The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Ii Rambling Nw on Folks From Th I Cooke McClure Win City Jo: bs1Scvena : I I Ij'

ReporterIS three per enl: of Stuart boll; Williams, (}()2; anSt! ll1l11ell, I ooke and McClure were elected : ekwtioiiv ;IIII"c they thought
I '* registered voter re-clictcd 217. U> serve two-year terms, MeCltire I Counts nuis'ration/ eniiikd them
I the incumbents, Ray Cook and! If the 1.179 who entered the who was third in, thin pri. '' lo vote" n, coy .elections To be
I Dan McClure, with relit William, voting machines hud each voted miry, in whichillttinis ran a eligible ID tike; part in im city
IT A HOUNDFISH? East Stuart Elementary School principal 1 lot two candidate, die total tally strong, second put of an intensive "Ml son ntuil register at Stuart
MAYBE SO, MAYBE NOW running a strong third and I would have been 2.7SK votes for the d.>or.to-tkxv cum: alg wccn ( its H.ill.
H. Nelson a Pennsylvania I Kenneth: Min\mcll trailing I four men running' for two others the primary and I t/t''IQII l }h I She City) CommisMon meets at
real estate man, caught a strange ,' Voling was comparatively heavy, but the total t fell 462 vote ,short: ofthat i "I I wore' '1II"'t,1' "' iM>n NVeilnodity. to canvass the
critter of the sea the other day.; with 1379 tiulloti cant, and number\ indicating that there he said. .!\w W\! \\;)) clcttimiIho .
It looks like a glorified needlefish J Jt twelve absentees! out of the 1,903 wa a bloc vote of 462 person Pollnumber wv s 'i C but, II commission will hold its
some thirty inches long and the a registered who pulled the lever for one oaniliJuie of rk"'rlott'rl were orgam/ulional meeting on Moiv-
first reaction of observers was to I Cookc got 7H7 votes; MtClure. only .t turned Swat' a in p.r i o r city i day night Dec. 21 I, at 8.

call it a houndfish. But those who ., -- _
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know houndfish say they never

each saw one side with of its five tail.black The spots fish? was on ; ) $3,000,000 Oceanfront Land Sale Is Announced!! .

last reposing in Ideal Sport Shop' I i .
freezer if you'd like to take a
crack at identifying it.

TOURIST v SURVEY IS $40,000,000 Development


Stuart's chamber plans to makea (
survey this winter on the Mar. t
tin County tourist, who he I.. what
he likes, what he dislikes, and what On Hutchinson Island Due

we to our can area.do for him to bring more % S

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\ What STRIPED happened BASS to? the striped a I Embargo on Rock t n 1t' .A Sailfish

bass planted in the St Lucia River I I
? After several months of stead Could Hurt Us }'

reports of the sighting of ; r i ,, Point IsProjected

stripers there has been an unex.. THIS LEAPING sailfish exemplifies the hopes! of some sixty competing) angler in Stuart Sailfish To (Use
plairubla lapse according to Martin ) Barges
Heuvehnans, chairman of the Club's annual Light Tackle Tournament scheduled Thursday through Sunday,

Walton mittee. If League you have striped seen bass one com recently Awards at Sunrise Inn Sunday Night 1 I'he embargo on rock and gravelahlptnentI.

small call 4 ordered by tho Florida.
him:: AT I.211 Meanwhile, it Fast Coast t Railway U> begin at

was announced at last Friday'sIke Boats midnlgh( Thursday, "can hurt us Pw bulbous tip of Hutchinson!
Forty Sixty Anglers in Island. lust frontier
Walton meeting, James Bar if It on for e tend od a of mans
kuloo, Game and Fresh Water goes' any till1..1 4'r xr prove swamp, bordtredi on the east
Fish striped bass expert is con said Walter Crowell 1, manager pf by one ol :that must beautiful slewIng -
ducting experiments with St. Uitkenon, Inc. \hciurhes In Florida will be
Johns River stripers which may; Sailfish Light Tackle Tourney"Sail The jinn is one of the largest transformed in the coming: year
lead to another planting here. The ,ioud contractors In the area. lro' an exclusive: deluxe subuVk >
bass survive much better, he has We have enough supplies on >ion ol homes, and high ri'" con:
found, if injected with terramycinK topping the bait''" W. O Simpkin, president of the milling, were looking forward to hand and rolling to keep our dominium apartments.Contracts >.
> Ttuits the cry that around sixty Sailfish Club said!: "We're having a most! successful tourney"Awards (j old I in date, SU LUCIA Canal have been signed! by
in charter and and number of I'I will be made dins ami Fort Pierce plant! running DevekTcr
FOUR ADDRESSES FOR contestants forty many repeats a at a ,, ( Charles P. M.arl1aDd

SAME HOUSE IN FOUR private the craft will be tensed tackle to hear. brand new entries. Weather per ner at Sunrise Inn Sunday night pixmleirt, ,saul I is Crowell going to but be rock t"bl" for, i 1.._ ..._u...... ...hsMns std
YEARS SAYS BERT in four-day light tourney "
Thursday through Sunday in the Martin Highway Jub. t PLAT 'OP AREA
A. P. (Bert) Krueger, Stuart old. Crowd! said that barge trans- '
the famed fishing grounds' oO St. First'Now H PL BUM It JJjtvr
timer, came: into The Stuart New Lucia Inlet 'Shop Stuart . tier U toad m..Luialll\IIY. be the
office to change hi* postal address Sponsored Stuart SailfihhClub Dolutioiv "and'wa are trying' to lineup "a/1"1 'Of the r, *- *..
r Monday "J've lived in the same by barge Iraiuporuilioa now" Saiinifr. I skvctopmuM,
the event has attracted Mine ..
the house house for sixty hasn't years been,"he sajd"am tnOVed-. of the nation's top alt water Slogan in Local Stores -; I II t s r pitas (turn to $sgs 1.AClinrlc .

anglers I"hey will uniformly fmh a- --w-i n .e"oI .fI
but In the past four its address A Qua! a Air Patrol Hunt tom. 4
from twenty-pound-tcst in do-it purpose program to a- I several days, not just few *X- .
Fourth I
has changed II BradHhaw" trustee lot
younclf" fashion fwhich means quaint customers with clerks and pensive out-of-town trips. ** 4 ru
Street to St. Lucie Boulevard to" that the boat will)' be placed in I remind them to "Shop Stuaft The chamber points out that we Y. th. property owners, for trw prchants -
Route 1 to East Ocean Boulevard. neutral with the stern facing the First" has been adopted by Stuart now have several large ttorer'anda For Two Planes f : pf :280 acre of the extreme
said he would have to
Bert come Chamber southern end of Mutihmson I.
hooked fish. of Commerce. good variety of specialty shops, i
sooner "but I wanted to make The fish its released by unhooking with a pleasing of this hind Ithe ocean: at the north
may Attractive little badge i in Christmas variety gift Conducted Here
the last address would suck ,
sure or by l uuinlJ the leadcf colors have been distributed year. I .k Isle of the St. LUcie Inlet, at a
for few months. I .
around a within three feet of the hook. Observers to stores The top has apace for Many firms are open nightlynow I ; price announced' at tuccedtnf $J.
w members
Two of t the Stuart Civil WJOOUO,
will be stationed all until Christmas
on the name of the wearer while the Eve and
TWO "IHANK YOU boats to ice that the rules ate rest bears the message "Say Marry the chamber expect all to start Air PuUol Squadron spent six! the planned oceanfront com.
FOR STUART NEWS I hours in the air Tuesday combing munily will be known Sailfish
kept Christmas with Gifts Bought evening hours by Dec. 14. I IIf2 a*
a 500-squart-mllo) area in searchof Point and l I. land
Martm Memorial Hospital! AuxIliary in Stuart1Th being -planned
its director two mailing civilian airplanes by Martyn with an additional 231))
through Chamber of Commerce: 1 I Commander Bill Todt' and Cadit -
Mrs. M P. Nelson, thanked Anchorage Is urges residents to try their \local: David: R. Weston flew back I I acre already under development
bv Investment of
r an Public: ihalili
The Stuart News this week for merchants their
neighbors, tint "
and forth across a rectangular area i Foundation '
combined effort "
of its 'Christmas Tree t iVS
support and lists some of the hazard of '
extending Inland fifteen nudes! from
Lane" And Mrs. Zola Given will produce "property valuein
project ApprovalFor out-of-town shopping
Swarthout chairman of the So- includingextra : I the ocean and north to Vero Beach *ltce.. of $40,(XX(),ux( ) upon
of and oil, meals .
expense gas I I One of the misting planes ia
completion. The
roptimikt Clubs tenth anniversary and refreshments away from Iwo-plac Cessna said to b* I'' properties anapproximately
wrote: Thanks to Mrs. Bulkheading ; the same In site
program home, possible traffic and parking :
ed by a boy who is not a licensed and each will be an eventual $2U,>
Mary Lindsay Foster for a great difficulties in strange locales Including lit 1 I JlUNNNANI) Cllllll symbolized by Mr*. R ( LJiul.
celebration, pilot was accompanied another were ()CO.JJ) ( (} or more dcv.k>pm nt.Lftlennlon .
reporting on our
The County Commission Tues- tickets" as well as the ta of Mr. and! Mrs Dart
boy according icy and her godson Allan James I lewis, son
and to The News for the ten I of (rented municipal
yearsof loss of that priceless (
day granted permission for Anchorage and the look off
co-operation you have given Marina and Yacht Club time. You can subtract your tray ? Daytona pair Beach. The other I'eportl'l l4wis. Indiantown Road, in lh* lair' A..IIIoIlIOO: flout' In Sniur. water from the C Uy pf Stuart to
formed club." t.J' days Christmas: Parad (he Inland is viewed one of the
once we our Rio bulkhead el time and also' have the convenience a*
-G'nIRIS'Il'f.S tor its property. to ( of \ plan* was en loute from .. -- .npln.....n.... ,'U"_sir a in apurrmg the Jr
the "
one foot beyond its legally described spreading job over \ Laudcrdale lo Lakeland" ---- -"- -- "
MUSIC southern limits subject to l.ll (\ I Vveral search planes from txhjer vtk1pm.nt.
AT HIGH SCIIOOLAprogram two provises. I CAP squadron* art said lo have 1I Island Road Argument Is SallfMt Point will have a gale.

of Christmas music; The bulkhead ing mutt! not interfere Waltons Install been ,In the air for several: hours I 'house' entrant: complete' yacht
will be "presented by the Stuart with navigation to and from : -' the same million.I / club facilities, ocean fifthing pier
-- lou December 22 cabana club restaurant" (these"' art
Junior High School Chorus and Casa Rio Marina; nor muse it '15E1 I t Postponed to
already Seminole Shores
the Martin County High School create a dead water. urea in frontof On January 7th I IUI\M P. CRAKY at )

Chorus, the Martin County Junior > the adjoining Klein property !B 1 C a11/SialA4S. IS KMOVIMEM I Consideration\ of an application: tin County had a moral rtt'IfK"'t l- and course an, All eucutivt road within par three the gat gulf*

and Senior High Bands It will In 'the latter connection' a culvertor Installation of officer* will 'b* .... ,. .. AS LIBRARY IKtSILK fur the vacating: of approximately, I hubby to Mrs. Barnes cmimienUil\ 1104,.. area will/ "he private
be presented at 7:30 p ti v Thursday culverts must be constructed: held Chapter i I' 7UO) feet of beach load on Hutch- i iinton Wacha, it had W he \k7tcnllneJwl 1'he land for Sailfmh Point
CommiMion flan
Dec 17, at the MCHS audi to meet the of the hcby krtjafnta: f: County agreed .
approval statutespermitted
torium. county of l al I Tuesday to recommend lo ion j Maud wa tabled" by the htr! siihw' "|ucnl: slave .to unique Con*iuriu canals with
engineer Fred Bell. the Elks. Lodge on Thursday Farm that WilliamF County Committioft Tuesday until 'I the count W 41l1Ch..1'thllt bridges.. leading' to Individual I.-
ernor Bryant
i Due to erosion over the years. night. Jan. 7. I i Stuart be the n"l regular meeting Dec 22CommlaMon oblignliun lUiuk ktkreirppeared :- IIIIkJI of single r Ud rttial. 1kw.1t..
the actual WITH GIFTS'BOUGHT Crary attorney ap.I
YOUTH JAMBORFE bulkhead line will be that l lh. oU
WINNERS NAMEDIn some 250 feet! from the existing I. Elected W Friday night were I painted to the board <( beach road nghi-i' -wsf
shoreline ROM Witham, president; W. O of Martin; County Public. Library A., Wacha! referring la two blurt sex ,,,
the jamboree at Stuart Youth Earlier it had been announced! Simpkin. first vice president, Floyd I MlSTUART lo fill, a vacancy created. by din. written. to one of the owners MLhangul fur Road hif.wy AI A. north of taurassaawsa'' ;
Center Tuesday, Laura DeBartolo that Die I I I.,Board at Tallahassee Dille !second vice prtMduu.; Clar resignation of Richard O. HOfhL; of tlw property, fA. f lorenc* M I lilt new suit Road.
and Elsie King were winners In the had refused the permit became: it I Mice Hake secretary: ,.and AI B d- Barnes, of (Oik.**. I In (IV56 by T ,i Ittwin Heath Cauxway IXo Jrd. 1964NIWS !
girl*' dance, contest and Gary asked I lard, treasurer C. Houk, then county attorney,
Crowder and Rufus King took bulkhead extension. be-yonolllM county : New directors arc H. W. New ; ] nl\\llt M ftkICIORIMEE'J commented thai' h* felt the': mailer : 1and 1 SIUARr ,
line.House I : OS 1IILRM.. >,\VTh Stuart Stuart\ FtorIMGmtliran
prize. for shuffleboard some, Or Edward Manner and thouU .b* postponed u n III I II|
I Alan S. Browne Charles Kindred board of director of Stuart -I County Attorney I Dtin Tooker Marble Named Us :
of Refuge! past president, join/ the board .. -f1J:., '. Chamber o( (.:u'"Rleru will could tot prt,nt TotAer wa in
3 Poll l
Tale Twisting and holdover director are Jack meet at I a.m., Thy.Dee.. Its 1( court. representing Martin County Precinct Please BM Stuart
Contents Insured I Kuhn, Bob Bait and John 1IILS i* the emblem being worn at the chamber office fur a "w(. on another matUrJ \News' for the lint 3 week I.1
By JACK JAMES I For $20,000 Sum Quiff. t.1'1 I by tale person in Stuart tlorc f tee and buMnew" ICII tJ .. 'I Although il appeared thai Mar- According: U> an anAuum.tWwni:-mnl kia of December std bdl mo, a*
at TIIC.IIY'J _touniy.. usual,
rue rLn.Q cw ot'' ---- -- "---- n.l1ItIMI. All reikr,. ** 1111 on
Commissioner CJ I Miller kill I Akron AVI.IMI* will .... f want It fox the cLuaiftatVrry
Uncle Dare uy it's time we the County Communion Tuesday Not in the Road Business; Says FCD I wed as polling "pUt soP *(lihi ad rrDLI .
quit talking; politics and think about that he bad received a letter front J, Stuart

(have'hrisnnss-especially learned who our lint i three.'Big we slated the wale that attorney it wa general legal for which 1M![ The faints palling plies Will b* truly yours",
Mr |' Anglers Plead 'Don't Fence Us Out! .I Stuart Tsa Mario on I
Basses art. Murray the atheist ommiwon lo insure the coo- : U. S. I at rrawfLaal C.tk. F C.W.
trying to drive God out of the Irate of the House of Refuge Museum. I Ij->l... Gar._... P"\M.1U V..
t Swill continue u the ruler .. ---
over the Supreme At a result Miller rah h* had I, Palm City Civic Club will Uk btnunes. hicks will' : allowed. ';,[bunt ramp eouU' .b,* built. WV Weather
Court placed temporary insurance .i in the lead in seeking accns lo C 2) G F DailJr rxecutiv director : After ICD official Ul Andy l (; chairman of the 1155 'U" a.Wsnn rarity cmite In Ma
Martm. Luther the amount of $20OUO canal for anglers, jn spit of a recent John Stretch director of ouUour i conceded that tINy would astir civie group, appointed Mm MMshew T..p.an n,. i rs .sr arms every what ami din
I j Klnf will control Idler from Central a. d'' recreation development and Zb I tau wilt the County CommnMonin ; chairman, Roy Ob' **. lack: ,... a, .5" SMr5i -. ma iUiatrt News wa lto >
In* voting FIELD: TRIP South florida Flood Control Distrtcl I Grant director of operations and trying la tore the accct prolvkm Hodapp. Hilt Watts and rwwwtfat {I..S sin. ss are lad. iwlal ttvln
I racket and Lady VIEW srrTO = that the canal barns (bunks) maintenance for rCD, declared. on* comtructiv idea "merged '' a conuiiilt** .h. confer. auk the I n". IV it ate. """"-1. U year rmUl ad laIk
: Bird will BIRDS woold be denied lo hem. that the raoi for their intended : lo attempt to gel Marua Coun1ly : I I County CommiM ami at lh* II",.. 7p 1 51 5 NAs. '"* Strum N.walkbu.mher
tighten up her The next AuduNm ham trip will After an hour and a half .1WctMuon fencing in of Usa canal t M lo protect Board of ComnuMJoncrt lo1 d augjcmlon of Chuck KmUrtd of I _a "'.....,. brr ta5... 'i'1
apron strum be held Saturday Dec. 12 at I:30 at a mating at Palm City' in* derm from dmrucimn apes up Owl I th* fMak Walton ....a.... agreed your waaladprtoted
lo keep the OU a.m. at the Phippt manaml I i Gvta Center Tuesday. night, three I by vehicular, tla''f-. They could mil of thto 7aU' and. two IIIP draw up a fctolvtiuA on /he 'Jttt. t..us.Nater lie 'I1MI cart News a r..
Boy ill the saddle," white J. Edgar arbctoaota will meet at the ArnoI j fCD official f mam. convinced' ate grant pcrmaxon to aiaflert tous mile. .of JUO-fooi ngbad: -way fromVivan's 1 I scow problems ta fe* tang la lh* tstat .t..4aKsZP' "IfI wUhMl extra chaff I
Hoover will try to do hia greats del Corporatioa bridge on Loop I men fun frftr canal Wilt en1ttwMMU 'I the brm with can, lbysaid Corner on Milks. Grade county .tweet wttli copes lo ort I:' i':' I' l : l ,:at lit Tk Sunday Flu rrrv. -.
piece of detective: writ trying to Road Charles Bachetter will beth that FCD ia h in* water and deny skew lo ranchers' Road lo I C-2J canal about ',fJJO t,= bk ry 10 support the I'. : it I I II iJn .low ... M.UrUa
find. out bow many bosses he ha*. I leader Shot and water btrdaami control "'*""' not th* road cow, and farmer truck,, sine much fet brlow UM ot''>**f' and lot I I II n.. a yin tl ; tn
(Cod Mm the many friends Iand faulty sand IuD crane will ttruttMM and mamwnanto bwiand of die caaal right-of-way bad .been the ICD lo allow a rued to be con I Th tu&gctiion fur the access: ,. "'i IU .1 ,'W" Ca'is y ., lreuLIanr".ss.
.bile in Appfetaa. Wks. Let'sa b* vie. a* welt a* Buoy other I .**>. that it faa. *. keo-.1}!aonald 'by the ranchers and farm loused to a point about<< 100 I:road. I W the' sated earn* flora Dual I azits / t: i ,. 1
go to dutch Sunday) I tina of ever ruing into the road m. A* to. matter tuada. ao w I' feet shove e HM stretur to that a Ding, conservation t leader" u.a.a.. P sad. s..at bw. add.. 11( twe

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2-A THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS! ana constructed has the' floor Jin- MORE ABOUT verting the land into waterfront
Thursday._ :,Itecembcr 10;,2 1964_ I tithed and the wills at high as the bulk headed i islands, the lot prices ,
IiM.lx will probably range from $12.000 v { 'J x
Miss Martha DurJine announced SailfishPoint to S40.000) and homes. from
Exhibit BIJg. that organization Jf the art $21.KK()()().
exhibit hex been : to a Martyn km other inter*** in
Walls RisingAt group of local professional artist California and lies developed i
with Mr. Dorothy Stafford at IsProjected many communities in New Bhf-
chairman attainted hy Mrs. Lenore land and Florida. iMlwlinf. the :
Fairgrounds former, Mm. Jtmlrna Pettit and welt-known Jupiter Met' Beach
{'. Spencer. Mrs Stafford remind C.lrmy and the TequeMa Country
nil wrists In Martin County that Club.It .
At the meeting of (he Martin the fair will he held In March and is hoped that all of the requirement '
County Fair Association Monday' for diem to he thinking of entries.' ef the contracts can e.gxWr"p., ..
evening DM. 7, it *v.s announcedthat Needlework and other art forma I he worked out within ninety days,
the new exhibit building be.KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK will be in a separate exhibit. (Continued from Page I I-A) he uM. Cottmuctirm planned'

....... Mk"aKKK'aKMKKKKKKKMKKKKKKKYFor I. sites will make up the majority of immediately thereafter ,
I A tremendous and costly development M1 a a4.ar
I \
the waterfront community. Limited ,
; ; tank is on ill way, probably /
A Lasting Christmas Present I "space on the ocean will be provided to start In Millions of
for j condominium ,
I high-rit' cubic M land ,s pJry 4 fist
I--- e FLAGSTONES: OUTDOOR TABLES I apartment living.According I yards must be dredge r Aly r i
I ed from the shallow estuary for
0 POTTERY BIRD BATIK I lo Martyn this will fill and there will he a gigantic
e SWIMMING' : POOLS TENNIS COURTS I be the first and probably last opportunity I bulkheading task to create a series r't
to create a private! residential iI i- of artificial concentric island. w / sty
e FENCES I community on the ocean :
I i at a navigable inlet in Florida. ,
THE DURANT COMPANY =, There will be 450 waterfront and BETA ClUB INITIATES
e fairway lot in the estuary section. I New' members of the Beta Club
SOUTH DIXIE CUT-OFF. STUART, FLORIDA ; Martin said Because of the high acre officially initiated Thursday;
cost of the property and extensive' and Friday. The initiates toll
E scx.f. lststpasslalslal>a1ala>ka,>a.>bso.tlsrA_..._t>bslsob._ >._........_.... development work Involved in con. paper, and hind' shoe. 1 ,
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HONEY DIPPED CHICKENVIIJE RVE YOU FASTER. HERE IS A PLAT of Sailfish Point projected new exclusive de by bridges St. Lucie Inlet Jetty is at lower right comer. Work j
velopment at the south end of Hulchinson\ Island facing St. Lucie will probably start in March, it was announced. Seminole Shoresis I
Inlet. The concentric areas will he bulkhcaded i islands. reached included in the upper half of this sketch

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w TB and Health Association No OppositionAs Special Meet for

Roads Shut in Opening of Bids

I .... Asks Cash Response Dec. 16 Old Subdivision '
/ A special meeting' of the County
W Commission will be held
S .Lea I on
PLAN NOW Without single dissenting voice Friday, Dec. I II t, to open bids fora
being heard at 'a public hearing
new fire truck; and on Wednes!
on Tuesday, the County Commission day, Dec. 30 to open bids for the
t J agreed to the application of insurance of county equipment.
o 'Martin Board of Public
p County
The commission
n1A Instruction to abandon Pine Grove, organization
FOR al meeting is set for Tuesday, Jan
Magnolia and Catalpa Avenues,
ear lg, d't I between Forest and Homewood ,. All three meetings start at 9:30:

,wJ Roads, hi Highland Terrace Properties a.m.
e subdivision in the Jonathan -
,. ; Dickinson Slate Park area. GARBAGE HAULERS
NEXT YEAR'SGIFTS. I The county also! disclaimed any !MUST HAVE COVERS:
k ( reservation a ti> right- f'way At the request of County Engineer -
w:1: a ; )f I widths under an existing Murphy Fred Bell the County Commission
aha Act deed. A property swap is being passed a resolution Tuesday -
e .. 1 ;X l made as part of a plan to requiring the trash and garbage .
1' '
t ., -". .> R locate a new school in the area. trucks of franchised and
contract haulers to have sufficient
R .v- NEW CIVITANS cover to prevent their contents
The Civimn Club welcomed' three from being strewn on county roads.

.'UjI; .. \ new members last week. They are
.' ,,;H'.4t... .: Rev. W. E. Wilson and R. O. Illiteracy in Italy has decreasedby :
Peters of Palm City, and Lester 4.' per cent in the ten.y tar
MR.1 P. L STEFLMVN, Patient Service Chairman of the Martin Maurice of Stuart. period from 1951 to 1961,
County TB and Health Association, and Mrs. Ethel Walker pick
i out the watches to be sent to Martin County residents who are
; patients in state tuberculosis hospital! The watches from Walk FRANCES LANGFCRD'SRESTAURANT(; ()
ll er's Jewelry will go to thirteen patients at the Lantana Hospitaland
to one patient in Tampa. .

t The Martin County Tuberculosis RlGGfROor --
and Health Association hopes
residents will share-the-health on Paving! Contracts .
; Join our Dec 16 by responding to their On Point RoadA I ,
Christmas Seal letters with contributions I JENSEN BEACH, ON THE INDIAN RIVER AT
to fight tuberculosis! andoth.T contract in the amount of LANCFORD MARINA., AND VILLAS
1 d ChristmasClub respiratory diseases.Only $6,134.1 for applying a leveling OPEN 7 DAYS WEEK
mas Seal funds support course on !SewalU Point Road for
year-round activities designed to approximately! six-tenths of one DINNERS
combat long-term moratory dia. mile,north from the northern boundary MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 6 P.M. TO 10 P.M.
yd' eases including TB which now of the Town of Sewtlls Point, SUNDAY S P.M. TO 10 P.M.
affect millions of Americans. I was awarded to the only bidder, LUNCHES
These funds pay for educational Dickerson Ine by the County MONDAY THRU FRIDAY NOON TO 2 P.M.
: programs to alert the public toaryl Commission Tuesday.' Dial 287-4049
and. means of combatingthese
S : (jl iealtt. They finance also! Smell is much more sensitive "'''here The Stars Meet"
S research, projects of vital 'Importance
r. t S ILII: SOo each week you receive $ 25.00 areas.ia these and other related! than taste.a ,

t $ 1.00 each week you receive $ 50.00 Fund raised last year in Martin na-

i $ 2.00 each week you receive $100.00 County supported the following< OLD FASHIONED FOOD
Important programs: health education WITH
$ 3.00 each week you receive $150.00 patient service, scholar.:| FASHIONED FLAVOR
$ 5.00 each week you receive $250.00 ships formation! chest. X-ray" and health in- AT

$10.00 each week you receive $500.00 Tuberculosis hi still a major.,. OLD FASHIONED PRICES
problem affecting more '
han 600,000 Americana who are
suffering from or threatened by. i I i
the active disease according: to MILAN'S RESTAURANT
Miss Myrtle Dyer, seal sale ch.ir.1
. : : l.............-.,..-.............,.Ill' BANK OP man "In addition, chronic respiratory
diseases affect millions of i 907 Old Dixie Highway, Jensen-Rio

..,i f! ,1?:' STUART, .Americans,rihrr and; in bringing many illness case death.dra-j i. Open 6 a.m.///10// p.m. Dining Room" closes at 8:30
MIMMH rmU21 Christmas Seal fight" tuberculosis I.!i
:' and all other respiratory dittoes'j

, \ ".;'. such as asthma,emphysema, chronic Complete Dinner PRIME RIBS OF O fif\
A 4 /.rJ' "1" bronchitis, and others $
! ...... "DO-IT-DA r; hat been estab-I II. Every Sunday CHOICE BEEF 0OU
I.I.I I liaised as a reminder that help is
(;, ( ." ceded to continue the important
', : i work of the Martin County Tuberculous BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNERWe
; ,;i'.I1": 4\\ I and! Health Association."Remember. -
, 1 tii:1': 4; : Eaet OOMW Boulevard s IItu..... Florid Mm. Dyer SMd.oMf have the largest selection of Home Baked Pies. Cakes

,: ,I'' I'lf.r.' : 5' ...too.e ::CM' male'DO-IT-DAY a big difference contribution ia yowIOCNlttm't Donuts and Rolls in the area
e )
' sL ,e + +v/RSs As'1 tM UR1l Ae+hAr'ahFa Va'1l5al/s'aq/PSl'is' better community health.pI'OfI'VMlor RESERVATIONS NOT NECESSARY.. INQUIRE ABOUT OCR MEAL: TICKFTS

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THE STUART FlorMa( ) NEWS Tbunday, Decrmtwr/ 10.1964 3-A \pamvaTC: "IiJ.lA.: Wi4 ": __ !

Sails are the Glamor Fish for SHOP AT GOODYEAR FOR J )

East Coasf--and sTops ';I Is I l l SANTA'S BARGAINS I

"Swi Ahoy! tomizes glamour fishing. The fastthong' erman. and when you're after sails ,
"Wbor; away?" "Number four I tail-walking beauties of m the deep waters of the Gulf
Juror! are the pretty boys of this Stream this is money well spent.
These are faiiwkur echoes hat fishing game and the Florida You need bring no equipment I
ring across the Atlantic Ocean that shores from the fabulous Keys all -just desire and determination.. STARTING MONDAY WE WILL BE OPEN EVERY NIGIIT TIL CHRISTMAS
bound the shore of tunny Florida the way up the east. coast to St. Everything else is furnished.
these days.It Augustine and Jacksonville are Many Mermen are the "small
imply nears there is plenty fall and winter headquarters for ktn r enthusiasts Perhaps you ""PLAY-ANYWHERE" SEE OUR COLOR TV'S- STEREO'SS i
of silver running i in the bluegreenwaters them, with Stuart famed as the would prefer to go after bans, or I
of the Gulf Stream, a n dangling hottest spot.From maybe trout is your game. But if _
prospectors are in eager November to March sailfish you've never given deep sea sport S AND OTHER G.E. APPLIANCES I
pursuit, anxious to get their share gather by the thousands!. and angling a whirl!, you might be AL.L-TRANSISTOR: PORTABLE I
while the run is on. at certain period of each month missing the fishing!. thrill of a Mo 'I .... t(
Sailfish!. It's a word that epi- they gather for "school." That's time.Now v ONLY (l1 \HIlI KVIRY MAJORAPPLIANCE
what the charter skippers in Florida is the time for sailfisttiog j a FREE TURKEY
call it when :the sails twirl in Florida.. Don't. pass. it upl. \; : IV or SIERKO: !
\Vright Is Named -'
through the chop of the ocean in $
Liaison Officer fantastic!. numbers. Is r-r 159b A
Seeking i
When this happens anglers reapa Navy 'y qv \ ( ...- .,
For Air Academy fast harvest. As many as sixty .
to 100 sailfish are either boated or Young Lawyers ...;.. !
William E. Wright of 1209 Ken- released in one day's action from ; s 1 ll lum-,
tucky Avenue Fort Pierce part- anyone port along the Florida r-r ..t
ner in Chapman-Wright Home Furnishings East Coast. Relaxes Rules !4 \
!. has just received from the The long snouted blue-silver iJ
U S. Air Force Academy in Colorado beauties olfer as much thrill and The an appointment as liaison fight as any species from the has announced a change in the .. (f!
N .
deep. They are noted for their recruiting policy for law special. .. ; \
."'r' jumping and tail walking antics i ists. 1 his change will permit their r-r ,
and when you snag one, you're in recruiting on a direct XIIlmislion- i'::: -... S
I'. for a tussle I of anywhere from I ing basis. In the past the recruit 2 "' --..;- "" > <:
i r /3
twenty minutes to an hour. ing of law specialists for active ." :
I Sailfish!. the Florida brand!, are duty has been through the CCS '..' II4 CUPtldt '
I not exceptionally large in com-I ((1625)) program. In the future the 1'1" 'I 4 1' .!. ,', ) lip '0.,20, pound lJjIi
law will attend s
specialists only a .
I I parison to other sport fish! in these I \ J.( a
waters particularly marlin and condensed!. officer indoctrinationcourse 'ill j r Jot! S'pnilaK
I :
tarpon but their "aquabatics" are at Newport vice the full sixteen : ,"" 7 11'orroll/y
I just as thrilling. Sails will average weeks. Upon completion of the 1 .
indoctrination course at Newporthe ,. .. .'
about forty pounds, and run as $
high as 100( pounds. will be trained at the U, S. Naval ." .' \
| Many fishermen coming to, Justice School: Newport R, I I. ; ,. "," h...." ..c.I. :. 22888TAKE
Florida for the first!. lime look to If you are an American male
sailfishing!. as the top event in their citizen between the ages of nineteen .
j and thirty-three; hold a law GOI"I

I-sport Sailfishmg, but neither is not is a poor it reservedfor man a degree by have the been American from admitted a school Bar to Association accredited a Federalor ; PLUG I NAT 1IOMI5!! 5 I'IUG/T/ 1 JIU!I,:;;; I;iCCk;

the wealthy. The average char- State Bar; and can meet the (nIne
i ter prices along the entire eastern mental moral and physical stan- GAR CIGARinTK LlGHTHIl CUpl1ciy, ) $22H.NH
seaboard of Florida average $70 dards established by the Navy De-
per day.ith a maximum of five partment, chances are that you are ]12 VOLT BOAT SYSTKM: I
anglers to one charter. This. will eligible for (the Navy's Law pro e'
break down to about $15 per fish-!. gram. Specific- information on such OWN UBCHAKGEABLB BATTERY .MOOEL CB.il3i1: : Ss
to. matters as citizenship security
clearance, draft status .and physical -
Plank and Beam requirement! may be obtained I 1\tCtCtCt."I"ItC'4tC"tC'CtClI< l < officer for the academy in Mar- For Elegance from the nearest' U. S. Navy Re-
tin, Okeechobee Indian River and cruiting Station, or front the Officer I !
St. Lucie counties. The sheer glamour and glowing Programs Office, U. S. Navy
Wright is a reserve captain in elegance of wood plank-and-beam Recruiting Station, 537 Riverside I GENERAL ELECTRICAUTOMATIC I
the USAF having served during homes tend to obscure an equally Avenue. Jackson! Fla., 32202. g) I'I ,
the Korean conflict as an aircraft desirable feature of this modern Applicants who are acceptedand
controller instructor.As system! -economy of design commissioned in the Naval General: I.In'Irk: Strafed line s
academy liaison!. officer. Captain With all its extravagant appeal Reserve. as law specialists will be ,. design put faith and frown
is the of assigned to legal duties in the fleet
Wright's duties will include plank-and-beam essence .
11 lied la It "Inches
; klnrwg only
r .
assistance! information and guidance simplicity.The or at a shore-based command. !it 0 iJ
to prospective academy applicants key factor is an efficient A Navy recruiter will he ; ..Foet.'S y t 't f "f, width yrt every frihir ks.y1. ,
through qualified young I roof system composed of horizontal in Stuart every Tuesday at the ... ... to pi at. a delight to MM!
men youth groups and educational ceiling beams covered by wood post office from 10 a.m. 'til noon i :,.,. ..I........1E1 It. D
institutions and to brief applicants The Navy Recruiting Station i is
as to required; qualifications i decking.The beams, which run parallelto located in Fort Pierce in the Fort T FILTER- | r..AIC'.. ... T COIWfNlfllCf. Ut1U.mCRuPR01U: ; : : : '
opportunities and information: in each other, are widely spacedand Pierce Hotel phone 4640228. 1ION fur rp to 81 ptHiada ef
general. attached 16'vertical1posts.. The I ?_T. frmm food
Captain Wright Is a graduate of roof is so strong that M requires CANDY SALE FLO I I:
the' University of Kentucky; and support at fewer points than con- I The High School chorus sponsored r r tt t It NO n1.FRUrnNCF11RN ( ;
has resided in Fort Pierce for thepast ventional construction.. This per. a candy sale to raise money taw In flu freak. food vompwlmoitl.
eight years. In addition he is mill simplified partitioning larger for vests for the group. The chorus ,.
a member of the Southside Kiwanis windows and great freedom o f will participate in a Chrmlinas n
Club and is Sunday school superintendent movement and vision. The system I program both for the school and WASHER S JJ I 111 r rORCKLAIV v. K: Gr. I
of the First Baptist also! provides maximum" area for 'the public. TAnK BIN shim "10 nukfccltil
Church storage and family living. i
tr Modal WA854Y i t I l HANDY IHXR II T O R.at I:
I. AGE holds tell bottle I
FREE TmoperM (r 12-lb. ( 2 Rinse Temp. I fa:
t III stains our IIUJ' fJ

says*. 2 \ CL1paci'I. 2 Wash Speeds ttuy this product .

TENNIS 2 4 Load Sixes I result of 36 :yean of !

II leadership for only !?

CLINICSAT.. DEC. 12,10:30 A.lUi t I Only 88 : 1' 229 $I

t i 218 $
Conducted by f i $10.00 S
il a HIIK 1RADK : .
Professional M SunriM Inn and Club. Per tilt. /
Former Champion of the Strategic: Air f $ \
Command. at.dd 1WIJYjemwGGG&stGGtwe

Assisted by I ; ,"II"ICIC: !(!( ( (!( ( (!(!( .: 1I. <<1C1CtCIC 1(1I I I


Ranking tennis player to be In Florida held at :i:r I'II ..J;;;:: .y : PRCE! Ii I

INN Smart attictreat tut belts 'NO i
SUNRISE MM' I aria till Mriy tM I Watch It come lo !!(....Craig' Br*.dlov.'. HRfJ\AKI'
Dick Banmziik tennh profemlmwl! rt the Sunrise Inn U. available blocks Iran KM* YM can !if I land speed record broakcrl
nt Ma t NrtM Kddant to
lb service and the courts are open la the public.
daily. AMERICA
mot af yo* .IBM a tel n ilJ I' SPIRIT OF '
For information call Fred Schock, .!. Ml*r H Iutg lilt I,:' ..... ..... ....... .... .. I I&-Bul '130: %
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100 % FINANCING A'! AIiABLE-I :"'l1 ls s rww. raw..a. w tsbaw tasartnab. .I Jtiy n- 11ar. 1M ywr entire Tree

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TO BUILD CUSTOM HOMES 01] I YOUR LOT Ii i It;. or osr joaltljy r I tIe mutrmimGREAT tuvt -' Never tatitK before SPECIAL offend j

Martin St. Lucie Okccchobcc and IniTAILORED"HOM ian River Counties Ii SONGSOFQIRISTJLiS PAYMENTS 18-inch Serving

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and 5 Bedroom Plans also Duplex: Triplex: I'il ? taririiturniurunftf .arYrnir JlI Sg b(',,,esritorpiee for Hoi I1dny 4lnMirCvwrfal "" st amok
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4 A TIIE STUART (nil.) NEWS Thursday, December 10, 19,4I \' {
I Tigers Lose Court Opener

I Murray High Swamps Okeechobee; I To Trojans of Lake WorthMartin I

County Tigers' got off with 21.The I '
Lions 56-18. Lionesses bv 52 to 10 to a slow \Mart! i n their! opening, Friday Tiger and ent visit.rtawi Belle Okttchotae Glade on I, y. .)h h.Qj' .

., haiokftW tuatt' of t h. season! .
and Forest Hill
on Saturday
on ts
I LaM Worth,
Tu-.w.. loving at i
Murray High chriMtneU its new The U0ns piled up a 11-5 firttauatttr The Lionesses took a UW) flint( 660". Monday.--.--- I II ,'A ;:
wm in fir* kivln' Tnuwday nig i }* bud and went aWadiJyNheaj quarter lead and MfMcJwi it ty Dk I Bowman. with 8 points, WOKEN GOLFERS HOLDSANTA I 1\\1.j\\ i
Bw. 3, Hw.OoM. bMtmf D*? bang half and thr..MHurlr 12-4 at the half alt4.S6 at thry led $c Ter scoring, ttkf* SCOT i CLAUS TOURNEY qr
lM Brown High of OkoMlioMe. MOTM :25-11 and 42-11 All-conference ers were Ricky Scum men. John .
<6-t8. and the Lionesses winning James Hamilton 1963 ,11-<::0"- quarters! Mary Behr and Arthur Speedy 4 each: I The Ladies Golf Association of
just as convincingly 12.10. fcrence. was high' man with M Johnson/ was top sertr with 171 Danny Kilbourne 3. and Mike Martin County held a Santa Claus I .,
points Other Lions scores were: and her all-conference team.mate. Crook and Ken Lofhack, 2 apiece. ,I golf tournament on Tuesday Frances a'i
Herman Mitchell 13, George Harris Luvenla Watson, stand. 4. Other Trojans'I' Wilson/ winning over f li I holes ':5 il' f '
10: George Blatch and George scorers were: Margaret; Holme Aryl I Skip MaeMstle led the and Eve Anderson over 9. .:;. : {
Murray Wins 2 Brooifificld' 5 each, Douglas Mc- Celia Ingram, 4 iach, Domce j TEN CA8IS IN 'I' I !
Hardy, 4. and Charles Jones and Johnson. 3: Thclma Mute, 14, and CITY COURTOnly I' ,. !:!M j I
At Moore HavenMurray Charles I Ro/icr. _2 apiece I Rosa Solomon. 6; Watkins Heads ,., .. {# .\ I II
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MinisterialAssociation t ten cases came before
Judge Harry Dyer in Stuart Municipal PLAYfRS: OF TilE tVE1 fOr the Lake Worth and Riviera MARTY REILNBFJIG Martin
nAts both High made Lions it two and straight Lion. I Stuart Ties Fort Pierce Court Tuesday evening. In I Beach games, respectively' t'efe Bob PenUjrvis, No. 55. left, and II County Tigers tackle, was selected -
traffic cases, three were continued, David Smith. No 88. Id the All-Suncoast Conference
Monday, heating Booker Washington Stuart and Fort tied In and E. Trout and ,
Pierce D Blacka.Four Rev. Forrest H. Watkins pastor one was dismissed and two paid first team when the coachesmet
at Moore Haven by score the opening match in the Indian of the First Churchof .." --
Stuart' couples took part Baptist fines Three criminal cases were ,- ---' \ '-" '----- ; Seacrtst High School on
of 58-46 and 35-8 respectively' at
Lions scorers were: Hams, 14; Wednesday River Shuffleboard, Dec 2, League the core on in the Florida Cast Coast Central Martin Stuart County was elected Ministerial president Association of placed continued on probation and one for juvenile situ months was Suncoast ShuffleTo Saturday, Dec. 5.

Douglas McHardy, 14, Mosley, being SS.Vero Division/ Doubles Tournament at for 1965 when the group Fundamental';; ; ; ; I' ---.- -
HI; Hamilton 10; Lampkins, 8, Beach beat Ocean Breeze, Ocean Breeze on Thursday Dec met Monday.Rev. APPLICATIONS FOR ,
arid Blatch, 1 I. 7-3 and Ocean Brcczcr beat Port 3. Prank and Louise Rauwald wofi.t Arthur A Smith, rector of MARRIAGE LICENSES Be Considered M
For the Lionesses, tho scorers St. Lucie, 100. prize in the consolation playoff St, Mary Episcopal Church was Joseph Robert Salatka and Charlotte *
were: Celia Ingram, 14; Thelma Stuart winners were: P. J, Hal Other Stuart entrants wereWalt elected vice president and Rev. Ann Walsh, both of Stuart. of Golf I Principal! and athletic direc.1
feuse, 8; Mary Johnson, 6; Rosa ey and Mark Mayer: H. Higgins Moore and Ralph Patterson Allan R Stuart pastor of the David L. Inman, Blytheville tore of tin Suncoast
Solomon, 4, Doncse Johnson 2, and W. Moore; J, Planes and C. Lem Willcniscn and A Starr, and First Methodic Church of Stuart, Ark., Air Force Base, and Mary schools, meeting at Forest
and Lucy Candies, 1 I. Butts, C. MOOr. and D. Thomas. Bert Hillary and Ken Merrill secretary treasurer, Jane Brown Palm City. by I" .
. .__. _..-.-. . .--- =.:::.__ : ._.__.._ _. ---.---.------ Thursday, Dec 10 will find realignment +
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1I1TIooRE! a major item on the'

:: I .gen, lt. ,
M NeeMn MM Applications: for membership
LESSON; 6 have already been received from
Jupiter and Boca Raton and I
TilE PART THE 11I1'\ f"\ Oketchohee and Clewiston may

The head and feet are ;\)\ glance have followed suit by Thursday
points in. a golf *\'V tr"J\ Alternatives appear to be two
they allow the other party f% VVK teagties one for" Class AA schools
Since,'everything to Jy f uft a
Classes and B
and for A
golf swing has a cert it, grgee. HUSTON'SOFFICE
I we will take it from th, schools' ; or an arrangement where
II I lion up by each Suncoast team may chooseto EQUIPMENT
tJ\r1dl\.1 play some number less than all Osttota Avenue 2S7-2399
I The hips" are really t I/
carnage i for' the___whole! sir i : Suncoast opponents.
theoretically. are the hap ftr>eiwmg

A golf. swing. like a W\ has WHITICARBOAT
a hub; a spoke, which i it \y\\ left\
arm and a rim, which it t\\( lub\
/ head, This comparison 1 1\ \f\ hypothetical WORKSWest
its fact Lake Off Indian Avenue!, Port SenD
Put the left arm and \If'"l'Ia't\ FISHING TRIPS
for member of the in the right plane, and I py i <(;lub\
Something every family head In the proper arc, ; cant help hitting the 1\\'\ \(1liJ. NO. 1 MARINE ENCINX

which is the first requirefperl. Rural Route No. 1, Stuart, Florida Dial ATlantic 7.24M
-- The hips are important\ iI g1is5
Amity. RuxtonI the body is the power\, \ 1(fl BOAT
n Agent for AI Pflueger, Inc., Taxidermist
( the and
swing tramlnil9l1f
I BILLFOLDS from $$3.95 power is from the body \Jh' :
t . . .. --- -
arms to the hands to t the t\f\ft\ t4
r :"i lien are h joist' a few of the hundreds

it, t.P1I k L'. >f' of Item you'II find here. Com Ink the The ball.proper balance (tfllJAh, \ *
y and brows through our aWe, You weight on the left hip at \< AAr| (. GOLFNew

\ { can fill moNt of your list right' here I SHAVING SETS from $1.00 to $$7.50 on for swing the the and right hit back and hip to to for the the titC fiPssll I>\H\\\.aek'hip Martin County Golf & Country ClubST.

-. / The turn is easy in abut gtll i%,.Itt} 1
LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right' Just before crowing
the Aide to side bala 1 Ii htr4' !
\ New Bridge to BeadaY'
I because it requires good t%iw4rk)
\". and good balance. of the hd!*J, .
Good Selection of Please her with I BROWNIE CAMERAS ,- from $$5.95 The correct order of J'1hl'1J1t :
I going back is to shift to I tle( right 18-HOLE COURSE $3.50
turn, and swinging down '\, .tidt
to the I left turn ELECTRIC CARTS .. $6.00 for 18 Holes-$&00 for 9 Mole
CHRISTMASGREETING r GIFT PACKED: .......+...............+tKMr.oeKK+ttKKKrK+rtiKxK terK Play: the. ball opposite (\j, UA I (
heel at the start, and bl\J\ji1 lJ;* Q<\
your left hip and you I.ltinli| MEMBERSHIP:
CHOCOLATESyy GIVE HIM A NEW PIPE this order easy to follow hr Ac'wJ'* MFJVJBKRSIIIP INITIATION FEE $100.00
: this procedure, and you dill (flog l SINGLE MEMBERSHIP ......... .... 80.00
more power, more accl\t\ A i* j 11\ DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP ................ 100.00 i,
I Medico Pipes your swing and better lykpk] / o<\ 10 PLAY BOOKS ...... ... ...... ...... ".?. 30.00
t CARDS 59c to $8.00 the ball 20 PLAY BOOKS ..........._............... 5500
from $1.95 to $2.50 -- play.Next: the part the b t',l lslefs 30) PLAY BOOKS .........................._ 7500 t


-. ; from $1.95 to $?.50 A Christmas bonus <*f \\ lift
v': 4 ..' all Martin County employ/ 'oar M iTT MOORE, Pro. ROBERT WILLIAMS, Mgf.
voted by the County C45 1ttlabh' Dial 287-2274
a Kayuoodie Pipesfrom 1_uewlay.
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... ; / $7.50 .
: r"'ys""tltrrhM
a.a> A.>A1aFa.aM.aulwalltA.tMa iwaMiMlr.tAi4at.)....Rf,' GWe.

''A'tn.v.IIers( by Dana 5 fragrances /a"tillyanJ many others.Lanvins CIGARETTE LIGHTERS from $$1.00 W t.J.. W at 4f-! '

Arpege, My Sin Remeur -= Scandal/ Crescendo

Schiafiarellfs Shocking

ettk,+.paarrKx rorrre'artKKKtiKrKVr.'tlt traattK.aKsaKrra. "st aM'reKKKettK tesr'r re'rWSewtreye... -
ZIPPO LIGHTERS $3.50 to $$6.00 hr hs h

;,\ : ARDEN
; Cologne! Perfume

r' : Max factor. nkn, Old Jln
: ;: MAX 'FACTOR RF.VLON"Aquamarine" "INTIMATE" and Spkq Canal, Lunt etc. /. l

.' t Powder and Intlon.

