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 17, 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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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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For a Full Page of Pictures of the 'Singing Homes' Garden Tour, Turn to Page 6-D I

Audit Bureau of Circulations F The Stuart News Gives You \

;$Guarantees?S**$\' Membership Your Ad Coverage ]


: Federal Scenic Roads Project May Make Boulevards on

North Bank of St. Lucie Canal and Cove Road to Ocean

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J -P:..- ...'1' .mp; ._,, I Woodall Announces 'All Clear'Rating Received We Are on

,I f Ir1A Ii Martin Senior High Accredited; Huge NewProgram

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j II IIj arI I Evaluation by Team Due in April l Martin By BUNNY County will ARBOIT he one of

f the part of I Fonda lo I be recommended -
for \inclusion in I national
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Ind Mate system of scenic. road
Public ..,t.,. '',.". ''t'r' .' and parkways.
to '.
f Since a deadline of Jan 11965 0.(
has been set for the submission
I I '\\I' of Hondas rccommenda.
1 Be Told ."" ,, lion, It U reasonable to suppose
that action on the proponed m!
\ tern may be expected in the not

. I Of Status kxt-OisiuAt According future to County Engineer

$ i I II Fred hell, who visited Talluhuwee:
\ with County Commission Chairman : -
i Trunk Wacha Tuesday' the
, : I Principal James C \\oodall following plan la being proposed!
t announced! Wednesday that Martin (fur the Martin County area:
County Senior High I School' ast A
kcenifi road will Mart front
has been ro.. rodilcd for 1964' lute, Road '71U| near the Rodeo.
65. UlOWlln Indiantown and run along'
Principal Woodall received word the north tide of the M Lucia C.*.
from Herman f-rick of the school nut almost! to the M Lucia Locks
of education at Morielu Slate University H.re a spur will turn south to
who i Is chairman tor the five access: to the Sunshine State
, Southern Association! : of Collegesand Parkway
< IMF TOP LOOT. Maybe not to high on the market 'aa ihot.it golden idouhloona divcn have been Schools Commission: on Secondary I I The main scenic' road will then/
3 bringing up off this coast, the top trophy in tb* eleWnth annual Stuart Sailfish Club light' tackle Education. continue around the locks to Phipp

} tournament it accepted by Dr, Rudolph Stcmhauscr Jupiter, aa a,ult water ,porting award "beyond As you cither know all, schools clear, are'advis accredited NrW; PII1CIKS: : were imiallcd by' Martin Count? Barrack 854. Veterans of World War I, al a Park and Lttcki Road return to

price" Even president W. O Sunk looks a little awry to see it go. ed. or warned,' depending( dinner in the Community Church. Jensen Bench, on Tuesday night, Pec 1 15 Sealed fa the center State Road 78, ami go over., this
the nature and extent of deficiencies upon are Charles Diffemlal. new commander: and Phil! kirse. retiring commander. The) .... ranked by Moling turnpike brldyt*'')ir will& "1
, f' Jupiter Dentist Top WinnerSixtynine in their report Your school Clot Boyd and James U Clurk Standing C! C Orlnini. 12! J, Snyder I'red Hall and Hy Hill continU.Iona to cowRued all the A4
way l.sstp Jdutul. whore
wail nccreditod a* 'all ctar." .. a ptu
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posed public recreates saes M

3, Sailfish Caught inTwoSay without CClOlUIaIKJ entrance can enter mean tests stale., that' colleges I bedfrsdustea One Last'M &t School Board ht"4 The Iwlnf scenic.Ought"br the route will'MartinCouiin pie give. K

; 1. o cess lo north end of the wii'
Crook superintendent life ,.
ofT ** refuge recently donate t to the
I schools. said thai an evaluation For Trustees ,
r r Mare Audubon !Society fey the
in depth of our new high t Joseph Vcriwr Reeds
Light Tackle Tourney schtxds" I will take place next spring.( ."
f A team appointed by the Southern Board AgreesThe $10,000 in Equipment I There I Is a possibility that theroute
Association and headed by Dr, might be tutcitJcd from Irvdlaniown
charter and, tho bad weather hider, Wilbur Marshal supervisor of to Lake Okeechobee'
Thirty-seven custom era. Despite > which 1
boats slipped them secondary education for Broward kchool: truMie system I In I Kids of almost JIOIXXJ{)( were Palm Beach: was. awnrdcxl the tool, eking West Farms. Road thus
sportfishmg out kept around for two Simpkin invited all contestants
I waiting / Martin Cvunaj having& "been ah"l.i awarded by Martin Bourd tract fur lathes, $.12U each, nuking an "Okeechobee lo the
County two >>
in of weather l but t had only County will make an i inspect ion I
two days good days we two drop-outs uo return for the twelfth annual .
i shed by the result of the releren of Public Instruction its and scroll ) for Stuart Attunm..: scenic
and chalk and had call of Martin County Senior High and at regular a saw, SILO, highwayWilliam
Saturday Sunday to upI to on only two pmch tourney in mid-December of 1?6'. dam In the
November election, the .
meeting: Monday Junior High.Road R.
Kkld former
I sixty-nine suilfish catches,' mostly Murray High at Port Salerno. I executive -
r---- J R J!; trustees will hold one more mating director of the 1, I f.
releases in the eleventh annual This evaluation b supposed to I American Sealing Company of : -- -- 'Hoard of
J light I tackle tournament sponsored he done every five years, and was and then hand over their duties West Palm Beach was awarded I Talbihamce, already retained by
( by Stuart Sailfish Club. Angler in Seventies Caught Sail due here in 1964 but because both to the (Hoard of Public Instruc- the contract for six student work ClosingOn Martin County to work on actui|

I 1 But it sure looked bad on Thursday And Deserves Special Certificate schools are In new building it lion, ft was agreed Monday, .centers: al $5.555.52: a chalkboard I (Continued on Page 2.A)
and when the first two was thrown forward to I9A. Michael O. IJitman, attorney i assembly. $ ,5m: and a demon-'- I
days of Friday the scheduled four-day Isles Laura LJmluuan for Fort Lauderdale did not win "1 he team will be her April 5. for Martin. County U ird of Pub. strstion bench $4tM.44; a total of Ocean Isle
6 and 7," said Mrs Lillian Dussorl > lie Instruction, read ,he following I' $6,MA? 46. all for use at Murray
blanked and handed
last Dunks
out of numerous
event were by a strong any trophies cups out Sunday I Tell of
upwion from James
acncr.lsupervlllOl', "Dr. Marshall Kqnes Mule JunkJl'.Scnlut High School,
; east wind.Dr. night at the close of the eleventh annual light tackle sailfi.htourney To Be
Rudolph Steinhauser, Jupiter here. will give an oral report to attorney general resulting from I! Cummins-Cti icsgo orporation Schedules for
dentist, topped tho tourney in which the public I is invited at the ns,: of I ort Lauderdale was awarded
points won for six sails caught But we think she deserves one. Mrs. Undeman, who admitsto I high school auditorium at 2 pmon "If the special: election mulls: I I the contract for a "cvlalur !gust Joagir Ixnal: coiH.rvalionMa. will appear Coming HolidaysThe '
and released in the two days H.q> being past seventy, although she certainly docs not look It, April 7" j In implementation of the tomii. al S6U70 al the Due 21 tewiion" ol f Rank of Stuart Jen
received the major trophy at the beat down and released! va Siullish unassisted, from the yacht 1 tut anal Arnemlnwnl aholikhing the I Street Music Company of Or Martin County (ixnniiwuon l I. Beach Bank and I'irsl Bank of ten ln
awards supper at Sunrise Inn on "$Yrw Souci" office/ : of school district: lru<(ee. the III""",. received the contract for oppoiws any deeding of 75($) feel, oloecanfronl dlantown will be closed all day

Sunday night/ He also received a She was the only person aboard that bout lo catch: a sailfish City Asks) State and office the would trustees terminate would be furthwiih relievedof I a bass' clarinet for Martin C'oumy road south of the left Saturday. after Christmas.rest .
cup as high man on the second<< Senior high at JJ2O and a Conn ten bathing beach lo private. par-
other anglers were Mort 1.ilklemillIUId Mrs Bee Judy hank of Jupiter and the
duties .
immediately'' or as .
when he four tie
brought *
day spin I Fort Lauderdale. For Wider AlA I baritone horn, S2U1. 8P'J.n alto i Fine National Bank of Stuart wilt
soon thereafter 11I1. would
dltbills to boubide i I ; be pits.siHi horn. $172. for Murray High Robert T, Hair/ head. of the be
Second highest award was won', We think that Stuart Sailfish Club should send Mrs. Unde- I from a practical standpoint I I Ilartls MIMIC Company of I"ort Rivers league' IInl1lJUlIth.a: hou open,.. on Saturday at the usual
by Richard Talbot, Fort Lauderdale I man a special certificate as first pnze for Senior Woman Contestant I February StartThe for them to turn over necessary: Para" tccclvcd Ihe contract for W. R. Sob who petted* the "logivl The tint Federal
fishing from the "Mitchell I."' Her address la. 3073 Harbor Drive Harbor Club Fort records board or of equipment lo the cows' a l-udwlg parade drum SA64U l"tK.n prohibiting, sale or tloJog Loan of Martin County Saving will ...toneal and
Talbot caught four sails the first Laudcrdalc.Newa ty puhlw and lenor nruan, $6 ,\90, both for of road/ leading lo i day. blanked<< out the second, won City of Stuart Monday Murray High' water. will\ appear before the !
top-man cup for the first day I i "" ..L.I ,ra iL I.. .fiMw/Mpa! ,, asking night passed the Slate a resolution Road, formally IA' Highee" lletlrlc of Stuartwas board and explain the law iMiurd they***, are All normally the financial cored, Instiullon on-

Tourney third place was won slmaasare.trs Department siicc,Wul in bid for home 'It 1 stuics plainly that! a referendum will be closed ('hrlstmasand
by Norman Armour Boca Raton, Combine Gained lo widen East Ocean Boulevard Cantata Set on
on Folk From The Stale(' Road AIA) from the AllanM moivmik equipment for Murray must he hell; said Bair. New Year Day
with four sails, three the tine day' ,
High washing' machine: $19174. 2J
; "I his road give anew lo pet
and one the second. j I Court Apartment to the eastcity For dryer. "4774; dishwasher $167' ,. tent of the public besets oo Ine I saetsalauwsMo ,
Top woman the first day, with j RamblingReporter City Insurance limit lo Manager Joe Sunday; Ii; two fewkinp.,..._'. SIJ42H, Island M gnes down the drain, fIfs f 1+
I According I City
two releases was Mrs. Robert j
i and two built (n ( '
ovens $11406
Crowder, the SRD should have w* lo lease the rest. SpecificIn \I'I
Paine, Pompano Beach, ]I I On Its Vehicles Ask Public for a hual) of $ii.9). I
Top woman the second day was' plan ready to call for bids carry fjondas Corporation of West -- -- -- Want Ads I I,
"' '''. Haynes Ellis, Fort louder- II I in January, with ounlraU to be Last' W*. &'. Wealke)
dale with two rule The Martin County Association let in February : A dramatic lit For'
.1 of Insurance Agents a pool oflI..nt The road would he widened to cantata "Away ,__ blues .-.. MttmliH Rentals
Captain cups went to A will ...
I Manger N prascnud at I School Board to v U If .ore
fished several secured the accident feet .. ...
had .
of those/ boats from which LONG SUU1SII t..enty.four Right-of-way f m Sunday Dee .0. by the music I
the tint to third place winners. j CAUGHT SUND.tY: I, and liability insurance contract : -, been secured.WIUItM I and drama department of the Reorganize at .,.,: I I::i If i .N Thb. week we mehedbller a
la making the awards I on the City of Stuart fleet ... I IC 'It .M .
presentations As fate would II lira Baptist Church Monday truss a New York
have none of of vehicles I Meeting I
Sunday night .WiUwm 0. the T. .MOOR direction of Mr, t), I.. Lad4re.I I .. I ''i I :i reader astksff. M to >.bms
of tiKiy-ame sailfuh entered in I)I The p'oep.I offer "presented by .. ., ., .,.._. ., .. *
president Stuart Sail- ,
Simpkin. .
the recent light tackle I! Reardon Insurance Company COACH JUMOIU: fwld and Mrs Dn McUurs Mrs.Harold Martin- County School Board r. .w "' T** 2I7-4IJJ| 2$745$91 and
tourney was| was i
thanked the I
fjth committees Club for tournament long enough (above<< event feet ", .1 for $1,344.MS. and was the lowest: 1"0. appointment' of William T lace; will. be the urgiinisL. I will. /hold it* "." fUulkWIIlltlHt. trans'.",' d rr,54 2 ?-J7JX
make ft a succeWuI cooperating affair lo' inches) to compete for the Long 1: of three bids I I Mona of Stuart Junior HighSchnul. A ct< of twenty.five and a choir | ing al the courthouse on Tuesday" :? III III.Ala 1n W.P..'..' law.......Wasaaietm "..MJ.
"I want to extend special ,est SaUfish Trophy whiff: was Alter award. of Ihe contract as coach of the Junior .f twenty will. render a unique J.a 5, al 10 a.m .., .. 'Plea. .** ask each of
ahl... "W the volunteer thank"fbe obserr-, held netO-M; text year, but Mrl- City Attorney T T Oughtersun varsity biukctball squad al Martin. story of the birth of Ctni>.. The Joseph $. Cre.riUc., Stuart stir J.J...... ,"., .. IT'.1 'I 1"1 them" wrote Mr FloydC. i
deal Rudolph) Has.ria I suggested that the city re-ncgutt- County Senior High was confirm-1 I public I It Invited vcyor slatted 'in November, witl, l i I'J' Wlute. Box 60J, Like
: 1 1is ::J :,
Chicaid. 11L. not fishing.. tn 'ate lo Increase are. liability factor ed by the Board of Public Instruction Please torn lo today' church I replace Henry O Kindred who. :..::,.: T ,,, ... George, NY., "the bitO
Twisting ,the special: inurnamcnt landed aa from SJOOUQ-IUIMMJO( ( to $I 00voo.300cU' > Monday, He will, receive suppkmcntary i; .page for other cantatas and spvculprograms .ha. retired. from the'buardand anew iI.I... II "" :.t...; ,t l.INs..s : dun of the th
Lfalc II eight-foot, five-inch sail from the ( remuneration of $)OU, ahead of (1II",1hIIIo chairman will .be elected fl **4 ora ore. sad i.11 t" of property *
I '"Spr"y 1I..1th Captain Ray i cost die natal! and]
JAMES --- - --- -
Young. Her catch of Sunday now '{ the type of heat avail
'. cowaxtT'".' lead the wmtor. auuniaiticnt She Granted Six-month: li tension on Temporary Pcrniit i Near'Amity jUiick! //I able., '

Our auentut* have | I s stand a good chance: of taking .
gotten ---------- --------- - -- - - ----- ---- .--- --------------- -- ---
eo4\ lop honors since her fist i It just ;; ; : ftlre Walla mad ti ell ode
mar they can tell you fuse to the I one inch totter than the S-6 an .M W week's (lsm.lfled !lee-
1MIa.: when something as going l Point Meet II I..... ., The Stewf New .
to happen 10.oooouo .-" tourney record for women and Johnson Defends Lighthouse Signs at *
miles three mches tatter the afl tour 1 MM assess to real Jmuuryftnwth
i! record. ) ..
awsy but aCT I I Urvk-b die ad
: of them laa..t R. V Jobno ii. prckident ollhc'' doter comiruction.. "are abwfut.. WAD oil these Mople will be ......" shah. U in ..puei. *' Faster t1Mn. M aW aajr ....p.

gotten I CMT tic Lighthou> Pant Corpurataio. defended -' Ijr necessary II) guide people to the trading" Stuart lie...., "and "I I found)) signers of the mrtrtmn The sign which has .been. a U/- .
11 enough yet to TIMY .J' r'L" I Ih* J'WPOIft of a sera 1Kep..r" I then will .be a big addMaM lo kilo who did nut know where the sign girt of muck' Johnson decurd.ctt .... Phase* be svectfk m4 "tanV
"fell' u* when t of biUboarda. akng U. S. 1 advcrtismg -I' It* acid that $500.000, ha* twe arts weB. bemg. was. or what k rid A awmhor at I .... every requirement of the isles. jut place yirnr'rs
this Florida/ la special lournev l highlights the new development on the spent so far as deer nni of the |fe said tbaf opposition I to a signers of the petit** h.toIlIO teal. en, sign ordinance and. it i N on .ula. grtihm rental ad. W
weather. will I Mrs.from. H. W. Van Home, fatting.l North Fork of the St Loci* Riser yacaMNisM type dev l pmcnl, and octal sips M U. $ 1 M the. knowledge of I&. It may .be Out of ih* most strmatM. and] s** re TIM SlMrt New. (tay> rws .
require heavy I she "Csrihee,** pith CaptamAA just acros from Stuart i that Ihe construction of home oa stretch akMg Die North Fork they have made. themselves *ti l sign ..... l la any Cast COM cu,." agate eke falawkgl.nday.. $t
' 1, nderwear fit teD you next week; Rapfcel. asAUed a thirty- *&: H* |old the city Cbmnuasjoa! UM more than 2U *ti*. would) result I short, spearheaded a group I BaM on their charge. that H '1ft I H'* gave a brief run -done of .la.) die free Pew sMhew. V
what I want for Qxi &maa. The I pound. eight-ounce buff dowun. Monday gh( that the.. Mgn*. two. to an eveMual 2jOOUjWA to. from the Garde ctt and by pour ....' 1111,. are wn XMign .uuden sign vloUung the ordi ntraPhi dirge). ,k
Lord wilUni, IB be IP Church Susv I County Commiaajoacr f.d--. MJkfOoetiaoed I of whxh .have been o* lonporanrptrmte I M-CMMWO addiUw lit the area secmmrny North River Shore rtsUrnia, was .. .. la the. city hinds and who t* i sane. md car lots "building
cfJyl' ( oa Tip 2-Ajr becauut: of On awn of I : largely because of cni rejtesen-' tIW Jud" i of .bJcb II .b 'grrrr uJ tCentiaumt OO Page 2-A) '


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2-A THE I STUART (Fla..) NEWS King George Lonergan and Ftha WL:
1"" ry.wy a'+tww and daughter Mrs Joseph
Ibui" ..i4. ty. December 17 1964MORE. I i I Janet Cogburn ton
I daughter
Auxiliary to n Admitted. Joseph
Dec -
: OBITUARIESWILLIAM i Dec. Admitted.. Guy Waring, VhVent Martin Jack Whit

