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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: January 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
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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It j VOLUME 27-NUMBER 26 STUART. MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA, THURSDAY. JANUARY 2. 1964 3 SECTIONS-20 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS .1.1j j t


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I I Being Sought 40,000 Acres For Citrus Cattle


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The following news rcleise" I was

E, i'F made available to I the Stout Newsat i Could Up Land Values $20,000,000

l { J II I .1.m. today, Jan -
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"In in informal luncheon meet- .
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recently members. the Martin "'. \, toI' ,

I Memorial Hospital' Hoard ot Trustee I vry t'I a New Plan

-, met with officerof. the medical 1" l
k.a staff to discuss the emergency I -
medical cure lit the hospital. .! I ,

4sI I "l he ideal is to have a doctor \ E' a. t To

quickly available whenever he is ,; : Open

needed, night or d.ix at the emergency t-I, ,
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aV of Martin Memorial A'
suite'

1 ''' 'ii'X.J : I LUCKY UNTIL NOW Frank E Wood of Stuart right ac. the. past MirlmCoim- :t' at

News on Folks From The cepts from Martin Count TH\ ( .ollcctor Andy Andrew a tag: t\' doctors have hid a I voluntary"on ,"., Acreage j

numbered I 14. whose predecessors have ,ilwav proved lucky call" systuii, in which each
J "Never more than scratched tender to Wood '1 his doctor agreed to make. himself I
a according
available, for twenty -tour hems to Bv KV\ MiCLLKh:
[ Rambling r year Wood's luck seems to have deserted! him: the tag cost more.It's treat any patient brought to the (5 '
j Irrigation and drainage plans are
hospital room 1. h e jI
I I II emergency I 'T on the drawing "board to reclaim
{ Time To Get Your New Car TagsIf present emergency rO'l111lel11 at
about'' 1 40.000 acres of lund for
Reporter the hospital i is identical with the jI
!I citrus and cattle production! i n
vast majority of the hospitals, of I I
u % ; "south central Martin County, This 1Siiiurt
You Can Figure Out What To PayBy comparable sue in I the United News learned. this wee'4

IT \L CAM TO HRMS States A continually increasing .
I FOR REPRESENTATION: : load of patient care-most of it a 1\1t' I he 1 land i is bounded on the
BUNNY: :\/ ABBOT1 Don t blame Andrews, this state-. falls doctors \ north b\. State Road 76; on the
IN 'HI llblll: [UII ION' I at night-now upon nine '
imposed confusion I is none of his who f' east by the Sunshine State Paik-
must carry on their pri-
J The next few represent our The annual license pilgrim doing He just happens to be on vate practice in addition"It ; way;, on Iho west by the Seaboard \'
the courthouse office of
to
I last chance: to be in : age the receiving end, I was deckled thaI the best \ I Air Line Railroad and on the
Martin County Tax Collector Al ,
J the Fiftieth Anniversary Edition No doubt you can guess what' for the hirea ", J. !south hv the Pahu-Bcach-Marlin
answer is hospital lo ,
vin N. (Andy) Andrews begins toaantewBaesala.aivuawr 'J.'l Y'
News, scheduled for "
of The Stuart "
cuuntielinc.,
the first is?
i t change You arc right; house' physician, whose primary' ", '
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\ publication on Thursday, Jan. 9 u#w. your tags will cost you more. I duty will be to care for night).time I" ." "'J \ v A similar number of acres! in I
.T"
All business firms are reminded \ : would "
But be able to'' He will ./ ;\ north Palm Beach County ;
cases
LICENSE TAG I INFORM VI ION you'll never emergency probably : /<' "
final deadline for ot a
that receipt "IT also he made usable for citrus iinJ
guess what the other change is' I be selected I by the private doctorsof ,; ,
I for thin edition is noon next(
cattle
copy You unless you've been informed al the community, who use the ." :
:
I Tuesday Please call AT 7-15V) Old Now pay for ready i hospital facilities nml compose its t t A map of the urea will be found

I and ask for our ad department if annual up. 13 sins. The State of Florida, bless its medical staff The hiring of ahou..e h "''. ".1 ,f, ,w on Page! 2-A of this ivsue.Reclaiming .
)CHI wantreprexntation. Nextweek'lpaper Claw rate to ('64-70)) I i doctor for R t "'; j of the swamp and
will he the largest ever produced heart wants to make things easier decided emergency duty .Yr-". ) "........,.MI'Aw".I: rwt'9w' '.. scrub land would bo one of the
The Stuart News, filled D 510,50() $13.00 $14.04 for whom Why, tor the State 01 was upon even though it\
s by Florida naturally, You didn't expect I will aggravate the hospital's increasingly MISS, MVKIIN MIMORUL IIOM'II. of I9(>4. mid a potential Miss, Amcnca of I'm Is Kelly largest, and probably most important
vith fascinating stories and picture! Plain 1550 :2050 22.17 land
n of tho history of this section. Place W :2050! ) 2800)() 1029( it would be for you, did you? i critical l financial prob Ann I'uirJolh of Cioklcn dale, horn Wcdnesdiiy, Jin I, litI\ ins kelly Ann, shown hero with her in the history agricultural of the programs, und
; You the state's fiscal Memorial hospital mother, Mrs, James fuircloth, and her Mrs 'lli-lcn will county
your orders now for extra to be WW 2550 3550() 3H42 sec year nurse >> Bioberg receive IHIIIICTOUS bnUuliy could eventually increase the value
\ S, at runs from July I through June 30.) is one of only two hospitals; in the merchants. She has sitter, Paula fourteen months.
mailed anywhere in the U. R or A 550 1050: II .33 presents rout county one Fay aged of land in that area somethingin .
entire state of its! sire and type,
so the kindly souls at Tallahassee
21)() cents per copy (mtrcycic ) of $20,000,000( ( ) ( ),
but --- - -- -- excess:
decided that they would make the relying not upon taxes upon
MH 1050 15.50 1675hse
The irrlgution and
AIIKM. : RHIFARSAU: ( trlrs) \ automobile from license I plate year June also 10.) private donations costs as to well meet as new monthlyoperating construction I Cull for the excavation drainage of a canal plans,
run July through
Q 5.50() 8.00 8.61 1963/ Will Be Remembered As Year called Martin County Cunal 5,
JOIN !MIOW CASEI (cars 20 yr. old) To do it m one fell swoop would expenses along the south line
'('ontllclhave already been county from
be much too simple. There woukl
1 Auditions for the sixth annual the (Rates on trucks went up pro- probably be too big a fuss overpaying made I by the hospital with two pros the vicinity of Pratt & Whitney
by I
Variety Martin County Show Association sponsored for Retarded portionately; due to so many both the higher rates and pective applicants The principal Of Planning For County's Future Rout! to of the the Loxahatchce River P'
just east
will he handle Parkway "
will be held to- weight variations, these rates for such an e.l4nd.perioll.! So duty to night time
Children, Work will khto be accelmtcJ
t
of are too numerous to list) they have worked it out to be emergency cases! at least t five night .,
night Jan. 2. in the cafetorium .. even simpler And this Is the, a week. The "on calf syitun The shape ol things to come n z During the weeks following' thC Utilities Company und prvpc-rjy; complete 4M"' Pratt A 'Wtyney
the Julian D. Parker Elementary solo, l III .1.11 IaaWlaNaeNMlerwday ... way Road ban: ) Stuto 7*. outfito
Road
they have done it. would continue with private doctors Stuart and Martin County wen purchase, several other large<< Ian d I owner Oft' SoI.b> Poina.ejgnj; | *

r School, beginning at 7. If you Jan 2, and. just 1 to relieve I Instead of causing confusion fora milking themselves! available indeed! taking(; shape in evcrythini g, acquisitions, In the same genera I on a plan to bring water acrfW >A Road 706 in ftfckftoiich,
have been thinking about joining the period of the next seven in case the hospital doctor needed Unit was said and done in thi I area indicated! the citrus ''OIlulllr)I the St. Lucia/ River to this point, County. Ifte .rr.tt..t' WhUney
of this fun say
the cast, and have not filled in an and monotony yearly months, so that residents, and otli- additional help For the usual county during 1963\ was Interested enough In MartinI / 1 I with" I the' promise; by Southern Road Is now under construction!
application, it i isn't too late. Cometo lIan1ethere are a couple of County and its cllmu'e! lo move Gulf that an auUmonal line hut at a slow pace Private capital
Innovations. Continued 2-A nilthl-time emergency/ rooii| cases !In the words, plans and deed I /I toHutehiryion.
the audition and contact Bob ( on Page ) : into scale I/ Island' rimy help accelerate the construe
private doctors would no longer of officials/ in all walks of county the area on a big would I be I
Battcmiann, Dick Campbell, Mrs i be called nor expected to respond life there wan an air of expectancy I Secondly, tho Southern Gulf planned I I'I lion; of the roucl.

Barbara Britton, Mrs. Dorothy "It would greatly ease the train that foretold! the future of the ---- -- The $3:0,000)( ) cost to brmu' wuer A large dims processing plantIs
Coutant or J Mrs, Laura Stuckey. I Building Hit $7,000,000 MarkIn on the emergency department if area in a marked degree./ to Scwalls'I Point, will, be borne I also included In the plans for
They will !see that you are audi I the new agricultural area Whither
would -
the public co-operate by by Southern Gulf and
In short, the hopes for growth LeMoyne Roll property
tioned for the show. the plant will be located t in
bringing only true emergency casesto OWIH.TS! Southern Gulf will
hut have characterized! ho I area put
h Martin County During 1963Building the hospital" $114 I ,(000( ( and Marlin County or Palm Death
over the years grew bigger and un property owners
will be deckled
County after the
The release came seven days Will 206,000.( ( ).
HIGH; SCHOOL PTA MEET: bigger in 1963, and with !1964 I Direct land reclamation / In
POSTPONED: FOR OPENING in Martin County dur 'Tuggle. manager of the town. after an incident m w h I c h apr "here and now" many more appear Lute in 1963. the Bureau: 0 f plum and a study made.project The plant com.

1963 all-time The number of permits issued i i son e r at Martin CountyJail ready to be rculi/ed. Economics and Business Research will ,
Martin County High I School ing reached an high probiiMy be located on lund
died. Dec. 26 en route to MCHS\ BandLeMuyns
for residences during 1963 throughout released Martin
As Sluurt businessman a startling retort
Parent Teacher Association meeting 960 permits exceeding $7,000- Martin Memorial Ho pilili. one speculated along tho Seaboard Air Line Rail-
the entire 337 for County was tho fourth
scheduled! to be held Tuesday, county was : CI&-\le"'aNW- road for accessibility! to markets.
000 for the first time. John Archbell, seventy-six, of
total value of than $4- in the
more ing slate
Jan 7, has been cancelled due to a ndiantown. died in the jailer'i Ma- 'For' years we have lived herein E Roll, twtniy-oiu, county (thirty-one There was no report on who
The unincorporated part of 000,000() for duplexes, thirteen week), and
; persons a an announcement
the opening of the new high i lion while taken to more or less peace and quiet, Marlin County High School's new will construct the' ,
school on or about Jan. 17 The Martin County led the way with and for rental units, seven. the hospital wagon being but there are several things in chI hand director! assumes his duties by area (hambers of Commerce A check of ': rt.tihe courthouse .

next meeting will be held at the 767 permits totaling 5305.112, The largest single permit was i Deputy Morgan I., Sprott re- wind that bode an end to our re- at the local school today, Jan 2 that year-ronnd housing, shows tracts of land in tho
new building, at a date to be announced topping the 1962 figures of 552 the one for the new Martin Coun : axed! little fishing village. These lie I is a recent graduate of lorlilu was becoming a premium in the urea are owned by M. O. Phlpp;
.
ty High School $693,509; that (Continued on Page 5-A) county More people, said the romactuin
later.IWNMNGFR. for things are more evident now than Stale University, Inc. Palm Beach ;
$4,101,016.The I II
permits for a manufacturing building for ever before. We should seriouslyprepare I I I chambers. moving into the area irowurd National Bank, Fort

tr! City of Stuart was off froma Grumman Aircraft Engineering I hospital I I Announces : for the changes that are and remaining all year I Lauderdale; Nine lent, Inc., with"

:: : SPOKE: TOJUKSONVILLt record IV62, due largely to the Corporation at Witham Field was now inevitable" I from the statistics on the projected I Stuart address; Robert M Har-

: / CLUBS I fact that there was no 1963 equiv- in the amount of $250,000.( ; Port Personnel ChangesMartin I Although the prediction of a population increase: in Marlin I riiis, fort Pierce; P. I., Built Stuart .

Edwin A. Mcnmngcr, Stuart's alent of the $1,045,000 permit is- Salerno Elementary School permit Memorial has budding and population. explosion County the Slalo Road Department ; If Osmun Jr. Miami Beach;
was for $106000) and that for Hospital the Martin .
tree man was in Jacksonville has indeed! "muile the rounds" County Commission E: I L. Middle-ton. Palm Bench; J.
flowering lima
sued In 1962 for Martin Memorial additions at Carver Gardens announced that Mrs Margaret(
and the Sluiirt Commission W. Peck Jr Palm
Tuesday addressing a joint mind the chances of : : City Beach, and
again uctu-
an : :
commit- Hospital e ten ion. The city School, $91.000.) Binder, registered record librar- look u closer, and ncccs- others
meeting of horticultural circles of Garden inspector in 1963 issued I 160(() permits A $30.000 permit was issued! ,I tan will begin her duties in the I al explosion were more evident wry, look at traffic problems and I When questioned, Frederick
of the 139 lit the end of lWJ than he-
tees ever
for a total of $537.075 In for office at hospital record library on Jan. 2.
a post additional
in the
highways !tell, Martin
county.U County engineer,
The subject was con.
Clubs in that city. Indlantown'l Also added to the staff is Carl fore
Trees that Survive 1962, 183 permits totaled $2,450- and one for $25,000 S. I construction through firmed the project. He said right-
Flowering 037. Sound Post Office. Slrandberg as business I Firstly, during 1 1961 the Minute
down to 29( Degrees manager Stuart was hurried, and plant for of-way for the canal I and drainage
Temperatures Scwalls Point issued nineteen More than $500,000 in permits Mrs Ruth Crccnwuy has resigned Maid Corporation purchased! 5,000( beautification
of the
." illustrated with kod- I Hi t retch t program will he acquired: as !soon
It was !
Mr. Mcnnmgcr permits during 1962, for a total was issued for commercial and as office manager and Mrs acres of land for $1 I,500XX in the through Stuart were studied. The us possible Federal funds through I
achrome slides.illustrated talk Wednesday value of $153,234; and Jupitci farming buildings; additions of I Gladys McCathcrn as director! ofnursing ndiantown area and planted 460(,* City ('"n1fniiun'IIJ to make the I loud Control District will besought

also gave the an Stuart Club' Island issued fourteen permits for I all kinds accounted for more service. Mrs. Ha/el Look- (1100) lemon, trees 'I he purchase U S, I in the city limits a "great to
at at Rotary Sunrise Inn. $1,050,000 according to an estimate than $]IIOOO) ; and swimming ado is acting as director of nursing i upped Minute Maid! holdings from white way" with overhead vapor "The irrigation-drainage project
'
The weekly subject)meeting was "Fantastic Trees." by Rear Admiral Richard> pools added! up to a cool $61,11)0.1( ) service. 3,100( acres to 8,100( ( acres ( lighting. along with the construction of

He goes to Cocoa on Jan 29 to _,,_ ....- ..1,' ,. .a...., -arvu.aw -.- swea M...r .Mlwowaasrw ,fo lecture on flowering trees in con- Boulevard and other city streets : mean that whole section of Mar.

nection with a one-day h o r t was scheduled by the City Commission I tin County will accelerate. A hard

course for Brevard County nurserymen r-S --Brings'S ads Sails'Tourist and surveying got under I surface road will encourage em.
being !staged by the county of way i planes of the Pratt & Whitney Air

agents in that county. (Continued! on J Page 2-A) craft plant to purchase; homes in

..., Martin County since they will have

IX) yOU CHRIS HIVE I MAS$35 SPIRIT WORTHOF fishermen and home A rainy blowing start of the I I sails is actually modest Split between I ered These! inventive guides are i I>| New eMOYM.MCII1) Haul: E. R(11.L Director I County FundsRedistributed easy will be access, of necessity to their considerable jobi. There

folks. too, had a banner weekend week cast doubt over fishing in the \ several fishermen it becomesa I constantly on the lookout for Innovations I I development in the area," Bell I

It wasn't all a merry Christmas Saturday and Sunday-just before I coming weekend period. If the real bargain. that will put more spin. I II A native of Freedom, Pa. wherehe I said.IkII

for George H Rex. On Christmas the weather turned to ram and weather clears up. it is practicallya I Sailfish are never really scarcein die-bills, on the line. I attended school through eighth: I also discussed' the develop.

Day he was attendant at Anchor squulh. certainty that the fish will be this part of Florida. It's an unusual I Catching one requires, no special I II /grade, he came lo Honda in I 1955 ment of a drainage plan for this

Service Station on U S. 1 ind during Another bluefish invasion, not i I there-including sailfish and big day when you don't raise skills on the part of the angler : when his father became a test entire county Under the plun, the
the day he about $35 too mackerel offshore. I Canaveral, and! The' annual redistribution of county will be divided into drainage
gave quite so heavy as that which occurred king I one or two regardless of the season A first. timer willing. to follow instructions engineer at Cape'
much to someone or various ones, I last winter, hit the rivers This is the heart of "Sailfish I A successful charter craft will implicity has a better was graduated from Cocoa High county funds from the First National basins Each basin will bo

while making change. Rex who is Friday. Alley" and the finest lailfishmg I I bring 2X( tails to boat in the course chance than an expert who won't. I School. Bank to other county banks served by a system of canals as

a preacher and in his 70s( !, reports First. indication of a heavy con- is chalked up from the end of December of a year. This isn't a bad average local males and captains are past At FSU he was a \member of was made" by the County Commission suggested previously by the Martin

(Continued on Page 2-A) centration of blues came when through January and feb- considering the dry spells, days masters at coaching their patrons I the Marching Chief and the symphonic at a special. ten-minute meet County Water Conservation) Committee

Captain Curt Schroeder cast out ruary. If you're here vacationing I when the weather or lack of fares Their calm, patient instructionscan orchestra and interned ing Monday.A and Flood Control District.
from Sunrise I Inn dock Friday aft- i now is the time to arrange that I keeps them in port, and the trips take you all the way from under Geff Bradford, director of A total of $117.858.29 will go As the overall plan for drain.

Tale Twisting L LBy ernoon. In the next couple of I charter trip. Anyone who wants 'I when customer prefer to go for I strike to that satisfying! Augusta Ran Junior High School .the 29 to Indiuntown the Jensen Bank Beach; $117K5H Bank,- (Continued on Page 2-A)

i hours Sunrise guests caught around to can catch a sailfish off St. Lu- I other species. when the mate bills your lh'l' at Tallahassee.' Bradford Wo a ,
and
I JACK JAMES I I 100 blues casting from the dock. I cie Inlet-and that includes kids, I During those magic days when and releases it student of Frank UxJwick. a former $102.85829 of Stuart. A to similar the PeoplesBank Lilt W..k' WeatherTamp'tur.

""* The blues moved up into the ladies, people who have never weta I I schools of sails are "balling" the The boats furnish proper tad MCHS band director. Roll m a I will amount Uliit Low Rainfall
hi the tint
remain National
TUB FLYING COWBOY' Indian River Saturday and Sunday line before. They're doing it bait, boots that concentrate 0 n !Bait. and ice also are member of Phi Mu Alpha| professional Bank. twc, JI. as at 'e.

Uncle Dave says his 1963 reso- Large catches were made daily I I them may handle a dozen, twen- I I Fishermen should honorary music fraternity tire. "r .. an "I 1 ...mti.c "

lution Will to double his proWciJ" from the Indian River bridge and We're listed\ by the International ty, even fifty in one hectic session !i own food and beverages.' : inclUded'1 He has played in the ROM! ...,. 21 a. ....,. III/9 41 IN ,,viiv. uaIs.

tion, but now at its approaches on both days. I I Game Fish Association as the headquarters of fishing! (Schooling and bait- etiquette to invite the crew Bowl Parade in Pasudetio. Calif.. I Hospital I I Drive Nets I .,. 7: :; : it 49 :,n;r
the end of the Meanwhile big schools of Spanish for some of the world's herding usually occurs during calm I them and lo tip the mate at the and Lion International Parade' in tee mac, At p U 1 x.h"e .

year he finds mackerel arrived on the coast I finest sport fishing bouts. Our captains weather in December or January end of the trip.Winter New York City. I Another $11,800 ala:It ". H t Ht ate
:
the only thing south of St. Lucie Inlet and the and mates are the best In the Most of it happens off Stuart. But I visitors, residents fish Roll is married t" the former Jan,, week tiltAv"aas .
u.mp.ratah. .5TILJER
tor
that has been boats going after them resembled business-and sailfish are their you can't count on M.) It ism i 't at all : ing the peak season and the sailfish Billie Jo McVuy, whom he met I A further donation; of $11,800 ;

.i doubled to his an invasion armada Sixty boat specialty unusual for a party of average fishermen I tournament combine to keep at FSU. The Rolls have one daughter by Mr and Mrs. Robert F Brownof A'I'rZtt Low Wat
tax bill Come were counted Sunday morning, The combination of sails I in to connect with seven or popular boats booked well in advance. Theresa, five months old. Port Sewall to Martin Memor. Lc.;C'1J1I .rl.f"f :.t:.'P :"

to see our free their occupants trolling through or abundance offshore plus the large eight during a day' charter. I Wise fishermen make reservations The new director told! The News lab Hospital building fund drive .r.... I .. .Ie] ,.< tall a45 4,15: ,

rodeo at 2:30 casting into the big schools of number of capable guides to take The Stuart Sailfish Fleet skipper beforehand. Tuesday that he is looking forwardto was announced Friday by ."iktndMerrell Jana.: ::1t: 11:11: u; : ion

p.m., Sunday, mackerel. Some fishermen preferred you makes mtd-winter sails one practically! invented lailfishmg. I i But don't, hefI ate. It sailfish art working with the MCHS band drive chairman. Jin. J I// II'f ii riI
Jan. 5, 1964 at the James Ranch to anchor and chalked up of the surest beta in fishing Considering It Will here that outrigger your ambition, now'i the time U and believes that, with the help of I This bring the Browns'. total tal-.SK. :: i l:"It in:' is.

(P.S. My resolution! U to go to big! catches of Spanish on iptnning what you get the cost of were popularized and the art of the 'I get one:; especially/ one from the the community, he can keep it up donations to $29,000 Merrell 1.... A ". 107: I:U I:H Iae:

Church on Sunday) tackle. an all-day Gulf Stream trip tot drop-back for bilUub Wit cIi.IawAll. World' Sailfiah) Capital. to its present high/ standard. added. I Iu ....u. ... ate loss ..*. M sea i..




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J-A THE STUART (Fla,) NEWS Thursday, January 2, 1964 !MORE ABOUT the construction of the new Martin end of the \eir *,..1 in! ,ncare, :n+
., County High School on In- scheduled for Kbru.ir.
t diantown Road By the end of the The Martin Count i "i It ir
!MORE ABOUT definite goal of achievement; he 1963 A Year
lI IeI1. year the $800,000 buiMIt* was Country Club bcc.ur <. .,m ei,. htan
New Plan The engineer also said a long- I"7Mt\? virtually oomplete. Students expect holer on Sept 7. md M<' i ,,, rand
range plan for road development. Of Planning : to move into tile school I in local golf ent'i u" st, ,'u''
the s' r w mid-January. for rejotemg Ihe. lint t tl"wCI ui
in county is being worked out r ne.y s 'stir I ,
To Open whereby all county roads will he / I The board also asked for bids lion was held at Stuui. ..i 111'1 10'1 :.ac
under a sufficiency rating' which i (Continued from Page I) I II on the new addition to Carver sponsorship ot Jack ,:in\I B.,rt> uGritr :
will determine the need, improve tI I' With the fast-expanding citrus Gardens Junior and Senior High I The Stuart 'iutlh, lul,
Acreage ment and construction; of roads. industry in Martin County, the' School at Port Salerno. The !bids I held its annual sailfish, IOlirnJmcnl
the amount of It was one ol its mo,i 'u. "tillI
A sufficient rating Is based on I Slat Road Department announcI I were beyond money I
(Continued from Page I) the number of vehicles; that usea f isNster I, ed it would pave an additional I budgeted Revisions were made I In 1961 there were unpl.! .l,dn'I '-
given road. The stale will base 1' T s'1 asr I tin miles of Martin Grade Road; I and bidding set for January. I newel .as in every other ,,'ir On
age ii developed, private drainage the allocation of l secondary road I t pave twelve miles I of AllapattahKoiid The school expected to he com Jaji 23, the Florid Iisi < ,',isi
duchey(I,( within each husin will supplcment funds on this rating I I II from. the C_21 Canal: to Intluinlown pleted in the latter part of 1964 Railroads non-operating pcrsi
the master canal I plan A ; pave the Glades Cut-i During the year the new Port I nil! went on strike I tying up fail;
program of construction of drain A Piper Cub: airplane was re- I I off Road to make western Martin Salerno! Elementary School was I road pawengcr, freight and r'prc"+
age; ditches will he established and cently purchased with 4,673 book + ,r Mnnnlt County easily accessible to Fort I opened for clan**. ; service. later in the veif freight
hawed on immediate* as well at of trading stamps and delivered Pierce markets, and construct the There were eleUkxit in I%3. 1 service was reuimcJ but the >ti.,ik.
long-range needs Bill said to a Gainesville minister He will much needed, and delayed, |niliantown Three school trustees/ were chuwi: is still in effect.
Every time 15 cent1 1 1\ Kpent use! it for trips Into Mexico remote ,,' :! J '! Bridge Earl D. Ricou, Albert WalJ. rand I' In mi"-.cptcmher. the count
.in drainage it will go toward a villages. j In another big road project the George B, Oshorn' Jr. The look to the! air to control a savape/
act ra yy SRI and St. lucie County: IIsree..1. City of Stuart had a comnuww>ner mosquito outbreak as the liltlvarmits ,-
on a fi:lanung plan to complete I election Re-cltUed!; were William swarmed over the! an,"
AA) from the vicinity of the Martin I P. Todd and Arthur f. Sims. Also in the worst t outbreak in years
FRANCES LANCFCPD'S) < 1ts'i r s County line to fort Pierce a elected! was Jack M Hartman I On/ Oct. 24 !Humane Cnnm
; eui r.rt project that has been long await a former mayor The commission i reeked havoc on Cuba then movtitup ,
ed by both Martin and St. I Lucie then elected Kay Cooke; to serve the Florida Fist boast 1 where
counties.To as mayor. she stalked Stuart for three' day
RIGGfR- make'" the beaches more accessible -I When the elections were over finny finally shook her turbulci i
'" OU PESTAtlLPANl to the public, tolls from I the County Commission voted to head and moved northward into
its district the Atlantic
all the river bridges were removedby change commissioner
boundaries and voting precinct; Today, Jan 2, 1964 j is not .1 i
the Commission |
LUNCHES Monday thru Friday 12 TIL 2 P.M. County during than
the year The commission also 1 boundaries It added three great deal different as a day
jubilantly announced in December precincts loiter, the school hoar! Jan 2, 1961 But before! Martin
DINNERS 7 Day a Week S TO 10 P.VI. w money is available to complete I changed its hoard member districts Countians usher in 1965 they mav

'.C, .,,...,a? Ihe draw spun for the Indian River to conform with the county have been caught up in their greatest !-
For Reservations Phone 287-4040 tV.rt Bridge at Jensen Beach, and show commissioner districts whirl of development anti t

., ed the !public the engineers draw In Stuart forty units comprising change It may never he the sam
*. Where the Stars Meet I ". ,r ing for the new and final spun / Phase I ot Sluirt Housing Au- again.
: /
.. I ors of the bridge thontvs low-rent..d project in Lit. ---
"1 I %' t' 4 wHn r nun : wl tie Dixie I was completed and occupied With all of Europe turning i to
H the ,
-- -------- t r' Sensing coming changes I \. Work on Phase 2. the addition : 1 outdoor sports American recreation ,-
tlf' r" 'r I "'' : .f w the Army Corps of Engineers announced -
,
l a of thirty more un I t is in I equipment I is becoming more
..... .... it was ready to proceed : Woodlawn Park unit little Dixie popular in sales on the continent
with plan for the
improvement i
I Ihe and in HrilnnOIHCI.
were nearing completion al.I :
shows with lines, an of St. Lucie Inlet which would _
PI.AN DRAINAGE: AND IRRICA1 ION-The above map generally diagonal --- ---- -
I approximate 40MX)() acres of hind in south cental Martin County that: will soon he drained and irrigated make the north end of Jupiter Island .
of the recreation
finest
cunal ; the l-oxuhitchce River J'ruu-Whilney Road. the land reclamation one
by a running westward from to areas in florida. BOX 0 ES 630IEATURE1IMF
project will mik the area uiahle for citrus and cattle production With the of St
improvement II I II ''I 700
---- Lucie Inlet and the creation of j
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----- ------ -- -------- a
..., spoils area on Long Island, the l ./ Continuous IIS: Sal, Sun.
*r' asarin ABOUT -
The evening i und part-time eaar}} /sesete II I II' I MOM:
County Commission always anxious
schools in the U. S. have an en MORE ABOUT I Wednesday thru Saturday
lands
to keep public public.
!
2 rollmcnt,:225,000 in normal years of about It's Time to Get forwarded Inland a reejucst District to the Florida ft o scrcors: mightiest excitements co on the rane!
Navigation asking -
-- ---- ---- RamblingContinued
..0.M... Your License that the spoils areas he deeded to
"a,. a, WORLD'S Tag the county for recreation purposes Rtbtti
( Prom Page 1-A) But FIND, in a surprise MIlchLll1r

In1..111 W 1 Mil LARGEST nmiuw (lows aWhe "< ....... (Continued from Page I) said spoils no area but to it the would hlatement'l y, Elsa Matld cl I Iy

Colt has made up the difference He en also qualified to he fleeced.. around $200.000). The county protested -
GOURMETBUFFET IT,,,uaaa Hofcwt M JokniMMiiwcriiwrtiif appeals to the receiver of the might purchase tags this year vigorously, and at years end I JaCk Ratkhs
AT asas money to return it. from June I through June 30, so it appeared there would be many I
.44 that the fiscal year and the tag I words, both written and oral before 1

1963 W\S A WASIIOUT year would thereafter conform, the matter was settled I,
SUNDAY! 6 TO 8 P.M. I'RFCIPI.: fA'I ION-\\..,.*: the eggheads came up with this I There were other promises for
one. recreation The General Development
Dec II, the wettest I
Tuesday was
Between now and Feb. 20 1964. Corporation offered) to give
For retwritlotii, otH .f diilng December the
day in twenly-
ye you must buy a tag which expires five to ten acres of land at North I Screenplay by ROBERT I and MARGUERITE ROBERTS Directed by PHIL KARLSON i;R1:1 a
room ho.t.... Helen, it fill I t tDa eight-year history which of official started wea-in on Jan 31 I. 1965. You pay at the Fork Bridge for recreational development a SEVEN ARTS PRODUCTION TECHNICOLOR9 Presented by WARNER BROS LLJP
JIOw.rd U064 Atlantic 7MOOW@k 0(1VISIT ther.rCordinli.; I new jumbo price, and save nothing WilliAM FAOIMh"Sunday.
Stuart ill 1935. by
precipitation
Tuesdays 1
by taking it for thirteen The County Commission also I
was 450 inches, compared months. because thirteen asked the state for approval of
you pay a Monday Tuesday
with of 3.35 ,
the
previous high
OUR FOUNTAIN twelfths of the new annual rate recreation area north of the mouthof
,.r Your Fnoritt Drink inches in December, 1949. The! Neither do the lucie Canal
you save anything (except ,, St on Lake
lriN WC eMVB: LUNCH total rainfall for December 196J fractional interest on a savings Okeechobee and the continued WHEELER DEAlRMErrS! Ss I 11)06( inches, was way above the account) by waiting until Feb. development of Jensen Savannas
inches. l MlN.G AM0111R&N2l& RPBR10lry. 1"0RCK'GER
STUART DRUG CORP. average for the month 2.23 20 to buy your Ug because the The federal government paid a i'o'\ "" :
... L"'H. li I.r Dlnt AT NOU In fact it was above the average price I it the same then as it is today visit to the county looked Phipps' .' ,
a10aa)
of 9.IV inches for September,
Park, liked what it saw and old \
0. U. 3 1 tftvem.. Stuart and Fort Pierce -- month I
------- -- --- ----" normally our wettest the the should .
he further
---- ----- Now that i isn t too difficult to county park -
ALL understand, is it? No? Then rend developed 0, '
SIGNS: POINTING:
-
Slid the business
HEAR! MAJOR EDGAR BUNDY 10 BUSIESt MASON:\ on.Next year. 1965 you wl\n't haveto "It appears to me we prognosticator had better: I wwmr( CI.

Florida busiest tourist season, buy a tag between Jan 2 and look forward to sudden expansion .r
an annual prediction apparently Feb 20( but between Fcb I and The winds are blowing more 1
Outstanding and nationally known anti-communist will occur in the next three months March 20; in 1966, between March strongly in our direction; and plans .n
"for sure" Airline bookings and I and April 20; in 1967, between are brewing I think our coastal :
auto travel are both up phenomcnally April I and May 20; in 1 968, he. area will finally become a fun ,,
speaker.Major tween May I and June 20; in town rather than a n industrial
-f 1969, between June I and July town. With our fishing reputation Coming Soon
WLl0I.EAGUE: INSTALLS:\ :20, and in 1970 if you live and already ettabli ihed fun In the
Bundy will speak at the Southern Methodist Churches on ON:\ SAIUROAV, JAN. II remain sane that long, between sun will blossom out all over The L' P
The Isaac Walton League annual July I and Aug 20 Gold Coast t has got to move north.
SUNDAY JANUARY 5. banquet and installation din Now, what could he iimplu Why, one of these; days we might Walt D1sney,,..,,.
ner will he held Saturday Jan. I 11 I Iat than that We cm think of many get the college students, whetherwe WAITDISNETS r
the Yacht Club I Restaurant things that could he easier, but want them or not; I. I
Port 5.llerno. at 7:30: ) p.m. William none that could he simpler If this forecast brought chills tM "
11 a.m. at the Osceola Street Southern Methodist H. Mellor president of lee County But cheer up. By the middle of and fever to some residents, it : A
Conservation Association will 1970 till this muddle will have would not bring chills to business &Stone : -n
he the guest speaker. His topic been cleared up and well have Business would! have to increase TECHNICOLORI ''fll-

Church in Stuart, Fla. will be a presentation of court a brand new muddle. The year 1963 was a good year e-,"" TECHNICOt. .wrlraninwws, ,I.... ............
caws which have been circulated I t By 1970 the Tallahassee boys for county business Sales were
by his association on the subject will probably have come up with up over 1962 and building both
3 at the Stuart Youth Center of submerged land sales by the something on the ling;) of the operators business and residential, was evident
p.m. Internal Improvement Fund Trustees license fiisco It may run everywhere
Those seeking reservations like this: If your license tai his New buildings recently com: I BOX OFFICE OPFNS 6:00:
Special Service Sponsored by the cull In Fdwards 700()( Riverside im even number, you renew it for plued or under construction included tllart 1'IVC"in
Drive l 287-262H by Tuesday two years on the third Tuesday : Web Ordway Ford, Tri- n .i.nmnru, .,iii-m!! IFVIURI TIME: 7:00:
Harold Johns American Legion Post Jan 7.Carver. after Epiphany. If it has an odd County Gas, Sidlers Colorado

number, you renew it on the fourth Avenue Building, a livestock build Wednesday Thursday
Gardens Bids Sunday in Advent (if you can finda ing at the fairground; IndiantownPost ,
7:30: p.m. at the Salerno Southern Methodist Church. tax collectors office open). Un- Office Hobe Sound Post Office kNHUI errs
To be Opened FridayBids less you were horn in a 1 cap Year. Krueger Shopping Center on PAUL' A
in which case you buy your tags East 1 Ocean Boulevard: Stuart I
Located Fifth Street Port Salerno.
on in on an audition at Carver on Fcb 29 and are stopped by Tackle and Marine plus consid- NEWMAN NEW
Gardens School will be opened haw enforcement officers all over erable remodeling, The Rodeo
Everyone is invited by the Martin County School I the country during the intervening Bowl added 3,500 seats New subdivisions KIND
Board at 10 a.m. on Friday, yean were planned and several JOANNE

_________ __ o '__ __ _.0-_ .___ ___n__ ___ _. ______. __________ ____ ___ __ ._-Jan.-3. --- .served notice of expansion x OF LOWEJMHHraim
13 Fatality -free phnsIn WOODWAR "
I the unincorporated part of muma"
Says Police ChiefA Martin County building permitsin
1963 exceeded the record break !!1HfiMAlIII1IIVAGMDR.! / _
1963 free from fatal traffic ing permits of 1962 by almost a I ..ar.ailWpWlrillrs..wsaamparwaat/ /
accidents inthe City of Stuart million dollars. The over-all total -ALSO-

was announced with a sigh of relief .1 for the county was about one mil. .. ..,.,.,"'0........Murssur Mffr......"....."tfffvttvt,
and gratitude by Police Chief lion lower in 1963 than In 1962,
Jesse J. Taylor Wednesday morning most of which could be accountedfor ROCK HUDSON t DolUS DAY,toNY RANDALL >

it by the fact there were nqt nvMEDIE
t In thanking the public for Its city )'t'rmilIn 1963 comparable r .l9vEll. Gra1f B4c ("

i I co-operation m keeping the slate to the SI.OUOOO permit for Mar / '_.cocas- ti
plantation I clean Taylor pointed, out that tin Memorial Hospital, which opened ADAMS JACKOAKIE JACK KRUSCHEN
I there had been only two traffic In 1963, at .. N.irr
\ fatalities in Stuart in almost four Total assessed; value of Martin .. .... ........,........" .....,.,..
Eden\awn
I years. County property in 1963 was up
Open The List was on July 1 I. 1963. from 1962 by about seven million Friday Saturday Sunday
Is Now when a five-year-old colored boy dollars In 1962. the assessed value '
Room rode his bicycle under a car on was $137500000/ ( In 1963, it ITS TIME FOR ,
Dining South Dixie Highway. The one before was $144.f OOOOO.
Out 1964 Season that was on Feb. I I. I960 The school system was alto I
I For 'The when an elderly woman was killedin caught up in the flurry of expan- @'TnM I@Il Sb.@_
rsTd a car-train collision. sion and building and asked the

,30 ..'" 9:30 ndoysr'8 Daily t y Rudolf Diesel inventor of the state needs to of make Martin a County survey of for the the : The Screerfe Laughtime of'a Lifetime!

inneiron .m' Diesel engine was a Pans-born next five years.
"' \0 9:3Q: P 1 1Poc German The school board also! A1RONAl1UlUIIIHIIfI
pressed
5< Irol11:30: r.rn 111.06\6 + ; MtRVffl'
an" Phi """ ';; K I IL hi

1Cf4a/ ons Enjoy the Winter Season bbr' .jOriiin&HiN)' ( MOTTO Cmr' WARNER m.

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,r OBITUARIESMrs. ""It". .. if/It. : ff'to;.[.. I Employment: Rise Bodes Well For 1964 1 '11

, v .to .' ,.."" .. ... ,....",,!,,,,,,, ,,11' > I

ele t STiltaT ; f6t' TAII.AUASSEE-Steadily rtsing lion. 11 n d l business development compared: to 1,182.600. t,

IlIb Naomi Nellis Kitching Dies; .. 1'r employment during I*>M fnrC. ', milieu it forecast of t almost Iwo I The unemployment figures forth t'

and II i half million nonfarni workers year( also showed wall fur the
cast a "bright I 19M, pate; Industrial
u. Widow of Martin County Pioneer 1 CornmlMlon Chuirnuin Wor on the ;job 'in 1470( a pretty I future. Early year end etlmfks

I site assumption Some e"'pertNCo' put (Me average for 1963 nt afrproxinialclv >-
Icy Brown predicted todiv in ,i 1.1 total Horiili population of 107.44H) compared (toIH

.).1In M ln r I\I\Naomi Nellie Kitching, I I She is. survived by one sister, I II I I'' I a PtlAiCOMEJ* year end review, | clone to right million mil I hit .(IK) tar' 1 19/\1./\

In1 w\ a i resident ol 1 St Luclere ''Mrs, Otie M Campbell, and a d + Crown foresees almost' two and sluices the lIonlarm elJlplo)nwnll rot.il Florida unemployment( hit
1n
( scent. (dud in a nursing, homeon niece, Mrs. Naomi C' h l 11Bcord l SORRY WERE a half million nonfarm emnfccd' injures within reach," Drown said I II iI a thfee year monthly J low in October
a m e
WHO
Sun h\. Dec. 29. p ; L'J I I Ier month ot lli. 1 shottedyiin '' of .
B MAD I i ii } > 91100( ( Brown laid
01- in l 19711() in contrast lo l 1963'saverage
"bah of Spar!.",, Nev and
A native \Vellsville, Ohio, she ; OORRQAD I HOI SO ,1 o v i r the C\Jf'J'CIf'(1nllmll! I And since June the number t>f
" hid made! her home here since four cousins, Charles John and i ) of 1 UPS T of I 1409100. ,I month lor 11Ih| .. Brown reported. jobk.su has been consistently lower '
I
hIL' 1921 She was the widow of Com Harry Eidenier and Mrs I cone : i :, LIi .. ,,-4' The ste id\ year by year upward Anti! at the( sears( end' t WS1 hal1l I II t h n n for the corresponding l'

moilorc Stanley> Kitching.! a Stuart Miller IS ROUGH i g. I climb of Florid;,is' poptili. I Ian iinninil ,1\1'llijIC ol I.409. I month in WO
rioneer who preceded her in death Funeral I !services v. ill !be held : J t. ...... .. --. ."
in 1961. at St Mirys Episcopal Church I (=} I I : i. '

III"! She was a social and civic: leid l-ridiy. Jan 1 at I II I a.m.lith the J I
'. "1 t>>It ( .,if'"- 't ..
er of Stuart: a past president and I Rev W. R. Rowe rector of St. -

'.1 honorary) life member! of the Stu Mary's, officiating Friends may I --. "'wl. ..)-' I# i .f _,.,Ii ; THURS.-FRI./ E.: E5ii EL ELSATURDAY
art Woman'Iuh; and a member call from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday' .., t.zt"
,11'tl of the Stuart! iiarden Club and evening at Johns Funeral Chipei. .1't.w : ,, :. '" -
""
V.e St Mar>', tpiscopil Church of I Burial will he In Fern Hill Ccmetery ': ''' '" I

' Stu in.MRS. I II I ."'"" .>: a : '-":' t .. .. .. .