Powder Colopit Hand... +
rued. Cologne ., If flue and T.kum $550 up $600 lip / I :

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[;.; -Your Rexall Store" es.s ", r I

r Opposite R. R. Station, Stuart, AT 7.1822 i. r A JOHNSON Sea-Horse for Christmas .,


v You'| rAtA sheers) Christmas morning and for many yearsto

conrv iWVt( no finer gift for your family than the healthful,

"tJ:fYy Port of booting. And th r.'i no better family .

r,A Ar: the a $ o-Hor .-(omed for its dependobl ty and

tasS J/ t %tQf Of\. Stop and Qrittmas-shop at

Stop at our s maw + '';;'MM :"f t <<. Li '!' iil' ;

: lunch counter

t r..4u4 for a relaxing u .. r"' CASA Ice) BOAT & MOTOR SALES, INC.. j

shopping break 1j r- "EI.1 I t'yf/ting/ For Your Boating Pleasure" .

jiifrfrfri err ; :JtN 1I ** ;MO ltJtE 707 RIO.JENSEN BEACH

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ygdt > front lawn Similar m.

lit UluMrailun.'

: Outdoor Floodlight Holder 99c v

M*'em',lTI.tch'rn.Buy one or both I A psrtect
ct: ; lift either way Quitted,embossed vinyl pintlo
,, ) White $$1.99---Colored $2.20 v 1 with wary print Bright handle color,striped to
SHERIFF ROY C. BAKER of Martin County is shown taking delivery of three caw of candy from match& hale
(Bill Berry, chairman of the Sight Conservation Committee of Stuart Liana Club. The candy was
\lent by Sheriff Baker to the Sheriffs Boys Ranch where it will be added to stocking on Ctiriitimas SPECIAL 1 ,
Eve It was candy unsold in the Lion recent Halloween drive. An additional! two cases OUTDOOR SANTA
I were turned over to Mn Lillian Dassorl.'school supervisor, for the annual Christmas party for mi- (:: Ray $3.98
['*ant farm workers' children. These donations were one of the many act of service by the Stuart j
tlion. group Electric Santa. Muhh up to add l' gJ I '

.. sparkle to lour .holiday. II,'. ." .
21* fed lull made ot durable f.. ..
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]\I\RTIS !MFMORIXLHOSPITAL pluslk. J B /II ,..u/ ; 7r ,

Birth---Mr. and Mrs. William
McEwen. a daughter. Dec. I, Mr. '
and Mrs Dewey Otcen a son,, r .. .
Dec. 1: Mr and! Mrs. John Hurst ,
Dec, 5 Mr. and Mn Y : "
a daughter ; .
Pehlo Flaw, a lon. Dec. 6; Mr' l _' COLOR .- t t "" .
and Mn Lure Marcia i a daughter '
; Dec ,6: Mr, and Mrs Joseph 'IN WH E'Et'l \
6 and !Mr. Y
King a daughter Dec. ;
and Mr. C I), Robertson, a / .... ,\4'O
f daughter, Dec 7. '1o f

Dec I Admitted.! Esther .. .
Haab. Mrs. Dewey Oteen. Esther WC
S. touch and Frank Gregory, discharged Jr \' "
: Ramon Diaz Prink Ackernian I
Dewey Williams, Kate: "COMIAT""' llT-Heiillstto "combat" weapons
Palmer. Mn. Charles Vale and r.r as sten on famous TV strict Set contains torn
t son, Mr. Albert McDonald and __ ... 'T'.rMen's my gun,htlmtt,csntssn,pii'ol and binocular;
AAy stvn Fliuthclh Hobby, Mark front. .
Jeffrey Kelley. August t Schaeffer:
and Daniel Bawett' All Leather BEDROOM SLIPPERS SPECIAL J11f4;
Dec. 2-Admitted William'I I I
NchN, Grace Woodard, Elite I I 1

# M finch Zimmerman Ethil ,Mae Owendolyne Collin, Wei-Iva floe qiwllly leather" and soft plaid Inner lining amure tit,. rmaulurl. R.0. $4.98
I gand Nell Karpie and Joe Tuck. hides) ( |to 12 In awMirted rulor
er: discharged John Brobcrg Mr*. r
i I William McKwcn and datifthter.
IIsw I John 1. DCKC, Helena each John
Kre 3 Lalli-
I --Admitted. Ivy
nwr, Curt Otto Sophie Jlt hke,
John Friday and Janet Cogburn.;
discharged. Nell Korni, John Williams
Diann McCJain i FrankGregory
May Kennedy
ALL RIGHT. dunce Gladys Rice: Wanda
Ahrcn', Edward tileawn. Richard .
Pull over to the curb at theTRIANGLE Hoke. t.NIC; Cramer and Mr*.
Dewey Oteen and son
Dec Admitted., Catherine
Foster and Anna Irxxa! ; dl.I Men's Fine LEATHER BELTS
charged, Beatrice Barrett, SophieKar.lunal I
and George Lonergaa
Dec --Admitted, Mrs. John

to hear Bill Elliott sing and Cathipn Hunt. William, Caroline Woodward Ketcham, Maude and

play at the Organ and Piano Mrs. Lure Macias; discharged= ,' Ae.ated N9i .... k n
Herman Hilt .kUliNf r'NTM CMAUI U'_TSe" mod fsbuteuer
HE'S HERB EVERY NIGHT Dec Admitted, Mr, PeHoPUu an4 etykerjr .. .dy,to-lty airplane le be taunt Abohitaiycoi" *<"'.-
Mrs. Joseph King Mrs.C. relented Mall.'ry wII"!fuel,."rtlt.blu..y,al Dying. KCMKVM*Alumt.nutfl '.
D. Robertson' Paul troth and .InMhrr." Mack m,Uiif* TreDeliveryPhone 287-1586 Junes R. Smith, discharged Elsie or Brown rites Y !lot Mttt.Q4'engine"has' a)y..,guarantee.
I-inch. (;race Woodward and Ivy 181-/2.
tattimcr YLadies'
Dec. 7-Admitted. Anna Blackwood SPECIAL v m
O P Kunhardt.. Morris
Roberts. George Kellhammer. Rag, $9.98
Flizaheth Chaton) Harry Bancll.
Lillian Staple Samuel Hover, Roll-Sleeve BLOUSES rAaaved
PatrICia Barker and WiMartf Bow
man; disch aged, Esther Haab. Miss Princess TEA SET
Mr*. Lupe Marco and daughterand rtrartfre erlale .I* a varlrfjr of awwrolur ,all
}In. Pablo Plaza and eon .. Wat.e.

I FH Mad .T yoor gift lilt .Mt (mwdfultyNalfasul parkagd Florida EconomyIs '

BrwMt* of Bqwir and wb*. CMM .ka awl Ire 1 rtC11B
i Going Good'Florida Jk '
era Iwtp y- Pow Ow I''lit.1'mi.w r
economy atreftfthenedat r-
1964 profmwd and to wtndmt
up the year on a firm now which i: Dfat..d ,
GIVE A portend good husme weD into Rice eat 99e. ,,; '
.t 161. the Florida Stale Chamber
of Commerce staled .
BASKETOF w, Most meatareeof Florida's \,
economy. available through October : r.
CHEER -=s ; indicate that the good far ". J !J
out-weigh. the had.
I -Meawjred by bank drbua, fcuai-
line Ian averaged 9 per cent above
M J. with recant monthM a ghae Mea's Regular$$2.59 COTTON PAJAMAS Itfe lien Mundy. aura.r IB'JJ
$$1.99Men's .
14 per cent aer .bM yell JraIft ( r into pl .... Crytjf. toe
1 THE TRIANGLE LOUNGE tai colIcctKMN.: cowpa/abbi only mink and .,...,... III..,

i OLD DIXIE IIW% STUART I of tmce the) July bw becaew.el 1963.Hut of tune aa, tIItcn Mead oft.12 Regular$$3.9 Du River JACKETS $ .99! s7 ""dl". 'ad .a4' Compare
per cent over sales I .
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oVA Thursday T1IC STUART December(Ola.)10 NEWS, 1964 I Christmas Musical Program atHigh I ::'- .", ,. ; T>'T _

fl/eqd Meeting United Fund Set School Gym Next Thursday 1


Three choral and three instrumental the junior band, and the senior gram is believed to be the most
you'dlike For Dec. 17thThe groups from Stuart Junior band.The J ambitious ever attempted by Mar-I
and Martin County Senior High complete Christmas! pro tin County students.
Schools, comprising approximately
annual general membership 225 students, will take part in a ,
meeting of the Jensen Beach-Rio Christmas musical program to be Committee of 100
United Fund Association! Inc., staged at the MCSH gym on Thursday GroupOn dlI/1
to know will be held on Dec. 17 at 7:30: Dec. 17, starting at 8 p.m.
p.Dat the Jensen Beach Community An eighth grade girl chorus Tour of Defense UnitArt
Center, said Mrs. Zola will sing religious music. A ninth 'I
The Dairy Council 0' Swarthout UF president grade mixed group directed by !
South Florida b proud Because of conflicting organization Miss Barbara Morris, will present! Melrose, manager of the The Mohawk Is a utility plane, I I
10 present C.rtiflcat.of meetings already scheduled "The Story of Christmas, with Grumman operation here, took capable of performing a multitude
for the original date of Dec. 15, Bohhy Shaw as narrator. some twenty-live members of the of defense functions. f
Merit Awards to than the meeting\ was act'forward. The senior high' hL Committee of 100 on a tour of Melrose! said that testing of experimental
dmtrvtng young peopleachVftlss An executive board meeting the direction of Mrs; iire\l Nelson the busy plant In a giant hangarat planes is still a prime !activity
..;for outstanding will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. will sing an assortment of Wilham Field Tuesday or the Grumman operation
at Mrs. Swartbout'i home. popular and religious numbers. They saw 125 workmen assembling at the local airport, but actual
and exemplary Following a hearing from all The three bands, which will per Army Mohawk fuselages production of airplane components .MURRAY HIGH DEDICATION Principal Ernest W. Edwards, left, introduces Dr. W. E.
hoOr'hip honoring both organizations wishing to participate form separately, will be a begin for shipment to the main plant at which began a year ago is a new Combs, professor of the graduate division of Florida A&M University, the main speaker at Sun-
family and community. in the 1965 UP drive together ners' band composed of seventh Bethpage Long Island, N. Y., and promising phase. Most em day's dedication ceremonies to Henry O. Kindred, chairman of Martin County Board of Public
with each organization's request and eighth graders who started instrumental where engines, wings and various ployes are Martin County resi Instruction, and Donald E. Armstrong, of Armstrong-Fryer and Associates! architects: for the construction
( 1 for a specified amount in music in September; electronic gadgets will be added. dents. of the new junior-senior high school
the United Fund1 budget, the ---- .
') ---- --
_will elect olticcrs and
1\\ : : 1969.
j All organizations, also desiringto
I I be included in the UF drive must!
t e send in writing its lust year's budget f.& :
I and its proposed budget for 1965to -t' GREENE'S is the store with
,' i Martin VVahl, secretary-treasur
J w er. Failure to comply will eliminate fit
participation.Following i "
Jerome Gltnwr the election, .plans
Jerome la actlva in will be announced for the eighth
and la
Youth Choir
annual fund drive.
president of the The executive board" said 1
Church Youth.Coun Mrs. Swarthout, Increase
"expects an ;
cil at the First Bip- In its goal because of /
tlst Church of Ft I increases" She added population that
Pierce At Dan Mo the goal of $7,000) () was held for SPIRIT"OPEN
Catty High, he was the past two years, but may be increased
runner-up on to $7,300.
National Merit i Thd! Jensen .Beach.Rio! United
Scholarship competition Fund Association: has exceeded its
lie's a member goal 1 in every drive held since it
of the Spsnlvti In 1958.Water ( Ij
began %
Honor Society and i ; EVERY NIGHT TIL 9
ClvlUni. An active

won Sea Yacht Scout the Club's Pelican Jerome Commodore Sewage ELECTRIC ., GIVE HIM SHIRTS

Cup. In 1982.i "

,I "' .lf 1 1I Authority SoughtCarl BLANKETSNationally = Sport Shirts Dress Shirts 5 -
twin &
Gels: of Hob Sound, activeIn Van .
Iteusen Bud Burma Tru
double bed
ti alai
recent zoning activities In that Assorted Val Afallaro Short & Never have enouRh. Van IItUUD / s t1
IJY'M.i" ;ct:' area., submitted a proposal from a j colon. Give good $995 e Sleeve Tapered A Poncho Styles.WashNWear long Vans Lul,
group of "interenled, citizens" to practical sift r.
I American Made, Skes 130/ 11,
the County Commission Tuesday LvI up
,Ji concrning central sewage and II AB Sizes $ up Long Sleeve f
water The systems proposal read': BLANKETS3.Plen II I Finest Sekcllro )

"We would like to subnfit a
i proposal for immediate study with MatchedLUGGAGE 100% Nylon Binding I r FLANNEL SHIRTS
Gary Payne the purpose of insuring healthy 90% Rayon 10% Ny- "
Gary shows unselfish conditions In our county as wellas Ion 72x90. Practical alze for i Good selection of colon & $OQQ = +
devotion In his adding an incentive for developers twin or double bed. Nonalkrgenic. patterns, long wearing cotton V *' Q
voluntary efforts of to develop land with an eye to Hand
children ind the soundness of the project after $19.95 $595 '
screened print ..,... I
youth In the vero the selling has been done .. \ DRESS SHIRTS
Beach Youth Center "In those instances where central
program.) He sewage and central water systemsare t ...Malboro 100% cotton wash and wear /"
supervises\ children's 'I deemed necessary such as in ln shies 14 to 17

adult giraM,Softball aoorts and tot ruin Urge may subdivisions apply, the or county as county or Incorporated o s AL N Dual Cuffs .......... .._....... $298MEN'S .
helps with the snick area should be em- t MEN'S PAJAMAS
bar. Last summer powered to form a water and l ,
he was a member oil; sewage authority, to regulate and t//eUJtflllJl e .\..., By two of America's moM famous
Versa' Bbt Bulb manage said central water and .. makers Pajama Coordination of
all-stars. At Vero sewage system at a profit to the BANLON SHIRTS .. 1 America and Malboro. Broadcloth: ,
Beach Junior high, county. ON EVERY GALS WISH LIST ,: '. IlanneU Dacron A Cotton. Solid
r Gary U a member This rule would be In force A classic knit original durably resistant" to piling1( .. \ colon and many up
of the Red Raider if the developer could not financially and hailing Wears beautifully Perfect I assorted. pattern .... $299
footfall l :and trick : manage such a system, or 'N ShoreBLOUSES fit washes* easily. Keg. $5.95 $399- .,
teams.OtvM'. for other reasons, to be defined Ship ,
.- later. This would guarantee central ;

''V, I' sewage and would and also water make where the business needed t' J Give Him Suit k/< Christmas Ties

','" climate more healthy for a developer a v

without heavy financial strain Good selection of kl/es, Always an acceptable gift. In
or discouraging' restrictions. )Hems tropical Dacron and Wool Suits that can be
finest pattern and colon Free
"Would the county take this under colon and 11)1ftI. worn the year "round In our climate. National Brand gift wrapping.
consideration as a study prob t Life suits In many colon and pattern
lem and report back on tho feasibility I.
of such an authority? $298-$395 Compare
"It Is also hoped that this will $3995 $100 to $250Men's
Fettorft form a basis for future countywide at $49.95
David li the most central sewage and water
decorated scout from (vjicn" Martin County I Is crowded
Delriy through Vero enough to warrant It), and that RobesLuxurious
Beach. He it an monies collected can be used to Quilted Initial Hanks
Eagle Scout, an ex. fund this authority In the future : ti ;j
plorer, and is Viee without cost to the taxpsyer"OBITUARIES r These are Regular $1 JO.the boa.j .
Lodge Chief of the quOted acetate, beautiful selection: : of colors. 1
Aal-Fa-Tah Chapter -A;:... r 1'1 TII\ Looks much more espeiwlve. They even look like I j $$1.00 Box of 3 4
famous for Its / ChrUtnuM.. Give your favorite girl one of these
demofMtraUoni of glamourous' gfte.i ( \:
Indian dance Amonf 4.' .-r =

God his and awards Count lithe MARJORIE WINIFRED DAVEY : $399 "' -_. a Men's Stretch Socks

try sward for service Marjorie Winifred Davey, sixty A A 's """r'" W" : ,'" 1 100% Nylon" Quality Sock Compare
to his churcbFir.t of N.I.
three native
a Bayonne and
/ up at 59c Pair. Good selection.
Christian ef k \
and recently of Stuart, died Wed-
Ft Pierce. David la nevluy. Dec. 2, In Stuart. i Solid Colon 3 pllir $loo
a Dan )McCtft She was the daughter of the late LADIES' and Patterns for
High, junior Dr and Mrs. Thomas Davey of ,
Bayonne, N.J., and a sister of Dr.
Join" ,
"in You Walter of Stuart. She was SWEATERS Y !
In honoring three flu a Oliver Centenary Collegiate o You Can CHARGE IT Greene's
young People.. Institute in Hackeltstown. N.J., and Large selection of style* and f F at
end (he hundreds Ilk. attended! Syracuse! University, Syracuse materials to chowe from. The 1
N.Y. Her sole survivor 1s Latest In fa.hl.nn., Sizes 32-46. If you have n charge card from department store, twoiine company. Diner's Club',
them,j., are our her brother, Dr. Waller Davey. 'i aDd the like, yon can Charge It At Greene's. Just present your approved card.
hop..aM oW'tmathy'e Services: were held In Bayonne s
< N.J. with burial in Nyack. N.Y. t
Johns Funeral Home was in charge $395 rrt..re rma+er+ta+rrnr.+tic.rc crti+s.rrrxrr ama un.raa.r
future.JettPrato of local arrangements
and up

q'i Julia C. Stoyer, seventy-eight Free Gift Wrapping Open every THE PERFECT GIFT

of Greenville. Penn., and a winter night until 9. Free Packaging for ,
resident of Port Salerno for the
past six yean, died Dec. 6 aftera mailing.
brief illncu.
She "as a member of the Re
formed Church: of New Hamburg
Penn. and attended the Southern FOR ALL THE FAMILYDozens
Methodist Church of Port Salerno.
She was also a member of the
Stoney Point Grange of Mercer
County Penn She b survived by of styles to choose from
her husband, C. C. Stoyer of
Greenville, Penn.. six sons Chaun- VIfr1
cey. Jack and Clay of Greenville,
Donald of Mercer, Warren and
Paul of Phoenix Aril.} three
dairycouncil 114 daughters& Mr. Lucille Mowry
and bin Armenia Swift of Greenville -
and Mrs. lack McGinty of .
Cleveland Ohio,: three sisters and $19t -
f two brothers in the north twenty 14
sin grandchildren and sit great F'
SOUTH FLORIDA grandchildren. .
tun w..t ..!... Services: and burial will b* In
..... Greenville Johns Funeral Home
; ia la charge of local arrangement -- iR C CC11 :C Ct .CaleCi G1RC l iRC/RC :C1.CiIPS :r l;t ;


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MEETING Sponsored by Men's Garden Club the group was delighted with in church of Santo right TIlE STUART (Florida) NEWS
The Mental Association accommodations at me quaint hotel i be Mid most of us I Thursday, December 10, 1964 1-B
the famous Mayan Inn. The dollars buying! many
will meet at the Ship Lantern hotel i ia deai'twdsdssg{ the lutes ful garments and! for
Restaurant at 12 noon Thursday, Ambler Tells of Garden Visit of many old Spanish hotels with and M by the the i ces and marimba music.
find an I "We returned to the U.S.A. on
Doc: 10 This will be a buotneas police and aardena of beautiful T b. afternoon
meeting and all member are ask no..rincIIru""y." The service was spout( in a pfcmmnt din I Nov 27 via Aviators Airlines,
ed to attend was superb the meals fine and! to Ciuatenula Chy, \, I i thus Ming: a tour of approx
the room accommodation! equal part of the new / dan- IIna miles" ,
Guatemala AreaA
To Picturesque to all desire The group was urpriMtd .. I

to be given an 'American
Thanksgiving Day dmn r. ('IlRlSl' ItS ',\ time to put in I
group ot fourteen local residents drove the people into the streets I caalarwngo and traveling over "The daof our visit to Chichi. fOR SQUARE (

r''' who recently returned froma and minutes later a catastrophe ,I almost impossible roads with hairpin UMC'flllnllo1118 'Market Day' and the Jensen Beach Christmas Cookies

tour of Guatemala sponsored by occurred-l'ithin two minutes the bends! a stop, was made. for the group enjoyed this moot picturesque and iiiHxluusn!l1 will
with a new style the Men's Garden Club, "were cay was in shamble Some homes lunch on the shores 01 Lithe AUt- t and colorful Imhan openair mas party Friday I
from FAS11IO.NEITE enchanted with Guatemala, and have been restored and new ones Ian Extinct and lofty volcanoes, market known as the best. pm. in the Jensen Holiday Goodies
the many colorful flowers seen to overlook the tklCp.I>lue watfrs of in the country. Hundreds of Indians munity Center
be growing seemingly everywhere" added until a delightful provincial this most! magnificent, iiMurriain garbed in their beautiful Santa Cluiis will
r Sr, reported W. E. Ambler. town has grown around the ruins. lake. Formed originally by vol. costumes bartered in whispering I attending, are asked. to BAKERY

Making the tropical trip were "Leaving Antigua for a full day I canic action' it is a sixteen voices. cent gag gitt for a:. DI \L 2874)544)
4 Mr and Mrs Charles H Jaap, and night in the town of Chichi.I miles long and! twelve miles wide. "The group also was able to gills should" be lahlcd I | (' also available ul

Mr and Mrs Ray friel Ambler, "Arriving ui Chichu.asurwngo, witness the I interesting pagan rituals I a man or a woman. : : UJ\nR". JLNSrJN: '
't1 Roscoe E. Glenn Dr and Mrs. I 104( miles from Guatemala ('ny, held I in the 400-year-old' bring guests if they : BEACH

.. ;"" """' ,j; F. H. Pottholf.. Mr and Mrs MR .
Gowmg, Mr and Mrs.-P.L.! Party
Warren Mrs. Norma Johnson and I Mrs G. Levine

Mrs J. H Sibley. ,
fill;' Two nights were spent at Gua Mrs. George Levine was hon.

temala City," Ambler related.. "During ored at a coffee Tuesday morn.

the days, the group enjoyed I ing.. Dec. 8 at the home of Mrs
sightseeing! of the city, its lovely E. Keyes Palmetto Harbor. Mrs

gardens, palaces, and many placesof Charles Jette was co-hostess. ,
FashionetteBEAUTY interest both old and new. : Mrs. Levine is a former resident i.I i. .: tt

"One night was spent at Anti. I of Stuart who, with her hus 1 "
SALON gus, one of the few cities which band hat returned here to make %'3' h
conserves its colonial characterand i her home. 4 5r

607 COLORADO AVENUE' is justly called the Pompeiiof Among those! attending were:
STUART, FLORIDAOPEN America. Until 1773, Antigua Mrs H Coring, Mrs. Norma Johnson yisr
was the capitol of Guatemala. During Mrs V. Stattle. Mrs. E. Man. ..
MON. thru SAT. that violent earth tremors -
year sur, Mrs. Bryan Feathcrstone, MrsHelen
7:30 11I.5130 continued On ;
p.m. began and July Shaw Mr. Helen Bcttmun, \
MIR1EWEIS, Owner 29 of that year thunder storms, Mrs. Bert Hillary.. Mrs Alvin Pow. ",'e ,, .r
Ann Hudson, lightning, volcanic shakings and
Operator ers Mrs Donald kirkpatrick and
DIAL 287-4999 rumblings terrified the people and Mrs. Evans Jr.
Ample tree Parking many left the city Finally, lute Hop on the
in the day a series of violent shocks U.I>.c. MFE11NG
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The United Daughters of the r
Confederacy will meet Monday
evening, Dec 14 at 745: pm. at
the home of Mrs. RaMon By. Sleigh
) rum Casa! Terrace. Those! attend. a .

log are asked to bring gifts for ex .
f. change.Mr .
and Mrs. Harry Miller of

and Join OurChristmas
s.S CA Hibiscus Park had as their guests
for the Thanksgiving holiday his/ H
father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. t
Coy Miller; his sister, Becky; broth. ,
er Don and brother, Douglas and
ST. ONGE wife, Linda, and their son, Gary. Club

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feature gourmet food from around the world. of ii,. r.t.t. or Hnr.h 1 111
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Ako S. S. Pierce and John Sexton fine foods. Hlrr.&, flrr..nvllln. Mh'hl..n: Kiilh .
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('.dal' HprliiKH. ol.m C. :
I'"Iv' (;Vd,"P S' Mkhlf."i.' Ws- $4
Choice ntin: \Mlkln' ,*. Cedar :npriia.,
Top IMl/-Munn: On.l.. M, V....L>w. t pdi '
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CHllf.rnl.on.i.ni! : Iturnhui
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drip. ii ii.iii Mi< hlMni; Tlmmii.
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sad volt nil AltK oihor tlKKKHT t>cr.an* rnniwrMHl KoTmKII Yes j join the hundreds of Martin County 1 from 50c t to 10.00 per week which ever suits
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US.DA. Top Choice ,ill UUry.< b>-Admliilxlrctor ViAITKII M. In is>Mid LK: .CourtuiHilnir .An."n residents who enjoy a merrier Christina! your budget., ,

SIRLOIN STEAKS. 89c lb. .L.n, t..far...11*|n.t Ord.r" .''n'Or..n*,4n.*.. him t5. with the Christmas Club savings. The I small .
r.dh.stnrr. tI..I., .... rest l prapiirly. We have constructed a Christmas Club
of lh vftnlr. tllvnl' .
Inv in M.rtiq I '' :IJ"rr..,and,b" regular payments add up to an expense paid booth in our lobby where you may sign up

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whh;$5. order;: ,39c lb. Mailln roust, R Mrd., I\

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A nnour Star 16 Ib. and over ;lh.rri:;ln ,des,ii r.i.r.or. wilt, 'io sties ha M*Mmd'y.,/f2i hi 0 y ,; 'x

TURKEYS 39c lb. WiT"1r'a upon my hand phi sod CM* |ft%* .aval ,< SEND: A IE'rI'LR'I'0 SANTA CLAUS
. "r anid ''.urt, at iMiiiui,. MaiBn: t r, ?_ :
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IRF.SII MAINE CAPONS!/ nUll BrLMONF: !/ 'or', 1e.'LI
THI' "I' .", .'\ AMU Tnrni/' J. '' Claus will want to send one of the colorful
TURKEYS: TASTE HIE IIAPPY DIIFtROCE: : : All",1," r?"ir, ..ivtitionurnll .. ,,
rn'- 1 'Ii "ial Hank Hideinrl .
ORDER NOW f'OR CHRISTMAS I' n I ",.', riorida. ,. messages to their favorite child. Select,

SUCKLING PIGS ON ORDER 7.1.1:;;,.5, 1i.: I,' 1 I.: II l 19.,\ 14 l,.c II.., last.s :-- Ir4.: "', address, stump and mail it in our special

>,. }r' mail box.Vc will huvu it post-markcd from

POP-TOP {SONRETURNABLEBALLANTINEBEER r Santa Claus!' Indiana and it will be delivered

6 for 79c I; ''Is '' direct to your child.

LJmM 2 pitM with $7.00 Of HIFolger's IRSTrMATIONAU I ., ?
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a $5. onkr 4uI. LVL.MNO . *5 PM k> I PM

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Nabisco Pies "

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W Y County shoppers find that Kindred's meets aH their food

ar M needs, and return week after week to do their complete
food shopping

',: x.? ; fix'; Kindred's could easily be your One, Stop Shopping
'' Center and now with our new expansion there arc

w, GREATER merchandise selections than ever! Come

A _" with us now on a verbal tour through: our store .

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? : i :. I k Here you may buy your favorite pipe tobacco, cigar,
F cigarette or have a check cashed, maybe you will wishto
purchase a money order or pay your light bill. It's
all available in this department.

Make Kindred's your One-Stop-Shopping Center for Then our -

J. Christmas Gifts, including toys priced from 98c. We ,. .
also have n large assortment of Christmas wrappings, .. PRODUCE DEPARTMENT ""f ) ;
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ribbons and decorated tape. Do all your shopping for I' ,
the holidays and, get GOLD KOND STAMPS with Here, as nowhere else, you will find such a variety t. ,I,
every purchase. of garden fresh quality produce Kindred volume i' '.

.Jf ., 4 4, '"' .. I t assures you of tasty fruits and veegtables every: day of .:q. ft",) ,""r'r ..., '\'
the week we also ship select Florida fruit. .

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',, '. 84 feet of refrigerated cases chuck full with every ; ""TVm '.

.' 1 t .t ) jt :', ,, / variety of quality meat available, all individually wrap- ,,,;' 1,
.. .4'... .' j \ 0. V ped for your selecting convenience. If for some reason ."\J:. '..
,,'I .. f'"' \' ''/ 4 not able to find just the right cut of Grade "A" ...
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.4r. \.. Western Beef, Lazy Aged (An exclusive of Kindred's) ; .6 ,'.',
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.r. "l right here in Kindred's own kitchen 1m taken the worry '. .. .. .:. ',.:' : tout -
,', of meal preparation for many Martin County house :' ..,'-
wives. Also if you are planning a party let us prepare .. ,tr-,

+ the food you serve. .. '.
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'\ cakes, donuts and many other fine pastries baked right ." .. .. .
I ': here in Kindred's, so you may be assured of oven fresh .'. ... O'i.r.," .tIc .. i .
items every shopping day. .*...' -.,. .. .

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the newest type of f refrigerated cases in Southern Florida .
i !' '% r installed to insure you the freshest in quality dairy '. .. ..J.,

t"r "a,, ': i products. ,
E. Not last is our -
During Ihk lour I'm iiirt you couldn't kelp bill noiktth
t e bug election of fin. N.HM Brand food dkpluyed FROZEN FOOD
on y-lo-reMh floor thelve plun the wide Mtt DEPARTMENT
.In Martin County designed for lefcturely. (hopping.t With
king size. frozen? food cases where you will
\\" enjoyed hathig you and when you clerk out { find the largest selection in Southern Florida of the
e )ouU 1ft our checlwlimdii mn de.tgne4 for quick : world finest frozen foods.COLORADO. .
remit checkout, and our frleadly penumtcl check
I your furcluMmi. iccuniely on Ihe .UlMl tjfe of walu.dt
cotnpullng raJa regbrterNow' ..

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I that you have seen our store and talked with

.." our emplo'ces-'Ou know why Kindred's is called

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Over the years Quality Food has come to mean more than just a word to the Customers and Friends of KINDRED'S. .JJJl; loo }. GOLD BOND
It is a meaning they can depend on day after day and week after week when they shop the Friendly Store. Have you tried ':'a. oao p {TAMn
DEC. 10, 11,12 GRADE 'A D & D GEORGIA ICE PACKED C 10-11-11
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SSU.S.\ CHOICE GRADE "A" \\FSIFRN 1 BHF. tAlAm.n.. ROUND BONEv..: .. ) ,

Delicatessen Specialties SHOULDER ROAST lb. 69 f GOODS' : 1 a

COLESLAW flc BACON ">. 59 Roasting Chicken IB 3 9 c FR0i1 RIhED 1/11I'1'F:
Ib. SAUSAGE lb. 39c FRANKS 312-0Z.PK'S.$1 L! #

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GF.NF.SFE; GIANT SIZE 1 ":' '. & 3 p.m.. to 6 p.m.rSO .
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MILK 9 URGE wN5 *1 Cookies 3 FOR 89c Tomatoes 3 303 SIZE 69c I Ilke

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.4-B THE STUART (Fbu) NEWS Thursday, December 10. 1964 Fete
Yule. Musical

I Awards Are Presented to Candy Stripers SOCIETY NEWS

a .a-' .. ... ......... For Woman's Club

The award ceremony for Mar -
tin Memorial Hospital( Candy : The music division of the fine estiog t to learn that the haste"
Striper was !hM Monday, Dec: arts department of the Woman Ml. Peter Cectlio and her to,
7 in the community, room of the Tfr Club of Stuart will present the mjtlee, plan unique new !utdecorations.
First National BaflV The program Christmas! program on Dec 16 at .
consisted of welcome by President i 2.JO p.m. at the clubhouse. Nonmembers -
Mri Karl Stoneburncr the are always welcome to
Auxiliary prayer by Chaplain Mrs. k. the program meetings for a nominal Re n t weekend guests
Harold Woolley;, "Course of Study r guest! fee. Mf: and Mrs C. M Jcrdem
and Future Candy Stripe Program'by '! Mrs H W Ncwsome and Mrs were Mr. and Mrs David jcrii
Mr*. Robert Trinter, hospital I Hugh L. Gawn directors, state man Sr and son, David Jr Ire
director of nurses, presentation of I that the choral group will present Charleston, S. C, where he \1 i
awards by Mrs. Guy Cromwell, Christmas in Many Lands with boned with the USS Lafayette,
chairman and Mr.
Candy Stripe and submarine
Mrs. Ira Williams narrator Polaris
James Humphreys, assistant! direc I guest soloists Mrs. John Sadler
tor of nurse and Mrs Clyde Coutant. The violin -
Badge given during the mm-. \ 4 ensemble, with Mrs. Von K. GA STORAGE
mer for fifty hours of service: Terry Jouruan, Mrs. Randolph Spinney, WAREHOUSE
Rogers and Stewart Van Kirk Mrs R, O Yost!, Joe Mueller and
Caps earned and given duringthe George Perkins, accompanied by
summer for fifty hours of .11' /l I Mr J. F. Bozone pianist, will Storage by the
service: Lorraine Antos, Joan t ;, LJLi alto! perform. Models will be dressed -
Borgen, Carolyn Clark, Jackie ';JJ in commies of different coun- Day Week
Campbell Becky Greenlees, Diane 9 tries. The background stage decor-
Heath, Sally Henderson_ Cheryl ations will be done by Mrs. Nellie Month Year
McCandless, Cynthia Maurice, Pezzoni. who has planned areligious
Barbara Poux, Shirley Poux, Mer- .... '. theme, "Pulling!! Christ USED FURNITURE a
riles Rollison, Melanie Urquhart, \ \. Back Into Christmas. APPLIANCES
Connie Voorhcei, Janice Weiss, \ Remembering last years unusual AlA, GOLDEN GATE
Susan Weiss and Pat Wheeler. .. i\ "j table decorations, it is inter-
Pint for lOOt hour of service
were awarded to: Joan Borgen, i m
Carolyn/ Clark Jackie Campbell, DECEMBER 1964Our
Diane Heath, Cheryl McCandless, '
Cynthia Maurice Shirley Poux, new "Monthly Review" discusses the common stock
Terry RogerS; Merrilee Rollison, L .
Melanie Urquhart, Connie Voor : prospects of three companies:
hoes, Janice Weiss, Susan Went and
First stripe for ISO or more (tanrinf wdNORTHWEST
hours: Cheryl McCandless, Mela hr
nie Urquhart and Barbara Hart. AIRLINES
Joan Bradt and Sandie 'e
awards Wa"thI .
received their cap and pin '
in May and are now working for TIME, INCORPORATED ... R ;
stripe awards : p..rn.dVVnalFor( )
This year twenty-seven Stuart d 4 4w
teenagers participated in the summer your copy simply mail the coupon.
Candy Stripe program. Over
3.000 hours of service were given CANDY Stripers who received awards Monday, Dec, 7 at the meeting of the Woman Auxiliary -..-.-....--.--........-.......---...........
to the hospital-BurinQ the summer at the Community Room of the First, National Bank, Seated, left to right Mrs. Guy Cromwell, Please tend me your new December "Review" discussing LOCK
months Since school has started Candy Stripe chairman, Melanie Urquhart, Con nia Voorhcei, Joan Borgcn,. Janice Weiss, Stand tr HEED AIRCRAFT, NORTHWEST> AIRLINES and TIME INCORPORATED -
some of the Candy Stripers are still ing: left to right, are: Jackie Campbell, Becky Greenlces, Cheryl McCandlm, Barbara Hart, Stewart w +w .
giving service hour on weekend Van Kirk, Carolyn Clark, Cynthia Maurice, Shirley Poux and Mernlce RoUoson
and after school. Next sprint, the i .,. ..,.. ...
Hospital Auxiliary will again receive auxiliary members, Candy Strip dallion.. Mrs Clifford Hubbard, New members of the auxiliary MR. AM I) MRS. ARNOLD SAVER Name ...10:0..10 MM* M..X'N

training application Any for girl the or 1965 boy era, their parent and friend, Mrs Mr. Ed Thayer, Mr. Harry are: Mrs Carfoct William, Robson, Mrs. Bauers' Address ....'...%.v....>..*.....City. ,.,-,.?... .State,.....-.......%*
program. Dan Mn Burn-
entering high school who Is in William Gesncr and Mrs Cromwell Karpf Mrs. Fred Orman; caps, hurt, M.r., ,pavid Lewill.Paul Mr*. E. The Arnold Fiftieth -..-.--.................-.--........-.-.---
scholastic were responsible for refresh- Mrs Jennie Bell Duston, Mrs
good standing may be Stanton Mjxey, and Mn. Laura
eligible for the Candy Stripe' program ment arrangements. Audrey Moore, Mrs. Fred Orman, Morley II" Wedding Anniversary Dec. 7 HIRSCH .C0.

Awards presented to members of Mrs. Margaret Ricou; and pin, The organization has 149 active .... ....km M..v r.t Staci ........._
Refreshments were served t C o the auxiliary) were a* follow: me Mrs' Wesley Moore. members and forty associates
Celebrating their fiftieth wed of the county zoning board and is
ding anniversary Monday, Dec. a deacon in the First Baptist 108 South Second Street Fort Pierce

I a 7, were Mr and Mrs. Arnold Church, where he was a counselor RESIDENTS OF STUART CALL TOLL-FREE
t '. .' Bauer, St. Lucie Boulevard The for fifteen years of the Royal ATLANTIC 7- 4100

( fit Bauer were married at Elkton Ambassadors. He also was a
t i", MAIN OFFICES 25 Brood Street New York 4, N. Y.
OPF Scoutmaster here for ten ,
Md., on Dec 7, 1914. years
Mrs Bauer is active m church
In 1934 they bought a house: Listen .
work to daily market news and averages1:30Station
In Stuart but did not live here
: WIRA 1400 dial
On Sunday evening Dec. 6. the on your
permanently until he retired from
t Every the hardware and sporting goods members of the First Baptist t I Into SMItoK. .* .-.... .......*, ,......, IM..... 1.5.r'.a'
family.deserves ,biiMn) ii to JUidgUon, N.j..1R. ., for Church Mr."and gave. Mrs a surprise Bauer.reception- Lw.N '1IiI ...... Aaan/M .......

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., )/ r 1 yr Y Since coming 'to Stuart, Mr.
(Jj r Bauer participated in Coast! Guard ;
i. a home of its own Observer duty here during World
r War II, and was a Frigidaire dealer
from 1942.1952. From 1930 Gffi
i to 1955, Bauer was a county: commissioner !

for Santa to He has been chairman I Yt !

j Rev. Tweedy 'Will

visit onChristmas Speak on Christmas ; !

Theme to ClubThe t

Rev Newton Tweedy, pas Never argue time t
Eve. tor of Jensen Beach Community
Church, will sneak: on "The Magic
n ,w t1 (i of Club Christmas'of Stuarts at Christmas the Soroptirrmt programluncheon z with a man who wears ;

meeting on Dec.
17 at the Anchorage in Rio. Members ACCUTRONbYBULOVAL
J vf1 may bring guests
The Soroptimists, meeting Dec. .
3, voted to assess each member
Start $1 Instead of a Christmas en-) tt
saving change. Funds will go to the Pio- t tt
near lerno.: Occupational School in Sa t

The club will have a booth at
the Martin County Fair in March;
for named Zola Swarthout publicity t
now your chairman to replace Mrs Janet
I LueJcr; and to set board and
business meetings at the First National t
Banks meeting room, with
I program meetings at the Anchor ; t ;
home age.
own I
r v Women's Croup Y 3

Program Dec. 15 ,

For ChristmasThe

NP Vtoimn Society of Christ! ,
Ian Service will have its Christmas I
; your savings; earn program on Tuesday Des 15 at the '" i
Pint Methodist! Church. A lunch-h, '
eon will he served at 1230; pm I I I
by the Martha C ircle The BIrth- ,, tt tt
--- day of a King;' symbolizing the : I
birth of Christ! in Scripture and
music. will follow the luncheon:" I I ,
.. Mrs Guy Cromwell Is In chargeof I
the program with Mrs Clyde d/S

Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 411 4 % Constant Members providing and fronds special are invited music,. ;I LL +J1 t,

Friday Evenings; S p.m. to ; MRS. CII.FJ1A"ENGLtND: 1' HE'S WEARING THE WORLD'S : ,
ANNUM of Mrs. Cclestia England a w. 'tr''+r !
....RN 'I'I win be happy to know that ,
she is home again at 1 "A" Street. (7-1 ACC".ITIItIAIT-- .. .. .,. ,
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> \ Martins ,1
Park following ACCURATE ON THE WRIST. = t:
surgery at St. Marys Mo ptui.e :..
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\% Palm -
% Beach for the removal -
\ tin's.1tk' we .... ....... ........
of a cataract on her tight eye.Sinus ." .......-....,irs.w
New 17 the! has been ,
IRII :'J convalescing at the. "home of her ,; Pi"Sic Clips' Tie Tacs Earrings
1 t A + .. daughter. Mrs. A. J. (Chick)Quinn, .;. Cultured Pearls .
St Lucia Avenue, Stuart :, Exquisite Diamond Rings Cuckoo Clocks Chains

U. S.IllghwayNo.I South of ColoradoSTUART1 AT CARDIAC SEMINAR I
Members of the Nurses AtM STUART JEWELERS !
ciatmn of Mutin County Hospital)I J
attending a cardiac seminar a I
'. Sail/hit/ Capital of the World Goal Samaritan Hospital" in \\'ell 1, MANUFACTURING JEWELERS
Palm Beach on Dec, 7 were: LUf .
lian Murdough Many Brooks 1 i 53 East Ocean Boulevard
Mary t.o.t. Rogers Mary Pence.I I ; AT 7.7503 ,
Akia& Cassidy, and Margaret MUfcc C. CR;


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Quantity ROOD
Right Ret. fiOR
Prices Good Thru Sot. Dec. 12th. W-D Brand U.S. Choice

r Dlrr'i Sausage Gold Seol Liver "P1;." Onr," 4(JC Chuck Roast Lb. 49 1 1l

Swift Brown end ServeSausage
80z.Pkg... 49C W-D Semi-Boneless' Superbrond. ee ..
w Gra n rida
l rbos. Ci 8ge or Shipped
._ Lunch R 0 a S t To Carve Lb. [
Meate Large Eggs
W-D Brond U.S. Choice; Tender Juicy
Roth .
Canned Blackhawk 3-Lb. Can Del I m 0 n I (0 Lb $139 2 '

Betty Cracker Canned Q Oc W'D Brand u Biscuits.i 5 cons JV Chuck Steaks Lb. 59 Shoulder Steak u. 89 Doz.
Sup rbnnd '
2 Lb' U.S. Choice Bonalai Croii Rib. Shoulder American Kosher "Every Egg
.Cottage Cheese Cup Brisket Roast Lb. ft Franks .r Knocks .... 59 Giorontud" t

Turkeys ,.. \ ,. .V / FREE
ji .s EXTRA
Brand U.S.D.A.Grade"A" u 4 'Ilk,Hill....*.eeee..,*.Mi,....NltlMM"> Ii.: will/ tkli nips''In'lurchii... ifVretk
Dr.t Dr.Quick FroionTOMS C ... Mlet leen. Orn4, :t.;
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18-22-lb.1 2 Avg.u- g t..: m I r Wk. p1/ ,1,11WD N ,
Kedeem' Your Newspaper Coupon Here .... .. _______:_____?____, i
Liquid I Trend 28049c Your Choice Thrifty Mold Whole j J.rwt.e, Cream Style I'
_. .' "" Golden Corn 8 'It n:. $10 0
Herjhey Reg 49e\ C F F E
11.z.) 'U "
Kisses 39 i Crackln'GoodSaltines
I Bog N
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Baby I Food >A'' 1. I t

.;..' ... .: I..M. Chase & 11.1 lb., 49c I j
.,., ..., h -. Clopp's .. p Sanborn. Tn ., Crackin' GoodOetmoal.
: 8 79 s"e One"nn"+ am1' ae./ MaN. .
(; Strained FOR Yentll. Ginpti.f 2 12-01.10.. 4OLb.
Del Mania G: e nYf lire
$100 .. "
Sweet Peas 8 .4 Cans
!Vlenno (Limit 4 Cans with $5 Order or More.) Chicken O'Sea Tooth Paste TWo 39s
4-Oz. $10 $ Samxmlni tleclricHair
Sausage Cans Chunk Tuna 4 6Ve.Of. 1 r"
i Cans .Dryer ::89.;
Can Opener r h
r Deep South Real Fresh
Sup rbrond Rich' 4% Butterfat
f ,, Mayonnaise i ;:art39c MIIkKcal.57Cap' cag 51 1 09a
Your Choice
Steam I Iron .I
"White or BI i" Low Suds Fischer 12-Ox. No Deposit Btls.

J v .Arrow : Dart Beer Ale 12 1e :. $1 59 e FOSTORIA Hoof lo, tlM Control Chrom Dlol20Lb. *COM $499":T1./

l' Cabot Royal OaksCharcoal dw Uup.Ai-0.e h.' 1S $10
Chili I with Beans 4 Can s '
l l 3 .'GiOllt'; BAGLimit 89 Electric Toaster

3 of Either .
with $5 Order Thrifty Mud Blue lake Cut ... $ 00 Thrifty W 'W FOSTORIA $99
.. 7 '16. 1 '12.
Nt Of More 39
:. I Beef
j Green Beans eo. :. a Tkarmotlot Control' Hjl "Wfcilo' Tfcof"
'. e Soloct U5hto D.rk & Lsf*
) Frozen Food Specials Dewy Fresh Produce 1 If
Astor Big 12-Or. Can (Save 46 on 5 Cans) Fresh Florida Golden MSW'riW.lh
r I : 1 2.? $199 4ge
i Orange Juice 5 Cane : / Corn 10 EARS

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jgtatri tfv. -- 1 .. __'u llli 5: L U HI uSERvtcM sa.aorsr.us- -'. .'a REAL" J.L.: ESTATE. 1 FOR- SALE *0 REAL muw ESTATE FOR SALE 90.5

FOR RENT 95 HELP WANTED 43 SPECIAL NOTICES St OFFERED, Misc. 71 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90'-_-- -F- L----- .!I" >r ire".5i5 .

DIAL u e.iw-tL v-tmtBommmiitammHmmiV!***** :2:! bedrooms. I l''z
--- I ON Sewalls Point, Yes. On St. POOL Home,
RIVERFRONT home with pool CURB GIRL WANTED: Apply RENT Blue Lustre ElectriC Car JONES SEPTIC TANK SERVo HIGH dry lots on paved road with Lucie River, Yes. River to Road, baths, central heat screened
ATlantic 7-1550 and deep water. dock. Seasonalor : in person-A A W )Root Beer pet Shampoocr for only $1 perday. ICE! Scptie tanks vacuum clean access to Intracoastal Waterway, Yes. Lots of trees, Yes. Three bed patio. city water. many extras -
yearly Furnished or unfurnish- Drive In, U. S. No. I, South Hartmart-Leighton Furniture. ed and resealed. Alsd drain fieldsrepaired Rocky Point Estates. All lots 70 room house! Yes Two baths, Yes. reduced from $22,750 to S17.500(
To Place Your FAST SELLING- ed. Option( to buy, Boa, 2), Stuartor Stuart. 12-10 ((43)) 12-10 ((55)) and relaid. FAST SERVICE. by I 110 from $995 ur, terms of Furnished, Yes. Room for two terms. M. .Pi Nelson. Realtor.