ABOUT ... .JodIUItii: I Mw. James Thompson. Fe* Chiv- I Wiley.tear. JaQM Wbrteheajd J :i ni e '
Have PartyDecember en Jr. and Sntaey AIN I :! 4chacged. *- Gveen: discharged.
I and Barney
Johnson Defends (BID) RENME : I James Catlttal.. Willard I Bernice i>IdncI \
Mrs. C. B. Robertson raHH ghod
William! Rennie. 71. known affectionately i Bowman Arnold. and El
Blaek- I
"Bill" the 28 and daughtet AIM MM Dec 14-Admitted. Tom r.
as to tailing
Lighthouse, Point Maude Cashipp.!, I
wood and
fraternity of Mania C(*mCy for' Young, Gene Huggins. Mima Mil I;
more than a : dud The Dec 10-Admitted, Jewell Ctntm tar Charles Box well I, Connie Jo
quarter century American: Legion Auxiliary:
Signs At Meet I m a nosnMtf. at HUfNdafe. Mien., I Harold Johns. Post No 62. met<< Loretto Wilcox, Ann SwMBrt, Slitter George LartBenfews, lea-
I on Monday. Dec. 7 !Monday evening. Dec.: tot' JMe Penn IIwn. George Reads till Baldwin Anna Keller. Mal
Michael Bailey. discharged and Donna Jones'!, discharjed ,
(Continued from Page I-Ay) Before reWeI'I1C11f..he was football I The ChriMmaa/ party will be Katherine Foster David Talley, Filson Hov
I coach of Hillsdale College at *hisI I Monday! Dec. ZB. At this time Wetgand Elinor McCune
which should' be condemned I James Smith. GweodoJyiwe Warren Jarrett., Vincent Martin
and er.
Michigan home and he was also the Auxiliary will honor its veteran
junk cn that should be removed 2k fora period, coach of a collegein members Bertha\ Baldwin a haJ.tO EhMheih Joseph WiI y. John Friday. Kathleen
along the U. S. 1 northern stretchto Oklahoma.With World War I nurse, and Charlotte Barker Stevenson! Felix Chivers Jr

the city limits. u 1Llet I tat wife, Beat...., who survives I Walsh Work War. II nurse The I. lien Chason, Iva. Zimmerman and Lil and Harold Hinkle.
Ho then Staples
asked for. and secured j
f/ bias he started coming to members of the Auxiliary will exchange -
a six-month extension for Dec I II-Admitted. James COURT
a LIght. t Jensen; Beach in 1939, and imm gifts.On : CIRCUIT
house Point billboard which sunder ( foil I Buckle Dorothy Phillips, Sidney (Common Law)
diauly) m love with our up. Jan. 11 the Stuart unit will
temporary permit near theAmityBuick per rivers where he fly fished for I join the Fort Pierce unit in honoring Scarborough. Etha Welton Grace E. B. Ingram and F B. Ingram

This extension( garage aftr A r(11J4( f 1J i1 snook tarpon and black bass. He Department President, Carrie Smith Mildred Smith and Elvira vs. John E Cotter and wife, 'judj.
Commissioner wan granted told the story of our fishing so I !Mae Roberts Joo.ep'i"fakal.' High. silent, of $4,363.50) in default ol j
Arthur Sims first: r I I,
Suggested that u be limited to three NfWf well among .his Michigan cronies'district: president, will also attend. Dee 1 12-Admrtted. Bunny Abbott note Oughterson; & oughtersonStuart. ,
months Johnson( indicated that his : W i'r that many) of them also came here, I A dinner wiU be held In Fort and George Lonergan, dis
firm hoped to complete sale of the enjoyed the angling and stayed Pierce: the! time and place* to be charged Sidney Scarbrough: Bun' John E. DrondosH vs. H. J

Lighthouse Point development in to become residents I rnnounced. Theresa Brown and ny Abhott" William Nchls Mrs. Powell judgment of $2,000) I m

!out months. He develop, a splittailedstreamer Nellie Pczzoni are chairmen: for James Thompson and daughter i default of note Laughjm &
r Y I fly known as the Ren- I the selection of the department Mrs. Edward Gouger and son OUughlm. Fort Pierce

: One 'jail sentences wa. nie Special! which: is DOW a mock gift -_ A>JI-a. A'
" pra.Pounced I item in Florida tackle stores. It I The Auxiliary and the legionare anwMPWWPWvwu HRI mi i
. by Judge Harry F
. Stuart Municipal Court Tuesday Dyeron catches fKh. In the hands of an still looking for a small wooden MOUR"S INNThe

.Evening. Willie Barron of Little expert with the long rod, it catches : building that may be added to !

Dixie chose to serve thirldays ....... many fish. I jlhe present post home for additional
-4or. assault and battery In lieu of t' I In addition to> his wife, he i* sir* space. Anyone having such Home of Good Food & Mixed Drinks

:paying a fIne of $'0. i "MOIHIJl, may I go?" asks Kim Murphy pointing to the pouter I vlved," by a daughter Mrs. Ken. i a building may contact: any member *

<:- Magic chow to be presented Saturday Dec 19 at the Youth Center It u I neth. Frye, of Cleveland! Ohio. of either_organo-ation. Cocktail lounge and Package Stare Open Weekday 10 1.1ft.. tnStmdayn

Wom.m'a Club Mrs Kermit Tucker, left, is chairman, assisted by Mrs, Guy And. in the minds of this area's ,I 1 til
NOW IS THE TIME TO Hosteller and MeL Richard Murphy, I angler, as long as they can remember MARTIN MEMORIAL r-m.

Best at the oars of a light skiff Births-Mr. a* d Mrs. James
Christmas Cakes & In twilight on the South I Traditional Christmas Dinner
J Thompson a daucr Dec V;

Christina Fruit A 'Cartoon and Magic' while a Bill certain made palm"one tree last where tinder a I woe Mr. and Dee Mrs.II Edward
giant snook lurked.WILLIAM *
Dec. -Admitted. Ella Diller,
Stollen The Junior Woman' Club will encouraged to bring their children with Alfred Trodgeon Jeffrey Kelley, 3 PIECE ORCHESTRA SATURDAY MCIfTS

present a program of "Cartoonand to the tnow. munity I! C. NOE :I William Brown and Elinor Mc. 3 BLOCKS 1SORI1I JENSEN' ) BEACH CAUSEWAY

ALSO OltttK: SPfCUL The will be performed I Cunr discharged, Mrs.. John Hurst
Magic, Saturday Dec 19,I magic n ; : : j Word has been received of the ; -----1
by the Rev. Newton Tweedy, Kermit ----- ---
. OCCASION CAKES from ID) to 11:30() am. at the of pavtor death of William C. Noe, a retired ..a -
AND COOKIES the Jensen Beach Community ed by !
Youth Center All mothers who Church Richard: i policeman from Philadelphia, MORE ABOUT BOX OFFICE OPEN

. c."'..... Our P.... .... wish to do Christmas shopping are I A small donation will be asked Cook who had been a taxi driver in Stuart i : "
Qu.lky will ,ANY Oth.r. I for many years. He died on i bYRli '' 6:30SHOWTIME
Dec. 10 after Philadelphia
an operation in
. General He RamblingContinued '7:00:
Hospital. was

IDEALBAKERY I Free Safe Boating eighty-one I recent visitor: old.in 'thee Jensen had beena il ( from Page 1-A) rt

- /Reach area.MILDRTD. Showing Today thru Saturday

Herbert Van M.ldcr. commander clubhouse: on the St Lucie River -- LUCY: SMITH I caught a tiny sail which he is going RESTLESS RECKLESS, ROVING

of Stuart's Flotilla 59, U.S.t.U, just cast of the railroad bridge i to have mounted.
S31 COLORADO AVE. has announced that the Mildred Lucy Smith, fifty-two, fr
Auxiliary AU instruction: will be supervised
287.0544Specklh 'Safe Public Instruction of Fifteenth Street Eldorado BAGS BIG BUCKIN
PHONE Boating" by the flotilla training ofli-
in Martin
Heights Stuart died
Course sponsored and taught by car Judge C. Pfeiffer Trow bridge, CORBETT RESERVE:
auto available at Memorial Hospital on Saturday,
the organization will start Jan. 5. assisted. by trained and seasoned Dec 12, after a brief illness.She James Stefan of 72 Marion Avenue
JEN. SEA SUNDRIES Classes for the ten-lesson school, members who have had many I Jensen Beach, holds the cur
lease Beach to be held each Tuesday and Fri. years .experience teaching a* well was a native of Trenton rent season's deer record with a

day night, will be in the flotilla'sDon't as navigating local: waters.Conducting I To here N. J..for lad over had twenty been a ,resident. Mrs I 135-pound, eight-point buck (field x, 4tnM'

the schools is years dressed taken In the Cor-
a national Smith weight)
I attended St. Mary's Episcopal : -
mission! of the Coast Guard belt Game Reserve on Saturday,
Church Stuart and
was a
the U. S.Conlfrel. I Dec. 12. Jim the buck witha
Auxiliary, assigned by member bagged
( ) of Unity Chapter 37 of
.. Thin will be the twen. 35-caliber: rilte. He is an em
the Order of EasternMar,
ty-third. year that the Stuart group lit ion of ploye of Grumman Aircraft Corporation
has staged t the instruction program creation: She Is survived by her husband here.
: Raymond D. Smith, one non Jay
More than 1.200 local boatmen by the :r
and boatwomen a v e enjoyedthe Earl! Smith of Stuart; her parents CASH) PRIZE FOR '

programs in years past, and recently i Mr. and Mrs, James Hamer; and HOME DtCORAIION
the flotilla hut sponsored I one grandson Chnstpoher Smith
a/ Iwo inch schools each year. On partment of Stuart Sam Rhodes Construction Inc.
agent Services were held in Johns Funeral is giving $25 for t the bestdecorated
the classes themselves, I
request by of
J the work frequently continues: intq Meet"i Home Chapel Tuesday' Dec: home 1 in Legion: Heights i accord BARBARA SIANWYCK MAN'
advanced nuvijutto : i The; :| J Ja4Z.p.m..with IheJtev. ArthurA. ing to Phil Baker, sales managerof F ERKSONMflt
i ( Smith, rector of St. Mary's Episcopal Rhodes Construction. Judgingwill
Members scheduled to 11".t t
Judge Trowbridge are: ColonelM ers J. W by : : Church, officiating Burial. -- be on: Wednesday, Dec. 23. UV1Uf ai 1 II IBIII 1EIII =
was in Fern Hill Memorial Cemetery
W. Hale Harry Swinglehurst, "''n I.I.::4Mb Alas.:n1'1.-ni T

Manuel Francis, Captain Von road 90 slsa'rlvivil. rris li n.:rrsi-..M Sunday and Monday
Jourdan, Vernon Chason, Rolund \0"14' ISIIISM" niN HUMNutlr
lAicd, John McQiugg. William way :' U h.rrby *l\' n that IMth
width wilt he rwrelved by ,It.. board of
', 'lje R ,l Armor Elmer Goebel, Herbert in in urban James Ajtccl Whitehead sixty, t'nanty (.omml...,,".... ot Nt.rllnt'mmty Troy Donahue & Suzanne Pleshette
M. f Irlnrldn. l In the ornr. ofIs
Lynt and Walter Baoiman. the of Lake Side Kobe :
i miles in Village, Sound 11.rb. of the llrrutt 1'nurt at IN
classes are free except for textbook ic died in Martin Memorial Hospital! I (nunly rnnVinoun' *. Ktimrt. F'lri-,"l I

and materials, and will start feet Sunday, Dec U, after an extended Mil tea, ,up for until the 5:31):fnllowlnif.S,M; Jnniiurv d.* .!I IIMM IS.* I "DISTANT TRUMPET"
a' at 8 p.m. The complete course In- are illness. prol..rl : IN COLOR

uY1" t clitdei: 'In both He was a native of Glace Bay Clrll Dcfpn Alert WarningKeying
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Jan 51: Lesson 1 J. Registrationand ways Capo Breton, Can., was formerlyresident C).trm Starts
Introduction. cilities a of Southfield Mich. RKtuilil fnr apnrtfl'tlnn. to
ski Jan 8.: Le'IOIn.. Seamanship, parks, and had resided hero for the past h* m:.d. la the orrir. or.. :its Martin
County tlvll l>rr n Ulreimr.' _
two He was member of
Part I I.Jan I. nature years. a .
44* Flnitlpr Minrt HliiHrtTh
Ir>1 i. AI l 12: tc.onm, Seamanship, related I : \ :: :;: the PretyteriolChurch.. Hoard or County CmnmlMlnn-' ( r
Part II.Jun. parkway He Is survived by his wife, Barbara *and rrnorvr all bldg.Hn.tlin.the right to r.ls't any INVITED

cated Whitehead,, of Hobc Sound; Of I"01'STY WOMEN WITH
L 11: Usnon IV Aids to Navigation. two sons James A. Whitehead Jr. rOMMIHHIONKHHMARTIN'' ,
t or : l
antr.. n/>Rin\1 HIS EYES :' '
ih4 to fit of Mount Clemens, MK.II.. and fry HIAVK A. WAtlM, .
Jan 19: lesson V, Charts andCompass. nomically I Robert B. Whitehead of Manhattan ChdrniiinPub AND MEN 11
.' Doe U, II II, 1M4 bt
Beach, five sisters Mrs
Know Which To Go? doubt as
Way Jan. 22: Lesson VI, Rule of the qualify Pasco SquiUante of Warwick, R. w UI'rl" "H"'T a 1uL neanvsicAtvra5551,1,150 : : HIS GUN!

Road. it I.. Mrs. Stanley Flipek of West .In horrhr ..."OK'.. that SlitsNfntlre bid.
Try listening to Jan. 26: Lesson VII I. Motorboat channels Attliboro, Mass. Mrs. Pat Casarclli will h. .....lv d by the lio.rrt nfCnunly r '
Regulations t and uation." of West Palm Beach, Miss rnmmlii loa f Martin
County florldn.I In th* efflr..e
ORGAN Jar, 29. Lesson VII): Examina Doria Whitehead of Mansfield, th* Clvrk of th* Circuit Cnurt: ; atIk k 5TY
BILL don Mass,, and Mrs. Albert David Jr. .,County Coiirthou**. Hiuart, Plorlit 1
up until I 510 AM Januers 12.
Feb. 2: le'01IX, Special on of Anaheim Calif.; and one broth 1.5L fntr Ika :followln; darribmiprnp.ny' : I i .
AND PIANO AT TUB St. Lucie Inlet. museum er, Morley Whitehead' of New

Feb. 5: Lesson X Graduation a* coin : Bedford Mass.. ; his mother. Mrs. (1..11 Tie'.,.. I.wl\ nail.wautpm I l KMMENPJOACipB
I and Refreshments playing Florence L. Whitehead and sixgrandchildren ..nc {

TRIANGLELOUNGE .n.ti for .ppflc| tl: >n. to gi mumBWNON
Funeral services were held Wednesday .b unto t. the orriro nf lh* Martin

I I Dec. 16 at Z p-m with 4U County}latl.r, lilt........Is-ten.. HtunrtTh .Ulro tar, TOAG C
I I the/ Rev Francis DiCkson. pastor ,*._rot "I County Commlolonr IUrOI
of Hobo Sound Presbyterian an| *n.ahid.Ib. right to r.Jert any

Church, officiating dlnusars or POTNTTCOMMIWIONKItrt KE au..UJGTEOUilm,

sunrise inn &club I MAttriN IHSTT.:: nnmA
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for visitor at the Florida CAa"m.n1'1I11
Monday ,' twsu 11. I" II. fiat
except featuring poolside diningin Cavern Stale Park at Mitrianaa.or .

:: Free Delivery -. Phone 287.1586 The Club Room 'L.eAL: Aura'rtnaaanesanrle soon-ion. : or

steak MId Maine .lobster aleavasiMSS ,,n.01tI..1iK''O OPENING TONIGHTDECEMBER
g every friday and : tMtf I M .hereby ..lvn lh*< .n
\ I live music and D.vm Hm-tlnn*.. a, t"aaa.as" In a aaerlus.wilt J1OH.-* 16th 1964

Pl.dda, Munit: ,, M
buffet Sundays) from 7 .f l'.nny ....*.*......15da_ et Iwsrd:M.r. Subject change
strictly informal the ... tin bossy, riarl l". .)opt. * bring cl .l... --. ...". ....- .-..".
.01. Ill.e .,..y salt dmiln thww wbus ...". .........
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Call 287-3111' for information ss w iThai RINK
pwtt.. of tiw Orur "**-
frrd) f. shuck, ...... al.aasto Aaaus I S CCalslpa KRUEGER BLDG. A-LA DOWNTOWN
Aeaue ...,.... P.r. STUART
0.P'BI **.11.- wall Hotnxwnod "fUr*.tIn
HIhUi. T.rr.e. Pvsp.rU.oeMb.uwglq New Hardwood Maple: Floor All New

float of your atn "It "lth ......If.1IT peclagrd ni I.
- Nado.al Breads e1 IktUGl' art win. *. Cuss .In M4 In a1s5 rao1A., Hook vi Palms It" I'M IS.ry MMH. Supervised Activities

w help ,-- FRANCES -I \ (; null......rrnnuprliiv.1.... eat a..a 4lrl.Coats.linltitn OPEN DAILY FOR THE HOLIDAYS

right .f th* rnunty and th*
rub II. To sot .. lk' band. Irln trllh- EVENINGS HtEKDAYS 7.0 TO 9tJSATURDAY.

Rl4GtR Itt. TI ttavr * GIVE A Oor rwMmtlin 4lrh.....1.*.. MI* ..4 nil FRIDAY SATURDAY EVENINGS DOUBLE&tSSiON*_ 7 *. W P>t" 9 lollI.
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<.A THir roART (fffcJ) NIRN'S TIIII 'AY. pcfmh" 17. 19UI Thursday! at Community Center tit! cnaage.During .. I agency which desire to partici committee II i Mr. Anita Wacha I munity Center Langford Park As.sociation .
the pant : pate in the 1965 drive with and members are Alex Wilson )aware Beech Boy Girl
Public Invttid D.e 17 (sine* the UP WM MVeIyeal'l'j'quests far flsjearfwil allo ft.// hart An**** MM and Miss i and Cub Swuts. The UF will also
.. r % Charter Election 1958)). fee offices. Changes, ce4fcg sort cor....... will be heM,, I| Agencies participating in the
tary, wars heW by Martha want I. After the elections. the drive I 1964 United Fund Drive included Murphy ExpandsHoyt
Christmas Music at Set for United Fund MeetThe I Tho a euttve board proposes; chairman will be named committee the Mar R County Red Crow.
1 that there haH he separate effaces, aapointaKMs announced, the Martin Ouoty Asuociation for C Murphy of Fort Pierce.
thus mercumg the ftlCutive UekR bMftktaaf set, the tartan laeh-Rio United! day at 8 pen at Jenuen Beach I boa**.. The pnnpDsed amendments the drtve specified and the Date of CtTipled Children and Adults, has opened an office at Ok* cho-
School Thursday Pond Association, Inc. will vote Community Center. to the bylaws wil taut the terra, the vtetoiy da no* announced Mania C_My Annual Rescue bee in combination with Way *
on pMptxed" changes in Me charter The propohed charter change* of office of all officers to two All Jfaaetors. are automatiswlitrana w.aue. Martin County Retailed E. Allen: and another on Me' tact|
end a* amendment to its by for the mo t pad wN widen. tilt years di4vt diMrmen or co-cltwMmace. I 'I Aso4aHoi, Jtnsea Island\ Causeway in combm: .. lon
laws at the annual I general mem sc pe and add offioen THe executive J-eMowmg tb4 appearance of altdesignated Beaoh 'Sat r.rirana. (.... commtwi-j. with Joe Fearnley and Hete'.. Con
There a trait in stere far" attune lover at Martin County Semor he heM Thurt Beach Com .
parsnip meeting to board has already pproved reprewentabves of each Chairman of the nominating ty amhutano Jensen slant
I High School gym on T1wtIIda)'. Dec. 17 II pm, when three kiitru- -.- .. =
!\ mental and three choral grewfe" about! 225 students from Stuart + .,4IC./I' .+ .*' .. .. 4O.+ .4I- + ,.. ."" -
I Junior and Martin SenV High, Schools; present a Christmas concert IiIlJ t .t; azrt ';; -.4f}_! e-. V>>'t #o- e f t UJ1'- .;; #'"o.
I under the general direction ft LtMoyne' E RoB director of the Martin
County Senior High EtonJ

f I following The :program, to which the public Is invited will tnchtde the If (C057I! Afi/cft/ l 55 of, You can i6u y moie...giI'5'and i \ g

1.1f W!r'::. t Mhn" Barbara" Morris, IMrwtor n> .i"The ;
Seven Joy of Mary ,........ .. ....:.......:.:.:.*.... Old English! happy r ,
Lully, Thou LillIe Tiny Child" . .............. Coventry Carol ,
"Cesu Bambino" ........ ....... .. ..... .... ..............>.,_,,,. Pietro A Yon h;
'with the save ate D S
MM Biirbara ]Morris Director

/Introduction: "0 Conic All Ye Faithful" ....... ................ Traditional i
r'Th0 Story of Christmas Narrated by: Bobby Shaw
Songs Included: ,A
*0 Come 0 Come, Emaniicl" ......................................... Gregorian
Soloist: Ernie Suhclla

I "What Child Is This" ..,....... Old English Tune "GrcensleevcV
*A| Lately We Welched" ..... .. ......................... Austrian Carol
The* first Noel" ...................... ............................... .. Traditional ,.
I Arranged by Irvin Cooper

"Hark, The Herald Angels Sing" ... ............._............... Traditional
"Away In A Manger" ....,.. .. .... ........ Arranged by Irvin Cooper t
*O Little Town Bclhclcm" .............................. ... Traditional
"We Three Kings" .......... .................................. Traditional LOOK AT THE GIFT IDEAS 100K AT THE THRIFTY VALUES
"Joy To The World" ..... ... ... ........i'o Arranged by Irvin Cooper ?