'. "..' 't' ...h ...S. .h. <<. "'A" ..' -If;,,: "" I

11 KIIIIR L. SIICIRS member of the Church of God in > ... .. ..,' .. .' ,. ".. ... :. .1. ... I

0a Mrs. Esther Lois Siegers, forty I Greenville. I THRU. Of 1IIF: SIGNS; apologiymg!! ( tar the unii,,condition of U.S. I through Stuart are shown DISCOUNT I5 r
!She j survived bv her husband STOKES
four. of is above' There such ," lIih..
ill South Alhiiny Ave. are eight signs in several locm "is long the highway! which is under construction
EMo Hester; two 'sons. Mark Eugene 1I..y. I
n nue, died i in Martin Memorial u _ ____
n Hospital on Sunday Dec 29, after and Thomas Edward! Hester; 'j
brief illness and one d.uiuhtcr! Rebecca I oitisc 1
y I I U.S. I
A native of Micro N. C.. she Hester, all of Stuart; five brothers Signs Mail Delivery ChangesGo STUART SHOPPING CENTER
III
,
Harold and Jack Land of Stuart
hid: lived in this area for the past
III' Lee Earl Jimmy and Ralph I Land
seventeen years. She was a memo Take Edge OffConstruction
ber of Firs. Methodist Church of of GreenvilK; two sisters Miss; Into
Slutrt Hazel Land, Columbia S. C., and Effect January 4The

(n Survivors are her husband Mrs, Beatrice Mathis of Greenville -

Frank Siegers. and one !son, Joe and her p ircnls. Mr and newly- "I.I iblished! r u r a I will be extended to serve the area NNi ; CAR and UTILITY MAT
Mrs. M. E land of
Ie Greenville.
Siegers both of Stuart her route No. 1 heeomes effective ,
: parents Funeral and burial will "We're sorry our road is rough" on in Sea Gad H.irbor at this time
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stan. service Sutirdiy Jan 4. Stuart Post, .
be in Greenville Johns Funeral (U S. I I. that is). "hut don't be 111 SO. '
cil five siterand two brothers mad we're darn mister Robert I L. \\cst .remind ( t.SM\PI
all of North Carolina Home in charge of local arrange. at us doing our p.1I rons. SQLJAlt OR ?

Tuner services were held in ments dist 10 smooth things out" At the time will IMUI: 1IITIa1wEx'rlx : ; ,VII .around safely' mill proleillve niul rnhumrs any
Value --
Such are the expressions of regret changes ------ -- ---
Johns Funeral Home Chapel on :MRS. ISIBIL B. IXWN sluing at motorists, along U. he made in ruril routes Nos I and ml t4 1'1111 i ir 4 <>i IIT in TIIMMMM : cur Ideal IIMI, for .11I'lIrn. bath utility riMim work-
Thursday Jan. 2 at II a,m. with 1. and service curb JIIIIIML 11114111', IS shop. litssorltd ('nliirs. I limited l ..
S I in Stuart in the form of eight city delivery I ItJ \ \ It I'4111 >l til I IS t IM >1I1 Qlmnlilhw
the Rev Walter Jessup. pastor of Mrs Isabel Barton Down, set ,signs. sale boxes will he c\lende\l .IIHimIS .
First Methodist Church officliting enty-five, a resident of f>()4 East III5SIryR1': >.. MIM ni s
The attractive and New rural route No 1 will !serve
apologetic ii \iini I.5'i J.
Burial was in Fern Hill Memorial Fifth Street died in Martin Memorial 1I1J.'INInllrr\ ,
signs are sponsored !by the Stuart Casa Terrace \V nj.ht s subdivision, I i
Cemetery hospital Wednesday, DL-C Club, Kiwanis Stuart I'I 1 Ircsskr Dnve, Se\ill Street. Mon "
Rotary Club ( I'fll.I.I".I.t i i n.
25 following brief illness A
a na Jaycees, Martin County Committee lerey bdivision. 1\t.'l1terev Road Ii .t'.ntnnt III'I'll'H i;
MRS I1MM:\ II \tire\ of Belllnghun: Mass. she I \ III IHtvlMI' "till
NORRIS froln Si Lucie I d ; :: ,
of 100 and Diekcrson. Pump ;
: dnipanyeast ,
had made her home here for the Nnllrn IH I icli MIn 111 t 'n, In,
Mrs Linda I Hough Norris, which sponsored three. One sign to LJ. SI I. south on U, S I I. and I. lit \Irian, nt that "utiln I lie
I ,,
past seven years. rn hi>r<'l if ri> nmli slut rnleroil
,
eighty-one, a resident of Loop She survived by her husband, needed a sponsor ut the last report serving Cord Gardens. Mobile In Ihll'' rrrMln.torn |,f i rtlnit Ii.
Road, Palm City, died in a Vero The signs were originated by I Home Gardens and unroll Street I lie Itt-tilt I'nrl if the Miuh' .111 I
Arthur L Down and one sister. I residents then dh'I,1 I t'Ii"'nil of I-tortds' In and fn
Beach Ed the : west Sderno
home Dec. Hillicy a member of on
nursing Saturday Mm .
tin 1'ounty I'Iarldn In t'hnn-
Miss Ernestine E. Holhrook. both .
28 after an extended illness Stuart Chamber advertising committee Road (Snake Road) or St 1.ueie my, wherein, Hnruit:: J. Sllllor I In -- -

A native of Brooklyn N. Y. she of Funeral Stuart. service was held I In They were painted by the Avenue. serving the section just f Iliilnlirr:!hdaflu.: I Iho all'|li-riilR-ncd t'ali; ||> Miller;an" Mps'talalssipr IN; l>*i

I'I. had lived in this area since 1956. City Sign Company and cost eat of Slue Road 76 and north In Imnrvry dMlunnul 10i

She was a member of Emma Fisl Johns Thursday Funeral at 2 p.n1.1 Home\ilh Chapel Rev Jack on $72,.10 ;ich. of Snake, Road to O'Rear residence i. .'"ilo iiilr And nail will I I''?anti ririwill lo I Ishlghaat ffir tar 2 CELL FLASHLIGHT

Roberts Chapter OES, of Brookl Fernandez, of Rio The signs are located near the returning by Salerno Road and I.i-iit hi,tiff fur rash at put lit

l I'n: the Amaranths; the Press i t Church,pastor officiating; the Bunul Baptist was north Stuart city limits, just east and serving hibiscus Park: Twin I'nm'tr I1IIIel'I'' .at,iiiirlh.u the. front In char II,. of City the nr

Club; the Writers Club of Brooklyn in Hillcrest 'of Frazier Bridge and near Web Rivers Mobile Park and Pomcianajinlins M1urt Mnrlln "county. 1'Isrlla. "nM

: the DAR; the Woman Cluh Fort Pierce. Memorial Gardens Ordway Ford in south Stu:irt. ( on U. S. I ; returning : "I'nilHV I 1181. II.r will 3Hth In day tl,* of iKKnl J.ruHr Iuurn> Mi-TAL: OR PLASTIC

of Stuart, the Rebckuhs; Stuart north to the post office on U. S 1 I. of Ante, via hoini>i-n th. hot,m of 1

Garden Club; Martin County His MRS. CLARA FLI7BrilI I City delivery service to curhsidc i I>.l,M\in., the o'rlork rnllowlnic.\i M, und dnnrrlbid too nrto prop rk Sturdy, nil |purpose utility flushllahMwild la )
!
torical Society, Martin Memorial lOGiRTY : Submerged LandIn boxes will be extended to residentsof fill v iltiimiIn' the Lointy if Star I powerfolllrd.K'urd beam.. ('oin-
Hospital Auxiliary; the Home !It. I Lucie Estates; those resident' Un Mete vt llorldn. to wit, '

Demonstration Club and! the First Mrs Clara Elizabeth Fogarty, living east of Flamingo Drive and Lull im < ',ral' clHrdi-nn .Pibllf' pure al 7'i_
Methodist t Church of Stuart seventy-one. a resident of 310 J Great PocketIs cast of Park Avenue, who are in vlHlnn, In; .IKK,; a pan of :th. N,:rtn

She is survived! by one niece, Indian' River Drive, Jensen Beach, the counts. will also receive city; lionil 6 .mill,No, ,liluC l f,: of wart Uli.!k of 2i> Hinir MllfHii Batteries Extra 1
Mrs Tom Lord of Palm City and died! in Martin Memorial Hospitalen delivery service to curbside boxes II nimn, IIrllhl. ui-corllnir I lo
following Sold by IIP lint ..t i oral (lard,'im. t>. "rl\l,..I
several grandnieces and grandne Wednesday Dec. 25 This service will he extended as "I'I I;lal I nonq H. IHITO. 21 Mxr _. _
:
phcws a lengthy illness. t tar east as the area just olf St. oiimy j : 1 lorlili' I ul.lln, it--- -- -

j Funeral services! were held in A native of Sandusky, Ohio, she Approximately three-quarters ol I.ucic Boulevard east of the Ho- rurdSIngrthnr

Johns Funeral Home Chapel! Mon hid made her home here for the one acre of submerged land in the dapp residence to the residences of Kith all ml "Inirilnr, the : MliN'S COLLAR STYUi

d.ly at 2 p.m, with.Rev..Euicst L. P-'U!' .t>.ty-luo years. She was ,a Great Pocket, east t of Port Salerno, (r. .Kemp N. Browning, C'. Gibson b I it,naonall'l,"Ianane-n I hrradilnmpnli tliri>into h.-1-,5 and- I 111/Ini|K'
' Frederick officiating Unity Chap member of St Joseph Catholic: was sold on Dec. 17 to Dick Hoi and J. RulUrfield ur: In 51,55, low npiiKilnlnlnit: : ; : null: '

ter OES No 37 of Stuart partici. Church of Stuart. land, as trustee by the Trusteesof The Broadway section Krucgc ulih| np, rly thn' brlnir ti'iirm mid of and In I nirm la aallHfy Inn.r, "

rated in the service. Burial was i She i> survived by her husband the Internal! Improvement Fund Parkway, and Krueger Shopping all ImrMWl. I 1 KNIT POLO SHIRTSIhne
William R of Jensen Center will be Included this F fTtltlT,
.
in Fernhill Memorial Fog irty for the State of Florida in cIty; / Hpnlal, Uaatrr In
Beach; one son. John R. DC Hart delivery extension These 8 r e 8 '
THOMAS of Westport, Conn. sister According to the deed, filed al will be in the !special delivery limits r.tm: ITEiIMIO' ? SWT| ,
RFNNHf: POWFLL ; one i .
: flue, wuslmlilo" .
I Martin rnvuul shirts In whit mil
courthouse amoHrdi
County I tail I coin
Mrs. Cathennfe Stevens of Jensen and special delivery mm I and'I titorni for ijulntlrf I
THom Renncr Powell, forty I, Beach and three grandchildren week the 74 of an acre sold for parcel post will he delivered to the tub.: 11'>.,., /til. if l 1911, G t "l<*". Ihry're cuhifi.rt lilac mid,' tailored for liiMlug, / ft.

\ five, of Palm City Road Stuart, A rosary was said In Johns Funeral $257.(,(). doors! -Jan- -. .1-. -t. H. UU
died at his home on Sunday morn' k.run'rnl.' u1xn111oYnh' *i'M<>.
l Home Chapel Thursday at 8 All residents reciving thus i service Sli
lag, Dec 29 Phha: IU UK Nrl Hf" oV
p.m. Funeral Mass was in St. Joseph must have their house! numbers nil' till' IV TIIM s'1't'h"M
He was a native of Garwood County Commission their i MllllllltF lust H>"H 411
Catholic Church Friday at prominently displayed on
r N J., and had lived in this III "l SI-IK: 411 ol/'bHnlu XIiim.1. .
area 9:30: a.m. Burial was in All Sints'Cemelery. Composing Jury ListThe property or their curbside mail box : .
I for the S.M.LCompare
past twenty ye in He was Jensen Beach so it cnn easily be !wen I by the -

F a veteran of the Army Air Forcer jury list for the sear will midi currier The number* can be "'nab. aa.lannru ASSMT5 w I t II

and saw service overseas during MRS. MARY McLEOD be made up /by the county commissioners obtained by calling the county engineer .I".r Lanka. and ewahIlnna
World War III or
II He was a member. WAI I.,ICE during the first week for residents living In the .011..11"11 prucraa, . . .. 1..SU.ff
.+:, of the Church VFW and the First Methodist Ktrs Mary McLeod Wallace a of January dlr.rt
of ablleStlanl
Lake Ronkon resident of North Federal High. Frank F Wacha announced this weekI.iich WilliaM r. Wheeler at City Hill ; nnA, Iuarantr.d!, TInSt1M 1 ,
1 lioim long Island N. Y. way Stuart stricken ill in her I. : commissioner" will submit for residents living in the city. nbrr bands. m.im, mil

t Mrs He Selma is survived M by his mother, home and taken to Martin Me. a list of jurors from his district Rural route No. I will continue dnhnnlur"a U..o.(inn' ,nil UiiLl i-niirtilnii idlnv
Powell of Stuart mortal Hospital was 10 nerve nil territory formerly served of Yadarat. IINon".1IIIn,1 '
Funeral services were held I in Wednesday 'orpur.lI..n not
I Johns Funeral Home at R dead on arrival I I A camera developed for the interior rural that now being served guwranleed. b1'l t'al.l II11.00(1(,do .
Chapel Jan. I I.She I. inspection cf reactors receives by route 3 and city dcliv lmnnl and dlnmuna. -
\ Dec 31, with Rev IIn..h..tlnlf (Sane) overdrofta
Walter Jessup of the First was a native of Lancaster its light through a probe cry, Route No 1 will also serve ) . . . 1,111AILlflank < ,
pastor Filr Collared
I Methodist Church of Stuart of. England, who came to the United of glass fibers which can be bentaround Fast Fourteenth Street Fast Fifteenth i runtmx owned. Dyntl

.' Further States at the age of three and corners without' effecting Street and Fast Sixteenth 13Dnu I flitiir mi. furnlluri.an tin. 114 mini HI
ficiating.will be in Lake service and burial had been a resident here for ten Its transmission i II :fda be used !Street In Eldorado Heifthn, north nthnr Sinful .I..r.: 15,1:Ill.15TOTiU

Ronkonkoma'l fears. She was, a member of St for the internal examination of on Paint Beach Road to Fast Ocean I ASHFTH . :t:2,1sfa11,41! BOMBER JACKETlull
Catholic Church of iottlcvurd. Fast Fourteenth
MRS.; IIFIFN I.OUI Mary J Derby the human body serving IlAhlTlTII
I'onn, and attended St Joseph Street\ East Tenth Street and Fast Damsf4dnpoaita. of Indivlilualu ;. : *
Mrs Helen Louise Hester, thirty Catholic Church in Stuart I Ninth< Street in those areas lying partner.iihlpii .

-two. of TentyfirStreet.! Palm She is survived by four diugh- and John R Wallace of Cheshire cast: 1 of Palm Reach Rond and, now lions: and. corpora. '2U14ft /Ipprrcd heavyweight milln outirslitllf, ,,, rlppirrd, nlllily
Lake Park died in Martin Me. tern: Mrs Guy O. Smith of Derby Tonn., and nine grandchildren. served by rural route No. 2. TI linn end" ,unvlnKi; l $ dipoull ;;
morial Hospital 0 n Wednesday i Conn., Mr*. Ruchven M Vibcrt Funeral services and burial will j Rural route. No 2 will continue *. of Inillvl "lunlHl sleeve> p ikilt: quilled Unlllll'f, ; ) : ', fur ciilliirt drrp

"S Dec 25 after a brief illness. A of Tucson Ariz Mr Walter be in Derby Conn, from the Hen 10 i e r v e all lerritory formerly >nrtn r hlpi 1 <.,' and corporiitlona t4l.nOU8 slush pinkrls. I

naVe: of Greenville,CJ1'th9.., she Dlugolecki! and Mr, Ed Thayer ry Colwcll Funeral Home Johns served! except t. nt now being served D.JO.II., : of V'ait.datan ;

had been a resident area i I I I both of Stuart, two sons Louis F. Funeral Home i is in charge of local !by rural route No. I and rural ( ludln' *tlovrrnmintIn poxtal sat

for the past five years. She was a Wallace of New Milford. Conn.. arrangements, route No, 3. Rural route No 2 : ,: ,. I. tllrr.Rsrnpnnltt w.
nr Plalaa and
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4?manild at $11.95
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I 4-A TIlE STUART (Flu.) !NEWS'; Iliurvlit, January 2, 1964 1IIIit..' .... ,' :
: i Three Die As Car Plunges


B iiw -- ,- : I Tigers Drop 2 More Games 1- PALM CITY NEWS Into Canal at Indiantown

> MRS. AM FA U III IK, Correspondent 287.5582 _
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i As Vero Wins Own TourneyStuart I Memorial Peter
I' 1 was stunned I std hOrrified. I tin HO'ipn.1las I
,:'. Q t RE$, I )lust eouleln t move" | W tioclfort y-seven husband
; Third Graders Present Mrs Goetz and dnver of the
of
;i1<:lt/t'J; #' ..:,.; ,.<'lbtJ.t.1-:: part! of the Tigers go ealOnbB into their ketb.l1l I9n4 cnl I!his motorists was the who statement saw an 01Cv auto- I I car Treated and released were

their i Port Salerno Man three members of a Fort two other Goetz children Lindasixteen .
I schedule !still looking for I curry .
and William fourteen. Also
tll.tIn., as the result of two lov! Lauderdale family to their death
47 E. OCEAN BLVD. AT 74737 sos and laM place In the Vero I PTA Christmas Show when it plunged off State Road treated and released was a
llcach Holiday Tournament Drowns Jan. 1 76 at Indiantown Bridge about friend of Linda's, Diane Schwartz

Most Complete Drug Store in Martin Co. dO: p.m., Monduv sixteen
In Thursdiy nights! first round
Palm Parent Teacher As leader She entitled I According to Goetz. he was on
City reading
a who declined
gave One motorist to
the outscored their While
THRU SIT. 7:30 A.M. TIL 9 P.M. fame: Tigers FishingA sociution held its meet i I'Another; Marys Child' Mrs: his way to Sarasota for a visit with
OPEN !MON. liHlmn "hosts from the floor 42 monthly give his name 'said: "I I saw the I
relatives At the intersection! of
Dec 17 in the leona Smith read The ChristmasStory"
ing on Tuesday drive and the south
to 'N. but converted only S of 25 car up Mop on I
OPEN SUNDAY 8 \\1.: -12:30 P.M. 6 r.\I. 9 PM Slate Road 76 and State Road
from the foul line. Asa Port Salerno man was drowned calttorium. Mrs Crawford third I I and Mrs Jane Esch led the side of the intersection When 1

attempt i remit. Vero. with; 17 of 21 shots : late WednelIayblle fishingnear grade pupils were in charge of the group in carol singing noticed it again it was moving and He 706!said he stopped he noticed at the!several stop sign cars. l
front the foul line going through Hells Gale in the St Lucie program 01 man was hanging on the hack
the I Indiantown Bridge and he
the hoop. won M-47. David Dun River I I The children were dressed as limn: I OK 11""': IIOLIDUS bumper screaming as he was being on
stalled the
Dead Sirus little elves representing! Santa thought one was at
is Black forty-sev dragged along Most of his clothes
Myrna Mead daughter of Mr south entrance He out of the
got
had
a toy and gave were torn off and his shoes were
ANN AI'A, recitation. and Mrs. Myrlen Mead was home car for a better look. Suddenly, the
lying in the road The car then
I I.I
from the University of FloridaShirley started
; car moving
round I n Friday night'i Fort Pierce consolation! who auto I Three drowned when alh an to) purchase books has donated for the money school I Highee fromgUnrver Mrs went Drowned over the were embankment"t the back bumper went over tthe.
against of
Evlyn Highee \ y ronPceraW ed up speed and
MNi hid lost, AI-56. to Lake Wales plunged into the canal In- library Goetz, forty-Mx: her ,
Southern Connecticut. CI I
in ton. embankment
uP diantown, Bridge Thursday, Dec. 19, was the closing I five and her aunt Mrs. Gladys
the previous evening Stuart lost I.I I. I
Conn. Vincent Hifcbcc, son of Mrs Goetz in last effort
; one desperate
for the Christmas
day I
Sheriff Baker season
Roy reported) W Wynn. sixty-three, all of Fort
7sj Halls 17 and Billy Martin's -
I Each had and the I vlyn I Highee from Vanderbilt: to save his family jumped ,
Black was fishing with his brother room a party LauJerd.ile
score I II I for were the the Tigers.only double-figure J. V. Black, about 7pm. Both pupils exchanged gills. I University, and Ernie. Higher, sun Treated for a heud cut at MarAirs I into the water about twenty-five
had nets in the water. !Sirus went Keith van Tuinen, nine monthsold of Mr. and MI'E. I L Higher feet below Several motorists also
SALE \'t'r0In its own tourney by ---- ----------
from Jacksonville University jumped in l to aid Goetz.
dressed and visited
Santa
Lake. Wales the lo the reM of the bout to pull in as :
final Heating 59,48, in I his net When he failed to return ill the rooms. Everyone got a Winston Yinghng! and family William managed to get out of
I
I his brother went to investigate and bang out of this PIRSOML: IILMSUland ; Mr and Mrs Flwood Homan the car and pull Linda and Diane

S1U\RT ((47) C; r l' found him fice down. partially in and family Pennsylvania Furnace to safety He made a futile attempt -
CLASSES \\ilkcsville,
COSrAl'ICS Duncan 5 2 12 the water and partially in the boat, RVPHSr IIM. Jams of Pi: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 1 Grove to rescue his brother Gerald
IR'RIDE: CAROL SING: I Ohio is spending the holidays with but
ON Hall 4 3 II He reportedly suffered occasionally and family: Mrs. Florence Peters reported his mother was
I Martin 3 II 6 from blackouts," Sheriff Roy The intermcdt and junior his parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Belltfonle Pa: Mr and Mrs. Ar- holding the child so tightly he
Sul/cr 2 0 4 Biker said classes of the Baptist Chapel had Coffrm. den Yingling and family M c I could not free him.

Simmons 0 0 0 Black was taken. to Johns Funeral a havriJe Friday night, Dec 20 Tommy Van Tomes and Kenneth home; Mr and Mrs Nell Ying- The auto sank in about eighteen
I i ling and f.ll11ily. Eau Gallic: Mrs feet of water It was midnight before
Davis 6 0 12 Home/ They had a wonderful time Chullancin attended the Cub
f"I i Slathers 0 0) 0llehr singing Christmas carols aroundthe !Scout Christmas party held al the Bruce Sharer Boalshurg( Pa, and the car with the three victims
I Mrs Margaret I Ionian and Mr und the family dog Lady
I U 2 Preaching Mission community Afterwards the Elks Lodge in Stuart, /
: Julia Bowman 0 0) 0) group; went to the Justin Austin and Mrs Earl Homan was brought to the surface.
a Totals 21 5 47 Set at St.llary"sSI. home for refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Earl Homan Several skin. divers hurried to
rrt Gilson d
Servant Shirley an
Pennsylvania Furnace. Pa., and the scene of the accident, but were
: May VFRO: ((55)) G F T Mary's Episcopal Church ('()NCRECA710 VALISTS children are spending the winter wife have returned to Fort Eustis. unable to stay in the cold water
Giclow 4 5 13 will hold a Preaching Mission, SIART YOUTII ItLLOWMIIP: with his mother Mrs Margaret Va..after spending two weeks with I long enough to tie a cable to the

Glycerine Fine 0 0 0 starling Sunday, Jan 26 at 7:30: A new Fellow ,' composedof Homan at Second and Feroe his sister, Mrs Edith Daley. They car. Don n ie and Mike. Chason!
McCall 0 0 0 p.m. and continuing through the intermediate and p. Streets. recently returned to the states both of Stuart, finally succeededin
Bonne Bell Prime 1 0 2 week, ending with !services ut 7:30 Congregational from fourteen months overseas in hooking. a chain to the back
of the Bible Union
Mr. and 1IrP.. R. Newhouse. the Fur Ea t. They also visited
ANDRose Ward 4 4 12 on Friday, Jin 31. bumper to raise the car.
p.m. Church, will meet for the fi..ttime W Va, here for their families in Hollywood and
PLUS 30 Catrctt 0 0 0 Each evening during the week Parkcrshurg are On the scene to help with rescue
Sunday, Jan 5 at 6 p.m. at the winter and living in the Coral Gables during the holidays
Water Branan I 4 6 the Mission will start at 7:30( p.mIn the church are I operations were: Sheriff Roy
1."tino !Shulock 9 4 22 the church lather Durmton, Mrs tela Williams will have Coffrin Apartments. They celebrated Mr and Mrt Merlin Mead I Baker, Deputy Sheriffs Floyd Me
Ron Giclow 0 0 0 their forlyfirtedding Ohio the home Allister Frank Prevail. James
Order of Saint Francis, will con- of the twelveto Ashtihula are lit
ANNUAL2' lotals t* 17 .55H. duct the meetings charge fourteen and juniors Mrs.ages Winifred anniversary on Monday, Dec 23 of his parents, the Merlyn Meads Holt Gerald Brown and Tom Wyatt -

Cream OFF SALE 'HRCM72): :( ) G I' T Mead the intermediates, aged nineto I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kxvelka, for a visit Holt. investigator Commissioner; Constable Jack Williamson John
FAIR ASSOCIVIION! MEETS : -
Noone 9 3 21 eleven St. Paul Minn, are spending several Mr and Mrs \\ct/cl DeLoach
and the Indiantown
$6.0099C The At this first meeting officers days with his mother Mrs. and few with Fire Department
Suggs 3:2: K regular meeting of the Martin family spent a days Jack Saunderson and
sin Rockey 7 0 14 County Fair Association will will be elected rules set and plans Barbara Kozelka her parents, Mr and Mrs. John men from the< Port Salerno Fire
$3oaId' be held Jan 6 7 30p much for the new Filanowski.
Snyder 4 4 12 Monday. at : year
and his daughter, Department; Civil Defense' Direc-
NOW. Virgil Camp !
Williams Mrs Mead
Mrs and
Tague 4 7 15 m at the agricultural center on
Ruth Ann of C hcrryvalley, Ohio Kenneth Moore spent three days tor AI Keaton; Bill Lawthcr, In-
make these
to Sunday -
AIA evenings
Brooks t 0 2 plan
fruitful and for spent a few days with his couin. at the Youth Winter Camp, Avon dinntown zone director of Civil
Totals 28 J 16 72 enjoyable
the youth of the church. loyd I I.ipps, und visiting! Ohio f Defense; and skin diver, Randy
SIIURI ((53)) G..' 1 Smokey Says friends here. Park.Mr.. and Mrs. William Kirk- Fisher, Howard Haid, Jim
BIBLE: UNION PLANS Gaughan Jim Redden, and Forgv
Hall 4 9 17 hart and family Akron. Ohio are
.
Rev and Mrs Walter HooverLakeside
I Martin S 1 I II I II ANNUAL: MELTING: the visiting his brothers Ed and Karl Kearny. G C. Troup furnished
Ohio called at
I Snl/er Kilhourne 0 2 0 0 0 4 @ ruf (JWl1j The annual meeting of the Bi Myrlen Mead home Friday afternoon and their families, a Mrs dragline Leona fend Howard crew., Mrs Jack

rc". I ble Union Congregational Church en route to an assignment in Wamla Temple Andalusia Ala., I Williamson and Martin Spell servo
Simmons 3 (1))
s
61 ort will be held on Wednesday Jan Rome Ga. They spent Thursday was an overnight guest of her ed coffee to those! helping with
SALE Davis 3:2: 8 I III 8, beginning at 6:30: pm with a ; night in Lake Worth with the : p irents, Mr. and Mrs Clyde S.inders I II rescue operations
Bchr 3 1 7 j NA if covered dish Mrs.Hoover. I
J supper. father of Mrs. Mead and and sisters. Bonnie and Beth
Bowman I 0 I 0 0
After will b
e .
HALF-OFF supper reports on Thursday' night. Hialeah Park famed for champion
1 lotal 20 13 53
Harriet Hubhard read from the previous year and Mr, and Mrs William J. Hart race horses. Is an official
Ih Glenn '
Mr and Mrs
SHULTOM Itt&.... 11II MB olficers) appointed for the new Sil11pon'nnd shame, Moorcstown, Pa, and bird quarantine 'station. the only
AYER CARD HUNKSTedious [ tl ,AI! year A budget will be drawn up daughter Cathy of TuclIloo.a. daughter Martha were recent overnight one in South Florid. The park is
Desert Flower OF l and adopted and plans made for Ala, are spending the holidays I
A
and also
( their home North Reil- guests t of her brother un Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary
LUXUR1A the 1964' lit on .
t hours during my recent D year ly. Mr. and Mrs David Ridgewayand : family_____:__the_Thomas'1__ __u!_Wolfes.___ .
150 illness and hospitalizulion were SIRS LINDA: NORRIS diughlcr, Ann, Dawson Ala..
SI=R Dodor.ntI50c
1 brightened so much by the many spent several days with them Mrs
Mrs Linda Norris, aunt of Mrs.
acts of kindness friends and
NOW. loved ones My heartfelt by thanks ..,OI-:L. Tom Lord passed away Saturday sisters Simpson and Mrs. Ridgeway arc BOATS BOATS BOATS !

morning, Dec. 28, in Vero Beach
I Nancy ue McPherson Bs sari your imoke aid at the Mecca Nursing Home The Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Van Tin-
I 1,1: ,,1 I campfirr are out-dead Dull funeral was held Monday at 2 nen and family spent three daysIn FISH FISH FISH!
: p,m. with Johns Funeral Home in Pompano visiting friends

charge Mrs. Norris was well known in Mr. and Mrs David Candell and Blue Fish and Mackerel Are Running
I
SOOTHES. : WHITICAR Palm City where she had maintained family; Mr and Mrs Charles
MAX a home on Loop Road for Morgan, West Palm Beach and
The most exciting way to catch these fish Is from a small boat.
pd SOFTENS Active',, several years Mr and Mrs Charles Tackett
DRY fojstuil.tr FACTOR I BOAT WORKSWest Lantana spent Christmas Day with \\e mil and sill small boats and motors for thin purpose. If

INSTANT Lake Off Indian Avenue, Port Sewull Civic Groups Hold Mrs. Anita White and family. you buy we store your boat and motor for the summer for
SKIN @ MARINE RAILWAY I FISHING TRIPS $30(10.( No bother while you are back north.
; RELIEF Christmas PartyThe Alice Crews is in Beckley W.

,,,r TUSSY i FOR DRY CHRYSLERAMERICA'S Va, with her sister and family, See Us On This and Big Boats Too
NO. 1 MARINE ENGINE Clifford Smiths
WIND it Civic Orgam/ation, Vol- the
..... ....0. SKIN. Rural Rout. No. 1, Stuart Florida Dial ATlantlc 7-2466 unteer Firemen and the Youth
.' Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Mead
AND .. ...
...:. BOAT BUILDING I REPAIRS I STORAGE Club held a very nice Christmas and family of Waterford Conn.. GATEWAY TO THE SEA

WEATHERLOTION ACTIVEMOISTURIZER Agent for AI Pfluegcr, Inc., Taxidermist party at the civic center on Sun- are here for the holidays to visit
Dec 22
day night
his the Meads,
Santa arrived fire truck parents Merlyn
on a BAILEY BOAT COMPANY
and her parents, the Johnny Fil-
400 and gave gifts of fruit and candyto anowskis
1.00 akflfl a large number of pre-school
Sill C SIZE i JP GOLFat children, as well as older ones. Guests Christmas Day of Mrs JL.NSKN: BEACH, FLA.

NOW 50 NOW Fruit and candy not given out Marietta Yingling were: Mr and
ONLY. ONLY vet (10 the children were taken to Mrs.
the NEW Martin Lisk. for distribution to needy @ ffi m H M m n m.i.
families,
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County Golf& Country ClubSr. BIBLE: SIL'DY ('()UR E SET: -

: CORICIDIN TABLETS 66'CONTAC \i Btpnvr ciimt
I.I
LUCIE BOULEVARD: Thursday, Jan 2 is the beginning I FIRST I.
of a month Bible study on .
97' TURN RIGHT JUST BH'(WE CROSSING! : NEW the book of Ephesians This is for }

: CAPSULES BRIDGE TO BEACH juniors and adults. It starts at 7
pm. nt the Baptist Chapel. S'udy

GREENS FEES . . . . $3.50 I courses will be on Monday, Tuesday I
EMPIRIN "Sff": SSe ,I 7nm, Wednesday. and Friday at I MORTGAGE

COMPLETE 18-HOLE COURSE The Lydia Class will hold a short
business meeting at the Baptist

: ABDEC KAPUALS: 3.09 ELECTRIC CARTS Chapel at 7:30: p.m., Thursday,
Jan 2. Mrs Justin Austin will be

Driving Range and Complete Golf Shop hostess! CORP

Y MIXED DRINKS and LUNCHEONSBEN IHIOUSIIIP: MEETS: .
Julia Hay
The Women Fellowship: met
at the Congregation Church on 1'Q
CREAMRINSE I t HARTIG Pro Manager
Wednesday Dec 18, for sewing OF STUART
PHONE AT 7-2274 in the morning After lunch a
I Christmas: program was! held
Condition! ; Mr i John Moschcll was the 5
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I Club Meets J
Not Th, UN"xt 11..11 Hun,,'. For
I The American Oil P Pt Hospital
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|Kirin t b.l"w l "H' nil""", ri 11"11I' Company to Wednesday, Jan 8 r
.Iate t rv.t.lit- '<'i''ni 1'" om'cI I I", I Sam F. Davis. Property in lots. I I.
the tf.per ed> II 1t10.ul 'He In .rni ax', of where:10ernu 2. -1 and 4, French subdivision I ( t e I (CeMilmiied Iron Page' t 1)portal ) The ftomani Club of Stuart !
coMldvriilUii i ix """II"al.! .lIO liM SI.600Kremscr) ). w I J'
rdlnvui.hnu'nt i.r t" mtef' Land hf was culled If the jail will hold Ms first business meetingof i
hip* or ilmilui l'M/PM "h.l .,ic nnmon.y Corporation u .ilxMit 1 a.m to check a tick rrw"I1'r. 1964 on Wednesday Jan 8 at 1
changes hands. iarnpa t Anthony Casciotta. Lot I IV. bloc! lie
Indicate fiM value. a. nmnd Ihrr': : I'are t,:> minimum Iminnwb :I .. :22!:!. section 3, Hibiscus Park. "\I. mg heivilv bond lie called Archbell Sheriff) brute Roy 12:.H) pm at tho clwWiouse

.r. more mump' ..r. plated 500Krcmscr It.ike i I. who instructed: him to mil All nieinhcrs are urged to at-
Instrument than
Bn as nit ialvalue
Land Corporation to doe tend thin in order to keep
of a trmi ri>r. but nrloilonlly I a torSproll meeting
Peter Girard Lot 9, block 16 .
the comptroller. officeInvntlntoi sic!
said,, he Cllle'd five informed of the many plant. for
t h o x e ran' 1 I In tion 3. Hibiscus Park 1600. dOC ,
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which leu iiiiipn appear n I.'rhul was unable to find the coming toason

St Lucie Lands I Inc J. Albert anyone ;
bar bean pIaPI ihnn' the t tax to r
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w.er.nt.d. The Y..t w. 't taken anreap.n.lblllty Riley Lot 93, Seagate/ Harbor ivjiltihle to conic to the jail. '
tar the vitlmat Mr. and Mrs-! Paul Bellas formerly
S3.UOO.> Sprott said he (hen called Dan
a valuation of Riverside N J., now
Fur for un ambulance/ are
Albert Siegfried et al to William hut Fair
(Dee. 23 through: 31)I) F. Murfin. South one-hall culled .1 i short time later to say he ixsuling on Alice Avenue in Rio. J
John D. Leslie to Walter A. Fi of lot 39. Hobe Hills $100. was unable U. get the ,imhiiliiieslulul .' I Mrs Hell is is. the niece of Mrs
chin Lot 53, Crossroads Hill sub Herbert B. Clibbon to Clico Sprat) wul he told' Fur'I II !rl'I'| h Keinliirlt. Port Salerno It
vision i 1700. I Inc Lot 5. block 16 !section 4. I hi "mil"I tike Arehb to the' 1 '
Coral 1 Gardens Development North River Shores $100. I hospital m the illation w.I IM'n. EVERY TIME A 1 'i'
Corporation (10 Walter C', Smith. Julius Rathbone to William L I orchbcllo.I is examined: ,it the ?
Lot 15 block 2. Coral Gardens Otis. Lot 27:! block 4. First Addition hospital' mil pronminced dead at,i FOREST FIRE STRIKESANNOUNCEMENT :
subdivision plat 2. $1.400. to Indiantown Park. $10000 I 4 |I' "nl. h\ .i hospital eni|"I neI
Lauranco B. Clark to Jessie El- James A Harris to Llovd H I I the I lepul\ was loll .i iloelorwoukl
niorc Lot 8, block 1 12. Second Addition Smith Lot 7. block 11. Second. he in I"> sign the il!.-.uh. eenlieali
to Indiantown Park. $10. Addition to Indianlo\vn Park "t m the morning: YOU GETBURNED
t>00). $8.tIU.( ) Arihhill: ",is .irrestuli(. ton
.Douglas DcSou/a to Julian D I David, W. Humberstonc to David .i, charge: ..1 l .iss.uilt 111111 11111 ntommii
Bach. Lot 104 Scagdtc Hirbor \V Humberstonc Jr I Lot 2. block is' i...hh.II... i.,.01 I hal I
$14400. 1 I. Indiantown Park. $100 horn sihediileil. I h'r J Jan 14.
Once B. Hall to Ethel M Mar I St. Lucie Lands, Inc. to Four.
Jotti Property I in government lot jem. I Inc Property in governmentlot Savings hanks' hold vh.Slmisilt: !
1 I. section 27 township 39 S., 2. section 6, township 48 S. (HX> in mortgage( U.ms un.il\'11111
rand 42 E. $1,500.> I range 41 E. $100.CI.lra I I Ml ll.) (K) timilies
Kendall I'ropertieInc.. to Henry I Lmdscy Brubakcr to Dor r 31 e ,.r i. -- -- -
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P. Spiller Property in lots 13' cnc Alva Eblmg Property in !sic
14 und 15 block 12. Broadway lion 18. township 39 S.. range 4)) o wtv
Section of St Lucie tsiiiLS $11 I- E.. Tropical Fruit Farms $100\)
200 Sound Development Corpora.
Murk A. \\ilhiin to Charles H. lion to Jeremiah L. Callahan Jr .y tilt RALPH J. \riIY Chiropractor
Tucker. Lot 15. block H. Port Lois I Ml I through 158 inclusive
Salerno $800Chirlcj North Hobe Sound Shores., $100{ \) has moved his office from
S Todd John I I. Sound
to Development Corpora I
Burns. Property in lots 160 and tion to F. W. Lathrop Lois IM, 528 Colorado Avenue to

161) block 80 The Island Beach through 122, inclusive' North Hobe .
Revised Plat No. 2. <62M< ). Sound Shores, $100) I II \ -. 824 E. OCEAN BLVD.AT .
Arnold M. Bauer to Joseph A. I Sound Development to Thomas I II .
Lane. Lots 16 17 and 18 block H. Dily Lou 125 through til 'i >fl. ;....r- 7-4277
4, Monterey lIbJivi ion. $58(10( inclusive I i : and lot 31 and lot :MO:
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MAY OFFICERS: ACUIV MVSONIC Ul I>Gt: Instilled Km. ( \ ,
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Gerald' (', Holbrook to Eugene North Hobe Sound Shores $100 in kecrel.iry: Dyke past muster und mirshnl;
Millcnhe-rger and Barhira H. Sound Development Corporation ceremonies at the Masonic! Temple Friday evening Dec. 27. were Joe Henderson junior warden I lovil "I'ropei: iiinur deacon The -- 1M
Miltcnbirjtcr. husband and wife. to Richard W Hardy. Lots lift to right: Paul Moors, tyler. James Foster treasurer. Fad ceremonies: Mere preceded: by 1& dinner at tin Town House
An undivided one-half interest in 142 through; 148 inclusive. and Nciblmg, !senior deacon; John (,ray demur warden Ellsworth Restaurant.
property in lots 34 and 35. bock: lot 132 North Hobe Sound Shores Schnurbuseh chaplain. ; Chris Kaih worshipful master; Chirks "
115 I the Island Beach Revised $Ia). -- -- - -- .- -- -- -- -- ---. I'M MOVING
Plat No.2. $UK( ). Sound Development Corpora ....w' '. > ,.seta A I KIMKMIWrKIMIMS "I

Gerald C. Holbrook to Townsend tion t to John L. Burns. as trustee t ntlrew D. keys Ii hI) nIRIS1M1'lU \' Tourist Club
P. Coleman Jr. and Anne T. lots A B and C. North Hobe Society News Are Christmas Hosts Meets ;Monday
Coleman husband and wile An undivided Sound Shores $100( A Christmas-! part) was held on
one.half interest in lot 8, Sound Development Corporation 1111 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 1>. Berk Christmas Eve ut the KivcrviewApirtmenti The Tourist ( I huts I will meet\ I v. parked my bars and fll,..and
Isle Ridge $100. to John L. Burns as trustee ey entertained! with their Iridilion A gaily deiorilid Moiul,iv. J Jan ( III h )p.m. HI Mn in" .now In the prurpua of moving
The Hobe Sound Company to lots 37 38 and 50 North Hole VFW Auxiliary al Christmas dinner ut Sunrise Christmas tree wreaths. mums art Youth Center lor covered nIl"" my new lllati I t Farm liuurane
Wardkins Holding Company. lie, Sound Shores $100 Inn. and indies. placed: advantageously dish supper u I IllIloc alike. Mo ,iu.l gist m.l cull if youhiivi

That unnumbered lot lying southwest Henry B. SwineJciuirst Jr. toJoseph Helped SchoolThe Guests I included Mrs. C. K. in the lohb), piovided u beau. / i'--I.if. irllralniuriim any I qmwtioM'*about. l'Ube.I.,1 Auto
asked
of lots I I. 2 and 3, block 2. G. Jarrcll in tiful setting attending are to
Property section ,
Berkey of Delray Be;nh, who i IK bring tihlc sirnie 1 Inter'III1I11l'1I1: I If iiH-t with you anywhnr, anytime
Hohe Sound $1.500. 34. township 37 S., range 41 regular meeting of the here for the holidays Mrs' Geor.e A feature of the evenings entertainment will, he provided all .hi ut your unity.. Inieimnr
Irvin Francis Powers to Ethel E. $50M( Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans N. Crawford} : Mr and Mrs, Pluto; was the nielng of toni are invited: interested' per n,.oil.. My now offlr and phone
Gibbons Kirkpatnck. Property in James H. Smith to Harry R. of Foreign Wars was held ut the Daily, Mrs! H. H. Ilipson! Ger the poem: Im line;' )hy Mrs number art Imted .Mow. .
government lot 2. section 8. township I Smith. Lot 13 and east half. of lot home of Mrs. Grace Hall in Hobe aid and Betty Knousc Miss Dolt John Voegkr All exih injjid gilts J. A. liT IJil: S", range. 41\ E: HI7IMH( ); 112 I block I I. Cleveland Addition Sound on Wednesday Dec. 18. I law Mr and Mrs 1 John M Ret re\hl11cnh were served ut the ol Mrs. lull: I limas was u guest ROBERT M. JOHNSON
Homes Inc of Pain to Palm City. $750 Law Jr. Colonel and Mrs (i. V. close ot. the proKrum ol
A of the Christmas daughter und liw
I report I I party son-in- forIho
Beach County to Robert F Kiel Royston C. Crane to The Row held at the Pioneer School in Sol)long. and. their daughter S)Ivuu On hrislmai 15,iy. tables were (hristinut' holidays. All wire: 331 HAST OCEAN
Tract 6. block 61. St Lucie BLVD.
sir co Sweeny Corporation Propertyin and Mrs\ John W Slakes
Port Salerno was given by Pa.tPre..ident set up in (hi first lloor hill und al guests of 51 r. and Ms Vernon
Inlet
Farms
$4000Harl
section 12. township 39 S. range Jennie Smith who reported 'n.Hii .t i I'family steli) (1'11 i\1111118 dinner !Slum rOil fierce for CI1..i..tlll.11IUnner. (3 IMHRS) EAN': Ol' IIVNk Ol SIUYKI)
E. Son to David L. Ives 38 F. $161/ ,600. ('OR \1. GVKDINS; GROUI'l'I.ANS ;
that. all children were !given was enjoyed by twintv-tvto SILVRI Al 7JC2S
Lot Jensen MIMING: P\KIY
19 Highlands subdivision Coral l Gardens Development ,
lieiutilul donated
and refreshments guests mums were -
$14500() Corporation i to Anthony Ashbcrger Plant gifts made to i Coral Gardens' Civic Association hy MM Gertrude Gore Mr and Mr*. J 1. C'. Cress. North
Lot '13. block' tl. Coral Gar Christmas were basket to a g needy v e a will hold its next meeting dl I ,.. Vw .t ..f'_. '' h. River Shout/ spent Christmas.. in INSURANCE"
FOR SALE dens subdivision pi.it 2. 1000. family. the .agricultural building on AlA URIUMaUn.NM: : Nnssail I hey also attended the 't!!] STATE FARM COMPANIES' '
I Ralph G. Bright Jr. to Kermit .
North ;
following the business meeting, on Sunday Jin 5 ut J p.in. 'U'I'IICAIIONS I 'Soulh Shrine foolhiil) gaits' ..
|IN. Bntht North 75 feet of lot 7, in Miami I Horn 011" ; Bloomington' 'IllinoisBLAKELY'S ''' 1101
The will have card on Saturday, Dee 21.
Home located in block 4, Jensen Beach Homcsitcs. a Jilt exchange was held and refrcshnicnts group! a par F I leslie Tompkins, "Putnam .. -- -- - -- --- .
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$1.1000Reuben()( Vulley, N Y., lo Nell J. Bryant
Stuart near Schools. hostess in the community room at First t of
Stuart I
: W Carlton and Mar- Nation Bank
garet H Carbon. his wife to Reuben Jiiinej H. Gilmour to f'ue (i.
3 BEDROOMS: 2 BATHS, Wayne Carlton. Property in Ct'lID TO HOLDRUMMAGE Mr and Mrs Ernest Pezroni: Neumann, both of Sluurt
CENTRAL AIR CONDITION.ING !section 5, township 38 S., range SALE spent Christmas Day with her Phillip A. Hrashcur to Georgu .
AND IIEVTING.( COM- 38 E. $100Reuben The Ladies Guild of St. Joseph sisters and their husbands. Mr. Tee: Patrick, both of West
W. Carlton and Margaret Church will hold a rummage sale and Mr. Albert f-inkel Miami Palm Beach
PLEIE SPRINKLER SYSTEM H Carlton to Margaret+ Louisa on Friday and Saturday Jan 1.4 Beach; Mr and Mn Pat Pa/io Aim Edward Zimmrr to Mace)
Carlton Property m section from 8 a.m. to 5 p.ni. on East West t Hollywood; and Mn Silva. Margine Verden: both of West f I AFTER CHRISTMAS
CALL AT 7.0531 5. township 38 S., range 38 E. Ocean Boulevard near the Super tor Tunnnia, Miami The dinner Palm )teach
$100 < for Market. was held al the Pallor home Henry Mack Allison to Joyce I
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li/ahclh: Cornelius both of West 11
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Charming Homes -A Superb Location. I Lauderdale Chirlis .William U> (culm Pratt lirudwill Jr. Fort, CLEARANCE

West Palm [Reach.
Charles: Thomas. SUmrt. to Eileen .
Catherine ,1.11\:1: Euclid/ ,


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Bahama Terrace C.UKMS I INIIKIAIMI: : FAMOUS
LABEL MODERATE & BUDGET
Mr. and Mri Ronald Weiss and
Mrs Helm Foster served u turkey
)! dinner to guests of the frame
Apartments on Christmas liy Dresses SportswearSAVE
'I he main solarium, was decorated -
with it silver tree. und a large
silver candeldbrtim with red can
dies: was on the !serving t.ilile.