LOW COST WANT AD call 2874)948. If ((35)) 1IjI U '-_.*l _____ -is Dial 287-2820 or 287-0266. $25 down, >25 a month. See Ralph more homes, Yes. Price S23. OO, 325 E. Ocean Blvd., AT 73566.
WANTED: Waitress full or part "USED CARS tf ((71)) )Hartman Jr., Realtor, I 110 East Yes. Twenty year terms, Yes. Don 12-10) ((90))
rWO bedroom furnished' time. Town House Re taurant. & TRUCKS 58MUST Stuart Florida.
apart- OtceoJa: Street, O'Kelly and Company 900 Colorado )
mep for rent In North River Route I. 12-10 ((43)) LL I: -__ .. J HAVE small Bulldozer, Tractor, Phone 287-4600. tf ((90)) Avenue. Phone 287-2500 or KRUEGER Park 1490000.
NEWS WANT ADS hores. $12)I monthly year around. : Sacrifice: 1965 Mustang. Mower and Disc. Will clear lots, 2873280. t2-l0(90)( ) nice bedrooms, 1 1'4' tile baths
Call 2i7-3547. tf ((35)) WAITRESS wanted. for day or Silver smoke V-8 stick. cut trees. Fence posts and pilingsfor CBS 3 bedrooms, 2 baths all living room wtlh dining area, large
RATE: Five cents per aver.g.word night shift Only experienced I 287-5246 after I grey. sale Lawton Wall, Phone AT bright, "brewy, cheerful rooms. FOR SALE BY OWNER; Small kitchen with built-in stove and
minimum charge per insertion WATERPRONTl:: New furnished need apply in person. Poor Bob'sCocktail p.m.l2-10 ((58)) 71401. If (71)) White:: terraMO floors, beautiful:: i furnished house! suitable 3 or oven and refrig., large screened

$1.00 (for up to twenty ALL efficiency apartments. Fishing Lounge a AlA Jensen i CHEVROLET 1963 BclaiVe 8- cypress paneling! on Nature wall in 4, close-in. Zoning permits additional porch and utility room. Lot 90 by
average words). Words in Pier.' Week, month season' SeaGate Beach. If ((43) Cylinder 4-door sedan with I I ALGOZZINI: Gifts, Crafts, Straw living room, awning windows, : rental 1 unit. $6,500.00:) Cash, 120. Terms. Taylor-Ashley Real :

CAPITAL LETTERS, except first Villas at Lighthouse Point. I healer, power steering and Bags, Hats, Cement Patio Shop, buIH-in\ 'stove arid 'oven. Access firm.! 287-6385 after 5:30.: tf ((90)) tors. Barbara and Jim Whitehead,
word: count ai two words each. WANTED Woman. willing to power Associates. 63() Colorado Ave.
P. 0. I5JI. tf ((35)) glide transmission.i In perfect con Pecan Candy, Fruit Shippers. to river and boat doek. 14950.
White space above or below or work in a home 4 to 1 p.m., dition.: 12,000 miles For sale by Hours: 9-5, Closed Sundays. Hwr.No : Terms. Roland 0. I-Uedcr, Real.j FURNISHED WATERFRONTHOME '12-10 ((90))

within ad will be charged! as the SMAtL modcrrt apartment $15 Monday through Saturday. startng private Phone AT .7-0057. I, Hobe Sound. -'] tor, 729 Colorado Ave.. dock your boat at your
owner.) NICE Stuart Home $999'.00.CBS .
cumber of words (five) that couldbe week; Clo<>e in. Inquire at The about Dec. 14. Prepare eve 12-10 (58)) tf ((71)) 12.10 ((90)) I front door CBS 2 bedrooms, 2 I bath kitchen .
printed in the blank line, ot Seven 'Cc" Grocery Start North nine meal. etc. Write, stating qualifications S baths, screened patio natural wood 2 bedroom ,

25 cents per line. U.S. 1 at.20th S'rtct If ((35)) Box Q, c/o Stuart Newt. 1956 Buick Station Wagon. Radio, WHEEL ALIGNMENT and TIRE CBS two bedroom, on* bath. Car- I burning; fireplace, 2 gas heaters, living room carport and, CBS
house with Taylor-
"Display Classified" ratal on 12-10 ((43)) heater, automatic transmis lon. BALANCING with Bear Equipment forte screened. patio. Air c n- elee. kitchen equipment Including ptility Ii
Realtors. Barbara and Jim
application. 111I Stuart. On bedroom duplex $200. Call 287-4904. 12-10 ((58)) by trained mechanics will .pay dhloned. O.E. Range) and Rerri'.1 dishwasher. Beautiful corner lot Ashley
bedroom kitchen dinette, Irv ,NEEDED AT ONCE: Full or part for itself in tire wear. We have the era tor. Everything with circular drive. Carport and White-bead. A sociatcs. 630 Colorado t.
These are cash rates, for ads ng and bath. Furnished. Call time man or woman tl) serve 1999 Oldsmobile, 88. Holiday qulpment and men. Your friendly $10,500. 219 Harrison' Avenue, utility room. $26.500.00. Terms. Ave: 12-10 ((90) .

brought or mailed to The Stuart 055. tf 187'1) Watkint customers in Stuart Good Hardtop. Power steering brakes, Dodge dealer UlMER MOTORS Cotal Gardens, Stuart Call 287. I Roland G. Lueder, Realtor 729 IS QUALITY IMPORTANT I ;

News with subscriber If are a ncome. No investment. Set your radio, heater, Deluxe interior, seat or Dial AT 7-3355. tf (71)) 6552. tf ((90)) Colorado Ave.. Stuart. 12-10 ((90)) YOU? A true Florida style luxury '
Stuart News mail or art fOR Rent: Rooms In private own hours. Write C. R. Ruble, bel.... Excellent I
listed in the Stuart telephone? directory home. Also garagd for rent. 619 Dept D-2. P. O. Boll No. 2447, dition.Many extras Owner. 2872058.con RAY COOKE'S SeptiiJ Tank Service OWNER offers riverfront home MERRY Christmas! Move into home in the most sought after I
Original l location in Stuart. It has 3 bed
you can place your ad by telo- East Fifth Street, Stuart' tf ((35)) Memphis. Tenn. 12.10 ((43)) J 12-10 ((58) Cleaning and repairing. Also .in Stuart City) Llmi!'. Walking this beautiful like-new 2 Br. 2 tile baths, open-beam ( ;
phone. Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and drain fields repaired and re-lafd. distance-o. shopping center. Twobedrooms home Christmas Corner lot rooms
lay "I want to place a want-ad.. LARGE CBS efficiency for rent. CONFECTIONERY concern established SACRIFICE! 1958 Cadillac Coupd Dial AT7.o651.AT 7-9862. tf(71)( 2 baths large enclosed In Bahama by Terrace reduced to living room with built-in desk and t
Utilities and linens included. book shelves! dining area modern .
over 40 is de- porch. Seawall and dock. Pricedto
tie Ville. Full power Very TERRAZZO Tile and Marble sell. Only I $I2,8X( ) pay only I kitchen with built-in and
Seasonal. Call 287-4885. tf oven
(35) llrotis of employing a roule salesman sell Box 1365, Stuart, or 2871685.
clean. down. Call M. P, Nelson
Telephone 28.7-0075. $500.00
W H. Co. AT 74880or refrigerator with large
Wagner range, deep
between 20 and 45 of
Give your mall I I address as AVAILABLE NOW AttractiveCBS Neat well educated man years must 12-10 ((58)) AT 71696. tf ((71)) 325 E. Ocean Blvd.. AT 7. freeze )load* of closets and cabinets -

well as your telephone number efficiency cottage jit Rio. age. to live in the vicinity POUR bedroom wattrtront home. 3566. 12-10 ((90)) custom made drapes throughout -
In want-ad. The Stuart Modern clean In apply. Necessary 61( Oldsmcbile 4-door with automatic STORAGE Household goods, automobiles
your all-electric quiet of Stuart. Possible sub-dls- Will trade for vadaal land. Write utility room with work bench,
News baa hundreds of neighborhood five minutes' from transmission power steering boats, anything. Sections Box 23. Stuart. !h. II (90)) THE price is right on this waterfront n patio, landscaped
out-of-state subscribers who. Stuart or Jensen Beach and close) ributorshlp opportunities for proper power brakes. Perfect condition. low as $3.00. Large, new, home 2 bedrooms, 4 j f2.5r ft. lot lavished\ in citrus

are your best possible prospects to docking facilities. Phone 287583 mart. Guaranteed salary Holder and $1,395. Call 2871823. clean buildings. Golden Gate Storage STUART Harbor Estates Lot No.5, bath, new CBS. Nice view of la. and palm trees. Priced at $19, OO,
commission. Contact Mr.
salea and 12-10 ((58)) AlA three miles South of Highway No. 7< 100x125. Waterfront goon. Only $13,500. M. P. Nelson
for real estate after 5 p.m., or write B. I. terms at 51i I! % interest. C. E. Slo- ,
844-4554 Riviera Beach.
rentals, boats help wanted, Abbott, Star Route, Jensen Beach. Phone( Stuart. 287-1202, tf (71) $ ,'OO. Lou Bockert Realtor, 325 E. Ocean Blvd., cum Realtor, 505 Colorado Ave. '
4940 )'4E. 27 Terr.. Pompano AT 7-3566. 12.10 ((90))
and j
gardening serv tf (35)) a -- L BOATS SERVICES 63 WISCONSIN, Briggs Stratton 12-10 ((90))
.: Beach. Fla. 399-0204. If (90)) -
ices. COTTAGES rent. Clean and PERSON wanted) to serve consumers .Ia I_____ ::saim:!1>..4 Clinton arid Lauson AIR INCOME 5 rooms down. 3 rooms CHOICE waterfront lot in North
comfortable. $100. 2870902. in St. Lucle County or Palm OUTBOARD MOTORS REPAIRED COOLED ENGINES in stock and NEW two bedroom home on land. both rented for the season.! River Shores. Private owner will

CLASSIFICATION S If ((35)) Beach County with RawUigh Product We have parts for all parts and men who know how to sOaped lot.. hid! bath large living Uf'price .U600.00. Taylor-Ash sacrifice for cash. Call 2870863.tf I
REGULAR !. No capital investment re them. ULMER MOTORS room. $10,100. Hawthorne
repair Icy, Realtors, Barbara Jim
Numbers over 100 refer: to display FURNISHED 3 bedroom house. quired. Write Rswltigh, FA J 581 and popular condenser.makes.Ulmer Can test Motors your.Dial coil 1 "or" Dial AT 73355. Your Friendly Avenue Golden Gate 287-4678. Whitehead Associates, 63d; Colorado : ((90))
( Central heat and air I II, Memphis. Tenn. 12* 10 ((43)) Dealer. tf 12-24 (90)) OPEN Waterfront model t:
classified ads, which. appear Carport. AT 73355. Your Friendly Dodge Dodge (71)) Ave. __ I 12-10 ((90)) )HOUSE -
the. end of the. smaller ad*, in conditioning. Rent for season on- 1 Dealer tf _,__ S ,. home. 2 B.R.. 2 bath, unusual i
after (63) ,
ly. 345 Whit Pine Lane. Legion MAN wanted tot dry cleaning and ) CBS 2 bedroom 1 IVi\ bath home COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. Excellent1 kitchen and informal area fully
numerical order. B. aura to look Heights, Jensm. Call 287.3606., l laundry route. Salary and com I PETS A LIVESTOCK 73 WITH SWIMMING POOL. business location with equipped and air conditioned. No.
In both places.) 12-10 ((35)) mission. Reply to Paramount Clean- *hull.- 1111II b..lJtI.d! J This home has many extras and 200' road frontage and over 250' River Shores, follow Preby. Church

FOR RENT 35-133 -a r era and Laundry, I 160 Flagler, take 24'.ijipstrake Inboard hardtop outboard Will. WANTED TO BUY: RABBITS. the large rooms are bright and in depth.! CBS 3 bedroom 2 bath I signs to II to. ,Thomas Sylvester
'LEASANT apartment. Living Phone 287-2929. 12-10143)( : or power.If cheery Terrazto floors awning home with krea.
upper ) large living-dining 287-5487..
Bldg. Contractor. ((90)
,. FOR RENT OR SALE 39--138 kitchen, bedroom, bath and -4-I I you can install motor in your Any size, any kind any number. windows, clectrid! water. heater, 2 Fine I location for professional I

WANTED TRENT 40-.-140 Florida room. Seasonally or years MEN and women wanted to work span time. you should see this 287-3300.: ( tf ((73)A ton air conditioner with reverse building or club house. Large parking 100x200 High Dry Lot two block tj

HELP WANTED: 43-143 ly Clone In. Water privileges Reasonahle. .,on flower farm. Tyson'a Flow- boat Ideal for inside or off-shore BLUEPOINT OR A SEAL- cycle, double garage too. Built-lh area. $15,500.00.I ( Roland G.Luader from Presbyterian Church. 300 1' :'

Employment Wanted 48-14$ Call 2870837. tf (US) en, Monterey Road, Stuart. fishing. Call West Palm Beach, TE ,POINT KITTEN will delight stove and oven. ONLY 13300. Realtor, 729 Colorado Yacht Basin frontage.. Good river
50 150 12.24 ((43)) 2-5204 or 655-1783. If ((63)) your family C.P.A. registration.Will With terms. Roland G. Lueder, Ave., Stuart. 12-10 ((90)) view $6,500. Call 287.2019 or
BlulncM Opportunities THREE bedroom cottage. Swim. Realtor, 729 Colorado Ave.. Stu. write 921 1 E. Ocean Blvd..
tOR Complete; ; line of hold. until Christmas. Call Maxey, ,
LOST & FOUND 53-153 ming i pool. Week, month, or sea.son. SECRETARIAL Opening Stuart : 7467637. 12-10 art. 12-10 ((91)) UNUSUAL lot near inlet 30' elevation Stuart. 12-10 ((90)( ) .
SCHOOLS 54-164SPECIAL 287-4133. tf ((35)toit ) office has opening for secretary, Marine Supplies, .Maririe Paints, ((73)PLA.'jTS ) large trees, Il2'xl25'I I .
55-155 Must be goodvon telephone (no Marine Hardware---everything for p__10- FOR Sale: 3801 commercial water Can see river boat dockage near. DONT miss "The Virginian" 3- .!
NOTICES I RenO/Two office buildings selling or 'solicitation), able to type your boat. Whftteai: Boat Works,. A SERVICES 75 front property with a 28 by 40- $3560:00': terms. M. P. Nelson1,' ""'bcdroorh; 2-bath Colonial styling !
USED CARS 58-1S* choice sites in Jensen Be cb. neatly and do' some filing. Starling Port SewalL tf ((63)) _.., foot building (toilet shower and Realtor 325 E. Ocean Blvd.. AT -.ecnarll: l air conditioning and .
NEW CARS ,66-160 Inquire at t Seymour's, 1 Inn. tf ((35)) with ---'I office the St. LucleRiver. heat walk-in closets
salary $28X( per year a iI FISHERMAN Late space) BOnl: 7-3366. 12-10 ((90)) pantry -
BOATS & SERVICES 63-163 raise after 3 months. Shorthandnot VISIT Enders Nursery -White) .. P.. O.. Stuart.tf family room enclosed garage -
: TWO bedroom house. Unfurnished -- -- -
Model : dual
Fly. Bridge control
City. For the unusual Christmas BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom $12- .
((90)) extras galore best t neighborhood
provided can
TRAILERS SERVICES 68-16* or partly furnished. See or necessary you (twin I85's loaded with
gift-Blooming Poinsettias, roses, 000.00, CBS, large living room
luke some dictation In longhand. all this and only 15500.00( ( ) -
Serviced Offered, Mlsck 71-171 call John, Oteen.S Phone 2872092. Hours 8-12 1-5. no Saturdays. Reply extras original cost $15,000 azaleas, Tropical fruit flowering THREE bedroom home. North and dining room, built-in stove and terms out East Ocean to caution
PETS "LlVJsroCK3113: tf ((35)) by letter giving experience. offered at about half price can trtis. Large variety of palms. River Shores. Pool. Large lot, well oven, auto defrost refrig., eke. light. Turn North. Open( house 16.
finance. 287-3622. tf ((63)) 12-24 ((75)) landscaped. Quick possession.! Call central heat utility and tool room.
PLANTS &: SERVICES 75-175 FOR Rent: Seasonal. five room Plead* list your telephone number Jordan Realty 287-4837.
For Sale, lUAulhln'ou.178 furnished home with nice yat.). Write to Box A, c/o Stuart AUTHORIZED Johnson' Dealer. PLANTS Sprinkler. system i 287-4843 or 27-3279. tf ((90)) Taylor-Ashley, Realtors. Barbara 12-10 (90) ,

Wanteu. To Buy (!Mine.) 81 481 Call 5465100. 12-31 t (35)) News 12.10 ((43)) Complete. Sales, Service, Parts. landscaping, sod. Fastest growing FOR Sale Furnished duplex and 630 Colorado Jim Whitehead Ace Associates.12-10 ((90)) NICE corner lot 65' by 130'. $1--: '

MOVING STORAGE $4-184 ROCKY Point: One bedroom duplex. WANTED: Resronsibl middle- Good'selection of dependable Used nursery in Martin COunty. pelican Jensen. One side tented permanently 000.)( Don O'Kelly and Company, .
shift. ALSO Motor1 Cxpert Factory-Trained i Nursery Loop Road (S-76A, other for season. Good sssmtse 900 Colorado; Avenue. Call 287- ;
Real Estate For Sal.. 90-190 Kitchen, dinette ..living, aged man for night :
196 hatM. Furnished. Electric heal Responsible man with plumbing Mechanic CAM RIO BOAT &: Palm City. AT 7-1918. tf ( 75)) Income Reasonable prlie. Phone FOR RENT 135 2500 or 287-3280.( 12-10 ((90))
Real Estate Wanted V6- MOTOR BALES Ine. 440 Rt. 707
Dock : Call, 287-1041( or work In _.. Stuart 287-2194 after 8:00:
space. ability for day Apply per- .a.-4 JUt'rSt. .. .
in -
Rio. AT 70944. tf 163W ) left.
I lots
write Chas.
100 Penna-Ohio
.. ] Salerno.ForEeasononlyi ) 'or Prjer 1340 resort
.t. write P. O. Box I 177, Port Ions (inker Flower Farm Locks FOR SALE Miscellaneous 78
., Franklin. Pa tf ((90) Private lake. All Will
FOR RENT 3S! Not pcts.12.$7(33)1 1 ( ;) Road. 12.17 ((43)) : Egg Harbor, fully equipped S 5IbEAL ) trade for Florida Property.or part. 287.

1 1 .,QIIWI! PLUSH professional'(ficea and ..... for fishing and cruising. Can RETIREMENT" HOME: 4578. 12.17 ((91)))
be seen at Langford Terrace, Jen. Two bedroom furnished on private -
STORES and offices downtownor store pace. available in Choice MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
sen Beach or call 2873343. Jeoscn Beach. Charm.
East Ocean Blvd. Any size snot in heart of Stuart first and W1Lwuu r uA1I/JI/ FOREST PRODUCTS
((63)) Lowest Prices 1 la Florida ingly different with new carpeting
Arthur DehonBuilding.
Write A. P. Krueger, 1170 E. second floors. VALUE IIALF Bill ION
FIFTEEN small office bookkeeping
cyclelir: conditioning enclosed
years reverse
Ocean. Blvd. Phone 281- 420. Can be made as plush! 16' Boat Marine motor, $250. Can Figures recently
Builder I I for sun
experience ( ) DRUMS PIANOS : patio bathing newly : ed\hX
want them. VERY reasonable be GUITARS -
tf ((35)) as you Have letter of recommendation.Part seen at Mortensen's! Park decorated. MuII within 60 the Florida Forest Service
rental rates. For. keys SeeM Drive. Port Salerno. 12-10 GROANS
((63)TRAILERS ) 1963 Florida forest products
time full time. Cost 12.000 Will
or Permanent days over
TWO bedroom C.B.S. Home. All Alic Dchort. 224 Seminole EASY TERMS
Sl amounted to more than $534-
resident. AT 7-0570, tf ((48)BUSINESS ) ---S take $(,SOOr) '$5.dn-n. Less
electric equipped. Furnished.No Street(, Stuart, or' Phone. 28 75 107 000,000 during 1963.
children and No ptt*. Call 12.31 ((3.5)) II_-. __.. _._-._..._."".-. _.._-I-. _- --- SERVICES 68 MORITZ PIANO CO. for all cash. Phone 217-6093 or
287-3733. 653 Bryant AvenueStuart : OPPORTUNITIES 80AVAILABLE mr Ill No. Sib StrtetFt write Box 1827 Stuart tf ((90)) I irn' -...eesewwlecm.

tf ((35)) FOUR acres and new office building Trailer Pierce, Fla. Pb. 461-4747 FOR Sale Commercial lot. S31Osceola I ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS SERVICES OFFERED Mhc. 171
ARGUS ((50x10)) completewith |
.. on U. S. No. )I. 2 mile South IU '11 1411. !II! I I J AIlIb, ..w:.
and II (78)) Street Sit' rooms, tin ........ .. .
awnings patio furniture .
FURNISHED waterfront three of Stuart. Will lease all or |wt on for long term .lease ""s'- ... r.yv' .s. .
etc. Call Samuel Sheldon, j furnished frame house, fair condition.
Utilities room included.cottage. $125 Dock per privileges,month percentage I tenant.basis 2874578., or build 12-17(15)for( reliable ) Ioe'er:; on: U.Citrus S. I, one packing mile south plant Holiday Trailer Park. Stuart, Fla. TRUSSES, elastic stockings, Any Stuart realtor. tf ((90)) m BABT ors&ai BOCI.SCTAMOSTXTART. :
1st house north of Civic; Center J JI of farmers Market. B. S. A. R.Ktrr. 279862. 2-18 ((68)) knee pads, anklets, etc. tf Stuart TWO bedroom, I IV) bath like "new I ArAwnSEMTia LAW'SMOVDIG !
Drug Corp. ((78))
Port Salerno. Phone 287-3252..' FOR RENT OR SALE 38 Call hOward 1-808(1.( eveningi. TRAILER for sale. Immediate I CBS house on 2 atres high land. Mooma MATHaavm.RBo4no
'tf ((35)) 12-10 ((50)) poMtstiort. Ready to move COW Manure 1 Hi yards, $12.I Citrus )trees.. Owner transferred.Call coinr
furnished. -A. L JII. -4'' on. For Information write Box P. 2 yards, $15. Full 8-yard load, 28f-308| evenings. 12-10(90)( ) UAIOffABLK MATCaVT & STORAGE ,
TWO bedroom apartment BEDROOM HOUSR STLUCB WANTED to Buy: Auto dealerShip $42. Also' Trash tOCBOB
TWO C/o Stuart News 12-24 ((68)) hauled. $9 )load.
New and modern On the rlv LOCKS. CALL 287. In or near Martin County. Call 2871700. tf (78)) THREE bedroom ome. Jensen 's"'str. ---... or y..... 500 S. FLACLER STUART I
er two blocks north of Courthouse Fred.) or Jim tiarvin 939 Bragg c- Beach-Skyline Drive 90'
3649. tf (18) ONE Vagabond trailer sale 1 area W. T. FACET Mgr.OUI Local: and hat distance nrovhf. -
55 B. Seminole St.. 287.1197. Blvd.. Fsyetteville. N. C. Tele. 46' by 10', with 9x20:! cabana, I FOR Sale: Two electric golf carts by 150 lot Will trade $4.600 equity -
tf (35) bedrooms phone 485.65tXLi2. for land tort No cash AT ,.*),.. tf (*555 Packing crating and shipping.
APARTMENT for Renti Two ((50J) and utility house. 62 Linda Lee used .oni'.I short time Very reasonable. etc. .
newly decorated and new Drive Holiday Trailer Park. : Yew Beach 562- needed. Take over payments. Call
FOR nished Rent house.: Two Conveniently 10tIded furniture. Fully furnished, conveit FOR you Independence to' look into this it will business pay 12-10 ((68)) 2690. 12-10 (78)) 2874)914.) tf ((90) EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS WAREHOUSE STORAGE

at 813 East Sin Slreot. Avail. lent From to shopping 31st stores January.and water Also' for sate. Terms. 464-458. ABC 8x35 trailer for rent In Sunshine I )17-FOOT travel trailer nice con PORT SEWALL AREA INCOME Pa. 2874)871tf) \

able Dec. 10. Contact Art Ruhnkc Duplex now for to sale, Inquire Box' 67, 12-17 ((30)) Mobil Manor 3 miles south dition. $493. Reese! midget axle PROPERTY. CBS MJg, cult (ill)

287-0676. 12.10 ((35) Port Salerno, or phone 287-0412, ... 1 of Stuart. Reasonable. tf ((68)) : hitch mighty like new. $50. Set of 3 2-bedroom apartment**-2 completely j
I ,
THREE room furnished apartment. Stuart tf ((38) LOST A FOUND ij FOR SALEt One mobile bomettS extension typewriter, mirrors$25. $17, *$7 Q.E Portable Port* oven and furnished refrigerator.and I with 100 stove road ON .tt>.... n 1/1

Adults. 501$ West 5th' Street FURNISHED HOME for rent. t____ furnace $l00; I i Me TV with stand M years old frontage with a depth of 115'+. FOR SALE., Mlsnllaa111

Two blocks off Colorado Avenue tf ((35) Lease to purchase (JUST: Surf rod with Airex spin. sink and faucets. $35| 1 white double -i $tiO. Polaroid Camera, $25. Two This well located Investment properly THE ST. LUCIE v- J. l.i

2870439. Season or'ithiFtion( lcs'.., Owner sing reel. on bridge to Hutch. unit S25: | 1 white eye level I 2Mb. gas bottles S I 12. Four miles is priced at $18,950.00. Terms. I 11
ONE bedroom efficiency-i ; apartment would! take down p.ymentand Inson Island. Dec. 3. Reward. Call oven gas: stove and! burner, SIlO; south on U .S. I to Poodle Pagoda, Roland O. Lutfder, *ealtor. 729 0... aad twa-cooaa efflctacha.SpacloM \

now renting for month or carry mortgage on balance, I If 287-3516. 12.10 (UJ) 2 abite, lavatories with faucets, : turn right on Carroll Street Id Colorado Ave., Stuart. 11-10' ((50))JI skaded growdaParkbt WFVK; COT THE .
Unen wish Locate 1 1I $20 each: I electric water heater, first house trailer on left : ,
All electric kitchen. parties to buy
t season.! J 20 ACRES with three bedroom Lai. B rt DockS I'
18. $30..All these Rims
On boat basin near on Beautiful Saint i Lode l River gallons. 12-10 ((78) I .:7
and utilities. SCHOOLS 14 art newi I. some iHghtry! ) damaged. house Cleared and fenced. Sb.fmb.4, TV sad L...g.
with boat
287-4306. IMP ((35) I 150-foot water frontage I
town. Phone $11.500 1 cash. Don O'Kelly\ and
the kerns LADIES' Scandclll AccoNlorLUled
The prices on art very
and .... i
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round. House I low. Call 287-4465, or contact very lilt. )*. Cost over $400. Company. 900 Colorado Avenue. CASA RIO
by parties year EAST COAST COLLEGE Harf. Mobile Homes Sale. .. 800 Will sell for $175.I Call 27-2500 : Call 287-2500 or 287-3280. CLSCLNTSTUART
has three twin beds) 624 ST. IUCTE
bedrooms (
TRAINS YOU QUI'KfRONLY 5, Federal Highway, Stuart. Flortda. or 287-3280. 12-10 (78)) 12-10 (90)) MAT A MOTOR SALES ...
Very beautiful Urge'diningroom _ FLORIDA
)12-10 Ml v'sa..seeai a .
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with I I solid cherry dining TODAY 150 Commertiat Frontage on Jet* T.trpMMt UM.U tr mat

room suite. Large spacious living Fast Coast College '0' by 10' mobile. home I;good; REAL ESTATE FOR SALE sen Cut-off Road. 2OO deep. F. E. WOOD, Ma.agrrw .....
DOTHEJCi! room with fireplace. Modern kitch- Fort Pierce FfcrKU condition Aluminum patio acts I- -1 U-' tn. This house Is suitable for twocouples Telephone 46I-S5M ningi. Air conditioned.: Locatedat afurf 6 p.m. I 12-17 ((90) I REAL Ul'A1I1'OR SALE 190
(adults only). Season ratesIhru FOR Sate a Beautiful lots MI pi"ed .-
tf ((54) Anchorage Marina, Rio, Call .. 1 '
April SI.8( Year round street In Sea View Tcrrac* I
: 287-3251 I before 6OO: p.m., 287.
roles $2,400. phone for appointment 'f 506J ,veNn,.. 12-10 ((68)J21 ) directly behind All Stints Episcopal EXPECTING COMPANY?
to Mr. Under SPECIAL NOTICU II Church. Jensen" Beach, only
tee anytime $$10.00 DOWN
Wood 287-2889 or 287-6168.. .1 P .J house triiier M 'landscaped lot $600 free title policy included. WONDER HERB YOU'RE GOING TO BCD TI1IM DOWN

have levers! other furnished homes -ALCOHOLICS- ANONYMOUSmeets in Monterey subdivision.' I Ilt20) S.. Ralph Hanmaa Jr. Realtor Chi H tad .... fTjBjg3!! RramMMe ratte ... BB atasmyamthat leisure. ka !' vrars M t%!
that are for sale and owned by aluminum roofed psflo.. All I 100 East Osceola Strtet SmartFlorida. wB aafysMS .. M ,.. .*. a.
me. tf (38) 1 at at the 8:30:Community p.m. every Church.Jensen Wednesday tor 13,000. Small down 12-10 payment ) Phone 217-4tOO.) tf (90) CALL MARl KIRK, MANAGER {r: :ir, $3,000 l
:: 287-4897. ((68))
FURNISHED or unfurnished 1i.1 I Beach. For information.Phone FOR Sale by Owner 4 100 ft wa- New A...... far Year Sleeping Cerfoct l-lsAcnTnacttC nAnu.ItFrsl1y.cuuuu
tractive conveniently $located 1[ AT 7OJJ2. tI (55)) 42' by 10 Vagabond. Excellent Urfronl lots. High and dry. flitpra Cyd-fttMBt VaiN hi OBT ....
home. 813 East' 5th) SJreeV Cww i condition. Reasonable. Sunshine Sacrifice M $29 a foot. AT 7.
Wet' owner. Arthur Kuhoac. 612! FOR individual tare and attention MoNto Manor, U. .. I three miles 2595. If ((90) Southwind Motel MAPS BY REQUEST
ATlantic 7.1550 Colorado Avenue. tf O*) bring your child s* Mrs.Sthsng's south of Stuart. Telephone 287. t'
school. HOUSE for sale. G. C. Wh.snantI4
Pial nursery Air conditioned 222*. 12-lt (U) two bedrooms.
and ask for the A Stuart News Classified Ad and healed. Fenced play Waiting distance from shop- Ul. NO, I WART TTLEWpNli 11.em. S. 4tfc femt, Ft PbvceEvery.Wantad
will sell that extra rtoker tedwaihjng area. C ntrs11y totaled. Phone A short cut 54 quick sales la pIng. center. Call 287-0246 a, wC"1a 't0 ii Hi
Want Ad Token ttachiM ., .1n 217-0771, tf (SI) bue/t New QMs/fedy/ Ada, 17JJ4t.'; l 0) --i:: : -----s. _____.: --r--rm

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l11a cnokec, 'Ir Ha1t'1 Herlttge ST. JOSF.I'JI CI'IID THE STl ART (FlorMa) NFVH Thnrd.,'. tVci-mhrr 10. 1M4 7-B
Women's Association ''MIl..h. sit eharye p- r
The St. JNJ'h Guild ..IoU'Con- ,
A card lun4hewt a n IS .MIMMM.7..e. "N.'arY
part (] .w.n..W.Aex
fraternity 0 f trina.n! M.ilChenI
Plans Two Social MeetsThe I I fashion. show hu been }fanned met on Monday' evemsg, .beBlrr. FT1TtIT } '...... h', __ :", '. .
Big I Sac J.... I II.I .1 SIuIriIe LoA. Meer nint. ,.. In the dIurc"-" ..... ".
frets are asked 10 .make reaer_. Mrs. Edward Kinwlli. president.Ilona f f
Jensen Beach Wcawen A. The date of the monthly bake HrIy aaldhact.d a "buuwss"' mMtIl"I Y" ,*.lJ ) '1
vnciation met on Monday Dec I title hat been moved up to Satw The ou 1landmi metal .ff.1r &f hither Jan Januueai spot. on I \ -- ,,
T. with Mrs. Marie Miller preaidmg day Dec 19. at the Jensen Beach the season has been planned for the Liturgy of the MilIA Final JI ,01\ !
; Bank The sate will feature Chrhrt Feh. :2I I ansd will taM pube III 1M pi... were made for the C1triIItmM : (
-- estate of "nees aed Ralph Ew .bar which" will he held lit lhe \ ..
MawseN..Ya. as _. ........ J 1111 .. .' st.saauwatrn' inrude. Pleas. tor the Polyaniag gbah and sehsol grwuds on t
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 Festival art incornplate Nit wit ..... Tenth Street 00 Salw'y. .
.... include a IItUr of the grounds and Dee. I 12: from 10 a.nto 10 p.mI ::1 r '\
art'' tM6. M+fi ''''I wRNMkE'\!' I'''' wra.wlRl! ''refr shment In case! of inclem.nl "
weather .n alternate date. Feb' By. simple process of diff\l. ".t.\ 28, hat been set. ston through a newly devckslwd f> ::
Waterfront Homes Acreage Mrs. Ethel Nadine a" d Mrs membrane fresh water call I\e 111. ,
Dorothy Mercer ware winners of tered from salt water and t h 1

the door prizes j brine washed away.a ) t4 jt
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900 Colorado Ave. (acme front 1st National Rank)
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,\ $5,000. MINIMUM JUNIOR GIRL; SCOITI IROOP 80 at Port Salerno meivmn Kahn junior vice president' VFW Aiu" ,o I Men Mirnrine, !
200 FT. ON BROAD ST LUCIE an American: flap from member of VPW Aiixilnirv Pott 4144. cun"uctreYFW' Auxiliary! 1 IX a>ihy Hit,, nU Us*,'prune Shelton, ..

l 1 UP TO $100,000 CASH Adult !nh,<*n with the comt' are Vicky Prosk lender; Mirgitxt Cilrl Scout leaders

AVAILABLE NOWNow With Seawall Auxiliary Gave Flag to Girl Scout Troop ,1; '

Property has depth of 484 ft. 1
on any kind of Real Estate. Vacant or Improved!
Do a morrgaxeT Consul with u* and learn how easy Within City Limits of Stuart The Lade' Auxiliary to t the 'presented! a flag la. the Port SaIcrna Irrno will he held hy the Auxllinryniday precede I ho. pony whore there will
you own Vetcrani of Foreign War met Curl, Scout Tr H>p I Iruliy. Dec III There will he pr .he a gilt exchange! 1 hose attend ,
when need It.
it la to rake cash! you Wednesday (Dec 2, it the (peel Dec. 4Mr rnt, game and pi act. :int art asked Ui bring 'their own
home *. Margaret Kahn hospital the oruunliraiion: U also ptiin- tame aervkeMrv .
No Appraisal Fee Nice Rambling Frame Home and Cottage Mr. Amelia Wllhrrt wa initiated chairman, exnihited twenty finKhed ning I thrlMmui. bivkct' for' a Rerun Hurrot and Mn. .J
into mcmhtr hip. ditly hug and their commit, needy family Midge"" 'l 1 racy were hostesses for
Beautiful Lawns Trees and Shrubs The I Auxiliary, dedicated_and and twenty pair of muff for the The Auxiliary and the roM( Mill the nicelinf frchmcrilt went
ae;, .' veteran hospital' in Coral (mWet hold a joint ( hrl lmn party on crveJ
err ealoananMrM A Christmas party for the adulti Wldnes.lay, [lce I Irt at the post 1 he next regular meeting laDCS 's,
M. P. Nelson Realtor REAI KSTAIr: IXKSUF 190 of the Pkxwer School: in Port Sa. home A covered dish supper will!I Ift I
Se Your Broker or Phone O".ftAT 7'r::::: I -- --- --- .

LICENSED AND BONDED MORTGAGE BROKER '. a .. n.a lswnea 'oYata dos.. Yee. JI _,4

325 E. Ocean Boulevard .. AT 7-3566 7-2607 AT 7-3232 I It' I PORT SALERNO NEWS Holiday Trailer .

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( MRS MIRY BHtWN, Correspondent AI 7.2996 r'

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OUR BEST BUY i i ANew Cadette I Demo 's ,ClubChanges lUll ..-"h .. tI ,
NOW ON DISPLAY I Mr. and Mr. Aihicl Ace of
/tp\ Nelson.
OVER 1,000' CREEK FRONTAGEon Hy Girl Scout Troop I II Name Sash Bend i IIK)1.. haw trflved'
I Mid: PnblMierURIIH .
the South Fork of the to spend" the Heastm" In the park

St' Lucie River 1965 "! REAL At Murray High Th. MArlin County r It".lun11lfllcmAkcr. Mr( *ndlr*. William' Sifitif, .q
'" ; .., .MJ\'I; lea. .IRLDD' :'\" I I Council or I'oit $a" of Lit Point' ., S i. D I arrived' hilt .
4V a Acres 12' 10' & 8' Wide ((7lh fear of r..hu..lklll) lernu fortmrly known as Port week asp" eviol) the winter teaionatHolidiiy :
ONLY $5,500 ONLY I Ihe 1 new Cmlctie aid Scot Salerno I \ Home Irmo suasion .. Parkvln: rout. they ttop-
: Your Free Map i Troop of Murray High School Club, met Thursday HI tho clvu pad al I u truest. N Moo hi Mitt
__ _________ OUR BEST BUY MOBILE HOMESI I held I III Investiture' Candlelight center Ihoir daughter5,'2luuheth.: who hue
Ceremony I last. Wednesday< rwHHiily instituted a mine' *' trainIng .
\\ E: CITE; : OUr IRIr: City
Mr. Martha Gain of s
I Largest Selection of Quality Mobile lltmie In IT* Stale and County to thooe who 2 at (the Parent Femher A' INO'I| ; Warren .hool; in. thit city of which

----HOMES of Florida at Prken Wt Dar. You In Compare" request lhnv-map.. also maintain, Sthuol lion: steeling. I floe PTA at Murray I Ie jxmwnng II 1 and Cleaner denumiilrated; poke on dry with II: certain:Z .; she I it the superintendent

THIS KFICHEN IS THE SIIOWPLACE of the how : Clipboard Dealers For current map" of every Important. thin lriHt|>. type of material Guests! included Mr. and Mr. L A. Ir/ier of'
Galore Washer, Dryer, Stove Refrigerator and all county in Florida fur your Information the scouts. opened the ; Mr. Mary MUiinnii, Mr /elluNewlin ; Slgnurncy, Iowa, art her for the
followed and Mr*. Agnes 7enki winter. They ./ formerRandall
the Extras Two Bedroom Two Bath IMP Living FORTUNEVIIITLHY : with a ring ceremony: r.utthatoNIf
husteaamut. for the .
Room Dining Room 120-11. Lot to the City CUy Water 'hy lighting the candle and l wy were day mobile horn
VINDALE VILLAGER contain' over IMX( maps showy
and Well for Irrigation A pleasure to bow this flue borne ing aerial view, present roadi, ing their Seoul: Promise and law The Christmas party for the W HaroU,, Meyer eI f Tom River
for $22,000 Owner will finance It too J I DELMAR JEFRI elevation. river i swamps" cities, :I Their leader pinned tho glrh rip'will noon he at held t the hunday agricultural Dec' N. J.? has arrived l>> spend
wdumied: them into the stoop and| Me
th* winter 'In holiday Park
CONCORD town, etc Also
RIVERFRONT BEAUTY WITH 90-FF. SEA WALLED: LOT MONTEREY inning ma" : l led i them in Mnging, several lII.'tuIIlIllfljpo building' on AIA with members of recently returned from a two-week
nhowlng' all turnlivWoni' .
Completely furnished Two Bedroom Two Bath MIRIMAR CHAMPION map showing/ future road in lh ceremony WM ended the, Palm City Homemakers grin.ed'erring trip that covered the New Ing-
Outdoor PatioFireplace with. Un| a* hostesses.' this will lurid ... Canada and
Center Uvfaig Room with PIcture Window Manm County It. ie eastern
I leader of the troop art. Mr*. ha covered dish" luncheon
Central Cat Heal TM I.I a MUST to nee A I SO FOR YOUR I INHRM4" Ora Dell Turner lihrarlan. and Nova ScoriaMrs.

Total only $26,000 Subject to offer. 1I0lIECRESTVOr.VERINE I ION and to help you, we maintain I, Miss Gloria' Taylor, foreign' !*tvgunge CIVIC ANOUIF..VJ'I: Chariot I indeman arrived
Fine. Nk Florida WESTWOOD CAPILA and collect t valuable data I, Iniiructor. laM week, from long Hand Heron
CORAL GARDENS Fweprtonany on population change; real evlato Airs ('hark, Umit, troop or- The |lloneslute Point Pioneer, Jack (knirlay strove" her her.
Room Screened Porch Two Bedroom Ready to moveIn Shop to compare quality and price but financing, teats. Martin ganl/ and con.ultant Of Girl ('Iub held I dessert card party al and returned. home by pane.Mrs. .
a Low $12,000 Financing acreaged. County Ux roll leate. mortgage SumU in "Port Salerno participated the ilutihouw 1 Dec. 2Mrt .
be/ore/ you buy see us we're volume *, real estate law, Apprait- in the ceremony M W Hale was htnteo Carl! Gumlrum has returned .
SEE dealers prices can't be beat. ale, land uw Mudic' lint location Who following CaJctlM wen. for the event She served refreshment from Maryland where, ht" attended
our "
for Industrial" commercial, pinned: trneMin' I 1'pps." I IJetore la Mr. John (knit: Mr*. the funeral of her daughter
NORTH RIVER SHORES VIaU mir all new Mobil (How* Fvewiiur. Store when you cam thopping center, motel, etc lf>|H, Carolyn Coleman KiteFhiurmiv T W Conk Mr*. Pdwin (J,.",. .
NORTH RIVER FOREST pith DM fwnkure to match the mobile home you buy. In our office you can read cur Incite Hammond LI- frey Mr.. William/ Rue: Mrt tiII i. Potluck dinner al th* rtcre
rent newspapers Including Wall nora llmlixi. OcltKit Jtihnwin riannigm, Mr I. II Whit. elhon. hall itch Ituirtday evening
RIVER RIDGE I w. aka handle a complete .line. of mobile tom. purl acreorie *- Street Journal and ten current' Cheryl lew. Berry klorrit' Naomi hell, Mr. Cietirge I Were'. Mr. I lily are well attended. Game night
Wattrfrtal ComsmudtkeARBOGAST awning. cabana and earpoet it frttmmt price.. I magatine I cwi.*. IXlore Oliver. Diana Purfc. Markwordt tel,*. Jay I'reed. Mr*. are held. Monday and. Friday.
Sruartl leading IS Till ANY WAY to conduct : cr, and Clara Suiwter A. A. Whiticir, Mr. J. K.innardt,
W. are afeat forolvertn* InmranceTW a real nuts bMj1lttll7 Our i -- Mr*" K. II Powell Mr*. Charles 11M.** adding' eumlderibl Irnrovemeni .
World* leader hi MobileHome IIMUTMCI many' client I teem to think that/ Conrad, Mr*. Paul HcMtm, "''n. U> their mobile, home
II it! Jt cost i no more to do Yule Program Phillip |Vvn.rii'. Mr*, Jason .the past' week Mtlud Churl
C. B. I business; < with' people who are I Barker, Mr. I Illiin, ll>>g n. M,.. llenion, Prank Vogel and! Sam
DIXIE MOBILE HOMES INC. alert to what going on In Real Vivian Quienul. Mr. Helen [,Id. .Shekhm
..*. In foci it com leI! i Of PTA Dee. IS inn, Mr, Walter. Honlwiln.' Mr

AND ASSOCIATES j 3221 South U. S. No. 11 highway M Decker; Mrs. Wilma, M. lky.Mr .
I I Th. Christmas .program. ft the *. J. S. Hl REALTOR Fort Pierce Florida Specials/ this week Port Salerno' Ilemenlary Parent tnlint and "'fl. R. D Ming.Mr And I Attxiliarv
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152 EAST OSCEOLA. AVENUE STUART 217..440II.." fI" I Phone 110 4-1B37 I MORIGACK M ()_N F VAVAII.ABIK .. Tuesday Teacher. AwncUiMm Dec I H, 7 will Jf' ) he,pm,held In rri/e 1.and George.taMc{ frit pities won were the thaw won Plans a Partv

Vilest _. the Khiioi cafeteria, .. hy Mr*. r ( .auk Mr. Ct. |l nIgin. -
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000.00 M IIIOrtPI" va. I will he the theme for the evening bin,. Helen Prukton: Ihe MM. Auxiliary of Jensen Reach: will
-1 ewM bad nt) "'-... .., with the I fifth and! slash grad NoJ card puny ..111lei/ I Dec I 16. I hold an annual' (hritma. dinner
!See M today. Ow martjp f .al* tinging Christmas carol and party on Monday evening,
and brshmie .........-.. 'i|E! under the directMM of t.fn. Becky The chub" m flir C. O. .
RAINEY Realtor I II II II beaded fmu sad eraBnw.d CwMly."" by 'Keller, 're. Jhiiye Roger. pro. monthly clubhiiine meeting. prr>.MI Dec ,hy 2. a at ham the.. farmlie are. invited.. AuUllrymt'ft1hen
: pam chairman Mid pariahs by Mr Howard, r* regarded/ to bring
I I would. also .partkipaM" m the group Miller, entertainment' committeechairman. a vtjrlaM* Of solid and two gift.
LUXURY WAimiROVrIKIVfM wnging eats for a man and on* for a woman
I RESIDENTIAL S i Eel A II J II INVESTMENTS t I We .have. teveril I A cordial inviution i It mended / !&MU Claus w''" lit present
"home of dikiinctlon ;including to everyone In. the community In prt tm& Ih* gift. *.
hume with .w nmmg pmMi, [ to attend. A Mirtenr will he" provided (11.1'11.rv bin beam ),f (" I fa chairmen
I. PORT SF.WA1J.-2 bdroom. 213 balk Cottage I. WAUa'1tovr ACRFACE 750master dock and protected hnat rurhorgmrden I for pr-ho: l children. and V. F W Pod 4/4| and" the. of the/ affair and dinner will b* :
eM CwwI Law wparsale Colony .,.. wMb. moss a. ...-r. Pelted' I. eeL patio J bedroom,, 3wbaths 1 refmhmeni" will. ... erred. Autihary ...11It/ ,,, ChfMma tensed .by th* Junior
Srnk lot lItO''" a 4110"" a. wabf Ie c.I aIfIn.s. tc. our phrito, Inning. I There.wilt he CtirhmriM "frt.loffrtney "head on Mednnd**. Dec In, *ln .---.-- -
.......... ,..... 0 dI- ...Ik........ Jensen Beach 2.7w os SOt/lll 1)S. I J mlk.Pe4c. on "home* J MJOO up to it .... hone of Mr*. I pm *l the pi.thums. on AIA I Mr and Mr' *, lack ValeMin. ) -
5.91.01.. 1Iit.t.. EaAal........ I.C1n SU'JxJO. ; Mary "'0... HIONCIM, Perk. fur in GuUt'". Cut A palsckwp: ent ',.lined Mr*. prink Doty. Ttqucti '
IIOL'Y all hmew
Jut'R RENTAL -rAm mother of the elementary w .lli ced and. also rfl It iml Mr Regli" for .,
Ilas..r1 ....... .. IWIcIaJ devebtp.rime. OCTAN TO RlVm HutchMMMI '- per Adolph
\\ ntr.It. 3 W. : SWIIIal.G POOL Nand Khool. Wednesday DMI will he. e V! fed All member* a '" v. on their bowl Saturdayi
2. S11JAar a from 1120IM
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Price S"." f rs I fad.flea I 16. 10 II. Assnetting.. .( -
ATTRACTIVELY 1A.'ill4lCAnn < gift .
J Lab r.. ..... ... front fout air asked t"C bring( iMt wrviceUNACrIKNT i .1 b> dinner"
QUALITY PRICE SJ2.Ht. J. IJOt !QUAIU YUT IJdi coMing: notware than 10 ant
Ssrdy leach Ca UA N*. ROVTAC.r -MIrfr wilt.. be hckLChurch. r4
allNl buy. $$17,500.. L 2 ....DItOO'IOIE V .Iea,1y c- rwtsirleg '" eIfIre pare 2 dtr.. e t MJTX eu lt"'nl IUUIKM ado I __
e..ua.rrelal epees n a 45 each _. I"
HFJCIm I 2 ......0.-- nest PrrbLegs R.a.r Flirt/I far 1JI.Mt.-. tad.Slodr. Jane shopping center. ...l.* : IIALtea
.1. HOlE It.W I U' 1'- Tarea yarM .. onry W M per front .. NewsThe &ItJACK'S
4. afOTl1. Bwdt U.1. I I I' Frewx11.100 .
fllC'BiIiN nkd a .1 ... Lee 1..300""' .....
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.. DL'P1.LXffLLaiI; ,.. _Q..IfJ M. P. NELSON Victory:
4. PORT SEWAlL 2 hdreoew gantry J. 11)R Rr T-21.6a..ll.. .. $U/. .....M. I'rItt4 Iew. M !1200.Lew Orate Of the U $16,500.10. 2...... Tmkee JsaplMr 'I". I. LOT Et.et.r E. ... r.tnr.2.Mt. RCAUOftAtmrirte i .Sates of the Somhern Morttloo : I GULF
I Jut Church will hold their annual OfCipl.
II eomhtoctf Ortuma luncheun, M STATION
_._. I P I..0w Inner" the church Tolr Co0.brlM*
311 COLORADO AYThLZ .BOt $ \tVIONS. DI.AJ.An.dc1.uu I )t R. 0Uwl. .*... I Tuewtay Dec Plat| moan IJJ! !en" (a."at'

STUART, noaJDA Aaascb. I&IDtz MU J25 E. OCM Bhr.. AT ,.) M I HM wiU. N a coered ih *f.It I I Salerno 0w.LA1Mt'"fShipyard lack 3esndmum. Onwel
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THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS Thursday,.December........10.,..1964..