Mr.. I m:Hie Nekxsn,111reetssr i(tt: '4'C'.c .c t.C t( t.( t: .(,(tCt(.(t( t(

"0 Holy Night" ........... .. ...... ........;:..,..................... Adolf Adam ; : Girls Y
"Silver Bells" .... .......,...... .... Jay IJvingston and Ray Evans ; Boy'a. Heavyweight; Crewneck WEAREVFR a?,
"Silent Night .. ............ ... .... ......... ................ Franz Gruber '
"Ring Those Christmas Bells' .... ......... .................. Guy Levene D SWEATSHIRTS\ Pen & Pencil Sets -
"Christmas Song" .,......... .,. .. ..,... Mel Torme and Robert Wells .. Q r -
"Beat Nick Rides! Again" .. ......................... ...... B. R, Handy ""+ ?'n 1 lT )l Sires 6-16 Gift Boxed 1.1!
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"White Christmas" .......... :.. ......... ............ .......... ....I.. Irving Berlin 1 1012
"Green -Ieeves.. .......... ..... ...... ...... ........ ..... Old English Tune trr etKKKKKKKKKKKrKKKKKKKKr Jff
"Deck The Halls" ......................:.;?.. Arranged by Maurice= C. Whitney .., Choosehaalrom w'0' dahil I TOYS GlRL'DUSTERSRDAY'U
"Yulctide Sketches .....,. .*................. .......... Arranged by J. Ployhar k +l" seledien of the .sry colas
)= 1 of 1ad'i0M10M bs Quality detailed JS
SENIOR: HIGH BAND hod M Largest Selection in Town
i UMojne E.RoH: Director .. t She h sure to eot e S oure by i Full cut Washable J|

"Angels We'Have Heard On High i : ':.... ... .... .... ... French Carol pile.. a 1 57c Up From $1.67 j R|

"The Christmas Suite' ..... Arranged Harold L Walters .___ .
"0 Come, 0 Come Emanuel" ....,*,.... ........y.............. Gregorian &
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"Ring.Christmas Bells" ....... .........#.".... .......,.... Ukranmn Carol ojf i)a'f" )'j )t)1 if 1 i. 'ir :ti a ); i ms )'j m'J J

"Twelve!Days Of Chmtmas" ............................... 14th Century a
( "Adeste Fidelcs .. ... ......... Arranged by Morton Gould ., 'f"

"Joy To ;The.. World". .. ...... .. ..... ........... ...................... Mnrctlli 1

LeMoyne I.; Roll/ Director: .. JACKETs ,
"Jingle BcllsV "0. little Town Of Bethlehem", "Deck The Hulls", .
1 "Silent Night! "Hart Th Herald! Angela Sung". -

Member, of James Hopkins' speech class will glue asasxkd readIng SHIRTS.

*,between the groups
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dessert Cards Set January6, ,"; 1 .. "f r 1\ I 97 \ /

Women Aid Pioneer School j .' \ .Wormllnfng. ..r: "Go, t ;,
Fxtr. long -loa ..;. .
At the Woman's Club of Stuart and Mr, S. L. Wilde had won the'' + : sit" M. .t. ..'\ New collar styles '
'k 4 Expert
fiusinesi meeting Wednesday, Dec I grin for the Nov. J IX meeting. A u \2fqii ; tailoring.
contribution made to the Girl "' "A Full fit
Vandcrvecr, I
9, Mr C R president .
introduced as a new mem Scouts and ta the C-hriMma Fund i } if- ... ........ : ... e Sizes 141/2 to 17 ,
of the Florida School: for Boys at '
bar, Mr. Howard West of Ba Okeechobce.The Men's :JiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiii!
hama Terrace. supply of Florid stationery .- 'If 5 HilTS I COUPON I
The next dessert card party will was sold to quickly the project / I s FLANNEL
t* on Jan 6. I p.m. at the clubhouse will 1 be continued/with Mrs. Peter t c coon; SUNDAY ONLY _=
with Mrs L. B. Tracy as Gueino as chairman. A rcporton' r / E With thh coupon
chairman. Mrs, James Daley, co- the work project at the Pioneer 'jiHiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiij \.
i chairman for the fine arts program School' for the Handicapped tinted I i COUPONS i 1 37 I Aerosol I Spray Snow I II
for the Ian 20 meeting, requests 'the new hung, the Formica _
all who wish to exhibit their top for thug tablo iniulled and I GOOD SUNDAY ONLY | 1OC
handiwork in this exhibition to the continuing refurbishing of fur : With thh. coupon = _. RF.CLLAR !59c 1
contact her to arrange for display niture. pelt Vanderyeer's displayof : :: A goy pssaftawnt. VII piM. \ With FjKk CoupuNHllllllll =
space. Mrs Joseph. W Penrod reported Christmas ornaments made at | Any 11c Toy 1 1I : plaids and solid colon J J
on the progress of the bazaar the school was so well received AH are woiMoa ( ; I II';:':illiniHMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiltNFW .!:,
that they: wcr on display again Silt. SRtiXl ; :; "
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Dec. 16, at the I Only48c "
Mrs. Ethel M Mitchell( won the Wednesday. program ... ,
attendance prize for the !meeting. meeting. .f{{;] ,
\ Each Coupon | t r J / !

Hutchinson Drawings Will niiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiliimiiiiiHiiiiiift i' SILK CAPRIS: TWISTYSOFTEE DOLL '

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Be Exhibited Museum 1 ,)J.! Name Brand Ixdj M She bend, the twists, she pone. \! .

RFX;. $6.97-SPECIAL PRICE Soft moUtt Foam body

Drawing and water colors by structors at the Elliott Museum art il1DIFS $$3.97 $$6.97 7 75eenler \
Jim Hutchinson entitled "Interpretiv classes and taught beginncn as ..NYLONS
well advanced students, in landscape ,
Drawings of a Fishing as paintings and life studies.I k....iiaikku>ara.atrwaanwaaas naaawaarnansstrnnwaMwaraasa29c )

Community," will be shown Jan They have contributed much of ,;i GIRLS' SLIPPER SOX
5-24 as the month' main exhibit their time and talent to the mu11:11I11"
Museum and exhibits.They .. ,1 Flannel Pajamas
,. at the Elliott art programs .N For .he Entire Family
local artist, Hutch for encouraging PAIR
win known were mponsiNe ; Sim 7-14 100J) CoMnn PRICES FRO\I
interest in the arts at ,
inaon has for yean contributed his
artistic talents to the Martin County the Elliot Museum, resulting! in .. 97c 37cto97cGIRLS'
the establishment of a museum artpurchase .. _.., ,
Historical Society and the muHums. -
fund. s
The excellence and authenticity .
H. and hia wife loan were In- of Hulchlnson: Scminoh paintings
have placed them kt demand. +
On display at the Elliott Museum : r
Farley Charged are four of his paintings, purchased I and LADIES'JACKETS
With *MischiefIn by individual society members
Case and donated to the society. =
He Is at present aha painting i i
Oartted t, with, rtcklca driving I murals for the Mrs Federal Savings pork Sleeve Iieoded Swtwf 1'byNAe leather
mindurf by Stuart'I and Loan Association of Mar ..4
and malicious I SHIRTS WaMh whh amp water
B. Farley of : tin County i
police I GIRLS1
Camden Avenue Stuart, who was ""' ,

i Joe urday arrested'ro1.by by about Officer midnight Bill Chase lust Sat and 'I II Combs Drainage Asking Change a I < $$1:47: $1.21 14wHS $3.57 S3.97

Farley is Mid to have been drivIna I I I ,
( around the downtown area Paul' Combs- owner of Reliable : ,
shooung at Christmas lights with a I Septic( Tank Service on South Dixie ,;. e I''
officers found win3w board I II -r
{ua. The I appeared before the city '
brok n at Vwcents Jewel- I Monday night and asked for an i
en and Ideal Spat Shop 0" 0.- road easement' to reach a platted city I: MON. TI1UR SAT. 9A.M. ,TIL 9 P.M.1 OPElSl'NDAY; 12 TIL 6 PAI.
ceola Avenue.
lint Stewart, of Vlnowtt fcwrf- He oho requested a change ia 131 1 NORTH SECOND STREET i'g'' ,3 FORT PIERCE
ers woo waawor gout Illes, look a drainage. WHS; location. Both matters I
after far lof_,who tla'ned wto vre taken under atonement
the parking lot"hHruct I and Combs was asked" t. present
where car d.raulug in engineering, report as to the Av
it to the extent of $800. feasibility of the drainage change. J li

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STUART (fflofMn{ ) xms Thursday 17. 1961 5.1
lumber 4 PO Stuart Shufflers l Plan Party;

Suncoast Admits 4; Beat Ocean Breeze 6-4 Dec. 9 SHOPPING ... L. "'' SHOPPING

Stuart Shuffleboard Club will I beat Ocean Breeze. r,..4, in the Indian CENTER CENTER ;

I Forms 2 Divisions cluboou held( its ChrntmM on Saturday party. Pec at the 19, pain River wen u.: yu J,..PHnet Hrm, +isrg MId Stuart C.- OPEN NITES ''A R ,M N OPEN KITES

Bulls L. \VMknwen and H. HuU
bejtnaina'tib & buffet supper say, C Shed and A. Starr L. iaoo colon
The Suneoart Conference added Martin County Bella Giade Pa- at 6 pm.Reservation. Dempirier and 1 I- RauwaM C. Pennmtton P.M.DISCOUNT STORES : P.M.: '
four new members and split into hokee an4 the three newcomers should be made and O GU)let and E.
two seven twm divisions Thurv will. form the smaller schools division I I with Mn Frank RauwaKI and Trwit, and D Blacks
day 1 members shout! take t *()-cent On the sanw due Fort Pierce i
It is understood that each team gift for exchanK, marked mart or heat Oc:.ai. Breererr. 7anJ ,
Clewhlon Jupiter will play all others. M its own division woman Vero Be.clbeat P.>!ri St I new; j
and Boca Raton joined the tenexisftnj but a complete schedulehas I On Wednesday Deo 9. Stuart A.I. j1
member The first -----
two yet to be drawn up. A discus* -----
came from the Ridge Conferenceand sion of inter-division play will //1
Jugtifir front. the South Atlantic probably Uke place when prutci-- Tigers Still Seeking Win .
Conference Boca Raton, paK' albtelic directors and coaches
''mhtch' wilt have its first twelfth meet at Riviera Beach at 1 pm. ,
grade next year has not previously I on Wednesday, Dec 16 After Four Court Losses -
belonged to a conference,

Claw AA teams!, Palm Beach, I I Martin County lost its fourthstraight in their home opener! Saturday f
Forest Hill, Seacrest, Riviera Beach, I Charlie Tate toBe I basketball here on 45-36. Tiger junior vor"ro.o.. >ati
lake Worth Fort Pierce and game the ice with a 52.27 win.
Vero Beach, all with more than Speaker at Tuesday bowing" to Forest Hill, At Bello lihde Friday t h tRam i ,
350 hays in the top three grades, Tigers BanquetThe ((951 notched their fiN win of
will form the larger schools divi The junior varsity also I lost. tho 'season, at the Tigers" expense.
Mon. Kiwanis Club of Stuart will 39. 3.For. !9-d2.
hold its! annual football banquet the Tiger varity.COren High men for. Martin County. rr
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'". on Thursday even in" Dee 17, at Lof- and Bctir, 10
; \ ) were: Dick Bowman. I 11 l; ken were: Bowman each;
I I 7 pm back and: John Behr. 9: Dunnv kilbourne, 9, and Scammell 6.
II I I The banquet will be held at the kilhourne. 8; Mike Crook and Tho Tigers are at home to Dan
I Elks Club and speaker for the Ricky Scammcll, 6. and Arthur McCarty of Fort Pierce on Friday
a evening will he Charlie Tate head Speedy, 2. ,, Dec, 18 I their last fame before -
football coach of the Universityof The Tigers loot to Okeechobee ha Christmas vacation '' y
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In a continuation of the Santa '
Clans tournament Tuesday, Dec '
t H. Jacket Luce and Carol Voden 6 Ft.r RONSONLIGHTER I
won the I IS-hole contest among ?
members of the Lady Golfers Association I
of Martin County and y t KIT
Berta Stuart and Jessie Perkins ... VINYL TREE
were 9-hole winners

EQUIPMENT Wood chips have been found to '
Osceola Avenue 287.2399 make an almost ideal livestock ? .,w,
bedding. N Kit: Include' Knmnn TVpliww .

Prrnimienlly ,bruull- .q +
DoYourChristmasShoppiug Llghtrrrra. CM ctl Him r
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M MIVS PATTY 7ARMPS: a member of the Diversified" l Cooperative Compare( I.ist.50
Training program at Martin County High School is a page at
the Martin County Public Library Miss Zarnus plan to take nt $S.9S
+ library training following her graduation from high school She
is shown here with Mmi Eli/uhuh. Thalman, lihramn,

select from Our Wonderful "World" DCT Presents Men's Better
: '
2i Ft. Aluminum Tree $$1.99 !

of r r stmasniffS Patricia Anne Zamits' .Plans .'; ...r WALLETSU'

EVERYTHING FOR TUB To Continue in Library Work
BOATMAN PRICED) 59c UP pwhlJe, pUskln sr msrnelrut
Representing t the' DCT Club Patty it the daughter of Mr
Casa Rio Boat & Motor Sales Inc.
this week we have Patricia Anne and Mrs Charles Z mn' of Palm I
City and has been a lifetime resi Bud Omit HI ,
"Everything For Your Boating; Pleasure Zarnrts a !senior and a first, year dent of Martin County Bearing any

DCT student at Martin County .1 I/* 01 tipo itt shot. .
440 ROUTE 707 RIO, JENSEN BEACH Patty is employed a I Martin
Senior High School County Public Library a, I
---- l.trar. "uillyt
-- -- which i i. an aMiHtant" to tho m n r
tuns After gradimlKm' she plans ", t. 's.oo
tit continue this lypa of work .r ,,,,
She I is active in sports and her 4 r No slrap...
special interests include Mock car .
racing, softball !MId football rlllnpI M'I; ,+',1WI" ei

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[ Two GamesIn If' .... anti UKULELE '

.." lib
tiN Monday' night' haskethall !' '
gems with Douglas Brown School allppenl, '
Ukeechobee, Murray High School Frq bat lsr'J' ,a .
scored 17 points to Brown IA I I t eRrsq, tres sM'N9s
Tht game was finished a' the halftime u.Cerra flat.
L etra 10(be tSmdaweuo due to cold, high winds! and wlrl I ImfrnctlMeliOT4ftf

ot C6ri ton. |>lct.
alo tour
w adjwsJ
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The ,ir""" Burro was completed / /
..to the ble4utu soiioesais hy shortening: tM last two quar< abM ..rQtsr
isg of 60}.,bsot rss ood, tan lo four minute each. The
'final score was Murray 29. Brown wkl.. / erM 1
|K. Thclma Meuse reset I JS .
r F' ([Hunts, Uhf
)In the boys' game, point SCOT.rrs Compare at M" o
jriwd/rud er'' orrwial were: (Ororg' Bra)frttkkl. 2.
', > lame Hamilton ft: George Har
< the Bert oe rwst rm, 2.: Fp,+y Lampfcm. 2, Dougbs
McHjrJy' I, and Charles
tur) jororr tsraaosa Mostly. :2.
1, .01 tlvronR wrt di. The Lionesses kept up their win.

comin4 ain. ways in a home tame. aeain 4 I..mJic82.Pc, r.
+ Ttu't Urlem(. Academy: Friday, 35-20. Ladle/ j'Quilf adDUSTERS
/Mit the Lions lost their first game PEIGNOIRSETS> ,
In three suns, 42-41 ..
G<)1'11' Harris was high man
tor the lions with %I. Other *corer .
were lames Mamifton, t II I: ?
rip: starch 4; George Brooov ,
ptyC ,
l y'r lieU an4 Domda Me:Hardy, 2 i
1 each and! Charlr* Motley, 1. I'f I
t.bry Johmnn led the Uoneirn 'l
with I 15 points, clotery follow. i CkrasMas, +fr ( '
*4 by" Thclma Mew with 14. Arhrulvdatrbrl' sal .
1 Teba Input and Row. Solomon r i alrrer", 'Id9Ni .....tlt.", .11..4 sf '
1 + each notched 4, and Luvcni Wat t 1iIrsrrlersaNsN
twrtsN trJnC wkY
I lrleef
r "r1 son 1.TM.
r home game against; Honker : Marry Irrls. nsdrat /t. a wrlay d frirtr, aANIINlerh '
Washington" originally .ched- t JINa } '
,,,1 ,. ? .led for Thursday. ha been post-.., wrh. Irrrpht 0.Gml1p'JrC. 11 t.
fONd until Fntfay, Dec. If' Martng -
,, k -. ,.r at 7:W ftnI t wN4 frWy .....ft

I -- -.4 trlhrc. ('_ nt $0'.95TA ""v'yr ;,,
T PROCRA.1 .... ., SoUl.
@ | The Nesufxrry CoOcce Choir r' '
will give a concert for die wear '
i high. school& Tbumkr aTorwng, 1 -- ,.

aoslro R iuc tenrt Z611t>1EA'T' t Tao are TO C1AMIFY'