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I Exciting variety of Silhouettes,
(Drastic. Reductions on Skirts

Colors, und Fabrics. Now at Shifts'
Minuses Shorts Swim-

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Beauty Care wear. Missy sizes in u great


Juniors 8 to 15 selection of colors.ONE .
"DELUXE WATERFRONT $31,500MODEL With You

Misses 8 to 20


HOME OPEN DAILY In Mind. .


High Dry Land AllAt. I TABLE

COCRy'I.q si Fire and Police Protection 72 OFF

Established Neighborhood JEWELRY-BElTS-SCARVES

t Located on the North Fork of the FashionetteBEAUTY

*j'.c, Beautiful St. Lucie River

.\ it 100% Residential Area SALON

a Waterfront Lots 605 COLORADO AVENUE: 1

A City Water 51 VARY, FLORID
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1 rc:; 1 i Robert H. Lear 7:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m, "I'restige at Popular Prices" .

MARIE WHS, Owner 120 N. 2nd St. 11012154"vw

i- STUAR Developer and Builder on Premises ANN: IIURLBUT, Operator Open Mon & Fri. Till 9 P.M.;
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t/1 Jehovah's Witnesses the HOe

PORT SALERNO NEWS i { ..,t.--: ;:: .1 ',,, Sound Unit Congregation are departing -

.' ,. fA" .; I Friday! morning lo attend
I < a i three-day convention, Jan. 1A.
!MRS VICKY PROSK, Correspondent AT 7-2085 I in Fort I Lauderdale. Louis Smith,

.o presiding' minister", for the group
mnounced yesterday.According .

Santa Visited Christmas/ Eve to Smith the Bible
; t .fly rw Mzvs..rsay; conference sponsored hthe

ALL 3AINtS' pfol'oPU: : TROPICAL FARISl'Tlol: / Watchtower Bible and Tract Socicty -
Used Fire Truck as TransportOn I ,tl Jensen Beach will draw representativesfrom
I Beginning Monday Jan 6. the", fifteen !South' Florida cities
Thursday, Jan. 2: 10 a.m. Holy church will have its annual january -
A crowd of I I.VM()() i is expected
( hnstmas Eve the fire sirens I and his helpers were greeted hv i Communion Intention: Renewal Bible Study! Week offering The address! of t the'
principal
blew, but not to announce a Dcncon HcnJcrso'n Rev. Camp 4m" r .. 1 by the Holy Spirit Holy Cnction Bible study for all age groups as convention "The Bible Triumph
fire. This lime it was for Santa!; hell. front Delriy Death, gave the A :,. following Confirmation classes follows: Adults and young people, I In A Scientific Word." will he delivered -

who arrived in the center of town blessing, and this "'followed hf .. I 4 pro, children: R p.nl.. adults. I "The loiter lo the Ephcsians: by William Anderson. I'i

at (, 10, riding on the fire truckA the choir singing familiar Christ s I Friday Jan 3: 6 a.m.. Requiem intermediates. Life at Its Best district supervisor for the W,itch-
large number of children eagerly alias enrols '" Mass Intention: The departed. (Sermon on the Mount); juniors lower Society
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his I' Jan 49am. Bible' Heroes;" primaries, "The
awaited coming sonic so Saturday. : hake
toung that they had ii> he curried HIBISCUS ;k it HOLD 10.wo1' .....- I sale Jensen Beach Bank Chairmen Story the Bible Tells:" beginners. S\II'R"O SOU'fl1ERNME1'H01)IS'I' :

tip) 10 sec Santa. r-IOClllllR: :: JVN. I : Mrs Max Smith and Mrs, Friendv Who Help Us." There : :
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Commissioner Jack Suindcrion Amy Hildcnbrand! : 10( a,m.. chd will also he a nursery opennrtsr The pastor' will bring the message .
erected the gathering and th inked An inform get together, under t tr' elren'i confirmation class; : 1-6 per at the morning worship service -
of the Hibiscus Park 'c MIIIIOIHSI: (
the auspices' Sacrament of Penance
all who had donated lo the Chrsl on Sunday. ul 9:10,
mas Fund as well as members of Civic Association, will he held Second Sunday after Christmas. I Stuart Sunday school is held each SlIn-
li Jan; I, from 4 to 7 p.m., at the ;'' Jan. 5: 7:V) am, Holy Communion -
the fire Department and] Aux Thursday. Jan 2: Penis Circle day morning beginning: at 10:4.:
for their home of Mr and Mrs Thomas '1". : 9 a.nl., Family Communion: will of Winston
ary help in arranging meet as plinned and j is urjder the direction -
show the ('hrstroas Hemenway of Hibiscus Park i Mam i .. Holy (Communion
this event to true ; Sunday Jan Wor..hip: services \VoodsonEpworth .
spirit \ All members are cordially In. y I Monday, Jan 6, The fptphany: I will he held at 8:45 and I Mam I leagues will he held

Brother Keith Bowen of the vitcdPFRSONIIS. 7am. Holy Communion Intention I with the )pastor Rev Walter D. beginning at 6:30.: Sunday night(
Southern Methodist Church Rave : That we may know Christ t as Jessup delivering the message There i is a league for each age
the imoculion and everyone joined Saviour of all men 7:30: 1'.01.le..- i I Church school' will he held at 10 group including: adults!

voicea to sing "Silent Night" try meeting a.m. The junior and! senior MYF Major Edgir Dundy outstandIng .
After finishing his work here, Stopping off to visit the HrncstRodcnhaughs Tuesday, Jan 7: 7 a.m" Holy groups will meet in the church anticommunist speaker will

Santa proceeded to the Church of recently were Mr Communion Intention: That Christ basement at 6:30 p.m. I he the guest speaker at the 7:30:
Ood on County Roid where heCHUCK'S and Mrs Almond Ilarrcll of Baldwin may show forth in our lives 8 worship set.ice on Sunday!: evenmg -

Long Island, N. Y. The Hir :\ SIGHT ON TUESDAY, IMC.: 31, the wettest December clay in Martin County In nt p.m.. St. Ann Guild meeting Monday Jan.will 6: meet The in men's the I The public i is invited to attend .
rolls\ arc touring Florida for thewinter. prayer group
twenty-eight years, was this one at Manatee M trine, where a marina employee goes to the rescue 1FIIOVAIIS UITMSSIS: church sanctuary at 7 a.m. .
fl SERVICED I hoat which hid collected far too much ram. Prayer service and Bible study
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Kingdom Hull!, Britt Roud Tuesday. Jin 7: Aduh Circle held each
is Wednesday night at
time out from hn studies .
Taking
will have its Pr
regular meeting.
and,. STANDARD M esnnlc at Florida State. is Phil Brown, i ----- ------- ---- Thursday 7:30 p.m? Theocratic scilla Circle's meeting at the home 7:30.: Don t miss this important

D.llv.ry Duty lion of Mr. and Mrs Edwin/ Brown: thought the owner might I solo, "S lent Night" sung by Glen, Ministry! School: 830: pm, service of Mrs. H H. Thayer; has been service of the church
of Hibiscus Park, who came hometo her at AT 2394 In order Firemen Answer meeting Theme: hight the
grandson of I.il and Bill Lock postponed until Martha' FIRsr \PfIST
2S7-9864 : upend the holidays and visit \ it. Fine Fight Circle and : n1cire'w:: hiv I Stuart
friends and relatives. wood: carol singing: the tree Sunday, t'6' p.m., public discourse
Railway & St. lucle Ave, friends wish Mrs. Mar Holiday CallsThe trimming; Santa; passing out gifts Theme: "Relief From Tension I their meetings Herman Rcil7 will he host to

Port Salerno Mr. and Mr. Frncst Roden- a most speedy recov for everyone and, of course, the In a Troubled World." 715: Wednesd!.iy, Jan 8: C Chancel the deacons of the church at a
baugh flew to New York recently had an accident and in- Volunteer Fire Department buffet table pm, Bible study with I aid of I choir rehearsal will be at the supper meeting at his home on
Open 7 day a week to visit' their daughters, Mrs Albert | leg Cards! may he sent answered a cjll on Monday Dec. Watchtower. Theme: "Victory ForGods church at 7:10 p.m. Thursday night at 7. The Builders
Scharwachter of Oceanside, r tin i Memorial Hospital On Christmas Woman Over Her Ancient Thursday, Jan 9: Official board Training Union visitation
dinner
Day, consisting report
23 (1045() with I
7 8:30 nt : pm, two truck I
1.10. p in.Cr 7:30 at the church.
Long Island, and Mrs William it I confined!. I of turkey and all the trim- Enemy" meeting at : p m snick and planning meeting will
I)hi IKof Babylon, Long IslmJ, A trailer on Indian Avenue was I Mond iy. 7:10 r..m., Bible study. I Friday Jin 10: Combined meeting he held at the home of Mr and
and their families M\VS: on fire Damage was estimated at mm s wus nerved to sixty-five Pirales Theme: Ascent In A WindstormTo of the WSCS und the Wesleyan Mrs. G. L. tdcnficld Thursday
I I 52000.( ) I Tables were beautifully dec. The Heaven Guild will be held in the sanctuary night at 8:30

' Welcome home to Mr, ind Mrs. Eve party was held At noon on Dec 26 there wasa orated with red and white porn.pons Assemble at kingdom Hall for : at 8 p.m.Sunday.. The Mabel Bogtiess!! class: meet.

Byron Hatfield, who have returned hill with an ex brush fire south of Carver Oar- I name cards, nut etc, participation in field ministry: Saturday Jan .12:=: Worship) services ing will be held Fridiy night at
from) Mystic, Conn, where they g! fts. Refreshments were dens Three trucks und a tanker cups and Sunday 915am: .; Tues will he held at 845: and 11 I Ia I II 7U: at the home of a member
spent the summer the gathering enjoyed from Jensen Beach helped to control I lidding a splash of color. day 9 a.m. I .m. with the pastor, Rev. Walter Sunday morning at both worship -

.r M.rinCM Mr, and Mrs Harry Keller and and dancing the fireFiremen HIBISCUS PARK ASSN. I D hl'h II :;\nteld services. Chaplain John N.Hudson .
and Dl...l children, Donna and. tommy, of tma. Day Mr and who helped on these IRS INSURANCE: SPEAKER REDEEMER tutllF.R will at IIam will speak on "The Greatest j

UNDER MANAGEMENT OF I Newport, N J., are upending! the Moske served turkey and fires were: Bob Chapman, Fred There has been considerable interest The junior and! senior MYF Question of the New Year" ('
Brownlee Howard Haid Jack Cary S. Zehmer will speak on groups will meet in the church The subject of his Sun-
holiday visiting her parents, Mr. over I 100 guests! t Salads and! in the decorated message
Cl pl. Tol.y Engebretsen citizens when symbol- basement nt 6:30: .m. "
and Mrs. Frank Rodenbaugh were brought by the ladies. Thompson Jr.. Chuck Stillvtcl!. senior insurance Christmas! tree People from all p Clay evening at 7:45 will he Moral
Frank Fhren Watson Joe Hibiscus Park Civic Association Sowing and Reaping
Salerno evening, about sixty Hcagv, ,
a" AT ,147 guests
Mrs Gus Ehrhardt holds Mon. over our area have stopped in. ST. M\RY'S EPISCOPAL
meeting The Men
Mr and are social Johnston and rank Modafan its regular on Brotherhood will
for a and were
Shipyard playing host to their daughter son I by Mrs C. W Staf day Jan 6, at 7:10 p.m., at the Therefore the church will be open St Mary' Episcopal Church meet Monday evening at 7 in the
m-law, and family. Mr and Mrs played her Civic Association : community room of the First National and the tree lighted every day from will hold its annual parish dinner church basement for a covered dish
organ
8 6.
to 10 until Monday, Jan
pm
B Strout are from Arlington Bank of Stuart supper meeting The Sunbeams!
Nellie Antsden chair and corporation meeting on Tues
COMfiJYI CAN / was .
On Sunday there will
Z.It Heights. lit the 'party, assisted by Mrs Holds Two MeetingsA IIOMr OFMONStRVIIONCLUB he worship services morning at theJ uul day, Jan 7 at 6:30: p.m. in the and jirls1 afternoon Auxiliaries will meet on
Monday at 3:30.:
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Flam- Mrs Harry Cook hour of 10:30: with Sunday school Sunday school rooms.
group of eighty members and MEETS: VI 1 30 Tuesday afternoon the Cheruh
of four
The election vestrymen
Mrs Newlin
Clark
--- the Christmas holiday and Bible class preceding at 9:15.I .
gin spent attended the covered dish and Carol Choirs
guests will meet the
at
and
will be held at this meeting
T The Home Demonstration Club
with their son, Boh, and familyin Raymond Forbcrger and Christmas party of the During the Sunday morning scrv church for rehearsal,
supper has changed its\! hour of meetingto I reports from all the orgimzationwill
Ice the elected and appoint.
Hialeah newly
Huston from Lake Park, Civic Association on Thursday, should Jan 6 through 10 is Bible Study
he All members
I Mo: ( p.m.. and would like its ed officers will be installed They given -
JACK'S GULFSTATION Rev Durward Knight and! fun thirty-nine. blues and two Dec. 19 members to note the new hour. are: President Richard Prange: attend! this important meeting of Week vv' J. W Matson will

ily spent the holidays with their \ cut bait and fishing! Movic.ere shown of the The club meets next on Thursday, vice president Ted Bishop: secretary the church. tench the morning class from 9:30:
. relatives in Birmingham, Ala Parlor "Ma)flowcr !Story." a film which 'Ian 2 tit the civic center William Bussert: treasurer Other events of the week in- until II and! Mrs John N Hud-
document the I son will teach the class
dramatically recent elude: evening !
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All S.rvlce Guaranteed Mrs. Florence Bullurd! would I'r""r' ockwood: und Herman voyage of the Mayflower II Walter Robert Sawusch Bailey; financial secretary chair., Thursdiv, J.m. 29am: .. Holy from 7 mtil 830: ( They will be
i like to return u plate that held a Iron I he fishnhol' caught 3 LightlyIn : stewardship I studying the !book "The Lettersto
Jack Saunderson, Owner blues replica of the Pilgrim vessel which Escape I man, Wayne Bailey: trustee George Eucharist: 9:30: a.m" healing service "
feathered
AlA Port Salerno AT 7.2028 cake purchased It a Youth Orginlialion using tilled the Atlantic i in, 1620. DuJardin elder William Gladden, the phesians I This class is for
. bake" sale As it is II pretty of the inlet Another film by Wult Disney. Plane CrashThree I and Sunday: school superintendent Friday Jan 33pm: .. IFS adults and young peopletOVCRFCCriOML.
-- -- --- ----- -- ---- -- Daniel! Simpson and friend on birds and animals'; was also II Donald Gore. Saturday. Jan 4: 10 a.m., junior -

iiulo .six viewed choir; Ham.. acolyte practice -
caught twenty member of a North Mi The Lutheran Radio Hour Bringing -
r Distinctive High Styling and Lovely three jacks" using cut The group enjoyed singing along ami serious injury I Christ to the Nations." cart The Bible Union Church East
, fishing the Sun Parlor with slides that featured words firmly escaped he heard over radio station WSTU Sunday Jan 5: 7:30: a.m.. Holy Ninth Street Palm City, will conduct -
Everyday Styles at the and music, Monday afternoon when they at 7:30: each Sunday evening Next Eucharist: 915: 1 a.m., Family Eucharist church !school at 9:45: a.m..
: und Mrs Harold Deal of On Christmas Day there was a were forced lo make an emergencylanding : Sunday Dr. Oswald Holfmar! and Sunday school; II under the direction of Judson Ml.

:\ Lovely Lady caught sixteen blues party and those who wished to in their light plane near will say that the Christian! Church a.m.. Holy Eucharist and sermon near superintendent Morning

j \ I mangrove nminpcrs, us attend\ brought a !supplement to Stuart i Is God!'i Colony on Earth." Monday, Jan 6. Epiphany: 9 worship is at II and Holy Com
,jigs and fishing the the turkey and ham that was scrvcd Mr. and Mrs. Roy James Phillips Each Sunday morning at 9 on a.m.. Holy Eucharist munion with Meditation by the
Permanent
Deluxe River. Over forty met to enjoy' the were treated at Martin Me. Channel 4, and at 9:10 on Channel Wednesday, Jan 8: 3 p.m.. chil- minster. Rev Lawne J. Sharp
lunch and! exchange gifts. Mr. and monul Hospital for cuts and <. the lutherm Church TV dren's confirmation class; 7:30: On Sunday evening at 6 there
i ... t with Conditioner GARDENS GROUP Mrs Walter Benson were i in bruises and'releu'Cd.. Their small This i is the life" cad: p.m? senior choir practice; 7:30: will he fellowship( ) meetings for two
tllKIMMVS. : PARTY charge of the arrangements. daughter, Linda; Anne, was not I be program seen. Sunday the episode will p.m., adult confirmation class. youth groups, junior highs and

I "". 525.00 $1500 festive occasion was the injured. he "The Faith of a ChildPRtrSBYIIRIXN." )Counter boys and !girls, sponsored
'
ONLY Christmas party of I the PIRHE'f.!! !NEWS Phillips told Sheriff's Investi- sr JOSEPH C\1110lIC iy Mrs Gale Williams and Mrs

.! Civic Association Bator Tom Wyatt and Deputy Shcriff FIRST 7 Myrlen Mead.
Sundry: Masses: 9 and'1 11 I a m
MANICLJltE Arrivals for the winter Include: Slater dross i hit( he vat Cruising On Wednesday evening Jan S,
Dec 23, at 7:30: in Pine lake Drive Weekday Masses: Friday, 8:30:
t Mr. and Mrs George Robinson, will be the annual of the
. at about I ISIS( ) feet when the meeting
building 7:30 .
Ret $2.00 !Staten' I Island N. Y: Mr and Mrs apparently froze 9am., worship service; am a m : Saturday; : a mOn church A covered dish supper at
$ IUU itcly 100 guests and Ira Adams, Fquality, III;: Mr and engine church school (Classes for aW ages i). Thursday! confessions will I 6.10(i: pm.liII he followed by reports -
ONLY gathered about the well. Mrs Dave Martin Matawan, N. Phillips brought the plane, downin 11 a.m., worship service: 6pm.. he heard! from 4:30( to 5;10 p,m. of the year 1963; electionof

Hire Sprcluh Effective thru Ian. 11th et table attractively );: Mr. and Mrs. Jason Moored a pasture owned by P. O Young People Fellowship and from 7:10 to 8:30 p.m. I in new officers, and the adoption

with i t greenery and Martin. Mich., and A, M. (Woody) Thomas, about a quarter of a mile Wednesday! evening 7:3\1.: \) choir preparation for the first Friday. of a budget for 1964. Members
Evenings By Appointment \ candles. Wilson, Richmond Va. south of Snake Road and! in about practice. Masses on Friday will be at 8:30 and Interested friends arc invited",
placed! n gift under eighteen inches of water, which There will he a deacons' meet a.m. and 6 p.m. -- -- -
BEAUTY tree for the gift i t Visiting! over the holiday were: Phillips laid!. cushioned the Impact. ing at the church on Sunday, Jan. School of religion for elementary -

the Lovely l Lady Ferris Moored Mr and Mrs John He said he left i DeLand Airport 5 at 7:30 p.m. school students will resume
SALON assembly: joined in singing Alphcnaar and family and Mr about I 11 I a.m.. en route to Opa- Circle I will meet at the church Saturday! Jan 5 at 9:30: a.m? in
Pclem entertained with and Mrs John New house, Kali locka Airport for a covered dish luncheon on the school ffi'foACTTAYLORVAiHLEY I IY Ie In Iv

kAllllf EN CUTS, Mgr. selections mama. Mich: Mr, and Mrs, (Bud) The plane a single engine Piper Tuesday, Jan 7 at 12:30( p.m. The members f St. Joseph

EAST OCEAN BLVD. NEXT TO SMILEYS GROCERY& Grace Denton was chair. l.ockwood and family, Morgan TnPiccr was a total loss It was Circle 4 will meet at 9:30: a,mon Guild! will receive Holy Communion -
'IRADF\\IMS by Mrs. Madeline N. J.. and Mr and! Mrs Gwynnc owned! by Austin I I.. I-egctt and Tuesday, Jan 7 at the homeof in a body on Sunday at the
Mrs. Mary Grace and Dean, Blainville Pa: Cleon 1-1. Tatuni both of MiamI. Mrs Irvin Rhodes 7 a.m. Mass.
For Appointments Dial 287-5657 Meyers There will be the annual congregational A meeting and party for the

, of good fellowship per have The been Sunday well night attended\ hymn, with sings/ Care for a tune on the hydrodaktylopsychtcharmonica / meeting 0 n Sunday, Guild, and all women attending
St. Church will he held
Joseph ,
i atmosphere and every music furnished ? That one Jan. 12 at 630: pm A covered
the party special Desmarais being by of the names of an Eighteenth dish supper will be served Monday, Jan. 6 at 8 p.m. in the
. Grace Peggy All'he.nnlr school meeting room.OSCF.OLA .
Century musical In'trument-al\O
Barbara and! Brenda Bush
: Is Set known" as a glisspicl-played by FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST
TODAY'S ECONOMY Hostess for last weeks Hobby rubbing the rims of glasses with SCIENTIST STREET
Thursday Jan 2
Club was Lil Hogiri T\\enly-four wet fingers Mozart wrote a charming East Ocean Bird, Stuart SOUTHERN MflHODIST;

o i Association will meet of the women were present and adagio for )jJiss; harmonica Sunday morning service at II. Major Edgar Bundy, nationally -

Z Our latest "Review" :1 : p,m. on Thursday, Jan diligently applied themselves to -,' ,a ". V. i Lesson-sermon subject: Jan 5. known anti-communist speaker,
completing list t minute gifts for will be the speaker at the
t presents a Year-End Appraisalt civic center to install of- ; "God. guest II
Christmas, CARD Ol HUNKS Sunday school, Ham. Nursery II am worship service on Sun

. It also lists our current recommendation! 132 of them- are requested to pay Friday afternoon was the hobby We would like to express our provided day. Don't miss this outstanding
Testimonial speaker The public is Invited.
'!. Everyone sincere thanks, to the Port Salerno Wednesday meeting
for Into itockt Club cookie exchange party
convenience growth
the
. arranged your cyclical 8pm. Sunday school will precede
dinner will he held also brought a grab big Civic Center and! our friends and
hniea, income stock, and utiUtie ach with pertinent Jm 9. Admission will gift, the exchanging of which promoted neighbors", \ for their kindness and Reading Room: 282 Flagler Ave morning worship at 9:45: and is ".L.L r.AD.MAHartford's
under the direction of Rev. Charles
10
I statistic on price, earning,, and dividend > tickets hich can he : much hilarity. sympathy staring! the recent", loss! of nue: Monday through Friday ,
Bennett,
am, 2 Saturdays, 10 a.m., "
. from any member or our husband and! I I'lther. Leon A. p.m.;
Walter Benson Just about\ everbodIn the Conine We will it. 1230: p.m.Christian. The pastors office hours are
I mail tht never forget
For your wry, Imply coupon.BM Cove turned out r for the Christmas Science radio program, held each Wednesday from 2 to 5

-...................-.......-----..--. door prize at Thursdiy Eve party, rlanl1by the Mrs I Icon A. ('onme and "The Bible Speaks to You" may The prayer service is! held each
f 41' night was won by December activities committee familySmolsey be heard over WSTU Stuart, week on Wednesday nights at 7:30.: Family Auto Insurance -

: send BM your latest"Review r" Robinson Highlights! of the evening were: a ,'0', "' ," 14V kc, at 7:15: pm Mondays I We urge all members and friendsto will provide you with broad
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City Approves fill sll tilt (Florida) NEWS ihurcdiey. iuimry 2, 1964 T A


$835,000 LoanAt I Judge Trowbridge Rules Abolition j

e ., I

a speeml meeting on Mon. Of Constable Job Unconstitutional !

day afternoon City Commission
authorized .1 i temporary loan of I II.
$SHOo() ) to he obtained from the pSl h K ,ilph'' \\ ,ird is going\ to keep his I cm) legislative; :act abolishing the
First; National Bank of Orlando a we 'nvi ,ibli "ioh, ,it' (least until' Dec. office ot' constable!\ in Martin County I
; : I l ''I aa)i lI I. was unconstitutional, ,
The money. borrowed at 4 !! s ;
percent ..
mil he wired i to the First National Jai a rj I h" v* ,,is (the outcome/ of a nil. I Ward would have kwt hit joh
Bank of Chicago, where it II" h ""k d' .I.mn I nuts" hv ('If"II' lit the end ot' |1'16.1 it the law had
will he used to pay off a refund. hider. ( I'leilfcr 1 Irowhndgc, been upheld!
ing/ issue of I 1942:!, callable there ,'j.! .< ease his opinion that a pe- The law was passed "by the 1961
toilav Jin :2!. legislature' mil approved by a
: two-b-one iiority' of county voters .
A new $835)11 refunding bond:: : in a referendum in November .
issue i was validated t in Circuit j Fresh
ini GreeneryA I9 i fl Wrr
IY
Court here on Dec I 11 I I. hut a 1\\en- 1w 11 .ea rl Y foiirr term" ,

t\-d.iv\ appeal period did not expIre ,. In his Judge/ Trow- ,
+ opinion
until I +Mr++"'" a Nice
Tuesday, Dec 31 The es Change
bridge aid. 'the judiciary branch ,
loan was I so that; the old
necessary I f d I Is pf I government! I is not supposed I to>> i
issue; could be closed out on time. II eM.-.3. After Christmas follow the will of the people all
Mavor Ray Cooke will have of the time Decisions must be
the company of two former mayors I llv \IIUIInl'RmM': bused upon the law and evidence
(ommissioners William P. not popular opinion, he added!,
Todt and Jack M. Hartman on atop (Km hiii i the house looks 1 when 'so I have to disregard the result
,, to New York City where on the( ( hristniis ill-toritmns' are ,>'f the election"
Monda)'. Jan. 6. he will manually taken ,1\\,11' I Hi! noted that the ( ,\ntillitiolth.ld
sign KH bonds, each: valued .it + a I Yntt, might/ i'Mtn| adding. some I created the office and that a
flOOO. which will comprise the I !livi I fresh /grecncn to rooms after, constitutional office whether it
new issue, already sold to Ciood- a. I i hi- holidats.ihi I he governor or constable: cannothe (
body and ('ompimy at .1-f>9 percent ( freshness. clemlmess an,11! abolished hv ihe Lcinslittire
(iossllody will pay to the ristiulnev. ol' brit grcvnerv i j. especialh The I law points out th.it,' "i |iisticc -
City of Stuart accrued interest pleasing, editors .in wintertime of the peace district can beubolishcd !
from Jm I to Jan 6 which will ,5'l And and the office ol uisticeof
loliago: / plants und)'I
!
offset the interest on the loan ul cut green leaves introduce' Inlirest. the peace and C'IIKt..hle) ire dependent -

the Orlimlu hank. i l tag shapes, shadows md texture. :upon: : these "nI I In
:10 ,interiors t I order to abolish the officers a

Of the 500000()() ()( alcoholics in INk'l'rc" Your choice of green plaint maloruiU particular) ircn it i n necessary Miiholish >>
the U. S. today al most I OOO() I j Is important Avoid too the )justice of the !pence
tire in the skid row" classifica I nlolll1".101'. tau many contrasts district
lion, Many are unaware of the I md ton mans kinds I lhe\ produce The cam could be appealed! hv
true nature of their condition .i Jiiltcred/ confused ifKct the County' Cnmmi..i\n. bill ., t b ra this time there is no indication that:
: I A single. potted folngc plant or such a step will he taken I
a few well chosen ones in n planter .

or dish garden add' individuality, The Mediierrinin fix ,ithcks
I distinction md eh i racier. 200( varieties ol. cants ,md other
Home Loan Talksby
I
Dciidi! first on (he place Then fruit plants
I choose a container in scale with -- --- ---
don herold the location( and in harmony with ,
I background und furnishings/ I II1 1 1I l
1 I should complement 'the plant not If.t..alett

: compile with it. 1 iA ir

1N e 1"0tbabe A pi.ml growing in a terracotta
(oahc AIL BOATS, from these sating out for a sailfish tournament down to the humblest rowing boil help to make boating the No t fimilv sport in the United Stale, rot might bo I pi iced on a shallow -
bane filled with
according to a recent report chipped| marble or '
limestone' for instance This it
\ ; is where Florida Is Seventh Largest Outboard User simple unit attractive )yet unusual. .. ..J'At\ t
Choose foliage plants that are I
Hinted to )our lighting

:' : C Is Nation To nukes( d )y it possible1 proper u> grow cllndllion"1/a n Jmamt Get allinoneInsurance today 1

J Boating Top Family Sport ,un foliage: plants with little )
dl)liJlhl. Or light can coma No homeowner should be with
I
from natural/ sources or from a' Kill this cuniplitr, yet low cost,
combination of natural and urtificl liiMirunit protrillon. II coven

$2,581,000,000 Retail Sales Indicate ,it. tvtrylhiiiKt home, fnrnlkhlnus
car, you and your family's
Sale health etc. J"'IllIne pulley, one
Rummage premium one agent dow It!

Into each life Americans spent more on boat I annual publication 'Boating. A I II dustry sales information. Under :H,0X( ) units in 1'163. There were with 1I2INN,( ). followed by: Mich. Friday &

ing in 1963 than ever before saysa I Statistical Report on Americas federal law states have the rightto shout 3.290H()( ) boat trailers in i itim. 4M fI.INK) ( ); C alifiirnui. 412.(IKK); I Saturday
recent report with retail spending! Top Family Sport" also revealed register boats in their territorial' use in 1963 a rise ttf 90.KJO) ( ) units, I Illinois WIMMI( )(); TeiiiH, 129IKIO, () January 3rd und 4th Ralph
Comes homeMortgage hitting $:!. 81.00OIl.( () () an increase that there were an estimated 7.- waters Preliminary 1963 sales figures for 1 l und Ohio 427.(XX). I H:((10) \.!M. hilt P.M.
a The index (if dollar shipmentsof outbonrd motor and trailer miles
of 3 per cent over 1962. 678.000) recreational boats in U'oCin recreational craft revealed 1963 The average length milhonrd E. Ocean Boulevard Hartman Jr.
were put at Vi2.(XX) and : 7.HOO.) ) (bout purchased in 1963 was I 152!
The record amount was spent 1961 made up as follows: $13,- to he the third highest since 1947 respectively,\ feel inul (the (:Next l Door Stafford! & Brock) .
by more than 38000000( ( () ) persons 000 inboard motor boats, including It reached 1114' exceeded only' average horscpowcioullioaril r REAL: FA FA IE &
Floiiih, with estimated 102,
an / motor purchused wan I Sponsored by
who
participated in boating more auxiliary-powered sailboats 4.- by Ihi boom of 1959 and
; years 000)( outboard motors in use on M.5. Kolh' figures compiire let 14.9, Ijiilli// Cuilil JNSl'R: iNCE
than twice the
once or during 239.000()() outboard boats: 495.000 19,0.vhcn\ it was 1264 and I : :
)Dec 31 I. I9ft3. ranks !seventh' feel and 30.1 horsepower, respectively SI. Joseph Ciitlinllc Cliunh 110 E.: hernia Ave, AT 7.00Oth
for and d
year; new u i e boats sailboats and 2,131,000! ( ( rowboats I II2H' respectively. The 1963 fig. I I
'the stores' New York lends in 1962
of has home motors accessories safety equipment dinghies and other miscellaneous ure is based on a projection of ten among
Each us a mortgage prams I --------- ---- -- --- ------- --------
later fuel I I. insurance, dockingfees !. craft, many of which are months. All indices are based on
sooner or maintenance club dues, storage used with small outboard motors 1957-59 equal to 100.()()
repairs etc. The estimate of boats in use is Outboard motors t in use rose from6.250.IJlJO
Models in mortgages are as different Two groups, the National Association derived from a survey of state ( ( in 1962 an till/ lime
as designs in homes. It pays of Engine and Boat Manufacturers registrations of recreational craft, record to 1\.39.fK() ( ), and inboard
to study them. and the Outboard Industry partial estimates by state govern. engines in use, including diesels/
Association j m their ment boating. authorities and in- and automotive conventions, rose
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First Federal Savings of Vero -

Beach being a !sort of "mortgage OPEN HOUSE
department store" can fit you with Roses Wives Will Both Thrive

probably the most "livable" mostpleasant ,

mortgage loan you can
find anywhere They'll he glad to
Given The Attentionlime
talk with you about such a lo many If Proper

time. tout at m NIWESI FINEST

By IIfR\'fY SIIRPt:, they thrive where tho modern hybrids for best rose production say ,
You'll find their Interest rates Kditor, succumb to the deep South's University of Florida rose specialists [i ii
and initial closing costs reasonable, Florida Agricultural Extension tropical temperatures, high h u i .
and you can probably save real midity and diseases.
Service
Choose an overeat! day for
money on your total. interest costs Except) for the most dedicated
because First Federal allows you Growing roses is like keeping hobbyist, the modern hybrid roses planting. First! check t the plat t

to pay ahead on your principal at your mate happy-there are many are the hardest to grow. carefully and cut back the bush
any time without penalty. thorny problems involved. Plant roses! for cut flowers in a to four or five eyes Trim off all
However, both are prestige projects separate cutting garden because broken roots
If you excel you can display they're far from handsome if pruned Bo sure the planting holes are
first Federal for it* own pro both of these beauties with
pride properly, covered most of the
tection, looks into the location Solve your domestic problems time with protective fungicides and I largo enough to accommodate the j I
value and title of the property and first because! you can't buy tranquility stripped ot flower buds daily. roots without crowding.: In the / Anniversary CelebrationSee

this helps protect you aa well as but you can: buy roses, Select a site in a sunny location bottom of each hole drop a hand
them. You may purchase rose bushes In the event the bed is located ful of garden fertilizer und cover
In three forms. These are bare near large plants\ protect the rosebushes I lightly with top soil Dip the roots
roots in containers or burlap from marauding roots witha of each a bucket of water
wrapped. The latter is called infant sheet of metal roofing buried just before planting i the
Svtn ... ..* insured .. to I10.MOfcy because of the along the side. of the bed new bush so that the t'tR I the 1964 Model Mobile Homes
tb. ,....... *..1.! >! and Lou I...... style triangle vertically system
.... c......,_ Von ..r tart .. e., burlap and damp bottom. Prepare the planting site prior will stand at the same level thatit
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tin with ant mount and .dd ui For the contain the bushes. I If the stood in the row.
_..... .1 ant Urn.. procrastinator, to securing rose nursery
ergrown'OSCs can be planted lat soil u loose, light and sandy remove With a slow stream of water
(Copyrighted 1963)) er but will cost a fancy price.. it to a depth of fifteen from a hose work tha soil about
Varieties to plant can be a prob- !inches and replace with compostof the roots, filling the hole to the Vagabond Sportscraft t Champion Fortune Ritzcraft t Nashua and
cm. OhJ..f hioned favorites have rotted leaves, manure and rich ground level. Pack firmly and puta ,
WANTA advantages over the newcomers hammock soil. For best growth, saucer of earth about the plant
These include such roses as Louis I be sure the replaced material u to hold water.

MORTGAGE COMFORTABLE 'hillippe.Van Houtte. Minnie and Safrano.Francis Marie Often I quite south acid.Florida Many contain sandy too soils much i n I leaf When out the keep rose an eye bushes out begin for diseases to Vindale on display January 3rd, 4th and 5th, 9:30: A.M. to 9:00: P.M.

I I I such as black spot brown
II tree .... __ .... M canker, and powdery mildew Insect
build, buy *r Is..er. cur ha... pest that may harm the
Ulk I to First r>4>rl ., V.r* a..Y.
YM ... *.r It .11 b> .mlwt.bUMrtbhr REAL ESTATE bushes will include aphid, thrips" ,
....taI....... ......H. toB pumpkin bugs cottonycushionscale .
t.e.t nt.wPae..t and red spite! mites.

V.,. efc JO t-tSTt SCHOOLThis For additional information auk

your county agricultural agent for
Extension Service Bulletin ISO),

FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS school prepares you to take -Roses- in Florida"----.-


ASSOCIATIONOF&: LOAN the state examination for real l es RIO NEWS Special entertainment, refreshments and prize drawings Friday and Saturday at


INDIAN RIVER COUNTY tate salesman. Next class starts BETTY Corrnpondent LARSEN 5 and 7 P.M., Sunday at 2 and 5 P.M., with a grand drawing at 7 P.M. for a Little


2045 14th Vero Ave Beach,Dial Florida JO 2-237) I Monday, January 13. Price of the _Christmas. Lighting--A Champ Camper Trailer.


Free Parking M 15th ATCBM course is $$75 which includes all text Winner Announced

HOURS I to a ....,, ....* W. M.tmr Winner of the Christmas lightin Come out and help! as celebrate our 10th Anniversary.