Cdr Our ultra-modern new JackscaviUa Meat Warehouse
Of Christmas TreesBeginning if ,i ', ,..1 r will provide vast quantities of fin ateakf chopf androawti / e
.ac1, ,,'xa, from the prim producing areas In the nation q Er
+y for the ramBle A4P ervet fa Florida and portions of )
Wednesday Dec. 9. of Bill Greene Chevrolet, Colorado T ';,' a; t" Georgia and South Caroline The meats art carefully
the Air Explorer Squadron No. I Avenue. Kindred's and Kwik I K l impeded and checked for quality by AAPi own Inpectoni -
I 444 Sea Explorer Ship No. 405 ClIck markets have sold their 4 a Federal neat .Inspector) b regularly stationed x ; v>
and Boy Scout Troop No. 499 super bra .r at the plant. Such quality control assures A4P cuslo- i h
will conduct a Christmas tree supplies of tree to the scouts at I men of fin tender cuts, and they are alored In carefully '
I sale located on the used car lot cost. t ka-
refrigerated; area until ready for shipment to .
At this time the Boy Scouts are our stores.
working toward acquiring camp.
L---- ing supplies. The Sea Explorers BUY "SUPER-RIGHT" GUARANTEED MEATS J 4 y ,
intend to purchase a beach buggy 1% AND GET WHAT YOU PAY }OR. YOU CAN SEE ,
I while the Air Explorers hope IT YOU CAN TASTE IT. "Super-Rlgbt" qualify w ''e
future.to buy an airplane in the near way .; ; that A&P promhea\ starts long before you see It In I
., ., the (store It begins with A&P selection hi the natlon'f r m '
I The boys will tend the Christ.mac sl ar.
1 top packer. You know their know ,
I tree lot themselves except durIng names.They "SuperRight's" 4 R4
I school hours when adult volunteers "; strict quality standards and every pound of .
will be in charge Ed Kirk. ,4, q; beef, pork veal, lamb, and poultry muxt measure up. w r '
: hart, Air Explorer advisor, is coordinator Our buyers know that If A&P can't guarantee the meat
and questions! concern f mow It sell It .b not "Suprr') -Rlgbt" quality. YOU MUST BE A L
ing this project may be directedto SATISFIED OR YOUR MONEY BACK.

INTERIORS COMPLETE Jensen Dec.Plan A >Cantata 13th tm8.1 ChurchA cantata at will be \ 0 A S T middle :::69slToEAKN

given Sunday Dec. 13 from 9 to
\9:30/: a.m. at the Gethsemane
Christian formerly Church the old I Jensen Community]Beach, (((((II I, H Li BEEF- RIB

Unusual Church. '' t close
The choir of the South Side
and Church of Christ. (Christian>> ) of '' '%
Fort Pierce will sing under the trimmed
leadership of L.. .L. Maser, the .89
one director. He Is director of the'
Glee Club and chorus groups of = Ib.
the Junior high school and Dan
01 Mccarty High School in Fort d"
The music is centered'around V4 PORK LOIN SLICED-PORK
a the birth of Christ. The public is

kindCHRISTMAS invited.Sons Marriage Announce-of E'fkS CRI Avg.2 to 3 Pkg-Ib., 49

Their DaughterMr. ''i lb.

GinS 813 .Madison and Mrs.Avenue H, E., announce Son Jr., 57

the marriage of their daughter -.... '
Layman son of Mr. and Mrs HEINZ CMushroom Noodle Cream of Chicken .SpHt Pee or Pork
BOX 69c
',0. 511

731 IIOBE BUDGE SOUND RD, Beach.J1'arenl; : : c took h Friday placein Soup. .... 210-oz. 33c PLUMROSE DATSISH CANADIAN
Nov. 13.Followina. IIFJNZ-SPJ.OALSALE' T""* '
PHONES their wedding trip to : Bacon ... ;0 $199

$4604881 are Jamaica residing, Mr.at and 124 Mrs.Airwworih Layman, Vegetable Soup_...........2 1:0: :' 25c FRESH FISH OK THE WEEK

74&.3731 Palm Springs HEINZ PROCESSED: Mackerel Fillets 49c
Layman is employed by Southern Whole COOKED SALAMI, LIVER LOAF;

West Palm Bell Beach.Telephone Company Dill Pickles ... .....................,.. a 39c or C CAP-N JOHNS FRESH STANDARD SPICED LUNCIIhONIAAPPICKLE: AND

: I Mr and Mrs. Earl Hummell HEINZ PICKLES SWEET; half 49 Oysters IZ tae.:: 99c MiVem

have arrived from BrWgeton, N. I., Cucumber Disks Ib II D QUICK }ROLEN-S:: LB. Box Ilk or 6.oz.
to spend the winter at their home ......... .. .. I is*. 25c 4 8 9 C
Match'cm pkgs.
on St. Lucie Boulevard Whiting u., 19c"SUPER.RIGHT"

Lowest Prices .....__.........__..._....


PIES39 STA [tS ST i ,
With TaM COUM *.4 Purcfcu d nil CwiM uJ LL.un6u. d !i
Q, mm I HUl's Beef with Gravy I
.011 I
Special! COLD STREAM PETTO 8.M.BIS.MOL .but.Ikra .. 98c D:I i Foou DOG *J case Mb.t 98c =i

c..a S.t, DM. l.. Ml.. 'I-la N !_ G..4 Ikra. Ie? DM. II. MI. ll-IS-44 =:

PINK SALMON i.Ib. 49 C t.________ ..:S:.:::.:. -. J'\ ____!_____________
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I : Baby Food .... 8)an 89c FruitCake ,.... ....................... 5fJ399 With CIIISE ties C *alt M SANBORN... PB.fc_ ., war tau c_ STAbIiPS... ....1\We ., tit iil_
ALL FIAVURSVALI.EYCOId: ) Cliua Kim {hkken 241fY. LUS1RECREME .:
6-0.. CHOW Ml IN .. ... ....... M tar 69 C <">' Frozen DrinksMAXWKLL "' >tnE..JarlU'JIkra 'y 98e .i
lOc _
,,, ,.... ,... cur Chlckes) of the Sea Light 6H_, nn tat C.
HOUSE CHUNK; TUNA. "." ,,, "................. ran 35c I c-I S.t. Dar If. Mla IM1MWM .....+ ... s.e. D.a IL Mla II-I''ee !i 1 1of

C ff fee ."\\lIb" Percolator Glws;1 Coffee Mb $199 CORN Eelbeck MEAL "'. .................... pk J-lb.{. t|A j* ,... .___- 1.... __ __.__:__==J
Morton hoarD r* (HM. ------------------------------1.
LAUNDRY BLEACH POT PIES. ..., ,..,......._. dp***. 99c i I s I ,
'v.S Clorox Calag 39c 5uMhIM Hjdro 1-Ib, I 'I1Y.rJdU .:
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M 1,534 p"'tlc" j jlt COOKIES "" .. ,.......",.. Pea 47c Iii 25 STAMPS lit_1 1I. rLt31J9

$2995A I.' n.. c-: we ... ........N :.:
.al _... ANN PAGE LOW CALORIE !, Wllk TW. C WM ua Pwcku ./
1 CRISP WASHINGTON =I!!! DRESSING': g IIoc.25c N.I: BLACK 4oa. 35c
It' best buy. Handles aU cutting Jobs In home .4 r RED DELICIOUS ,,. .. PEPPER rt
your p u. Mw.1-11..4 .. .......... .. .
workshop. And then outstanding feature make ito 18 : GM4 a. .. 1..1...
n'tH r x:.ear!I..t.l
top in valu*. APPLES l .: .
Powerful Mto-over. 1 horsepower to i > i
handle the toughest ruts = =

a vare.Torqul Cluteb-dlsengigei blade KK ., Ib.GOLDEN 1 9c l iis'1 1
binds 'In eut Protect motor against .

wear and burn out. : RIPE-BAITER SCHOOL FAVORfTLS MWkk! TkuWORTHMORE: ., .X.;: WNk Ikk ...| ........ ef ii.I
e Iitra Cutting paclty-w1th t i'blade _.. : ANN PACE PURE
lumber can III ssily cut*ven at 45% M5:v.a.td.-tl)( = PEANUT I35c -: I BLACKBERRY 1-h.
BANANAS lb. 1 0 C _jl; CLUSTERS H: PRESERVES ... 39 C iil
S aontrols Accurate ere Adjuitmonts-depth esiy-to-mch,quickly and sdjuited.A ) bevel. : $45.47 i!19 CM4....tL D... ill Mta. U.li-44 !!! I W On SM. DM. IS. M. IYII ee lt

1 ALL ...!.!!!.--:..-.!!!!!;-! t ._'s'a's_____.___c'ar___ _

1 51/ SKIL SAW as low as $2255 Apples I PURPOSE -........"......-.... 4 LIT

t ;1 ,"; ALL BALL BEARLNCt& HEAVY DUTY UniOnS COOKING ............. .;....".- 5 La. }'OU,. $t *d' 6et //lt3 flj ll coou DEC nlRU SAT.

Skit Saw$54.95,8V:4"Ski! Saw$74. 5 Potatoes t t R.CV1..AR: 5 C"oic u ae.r.nuMiC a r ewr e. cor.rw, e.e: 11
].i6W, : "IIIfE ,_..-......."...---... LL
nUll bags or
Grapefruit IVICV ." ,,:.:, 5 LL 6JO P.M.

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Stuart Ready To Go Minor League? Now's The Time: I Packing ParcelsIs 1IIE SrtARr (Florida) NEWS Thursday December' 10, 1964 1-C

the postmaster cautioned Just to destined for one city being directed
Advised byPostmaster be on the safe aide, the portmtwersuggests to a city which may have a
that all puckagM be insured similar name For example, thereare
a t J leant twenty-N possible
Atlanta May Train Here West All parcels l should be addressedon area around the country which
would have \ the ad.
only one sale and should also Springfield in
Finite puck: parcels mlidly" I-i have the luklrew. written on a slip drew Dm of the proper ZIP Code
If The Price Is RightBy the pica of P"ll1l1uwrkWilli./ l. of paper and) placard' Inside the would send the mail to the right
The head ot the Stuart Pout Of parcel in ease the exterior wrapping post' office,
Ice I. also reminded patron that the should ante off --
BUNNY ABBOTT use of free "local" and "outoflown -
s Mr West tmph !!led that ZIPCoding UVMVN' l IS NOW STUDENT
It s a wonderful thing to be able to go first class Ifs even bet Depuration labels will help ) the addresses on parcelsand ,\f MHJTIIIRN: ILLINOIS
move the mails faster The bands
ter to be able to go After all OM must walk before one can run. kilos helps insure against .
are available at the pout" office or 'dines R Wyman of Beau Ri-
I've been in Martin County for more than seven and a half yean from most 1 letter earner*. loss duito improper addressing' rage has enrolled: for the fall termat
I arrived at the end of 1957. couple' of weeks.. after Since r.t I.h now. April just I Tlcase mail a I 11 I out-of-town Southern Illinois University',
hat iKliviauil ZIP Code) thereis
Miami Marlins finished their spring training at Sailfish Park They package"' now Don't worry about I little an chuns, ol a piece of mail tarbondale HIIB I I
had trained there for one seasoit and no professional team has trained the parcels being delivered too -- ----
there since. (The Palm Beach Indians were here also! for just one early, just mark 'Don'! Open Unlit -
year, soon after World War II) Christmas on the r front" Mr I

Ever aince 1957, I have heard every year without fail a rumor West uid "

that some minor team or other has been negotiating to train in Stuart k4W A lightly Muffed package with ,or -
around inlde.111
nothing rattling
I have been quite prepared to believe the statement, but I have have less chance of t being dum- .. I I' ,
never seen nor heard anything to substantiate It. aged in transit' he noted

Now, at last, I'm ready to believe it, and I I'm not from Missouri r'5 When packing a gift, rcmcm.

Last! Tuesday as sports editor of The Stuart News, I received a her that the package: you send FURNI' U : RENTALS
'phone call from Bill Stemcckc, business manager of the Atlanta International may Iw shipped on the "bottom
League Baseball Club, recently purchased by the Milwaukee s lf f a mail suck and there may be I
heavier package: on Among ROWELL FURNITURE CO.Dial
Braves who expect to be located in the Georgia city by the 1966 sea he relatively few packages that .
son. Bill wanted to know what Stuart had to offer in the way of train ire damaged in transit improper
ing facilities for the Triple-A club I painted a rosy but conservative afriL : packaging! is the greatest factor," I'I AT 7 0804 \V. Give Gold Bond Stamp

picture, offered any further help I could give, and promptly informed -- --- --- -- -- -
City Manager Joe Crowder of the details of my talk with Steinecke. OH1C1VLS OF A1IANT\S International league baseball trait review the possibilities!' of using ..I

Stemcckc had said that he would report our conversation! to his Sailfish Park as a spring training location. with an insist from the sport editor of The Stuart

boss! and that I might expect to bear further from him. I did, the News, Bunny Abbott, second from right The Ailanun are. left to right, Bill Stclnccke, business

next evening manager, Bill Adair manager and Harvey Stone trainer GRAND OPENING

As a result, Stcinccke Bill Adair, Atlanta manager, and Harvey I Then came the inevitable question! : "How about accommodations
Stone, the teams trainer, came to Stuart Thursday morning and I arranged 3 Boat Locks on
for about thirty nun pla)cr manager coaches I
for them Crowder and Cooke at Sailfish I
to meet Mayor Ray
I A trip to a local hotel followed and a price for accommodation, New Dike StretchDon
Park. I at I time when the hole! would otherwise! : be largely unoccupied.
In spite of the fact that the spacious locker rooms had acquiredin was given Dittz, member of t h .1
seven years an accumulation of junk that would do credit to a f"bControl) District Recreation DifferentALGOZZINIS
clearance sale at the World Fair and still bore unmistakable traces .I 1 made no effort to put three nice guys on the spot by asking' Committee. reports that there I
of a fire, the Atlanta trio conceded that, with a little clearing! up anda I. what they thought of the price, but they volunteered the inhumation will be three boat locks:' In the
few additions the locker rooms could do their job. that they had known plenty of major league learns to pay less, in seventeen.mile stretch uf new dike
While we were discussing! the dimensions of the playing area, the I spite of which it seemed pretty ob\ious that if there were a little between Port Mayaca and Okcechohce -
give and take, Atlanta could be brought to Stuart. The Atlanta boys .
mayor and city manager arrived and the Atlanta men agreed that u.s. Highway No. 1
their groundsman, assisted! i by local labor should have no major problem did not give their opinion to that effect since their opinion would go A can: at I 2K( ) feet wide and!
in shaping the field to their requirements.The first to their boss, but an intelligent' !guess on my part seemed permissible thirty.feel deep will be created
between the luke-skirting.. road and KOBE SOUNDREMODELED
visitors mentioned that their training season would be fromapproximately
So Stuart is in a position to take: acquiring a minor league learn the dike, which will be built out l
nine other
March 10 to April 15 and that some or ten in the lake.Another. 1
minor league teams would play exhibition games here for at least one season with odds of eight or nine to one that U, or a
similar team may be interested in future business, if Atlanta is given canal sixty-six teetwiele
The reaction of the city officials was "How many years will you and from twenty to eight feet .
be coming here?" The answer, which seemed reasonable enough to a reasonable! break' in the first (place deep will be built eastward of the
"That how well like it. In Stuart and Martin County, over a period! of years has acquired .
me, was: depends on we any case our road linking Taylor Creek and
,,' being here will introduce Stuart perhaps ten other teams" many improvements: the bridges lo the ocean the four-laning of !I. S. St IAICIO Canal Fishing accessto
1 1. water to Hutchinson 1 Inland! to name but a few this canal Is being sought.! !
These things have all come after months and years of talk At --- -

that Stuart and Martin, County are extremely good)-at talk, over a A second ill i I.31-J56.\923,974th

prolonged period that is. of a year.' __ ENLARGED!
JOHNS FUNERAL HOME Stuart is also in a position to give, and we suggest: how about Muny wonderful gift* fur the entire family In our

some short, sharp talk over a short interval of time, leading to some newly enlurgtd shop
quick action that can bring Atlanta here to a field til to play on, with .
usable locker rooms and accommodations that a minor league team
Fou"detl1916 can afford? 6LAN' eAAst.: ''rr' /"IlUlle of f
Who knows One day Stuart may go major. league and travel 4LAslrr '

first class s, <, "' .. JJ I DISTINCTIVEAND

Experienced personnel and Past Presidents Parley Is II I I '. iA ,.\ UNUSUAL

facilities to accommodate Held at Legion Hall Dec. 2 e \, : ;A GJJFTS '

L families-of all faiths eH.d ,r p e
.. I The 'President of lhanki'y4tu ( ) t for
'. fas* Parley 1 I tillers from toe 1 l everyone
4 F let
11' '
I the American Legion Auxiliary ID veterans hospitals/ at Coral Cubits in the family

Harold Johns Pout No 62 met for I Bay Pine and take City have @; ryy I
luncheon Wednesday, Dec. 2. A been received by the Auxiliary for _.. Casual Ckilhtw, Straw Items, Artificial Flowers, etc.
i business meeting followed. Present : the gilts sent by the ChrlMmas AFTER N PL4I(1R. .
, ; were Mrs. Mae Tslmas, Mrs I II Gift Shop" These" gifts are all PROVE THAT THE BRAIN Marble Jeu'elryand
new Items collected by the members I IS DULLEST A tt. A
I Gertrude Mmnehan: Mrs. Myra. of the Auxiliary and sent to HEAVY MEAL Shellcraft Workshoft
I Hilton, chairman Mrs Nellie Pezoni. the hospitals, for the veterans from Keep: your brain alert lit the
'/ Mrs. Mae Barnes, Mrs. Jennie which they choose for their that .
I gift every day dangers ur FREE; INSTRUCTIONS
Wilbur Mrs. Gertrude Boyd I (amities.The .
I round )'DU. Keep Jour budget
R. C. Johns & Ronald II. Johns and The Mrs group Luctte will send Woodrum.: a hn'ltmal ,I 1 Ugion Post and the Aux ulitt by protecting ) timlfgalissl 5" .
iliury need an additional room al rbuuuUI. dlMKlrr. sub
present: to Us adopted woman veteran ;
I L LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTORS Janet who I Is their post home If anyone has a ( 'Insurance
I Champers I'. small wooden building or room to 'omp"' Comig Indian River Citrus
, 1012 1NDIANTOWN ROAD (patient at Bay Pines Veterans Hospital I donuts tho Legion and Auxiliary See IM Ihl. etk.
Is remembered her
will pay the cost of moving k> the
STUYRT FLORIDA AT 7JO4Behr's birthday, Christmas, Easier! and, "post' home Members of the house KAIPIIIIAKTMAN.JR.I' Guaranteed quality and
other occasions, committee. who may "bo contacted: REAL STATE aw(, INSURANCE delivered anywhere
are: Mrs. Theresa Brown Mrs tAT7-4boo {
I III John L Taylor, Mrs Nellie Peljrom ti
et Fishing Is Good '. 287)147 or Commander- HOI.OtCIOLA Jt Beautiful origin! jewekrjr sad ahtlkrafl IletaeIl'e Phone 546.5373
1ti .
('harks--- --- Later*, 287.501A .
On Okeecnobee J ---- --

ti II Reports that fishing is poor
Lake Okeecnobee"' a result' of .,
ijj }\ celebrating
i current construction on the Her are our
I beet Hoover Dike. -were denied ., e
; CARDS & GIFTS emphatically today) by the ( a
and Southern Florida Flood'e"tra'i Hr't'
trol District 3rd ANNIVERSARY

P 609 Colorado Ave. --Fishing is as good as ever in I ,. :
the lake said Riley S Miles of 1 1Kissimmee AeM"In

? Governing, Board chairman of the FCt I new, larger quarters .

Make i Miles. explained that contractor Ullb the. otMHiing ot iwr Mw anile uf aifkM In the IKbiHi. Ruildlng, ws fihtlir. three years of service
Behr's ;your gift Headquarters the who north are enlarging end of Lake the dike Okeechohe around lu yew Our steady grvwth I I. our .*..._. uf )our wl...f.li
are taking fill from the landsideof years.
: ONE STOP 8 the dike, -not from the lakeside

rF Phone 287-H66 for Credit Senices
CARDS Of course there ta no problemwith
fishing ia the lake and lie)
"muddying of water in the lake
GIFTS R as a result of inn.. I Merchants Credit BureauMartin
8 Miles stressed that lake Okeechobee '
cover 730 mileand
more fishermen than ever before ,I County's Leudinrf Credit Bureau
all by HALLMARK are vnuiing. it* l Uk.e. I
Fishing camp around the per ,, S. (GeneCuoetlu/ WISE Cr.dll blase. Owner. ARIIlt'K DUION BIIK., COMNrH ">t OI-\ AMI f N ('IH4)H\X| SIUART
;' miter of the lake r port that good'' Slasstger.
sterna of bas are currently being !
fi' FREE GIFT taken from take Okecchohee I -
WRAPPINGi Bass average three to six pounds

Open Every Night .',iI Christinas; il and moo.larger Calf,are.,. u bas usual are quite are. being com

s caught .large. numbers. Alto there I 1s
PLENTY OF EASY PARKING are bream, speckled perch, pile, Hx
and snook )
pickerel even I
I It % expected that the speck C
Watch our $1.00 table. fishing will be rspcciany good in r4
I the lake when the ecu "cold: snap"

New items eerycck.. 1'1'1 of weather.....occur r+
w P
JIIYS T. TftK .4 IDee
MA1fiJJ Av.uoft Electricians MateThirJ
(laM loon T. "Pocks VSY r
BOOKENDSNAUTICAL I' son of M,. and "'n.loIIa T Pecks wTws. raI

f I of Port Salerno a a crewmembcf
II I, of Air Development SauaUron Sic
at its advance, base in Chrofchurca.
I New ZeaLwid.llM I
& SPORTING GIFTS i 1 1f squadron b part of theNavy's i
support force which pro"

Come In and Look Around I If j title scvntnt supply of slid tbe other UaMe support Stales W I COTVCT ef .nr tmnj rsrwtlstg ,.,..... ....... e.Seedm ........ .kfsh. keep ep Ie thewisests Ow. efficient office a.*"..ft' Mb* tMrrfinain .HIs I

Anurctie Research Progrwn. under fnrt W .... sat fib. a/ lv '* pec.rds II ......... w -.L \
I MM wwpice ot UMSoeace Naiooal
:a founda e.

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lHESIU4RtHu.NEWS! ( ) Hinmdny. Dvtembcr 10 1964 SATURDAY-ContwiiwdtO SUNDAY-Continue*, TUE> faAY-ComlmiedPJa Use Air Mail Suit Filed on seventeen War' II. pound prior to Worli)

II Laurta MMltia M I I I i
--I Alvte Slow .. Less of IneomeA
I* At -" -
1* Hwplty I :: :: = = r
I -rr.. .. /faOU- a I
COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS A H..Io. :.r5. cOIItrt-l MiMs -- 0...klN Special Delivery suit to rover dmtafa. for I
1 I lots of Mioom due tt havt*.j been

.... mitmt. 111..J.'I WSTII lUdlo Btaart-Baa Ucttacl ..Y.II. .. 10 10> o-4 II BlftMa<4Bl kT Draw BUI: "'j....." AI ... dicharwd (eases Wa job U biota all

.... Ba .N.I.C4 _.,. la tl* a....... (Color) S'....MO. .... Urges Bob West exerciser Wat MM( in Circuit
:.1. !ItCII.( .B.tt) Th. TV vronam llittan an raralak.ft. i :iiI.cI! .
--I" .' (A.B'at .a by tk* kritrtoion Matfaaa. Tk* at a.W 10.11-. UnoI. Mnt..gLi.. Court last week by P J. Ktwycki i (kKt1
: 'at Fatal .... art to W* mpanalkl far ant 10.00--4 oIII r .... .nklaPow. E' anew Moore
N.b 'tt's .late mail early' !soIIBM.T against Ralph
1 .."'. ..._ .d LL/ IC.MwIwan am to
14-11 A nla OakWlino TiiU. who worked for Thomas -
WEDNESDAY THURSDAYCondnuedAlt. .1 ) -4 tA"". .. Wmbaaatoda7 I .Mdnpto. ." > mail now PottnuMter Bob Ko/ycki. I VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN
Oanaia tka .. Snowi ", .. J. Kelly, claimed that Far Taur Favarit DHnkWE
e W Wait to : Welt laid. today !
I :
I0.lt Cirtemilai OMIW CarlolltSO :. had caused Kelly to discharge him SEB.VK LUNCH
Mt ( -4 Tba Jataom "The .bJ4jdjt posh remarks
t"MI.M'Moth., hp'. .., Rory by
wd1N. w. i is and we need
(tarn u M**.av anaant CkMTt1IM4iBO 1t.1I Manl..od c..n C I hurtory upon u* - -- STUART 'DRUG CORP.

.11--4 .."... .......... "Rrwln 4 Movl., "!...*. Ma" AlrnwnICAO4 .,7p-g ''J. ..lt.,_.Jua1N1s0e7Pe."te tho co-operation of everyone to I Consumption of butter in the lL Dial AT
'.1_*... In lbuslnlnn"rnoa 7 Movl. "Untibla JwpnaraV" akp Lint 1fJ CuAtwNwa ftI "matt BUM that the holiday mail L'"TOOL SL ALL T-I42J
T.dn 8hltw< BlSO-0 Woody W..e4....dIrLrah.S 6 LrplurbtpII United averages nine poundsper
II00-4 Mvl Bum Honor ill .1 .1o5 Paad.IC.Nr and the Nona }it all delivered' before Christmas. person per year compared with
Afbnea ll>04-'_ Ao....* CJaualaiso = /: I the Hrd :
't too-4-1 N.w. Wiatkar Baort flhk 'Ot'o
-4 II lbwF
(Bam. M Monday ..Mpt) 7 N... Weather toe.lsl'4
tHfmrta the of
West air
1,00 I., "Cliwrfr14iSO Id Movl.! 'In BWMJT"ilO ) 14 Ul.ar.r,0. in Betena. cum tI too 44-7-14 N..., Waatkar, BnorW" suggested use APRIL 16 THROUGH DECEMBER 15
-- ;; 1 Saraf
: <-4 0M'X.I. It bnmm.nt1,11T II HoupIl, Hooper ft'I'': : t4 OdOna.l 14 Naw mail and wjccial delivery to guarantee I .
MovU.. "Glva) Mr Retard. NItm.dwq" ., .BaaliuntI I tOO.4 BafarlI 1,34.4 My F....... Martlm. I I III*-II Vav/i, Waatkar. Bnorta pre rietmal delivery especiallv -,
N. .21l MaThat WonderfullliHO
II ,
BattknntIt ..( Walt 'rnanay (Color*
for out-of-town mail :
iJO N.w.HwttofHrlnkt.r
1,30-4 HurkMwrrr. HoundE.1nle. (3li... Profile 10-11 Wacoa Train/ _
I V Naw*. W..Ob.r' R-eor, II Mmrlo, Lot.I)0 4,00.1 IM HulUvaa "Maw Hi !T4onI0htMw Johnny Cana12,10Il "In all Instance: the use of ZIP
( )
Rpatlal .
4 Sow-la
f Macnltioont Monta ua* '
,too-4-1 N.... Sparta, Waalhar .1L.nml.144-4 ", ..._W..... Cronkll It 10 Know Hhch:: aMkml Your (lama of the Walk .._ Th. ftabol 11 Mwlo flpunntb Caw* I I Codes will be helpful The codes
1'1.' .. and Wahw mm f Hill Dan mean that mail moves
T.00-4 Nakml CMy WtrbtwaHih Movl generally
I in M 0.1., "Gun It.lf I >44-4 Cleveland Brewnl vi N TOl.nU l4-t| Br"a4llda tOl-fl I
.ilO--IS Commmt6il Call the Dates .._, M. Llvlnf" DoN II ocrIo m a more direct route and > i

_1 I.. Hunt T A Hanh.lnr&..u.... .IMIifrI half. an honrTiIO 11 Amarlran B.ni).tatid WEDNESDAY' - I handled fewer time*. Parcels wit),
10 N.w.' 11''..,".,. 11_'. -f Don41. 11... ..30-4 WwJiln trend ft.fn: Mel. "S.U" ZIPPED addresses be deliwered
12 1'1.' .. f Mta 4.i.lpl| *., Mln.l.nlppt "'.. 530-1 door nbthop Show DEC. 14 may
.,iSO-4 H.... .in.too II---4 Th.P..bbnotooe..,. ....." 1.01'1' ) .' riavhouM. ia>OO4 Candid Camera ; I twenty-four hours b e fore 1trnGliTS
r Huntter-Hrlnklvf. Report 4i.S'Moment of Sport 5/ 1011.u00 MooingUme
10> Hun.rfool 7 On. Stop Barn4 2. Htar ml Story U CvnTlId CSw.rtIe others going 10 the same destination

12 Charann ,10.1 ISO $1-7 Donna Or. Maa Kililal I Sloe and Story Mono ( 4* Monday aierpt I which do not include the five
1,4IN.Walt.t Crnnilt) '..11- Tb.... f O.!trlil ra l.iH4>-4 What* My tlnat 7:00: -14 Ontlnrntal" ClaamnwitOO code"
My Bone
r.; Nawa_..atl.,-Brinkl", II 'too. Star fowling. 4 TeA -4 Mevl. And Now Tomorrow'loiaa digit
,.1>>-.4 Death Vallur !I.ys tOO 10.11-4 B.PMiwoM.It ishall Bil4--4 flanan* I i,:.. +11 "New' W *lh..r, Bperll. I II -It A wliar won West laid that alamo a and

", Ratlfolln .ilO-4 ll.ll.r. of 11.1..... 4 Pfc>nar* Th* Vnwunbable AI__ stamped paper can now be purchased I "
; TM boatmoonenIs t., H..I t Cloud f float/ C7 II Hew. "lIbt" (" a Monday .oath1100t all windows includingthe .
TIIA 4,00-4 Rlflamal taligMovl. 5hadrwef 5 1II.s at l
10-11 FoytoB riaoa 4 Wrantllnilf ... th( "Nod EfliiMilii"' Movl, 'Alia. Twilight"" Half Moon HotelJAMAICA
P,3GCBI Jt Bownr '
It Untouahable -
1 Th. Vfrelnlooo the ..
lll (Mil* and Harriet D-7 Au..n. Thotv.Ii It Jimmy' Daaa dhowtit It0.-It Nlirhtwatrh. No. I 7 II. Lhamp Par a Dar" patrons convenience. ,
Dirk Powt
4iOO4 Patty DukHI It Jimmy Dan ChnmplonKhlg,; bawling 4,0.-18 Mush No. I .400,.aolIu'k.--10 Vorl..."Itoar." Hound- He announced that all postal r''' '
It Patty .link Show I 10130, 10 Tba PlonatrtII :5,00-l: - will be holiday ,
International Bhowtlm Cv il. operations on a I
.,311--4 B.....' Hllllilllla N... Itonort.IllOO | Monlego' Beg
11-11 World of apoK ei1 i h N D A Y "' _., Wvatbar Christmas \
10-11 8I\.n: _...,." JII..., WMthar BpaHaII f,00-4-t Bportn. schedule Day. Only
fork Aha* It .",, ., "A l.lrl A Cur and a Ooh"
Nrwi' mail will be delivered .
r1"Mo.I... -W r. Ma Angal" lIt_It Nwa, Watthrr. Sports .iOO--4 N.I-J.;;; W..tii.r DEC UMin' dIO-1< Commwt-Art. 0_. special delivery '

10.11 Mlok ri3 I 11'IS)--4 Movla Tb. Tlna.>. r" .., Nw' ; Ids50. Hunt.-"'..... .' on Dec. 25.
( C...William Bkow II ISO-I Tonight with Johnny. Car>.. 4134.-4 Hawaiian. By. 14 "...., W....bar. Bport He thanked all the citizen of
10.11 n..'.... Law (Color) 4 Whl. Kill .too-1-7 Continental Clanirom II Nm 'I
10,00--4 On Broadway Tonight' ID 1*. Craiw Show I International bow Tim. .114+-4 unriaa Honwatar. "KimalBIUi 4ttl, -4 WMlbar Stuart who cooperated in the'
10.It Burkaa law It Mwl.1,01It III Movl, "loot Angry Man" / ratara I. T....,..."", 4 i a O-4 Na "Shop and Mail Early" campaign..
8-1 EI..nlh Hour Nlahtwotrh4t01 It Nawi Waolhor and KpurM .,30-4 Coll.... of the Aalr t llu.Gw| .NAnkkl >..pnrl I
10 H.lcn. KU'lInn Th...',. Il Non.' 4144-4 rduralliiil' KiplonkmKH /-| Contlnantal tlaairoom. Color) 14 guaarfoot

11 77 BunMt Btrla. .. ...:. _ >-'* Illll Uan It Com.cl llm an.
.. sold C.... ,:.: Wattar CronklU JAMES T. MtRKIlT:
100--4..1.10 N. Watkr, Sport II Nlnhtllfa on the .._It Hp.nUh. N._ ; .w.
12 Nawn-BUI Ihadal FRIDAY 7,14-4 Juki (;l...on Show e.._ 1'1.' ... IB laaalak ..'-Nn>l Huntley" BrlnkWy GETS HIS DOLPHIN I
i2i-4 MovU "M... M. After th. 4-7 rilmwrII Buaahlna ""'... ..-51 J1i...
Nherf'11100I4.j DEC. It Ouur LlftiMto 1, U. U. Thl. D., ,00-1 Math Vall.y Dayit Machinist' Mate Third Class
'Tonllht wIlM Johnny Cartel ., -.., Movl, War and .P.an"5330d 4.BS. -4 Unity Dally Word Bittlollna
I rraiio flhowI Oilllicani Inland .. N.w.. W.ath.r" 7 fh. Hon.vmoon.r James T. Merntt. USN, son of''
a Slarlloht Thratr MenlsiSam. t Th. TtxanT ,_4 Popay. '..,.h...* II WPI1 dories Mr and Mrs. Jim Merritt of Route
( .> Monday aneaiit) On. Stop Bayand. .., Today. Till I Pa "inB farad*
-TiIVR-SDA-Y- ,tit--4 BunrlH) Bm...,. Ruiilan. It-ll L...*... Walk. It rootlr.nUl. ClMiroom 7:ISO-4 Th. 111! Shoo 2, Stuart was presented his "Sil'l)
Itaratura Tmn.l.llon" .tOO-4 Mr. Hnmilwar II NW4Ti0 .., Th Virginia. (Color) ) while
In Dolphin" recently !!
DEC 10M.'tsg *.> Moves Had Dir at Blank "Maw, 10.11 Adv.ntuN of (Mil.* aadHarrUM ver '
TiOO 10 Conlln.auj CiMimoai'lOO .Z"'k"
1 Movie Din*-!..!] Mifllywnnd I '. 10 rarou..J ins aboard'" the submarine USS I $

-4 Movl., -Pathar .la a Burh.lor" I 0,0tI-d GiiMmok, II M.vl* 4.00. -4 P.Y.I.boll Chopper, operating out of Key .. .J
(Ram. a Mond. ...... l) Altamaan lOtao-It Merle, "Too Many Nor.bonds" .too-4 Captain: Kanirareo Patty Dubs Show .V_-f*

,. ..... 1-7 Today 1,30, -1 B.vrly RlllbllllMllt I West.The 1. st"
ill- 4 Bunrln' "M.th.
.m. It Th. Deputy .. Movlo .. ; .
I ill II
.. (I" "' as Monday a..tt SMndlir dolphin insignia is worn :
matloi In W "t.rn Culture"Ioo ...110.10 Mov1. .'Just IIln..r"i3OM |.i4..-.4.1l Milk That Span 120 11 Oarilan Pair. .,,00W.k Van T>vk. Show Per icTSOfi '
-4 Movl.' Lov 1I..lall.t". 4 Movl. ".. ," 11_, I. T. ID II N... ::30=(1-7 Today t Bhow 4-7 Mov4, "Jilll." by enlisted personnel who successfully
"biggw n.Tb f''C II Movie 10 B..porti4S 10.11 Mlrkay complete a II I x-month ; Jt. .
BiOO10 Hiicklautirry. Hound 11, / Tops In Snorts. -10 funny Company .iSO-10.It 01..., Shoe Show I board sub .J.L I
II Waatnar BpnUtjO IIil4 Ckamplonaklv WrMtUmi ,,OO-4 Movla, Hattar C..IU"I 14104-4 Danny Kiy Show training program on a ,,4 ....... .
!libliJit'') auealsIraleg I III4-4 Monk. "T1,. 1-a.t IIlIt.I", D.bbl/* Orak. 4 Kay Show marine. Before receiving the dol. '
111(0-T Other Worlds 7 Mlka Douvlaa Show o.nlu, .'* law I examined .' 3.' 'I'' 1CM \'
111 4-II tltarllirht. IkMttwI1 1* Banj Billy 11,00- N..'., Waath.r, Sports I j phins each man is on ; .
lit-ItiWraatlln* from .,iJO 4 Baal Mown-BUI Khait1 submarine systems and operating .: '
JlmI. + |II 'JlD
0,00-4.1 W.athwWoathar : ,
Nawa. Sports "
LEI 7 N.wt. 11.10-0: Movla. "nuad. I."' t Amos and And 11124-4 M"..., at_ Mldnlnht. procedures by his leading petty of- "', J ..;
14 Dana Club <
1.00 PlayaMaMI4OO 711
It Mornlni
1>.,. Lava ,0..w
to Movie Boomm.nt .
b va tiOl-II Mlxhtwauh j Slew Na. t | -4 ona4H It llioS'Tonlnht with JohnnyCanon I ficers and commissioned officers

.lla ilO---I II lilt Hunt |,SO-4 rhampktnihlt. Wr* tUn4 .-7 Make Hoom for Uadily (Cold -'- --- EXTRA NITES: $16.00 PER PERSON
1134Merl. 10 Bat of irouch 10 Movl, "PhN )
10 Nawa W.nth.r ,
.._llMovK *+ lOtSS' -t.f Naw II Itarllikt TbaatM I
6 N __ -. -- lucy Mo.l.CAPTAIS SINGLES $45.50
.tlO--I'ViintLy-DrlnkU-f" Rpmil loaoI I ova 1 104 -11 NlKhtoalob :
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE! t Wh.ft Tbla tong 1,05-: : Movl
II(I Ch.Taa,.Jataan... SUNDAYDEC. 7 Word far Word,. (Cola. EXTRA NITES : $18.00 PER NITE
RADIO SERIES 10-11 PrlM I* Right
W.It. Crnnklte UMamlnt
0341--1..1 Nora-Hunti.yMrlnklly.N.- IliOQ a-7.-(fins ntl'atlnn t' barr." NFWSOME I II includes:
RADIO STATION wnu II Han CorhranNaW4 ..>0-II Cmdy Tim 1 ,14-11 lot th.Tk.t M..ais Hak Full tropical breakfasts each Gour
1 ilO 4 LOT morning.
.... -
T100 4 Tka M. .
EACH MONDAY 7(15 FAt '"',. Prlnonar"Movla. 4iB_II N. and WoMbat.oo I "._d, (ICol..I Captain and Mr. John W, Niwsomc -
,I. MOII..n.. Pranoli*a Tkaatra GI>M I* Nat I Form-4 Cartaon..vlll AlmaaMta I tam'Nwa 10-11 Mlaatni, Unkt I and their children Karen r Il met dinners, music, dancing, each nite. Trans

410Hlghwq" t II Chows t Bay Whan John Jr. and Bill are the guests II I

\ .4 HoM1I.Cmn.dr P.MoItta Ti30. Movl. It-It atkr Know BtIlllO o f his parents Mr and Mrs. H. 1 1l fers from Montego Bay Airport to Hotel.
4 .
RCAICTRILiving j sports) -, ..BunraarBiPrt. -4 Hoanh for Tomorrow W. Newsome of Sewallt Point. Transfers from
Qiwut4too S .., Truth. .* Oan<*qnnM Color) Hotel to Montego Bay Air.

10.11- ...Jonnr.11 .........,'* Daathtaf T It Cartaon Oo.pol Tim 10." T.nn.... Knil; Par4It Captain Newsome! I ii stationed at

ti.a--4 lha Kntarlalnar II ,..,.* Thaatr (Uila:i444+t-7-ll Guhllnf Waw.Ll4k Beale Air Force Base Calif. They I !port. Luxury accomodations at oceanfront

1 ,Color"! TV: 4.1 11.11 Ooh Artilun Hop, f.tnllrtoo $ BiOO Movl-4 Opl favgrtMt AltertI_ arrived for Thanksgiving' and, will! hotel .with 0.2'acres- of groundS',' i8- hole' golf'
It'll Valaatln Dt' weeks.
T Muuwlebl.' : be here two
.00t.o. LIT
0330"bom.r: !)!. UINC. I It Hlnrln I Tim III Dl.l. I L RIN I I course. Complimentary Cocktail Party one
I.' Jack HannyIdIt 11 Nr.. ::.: "II"r .... M. Way' I
V It Oi>lin>k H"l I s13o- drool" faH ii A warning signal that sounds nite week. Free bottle
of Rum
11 Nrwn11011I
p. I lOiOO- 4 The' Hapartar 00.nl. C...... Dhkl Drak is turned off asa
". \ IIh. I Jack Par "iOD 4 Thla I Ie taa Ufa when a curs ignition
\ \ JO... riHht nf th Wk 1 ,11+It playhoua It gift. Free use of Tennis Courts Beach and
., 10.3D'n.trait Talamlio. t ,._ Mow* with the lights on prevents: Icav- I ,

II Th DalwtioM 10 P.n Amarloaa 1130, "4 A. iba World. Torn ins lights on overnight.' all hotel
,. recreational facilities.
I" II Illnhwar I'.trol II nk.rhl.: 4 l 03tw Baond BMrtII .
IOt4S- .10 Nibs That SpanIUOo4'4.7.1. Olrl Tulki ,,... --.oow., ,0 '. .. ..... For
.. Movlatao ft t Strip A.t.. 1'sn 11.1. reservation* Bad complete Information
N. Wathr, gportlnJa '- ...... II
; -4 r.llh for Today I 45-1 H* Mr -u;,.. -III..u..lo. 1T 7-2./n

uww -If_.No.'.. "Wnlon ......rld" RorlwMM'Ta. CbrUtoihm of laltkII (,00,4 P.......... LakesideVillage I SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT
,., Tanliht with Jokaar. tlaraaaI ,-, Loratva Taunllit
I*. C,... Bhowlt .,144_Bull Sand. Wlnkl Hart *=It-It Nawa
I\II.ht..t.hV." i>O 4 Homo Party
-PERFORMANCE PROVED- 4'011 too11 Movie N.. I lOroa 4 lamp Into My PuntS 4-7 Tlw bortonIt
Paltk Pot TaaayI
.... - - Btlll Bmall V.... .,,1-1.Day 1 In N..Court.

RCA VICTOR SATURDAYDtC.lt I* P........... Worship Hour 10 {.la* H.: r "t1--n'. N...
I II DI.s..ory ,00-4' : T* Tall ,
Ii 10130, -4 Ixx*. lip' and Uv. I.t Anotlwr World JAN DAVIS! .1 H<*, Sonnd
i efforts t Won of UfaT 10.11 GnraJ HowltaJtlO

ONE-YEAR! WARRANTY Manlnc Watra Mra. WUirdIt 1.,1-1 M_. MMts.ot5lotItIW'Fo.ISN11.Ns
...11lIunI.).. __...... "Malhi. .. Monrl of GloryIt > -4 "".. of M.h. rt
on all:' part, includint your ColaXCLUSKVB matlea In Waatvrn CulUira Pork, Pig IIt 5.t Tea Don') Bay (Color. Mr and MM. Ray Phoenix recently *

t picture tube! ..ilO-4 Comady Tlma 11,00Comrra'.. 470..4I Th.Bl.Tonn t Stan*Marrlad* entertained Edward Ward I ,

SALES SERVICEFRANK'S .i4a, t--l-ll 19 Artnad N...Forts I.rh":' I May *. M Wk Coos. her nephew, and Earl Mekler of
".....11 Woralilp Halt : Ohik
Mlakoy Mua4
f tOO-4 C..II...... II Pint. _..tl.1 Ckank. 14.it Far 0..k...b Club I Miami. Al" s guest was Mrs

TV I Hopaloni la Clmn Caaaldyt 1 1.ISO-4 Bold' Jntinwr 4IJO: 4 Mvta flrMI AlUn' ....,..., I Florence Robert, hit sister, from
( 7 P..pla Are funny "
10 Cartoon CorninM1,01.II I* Ma. fur Hhut.llt 1 ....Ie. "Hooky. Tosh' Maywood N. J.The .
and APPLIANCES Comady CI..hI' Tow lino- BiHiator llniathar nod let.1I Molar A_...... T'nnaer4S'I /
TOOt-T Fun recent
N..e' Cary guestswere
f Ileadqarten. for Nawa Luna HaniarIt HolI.n"A'__ ,.... Amerlrin N.wilt. .n4atao Mrv Avis Baldwin and ion, 17400-4, Shlrlq Tomp" _a MM Hunt
1 Lhtoi Colo' TV .TtM.100lIu.I OMila'a........PrUnJ. f ON.dr. Msdaa It wendwood3wba Walter from Union City. GIVE BETTER
AT 744S UII 1".I.h. II taft Tim
Dta I Advantui Thmtfwf
725 Colorado Ptia N... ',SO-I Toil. Soar Herman and May Henjes than
:: Club ISIS -II Itiai.10 lit ABO NewaIt .
10 '. o_ ppotIllrbt ed dinner with Mr. ,
ani ThanUgivmg
: -l oa rdu.atlo Booky HI I>Wj* *
i .11,0'!.i t"Mornln* Playkania ItOO-l florid rnatlmll 1.1a-. ri.kln. Weather Spells and Mrs. Richard Sandrock from

1 ailO- 'to Wirn.r Broa lltaatntit 7 Jnkn Wava Thntr. tvealutliOO Fort Pierce their ton. Richard, 'MWf
'l* Baala Ship 10 Champlnn.blp Pooling .....
I -4-1 New Wetk, .
"HOBiiparma. Ii30o,, h.ua .and. An.w.ra Hadikln no.11.hlmon 1 N..... W..,.... and S. Baabt, both from West .
t Bpae AnnlaI (145-4 Washington It Movie.a. >: *.., OM Bkoald B. Palm Beach.

Bwa Bunny s In4 too.Ir00 Colt. Marrlwl". Make every day a holidaywith

--t lrat M m.nl. In Nook. .II Bport Com..wt atotlO Many and Rose Oaler are hap"

10 M 14 M.
tilt- py
Bill Tlma
I banalnc
j Almost Everyone Listens To ---1 Wmllln' It ) from Washington. D. C. She to
::: *0 fWHIkw* PtkNl4tl !/
WSTU t Prantur.il Plli>k.ra > ::4 wear: Mrs. Alice Faseo. Mn. Galcr's a gift
4,- 4 Los Anxln Ham roe Ian i ivanrl. .
RADIO ..* 41 .. 5,10-4 M,1.Ik-Mrlskb.NonS ....! brother John Boccma, and hit .

| MuduMl.bw.t Patrol f )1_. Want** wife from Ormond Beach Joined
I Isr4w them for the weekend.
11 Laurt. and Kv: :r-w.lw Co**.bwrN.w.Nsal.r '

4t30, ombal-4 TwaoUata C..la'7 II BrtaUwfNew The Herb Huffman had her
-Bn OeahaaaTiOO I i
4 .111'10
4 aunt. M he Jack Welch, hit wtf and two 1f1
sTNDATTaN11 son w
1,00..1 Bold V.nUn
MONDAY .... IATV1IDAT' ) arNUdTssoMMNAD' .., WII4 Klntdon T t Jimmy Mov. """.rtak.ta'. a, .Wnaefvl 4 .... tlf* I children. Lourna and Jack Jr. .I I

e1M 1f1'1 WIIII4TIII: 5th t .... ., rta.l.t I I ,.10-1 'i'o Tall th* Ties with them for a few days before : ,
., .' TATH' NRH.WrtM .. I'.' ... 4 Prl.lol Court
.n 1117
.M LLAIn/. 11-11 Veaw ta ika .*.... *f I..1 leaving for Morgantown I n d .
4.> Taair N.wa Mlailatrr Mry ajajir at lop ft*. : .=. : Ma./. f I Welch was a member of tho Lake E1-

TIP I "*... a. ,..... fciMMrtaaay TIN .11.1 BA4. r.. Ot OHrnih a toss.* Worth Fire Department. I 01
...../ p r.p.nn r4 5,05 kaw W4 MMplld : :=_ Btaav IMN.4 TkM" far S.ra.ssll I :

L..1 III.... St IM 0.4 I..... p Nailaul Haw .too- Laey Hhew4.T Vic and Cbrinne Deneweth sir
-.d y WUUani lied Ed and the Harry Aliens
I I II lt.ll red M. Sabey ELECTRIC 505011RECTdt

I ,tSO -4 Ma.y Mat Batvnal SliM.'. tA5e ItURICERUDIHJIutl mCTRlC DlSIIWUllEIt

MONO? nmr I ATI HD AT BI7VDAT ''YOU TV gtTMILES 0.1 ."iTniVcVeaay. ... Bun
I loll lark and) Doc Davis entertained
RID AT ,... Wrl4 *f M.ala 1114) ....1.* (%..*. IMM>.4 Blalterr. PaM of
.., .. CLOSER AhTred HII._" Doc's niece Elizabeth Knoute.! and ,
III H.1141* BM4Jrt4 ) ln *M M *- 4-f
10,00. ...... /s.1.M n.ar1 .411 aw aw41 U- 14-11 Be C* ey her ......nd. Lieutenant' Colonel

10,15 5000. .u.1l...MY .r:1:::= *wvk TO AU Iarao-4..B.,...INI dw:y )1.tIea_twllaWawda W_..... Lloyd Knotiae! (ret.) from Clear- f541

1 .I = -... ...-I. Ilwel:: :.owya.W441. |*..a p.01015 III._. Nw Tilts I Il*4. a... "5.-h! V.eSk1. water Also Mr. and Mrs John t ( ) II}

IIM coal ad 1111I11 'W .f ..... U- ..... % STATIONSInshsfl' It BtwrMrkl twaaMIttM Davit and daughter' Kim, from
... .. .... n- W..I! *Jrw* :iK I. ay 5gr. 4* -4 Juhnn CarM tkMrI Lake Park. i :
II1 SLAM M.nl. OMwt 5150IA01
: :. =.1 w- N.ws 1!. Bl:,: AM4I WltkMI4rk l a Cross

1 .f on .,. ...- 1115. Nom Cw. Ac. fro Nawa .. *-... Bill and Louis Lenox had din0 I, TIM tmiNO mn..crat t05thR

t Ijdm I oM ::::. a..ar 0-.. HWCMANNEL 11.55-Nikr..W j' .: er with Emit and Ron. Amman tf wente Dlna UCTWMRCONOmONlRCrw /
1,0.11y toe u Aftu.S. P55w S..d.F.r5r4.. It )I...".....h. Havt and Ruth and Tom Travers in
... -
tMa1kA td' N.v.. ... .
Wet i" s..wsds 1155h Welt! Palm' Beach. ,114
+ N.we] Af_ .... I..d.p
1 Sbs;' I. III... T"u"DA"Tr"
d.O'. 'dI .. ti 1 SMw ".: ..-.,. --- Ray littley returned hom

1 i,' atg.ft. l wF M...., flits"M: N.i..4. .... :: :=,. IMN.Isp,5 MASTER MC 11Il..y Thursday .fter'lIninl major Mu- B Bwtfat gift which t.ht. boU family can ",joy.A major lrtrfc: appKanrattnd. .i .