1 uw sewu ntuJaJ ci6J ; e
| New tooTmter. 1 i he8renrsatens aacbeo.tJWOL .
j >|t 6 *. ALSO .961 Boick 8msbd
< Waco V-t eagta. .. ll\JtnCaA .
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6A THE; STUART (Fla.) NEWS Thut' daT, December' 19404 Zoraida Garcia DEC. 17 AMATEUR
Door Prize Winners Are The children who took part in RADIO MEET OFFGeorge

the art contest for grade one Boson, president of the

Linda Kaye Meathum-Joseph J. St. Clair Jr. Listed for Recent BazaarThe I that through all fifteen four were were aU named so talented priM Martin County Amateur Radio

has announced that
winners.. Dub the

Wed Recently at Tropical Farms ChurchThe 1 St Joseph Christmas bazaar grade; Mary Ann Harmeatr and The winner of the rosary was meeting Dec. 17 scheduled will not be for held.Thursday The

which was held on Dec 12 Betsy Poux fifth grade; Michael Mrs Joseph Halloran of lenses scheduled .
at the church big and Ellen Bocchmo sixth Beach regularly meeting
wedding of Miss Linda Kay grounds, wu a Pauly will be held as planned
M l.iIUrn and Joseph James St. success. Mr. Frank Pelosl was grade, Patty McCord and Vicky

{ you'd Clair Jr was an event of Nov 21, general! chairman. Voorbes, seventh grade and APPLICATIONS FOR
In the Tropical! Farms Baptist I Door prize winner were: $500 Thomas Bailey and John Scrra, MARRIAGE LICENSES CITY SESSION MONDAYA

Church The Rev. Hubert D. saving bond, Charles Riley 0 f eighth grade reorganization session of Stuart .
like White of Port St. Joe, officiated Jensen Beach; portable TV, Mrs. Ed Clay of WSTU was masterof Donald Francis Hendry and City Commission is scheduled

during the impressive candle-light P. Pearson of Rio; transistor radio, ceremonies at a talent contest Theresa K. Celli, Lake Worth for 7:30( Monday Dec 21.
double-ring ceremony Mr*. Chris Keck of Stuart; tropical held aslef'r: The j judges were; Earl Newkirk VanHart Jr. Riviera at which time officials will be named .

to knowThe The bride is the daughter of Mr. k painting Ray Wanstall of indian Mrs. Mrs Helen Beach, and Caren Lee Roving and city employ" affirmed

and Mrs W J. Talbert of Stuart, River Drive; watch Vincent Meyers, Jay Woodbury, Mrs Fran-. Juno Beach. The regular meeting will start at 8.
Bocchtno Jr, Jensen Beach; broiler cis Yankovich and Mrs Ula Phillips
and the bridegroom ii the ion of
-baker, Mrs A. Bond of Indian The first Chris
winners were: ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. St. Clair Sr
Dairy Council of River Drive; and bicycle, Mrs. B. and Candy Sanfasis, second, John --'- .
St. Joe.
South florid Is proudto / of Port J. Peters of Stuart. Langberg, third Shawn tngcbret "
The interior of the church was
proiwit Certificate/ of enhanced by the bridal setting. I Winners of the politer contest sen; fourth, Dorothy Bentham, I '1'I

Merit Awards to Hits* Two seven-branched candelabra held for the children of St. Joseph fifth Patty McCord, Donna Wmtercorn. / ., '. I
School were: Mike McCord, fourth Mary Ellen Bentham and '
dsttfving young people with: burning cathedral tapers I I \ r
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formed an- arch, which was flank

ctMtloi../.for outstanding and exemplary/ ed white by gladioli tall standards and mums containing accented Medical Self-help Class to r\, ( .f 1!! {. l 0 "j

leadership", honoring both with palms and fern. .

family and Community.ROBERT presented Mn. Linnie a program Brennan of prenuptial pianist-, Start Jan. 7 at Ocean Breeze LOIS 1UUS10n'1.R.EN

music as the guests! assembled, i1 PAULINE SEGNA NELL WALTON
including 'Because "0 Perfect Dr J. E. Book will instruct citizens course sponsored by the Martin I 20 E. OCEAN BLVD. PIIONC 287-4453

Love" and "0 Promise Me" in the Jensen Beach.Rio area County Civil Defense! It will include .....
The bride, given in marriage in a medical self.help training the following subjects: I 1- ____ ._____._______
by her brother, Robert Talbert, of II "Nursing Care ot the Sick and
Jensen Beach was radiant in her I Injured Artificial Respiration I

gown of peau de sole designed witha News Bleeding' and Bandaging frac-
fitted bodice which featured long I of Martin lures and Splinting, Transportationof GOLFNew

pointed t sleeves and a high neck the Injured, Treatment of Burns.
line. Touches of reembroideredalencon Recognition and Treatment of
lace with pearls extended County HighBy Shock, :I Birth Infant Martin County Golf & Country ClubST.
from the top of the molded bodice jc ifdn&rI
THUM LUCIE BOULEVARD Turn right Just before crowing
to the full length of the !skirt KAY PARADISE
Is member The of the is to
Robert course
i purpose
New to Beach
The back of the bodice was accented Bridge!!
of the communications : _lIIr -"" provide n minimum of one adult
with buttons bow
covered and
section! of the a In. family with some skills
every COMPLETE Greens Fee
The full I skirt formed chapel SENIOR IIIGII BAND, in
Martin County Civil injuries and for
ven treating caring
train at the back Her of illusion CHORUS AND SPEECH:
the 18-IIOLE COURSE $3.50
Defense Unit During sick in case of a nuclear attack
was attached to a pillbox CLASS GIVE PROGRAMThe
tie three hur.rlcioes crown with re-embroidered lace or Any disaster, such as a ELECTRIC CARTS .... $6.00 for 18 Holes-$4.00 for Holes
that swept Christmas season was hurricane tornado or flood, when
and pearls. She carried a small
Florida last seaoon, white Bible which covered brought to the high school by the there may not be a doctor or nurse
he the entire available I to give professional help
: spent with peau de sole and white lace band speech department, and the The MEMBERSHIP:
U will
time on duty. Ha course start on Thurs
also member at and had a white orchid center with newly organized chorus. The day Jan. 7, at the Ocean Breeze MEMBERSHIP INITIATION fIE $

the Jensen a Beach carnations and ribbons of lace and chorus, under the direction of Mrs Park clubhouse There will be SINGLE MEMBERSHIP .........?....... .e

Volunteer Fin Department 'Ithwith loveknots ite Ronny Nelson, sang some favor twelve hours of instruction, two DOUBLE MEMBERSHIP __........? 80.00'
Both the Mrs Robert Talbcrt sister In- MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH JAMES ST. CLAIR, JR. with Christmas carols I and the band, hours each Thursday from 2 to 10 PLAY BOOKS .._... .>.....___

ChIef of the Volunteers law of the of honor.bride, was chosen attiredIn as -Photo by Mike Stone Christmas LeMoyne Roll directing. The played 4 p.m Those who wish to register 20 PLAY BOOKS .._..__...?..__
matron She was music speech: .
and the Civil a dress of pink chiffon over class presented readings of t the for the course may phone or call 30 PLAY BOOKS ..................___ 75.00 .. ..
Defense Director corsage of pink carnations. The punch and dainty hors d oeuvrcs. Christmas at the Ocean Breeze Park office
hat commended! pink taffeta, with matching accessories bridegroom's mother was attired The bride chose for her wed- season The course I h also available to DRIVING RANGE AND COMPLETE GOUt SHOP
Robert for outstanding and) carried a nosegay of in blue with matching accessories in g trip a dress of navy blue, trim- Along with the junior high band any group of fifteen or more In MIXED DRINKS AND LUNCHEONS
work and dedi pink carnation with bridesmaids and wore a corsage of pink carnations med with white, with black patent and chorus, these groups will. again the county Further informationmay
ribbon. The junior accessories. For her corsage, she perform for the public, Thursday be obtained by calling the MATT MOORE, Pro. ROBERT M. WILLIAMS, Mgr.

were nieces Margaret of the bride.and Diane Talbert A reception was held Immedi- wore the orchid from her bouquet. at 8 p.m. in the high school gym County Civil Defense office, AT Dial 287-2274
They wore
ately following the wedding at the The bride attended Martin County 7-1652.
Identical dresses of
yellow organdy High School and the bridegroomis ART CLUB DECORATES .
trimmed with whito lace with home of Mr and Mrs. Robert -- -- - -- -
headpiece of white rosebuds, and Talbert. The brides book was a graduate of Port St. Joe High Adding to the beautiy of the
cation.DAVID presided over by Mrs. Hubert D School and Cincinnati College of
veil of yellow Illusion. They car. high school the art club decorated
ried of carnationsand I White, The brides table, whichwas I Embalming He I Is present associated the school for the Christmas
nosegays yellow sea
yellow satin ribbons Ushers overlaid in white, held the with Johns Funeral Home son. Wreaths and colorful bully DON'T SETTLE FOR A

for the ceremony were Stanley I ornate wedding cake embossed in After a trip to South Florida, tin boards added to the decor
Fulford and Jack Wallace David all white with miniature bride and the couple Is residing at 1012 In- BETTER THAN NOTHING" .
groom Refreshments included diontown Road. ,
White of Port St. Joe, served as RAY ROBERTS AND

The mother of the bride was I ;
World Around Us' '
beautifully dressed! In blue with Program':
.\ Ten year old David complementary accessories with a Two juniors, Ray Roberts, prey t ENJOY. .
placed first In die ident of the class, and Jan Icyda, : .J

southeastern region! To Resume on January 28th vice president of the student council *
al meet of the annual Books & Recordsmake were" chosen by Mr. Woodall

r Kick Flint tosiprtition, Pus and I "Th. World Around Us," e Thursdays.. All will b* shown. to attend the Rotary Club luncheons

The national contest Perfect Gifts series of travelogue films will be at the Woman Oub.Tlc.kell dents. Tho to observe purpose! is adult for the service stu F THE FIRST LOW COST QUALITY WATCH
I I this the an ,
presented again by
, was a pre game For Christmas season are available at the Mar- club. r
Want.ingtoe'Redekins .5 Martin County Library Association. -
vent >>
SHOP EARLY tin County Public Library; sea sb ALs9,2Z .

New York Glints For Best teclioM: AlVALENTINE'S Titles of the programs this year son tickets" or single admission CHRIMMAS FORMAL !,

,am. list month are "Vlv Mexico!, "Afghanfittan UekeU may be purchased.The SEE FUR DECEMBER: 19 y r'N

He landed an Imprwiive Journey," "Greece and; the Mysterious The annual Christmas formal, WATERPROOF'
runner.up's Balkans.' and "Portraitof sponsored by the senior class will
329 F.. Ocean Blvd, Stuart first permanent English Tp't
plac. In 'all probability Martin County One-Slop Free China. colony established in North America be held Saturday, Dec 19, at 8

he II be first Book Bible & Record Shop The that. program Is Thursday, was at Jamestown. Va Jamestown pm in the Woman; Club, A
In line for high Jan. 28 Tho others will also be was founded In 1607. i Christmas Princess will be chosen '
school football tryouts .. from the senior class that -'w
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,.m-o a few yws L. I playing A live band, the "Azetcs," will be ,


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PAMELA LUCI ART. "'IA>llll>A did' on tl /lh day -
For six weeks list 01 "IIIIIIUAltY..1': .. lam ono".
10 b. Imv.rpur.trd infer the lawn $ 9 5r
summer, Pamela Coin see us. If you don mind dodging U if she mat ir Kl'"riu UUOI>IV<}'8
was a volunteer PRE-OPENING ljOUbK: AHM. INC n corpora
II dun' with IK irln' Hal plai or
student Instructor In wound ladders and comtrurtkm muter bimlnix tit HTLAKT: MAHTIN, : ale

the swimming piocrtm lab you'll find some real good buys In CUUNTT d In the mat, at Klordla.Hhemu v\ ALOWA$
.urh or
conducted by : the loth day of llx'KNHKR! ,
the Martin County hardy plants They make wonderful A.I IV....l.tl. endue In b. riled In the
.tr. of the
Board of Public In. S ALE L E IIId unusual gifts loo. Browse through .f the Pixie of Nrrret.ry Hurlda, the of dora Htm. MOT' Bhtlortlvt suttee Nat nil' sHorlM "'ltl eUMtMMliShi[ ""Stum* .frm.
structlon and the rnent.ry.: nihurlty: raaulnd under assist_1nIe1..... .>........IH. -.
American Red Ihounands of plants, pick the ones you nion e"ef.the dlHuluthm Tit rid I V et"..iui.liowlnr such..' ..... ....

Crocs Pamela Is i f''rnnrilnn.aw ,
tenth grader at Like It's self servk and cw.li .and carry. alit. ,.s.nrvforc... h..h". the rertify Kwr.l to.rr the or

Macho County High fnrrenln..nil, that h. ,la .tI.n..d
where she U that rhr rvuiilromrnta of tb< law STERLING
bars tirrn ennipiird with
drum majorette ands IN YVITNhM: !* UIIKHBUF. t ha.*
member of the GARDEN SUPERMARKETOPEN fcer.untu at my head and hue RINGS
afrixvd Ih. .French Club or Klorlla. at Tallahaaum, the Cap D[ NUj111' {
It Hi, I,.la the T KM Til day of 1.'BCE.sanuit .1 PINS !
A.I"I.'.4. fl
join .won't ALL DAY DAYS A WEEK Tf AUA .. ,
I us yeifiIn SB VEN "..,......,,. .).f! Prate 1. INC
I honoring HII. fin. pub, l>.. IT. l...lWM Symbol of IonErerlastiBj.

young peopl.<. HARDY PLANTS LN GALLON CANS 'W Or 1'1111.1(' Hr,"1'118 I = l! -' >( ...
e TO WHOM ir MAT ('e) 'WKN: -
end the hundreds Hkothem NOTU la h.r.hy I alTon that Ih* --J for Brtde-f
FISHTAIL PALMS i.l or Groom.
. 49c Pliiniis.: mrtnnli. ,a- niumlxlun of I
..,"who" .re our .
Martin ('ounIY" H >rlda, will con.4u It.. Jt
t a p .. al th* hour
Hoeo..ond our country's! CROTONS . . 1.5490 *l f is.. PM on Januarr II, 1.11
hop for the future. at th Martin Cuunty CourthoUMIn
8t I lart. ft "rltla, In nal lr Ih
r < *
RED DRACAENA e1 ., : ;..
. 79c settler .nine of IS.
rollowlna- o...tribal. property from
Wficatecfjfait! It-' to llpovlal. ,

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Followiag a fire on Thanksgiving It, New York NY. seven-foot C. T Bush. Stuart, eighteen- Donald K. Schroeder Stuart, sixtool. Mrs. THE STUART (FlorWa) NEWS ,
Day which destroyed virtually eve i I sut-Mcb. sailfish while tithing pound lack metal! from the "Btlk six-.neb sailfish! from the Smalley in Thursday, December 17, 194 1-0
BouquetsTo anything they owned, Mr. and Sailfish III/' Fran L. I
i kftHMNl the "Spray II: with Cap-
Mrs. Arnold P. Ptttman and their IMS RafYoung. Robert Eddy Jmiiwk. Columbus Richard CauMty. Melbourne. Resignation at
five and seven-year old daughters I Cut F. Whwkr. River Fore, Ohio seven and ose quarterpoundsheeptihead si\.foot, eiM-Nuh _"iIoh. from Smalley resignation will be filled
Folks have received help from many 111,, ne fbh. Earl Bush \\ 'mcheal- Robert M R.moo.l.. the "QanMrt II," with Captain A by Mrs. Margaret Newman. Mr.
many of these! good people too er, Ky., seven-foot. threemi. sailfish Sanford five-loot' eight-inch swlfh A. \VMtfewr.Leonard Red Cross HereThe Newman has been a local resident
many to name individually. To each from the Bilbc III:. with .*.. from the "Ca ''-." with i Slander. Sanford tor approximately fifteen
On the GoON and everyone of you our biggest Stuart Sailfish Clubs listing of Captain Bill ToJt Captain AU Raphel.Dr. (\\nn. a sftWUi from the "Gulf- Martin ( ouniy Chapter Sears/ and hat been employed by
sod best bouquets. citations and buttons is uoJ throughthe Oe rte E Cavanaugh. Merritt W. L. Wheeler Jr. New stream! ,," with Captain Von JourUan American Real ('roM uuMiunces the Martin County committee for
THE SUBJECT of bouquets Stuart Chamber of Commerce I...... seven-font saillish Iron York, N. Y,. two .......foot. six- the( resignation ol the. exewtivesecretjr the pant two years.A .
area For several years there have' office follows: the "Howdoe." with Captain Bill inch satlfisli. from the "Spray II" \, Mrs I II Isle SttieHey. effective
our biggest
been slightly less than ten deaths seven-foot Burdge. George E Cavanaugh Merrill The worU't largest automobile Dec ti IM" \ miniature refrigerator/ lotphotographers
factors deserve wholehearted Bill M illt. Stuart sail.
thanks from all of us for the among every 10,000 Americans fish, C. W. Farina Satellite Beach: Stilly H. Moulton. Cocoa' Beach, (eland, IICven.f,,-.., the s-inch sailfkh ferry. the new Arvtytns' Knud in Smalley has been associated i. will protect color
mag film
"hot weather.
nificent things they have done compared with twenty births per six-foot, ten-inch sailfish, Benjamin twenty-five-pound sailfish. while from the "Ho.w: k.'C." Denmark, M I a trifMttcker" that with the louil I Red Cross in It operates on
for us. 10000. Snyder, New York N. Y., fishing aboard the "Fran L," with Chester C. Bush Royernford.Pa !can carry It 400 makes) Mrs and ten-mile 1.541)I( trip passengers .- Chapter for almost five y Iff" and rent.either house or automobile cur* ,
A self-guided tour of the old seven.foot, stx-inch sailfish Ray Captain Peter Robertson ", Il It-f._>t. nine-inch a it relinquishing her pomfiem on \
TO JAMES RAND and RALPH' fort is now available at Fort Pick. Farwell Miami, seven-foot six- Citations issued for sailfish and flmore L. Tresuler.! Jensen! lIilfiMh'l. Before placing! )$>ur advert*llo the advice of her phyfcfen., lot for sslc--Try a New for )
sailfish Dr. W. L Wheeler other varieties to. Jt seven-inch The cmU-d' Mrs. sale ad for quick results
EVINRUDE for putting the Mar. ens State Park on Pensacola Beach. inch went : 'jI ooh. \ -- ing cheek: think ge vacancy by a. : I
tin Memorial Hospital building d I
4 T;" !
fund drive over the top; to MR. i
AND MRS. WILLARD KIP. t, thu ,s '

LINGER spacious, for land sites gifts for that Marti provided '' ., 'jf ", }i :;,h t tL

County Public Library and StuartWoman's \ ,
: Club; to HARMON P .j"L" .. !
ELLIOTT for his wonderful gif : l i
of the Elliott Museum. Each of
them has done other good
many 4w ,
civic things, quietly and anony xk' ''' ,,.J ,
mou ly. A Merry Christmas tall > I I
of ) '." 'V. \foi\'W'" ". .
you ""
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THERE are a number of gen ki4
uincly creative person in our community ,If':' "
and toward a few of them
this week these bouquets go: : .
I. : ,
JUDGE HOWARD B. LEE. :" ,:t" '; I
1 \ rY I
former attorney general of West .1 rj,1 )
Virginia, lives quietly in a little \ .j' .S
cottage at 636 Bryant Avenue, ,:': ,. ,
Stuart, where he writes memoirsof .y .
the mountain wars and feuds. ,
His I latest is "An UnforgettableMountain : V '.. II"I\\.U
Queen" an excellent article (: S _
about Nancy Elizabeth (Mrs. :.,.... :,,--t .
Cap) Hatfield, wife of one of the :;. ; : 11;) L ;' 7)
:: I I
central figures in the celebrated $
Hatfietd-McCoy feud. The article \ 'l
appeared recently in the Charle '
ton (W. ) Ga tte-Mail r" ..
illustrated / !t
Magazine, with pictures
from Judge Lees files. Althoughthe "
feud had ended In 1924 (Devil Have ;1',
Anse HatficlJ had died in 1921)) ,:
Judge Lee tells of soliciting the p t
votes of his son, Cap Mae and / k
family and getting hithertountoldfacts r t
from them. The Stuart author r rv"
is a mine of authentic information You Picked '

try. on the coal mining coun ,

; .
ZACK MOSLEY whose studio .
overlooks the St. Lucie River i In ; :
St. Lucie Estates, is creator of the"Smihn' Out Next Year'sChristmas ;tikl ,.
Jack" cartoon strip di-
tribute all over the nation by the A .tr'( t
Chicago Tribune-New York New '. ,
Syndicate His cartoon strip Is cre< ) .
ited with doing more to publicize
civilian aviation (plus millary flying V Tree ?
) than any other medium. His : <
'I .
boost cartoon
most! recent was a ;Jk
panel on the twenty-third son'.
vcrsary of the Civil Air Patrol, of l 1 '" I
which 1,000 mats were distributedby
CAP. national headquarters < V SILLY QUESTION? Well yes, were sure 0 ; t p <: f
to squadrons in the U. S, Alaska "

--, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.' an : :M! *:: it is. Hut t \\lwt; about your plans forhrIst.,, I 7,;, t. a:

FRANCIS general of A.the ADAMS Minute, director Me. ,. :........ : Y, ...,. mas 1965? No\visu good time to eliminate uny ;,tWIt

of America. Inc.. who lives on I .' financial worries I have I before f It %
even ur
Riverside Drive I In Hildabrad ; lOll may \ "J8 irivcs.
Park (his organization is not to '
be confused with the Minute Me A membership in First! National Bank'sChristmas ."' : I

who are pushing training for
guerrilla varfarc) for his creative: Club has solved this problem for hundred! M

genius-as a tnteechmaker. Some __
do :it with words, some with i India t H ) tV, ;, of Martin County residents this Christmas. It's very .
ink, some with paints-but if you

you want proud a patriotic A'3.m' speech that American makes, o easy, just save as little us 50c u week or $WOO. which ever 3 :I,"
I"tho \
speech Francis on A. "Our American man.Heritagc. His!- suits your budget best. Before >ou know it1. it will be time t to :.