_, e l to p. Clm II.: CV< All-. I D.to r .FrUiy......,.. books. For information call ] contest: in Rio, sponsored bRio >
more Civic Club Abbott
.. were: B. J.
"Warn 00"F..........Seal Tti.lroott Pine Lane fine prize:; Albert DIXIE MOBILE HOMES, 3221 SC UTII DIXIE, FT. PIERCE, FLA.
Hobe Sound 5465295. Walker, Kubm Boulevard, second i,
prize, and Walter Wood, Olive I
Avenue; and E. A. Neilson, Pine
ooev Lane, tied for third place.



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A TILE STUART (rla,) NEWS Thursday, January 2, 196$ Children's Party

Was Held Monday
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sociAi. 1 1OfC1ce At The Sewalls annual Christmas Point party for

NEWSi children and visiting guests of 4
Sewalls Point was held Monday
afternoon, Dec. 30 at the Town
: AT 71550Cold MISS MARY LINDSAY, Society Editor f Hall.Mrs. ydj

1\01.\ .\1 .-- I Ray Lorenz told the storyof
"The Littlest Angel," and Mrs.
William Newsome conducted the
Weather Northerners singing of carols. Presents were
Brings given to all, games were played
and refreshments served.

To Langford Villas and Marina chairman Mrs. Newsome, assisted j was by Mrs.committee Ralph

Hicrs, Mn. Frank Kotze, Mrs.
James[ Stevenson' Mrs. John Dickinson .
Mrs. Fred Niebling and all ,
The) came last week at the same lilairc.. Mrs. Ray C. Maize, Montgomery, the women of Sewalls Point. with
time The robins, that Is, and the Other stales were represented Ala.; Harry S. Bond and party, F
northerner. The migration was hy Mr. and Mn. Branford Udell, Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Monday evening an informalChristmas
clearly indicated by the guest lists t cloil, Wis; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis and Mr. and Mn. J. Roy party was held by the 41
at Langford Villas and the list of Graland Beloit adults at Town Hall. Refreshmentswere ,
Wis.; Mr. and Davis Jr., Concord, N. C.; Mr.
yachtsmen in the Langford Ma. Irs. M. B. Coghill Jr., Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Ralph Caficro, Fairfield!, served.
rina. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Williams Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert MARTIN MEMORIAL
Langford Marina guests includ- Indiunopolis and Mr. and W. McCarthy West Haven Conn. : HOSPITAL
ed the "Majab 111,' Howard
Hirsch New York City; "Bohhy Births-Mr. and Mn. Frank
Boy," James Johnson Shirk, Fort Atlantic Court Zorn a daughter Dec. 17; Rev. DAIRY INC.
George Island: "Ymly II." D H. Guests und! Mn. James Stancil, a son Dec.
If ammer Washington, D. C.; 19; Mr. and Mn. James Burgess
Good Idea II," Joel Levitt and a daughter Dec. 23; Mr. and Mrs.
party, New York City; "Prelude Richard Schlowcr, twin daughters
J. P. Hutchinson, Merrill;; Island l ;; Held Solarium PartyThe DI.'C. 23; Mr. and Mrs. Larry
"Ole Miss," Mr. und Mrs. Ray Matthews, a son, Dec. 25; Mr. Cottage CheeseD
Clark, Charlotte, N. C. and Mn. Willie Queen a son
"Norsaga IV." Harvey Hubbell Atlantic Court Christmas Thomas Mr. and Mrs. David i Dec. 26; Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Palm Beach; "Cindy-Jean" Mr. Party was held Christmas Eve in White, Mrs Ida Beaver, Mrs.J. Vilcy, a son Dec. 26; Mr. and
and Mrs.! Howard Scripps II, Be- the solarium. Cake, ice cream and Kilmartin, Mr. and! Mrs. Rob- Mrs. Oscar Rogers a son, Dec. 27;
thcsd.i, Md.; "Fantasy," Dr. and coffee were served.Entertainment ert Rowe, Mrs. M. Howe, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph King a !son,
Mrs. E. S. Carr, Greensboro, N. consisted of a L. Pcltit, George Rowe, Mrs. Dec. 27.Dec. ::;. .
C.; "No-Name," Carl K. Nahr- reading by Mrs. Glenn Guilcr en- Ethel Cohen, Mr and Mrs. Steve I 17-Admitted., Josephine
wood Woodburn Ind.; "EI bcth t IItk'l.1. "How Christmas Changes;" 'Simony, Miss Winifred Ashley, Zorn, Ernest Korpi Mary Kane, I E T S'"NNw
III," I. W. M. Nichols, Sea Island a poem, "Thoughts of Christmas Mr. and Mrs. E. Mabry and daughter Joseph Topper Glen Harmon and {( l
Ga. "Nokomis" Mr and Mrs. written for the occasion by Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Otto VanLuvcn, David! Meuse Jr.; discharged, Mar- aN W
Edwin Brown, Rockville Md.; Willis Pagct and read by Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Green, David I I net Elk ins, Edward Ward Samuel -
"Catalyst," Arthur Lewis, Bay David Grahb. Pen and pencil Cirabb, MM. M Allison, Mr. and Margolin, Helen Engcbrctsen,
Shore, N Y., and "The Pacemak amcs were played! and the sing- Mrs. Karl Vanluven, Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy Robinson, Ethel I Frazer lFA
er," Captain Armand Car n c y i ng of Christmas carols was followd C. W. Getty, Mr. and Mrs. R. and Susan Summers. .
Lower Bank, N. J. d! by the exchange: of gifts. Kauffman Mr. and Mn. Stanley Dec. 18-Admitted, Suanne Treat yourself to the finest in Cottage r011a trIE tiNl ttJt'

Floridians who were guests at Others present were: Mr. and Warren Glenn Guiler, and Mr. Pantler, Nancy Sue McPherson, Cheese flavor. Alfar-Boutwell Cottage ?N
Mrs Ora Avery. Mr. and Mrs. Dan and!
Willis
the Langford VilldS this past week Mrs. Paget. Corine Spradlcy, Margaret Pink-
included: Mr. and MM. William Mon, Lois Clark, Alder Girard.! Cheese. It is churned daily to assure

., Thies, Fort Lauderdsilc; Mr. Amelia MacFarland and FrankTurner of its sweet fresh flavor And
How Does Your Garden Grow'To you 8 ounces of Alfar-Boutwcll Cottage!: Cheese
and Mrs. William L. Risky, Cocoa ; discharged, Ernest Korpi,
Beach; Mr. and Mr*. Richard Curr. Jd.i Menninger, Earl Pevey Edna Cottage Cheese is high in protein, low 3 halves of Klbvrtu: peaches or freshly sliced oranges

Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Henry K.. Be Theme of Flower Show"How Lange, Mrs, Robert Brady and in calories If you have made a. NewYear's 2 pieces of dark toast with a teaspoon of creamery butteror
Harding, Palm Beach and Mr. and baby girl Mrs. C. B. Robertsonand cinnamon and sugar
Mrs. Phil G. Stiles, Orlando. baby girl, Mabel Knapp and resolution to lose those few extra
Tea and Coffee, black
Out-of-statcrs, led by New Yorkers Docs Your Garden side development, Mrs. M. P. Nel Agnes Luuuhlm. pounds use the diet at the right. .
included Mr. and! Mrs. Walter Grow" Is the theme of the Stuart Dec.: 19-Admitted, Sally I] Use this diet for each meal for two das and you will be
P. Nass, Centerport, tong Island Garden Club's Spring Flower Showto son.High school Mrs. C. Holmes, Betty Dennison Evubcllc I and with it use Alfar-Boutwell farm 5 pound lighted| !
N. Y.; Mrs. Anne Gundlich! he held! Feb. 29 and March 1at 1 gardeners, Collins, Ricky Crary, Edith Jackson fresh Cottage Cheese.
and family, the Bronx N. Y.; Mr. the Woman's Club. H. Munch; junior gardeners, Mrs. William Irons, Clara Fogarty
and Mrs. Sheldon F. Porsylhe, Mrs. I.. M. Johnson, chairman R. C. Johns; properties and dismantling Wanita Emmeck, Amanda Utecht,
Londonville, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs, hal announced the following committee Mrs. Mat Aucrhuch and Carol Sue Shelton and Joan Stan. ,
Arnold! Fein, New York City; and! chairmen to aid the club Mrs. I. U. Kanarek; judges' lunch- cil; discharged Suanne Pant/er
Edward V. Kelly, Wayne Kelly, irciiident, Mrs. John W. Hussey: con, Mrs. W. C. Armor; judges' Arling Clark, Charles Gay, Betty
James Kirkup Wililam Entcn- general chairman Mrs. L. M. coffee, Mrs. D. S, Hudson' and Dennison und Sally Holmes.
mann and Robert Entcnmunn Johnson; schedule Mrs.! J. W. Hus- Mrs.. William Walters; hospitality.Mrs. Dec. 21)( -Admitted, H a r I e n
Brentwood, N. Y. cy and! Mrs L. M. Johnson; stag' Charles Clrccnlccs; bake sale Marion Helen Hester, I Isabel c I ALL ABOARD FOR
Guests from Canada included.Mr. ng, Mrs. S. Paul Bryant und Mrs. co-chairmen. Mrs. R. N. Kuhn, Downs Tina Wiggins, Leonard!
and Mrs. H. J. Klasscn' of St. C H. Turner; entries, Mrs. Donald Mrs Ethel Mitchell and Mrs. Kenneth Garrison 1 hea Peterson, Tom
Hiljire and Mrs C. Walsh of St O Kelly; classification Mrs. W. Griffith. Wyatt und Margaret Girard; discharged .
Arnold! Ciesner; The flower arrangement classes Wanita Emmeck Viola
Judges! Mrs H. R. Swinglchurst! ; ore for Garden Club members only Holland\ Anne Hogan, Mary Kane, ALFAR
O clerksMrs. Robert Fenton; awards whereas the horticulture display Terry Gene Bailey, Franklin Richardson Ice Cream
Miss Juan Roos; publicity M r I. is open to everybody. All resident and Elizabeth I Dye.
Grunt Chamberlain; posters, Mrs. of the area are urged to enter their Dec.;; 21-Admitted.:: Harold I
Wesley Foss and Mr. W. Ira Wil plants and cut Hi wen for exhibit, Murtm, David! Forre ter. Martha tJ 4tY :111118r
Hea a h liam; program, Mrs. Ray N. Friel; The flower show this year it i for Powell, Dcwey Huilt, Charlotte I.
ticket Mrs. A. Y. Sawyer; birds the benefit of the civic bcautifica- Schlovser, Emma Jourdan, Norman '
IIEAWEN ''JY and conservation, Mrs. Warren tion fund and! a very large McNeil, Curtis Johnson and Kath- Now until January 31 '
Corliss!; commercial Mrs, Richard ance is expected. Tickets ern Porter,; discharged Louis Bell DAIRY INC.
Hupfel; educational the bookshelf available at $1 I each for otlend'j! Edison Glenn Harmon Norman
NEIVJWfDO Miss Jean Roan, and exhibits road- 25 cents for children. McNeil, Glenn Storms, Mrs. Frank l
Zprn and baby girl", MargaretPinkston
Mrs. James Stancil i and
II Edgewater Activities I baby boy and! Ricky Crary. SAVINGS
Dec. 22-Admitted, Bertha
foittienflllDAlS Mrs Mike, Linda Mead., Thelma Bloom,
Margaret Pcrtncr of
Bright. Ington W. Va., to be with her Ernest Gamble Robert Schackmun,
on, Mich. has arrived to spend the parents for the holidays and! Karl Borrmunn; discharged,
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wason.Mr. A benefit turkey bridge( was Tom Wyatt Nancy McPherson
and Mrs. Edward Rosen- held in the solarium before Christmas Curtis Johnson, Tina Wiggins! and
berger of New York City, who to provide funds for a turkey Harold! Murfin. ROYAL ICE CREAM
For The Holidays have purchased the Ed Llcbe residence to be given to a needy family. Coffee Dec. 23-Admitted, Thomas
adjoining Edgewalcr, will and cakes were served. The Wyatt, Elizabeth Bowen Ronald
And EverydayAt. remain until their new homo i it coffee cake was mado and donated Mjttix, Roy Heatwole, T err en Chocolate Marshmallow
furnished. I by John Heemsuth. Pacer, Willie L 0 f tin.I Patricia

Miss Sharon Stomoff of Cocoa The Christmas tree decorating Matthews.!! Bonnie Burgess and
Beach is spending the holidays with ceremony was held tho Saturday Cheryl Buser: discharged, Amanda boy! Now you can get! Alfar-Boutwell's Royal Chocolate 79cOh

her grandparents, Mr and Mn. before Christmas in the solarium Utecht Dewey Huitt Harry Ice Cream with lots and lots of miniature marshmallows half
Robert Kain.From all guests.. being invited to partici Tharp, Amelia MacFarland, Inez
PelicanBeauty Creskill, N. J., Mn. pate.A. fowling, David Mouse, Carol Sue blended throughout. and SAVE 20c a half gallon

Doris Repkay, Nan and Craig,;, Christmas Eve party was enjoyed Shelton. Robert Schackman and gallon
came to be with Mrs Repkayi by all guests. I he highlight Frank Primeau.
Salon mother Mrs. James Craig during of the evening was the arrival of Dec. 24-Admitted. Reginald!
Christmas week. Santa Claus John Hccmsuth in all Powers; discharged Ronald! Mattix,
Evenings by Appointment Mr. und Mrs. L. C. Mann arc his red! vest finery und! the jinglingof Dewey Wyrick, Cheryl: Buscr, Alder :
Myrtle Clark Claire Scranton in Miami to be with relatives over bells, and! his huge bug of surprise Ciirurd, David Forrester t Thcl- SPECIAL!
the gifts for all. Hn ma Bloom, Linda Mead. Bertha LFAU
holidays. appearance
215 OSCEOLA AT 7-3484 Mike,
was honored with tremendous ovations Hurlen Marion und Lucious I'aInlI3each
Miss Sherry Stone Hew to Hunt-
Hinton.
guests,' singing "Santa Clans s ] :4
is taming to 1 town,' and "Ru Doe 2.5-Adrn tted. Katherine ALFASTRAWBERRY ]
dolph the Red-nosed Reindeer." Cuufield!, Dorothy Combs Eula
thousands of Alter the gift distributing ceremony Miller Jean Sidling, Minnie Tay ; M

punch, fruit cake, cookies, lor und Yvonne Queen; discharged Cherry Nut"
and cheese Tom Wyatt, Corine Spradley '
spreads
were con+untcd.
Sam Cason und Parker Pearson. ICE MILK
+eachers. D'C. :!Admitted., Carrie i
A
sumptuous Christmas buffet Wiley, Paul Ncwhousc, Lillian 1 here we fewer calories in each taste ICE CREAM

dinner the !solarium was held for at all I 1:30 guests: p.m.and in Montforte, JoAnn McGee, Martha templing spoonful. of Alfur-Botirwell .For u delightful experience in good eating try
lviri = friends. The bulfet Ha/en, Doris Fathauer Elizabeth berry Ice :Milk Be sure to get a half C
IT'Th.y'r. $.I table and dining Palm
CQ' Igo tables were festively decorated Bibbec, Bertha Schnubcl, now and SV> E lOc. 5trllw.5 9 Beach: Cherry Nut ke Cream. 'I hereIN
Willard Bowman Thelma Bloom, not ke cream quite like it.
with garlands of scarlet THRU \NU.\RY 31 half
: } :fos poinsct- Joan Eger und Jason Rockecharlic "
qne tins and fern Florida :
in ; holly was discharged William Neal Leonard SAVE IOC & $1.29 half gallon
arranged in
musses the buck-
Garrison und! Carol! Hoke.
cartful driven typical of' tens of thousand ground!; varicolored! chrysanthemums Dec. 27-Admitted, Donna
and! the colored!
who are making important saving on their auto Inswr lights the Christmas twinkling Rogers William Jackson and!
on tree all
one the SAFECO way. Can YOU enjoy th.i. savings combined to transform the !solarium Mrs.Van Lester Buren Knapp; discharged,
AA as. No obligation. And becouto Ifi "Mlecll..H into an exotic scene of northern Mrs. Willie Wiley und! baby boy,

available to cartful. driven only-SAFECO offers the and southciit Christmas spirit Mrs James Burgess Qucnn und and baby baby boy girl,, Available from your ALF AR.BOUTWELL

broadest and strongest protection available any. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCarthy of loin Clark, Evabelle Collins, Willie
who*. Day and night claims tervlco throughout the Arlington, Mass, were expectedto Loftin. Paul New house, and
arrive this week for their annual JoAnn McGee. Milkman or from these fine ALF AR-
Ration If careful driver deserve
art a this
you winter
you month's vacation. Ed Dec. :!Admitted, Ella Morgan .
BETTER Insurance AT LESS COST1 is our great golfer and fisherman Katherine Rudd and! Naomi
A New Year's Eve party was King; discharged, Dorothy Comb, BOUTWELL Ice Cream Dealers.Stuart
ask us for NEW LOW held in the solarium. A bridge Terrence Pacer, Thelma Bloom, DAIRY INC. .
was followed the usual
party by Jason Rockecharlie, Roy Heatwole,
hutfct spread!, and punch and egg- Minnie Taylor Lli/abelh Bowen,
nog were served: at midnight.Mr. : Edith Jackson! and William Irons. Ft. Pierce
Dec. 29-Admitted.! Washing
e and Mn. Earl::: Tillman ton Thompson' Thomas Thurlow,
Stuart Drugs Salerno (Henry's Western Market
entertained at a cocktail. party New Christine Marcclino, Courtney
Yean Eve, prior to attending the Swigart David Bogue, and! Patricia O'Connor's Sundries 1120 Avenue D
party at the Elks Lodge Among Burnett; discharged, Karl Borr- tlobe Sound
{ those attending from outoftownwere man Van Buren Knapp, Mn. AlA Highway
''co'n a 'YOU'I $!t 1ve w fh 4f ,O : : Mrs. Eva Donnun and Cecil Larry Matthews and baby boy. Nutmeg Sundries Store Jupiter
Stevenson, Lakeland; Mr. and Dec. 30-Admitted, Cairmclla Country
Mrs. Charlie Pope Cocoa; Mr. Sums Frank Surris. Raymond U.S. No.1 AlA Highway Jupiter Sundries
and Mrs Charles Tronee, Clearwater Forburgcr, Anthony Lloyd Marcia
Center St. and Old Dixie
R. V. JohnsonREALTOR and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Winthrop Fletcher Owens Gwen.
Sloan, Fort Pierce. dolyns Weigand Claire Motley,
Mrs. Otto Kubin spent Christmas i Vance Howard,
Parker,
Henry
AND INSURANCE with her cousins, Mrs Marie Peter Goetz and Mack Donald; CALL AT 7-2464 FOR REGULAR HOME DELIVERYA
FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING (@? ) Rouse Fort Lauderdale: and Ed discharged, Mrs. Richard Schlos-
AT 7-3366 Archer, Palermo, Me., in Fort ser and twin girls, Mrs Oscar Rogers
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"'" \ C of C Seeks: : Bids /annc and Bonnie from West! Palm appreciate visits and 1 cords from Tire STUART ((Florida) NEWS Thursday, January. 2. 19(4 1-8
I Beach, lor the holidays. her friends during her convajescnse. Club AwardsStuart
Hobe Sound NewsANN Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce Trio Carpenter left Sunday aft- Sailfish STUART SAILFISH WINTER TOURNAMENT

CHAMBERS, has turned over to County or spending: Christmas with his Bobby Boddy.011 of Mr. and (Nov. 1. April 30))
Commissioner lick Suundcrson father. C. A. Carpenter. Trii Mrs. Harold Buddy of Hobc Hills Sailtish Club has issued Citations for sailfish. and other
Correspondent Phone 546-5359 specifications for shuffleboard returned SAILFISH: (Women's length division-Mn. Gene T.
_. courts and a pavilion to be erected: to Boston to spend a few Is spending the holidays whh his citations! and tuitions enough l the fish: Mrs. Ed)the C. Bennett Tampa Whisker, Melbourne Beach "Spray II," Captain
eP'z 11r X "?ta.rdaraMD11 -LI in Olympia Park. Bids will be days with his brother before returning parents. Bobby' attends the University Chamber of Commerce office to four-foot, five-Inch sailfish; Ray Young .. ... .... .......... 8 ft f.
to the University of Michigan of Florida. the following anglers who caught
Mrs. Ester: Burns, Stuart
!sought. twenty-
First Aid Squad where he is a sophomore. and released !sailfish: BARRACUDA: R. S. McGahee Eau Gallic, "SkipperII
Mr. and! Mrs. Norris Bass held Mrs. M. B. C'ogbill. Pittsburgh eight-pound/ snook!.; J. G. Parrish ," Captain L. Buck .... ............. 25 lb.
PERSONALSMr.: ,. Rev. and Mrs. Floyd B. Hagcr open house on Christmas Eve in Pa., seven feet, six inches and lour Belle Glade eighteen-pound tripletail BONITO: Bruce Sullivan. Ki.skinimee, "Marbob III,"
Will Hold Course and Mrs. R. L. Artope 01 and Neck family Rev.moved to Fort will be Myersthis the I I their home time in Hobc had Hills. A very feet nine inches; M. B. Cogbill Jr., ; Leonard Slander Stamford Captain Bob Scrim her ... ...... ............ 18 lb. 3 oz.
Hagcr was
Plutus Avenue. had over merry by numerous
as guests
Hobe Sound First Aid Squad the holidays Mr. and Mrs. Philip pastor in a new church there. lucid and out-of-town guests seven feet and seven feet three Conn., seven-foot sailfish; Mary CII.NNFLSS: E. R. Loroff. Frecmont. Ohio ...... 21 lb. 8 or.
inches while fishing aboard' the"Hobo" Ann Wilson, Hashrouck JACK CREVALII. Michael
Heights! Wright. Detroit.
held their and
Thurs Artope son daughter-in-
an open meeting on law from Miami and Miss! Carol Mr. and Mrs. Paul E Mahan Jack King, ion of Mrs. Joyce with Captain'' Jack Whiti-. N. J., seven-foot six-inch sailfish "Marybob III". Captain Bob Scrimsher ................ 2J lb.
day Dec. 27, at the civic center. returned to their home this week King and grandson of Sir and car; Gary R. Stewart Cape Canaveral while fishing aboard the "Spray
MANGROVE
Sue Artope their daughter, fromAtlanta SNAPI'ER: A. M. Newbold, Stulil1.. Jib.
The squad is planning on starting after spending Christmas in Miami Mrs. C. A. St. Ongc, is spendingthe six feet, seven inches; 11" with Cupiain Ray Young.
Ga. RED SNAPPER: Carl Sicbert, Jensen
W. Scott Milford Mich., Beach "Bij
lovejoy
with friends and rel.&lil'eLMr. holidays with his mother. JackIs
first aid courses! soon so allthou Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Chambers I a freshman at the University of six feet seven inches, while fishing Mary Katherine Cron Gainesville Day," Captain Locke ..................... IS lb.
three-inch tail-
who are interested are urged had as dinner guests Christmas and Mrs. Clayton) Corn- Florida. aboard the "Cartuno", with fish Dick seven-foot Powers, Lake!. SEA TROUT: George Donovan, Jensen Beach ............ 10 lb. 4 oz.
to contact T. R. Chambers stock and family Christmas ; Spring
president Day Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Raulcr- Day with their son spent and daughter Miss Holly (Comstock daughterof Captain Louie !l.unn. N. J., seven-foot two-inch sailfish SHEEPSHEAD: Hugh E. Sheppard, Stuart ................ 9 lb. 13 OZ.
or Mrs. Ruth Thomas sec- son and daughter Osann from Mr. and Mrs. Lance Comstock and Mr. and Mrs.! Clayton) Comstock Sirs Ruth Blacksheur!. Washington and a twelve-pound wahoo; FredF. SNOOK: Mn. Esther Burns. Stuart ... ...................... 28 lb.
Okecchohcc!. : Mn. Opal Pullout D. C.. six feet seven inches: ; ._ ..
) Schock: Jr.. Luke N. J.,
Mn.t icorge Perez of Pine Ridge is spending Spring -- ----- ---- ---
and daughter. Nancy from Lake ill Gus Fricdricks. St. Leonard, Md..
family seven-foot, one-inch sailfish anda
retary.DANCE and of Fort Lauderdale the holidavs with her
WITHA Park and Miss Betty Jane Slot! parents. seven; feet; John Rainsford 111, forty-fivc-pound l wahoo, while
I of Stuart. Mr. and Mrs Paul Bccoltc have Miss piano Martin is spending Fdgef: icld, S. C., six feet ten inches fishing aboard the "Gunnel II"
Smile To The Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Dahlquisl had us holiday guests their son the Christmas holidays with her while fishing aboard the "Spray with Captain A. A. NVhiticur. Powder Puff
mother Mrs. Ann Martin. 11" with Captain Ray Young
of Heckler!" Avenue had Mrs. Alma and family from New Jersey. Dianeis Ronnie Krutz. Pahokec nine-
CARL GRECOSTYLE I Belanger an:their daughters Su- Misses Kathy and Sally Falk I attending Palm Beach Junior inch speckled!. perch; John Jarvis BEAUTY SALON
arc spending the holidays with College. Ii) lobe Sound" Saturday after t Cherry Hill/ N. J., sailfish; L. C. 1
"... ...0 WORLD'S 1 their parents. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Mr. and Mn. Roy Abhiams of spending Christmas their homein Brown Palm Bay sailfish, while -
Falk of Jupiter Island. They both Miami, spent Christmas Day with East Alton, III. fishing aboard the "Gulfstrcam"with ? Now Open 6 Days A Week
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS I LARGEST attend the University of Florida Mn. Abhrams' parents, Sir and Miguel Von K. Jourdan.
DINNER DANCES 'aaoa.aft guys MUUICI vununCoJIj .I Din Howard McMillion of River David Chambers: returned home and Wright, Detroit.Mich. iL +J M0ND,1Y-SATURDAY:'
Maul I. Box S. !! Sirs Ann Hogan has returnedto Fork Ranch. Monday after spending' [ ., tucnry-six-pound l jack erevulle -
Hob. Sound Florid. sun' "IIV"uUWWwKstelMr" her home on Olympus Avenue with Leo Hahn in Jacksonville.ill while fishing aboard. the '
I .. Rob.rt M. J.hn.oa I alter undergoing surgery for a Mr. and Din E. A. Wcivscnfluh I-eo is a former resident of \Hobc "Marjboh 111" with Captain Bob I !Next to Post Office AT 7-4983
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T.t..qn. I.-Iln T.3112. broken!. hip. Mrs. Hogan would end daughter Sue, returned Sound Scrimsher.







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AM 1964. A Bright New Year I'm (ho only year you'll have this

coming year And I plan to bring you a new challenge new oppor.

tum'tics. renewed faith and high hopes that all of these will be f ul.

I filled I'll give to each and every one of you .11 fresh clean slate. and

you can write upon it with words and deeds of your own choosing .





I AM 1964 I'm all ready to go to work for you right now, if you

want me to. Or, if you prefer, I'll be happy to just rest with you and

t abide with you. But what I want you to know is that I am YOUR New

Year and I'll be yours all year .,
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I AM 1964 I bring you TIME. .an entire year of it with all Its '

months. and weeks its days and golden hours And all of us '

here at your First National Bank of Stuart send you our Very Best Wishes

We hope sincerely. that you and yours will enjoy every minute

We wish for you the blessings of good health happiness peace of

mind and prosperity. throughout 1964 .



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OFFICERS DRIVE.IN TELLERS SECRETARIES NEW ACCOUNTS

I). /Iudson-President Marilyn Lavonne Goode Katherine A. Ouellette 'Alma L. ColeSWITCH

David B. /rows-Executive Vice President Rose R. 'Walton/ Share K. Welker .

D. S. Hudson Jr.-Senior Vice President John E. Todd Bobbie Gerard I BOARD OPERATOR,

Dale M. Hudson-Vice President

Roland Merrell/ ;-Vlcc President & TELLERS BOOKKEEPING DEPT. Rt/a ill Miller

Trust Officer
Carrie Belle Law-Cashier Betty' G. Abbott June K. Spells-I lead Bookkeeper VAULT CUSTODIAN

James Anthony ///-Assistant Cashier Dorothy W. Ward Thelma Childers
Henry DoringMarie
Charles R. Schad-Assistant Cashier Evelyn! B. Roberts Jeanne II. Walker/ 'C.

Katie Hurst Vickers C. Kennedy

Bette J. Kindberg Frankie J. Taylor JANITORS'/. .

TIIRIFTI CHECK DEPT Mary Ellen 0'Rear Grace MeyersBarbara David Mctise .

Emily M. Beach Jean Kelso Lonnie Langston 1] '., .
Doris E. Uhl SAVINGS; TELLERS Mary AlICe Bridgers
Lorene K. Tatum

Dorothy Addy Martha V. Strunce COOK 4
PROOF DEPT.A
Nancy Eleanor Rap lid Maureen Elizabeth l'a sider'o Carrie Stein McGert

lice P.t Gaskins ; Maureen F Luke :; A.*. a'
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Beverly Rose Van Home i .,ot.
LOAN TELLERS Linda Hare 1' ,,, _
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Jeanne.Holdhan Nelson

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2-B TUF STtART (Ha.* NT.W: Thursday., January 2, 1964 Mrs Ham Blbhce of Clarissa! < ..
L I ; Road, i a M patient 41. Memorial INDiAOwN'NTNEWS
__ Hospital, where Martin -
4: l went uirgcry on Friday. She is reportedly -
CHOICE SPRING LAMB SALE JENSEN BEACH NEWS I doing nicely. \

MRS. Jf'kil.EHllnhN, Correspondent AT '1176&I Don't forget! the Thrift Shopon
Commercial Street when wondering DIANE GALE. Correspondent
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LEGS whole or I WWI Barracks and Auxiliary your ly-sized Christmas presents and incorrect AI I II I *
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butt half' proceeds go to the building of the Prizes Awarded
new sanctuary of the Community
To
I Stage Joint Installation Church. For Decorations

C. W. Best of Devon. England
I Election of officers will be held I to the Sunland Chapel Fund; $10( is visiting his brother and sister
CHOPS ShoUld lb. 49c at the next regular meeting of the I was sent to the Veterans Hospital In-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Best of Indiantown Business and Professional
WorM War I Auxiliiiry on Fn1dn I I in Coral Gables to help provide South Indian River Drive. This I Is W 0 m e n' s Association
I \. Lan' t ;HI the old! ommunilY i I I Christmas' cheer for the patients Best's first trip to the Mates and he awarded prizes for the t h 'l' i
Church j and a small contribution was made is enjoying our Florida sunshine prettiest outside Christmas decor
I After completion of business, towards the purchase of fruit for aliens in Indianlown.
much. He plans to remain
Special.! "Super-Rlghl" Pure I the auxiliary will join Barrack 854 patients at the Indian River Nursing very until Starch First prize of $10 went to the
RIB CHOPS lb. at the community: center f o r u ,I Home. Austin residence at 270 Yah.ilu
PorkSausage ,joint meeting 10 \dneut plant for Mrs. Hazel Buckingham of 20 I:)Ire<:t. Second prize of $7 *OI.."
79c I then ,m\lillHlK>n dinner which; I I''Meadville Crowd' Coconut Road, spent a Christina, I awarded! to the Mills residence .u
will prcee"MaUntion: of of. holiday as the guest of Mr. and 906 Fourth Street and third prize
'liter on fhurviay. itn.fi.\ I'{I! Met at Christmas Mrs. Mark Bishop of Tarpon Center of $5 was given to the Case homeat

LOIN CHOPS At the Christmas: party on Dec. I,I A community turkey and trim. ,Sunday Venice. She returned homeon 221 Lee Street.
lb. 20. donation were given 'to a'Christnus minus dinner was held at'1 p.m. Honorable mention went to the}
fund to be wed to help I Christmas Day at the J en ten Bobby Gunn who has beer Kiwunis for their Nativity scene
1.lb.1 1 00 bring a little Chnsmas cheer to Beach Women's Association club. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs In front of the Indiantown Volunteer -
3 $ many let fortunate one. i I house' on Route! 707 by a groupof Henry Gunn Jr. and family ovet Fire Department.The .
bags WESTERN CORN FED PORKFiitStkks A* .1 I result, ten local shut-ini re1ccivcd i persons!! familiarly called "The the holidays!!, delighted the congre judges included Mrt. Alex
plants to brighten their I I Meudville Crowd," due to the fact gallon of the Community Churchby Gibson Sirs Betty Norris and
days; a basket of fool! was sent to I that all of them came here from playing the organ at Sunday State Representative William E.
a needy family of six; two baskets Meadville. Pa. services, Owens
alb of fruit were sent to two men with.
; LOINS lb. I Many are now year-around reii Mr.
half f 45cl0oz,4 out families; a contribution was dents of the Jensen BeachRioarea and Mrs Joseph McBriJe WALDRONS HOLD
made towards t h e colored chil.dren' and three children of Glen Burnit, BARBECUE
Christmas party: a $S donation 'J ; two couples attending t h edinner Md.. are! visiting Mrs. McBride'smother
was given to the Jensen I now reside. In Riviera Beach, Mrs. Jane Livermore, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Waldron
QUARTER SLICED PORK LOIN"SuperRight1 Beach Women' Association to he and others have: winter homes her aunt. Miss. Peggy Bean, .a t hc.l\: barbeciiei dinner for their
added to their Chrilmadonalion I, here. their Coconut Road home. They friends anj relatives on Christmas
: 100 \ i Thirty-nine were present at the arrived the Saturday before Christmas .
Day.The
Pkgs. I ----- -------- Christmas dinner which was arranged and plan to leave on Friday, barbecue was held in Mrs.
CHOPS..1 Ib I by a committee headed Jan. 3, to return home. Last Sat. Doris Waldron's yard where there
"' | 59 C I Lighting Contest I by Mrs Jay Klcckncr and com urday, the McBridcs and Mrs, Livermore was plenty of activity and games
posed of Mrs. Thomas Hall Mrs. enjoyed a trip to the Everglades for all age ,roups.Aoout .
AI eatsBologna. 'Winners Named Ray Damon Mrs. Gerald Mason National Park, where the forty friends attended
Mrs John Bean and Mrs. Colin children fascinated
were at seeing from Okeechohee, Fort Pierce
SUPER RIGHT CHOICE BEEF CALIFORNIALunch Urquhart. live
alligators.
Olive Stuart and Indiantown.
Winners in the Garden Club's
Christmas lighting contest' have The tables were attractively Mr. and Mrs. of
Ralph
Luncheon semi been announced. decorated with Christmas candles Third Court, Waverly Henry Heights, Church of God
Spiced
ROAST Ib 69 C Winning cash awards in the and flowers. were hosts on Christmas Day tc Has New Pastor
__ y boneless various categories were : Mrs. There was an exchange of gifts out-of-town guests!! and several
Richard Wheeler, Sunview Road with Ain Jack Carpenter performing
neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rev. and Mrs. Elbert Moss andtheir
3 6.oz. 69c unique class; Raymond Kling, thir the duties of Santa Claus. Hollander of Wainfleet Canada four boys have recently moved
pkgs. teen-year-old! of Mr and Mrs I Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. summer neighbor of the Henrys to Hinsons' Trailer l Park from
BBHB '. Joseph A. Kling North Indian John Bean Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd are spending the winter I n St. Stuart.
River Drive and Morgan Sprottof Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. AI Darby, Petersburg, but came to Jensen Rev Moss will be the pastor
Park Road, tied for the Christ- I Mr. and Mrs Gerald Mason, Mr, Beach for Christmas with theit old i for the Church of God in Jndiun-
Page Broad, Fine or Extra Wide miss theme so they were awarded and Mrs. Jay Kleckncr, Mr. and i friends, and went on to Miami be. town. Hell also employed by
equal prizes; Horace Donnelly, Mrs A. Bell, Mr. and Mrs Jack fore returning to the west coast. Dickerson, Inc., in Stuart.
Crossroads Hill most beautiful Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Lee Local neighbors included Ralph !
EGG 1 Ib.rice. and Harper and Jean. Quinn, commercial Stockwell, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jallow, H.: O. Haines and Mrs. HERE AND THERE
NOODLES : 29c Heasley, Mr. and Mrs. James Cos- frances Hubbell.
Winners of ribbons!! were: Mrs. ney, Mr. and Mrs. Ruhin Brunot It was a seven pound seven
George Nunn South Street; Aaron Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yankovlch High School Grads ounce boy for Mr. and Mrs Bobby
1 J. Mace 223 Melba Drive; John. Miss Christine Kebort, Mr and Rogers, born Friday Dec. 27 at
nie Shaw Marian Avenue; Tru- Mrs. Charles Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Should Apply Soon Martin Memorial Hospital Mr.
Special! Cherry Star Solid (no oil .added packed in water) man Bright Sewalls Point; Perry Harvey Futch Mr. and Mrs, Colin For FSES Exams Rogers is the son of Mrs. Doris
Estate; Frank Dohson Marguer Urquhart, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph iValdron..
ite (Court; William Cook Marguerite Reddick, all of this i vicinity; ; and Examinations of .
1. I Court; William Jacobs, Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krieter of special Importance Larry Durrance Jr., a teller at
00 to school
high
TUNA graduates considering the First Bank of
WHITE 3 Indiantown
received
cansBig $1 Road; Ernest Baker, Skyline Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. Ray employment with various his notice last
Friday to
Drive; Edwin D. Miller, Skyline Damon and Mr. and Mrs Thomas state agencies, will be conducted report to the United States Army
Drive; H. H. Dettmer, Sunny Hall of Riviera Beach.
in 1964 according to Florida .
Acres early In Fort Jackson, S. C., on Monday
Road and Helen's
Shop on The afternoon was spent play. Merit System Director Gerald L Jan. 13.
Value Jane Parker Freshly Baked EnrichedWHITE Commercial The appreciation Street. of the Garden ing cards and other f.lmesflDDLETONS Howell.

Club is extended to the commit- !\ ENTERTAINAT High school graduates with no Party Ended

14 oz. I tee Mrs., including Christian Mrs.Kalb William and Weiss Mrs. PALMETTO APFS. formal as persons work having experience a recognized as well Spots Began

BREAD 2 1 loaves -3-1 c I Basil Vincent, who acted as judges! Mr. and Mrs. William Middle. equivalency certificate, may obtain .
!JTTd MfC1ean Quinn; who l lettered I ton t>f"thePnlmettcr Aptirtments' !!, applicatiars-4rlenks) i at all officesof Miss .Vicky Slocumb twelve/
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. BJL
the ribbons were hosts nt a turkey dinner on I Florida State Employment
I Christmas Day to many of their Service. Adequate training match ilocumb, gave a Christmas part "?' '/
regular guests. I ed to job standards by central of. last t week at her home for her ,
Special! Jan Parker Freshly Baked In Lions Enjoyed I Enjoying the turkey and trimmings rice Merit System personnel' I in friends.
Ib, y Christmas Party were: Mr and Mrs. Jennings Tallahassee serves to admit every The center of attraction was a

CHERRY PIE ....... ........ each 45c a. r s B. Craig, Greenbelt Md.; applicant to examinations for marshmallow snowman holding
a William Weiss!!, chairman and Mr and Mrs. Fred McKinney, which he qualifies the director candy canes and lending a jolly
Special! Jan Parker DeliciousPINEAPPLE s master of ceremonies for the Lions Hudson Falls. N. Y.; Mr. and !said! and applicants qualifying on welcome for the guests. .
Ib.cacti. .. Club Christmas party at Seymour'sInn Mrs. Charles M. Langston, Beu- these tests will be ranked to fill The guests included Pat Marin
r Mich. Fenn O. of Vermont misting' and future vacancies dun Miss!! Lucille Tucker Ronald
.I Dec. lah. Hart
18
PIE 39c on was!! ably assistedby ;
....... ............ I Wally Gardner John Larson, and Charles Erver East leg the year-long life of all job Clements' Miss Evelyn Clements
'... Ed Schmidt Frank Vosberg and Meadow, Long Island N. Y. registers.!\ Mike Gillium. Miss Marlene Glca-
Special! Minute Maid Frozen James Dean. Other guests at the Palmetto Applications received by Jan !\On. David Woolwine and Miss!
"'' Special guests were International who had made other plans for the 23! will provide candidate admittance Judy Shcltra.
ORANGE DELIGHT 6 cans, 99c Red7r Golden Delicious Mcd. SizeAPPLES Counselor Jerry Doyle of West holiday included: William H. Gaul cards to high school graduates and The group danced to record
Fancy Palm Reach; International Counselor Freeville N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. on the Feb 8 statewide examination punch and cookies were served.
Special! TudorBEER Vic Scmet Margate; and Walter Rolle and their two children for: Biological aide I, We understand that the next
Deputy District Governor James Aquehogue, Long Island, N. clerk 1, clerk-typist I, dental assistant day Miss Vicky was stricken with
$1.65 G. V., who visiting Mr and draftsman the measles. What a way to end
ALE 121 es Bennett West Palm Beach were I, duplicating
or ... .. bulli Mrs. Hutchinson Mr. and up a Christmas party.
Sixty-eight members and guests Leroy ; equipment operator I, engineering
enjoyed a fine dinner special entertainment Mrs. Donald Renton and two aide 1, laboratory aide, photographc .
Special! All Crkp Sweet and a delightful socitil children Van Nuys, Calif., who technician 1 I.. racing laboratory ; CIRCUIT FILED COURT SUITS
evening. Each lady came east to spend Christmas anda technician I, radio ( DEC. 24-31))
was presented operator stenographer
MIXED PICKLES ..................... ;: 39c with a corsage and door two-week vacation with Mr. and 1, switchboard operator I George E. Travers Kathleen
2 Lbs 29 ori/e winners were Dottie Weiss Mrs. R. Renton of Indian River 1, transcriber operator, and X- W. Travcrs, and Hideaway Isle
Special! All Crkp Whole Kosher Claire Ness Lil Walker Marge Drive; Joseph S. White Peak's ray technician 1. Inc., vacate Elton S. Schwarz.
Bennett. Greta DeWitt Emily Island, Me., and Marvin Salter The office positions of clerk. Hoke Properties, Inc. vs, Dr.
DILL PICKLES .Q uJ: 33c Jennings Marie Miller Martin Vessel!, Mich.Arriving typist I J. stenographer I and Iran C. W. Odell and Lois Odcll his t
..............._...... FRESH SNOW WHITEMushrooms Wahl. Chick York and Bennett. on Monday were: Mr. scriber operator require passage wife, and Amos! E. Jackson and
and Mrs Herb Snitzer Cheswick of a performance test prior to the Gertrud E Jackson, his wife re-
Special! Lady Betty 69 Mrs. Jeanne Barrett, her son, Pa., who will remaine for the re written examination with such form and rcforeclosure mortgage;
lb.
Richard and her daughter Laurie, mainder of the season as will Mr. performance tests scheduled every Crary. Crary and Crary.
PRUNE JUICE ........"...........rat49eSpecial of Hollywood, arrived here Friday and Air,. H. U Wilson. Colo, 'lows; week at offices of the Florida Mary G. Hazlewood vs. Edna
REGULAR WHITEPotatoes for a delayed family Christmas Air and Mrs. T. O. McGhee. State Employment Service B. Hazlcwood, at executrix estate
Sunnjfli-ld Long Grain dinner with Mrs. Barrett's moth. Crew, Va.; C. D. Saunders Crewe of Frederick W. Hazlewood deceased -
is39c er Mrs. Frances Hubbell, and ,Va., and R, H. BiUlcs, Plainville DURANT IS AGAINON ; rejected claim; William T.