5,0M. .. ,,_. .0.N III... left at Sl. Mary1 Hospital the good WIes or Christmas the .
l 5.... MY4 5gw Nad Ibnp .081 lwat< other 11 montha of the )'ear... .:

::= ....no.... ( Sb' w :::: :::: 4dt 0 i pM.rds : ::-11: "GoldenCross .111..115Sw p> wale..So-airy Cuk.w 'MiM-S4 The Benaons have returned from for year to come.FlumiwM 4

4 at w.- 4,0: U..4 pens'.' 5w .::.c-.t-: :.; .51r ta4,--" Mwl P.Manl. "1:__... DM IfAlannna Virgin Itlanda cruHe: which will / appGanm ere a big step in modern livinj. 'I'1woy'n clean,

4a1a I ties 1few. 4.55 M..d Ibsw MNtbw, Fire"Inibiting surely kip them remember their e cient. and cowmiical to openU-th. .but word in
.. News I..1. atyta. beauty, and mmerMWy. '- .
5,10 iaM N.w. :I5 .. tarp-fobrt wet thug aiaruvcnary.
= Manaav tIt4)w >
: UN ..1 : BkwW tams > Popukr practical preferred, and ,
appnciattd. So
live bttttt thai
15" ii .. -4 Ln..1 U>
M. N .. lI.lb a powerful OoUnCroM
150 woe: ;:.: ....., \': ,N4.N :, |It MonOa. Twiwawt Asnl. BaJW The It.DIetI Baysmfenreturned h a Qri*tmaa..mt DM whole family will live better aO'round-.fectncallyt
Low's Fire U tctutlly l lib mo*> A.. :
SAM W .. .*- (.. hgS par4.a.if .. iTrom Salubury Md.
-1 II. ... "C\oMIto.
P SNere Iwub.wa 115.5Sow. /155
TV thetMatiam
IM tow. Ing your lOt nuke nearer 1 ...c.. "I.I.a M 151"iS. .
.... JI._ .... MNN f.wwF. I05as YouH pee l orpaa darer ISIJhN: ri *e c*-*aa The newest LaknUe VHIagerB
gM11'.5.'rL ....*. >4 tk* BfMfal :, a: B J* Mr. and. Mrs. HiutfeUt from
f .." Put. IwMM $ *. at Ita, O**. picture en afl dMoncla.WilcoxHardyTV. .,44V-. naklM Fhwl. ; '

r lllf a:,:.. ..... I4N Mow....... Iwi1 Radk N. '. :-111lJMltaJ.JIfJY! ::!{' s.. i
New WaMke*. .
taO 4-1
w d LeS ". w_ Want to inset a folly Santa? ... ,
jfceIt *
.. iv : ::_ T few*. W *O arr./IYIvs. rot'
535 & w5.tt ; U/M firs.. I4)4W 44m OM Mal ... "The >.... BWke. G*> to Seen .. Fort Pirot) any day
.., Jesus CC D **. Be.- J g FIIlla PIts
t from to and l if.51.Ills & LENT CINPIIT
i.'IL" PBM. AT WJ41 II' UawM .Awes
iJWl s-a.sal Hen i iuuI(. ( laMVllIaJf. .rJL/7Ar '1..,. !..OItOJA2d'

(SBua WWin*...* 4" f Sit '77 JfBMti Beal 51st- _.. .

11,141; III, .If '" .

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THE STUART (Florida. ) ,NF.TVS n..*..'. Dewnrfwr. 10. ,1964 3-C





lions before opening the contain ___ 4>. .I>..-

Nominations were opened b y SOIL
PesticidesTo the members present for the coming (No. 27 through Dec. 4)Location ) CONSERVATIONI

year' slate of officers. It was I I
hone Contractor Description Amount I
unanimously voted that the
Men's GroupSixtyone present officers headed by Ray The U. S. Fish and Wildlife I dy Clare, Mrs. Charles. Catch Victor i
Friel president and \V. E. (Bill) City of Stuart Service delivered' rinj'rlinalream\ | Emmanuel and White Empress I II

member and guestsof elected Ambler for vice the president coming be re- IJtOnw', Barber Shop! 24 East Ocean lkUlcvardnlmeNI,1, Coutnxg l l Air-conditioning S 700Sarv7Fe recently, to co-openl.rc" of the ;
the Men'a Garden Club met at Other discussions! covered ways Humble 011 & Refining (\). N. ,Ilviy. end N. Fork fl e. Duffy : Station :1\.000 Martin Soil Conservation l District APPROVAL REFUSEDthe

Martin County agricultural building and means by which the club couU M. Horloy J.f,()jJ uth FNtra1 Highway None Addition! 430 The fish hal her\ tunk-lruck I I, Hoard at Tallahasseehas
help funds for the further j "'1', )00 gave bluegill and redcur bream to refused approval' nt Anchor
Dec. 1 to hear L. M. Johnson, provide William Ross ,.gJ.,!!a1r.t'okce Street Alumera Awning
beautification of Martin County. 301)Rendodel C W Scott, L. M. Johnson, J. A. age Hostel for dredging in submerged -
Mrs M. Garrett Martin" Moolle H"rne Park Hart Awning I
county agent speak on the use It voted +- 'UmU' .past the Martin
was lo help the Garden
and dangers of pesticides, with the Cluti of Stuart In its coining tour I leon Hawken 1!1 West Seminole Street Al'O'toltIIulo.M 1Y IWO Slay South Meadow Ranch, 1. B. I I County bulkhead line.

caution that all users of pesticides of Ctiristmas-sJecorated homes by Bit'! Shankle rti i\ Mobile Horne Park None: Awning 2010Reckknco )( Carpenter, C. C. Underhill H. E. ]I
should note the warnings and cau- offering cars and driven to assistin Jenkins, Schramm's: Flowers, D. S.
----- I transportation where required.. I Martin; CountyJensen Smiley and Spring Lakt Rest : Tops In Design

Heathcote I Manor About 10.000 fingerling
Belford' Cot )Highlands Al Cox 10.000 bream were placed in fishpondsthat ,

NurseriesArchitect Christmas Bazaar AI SanddlThelrna Skyline. Heights. I let Addition Same Residence 9.000 bad been approved and treated KING'SIGNS

On December 12A : Mack New Monrovia, sId None AJJiti'2 O earlier by the Soil Conservation : i!

Destgaed Landscaping Boy Scouts of America South county area None lloul kl\\J'atlO IOIMIO \ Service.: Information on fishponds .- I'

Orlentxl Design A Specialty Christmas bazaar, sponsoredby Tyson Flowers Monterey Road Mitt Construct Company fvklition packing J shed fI.OeM) ,Is fish"available deliveries' and management the
through u I Ii
Line of Omamtiital .
Complete the St Joseph Guild, will be
S. Soil Conservation Service' Stu
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Plant Material The Indian held next Saturday Dec. 12 from --- -- -- i

River Area's Oldest Landscape 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on the church art. I
I- M. 1lhn'lCllnd D. 5.1 I of
Our 38la Year. Tun grounds at East' Tenth Street, Stu Gives More lice I
Nursery Hot food Careful Planning SpaceThe Stuart are recent new cooperuiortwith : NEON SPECIALISTS
art. barbecue
including a
Right off US. 1 al Llndsley pies cake. coffee, hot dogs ,Ihe' Martin Soil ConservationDistrict. I Fort Pierce HOward 4-1399
Lumber In Fort Pierce Phone district
floppy joes" and cold drink will ; Simply stated a
HOward 15332. be served all day. cooperator l II a landowner who
I requests that the district: coopcrate .
There will be a Christmas booth
- --- The first group of figures with him In planning' and
with articles for I ap- I GEORGE'TNELSON
. S dolls ninny and Muffed gifts, aprons, In the house number represent I lying a ...\il.n water
toys fancy work,
the feet of liva- ronooerva'i
square lion plan on his land.
articles, ,
cakes cookies
religious pies
able area in the house. (The District will assist Mr, luce and
and home made
bread rummage
HOME LOAN and white elephants and other group is an office num Mr. Johnson" In obtaining toll j I Isurveys
ber.) According to Jan Reinher -
plants. There will be children's P '
) Consult a local contractor
and fish for their farms.
activities, teen and tal-
a room a I'aintingInterior
TALKS. ent contest for children sixteen for an estimate of SKI! maps and planning photon
building cotts.
were ordered recently fur
years or younger with Ed Clayof Boy
WSTU as master of ceremonies. Jcoirts' Camp near Jupiter, Frank1"hlJln Exterior
by don herold Mrs. Frank Pelosi i i in general chair- of the loop Road and Dial AT 704Lktmed .
man. By JAN RHNFR John lirdike on Stale Road 76. A Insured.
J Home No. 1130-141)I I Die maps and photo will be used"
l t.y the owners" and Soil fonservnii -
Saved e"ou h METAL Economy of construction \\t the stance the 28-foot-kmg/ living- 1ROa00M a10CM e1Da00M ii>n Service technicians to assist
kc\ in this ( with ill sit large windows 01.1$ 1 10 Ias10I -
t 0 th \ nore I.IJO-squure-foot dining area he former In deckling hand-uve
trohl We Are Workers In MetalIF
home designed for one- bus a 3-feN-wlde fireplace and practices needed' for
WE DONT HAVE IT 1'ei"fror living. centered on the end wall and a I of land. these. services everyacre are EAST COAST LUMBER

thOOtr WE CAN MAKE IT This stab house!, with dimensions julousieJ door leading h> Ihe E hIH1 to farmers and! ranchers
40 by 29's': feet provides screened porch ((10 by I 14 feet); F %? belonging to or enrolling In Ihe & SUPPLY CO.

1 more space for the building and If this tcrrawo-paved porch 1.:4r1 Q H f Martin. Soil Conservation: District,
week !11 lar than Is unusually J possible, were to he extended another 5 fret = TIM district also provides conuliive "Morthi: County's Planter
i to careful planning which dOI'j' : I toward the ilrccl.' a brick barbecue Y and technical help with the Bunder's. Supply"'
could be built hack-to- LIVING a00M DINING .tTOM/
(I) fusion of living and pit Installation of many seal) water
areas into one space, ((2)) hack to the fireplace and! would Ie N L. .'llI. plant, recreation and wildlife practices. *
STUART PLUMBING i back grouping of bathroom and cost'\ very little extra money. Where .
1s !& METAL WORKS ; laundry fixture ((3)) centrally located desired the 12 by 9-foot dining I Ii The Martin Soil Conservation 287.1611

M *4. ATUntta nasal earlPAINTSHARDWARE i I house heal. ((4) consistent room can be separated from the I.--'''''- ---4OranNt .-.. If you ileslra' camelllu (for un-
of stock Hems, such win I living room by a 6-fooi-wlde folding
use and ,
------ -- -- a clipped hedges screens then RAILWAY I DRIVE
door (not shown here). A cabinet' with a built-in washbasin Inuied. Otherwise' the ceiling of
I slues studs! and rafters and ((5)) i ; ; plant' AppfebloMom (II"rml of
A First Federal omission) of exterior decoration I to-ceiling china closet: 4 feet at one end and 10) cubic feet of i Illw tNrtIUl1hall court .be furred Tricolor,
I is tucked away in the n.or.1 handy storage space undernciilh to allow healing duct work over -- -. --
such as ironwork built-in planters" The" varieties
I' following are
or brick (>I'll. the dining room, handy I. behind two horlzonially sliding It. 1 he fire-place-especially If H* tested I tar informal

loan givesyouthe .".. .. I,i.. In cpuwuteaxrkash emphcsiseconomy Dis kitchen door door. lice 3-foot JLub. ..with t a 1; 11In'n:: output: (U Increased by BI r.leuan: Pink, GJgantea plantings, Jarvis I: I STUART'S OF STUART
head loculed I steel circulator 1 should I t.
shower it -
over i '
lht}s house .rn4lx uWea, ,, There are three .\OJ.ow/cd "bedrooms I I' Rod, Lady Clare l leucaniha, INTERIOR nF.\IGN. i
PIPEr j j1 from the window, and thenewtype .be overlooked! for ,
I many Jesirabl" features.. For in-. which. for quiet and privacy away not quick occsikinul Prince Eugene Napoleon and I
whole house r .. ". 1u"'Io.' .-1 face the garden side of the wall-stiNpendrd! toilet Is heal.Plun Sweetl Vera for maw and buck-C: Lat
home No. '1130.140 ,,
hiiklen behind Ihe showerhead for
discreetly IIT"ru
end bedroom feature ,j
PIM Cut t* ak.Nk house Ihe two round 1 use. select with varieties t as
KUclrkal. /q.lk. ST. LUCIE PUMP windows." Separationand wall.Continuous. i were" drawn by architect; Jan Rlnler CA.'TaI "
corner Debutante
NOWIf Mats Bm.h.. lor Black a DMkw, I soundproofing between the savings on heating'I the editor of Florida Home !. Governor_Mouton, (La- I ....L oaenatlap
aka, P..1N C.kl..aa ..h.rk & WATER SUPPLY bedrooms IK accomplished by two fuel (gas or 0111) arc derived from !plan "Nw>k. the book .is available! '7 aupcovtll
INDIAN RIVER SALES the central location of the heater at Vale tt<* and "book ., a
it for Institutions like !Monterey Rd.. R.F.D. 2 24-mth-deep.; I lloor-Uvceiling Storage I marling UND SAY WATERCONDITIONING I-'a f
weren ON THE RRIVC ONE' : MILl: NO. wall either !built the jobor (marked II on plan) especially if i Mires or by $1.25 k>>> IOta I HtanAOS.I
on JI:1
Gould A F W. Water ( ?
First Federal Savings of Vero assembled from factory-built doors are lo be left open In which -1 'ifiy-secimd Street North Si uaNITull'

Beach you'd see plenty of scenes ; & Vac-All Tank Loader units). The I II I by II master bedroom I; case all heating duels can be elim) Pek-rsbiug. 1:1.: ... 31710.. .! fckt. !Srrvk-e- Rental sal 28700344
AT 1.0133 has 8 feel of closet! space and .
like the above. Complete .
., WE ALSO Cm...REPAIH..:w..... ALL Sr>l_PUMPS. the other two "bedroom have S WATEN CONDitIONING BCRVICE Ins_ .,--
People would have to wait 20, rFLO iCING' WELL DRILIINO feet of closet each. The 3-foo-wid I I Camellia Culture Is MANY WATER sorrmm
25 or 30 yean to own a dome .. WATER SOFTENERS bedroom hull is kept U> a minI- MODEL AVAILABLE PLUMBING RBPAIRS
IPRINKtrR SYSIEMS mum size and a door (not shown ALL EEATUItE llfETIMEPiaREdLAaa ANI CC>NS1RVC..OSriJ
or a piece of business BY WELL SUPPLIESDEPC44'.4B1
property. here) c.n:1"1: il off from the TANKS

They'd have to buy a door one I noise of the living room.' The linen i I A Florida Pursuit Call for nut: Walrr llnrdnrs
week, a couple of windows next and broom closeti, as well a* TrMAIA
1 the bathroom, are accessible from I l J Ml. So. M20J
week, and so on. this hell I

But a loan from First Federal The kitchen: ((9 by I II I feet) It, IIFRVEY; SIIARPEFlorida :, Flower-wls. the camtllias arc. i -- .-
It I Is
Atrirulriiral F trnlimStrvlif .divided Into s.vca groups. es -
will give you the ENTIRE pro e. \%VOOIJINL! TILE [ ten street Ihe and homemaker quick access B view lo the of 01'1 I Ii 'scniiul' ,to kain to recognize 1flower --- ("()\lrl.F.'R r / tH
form If you are lo "speak, '
perty NOW when you need it \WL ASBESTOS Kitchen feature include: the i A ciuncllw: have AUIO11OfVfR1TA10.1
ceunndon-.lath the' 'jargon of a camellia fancier al R. C. INDSRYIMAl'IlT
and you can start living in it or ASPHALT I 'SERVICEResWeellul shaped work counter with its one thing in will' the flower shows this fall. ,-

using it at once, and PAY* you RVIIBfR I A CommrKUl ((5)) under the fl.l ot-wkl. window make iheniwlves al horn. in your The Power form rang front the ,d SenIHIM LIe'D 'sail,"WIlIt...

LIVE. You can clean up your loan .. PARKAY I PAINTING (Rf'l a righthanddoor) handy lo the dining refrigerator table( yard llosvevcf with proper, she camellia car*. I I' more I simple single lo the irregular. dou 'J\! 1 : ,

in comfortable monthly installments IJNOLEUMRESANDINC I mCORAIING I and the sink, :r1.hem range (K) considerate. Nowhere In the literature hie or peony form. .In between are SaRq" .
the seininhHible, Incomplete I deu
I I PAPIRIIANGINGI with a hoot! on will find thai a camellia
over many years. I you ble. Inihrlcalcd JmtM, tiered and
the outside wall lo eliminate expensive
Cumpkte IT irliii| Service" xl rkw.. iRlrrior howled at the moon at 2 a.m.. or GARAGE
duct work for the fan (tee the regular Imbricated.If HASONS
You can save money on your whined J lo come Indoors al the WEISPAINT
Commercial F.S111LtIISWORIII
RttNdftldal A IRtF. arrow on plan). Wall abinetashown are unable to fecognlfe
loan from First Federal because! first, sprinkle! of rain. you DIALAT74JI1
'ROJUl.SNICKERSON ( tlmuxJ) are on either aWe Regardless' of your reason' for the various flower form from the I
their initial costs and Interest rates 2874472 of the window." selecting, plant as a hobby, any I shove name, then It I Is a good ..WII.. ,....... "1,,_. Last & APPLIANCES

art reasonable and because they 227 W. OSO:OL\ AVE.Simday the 7-foot-kmg laundry center variety of japonica will accent the Idea lo get a copy of RtensbnService _. .. --- -
the chance to reduce it located on the Inside wall of beauty! of a garden during I Ihe' I Bulletin' IftlAi I "Orowlog MS (MRADO
give you Nlahll, ft llulldavs POSE on ICE ARCADEAT UM kitchen' (facing I the bathroom) flowering perIL.. Another ._1- I Camellia In MorUa." .Il. Is available 217-IIM
your total Interest costs by making DIAL 2S7-47 7-2447 with the dryer-washer combination the plant product B display" of from county and home uVmonslralkNi > SAM RHODES : ADMIRALMajor

advance payments at any time, .. (WD) Installed on outside wall flower during fall and winter : agents.Shopping .
without penalty -- --- -- -- ---- - for direct ventilation (ewe arrow when many other ornamental. |, for cuiiMllw* b *Lz construction inc. !
'r'l! Appliances
on plan) ilk hot water healer hibernating.Canielluu. a lady buying a dres*--il may
RELIABLE SortaK km era Iran .. a 'Ieeoe the bathroom" ) lo save on pensive landscape Dr. F. W, I I make osikingl. Ontfi
b, Ik.. ,..'.. ....... ... .... fcmnM SEPTIC: TANK SERVICE, INC. copper tubing. A 3-foot-wide counter Mcflwce, uses horticuliurUi says with the I i you place can U> look I Isis the ".tnll1 w. Builder i( .

._* Cr..rrr.wi"I. Tw Mr..seal. add M MT... P. O. Boa II IJOO Sonth Dick. Highway Stuart. IlorUaPmaM cabinet and B closet ire part I Agricultural) Eitension" Service I, er show' scheduled fif this fall Moore
_u tkM.Copyrighted. of the bunJry Cents I 12-inch- Camellias can be used as foundation ; 1 I arts! winter Al the .h.... you still Developer : Dcnjnmin)
*(t Mr 1964)) Moaomblc-State and F.IM. Approved" Tank deep wall cabinet ere mounted I I plant, maw. screen and accent .I I ohwrv' the latest vogue In flowers I Paint & Wallpaper
SANITARY TOILETS over the counter, the healer and I planlmg lawn and background ; and frock I

WANTA INSTALLATION! REPAIRS CLFANOUTS the washer" (shown dotted, on plan | grouping, clipped and un Unless. you are willing lo take" a SAI.KS? OFPICKJfSvIN .
Pho Against the window wall of the i clipped )hedge and a* tubbed specimen chance on success. It M i B good. : lunl)
COMFORTABLE Office AT 74i PAUL D. covias I'nt. 6 by 9-foot l bathroom i is B Formica I I'i in the patio or In the rfcf-1 Idea lo shy away from the :untried ron Of fin III\G, I I PAINT

MORTGAGE? I . AT 7''20 LORRSP.: .. COMM Secy..Tr. I..T.. room.. camellias can be j: lime. varieties varieties and of camellia ttbof UM old-
AT 7U41Nfehtt sasanuua 2X7-1710 I "SAVE 10%' ON'
... __ i.. .. HoUdayt ELEtTAtCA11M0 ''K used I' espaliers for creating total] Varieties! thai ir d known M
tf 'i
... .. life patterns. on otherwn; grow well In Florida Include C. PURniAAK: OP
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:T_.oN aIoM e.. ..'L.w.l.l It eI. Ie 1w..r.-,......: eating fence and wan tpccr M. Hovey, C. M Wilton, CWkltl), Phil Maker $5 OR MORE!
-th5v -- I Slow-growing camellia varletict 0....""... Lady Marlon UII. .- ..... Alp..
..- ...- RESIDENTIAL art best for .bast, accent and hedge i jI I rook Lady Mary aCInI"' ''. Mr*. I
pbonrt. Ver Beach 8C2-U73 I plantings, while" varieties wi i thtfxrwlmg '' (lt.rles' CoM, *.*, John Draytcm -- -.
I growth hsbrts are reown- and ScmWouhU BIwtb.. .
COMMERCIAL mended for maw group ami IMS- For amelliM/ for ws. in tmn. HEATERS RANGES WASHM5

FEDERALSAVINGS .. clipped/ hedge ptaMmfs! Varieties plantings saitct Ape Plrna, Ap* WATER HEATERS
FIRST .. Otrr 21 Years Pt*.,...,.
Motors Rewound ha), ,
I basing a pyramidal or uf right ptfbtos*])"! Cleopatra. o.WI01
II art best suited for KCtnt formal L'legiins Putk. For cllppt4. 'badge' .*
k LOAN Home Wiring & Outlets ALL WORK I planting a ad Icr clipped try Chwtful. Cleooaot. lawn "

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:. IDJlr( Stuart N r1U.6 ERNEST LYONS COLUMNS f ,

The Wind rJ
:w;? THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1964 R r R
I t.
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,: From the East
''i __. .__o. _. PuHWied! every Thursday at I Ill beet Ocean Boulevard, ; I
.-.' .. Stuart, Martin County Florida "

I :. :.' :' ,Entered .M second-class mail matter at pool office at Stuart, Florfcfci n Blows on World

t 7' r.t '( ;J!*,(* ,..-''. MEMBER OF: '

I/ ', FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION .-..... wNATIONAL . ... THE NEWS behind the news in the global
i ; ;
: EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION IOn liet, billed as Communism! versus Capital- t

i t ', j AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS win, isn't primarily about that Starkly, cut r d
to the hone, exposed t to light it is between, 1 4N.
: rti
1 I ,fI-w a ; CORDON', LOCKWOOD. Publisher ERNEST F. LYONgiJditor, social order that believe in God and those
that don't

: : "' .. .. -MAIL,.SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.50 per year two years lca

M : w S8.,5.0. (Subscriber; living part of the year In Martin County may pay at those;rales) I 1' THE' BIGGEST STORY of the Twentieth :*

' I a s Anywhere else in U.S.A., $5,00 per year, two year $}.50, Century is atheism versus religion Attacks on !

J :_ ., Six month' $2.75: three months $1.75, God in the United Stales are flurries of the

i', Foreign and Canadian rates on application( Dark Wind from the East It has already taken .,, '

over half the globe! :,

\ .; THE. GREATEST factor of change!! on

!L Prepare for a RecordbreakingWinter this world until now has been the advance of

Western civilization. With it went a sense of

t Season Advice of AAAGet responsibility to God. There were Christian
: slave ship owners, but there were also dedicated -

' persons of faith and principle who
Get those rental accommodations ready. For the calendar year, tourism is running helped stamp out slavery end tyranny and

.1 Spruce up your services for visitors Florida well ahead of last year, when more than cruelty, (wife burning in India is an example),,

I s appears to be headed fof a recordbreakingwinter : 14,000000 visitors! spent a total of $2,300- and ultimately, through education and a transfer -

season; according to Myron S. Gray, 000,000 in the state The tourist volume for of principles, raised some formerly savage

t Director of National Touring in Washington, this year is estimated at 16000,000 with an peoples to responsibility and self.rule, The

c, D C expenditure of $2.800,000,000.() West has much of which to be proud A WIDE VARIETY OF SHOES sorted GRANITIWEAR DIPPER
I by Mrs Harris Lowery AN OLD FASHIONED shown h,
ji In laid a report, to the Miami AAA office, greatest He said number the: automobile of visitors brings to Florida by far-the an impelled. by its moral and spiritual beliefs Sr.. who was one of the helpers during a sale held by the United Mrs Robert Fenton, was one of the scores of items sold

| Gray : Daughters of the Confederacy.Treasure DeMolay Mothers at their recent rummage sale,
[ h "The present state of advance hotel reservations estimated 83 per cent The airplane account NOW THERE is an ominous switch in

r t indicates that "Christmas' may come for 11.6 per cent; tram, 2.7 per cent and bus the winds of change Tho atheistic Dark Wind

two weeks early this year." 2.8 per cent, "< from the East is pushing back the West That Houses Here Lure

I The AAA official noted that the Christ* "Each year Florida's expenditure on vacation is the big story This new wind of change is of Rummage

mas holiday season in Florida has been traditionally promotion-the highest in the nation- "non-humanitarian" to the core
I i'' a tight period for hotel reservations, pays off in terms of a steadily growing tourist .

and added that if current reservations continue trade," Gray said He added that tourist IT IS SOMETHING new for the West to All Types of Buyers Some Socialites

at the same high rate, hotels and motels volume to Florida has more than" riplcd in encounter in modern times-as though Attila, ;
will be heavily booked well in advance of the the post decade
the Hun had been reborn and was coming

j i Christmas season' down on Christendom, or Genghis Khan was and objects of art budget-pricct
again leading the Mongol! Horde. But it is CheapnessBig Many socialites attend to buy what

: t:.ere and it must be understood if we are to others have discarded! For their
I Send Information Please maids of ,
survive. Human beings mean nothing to it. Lure course
; One Stuart lady came home<

: How long since you dropped in at your to build a house on my lot?" IT IS AN insidious and difficult actualityfor with from eight a rummage matching sale last of week slyer I

information office In Stuart? "We want to charter a boat for three to the Western mind to comprehend, that 'Finds'TooBy filigree Work pieces

,. .It'i Stuart Chamber of Commerce officeatU.i five day of soilfishmg." there arc men without moral values or spirit "1 don't know whether they
1 and West Ocean Boulevard, where "Please send information on trailer parks ]
: ual concepts It is almost impossible for ui CHARLEY SIOOKEY are napkin rings stands for glasses ) M
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MraR.osaleen Murray and her assistant, Mr, and trailer lot. to think of men in terms other than those to or just what," she said, "bul
Kathryn Martin, are busily, working-for you. "We want accommodations with swimming which we respond But we must t learn to do it. Rummage-what you don't want) aren't they a wonderful buy at 2
'?', ( U', a regular "Information, Please" headquarter pool close to a golf course." but which somebody else! mayisa cents apiece''"

..' In recent days Mrs. Murray and "What sort of accommodations do you WE MUST realize that a new sort of marketable commodity in Mar The most deadly risk at rummage ',.!
:: Martin ''jt supplied information to have for retirees?" tin County sales I in '
wi.. >ave< society and a most powerful and growing comes women i 1)
scores''of Inquirer from many stale who Answering such requests is only part of Rummage sales are getting to be wear The glint of recognition from
bus been formed by "Un-Moral Man. '
one business here Seldom docs ."
big tweek I'
*jyh. >te. tq.wk such,question, ? It then f: the work being done for you by your em He is atheistic, materially intelligent, scientifically without some the former owner when wearing a .
-. "Where can my wife and I find a three- ployes at the chamber, Tourist visitors are pass group rummage-purchased evening gown ,
advanced, spiritually bankrupt and holding a sale in a vacant store
in for information. New at a social cocktail party can wither -
for four "months? constantly dropping
room apartment building in the area-and some
I 1- "Can you help me on my visit to view business prospects ask and get aid, On top of fiendishly. cunning times three or four are going on women the soul-but feel its worth for $198 it some ,. .. ..
: and buy property in Martin County?" that, the Sailfish Club tournaments are "serv at the same time. "
Inebruary iced" by the office. AN EXAMPLE of his cunning is how In there i. ? !' i.
i "Please tend Information on fishing fact, are two permanent :
IL : ); ." It takes money to operate Stuart's'Information he uses! the rules, the ethics, the spiritual prin.ciples rummage stores in Stuart "
and political freedom of the West lo One is the Cracker Barrel conducted Building Permits
"Can you ,help ma. buy a two-bedroom Please Memberships range from $35 '
In waterfront development for businesses and low $10 for set back the West "You must give people by tho Episcopal Church : ;. '
i home on sheltered water a up as as personal /
?" enrollment So we'll conclude with a freedom," he says "You believe in freedom, Women of St. Mary The other, Total $64,800Twelve :, ; .
all colonialism and allow in the old A&P building on East
You must every
,;:How: about employment both seasonal question which the chamber can't answer,
t fine The Ocean Boulevard, is operated by '. 1'...(':_
itself Sounds
I : and year ':ound?" \I but you con: "Have. you paid your 1963 membership country to govern '' the ...Assembly God Church -ol'I ," niildmy ,\""mittrere'' !it .t ._,!1.........
i : -Whers: ganpY find a building contractor ,dues?" West retreat:. Th'" Red.* jump in grab Palm City However it is open issued in Martin County lost: week '.. ,
\V : \' the countries. All freedom, as we know it,, for a total of $64,8X( ). '
i only on Fridays Saturdays. : t"f / ,, ./ frw
is then abolished for them.
I On a recent weekend the mothers Seven city permits amounted to I : : ;
If' J. Profile of an American of DeMolay members held a $29550( and five county permits i' ;
"YOU BELIEVE in democratic government sale In the Percy Fuge building at accounted: for $35,250 ,
3 5 -' ," says Un-Moral Man, "so you must allow the corner of Osceola and St Lucits :,.''''
lie Know half for vitamin '.
: (Author Unknown-But a day looking pills to make
Stuart. On the first
all political parties full freedom to operate Streets,
r h''" His Countrymen) him live longer-then drive 90 miles an houron ," But, once his party wins by force or at day of the sale receipts amountedto

: t. J He yells for the government to balance slick pavement to make up for the time the polls! a People's Republic" is establishedand $75, according to Mrs. Robert t

I Ip ,the budget and then takes the lust dime ho has he lost all government by the people ends, Fenton, one of the mothersin

I : to make the down payment on his car, He An American is a man who will bawl charge I 1'd AY'
=: '.whip the enemy nations, and then givos'etnI out his wife over her cooking and then go At the Cracker Barrel on Os- .! R
THOSE WHO come under the ,shelter" of cools near St. Lucie Street, the k
I the shirt off his back He yells for speed laws on a fishing trip and swallow half.fried potatoes -
the West's political freedom would abolishall store is daily with members
n that will stop fast driving, and then won't burnt fish, and gritty creek water coffee of the women's turnsat
other political parties if they could gain group taking
I buy a car if It wont make 100 miles an hour made in a rusty gallon bucket-and thinksit minding it. Money received at ofT opinions expressed rel those
t power. The false advocates of the West's"humanity" (he writers. If desired: letter
I An American. gets scared to death if we i is good. liquidate-an unmoral word for the store goes into the church'laeneral are printed above t da plumebut

vote'' a bWion'dollars for education-but he's An: American will work hard on'rt. farm murder-all political opponents when they fund.T never without heoNe know +

; as cool a* a cucumber when he finds out we're so he can move into ) where he cin make gain the upper handCOMMUNISM h. local of the chapter of United helda ing the name of the writer, Letters

i I spending three billion dollars a year for smoking more mo/wy/ so he can move back to the farm. Daughters sale in Confederacy the Dehon build sent In anonymously are filed

1 tobacco. He gripes about the high prices Whcrl/ an American in his office he talk never more clearly showed ing for recently the purpose! of raising money In the waste basket.-The EdItor A FRILLY FORMAL I is held. up for inspection by Mrs. John E.

I of things he hat to buy but gripes still moro about baseball, football, or fishing when he Its unmoral face than when Peking and the to help entertain a district meeting ., I Friday at the Cracker Barrel, operated by the Episcopal! Church

about the low prices of things he has to all Is out at the gomes or on the creek bank, ho Kremlin protested the rescue of bcleagured of the organisation here next SENIOR: LOW RATES Women of St. Mary's

He knows the line-up of every baseball team in talks about business human beings trapped by savage terrorists in February. It was a Friday and PHYSICAL IDtCAIION:
the American and National Leagues and doesn ( Saturday affair and $55 was taken
Ho Is the only fellow in the world who the Their were sincere.. They
J know half of the words in "The Star Spangled! will pay ,5,0 cents to park his car while he Congo protests viewed it for I in the first day according to Editor Stuart News:
meant them They as "wrong"
Banner," 2'-cent'san"wlch. Mrs Evans Crary Sr., one of the In my estimation there are few
cats a the West to rescue intended victims from Red
mad his wife foe An American likes to his day people in Martin County who re
An American will get at cuss government murderers The "human value" escaped them A Jensen Beach church operates
alias how the Martin County
not running their home with the efficiency: but he get fighting mad if a forelgner'docs it. entirely, just as it did in Budapest! and Havana. the Thrift Shop: there, a "con- High physical badly education

a hotel, and then he'lL, get mad at the hotel Wire the country that has more food to tinuous rummage for several is suffering Because 1 took program _

for not operating like a home. He'll spend eat than another country in the world and THE TRUTH is that we haven't done years.Palm. physical education during nt y _L_ )(
diets to keep from it. Were City's of Goo ,
us Assembly
more eating I refrained from taking
enough of it. We should have kept going in junior year _
the most ambitious people on earth, and we Church started a regular weekend
it this year My reasoning:
Arc the so long as there was one !
Those llidden axes personleft sale about six month"
run from morning until night trying to keep ago, according little" or nothing I is accomplished
i Passed on to Consumer our earning power up with our yearning, power.Wo'r. to rescue When we allowed Castro to to I. H. Daniel, the pastor Could this possibly be part ir'
murder hi thousands at back door
our we Ho said that raised
money students
supposed to be the most civilized of the reason why so few
condoned cruel that shocked the is applied to the fund that is used
should know-what savagery out for sports?
We know- or we pay Christian nation on earth, but we still cant go many
civilized world-but not tho Reds to off the debt on the church'sreal
in direct taxes on Income and property to deliver: payrolls without an armored cat pay estate It has averaged about Why not make physical I education
communities, counties states, and the federal In America we have moro experts' on $50 weekend. a benefit' to the students instead
government And we know of certain sale or marriage' than any other country in the world IT IS GOOD to understand the enemy Three per different groups benefitby of an easy credit!

excise! taxes such; d that on gasoline, -and more divorces. But were.. still pretty better Just: as a Christian gentleman on a raft a rummage sale: the person who A Concerned Senior f

But if anyOne thinks these add up to his .nice folks. Calling a person "a real Ameri should find out In advance whether his companion donates articles to be sold, the

total tax bill, he is sorely mistaken. For everything can" Is the best compliment we can pay him is the sort of fellow who would eat buyer of the goods and the organization SHE IIKID COPY

we need and buy is loaded with hidden Most of tho world is itching for what we him without compunction when the hardtackruns holding the sale. .OK MUAKF MWS

taxes*those paid by suppliers- of raw materials have-but they'll never have it until they start out. It gives to the clean householder out attics an and opportunity Editor Stuart News;

by manufacturers, by shippers, by retailers scratching for it the way we did ckxicts and get rid of "w bIte ele- ,A copy of your paper of Nov
and by everyone involved in the long IT IS VERY foolish of us to allow UnMoral phants" or things which have 19 was sent to me from your of
of bringing a product to the consumer M in to trick us with our own rule been which arc fice and I woukl like to have you
process outgrown 0 r
How important are these taxes? The Citizen r-tv; UP DAY SOMUUY: We are going to have to apply his own set outmoded know how much I appreciated: it.

Public Expenditure: Survey of New York Senator Strom Thurmond! writes: : "The cf rubs to him Ho will squawk loud and long The buyer Is> able to purchase I have scanned each page with in-
lereM I amazed to rote<< sucha
provides some startling example. According to number one sound fiscal expert In this countryis and accuse" us of law-breaking, cheating and things at extremely low prices- wonderful am printed: In so

it, a quart of milk carries 87 different bidden Senator Harry Byrd chairman of the Senate spiritual bankruptcy-bul ho will understand ranging' from used clothing to rare small a city but paper of course I can
114 different Committee, He has tsumuted that it antiques. There are "just; lookers
of Finance
<< taxes, a pound hamburger to see you cover a large area. I enjoyed .
hidden taxes a pair of shoe, 126 different would take 600,000) years to pay off our \\LSTERN MAN is going to have to stretch, serious small shoppers and trying those reeling the lecture 0 n

hidden taxes and a pair of overalls 148 dif current national Indebtedness! if we. began laY "No more political shelter: to you under !looking for incomes, of Christian Science
something genuine A RADIO
ferent hidden taxes. So it goes, down the endless today applying $1 per minute against our debt.: our God.inspired 1 laws.; No protection for value at a bargain.Organization We enjoy a bit of Florida each RECEIVER: of 1930 vintage i. held by L H. Daniel

roster of goods and services. And, we are not even, applying a penny per you while'" you try to tear down the framework which bold the day as we eat an orange, but how pastor of the Assembly of God Church, Pm| city, at its /regularrummage "

1 This point up a vital but no) publicized year I Instead, we are going/ deeper Into debt! of our government, built by God-fearing men sties are out nothing but the work can you folks from llundit enjoy; sale' In the old A.tP Store building OC\ EAt Ocean

(act: Every tax is passed on to the consumer, each year with no promise of any debt payments to protect the rights of God-fearing men, connected with arranging, and the ice slating and snowballs from Boulevard Stuart
,. foreseeable future Our pricing the good and lending the South Dakota Just come up to -- ---- -
if$ has to be. )And It is that Individual wage in the annual -- -
earner who would gain most front a drive interest on the debt for each year U $111 I "TO YOU our rules do nut( apply. You store, Most gouda are donated. skit our beautiful stale where The man was than .
Sanu Will
the lake have political rights her*.-nonet! No judicial Building owners charge no rent comes to town in a a they: So he wrote: "As old as tlHillsEdiuxy
for economy that would really produce results billion. This amounts to tax from I 11 I no sleigh. annoyed; when a neighbor tele-
\ individual rights. No rights of free speech.: To for their facilities when. used bya J ( note: this l jot
at all levels of government. States Ntnation or any can you charity phoned at a m. and complained.
live it up without incurring economic rcpcrcuiKions go>> no humanitarian shipments of wheat, nortsu A fourth group. might be Thanking Mrs. Otto you, t'in. Your dog i is barking so loudly that a also as old a* the lulls.-Rob

'gin for ." tune, but there: is always >, teams when flood and earthquake hit. added-those folks group who just like Brooking*. S DLET'S I can't sleep." The neighbor bung gram, Newark. ()bjg.
day someday" No loans. No palavering. No more being toMwo," up before he could protest. The .
J The Stuart New will furnish photo print pay-tip polite while you set us up for the kilt" Yes, rummage sale are "big/ 1M 1"- following" morning at 3 a.m. he An
of sizte up to 8 by 10 inches, of any picture business," and one of the lanulu- called his, neighbor and, siuj. .*! of eiI -ye.r-okl II i the *uth<

y taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 You've probably heard the story about the POLITICS Bunk. We're riling the ing angles is that you might find LAUGHA doni have a dog."-The Spokesman read one on of what the best essay we "i I ta
a mother
Ira the first print and $100 for any additional fellow who gave up smoking and sinned chewing Crusades In reverse The Reds hate Launched an Audubon print fora quarter T McGregor, Tex. boy "A mother ill mean it t>
from the some ncgttive at the toothpick He died of Dutch elm disease or, Ue Cinderella, an old shoe person
print onfcltd a mighty; battle to drive God out of the minds ,take care- of her kid and F
same tune; !larger sizes by special quotation.. -Journal, WasI\inatOfloll.. or men. If they can 11A"'CtIn! doing that. bat nugiuUly chanted your life. teen-ager" complained to a NhuUa Brown w a t unwitting their meals an. i( she M not them
One of the best attended rum- friend )h dad warn me to have to her < e to the
employee will not take give census taker when
Stuart .Mt* they will have won. And then Gbelp not you get homo from ethos)
1 maps sales is held. annually! oaJupuet all the thing he never had when Sjua she "Did the Hit sisters
except: /or'the' new and advertising Economy .Is Juat a way of spending money just America but all mankind. It will bet bland at a charity event. he was a boy-including five I door give their ages'"" When next he you meals wouUni know. how to get s'-
column* of Tbe Stua\ New without fun out of il-Reporter lonely world, without its CttiUur, if the cart" you wouldn't feel "
getting any It i Is awaited" eagerly by those straight A on my report replied that they had DoC. she Mates e Un them -_Vie
I *1J.n; Kanawho la DarklnJ front the LaM prevail hoping to frog ducarded loe Pile GJvo4oa, Tex In | anyhow
..... antique hell the MOW age a* f auv_, Albert. Can,
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Mans to Conduct I "I Point I can Count promise Method thai registrants Man slates will I Protests Work Hold Up in His District I Wf STUART (Florida) NEWS: ThnmJ'y. December 10. 1964 !-C...

he ptaytaa bridge by the fourth GROUP MEETS DEC 11-12:

A Bridge CourseA I I bridge geniuses lesson! at fie If all() ,the dont.the have program have played to will be I Miller Says: 1 I Just Want My Share'"I I Camp Film Wednesday Challenge I Preservation The Florida Association Shore and will Beach meet

tweKe-weck bridge course double the level of, their ......." At Junior HighThe at City Hall, Delray Beach, Del
will start at Stuart Youth Center The else of the class! will be - I 11.12.
I on Tuesday Jan. 12 at I pm. limited, to earl registration is advised 1 have no intention of taking Martin County Society for ----
I with Jay Mans as instructor Information may be obtain I road or any other county fund Crippled! Children and Adults UrtWMWng i
The program will include lee from Mon by phoning 546.5622, 'from my fellow county commissioners a film. about Camp PROFESSIONAL
tures on budding, play. leads and I or from Jim McMjhon center director but I do intend, at all Challenge This camp is for chil- I,
all facets of the Universal 4..2.I at 287.25su: I I HEARING AID SERVICE
__ times, to tee that my District 4 den and adults who have

I 60 Play Duplicate gels its fair share," was Commissioner 41, bi h tie" p.bYiicai// Jay A.He-ring Bynae.CcrtH'R4 AMSpechlfeli
E l Mkllef reply to an exchange ] The film will be shown
At Youth Center Martin' County School AudloloPt
of letters between Commission
'I Wednesday Dec. 2 Chairman Frank A. Wa- I Auditorium oft Wednesday, Dec In Quality 1I..nIl'
lB. 9 .l 8 p.m. AUK Butteries. Ear Molds M4Rrpnln
cha and County Engineer Fred
Winners at t h e Vetlnetday.. 1. I fan) L Murray who has been of all snakes
i I Dec 2. session ot Stuart Duplicate Bell.On Wednesday, Nov. 25 Wa- '' "ith the Honda Society for Crip SK N. 7th St., Ft. Pierce
Bridge Club plated) at t Stuart cha wrote to Belt: : "At the requestof t pled Children and Adults for fourOars ((1 block N. of FIn StatkM)
j! A well-rounded Insurance Youth Center were: Commission Edward Miller,, I ) ,, will be present to answer HOward 1-303S
pro. I North.South: I I. Ann Saladino at yesterdays board meeting, i g0esuons. and discuss the camp
I add ta financial i
gram up security. I
and Isdbclle McPherson 127, 2. motion was passed to advertise! for : .
VWt Tajtor-Ashley for I Roy Wilcox and H. M Snyder, bids for a surfacing course on
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sound, practical advice on Insurance I23'4' ; 3. Charles and C'hk'IC'Ma. Murphy Road! between West Mur _ HIGHr Ili '
: problems. AU types of then, 116V?; 4. Jay and Betty Mans Road and the entrance to Sea %' ehkE es j jl I
Insurance are aVlllubk.I 113; and 5. Mr. and Mrs. Schecl Gate Harbor I am personally awareof 'r tr ..t e d5.ln I
112. at least two bridges in the Palm t
East,West: 1 I. Mr. anj Mrs J. City area which, it not replaced, l
Michaelson, 146; 2. R Dow ler will: r. m; (he near f future, come before f
and Mrs. Mabel Knapp 1 129; Colonel our board as emergency mat
and Mrs M W. Hale 1 128; 4. ten. t
Mr and Mrs. T. D. Kelly, I 118, 5. This is to inform you that if (
Jean Fisher and Erema Suekctt, the funds allocated to Mr. Millet' l ss R 4H5
I 117. district have already been depleted jlG f
Fifteen tables were in play. on roads leading to Mr Millers ,
I The club holds a tournament at subdivision, I will actively
the Youth Center every Wednesday oppose any transfer of money
evening, starting! at 7_45 sharp' which Is now allocated! to my district.
I would suggest that we do
first things first and those matten ccQo _
Vincent's Jewelers which will ultimately become. .[ .IIf
should be
compare emergency matters" attended I It

A copy to of now.Wachas letter was

)1)inmm1f1 Voi sent to all county commissioners, t
as Wacha.was a copy of Bell't: reply to ,

Bells letter stated, in part, 'It .
with diamonds i is the policy of this office to expend .
any anywhere :; :
the labor, materials and NospITALil,01St
*v funds under my direction in accordance HIGHWAY ,
2 with prescribed budget t c0aSt r'.
i ie
as prepared! by the County Commission o"IA
i iI Further, such projects as t hey' ,
a district commissioners may specify + '
done or be initiated are acted: { 1I1.ai .I. 5. alir es "I. asN.Id
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FOR CHRISTMAS 1? upon in mind accordingly that said with county: the comims-thought '. ... ....ul.aN. _. tv Alr. .CN111N.La. .
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realizes ... ...
sooner the .
ftJ fully budget .-- . ... ........ ._
A problems and understands! that .....,., .. .., ..1. eM/ 1
a C/.ul ..... kN..e
I -- 2 I budgeted items must be climinllfoIe. i
.! to account for unbudgeted ( OM.KKVS INN .
When Watch i iIw ..' ..:....... :... _... ....... ....t..: 4AJA N. Dale ]IVUhry
/; Further, this department and HANDICAP: GOLf IV' N'RSinners In the handicap! tournament of the Ladies Golf. Man TAMPA rLOKHU

Remember : : i I t the administrative officer fully ciaiion of Martin County, completed Tuesday, Dec I J. were, left to right: Iron row, Gerrlo, kruoer -
iwu, I realize thut there F It EEl I
I are contingency | first, and Bea Todt. second, 9 holes; standing Iran Wilson! third Connit Gladden, first, and wrfttbreeiAthernrelfadd.Clue .
funds to be used or expended decade earl of.tOO alllfOr Hotta
Iw rehsa Coear ae
Gen lake, second 18 holes
Service Is Important "i against unforeseen and emergency r --- 1
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requirements. This county engineer -- .. --.-. ..4..
I must assume that the I responsible to understand what the fUll Is allabout ed what charges would! be made
i -o-- i I commissioner! has discussed and! against his district road! funds asa

I otherwise reviewed the cooperative : "The work on Iho road and two result. HOSPITALIZATION PLAN
i 3 watchmakers agreement with regard to
i I I bridges will come out of my dis
these items and the budget I am tries 196465 budget," said Miller (;U.\R.\Nlnn IU.NlWABJt: t'OR IUE "ORI.n unit 'Ovt'RAGE
3 generations that the district involved la APPIICA1IONON M"m:
sure of which I it otherwise '
"none "
aware of these items and the problems rorpmoN: i SP\N
I ; out in letter and! committed, 1 here should bo enoughIn PAYS! Miall'AL' 1)RS.. o.qtOrA; / % AND N.11() AI. IJO\lK LIFE(1IIROPRACUIIM :
at pointed your the budget to do the Jobs three Application has been nude to "UIt'N'K COMPANY
will await further instructions of
the County Commission limes over" the Army Engineer Corps by the NON tl.0RmA IUSIDEN'N: ArCf.P'nn t'ORM CRY 63AGF1
I Miller contends that the rimd Florida Mate Road I Department.>>
VINCENT'S-JEWELERS' I Ii Perhaps will see fit the to County discuss the Commission problem to be paved 1.dues.jwl. lead.ta any Tallahassee for approval) o< plans OVER
l $ 35
at such time as the bids are subdivision of his It serves Sea I to roounstruel: a lixtd bridge" ocrPUI'I'k.oton Il-so ...... .. ..... .. .. MON1116 ......". ...... .. ....... $51 StoNFli
reek Stale
Gate and! Lighthouse Point where I on
i[ 231 Osccola Ave. 287-1878 ; I'i accepted Commissioner on Dec Miller 22 told! The there are large taxpayers," he j No. 714 at Stuart. The proponed AGES UNDFJI 1 AA
fined would be
; about III
..aairallalta..tI171allllaalilllAalialilla.ta.flariariMaliaaafl.rlMliL.. I News Tuesday that he is at a loss stated. feet long bridge and would consist of $145.._.. ......"._............$375 MUS-Ill II ,................. .............. MONIII
Nothing has ever Ken clone in I
the I have been here, three spans. The bridge would provide -
seven years ,.,... .
I a horifontal clearance ofthirtythree SN U.IO Woes-kb M. Frei lul""lloII
either. paving or lighting, on the:I feet between bents anda .................... .... AI' ..-
ievcn leading tenths to my of a property mile of,dirt" Miller road vertical clearance: of aNnit A 5 Florida health A,b cncy: Asa.err ....,....,.,.............. ...... .. ...... .. ..... i iP. I

added; I existing feet above bridge mean at high the site water.will Ihe be o. Eire 292aka Wnetb.. t1urtcl. City ........."..._............................. Staler.... ... .....r
Referring to the bridge repair '
., ..... work' Miller said that it *as his removed from the waterway, .
understanding thai the County
: i
!Afl Commisolon hold agreed lo Dells

; Merry gift idea suggestion that his department be

'f for, everyone M on your Christmas list ler ago work responsible"had, lo and asked J repair for that Bell bridge the accordingly"several Sunset maintenance nioolhs, Trail Mil: Come look them over! Come try them out! !