I ." delivered to the
Parent Teacher recently Association a t buy next year's Christmas tree Just think of all the nice pre* V
Jensen Beacfc was a classic. Take 1* '
a salute for n and many like it, scnts you can put under that tree using your Christmas Club l i' f a :; :
i Francis Adams; your; community '
I is proud of you. started this I' 'J' "
savings you year '". I .#0-''
'. !
by Jim and Joan Hutchinson artist J 1R.i' ". r
couple who live at Golden Gate, +
.s still in the diaper-changin
Map:, but they both excel In a lick!
\vhith: is another marvelous contribution
to the future. Some time 4P
(ago they became interested f in
I Florida's Seminoles, went over to
I tic Brighton Reservation and made
friends with the tribe-lived among
them and have produced the finest .IIRST
paintings we know of the SeIN.nolt1 1s
in tribal dress living their
lives in Seminole fashion Jim's
paintings will perpetuate a fast- p
vanishing. bit of history, but 'he
couldn t nave done it without Joan. '
.P.S.: If you wonder how signalan '1, BANK
accomplishment this .is, try : Ia1
mailing friends with i Seminole, STUART ,

'f much* less a whole tribe 1 OF

lD CLAY, for giving freely of
hit entertainment talents to any
was worthy master cause.of ar Hit s ponies latest. for" the& Your Full Service Bank Serving Martin\ County for Oder 3Y car"

entertainment evening at the Jen-
sea Beach Community Church on
Dec:. )10. sponsored by! the Men's AMI'Ui flAnKINGVJTII TRUST POWHRS
Brotherhood. In addition U his
staging and .t.C. talents we discovered
last week thai he has a
tatting change purse? (When can 0
WI aspect a ventriloquist ace. Ed?)
...4nd Just one more posey for the
boiquct. for waking the radio-bsg 1 1'L 1V
lenin population of Martin Coun
titan! cheerfully every day. It it
completely beyond our eapaNli-
lid to be civil that carry, much

forit.leMf cheerful and we admire Ed 'L!

f 1.
JO, THE ENTIRE Men's Brothcr1 l' .r
od> of the Jemen Bach Commmity .
Church: for pledging 11 lf
,000) ) to the building r of a new sans ij
,\'lu ry. and then working to can I HOURS 1I011ltS :

l% money The entertainment reM AIL BANK OtPARTMI-VIS I).l E4N: hrw' (MS "
| on Dec. 4 put them comforutif .-,., .. ,
over their goal mwv'ry; MONDAY FRIDAY 9 AJVt: IT 2 Nit >IOMJY IIIKU IIIIR.HU4YrRIDAV B A.a1. 11)L
k| a few bouquets
*> helped them-a good: Job weD IUIDAV E.M\C f ..n 10 1 ,.)t. ,'I;: 1 A.M.iTO1..
-.c SATURDAY 9 XAt TO 11 eater SA1LHIMYHE ;' 1 AAt. TO 12 was

110> THE UNIFORMLY GOOD ft E WILL BE OPtN S-iTfUIAY. DCCLM1U' 2l\L WIJLt IK1IIRU ."" ,...{ ,..' w.bF.cltlUt! : : J6'l11.

ge1DpM of Mania County who eoaOout ,t",
to help anyooe k trouble ,

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B THE ...-. .,........., ... ... ,
1 S'rUAR'r (Fla) NEWS IhuMny December 17, 1964I ., ., .."!' w --- Spencers 'to earls regrstralion is suggested this u being coniiJcrcU, All course
....11 ol" ...., : the Stuart Recreation
for loose who would like to pertfciiMte are sponsored by -
The Pint exercise of the prenidential ?- Senators to the United Stales .: + 3r.ndQ' '1. ':I/.U'. I Are Bridge Winners I Phone either J. "' '''*-I Dcawlmcnt, J, M Mj.
veto was made by George Senate were not always elected. by I '" "" a ,,?yr ors, I hoe at 287-2550 or 11 Mum i boa, director
I :: (, i Sixty-two players competed in
Washington when he vetoed the the voter n, each .matt. Before .,, 4 1 h e Wednesday night duplicate 544-J622 forde-: A Mnka I building
I ;,1'v oIt: < and further number of The Empire Stale rises
I lint aatxwtfonflMM bill paaaed by of the 17th amendment in I
the .
passage bridge spatmnred by
: feet with the 222-foot television
player has wed for an additwaal 1,47
( hated' the fint ,
onyves on U. S. I9H U. S. sfwa- were elected Stuart Reere.tin Department. A
instruction and tower
census taken in 1790. by Stule Legislator. ( '" Mitchell movement was used. I I evening : program _

.. 1 yr North-south winner' were: I I. Al +

protect yourTOMATOES li'! >SfiI1jQ Omar 2. Dr. T and i. Phyttt Moore and!Spencer Jay,Mamin 105=. I Seas tfs:6tee: n 's

sgsrn r s : t. Chloe and (harks Matbes,
f KM( )'' 4, Val McDonald andlean t
o Qust ;Fisher. 98'i.; and 5, Jim and I .., . . . .
Barbara Grossmckle. 90. East-
POTATOES west winner were: I, John and
June McKillip 103.: 2. Virginia il from I II
Johnson' and Margaret Rice 102; I
3. Frank and Louise Rauwald, :
WATERMELON 100: 4, A Cote and Betty Man,
and 1, Fern and Robert Wright, I !

PEPPERS : au.... I 90'2The next regular game will be I I I Bill Berry Agency i if

I Is on Wednesday Dec. 16. at Student -
Youth Center beginning at I
r 7'4* -f. I
BEANS : Registration for the projected i! r
tS1G1A'' teaching program, to start Tuesday. .. I I 620 Colorado Ave. 287.0966
; Jan 12 at the Youth Center
CAULIFLOWER have started to come in. I I
Classes will be limited in size )1 );)f)1 Ji tJ

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CYGONLeafhoppers "The Future of Man," by Pierre t
tie Tcilhard A major book, which: i .
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In Short ReviewsNew the levels of science, philosophy ,
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peppers Aphids,leafhoppers,leaf miners, mites, rygus bugson Public Library include: I'launches an expedition on a Journey Heredity and Progrew., and
be- assured with Investment
Did of the World can regular you are actually} earning more
I! of 700 leagues into the wilderness
lima or snap beans?Aphids on your cauli- 'The' Kaiser and His Times; mad before the 15th of each
your green Michael Balfour Both "The Fatal Gift of Beauty: by money on your Interest than you
flower, cabbage or broccoli Not after you apply an economical of by the Kaiser and an analysis a Mudy of I;i i "For the Union Dead," by Robert ABC. Whipple The story of month. L.t u* send you an eyeopenar.. on your Investment. Call us or
I the final flamboyant years in the Ing chart which chow how. In a relatively come in and let ahow how
,low-rate dose of CYGON ,the insecticide that pro what was wrong with imperial ,,i Lowell Thirty five new poems lives of Byron and in you
and of the i who Shelley i short time, the dollars you your can earn more.
Germany social constitutional by a leading American poet money
vides both immediate contact control, and long-listing ,. Italy. The author explores the
and economic forcesthat was elected by the American ACademy -I ,
residual from Inside the plant situation which! and Letters to the legends rumors and scandals about
activity by acting jystemtatfy produced a in of Arts .
." .."..,.* the personality of the Kaiser became chair vacated by Robert Frost! death Bryon's, and mistresses paints!! vivid and Shelley'portraits %
of supreme importance. An "A Pennant for the Kremlin Your
of (heir friends enemies and rivals.Vanguard 9
illuminating! view of the preludeof by Paul 'Molloy A comedy money
: wacky -
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: Use* it planting timi( to tysttrnkanir protect the War of" 1914"Markings I about what happen when the I, a satellite launch. 5 Interest
: by Dag Hammartk- Soviet Union inherits the Chicago ed March 17 1938, is still circling
R potatoes from tilt ravages of fcifminen aphids, leiflwppen, (old. A record of the inner life of Whip; Sox, and goes all out to wina the earth every ninety minutes and EARNS Compounded
J flea beetle lame and wlrewwms._tomatoes from leaftnintn. : the honored U N mediator who major league pennant. will continue to do so for 200

....... ...... .. ... ................... ....e.. died in an airplane crash in the 'The Pond by Robert Mur years Quarterly
Congo. Contains poems and philosophic phy A nostalgic story of a four
"' *! reflections teen-year-old boy, exploration Mrs. Margaret Homan has purchased I
L :: See Dealer !
E k your today "The Sweetest Music This Side and discoveries in the Chickahom- a new house! on Fourth
'. of Heaven" by Booton Herndon iny Swamp in Virginia. The.ape Street and la in the process 0 f First Mortgage Corp;
The story of the four Lombardo pealing young hero, Joey, with a moving.
brother and their orchestra normal boy', enthusiasm for hunt
OTIC$ known a* Guy Lomhardo and his ing and fishing, comes to find OF STUART
Canadians from the in the HELP STOP
Royal -- early I greater delight obierviing
East Ocean Blvd. Across
from the
day. in Canada, where Papa Lornfesrdo animal life in tht swamp than in Courthouse In Stuart. Dial AT 7-0122
nurtured hit boys musical killing! i it MALICIOUSWOODS Corner Atlantic Ave.. and Indian River Dr. In Ft. Pierce. Dial HO 1-3160 r
1SECTICIUESe I E talent through Herri but loving discipline The STringeTactics! of Extremism -"1945 70th Street JO"2-2300 Verp Beach
ton their fantastic successas ," by Hrry and Bonaro Overtired BURNINJ Offered to Florida Residents Only
: the numher- band in the The ,authors show how (
country for more than a genera the methods employed by the radio
; lam cal right threaten' both the security ---. - -
"The Hand. of Cantu." by Tom and the integrity of our nation
i, Lea. The novel I of sixteenth and suggest meats of combatting 1I.
century Mexico, telling of the radicahnr--whether of right or
AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY horseman In New Spain left t hat to a
greatest are appropriate
silo PtACHTKH INDUSTRIAL IIVO.CHAMBUE Don (.-nlu. and of what happen free people. : ,
I ,GEORGIA \when. an avaricious Spaniard infect The Word," by J.an-Pall! ; ::
his riding academy.. .with a' Sartre The first volume of Sartre j 1.'. ''r The 1965 Ford rides quieter : ,
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s account of his life the story I .
of hill childhood. He "hows how I 'J ,
1 from his early years to the present than a Rolls-Royce !
day his life has !been a continual '
Exclusive! Only at Kraus & Crane Appliances renewal and building on the past, ,
which must be rejected:I to enable

him to go on of to something" else' : Hard to believe? Maybe. but it's true. The Ford ride proved quieter in tests conducted -
} Corrnlors Power by C P.

l Snow Strangers The and ninth Brothers"novel in series the, by the world's leading acoustical consultants (Bolt, Beranek and Newman,

politician named
Roger story Qua ife who rises almost' Inc.), These tests were certified by the U. S. Auto Club. But come make your own
w the top of English solitic'. The I
novel provides! an inside view of test. And be ready for many other Ford surprises.
(he English political world and !
its manipulations when men of I

science brought, government together and to deal industryare with i And gives you luxurious new features like these. .

I the economics i issues of the nu ]
clear arms rice
"Day of the Guns by Mickey
; I Spillane. Tiger Mann, hard boiled .
counter espionage agent, recognizes
an English I girl working as
a translator at the UN as a formerNai I
I, spy he had once tangled with.
When buy Television/ Console III Ft Combination The Real Serendipitous Kill,"
you a or ''hy Hampton Stone, assistant D.A.
Jeremiah X. Gibson is an eyewitness t
to murder in the beatnik art
world of Greenwich Village Don
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...""""" """""" """""" 4-B THE STUART OTa.) NEWS .... I II I social Sunday, Dec. 20 at 7 p.m in the Crider with a party in honor About of Checks Mailed on I year.from Contributions the race track tax each fund count! i t ?;,I
Thursday December: 17. 1964 hall. Children and plll'enctof her eventy-third birthday. Race Track Fund the current fiscal period are {i
Hobe Sound NewsMRS. the church arc cordiall invited. entertained anda I -
I I thirty ladies were: 000 up over the same period lot st
,1 Mr. and Mr*. P. Beebe from i Rev. Franc Diction hat an. wonderful time was had by all. State Comptroller Ray E. Green year.
nursed that the Chrurtmae Eve
The Merriest Christmas Claverack. N. Y., haw been visiting Dec. announced that check for 5U,-
546-J911 worship service will be on A belated happy birthday t 0
with Mr. and Mrs Theodore Correspondent 000 from the race track tax fund Florida'
Early !
'industry smemorated
24 at 1 1 The service wiU include -
Orkmaa of Coconut Street I in ,. short p.m. and tome Mr. Ruth Kutz hone sister, have been mailed to each of the ; by e'Sugar Milt; R:,
Will Be In Your North Hobe Sound. Highlight of special a Christmas sermon ic. Everyone Mr Leo Peters and Mr Milford sixty-seven counties. Historic Memorial at New Sm,
mu Pa.,
i Weiner both of Reading received $11,000
their visit was a trip on the charter Little is invited. Each county na Beach.
League'Plans visited her recently and surprised I last -------
boat, "Blue Heron out 0 f for the comparable period
Riviera Beach. Mr. Grit i I The beautiful altar flower for her with a party. Attending were
Home A
Own Rhodes FOREST
beautiful big kinffUiwhich kmday't morning worship serves Mr EMelle Moore. Mr James
caught Meeting
he a tells us was forty-five ) weN given by Rev. and Mr*. Graham and on, Paul, Mrs Rob- pounds, eight and one-hatf ounces. fiRE STRIKES,
Geor.. Boat, in of their Level and IMO ry
memory Mr
intone long and weighed twentypounds. : art Kehiey He has some big brother who just
parenti. Mr Robert Hurst and daughter: boxing
3 BEDROOM. 2 BATHS LIVINGROOM i ForjanuaryHoward lote him and are planning a YOU
Kathy. match, which will take placeas

KITCHEN, DINING. .ROOM._. ... .......... $12,50000 I Way, Little League Cub] Scout Trips Many Hob Sound residentswere soon. as Dennis finishes hispeblum. i GET BURNED
Salon sa coach of Hobe Sound, has an. pleased at the opportunityto I
nounced that a meeting will bt PlannedThe say "hello again" to Rev Hand ------- ---- -
taking place tomctime during January Being for many year pastor! of the Hobe ,' '
.. 2 BEDROOM LIVING ROOM in Stuart, concerning con- Sound Community Church. Rev. :'
KITCHEN CARPORTS, tinued activities of the Little I 1 organizational set-up 0 fCJb Hand conducted services on Sunday Look 'l; .i ". f
of ;
SCREENED PORCH .... ..........-....... 59,85000 League here. Scout Pack 171 of Hobe morning and returned to the .i"" .. ,I
I a I This meeting i I. for coaches, Sound has been announced by home of Rev. and Mrs. Dickson for the 'J.I ''
and Interested: : ubmaster Howard Way. Edwin where he received many old friendsat 'l
M BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, Beauty I in helping out in any way. Mr. Johnson b assistant cubmantcr, an "open house.! A business sign {

: = i KiraiEN, TILE BATH .. .............. $6,99000 Way asks "can we get any helpin and treasurer is Carl Dykes. The The meeting discussion at the concerned church followed.buying sr
is !
getting the Peanut League and chairman of the committee f
and extra lots for the church.
I the Pony League started: here? Colonel William Campbell,
These Homes Ready ntorissioMAi "This," he explain "would take xnumittecmcn are Any and Dubber-John We are sorry to hear of the I Complete -
in all the boy from eight to fifteen Iy. Kenneth Huggins hospitalization of Mrs Marie Til-
p for Immediate Occupancy BEAUTY CAREVIRGINIA : years of age in the area from Mclean. The district representative ton and Paul Browning. Mr.
County Line Road to Poinciana U Robert Kelsey Browning is in St. Marys Hospital
Gardens." The Individual dens meet every in -West '
H A few of the player that he Wednesday afternoon and the Mrs. Tilton I i is rnaIFoPi; ce.Memorial Insurance HEAL ESTATE
B1 will be returning to the pack meeting in once a month onthe Hor.pitaLWelcome
hopes Real
fourth Tuesday, including both and
Bruce Finch,
Sam RhodesCONSTRUCTION KINNE Owner team Paul this Larson year James are McKinney, cubs and parents. home to Ted Chamber
i Operator Mike Graham, and Tommy Bark- The pack committee meets every i who has returned.from Mar. Estate .
tin Memorial
he imcr. first! Tuesday of the month. Tentative Hospital.Mr.
INC. FRANCES REDDISII plans for the cubs of this Service L ,
Please watch for the date of this and Mrs. William J. Deaton -
Stuart meeting which will be taking area include educational trips tothe of Atlantic Beach, Long Island,
P, O. Box 824, Jensen Beach, Ma. place in the I3POE ball. In Palm Beach Airport the Clew- N. Y., have returned to their homeon Developers of
Sale Office w 58 Commercial Now Featuring ston sugar mills, the Coast! Guard
i St. I addition any who feel 1 they Apollo Street for the season.! LIGHTHOUSE POINT
S Pedicures would like to ice the Little League station and Jupiter Lighthouse.
PHIL BAKER Sales and will give a band are The pack will also! be having, Christmas must be coming. Have z Florida's most outstanding
I Mgr.PHONE 'Relaxing Facials'OPEN asked vow to call Mr. Way at 546- hikes and picnics. However, the you noticed the tired look on the waterfront community
cuba are restricted from the overnight faces of the boys behind the counter -- r 1
287-4710 4 5408. hike enjoyed by the older of the local post! office?