FANCY RICE..........."......... 2 29= uncle O.who H. Haines of Third Court. N.l. HONOR ROLL Kruglak Boston It.Federal
Laurie j is
a high school student Stephen H. Durant, son of Mil. Savings! : and Loan
will remain here for the bal' COMING: EVENTS AT and Airs David S. Durant of Stuart Association vs. Gerald T. Chamsuss -
Bondware ct. Nabkico Premium lb. ance of her school vacation. TRINITY METHODIST a student at Williston Academy and Martha T. Chamness
48 47c 31c 1'otrtkeansstomatruetutlr The Women's of Chrhtldn Easthnmpton, Mass., is on mortgage foreclosure; Courshonand
PAPER CUPS ....,... 7-0. NABISCO pkll. Society honor Courshon.If .
Service will hold its regular the roll for the final mark.
Bondware 10 ct. t P Lay hlln 59 C ae PLAID STAMPS meeting on Monday. Ian. 6 at ng period of the fall term. He has
PAPER PLATES 9" 1DC ... Salon the U. S.
POTATO a UPS pkg .swriw.dn.r"w..e 7:30: p.m. at the church. earned! second honors. were as densely
Chicken of the Sea 6Vi-oz. Minute 14-01. i populated as the Netherlands it
The official board meeting will ,
CHUNK TUNA... J cans '$1 RICE ....... . .. .. ... pkllo dQc si' he held at the church on Tuesday, lead Georgia the Vermont in and Arizoni would have a total of 3,250,000-
states the productionof 000 inhabitants,
Regular Grit U>. Parkay Colored Jan. 7 at 8 p.m. or eighteen times
DIXIE LILY ... ... .... 5 pilIMARCA1U E 1 lib.;.27 C of \ asbestos. its present population.
CHURCH MEETING SET

DETERGENT DETERGENT LIQUID DETERGENT Price In flih ad are good thin The annual congregational meetIng Where this emblem b displayed
Sulurduy, Jan. 4.
: of the Community Church you are
Dreft f t I Ivory Liquid Joy OPEN DAILY 8:30: A.M. BeautyPlO'ISSIONA" will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 14. assured oj the finest insurance service
CLOSE 6:30 PAL : Members are requested to keep in the land.
ftIo U-oZo 2Z-o OPEN: TIL 9 PAL FRIDAY the above date open. .
35c 35c 65c
pkg size size 7 P.M. SATURDAY .
PERSONALS

DETERGENT DETERGENT DETERGENT: : PREMIUM DETERGENT BEAUTY CAREBy Mr. and Mrs M. E. Parsons of
Tallahassee! ,, were guests at the
Oxydol Tide Cheer Duz I Melatetica Cottages for a few days
over Christmas They came to
:35c t8lcDETERGENT VIRGrMA KINNE ,Jensen Beach to visit Mrs. Parson's
':: ::79c ;:33c :; PAULINE: SEGNA mother who lives in Ocean Breeze

FRANCES:'\ REDDISH Park.Mr. w
TABLETS LAUNDRY DETERGENT CLEANER CLE\NSFR and Mrs DeWitt C Thorn

Salvo of Largo are enjoying a week of
Dash N' Comet
Spic Span 1 Itshing' at Jensen Beach. They art

pnt pilI- 79c &faD1 pkl'' 79c Pi g.29c 2 hat 49ta. Now a Pedicures Featuring; *- !staying! Mr. and at the Mrs.Melaleuca William Cottages.Weiss'of W.1 B. TILtONSince

34 N. W. Center Drive entertained -
'Relaxing Facials'WE members of the Garden Club
r CLEANER LIQUID DETERGENT SHORTENING ALL FLAVORS Committed 1921INSURANCE
Christmas Lighting and
M? Clean Thrill 3. Dexo' Hi-C Drinks their husbands! at cocktails and
I D I ARE NOW OPEN dinner on ,. DeC, AGENCY

::c 69d 265c:' 3b. 59c: 34:= $]i.oo MONDAY thru SATURDAY :26 chided, Th\JrsdaMvmift ail Guests Vlh IXNSZN BEACH AT '..1411Q

304 OSCEOLIt..T 7-053 cent and Mr. and Mrs. Christian
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1 Ml TifF STL ART Ola I NTW'r.. Thursday. January 2. 1964 Mrs Harm Bibbee of Clarissa w ::-; -

_....._ ." .. .. Rend, is ,i patient at i Martin Memorial -
Hospital I where she under. INDIANTOWN
4: c went surgery on Friday She is reI -
4 t CHOICE SPRING LAMB SALE JENSEN BEACH NEWS I portedly doing nicely NEWSDIANE \

!MRS 'YRiLEHIIThN, Correspondent AT 7t76I Don't forget the Thrift Shopon
i I Commercial Street when won. GALE CoiwpondHit
I J A. denng what to do with some! or .. ..
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IAE1Gs: : whole or Ib 59 C I WWI Barracks and Auxiliary your ly-sized Christmas! presents and incorrect.A I II I -'fr.Prizes <

butt half proceeds go to the building of the Awafded

a i To Stage Joint/ Installation Church new sanctuary of the Community For Decorations


C. W. Best of Devon, England,
I Election of officers will be heldat to the Sun land Chapel Fund; $1 ID( is
his brother and uster'
visiting
CHOPS shoulder Ib.49c I the next regular meeting of the was sent to the Veterans Hospital Inlaw.Ir.! and Mrs Jack Best, of Indiantown Business and Profcssional -
World War I Auxiliary on Fri- in Coral Gables to help provide South Indian River Drive. This i Is Women i Association |
dui. Ian 'at the old Community Christmas cheer for the patients, Best's first trip to the states and he awarded prices for the three t
I (Church,, and a small contribution was made is our Florida sunshine prettiest' outride Christmas decorations -
enjoying
After completion of business. towards the purchase of fruit for in Indiantown.
very much. He plans to remain
the auxiliary will Barracks 8Mm patients at the Indian River Nursing
Join until March. First prize of $10 went to the
S""lp k'RIB CHOPS Ib.79c the community center for a ; Home. Austin residence at 270 Yatula
joint meeting to discuss plans forth I Mrs. Hazel Buckingham of :20! Street. Second price of $7.S0 was
ir installation dinner, which 'Meadville Crowd' Coconut Road spent a Christmas warded to the Mills resilience ,ii
will precede\ (the installation of officers holiday as the guest of Mr and 906 Fourth Street and third price
on Thursday. Jan 16. Met at ChristmasA Mn. Mark Bishop of Tarpon Center of $5 was given to the Case; homeat
Sausage At the Christmas Dec Venice She returned homeon 221 Lee Street.
party on
LOIN CHOPS and trim-
community turkey
lb. 99 :20! donations Sunday.
were given to a minis dinner was held at I p.m. Ifonorjblc mention went to the
Christmas fund to be used to help Christmas Day at the Jensen Bobby Gunn, who has been Kiwanis for their Nativity sceneIn
bring a little Chnsmas cheer to licach Women'l Association Clubhouse visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, front of the Indiantown Volunteer
Mb.]
3 $1 1 00 many .less fortunate ones on Route 707, by a group Henry Gunn Jr. and family over Fire Department.The .
bags WESTERN As i result ten local shut-in. received of persons familiarly called "The the holidays, delighted the congregation judges included Mr. Alex
CORN
FED PORK
plant to brighten t their i Meadville Crowd; due to the fact I of the Community Church Gibson M,.. Betty Norm and
days; a basket of food l was sent to that all of them came here from by playing the organ at Sunday State Representative William E.
CAPN. JOHNS FRO7ENFish a needy family of six; two basketsof Meadville, Pa. services. Owen
HIhalf fruit were sent to two with.
1 LOINS lb 45c I out families, a contribution men was Many of are now Jensen year-around residents i- MY. and Mri, Joseph McBride W OLD
Sticks the BeachRioarea
made towards I the colored children and three children of Glen Burnie, BARBECUE
two couples attending t the
;
s Christmas party: a $5 do. Md., are visiting Mrs. McBnde'i
I nation was !given to the Jensen dinner now reside In Riviera Beach, mother, Mrs Jane Uvermore, and Mr. and Mrs Melvin Waldron
QUARTER SLICED PORK LOIN Beach Women's Association f i to be and others have winter homes her aunt, M// s. Peggy Bean .a t lieJU.! $ barbecue dinner for their
I added to their Christmas donation i here. their Coconut Road home. They friends end relatives on Christmas
31o.oz$1- I _. I Thirty-nine were present at the arrived the Saturday before Christmas Day.
mixed I II -- Christmas dinner, which was arranged and plan to leave on Friday,, I The barbecue was held in Mrs,,
CHOPS Ib by a committee headed Jan. 3, to return home Last Sat, Doris Waldron's yard where there
::
cuts' 59 C I Lighting Contest by Mrs Jay Klcckncr, and composed urday the McBndcs and Mrs. Livermore was plenty of activity and games
"SuperRight"Lunch ( of Mrs. Thomas' Hall. Mrs. enjoyed a trip to the Ev for all age groups!
Meats \Winners NamedWinners Ray Damon Mrs Gerald Mason; erglades National Park, where th rl About forty friends attended I
Mrs. John Bean and Mrs. Colin children fascinated
were at seeing from Okeechohee, Fort Pierce.
SUPER RIGHT CHOICE BEEF CALIFORNIA Urquhart.The live I
Bologna Olive In the Garden Club alligators Stuart and Indiantown.

Christmas lighting contest have tables were attractively, Mr and Mrs. Hunt' ol
Ralph
Luncheon semi been announced decorated with Christmas candles Third Court, Waverly HelJ-ts: Church of God
Spiced and flowers!.
jj"f lb. 69c Winning cash awards in the were hosts on Christmas Day to Has New Pastor
bonelessSpecial various categories were : Mrs There was an exchange of gifts out-of-town guests and several

Richard Wheeler Sunview Road, with Mrs. Jack Carpenter perform. neighbors.. Mr and Mrs. Frank Rev and Mn Elbert Moss and f
6.oz. 69 unique class: Raymond Kling thir. ing the duties of Santa Claus Kollander of Wainflect Canada, their: four boy recently moved
3 < __ teen-year-old son of Mr and Mrs Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. summer neighbors of the Henrys, to Hmsons'i \a'a; l Park from
pkgs.
Joseph A Kling, North Indian John Bean, Mt. and Mrs. Lloyd are spending the winter I In St. Stuart.
River Drive, and Morgan Sprott Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Al Darby, Petersburg, but came to Jensen Rev. Moss will be the pastor
of Park Road, tied for the Christ. Mr. and Mrs Gerald Mason, Mr. Beach for Christmas with their old for the Church of God In Indian-
Ann Page Broad, Fine or Extra Wide. mas theme, so they were awarded and Mrs Jay Kleckncr I Mr and Friends, and went on to Miami be. town.: He i is also' ; employed by
equal prizes; Horace Donnelly, Mrs A. Bell, Mr, and Mn.: Jack fore returning to the west coast Dickerson, Inc., in Stuart.
Crossroads Hill, m o 11 beautiful, Carpenter, Mr and Mrs. Lee Local neighbors included Ralph
1 lb. and Harper and Jean. Quinn, com Stockwell, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ballow, H. O Haines and Mrs HERE AND-TIIFRE
EGG NOODLES pkg.: 29c mercial. Hen Iey, Mr. and Mrs. James Cos- Frances Hubbell.
Winners of ribbons Were: Mrs ney, Mr and Mrs. Rubin Brunot, It was a seven pound seven
George Nunn South Street; AaronJ. Mr. and Mn Joseph Yankovich, High ool ounce boy for Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
Mace, 223 Melba Drive; Johnnie Miss Christine Kebort, Mr. and Rogers born Friday Dec 27, at
Shaw, Marian Avenue; Truman Mrs. Charles Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Should Apply Soon Martin Memorial Hospital Mr.
Special! Cherry Star Solid (no oil added packed in water) Bright, Sewalls Point; Perry Harvey Futch, Mr. and Mrs, Colin For FSES Exams Rogers Is the son of Mrs Doris
Estate; Frank Dohson, Marguer. Urquhart, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Waldron.
ite Court; William Cook, Marguerite Reddick, all of this vicinity; and
Examinations of /
7-oz. I Court; William Jacob, Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krieter of special import Larry Durrance Jr. a teller at
WHITE TUNA 3 cans $1 00 Road: Ernest Baker. Skyline lakeland, and Mr. and Mn Ray ance to high employment school graduates with various considering the First his Bank of Indiantown, received -

Drive; Edwin D. Miller, Skyline Damon and Mr and Mrs. Thomas state agencies,, will be conducted notice last Friday to
report to the United States Army
Drive: H. H Dettmer, Sunny Hall of Riviera Beach.
In
early 1964, to Florida
according III Fort Jackson; S. C, on Mon
Acres Rood, and Helen's .
Shop on The afternoon was spent playIng Merit System Director Gerald L. day, Jan. 13.
Parker Baked Enriched Commercial 1 Street. cards and other games. Howell.
Big Value! Jane Freshly The appreciation of the Garden
Club i is extended to the commit. MIDDIFTO\S ENTERTAIN High school graduates with no Party Ended,
1 tee, including Mrs William Weiss, formal work experience, as wellas
14 AT PALMETTO APTS.
Q Spots Began
-oz. persons having a recognized
Mrs Christian Kalb and Mrs.
WHITE BREAD 2 1 loaves c Basil Vincent who acted as judges, Mr. and.Mrs. William Middle.ton .. equivalency certificate, may obtain
.JL SrTd MrT"1ean Quinn*no l lettered -.o;'she Ps nTietto-Apartments; opfiicalum Hanks at all officesof Miss .Vicky Slocumb, twelve
the ribbons were hosts nt a turkey dinner on the Florida State Employment daughter of Mr. and Mn J. BJ
Christmas Day to many of their Service Adequate training matched Slocumb gave a Christmas party. t
regular guests to job standards! by central of. last week at her home for her
Special! Jane Parker Freshly Baked in! Lions Enjoyed Enjoying the turkey and trim rice Merit System personnel I In friends.
1J5 Christmas Party mings were: Mr. and Mrs. Jen Tallahassee, serves to admit every The center of attraction was a

CHERRY PIE .. .... .. ........ f :i.45c nings B. Craig, Greenhelt, Md.; applicant to examinations for marshmallow snowman holding r
William Weiss, chairman and Mr and Mrs. Fred McKinney, which he qualifies, the director candy canes and lending a jolly
Parker DeliciousPINEAPPLE master of ceremonies for the Lions Hudson Falls, N. Y.; Mr. and said, and applicants qualifying/ on I welcome for the guests
Special! Jane Club Christmas party at Seymour'sInn Mrs. Charles M. Langston Beulah. these tests will be ranked to fill I The guests included Pat Marin .
PIE..l 4i 39c on Dec. 18, was ably assistedby Mich; Fenn G. Hart of Vermont existing and future vacancies dur Miss Lucille Tucker Ronald I
each Wally Gardner, John Larson, and Charles Erver, East ing the year-long life of all job Clements, Miss Evelyn Clements,
Ed Schmidt, Frank Vosberg and Meadow, Long Island, N. Y. registers Mike Gillium, Miss Marine/ Glcaon .
Special! Minute Maid Frozen lames Dean. Other guests at the Palmetto Applications received by Jan. David Woolwine and Miss
ts 99c Special guests were International who had made other plans for the 23, will provide condidate admit. Judy Shcltra.
ORANGE DELIGHT 6 ; Red Golden Delicious SizeAPPLES Counselor Jerry Doyle of West holiday, included: William H. Gaul, tance cards to high school graduates The group danced to records
Fancy Med.. and
or Palm Beach; International Counselor Freeville, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs on the Fet 8 statewide examination punch and cookies were served
Special! TudorBEER Vic Semet, Margate; and Walter Rolle and their two children for: Biological aide I, we understand that the nextlay
Deputy District Governor James Aquebogue, Long Island, N clerk 1, clerk-typist I, dental as Miss Vicky was stricken with
ALE 12 22 $ -ss G. Bennett, West Palm Beach. Y., who were visiting Mr. and sistant draftsman I, duplicating the measles. What a way to end
.. I Christmas
or up a
Sixty-eight members and guests Mrs. leroy Hutchinson; Mr and equipment operator I, engineering party.
njoved a fine dinner special entertainment Mrs. Donald Renton and two aide I, laftoratorj aide!, photograph.ic .
Special! AU CrKp Sweet and a delightful social children, Van Nuys, Calif, who I technician I,. racing laboratory CIRCUIT COURT suns
FILED
evening. Each lady was presented came east I to spend Christmas anda technician 1 I. radio( operator, stenographer ( DEC. 24-31)

MIXED PICKLES...............9 = 39c with a corsage, and door two-week vacation with Mr and I, switchboard operator George E. Travcn, Kathleen
2 Lb S. 29 once winners were Dottie Weiss, I Mrs. R. Renton of Indian River 1 1. transcriber operator, and X- W. Travers, and Hideaway Isles i
Special! AU Crop Whole Kosher Claire Ness. Lil Walker Marge Drive; Joseph S. White, Peak's ray technician 1. Ine., vacate, Elton S. Schwarz
Bennett, Greta DeWitt Emily Island, Me., and Marvin Salter, The office position* of clerk. I Hoke Properties, Inc. vs. Dr. :
quart Jennings" Marie Miller, Martin Hessel Mich. typist' 1 1. 1 and transcriber C. W Odcll and Lois Odcll, h 1
DILL PICKLES. 33c stenographer s
......................*.... Jar FRESH SNOW WHITE, Wahl Chick York and Bennett. Arriving on Monday were: Mr operator require passageof wife, and Amos E Jackson and i iI
and Mrs. Herb Snitzer, Cheswick, a performance test prior to.the I Serrrude! E. Jackson, his wife, re-
Special! Lady Betty Mushrooms69 Mrs. Jeanne Barrett, her son, Pa? who will remaine for the re- written examination with such form and rcforeclosure mortgage;
40rei, <= Richard, and her lighter, Laurie, mainder of the season, as will Mr I performance tests scheduled every Crary, Crary and Crary.
PRUNE JUICE .............'bottle 49 C of Hollywood arrived! here Friday and Mrs H. L Wilson. Colo Iowa, week at offices of the Florida Mary G. Hazlewood vs. Edna
REGULAR WHITEPotatoes for a delayed family Christmas Mr. ant Mrs f O McGree State Employment Service. ;B. Hazlewood as executrix, estate
Special! SunnyflelJ Long Grain dinner with Mrs Birretts moth. Crew, Vas C. D. Saunders Crewe, DURA"NT of Frederick W. Hazlewood, tie-
39 er, Mrs. Frances Huhbell, and Va., and R H. BiUles,, Plainville, is AGAIN ceased!; rejected claim; William T.
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Ib is: uncle, O 11 Haines of Third Court. N. J. ON HONOR ROLL Kruglalt II.
FANCY RICE 2 ,29c
.......,............. pkg Laurie, who is a high school stu Stephen H. Durant, son of M/ ; Boston Federal Savings and Loan
dent, will remain here for the bal. COMING: EVENTS AT and Mrs. David S. Durant of Stu- Association vs Gerald T. Cham- '

Bondware d. Nubbco"' PremiumNABISCO Ib. ance of her school vacation. TRINITY METHODIST art, a student at Williston Acad- ness and Martha T. Chamness, ;I'
48 47 31 C VNV JrtaMS of emy, Easthampton, Mass, is mortgage! foreclosure; Courshon j
PAPER CUPS ...... 7.oz. << pklo com trim with The Women's Society Christian the honor roll for on and Courshon j
Service will hold its regular : the final mark. !
Bondware J A rt. 15| | C Lays twin 59 C J ; PLAID STAMPS meeting on Monday, Jan. 6 at leg period of the fall term. He has _

PAPER PLATES 1U, $* POTATO OIIPS .., pka, ______________ ____. .e Salon 730; p.m. at the church. earned second honors. If the U.were densely; 1 :
Chicken of the SeaOIUNKTUNA rjSS Minute 14 oz. The official board meeting will populated as the Netherlands it I ,

..... 3 can; $1 RICE ....... .. .. ... pkg. 49c 1 B t t be held at the church: on Tuesday, lead Georgia, Vermont and Arizona would have a total of 3,250000- 1 ,
the states in the 000
Grits Jan 7 at 4 productionof inhabitants, or eighteen times i :
Regular Pnrkay Colored p.m.

DIXIE LILY ... ........ pilI1fRCA1U'IIE* : .. ... 1 lib..27c ( asbestos. its present population :
CHURCH MEETING SET
Price hi flih ad are good thru ofBeauty d :
DETERGENT DETF.RGENT LIQUID DETERGENT The annual congregational meeting Where this emblem h :
Saturday, Jan. 4. of t h a Community Church displayed, you are

Dreft f t Ivory Liquid Joy OPEN DAILY 'JO A.1VL will be held on Tuesday\! Jan 14. assured of the finest insurance service '' :
CLOSE 6:30: PAL Members are requested 1 to keep
I in; the land.
ftIo 12-01. 22.0:. OPEN: TIL 9 PJI. FRIDAY the above date open. :
pilI- 35c else 35c Ibe 65c 7 ..\1. SATURDAY \\
PROFESSIONALBEAUTY PERSONALSMr. \
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DETERGENT DETERGENT: DETERGENT PREMIUM DETERGENT CARENow and Mrs, M. E. Parsons of \
Tallahassee,. were guests at the :
Oxydol Tide Cheer Duz Melaleuca Cottages for a few days \\

By over Christmas They came to s :
-OCc alaDt 79c reI33 c pnt 81 C VIRGINIA KINNE Jensen Beach to vtit Mrs. Parson's \
1 mother, who lives in Ocean Breeze \
PAULINE SEGNA
Park. :
FRANCES REDDISH w
DETERGENT TABLETS LAUNDRY DETERGENT CLEANER CLEANSER Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C Thornof :

Largo, are enjoying a week of \\
Salvo Dash N' Comet
f Spic Span fishing at Jensen Beach. They are \

::t 79c =;t 79c ;;29c 2 149* a Pedicures Featuring*- staying. and at the Mrs.Melaleuca William Cottages.Mr. Wefcs of. W. B. TILTON \:,

34 N. W. Center Drive, entertain \
Relaxing Facials9WE ed members of the Garden Club
DETERGENT SHORTENING: ALL FLAVORS Since 1921INSURANCE :
CLEANER LIQUID Committee
Christmas Lighting and
,/; Clean Thrill Dexo' Hi-C Drinks their husbands at cocktails: and

I I ARE NOW' OPEN dinner on ThUndat vmin,. Dec. j

:!:69 2: 65 C 3 ::. 59c: 34-$1.00: $I 304 MONDAY OSCEOLAT thru SATURDAY 7-0534 cent 26 Included, preceding and M/Mr; and and judging Mrs.Mrs.Basil Christian Guests Vtft- JENSXNBZACD. > AGENCY AT 7-1411 \:

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Thursday, January 2, 1964 FOR REND 31 BOATS SERVICES 6J FOR SALE, Miscellaneous/ : 78 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 9 0I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 Real Estate For Sale per cent in 19dO
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IIU8LDSNQ. ); RENT OUTBOAKU MOTORS REPAIR FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft. waterfront DEEP boat anchorage waterfront I TWO Unit, income property,
.a Tins SYMBOL : 24x36) RQAr pour We have parts for all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS lots High and dnSacrifice home near inlet. Three bedrooms II ten Beach one unit rented & STORAGE 184

$50 MONTH AT 7.2664.2 (ffc) makes. Can test your coil at $35 a foot AT < three baths. High and dry round the other rented for (90)'T
I MEANS TAT and condenser Ulmer Motors, Dial Lowest t Prices in Florida 2595 tf ((90)) Reasonable Owner Write Box X, season This is ideal for a ...-..... ... -...-."""" .......

READERS PAY TO READ HOUSE for rent. Partially furnished AT 7-3355 Your Friendly Dodge 1.2 ((90)) to live in one side while '
Call AT 7.2341. or AT 7. Dealer tf (63)) GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS LARGE building lots close to Inlet year 'round income from the

YOUR ADS INQIIie 0260. )f(35)( ) ORGANS Paved streets Private dock. I NEW tlllO bedroom home one er Illness forces sale and ,.,
AUTHORIZED Johnson Dealer, Reasonable Owner Write Box A. i bath corner lot Legion Heights price I is reasonable Phone

NelU. ONE bedroom apartment for rent. Complete Sates Service Part. EASY TERMS c/o Stuart, News. 1 1-16 ((90)) I 10990. Easy term$ W H. Wagner 2619 or AT 7-5874 ,1-9 ( )
'had ; Pleasant a P tJ. attractive, view Good selection of dependable Used Co., AT 4880 or AT 7-1696.
3 BFDROOMS CBS, 2 old
and access to water: Phone AT 7. Motors Expert Factory-Trained MORITZ PIANO CO. .00 years I tf ((90)) HOME and business three
5892 or AT 7-1903 tf ((35) Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT & 112 No 5th Street $500 down payments to suit. nished apartments Moving,: and Storage
DIAL MOTOR SALES Inc. 440 Rt 707 Ft Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747 $11775 By Owner Phone 287- HOME located in Stuart near location for beauty parlor $ GOING WEST

FOR Rent: Two bedroom furnished in Rio AT 7-0944() tf (63) tf ((78)) 5681 J. tf(90( ) schools 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 900. P. O Box 892 Jensen Part loaded van, nave apace for

ATJantic 7.1550 house, with' carport and N "' "H 1// IN Bahama Terrace A quality retiremcnt central alrconditionmg and heatIng Telephone 287-0918) i 1-2 ( ) average size home furnishings.
Florida Room Palm Store. FOR SALE: Complete line of : Complete sprinkler system
City Wanted 1o Mine 81 home, 2 bedroom, 1 Call AT 7-0878,
Buy ( )
To Place Your FAST SELLING. 11(35)( ) Marine Supplies, Marine Paints, I bath CBS large carpeted living Call AT 7-OJ31 tf ((90)) FOR Sale: High wooded lot Fagen Transfer and Storage

Marine Hardware-everything for .;jlJUIl L room. Built-in Formica kitchen, by 300 on canal in North 500 Flagler Avenue
LOW COST WANT AD LOWER 1-bedroom apartment, your boat Whiticar Boat Works WANT the best price for your large inside utility room with 30 -, Shores Joe Penrod Box 242 u nlu)

available January .1. Newly decorated Port Sewall. tf ((63) car? Call Ralph Bates at 287- by 12 screened porch. All on TRAILERS SERVICES 1(8 art: ,_AT 7-3661 1 1.2 ( )

413 S, California Ave FOR Sale 26 ft Backus Built 1214 Merkle Motors, Inc tf ((81)) beautifully landscaped corner lot. _
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Call 287-0546 or 287-3407. ..-II L II JlbU4 '.""IIIIII"WI .' "" "" <" .' _' ''''''' N"I'
NEWS WANT ADS Plywood Cabin Cruiser with 4. __ !:lid!. L Must be seen to appreciate. For
)1-2(35( ) information call SERVICES OFFERED, MISC. 171
removable venilutmg plastic. Hi S or appointment

RATE) five cent per average ".""'- _..........JII! --4 hp. Chrysler excellent condition, Real....Estate..m'.m'.m.u.For..._Sale_._ ______90 I AT 7-3359 If ((90( ) 1964 Fleetwood ,i11i'V'll\< Ir.., 's' N {" ;-"" """ <"" ,.
word, minimum charge per iuser.q FOR dual batteries and Life -
0R .sm 38 charger
BENT}
FOR Sale wooded lot, 100
tion $1.00 for up to t w INDIAN RIVER -HOBE SOUNDlot : High
raft Good bout
average words). Words in ALL 1IIa ...i!!. .1I, fishing large open adjacent to own lovely by 300 on canal in North River
deck removable canopies. Single my
CAPITAL LETTERS except first HOUSE lour bedrooms three ownership, undercover wet storage, home |IQO ft. en IntracoastalBulkheadcd Shores. Joe Penrod, Box 242 Stuart Mobile HomesI YOUR INCOME TAX PREPAREDBY
two words each.. AT 73661. )I.g (90) I
word, count as baths. Swimming pool. On civet SimiSanJs' Bout House, Jupiter' All improvements. ( )

White spate above or below or Phone AT 7-4133 days or AT Florida, Price $180000. Call l h Will sell to right party for 8000. EXCELLENT buy retired couple At Popular Prices I

within ad will be charged at the 7-3025. evenings. tf ((38)) Temple 2-7811, West palm Beach Phone '546-5266 tf ((90)) Rio-Jensen Beach One bedroom -

number of words (five) that could Florida 1 1-9 ((63)) bath furnished CBS, carport : SPECIAL CLEARANCEOn
TWO bedroom furnished WATERFRONT
waterfront GRACIOUS NEW
be printed in the blank line, PI'2S 7500. Excellent
line )'' home on the St Lucic FOR Sale 26-ft. Chris Craft home I in BAHAMA utility 5 1963 Travel Trailers JOJINA. TAX
cnU per Michigan Avenue in Palm City Cruiser. Outriggers automatic TERRACE. An unusually fine terms 287.2902. Write Box P, These are all '63 new and used LYNCH I CONSULTANT
Stuart News. 1.30
'"Display Classified" rates on By owner. 287-5681 tf ((38)) bilge pump! galley head. Sleeps home with many luxury features. ((90)) modeta. prices start at $850.

application. LIIKJ! 11 four. Loaded with many other Beautifully landscaped waterfrontlot By owner two bedroom retirement We still rent and trade Travel
These are cash rates, for ads extras. JlftOO Phone AT 7-3252 with sea-wall and pier Price home between Rio arid Trailer.
brought or mailed to The Stuart HELP WANTED 43 after 3:30: p.,m. tf ((63)IRAILFRS ) $17 W( O, Call R. H. Lear Owner Jensen Beach Excellent condition. FORMERLY WITH TIlE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
.. -...... 1 AT 7-0l>35. tf ((90)) Receive the Maximum Deductions: Allowed by Law
News with payment If you are a -- .. M Carporte scrviceroom. stove refrigerator few choice
Have lots left
Stuart News mail subscriber or are BREAKFAST cook. $50 for sl)(- & SERVICES 68 OWNER leaving Jensen will take Inquire 812 Maureen a ANY OFFICE: INDIAN RIVER DRIVE, Route 707, JENSEN
and will 8 wide
move,
listed in the Stuart telephone directory day week to start All benefit $2,500- on :jnusual 2 bedroom Court. 1.9 1 ((90)) I Opposite Ocean Breeze Park
ad by telephone J:. trailer FREE to these lots.
place
can your and
you vacation : Walres.eswanted,530
ALSO
furnished home PrivateCourt.
Dial Atlantic 7-1550 and week and tips. Must 46x10 Grassland Trailer with 30 on PRICED for quick sale lovelyone Residence Phone Office Phone:
wool
New all
carpeting custom -
say "I want to place a want-ad." have t transportation Answer in by 10 cabana completely furlishid bedroom home in Jensen AT 7-2534 AT 7-0997
linen drapes reverse cycle air-
Beach at Pine Ave. and Wilkie BACHELORS SPECIAL
lanaasra person, Poor Bob's, Jensen tf Beach(43)) landscaped and. Many air-conditioned.extras Can Fully be conditioner new kitchen famous Court Many good features and Small trailer and Cabana Room Daily: 9 'til 5:30: p.m. tf ((171))

Give mail address a* seen at Anchorage in Rio, tot> No Jensen water Reduced to $10500, lots of storage room. Owner leaving $1,150.00.
your
15000 down Write Box 1827,
Jensen Beach 1-2 ((90)) .
well as your telephone number ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES' 15. 1-2 ((68)) Stuart, or sail evenings I 546- "'" ._w.. .- *" -V'r

in your want-ad. The Smart MOBILE home 1962 Ritz Craft 5358 tf ((90)) 3-BEDROOM house Heat and NOW DELIVERLNG REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190

out-of-ttate News has subscribers hundreds who of GET those Christmas bills off 55x10 3 bedrooms, I 114 baths REASONABLY priced small two air-conditioning awnings 4 miles system to beach hurricane BOTTLED GAS .. .. "....._ ..:I. "" .... ,+ "
10x36 Florida all windows
are your best possible prospects your mind. A' few openings room bedroom house. Carporte, utility $9500 Terms!. Write P. O Box
with aluminum Co
for real estate sales and now available in neighborhood awnings m. 2 screened porches Com Will Buy, Sell, Trade For or
room I 623. Stuart. 1-2 ((90)) I
furnished lot with fruit RIVERFRONT ESTATE
lctcly on
rentals boat, help wanted. territories. We tram you.to pletely furnished newly decorated Accept on Coaslgnment Your
show Avon Cosmetics For interview trees. Automatic washer and two I LOT Pulm Canal SOX ISO. Old Trailer
gardening, trailers, and services Suitable for retired couple who City-on
: write Avon Manager' refrigerators Price $8000. Terms I.. still drive Information call AT $1.200. Will trade for anything

.....: P. O Box 2427, Vero Beach, AT 7-0778. 1 1-9 ((68)) 7-0812; Write Route I, Box) 88-6. equal value. AT 7.2664. 1-2 ((90)) COME OUT AND SEE FOR SALE
Fla. "SANDY" OR
tf'- 16-FT camping trailer Homemade Stuart tf ((90)) .. DON
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CLASSIFICATIONS ((43)) For sale For more information
REGULAR
-- FOR RENT 135 Beautiful
200 Ft. Frontage on
call AT 7.3626.1.2 ((6R)
(Numbers over 100 refer to display HELP wanted Registered Nurse --------- LUXURIOUS LIVING .. I SANDY'STRAILER -
Broad St. Lucie River
classified ads which Pf'earafter for night duty, at resort club FOR Sale 1963 10x50 ---I
the end of the smaller ads, in Write Box S, c/o Stuart News 2 bedroom \ 2 bedroom 2 bath home openi PARK & SALES I

numerical order. Be lure to look 1 1-2 (41)) bath tub and shower. See Mr I i n BAHAMA TERRACE EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS Within City Limits of Stuart
TODAY. Modern convenient 287.5788
in both ) and Mrs Linwood David Rio
places. CURB girl! Apply in A &
[person Trailer Court Rio 12 ((68)) kitchen quality construction 1 Mile N. of Stuart on U.S. 1
W Root Beer 1.9 ((43)) See the BETTER VALUES at ._ u.1148)) City Water
FOR RENT 35-13S 1960 1 10x50 Lihe tyM ;;: bedroom
T BAHAMA TERRACE Open I __ __ _
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FOR RENT OR SALE 38-138 Employment Wanted 48 hide.H-hul. all custom daily 'phone AT 7-0635) ON Ib4 1IIIlum.mrr.Senkfl m. An Original Florida Home
WANTED TO RENT 40/-140 furniture. like I new condition R H. LEAR, builder
HELP WANTED 43-143 .. throughout. Fuhrenz Rio Trailer tf ((90)) THE ST. LUCIEOne Offered, Misc. 171 .Well. Kept and Spacious

FIFTEEN years small office bookkeeping Park, Jensen 1.2 ((68) __ I
Emplojment Wanted 48-148 I experience (Builder) IN Jensen Beach for sale by owner and two-room efficiencies.! Nice Guest Cottage

Bwlnew Opportunities 50-)J50( lave letter of recommendation new two bedroom and three
LOST & FOUND 53-153 Part time or full time Permanent Service Offered, Mbc. 71 bedroom homes. High elevation Spacious shaded grounds FOR YOUR LOVED ONES Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft.

SCHOOLS 54-154 resident AT 70570. tf ((48)) 1 Walking distance to shopping Parking Lot. Boat Dock. MARBLE, GRANITEOR I Well Landscaped With
ShufrUbourd. TV and Lounge
$10,900 end 12900. Will take BRONZEMARKERS
SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 -A. _t, WISCONSIN Stratton.Clinton .
d'r. lots or what have for Large Lawns and Many
a so AIR acreage you
& Week Month Year
USED CARS 58-158 LOST FpUND 53
COOLED ENGINES in stock andtarts down payment. AT 70914. 1/((90)) Beautiful Trees and Plants
NEW CARS 60-ISO .. ..
and men who know how to 624 ST. IUCIE CRESCENT The Symbol of Your Love
ATTRACTIVE NEW 2 bedroom
BOATS Ii: SERVICES 63-163 LOST: One pair Bi.focal Eye Glasses repair them. ULMER MOTORS borne. Central heat modern STUART, FLORIDA Whether you want a monument

TRAILERS &SERVICES 68-168 rtjaIF plastic frames, "or"Dial AT 73355. Your Friendly kitchen. Choice BAHAMA TERRACE Telephone 287-9812 headstone or simple, dignifiedmarker Priced To Sell $29,950.00
Services Offered Mkc. 71-171 Re Mrs. Verlelh, 2t7-( Dodge Dealer. tf ((71))
location A good value at F. E. WOOD Manager we will design it in imperishable See Your Agent or Phone
PLANTS & SERVICES: 75-175 0902. 1-2 (53)) RAY COOKE'S Septic Tank Service SI4.5)0.) R. H Lea, Owner. AT0635 Jf 11181 stone as the symbol

For Sale, Miscellaneous 78-178 LOST black tackle box Cleaning and repairing. Also tf ((90)) of your love for a dear one. AT 7.2607 AT 7-3232
: Large tr (ass)
drain fields and laid.
Ranted To Buy (Mbc.) 81-181 red Interior east end of lOc Dial AT 7-0651 repaired AT re- HIBISCUS Park New house never Stuart Services _
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MOVING &: :STORAGE 84-184 bridge Call Reliable Feed 287- occupied. CBS construction

Real Ettate'. For Sale 90/-190 3522. Reward I 1.2 ((53)) BETTER Building by Bishop repairing -Two bedrooms, living room FlorIda Kenneth S. SthnmeU

Real Estate Wanted 96-196 J and remodeling. Will i I I I room ceramic bath with vanity fox 1407 AT 7-1477 or 03201
.
bull complete home on your all Formica kitchen with built.in tt Uft HOMES
SPECIAL NOTICES 55
stainless steel and built
lot. Terms can be arranged. Free oven top
T ---- I Estimates. AT 7-5840 tf ((71)) into breakfast bar with 4 stools
r foR RENT 35 ELECTROLUX CORP. Oppor-- double sink, 40000 BTU built-in *
JOHN'SBODY
J. tunity for the right man to oou- FENCING-all types! Free estimate gas! furnace. Lot landscaped, 60by FURNISHED CBS 1 bedroom, 1 bath cottage Hratilalor In
Call Lawton Wall, AT 7- > 125. $9.600. $2.100 cash and SHOP
ble Call Dan .
his present earnings. fireplace in living room. Lot 75' x 100' Beautiful waterview -
TWO, bedroom furnished CBS 1401. Terms can be arranged 1st trust $7.100 payable at $51
AT 70143. tf ((55)
Clark. )
Complete Bodywork & Painting Inlet. $7,9S0.00. Terms
for close to the
Louse rent. All electric tf ((71)) month or will consider lease contract .-

" equipped.Ave No pets. 653 Bryant :ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS. TERRAZZO Tile and Marble with option to buy to responsible AT Quality 7-3584 Work Monterey Guaranteed Road A REAL BARGAIN CBS 3 bedrooms IVi bath Awning

S ( ) meets at 8:30: p.m.every Wed. W H Wagner Co. AT 7-4880 party. Phone AT 7-3098, or FLEETS INN tf (1711AT ) windows!, aluminum awnings, terrazzo floors, TV antenna. Huge

-ROOMS borne$ Also FOR garage RENT for in rent.private 619 I Jensen nesday at Beach the For muniyburct information), or AT 7-1696 tf ((71) P O. 'Box 383. Palm City- tf (90)) luxury Waterfront II refrigerator/! -freezer. Carport. FURNISHED. $I2,500.00.1erm..

E. Fifth St, Stuart. Telephone AT Phone AT 73331 tf (55))) NOW AVAILABLE life insurance iUIId APARTMENT MOTEL VA 4 ie MORTGAGE CBS 2 bedrooms 1 bath. Screened

-1736. tf ((35)) ages 090. No physical FOR RENT 135 Jensen Beach Florida breezeway. Corner lot. City water. 2 blocks from schools.
WANT the best price for your car? necessary Call 287-2594 tf ((71)) L J Fmllr Iii.! a Bnlram ApvtaV tL I decorated. NO FINVlsqNG( COSTS. Very attractive.
287-1214. Mil. .. Newly
BEAUTIFUL room with twin Cill Ralph Bates at Fnnm L..i.we.lu.
WHEEL AUONMENT and TIRE """ ,o.... "; ..,. OutrffMT "..tureaL $13,100.00.
.
beds. New home Semi and private Merkle Motor, Inc. tf ((55) fa' CMiVMilmt I. Flda' 0.11 i
baths. BALANCING with Bear Equipment Court*. Mi rlihl tk. I :;:'
Cooking privileges debts by trained mechanic will w.t.on..... t1Lt tARLLa.ylp CBS 2 BEDROOMS, 2 bat..... Central heat and air conditioning.
for
Plenty of parking Call Mrs. Day WE are not responsible pay T..aaeavlct
for itself in tire wear. We have the Swimming PoolTV Florida room. Awning windows White terrain noon. Reduced
2'7-258?. tf ((35)) incurred by anyone other than Include IN EACH UNIT
ourselves, with particular reference equipment and men. Your friendy je V I, g118111IATLANTIC PIIONE for quick sale-NO CLOSING COSTS. 1500000.