Mom. Dad. Sister Sue. has bridge/ not To yet Miller been ,done.knowledge this They're in our showroom now-ready for you to tee and drive. So come

meeting Prior on to Tuesday the! last, Nov commimon 24 said on in and gel the full story on the beautiful new Chevrolets for 65.

Brother Bob. Miller, he had asked. ) for, and receivcd. .
a letter from Ld Manp,
requesting that Mapp Road bridge
Your teenage niece, Sally. be repaired. This Utter said Miller .
had been handed! to Bell on

Aunt Mary. Uncle Ralph. I I Nov In conclusion 24. Miller staled that ,

le expected lo kte the county en-
Grandma and Grandpa. ,[inters$ department repair "both. {lj 0 ww"
bridges a* soon a* It conveniently
could All he wanted otherwise,
wonderful said Miller, war that he be inform- MM1ItIs
Extension make gifts.
phones '-- '- -' -- '-

For For Your New
everyone. 'C5 tttftrolil Impala Safer Spoil Cvitp

V (What else that costs so little could bring them so much pleasure?7)) HOLIDAYHAIR ICsttongwi', In'Irtr' %r" mom?.'? toad. Ana even rAara "M weep.

65 Chevrolet I eukl. ..r. Mrld/srmeq tan llrr klnl' Deeauu son. Chertol.t'. ",'let'
STYLEFor of CMrroldlt Far' Ie. JI.W& ab.t .mn..lh.side .Uiwimtlwr"' flat wets
enl't1IJ t,', stir tl&l Cues to the "taut *. .. UtLltn,! to show it of.mzD *

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/ *C Tt STUART ((110.) NEWS Thii*ay, DMembcr 10, 1964, ___-All .--: Town Meets

---- JUPITER Garden Club C.unci .1 Direcor of Churches

Owonte floodiitg th* e
Organizations DirectoryCIVIC Penis Park from Irdlwa, ALL IplSCOpAl.J.mla .
MRS. ANNA MINEAR, CompMdcist FboM 74 .4.41 Inducts Two In d wk the nubfect 6f *: BY.UIT' B. FBASTB*

ORGANIZATIONS GOVERNMENTAL OROANIZATIONSMt -.-. .l..N0nooW0S.0..rn..._,.__.._ tion taken in the Town Council, t4S *j>, ...a..tosI

4ZMk.. AnyMou.w.m. a.. J. B..CumuIttAm. c... Mt Hyi_Ry Ootik_ Traveler Club'srrovkln meeting here Tuesday t. ; .. Oommnakm hoL sal

.'.. R.U* ....,'_Cops I .d.4tb ".. Jfc. OUT loB 'Third Best Sport' Scores featured Mr.It PE meeMM Commissioner Oliver Bumr 1 00 .I.but.. :Holy Pray.Communion r and 5.rmo.i ) .
.1..0.0.* Bo CMI Owird AutllnryCommandtr said that a catch 'r Wwh D>y*
'.. ... 1._ N
-W.lt.r J poke on the BMphorMa family bui l'uaudsy-4 CommaiiloaThamday
Moa.. IP.., Comb Ooard Aaa BId.. anti! ordered for the Iersi : D1AL-A.PRAYER AT II.Hi )
which include
: =:-r-J. ... County CmmuHMM Hit for Coastal Players the pomsetd* County Engineer Prosi 7-$1 (Frra* Tk rd.y o"t

7.10. p.... hu.In..a Clla'.n-"k A. 14mb.1.44th crown of thormMr be before t hi. i'rtdar.a a..Holy Commanwa

A Pp.I..I W'I Ch.bP..id.LIU Tu... INO .,.. Q.uvtbmim *. Henry Seifert inducted two wok rn\ulte ASSEMBLY Of CODa a U.lty Camk- 7O4 S. Filth. Fn PkMUrla.m.camfc
M.alhtd.4t1 C. BMN *> Zoning AdJuhmMiltik Third Best Sport" with I ill The men aim gave smooth and I buil HKV L H fnttr
.. I.n BukCna. new member Mr .
Ta. Ightm. 7Ivut Robert B.
Brownie .
.. The giver I lInes grhaMII WOdaIldaY
P.rll.NOP" It_ .. .lrmaa Tkun-.Prad 7:II KhodSnd .... Conrthotm* gefptnolv funny hituatloni and Its! convincing performance from JoeHendMson's I Ludwig and Mr. John Thurman, to U St civic W ". a... ... Wonhl .1 am. ST ANDREW
.,..-., 0A.tloa subtle, and sometles Dot subtle and permission clan 1:14 .. T Mtlrfr Prorm LUTHERAN.CHC .
talk presented them with Bibl
.*UI-C. N. RoIn.b..gbMUBgS Mrtm Cmmty Mmnim CmamtoMmiChn I sales ttiroughB.1 I cartage, the Planning wa* ask *:S w-m Suadir. 05rv1.S
L B5 W.dn..ds. M .__ .- Hu>h L. Wlljnvhby Jr. humor played to a full house at I, H..'. usual exuberance to of ixora the club flower bring the Bi sign ordinance Slit: ja. Zvauga'il.tlq\ : W. P:, Blvd: ;l
tow B
4th Tuci 710pm.. Courthon. Salhaven Auditorium 1 .
Cent Gard-n* Clvta oMtmaPraaMMtHTh.rl Friday nighLTni %4 Mclver's unusual solemnity It was announced that Mrs. I to date. c SUJ I.T.
up .. ....
*. A, CarUtrom M. C. PUuinlof *ni Zonwg CMimlul. riMt A .ill aja. B SehoL
litSM., lpm.. Omnty CourMin* Chnrrman--Joiph OranlnIrd second production of ** Bob OIaI Roy Gar! William Buigman and Mr*. Glen Clyde Ruby, owner of I be 1 afcv. BPST- isis ..Wnkl Srle

rr* *>hldr* A._._ .. 7..II p.m, O..rt...* I Coastal Player proved to oe sophiMfcated rets "Dr. Lockwood," and Blanchard had made ThanksgivIng former Bowers Brothers Store 1 uaf HOLY CROSS CATHOLIC ladhutawlIK.

._. *. .Cloal O. v.. Sottoog Vhcol Boardll.ulrm.oDuor and excellent entertain- Dave Bogues and Frank Bobb's arrangement for Salhaven. AlA registered a complaint about 0 I 1:11: a.am.*>. .Wonhlp und.r, BehwlIlltl Pmvle.Put. ZAV1EB FXNECU
B t* *n all ( ? O. Kh>4r4 merit businessmen all the characters : Member .. 10 Ph'S
brought brought present for the Kink cars piled a Mrlnf Wnhl Raom.-5m.dsyo S l.a.I

,. (Pr..d.nb-Mrs.rd.T'Clua W Stuart J.hu W flias.y IoU Mon. .lilt. ..., Couna**** Jackie Brett as Helen Sayre, the and story across the footlights patient In Salhaven Hospital I. and Pole Chi Glyrm O nay lo I 5,45 ilS* :: Tralnlnc Fontog Unto Woraklf day. 4. p... Conf** oa* b/or* Ma>!
Town f .11. Plntor
Sod MOB. I.ill p..., Wo... Club .-J. Mrutlln bride of a top drawer business so well that the audiencewas I to date Mr*. Seifert had collefctei the owner on bavlnlthem I :t* S.!MARVS Oc.*n EPI.AL..rtTHK

HlblMu P.rk tfVm A*.clatlBPrMlrl'ntHSal W.d, I p.-. fowa Ball executive (Doug Sayre), attending still chuckling and making twenty scrap book for children removed. ".... RKV AHTHUK A. SMITH. RMtorBunii.y

M*. rho - "" her first convention in Palm Beach complimentary remark after the, In St. Mary' and Good Samarl- 7:aa am., Holy I ;
.I :
PALM ., u c r4
A TIST tk :
OROykNIZATIONs" :7'.n.
; *.t ..? 7,10, p.m Flnl Nallon.lllant POLITICAL CIT silo am, Morning I (
luxury and managed? to flat everyone show ton Hospital lIONS TATUX balm lids Holy ... (U. .
In.la.'.. CM ClubPr..ld.ubGsO RpbUcaa Gob *f McrUsTlcaaty from the president of the In introducing the production. Garden Club members win Lions Hear Hurlb rt St4S ... School Ithl, ; sOt & Sund.y School I
Smft* Pos.ido.t-.Jom.* B. WaianRmufcllcaa I op Ililiu an. Momin* Worobip II 00 am. Holy Kuch.rl.l Ut .
Ith Mon. I p.. Worn**'. ftu. *I.Martin c. company ably played by Stu Mc.I Dick Anschutz, Coastal Player gift hop next to Jone Drug *,m. *- Training Union Ird. Ith) : Morning Prayw (and .,0

'_ ...rn Club Pr.lrin_W. Arnold (**.' I Iver). to the leWr lights, com plef.e. president paid tribute to the 'e on AlA, which will; tell L Hurlburt Jr. of the First. ,.. .. *>_ *. WmMp 4thlThurady..
f _Mra. Currln WllbrIrd 4th Tu.. I .. of T> .. WfdnMilay MI4k Pray.C and Holy' yit TiSO "W.
p. hoot 4.tk..b Dank confused Jupiter was guest I
Wd, lpm. J. B Wom.n Club Iy director Mrs. Oryl ValUer. and bera.lifltant I Chribtmas gift made by member th 11_.. and llidlam.. of.Zuobsulot.5urnrnrlo'Iodoi. .
M.C DmcraU .. ** C m lll** Billie Key and Owen Foster Joan Mclver and the each Saturday from 10 to 5 : speaker at this wek'. Jupitei ", I. .m. and 111
JMWM B.*rh W_... A.iocUtloa _._._Ed.." T. M irray 111.0 IS pm.until Club
t p Pn>.ldrnt-Mra. Marl MlUnr ...Tf M.$. ." Cwlr playing their part as corporation other backstage members, withOut Christmas U meeting. He spoke! PIS 5APTIST-PmS.. .,.

( ,.-.. MOB, 8ft TS7 ClubhouH hlmtb... on *aURELIGIOUS wives trying to instruct the bride whom the play could I not have Hostesses for the meeting were O and moneY' manal'men II"C*TAVL&. gchool EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE St, kdUaWV BLESSED:

Junior Worn.'.. ClubPrmldnt.Mu. ., - - - in the way things should be done been a success These IncludedDick Mr*. Victor Ronfeklt. Mr*. Paul A q lio and answer per. tIleS a... Homing WorshIp SACIMJNr-LUC..
ed ... .
M.B, I p.m. Woman fromvJjIIInd Club .' FrWndly" SUrf OROANIZATIONSGirt. gave excellent characterizations Logan and Nick Porto. who Bath Mr*. Jack Rash Mr*. Ed. talk 7:10 p.p... Kvnlnc DTO 7*,1 p.m. Church Holy Cucharlit School

Martin' County Audubo Sorl.ty' Bor4PmMont i **J.r-Mra Juk WklcbarI Charline Traendly as the wife of did the acts; Elite Schmidtke Sylvia ward Pearson Mr Walter Pas- Dr. Ohio Miller of, West Palm has pau Wa H.W,1. vHtaca. -

-,Mr'. WIlbur .I. Pfrri-.t horn I 'pt.. p.., St Mary* tkank the elusive customer being so carefully Moisten Sally Carr Mange chall. Mr*. W L OUham. Mrs.Christopher Beach wh i i spearheading th < .".. CHRIST(Winter MEMORIAL mains rnly.-Jfoplnr Mo?. t Ibm4..rl!
j sod Tu. .t noon Mr. Forro.l St IIt C.n. Jack Mitzl Stw e in Jhe ,
and tactfully pursued gave Danai. Cushing Norton. Mr*. Sam ) blk 'ro\r DM BAPTIST CHURCH OF COD-IndlanUwa
H C A... rnr M.nt.l Huultb w.lo.ni Mr*. Fgwrn. Elni.tl!! such an outstanding Joan and Bob Nichols and Nichols Mrs Peter guest speaker the RCV. JACK rKKNANDH BBV. KVKttETT MObS
i Puldn1-R... Donald BctiroodnInd 10 Mo*., S p m, ShorSt. performance per Nigel and b fo
, Thun, nx>n. Th. Roof JHph Nam. that everyone hated her. the co-ordmator Jim Spitzer. Mrs G. B. Mondin. club its ladies' night on Dec. 16 .:. ..Kundiy S els.l i II 00 *.. Sunday S,'how
Holy So ...
;, lty M>raln. ahO. BtarulyaWor.ntp
I M C. Chapter. Amrl CM.*? Society ... .nl-H. Ro.m.rl The Lion light bulb sale fo I .. p. Training Wo1 7tlO .FvMitrg Whip

Ch.lrm.n-M.llory John.on Thura. brfara Sad SUB, S p.m. Sohool conservation was a complete I ,.1....a-l WraklpTMS 741 W.d. Young Popl'.
.. Crusade For Christ Art Show Is Held eat .. Pnrr Sorting :
Martin Mmrll. Ho.r>ltl AunllUryPmldcnt - - "" in this area, according to E.d.-

-Mn. Knrl glonphunwr BOYS SCOUTS Or AMERICA James Crooks, club CHORCH OP THE UOOD SHEPHERDJuphr -
Bnh At Village Square .
lit Moiu Pint Notional STUART 1.Presen I fARM.ATiT. "
Troop 400- SdoilmuUr, Bobtrt I a m e Daly. LEWIS ;
M.n'i C.rd.n Club Pck Planned in Januaryconditions KKV EfMRB U ALLEN
Prmldrnt K.y N PHrl .. 710 im, Am.rlc. L l<>a Hall Tho Village Square Shoppini, jan7 Everett, HiU I 149 am auodsh avkiMllti 7 SO ..m. Holy Comnunlo .
.. BMg Ship 40S-.Advl.ra.. Earl D.I? am M-vnln* W.rbl5ella 11:40 ... Parl.h 8rmot
lit TUM, 7..0 p. M C. 0 Sam DuBois the recent : J.h..t
Center on U. S. I with Trailing V t>
Thorn 7 p.mH ".tb. Church. A lb.., I. was gay atee p.. n and Sundi School
Mvtm ..$" R.l.rd ChllflrM A..a.Pr Iquadrvn -Ad.I..r. Bd I rkhrnl 'The Ministerial Association of gave a firm foundationto color Friday and Saturday as district meeting, at Fort I 5100 p.. Craning.. WorshIp
,.ld.nt--R h ,t Kttrmn [hum,. 1 ,.", Mtth Church Albany St. Pierce. A of this i 5101 p,,Wod. MUwMk PraywDUNKLIN I Ij JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
Ird Thura.. liJUpm. Com Itm. lit Nat. Cub Pooh -. ...,... P. P. II.... the Greater Jupiter Area and the the facts presented Though he 'twenty-three artists displayed their report meeting SkyllB Oil. Jen*.. I" ck

National SKntvl.. A.>*eltlo* 4th Moa, Viol' pm, Catholl School Gulfitream Ministerial Association, talked fifteen minute longer than 'art work under the portfcos. was .lr Wednesday evening MEM ladTatmnHtv REV NEWTON M. TWtEDT

Prohlunt.-MrO, B.i.r Ann I/lndMT Cob Lai! Pack Mo*.430-Cubni.ot.r 1&10 p.m. Youth. F Cnt Hoi.rl rJENSEN representing twenty-five churches he intended, one listener commented I A tabulation of the public vote .- j ll050a.a. ito ,_ a.hMl 5.55*It 0.m.aad Sunday II im School Mommy Wrahlo

1 Ith Mon.. Comm of 1t0 offlc BEACH from Kobe Sound to Riviera Beach, that he did not (talk long resulted In the following awards: Mr. and Mrs. John J. Shuffle- 1 1..*.... Morning WarshIp tOO;: p... Tkundiy, Mldw.k 8nii

,! P.lm L... P.?l. Clvlo A..clallnj 'Traop 4O1_l.oulm..u.. J. J>. LokadooV.4. are bringing a Billy I Graham Association enough and a visit to the Crusade oil, first. Al Hair second Made bottom, who are spending the !,1.p.... Training Wnrahlp B.r Union,lc* JEHOVAH WITNESSES-Srltt Road

InT'xorid.r .. ,,10 ,.... 0_..." ROIl, "Crusade for Christ" to was now imperative ... l"nd.-7 ,." Wat National B ht whiter with Mldwok
Mr. ill
Mr t C..b Pack 401--4.h..... H Q.rn. lame Ryan; third, Carole Jarrett; and Mrs. James Mond.y 7 110 .... Blbl Study
4th Wd., A p.... Community HullCob this section of the Gold Coast One of the highlights of the water color first Bea Roberts; Dill at their home o Sawfish \ Thor.lay-Jill io..I1 alasI.r.s. ,
Palm... City".Curd Ml.. ..Club. Pin.., W.d.Rook. dol-Oubmoot.ItlO p.m., Lrnrloo U.b.lI Phipos.Jr.4th next month. coffee program wa the singing second Ray White; ceramics, first entertained thi family from IT.Its?JOSEPH. JAN CAT'fOUC'O St.

Bud Tkun. I,RO a.m.. Clvl Center"aim - - - Dr Joe Blmco a Billy Graham of the Cunningham children KI.. Dodie Thayer; second Madelame Lancaster for I Thanksgiving Mundnv f IANUSIWSIL: (, 0:11(1: ( ItiOOWxk REV IEDEEMEB UOMALO LUTHERAN K. 8OHROEUBB-B. o*.u ..

City Clvl .... ." SERVICE CLUBS associate who will conduct the la, Wanda Rosemarie and Paul Ryan; mixed media, Helen Butts; holiday. Mr and Mr John L. diyii Mon Din Frt iDsiSolo'S. Jiuo and II:II am Worship

Pmldnit Andy.. Eillnlokl CMiaa Club ., ftuart Crusade presented the mechanicsand s cappella. This talented quartet, crafts first Corinne Comolli! and l lsecond. Stufebt Jr ion. Tom I Conr* o'-I:' :.. aid Tkvnday S.K a.m. Sund.y School blhhl Clni
lad fCI. Center ... Hu.loa In from four. bfor of .month 44* CHRIST YHE KINO LUTHERANJuplMr
aims of such a meeting at the ranging age eight to Peg Stavely. and Mrs Richard -
...... OrXr. Clvl A..*>ltlwPn.ld.nr W.d., 11 noon lownhon. K.Uurntidlantvws SID and Till t SilO ...
-Uw. I. W. 1I.. '. : Jupiter-Tequesta Chamber of Com- teen sang hymns and Christmas Other exhibitors were Mary Ellen D Shufflebottom and KEITH JOHNSON. ....
lit Him '0".. Klwanh Club carols and were enthusiastically Ann Carol dalite.h I 00 am. Church School
p.m. ,
,. fierce at Tequesta Country McSwinnery Elesa I ST CATHOUCMk -
Ethering- '
Pr*>ld nt-Jun*> .RI .. CHRIT.HU' 1:09: *.m. ,. Clu
Port PriiMnit.'W.lt**I>*M CMc B A..n.on...". W.d, IS ill ,.., Smalnel InHUSrd Club Saturday morning received ton, Dawn Davitz Mildred Old- Sartdi, made the trip south I MUM* >. S am. I*.IS *.m. Moralng Worship'

.. CanUt Dr. Blinco English born Speaking for the Ministerial Association ham Gertrude Barrie Bart I"" FIRST METHODIST 1100 CUrad
l.t Thorn Clvl J.... lomb LI.. Club a n Meyer LIO.L AoUCITI.t.IIITI FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST A.
Sod Thnn, < P.m. Suno, Swlal. 0 0 J'rmldoot-Rd Srtrnldu' Methodist minister who has lived Rev Mayiurd Mills said I illian Bart Ralph Zavltz Harry SCIENTIST-TJ4 Cut Ocu Blvd. RBV I4S ALLAN. K. STUART

Pool S.U!>ru. Civil Bf**. Wd., till p.m.. $..... in i this country five years and I Is that they organized to be of service Hopkins Peter Monk Whitney Ia 11455 (1 bfleSl14 t 0(111' 011' StIlt I Ilioo a.m. andiy oVkool Sub t an 5... Chunk Moralng School Wor.bht
.... 1 jinut .. euMtl II' is 1 1 tdO .. Morning WonhlpfttOOrm
.. Tilt *>
.ho. *. Ind P JuplUr-Hok boa Khra.li Club I and Irot 5... Morning Worship'Is
to the community empha. '
I l'onldooto-RobarO Harp how a resident of Lauderdale-by Cushing Natalie ICagan, Luis S II "<>H tttHTIV "U'JT\. W4.l TXlmonlal Motto .
Rl Clvl Club'no.l4.ob.Jok 110.. Moa, 7pm, J...*. Ut* Varmn the-Sea presented the facts about sized the variety of denominations LaTour and Allison hosier TTB'! OK flOHIOS. IU*
il Thun. Clubhooo.gp Rotary Club nl, SluanPra.llent !, the Crusade In a witty and lively represented in the membership. Prize winning choices were assembled UAItlUjA II tH(5p.RT U. 1HJNCAN. NO. .1 Around-m. | lkoru-.Mon.pm. ..mpt kolMariI Ih. Bit. 1 TRINITY BK.V[ NEIL.METHODIST OUMSALO" __ Bh

I **,, W_..'. Club E. AflhotWdi Ia7ntlff.Knnria 1:4* .. .
I -Dr Run.ld talk. His humor and the gay tone for display this week. 1 : a. 8u d.y School
Pn.-Mn. Corn.llu B .ofidMVMf IS.I* "... Trad Wind. JUNIOR CTTI/ENS MEFT 'I.FRANCIS. I CHURCH Ot CHRUt-4IS Palm .B.4 i 11 lOO *.m. Wonnlp $.. '.
I W.d. SilO Club BillldlulPalMbum I Of the talk did not for ono moment w. .
\ PT4 p mH Stuart Klw.l Club ORII.'IN. bitcH CO* *;LL. Mlnliwru4ay Til* pm. B ."b0. Worship lit aa4HI
Card. Crmp) ,Pra.ld.nt Hr. H. HHiaU RI.. obscure his dedication to his A tasty luncheon and bazaar ALL ARE INVITED: et .L .. 1.1OkA
f Ohalrman-Mra, Eiofirt J. ***tm held the Junior Citizen .(.n6.4., 11:01: am. Blbl Study
4 t Than., IS,ill ,... Tow Bums calling His keen knowledge of were at TO BAPTIST COURSE "
bt W.. SzO brnM OIOFa rl 'U'R'TTnl IliOa *.m. Worship mod Oommlllostill :: 1.TN HODIST. I.k
I building on Thursday by the I : say, .
Stuart $.. bmw dub the historical facts and present .tR11 I its p. Saloi .
\ -0"- .. BOUMTbura. Rev Palmer Long of Jupiter .W.h. Bdy Sohool
lllbrt Women Club folicwea
Jupiter Bridge -
COMMEBCIpli.'ld.'ntlr _. r. : II ,00 .
CHAMBERS .nr-. Youth .n. --- --- true mncneon. Baptist Church, has announced "ROM, StIR rlT'.t"JtRIA I .. IIMwwk Blkl Ctady W.. ,"am! 'Morning".wary _Worahlp So Mty meet* flnl

I u WllM.ni .... stuart LKMI Club WUOMK WAGON ? attractive and useful I that clauses are being conducted \?. THE CHURCH OP ODD-PUghr n_ .'. .. ..* M
000bMLL Many gift! I Th7r.d.y
I Std TUM. pm, Community pro.I.I.ll.oob Srhnurkatek Sims ,
SM M Bmch Av** |nd-4tk WK. 7 ..., foira BOOM UN I HI'TAINS were sold at the bazaar and will each Wednesday evening; at the 1,14 .., Lli.Ulb..on.r.. ,. hu.b"d.d.".. RCV Ilifll BILL1B*.*>. Snnd.y M.ALPIN School jell ". .."* BY<**
church on the Book of Revelations.Rev. l. Mrdcn. llllnnU. WI. 14 m. Board
and silos
.Id.h..k Ponhvrg The Welcome entertain continue be sold the Woman Menlag WhIp "
Stuart Wagon to at .ar"M
II Thura.
I lad Mua. al..".. I p.m. Pra> *r51i.r Long who is teaching the, .th.rn.('WI.h".b"nd. otto. t.I p..Evening Wo..hl. wh .
\ Ut Thura. *MHI, Plmlnint ".,.1 ed Wednesday evening at a des s Club Thrift Shop on Orange class'assisted ...l. ".. a d..olvo VI.ld., f. p... AI. SOUTHERN: METHODIST Sc'Sly. ...

,'I 1 Port PrnuId.ih0.'*>'-" BlnokmnInd Srd Th... noon, Anohurag IambI Club sert-bridge party at I Ih Junior Avenue. one block west of Lam- extend an invitation by' guest to attend speakers to, pnrtnpatiun rlaid.n. heIdi.Eurt.T. I'.i\ .- t ill p m. ,... T.P.S. S... ,,*.. .CHARLES.. IIICNNItTT -

) Tb.., I p.m. Pinto-** hoard Jo .04 Citizens building on Scabrook hart and Potter on Saturdays from all 'interested. hula I jn.U M. THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRISTICeegn.ttlenl 10," am. Sun.y Worship Soaeol"I
1) Ir.ldnot-id. H (Rnnny) N.l.on Road. 10 am to 2 p.m. 5'ia., lvtntII'nn't labs City) lao ... tpworth Lgu
.._II. L (Bonny) ). ... Tu**.. lull ... Pink PaVETPBANS > known. oftlpcm KKV WILLIAM K. WlLnON Putor T:l' P.m. Evening _. .*
of the .
Highlight wan .
evening Mn. Edward Arnold and Mrs. trust nf Klvcy forrnt. .
k>d Ihnnt. a.m. - p. - 41 a. ThuKh a.hol .". Tne.d.r Men Meeting
R.t.11 MW.h it. Dlvlwj' ORGANIZATIONS an unusual fashion show, staged Retinal Dledrich were hostessesfor ANI TWRE: ilmi.I Mnrl a dli/iulved II/ Chambrrlaln Florida I corpr.- thIS. a.,. Th _.1
( Ch.lrm.n-l>hlilr S.mk AnMrtaaa Lf_ J.M* bosh in pantomime by Mrs. Helen Vy. the luncheon and Mrs. Bruno Mrs. Thomas Sperry of Palm oi4 1 lilll rharnborlHln, .n" and : .,.m I ". lo I I pm Wednod.y. Worn.n FIRST RhV METHODIST_ ...,,_*

I Ith Tbu< ., Stoarl. h_. b .*idjjtCONSERVATION -. lumm.ml.r. ".*. Irhnm BaOAmarlMB norny and Mrs Malzle Kline with Mondin had Cnarge of decorations Beach was the honor guest Tuesday f/lf floarr*. who.* rcKldenc KD No.* ", I I. a'.0. '. '..lo..blpCOMMUNIVon Silt .OKORK.. Sutdoy R. oh.4 MoCOHlllLKr"
I Liioa
h' '' Moa, p m clothes from the Red Hen. k7d. 11/0' ...
Nw Wonh"
corsages at a birthday luncheon and I B..ch Ida, ....
Audubmi Semty Cnmm.ndr LglB- t:h.riM, SlimS BltMn Mrs. Kline depleted a typical A business meeting will be held bridge at the home of Mrs A. L. and. The to:unknown hunhand or wlf TWKtUTJI 7.1' P... P.*nlng Womkh

I I Pod Pr..ld Tu..nt-. 7pm Mn. Virginia. lb..$. Board R, '''J'rr.*...tlngSnd Bud and ,tit fri. I ,.m, Ugtm BaUAmnloan housewife day. showiing morn on Tuesday Dec. 8, at the civic Johnsrud on Loxihatchee, River ,So f oin nituril* may ha' nf any or litli.r' am. Sunday hip 1.01. and Won Ti4l 700 ........ J Thund.y!" ..., Junior lash Choir

T"... S pm, Hug ... at Llhrary ..111..- ing robe daytime frock. golfing center Mrs. A. L ButterfieM Road Those honoring Mrs Sperry th. periion.lo thl.who....ar. FIRST Choir
d.r.nd.nt : PRE5I1VTEJhAN-N.
Caoo.Ub .... luIph, outfit. an afternoon eMemble and .EOPLE CONCEGATIOH. Rl*. Skon*
and to .
Uafc Wa3l.hLaahu. club president announced. At this were Mrs C. B. Warner Palm IIICV. )SAI.COI.M A. BARRIO .
Pnlil -CkarkM Klndr4 Bat. I pm. finally evening clothes all with time Brownies, Intermediates and Beach Mr*. John Budge and Mrs. All unknown partita claiming-. :|4. a.m!K.rly \\u Ots' A. IYDNEY LOWRIJo Audoat.uas P.
j lob rn.. s p m, ut ".,'j i n*.. Amrwaa LIB Au.m.ry. J.a BkPn.ll.nt suitable accessories. She also show t r* t by, throuKh or agilnut any Ilitl Ckunk.Sohoel OhIO an,. Wor.hp So.'nlco
Senior Girl Scouts will be the Melville Miller of West Palm I Or either of 'he alrl .
I -Mr. amm. Snyilwt named Pefrnintajlye II use a... Morning wnhli Womsep 1'/00 "m. Ru,,', s-hoN'
.10' Cu.mru.ill' Club ....tJo M.o. I >..m.Ami4caa ed one man's sportswear outfit. 'an.. hiro, 4 during kola II OK .
0-U. I guests of honor The Women Beach Mrs William Dyer of Lake .. 1.1.1.. **rv .m Wonhlp B.rvlB..
atut. .n'
1 "II .. A prized confection. a. French .iui'c..or.' 1..1 S p.. tout. Ve**r ** 0:50: p m. Young p.oph.. P.llow.hlp
LflB ." .. Slums, Club 41 a scout sponsor Also it Worth and Mrs. Ernest VanZandt *. ..I l-n. triintr**. lln- .

Stuart. ..,_,.PI.W.. B Club. rdly |1'..tdm.t-Mzu.MMJ, I '..r,..LgUn Krowniwl4ik SlaB pastry log roll mad. by Mrs. this time club member are asked and Mrs Dorothy Laylis of Jupiter LOIS:r*, :creditor ct otWrwlM claim' ..aESflYTEkL\N. sdHAKC1 .OMMUNrTY_

\ l.t Wud., pm. **nr.l. m..BIluBBud < John Rdrmgton.. was won by Mrs. : to bring gifts to be given the a.4th) Alaska hal fewer Inhabntnt OICKSON. ..,.
WWj ,,
e. BnMki
WmW I P.m. dliwuor 1.1 JJ jj| Monk) Kriehcl .1 ," ,
Prie unknown stpiaremlle .
f _ - : I.o..nd..hllip A. KI_ Door prim went to aged at the Paint Beach County All partlVn tlavlnv o per \ 'ate.L04L 'f Las Sunday School

"" PWEMENi ORGANIZATION- I..... I. .. O..ltr Cml.MmSl. Mrs. Wilbur OMhum. Mrs Edward Home on Forty-fifth Street We.tPalm Pat Anderson son of Mrs dl.lmlnl' In to (hav h* .following any right d lIrrtiw'd nil or l AIlS 'II. *a-m... Youth Worship P"ow.hlp 8rtlo

i J B.oh 1'.....'. A..nianPmldrnv .\Cmmty Bmb AnrllhwpPra.ldmt Arnold. Mrs. Robert Pat Beach. Clarke Anderson ipcnt the holiday real property nlluat I I n Martin .T. pa i ,.. Wed.: Adult. ylut "_
IM '-Mn. M.rl ..," -.$.*. Hulk N. Hull tenon Mrs Donald MaNe and with Steve Floyd at his homeon County, }'lo,14.ur ; *o'rIvM Br .Il.. """"''0 INDa SlY: UNITAltIAN fELLOWSHIP
,., I I.. Com. Chunk : IM UlNtN that
.. %IM lr4 PM NOTI't HEl\ lors 1'10_
I Pennock s-ark
l.t Monday Mn Leslie Hamill. Point. 1: Kant Commoal
pnr. th Couto'
rbo. DprtmM tut.rou'i Counill .1 l Mrilj Cualy North H Ih* Vnrth- I-:11 : an HI boc.y Uris. 'ort PI_ B..
II .
I.**** S h VluMT .. Committee member responsible 'i Kilnled ::'l.11. 'ollwhio 5.pnir., ....
I Ad lywi ... -John W. K.lwr OPUS ED DECEMBER: 4 Mr. and Mr Joseph DonhuhcT S t gu.rter Houthweiit Ooverhor II lIund..
J *Prn.ldmt-Jmb_ S f.m, PlnbouMfH sod Man, I ,..., Stuart ... Horn for the interesting and profila- The Community Chest Drive I of Red Hood. N. Y. art spending II.South',r of, 1.lon 41 4. T.wn.hll I.'Inrltu.I will hold : *" auodor 'hoo. I.to ... Isoday
..* .mlUypPn.MntM.rv V.F.W, SUM hIs party were Mrs EJrington, rul. Searing* at the lime, and on the IIBL&-Ia.. .
r S.Ur. Plram A containing II .,
roll ; aor CURTIs.
organization was ready to the winter at the Dickerhoff Apartment .m nr *' t*.rt r .led, to tecyte.ilmnny. .KINNER ...
CtnB rommmd.rDon.M Au.tln Mrs. Kriebcl Mrs. John J, Mes.ka I iou, aorordlnlo th folUiw. loll a.. 5u5d..
sod Thin 11 V... SW****** Sad.4th Thun, Oold.n tlaM ... Mrs John O Bishop, Mrs on Dec 4. according to Cochairman ; in Jupiter Heights. top met*. an'I hound* 1.*ll! herbS to a.nl.t vldnnc In and'.r rrrfn..r ,,."III. p. 8u"d. Sek.S.....list' 5.rvtm
Fir DpH>Mal Roy S. Rood Btartlngat Houtheam corni-r of lnh.hlu.nl. p.. WHd.p .
Vlu.l. of llbla .
PmI k3M. VFW. Indlut.wa .
Harry Finlay, Mrs Albert Me- Joseph P. Farrell has returned pot ; North on Fa.t lln. .
Jutll4ll .
JohBlOUl.tlrd I.ln. of CtTHlfMANI
PnMnv-Bobrt ri>mm.. .-... W. PIMM Kee and Mrs Robert Pat Snow Jr and Harry M. from to : 1bps.* pumd of C..lt' ',, nol". ." CHURCH 0' CHaRT
Tu.. rinhou Raeney.SCllOLARSflhl'DlSCUSSEI Brooklyn. N. Y. to his homeIn h.nnir.i. O.n. CHRISTIAN
... Sat, Irl* PJB. rik Baal Miller arc also co-chairmen for Wt feoli <>*pela, Indian River Bt I*, cto CHURCH
--TE7 7La.I TroN VFW. A..., Smart Suni-Samis. He was accompanied I h .n .. Bout hnterl' on S nkrhohe* sod Martin Countlon.and Loots atr.ot Jo,... Boos
for the drivi.
.. D llaPMta..tShrUtl. ) separate areas by his mother Mrs. Margaret .IrIpM it.. so a point S of "..h. Kid Count!.. Is'1vr2 t t Satan R MioI.ty
Aooela Cbum'. 0. CommMdw-Bra. ,**. SmithUUIr4 I %v..I or CItrus, Number '', lilbia' .h
1I..tor co..I1.I..., Tpl. W4, 0la** Oat BUan BY LFCION AUXIIIARY Rood has announced hi, assistants Farrell. who will spend the winter Os pIts of ..thrsr. : ; .' will h.'" .l Ih. .Si1: ,. &-... W..hID su.
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PIll the drive 000tI 1. .d. Blbl.
I.d.41b Moq available nationwide ar'l'.evM.ynard nuuuoltrs II. / Slid.
- - -.- Scholarships month her*. ._, Court lloua carts th. follow .
*00.1. MUCD.LANIOUI. from the American legion Mills and Dr. J. O W. Rash in the Dl' ''' ''Rr; .AU'" log named toilnllea to-wlt:
.. "libl.tlrd n* nf mi4 tool from thmr* DETAILED
W..hIpfuI Thura. ; Mo.uoI0 l Tmph CM Aw lotuSConuood.PLkutim.0l Auxiliary were discussed at the north lection and Christopher D. Mr and Mr Fred RobertsonOf dna (1 t. tile taint of k.fl Nne COfVTt RrPORT
Elh 3. P, lUcas American legion Unit 271, meet Norton In the Colony. Minneapolis have been the ulnaT 'lmty Cmtliln"a?'. BoWnrlandn. ON ISLAND PARK

I Ann. *.* .141110"..Mr C..I.*. Boroth *rdInd limb> TiMtday.. hIS 9..S.C.aoltm. ing at the home of Mrs. Earl Bender Snow announce that 1. C. guest of Mr and Mrs. E. E. Re- vthr with nnartan rlcktalhrunto 1: ".M.. Flnr' Martin Heuvelmans. seashore
.. *W. l..ds. .f lm'uHn.Dlrmtop..Kuoo apprlainln*, 1) .
Tkun I croft. Seville Road for two weeks. park committee
on Tuesday evening. Goo will have charge of the chairman made
.. ."._LM Omni ner T>**prlptlnn I ll That of PP. LOOTS rini'itt.i.
B rrltyUHd portion a detailed
>m< Sigma Phi PMIhrkk The collected information will busfnes drive. while Mrs Nor LNU&L0'tIITI"E'.III'I' ii,. North it of the Northwut Isis I... FlorIda report on status of the

1tIoe. za..",. SIT W. OOMB BI... AT ,-4,, he turned over to school authorities man Nevad. assisted by Mrs. Ar- Quartr of tIm {lo.tbw*>l Qurtr 1:1': 4".. .."., 11 tilt proposed park south of St Lucie
.1d..t-MrU.LL Abbottbul4rd It TIIM '"*Tt Jl n"H< 'ft' UTor of Hwtko C. Townahlp Inlet at the Walton
Thor'. p.m. bumosxl Lady Gollm'c AMMmthwPnl4nt here according to Mr*. John liss Krum. will call on the residence sttMTiv t'UtSTT. KTATMOf BoutS. ltuoj. mor I 11uWA," tNT Leaaue sos54041Friday. -
Bill 1f..11 Li h, necrctary on the south skid of the "'M>HIU4rl rtlfntarljr '. 'Ful rol. r"k .
c.- Phi.Cb'prn.ldu.t.M01. JOB finl. TUM, I ill ..*, M C.0.450105.0105U'sl The Girl State fund whl .h the RKtIAHn OKUoNTtxlxunT- THE i IrTATB I:..: 1\ P.SL, Dicnubor t. lilt.Dat.sI .