EVENINGS 2874215GLASS '. )MONDAY CHURCH; ACTIVITIES !scouts: Den The 1 area includes is divided all of as Hobe follows Dr. L Woodbury, chairman of R'lV: JOHNSON I
Sunday the Chamber of Commerce's Welcome -
I The annual
Hills and the south end of the
school party of the Community I Is taken Station. committee, tells us ;
Hobe Sound -
; 304 OSCEOLA AT 7.0536 county proper INSURANCE
I 4 Presbyterian Church wilt be held hat the formal opening of the
in by Den 2: and the north in-
new station has been postponed
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Hobe Sound Shores, Pom-
tori ... eluding ciana Gardens, is absorbed b y but will take place soon after the I''
r. Den 3.Mrs. first of the year.A FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING, STUART I'I I
Jean Murfin, assisted by new Hobe Sound citizen is I'I
i I Mrs. R. W. HaymonJ, is the den ping to live with Mr. and Mrs U. S. HIGHWAY No. 1 287.3366MOBILE I'J
-Stock Reduction SaleM mot( er of Den 1. The den chief is legis Flagler. He is Dennis Allen __ ._ I
rankie Carr and cubs are: Buzz lazier and he weighs in at five =
M urfin Timm Dobbings, Jeff
Johnson, Bruce Johnson! Steve
: ,; Rather Sell at Cost Than Count!" aymond, David Snipes, Kim I
umphreys.. Randy Cavanaugh,
I : Prices Good Until Inventory, Dec, 31st and Bobby Dickson.
Den 2 has Mrs. Reba Dubher.e
C" Closed January 1st & 2nd assisted by Mrs Jean Dyes, as HOME
den mother, Den chief i is James
s McKinney and member cub are:
Jimmy Dubberly, Rory Comstock,
Gene Huggins and Michael Way.
I'' Membership of Den 3 i is Bruce
Paint Redi-Mixed Colors, MATERIAL Campbell, John McLean, Mike
Campbell, Pat Graham Jerry Graham -
t 99c gallon 29c quart 45 inches and 48 inches wide and Alan Schackmann. Presiding -
a* mother bear is Mrs. Betsy -

1\ : :: Cradle Caulk GUM ....._...............?......_.?................... 83c $1.95 A YARD MATERIAL NOW $}50 etta McLean Graham assisted and! by Mrs Mrs Louise Mary!

:: ; Slap Ladder 3-ft. chief .....!............,................... $3.50 w e Campbell." Mike Graham is den
$0.25... "flr
I. ,4. t. CW.f __.*..."_'?................ $4.70 $1.69 ATAHD MATEftrAC .JLT.! Ji:..r 2 W LAKESIDE_VILLAGE

t !: S-fl. Chief .........___.................... $5.90 $1.23 A YARD MATERIAL NOW 5100 MOBILE Recreation HOME hall of PARK the Lakeside

? ,Extension Laddara 18ft. .._.__.".?........._.. $21.10 Village Mobile Home Park has
I 75C been beautifully decorated for the

A : 20-ft.. ...-'"" ___................ $26.40 $1.00 A YARD MATERIAL NOW Christmas season, complete witha
,. big Christmas! tree and lights

I 24.,1. ..,_........................... $31.70 $1.00 A YARD LINING .>.;..> NOW 75c in A the covered hall on dish Tuesday supper was evening held

3Bft. ...*,,*.........?................. $50.40 All attending had a marvelous SAVE AND MORE
$160 $$1000 $$1100

40-ft. ....'................- $58.00 $2.00 YARD LIGHT PROOF LINING NOW time.New arrivals at Lakeside are ,
-.r. ..... Mr. and Mrs Goeldcnriu of Fork
4 8 lath Kool Seal Whit. wash Brush s.....?............... 29c ed River, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Michael // you were planning to buy a new mobile
I Ershock have also! decided
'3 Inch Easy Flow Brush ...?...?......?......................... $2.30 SAVE SAVE 10 make Lakeside Village their home at any time next year don't wait
home. They have moved here from
,,3Vf\ Inch Easy Flow Brush ... MMUn ww.:..-.._... $2.80 TillS COUPON \\ORTII Palm City.PERSONALS.
<4< Inch Easy Flow Brush !t"Y-........... ......... $3.35 15% .1

8' x 12' Plastic Drop Cloth .._. ....._.._............n..... 33c COUPON Mrs Paul Mahari and sister,
I Mrs Marlowe J. Skinner, traveled We LOADED!

'''' Staion Caulking Cartridge _.......................... 3 for 99c 15% o Miami recently and surprised are
: : their mother, Mrs Grover C

,- .: Roof Coating ................ 5 gaL $3.85 .....,,...... 1 gal. 95c DISCOUNT ON 1'I1ROW RUGS

t Roof Cement ...........?... S gaL $3.99 .........?.? 1 gaL 99c SAVE SAVE Authorized Dealer for

--- Crossland Hillcrest Star PresidentialAlso

i :

:. & GLAZING LUMBER & HARDWARE\ all famous makes of f

Cut To Size Furniture Tops Dexter Door Clout .. .... $3.95 NOW $1.99 CABANAS, SCREEN ROOMS AND AWNINGSHere

; 0' For Lasting Protection 6" Masonry Cutting Wh..l l ..... .. .. $2.05 are Some Typical Values

:. .: Full Length Door Mirror 16" x 68" Tru-Tempar Weed Cutler .... .. .. .... .. $1.97U. CrowJand Mobile! Home. 1964 model with front

As Low As $23.95 S. Mad Long Handl Shovel .... ._.... .. .. $2.05 LIBERAL nd RUT bedroom, one and one half bath SUe

Reflect The Beauty of Your Lone Onaa Al ChrUtmai I na-O-Matle Propane Fuel ........?.............. ._ .... $1.25 52 feet by 10 feet

I' ',Odd and End Cut Mirrors (Cn U) ..................... .. 89 I /," Rope 100-ft Colla ................. ... .............. only 97c TRADE-IN Reg. $6606 $5200.

Add Glamour to your bathroom with a baaullfu 1 I Extension Closat Rod ................ 30" to 48" S .95 This year-give
I Tub Enclosure .... ......... ... ....................... only $27.9SAVE 5 i 48" to 72" $1.25 For Your Old Brand New 1965 Model Ililkrest Mobile llom-
the gift of soundTo 57 feet beg by 10 feel wide. This .b-. two bedroom

!t KV.2 Bar Towel Rack ........................ $3.30 NOW $2.65 MOBILE HOME model
someone (In. your family

I SAVE KV DUapp.arlng Pan ........................... $4.45- NOW $3.50 hoM hearing u impaired, Reg.tmo $3650.
there U no gift more thoughtful,
THIS COUPON IS WORI'II Chrome Soap Dish ................................ $1.00 NOW $ .73 or more permanently apprecia
... FREE! 1 YEAR
led than a bearing uwtruraent. INSURANCEGIVEN
a. Tumbler ind Tooth Brush Holder M..._....... ..... $ .73 And giving b*o simple,*o per

: :: $5.00 COUPON $5.00 TolUt S.at ............. ..............?...... $3.50 NOW M.S9 eonawith lificitr for one all of 411'our part gift of CM the* I DURING THIS SALE

I ::.:. :- iii ON 16" K 68" DOOR MIRROR AS ADVERTISED IIlI Santa Claus 30" x 60" high .._.................. ... .. $S.9S instrument cort. ONLY 10% DOWNFor
... .. ...._.... ... $2.95 You can depend M M to prIde -
L SAVE SAVE Slightly Damaged Doors __......... a tcirntifio fitting with a
: All Your Needs
= see
ow ,,', I 50 Pieces 2" x 4" x 8' Long Studa ......... $ .40 acb modem, imronryskuow iadiidule.rinll. intra
merit wiled to the

j k.., Ar.. 500 Lineal Ft. 1" x 3" Cedar (little off grad) 102 L/F .... HAHT'S MOBILE
j 0 <\'. 2.000 Lineal Fat of 1" x 8" HOMESales

: :. t., Toaqua It Groove, No. 2 Pin ..................._. $90.00 N I 80 Pisces 2" x 6" #2 Pin 18 Long .. $1.60 acb i
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AIDCENTER Mon. thru Sat. 8 tun. to 9 pan
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: Complete Lumber and Building Materials Supply I House U. S. No. 1 AT THE SHOPPING CENTER

l to",'"' ; :, Route 707 in Rio "We Got It or We Get It" Phone AT 7-2700 7009 OW 0nRae.1.JJ66 Avenue Phone 2870670I

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STUART Florida) 1'EWSThunday | Wilson, pastor at f thtII It I I led
December 17, (964 5-B Church of Christ (tl ,
here ongrcgatiocal four Neighborhood A&P Now Features "Super-Right" Meat From

Palm City News-i I, Church News ) l THE NEW A& P MEAT PLANT


Telephone Correspondent 287-5582 I A Christmas program. and pam ; L Buy' "SlI >er-Rit>ht" Meats And Get What You Pay For Day-m & Day-out
for youth and intermediates will
be held at the church Dec. 22 at
p.m. ;' Y !
Garden Club Has A Christmas party for the primary .
department is to be held at -
the home of Mrs. Robert
Christmas PartyThirteen son Dec 22, from 2 to 4 p.m. la our new Jacksonville sled warehoutw. Incoming iuppllt, ofbeef YOU !MUST BE VTISFIFD! OR YOUR: MONEY REFUNDED.
"SlPIRRICIir' : ; QUALITY come only from constant or.
from the prim prodming arena of the ftIIdtlll sro cart-
ASSEMBLY Of COO Ihall why ASP malntaklIts own nputtaw, modem meal warehouw -
members of the Palm Rev Daniel reports several t'we fully Inspected and checked for quality by A&.". ow .ln.pcton. Here, under the watchful' eye of A&P expert! .U lh.
Garden Club
City home met at the churches of this denomination are In addition, a Federal meat Inspector b regularly stationed al meat destined for your family must pass Itt be clucked
of Mrs.
Vivian Kirlihart on collecting articles for the under .
rummage roiwtanl quality control. A&" can Ilien guarante tit* meal
Second Street, Dec. II for their sale sponsored by t h 11 the plant. Such quality control kwtirr A&P curfotnera of fine you buy guaranlt that w. will refund jour money V tot
annual Christmas
hart home was beautifully party The decorated Kirk.. church and out he of is the traveling county to to pick destinations ;.: lender CUB at our traditionally low prkta.t any reason }wi art sot completely sin .flyd.

in keeping with the Mason them up. Proceeds of these sales rBwrf.ll'mF: '1f'11iIJ'lr 1RrfiT'. m !'fW'i1ltlllnn.-mnt n.'fff.'H'.nl.J: .l ..Jr.r.4t. _
A business meeting was con. are used to pay a church debt.UNfI"ED .
ducted by the president. The club MMK-...; ._ """AH.IIIa.IJ-_!' '-'. _":"-" k k*--'M.At>*afm w'wwi /_, .w'''fVtIIIIII, .....

Children gave donations School to and the Retarded to Mr. CHRIST (Congregational rilLRCH: OF)) .\ GRADE "A" QL'ICK FROZEN YOUNGTURKEYS "

Ambler superintendent of parks, The Anna Laura Circle meets .. ,
in appreciation of his interest and Dec 16, ; at the homeof ,
work in the beautification of the Mrs. Maydelli: Moore for its i
surrounding area. Christmas party.

For the program, a poem entitled Both Junior and Senior Youth irS.r
"The Gift is Faith was given Fellowships l met Sunday afternoonfor J
by Mrs. Kirk hart and a reading, a cookout at the fireplace by I y 10 to 17 18 to 23
"Silly Sally Slithers' by Mrs. Elizabeth the river. Thirty- e were in attendance IbS.39 IbS.33
I er
Patterson. A flower game was Adults who joined them C C
played after which lunch was were Mr and Mrs. Gayle \Vil- i
served by the hostess, assisted! by hams, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Moore,
Mrs. Patterson, Mrs Inez PInney Rev and Mrs Wilson and Chap- SMALL .,-..-._._ :
and Mrs. Ruth Bost.School t. lain Peters.!
___. __ TURKEYS
u H S T ", Ln.
iicmy oyt unsct linn "as
redone the church directional PlAID
News signs in Old English: lettering and 9 Ihn. 45C Ib. \QG&bG
they are placed at the park, Ninth IM Br4MPS
and Cornell, and Ninth and Mc. A sewn. m.11|| ,....U.* |IM. *ll.r
Twelve I new children were IA. LIIin 43.1 In.A.wWI' _. ..
Cord. ; Ma.wn an''';i''IILM" T.rl.r inn Wlik" 1l C M 4 Frnkm .1
added to the attendance list last Marion Fisk Circle had a new r*un*.4 kv 4 Irtond.tA M 1)1.CAF
t.I"i: ....
week. < 1 4 lk.r.11 | IAew
member join last Wednesday, MrsEthel < ..1 ,.., .. Q INVENTo ,
Mrs. Ina Malone, fifth grade I Knudson Sewing and some I JVM. PVRklRO\rR; 2/3 FRUIT & NUTS _,',, r 1141M.irTur1.w.ry? ffI I ufnlr : ** $158
: ,:: rottin
: J" r.k .M..L.1stun. **.rll< jIU'
teacher, plans to spend the Christmas cleaning were done. This week a'J' ..... v* ,.! rl....Ir ..1r.. ..... ..
holidays at Oneonta, Ala. meeting will be a thorough clean wAlq. ....*!. Ilikl MMI **4 ..rhMiiki" C *4 | |? 0.0.1 I Ml* II IM
Meet Mrs. Virginia Wilson, teach [ FRUIT CAKE d till rs :::.I...Ad :: ::i"II All "tJ::::: swnrm
day at the church including .
ing .. ..
f.rkyV ...T"i ?.. ......_
er of the split section in our windows, floors and furniture. t .k M k .....-...-.- M .
........ ..' .... .... ,-,... -- -- --------- --
school Her maiden name, Mary It 4M*''I .. *M rw.r. An* I* .aIb
Virginia Sommers born in Som. Ib, / mmkf Ih..* ::.1:. .3.. Ik. mr r''.
PERSONALSBoyd $ $ .. .. ..... ,
5 399 3 289 Uv* "A! k** 4 rl
erset, Va. She attended schoolsin .. .ir ...
ring rIng T turk.r *> l ( Ikrt.l.
Honian, Richmond, Calif, > wim
Oordonsville, Va, graduating IIAiAnteaJrl .N, c_. ..,.., '.wi ......,r fIOe.lwt ,
and Mrs. Alma Krestrees, State ,
from Orange High School there.
She has had four years at Rad weeks College visiting, Pa., the have Waldo spent Homans several "SUPER-RIGHT" SHORT SHANK FULLY 14 to I8-lb. av. was Tkte Cm*** u4 STAMPS Pt kM ..fKH.ULAR r
ford College, Radford, Va., and t
They have taken in sights and or MKN1IIOL
holds a B.A. degree in education. tourist attractions in South Florida nholcSUPER.RIGIIT" s AlRll( II.ra,
r She has done graduate work at the visit fHampt:39 89c
Longwood College. Farmville, Va., during Cooked C or l half C \ can
I and Richmond Professional Institute Mrs. Margaret Vesey, Mrs. Jean : 49 n I:kl? I* Ml. ltlt44Wlik
Blacksburg, Va. Mrs. ,Wilson Lynaugh and Lisa of Lake Wales : lbe :
J. received her Christian education spent three days last week visiting __. _
at Lancaster Seminary, Lan. the John Moschclls."
caster, Va., and has fourteen yean
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Albritton TENDER 'VESTERNLamb
teaching having taught
Plant City, spent the weekend with
in Virginia, Maryland and Flori.I'
the Watts and all Ic- D
W R. family
da.She visited in Coral Gables. DU
j' is married to Rev. W. E. C STAMPS
Mr and Mrs. G. E. Snow andBeth Shoulder 1
nil COUBMI m4 Ik. PunkM* ( e
! BARBARA ANN LINDSEY Knight of Orlando, visited '
t I'HIS()>N\
the W 1. Dedncks and helped sJ .3 i 91'AINI AS 1tEFLP75c
; SECRETARIALSERVICE Susan celebrate her thirteenth
, birthday Dec. 10. H\/OR

a 287-4637 Memorial Hospital Sunday : .. ... .. .. .
Rev and Mrs. George Bost haw Lan b-.Chops', ..b. 49c U-A-M 5 djOfiQlKMtRKSl" Patties .... ... .,49cI ( .. :

returned from a visit: of several I :KNlA\l: V % O.7 RKSII I IIMI OK TilE WEEK
weeks with Chaplain Warren L .89cllmfl Ibo KING UMI citlra D

Va Boat En and route family:they in visited Virginia in Beach Char, ROb Chops .. canStPtRRIGIir ,RAM ............... ... Ib. 49c $rrp f

lotto N. c.. Surftido. S. C., and "II"CNI CAP-N JOHN'S rHI-MI: 8fAM\RI>
: : LEAN CtNltR CUT: .. ..
Jacksonville Beach 1 Wilt Ikl* C tad r.n.a. .1

J Ham Oysters t ...." .. .hiJ.n 99c (.01 1) SK.\L GLASS
Slices .... ,. 99cSUPIRRICIir
Mr. and Mrs. Myrlen Mead entertained BACONM5Special CAIN JOHN't tROLF.N IRIJVCII: IRItO V5C
Dec. II M'H\V can
I supper guests
jointly celebrating their fortieth PURE: JKKSII TURK Fish Sticks 3 ID-ue. $100 G sd lane 11. I>M, )to Mid ISlt4
anniversary and his sixty-fifth gpD
birthday. They received many Sausage 3 P!410o .._._
cards, flowers and good wishes -=0:=:::::=----
rL from a host! of friends. Guests for I'' :ar.r.xJ1Ir.r.Un..lIr.m..rlll'!! i ; ] ': :'
supper were: Mrs. Hattie Marvin, Sale! Mild & Mellow/ .
Joe Duds Lloyd Lipps, Mrs. Bar- ( ) 9 GOWtN: IU'E na\fl: 1'tAID
The ban Kozelka, Kir. and Mrv Leonard '
lovelie1bride i Mead and three children of EIGHT O'CLOCKCOFFEE .' -24' w I ,f., P fn'AMPI

Lake Park. .. 4 Bananas lb. 1 0 tats Tkl. .... M4 Ik... PunkaM. *l
$ k' Mr and Mrs. Clifford Van Ness, ''t .. ANN P\C.K
are r Bloomfield, N J.. wintering in mtoul'ilU' 4-.4.
house of the ,. CRISP, PASCAL: 43c
FleurdeLis- Tampa are guests "-. t' ('INNAMIN else
Btwood Lewises They are soon / 0 .... .. ..
/ 1 w n *W law DM II Ml |* 4
to become residents of Seagate 1.Ib. 3.lb. '

bridesComplete .tr Harbor. and and Mrs.are Philip planning Millard to build.Or bag 67c bug $199 Celery I stalk 10 ._...r.......___.........._.._'..._...-.J

n lando, were recent weekend guests tMB 1Nx11=MtMt.llSlil

Charles Link, Montclair, N. 1m .. FANCY. GOLULN
'visiting. (for several weeks with PIAIDSTAMPS ]
the Walter Horners Special! White House Sweet Corn 10 for 59c i N 25 P.