... BEAUTIFUL 3.room modern to any restaurant business! locatedon Dodge dealer ULMER MOTORS 287.6366u (til) Z I
apartment.) Cathedral ceilings the premises at 423 (514)1)( South or Dial AT 7-3355. tf (71)) "SUNSET HAVEN" waterfront home 3 bedrooms 2 baths.

sliding glass doors lots of storage Federal Highway Stuart, Florida 3 4 Beautiful view of the river through the trees. Citrus. %Ip4 (nns.
space. Completely furnished. HAVE small Bulldozer, Tractor, I NO FINANCING COSTS. UJSOO.OO.
Henry T. and Theresa ,. Btelidti
Mower and Disc. Will cleat lots,
No AT 73477. tf Unusual
Adults.
pets ((35)) .2
(55)) cut tree. Fence posts and pilings 1.2341,11) WIDOW WILL SACRIFICE. CBS 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Central

1PVO bedroom cottage for rent. WANTED: your and for sale. Lawtoo Wall' Phone AT Opportunity ) heat and air conditioning. 2 beautifully landscaped lots. All

Boat dockage Season or yearly The I kiptide ryuimsge Players -1401.. tf ((71)) electric equipment In kitchen. Waster-dryer. FJIA financed.
l No children Call AT 3408- junk are huh ..01..1... ..nd.a. wit"
having a GIGANTIC Bargain Been _._ COURT .rows ml ,... .le ...mMr11i. 2350000.
> Jack HUfon, 1-2 (35)) January (date to be announced) PLANTS & SERVICES 75'LANTS ,m.i..t.u. "arid.? ,.1.,0..........0... R'O..ar.a To.0 .- For Sale Miscellaneous, }7I

to raise; money for a special pro]- -....... APARTMENTSSl .v.111M.R' I. ,h/I: .. ..:.lull n hlrhr>0.0 e.na e ,a RIVERFRONT ESTATE
ect. AU contribution rurnmage:, N. Awl: nI.N..Nr.lx.LV
Fastest growing nursery BAST OCIUA1' BOCLETABDTtT : .
a .IIid..d xnd0elht
odds and ends, white elephantsand
in Martin County. 10 acres .HT. riOBIDA .d 5..,, M.n..rl.1 BEDROOMS: 4 baths. bath In
7 powder room. Separate maid'squsrters.
any old thing you want to get nullr .. m.. eryrlaeN .r.p.l..t. .... --
of Pelican Nursery, I-oop OVgEKKICI'IVO' APARTMKVrt .... .. .... ... ..,.
rid of, will be ruefully accepted. plants .tln. )' t.7 Swimming pool'-fthower rooms. 2 bedroom apt. over
( .
a BOOMS ilk HATUPR1'rr6Ca0ARD 0x01IW sod -
WADS Pick-up can be arranged Contact Road (S-76A), Palm City. AT 7- CIHHTSRBAIONIBLH poet It...... '"ern-.mr.rllhI.. .0 .......1.... 0i rh.. WNA garage. Gazebo Grotto SIIQWPACP LANDSCAPING.
1918. tf ((75)) ...*\....I Mlmrr .... >un...e line.w. .
Mrs Nellie Pezzonl at 287.3147. RITES ..fc. rr. ..r ill fl .nH.., .
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Don't miss this opportunity to support TT tOlNOBMratkl .klmilR. ..d rollrrlloit._ ('rim.Mnrril FURNISHED CUSTOM-BUILT: FURNITURE By appointment ,
DOmE JOBI! ..... ... ( Uilud Crrc llf* |.. rHre. -- CASA RIO .
only please.ROLAND
your new Liule Theatre For Sale, Miscellaneous 78 ?. a t \. Mln iMinnim .rU Illil :
Croup Thank I.' (55) ... >tr4 .fmm dl ,...l.N .".... '
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t! you W. T. PUJET, Mgr. a:..! to" lllil.... (lrtrl'..d. 0.'*. BOAT T &: MOTOR SALES, be.MO .

GET professional carpet cleaning TRUSSES, elastic stockings Dial AT T-STM U (11) I-ha (UJI RMIM TOT ale AT TOS44tf

results' rent Blue f-ustre! EleC- bee pad*, anklets, etc Stuart A'?m" ,:.,_.;:t... I (5tp G. LUEDER
tric: Carpet Sqarapooer) $1 per day Drug COrp. tf (78)) .
}Harurun: ( Furniture EXPECTING COMPANY?
Lelghton
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COW Manure. IIi yds. $12. 2 HORSESHOEGUN
s.-2 ((55)) yds., $15, 7-yard load. $42. Also WONDER WHERE' YOU'RE GOING TO BED THEM DOWN?

EXPERIENCED teacher will tu- mulching hay. AT 7-0979 tf (78)) Call us and atop worrying'!! Reasonable rates and an atmosphere 1 SHOP REALTOR

tor children trades |-6, Kobe that will surpass al but your own .
NICE old bedstead ((19th century)' Complete Line of Gun and
of Sound area Very reasonable rates New mattress and springs CALL MARIE KIRK MANAGER .

Mrs Alice Frey 'phone 546-5478 Call AT 7-5182 tf (78)) Now Available forour Sleeping Comfort Amrauaitioa) and Accessoriest 729 COLORADO AVE.
fWj .
( PHONE AT ""
}J.-I (JSS) Niagara Cyclo-Mwsage Unit. ka Our Bata A.N..M tM M. k.9.tJ4
_:2-.._ IOTO MOWER. 21" !super model
'.M. SmterOMft
Pial ATlantic 74550 201 Positive transmission pro- ,
USED CARS TRUCKS 5. ulsion: 3 h,p. Briggs & Stratum Southwind Motel Tkunfey It NM

--.- .. t nemo. Bouaht, !spring 1963. Used STUART FLORIDA
and ask for the foR Sale: Mercedes Benz 100. fgni time*:Like new. Cost $130 US. NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONE 287-0773 y.s.. i a..u"NMO.tPwe ,.. Lad.Tr ,

Call Saturday or Will sell for $65.00 Phone Ftierce tf tun( ) tl7l1 M (190)

3IMd Takes _0683, Mn. F. H. WakCon.11.9lsel) > 464-2249 evenings 1-2, ((78)) \





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I FMTFRfUMD: Ih,' N ,, .il H, ip," '
000)( () person worldwide, In the scar C itholics C 'rein Kir vi II ii'i'e I
I ,l s tills' \V"'ikl'n,1 ll ilium' I I II '.1 I .__ _
18 JO: 1
The hoard of directors and of A jMnril fox I Ihe
which ended June .10.'(I thus keeping I Underwater research I reception PLAN .11111 I
AHEAD
wtih the increase, world 'ploration benefit crs ot the First Bank I of f Jiipi. public, imniedi.iicl\ lo precede (hi.!! I
I pace in may ----- -- --
entertained 2S() stock- formal of bank I ; ; JUPITER NEWS
population Five hundred and fIf-1 system of communication some opening the new "swan.an'
ty) million persona, or I 18.3 per cent the water without wire ..* at a special buffet Iual\ i- win he held in JMiuiiry. Prvirdent I I REAL ESFATE FOR SUE 190
I Sunday at the new hank twriU- H. Richard McCord Hid that the I MRS.\ ANNA MINFVR, Correspondent Phone 7464643
which was formally ikxii ft- date for this !event has not 000nWI The Story of a I .
Dec. 19 M Slate ( omptrofler ,
RFAL ESTATE FOR SUB 190 I
... ..... Rhodes limit Home $795 Cash and
""' "' -- wunaa.rsa.arrREAL Open House Was Rule
-- Holiday
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$125 Per Month
ESTATE FOR SUE 190 I' PLANNING bci: ed I

"'- erIn'JS.IFOR : Bins new iltluxe 2-bedroom, 2.
-V As Welcomed Visitors
, WATERFRONT BEAUTIES on 17 rears building buth ('BS home trnlrul heal Jupiter

experienceTODAY anti ahxiinrtillonlnii On .pa-
U"hdll1 1 Mlors and holidaypirtiis I k-ave too. to spend( with I his
SALE I cloulot in SI I Luck Park (all
I $$15,500 in Owmrr 72417MORTGAGES. an !plentiful and gay this mother Mrs Iloyd Goldsmith! ,
.
week! and Mr. doldsnuth
I It 3 MILES OF LOXAHATCHEE I 1lnlr" (/open)| hMiM. has been the rule. I The Mil \\hiiesclls were down
2 bedroom, 2 bath home with a 'the donkn, Swenson christened from Willmgfonl. and the Albert
dous Legion HeightsSee I their new home on River Drive Jatktons over I from Naples to visit
screened porch overlooking the
RIVER lush, their annual i open house on with lltrry Jackson for several
Lucie Rh er. There also is a carporte FRONTAGE The siurli\u '. I'diyt Hal Jackson and his family
On Sunday Peggy VonlUhren I joined them Thursday for a real
utility room. Lots of closet and 25 YEAR TERM
I her family reunion.
anted 'Irnnclx and Idmily to
space. And it's brand new 3fW ACRES "V.ALLEYFOnGn" MVM: : > FMS1INGHOMtS :" x>' her new home on the NorthR C oloncl and Mrs Kenneth
: 1I'r The JIII1 Spil/irs welcomed Sir,iuss, Muwell Field, Ala. were
r R. Ashley, MIR. Broker I their friends tt open house on guests u (he. Jack Wilson; homo
IOR INFORMATION Write to
$$29,500One SiniliN, .il their home m Pilm on Pinnnck Point
a Colonial Styled Taylor Ashley Point
VINCE NELSON
630 (1)1)I OR \no AUMTE' : !Mn, Huij.imm Rigg entertained ,
of the prettiest and best BOX 122 JUPITER Home with AT 7-2440 it lunchivn lorlrs KolxrlSliukls Billie Evans Is
FLA
If ((110)) who has Iwen the houseguest
Close to the country club and the PRINCIPVLS: ONLY:" 3 RIDROOMI .it the P A. MiHitcomirvsmd Parade QueenMiss

Lots and lots of fine large trees. A tt (UfO) (win I She) is now staling with the!! Kigjs
The' MontK>mer\s hive their i
ful, beautiful view. Dock your boat at ____ I 2 TIIFD BVIII ROOMS daughter. Peggy,| li,hson. and her I Billie Pvans was crowned

l front door and with all this a 3 I DOUBLE Still) (1OSFTS1'Llll. For Sale The four sons Itoin IK.mloil. S. C. Miss Jupiter.Ttqucsii at I ihe
visiting ,it I heir honu now end of (he gull ( hrisimns parade
I room modern home with the prettiest (1)1"RIA: ; ( )\! Ill!! senior. dliulu ns hive." their sponsored hy the J.tVceeJ11ritcr'M *
NEW\ HOMES IN JENSEN BEACH daughter mil son-in Ins I Mr and
Mirchng Warriors
most unique Florida room ever. We I1\IN: ; ROOM U'V X 14 Ideal HOME .
Mrs (rant liorhurn Ir. of Mi ml and the Riviera, IKach Band
pro-
the keys. Come and look- 'ou'll be URGE U11UIY ROOMFMRAMF limn N. Y. and (heir children sided martial music tor the array

you did! 1.2 Bedrooms-1 Bath . $$11,300.00 PORCH twenty with them children for Christmas and gnimlehildren. and all of competing floats and for .the i hew titleJupiter .ot beauties

MODERN: 'KIICIIFNMIII a 2 BiilrnnitH, 2 ButlM Fathered at! the home of Mr, and
2. 2 Bedrooms Baths . $12,700.00 BREAkFAST BUR e Central Kent Mrs R. F. liliidwm Ir, for Christ tmll t- depicting Christian('hnstmaonnomd-t School the float-,

bon 3.2 Bedrooms-Central I Heat $12,500.00 URGE n.V\IH> lorsMODtLIIOMt a large! Screen Porch I is Mrs dinner. henry. Rend Jr. entertained World seventeen, WitS entries the price Santa winner and among his

Company thirty unit young guests for Reindeers." reiilly fetching Jaycee
OPKN I) VII Y 0 piulom Ihlnji Room her nephew Kmdnt their place close .
and
wives were runners-
All these homes up the river on Siiunliv', nllthl. up
900 dorado Ave (across from 1st National Bank of are extra roomy, In 10-ft. Sliding DiM n" to Putin Airman, nil Mrs J.HIK-S. Wixxlnrl The Sheriffs Posse, on their
choice /locations. 12500.00() Ins beautiful horses. added. color to
wilh the
AT 7-2500( AT 7.3280 AT 7.4121 Superior C.K.S. con cured Enclosed Reek Yard wire pircnls the puratFij while the Jupiiir Firo
V a i n c 0 "" 'llt.II'IIf.r several,,I Idas
DON OKKLLY or BOB WILLIAMS strtiction. 11'orlll your time to look at. (Klori rilurniiii lo the Cape. I Dcpirtmcnt md the TM I Chy I t
I 1.2 1 I Only $17,70() Volunteer Ambulance added! a lot
Sam RhodesConstruction "( hip' Aten I who is stationed( ut 1
-- )l'ulll\Cr'll.' hod? h H d C'hrlstmasKwnninns of noiseM .
r I I ss F\nn,' court was made tip
: $4,000 l 1)own. Balance 20Yr. 1---- --- of her cliest competitors i Linda r

INCOME PROPERTY Hoyt C. Murphy Realtor I'HY Jlorljllllf. I Hear Suo Mttlliith! mid Linda BasscttJtvCies .
I flue. I.f"'it" ; and Homer
Inc.
$112 per Month Including About Madiera 1 Grim were in charge of the parade

8 UNITS. 4-2 bedroom 4. 1 bedroom, heat and air! T'XI'1): INSURANCE
, r tioning, all units facing water, each with, screened I SOUTH AlA, JENSEN BEACH ; PO Box 82-1, Jensen IJimliMorlda I frank Sirtlmht entertained the kVlllHtVN KIENEV'ILL::
I JupiUr-llolic Sound Kiwimis (lib SOI tO I IN '('m'I'I'1.11'Kathi'ein
apartments rented for season. Very best of location 1.2' (""" II ut Us Monday. night meeting! with
AT 7-3340 I Phone 287-2986()
1 are In like new condition. (1a0)B I Plill Baker, Sides Manngirnil, movies and I 1& talk on hii native Keene, daughter of
i ) I tf ((190)) 1 islnrnl, MidciriSanlinha Mr and 1 Mrs Hunk Keene of Teqmsta -
_. will he one of the six solo-
-- said that an abundance
: -I.I.C. + I Isis in "C oppi.li;' now playing at
,
of 1'00,1'IceI'I milk i. producedon
BUSINESS ----- -- --- the Poincuna ,
the i Mini. Tropical fruits grow Royal Playhouse
at sea level, while temperateone' Knlhi can. who, is twelve now
OPPORTUNITYSMALL fruits prow near the mountain his. delighted! uuili.nce( In ihe
ARBOGASTRuboR. OCEAN FRONTTO tops And.I most\ ( of the island. in uiioiintiun J Jupilcr leqiiisla a"1for" many
I BUSINESS. Franchises for Martin and Palm D. hi sud. veurs with her! "skillful dmcmg
County, Building and equipment. $10,000 will'''' handlv'RFSTAURANT !. Hurt is no iiiinufiituring pn She i is H student! of Impcrnil I DanceSluilios
I ESTABLISHED IUS the ,,1.11I,1.I according! to Sur.hnhu.hili liking both bullet and
: AND SUNDRY, well Mucked, good elollus and i itiiinv hiu itiful |tU/ dancing md recently won inAcmlcmv
doing very nice business 252 Osceola Avenue, Stuart AT 7-0440 things ore male hy hit IK!. Rival 'scholarship
I PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING I allowing ihe progrim( ) (lenr1\! One of her latest accomplish
I INDIAN RIVER King lid I I the group in singing of mints was ptrfornung as a soloistin
HOMES (hristmuH carols. \ the Fred! Wunny Show ut Miami
Beach Auditorium.
A and .
Healthy ProsperousNew I 'I m: (1f.'RUH'S. ,
2 BEDROOM: 1. BUI< HOME Completely furnished I 5\IN IIGIIIIN/; ; ('ON 1f'.4/'r Iff Rfo: AM) 'l. IIFRE. : .:
two very neat famished cottages property In excellent Year To You All 500( () feet on ocean and 700) feet on Mr. and Mm. Charles Hutoj oTequisii !Mri Flsic'Vilfc/ of Orlando,

for only $17,000. i Indian River with average! depthof Drive/ were the winners spent Christmas .week ,with her
!son and ihnijihiir /in-luw. 'Mr. and
3 taped BEDROOM at $18,500., 2 BATH. Near new high. school, carport, I Our Best Buy 2,000() ) feet. of lug the cOIlIe4I11'Jiycce decorating homes! and lijth/ Drive Mrs George R. Wolk. Sttithvlew

I 'I Ihe c.'nmi..o' .. nicmKn, I'ii'.
lENSES 2 BEDROOM, I BVTH. Furnbhed in like TEN ACRES Loop Road area Once located twit nilli- north of the Jensen Beach bridle.|| mend Kixl inn" n 1 III 1 1 Muftrogunmd Fred kuhn huskMhiill and bass'
condition/ 2 utility rooms, well landscaped. Ready lo cleared for farming. On County Road. : Hob Fniory. mid there wire lull couch lit Mcrcershurg. Acadmy -
for only $11,900. One of the holiest> properties on IliiUhlnson Island.. many fine displays and the choice Merccnhttrft.! / Pa., Is the
NORTH RIVER SnORES/ WATERFRONT. 2 This could be the small plot in the country I Ideal for hirii'IN, motels, hiintiv or for an InveMimnl. ill between the links home'', a west 1 of( Mr and Mrs. John Lieb
ceramic bulh, nicely furnished, large. living enclosed ('111I be purchased ul hue lime for 86000. home In Tiqiictiti Country Club hnliiltiys
you're looking for. Priced right at urea and one in Finn Paik,
fountain on covered patio, boat slip, well' landscaped. This Mr and Mrs Joseph Derry and
b an excellent buy at $49,500. ONLY $300 per acre sal awsraaLSwewllwlenn r their children Jun and Freddy,
R.u.: ESTATE: I IORHIVIHIRONT II.UfI: 190 spent the holidays with Mrs Der.
ACREAGE Terms to responsible party EDWARD MAPP ,. -- ry'. parents, !Mr and Mrs. Fldred
i Crews, of Culpeppcr. Va.

30 ACRES-Paved Road -Good Term Our lies BuyHOMES-. REALTOR B\RGAIN : Divld Jones, who is stationed
15 ACRES- Paved Road Good Term. gao ,it lui \\nsi at FoIl Jackson' Columbia. S. C.,
510 ACRES Waterfront Close In. floe 716 Stuart, llorldn Phone AT 7.07111 spent a (hrislmus leave with his
20 ACRES-Waterfront. COCOANUT PARK parents. Mr, and Mrs, E D, Jones,
ACRES-Chose subdivision" Near t.i (ion) Own. wen EXCH pare I ,nlrd Street I I hive I expects to he
10 la Ripe for -
Or .. r..,r BROKER If (C''inn) transferred to Fort Dix. N. J., in
High School. : the near future where he'will spaciulice
40 ACRES-Paved.roed @ $800. per Acre PAY RENT i Start( the year In thin nice three bedroom f -- ----- -- --- in mtelliginco work.
I Two bath home In North River Shores Beautifully lund-
Circle Drive Centtul heal Hurricane awnings Mr amt Mrs. Robert Savage

WATERFRONT LOTS \' River in. view, Total Only $22,500 It'. vacant, ready to OWN A HOME OF YOUR OWN o children:if )Birmingham, have been Ala the, and guest their ofUvagcs

125 WITH. DEPTH OF 400') ON WIDE ST. LUCIE mother' Mrs Mary 1:.
Under market price at $11,25000. SivageMr/ .
AND rVCfMTE NIce new duplex Each side ha
C 100' YACIIT BASLN LOT near new High School $ bedrooms LivingKitchen Balh Carport Utility 3 BEDROOM: CBS IIOMP In Jensen Beach 3 RFDROOAI CBS IIOMfc' : conditioned MId$1I,9110.flO and Mrs Nfauldwyn V.

BULKIIEADED YACIIT VSLN LOT, $4,500.00. One side completely furnished Both units rented $50000 down" balance $9000 per awnmp. Owner must sell. $8,75000.! )!) $1,7511month Parry weekend of with Sanford Mr, ,spent and the Mrs past L.
Only $!1,006 Well financed. down. $70.00 per mmilh. O. MineurMis .
IF IT'S REAL ESTATE .
ACREAGE: 2 BF.IRooI HOUSr; with: \large HorMa I roam Siiinn Brown, who Is a
\1'4< !Miles from City Umlts 2 BIDROOM H/RVISIIH ('OrrAGr: In Concrete blink construction.' t South Jensen lo. student! at Florida Southern I in

ONLY $ so.o per acre ONLY:" Jensen. Near vta. r, ,1I,2SD.00. Terms. cation. $9,75000. .ermll. iikelund Is spending the vacation
JohnsonREALTOR with her parents, Mr and !Mrs
R. V. Torn Brown, Pennock lane

See NORTH RIVER SHORES Special .....

NORTH RIVER FOREST 4 bedroom home, 5 acres. Palm City location, good( land for OBITUARIESmwni

RIVER RIDGE L .. .
FIRST FEDERAL BLDG I STUARTS LEADING WATERFRONT COMMUNnTES j I flov\6rs or vegetables. $1,000.00() down, $95.00) per month. .\. srvcF

AT 7.3366
I Worth A Stage died Friday in

t.a j '. r I 1 r iltlul, lill West Palm Beach
-- He is survived by his widow,
ACREAGE- Kathy of West Palm Beach; a
-LOTS and
daughter/ Marilyn Oibnoney, of
Jupiter: a brother, Roy Stage, of

i I C. O. RAINEY-RsaIto I II $10. ./00) down and S..0.00) per month buys a one 2ARr.: 'IR\CTwent of Palm City. 199000. .olumriu.v Mr. Stage. and a two Jupiter gramjchiklren resident.

acre trait west of Palm ('It)'. You can pork your trailer on Ibis trait. Terms for many ye in, was well I -known
art available. as a ,builder here and at StuartMRS.

Skyline Drive, corner ... $$,;so.orf 25 ACRES.. near loop road' $S50) per acre MiRY DAVIS
I T FIRST TIME I I FIRST OFFERING'' I RESIDENTIAL
Skyline HelxhU" .. ..,. ..... stt\tI.Or t \ ) 1,900 ACKrS. $300 per acre Services were held Sunday for

Souln Jensen I heights. $1,55000 Reins. turner 3 Airs Davis of Schoolhouae
t.B A Jensen Beach Lots Mary
WATERFRONT 1. 2 BedroomAaih
CBS 3 Bedroom/ NeW Central South Jensen .. .. ... .. $ 975.00 $7,5f 00 m Rout. clad\ died lust week.
AIr-COIIdlllualnc! and Ilea)
Davis. who
Mn came here atIhe
Partly Furnished 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Florida Room Built-in Oven md turn of the century with her

Esther Williams Pool Port Sewall Area1X1' Range Refrigerator. Choke location. 200' U s. I fRO TAGr. by approtlinutiriy 300 deep Several bulldingi kit very food condition lushand. L. M, Davis. was a pioneer -
Reduced to $17,990. in the Jupiter area.
18 x 36 and Fenced ('row over drive SulluWe for any find of I business, r co ,111. r.to ok j, k..!..'di 1 ak/ Burial was m Mount Carmel
Sho\v Anytime ( on St. Lucie River ,'iptist Church burying ground.
2.. 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathe Near AH
Seawall Circular Drive
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Immediate Occupancy Schools' Big 36' Florida Room :MRS FRANK GROSTICK SR.

Reduced To $13,500.00 Phone Us For Price Utility- Doable Carport S2 JOO.OO. REALTOR Mn frank Grostitk Sr. sev-
W. J. WEISS enty-nine illness., died Monday after along

508 COLORADO AVENUE JUSTINE R. BEGY PHIL DORLON DIAL AThntfe 12(J Frank Gro!>tick Jr. flew to Deoit >
I II Tuesday night i for the serves
u.s. 1 Box 667 Jensen Beach Phone 287.3538
STUART, FLORIDA ASSOCIATES MEMBER MLS there Mr Grosticks father
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ASTOR Choice'In Heavy Syrup 1
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CRACKIN' GOOD Soup & Chili
U.S. Choice 29'POTATOES FREE
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Corned Beef Brisket LL 59 ARROWLIQUID THRIFTY MAID
CATSUPSILVER ? 12.Oc..; 29
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P"'I\7'" \ '" -- .r.l: TILE STUART (FlorMa) NEWS
Farmers' Loans ': r i Youths Rescued I Ihuivlay, January 2, 1964 1-C
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Extended 1 YearSenator *" : On Intracoastal and prizes awardad. The grand
pn/e will be a Little Champ Camper -
Nt I
Spe. and Holland, a I II,. lupikr Island youths were Trailer
1 i"nrd i I ( hiistmis,, |r\e when theirhi.i I
ranking majority member of the 4 Dixie Mobile Homes is locatedat
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Sonata agriculture and forestry i i idcd i while hinting on the : 3221;!;!I South Dixie in Fort Pierce
hiii, i'l.tI i \\II"f\V' about five'
committee, has announced that 11111"" 'I'"lh' nt the (rostfouds --
tho U. S. Department of Agriculture K"", I) lid I Juggle fifteen, son of Tantalum carbide is being used
an a filament in electric light bulbs
has extended for one year \,111"1 i il I I Richard, Tuggle manager
Twenty-five per cent more light
from Dec:. 31. 1963. to Dec: 31 J. "I t ihs limit nl, Jupiter Island, and and over 50 per cent longer! life
Mix" I IHL.I.IC; and Victor Ashc, scv-
1964 the deadline for eligible are claimed.
\uttun. Mm ol Mr and Mr*. Robert
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farmers in Martin County to apply I .\shi. \\t' missing for about, five
for initial emergency loam hours bctosc i !'CIIIIr/ rescued. ProfessionalI
tinder Section 321, Public Law MARTIN COUNTY HIGH SUIOOI MvAR> COMPLIUON )) 1'111'henl f Slater Cirosc
87-128 found the \"ulh, tied ti> of buoy Icuring Aid Service
This law stated Holland, was At Last! A Full-size Basketball Court! and reported them mighty; ) cold! IVY A. B\'R E.Crrtlfl..d ,
enacted to provide federal credit They suffered no ill elf'Ch.
in --------- Hearing Aid
assistance i to farmers all typesof
agriculture who have not kufficicntly Public Is Invited Audiologbt

sustained recovered in the December from, looses 1962, New High School Is Nearly Completed To Open I louse of) Specialists in Quality Hearing

freeze to obtain loans through local ; Dixie Mobile Homes Aids. Batteries Fur: Molds and)
II sources. The Florida legislator l Repair of All Makes
was advised! of the extension of Pixie Mobile! I"(onus; will he 107 Atlantic A**., Fl. Pierce
1 the application period by Howard holding a t tenth uimiursiry open (Opposite St. Lucia Bunk)
I J Bcrtsch. administrator of the louse celebration on their pnniii '
Should Be Students / HOward 1-3035
7By
I USDA's. Farmers Home Administration Ready for Jan. i in Fort. fierce on I lndiJin
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Farmers desiring information The president of the I tins I furl
this other of bncr.[ "I9(>,< has been
concerning or types < << p says our
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federal aid handled through Far- .. .,' .. ... 'I greatest expansion and haM been BEER WINE
men Home Administration, said this week workmen "s" <\ \. < our nuvst t successful Near to dale; ,
Holland, should make inquiry at Martin County High .t <, "< .,.','''. 'd"p' > \ ,, The latest t model mobile homes
the fHA's county field office.Chason's goodbye to visitors as ,, '< the "big push" to i I. l.\ \'i ire x i ,1'1/1" <; Chimpion I online Rill LIQUORS
< new $750,000 school in '., : < '< .." < ;1" craft, Nashua and Vmdalc, will bean
Jan. 17, or thereabouts displav
Cons I date :.,' ,.::" "' :' The public is invited to .illend
If the big push is ; I' the cclebrution which will "Ix open Free Ice Cubes
kotomofMRepale : .. : "
.1': from '>:10) am to <* 11Accurhnll \
be p
students will : <
ready
!ftW the building for classes ,ka1 41 \; '1"0.. ,,.. to George Roberts,
I ginning of the second }., w : 'M, 1I'nerull1l1lnuger. there will he special DIAL
: 1'''' entertainment I refreshments
The sprawling, : I I
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ing is a beautiful ., : :". t
Garage ,
architecture with : .
ern n r JENSENTRAILER
Dial AT 7.2311 sages open !4 .11,1 '..\ iIi
plantings, and soft ,. '' SALES INC.
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SERVICE FOR SAFETY Obviously, it has the I .' : r' AT7
4M 4li ...I ,..... Irkl._ equipment. It was de ; '.\ ..:;. Just t North of Ihe Ann
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chitccts Armstrong / / s'I x 1 "
Associates of Stuart. u featuring Now 1964 ,

building A detailed would description take .., .., ..". I !Sktline' Windsor
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AUTOMOBILEINSURANCE
) Piedmont litiui
,\ per, and would take from ,,,.\ i.\\ ., ,..' 2lh() Century Ainrrkaii 1100IELIVEItY
enjoyment away <

house Below,that and will in the probably : : {H: {H::' ... Special-
A !
t pictures, are a few of wwwr I histvk OnlyDUlliiBiiklifil
notable areas of the basketball'L' :.1 U Inilsor

The school is d i v :: ;,, i._. ", -:: I ....- -'-."... $6,815 I FREE
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two general sections-
for EVERYONE
with I2'xl6' wide
55'lonR
side for physical windows at the front ot the building' to light. the screens have a decorative as well as a functional use" .
I the west side( for are for emergency exits rather than carpeted living rosinAlso I
rooms i II I
It contains an arts a courts, I
I HOLI.DAY-
NO department, gymnasium ; ; roll- 1'sec Aluminum I'allit Covers,
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matics laboratory, library up to Carports and llorliluRIMIIIIN I
laboratory snack bar.
) by "Panelfals"i
room, biology and : educa- v Ai i
oratory, home Utility Building :
showers, dressing rooms gym. by "Cabiinaramu"Good
TURNDOWNSWANT general shops, and a ,I games.i
building for mechanical i for Selection of (Iran' Used
and air-conditioning. I dressing Travel trailers and Mnl.llg.
sixteen exits I I for rn N_,s..t eb6 Home at Buyer Appealing
al A of
TO KNOW MORETCALL : gateway and .. e PrimII -
at the main entrance to 1saa.saa4ir
:
NOW ** grounds The large sign I ,- yar4. ,. .,,, It', from Jensen ito gut toM LIQUORSNEXT
tracks for sliding let to grid
will tell the events of what Is aSI lltvy, 707, Jensen Bciieh I I
ReardonINSURANCE One of the largest Con- SI 2K7-27J2 10 KWIK CIIEKBeauty

of the school is the f : as --. _-_ -.-__ _.._ __m___
It is ninety-five by electri
At one end is a stage
AGENCY closed off from the }' i line .

AT 7.3262 sound-resistant i doors connect water { "t. -flWt-fh .

tain.The will have a to ; rel.i I
KRUEGER BLDG., STUART gym 1 1IJ1f'tEA'R
size I ((84 by 50 feet) I 1.\, t r. IHlA P1WQ
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COVERED: VALKS surround the courtyard at the center of the building The open courtyardwill

Celebrate With Us : .. be planted. .. .

IRIS KKISIOH I r:RSLN Open Monday 20 E. OCEAN BLVD.
During the first four months of to one, while nonrcturnablc beer I the national university in Ku-I,
Nnl, WALTO thru
1963 returnable beverage!! bottles bottles: outsold returnable almost burban/ Mexico City claims an enrollment Saturday PHONE 287.445J
outsold nonrcturnablc almost t three eight.: to one of \90,000/ ) students I,
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2-C THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS Thursday, laminr* 2, 1964 I FRIDAY-Conthmedeieentl! SATURDAY-Con ttau>4 Continued MONDAYCO51th10dI Chit-chat Club Holds ,
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AI....._ IliU- SoleneeIJ,4O liM-10-11 N._ Erwilof
(fI.m. a. 04. "',,,1.. 4 Mlnml' M.llneeI I I'30> 4 Spi'','IK XI'.' l 1.1 l rn", ..00--.., N*... Wsaob.... Sport I Christmas Luncheon Ni'l'l'E; In I h, i"I"' I Iof ,
I COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS fbI, I" M,,, U', Y"u Cnrr "",.I Your I tOO ',-; H;xnl..rl,,u \10-12 Dhnvery. '04 f Haw. Weather. .. AnllUH'' meriin,, "r "!," ,
wit." 10 Matinee TIIA ICIO-4. NBC H.... Itn..,. 10 iovle Sl., "A Woman, Seprrl A Christmas luncheon was held Ihe Klr.t S'I..I1,1'1 1 I ,
4 II-n Niule. '8tr.... Io.p In U My I rune 'lfeIttO I II Mori. "IS' 'Lot. I'mI...," 11 Spon. Kites at Stuart Trailer Town by the art, eUimrt, I'loI,, 'b l lIn IH. '" .
.0.. .-WUf. 1l1a..1 (0..1.1 WSTU. Radio Stuart Be. ,..t...... *!M- Town PI I -4 Go... Howl U Ipapta ItIukhlhs.st.oz :,. iio_II OamBjentil member of the Chlt-Crurt Clubon PM the, bank Ch.Oh. ;::1"+: 1:1.c r.8o.) wker. 4n this McttonTh .,.. 4 Movie Qua r.rr" 10 Anerlran ..."dd.... aiDe Na X..rv *-4 rr l&r Bpon ,\ li. for Tu.-i.dBv ih. ,,i t't..,or,,,' ,
i irtniiiil r"r '
( TV program Hating, am farnI.h..d ; M..rle.I "T, d" 11 Know Your Hlbl 1 Npa. ._.,. W hw.. Wcatner, BpornaitO Monday noon. Dec. 23; gifts l .. I nf ,1
Ih ISle
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IS-.WUTY : '
(A.8.C.' br the Ul.fl.kin .t.tlon. Th'* Bin: f i40- = .110--0 TeA I,. 1si; a"r llonlln INu. "
1 1-WAT4 w.st P. ......b -li S ii were exchanged The hull! was ,. ", .nd t.. ..",." .
.It New. U not reaponelbl/ for am I:4S -I t'Iu.I.. .',.; Henlor Howl Gang ..... 7 Hlhw.f Patrol .... ..
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A.LfU I decoi'ated.Those "' '' ""I"''' '
"rnvarn.hon.... I IU Lone Hanml: IS Am.rlr.n .Au>*.,.04 4 ......, W..thn.smallS t t1i25a't beautifully! ft.' ,". III"'I"M
WEDNESDAYJAN II Etahini, WwMhef, Snort. .3--II( Tlie 1'10_" -qsto- 'I_. patS C..erp | present were: .Mrs Lou r II JI'lIh ]J\\\ I
WEDNESDAYContinuedIIiOO4.I..IO DrDNDonnIor IaShtrn' OhM.ptoi.hlp WIDn.ths N.w. ... ,,
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ttowllrt Mrs Anna Jarrett Mrs I' r. I" : "
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Cierngrowi
IMorabTf N... .. 10 Humidity Mop Pt. I tleyHrkley --- ---
W. ", Hport &;;; W Mrs. Julia I i
H Ari.. Ilne Emma .
.. Ch.mplon.hli. Templeton.
II -Bill Bh.4el' IrisMongolIa, of """. Nllit 7uaisths U Oea.t,4S
11.11-- Movie. "ThA' 1,00,, -4-1 Maw, ......... Weather 4 N.. IS 4j Ltmtwn Mrs
Knitfe Cinlor' 1'00-11 Hporu Hhrhllirliti.. Weeks Mrs Mary ,
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::JKtJ* JUS* $&"&! (rtoona ) I 11.30-1 II... Allen Show 10 Mutie lletmy.1 "Krom' the Runt t WmiUM I "KI| ''* IColorl -HunUer. BrtnUeyIt Ann WiirMman Mn Viola Budd
? K J5WZV. DsSr ry.. Tonight with Johnny Canon (Pnlorl' '1141-IX bumnawllit I Sonttnra BMl.t Hour 7 = 55"1 t.titorI.! Ji.Roa OMkraaTiOO Mrs Nellie Byrne, Mrs. Helen Mil
11.00CIoMoII .I1PWI P..d. II Movl. "",,'h.lur .nd .Ihe llonhy T ae. Hum II 0MM>...>kl Dowliii. W *r WmUNIl Man (K'n\nrl\ ( .-4 Mr. Ed
11ea-I ..)., "- ..., P..out. (C.r, Holier 10 Nwe. Want..., Upon. 4iOO.-.4 H.I'lief told ll, -It) All I'm 5.srb.ard I Otto for the Money I ler. Mrs.. Alta Fulton Mrs. Alice
I" 00-In M.. Pa'.d. II Kt.rllKht Theatre .1 N... T Com4" Muttn\ *. 5iSo- 0.5, Cailogo himmI ChaiMet, Mrs. Minnie Staples Mrs.
"II,SO-> Movl.I .110-4 II..t 01 .... Pn.nN 10-11 World. uf Mporti North-Smith., t P55.54. Forum 1.1t rfirtway) Patrol'
.,.. Mrs Elsie Gross
Alto..oo. I,1)5-II fUvntw.Uh Mo... fln.tLI.ir.IIrhrkt.p' Repor' III I. .04 Aflawors Ti30-4 To Ttl th. Tnilht7 Ann Burgess
Itv' i. IImd .......") 4,05, -11 Movl 10) 111* Jet.oiii.U 4r1.11 Itotterrn. I., 'Vita St.. So.lIn5,35i Movl' CIII. m* G.,11' Mrs Maude Combs and Mrs Sadie I
I'tO-. I.nl ?rsIt. Nliibt I.,ife or 'lh. Gold Count 4,05-, rant-Went, SIring Cum.tiwl Csin.a, I 111-11' Outer: 'l'I.ft..
: '" ........ - - l,4, $-4 "Newe' -'waller braiikiM. -4 It.t..h.t.iU, .s-Ia FloSt... W.atlur.: Ipotsain McCormack I
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crt TIIUICS,1AY: I.? Newa 1.1. a. Wnth.r v
.. 11II.. O.m. -lluntley, Brlokley a Iota I).nr* Spurt. i,3, -4 1.0p Hhow Guests were Mrs Bessie
1:30--10 My... 'OItJae,.. 10 N*... 5:50iai.lin..
Iitrm" JAN.
I f Mr. Nov.
.. 10-II Train (Color) North Carolina
W.aun of
4'.to-4 M.... ?hp.. $SII OtSIfl 4 a I 12 Hun Corhr.h 1'1.' ... It-It WurK of Sport man Wlllht-j
carl" Mj;; ;;. T,00---4 Worl,li lloynndIt St30-l Plonert > Evening ..00-_I Danny Thoma.III3O Stella Grant of Hollywood
7 Movie. 'D... K.t." I8.ni .. Mono.* Mni.r'nn... 'rhr..tre. I'relty) Ruhr Hlull Ko>d M D.me* 1,00,, -1.7 Meet the .-..... (Colnr) -4 Andy Griffith "-- --
II Ynvl Rear eieepll 1 'I'h. lI..n..m"o..r. II I....'..' III 1-7 Hollywood and th* tI..... ----I II
S'OO-1.0 YngH n..!. "f.OO-1| Hunrw' Th.ntrras4 11 Illirhway I.trul Lv.,.,. ..0_10 W. W.nt to Know 11 McH.lea N.,
,i45 t Sunrl.e Hrme.ur "Outline) ,,,30'n..rnoU".1 Show Tim' 4HJ.7 ftoahunt 10,09, .4 Kaat Bide-Weet Sid
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of, Hlntorv of At'LOG .. in.II 77 fhinaat Mtrlp I,DO. -4 N.... Sport, W.tbr 10 Ail.t Pro .......0..4 t-7 Mitch MillerKiU I SEPTIC TANKS Ii
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--7 Movlo.. Ihree. ComrailmHt ham. 1964. WIIIII' III hftrl 'tIle ',
1,JO-4 R..... Bf7 ,,30-0 Hawaiian Ky.: breaking Point : ,1Yl'ilf \

<,.00 N.w.-4-' and 1'1.' ..W"'II., Sport. Weather I At.rn.n.Rn. in.I J'ot.II. :Hop.'* I.... .,,30-4 II..., Ulini.I )dwaihai.. tip.S 7 I FlnrHa Kedlg* Forum 10,SO" -4 Broadway N.Ooe.... LaG.tl.OO.'d.I.u5.I5 Weather. CLFANFD & REPAIRED; I filth"" Ioell"" iItticde7tdt'ay ,

1.0.10 .Movl!. >i Mix, "You Can't II..iI6IO.4I I lOO-(t( .Antholmf. u MoniUr.lhe.tr.evtl. 'f:10,.; l Ha)4 'i'TwiiiKht.on..' (,lrlIII Q U"tI""kI 1o.1... .'Glln". Din'II 10 III llootananny Nltrhtllf.') on tIn Cold I o.at I Hrxirt.llt2S--.4 Show. Harlem Clobetrotu. DRAIN FIFIDS REPAIRED

Comment In Movlo" "tomliln on llr.....it...y4ilS .. .U The PVIre (In Hlliht "Wiotor )Jipmpka"Sr4Ut ,100-4 Laiale Color) 1I.30'I'onl.ht with Johnny Car.,,
eI:l:I'--7 :Art Grain -l Movie. "HlraiiKe Lmlr" I I" 10:00-4 Alt,'..) Illlrhoock I..on< 10.1001.: I.' Hill .Luna tIling 10 Movie. "D.nr. Girl IJ.nr." AND RE-LAID ;
: flea Hunt Aitventnr* "iOO-I 81'.. !Prrrorm.nr
..I.ekoar 7Th. 12 Bl.rllvht' The.tr. '
6-7 '
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11,28Wooth., N. .. 4.30-4. Movie" Flume of (Ihe l.I..d" 10.18 Pliiht of th* Week T 1 .Uh.r.vh'.r.. II N...., ""....... We.ther UiSO( -..I Mod.I qsttte4i e
10 Htnvk ;
'e":30-: N'..*. ; Movl, "Oi Moonllvht tIny 10,30I'or.r.lt, ,.30-4 M, r.voilt Martian, _10 HpanLh New' (;
11 trw .
1:30 IV Stump the Plum We.lhr-r Ports 1-7 Wall DI. ( 12 Mirhtwatrh Movl Cooke's Septic .
S HunU.i.Bi-liiklej( Report : -t r>. Flu' lvel> Uiibloore < Iambi. "" Ooii.rt Ray .
It RniTrfcHit ID S.B ......1..0 Rn.t2v.mIn 12 Wrote l:>rp> |10- (llpi.oBIM 10.11 Jamie Mi-Pheeter. 4OJ, -II Movl
10'411-10 Milk. Tlmt Sn.r The Lleulen.ntIt I.00-4 Kd Sullivan -
12 Nlitlit lit.( on it Twin Ooa.t DhowHO Tank Service '".t D w',
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Walter'
SiOO-J lllinrra liy. Hiier Long
:..7-NM' Hunt ley, 'T..I.. .,,00-.4.8 1\1.\ .., W..tb... Iportt 1IaJ\-o I 1'1.w.Movie. Rluk. Hand') t.30-4 The l>rr|> .ndi-r. liOO 10-11-4 A Judy r reel Garland and Trial Bhow) JAN. T PHONE AT 70651OR I E.OCEAN BLVB.STUM'OT. Jl/\

10.11 New.' T Nina 1 iio 1.7 I.' I... HlnNiip I Color: IOO ,., ..., mtAT,73C3'f'
7oo-.4 10 Motto ..i: h'A..nu.. 1 fonlxht with Jnhnnr CKrion 8. AT 7-9862
Deaih VSII.y I| Day. Girl' 10.11 I.w.".. W.lk Morning5,11u ; ;; l
r 10 Mo.I.. "on" to Xlll't0R.id .30-0 .ener.l I Flentrl: True
Huekletwrry hound n-II Lomneut ., -4 Phil Silver.
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7 1 IltMordIt lIS-1 $.ahun. a.7 Movie. "The 811 ,el Pnrtner -
Dial Art Oreen II N... 4:OS-It M.wi. No. I .,,30I'hli I iSil.roIl'.ll .-7 thorn of tho Week. (Color) th* Hlatnry' of Art' ---------- ItIW[ '.. ...
f jo .4 "rar g orM** 3"1'1." .... llollywond! (Paluif' Vnrlely" in Mluml I'rex fonferenre, *,IO.-ill Molly Turner
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54 Th. Vb-fftnln I (ICMkf I Huilloy-llrlnldef Report nrtNi-4 Knnmimkii, 19 dinmplonahlp hosting :20-10 Homen.ker.. Pan
10.1' Adventure of Orl and t 1'1..., 11'..Ih.. SA1'IJRUAYJAN. I 0,30-1(1, ( M.vrrlrk IOKU 4 What a My\ Lin.I e OO-7. Movie, )Letter to Three
II 4 10 Mnvle larment Julilrlein Wive,' 11. I
Harrietta Night Life of Ihe Gold Con.t ,
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10.11 Th ...... MovIn "The Farmer. I> uiihter'
10-11 p.. c. ., lilt' (Color! 7 7. tlrru. 10 Mnvl I
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11.111 N.... Weather. II........ I.00-4 Alvln thou ,.15-6 0 av.ean 4 Ooll.tk -4 )' ... In Hpanlik 10 Maverick; STUART
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10 Movie. 'Adventure In Baltimore'. .. -4 '1'.",....... Tuaedo 11 Bunrl.e lhe.tr. I.' Today. ,00-4, Rawhl.l.Yoil .
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Color" 10 .,... .30-.7 Mr. Nov.k.
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7 rlroui tiny I 11 Bunrla. The.tr .:00-4 Petticoat Junction
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10 I 01 .. 11 7 Richard Story
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11 Victory U.ptl.t Ch.Ml I,20-10 Garden P.". 10 u Uieatc.t show on Earth
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IS'-4 lunrie Bemeiler 'tntrodue.tlon 1.1 Fury a Tli. Chrlitopker. It R.port .30-4 Jack B.nny
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12.10.4, Tho hr.. III"u. 7 Btlll Small Vole _6-7 101...
offers Walrh h 12.30-.1 Miami M.lln.. 10 Irnlentunt WomhlD Hour 10.30I Love L.a, 10 ItaMO.).. "From D.y Fnrw.rd
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ONE-YEAR WARRANTYon Repair T U. of M I.ml Round T.bl. I HI* Picture 1 Word for Word (Color) tail' *-4 Movl, "1II See You In My
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and APPLIANCES For The Individual [8.: I in M... for Hhut-ln It 100.-4 1'1.' .. Morningdim ;; "
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10 Teen Been 1! 'I'...n..... Ernie -The l-orayth Woman' Pt. t
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53 E. Ocean, AT 7.3503, Stuart' STATION WSTUEACH 1 100 4 Hhlrley T.mpl.a Wed" Fri. lonlo To.., Com.... .,Pt._I I Photography COVE
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MONDAY 7:15 P.M. People of the Hook
7 (fnml.tt 1:50-IS Pet Smith
10 Wire Service 1.10-4 101... Evn.t..gStOO4.5
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Almost Everyone Listens To IriiAV' IUv. W.nt to Know 7 Girl T.Ik 7 N... and Weather
\V7 Q T1 1110- Sm.ther. .nd Holland Report II Monday, Matinee Id Movie at Hlx "Ann. of Windy PHONE: STUART AREA CODE 305 TEL. 287-1298
U I.so-I BpoUUnt on Lducatloa 1141-I II. My Uueal-Dlacua.lon Piplura'tiu ,
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MONDAY thru SATURDAY 7:30 SUNDY SERENADE How a:00 4 To lell th* Trutkrnli'lTenernMl'oapltiil 1,49, 4 Now*-Waiter Creaklt
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6:30 NEWS AND) ARM WORLD GOOd Music can t:OO-4 Death Valley. D.,.