1.b4rd TIIun. I po. b.mD..sbtM. Art ClubPr.nldooaMre. unit 15505 two sins to river.Harry M Miller i J. working with RRA I Front Ik. Ro. eorn_r nf tin Kth dir 0 No *m.
Pu..luth.u..tNri. L A.hb, Aoh.gml \ tllch: tor. 144 Stuart
.. Aabm'luaO Curls THIMMKU. aid North to Rotarr Club
1I..jar" XI.- lid Hi. biOS ,... hm_ Slate year, will receivea both team The chairmen have DM,..d'' Ih. X..I.a 1.arnr IhnrMft m01. WINOS
lid T a.. bomu.zPk5.ckt.o Marti CuMy boom In the sale of I9AS American asked that all citizens be ready to NOTION Jfor 4 MhUITOM lhnn* ran W>.| .)<>*. t > 1 \ m'RNKT Mm** WMISHS
'All th* of th* K. .t. North lilt. *f aaM North H CARL. HTIIILKBamnilnlonvr
legion calendars donated .
who visit them. Dr. a. .
to receive the worker |
Pair:7th.l..1 E.
PnM.nW-J : of Mnntgoni? R.. Trimmer' drotcMul .- a diitin of SIS ft 'n < (8 AOhma
r lluoa"..n.hI'Ua T.aPISl..dlm' '11 MOB, !" kUg.Mrtbt the Auxiliary by Rood Landscape *r* h.'.*,y .,' ". and r- point| Ihonr ,lotte of l .. pub t a I*. .. Mrh.Pn* 4Mit Smith,
II. I $0 p. Cmuly CoIl **4 CmwwV Oak Company COAST GUARD AUXIIIARY qlrod lo tlt.I anrl.lma or do- L o.sauro4 "BaM I* poolio r .
PlumSP..t nuind nrhlik thy mar h*'* aslo.t.4sd pool. ran lo of lao .0Tr.tP A 014551 siramsio
1.41. :
Mull.. I. PraMnt-Bd Blghw .i' The recent )Joint! meetms$: at 1 Pool INSTALLS COMMANDER **tt, In th* nrflr .( lhCunty t.**.tlon with th,... lln* 0' ..six>w! rii. OUTRIGGER
11.,1.II- (ll.d.. .... Ird T.* I'** ... .... 112 in West Pahn Beach. in which Judson Hall was installed as JunV .I Martm County of IIM *ald North Ht .* TI! Th. ".*.r. *f IndlantownOral
Oblul IOU II.U Martm Cwaty Fna brim I'ln,"'' In the ._Mh.u. al Stuart. run Bat 1100* asPi Amth IH.trlct. a munlrlp.1erMietlon '
I p.o lixMantown and Greenacres City commander of Flotilla '2. United : and .._
ELI Florida wIthIn III <') calendar far o dlitinr *f COO foes I* .r..I.
...... rdoP ., Odd 1.110W.NUbI. Pr*>M -ftmla.W. Engg laa units joined was reported Tuesday Slate boot Guard Auxiliary Fri. month from tin tat* of th* .I"t a pIous .t .1..1.>. Utlnf under .1 dralnag .
O4.4.0l'. CbmW.pm.ot.Ft1obn Sad Tkun. nrl of IKK Notlr. law iChplr m. PwrldaKorTcm'TS
GO? Martin e... .. R4k CMPrwldmt night Mrs. E A. Roberts Department day night at the annual Change S-'arh .1.1..hl..ln..man4 moot b* I. "'I" .ll rlnarlail Kcht sill). CITY
B : iool' Jla of Fkxtda Sum- .. | < rtalnlnir.Tow I HBHIOHT omw that
1.t4r4 TooL. -Bill SrltKB president was of Watch banquet held at .11". "'W .1. th. B *<* ...1 th A.au.l Meeting, *f Ih Landn

I.. E_"_' II .. Third Tkun, I p.m. AT f-4S, the guest of honor for the gathMrt. Sands JupMer-Lite M.rina. of ..Id.n.. rlaimcnt Vo.1. and OYlc moot. .b ddrr *- in4 oarh .f ar* kr*.yr ..... on
...trt.1'h"wn. .. nulr.4 to rIte ,F" Awr tH.trSrs, itiuntlpat OOPIo.rauioa
Chief 100. Hall Martin C-ty HMMrkml l..hl erine.I Commander Hall supporting am la th Halmant hi. .it ntr f orthr
.."..1It Tu. S Pra.lrU.r-Round I Nile Highes. Unit 271 officer installed Lieutenant attorney,. or I will bv om* o4! Pl4l i ta a Cssp.latst t. 50.0,1 .1 sod oI0tips d.r Sb.POatp.I STUART
4ZbMBiium.1 A" by rit lad oseb si draltap's law ( Sit
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"_ tr1r: l.d Ma. 7 ill pai, MnltMul Bk.MulHpm president. announced a k>rnt midyear James Blake commander of the omrdlnv t> thi*.. .d., Dcmbr. ., : If, T5uiotc. 55. toimoc.tato FlorIda' ",.,.,.., lOll). ."r.bell, I
pld." "I' a tf whIols I. .. tIll. .5 rioe.mb.r
Lmtmf Bnrrlw REGULAR
conference to tit held Dec Loran Station. Robert METHNG
"..- Jupiter were sHe.nvrn MOFTMAITKIMHfth. 5" Okays d.oartsmd pr.porp. I )toword b"u'titus.r
SMfVteryC.rt B. T1I rr 12-11 In Orlando, which will b* Zavilz vice commander and .fih ,.lh.r.Ip., tha ... ... as am.- (' ..n" th. hndrte *f
,:4tb P'1.OIluOI.d1 :::; t.c- '.d..' TUM S ... attended by local officers Dr W. C Wilkinson training officer K.tal *.r I..o.I..ur.., tamed) In Ih. .s14 mpllnl wilt :amid 1. .Mania County. Florl I LOPt2a4aa4g5
lola Clip H m* DmuMMwalm* 0105ponId.otMru. HO* Trimmer' ho takn *.*>4 by and da_ pom.Th .
II.. I C9'nst'rWititnN A *. of soN th* soIl. a* .mailer* I* be r. *l4er4 by MONDAYS
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III. P.ttorucalot JUNIOR WOMFVS PIUS! social Attrs.P5 r.. Ol.lTKII will lhj;**4 ev. part. th. ln4owBr at ..14 meeting I
.. TM, I,ill a.*, C4rto CwhuyP.I..I Dr Wilkinson out-) .. .. ..11 I It Samrt
If' .. Jr' .. .- r. 0. Ibu-sW.0! u ..w.. pi.adtse. .. th following Ory lbS
$ .. -- *.. BMM Clot PLANS C1IRISIMVS! PARTY I IMr t Chairman had charge of the dinner Itx.rt, florid ni4 or b.tan. th. titd.. *frvwinhr election prvler a.r..iP.d PaWIe
lab-lu4 11- \I' IrS W4, S pm. *. H. Alva Newnilh prest-(- Irrangementi. Cub.. IWo I*. IT, 14. I IMIWOTICM .with "Clerk *fth i by law. Arvrsr* Wdes.CETIISEMANE.
CI a._'" .. ., Vail AT 1-IH44 for phw dent of the Jupiter Tequesia Court. a im ran.t 5.M'Vi4 T* rnMr ant sod an etherm.tter.
troM avMme Junior Graduate of the public KTVVno* 155 upmt th* plaintiff herern *r thai mav properly I t.mi I
.111I....-411t ... bM.IS0vd Pal S.Un. HmM DoaMMMtba] CmhPnvlAMK Women Chih, attended the Div i I I course recently completed p>K "i.T.:N P-HTITIOI S sin oats .astsmsso. .". ..(lisbs' befnr **14 msotItp. '
Gr. .Mra. Slll.k K.wHnt.l trie 10. Florida Slate Junior W with certificate Nolle lii book> clTti' tlut Skili5..Inod -.rhterv .0 tH7awf On an OKOMIon brwtght befor.th .
< I Im' were ..
:: presented %.okr lbs prunsobu.. II. meeting; a B 4 .1 letli
1.:1 ,.11 II... ?..mpl.Roy.1 Thun. "It p.., Clw Ott Clubs meeting in Writ Palm Those honored in this ceremony af nin>lr 1Ot t.owo *f SWIm.oN.?"J.. pall t, **p.ril.ia. aol *. .a

... RhilM Plyr of M." CMMIPnl Beach recently Frank MeCance AIlS at Ml, wHI r1 i.r wilt : rakll.he l* New. A. I. th .*. .
P.I. ....000. II.n *>n'...* C. Sh.. I were: Harry fteckman ,-k rk .f IK* rironH i rrart ll w.r.p.* Mbll.hed in StarlC Wol.. *4 I Church of Christ
Mob" God .JOOW Hall lt.Srd n.,.. e p.*. ._rat M.lmfLt Representatives of the Jupiter Chapin Legal Albert By- tnf Vrll fVmnlflora >. nly *f Murul every landowner *hll b* **>el.Ie4
Tetuesta CM will be r Plt *f Pica *r very wh Iat to Sao iS> veto, I* **r** hy Cmrktin
': :: r; Th.ra. S ... ...- Mtl. > the cutwts en Donald Knrll8trOOJnN I.- ply Ii wHilst dolt .: .fm ( )
thus Botlr rhMttl*** B** I
.'sod flo..brl. G. .oU St. IwU I... YMhl Club of the North Palm Beach Junior I Miller Myron David. Leslie Batts "*" UI m"tf1f oath an* at Ua4 ..r.him 'SoneS 3., Irskwi ..
e.-.t. Btko Women's Club at their Christmas Thomas Harrington. William Haa- TOUCAN (oABrr1 MART art, $ X*- I mid rilporlos. bakes
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::'; lt Tkun, S ..., Txht CmfSlMrt North .54.r whlrh w* suit| noon,* IIIhaving omb.is .... 0 HM matUst I* t* .5.54 I a. I Wmslp5.oub.
.. Club party at Beach Country lard and William Benziger *. *.*. ; ur iirlnrlpa.1 rtu' mrdaar., with th* _a n. oB ass _
prn.lduoN4 ..tl 14.oI1- Yonbi Board *f Raltr* Club this week;. tit bnal*)*** In IVrl lUUrM. Marin. WMirtl Os. p>nrl .. r-.e .4 _
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(V>a tT.Br '* W FVwM IMI, w_ .
Ptl.In-.P.ooam ihi ih* pani** _
c"K2lVd IM TII.. I .... fm Tllto If.. Bank Plan are In the making for a Mr. tnd Mn Robert Chnstenrn (. f _'. .. ",. CAIUX.TNV : PIT APWl *"THPI I tuliodas. _
Rnv .p. -
CounptertB'oVji.nJI'MsmT'll Christmas party for children of and theif son. Dulls!. were 1m4 ro P.r r I.yb -. ho. .5 oa.p.
,., CMUJ slim,, SUmp SMbryPra.lWnt.ThOHM tt-R our." Sd : :at 0"1rl .
to be f
Ib* the area given by the club the of Mr Clsrrsenaen'sparents. f. ; Sauday Seivk
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-o 11_ Srd Moa, p.. rkn Library before' Christmas and club member Mr. and Mn. N.T. Chri- .. $ ..tC 1: A..4SrrSP.usrt : I *** D-.3e .-
,.;N.Zlu: j .".. TombS CI.. are gathering gifts for the tenses, Loitahatchec RJvtr Road I pvsoriitE'ttARt.R. 0. ,J 'tty ." Less t, Brnlt,, Jr., Slisht

Yr.ir.: ; '0r0Ij.; .. k a-'T.9 I 10.'. Moa. | ,. TU 0._ mentally ill. for Thanksgiving weekend I t*. a T..... IP44bMW ." 5( lr .., IPSO P. nA1.. ,


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Be Beautiful for Fall \ .1. It 1. Garden Club Party State Waltons !. ,TT-I.TU.tRT: (Flea "I NP"S TluNdap, IL.u Li II.IH: << :,. "

11'ta{ ; New Style from JENSEN BEACH NEWS December 16 The natural' gas i tnawry Mot I11aOtIII' Itttudiw4a. aebir:

Jcmen Bench tardM Club will Approved Park : vides more thin. I M .per flint: fI'O-l when. the maehn.c. mto dHiIIJIA tail

MRS. MYRTLE W1OTM.VN, CMrnpoodnil AT '7-I7" have a Christmas patty at the Cinndat_ enerjtpqHMH_ *; _rut .- ....
=f PARK PLAZABEAUTY _saelt.tarJ.w ':i home of Mrs Ale, R Lund North Charle, Kindred. Stuart re, rt.1 ,.
ed that the Stale Division of the
River Shores on the rtfufer' meet. lieak Watson I of whichhe
ague I
SALON Jensen Community Church i ileg dale WeAwdny Dec 16 u ,164 persistent. approved at Pelican w T

317 W. OCEAN BLVD. AT 7-2M8 Members are reminded to take aj a recent sewxon ONT

OWNER GEORGIA IURDWICK Plans Active DecemberThirtythree plant excMitive for the gift board exchange.An meeting. will Park Creation: of St. lutie Seashore l THE MOVE

OPERATOR: BARBARA HUNTER Mea ure to end nr pollution
Communion be held at I p.m.. preceding" the ,
three A Christmas Eve
f RECEPTIONIST members and by industry! :
BETTVE HVRDW1CK guests attwndid\ the November service has been arranged for regular meet rig. The lacey Act: which: wouldmrarol to Golden Gate I
meeting of the Church Aid Circle Thursday. Dec 24 at 7 p.m.VIW'I The club will again Welcomed by President Helen annual Christina lighting' edn- animals or their hides (designedto I
'here this emblem is displayed, you are Richardson were the following vas INSTALLATION tent In the area. There will b e curh interstate shipment of alligator WATCH FOR OPENINGof .__ ;
itors: Mr. A Gabriel, Mrs, L. IILLU A roR r PIERCE: awards for commercial buildings! hides);
ssured of the fittest insurance service Stolce and Mn E. C. Cook and! three home classification, : An amendment t'1 the snook the brand I
The Veterans of World War I most attractive, most unusual and snatch. of
in the land. Mn Warner B. Tilton. chair: law to end hooking
man of the nominating commit: Barracks and Auxiliary of Fort most in keeping with the OirtMmm snook' :
the slate Pierce held their installation of theme" Judges are Mr, and M". Mart !
tee presented following And measure in oppoititKin to Pelican Garden .
officer on Saturday evening and Mrs.vd
of officers: president. Mr*. Mack Chris Kalb'' Mr continued bulkheading and filling
CoMcllo: first vice president, Mn Dec fAttending from Jensen Reach liam Wens and Mr and Mn of Florida" river and hay stores.Ahrolute .. t
Horace Hunt; second vice president Bazil Vincent. Those wishing to Route :1!1.1..1 I in Golden CateINTEGRITY
were Mr and Mrs. AI Ferguson' should
the contact
Mn Carlisle Luthqr secre I enter j is 4V)
; Mr and Mn_' : James, Clark, Mr. of the juJges.Four atro dcllroesbel"w : t
YOU lAGENTVIII tary. Mrs. Luther din!*, trea ur and Mrs Victor La"ratrlck any -- tero ___ _
Iran er, Mrs. Grace Buell Callahan Miss Catherine Calla- --- -- --__ -_'" =,, I

/ I.I r//1 Memorial donations were madeto han Mr and Mrs. Phil Kir", Mr. Are < oSi: ";F iE- --=='" .... l
purchase: new smites: for use and Mrs Fred Hall. Mr and Mrs. Boys '
in the new. sanctuary Mrs Grace Charles Diffendal, and Mr and I
Alderman made a donation i n Mr. Charles Wendell. Arrested for
memory of her sisters, Julia Gault
and Jennie Brown; Mrs. Jack Kuhn
donated in memory of her broth. COOKOUT IIFLD Thefts SeriesFour .
w. B. TILTONINSURANCE er Edward LholU and Mrs. Sue AT MKLALILC4: I

Gui! donated in memory of her A cookout and covered-dish :10-
parents Mn. Robert Seal offered dinner was held Saturday noon, colored juveniles from' j ..!
to pay for the little dishwasher Dec ::5, at Mclnleuca Cottages. Port Salerno who were discovered A, steadfast
AGENCY needed for these services Guests Mr and in a Kobe Sound hardware store v:
The installation ceremonies and attending were about J;W ain. Dec. 3, have ad-'
Mn. William Dale I Rockford,
;i as a hearty, :
milled several recent break-in, 4
Since 1921 dinner of the World War 1 Vetcr Mich:; Dr and Mrs.. H. Leon-
ant and Auxiliary will be held on hardt, tynhrook. N. Y.: Mr and according to Sheriff Roy Baker !
1ENSFN BFAC1I AT 7-1411 Tuesday. Dec. 15 in Fellowsh Mrs. William Peters, l-ssinjton: Its boys ringing in age from el :"; handshake
Hall. Mrs. Mack Cbstcllo will be Pa.: Mr and Mrs. E. J. Curtis, fourteen to sixteen were caught :
Olficer Jerry Jarrett of I h. I
chairman -of the dinner assisted by
Charlotte, N C.; Mr and Mrs. -sn
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I, committee. Dinner will be Jupiter Island "polite when he saw
by a J. M Hoober lancaster, Pa; Lire :
served by the Mens Brotherhood. Lillian Hansen and Mn A. Milan10 them in the Island MercantileA Of prim Importune, when you entrant for the money yon pliers with( sir Ilea .

The Circle will present the Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Supply Kond Company, Hobe Sound store JIII'mtwn on )i nr puree) to any oar else. U the conkMrr. It a privilege to meet you to l
church: with a gift of tai<( ) for the Mn Thomas Miller, MoiinC {'ar.md bridge reputation and hitrcrlty of lh. firm answer any questions you way have (
his to U S. 1 to pick
: building fund; $700 has been given I Conn. Mrs.. Gladys SuUU'f up his on morning way rarer.[ ''e held tile: with width you do bw.lnrwi. lift Mori- 11 us shoe you how jmir money can ..... "
by the Mens Brotherhood and Jemen Beach, Mr and Mrs Lewis boys for IVpuiies, Jack Curry und (vrpiirailiHi CM after the evident* be put. au work-harder -c r litf miirenumey i
$)00 by the Friendship Circle Gay, and the hosts Mr. and Lire.Charles gage '
I Gerald Brown of a mold of steady growth la mir for yon .
Birthdays were celebrated by II I Cay When questioned by the officers I prrsnrt ptMltkw. a growth bawd mi : I'
Orlena Braun Dorothy Temple. ,
three the
of boy
r f iA the '" of ktfrgrlly sound management _.r
Now and Dorothy kalbMn the burglarizing of three places in principals|
F. Tweedy arrives Dec. I' WWI Jensen Benin on the night of DcI and prater earning potenliil i
tZ from Minneapolis Minn, to I I. They also admitted breaking I
Earn spend the holidays with her son,, Makes DonationThe Into Johnny i Bar Jensen Beach
Rev. Newton Tweedy, pastor of last July, und to three break.ins of Interest I
t 'al Y the church and his family Auxiliary of World War t private homes In this area .

tae- u :rrat; Is I 7 C held' at a cot the Veterans held its regular business The boys had with them twowatches 5 ot.o Compounded :
prayer and
two I lighten
meeting on Friday, Dec 4, at WE PAY
home of Mrs. Charles Wheeler, I
the Community Church with MM a stretch belt which hud been taken
JIJ Skyline Drive .
Ruth Hall presiding i from the St. One Market short.ty .
On Dec IS at 630p : '
Friday before captured ValUe $
they were
A check for $15 was sent to
.m.. a Christmas party and pot. ,
of the was estimated
the veterans at Coral Gables' Hospital property

I lock Church Brotherhood., supper Aid will)and Circle be their held the families.for Mens the hundred I stamps, for dollars Christmas and eight worth pairs joy.of of Fifteen cancelled eye. at they For$M O.had their stolen foray I to pick Jensen.up Beach truck: I Fi.est l Mortgage CCl.

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On Saturday, Dec ,
r'esf sent to the Kiwanis belonging to Julius Graham nf
glawcs were
wick I* Tweedy will bike part In the entertainment i.
4 for childrento Club of the Pacific San Port Sulcrno. and when caught OF STUART -
program co, Calif., to he they had I a sedan belonging to
insure I be held at the Stuart Youth' veterans hospitals Willie Donaldson, also of Port from the Courthouse la Stuart Dial) AT 7-0122 'e
guaranteed and Deposits t f fIf 'enter while their parents shop. I'ranel"l Salerno Eat Ocean Bird. Across .
He will perform magic tricks for Jarrctt Two and new Mrs.members Marie., Th sheriff I Is holding the guarlet Corner Atlantic Ave. and Indian Blr.r Dr. In Ft. PI.rc., Dial HO 1.3110 ,

you're seeking s safe, fegh jjwM bcome 'yw which A concert he is of well Christmas known. music obligated for Juven It Counselor henry 1945 20th Btr..t JO t.2300 V.ro Bach I

on your wjfy, are Saw irC+ s CirttTicites area ,.J 1i Ine4't.hu/ *"* "" tale on Dee. U at ;
tnt answer. Yw' V der Memorial. will be held on Bank building, with Mrs. Hard A good hen lays about, 300( ) rUt .1.1t i i7R I
1)<< 20 at J : and
Sunday p.m.
hgtes! Itgal cafe of interest Mhorurt ; !I at 7 p.m. the Sunday Seheol I Heritage as chairman and Mrs a-year,- Lax..) -In- a -lifetime.. > .

to the United States aced DeposltLlh Christmas program, will be heists Orlce Installation I Lcklund of as co-chairman Officers' of the :. I It
Santa will arrive at ft and refresh
tip !to JJ8.000 wig i Ue insured ttPunsl bss, ments will be !served Birracka and Auxiliary and a turkey s 'i'4 .

by m agency pf the I Uute4 St tesGoyan meld, Community dinner will Church lie held on& Dec at ..the 15 >*app< f>. s6'

_,y..w ai i; ;i k, Ytt..tww.w BARBARA ANN LIVDSEY Mrs tieorglana Hofferth and
Mrs. E Kavanauph will be t In
M .. ,* SECRETARIALSERVICE charge of decorations for the af.1

FIRST BANK"JVPfTE fair I Come One Come AH.- Public Invited
287.4( 7 lid Thursday, Dec. 17, there,! .
14 ) will be a desserKard party at the i ;
; community. center, with Mr*. Or
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Ice Ccklund is chairman: assisted
by Mrs. Rose Alpeter and Mrs.
relic Harlow. The public is in-
Exclusive Only at Krauss & Crane Appliances vited and requested to bring card.
A Christmas party end r cluck
supper will be held on Dec!: I II at
the community center Those attending t StJOSEPH
should lake a 50 marked lady or gentleman Santa .

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THE STUART (Flo) NEW A deadbeat wagoner trades his 1 'Adventure in Retirement," by I into Manatee Pocket, which is being -
I Thursday, December 10, 1964 Reviews of Books at daughter for a barrel of flour. The I R. L. Duffu. When Mr Duffus J Pollution Abatement Investigated.
daughter, Julie, find out where 'retired from bit post as editorial President Chuck Kindred said
Mr*. Renee Burro had a. com- the missing payroll is hidden and writer on the New York Tune, that interstate conference on pollution
pany for the Thanksgiving holiday the attempts to (get that knowledge he and hit wife decided to travel. will be held In
*, Mr and Mrt. Charles Case Public Here mate a lively story In this book, he >shares> his thoughts abatement, and in
Library the AreaHerbert Atlanta, Ga. in January
from Fort Lauderdale and their The Fields of Noon," by Sheila on retirement and his conviction Gaining March.
guest from New York. Burnford The author of 'Incredible that travel is a vital factor in con-
Journey" write a series of tinued widening of horizons, self
I New books BOW in circulation. temple to define, using example I autobiographical essays about the education and postponement of L Smith, head of the urea are being taken against them. STRICKLAND MANAGEROF
at I the Martin County Public Library drawn from an extraordinary range out-of-doors in her native Britainor settling down to old age. This is chapter's anti-pollution\ committee, He said that the air hslt planton PORT ST LUCIE
IT include: of modern, disciplines: biology, in northern Canada. She writes not primarily a travel guide nora told IzaaJc members St. Lucie Canal! had ben Homan Strickland veteran ex
"The High White Forest, by neurology, philosophy grounds
I psychology of description of that being
mushroom-hunting of the slow people and places, Friday checked and that effective smoke ecutive with General Development
Allen. A the German at. logic, dramatic theory and literature
tempt their last great effort of subtle Canadian spring, of walksin but rather a glimpse of what trav- gained in the war against water abatement measures! had been take Corporation, has been named gen
Scotland and tne Pyrenees as el brings out in a viewpoint toward pollution here. and effluents drained into '
en are eral of the *
PAYSTO World War II to the AlliedForces i manager company
repel "An Explanation of Spain by well at of Claud, the canary, and retirement. Last spring there were twenty- catch-pools instead of into the J6,000-acre home community at
the live ,
of a traitor a Elena de LaSouchcre A perceptive of her dogs. Call After Midnight" by Mig- seven contamination outlets in the. canal.
been man
Port St Lucie. He has
pacifist, and a shell-shocked: war I and interesting study of the "The Letters," Vie.tor non G. Eberhart. A divorcee, suspected Jensen Beach area, he said, but the I
by One voiced Sebastian Highlands -
of General
hero come: into violent conflict. I social, political aneconomic! situation protest was against ager
collusion in the murderof Martin County Health Department
Canning. Scorpio has blackmail .
a of diesel fuel oil
On the battleground of the High of present-day Spain and racket and her successor, find her exhusband's reported that these have been bilge pumping
this the
White Forest, war become t h e is storyof
the future talent within her, business and his associates reduced to five-abatement meaa-
an to him
attempt identify
tragedy of men and not the glory
The Genesis of Twentieth Cent- through his victims and his wom pursue her as does death. .
COMPAREPRESCRIPTION of armies. ury philosophy," by Harry Prosch en. Embellished with glossy particulars 'Llfo With Picasso," by Fran- editor and the other a lawyer, are //tjiiJtIJ; ALL OF YOUR
"Downstream: A Natural His'tory I This explanation of the problemsand of Pans, the Cote d'Azur coise Gilot and Carlton Lake. allies in different "radical' fronts
of the River," by John Bar. terminology of the philosophers and the Bernese Alps Francoise was Picasso's model, col that affect their children in personal {7' HOME INSURANCE NEEDS
dach. A skilled scientist tells the from and i .
Copernicus to Hegel, mistress, 'bore him two ways."The illD
story of mountain brooks and wa written with clarity and humor, "My Autobiography, by Charles children f met all his friends and Explorer," by Frances and
:jale of aquatic plants, fishes will provide an Interested reader Chapnn.m Charlie Chaplin got his fellow artists and observed him Parkinson Keyes. An explorer mar
birds and mammal with a background enabling him start short comedies for Keystone with humorous, if affectionate, perception ries a virtual recluse in her twenties -
PRICES and Mack Bennett In his
to understand the powerful mindsof She writes of him bothas for the purpose of bearing
autobiography he tells about his
"Not Under Oath" by John our twentieth century civiliza a person and as a very articulate his son While the husband is exploring
Kieraa The vivacity and warmth tion. earlier life, the beginnings of the and valuable artist. lost cities in Peru, the '. ". Moro Md nun Ilml
of the author personality enrich For Love of Some Islands," by movies in in feature Hollywood and his success "The Wounded Land," by Han wife becomes interested in a young $, .' "' owners an tiklniol IlIYllltail
He also
PARK these essays! which deal with hit Floyd Schmoe beguiling account writes frankly of his Habe. A well-known noveltist!! describes Frenchman. The husband returns this convenient Ill.Is-one
own celebrity-studded past, the of the ian1. and waters of the the tragic divisions he saw in time and the family moves to HOMEOWNERS POUCH!
offbeat characters of his days as paternity in his adopted He traveled L.IA
Pugct Sound with particular atten him and marrlaae"j country. Peru. An unusual plot.
PHARMACYDISCOUNT a reporter, the results of his explorations tion to a recent summer he spent drove him into political self to Washington during the Kennedy 9'1' ; 1J It tins joi complete
naturalist and administration
nappy man's as enjoyment a of living a. there recording on a and houseboat reflecting! observing on the, "Florida: Polluted Paradise! ," by I by elegance and intellect, characterized; to Birmingham Books & Recordsmake YOUR HOME proleclioi (for JOur tonn vA

( DRUG STORE) "The Act of Creation," by Ar- life that today goes on at the sea'. June Cleo and Hank Mesouf. This of the bombings; to Tuscaloosa PERSONAL POSSESSIONSHOUSEHOLD lamlly III snlni OTM sin
thur Koestler, The author advances edge as it has since the beginning is a book which will be widely'I home of the Ku klux Perfect Gifts tottngsj to tallililuil polities.
213 E. Ocean Blvd. the theory that all creative of time. and heatedly discussed In Florida Klan; to Texas, seen in retrospect IOODS -
activities--the conscious and unconscious "The Twelve Days" by George In it, two angry Floridians, obvi- of the assassination and to Hollywood For Christmas ,
processes of scientific Malcolm Thomson !In this dra- ously writing under pseudonyms, It is a sad, caring book, SHOP EARLY PERSONAL IIIBIIITT .
AT 7-3201 discovery, artistic originality, and matic account of the twelve days ;: paint an unlovely picture of Florida perhaps too quick .to take intuition For Best Selection: AtVALENTINE'S ADDITIONAL LIVING EXPENSE .
comic inspiration-have a basic preceding the outbreak of World 'where sewage flow in drink- for truth. -
pattern in common that he atcomplete War I, the author shows how a Ing water supplies; where there First!! Papers," by Laura Z. SEE US TODAY FOR DETAIlS!!
-- tangle of f apparently unrelated are inadequate public health facilities Hobson Long Island during World
strands-political and diplomatic where underpaid teachers War I is the setting for this novel 329 E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart
maneuvers private frustration and and antiquated schools keep education about the intermingling of the Martin County'. One-Slop BILL BERRY AGENCY
ambitions, ironies of circumstance substandard and where low lives of a Jewish family and a Unitarian Book, BIble & Record Shop
Look combined to produce completely wages are widespread and chronic: family, The _fathers, one an 620 COLORADO AVENUE DIAL 287-0966
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for the tM "The Man," by Irving Wallace.
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sign attC a y+ In the United States, during the T
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son, successor, an unexpected accident -
of and the law of successionhave e e / sttB., H

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., The President to E
iD ''' attempts 4'MY W"', tivw'rd
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LIGHTHOUSE POINT worth reading!
s "Portrait of a General; Sir Henry -
j r Ilorldu'i most outstanding Clinton in the War of Independence C
k waterfront community ," by William Bradford Will-
\1 I cox. A professor! of history at the
University of Michigan fully examines 0
''RV.! the heretofore. neglected
; I career: of the general. who was
second in command Sir Wit- M
L1ILEthj Ham Howe from 1775 to 1777 and b'tdrU.rw/Mqa'

1)) TI, al This thereafter study was demonstrates commandcr-in-chief dramatically DESIGNS ASSORTED! M.aw.a ,yw .. Tn. P

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fit' Honor Roll Released ; TIIE STUART (Florida) NE"g Ihuniday. December 10,19641-D
:'' >[tub, Fair Association, Jack and Jill Kindergartene
I INFANTRY: armor, entered the Army in December
Yule Parade Judy Osbom Led Juniors Army Private First CUM I lorMM "-I 1962 and received basic
Winners In Saturday's I I' O. Hall son or Ntf*. Pitnie G. training at Fort Gordon Ga. He
I Mall. Jansen! Beach WM amigned was bat a>"*igned lit Fort Sill Okla.
With AHA RecordJudy
I sin to the I47ih Infantry Brigade ul I
a r + The Chrntmas season! PIII -- - ''I Fort I Kenning, da., on Nov. 17. Even the moot tnmgry octopus!
, .Y. I officially I in Martin County onSaturdu Oshofn, seventh grade led I cy Meyer, Pam RoMimm JxjnoRood. Mall, u truck' vehicle: mechanic' will recoil from the ttinging tcnu-
1Iry \. 0.-.:. 5. hem SaitU all the teat by receiving all "AVJ Stephen Martin iind Chip I'in Headquarters Company. 4th den I of the beautiful, flowerlikesea
[! Clans came to Stuart and wu wsI lconKd in the Stuart Junior High Schoolhonor ll.trmma. _Battalion ol the brigade's _69th anemone
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roll released by Joseph A.McCoy
SX>nM>a-d hthe Junior WonkM'iClub.
"'lh more than fifty unit* principal on M"nduY'1
Looking for Outstanding
I taking. part ,including: five bands Dec 7.
The first pn/c tor t k...... the On the honor roll, with "both
revoKing' uophv preiented l by the "AV and "BV. were:
Kirsl' Njlion.il Dank. of Stuart add Ninth grade: Hekn Kay Smith ',i Christmas Gifts PWe
n plaque ,.I''n hy the 4-H Yvonne Rownarin. Ginger Burdgc. I
Club which.. repeated its I'XIJtk> Cathy Orun r. Marianne Brrvme.Barbara t1
ton Second and I third I priM White. Mary Peck. Carol }
rf plaqucr went to Martin' County Bake Vera Book, Rufus Brown [ have hundreds of usual and unusual
I F.ur Asvuation and to Jack and and Linda Erickson.
Jill KiruKrenrtcn.! :: respectively'\ : the Eighth grade: Christine l.orciu. I items especially suited (for
tatter' eJ' mj out I'psiktn Zeta ,
( Margy Meggetl Kathy Tctcr
C haptrr! ol Beta Sigma Phi orori- Langbehn, Rndy Johnson Rob I The Very Best in Giving;
twith which. it tied. bie Peck and Janice Taylor.
The plaques were donatedyby the Seventh grade: Ken WoIll..er.I. I
Bank of Sm.in Fins, Federal Sayings
f tr + r Jacquo Pcnick: Andrea Mills.
.,r ,. tin Count.ind and I 11'.1" Association first Mortgage of Mar Mark Perry Diana Hart Sally The Swinging Door Gift t Shop
j Hamv DonulJ Been, Cheryl Content -
.. "4 Corpi; >ration Mary Jo Hucning Jimmy Van 1
1''" ." ./ '. The pt.iqiif! lor' the beat Commercial Tuincn, Donna Foiknall, (;ieorganno Gifts for Every Occasion
float' .ivariled.' hy General Houser. Nan-
',: RK Fittm of' Port Salerno, went Shcpurd. Kathy 5H (l)11\IIRCIIL: I M Rl K I' JKNSKN:: BKACI I. FL1.lrKrrttitrr .
to Martin Memorial H'''pital.
"' I The jud' 'I s were Mrs. F t'wrest er Jack Williamson" and County
H. Walkiiu. ( aunty (Cotnniiwk- Judge Mallory 1.. Johnson .
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TMC STUART (Tte.) N WSNAMFO Thnnday, ltcember 10, 1964 I Choir Coming
xa Newberry
Hobe Sound NewsMRS. r
l'A.t'fJft of the 1 fohe bind! arriftt t Church

FOR MISSION !Srrvices win i be heM at the EVA CAMPBELLCorrespondeet
The Rev. Ted f.ott pastor of Hobe Sound Civic Center: Sunday 546-J9I1
I the Dunklin Memorial Baptist school at >> 45 with church: servIces R :
'w : :
<( hunch of Imliantown. has announced 11 I II J a.m. each Sunday. 1 ?
t h H I the Rev \\ P StationTo
(hooks. has beui uppomttd pus4or VII (It I With a Classified Ad! Welcome & 'V.ea .

leaatta Iar.aalIrso. Open Dec. 19 --r

(nut .. ..t..I hMrlitf .M) Last minute preliminary at H .. I 'r''
A moil unto. ln elf:, ft metal !.. the Hobe Sound Welcome Station ; 1
word.. A Iru* III., Hon-opor.llfH i are scheduled for Saturday when r !
III Mnto.ol.-D.hlho.or model. irtunl tlu.NwrlnR rapllc* of Ale tho......m..110"...... the station, will be open for all a ,
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will he tiwn /r. t..nr I
nor ......rlu Ihl. .dv.rtH.m..nlYOURS'FREE'TO W... I It business men of the community to ,
,.. .
ItEEr" hen tT.S bring in literature pertaimrtg to
their busine.ee.EvetythindyuU
then be In readiness .
Batteries At Discount PricesREC. for the formal opening Saturday
I Dei 19., Additional volunteers
td help) man the station will

SUE fi Puck $%.10S4IK $1.26 NOW i F.40IlF.fPack\ $1.80 REG. '". $1 NOW.OS are be welcomed asked report Interested to the person station! : ii

-\ Pack $%10 $1.26 .575t-6: : Pack $1.80 and meet w'fth the member of :the ,

I I S76E Pack $%.40 $1.50 M75: -6 Pack $%10 $1,26'I committee at any time during the r''I r ,
afternoon. '
I F.340E-6 Pock $ .75 $ .48 IJI2E: 6 Pack $1.50. $ .96 I The Welcome Station Commit.tee I
of the Chamber of Commerce
Western Auto Associate Store II headed by Dr. Woodbury and f
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I Aulhorl/cd Dealer J\1010ROI.ATll\III.: HEARING: All> I II includes Thomas Gouldman. Sc o '
mone Vineher,. Rodger Delanaval,
261 Osctola, Sliiiirt Florida. Phone 287-0775 Oscar Bloom, and Dr. W. O My- ,
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ia FLORIDA SrtlDFNTS, Sherry McCloskey, Winter Park, and
William T Singleton Clearwater, are member of the Newberry
College Singers a sixty-member acappelU choir, to be presentedin
a Christina concert at Martin County High School in Stuart
at 1030: am Thursday, Dec. 17.
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AY'e ) Richard Bircher, Raleigh N CWmdy .
t Pre- Yule III:' R. C Jenkins Wai
lingford, Pa; Serenity," T. C
Bunch Farmmgton Conn.;
M A FASHION SHOW under the direction of Mrs Ed Lawrence entertained the wives of flower (trow Yachting "Morie." Ed Burnham, Riviera,
era at the Outrigger Restaurant Monday noon. Dec 7 Wearing a one piece knit red and blue suit Beach; "Kittiwake:' I. R Anthony!
was Manly Newall; Sally Stevens models a Chinese outfit; a knit dress and sweater of yellow is Jr., Atlantic Beach; Manatee. '
FOR MEN: worn by Sandy Langford The flower growers were attending a short course sponsored by the SlowdownA F T. Wooherton, Ponte" Vedra
University of Florida extension service at Port St Lucie Country Club this past weekend Beach; and Sassi Fras, L. Johnson
tourist t slow down during the Fort George
MANHATTAN and HATHAWAY SHIRTS _. _-- week of Nov 29-Dec. 6 was indicated
by the records of Langford TIDE DURANT COMPANY
PALM DEACII SUITS and SP(5lVf, COATS Singing Featured First Meet Marina and Langford Villas OPENS SI 1 DART OFFICE
That week's list followed an all. David Durant is opening an office .
SWEATERS BELTS RAINCOATS time high record during the weekof this week for The Durant Company
Nov 2229. Advance reservations on South Dixie Cutoff) In
however, Indicate a record- Stuart for the sales of swimming
.,' Season Tourist
Of for Group
:.. :: breaking season pools, tennis courts and. concrete
A total of twelve yachts and and chain-link fences. Mrs Durant -
FOR LADIES: f"S. *' their owners docked at the Lang- i will assist him in the office
J -- -- ,I ; i The Tourist Club met for the Roses:' Willis Dexter was her ac- The Christmas party will be held ford Marina during this past week; At their sales yard next to the
: First time this season on. Monday i I companjst on Monday, Dec 21. I eight of that number were Florida office they will carry concrete
I LONDON FOG COATS COCKTAIL. DRESSES .! Dec 7 at the Stuart Youth Center based flagstones outdoor pottery and
with 211 attendance I The boats and owners were: patio equipment Mr. Durant has
J ORLONNITS'WEATERS LINGERIE i pcrsonsm I j Prize Winners at Successful "Laniru II." Claude L. Wright, been building swimming pools,
The invocation
was given by "
Tulsa Okla.; "Vera K, Ralph tennis courts and putting greens
IIOSIERY COSTUME JEWELRY Rev. Newton Tweedy of the Jen- :: I Hcllmer, Rowland, N C; "Goosander for private homes, clubs and col.
\ ten Beach Community Church DessertCarJs> on Wednesday. ," Captain Guy Chadwick. leges for the past twenty-nine years
, SPORTSWEAR | ,j Mrs Ruth Hall accompanied by --V' U.S.N. (Ret.), Old Lyme, Conn.; throughout Florida and New England :
Willis Dexter at the piano. led the I Sit door prizes were awarded at I i ise Forrester, Mrs, W P. Bishop, I 'Orausta," L. N Fraser, Shilling- His summer office is in Wil-
'' group in singing the successful dessert card party Mrs. J. R. Pomeroy Sr., and Mrs.C. ton Pa.; "Alcyone," H H Hart- liam bura. Mass They live 0 n
'i. Words of welcome were spoken held by the Woman Club of Stuart Donald Warder stone' Cohasset, Mass; "Verdic:' Fairmont Street in Stuart
\4' HOME by Mayor Ray Cooke Jim McMahon on Wednesday at the clubhouse Mrs C. R. Vanderveer, chair .
FOR : director of the center and Winners were Mrs John Anloch. man was assisted by Mrs Vincent I I
John Patterson! president of the Sirs Loren Allen, Mrs Ethel M, J. Vilardi, Mrs. Paul C. Howe
I SETS. 't'1 1Ii I :r our$.Club, who spokefpr.Bounty Mitchell, Miss Helen l. Funnell!, Mrs Harold O .,Woollty,.Mr,*.W I .-MercuryJorl'65"-=
STABLE LINEN and TOWEL : CommisHoner H *r b 'I Mrs i. Edward Book and! Mrs K. Donovan and Mrs Walter I j
who was unable to attend.Roll C S. Edward Stokes I
*SHEETS and BLANKETS j: < call of the states I Mrs. James I I. Dale)' decorated Brings you a remarkably different

fc \< < i guests from twenty-three Mates| the prize table with a Santa and PTA Groub Made automobile inspired by the Lincoln
and Canada.Mrs. his helpers sliding down a high
:ill Joan Pliitts, accompanied slide to join the prizes, a varietyof Visit to SchoolA Continental Tradition for quality,

Ii O/fitlll: Headquarters Boy & Girl Scouts iy Mrs Carol Schwarz, pianist, I unusual Christmas items The craftsmanship and engineering excellence
: sang "0 Holy Night," 'III Be auditorium decorated with tree group of twelve Parent Teacher -
rn'S Home for Christmas" and "White wreath and a fat 1 jolly Santa, mane Association workers visited the GO MERCURY\ FOR '65
Christmas." high i the feeling that': : t h e school on Wedne' Christmas t season had arrived; Principal Felix Williams escortedthe \
h STORE A.M. TO t Rev. Newton B, Tweedy enter.
(,: -j HOURS 9 9 P.M. tamed with tricks Among the winners of the table group through several classroom
,f" ; Ed magic"Pe Some Mrs. Ed Ham Mrs. After the tour the where:; Merkle Motors Inc.
sang <
/ 1\10NDAYTHRU SATURDAYRUBIN'S Enchanted Clay Evening," hey Didn'tBelieve Margaret Heckler Mrs. L. Orth- ents went i into the lunchroom
Mrs, they had lunch akngIIIith the
inghaus Gcorie Wait Mrs
and 'I He
Me. Believe"
was accompanied by Mrs. Margaret F. W, Hazlewood. Mrs GabriellaCommack children and the principal YOUR IINCOIN, MERCURY: COMET: DEAI.FR
t. Mrs H H Thayer
t Deeter Mrs. J. Wesley Joslyn Mrs H, S. There are about 40,()XX( ) fran- 305 N. COLOR\DO AVF- STUART, AT 7-III4
; A quartet comprised of Mrs. Hulsey, Mrs. Charles Clayton. chised new car dealers Jn the
Ruth Hall Mrs. MI e Swope, I
I Mrs J Edward Book. Mrs l.ou- United States.
Clarence Snook and Russell Speck __ __ ____ 00-- __ ____
i sang Just a Closer Walk With
Three:' That Old! Gang of Mine,"
117 N. 2nd Street 464-1770 Fort Pierce and 'For Me and My Gal:'

r The meeting closed with Mrs I fl'1, r
\ _Iialllal11##......taMiaMltftll..............#.#.......................... Hall singing "Moonlight and
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j jdW HUMS AND U1LLSE R.\VWAlD of Stuart SnufrVeKMrU dub :
"1t-:CHASON'S! GARAGE, 317 S. FEDERAL HIGHWAY, STUART won first priM in the comoLilmn play-offs of the Florida Ea4 I Located adjacent to the restaurantj
cow Central Division Double Tournament held a< Ocean BrceM
WatdI tII, "" llee s"..."ClSon.Wtfftetll.,tfttIlt\cS 1 Park Thunday, Dec I

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held on Saturda\ Dc. i(h. between of the Knotty Pine < ot6sgcs\ OT .--- ---- ,. UtE STUART (FhirMa) NEWSIhHl"Hhty
7 35 Horses and
and 8 p.m. the ThankSfKing bol day!s Mn I 1 Itoeemher 10 194 9H1
NEWS The Christmas party and dm Gordon! M Dw daughter of i h uRilimans. -- -----.

ner will beat the club at I Riders in Rodeo aunt) Arnold, Tucker finishing' In
MRS C. B, HEASLEYCorreapoadeat 6 p.m. y. Dec. 10 at7pm I those positions in the sack race.
Mr. Hi Mrs. Nick Wendel cf
Sent will
children of Ra* the East Co Wrd. N. Y. are upending < Thule 'IIM horsi and rklen---I j If you hMhone and would!
AT '.(Iln The tile wtoftr at Knotty Pinc, \\llh ,n ippnci HIM au ilncc--I like to rake part. in the fun. you'h
not will
org meeting CottafM. t\'k part In the MI '|vvual features'I invited to iht practice runs on the
he Jan. 7. The
Tuesday card last Sunday it each
month N Mrnlen
parties will he on Dei I H S and 29 Mr and Mrs Fd Mitchell of 1.1 .tumors mil ait ills with a !sack i will he on Sunday. Jan <
Rio Installs at I p.m. I Brh ken. N. J. are rcndll1S the i, I.t... ,tin inn' inters auvion fur the ------
Ret RermlimwMa were served by winter on Bernard AcnucI liltU niwpokes, ut the second Tale I The had
Mrs. J. Shouter and Mrs. Charles I Twisltrs Saddle C'k ib rodM of ..... in government/ fore.C -
Babcock. Mr and Mrs Karl Hamjosten< "season laM Sunibt at !IN Jack I thai I I. MMKKH) Italians will
Club OfficersRio I of Providence R. I I.. and Mrs, : Janus ranch I II II leave the farms fur city i,r factory

DESSFRT-CARD PARTY Gertrude Kehoe of Wistport IMM ',1' I I lunitvs taking first to third nibs---.in- -the- nets tin years .
Civic Club installed Its of HUD AT CIVIC CLUB Conn., are mending the winter at place 'in wants I 1\. t "' Margie Nar.l I -

fivers for '1964-63 at a meeting A dessert-card was heldat I Periwinkle Cottages ,l\ern, Mars Ann. II'ndn and! Mark
held Dec. 3. Rio Civic Club party on Tuesday, Mr and Mrs F. Kimmerly of I"'no.lry.Cn i\... sibs .took fins 10 IMfjOS

Mrs. Fletcher Young was Introduced play.Dec. I with fourteen tables I in Sarnia, home Ontario after Canada spending! have two returned 1iFiI Ji s third slot Jr"!. .were Diana('tusk Rms v_ 1'1.' kannie"hn Siom.SIel.an I
and welcomed at a new Mrs Markus winner weeks with their aunt and uncle. Virgil ()-.teet I I .s I\romholil.
was 666
member. Junior I anc And 1\11 ke Rosa: with
Charles Babcock of Me
of the door prize. Table Mr. and Mrs. : I I
The new officers and directorsare prizeswere home 0.111: Johnson' "'I" IC lIafllln
Mrs Ella (,orde, River Boulevard They went lU'r
won by
Mrs Henry Spencer, : __ _. _
: shoes
president m their and
Mrs Margaret Kahn Mrs EstellePerlber with sand re riae'VaiPl'le'a e ev amta+e ir>r '/ ------'/--- --"-''- -'-' +rKM'e'M
: AI Walker, vice president; that they had to leave "
Miss t Christine Ke-
Gerald Emtage treasurer! Mrs. hors, MISJ er Edna Holzhauer, Mrs, Florida.! I ..J'-.J't CHRISTMAS!; SPRAY
Carl ,
Heasley secretary three-year F T. Lillie. Mrs Bertha Sca ald, ... / ;
of .
director, Mrs. Jack Shomer; two- Mr and! Mrs William Power .,' .
Mrs. Frieda Schlimm Mrs August ,
director, John Barnett Apartments had to return I Comes in 30 Colors
year and i no gloss >
Markus Mrs. F. Muttersbach, .
North East, Pa.. thev .
to as '
director Jack
one year Shomer. .. ,
Mrs. George C "an. Mrs Al Darby their 5 MK'lLLIC: imON/IJS;
had the misfortune to lose .,
Mrs. "
Spencer was congratulated Mrs. Ernest Hail Mrs. Dorothy ,.:." wMl :
fire 1 to
return -
I home by hey
on her nine years' service as treasurer Temple and Mrs. Hubert expect Spray I Fresh Plotters Greens
Mrs Spencer was the first Klein as soon as possible tkiit --

woman president of the club. The hostess was Mrs. C. B. Mr. and Mrs Henry Carlsonof II Centerpieces: Trees Decorations
All residents of Rio are invited Heasley, who was assisted by Mrs. Pompano Beach have been '
to partcnpatc in the Christmas George Martin, Mrs. Lee Stock-: guests of Mr and! Mrs. Jack Shom \ ...\\\\o\ '" ... .:;...: .. jf, Styrofoam Candle*

lighting contest. AI Walker heads well, Mrs. Harry Grief Mrs. Freda er of River Road Mrs Carl tR )\ SKINNER: left and Sparkle Dustin get ..n assist from their mplonr Henry' G Kindred M
the committee. Judging will be Schlimm and Mrs. May DeWitt. is of Mrs. Shomer.
son a niece I while waiting on customers at s Kindreds Supermarket, where the two Martin County DCT students\ AT TA1S5N
The next card party will be on Jaiws
Mr and Mrs W. B. Haddon work as cashiers
Dec 15 t
Replace old double hunt and at p.m.
of Mr
Of Fort Ms en were guests '
casement window, Modernizeyour PERSONALSMr. and Mrs C B. Heasley for several Two Martin County DCT Students Sharon Mine Skinner, also a
home with Custom !Made days. I cashier at Kmiued: is a senior |

awnings> and Jalousie Window and Mrs. Harry Gordon and a first )ear (DCT student
For Free Estimate and Mr and Mrs. Stanley Fregyof Road Mrs.was Charles pleasantly Babcock surprised of! River last Now Train_ _n__ at__ Kindred's_ ____ __- -- Sunermarket Sharon came to Stuart from I j
CALL AT 7-1857 l Indianapolis) 100.ere guestsof hen she visited her friends, Detroit I Mich. i in her freshman'ear 1 1I

Mr and Mrs William Kit/man Mr Friday and Mrs C. R. Richmond. In 111 is week we have Leslie Jean dent and holds the office: of his. I \ ,. She Is the daughter! of Rey I ,, ( I
ttt.Ill.Itoelttl aiaiaaat.. Fort Pierce. A birthday dinner Dustin and! Sharon Marie Skin.ner lorian of i he club. Among her ', and! Mrs C E. Skinner of In- 'I
was served at Genet Restaurant to represent the DiversltieilCooperative ] I diantown! : I aocatcd (lit Rmile fit,
Let our experts Later in the evening, at the home Training program of many Interests are horses. Presently -'' She is an excellent organist. .n.I'' :! aowra 1. sal i am. Anw d A. tnM
of the Richmond, games were Martin County Senior Hush School the in employed at Km her hobbies Include plavtng the I '
and a birthday cake enjoyed dreds Supermarket, a. a Lashicr piano and! organ and reading. Aft : ."
played A friendly, out I-going person. i ALSO 1INcu.; ." FOR 1m: .\RIIS|
FIBERGLASYOUR Leslie Jean Dustm (hotter known I After graduation Sparkle plans lo ri, gr (dilation. Sharon plans lo got t tlo '

Mrs May De\V at of Rio Boulevard as Sparkle') was born in _Miami, t college or to be.uin schiwil illcge _. __ i iI ...a..a...\ni..".................. ...-.
and senior of MC II.
is now a
recovering from a fall in
is ribs. She is the daughter' / of Mr. and =i
which she broke a couple ..r
BOATGet Mrs A. R [merit of Indiuntown
a............. Sparkle is a lirst year IX'r slu-

our Free Estimate Warranty Deeds 1 I .5

14. H. l 19. :o. 21. 22. 24 25
1 26, 27, :M, 29, iO and 'I. section ,
We Sell all kinds of f Filed in Week 21. townhlp1'/ ;.. range 40 t, '
S 1(0( ChrISTmas

FIBERGLASING SUPPLIES Jl: 11I.111 U James Edward Duvall to JamesA 1Ir
"I Duvall 27 and 28, block
Marine Paints at discount I Lads
Clolh, Resin, hardener Petit Frnest L. Highee to 4, Monterey mbdivision $100).
tot 10 and CIIIIi\
E. Homan
Arthur J. Connelly ct al to Ilin
II I, block F Cleveland Addition I Grlcn ct al! Tract 6, Mock: 65St i
BOAT SLIPS FOR RENTBrand to the Town of Palm City $12 I .I ry. Luck Inlet farms subdivision s I ( t

200! ) J4,(NX). t
new concrete dock with sturdy piers. Water and Frank Kupcr to John P. Hughes I Pat J. SI11J/ r to Perry I I. GifTS
electric at each slip. Near Inlet Property in government lot 2. sec Shook. lot 10 Jupiter River r* r
37 S.. 41
tion 26. township range lutes Addition I $25.000/ .
E.: $45000
I I Coral I Gardens Development
Boat Co. Elizabeth Wagner to Ervin Wagner
Branson I '
Property in tract 3, block 41St -I vert lot t. block Coral Gar:
| ucie Inlet farms subdivision i| dens suhdiviiion, plat 2. I.ROO
I :
Margaret Vanderpool and) Eliza'i -
Steve Holla to Charles C. Uith-. !i I beth J. !Stewart to John' I I.. /itel, I
Lucie Blvdoff AlA ,Port Salerno er l-ots 13 14 and 15, block 4. ,
1.01 1 I I. 2. i.4, *. 6,1 and I. \block
Monterey ,subdivision. lists!). I J, Halputiokctf Park $6.700). ', '
Phone 287-4477 Bruce Really and Mortgage, I I' LADIES'
Inc to Paul Kosehlum et al. Tracts J. W. Halaway to O. D. tlolll' SWEATERS I,
2, 3 4. 5. 6 H, S). 10.I II. 12. way. I lot IK and northwesterly 21feet '
-- .. : : lJ'j I I of lot I IV. hlock- II-' .nt.il--. -A. .
. ------ ------ ----_ -- '--- ___ _-_- :_o-__ -! T'l Indianlown: $2NM( ): fr nl IVilol
== '
W P Bishop to Alvin Graham. gele I'nslJif cll j tJll I 1C
UK I 11 I3. Sea Gate Harhor 51.1I.1I.! ) s 11urll

Charles 11 Hrad..haw Il, Public\ ti 1 rJCC(1 b Loomed,
Health Foundation! for Cancer and tiain sell front
Blood Prew. irt Research, Inc. J, t ts
Properly 'in government lot 3. sec
ATTENTION lion 11, township 38 S. range 42 1 c 1lCt as
F $111000./
rs i i.s
Public Health Foundations ror' k1 S1V e
Cancer and Blond Pressure Re.
search Inc. to (hartes H. Brad 4\(1iC
thaw Property In government lots
,L ROOSTERSThis 5. 6 and 7. section' II, township : A lpr1 1 CJI 1 Cyla J1C4
38 S.. range 42 e. $30000( I i 1 ti
Public Health Foundation (lifI l lc
Cancer and Blood Pressure Research
liK: to Charles H Brad tiln ., V ,
thaw Vuty fort, right.of-way in
is your night to crow township>. 3H S., range 42 F $'23iX ..