Consultation Service The Palm City Civic Orgamza- ss LA WMk. Tkl.. CwtwM ...| Ik. Pt,..kM a MANN
.. lion met Dec. 8 following a meet. EVAP MILK rRKMI IXRIIA H
In, of area fisherman and! F.C.D.
w Mcur.c.ti. official'; to discuss closing: of C 23 Strawberries 'a stir or "I!
49c 00C
pint nw
canal to fishing recreation. Sevnteen '
808 South 6th Street, 464-3882 : were present and regular ctn 13ll. oz. i! ..4 sill >..., DM lilt44WM
Abood Shopping Center I business affairs were taken c.re of 79 .. :
j of 6 tall cans C IIII..u"IlIIIIlllIlIfIEIICllIIlll1I11! iesKtnsu.a.te; -.ftt'ij.;
FORT R H. Reddick spent last week

4 nd m Fort tot yers. SPECIAL GREEN GIANT TEM>KR JANE '.'AKfM1M"K'' OH iii iiiiIiiiiiiii l

(, ,- Green Peas 2f I 39c Blueberry Pie 1.S49e, : : 25 PWD ....
e i
j JOHNS I FUNERAL HOME Tkto C_ ...d .. r...._ .. 11II1
Special e Niblets I Corn .2 ',1-01 e_" 35 c Spanish Bar '.'"fc S 29c !! GROUND' ANN PACK :':_:

it 44.
I u1I CH'S u.-uu GALA HARWICK, CIIOCOLA1K: ('j 'uuga unnJ e4. 25c !(
M tIoo4 ..., .... .....
Founded 1916 L <-...... Ann DM. It I. I'':
Paper Towels I rvII 33c Thin Mints 'it 39cL w tijRM'ORII
W'ekMd.. i t :._:_ :x.: :

l few Punch >lI'U1U'ORlUUN; : ftPUIALt: ... -:..:
IIKINZ: ... KOMItM\ In" al

Experienced personnel and 3Appe Gsrapeloo Bathroom Tissue 4 ....35c Dill Pickles J"' ;'w 35c 25&b1 PUIIInIICLUI"

facilities to accommodate e MAXHMX. IIOtSK I 1'Ib.. STAMPS

ALaL'U' .. No Me come CM. Ol7C was. TIME- .... rwk..* ..
families of all faiths UP f'Rur< ... BLUEBONNEr .1Ib. WOItIlUIOKE

tKKTAIL, .... _, .. tarn Z5 C wlllrrlI' U'kCA.I: ee. 33c rKNurTIlE s.a..
i MAILK M.VIirr 644. or PIIXMURV (1.-.IU: pig. 35c

'i "', MORUJL* peg. .*)c BirriMtMIIIC B1SCLIM (-... lUC :../ .... ..' sn le ... ........ .

PRU19 IN, Tilt AD GOOD THRU ULRVr. I Ut.C. l.t .r.-_.''::= :' :;===::= :::-:=-=
MP IROLL 4 (n -en. ... ., .1au .'.,.1 -.t
--: II DIET PEPSI Sara Only PblfSUmpt/ f
'. GREEN PEAS :? .GttFlaiClttFittir! 25 blJI :

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'DIAL TWO bedroom furnished Mouse WANTED: RespontiHIe! Pontiac, 4-door sedan. Radid TO boY: RABBITS. HIGH dry lot. on paved road with FOR SALE BY OWNER: Small Sale .. Beautiful lots on paved .

ATlantic with Florida Room Call 287- aged man for night shift : I and heater New battery 5 brand Any size, any kind, any number. access to Intracoastal Waterway. furnished house, suitable 3 or street m Sea View Terrace
7-1550 0902. If O5)( ) Responsible" man with plum"! "j whitewall tires Excellent con CALL 287-3300 tf (73)( ) Rocky Point Estates All lots 70 4, close-in! Zoning permits additional directly behind All Saints' Episcopal

to Plir" Your FAST SELLING- ability for day work Apply in I Call 287-3577 12.17 ((58)) by 110. from $995 up terms of rental unit $6500.00 Cash, Church, Jensen Beach, only
RIVERFRONT home with pool son, Rinker Flower Farm, IRISH Setter Puppies. The finest $25 down $25 a month. See Ralph firm. 287-6385 after 5:30. tf ((90)) $600, free title policy included.
LOW COST WANT AD and deep water dock. Seasonal Road. 12-17 ( ) cash offer for 1958 Super top show dog breeding crossed Hartman Jr., Realtor 110 East See Ralph Hartman Jr., Realtor,
or yearly Furnished or unfurnished Buick. Mechanically perfect. with excellent hunting strain. For Osccola Street Stuart, Florida. OPEN HOUSE Waterfront mod. 100 East Osceola Street Stuart
Option to buy Box 23, Stuart WAITRESS wanted for day I 546-4511.. Hohe. Sound. dedicated dog owners only. Phone Phone 2874600. tf ((90)) el home. 2 B.R., 2 bath, unusual Florida. Phone 2874600... tf ((90))
or call 2874)948.) tf ((35)) night shift. Only 1 12.17 ((58)) 746-4048 in Jupiter 12.17 (73)) kitchen and Informal area fully
NEWS WANT ADS t Heed apply( in person Poor !1UI1tJ1! III ..4. FOUR bedroom Watertront home, equipped and air conditioned. No. FOR Salt by Owner: 4 100 ft Waterfront
two bedroom rurntshed apart- Cocktail Lounge AlA I PLANTS ft SERVICES 75 Will trade for vacant land Write River Shores follow Preb)'. Church lots. High and dry.
RATE: Five cents per average pleat tot tent M Norm River Beach. tf ( ) ft SERVICES 63 Box 23. Stuart, Fla. tf ((90)) signs to site. Thomas Sylvester, Sacrifice at $29 a foot AT 7-
Shores $125 around. Contractor 287-5487 tf 2595. tf ((90))
liner-on monthly year Jr !!If --'-- Bfdg. (90))
( Call 2873547. tf (J5]) MEN and women wanted to OARD MOTORS REPAIRED VISIT Enders Nursery, White THREE bedroom home. Jensen
CAPITAL ). Words in ALL on flower farm Tyson's' have for all City For the unusual Christmas/ Beach-Skyline Drive area. 90' TWO bedroom lib bath frame HOUSE for tale two bedrooms.
LEtTtRS: except first WATERfRONTt! : MeW furnished ers Road Stuart We parts home. Furnished with electric distance from shopping -
Monterey makes. Can test' four coil gift-Blooming Poinsettian, roses, by ISO' lot. Will trade $4,600, equi Walking
word, count as two words ..acb.Whit4 efficiency apartments Fishing 12-24 ( ) : condenser, Ulmer Motors, Dial 1 izateas. Tropical l fruit flowering ty for land lots, etc. No cash Move and refrigerator. Lot 1W center Call 287-0260 or
above Pier. Week month season Sea Youf Friendly trees. Large variety of palms. needed. Take over payments.. Call by 100'. Good elevation Jalousie 87-2341. tf ((90))
below or 7-3355. Dodge
space or Gate. Villas at Lighthouse Point.P. PERSON wanted to serve 2870914. tf ((90)) rear porch Insulated ceiling. Good
rithift 'ad will be charged is &the O. 1531. tf ((35)) era In St Lucie County or tf ((63)) 12-24 ((75)) water Low axe 30-gallon ales STUART Harbor Estates Lot No.5,

Dumber of words (five) that could Beach County with Rawlcigtt NEW PLANTS Sprinkler; 150' Commercial Frontage on Jensen trio water heater Ideal vacation Highway No. 76 100x125., Wa
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Is printed in the blank line, or terfront. $2,500.()() Lou Bockert.
SMALL modern $15 investment ( Located
apartment ucts. No capital hull. Will landscaping, sod. Fastest Cutoff Road 200' deep. home. off main thorough
is'cents per line. wnt.'Close in. Inquire at TheSeven quired. Write Rawleigh, FA J 24' tap trake, hardtop outboard ing nursery in Martin County.grow Pelican $5,500 29% down. Call 287-254 fare. No existing mortgage. Owner 4940 N.E 27 Terr., Pompano
take inboard or .
DlsphyClataifled"tIII t on "C'c" Grocery Store, North Hi) Memphis, Tenn. 12.17 ( ) can install motor in power.your Nursery, Loop Road (S-76A), after 6 p.m. 12-17.(90)( ) will talk terms Only $6,500 Beach Fla. 399-0204. tf ((90)/ )
$pollcktlbn.) you
U.S. IM 20th Street. l tf ((35)) MAN to succeed Rawleigh ... time, you should see this Palm City. AT 7-1918. tf ( 73)) I FIVE-room stucco home with I THREE bedroom home. North
FOR Sale 380' commercial
these aril a1t\ rates ((01"" Ids IN Sidaft. One bedroom duplex er in E. Palm Beach Ideal for Inside or off-short L front : with a 28 by water.40- wood floors. Screened front River Shores. Pool. Large lot, well
brobght 6r mailed to The SfOaftNewt St Lucie Over 25 .hin,. Call West Palm Beach, TE Miscellaneous property landscaped! Quick possession Call
-beilMrtn. kitchen dinette, livIng County. I FOR SALE, 78 foot building (toilet, shower and porch. Refrigerator and new electric
with payment subscriber tt you areStuart a and Hath Furnished Call 287- red and car necessary' Can or 6551783. tf ((63)) _. 3 office space) On the St. Lucie Tappan range. This home I is 287-4845 or 287-3279 tf ((90))
News mail or are 5055. tf ((35)) $125 up per week from -< River P. O. Box 1906, Stuart located on 88' by 120' lot in Hobe
fasted, In the Stuart telephone directory Write Raleigh, FA L 581 SALE: Complete line of Sound Near churches and shopping. J U ..t....
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you cn place your ad by tel. FOR Rent: Rooms in private Memphis, Tenn. 12.17 ( ) Marine Supplies, Marine Paints, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSLowest Separate garage $8,000 with FOR SALE. Miscellaneous 178
hone, Dial ATlantic 7-1550 and home. for 619 Hardware-everything1 for NEW bedroom
Also garage rent. two home on land only $1.500 down.INTRACOASTMfrontaae.
lay'"1 want to place a want-ad." CURB GIRL WANTED: boat. Whiticar Boat Works, Prices in Florida IlIll
East Fifth Street. Stuart. tf ((35)) I scaped lot. Tile bath, large living !
in person-A & W Root Sewall. tf ((63)) room $10,100 Hawthorne good
,' AVAILABLE NOW Attractive Drive In, U. S. No. I, GUITARS DRUMS. PIANOS Avenue, Golden Gate. 287-4678 speculation, thirty-acre tract WE'VE COT THE
CBS efficiency cottage ia Rio. Stuart 12.24 ( ) SPORTFISHERMAN Late ORGANS I. 12-24 ((90)) with 660' of 'intracoastal frontage
dive your mail I address as Modern, clean, all-electric In quiet Model Fly. Bridge dual con- EASY TERMS partially cleared Priced at only r IWNALt'Ir
well U your telephone number neighborhood five minutes from WAITRESS and woman twin 185'1 loaded with FOR Sale Furnished duplex 52.000 per acre.
In your want-ad. The Stuart Stuart or Jensen Beach and closeto wanted for pm shift. original cost $11,000 I MORITZ PIANO CO. Jensen. One side rented permanently -
Newt h a. hundreds of docking facilities. Phone 287. tmf and Restaurant Phone at about halt price can 112 No. 5th Street other for season.! Good FOR these arid other sound investments .

out-of-itate subscribers b 2583 after 5 pm, or write B. J, 970. 12-17 ( ) 2873622. tf, ((63)) I Ft Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-4747 income Reasonable! price. Phone see Del-Mar Realty, CASA RIO
..are ybur best possible pros- Abbott Star Route, Jensen Beach -.A tf(78)( ) Stuart 287.2194 after 500: pm Hobe Sound. 546-5295 12.17 ((90)) BOAT ft MOTOR SALES Inc.I4 .

poets tot real estate tales and tf ((35)) EMPLOYMENT WANTED '! Johnson Dealer or write Chas. Pryer, 1340 Otter ...... TOT ftl. AT T-M44
rentals, boats, help Wanted, Complete Sales, Service, Parts TRUSSES t St. Franklin. Pa. tf ((90) CBS three bedroom house Enclosed U rims
gardening, trdlcrae and urn COTTAGES for rent. Clean and 11"--' ..III. selection of dependable Used elastic stockings, carport could he used asa
Ices comfortable: $100. 287-0902. FIFTEEN yean small office Expert Factory-Trained knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart FOR Sale: Commercial lot 331 garage Patio. Den. Nice lawn .
tf ((35)) keeping experience (B u i II I d le, CASH RIO BOAT & I Drug Corp.! tf (78)) Osceola Street. Six rooms, unfurnished Furnished 11900. 287-1746. ---
Havt letter of SALES Inc. 440 Rt.707 frame house fair tf ((90))
COW Manure I 1H
REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONSt THREE bedroom cottage. Swimming Part time or full time Rio, AT 7-0944. tf ((63)) 2 $1 IS. Full yards, $12. dition. Any Stuart realtor tf con-I) W.IW;
pool.\ Week, month, or sea- I yards? 8-yard load
disMay on. 287-4133... tf ((35)) resident AT 7-0570. tf ( ) $42. Also Trash hauled, $8 load TWO bedroom, 1 IVi bath like SERVICES
(Numbers over 100 refer to Lyman Islander Boat OFFERED, Mbc. 171
Call 287.1700. tf (78)) CBS house on 2 acres high land. OPPORTUNITYroom
classified ads, which appear FOR Rent: Two office buildings OPPORTUNITIES 65 horsepower Universal motor I Citrus trees Owner transferred II DO JI: ..A t.-
after the end of the smaller ads, in choice altos In Jensen Beach BUSINESS new top and side curtains. This HUSBANDS, if
you want something Call 287.1308 evenings. 12.10(90)( )
Z bedroom CBS home
Numerical order. B< sure to look Inquire at Seymour't Inn. tf ((35)) is clean throughout T. H different for wife
I{I fa both Iac...) I am looking for someone to Fishnhol 12-17 ((63)() ) for Christmas and she your likes cut I CHOICE waterfront lot In North LAW'SMOVING and utility building. Landscaped.

TWO bedroom house Unfurnished over my food-processing' 'glass, lamps, vases' dishes and so River Shores Private owner will Insulated Florida. room.
*OR RENT 3S-13StR or partly furnished. See or nest, Pay :it out of your : \ II Boat 35 horsepower Ev- forth that are pretty, come pick sacrifice for cash. Call 2870863tf Awnings", carport, cement drive,

| RENT OR SALE 38-138 call John Otecn Phone 287-2092 tf ((35)) !ings. 'Phone 464-4388. 12.17 ) Inrude, $800.motor Phone trailer 546-3X41 electric :out her gift from Panaro's Antiques ((90)) & STORAGE FrosftaM refrigerator freezer, f fair

WANTED TO RENT 40-140 aet 1 5:00: p.m. 12-17(63)( ) i Route 714 Palm City 100 Penna-Ohio resort lots left. conditioner, water softener. i

''t HELP WANTED 43-143 FOR Rent: Seasonal.! Five room LOSFft POUND I II .....,...,., 'UI1P\I 12-24 (78)( ) Private lake. All or part. Will 500 S. FLACLER, STUART Low County taxes. 10 minutes
Employment Waited 48-141ftoslneM furnished home with nice yard. trade for Florida Property. 2874578 Local and long distance movInn. lo Stuart. Selling for medical
_.. .. SERVICES -It
OppnttunWte. BO-ISO Call 546-3200. 12-31 I ((35)) h. .A. 68 12-17(90)( ) Packing, crating and ihrp reasons. $1,000 less than cost
CARD Case lost containing L .... FOR RENT 135 t
tOST ft FOUND 53-153 ROCKY Point1: One! bedroom du en license and other I t>.t. .w tnaeMnwaaesaaaivw) I .,, .. "'_ "rw"" PMR: .. .- -Appointment' .
fOIOOLS 54-154 plex. Kitchen, dinette \living Contact W. H. Trailer ((50x'10)) ) complex FOR RENT 135 WAREHOUSE STORAGE
SPECIAL NOTICES 55-155 bath Furnished. Electric heat.Dock Mil!) South Dixie GOOD with awnings and patio furnI- ... Ph. DIAL 287-4125
Call 287-1041 or etc Call( Samuel( Sheldon 1IIIfZC! w-t s 2870878tf It.l
space. WARD. (12-17 ( ) tern 1I-1T
USED: CASts 58-158 Trailer Park Stuart. Fla )
write P. O Bon 177, Port Salerno 1)taranumu
NEW CARS 60-16' Fof season only. Not<< pets. 12.1 7H( ) 2-18 ((68)) .
63 163 "; SCHOOLS o .u wLawaesnsa' trsasYraarmtsl 1
FOUR acres and new office building lot for sate. Immedi 1 '
miles South
on U. S. No. I I. 2 ate possession Ready Mr move
Offend, Misc. '71-171 of Stuart Will lease all or part on FAST COAST COLltOE(58)U. For information 'trite/ Box p! II' '.' ""r .a...:.- --- err 1M": _, <_\ .."' "all

PETS ft LIVESTOCK: 73-173 percentage basis, or build for reliable TRAINS YOU QUICKER o Stuart News._1 12-24_ J68)( !!)

PLANTS SERVICES 75-17J : t tenant 287-4578.. 12.17(35)( ) ONLY BUSINESS ON ,, .
"" ENROLL TODAYEast 8x35! trailer for rent In Sunshine r..ot. _:rn
for Sale, MlMeUwMoiM 78-178Waftte4 ONE ;bedroom efficiency apart. : Coast t College Mobil Manor, 3 miles south THE ST. LUCIE : i -. ._ -E;-gr ,. if
T* toy (MM.) 81-111 tent How ranting for month or Fort Pierce, FlorWa Stuart Reasonebl U ((68)) 'iv) !"'" 'L U -- __ 1.f ."