6-45: STATE NEWS AND WEATHFR I 21-4 N... I Huckleberry Hound
3.30t;.l>. of Night 7 ti.....tS Bllkeo
6:50: ("LA Y'S CORNER TO Time 1-7 Yon Dim) I 8ny (Color) II Dial Art Green //Z
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Your Mluktcr at 7:45 Tide I '. Ciirner, 1 -1S, O.alo l and JtnrrhntI
7 Mickey Muna Club ,00-4 .FYI..
TO Weather at 7.05 8:35: 10-11 Major Alamo, Trallmaat.r 111-19 poll Puke Show 9 : 3 IfALWo'
:116--1: M.ivle. Ihe Iii, Hooille 130'V.11, It To Th* Tamer.
Birthday Show & Hospital Reports lit 9:05: Weather ? 4,30, 4 Mi.vie. "No Hail) Ru.". For 10.U "The r".rmer" Daughter",
I 10:00: Local Newi ai 8:00 and 10:00 pray If"Movie" .,_4 Beverly Jilllbllu*.
7 "do*" B-7 K. lo,.
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MONDAY thru FRIDAY THE TRUTH 10-11 American( Newaitand 10.11 Our Man Rlggln.
SATURDAY I:00-4 A"(venture. In HaradlM 10,00, .-4 Jlanry Kaye Show
10 Qilrk I Ir.. McGraw f-J Eleventh Hour,
10:00: }{ re's Barbara 10:00: World of Music IN TIllS 11 LoU Tim. 10 Pick Powell Tbf.tr*
SUNDVY I:30- -10 AltO N... II Lhannlng
10:15 Bulletin Board 10:1:15 Bulletin Board !I GREATBOOKCANTEACII lt4S-.It Hahlng, Wealhet, II..port. II too-4-1-7-1.. II.... Weather, Sport NEW
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10:30 Items Barbara 10:30 News 11:00: Baptist Church (except: I I,,2U-.d! Movie. "Lo,'. Faro It"

10:35 World of Music Methodist on 3rd Sunday 11,307 Tonlvht with Jnhnnv C.raon
10:58: Stock Report YOU TO PRATEFFECTTVELT 10) Movie, The G.. Divorce."
11:00: News of each month) ; 12 Surllirht Theatre

1100: News 11.05: World of Music 12:00: Sports a UiSO I,Oft,--t II Movl Nlghtwatek. MovIe

1105: World of Music 11:30 News 12:05: The Big Lie Ton how 4iOS-II Movl

I 11.05: Women's ForumWed.( only) 11:35: World of Music 12:35 Lawrence Welk can learn to pray.

11:30: News 12.00 National News 1:00: Mirror of the Mind how to commune with Cod 1ora.U.OF.RT'O.r..T:

bow to listen for His guidance :NOTItK OK KTIM .slIOLI)1111SIEEI'I ; Iri YEAR
11.35: World of Music 12:05 Martin County News 1:30: Sing Along With Mitch : S*1

12:35 Martin Co. Agrl. Agent 2:00: News if you will read with am Th. ......4 annum meetlnr, of th*
12:00: National News unprejudIced "toi'kholiler. nf TUP PFIPlKM
100 News 2 05 receptive
: Serenade
: Sunday MUir SIlk OP "T' ART. ".,.". lorl.la
12:05 Martin County News 1:05 Afternoon Show 2:35: Sunday Serenade thought the truth containedMthrewsbookscIenij will he held! al. nit" People. HAnk
nullrllnrr" laS Root Ocean Bin. ..
12:30: News 1:1:15 Martin County Museums 3:00:: News yard, Stuart, Florida on \\edn...

12.35: Luncheon Melodies 1.30: Afternoon Show 3:05: Sunday Serenade Health with Key to the Scrip TMITATlOMt I day o'olock, J.nuarr PM I.The I'm piireoaa at Ihe hour of th of. -io
all t tL1
12.55: Stock Market Report 2:00: News 3:30: News hires by Mary Baker Eddy. meet number In"* of i* for I'irertv'r.Ih. .tflnlr. the EI.cllon o( the) I[ iYJt1

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2.30: News 4:00: News YeN may read C4f EXMTTOW the prior meeting; and th* t'attanecine .
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1,05 Afternoon Show ) of .u.h olhe buoh .noa.
; 2:35: Road Show 4:05: Sunday Serenade Science: and Health Ire* ol .hall come before the neetlnic

3.35: Top Tunes "til 5.00: 3:00 News 4.30; News charge at any OiristuMa Science rrexlilenrPub OHARLPH. : :M. "Ol.h:.

5.05: Stock Market Report 3:05 Rood Show 4:35: Guest Star Reading Room The lCffAMElMASTER ." Pep, 2*. :IHilt, Jan. I, SPilt

5.50: What's Going On 3:30 News 4:50: Guard Session book can be purchased at red. J964MINION

5.55: Florida State News 4:00: News 5.05: Here's to Vets green or blue binding at JJ

6:00: Martin County News 405: Road Show 6;00 National News and will be sent postpaid o* II Hearing Aids

6:10: Weather Across Nation 4:30: News, 6.05: State News and Weather receipt of check..

6:15: Music For Pining 4;35 Road Show 6::10 Sunday Serenade order. money 11 "Golden I ALL-IN-EAR

6:25 Jensen Bowling (Fri. only' ) 5:00: News 6:30: News 1 1 Cross Fire" S BEI1IVD EAR

6:35: Hook Line and Sinker 5:05 Road Show 6:35: Herald of Truth Christian Science e EYEGLASSBODY

7:00: Jaycee Spotlight (Tues. only) 5:30 News 7:00: Music Insulting a powerful Golden e TYPE

7:00: Fulton Lewis 5;35 Road Show 7:30: Lutheran Hour Crosi Fire U actually like mow 1.'_. Servtc Far AO Make.'itcon.

7:1: 5 Curtain Time 5.50: What's Going On 8.05: Word in Review & BEADING in, your TV act miles nearer the EQUIPMENT CO.

8:00: News & The World Today S:55 Florida State News 8.30: Sports \ll.I BOOMDEHON itation. You'll ..* tharper

II 9:05 Inside Books 6:00: Ed Corley & Green 8:35: Music From Beyond The ---- clearer picture on an channel,, 511 South 4th Street

9:10: Music from Beyond the Valley Boys Stan til 10.30: BUILDING --.... -

Stan til 11.00 7.30: Bongo Party '111 I 11:25 282 FLAGLER AVENUE WilcoxHardyTVi HEARING AID CENTER Fort Pierce, Florida

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I I Thanks to Many

I Published every Thursday at 111 I East Ocean Boulevard, opinions expressed ire (those

Stuart, Martin County, Florida Who Have HelpedOn of the writers II desired letters
Entered M second-class mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida are printed above a nun de plume r

but never without The Newt knowing -
I MEMBER OF: the name of the writer let +

FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION History PaperTHE teN sent in anonymously are filed ,

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION tn the waste basket.-1 he Editor

AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS NEW YEAR usually finds
me confused
'VMSPOHI I r II VS
about dates. Ordinarily I would keep \ KML 11)11 OR
GORDON LOCKWOOD Publisher ERNEST F. LYONS, Editor
\ on for weeks typing 1 19C.\ on the d..teson my
LARON H. CAIN, Advertising Manager Editor Stuart News
:
letters but this past t year I have been "botheredby
I Always! got .1 i I..kl.lIt ot read I
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.50 per year; two yean typing 1964 in dating letters before 1964 ing: your column and 1(1If your

$8.50. (Subscriber living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates.) arrived. editorials I'm afraid. though th.it l..t') ;

Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9.50, you now take. second spot' for -/Ot. us

, Six months $2,75, three months 175. THE REASON for this of course, is that l lI humor '," i' '>'',' '' I ": : '

Foreign and Canadian rates on application have been immured in the historical edition The editor or the local paper : .' '
: )
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" that will come out next week, Jan 9, 19h4( has topped you with his rumblings .\ ... ., f; ,'fiP., '
,'' how fortunate we here in >I., ", !_ "
\I'r Since we write all our copy newspaper style, on are ,,' \ I
itt ;
': "today" has been next Thursday to me for the Susquehanna Valley to have I\: I ,r* rw
Many'Accomplishments' Checked Off Calendar such wonderful weather In a re- [; "
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at least the past ten weeks
'
;t I cent editorial he pointed out that 't

St. Lucie Inlet Decision May Be WORK. ACTUALLY began on the edition break lack of for deep this snow time is of wonderful year, and f,' .. \ ,

you will read next week way back last October the air is brisk and invigorating It. ,n .' t"I
'"" when we began Interviewing the descendants Thits an understatement! It was I ;"1 ,' .'
LA Big Story of 64; 63 Good YearWith of early settlers and securing photo 5 degrees above at the tune, and "
has been hovering around zero
graphs. This is not as simple as it sounds
of the lime Someone should
It took tho setting up of interviews with a most .
- the passing ot 1963 into history, it magnificent new bridge to carry two extra great many people and trips out of town in tell him of the climate in the Stu-
might bo well to ask: "What may be the lanes of traffic across the St. Lucie. It involved art area and invite him down to
some cases. correspondence-
thaw out and enjoy: a r real winter
news' of 1964 for Martin ?
'biggest County An accomplishment of the year was the expansion the very personal problem! of guarding and Please enter a one )year. subsenp-:
< Our guess is that it well may be the U.S. of our schools system, with the build- returning old family. photographs. tion to the Stuart New and bill

s Engineer Corps decision, expected imminently ing of a $1.000.000 high school on State Road me as follows:

on the request for federal deepening of St 76. soon to be occupied construction of a THESE PHOTOS were in themselves, t Charles I L Heath

Lucie Inlet, and measures to reduce erosion on new Port Silerno elementary school, and approval problem, since many of them were in ornate 2M8( Blur Street

north Jupiter Island. of expansion for the Carver Gardens frames" 11 -covereJ. Some were too browned Willillm l'rt, PaP
.S. If back issues available
,
: are
An extremely case was made by local High School but-in
strong by age to reproduce the cases of make effective with
subscription
interests at a public hearing at Martin. County Good news was the decision of the State those which were suitable-we insisted that first issue of November C.II.

., courthouse on June 5, 1962, before Colonel Road Department to pave Martin Highway the kinfolks themselves remove them Many

J. V Sollohub and staff. Hopes are high that and Allapattah Road in 1964 and to builda of these we had to re-photograph at The Dear Mr Harsh I :

the Engineer Corps will come up with a workable $1,000,000) () high-level bridge on the Bee News office to secure a hlaek-and-whitc (print Bless an editor who can praise

and feasible plan for inlet improvement Line Highway,: over St. Lucie Canal this year. suitable for our modern plastic engraving 5 degrees above zero. Just our sort
The one thing that could negate or stultify the Martin County grew and grew Some process. of a guy! Reminds! us of thewasn'tsobud" "it- ROIL ON, MOD I WrP: AM; IMRK BLUE OCKAN, KOI 11! According to scientists, these

long-needed improvement of the inlet wouldbe $7.000,000( ) ( in increased! : real values were add- editorials we wrote waves off Marlin Couniy'H llnlehinson Island may have an effect hall way round the world. We

strings attached for local financial; participation ed to the county tax rolls. after every hurricane and the can'I think ot a nicer present fur Great Britain, for example, past now than what would appear to
TWO PERSONS who of tremendous "time<
l-lIre. elling-better" weinllicted
the ability of the county to meet.Extra While the building permits total for the were pieces them to he warm Florida water Unfortunately, according 10 the scientists, its the motion of the
past help to us in those early weeks. of preparing on the public during the
"we ain't year was around $6000,000, half a million Great waves which travels, not the water itself
got. !
money for the Fiftieth Anniversary edition were Mrs. Depression
A feasible federal plan for a deeper, safer less than the year before, that divergence was Bessie Wilson DuBois of Jupiter and Stcphel'lSchmidt -The LdilorBUSINKSSM : ,
accounted for the fact that 1962''s
largely to
by
inlet and the stopping of the terrific erosion to director of the Martin County Scientists Studying Ocean Waves
credit went the $1,400,000 Martin Memorial VN IN
the south would be big news" because it would Hospital Stuart.In Museums. '1111NKS'O MIMHO:
bring to fruition an objective which has been .
numbers of homes and buildings 1963 KEPI U s. i ()I'tN:
aimed at for 120 years! Pioneers in 1844 and ahead with 932 homes and business i- MRS. DUBOIS who i is a director of the
was way new Editor Stuart News:
the late 80s of that sweated to
again century That Roll Around WorldTo
Florida Historical Society and an accomplished Half
the inlet. Earliest editions of this news- buildings compared to 735 for 1962. As a businessman wholly affected -
open The year marked the culmination of many Florida historian in her own right, responded by the construction of highway -
channel.
for decent
of the
paper tell hopes a years of effort to transform Martin County to our call by coming to The Stuart News No I, I want to thank those!
Our taxpayers are still paying on bonds i issuedin who watcher, the gal in 17.17 United States Rubber Company
Golf & County Club into a modern eighteenhole office with several wonderful feature articles were responsible keeping expert wave-
1926 in an abortive effort to dig a proper -all neatly typed and double-spaced, too- U. S I open as much at possible surf can, reveal' a storm 1 ho biggest sea waves aren't t scientists art pinning hopes on a
inlet and harbor, of which all that remains is cour.e.An and of invaluable during construction. toiling 1.000( miles awuyOceanographent even seen Unr. p 'cledII''I1.t\( ) floating 1 I box with li '
excellent move forward was Bill Scott's an assortment :)pioneer photographs ; }:; nilr' I
the north jetty Navy frog-men tried to blast it Mainly the head of the Dick- have measured gliinls have thrown submarines out and, fabric curtains which calmIhe
which she her
at own epenhltd rephotoltrahed -
out in World War U An inadequate 200.foot appointment of a three-county Flood Control crson Company, Walter {Crowcll waves In England which.ciime I Iron) of the water Submarine waves ocean much as seaweed doe .
District Recreation Committee to push for from the originals. Thank you the !southern tip of South Amen, beneath the surface occur when Hopefully the wave trap can
- cut ten-fcet deep was made by the government und the chairman of the County
Mrs. DuBois for labor of love which
recreation use of the man-made in a we curr.ntIf different serve us portable. breakwaters ttt
following World War II. but it has sanded in. waterways Commissioners. Frank Wuch i, ca. Antarctic storms can trigger temperaturesor
A real solution to this problem of more thana Martin St. Lucie and Okccchobcc counties deeply appreciate-and which saved our neck whom I know personally (ought swells reaching 11fdr away a I salinity clash. protect harbors, prevent beach

would. be cause! for banner head. People kept pouring in to swell our popu- when we needed it most and argued for us who were concerned Alaska. and Hawaii Seismic waves or t t'sunnmis.-Jup- erosion, and aid in sea rescue operations
ash century lation, which increased! : by 29 per cent from and convinced Mr. Crow- 1 Ihe United Stiles and New anese for 'haihor waves' -are .

line! I9M) through 1963. making us the fourth fast- STEVE SCHMIDT who also eerveyell.- ell of the importance! of this action Zealand recently launched a glob most feared because they travel
The year 1 just ended was a good one for al wave study with the c t o-t o I seri- almost unnoticed at speeds up tocK
: IIS:
thanks took wholo
I est growing county in Florida and the second man a afternoon and sup And true to their word work QUOIADIK QUO
the of scientists at New /ciil.imliOceanographic ( ) miles hour across the
Its tremendous lion
Martin County. biggest news was per
fastest on the East Coast, being exceeded in plied us with early pioneer photos-muny of has! progressed beautifully, without
.. of citrus planting in western Institute of the 1Kpartment ocean, then build up to great A friend of mine tells me that
surge the Atlantic shore which had been re-photographed Martin any tralfic lie-up or loss of busi
growth rate on only by by
of of Scientific. said Industrial heights as they approach) shorn a Beethoven symphony can solve
the entrance ...
Martin County, particularly and other Br \ard up in the missile country.It County Historical Society, complete with the nessBoth Research and 'the Universityof though, they are called! 'tidal for him a problem of conduct I've
r.7i Minute Maid Groves Corporation Is estimated that we now have 22,500 negatives Steve dug into the files at the Elliott/ men are to be commended California's Institute of dec; waves" the tsunamis are causedby no doubt that it duel so simply by

big-time producers. It has been predicted that, resident as we enter 1964. To give you an and House of Refuge Museums, loaded us with for (their civic numlcclncsw and cooJ'.rlltion physics and "Planetary Physics" the submarine! earthquakes or volcanic giving him a sen** of the tragedyand

- from the surge forward in 1963, we may well idea of how meteoric that growth is, only photos of Captain Hugh Willoughhy and the In this effort I, for one, project should provide inure accurate eruptions, An Alaskan earthquake the greatness of human des

have 50,000 acres of oranges, lemons and thirteen years ago, in 1950, we had around other pioneers of the Sewalls Point, Stuart will be forever grateful and feelgixial predictions of heavy seas' i In a:9mtrtr: seismic tiny, which makes his personal
grapefruit in our agricultural field within the 7,000 people-which means that more than and Jensen areas. He realized what a whale ofa for the future of our county so important to fishing und shipping wave IMX()C) feel anxieties seem small, which I throw

jI next decade a tremendous "economic leap" two-thirds of the people living here today have job was ahead of us and did his best to make"' the growth when Interest such, men so act for fleets.Scientists. up a heavily wooded mountainside them Into anew proportion.
public tried for and scoured trees, earth and
which-if realized-would produce $50,000000 ,- arrived 1950. it ea.sier. xWALLACE have yean Joyce Carey
annually. since Peter Cecilio to make waves spill their secrets, everything else down to the bed- .
Just as a "parting plug" for ourselves, The Leonardo da Vinci, a n ardent rock Education is man'; going forward
Next in importance, in our opinion, was Stuart News in 1963 was again chosen "Flor STEVENS came over from his I'R \ISIS I : ROGIHSI iltccnth century wave-watchcr, Ever since early seafarers "pour front cocksure: Ignorance to

removal of tolls on the ocean bridges and the Ida's Best Weekly Newspaper" in the Florida ranch home near Okeechobee City to help I OR YOU.IOREIGN A\I'IS noted that water behaves much' ed oil on the troubled waters," thoughtful uncertainty Kenneth

agreement made by the City of Stuart with Press Association contest. We have had that with photos and data on Ihe early paper, The All BILL like a waving wheat field Water men have tried to still the seas. (i I. Johnson

a Southern Gulf Utilities to supply treated city distinguished honor four times in the past six Stuart Times of 1913. Mrs. John E. Taylor, Editor Stuart News: moves up and down, but, like the In the First century A.I D" Pliny .

' water to Scwalls Point and Hutchinson Island years and "missed making it unanimous" by daughter of the Walter Kilchmgs told about The courageous vote against the wheat, remains In place. the Elder reported that divers released As soon as a man Is detailed

Coupled with decision by St Lucie Countyto the narrowest of margins in the other two the old trade boat "Merchant" and supplied' Foreign Aid Bill should nut pass In World War II, a group of olive oil from their mouthsto fora particular joh-that is tg
. borrow $500,000 from its secondary gasoline years. pictures.! unnoticed It was a vote that, I scientists, known as tin "Swell try to calm the waters The I say a duty that he has to performfor

tax funds to complete its section of the 1 his newspaper is ,going to "make history"in feet, represents the wishes of most Forecasting Section" played a vital Spanish rigged paddle wheels in somebody else'! sake---he gets
boulevard from Fort Pierce to the Mar the of his constituency and iin line part in predicting the action of parallel channels out from the''whether he likes it or not the
ocean second week of 1964 Thursday
the island this -on next MISS MARY SHACKELIORD, belovedRed with his position that t the national seas off Normandy on D-Day, shore. British officials have experimented I beginnings an ideal of conduct
north line means
tin County on Jan. 9-when we will publish our Fiftieth Cross! leader here for so many years, debt should be reduced June 6, 1944 with perforated pipes! He I may loathe the job, but his
that the sea island is getting "ripe, for development Anniversary Edition. Through the support of furnished photos and stone about Stuart's Congressman Rogers must have As those who were there re- :,laid. across a harbor mouth, which ;reasoning mind make him uncomfortable

," passing from the speculative stage to a our advertisers, it will be the largest newspaper first settler, Hubert W Bessey! and his gracious had to withstand terrific pressures" member, the predictions left some i shoot up air bubbles. < within himself if ho

phase where it will be ready for the building published in Martin County since the wife. Curt Schroeder supplied a diary written that were brought to bear and it thing to he desired. The !sea was Recently, hut with little more neglects the job.-Rudyard KIp.

of oceanfront homes and resorts first four-page edition of Tho Stuart Times by his father and a picture of Curt Sr. Mrs. took real character to vote as he catastrophically rough i success, a frenchman devised a ,ling

Some sixteen years of "effort and agony"in in 1913. Ben 1-. Eckess with and did. Me I is to be congratulated. Giant sea waves always have 1 long, open box called a hydraulic e
the attempt to four-lane U.S. 1 through We believe that this edition will be of par- memories. came up pictures I, for one know what he must 1 been man's enemy Seventy-fool i resonator 1 he Inventor claimed it It Is'sometime the man who

I Martin County paid off with construction on ticular interest to the two out of three people have gone through. hurricane waves reportedly dev i calms the tell by pitting w a v e i opens the door who i is the last to
Yours truly, troyed 20000( boats and drowned against i wave to ncutrali/e t h emotion -enter the room.-Elizabeth At j *
the final links in 1963 and before 1964 ends who have come here since 1950, spotlighting
MRS. ROSE LEIGHTON
helped on Palm Robert J, Twyman 300,000/ / people in the Day of Deni i i quuh Bibesco.
we will have a beautiful four-lancd arc-lighted as it docs the efforts of the pioneers, whose City memoirs. Edward Mapp told of how he

"Great White Way" through Stuart and a works are today's heritage and Mrs. Mapp arrived here on their honey. -----

F. E. Wood brought in wonderful
moon. pictures
of the filming of Robinson! Crusoe. Mrs. Social Security Follows National Debt Creeping! Inflation Is

Janet Dunscombe told of the pineapple plantation An Insidious Threat to

Sooner or Later Florida Must Face town.days." Ed R. Menningcr Cecil: Johns, "remembered then up in the North old Path Into Unsound Road of Big Deficit The Value of Currency

Carolina, wrote about Stuart as it was in 1923. Lust October
the
reports Bureau of Labor
; Up to Underwater Lands SituationThe Ray Lorenz E. R. Kcpncr. Alfreda Hogarth, "Are you coutmg on Social Security? If even then, it still, comes out $26. billion short. Statistic, the cost of living reached still another
and Harald Anderson "Abe" Lincoln
doughty to, you ought to be interested in a few facts Is there a solution? Yes, fortunately The record high, further increases! are expected.
and memories and
state of Florida has been put in an those owners now buy it from the Mate? brought received in a wonderful"pictures account from Mrs. Mattie we- about the !status of your 'rainy day' fund" So author points out that the system can be- Ihi particular Increase was very smaltit -
begins an article in the November-December and should h -transferred In private enter. reduced the
Must the purchasing power of a $10 bill
that must be faced upi state grant permits to bulkhead and Roberts, Stuart pioneer now of Atlanta,
embarrassing position
fill along the winding shorelines: if a requestis Ga. issue of Freedom Maga/me. prise.. There it will be administered soundly by only about a penny. Over a period of time
i to. It is selling underwater and sub-marginal made? We are continually assured by bureaucratsthat with the customers' interest foremost! the monthly loss in the dollar' value has been

: lands with one hand, while attempting to buy Those! problems meant nothing in WE HAVE necessarily skipped some in this Social Security is a financially sound sys And no one will suffer from the transfer, similarly small. One hardly notices it And.

:, similar tracts of wild for parks and recreation Florida, but they are of transcendent pioneer importance list of people who helped lay the groundworkfor tem. But Mark Andrews, author of the article, for, as the snide cites: "Equitable I ife Assurance therein lies a real danger The worth of our

use with the other. today when tropical jungle riven form the history edition. But without those above reveals correspondence he received from the Society has indicated that for the potential money, which means! the worth of our labor,
all the sub- natural would have Chief Actuary of the syslir In it, .the official incomes presently anticipated, insurance may be so slowly eroded that we hardly real-
The I. I. Bouri 1 holds title to parks which the state badly needs for it never gotten off the ground.In .
admits that Social Security la i not "actuarilysound" companies of America could guarantee ize the peril that exists. Like water
merged lands along florida's thousands of recreational purpose addition to the list above, Mrs B D. Fulton wearing
and i Is not intended to be! 150 per cent to 200 per cent of our political away tone, day by day, month by month,
miles of shorefront, much of which was regarded Often these lands contacted scores of pioneer families along
appraised at extremely
are -
The actuary claims that the system doesn't promises' and fund the program to boot! year by year, the loss is barely discernible.
as valueless by the early government low figures when bought by the upland the Indian River-and thank them all.
have to be sound because it is compulsory "Such I is, the genius of America' great private But, ultimately, the stone ceases to exist
surveyors.So owners. But if the slate moves to buy the
instead of laboriously plotting out all upland lands, it must pay a high price, Why WE STARTED printing one eight-page sec Therefore they can always lax future participants enterprise system and such, by com* So it Is with creeping inflation. Values-
tion to pay the benefits promised to today' parison, is Ihe failure of government-m-busl- irreplaceable value be almost -
the curves and bends of rivers, the surveyors couldn't the process be reversed and the state each weekend-after the regular paper *-may destroyed
established so-called meander lines on the purchase the full rights to the shorelines at the wa out-on Friday, Nov 7, 1963. The ninth contributors. Any insurance company that ness Governments are incapable of approaching unnoticed. And the primary cause of
operated on that premise would, of course, theM problems on a financially- that inflation is
high ground Does the land they omitted, same appraised price that it sells them? eight-page section should be rolling tomorrow. spending by government beyond -
and belong to the upland A* yet, we don't know how many there will be prosecuted by the same government that sound basis for they are interested only in income-which means", to a very great
mostly marsh swamp It appears to us that the state has itself in
the meander lines? Must be when all are inserted together for the anniversary operates Social Security Yet the system is political Implications extent, spending for purposes which are not
owners beyond a box. So long as it sell any underwater edition next Thursday, but it is a $320 billion short of having the money to There can be no doubt that the solution within the true responsibility, of government

... III' lands to any upland owner it must do the safe bet that it will be the largest newspaperever pay promised benefit to present members. advanced is the correct and just one. Politicians The menace of inflation has not: been eliminated

!same for any other owner. It must face up published in good old Moon County. The author of the article cites additional will stream that their "sacred cow" -it is only dormant And the problem it

All photograph reproduced in The Stuart to a situation that Is growing in importance material received from the actuary in which it must be administered by Ihe government They present Is made all the greater by the almost!

News are by The STUART NEWS staff unless all over coastal! Florida The policy shouldbe TO EVERYONE who helped, a heartfelt /is revealed that they expect future members will probably even claim that millions of poor universal demand for lax reduction-with n"

Otherwise credited. clear-either that it will sell to the upland thanks. And we hope that the edition will set to make up the $320 billion thortage They estimate "little people" will suffer without the government certain reduction in spendina.Vondcrfulldca.
bidden sell(
or none to '
anyone. the pace for an even "bigger and better" that present members will pay $255 s Social; Security
The present situation is becoming more Martin County in tho New Year. billion in taxes and collect $544 billion in But it Is for those so-called "little people"that A \ for
i! impossible by the moment It is not fair to benefits. While future members will pay $640 this transfer must take place Common decency
grant a right to one and withhold it from an- demands that we get the Congress to Follow
ONE THING is for sure, It should help billion in S.S. taxes and collect only $377 system into
The Stuart News will furnish photo prints other. We think that there should be a everyone to realize that we do have a deep billion.In. competent hands before it is too late before Democrat t
Kan. :
Wichita,
the ,
of sizes up to 8 by 10 inches, of any picture sweeping re-examination of the underwater historical of all thorn who have come to rely on it are According to
heritage struggle crowned with other words, members will receive -
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 lands policy, both as to private rights and pub success over twice what present they put in;, while fu- left in the cold, with nothing to show for allthey've "in one part of ancient Greece, it long law
was the custom, when a man proposed a
for additional lic into it.PRflY .
and $1.00 any rights.
put
for the first print .
at the ture members will get back! : only about half In the popular assembly' he did so on a platform
print' ordered from the same negative IT WILL be a tribute to those who Um d of what they put in. And even then, the with a around his ne-ck I If the law

same time; larger sizes by special: quotation. We think that the face-lifting job on the the 1aoJ-the hard way. figures still leave a $26 billion deficit that CooD COMPARISONThe passed, they rope removed the rope." If It failed,

Stuart News employee will not take photograph Green and Holleran buildings in downtown will undoubtedly have to come out of the Albany, ? New quipped recently: they removed the platform. If this system

except for the new and advertising Stuart are just about the finest thing that Famous people hire pres agent and then general lax fund. 'Democrat and Republican in Congress are were instituted in our Congress, it ou110/

column of The Stuart New. have happened to improve Flagler and OsceoU; wear dork glauc to, keep anyone from knowing The article states: "W. are robbing our accusing one another of playing politic. That' doubt, cut down on the number of bills intro

Avenue in recent yean. who they are children to pay for our own benefit i. and I like accusing: Daniel: Boons of carrying a gun" duced eachI aessiom,"





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Tim STUART (Ha) NtUS Cultural Attache to Houghton 55
Thursday! January 2, 1964 I II
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Building Permits r Home Building: Section i ] Joseph Verner Reed Writes on


Total
$$19,625

I Memoirs of the Paris Embassy
Eight permits for new residences RECENT BUILDING PERMITS

were among the twelve building \
permits imued In Martin County (Dec. 20 through! 27) Joseph Verner Reed of Jupiter longed in America. In a later age shrugged its shoulders to the wid
or luring$79.625 the past week for a total Owner Location ContractorCity Description Amount Island and Greenwich, Conn, who they might have been sent in fan ow ot an Embassy officer who
served as cultural attache at the simile )by Telstar, no doubt. Mean dropped dead during his lunch
The city inspector's Sl n: permit Stuart United States Embassy in Parisin time someone else in the Embassy hour. Sorry, lady but your pension
totaled $41,150. MX: Issued by the the Eisenhower administration, would take charge can't start till the end of three I
coiinjy Inspector amounted to has written "To The Embassy," "Since the had months That how it reads in
D Haley Marlin't Mobile Homes None Awning $ I 150 Embassy at most
"
$38,475The
recently published by Duell inNew the "Book. Meantime, was she to
1045 Terrace Road RHL Construct Residence OO 2.(XX( ) or no employes, the roots ofFrancoAmerican
11,
Inc
R H Lear, York friendship were starve? Yes, unless she was to eat
Academy created R. H. Lear, Ine 1049 Terrace Road RHL Construction Residence. 10,500 the snowstorm of official papers
In a recent review in The New only sporadically pulled up to see <
by Cardinal Richelieu In 1615 Peoples Bank of Stuart 321 East Down Boulevard Fcrrin Signs Sign 4,000 York Times, Charles Poore said of how they were growing,, But ever)' which fell daily upon the Embassy '
to language preserve and perfect the French Coral Gardens Construction Co, 504 River Point Drive South None Residence 7,000 Reed and his new volume: effort counted: one way or the No grudge against a State Department

Coral Gardens Construction Co. 507( River Front Drive South None Residence 8.O() ( "He served with not Inconspicuous ,other like that Houghton placed in an Paris admirableman and!
gallantry at the United States "Mr Reed is not an indiscriminate
TAINTS HARDWARE then tried to run the show over
Martin County Embassy Now, half a dozen or idolater of the State Depart. his head'
ATlantlc 7-0363 + !so years later, he has written a ment: 'A State Department that i
Osmo A. Siarmcn Gomez; None R idcnce.and tool shed 4.000 cheerfully blazing memoir about iI I "Others may abide the question
Celv..w'Ite Clarence Evans Port Salerno None' *" I t Residence 8,000Cabana his uproarious adventures. It is one But Mr. Reed has other questionsto .
Plu...., lu.I'' William Burnt Fishnho) None 1,87S of the most entertaining chroniC $173,058 Granted ask One n about the American
S I 0' on diplomatic band tand.- wife of the serviceman stationed
'Ite Cutr. None Addition
Ignatios Golichowskl South Jensen Hcigths 600 across-the.seas since the genre For Cancer StudyDr overseas"There:
aks.kttwt.t. Leon DodgeR Palm City Farms Ray Hampton Residence 9.000 was given iu modern, form by Sir she was, trailing into
........... V Davit Seagate Harbor A. Hertel Residence 15,000 Harold Nicolson.i I Donald Smith, Miami, chair the PX or the Commissary in her
Mitar- ....... Pw lUek A. Dwbr, : "Obviously, diplomacy was fir man of the Cancer Research Com thin shoes and her thin coat lead-
Alii, P rMr Cafcb ... OtkOT too important a matter to leave mittee of the Florida Division of ing two, three, sometimes five,
INDIAN RIVER SALES to the diplomats. They had never the American Cancer Society, said little! ones-all depressed.
0. TN J&NsltN PrI. 0.IItACH. Mila H.rtk. 1,200 Sq. Ft. House Has 3 Bedrooms quite regained their eminence after that in the past twelve-month period 'Wasn't it more important to
all tbe sour notes they blew in ,, a total of $173058 had been sell France to the Army wife to
I preludes to World War II. A new allocated by the society for purposes her corporal husband, to her mother
HeathcoteNurseries rat.., lawn was called for and among of conducting.. cancer research who had come along to help
projects at institutions i In
the aubadists Mr. Reed.
was with the kids, than the other way
The first group of figuresIn Tic had I must say a devil ofa Florida around-always trying I to sell
Architect the house number represents time volunteering to serve his The statement was i issued in the America to France?' "
Designed Landscaping the square feet of liva- country. All his bright past-including society's annual report to state and
OrlMtal Daign A Specialty able area in the house (The a stretch as a Broadway local unit volunteer ACS offices Sand "paper" made of mylar
Complete Line of Ornamental other group is an office number producer, which in 1938 he had and board members film is tough and flexibleMETAL.
Pleat l'at.rIaLThe Indian ) According to Jan Reiner sealed off with a book called The Dr Smiths report stated that
River Am' Oldest Landscape the cost of building sucha Curtain Falls'-was held against grants and awards of the American -
Nursery, Our 38th Year" Turn house may be reckoned as k hint during the bureaucracy ceremonies : Cancer Society are issued only -
Right off U.s. 1 at Llndslfy about $10 l land square foot, of red-tapestried inimoU- after, undergoing careful screening We Are Workers In ]Metal
Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone exclusive of cost For example r tion. by a selected group of distinguished IF WE DON'T HAVE IT
HOward 15332. a house numbered 1rzeo Yet he persevered.. The Agin- doctors and scientists
935-11 l would have 935 square court spirit bad doubMcssly' enter who are versed in all areas of cancer WE CAN MIKE IT
feet of livable area and ico sSs ed his soul when he was contemplating research The screening- committee
should I 'cost approximately the American Shakespeare includes eminent membersof
Tops In es-tgn $9,350 to bu Id. ((2)) Two children rooms to ho I Festival at( Stratford, Conn Any. the society's advisory committee i!! !=
d separated by a folding partition PRHa way, after various dry runs in the on research, personnel for research -
JII I" which would allow their fusion into united States Information Service and the research advisory
KINGSIGNS By JAN REINFR one I large play space, and all that he became a kind of council. Grants are given for excellence 'STUART PLUMBING
Home No. 1200.166 ((3)) An extra spacious i utility wowtHCKITCH impresario at large for President : of plan and promise, and & METAL WORKS
room to accommodate the customary BEDKOOM io Ei nhower's Ambassador to balance In terms of the programs Boa M8 ATUntlc T 0111 Stuart
The floor plan of this 1.200. laundry equipment, a 6-foot s France, Amory Houghton. a whole.
square.foot three.bedroom masonry work bench (R). and floor to-ccil- 'It was a lavishly demanding assignment --------- I '
house had to, meet five specific( ing shelving 14 inches deep; It had. no true bounds
requirements; : ((4)) Each child bedroom to have and it attracted some rather devoted -
a 5-foot closet and the master bed. enemies. Without portfolio -
((1)I) A crosventilated living-din-
NEON ,SPECIALISTS "ft the cultural attache i Imprint .
lag area which may be extended room to have 10 feet of closet BEDNOON = I i beyond, Mr Reed bustled-
Fort Pierce HOward 4-1399 into a screened porch 'suitable for area; *s& the side ((5)) Mtxmium living for t among
dining on garden ; space
------ the building dollar LL>_? the writers the Frenchmen in the Motors Rewound
The find result of these five streets and the French patriciansin .
poows- {JON their chitcaux-who had only Home Wiring & Outlets
r basic 46-foot requirements rectangular was slab-on this -26 graile by \ r.1CAIlPORT a few thousand titles left with Water Pump RepairsOPEN

house with a front carport and a \ J hich to noblesse themselves.
( rear screened porch and toppedby Someone always had to be on. ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 4
I land to honor Lafayette somewhere
) II''gently sloping saddle roof .
,1 which extends over the front and or other, you know That
ailed for the services ,
of Mr Reed
rear additions (see cut)) The 13 .a dramatic cone of light over the areas. However, a movable buffet -I Someone hud to to all those I
go ED
)
FURNITURE RENTALS by tected 22-foot entrance carport to provide the front a door pro- flowers and extra light for the lit bookshelf or planter'could be parties that people go to-the better -

as well as to the ]jalousie door of ing room). used instead Crossventilaticn i is to tell one another that they
; ROWELL FURNITURE CO. the utility room Between the 6. The size of the living-dining area provided by 6-foot sliding glass loathe all those parties That called
foot-wide sliding glass door of the is marked on the plan which also doors at both ends of the 25 foot- for the services of Mr Re'd. If I
Dial AT 7.0804 We Give Gold Bond Stamps j living room and the car is a pi.inter shows a 3I' -foot.high parapet ((4 deep area. you weren't in a rush you weren't

.==------ (P) with' a sky dome over it (for: feet wide) to separate the two The L-shaped counter of the I really'And in if the you push dulnt to the I HIGBEE ELECTRIC
--------- --------- go
9'/ by 10V foot kitchen has a I
4- ,,,:.. push the push rushed to you Inert
corner window with the ((0)
oven )
were people who wanted to get 327
and range (R) facing, the porch medals or Matisses shipped to OSCEOLA AT 7.0744
t, '.I'."...< < ) ; wall and the double sink ((5) and 'America They applied to Mr
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Three Talks Here on SundayMajor officer Command for the in 1948 command and invitation clubs, convention to speak societies,before town, -hulls 1 lead, and the the 14th"40 Air&Force 8..' 131211'S........ in t to '91'1I.12',!(XX is),(XXI expected hv. 1970 to m- Christopher drawn I hy. an Colles Army m mapmaker J789 ., I
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make three talk here on Sunday from private to major being for pt'rl'f'rlafl'Comminee' on rre"k'nl with research material. Reserve and teaches
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years in active duty in entire Far E:intern situation He is research analyst lecturer
ho He 11 scheduled to make an address Force Intelligence in every major leg China. Siberia Japan, and general chairman ol kvturer Major carry a complete stm'k of all natural vitamin -
Ich at the Southern Methodist theatre of war. He served first in churia Korea the Phjhffin Church league of America ered to he an expert" For big/ savings we also have our own line
ion Church Osceola and Illinois l l i i South America then North Africa Southeast Asia and Alaska. I ree Streets, at I II I a.m.; to make a talk Europe China-Burma-India houses and joint chiefs of book. entitled "Col.I Ir.a w/.
In at Stuart Youth Center undersponsorship and after the war in Al.xka. He termed this testimony at being I tlvl8t11 In the ("hur hes" expos FROM
to of Harold Johns Post received Nationalist China's highest of the finest given. on the Far the alarming extent to \\huh: L.\Rr.
tilterA of the American legion at 3 p.m.; aviation decoration from Generalissimo He predicted that South K< unitt prornipTHta has. pene Iu t act tin : '1 THE HOUSE OF HEALTH
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LUTHCIIAN CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW
4rJ Application ha I W. Prim Vlat Blvd, Pots St. Lad

CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS M C Board .. Zoning Adjuat*ealOhelrma .s..wW i ,, 1 the Department of the M" C. B1PE.Sunday PASTOR

*AIt.,oIl.Silt. .AnenyflioueVe4 .., i. $. Cammiinlty Church ( 1'h.*ira-..Fred T .I*itbuoduaIrd p m.. C.ortbouo.Martin a, ., I John and G.Crary Barnard, attorneys c/o 1.:ill 10 .am... Worship'SchooL Swvlo

H. S. SOUTHERN METH. MISSION
Amateur Kadi Emergency Cerpa Ceuely Muaeum Ceatmleeln
('.".r. ".altir.-- Sra 1rs.. i ,... 4lh Tuea, I 90 pm. Ctnirthoiu. .. u p ,, permit to construct a ReV. CHARLES BKNMCTT: ,...
a ,, I Ida *.m. Son* Bervle'
Animal. 11...... Leaf*. M. C Zealng lad Paunuif Cej.tealea. > c ; _J'jr i place twelve mooring DIAL-A.PRAYER AT 7-2512 sloG p.... Kvnlng Worship
PrtaMent Mra Barl J. Itloo Chairman-Jamei baughaa St Lucie River I
1 hocnea School marlCbulrnrsuH.iiry I HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC: -UdkutmFH.
'th Tu. 10 p. : t
O Kindred at the applicants OF OD-Pol. City XAVIER iCNLCHST :
...1..... PI...I..... W_'. Oilh ASSEMBLY
Courtboua
tnd Mon. 7 10 p.m.. 6 LHAHLL8 THOMAS
P.sld.nt-----LIda WenningerInd I and and the east 1I.-II.nd. 1t45 'ID.I First J'rt.