Robert G Stibclla to Paul E
McConnelL lot 29, Mobile Home
Gardens $2.500/ .
Robert O Sabolla" Id IMcr R.
Toflgttt lM 40. Mobile HtvntGaruenn.

6 p.m. until closing; Mrs. .Warren$2500.L Merrill and I 4 and 51'ie iL SE1SBO

Farle Johnson, a* the sole turviv
ing trustees of The Christian Avsemblv
Church of Salerno, to Salerno XF.lCJ.
Southern Methodist Church. 2.47 '
Lot 4, block 34. Port Salerno. glee( )

NO HENS ALLOWEDExcept Kindred.Horace Property J. Mink in to government lUnry G ; 108 2

kit 2. section, 3, township IN S.
a few show-off models range 41 I E $100.
Anthony F Radsvick lo William
and our own barnyard hens to help Meyer. lot 8 and the west I ) of Priced '
to sell
lot 19. black 7. Monterey lundi r
vision $100William .
Meyer to Anthony F MEN'SSUITS

BRING YOUR LIST OF SIZES Radtvick U4 21 I and In* west .
.. of lot 22 I block 7. Monterey tub 21pc'
division. $1110.


PUNCH BOWL Alcoholic "beverage arc IM sell TREES
eJ or permitttj to 'M used on the 97 L 411 6 I't.'lall
; to ease the pain Sunshine' State Parkway, I ktda laag fulfil S tend a
turnpike U.. of alcohulic hever Rale1ss + I.er.e.
age on the turnpike will 1 mull
) In a citation.Smokry. 348Giantii
:' 1 Xl> ta t7f -. ---

Jj' V" P'b
'. Sytt

( \ ,-. Sportswearfor I )c

/" II Ei tit?cAWUL(WT IIUV taTN rIPL i "C.tJ 11DIia\\ Y
.a : ,. ,ii" .. rA hens androosters. I A FOGfSTIY \ "E'LU"11
d a Ij i
.,.: :' t r a'' fRJCA I (? lyr
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\ ,,). j QoOD ) 1 11
Mary and 3ri
: ';; A )') ( /{eclPehcq.
Dick Russell S X17 irJ,11

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r: i t (

I Tequesta Drive Tequcsta .:. Dial 746-5433 ,

'",,,1 I 1.11 N. 2nd STItHKT; I-'OHT I'llillCK. I'l.OKIDARIO ,

t K Iak.s iraq y.1ra I

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TEMPLETON Thursday December COMING 10, 1964 I Visiting Flower Growers Inspected Area JAGUARJottings .5 5r

''' D. B. Temptoton, aMmtaht state

v.. service officer of the Florida Department Flower Farms During Short Course Study

of Veterans' Affairs will] By MAC STUCKEY

be at the office of John W Kel -- -- -- ...
";as asas
ler, Martin County veterans' service
officer, 452 Flaglcr Avenue, Experts in Last week. the Amenan Red wtb
Cross started drive to collect: :
V on Thursday. Dec, 17, from 1 to
mon \' from the students of Stuart
4 TechnicalCourses Junior High School, The mon

ey will go : help needy peopleall
p.m.Salon h.o
over world
:'" / p.ssrslyr. S Every year the Red Cross does
.. this in schools around the nation
\ Technical talks at Port St. Lucie and students are always willing tocooperate

by state and' national authorities .
f keynoted the eleventh annual short The Junior High School band
under the direction of LeMoyne
Martin County
course sponsored by
ofBeauty Flower Growers Association Roll, played. Christmas Carols in
and the Agricultural Extension the annual Christmas parade last it
Service of the University of Flori Saturday! and did a very good j job
and "see "h hP The Future Homemakers of A S
da Monday
it-yourself' -tour fe'fiii: : :County America sponsored a "Hoolenan-
: 's flower farms Monday morn ny" Friday night, Dec. 4 and everybody
PROFESSIONAL ing was the high spot of the con had a good time I
: vention. Various students performed'; for
BEAUTY CAREVIRGINIA the audience and there was also!
This is the "Mums Capital of 'I
singing and dancing '
u ___ ,,_.._h.'. 4 r, On Friday, Dec. II, the Junior
II one reckons Martin i mmy s r High football team, the Jaguars,
: B1 flower growing industry in acresit 1! Mill have a supper at the Elks LaA
is minute compared with other I Dub They will celebrate their
KINNE Owner crops. However, the fact that more ', successful season, three wins and
than 4,000,000 bunches of chrysanthemums F two l losses.
Operator are shipped from thecounty
FRANCES REDDISH every year makes it the i CONTRACT IMM1MHVT:' : -

largest producer of "mums" in ON CLEARING INLET HOME GARDENERS who hope to have poinsettias in bison, I",
the United States i
Now Featuring : A contract for $34,800 may be the Christmas season should be particularly attentive to the plan,
A person traveling through ( signed in the near future with J. right now, according to horticulturists. Months of careful primma
Martin bus, rail, auto >
County by
Pedicures H. Faser & Sons! Fort Lauderdale,
or airplane cannot help but notice fertilizing, and watering can moments of frustration< ''I i
'Relaxing Facials. small areas of land covered with o clear St. Lucie Inlet on a lease- the foliage or colorful bracts are suddenly stripped from ihcni
basis, the Corps
ontract Engineer
I what appears to be tan cheese. eported just as they begin to put forth their radiant beauty.
i cloth or black plastic: supported
OPEN MONDAY on a frame about eight feet high tf

THROUGH SATURDAY with Some strings of these of areas high-are equip ,- ,...
J. Fred SilversOF
304 OSCEOLA AT 7.0536 tric lamps. These are. chrysanthemum I.. '.'''' :I<' 'I.
farms, and at this season a I <
---- '4il' ;. ,' .\ s
---- --- .

Too Much _.c._ _
: Jensen Trailer Sales Inc.
for PACKING ROOTED CUTTINGS OF MUMS for shipping is Dclores Windon's job at the Call-
STOPpaYing fornla-Florida Plant Corporation farm on Indiantown Road Here she shows a shipping box of 20 ,

sections which holds. 500 cuttings An extra cutting is put into each section, making the total 520 for
Insurance "good measure. More than 3,000,000 cuttings ore produced in a year at the: Stuart farm. JENSEN BEACH, FLA.

riot of color is to be seen in the to market is mainly by refrigerated rose! plantings in Martin County., Rt. 707, "Just North of the Arch"

plant bed enclosed by the cloth truck, although railway express About 200 flower growers and
$42.00 A YEAR BUYS THIS $48.00 A YEAR BUYS THIS During the eleventh annual Short and air freight carry a share of others concerned with the indus
Course of the Martin County Flow. the load try attended the conference which CONTINUING BY REQUESTHis
$8,000 Home $10,000 Home er Growers Association, held at Most of t h. flowers go to was held in the Terrace Room of
$3,200 Contents $4,000 Content Port St Lucie Country Club Dec. wholesale markets on consignment the Port St Lucie Clubhouse
$800 Rent Exp. $1,000 Rental' 5 to 8, a tour of four flower farms The wholesalers sell to re A number of technical discus
: $25,000 Liability $25,000 Liability was featured. tail florists! and other retail out. sions were held, being conductedby 1st Anniversary
$500 Medical $500 Medical Traveling in two Greyhoundbuses lets, charging the grower a come specialists! in floriculture from
$250 Property Damage $250 Property Damage the guests-flower growers mission of 20 to 25 per cent The the University of Florida and other -
V $50 Glass $50 Clan from all over Florida, and some grower pays shipping charges states I
from other states, members of the At Schramm it was explained Speakers included Roy A. Larson MOBILE HOME SHOWSee
University of Florida Agricultural that by using lamps on the plantsit University of North Caroline -
Premiums Are for Concrete Block Extension Service and representative is possible to set the time of I ; R. N. Stewart USDA, Belts-
4i V:! ,r'l Houses Outside City Limits of manufacturers catering blooming almost to a specific date ville, Md.; C. O Box, Mississippi .
to the InduMry -visited four flow. Use! of the bright lights "Cool State College; Dana Goodrich, -
er farms in the vicinity of Stuart. tho mum plants\ During the long Cornell University; H. M Cathey,
jjl :. No Charge For Liability On On the tour they observed operations daylight of a summer day the I Rcltsville. Md.; S H. Kerr and The fabulous new '65s Martin County's most outstanding
at Schramm's Flowers, Inc., plants makes vegetative growth, Jasper Joiner, University of Florida of mobile homes!
R Boats and Motors California-Florida Plant Corpora. ,' while. dajkncw' tends to develop and A. J. Bowden LcnoirCity display ? .. .. ".. _
Dorcas Farm and oiW
//i tion. at the'EU bl(5v> ny lengthening the Tenn.
: Swimming Pools Miller Flower Farm. I' amount Of daylight with lights a A special program for wives 10's 12's and 20' wides; for small lots medium
Cutting and shipping of flowers I long stem J is produced When the of the growers included a tour of ,
U in full swing lit this season, desires the plants to get Ralph tvinrudes: tropical retreat
and flowers cut here on Monday I flowers he cuts out the lights and and lunch and a style show at the lots and large lots.
: REARDON INS. AGENCY can be on the New York wholesale permits the darkness to do t Its t Outrigger Restaurant.
market by Wednesday Indi I work. Over some plant beds black
I ; 287-3262 Krueger Bldg. Stuart vidual bunches are placed in plastic!\ curtains are used to extend believe SEE THIS MOBILE
per cones and packed into the period of darkness. Experts the oldest HOME SHOW! 1
varnish in existence\ is that
pa'i on
board boxes for shipping. What to be a tan cheesecloth THIS WEEK-END
appears !
----. .- .-. ...--- -- ---- ---- '- wooden mummy cases found in I
cover is actually a plastic Egypt The varnish is about 2,500
/ screen. At clone l range it resembles old.
I years
common window screen: material INVITED!
1 he main purpose of this
t cover is to protect the plants from ,antokey 5 heavy ram and high wind. To
: some extent it serves as a protection
from frost.Chrysanthemum. Sensational buys on '64 closouts; floor plans include front

blossoms must kitchens center kitchens isle kitchens
reverse one and two
... be fully open when cut. They cannot
) be cut in the bud stage as is bedrooms many with 1 /) baths. Floor plans custom tailored .

done with gladioli, peonies and! AANLE FIAEtswttcru to your desires!
roses. For this reason, moving
.. them to market promptly, and under
.. perfect; conditions, is a mustin Sales personnel in attendance 8:00 to 6:30 daily; Sunday
the "mum" industry 1w. 1:00 to 600. '
The California-Florida Plant
Corporation specializes in the production FEATURED NOW
of rooted cuttings t which ;iisCN.r.r '
they sell to flower growers whose See these beautiful new "shorties"! '

has business I n is operation producing at blooms Fremont It, New '65 models 10 wide 12 wide And only 36' long! I'

Calif? near the head of San Francisco Can be installed
Bay, where they produce leave ANT ..r..Dattend""l on your present small lot. '
stock from which cuttings are I
made to be rooted and grown here.
Conditions of temperature and
humidity are rigidly controlled in
the California houses Shipped to
.. Stuart by air freight the cuttings,
.. are placed in the plant-bed bench
for rooting This l process' is called
tucking." Soil in the benches Is
composed of imported. peat mixed ,
with sand and a commercial prod
uct known as Permalite Soil in the
... benches is treated with steam to
-'I destroy plant diseases
Cf'PC. as the corporation calls
itself, ship rooted\ cuttings lo
I a 4 growers all over the United States, t
as well as most of the
i 1 .h 7-.., S q lwr growers in Martin County It is

>wttN'lf now developing, foreign markets.
ere e Plant for commercial: mum production IwwnmgMaMMwiMM tsMMe'
I are all grown from cuttings .
not from wed, as one might

..,.., f! (P" ""." -M". "" '" suppose At Dorcas farm the visitorssaw
"r-r. a cutting operation which Is
f she's more almost aulewiatic. An endless belt ,

[jUst another pretty girl :lm y.: carries spans several the cut rows flower of to plants' workers. and .11Jti

: : : :t who make them up into bunches, i Y
|give her a Villager. Shirts : trim the sterns, remove I lower
j : "leaves from the stem and place
f from $6.00, sweaters from $12.00, Skirts from 1000.()() the bunches into paper cone formoving
Into the drying room

; f I We also have matching socks for $2.00 a pair there moving fans surplus Mir the moisture air, thus which re

would cause! damage'! eo route to

r t market Harold Burkev showed the group What kind of a tiger do you want under your hood
I The: Shoppe several specimens of rows that you priced a tiger !Iately7)])
Village had been budded onto Fortumana n tew'rs handy wltII a wtIIp and chair,00 fa"'>e300p67! ",;ttbito,.Btt--i t n,the J3W o G'O k;t..n
stock: which be claims is the best wan dtAhey IIIOf'8 Civilized pecJoao.(but wltlllota 01 the 6T0 rnuedel.try t:'a .a A xy.You can get It wtiem s alII yom; QUick!Yids-Track TJllers
vi for growing rex in Florida. "UI:01 ho Y.es.They ell"hiss huct.t..4.Carpeting.Ana cat.twa mats tome tame cats, So 00 paces fW. Pootlac La Mass & ETOAMITY
The fourth MOO of Uw tour
: 207 OSCEOLA AXE., STUART was made at the Ed Miller Flow son-ICMCVIUI,n.. D.r 8IWG..;Gnaw,U..11O m fIWUT AT seam rrmpnp pre' DUUII.
er Farm where me as well. as
L. Near the Lyric Theatre "
potts and poodle are raited. BUICK-PONTIAC INC.
1-- p: Milter I baa OM of the largest 614 s. FED. HWY. STUART, Fla

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: The 205-ton tug first of a new HIT STUART (Florida) NEWS Thursday"' December 10 1964 -&
t t\p /has German ,
propu lon
system - - - -
Palm City NewsIRS. which variable inJudts two vertical CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY I pounds. nine ounces arrived Novi&
axis pitch:
ANITA WHITE steer the vessel h\ change propellers of pitch. ? Mr. and Mrs C L. Ramey entertained I 10\() at Martin Memorial HosptsaiiParents I
are Mr and Mrs. Atberf
Correspondent The/ tug was named Mascoutah nipper guests Sunday I '
night honoring their LcBrons McDonald, who lived in the FU
after Illinois son
Telephone 287-5582 city She was neman Apartments on Palmetto
birthday I
launched July .I i at Jacobson Shipyard Street
Ii. ,__ Ovster Bat. Long Island!\ N. Guests were :.:r. and! Mrs. H -
Y. "Navy" tugs are named after 'n M faraway. Palm Lake Park 'I PILGRIM: BAPTISrSCHRISTMAS
cities with Indian names Johnny Mann and QWM Potion. CANDY SALE ,
Local SailorIs Stuart Alvin North River
Skipper Robarts is the son of : Hunter I The Pilgrim Baptist Church of
Shores; Mr. and Mrs. J. BWavstham
I the late Mr. and Mrs L. J. Murphy Port Salerno has launched its an-
Skipper Palm City His wife is the tcr h' Mr. and Mrs. Fred I coal Christmas sale of
Ostcen. ,
Clifford lewis and Mrs decorate
Margaret Pock, number boxes are beautifully
Molkv Ramev his wife and
of one of the pioneer families in Ions. with a Christmas motif. Those
Navy TugChief | Martin County. Her mother lives SroRK 1'1Mr I wishing to help the church in the
in Tropical Farms and her late I candy sale may call 2870634alter .
father was the first newspaper editor Kath rie flise, weight eight 4 p.m.
Boatswains Mate James in the counts

N. Robarts Palm City ill the skip. I Both attended school here. She
per of a new eighty-five-foot, rudderless -, graduated from Martin County If jour friend" or kinfolks are vkJlhig you' and you need a
tugboat that can maneuver I High School. He joined the Navy I motel room for them tall and Inspect ours any time. They have

sideways as well as backward and at seventeen They live in Virginia I a colored tile bath, cokmd tile floors. colored tile screened
forward. The has Beach, Va, and have three children I pon II", running In water', plenty of hot aero soft. water perfect
tug a crew of Louis Wayne, Stephen and rest bro, and they are spotlessly. rlctm. Rates' until January Isl
tight and will be used! to assist i Ann.School.
warships Sheryl ,
are $J 00 Single-$4.00 for 2 hi double bed-Twins $5.00 day
to their piers at Norfolk Naval I
Special For Next Sunday
Station It was placed I in service
by the Navy on Friday, Dec 4 NewsReport S1E\\tD' CIIICKEN WITH BISCUIT
a.asiaaq ROLLS .k nUllFR ('(}Ff'EE OR TEA *1 WUCHOICF
cards were given outlast
Wednesday and look who
made the honor roll: first grade F. L. POWELL'S MOTELAND
and split room: Jeffery Cooper.
Debra White Eddie Kirkhart.. E.
J. Newell. Sherrie Janice
Moore and M New Roach house! ; second ,*- ._. '" ,J i.. i. ',?; niimnni. U. No I 2 Blinks. North of Rcxwevclt BrUgretjtbihlifchril

wi grade: Jim and John Challancin l'Ewill be served at the Polynesian Hut on the estate! of Mr. of the Gaiilum Club of Stuart, with tho proceeds going la bcautitiwaiion /" over IS years
Candy Watts, Roberta Ambrogio, and Mrs. Ralph Evinrude following the Christmas Carol Tour of t ol, U. S. I ".t S (iiare.. Dial. with ..t." MeaP
Patty kirkhart, Karen Ledderman.r Homes" Lkc. 13, 1 1-5 The t lour
Singing Sunday p.m. is a proiuct
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I Cindy Shircy, Alan Higbee and rKrtrrr l.KKtr aKK'e' WartteY.IlXa+IrYY tKKK+aRieit'ea'tiiilKrKalK' .arN y ItN.rtMaarK'l ta rsstesereissaldlel: : : .........erestvnvtrtK.YMrVailKrtit.'t'lrit+t't'iiaiteliaKel' '
Tomniie Cobb; third grade: Patricia Church NewsASSEMBLY lIP '
Uilcy Malinda Minear and "
Sharon Newhouse; fourth grade:
Andy Watts Tommie Van Tuinen OF GOD! lIP V
: and Kenneth Challancin fifth
Word has been received that
i ;,; grade: Laura McClung and Pattie
Rev J. W. Tucker missionary
I Yates; sixth grade: Terry Austin
from the General Council of Assembly
This and Melvin Croft of God Churches, was a .
yeargivethe A colored film on bicycle safety
victim in the recent mass slayings
shown the fourth filth and
of soundTo was in Paulis, N. E. Congo His wife
gift sixth grades on Wednesday Its titlewas ToffotW hi tfic' Ctirhtmai Iljf.ls' ,
and three children
were in a
someone in your family "I 1 Am No Fool." sixty persons herded into groupof a hut I Ifj-1rJ. f r ,tllicover wIioU world of wonJrrs
The Parent Teacher Associations thib
whose hearing is impaired, December meeting has! been and beaten Nothing is known of ,lUO ..,.,.\.d' ,dr,.. : eve'';'aiipinLfrJ. DlnmonJi 'for; a gin| -lut
missionaries, MissGale
there is no gift more thoughtful, change to Dec. 14. 8 p.m. Mrs two Winters other and Miss Lillian ""gon. '.....-.:..: 'I..,;....'t'i '. "; (lady,,.Jrlxiiialr Jrwrlry for Ihe iriiaccuruty lnC'I'

or more permanently apprecia Wallace reports that preparationsby i .,.' ; .. ...wakhee, or and rletfmue
ted, than a hearing instrument. her class to present a play at Mr and Mrs Earl Hclsel! Altoona IS A \VORl6of s .: :.; .'
Pa. welcomed the i' Iorevnyonecomesnntstolourourwalii
And giving is so simple so per this meeting are moving along were into IIS; s '
sonal with one of our gift certificates well church Sunday. They are spending l' ; /J of Ixsullful '
things lovinG
the winter on Highway 76. I .
for all or part of the Room mothers have until Dec. lIP J : Ilow fillY || yto
18 to for class! .
prepare parties
instrument coat. before the holidays. UNITED CONGREGATIONALTotal f: nO WOndCROUS I,o everyone. on your Ital.,
Meet the first teacher, attendance for the month i 4 Itli
You can depend on us to pro grade uur tonveuleiit LuJyrl aib
Vide a scientific fitting with Miss Anna L. Stewart who resides of November was 587; church ,,
a on Sfypmann Boulevard, Stuart. school 386 and nursery: 76. I s.tg ,
modern inconspicuous instru She WM born in Ix>cknort, NY., Reports will be given at the r "
ment-suited to the individual May 19 1917 and received her Marion Fisk Circle meeting on ;
tearing loaa.I" grade and high school education Wednesday of the success of the g Charles G. Rhoadse d,

there, Miss Stewart had three years bazaar and ham supper given at I fa
"'" Mnm I ...- at Gengsco State Teachers College the civic center Dcc, 3. .
--- -- Geneico, N. Y and one year at The Saturday Youth Dances,
I" --== Buffalo State Teachers College sponsored' by the church starteda & Son f .
raavrisatdsaHEARING. Buffalo, N Y. She has a B.S. Je- new policy. One couple will be ,
gree in education and has donegraduate chosen each Saturday night and
work at Ohio State University the fourth Saturday of each month
i Columbus, I they will compete for the bent slow I ,I
AIDCENTER She has taught in New York dancers to lead off for the following <<.',
. state Oregon and Florida and has month. Saturday's winning .. "
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seventeen years e experience, couple was Jimmy SpradUy and I'
, j I During World War II Miss Stewart Shirley Eldredge .j.: r 1'e' 6 l rao'
709 Orange Avenue y
look leave of absence and
: t DIII1461-3.166.. I' del military strvW as a person UItH B.\pnU Q
Ft. Pierce, tla.I nel officer: in the HavesSTUART'S All this week, each day there I
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I will be prayer services in obeeryante

of foreign missions The i
church will be open all day Fri .
day for prayer and meditation for ,
FARM SERVICE those who wish to do so

Thursday at 7:30p: m the Lydia J'I
Class meets at the home of Mrs
CANAL POINT, FLA. Pauline Crews. ,

Saturday I 1:30: p.m., Intermediate
Phones 924.5571.5518 OA's meet with Mrs. Frances

Grose Sunday Dec 1 13, the Christmas ; '

Complete Machine Shop Service Cantata will be held at the
church beginning at 7: ,
The these M "Night of Miracles."
Portable welding, dragline repair, tractor I "

repair, custom-made farm-ranch and PrRMNVLS:"

Also manufacture and Mrs. Ruth Brouse, Mrs. Maude
grove equipment. Miller and Mrs Elizabeth Patter

repair irrigation son attended the silver tea held by
pumps. the Home I Demonstration clubs
in Fort Pierce Thursday It i U an
Distributor for: annual affair. Gifts and were on display

Oliver Tractors & Farm EquipmentBush Mrs Ruby Longshore and Miss II

Hog Mowers & Disc spent Ruth Parrish Sunday, Went with. Palm the Herman Beach I

Goram Ropp & Dcming Pumps Millers.

The Palm City Garden Club
Myers Pumps & Sprayers
meets for its Christmas. party and
I i
Drowning Transmission EquipmentNo. monthly meeting al the Kirk hurt
home on Second Street, Thursday,

40 Chain to No. 1 J60 Chain hostess Dec 10, Mrs. VtvUn Kirkharl is I I iI I, 4i; t j 64''

SERVING THE LAKE OkFUllOBUE ARIA SINCE 1947 The Myrlen Meads were din ,
ner guests. of the Leonard Meads {,r 1 t ,

at their new home in Lake Park :If (
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Sunday. .. M r ',

Elisabeth Krumm is im-II IIt.lrs. Small or large(
horn ..
:1'-J xovmg al after a serious
.illness.. Two nephews, lack and budget make sureppreciatcd ..
OB: Charles Sandbtr of Mentor '"jt fJ
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Ohio, are hers with her until she i your Sift( i is

y Z is out of danger.Mr i above I a "

0 aa ..aertg61 and Mrs Richard Dillon all others vtFti f y ti r that t ,
have returned lo Ijbertyville Ohio
N EMCr after visiting Mrs Barbara Ko- make certain "
ul".. jour _
..... gift bears the '
n. The W J. Derricks spent Tburs- $ '
.. Jay eight I la Fort Myers. "
.. ,. NrwRs to label of( a truly '

5" ydM NOf1.r, HOME nrliovrnuTHiv I : fine store

:1 1WA1 (The CLt Palm MrETING City Home Demon I: .toIt I r L .

tUItion Club Met Tuesday. Dec.I : no more
with ten present MM Burdme
w r:1 A N, tW4'a read changes in the cwMtJtuUM I: be lure I
and by-laws of the state demon .
\ ;lc nation club After the (ml '' .,
set the year. .hm these' changes .011'I .
I4 IFFLERSXOAS .he M effect, this club will be I,, 1 as ,J ,
know as the Palm Off Exicntion. ,
Homemakers Club. I II I ,
y I Officers for the comuvf year r ,,
Free' lasasBatkn. = elected and sed rll i be MMaifed i ,, CHARLES RHOADS & SON CONVENIENTdUOGET
the first of the year The
15 Mi.s* Smlre : will .be Collcctnig __. .. ,
protect ? Orange Avenue at Second Street PLAN
Lied Ma1flen, T pen and mapzrewsor the FtoMr > PLBASB PHONE US
.. nark far aa an 6 I. Retarded School; to port St-III'I GOLLKCT AT 1 IJort I'iert ?, Florida
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goof a. Isalt ,_ etas ., eyda.r The ChrMtmaa party -II) be s I HO K/XXJ Jewelers for JS3 year

car I--.M N ....;;' jI .. covered dab. awn turner Dee 17
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sib TO* STUART (I1s.) NEWS good Mrs Jo Franklin and Mr. PTA First Street The Cash family is i Myers is a student nurse at St. 9 Congratulation to Raymond City Files Suit
ThtMMtaj', I December 10, 1964 and Mrs. Richard Yoder. I Warfield Married' Dec. 6 from Hot Springs, Ark.. Mr. Cash Mary's Hospital in West Palm Clifford Hataway and Tommy
Girls, who attended is employed with the St. Lucre Beech She visit .dm with her McAllister had, .luck hunting Sunday
Ci A. On
4>.'::11 .. Sandra Williamson, lonnie Wall Yule Program I Purtow Elmon and Fred Gilbert Honemen'Aaoci.tion.: family on wetlandsLloyd pound when turkey.Mr. they. killed a thirteen- Against Lund

Terry Wall, Debbie Cox, Beth II I WK united in marriage Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Joe Mills Smith caW raiwI hit birthday *
Indiantown NewsDOROrilY Loll, Evchne MIght, Sandra Mc Mr. and Mrs Jack Dodge loll I afternoon Doc 6 by Judge spent Wednesday through Sunday I Thunday. Dec 10 and daughter. and Mrs.lu nell Frank, bed Pwatt aatheir Rabbit HutchesThe

Allister, Virginia Snipes. Carolyn Warfield School Parent Teacher \V. C. Caveny The wedding was m Hokford. due to the death of Mr. and Mrs James Odom and guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. City of Stuart filed wit
MCALLISTER (Garret t, Beverly Yoder, Starr Wall Association in singing Christina/ held at the home of the brides Mr. Mills' grandfather, H. J. Mills sons Jimmy and Ken and Mr. J. H Hernil. of South .Bay, and in Circuit Court Thursday, Dec
Correspondent Debbie toit. Gall Lots Debbie carols at their meeting Monday. parent Mrs Jessie Elmer While there they were able to visit and Mrs Pat Buckley and Timmyand Mr and Mrs. Arley Hicks and 3, asking that Stuart O and Lorraine -
S97-MS7 Miller, Dchbie Shir**, Linda Faye nit Otc 1. Mr. Thomas' reporter Lindaand:: i was maid of Mr. Mills\ maternal grandfather, Patty and/ Mrs Polly Fortuneof I family of Lantana.Mr. Lund. 830 Stafford Drive,
WiHiamiion, Sadie Yoder, Roxanne a new enrollment record of honor. Wade Anderson served as H. G. McAllister who it confined West Palm Butch were dinner "be permanently and perpetually
.. L J IlBaptist Tuslula, Decline Wright, 422. bent man. to the hospital in BlountatownCongratulation guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. and Mrs Morris Elmore enjoined and restrained from UtI-
Carolyn York, Cathy Otis, Susan The Christmas program will beheld The bride chose for her wedding Claude Parson. are the proud parents of an eight- their for "raiain.1I'd
Girls Chad*nk. Kay Mine, Carl I Tuesday. Dec M at 7:30: in of to Joyce My- I pound, six-ounce<:e boy, born Monday ing rabbits property in that residentialarea
Franklin and Robin Knight the school cafetoriiim, with the a ballerina-length gown I ers who celebrated her eighteenth Raymond Jones celebrated his Dec. 7, at Okeechobee Gen telling
older in charge rose' and white satin. birthday. Monday Dec. 7. Miss twelfth birthday Wednesday, Dec. I eral Hospital :
Roast Wieners group The! groom is employed by St. City Attorney T. T. Oughterson
; PARTY FOR DENNLS: I I The new secretary I is Mrs Floyd: Luc I I. Horsemen ",Association.The is suing the Lunds on the strengthof
A birthday party was held for McAllittcr, and the new historianis I couple plan to make k their I But It Can Be Prevented City Ordinance No. 140 of
The G. A. Girls of Dunk I in Memorial I' Dennis Gardner on Dec, I I. Games Mrs. Raymond Clements : home at St. Lucia Acres March 27 If40, which states:
I Baptist Church held I a and a lunch were enjoyed by all "Nuisances: No use shall be madeof
wiener and hamburger roast Friday Dennis is eleven years old, I UNKUN MEMORIAL PERSONALS Soil Erosion Is Problem Here'' any property within such dia-
u BUM 1ST CHURCH I trict that shall in any way be offensive
; Dec. 4, at the InJiantown II Those attending were:
1 Mrs. Mildred Hagood a teacher or noxious by reason of
Marina Franklin Ralph MY ""lrd, Bobby I Last week at the regular business -
at Warfield School, celebratedher odors, dust smoke vibration
Steve McAllister Jackie the Dunklin Memorial gases
Chaperones were Mrs Ted Lott, I IMfS. 1 I Gardner Rogers Nancy Boring, Lisa Todd, Baptist meeting Church called Rev. Perry .' birthday Tuesday Dec. 1 1. By LEE CASON JR. ditching along with diking. To I recognize Us presence, and take or noise: nor shall anythingbe
John Holt, Mrs Mildred Ha '' "Soil erosion is combat erosion In its mildest stage positive action, or suffer the consequences constructed or maintained in
Tommy Todd and Kit. Brooks to be pastor of its new I' Juanell Prevail of Indiantown no agricultural .
"* spoilbank. spreading and shaping, such a district that would in any
mission in Hobe Sound spent the weekend with Margie problem In Florida, How many I
Permit Soil Conservation'
constitute an or nuisance
i The church also! voted to send' Wall of Palm City. times I I've heard it stated, or had seeding sprigging, and fertilizing Service technician your to talk with way to eyesore owners or
. the church bus out to the dairiesto it tossed at me. But it is a serious vegetation should immediately follow about any property
you erosion control and I residents or to the community"The
Mr. and Mrs. J. O McGib- pre
::1 bring the children in to the I problem in Florida and here in I ditching. Tragically, and with vention. As Floridians
many are have been there
bons of Miami
were Thanksgiving
community Christmas party sponsored Martin County. Of much displeasure, the developer
course one
learning, soil
and water erosionis ,
of Mr and Mrs W C nearly one The ordinancehas
., by the ladies auxiliary and guests has to get away from the main by-passes' vegetating for erosion much cheaper to thanto year.
of firemen of the volunteer fire department Caveny Mrs. McOibbons is the thoroughfares to observe' it in its control and hurries toward h i s control prevent. been in existence for twenty-
o daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Caveny various stages Soil erosion, that planting date. This same scene four years .
I Mr. and Mrs, Norman Pomroy created by wind and water, is a often repeats itself' with the installation Roma total taxicabs .I Lund, ordered red carpets removed on city by sidewalks the
Mr. and Mrs D. Jackson
Jimmy of culverts -
or hazard pipes drops
will be moving out to Little Ranch companion a to every pipe .
or ) board, still there Saturday
roughly one 1000 city were
and Steve. Junior and per
family and
Estates on Hales Dairy Road in the farmer and rancher in the area. bridges, irrigation pits residents.
LOIS KR1STOFFFRSEN Bruce, and their grandson near future Erosion of one form or another 'pump Installations. A number of morning
PAULINE SECNA NFLL.WALTON from Orlando were guests Grea"j' appears with man's initial effortsto citrus grove developers find them.
20 E OCEAN BLVD. PIIONE %l7..mI and Mrs John W Mr. and Mrs Johnny Cash and raise a food crop. I 'selves cleaning out their new SALVATION HEALING
family, Myra\ Martha, family, Debris and Larry are Florida's citrus ditches and installing structures,
sic and Michael. new residents of Indiantown on .rs. consider! soil erosion develop-I. one or more times before they can
problems. They must have water-I field
control before they can do a deCent I Florida's erosion problems need
f job of land preparation and not be as serious as they are: ero- DEC. 11 DEC. 20
planting. This calls for a lot of'' sion control is no mysteryits.
'. I y, w' '1r L ditching, and much of it, deep' like a human's cold; you have to I ROUTE A-1-A

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:. SOIL EROSION into a drainage ditch in a young citrus grove in I
Q Martin County Erosion Is created by 1 hack of vegetative treatment I Ai
i Keeps GivingPerfect -
on spread spoil along ditch and by heavy rainfall Note that
i siltation will soon prevent flow of water m ditch channel This

',... condition can be corrected by re-cleaning the ditch, respreadmg
the soil, seeding or sprigging the spread and fertilizing the :

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1 I WARNING! OONT! HUNTIN loss ol citrus due to shooting of

'Hark! The Herald Angels Sing CIIRUS GROVES: guns in art>Ye .
Talk Subject at Men's ClubThe ;
I Hunters are aimed! not to ue "One shotgwi Walt can a-(
I .from one to several tAlus of frULAlso
Methodist Men's Club will ccasion; are available to men of But It Doesn't Mean a Thing their hunting luonse as a license I 1 stray dicta can endartfjr
I to irespam on emus Ian4. This the lives of workers MIhC
feature Ernest! F the area at the follo tof phcea: or pickers
of The Stuart Newt nwice waa issued' by tto Indian; ,, i groves, "said a spokesman. VI-
pewter M A Lyons ft* ... Oaeeola Shelf; R. M. The Channel Choir o I First I the cantata wllll be prewerod cK River Citrus I Il'lIlIlIe' ioAa+sing npMtpd 1 .il.itcxs ,ire subject to arrest and

.m,. nsraasei., 6:30: ., I Johnson office. East OwM Bowl- I Methodist Ourch will I I I present. .I WSTtl during the IIICOftIII serviette of incident whMt led to prosecution
John W. .Peacrmn's Christmas
the First Methodist Church' on vend' : M. P. Nelson ."flsi. East newest and will presented. aaain Doc. -- -
\lee! Our Ministers cantata "Night of Miracles.
Stale Road 76.: I IruitantoWfl R IIId. KMrwd'tSupermarket. .
Ocean: Boulevard, and on Sunday martttag, Dec. 13. during 20 at 8:45: a.m.
Lyons will peak "on "How to the II o'etnck service. John/ W. TMr will diesel the t
Have Fun in Stuart.
Jack Rev. Allan Stuart pasha an. musical program with Frederick
eVe Fernandez Rio The dinner will he especially
Merntt and Mim Judy
prepared by Ed CiodlewiAi. The flounces that the early service. at M organist
hymn sinking will he I led by Lynn Stuart 8:45 will feature selection from Ashley as .pianist.
as Fine Background for MinistryRev Tucker with Willis Dexter: at the I Tho monthly business conference the cantata and a sermon entitled: The public is invited
piano.Tickets. and regular service "I lark I The Herald Angel Sing:

Jack Fernandez is a native .'. '", for the infl'll'Tl1al'rrer' f'will be held Wednesday prayer. evening But It Doesn't Mean a ibis,." rmr CHURCH' OK CHRIST
Flor dia. born and raised in 7 fq I at 7:30. Rev. F. H. Watkins will sn: 1151'Fast
Ocean Blvd.. Shirt
itpcak. "Jewis of. At
mpa, and a graduate of Jeffcr- on Prophecy RKOKt.MKR: : LUTHtRANTwo .. .
n 13
n High School. KIRSF MF.1IIODIST: : 6:30: ( Wednesday evening the lesvMvoermon subject. << :
He was graduated from the state Shinrt church council will meet in the worship services are held. "l+ the Universe Including;N "Man

iptist College at Stetson Univery Wednesday, Dec. 9: 3:30 p.m.. : pastor's study. The Chancel Choir I IFrid..y every Sunday morning at Redeemer Evolved Wednesday by Atomic Mimonial F meeting,
A Will rehearse at 8:15.: Lutheran Church East Ocean
in Deland, where he earned Junior Choir rehearsal; 7:30 p.m.. 8 .
s bachelor of arts degree in 1954. Chancel Choir rehearsal. evening at 7:30: the Boulevard, the first at 8 and (the p.m.Reading '
Room: 282::! Flaglf Avenue
hile Adult I Sunday school department second at 10:30: a.m. Sunday school! .
Dec. 10 7:30 ,
Thursday : : p.m. Year round hours Monday
and Bible! classes held' 9:15
'6 in will have a Christmas social at the : are at :
commission on education. through Saturday, 10 a m, to 3 p.m.
Friday. Dec. II: 10 a.m., wom home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles a.m."Dc Christian Science radio program
en's study and prayer group at new Schad. illn for Disaster". is the title I "The Bible Speaks to You" maybe Ll
i church. The Intermediate I Sunday school of this week's; "Tbi Is tht Life" heard oversru.. Stuart. 1450kc

high i ion Sunday. Dec. 13: 8:45: a.m., department will have a social' in TV program Sunday I morning at at 7:13: I p.m. Mondav.
rved : I worship service I, sermon, "Hark! the church Fellowship Hall 0 n 9 over Channel 4. Topic for Dec. 14' "Discovering ;;' Y.s- The Herald Angels Sing: But ItDoesn't Saturday evening at 6. The Lutheran Hour, the weekly the Man .tiod Made. .- Ankh' |just .paint with DID MASTERS i.. ,
.mior Mean A Thing!" 9:43: "Tlie Marvel of His Birth" will TV program, featuring Dr. Os ,. r scraping-no messy remover*-economical-. .
To I a.m.. coffee: break; 10 a.m., Sun. be the subject of Rev. Watkins wald Hoffman a, speaker, can be ma"r"s' taaa _- ..y to us btiuttM astonishing n.ullt-oe '
ospcl ) day school for all ages; II a.m., message at both the 8:30: and' hoard every Sunday evening at child CM de It. f
Christmas cantata "Night of Mir II o'clock worship" !service: Sunday 7:35.: CARD DlTII'.NK.i IlnGferp i.ra I-
, ary acles" presented by the Chancel morning. At the evening worship Pastor Donald' Schroeder's adult
clved Choir; 5 p.m.. Youth Choir rehearsal service at 7.43 he will speak on "I Bible class is held every Tuesday. ''' ( J+
u 5:45 Love l'hri'ltmSundllY school evening at 7:30: in the church the I wIIIJaLe\ ti> thank all my ,
::; : : ; : pm. snack supper, : ; .
as in MYFen bring 20 cents; 6:15: p.m., for all ages Is held each Sunday current subject is, a study of the friend and neighbors" for their j r
recreation and "Living Nativity" morning at 9:45.: Training I I Old Testament prophets. many visits, cards gift' and lovely I '
uents. REV. JACK FERNANDEZ rehearsal: 7 p.m.. program meet. Union for all ages begins each ladies Guild will nll.'Ctn Wednesday floral arrangement and for r/'l
ings.!! business and devotional; 7:30: Sunday evening at 6:30.: Sunday evening at 8 and trtu Sunday their prayer at the time of my
\' of the Rio
as Baptist
'' h in pastor June 1961. p.m., altar moments.: afternoon at 4 there will be a special School leadership Training caturuct: removal and I convalescence. 1

>f ne the He is an active member of the Monday Dec 14: 7 a.m., men's cantata practice for all at the class at 8 on hursdiiy evening in
River prayer group; 8 p.m.. Ruth Circleat church. Immediately following the the church.
Association PAINT &
'or he! has Baptist served It Sunday Mrs. ROM Witham's. evening worship service there will The church i is open every day Mrs Cck-Mia rn land
Iren be a "Spizeruiktum" for intermediate for Meditation and and the Martinis Mobile Park
superintendent, chairman Tuesday Dec: 15: 10:30: a.m.. prayer ;
the mission committee, and W.S.CS. executive meeting, followed and young people. rose display garden is open to the .. AlA JRNSIW BE\GII 287.2811
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or i held other positions of re by lunch and Christmas program The Junior Girls' Auxiliary- and public. __. .. -"eve'_ ._" i/fIIr" 1 ,
!>ibilit1. He is an active mem ; Martha Circle meets, Silnheanu wilt meet at the church --
\ of the Martin County Minis- Monday afternoon at. 3:30.: ., the r s Ti
Association. ADD: CHURCHES Y.W.A. for all girls from seventeen .,
ospital SAM UHODRS Const offers in 1
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL through twenty-four will meetat
He is married the former
to 7 at the home of Mrs. Watkins the New Adult
lary Lou Richardson! of southern Thursday, Dec. 10: 7:30: a.m., At 7:30: the Chancel Choir Community i i i it 0 9's4J
ram i She is the daughter of a Holy Eucharist; 10 a.m., Holy p.m. I .
will have a special rehearsal' at the SKYL1NEPARh
pastor of that state and Eucharist; 10:30: a.m.. Episcopal church.
ociate Southern Illinois Univer 'hurchwomen meeting election '
rker )' and the Kentucky Baptist HMo of officers. The Dorcas Sunday school class 'l'OI'AL $6990 '
I..Of. PRICKSale ( ,
U Nursing School in Louis Friday. Dec. II: 3 p.m., Girls' Meeting and Christmas. luncheonwill -
rida They nave three children: Friendly Society. be held Tuesday morning at Office Cmmnrrrlal Street j-,,
he Faye, five; Diane Marie Saturday Dec. 12 I : 9:30: ( am., I 11( in the church Fellowship Hull JKNSKN BF tCll, IXA. '.0. BOX 11.If .-
Tampa ; and David Jack seven Junior Choir; 10:30(): ( l.m.. Senior Rev. and Mrs. Watkins will bring Jw
tame :: Choir. a program of Christmas music .
-- Sunday Dec. 13 7:30 The I Intermediate Ciirls' Auxiliary "> .
: : a.m. Holy
ST AlLINn' EPISCOPAL Eucharist<<; 9 a m., Holy Eucharistand will meet at the church at 3:30: :;.. ... ..- ". .. ..'... .... w _
and at 3:30: the Cherub and Carol \ .
I Jensen Bench Sunday school; 1 11 1 a.m., morning '" '' ..' \
Choirs will also meet at the church aitf< A
and .
prayer sermon.COMMUNITY .i- ,
: Wednesday Dee. 9: 8 p.m., for rehearsal. r : : .
li.m.; school teachers' meeting. CHURCH (
[nd 6 ; Thu : 10 a.m.. Jensen Beach I IJI \N RIVER
7:30: 0 I Y Communion. Intention: UNITARIAN ttLLOW.SIIIP
>!'e Meditation on the Holy Morning worship service 9:30: The Fellowship" meets every Sun-
-chool ." a.m. Sunday; second worship serv "xlay morning al It in the Fort
ilay : Friday Dee, 11: IS a.m., Holy Ice 1 11:00: a.m. Sunday; mid-week Pierce 'Beach Community 'enter, v w"wt
lor Intention "General worship service 7:00: p.m.. Thiirv j
: I Dr. William J. Arms minister, 1 ,
: : for the \Jerarted.5 ." day.Other Sunday school is at 9 a.m. Sermon P .
i r ',Dgc.I;-"(U1 I am.. chil-| "'f:3o meetings-' Youth Fellowship topic on LVc II will, 1"1"Robert j t i' ,
: p.mr-Sirtctay: Senior
: 'n s inquirers clol '. I' ; G. Ingersoll, Victorian _
A Advent 111. Sunday, Dec. 13: Choir 7:30: p.m. Wednesday) Junior Humanist" hI
Mass : () a.m.. Holy Communion; 9 I Choir 6i30 p.m. Wednesday! new I
On Dec IN at R a lectureon h'a
Choir 4
Primary Friday and
iday I ., Family (Communion church p.m ; IJnitarlaniun
Alcoholics 8 "Introduction to
|7:3: (> ; II a.m., morning prayer. Wednesday. Anonymous p.m. will I he held at the home of Mr.. av
I The Tuesday Dec. 15: 7 a.m.. Holy Monthly meetings Official I and Mrs. Oliver tii>h, 7107 !South t r4a. .
I r
Intention a
hold : "Repent. ) .
Indian River Drive.lr.
board 7:30 third .
: Tuesday
p.m. ; si
I : of Sin Past. Inquirer cia
Church Aid Circle 1 1:30: m. fourth Arm will bo conducting
: 3:30 children 8 p.m. : :
{ p.m. ;
Wednesday; Friendship Circle 8,00 religious; devotions, on WIRA a aw'
po The I, Wednesday Dec. 16. Ember p.m. fourth Tuesday; and Men's through Dec. I II l at 9.05 e all h | i l PI r
,Brotherhood 6:30: p.m. third Friday. morning
7 Communion.
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Wednesday(Congregational, Dec.) Palm 9: I 10-3( City p.m., !
No better take of that
meet The '* Fellowship Fellowship; ;3:30 4:15: :( p.m.p.m.,, I way to care

at 7:30: Choir.Friday .
: Dec. 1 II I: 10 a.m., prayer p dL
The r 0 u PI) 3:30: p.m., confirmation
various ..; 6:30: p.m.. Senior Choir. thisis
take Saturday- dance.Dec, 12: 7:30-11: I p.m., L U extra holiday company than with I

prO!> Sunday, Dec. I II: 9:45: a.m.,
ed school; I 11 I a.m., the service 8
day: : sermon "Stewards of the Mys
nursery i ;" 5:30: p.m., Youth Fellow
of ; 6:30: p.m. Advent Vesper,
tation I \ Peter and Lynn Wil B ELEGANT SOFA-SLEEPER
: ;; 7 p.m.. Inquirer' Hour.

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for lTNr. "[. TO VIEW
\ I "Well be going to Kmimmee I t It's Large FIIIIf9// inches wide

wn. : weekend assembly for a scheduled three -d ay to c a .; Pull 20 inches wider than the usual so/a

p.m. at the Tup- u1
training n Auditorium evening on U. S. 441" 1 h 'L .Ural. rums rubber. ,.,hIo-, Both I back and seat rwh.

the Frank Maitosa. presiding min- I II r / s s lion are r.**nU>l*. OIIMK to ....... std and even the

wonhip i : I of the Stuart Congregation tIt t r t, 'i stool amMlrcw b all foam. rub"" ,. Shows here IN tile |

ill sery of iat Jehovah'l Witnesses. C /'" w4 i?, de' sew flail ..If'fII. AtaUaMe. In e..ff,-, ,.,.w and.
I Regular' meetings held at the yS "
,\ Kingdom Hall will be can H w I
this weekend sine the m. I e
of the congregation wiQ be b1 $3 7190 IS MORAL
tire RlasJmme* Dec. 1113." I, _.. PUTtKN SHOWN
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and The Witness produced film en-I B -
i : e4t. "ProcJaim+ng 'EmlaKing. I fI
: News' Around the World. ) I
nrds ion*. : lie hown at 1 ,.m. Saturday I' ; OTHER SOFA SLEEPERS
b f1i
mode ministry school demon ;
Oft Friday evening and a bap-f! e. <
the of new candidate for the I i -T ', as law $ X 9 90L'DT.rr

Mrs. ,i* on Saturday afternoon 'r w. !
: scheduled. : r

The Highlight for Sunday wilt be al I r' glt ir.itVMlab ,.
ervice '
_w al7t" Iv
HM id talk: U I p.rn. by Witness 1 ht I t
pa Joseph Saia entitled, -
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I l k 1 : Divided World. I* It Here ; w3C b truly AM tjtttJIty kd- *

*pool : Stay?' More than 1.000) are rlurg and fwwttare (roan m ItmomHSTAHUSHHI
to be present. s011i
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worship The : North liver Soton I ? ) IN 1883 :, trenrp taf''I d"

tie, Sunday: 9 a.m.. morning wor ,
unites service: I 10 a.m.. SUM day See this b.aullalaoltt .r in our window ., ,;

noon c school with chimes for all

party, I I "; II ...... morning worship
) _'". Sermon theme: "Into the ij
ague Marched God." Rev Syd Rowell Furniture
Men1 i / : Loa>* waN preach; ':)0 pm!1 'I Company
It the High OMNT practice; 6JQ:
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Wed nday, 7JO: ,JII.. AdoJl "

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