.4th Tuea; nlihta l : Flrat Halt BwkCeeoanut Tawn ef Sewella PaistMororJ. I of lot 4. block 8. 10KIO e.m Sinday School1100am day. .. .... Co..lo. boSom Maaaoo,

Park.Nertk River S....... Wad... I M.rqu.tioltd 1'..- Tows Hall division. at 409 1 ,10 ,.DI.. Ihura.Horsing. Bible Worship Study Prayer MARY'S EPISCOPAL-CIS Oaaa
Preperty Owaera Aaaoclaliea 'II 500 .m. Sunday. Youth Sertle Boulevard. Stuart
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'...Id.n..c. M. Rohrabauch pier I.10 p.m. bvanccllitl Service The RBV W. B. BOWK. Rector
...Uuis Sad Wit Democrat Club FIRST BAPTIST-MO I. A...... AVMIM 7 ,10. I.U. 11 a-m (Sept t Jo .)
Corel! eo...... Clvla Aaeoclatlo Pmsiduuu-Rob.rl. P MoBobert. JrMet LNDIANTOWN MARINA is one of Florida finest fresh wate taciliti. V jrh 11 drawn scores of to the waterway CHAPLAIN JOHN M BUIWON! I Ills 10 p.iJuets Sept.*) *

Pre.L'tomV-Kdmund: Pleala ea saIlRupublinas inks and other water and recreation uetivitiei from applicants Interim Putor Weak Dare
: visitors Bout a-C
let SUB, I P.s.. M.C. Agricultural. BldgFreeholder Club .f Martha Ceuary churning line and would Bund.*"? I I.00 *.m. Holy Eucharist Thuraday an 4

AeeecUtleaPreeldent t4Sam. Bundny Srkool Saint Day and a* announcedRKV
.-Colonel U. V" BottongM..ta Repuhllca PM.ot-.l.m.Women B. Club Watao.. Martla I c:.. q ,- !; : .;;irrJI L.head eight feet wide 11 ,00 p.m. Humbug Worship EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE BLESSED
.wide lower lit ... Training Union
o* **UGa 1'.ld.nII.. Intro W. H..... : foot landing. p.

,de* Club 01 l SruartPreelrient lad Tu... a p.m., I'int foj.Uona Bunk I yi1\ .ruu7 : of the pier would be TUt 1'... Wit Fvenlni
-Mra. John W. II...., - - - feet above mean k \" 1i50 ,.11I. IIld..k ...,.. ....... ,10 a.m. Church. School
lad Moa., lit* p.... Woman a Club DELICIOUS ORGANIZATIONS '/ I 7 .00 p.m. HoI, uoharlal
', also proposed to place .
PALM CITY BAI'TISTIII u McCerdH
Nlhleca Park Clvw Aaaeclatleaj. CHRIST .ZMOItJAL-Jopltor, I.IaaIWtltae
Clria' Friendly Society .
,...Id.. .orr. MatOonald Leader Mr*. bout Whltlear 1 piles in two linen NKY TATUM futor I ( _'0. oDll'. Nun Ie ApriL)

lit Mon, T JO p.m.. rirat" NallonaJ Bankhdlaatavm Fri.. I ..D. Bt Mary ChunkSt. : eighteen to twenty-five II.:41 00 *a.m.m,. Sunder Mornliui School Worahl I CHURCH OF COD-Indian.. !.**

Clvl Club Jeaepk Guild IJ on each hide of the I:10 Dm Training: Union. I RfcV!) GARY J. DAN8BV
Preeldent Grady Bnltatt Preeldenv Mra. Henry B. Spenoer Tt4l pm Evening Wonhlp i baa ..m. Sunday School
Men. I .... lit Mon.. I p m, kVthool Protests or lao pm:: : Wedneeday:: Midweek: Pray.er 11 CO ..11I. Morning WorshIp

,..*. Beack Care. Club St. Jeaaph. Holy Name SocietyPreatdanl the application under Meetln tiaO 1,19, :::: Wed.. I"lo Warship PaupI.'i

Prealdent-Mra. Calvin Wither .-H. RoimarlnThin tion should be FIRST BAPTIST: -Port Salon EDd.....
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..... Beach Woman AssuulstlusPyssid.uMr .. - Ins ..m. Sunday School CHURCH OF THE GOOD 8HEPHEID..
I. - necn P. O Box
11 00 .... Morning Wurship1IO
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.. Franeea Clubbuui.1usd. V-OUTINCl ville 1 I. Fla.. in time to p.m. R.A. and O.A. mooting L. ALLEN
lit Ird Mon, 8R 787 t 10 ..m. Holy Communion
Soy Stout .f America Ill, pm fcvonlng Worahlp7t
.' W_'* Club Iroutmaaur-Carl: DelpWed. ed on or before Jan >0 pm:: Wadnoaday Prayer mo ttoga. I I,10 ..DI. Pariah EucbarUt Sermoaand

Preeldent-Mra. Frank. Com .. t lid p.m.. Stuart Am Letlon Ball Choir praatle foil..... I Sunday School.
Club U.111 ..... MornliaPrayar. Plrat Pun-
lad MOB.. I p.m. Woman ,.... .... Bkk. 420 SOCIAL SECURITY BAPTIST
SM Eiploren RIO I dAl' "' tb. """"'. Ual" Cc>...OIU..
Marti Count? Aeduhoa $. Board 8.Ippo.-00.; (Oleaio OFFICER IS HERE RbV JACK FERNANDEZ Ion plain.
Ird MOB, I ..., Judge Clonta' oil leg W..... t *0 p.... A......... ...rt.* I t,4S .-... Sunday School I
EVERY MONDAYA I Wot.hlp JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
II ,00 ".m. Morning
M C. Aaaoclatlo fur Menial Health - - - 1 0 10 p m Tral,,Ing Union Skyllae Drive. Jenae. BeechHBV
,...Id.nt-a... Cenald BchroederInd SERVICE CLUBS representative of 745pm. Ennlng WorshIp NKWTOSJ M TWEEDY

Tbura.. aoon Tb. Bud CI...... Club .. tuart Palm Beach District 1.4J. 1'.... Wit p.o-Irs pee Mating *,16 a.m Sunday School:
M C. Chapter, Amerkaa Cueer .....11' I'r..ld..I-A. Huaton IMO and II ..... \MornIng Worahlp
Chairman-J. D. Cray Wad.. 1 M pat Ship. Lan..... Stuart every week to TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-HwyLKWIS II p.m. Youth V.llow.hlp
tons on Social : STANCIL. Pastor 'HOpm. Wedneaday. You,h Choir
Marti Meneeial. Heepltal Aualllaryfrealdent lidlaatow Klwanla Club oral a-ra Sunday School I J II' p.m. Wedneaday. fienlor Chair
-Mra. Curt Otto .>...Idont-.l BoblnaonWed He is to be found I II :,00 am, Morning WorshIp ,,00 p.... Thunday. Midweek. a.....*
tit Men, Flrat national Bank. 11 ill p.... Semlnol Ua day morning from 9 a. ,41 pm. Training Union

Marti Ceonry .. .... ChHdre*.. **.. I....* Beach. LI..... Club at the County Welfare I ::00pm 00 p::m: Evening Wad.: Midweek WonhlpI Praya, !JEHOVAH?"'L'r, .."WITNESSES-Brltt. W.tco"ta_ Stud",Road
Pss.Id.nO-lea, SwlfertM
'Tnea. Ill p.m.. Pioneer. Claairaoa 1'.ldont-J. Dee. Haglcr AvenueTribes DUNKLIN MEM'L BAPTIST-Indl.. ._ .nd1.Jto p.m. BlblV Btudy
lsI.Ird OW..., Till pm. Beyvonr'lluElterHob hVANS "ET' Bhuuli III"'
Natwnal. Seeretariei AeaMlatla .. Bound Krvanta Club OUTDOOR If UN i, a part ot all Indiantown lite, Hire two uniuciititim mt.n enjoy hunting m the KbV loon, MICKLY e-m. Bui: day; School Ber.ie Hooting

rmldent: Mra. Vlr.lnla: : Vfaal Proulduut-Wsrr.u Haymond surrounding wooded areas of mountain 11 00 ..m. Morning WorshIp REDEEMER LVTHERAN. Ocaaa Bid.
4U Than, Pint National Bank Mon., t pan. Jupiter Lit Maria Northern Luzon are call I .H p..... Trailing, Union RltV: DONALD K. BCHROBD1.H:
.. Club 780pm. Worahlp Borvlc 5:15 .... Sudsp Bohool .
,... Clt. Ca.* Bible ltud
Preelden*-Mra. Boson Nyfaler Botany Club ad BouartPr.aSdont.Dr. ---. lilO pm.:: Wad.. Mldwook IorIeoaT 10.10 .... Worship bsrrIeo.
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Bud Than.. I 10 ...., Clvla Center W.d.. 1111. p..... M....._ auht. Club I II JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Eaal 10th St. CHRIST THE KINO LUTHERAWJunlter -
.. CM, Or,a 'laatlB '<. REV JAN JANUSZEW8KL AdmMaiau .
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Prealdene>Dr. Oeerge H. Boat Stuart Klvwu. ClubPrmtdautThomao II ::; ". Sunday 7. and II .-... term JOHNSON. P.itor
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Week darel a-m ; Si-hool
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lad TuN.. ., 11 ill ...... Town Hou.e < : >:t.J't Saturdays and. Thnraday I,00 a.m Paator Plane
Cur Stuart HI.St_ Squat Dane '
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Rev. J.tW Bou.e : sIlo and 140 to I JO pat
Moa. I ..., home. '" ,m't-: :' FIRST METHODIS1'-UIOO Colmfe Aft
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Thun. I p m., Youth tenter "', ST. CHRISTOPHER S CATHOLIC- RBV WALTER: D. JRSSUP
Pert Salenw Clvk: AeaeetatiMPrealrfanl Hob' Sound I.4, a-m Morning WorahhtJ
-Walter Benaoa Stuart Lion Club M... at 10 Id a.m. Sunday .00 ..... Church School

lot TIsoro... ; it: Club&huelala. o o Prealdenv Al Kemertnd FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST 11100'10 a.m Morning Youth WorshIp
IrE Tber. p.m. Fallowahlp
.4th Wed., 1 pta. Town Boua 7Z4 Eaat Ocoa Boulevard. (0 rower,"hi arvlo
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Pie. Clvl Club it-lrd Thun, noon. Sunrle. haL rm: Boon Wad 191 Teatlmonlel Flaglar Avo.Hootingloading Houral TRINITY RJV.: NIIL METHODIST-J.OUNSALU' Buaos

preilHent Jnrh Bhomer Smart ..Payuaual'r.atd.utDiaR '. :' Mon through FrL, 10 .m.-a p.in.ISaWrdaya ViOl ..,
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tit Than.. Clubhoua Pryorlua I 10 ......n,aG p.... 1,50 i.. wS.5ttr.JKSS1Ird .

Wamaos Clb : *., I:III p m. Pink Pony .; BJl' CHURCH OF CHRIST-.428 Palm Bch. ft*. tau p.m. Bundi" W8rihl"kIi4l 1st soc
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Tabebula" Cards Group Legion, ,..... Beech. r....." 10,00 a.m. Bible Study 1kV. .
Chairman-M' ''a. K,bert I. Kwlet ()Jomroind.r-tlUtos Bewndaind 11KIO ..m. Worahlp and Communlo ..m. Sunday 1ieh.,1
fit Wed, I litm... hornet .4tk. lion. I p.m, Legloa Ball "" ..... F..lnlf Warship 1110. a.m lion,Ing Worship
.: - wod .. ." Woman Mlaalonary Soclaty ....'. tint
Of COMMERCE Amerlcaa Uglen Stuarttomnaidn Tilt pn Midweek Blblo Study. W.... of.rnoah. ** ll4' *.*.
CHAMBERS 'I :

..... ...... MyerlIrd tnd; and (th-John Frl. 1.I. p Taylor.m.. Lgla Ball ? 4A THE CHURCH OF COD-Fbujlar. St Ti4 .... Pmyar,. B'.nu'Ie..

Preel lent-Pr. William REV. B1L.UB MoALPIN Sill p... Board .. ilia...... (l.a
u.a.. I pm. Community Centereeaaea Aaurlcaa Lailee Indlantow 10,00, ..m. Sunday School Tltur.. .ah .onth)
Beech Ara Commandir-Jim !Jib, '.$ ... .. .. .- ) 11 .00 .,... Morning Worship
Fonb. 4tk Sat.. S p.m.AmerlcM 7 10 p.m. Evening W"..hlp, SOUTHERN METHODIST-r" Balmia
p..ld.nl'.ank Muo.0 dirontoro. S ....... NEW HOUSES: life springing up in many areas surrounding Indlantown 78I| p.m. Wed, YPE Sarvle RIIIV. I). H. kNIGHT 0I&
sod Legion, Auxiliary I....* hood .10 *.... Wo..hlp BannIng
Punt Balaso.pm.IdunuE.. Pr.aiduut-Mro. Emm. Motu. as more and more people mov into rural areas to evciipe BIBLE UNION CONGREGATIONAL 10 ijl "lit. Bonds, 8011001

D. Bodenbaoghtnd tnd-4tk Mon, I P.m. the congestion and traffic of coastal areas Palm CIty J p.m. Epwortk Laaguo
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ooosi.rsuidont..W.! K. (Benny) Halaoaind Ind.4th Mun-Mr,*.I Clare..11I.. Legion May Talma Hall IndiantownGets 11 ton am Morning. Worahlp W.d_" Worn I .0 .... Lod''" Mmalouamy BooIetIr
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IuurLu Martla Ceunty Barracka.' W.WJ V._ an a Fellowahlp *|IO ...... Prayw Meeting

Hetall Merchant Dlvlalea l. Cunou.ndup-Joht:% O Luce / PEOPLES CONCacCATIONAL-Jupte. FMST .METHODIST.....'_
4 Chairman; -Philip Bameahtk lat-lrd )'ri. J. B. Community Center MAYNARD A. MILLI
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"CONSERVATION" r l Mra. Helen T. rorguan 10,00 a.m Church 11100 am, Morniag' Worship
.. Old Com. Church UiOO e.m Morning Worahlp Nonary Ian p.m. Blip
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Fre..Went Buien. Moor.. Duo 111Ird I V.F W, ItaurtCunomandarJubi I -s" ,,10 .... Youth Voapar BervlM 'IV' ..n. Thuraday. Junior Choir
Mon. I p.m.. Flrat NaUvoal BaaoJlLaak ; M. MurrayInd and the fact n utustcd in a new town Rodeo Bowl Drawing over ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL'-Jusa.* Bch. ... ..m. Thuraday, Senior Cboil

Wellen League .4ih '1'b..... Guide Oat BuildIng brochure recently printed and now 15,000 spectators from all over REV: NORMAN B. FEASTEftSunday .
Kindredlet FIRST
Fidunk-4hInb05
Frt. I ..... Coqnboua VFW. hsdluotawoCummuedarJuo.pb W. Pniton being distributed the 'state scores of the nation'stop ROBERt KING HIGH, Miami mayor, is the fourth T It a.m. Holy. Communion P1lV. MALCOLM plI.E5BYTEltIAN-N.A. RARRIS RI,.Pooto.Sbar.o

bronc busters compete for REV. .... .YONliY: LOWRUQ:. .....Lo...
anilChurch .
Ceeaervatlea Club ,It Poat Mom The folder brochure about eight .Oil a.m. Family Communion
JunIor I.t-'" Set. 4 pm. to announce in the forthcoming race for Florida 5,00, .... PdumuI.g Wurakip
Too., t II p.m.. Bvulrt V.utk C-U' V.F.W. Aualllory. Stuart by fourteen inches contains new cash and glory. Indiantown it in lllOO .Morning SchooL bra turin I BormonFlnjt 10O "m. Buoduj Cltllrch IIc'ool

SaUMak Club Oommaii ler- Mra. Malvlna Weed erul pictures showing Dome of the the center of one of Florda best t ( Hun.lay Holy Communion) 11.00 am. Mueofog W.rohlp

: ..._W. B. Bradley ... Wed. Golden Oslo BuildingMISCELLANEOUS I cattle and citrus areas .. D.,. PRESBYTERIAN _
trt. I ..... ....r.. meeting : !:: ... enjoyable pustiniet of Indiantown Is Fourth Tueadey T *.*>. Holy Coaimnnlo enrLOYD .. COMMUNITyHuh.
37 5 P....l dlrettora let ". L Field.Bk. and a few word from community Ihe Indiantown Marina is High Tkuraday-U .... Holy Communlo B. RACER: Pa*)*.
Tuea, till pm. Wltb.nl Hr.t Thuraday fooling Servlee)
nIne .
Florida finest fresh e.m Buaday gonool
Civil Air P.trolOoDlIII.ndRplIoJor leaders among water FuidsyI .... Holy Communion
"" LeaehCemmltlea 11 10* *.. Wonhlp' Bervlc
"FIREMEN'S "ORGANIZATIONSJeaaen $ C. In the brochure County CommiMioner facilities Surrounded by a U.lty Church. 704 S. Fifth. Fort Plaroa .110 P.... youth Fallowahlp'

Beach Flremee. Auallwr el lOGChalrm.oHonru' Jack Williamson : beautiful picnic and recreation 11 ton ..DI. Church Sunday 111 Po... Wed Adolt.Yuutk Cholrai"IV
,...ldonIII.*. Al WUleke G. Elndred says the Indi mtown Marina makes Bid for 7.10 ..m. .., ... Wedneedar
IH Monday I .... Executive Director-John C. Dabnvy, 'To me, 'Indiantown is people area IND UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP
Volunter DpartavMltwa Ill W.O.... Blvd. AT '-'..11Lad people with the pleasures of fishing and boating .'ort e'i" Beach Commuily tenter. .
****** Beack JI. natural unpretentious The least densely populated city ,. Soao.y l>"".. Fort Pie... Baach
., .. Aaaocletlo. available to the
GuItars community |
pm illowahlp
whom one can enjoy real friendship Burntt:50 .
p m l'mduy
il Ells
Fh. 'a AumlUary realdent Mra. fcdn; P" Dan of those of 2.500 or more )'allow.hip I
ieleree mee l residents. Robert King IJiSh. Highs! candidacy Sehool. 10 ..m. Sunday.
fort'_Mary Catanna rue.. Ill* *,*.. M C OoliACUy. Club .' home town In which everyone worth Me., where there is a square
Thun. 1 .v ..... rlreheuaePert can participate. Indian- Says G. C. Troup of the CircleT mayor of Miami' thirty.nine'l the number of PENTECOSTAL .81.L&-Iadlaa.,. _
Club CURTIS
for BK
Art mile
Lively fifty-two
SeJen vJuBteer Fir P.pailmiatPrealdant ,.. ._Mra. ... Aabby Arbg>*4 town I it a fast growing communityof Ranch: "I I think of Indmntown Florida governors race dates for the governor every persons IJ-M am. Sunday.aBot-: :

-Bobrt JohnaOB. kid ,.... li 13 p.... aom.* with honest values" as one of the few communities with the avowed f LUL: ADS EHTIsRStbiST: 1'.... Sundar Evwigellatle Bonitos

-.2"! .. flr.kuus.FRATERNAL _ Martin County Pair Aiaeclade people left where young and old alike can backing redl II'ictinghich would next: springs primary. _t IIP ..... Wit lUSTY ji ix.;'* COt sIT
A "roundup" of life In Indian- have announced i11 ii-;
W. H.....,
OOANlZATlON3iSuIu p.ld.n\o-J.
the that Florida cities better Llela.IL> ADiHR1'l.EMH5jTO
pleasures we give MtHIIN tOLM't. M.OHIUI ; :
enjoy simple represen
Cbuptar. Ordor .1 D.M.Ist lat 110... lIlt 1'.., Agrlmltural BI4,. town as pictured by the brochure or Hayden Burns a n IV ltR554'b'ATLt:
all knew children. It is a place tuition in the Legislature"In
.... as
Maater Council.ir Charlaa Slpoaad Cob life In Indiantown OPVKLLti *
Marti County Cell sad Country out that John Mathews. both
{ .*<*. Mon t *l p.m, II...... TmpUAaacla 're.ldent-Kd HllbeeIrd points informal and relaxed. It is distinguished where there Is plenty of room his opening statement\ High \ A. LJPPINCOTT. t WHOM: IT MAY CCOVCBRIBAHHY :

Maaenl I.-dg* Tuet, till ..... Ch.b....... is lots of outdoor life and enoughqllietness declared: ville and cleaned Iloilvo ii hereby given' thut Elf.

Jat-lrd Wonhlpful o-r"::: ;:;: Dyke D Teempl Martin County Farm Bureed by some of the world'tbCSt and to enjoy living i People "The free-wheeling frce.spend' of Volusia\ County.Announcements P.11 \OTU'I eredllorl: TO or IHrUITOHe.t h.: Eututo of Florida TItAVEL corporp.tIn'; E f.nC"t: a
hunting
Pm.sld.nt-Albont I Krueger fishing holding here circles mueh" a r .ILI..II$ A. LJPIIVroTT. l>.cfHaed Feleiaier! with the .rk'of'Vh CV
Miller Circle ElksPraolduntMrO. don run in so I 1963\/ Legislature heaped an
Ann ... lao ing I .
Wllma Medley Bud Tb. Seminal outdoor livina.IndiantowD this month from are hereby notified and requlred cult Court in, and for the CountingM.rS
additional $170 000) (XX) in taxeson m..d.whlrlt .
claim or d
I ... Klk; Lodg. Martla Ceunty Hlitornul BOCSIFPrusbi.utMuurlns ta rue tiny "nJ2eKh. liroward Did. .
,
Bud Tkun it of
., D Hutmulat a community 14 ContractsTo the already bick.breaking financial Kelly of Lakeland 1 they imy have agaliiHt. auld 1 n, < '
.*M 11,_ Phi SororityPre.l Space Rotole In the offl"'e of the lowly num' of AMUAHHADlSlt lOUKa'un"By
.. T...... 1 ilg p.m, First MaUoaal Bk.. friendly 'hometown'( people who burden being borne by the Stale Senator Fred, of bborbis I Couity 10

:nllMr7Tdlavlrd ::.. (Ed) Boll Multiple Uatlng Service. desire neither the traffic noi'oC. Top $85,000,000 consumers und way earners of West Palm Beach Judge the Court H ouoes I $tuurt: ..lofldl\ ,: ger1Wilth It de.lr.o to OlIgage In

Tbun. I pm bumso Ioerol.-C.rl H. Turn** night life politics. nor taxes of city 0 ithin .lx calendar m,nIbs from This notlco to ices purounnt to
XI Cameu Phi Chapter Had 4tk T..... I .... this state LrUAL: AD\I: : the date uf the lint ubllnulon\ orthis the provlalnng: ol th e )'icOiiloua I
p..ld..I-M... C. II:. BluoutO1sttM dwelling, yet it h only thirty mmutei Bid on more than $85.()XX).000()( "What it did not do was properly notice IIH'h: claim or demand ICumo: Olatiita Oactlon 105.09. 1I'1..rl.
Tkura\ I P..m.. kernelDeufhten Palm City Hew Deaaoomlmtteel Club from ocean beaches and metropolitan in construction work in the Cape- :virirn or AIHtl'TIO. : innat be In writing. and mu.t atat d* Blatutos, .
Revolutle Preildenl.-Mra. Al lIu..." meet the problem of reapportionment 11 'run' % ,U'\'t'l%' : the place of rroid.. .'. and pout EMRAiOIOY TRAVEL
el the America lat '1_.. I 10 .-... Uvt Ceate shopping centers. Kennedy Merritt Island Patrick j and correct a situationin n inn'r oj 550 \ orricn itddrea* of the Claimant, and R'RIeALT .

Regent Mn.komaaMothen Marjorl liumlu Polncleni Kennel Club The brochure goes on to relate Air Force Disc! urea will he opened which small minority of the ioviioi IT MAY (< moat b* aworn to by the Claimant /./ I4'lGhl: T :MVRtXCOKPORATB1'
Thura. a
Ird S..th'e I I herrhy his uncut or his att:"me)', or It will I're.ldent'
el DaMulutI'rouid.utMrO. Ird Wad, I pm (that Indiantown Is a community of in January by the Canaveral (
Circle lawDecemhrr .
Cull I AT 7,1144 for meeting plae people of Florida elect a naajori- l1e.mb. 31 IP8S. In hero i void mcordlijr:' lo SE.1t4
Jennie Uunea young active families Youth activities District of the Army Corps of Lngmcers of the state' lawmakers with 1 tuition iao.nn : 1 Ith. !< JVUUb Pub Duo. 19 i<' u,,,. Jan tUtU
4th Moo I ..... Maaonl ample Pert Salerno Hem DemeoelntlM Club ty rlorldit ritetiitn 19D9, # U UPIINCOTT'
Ladle' Auxiliary t* Indian RiverChteTCatrtanh PId.nt-t'leron. holland such as the Little League Colonel O A. Fmley. "I 1 intend to fight a system in Co,,ntv (mlaalontri of th. rutato mrxniitrlx

: Ora... Hall 101 Thu.. Ill ..... civil Osotso : Boy Scouts and other youth programs Canaveral District engineer has which one county has a legislatorfor Couity tlon ronoinUnil)'borlla\ *ad n,I,,din I \\ella 1'.rellJled..V. LIPPlncoU, WANTED Young Mea of

4th ......, I p..., IOOF UaUtndeoendent St. Lucle Inlet Yaakt ClubCosnnrnduroLou are an Important part ofCommunity announced every 1 I.VX() ) people-while another right of th* County ... :yhlCHAHle(5. LITT I.\S Action Leadership Training
llewhenlat lIfe fourteen jobs for which In and to iSo unniimrd Attorney for Enrrulriuala
Ordr el Odd Folio** CluB : Among county has only one lawmaker
Thuri I Yacht
.
pro. on filed plat of < EllJlt o..n lIoul.'dI'
G.Alb.rt L. YrmIulO5i5roiuryJ. Excellent schooling available at bids have been advertised the
Noble P. WIlbur Stuart Board *f Realtor are for every 70.(X)(> people. pearlnK In Mat nook 0. llox 1114.: Stuart. florid Stuart Jaycees
Warfield Elementary and,Warficld general construction of the National ('......I' Of Palm Bemh ( First publication I on Ueo. 24 19BS .
lat-lrd T...*.. I *m, 100, Ball Pr..iduui.-4.i. B. Aahley 'I 1 intend to speak out againsta ; bee; '16.10.KTAMFT .. Per .taleraaatleaj Call
1V83 Jan I. I
(Coinlv, Plirlda luib. 2o .
lat Thura I Stuart Beta. Junior School i Indian- Aeronautics and Ad :
India Hlver Eaeampment *3 pm. High n Spice situation in which the consumers deacTlbei' 1 *. follows: Jack 1ST.MOO
Chief PatrtBMB-Paul MlkaiSnd4tk Stuart lump SocietyPreedant town, and school bus service Is ministration Vertical Assembly! of Florida 80 cent of BorscH 0. !".":.11.1'''' ILI'J' IfTSSH Roe M7. ua
Tuea. I p.mu lOOP Ball -William R. Scott Martin nation I pay per The flftaen (IB) foot l'IIIC'I'r 'UI mr lit' IITf"'OIoT' Dm ute
to County High where the first
Beack sq... Club a.4 AuallUry\ |rd Moa.. I ..... Public library. provided Building i all\ stale taxes'! Inc In Block it of ( : liT n.tl 0. t'I.OIIIP4
fenaeei _Hy night School. moon rockets will be assembled lying between Lot IInlW WOOD 'JWDUCTII
..duaiafnaldeot ) Tourist Club Church activities play a large in the Merritt 1st.ind Launch Area ---rt: : \.. \11\ tl1'1'1: j.jtiVf" H. T. 11 II ami 1) : CO.
-Jeaale C. WelnlgSnd lit-Ird Moa. I p.m, Toutk Ceate Hook" 11. pait 41, .r I Plaintiff Confidential
.4tk FrL. I p.m.. J. B. .. CkUlk role in Indiantown life, the brochure and the construction of a seventy- IM TIIM tin i ir coil nr o*; HIMMsrn : : (now llartin Yl. Investigation
Outut Ma.ona Invited Irlltb: AU' JtTI"'IiI'r: : relates. Six churches have five.bed hospital for Patrick Air s jiniiiti I tnuiir OPn public record & O.\KOft Olminal, Civil A Domettk
r.E O .......... .on i nt, is I M> ton 11 ttri\ active congregations In the community Force RiseIMTt' Pate
S4I1IIH .., VB tot 1'n HlMrtlY: thli JUh day TION CIA
:\01Kr3 nf OHEltlhi':
P ckaptuspoaldautMr' .. IiefondantBy
P. L MIM : KMtlXtHTIV .1. 4S.tll" I 0,1t'1'. : The Church of Christ : I"- ,UttHTI;KlrM- ;- flOROTHY O's.c 1'JCA.\ BU71.... bar. I'HS iio\nr op (' ?' virtu of a Writ of Hoer"tIn : COLD COAST PROTECTIVE

Jot-" Moa.. I ..., home 'UII'T': OrATE OFlS.uia5ll Holy Cross Catholic Church ._- ------ nOUN Cisl\ltOOllNlclll. In my hand l loosed out of Ih.n"ult *
Cl Cbaptarr.uld.nt14a. IT.lCkIl Church of God Punklm Memorial 1'* TIIM] <'OI Ml JI IM;r'H 101 HT Plaintiff. l\mIN rH' Court I. a suit of Bnro SERVICE LNC
C B. Aakley AlIll ('OX8TlltC.TIUN sl'tlrOK : ... FlUNK Produrta (' axalnat Stanley
? OK M \H'I'IUIo'U: By /i/ \Vood 0. 4(14332
In4.Ilk Wed. 10 ..... home CIJMI'ANY. liit1. Baptist Church Methodist KIOIIII I AlHrRT JVMH C CVLHOUN Ch.In.I E Oakow.hr and 8.KO. Con.truc-

Order .f ........ far OWlsWurtbt Pla.litIffL.IXIuL'lO Church and the Episcopal Churchof IV H\II\ltl'\: 1 AT'rElOl': tlon to, duly atteated on Auaruat
Adnsur-MaroIu WhlleilleIttlrd \I. Tilt: rrlTVTK OP I',,f.,ti.liintMlllCr I'OHOTHY : II, SPill. the Judcmrnt on whirls
Tue. 10 P.m, Maaonla: lemple: lIA non nd the Blessed. Sacrament PH f\nim: HKLMONT! i : uous I'f rub.: J.n. a. ladllv 'Hld execution wa* I I...ld. b.lnll
lcf' intlly
.......... Clubs and organizations listed VTTbHHON: TO: AtBHtr JIMJ: lALHOtWKiKl recorded In the Circuit Court Lien
Royal P. .. virtue of a WrIt uf l.erU.: le,.wine.I n... and Addrea Tnt' ross ''IiI'r.1(1)1 : Book I have levied on all right title I' Stuart Rotary Club
Noble Oruud-Mrs. Clara May Talmaatatlrd lion In tnv bud I laeued out of (lie In the brochure are: American Le. 'tlTIt't1 in ( Sos.:IIl'I'Siltl known. 05" \ItTI'V' cu" and Intereat of the sold man'
Moa, I pm IOOF Hell IIm.1I Clulutu Court I. a silt of i the t-alale' nf You 'I.OHIUl.OTirn and fFu. c"... _et We Uil
gion.. Veterans of Foreign Wars, All the creditor of are hereby notified that a OK r Icy K Onkowaky
Jtuert.lenae* Elk Led.e loll uikherdt. iitructlon O mpanyInc. rharle Frem,'nt Pull docral' oonilalnt tom dtvur,..> lao heen filed IS ntlIiAHo utructlon <'o. In and for the follow I Dr. E. 1..._
avail)*! I,uclnu 11"10' duly kiwanis Club Business and Professional d'.nJ:: Muey
.
Dae looker located In .
Kialted Ruler- th Fit. are hereby O required against you mi I you are requlreel Tin ITATN: 0. Inv deacrlbed properly I..e4detarti
I ..... II....,. .iirotud on liecenlir aald N executionwaa 1043. Women Club. Civic to file any rial i.. or dvnmn lo eery* a cinj' or your ........, JUHN oRbbN t Martin County. Florida to wit: _.itk
Stuart Shrine Club Judvimmt. on w hluh wll ,h they souv haimlnet ..01,1aiutl or p ". oui,5, complaint (oth r> '..... Bser.oarySunre
Scouts of America
7r.sIdanW-JOO Creta 1..oJ bcliiic recorded In the Club Boy In the Office of the I'OIIiy.ltidfu i : rI1rO: rncya tonsIl \ TO ( : Loti tl 21 .In Block II Proad-
111 Tu., IdIO pm. lit Nia Clubroom hat.Kmall. Invlcd(lalmi Court. Lien Hook andIntorMt I Teen Club and Parent Teacher AisocUtion of Martin ('.nuntv 'I"thla, ....I.h. Penco Inilllitia. IK Hr.t All rreclltor of th way 8ub".vl.lo.. of HU lu.l loiCITY
till
Girl Club No. II on ill right'Lutl In the rourth, iia* at I4lu'to PI. lldn Street West Palm .lie*..h. Florid" John ( deoeaaed. Latateii a aiihdlvlalon of Part
Theta Ilk. of the anlil h ill Hay-. wllhln HI* II) calendur month and file the 11111.,1 .n...... or notlflel I r'nnd required of Section Three. TownahlpIt .
Ma.AthupBuddIM
Preeldent- Pull* IOOP' Ban aor In and for the followlnif d *- Indiantown features says the from III date of th Moa, r Ill pm, crlbed k>r"pcrty located In Martin include modem of thla Notice l'arh claim nr of the Circuit f''"rl. on ..r bufol'slbs have analnat I laid. *:I I In Offl.... of Clerk of Clr U..... c-w: Traveler Couity Horldn to wltlItTI : brochure a water demand. mum be In wrtlnv and 17th day of J.nll..Y A.r1184.. fir. of th. (Count Court for Martin County, )"lor

ealor Cwuaelor-Id Howard4at B'ill.tlIO.li4 sewage and telephone system must .Iat. the pla. of real,li'lire If you fall t. iSo s.'.. Judgment by tin County Florida I. Ida.Nntlp.
(
iuou door TO #
Than. I p.rn, WMdma Bill 4 direct to Lake and Pool (till.*. addrea of the default will be tah n ait",mat you houae ait SIUHM j>' .
Vnlted D..,...... el ,Ito CelederaeyPrealdeatMn I W.100aG waterways clalmnnt. and n,uat Iw aworn to by for the ""*' d"" *ndd la th calendar .oni.r. I I.. lierehy given' that on
.e4 Okeechobee and the Atlantic const edtieaduy. the Ills day of Jajiuary COMMISSIONSTUART
Marvin H. .o Itoilme' Is liumob, that on ; the claimant. 11' agent or atlnrneyi .0mr.lnt. flrat publication
Sad MeLVaitt Wudlinonlup< thu lIlt gIven Rip uf Janu' I excellent opportunity for real estate or It will beets" void accord'tir'.Wdthl. txl:>:t: ANT rKniTHEn! at Stu- clAim or d..manl must l'.4 between the hour of
U'OO)1.. and I HO PM. at 111
tier artFloridis.thioih.. 4th day of In*. and m ml able : :
el Eetrai
Ckeeter. Order. JoMpk Onnkahapad ary loot betwpvn the hour o. and business investment; Florida's :'i. "Srd dot; of Dectrnuber. J.>ee."'''''' A II. I'U. renMnme' .nd .....t A.M. on the said day at the front
10:00 A.M 11:30
"W. Matron Mr* : and iUO: P.JI, at : the Martin County CourtHOIIM
S A.M. the laid the tdoor faMClt.lII'owini! citrus area: 191J. l'sROTOIY PIItI1OR 1 i of the claimant' and door of
4tk Tkura.: PJB JjaaeBl Jeeapl on of tie day Mt /./ .AI..H r: Tl.\\TEI\ Clerk .1 Ii h, l'ir'uil'f ("nn.t lo by th* claimant hIs 1 will sell all rlntvt/ title REGULAR MEETESG
Martin County Court taxes; expanding agricultural of Mnrtl,, ,,,"v. and Internal of the laid Stanley
: I : : no city n'.vrrlclusux. l '''' FlorIda, attorney or It will
"cOVERNMENTAL Iloto. will all till
ORCANIZAHONJ .ud Internet aril right, and manufacturing industries aa ..:.....ul ri.. of thin relate UY: ( VlrV: 111'' HV. icordlnv to (HIT. R. Oakowaky *. .E.O. Oon.trurtl ,
of th l.uclouuli'u.y.ur
laid to SIlo above dearrlnrdiperty .:ot PJVL Ud ud 4"aO'AY
t"luUI' Co. In and
i'lvrk401.pull total thla
Clot Cee mlale* In of Churl* rrulnont" .I'aUeraon, lard day
and] the d..erlbp..P..I
to above ,
Mum-WIllium Tall and a 6,000-foot modern airS liercuerd ("url .-.1' U 'at Public Auction to th*

..ad-dtb M.... I p.... 0ftF. laB .tho d hlyheat,.bldd at ,'iibllo r fur ca.h.Auction I to catlafy to. stripIndiantown'i. O!'OHTr;\HHOSJ HCOTT to'Anllit! l".5iIslt: /H\RRT 0 < hlcheat: bidder for coos, to .ata.fy .
OtJlHTRtl$0d ,,: J...... n. "I\I.b, Jr. A.lh.'t".rnt'nHTF.n.oN ...ld **-utloii and all I COM.
Ct CH Aumlli.'yuatas.adaVorouO sold (xeiuilun. and all i coat. active outdoor
Chaao* Given undsr .ealtill life. Ils's/ T. T Osighteret'sAttorulol. I'.nrn 1I111ftln"U' 8COTT Given und: ,r my hand and aeal SCum City Hid
1 baud and
tllY the brochure notes, is by for fcxequlrlxP : Flr.t IIl.tW..t OnHTtJlilUl'l: till* Its day of Perember 1 8A 1.
ffoaT Coaet. Onerd Au >U*- Ilk of r> ember. loll typified PuWlc
'
s P-nt, Welcome
It )yd.C". BAKKR:: BHfrntPF1MARTIN T Ranch Rodeo 0. Drawer Hi I'.hn flco'h. 1"1"'lda" lbyo/ Wm. A. .. ROY C BAkrR IiIHERIFP'lIARTIS Alwayi
C.uery Caaimlaalee: the annual Circle -u.n.' f..r I" ,'l'i,It't Attorney for Kxroutor: COISTT. FLORIDA

:t'.t a-au.Weha OowihtiM Pub.: !;'to, U19.(30 t-OUNTV, 1963, J&FLORIDA n. 1. lta4 this year on Feb. 22 and 23 thai Pub.: ftj.IOlli.l.: n me PubDaC.. U. It l. ueu.3. ion. S1U4 Fub.1 JIlL a, 0, II, a*, )'ub. I.ss U. 13. 2" Itla, l.no 3, 1t'4 r n;





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