MOVING A STORAGE 84-184 season. All electric I kitchen. Linenand Telephone 4613586SPICIVL ATLANTIC One and two-room efficiencies.Spaclont ,
teal Estate For Sal l 90-190 utilities.( On boat basin near tf ( ) by 10' Vagabond. Excellent!! I l 1i ., .. 4I -. ..
town Phone 1874306. 12-17 ((35)) condition. Reasonable. Sunshine shaded ground t
teat Estate WaoleJ 06196IlutglNhlr .t..4 Manor'. U. S. I three miles Parking Lot. Boat Dock.
TWO: bedroom furnished apart.f : NOTICES Of Stuart Telephone 287- ft! BAIf OCIBAN ftOVtCTAKD
.' Ll srtog f lent North River Shore. An. areas?. FLORIDABOCSRKKErlNO Sbuffleboard. TV and Lounge I MI/ .M
2873547 I 1 12.17 ((68)) ; ,
35 nual of teuton. Call: or AP4RTMBXTSt .
RENT Week Month Year "
2870440. 12-17 ((35)) ALCOHOLICS MOUMt ATHUvrrLCBonan '
for sale 8' by 41' with I .
l .l meet at 8:30: p,m. every Cot OTOOaaSOCASLF .
in.. Extra clean. Located at Ut !ST. LUCRE CRESCENT .
for East tnj ofHces downtown JENSEN Ono bedroom Beach -modern For Winter housekeeping .- nestlay at the Community For Park. Ready for occu- TT LOl'NOBMMtkly MATE STUART, FLORID ,j1'.t,.. _, r :. : .--
sire.Write Jensen Beach!
Ooeaft Any Well 1 located Reasonable $1,800. Phone 546-5541. ........ 287-9812
A. P. Krueger, 1170 B. cottage Phone AT 73332.. tf ( ) 12-24 ((68)) M TMrtyw. Telephone ENTHUSIA is growing by /leaps and
Call 2871949. 12-17(35)( ) '
Ocean Blvd. Phone n7- 420. T. FACET, Mgr. F. E. WOOD, Manager bounds live in the Town
FOIl Individual Care and ; ..._ P\1I1IIlCII! u scat( ) to beautiful
U ((35)) PLKASANT upper apnrtment lion child to DUI AT t-erw tt till
bring your \ OFFERED Mbc. 71
of only five
One bedroom, Florida porch school. Air ,
two C.B.S. Home. All Schung't nursery -Jllftib.C.: \1111100 vaasaasss-arsawersa
Seasonal' or yearly No children 1 ; the beaches and Inlet
electric equipped Furnished ditioned and heated. Fenced minutes to only
or leI'. Close In on water 57 : SEPTIC TANk SERV EXPECTING COMPANY?
(' area. Centrally located.
$' ( children and No pets. Call minutes the and
287-0837 'tf ((3.5) to golf course town. Be.
81 r -J7)3r 653 Bryant Avenue, Scminole. 287-0771, _tf ( ) ICE. Septic tanks vacuum clean- WONDER WHERE YOITRE GOING TO BED THEM! DOWN

Stuart U ((3.5)) ATTRACTIV6; two bed roam sr-rr; tiny rental for 'and resetted.and Maid.Also FAST drain SERV-fields Can U sad slop worrying'!! Reasonable rates and eat atmonphere tween the St. Lucie River and the Indian

LARGE CBS efficiency for rent;; house.! Unfurnished. "roam! corner. $80 from monthly library Carpet Shampooer wtih Dial 287.2820 or 287-0266. that will imp am an but your ewe River, high elevation. As Mr. Kiplinger

Utilities! and linens. Included. Contact Arthur Ruhnke 612 chase' of Blue Lustre. tf (71) CALL MARIE KIRK, MANAGER predicts Sewairs Point the choice rest.
I leighlon Furniture ( )
Seasonal. Call 2 7-4885. tf ((3.5)I'LtJSH ) I
Now Available for Your Comfort!
Colorado. 12.11 ((35)) Sleeping
a1a1.... \ small Bulldozer, Tractor, deiitial area of Stuart! Let us show you.
; professional offices and .t.a. -4 1 rr U. USED CARS ft TRUCKS Mower and Disc. Will clear lots, Niagara Cyclo-MwMg tI hi Our Beds.

store space available In choice FOR RENT OR SAy ? 38 trees. Fence posts and piUnr 1. HIGH POINT at the tip end of Sewairi Point when ;
spot in heart of Stuart first and J. sale. Lawton Wall Phone AT Southwind Motel
Dthon 11.1 the Si. Lucie and Indian Riven meet Inside lots startat
second floors, Arthur tf (71))
MUTT Sacrifice: 1965
Building. Can be made as plush TWO BEDROOM HOUSE, ST. : Silver smoke grey, V-8 ( v... NO. 1 STUART TELEPHONE: 2874)773M ) $6,000. Waterfront lots, almost V) acre, $14,000. For

e 4 you want them. VERY reasonable LUCK LOCKS. CALL 281- 287-5246 after 3 pm. 11." ( ) Y COOKE'S Septic Tank Serve (1111) the dbcrlmlnalntt Now h the lime for your selection.
rental rates. For keys, See 3649. U ((38)) I ice. Cleaning and repairing. Also .
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Mist Alice Dchon 224 Seminole 1956 CaJill.-*, Four-door.; i fields repaired and re-laid.. :: ..r.-. 2. Lt( INDIA 1IrHtIf'.11/3. 'homnites, showplace
Street Stuart or phone 287..5101. FURNISHED FLUME for rent. power good tires.. $225. % AT 7-0651 .AT 7-9862. tf(71)) _.DI.I; ,"_ _" '_ III..r_ _etas.ah eeswiw In tropical trees and foliage a subdivision of the former
12.31 ((3.5)f ) Lease with option to purchase.! 6416. 12-24 ( ) HUP WANTED 143 Carnegie estate Prices range from $3,800 to ",300, withleriitN.

Season. or yearly leass.I Owner ZT.O Tile and Marble.W .. .. .
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w'Ae asa
1957 taa "
MIGHT price to right people. Unfurnished would take land as down paymentand Ford." Four-door station H. Wagner Co, AT 7-4880
lower apartment in carry mortgage on balance. If ".n. Air, power Rack AT '.16'14. tfrrn I X llom_lles .fa IIOMEUOOD, EM A RITA, and_ MIRAMAR.
riivat home Unpretentious butClean. parties wish to buy Locatedon hitch. 235. 287-6416 12-24 ( ) BOOKKEEPER
Quiet neighborhood neftrJrl Beautiful Saint Lucie River Studs. DISCING ROTOYAT11' Thoroughly cxncf 4. ARtmPELAGO unique Wand Uv...
and library W)4 Styr mann. 150-foot water frontage with boat 1V6I sports ? O. CALL 287-1798, fenced in all phases of machine posting,
287.6396. 12-17 (35)jyntic slip. Yard 159 1 br 450 and cared two t tops, new tir.t. sn s 12-17: ((71)() 5. ST. LICIE RIVERFRONT: HO VIE.:"2 Bedroom., 170 feel
for by parties year round. House offer 287-6416. 12.24 ( ) balancing and statements of condition. oa the water when the river Is wide. Natural coral rock

A' has three :bedrooms. (twin beds). 1963 Ford Country Squire. : Gifts, Crafts Straw Permanent position with pleasant sur shortlBM, high elevation F-nmigh.: land to drtlde. $31,000.

Very beautiful Large dining FM radio full power, air Bags, Hats, Cement Patio Shop, LARCE WATERFRONT
room with I solid cherry dining ditioning.. l Puncture proof tiret Candy, fruit Shippers. roundings. Salary open. t. ESTATE HOME, selling for a
.! 'real I worth.
room suite. Large spacious living cry accessory. 54<'v-5yit| Box ,,: ,.,. Closed Sundays Hwy frartJuw Its Clmlcal totMtrr charm _
room with fireplace. Modern kitchen. Hobe Sound. 12-17 ( ) I I. Hobo Sound. 546-5373. REPLY. BOX C trarlou Using fn'P bom*. $75,000. Write
This house i is suitable for two tf ((71)) eoSTURTNE!' "'S for broc...*.
couples (adults only) Season rates 19'9 Oldsmobile8.! -H ;
thru $1,800, Year roundrates Hardtop Power steering, ( MtNT and T1R8 12-11 ((143)) 7. BEAUTIFUL RI>'IR FRONT" HOME, 8 room Content.porary. .

:34800.< phone for appointment radio, heater Deluxe Interior BALANCING with Bear Equip. designed stead path end swot 2JS feet onM.

to see anytime Mr. Under Iwlts Many extrav Excellent try trained mechanics pay --- ---- .. Lm-k River wkh dock awl slip. 3*. .ma, with cHnt
wood 2R7-28K9 or 2876368. I dition. Original Owner 217. Itself (1ft tire wear. We have the !Pm ruse Owmrr built 5 years old. Due to **ltUnt an estate
have several other furnished homes, 12-17 ( ) knd men. Your frieftd- USED CARS 158 .M hi pelted al H Its oritmal cost
that for tale and owned by dealer ULMERMO-
tllltnVI; Dodge r IILJJl
) Austin
I960 I
me. tf -((38)) gine overhauled< new paint Sr Dial At 7-335J. tt ((71)) TRlbE E. i olINrlt

EVERGtEN Park, lobe Sound; excellent condition Price $ Household roods I* 1963 Chevrolet Impala 8 Automatic.P.S. .
New 2 BR Furnished Home. Ransom TUton, 2X7-1411 or Ii' 1 R. LOCKHART BOIL'S ER Rrakor
tomobik. boats anythiaa.( See ., P.B., Air Cond.! Elec. Windows and
Will lease 1 1490. 12.17
give (adults only) Phone )
low at 300. Large ANITA T tt\tn ON, AswrirrteLOCKHART
I for appointment Mr. Hitler!. 1963 Pontiac. Excellent condi .. buildings. Golden Gate Stor Scat. Cruise Control. Fog Lights

546-5333. If (38)) Full power including: .. A1A. three miles South of ME h HELP CLSTOMIRS: ARRANGE BANK FINANCING:'

I 0111>.- air. Price greatly reduced. I"" 2 I,..%01. tf ((71)) "', per ca h for good me* cane 195 I* l*..4 mmlrfc sxrtfX
WANTED 10 RENT 40 287-3020 during day and
I N)9) after 3X: >. H-24 ( ) Brlg* StrattoM, REALTY
7-1550 C l III l ton and. LausM AIR HARLESS MOTORS
pw WANTED lo Rent House leader I960 Ford GSUUM 500 ENGINES to ttock god
' 11... N.. 1 ACROSS FROM CREMKJUND BUS STATION StWAlt *0 tho modern. 40 foot or larger I bk. .J,1nuo"e with; white' and men who know bow 'Mthem.
;.-t:: J&r for about 1 months after Jan. In. Power. :' i it UUIER MOTORS TELEPHONE 1I1. l5t
_.\,1 George Kysetn, Carson lowt Itrrt.! A teal bargain at $845. D.al AT 7-3355, Yew.Prtet*. !IN't 058) ta-It luau

i ;11-I xsk 12-31 ((40)) HMSJJ, 1..17 ( ) 1 Dod> Dealer. tf (71}


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ESTATE FOR SUE c.'nrruClk4'1 nJasII. Welfare Aid to I TIll STUART (:I r'r T) "''T'tC9 r::::: T T' r 1" 1964 h.BL
90 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE fOlL. hwA a J'IICOru-l\rtaking m.. I _. .. .- -
.. 560 fcMc unite m France hat. 842 Was $24,248 -

R 4 acres of Jand wall old FURMSHfcD WATERFRONT LARGE waterfront lot Sec I I. >ear Rfv. Paul M. Caasen.. chairman L -- .. II i ij
-feme house set in midst of HOME with beheaded Shore $6. .... ephM .
water Nor* RJnf is grove Located in the City front and protected boat docking 500.(XX CJSh or term. M. P Nel lit-il", t'tllllpplns whew in pat .e1 be State Depurtmem of Puhln.
mart very close to the new facilities CBS 2 bedrooms. 2 bains son. Realtor. 32* E. Ocean Blvd. capsule through oil pipelines' along i Welfare reported that in Martin
,'ls 11, MOO 00 Tem Rol. screened patio natural wood 287-1566. 12.17 ((90)) with the oil. County IM2 I
|Ci I-ueder. Realtor 729: Cob I burnwg brepltce, heat. electric I pt'ftt1II.rc existedn .
gas the fete ca eg riea; of public atistance <
Ave Stuart. 12-17 ((90)tRFS ) kkehen equipment includes .4- in Novcm"a" total
dishw*..h '. Beautiful corner lot RBAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 of $24:48MaMm .
; with 1
bedroom 2 with drewW. drive.
Carport and .
OIIIatv ntcj
it iih WATERFRONT dock, 2-car HOME. utility roam $26.500.00. Terms. '';'Jra % Dwtrlct. H)) Welfarl. Hoard

k.,house: ,12 acres of garage thin land andhouse no financing costs Roland G. ,'1 c.1.'CII..IC'I'IIM.'I'ft.1..lc.. .KKKKKKKK Mt"C'I"f" It ivfn. Bather Fej k>n aad Mrs. j .
Luedcr ,
Realtor 729 Colorado arlM R (,MIll... of Stuart ,
hied! In young citrus. price Av... Stuart. 12-17 (90) iW I
.1x10.I Estate Mike Broker Lecher 6 mile Registered West' i oK Victim of alcoholism, often ex I II
SACRIFICE due to ill health. Spacious M i perience hlackomta-eompki.1 loss
Mart on Route 76 Route I I.SbJ. I. modern home. North I.J! t.
of for
!memory or das ittune
telephone 281.18H.
Beach Fort Pierce Four bed 0 a .
rings 2873405. 12.24 ((90)) rooms 2 baths TV room, living i
room, dining room, kitchen. Mr I tgtls_: a i._ :::; I II
ER 12 acres of high land In. and utiftry. Central heat and ail. REAL JSfATE: FOR SUE 190 I rr I
Eluding MO' riverfront.
Large Sundeck
Q ver two-car carport. ,
I |0-room frame home S bed- Two years old Call 41i 1.52"t I, Fort ssssss.seerusrlsa.r'! "IIIIMtnmg
I :
ms!. 2-car garage and workshop. Pierce. 12.11 ((90)) :: 1
l ds a bit of "Handy man" work ----- rr--t----- I III
I e. An excellent: buy at $20- VACANT Waterfront zoned commercial \ J RF\LTOJi .
1))1.00. 29rr down and no fmanc- in Stuart 100' It I". ) 01ellg 11111 II .. \
( charges Roland r'' O, Lander, Good buy at only $9500.00, Terms. onand JIlfIIIII \ ... I
iltor' 729 Colorado Axe. Stu- M. P Nelson, Realtor, 325 E: I Company :
12.17 ((90)) Ocean Blvd, 287-3566 12.17(90)( I I.ice-. ; ". ..
I 900 Colorado Ave, (across' from lat Nalioiul Bank I .

OOM frame house must be ATTRACTIVE two bedroom AT 1.2500 AT 7-3280 a 1-- J,
[moved. No reasonable offer re- convenient location at 813 E. r q,, .
d. See at 71 W. 2nd St. Stu- I 5th Street. $8,900 Low down pay I II lr. By M. P. Nelson 1i i=: ii
across from Bus Station or I ment. Term. Contact owner; Arthur its i Editor A Publisher
phone 2872496. 12-17 ((90)) Ruhnkr, t2| Colorado. I "fWRlIlRUL I- ,. .
I' 12 17 ((90) ESTVTK 1 RENDS '
FRONTAGE. I ((7lh Year of PuMlcttUo. ) I
[ l Appro 180'road IDEAL RETIREMENT HOME: ______
I frontage with i average I Two .bedroom furnished on .
[pth of 176'. Level and cleared court. Jcnten Beach Best(rirpa private Choice Waterfront Property Art Exhihit ..,
Jkl, close to Stuart 29% down. construction for better health. .....'
DO YOU UKK Florid landscape !
Ii 1000000. Roland (}. Lueder, Charmingly different with l new
p9 Colorado Ave., Stuart. I tarpctmg, reverse cycle air conditioning l paintings There i is something .,), "
I 12-17 ((90)) I enclosed patio for sun bathing Owner Will Sacrifice shout the beautiful seascape .
newly decorated. Must sell I paintings a symphonyof 'I 1I
USTOM BUILT HOME WITH color cornUnattons/ of sand
within 60 days. Cost over $12,000 ,
BASEMENT CBS 2 bedrooms, Will lake $9. OO. $5,000 down. Less 200 FT. ON ROAD ST LUGIR I surf white, clouds: and Hue sky. '
baths, air conditioned, lovely for all cash Phone 287-6093 or How atvut a tranquil moonlit x .
i hit i e terrazzo floors, Florida write Box 1827. Stuart. tf ((90)) r'.v.?
lorn, awning windows and alum seems of the Indian River, or a II
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Iwnings. Paved parking area, en- JENSEN Beach 2 large bedrooms, With Seawall IIIII"yr plilhi trees thin,"". ,ing ., .
Jioscd garage laundry room. Ac- living toom with fireplace dinIng In the breezes of the trade
ass to large boat dock and wa- room opens onto porch, tile Property has depth of 484 ft. M mds?
r. $17.99000 Roland O. Lucdr bath, vanity, 10x20( utility room, I II 1III.SE and many more, origi-
| Realtor, 729:! Colorado Ave, 2-car carport concrete drive, landscaped Within City Limits of Stuart mil oil paintings by talented "I Indian
Ituart. 12.17 (90)) underground sprinklers: Riverland" artists are pow. i
Walking distance to stores, dock I on exhibit at our offices j
XCELLENT location for your privilege Will consider mobile OF (' )L'ILSE' ,there is no obligation "
future home. Corner of 6th St. home down. Phone Owpcr AT 7. Nice Rambling Frame. Home and Cottage v
nd Cortez Stypmann s/d: Lot 2058.: 1M7 ((90)) jusi time and browse
00' J K 130', try offer of $120000 Beautiful ,,Lawns Trees and Shrubs around don ho offended if8e r.
ee M. P Nelson Realtor,' 325 FOR Sale!Two Iota Golden Gate don't 1II1'1k'c11'1' a convert-
Ocean Blvd.. 287.3566. Block 110, Lots 37 and 39 Make tion because most of the tune .
11.17 ((90)) offer. Arthur Henry 8321 Va. : we are quite busy A NI.W IKOSI UARMNG: service called: FrcvM Profile Analysis Is being offered ID all Florida ,.
Ave., Birmingham, Ala. See Your Broker or Phone Owner
MERRY Christmas Move into ser 12-17 ((90)) OUR IMKRISTIN ARIt citrus, flower and farming' Intercsin by Minute Maid Cirovcs Corporation In ''''cooperation with Colnnhi4 .''r. l
this two bedroom, one bath, Maybe It's nut so InckKnlul: \ BroiidcuHting Sytfon( 1 millions In Florida Earl: \ Weathcrinyton In shown ulwve .aiuking a reading
lahama Terrace. Corner lot, gas CBS two bedroom'one bath. Carports I It' You see, WI do like the !better from one of the government: thcrnumiolirs which/ will be used in the Krvke.
I eat, city water cement tile roof, screened patio air-condi. AT 7-2607 AT 7-3232 things our clients do too
'atio. Reduced to $12,800. Reasonable turning and breakfast bar. Well We've "been known to give thew New /Warning System for :III Growers
down payment. Save $$. landscaped $9,900. 219 Harrison (ire. client. 1N1I IMMNNI NM
paintings to
M P. Nelson Realtor 325 e. Ave., Coral Gardens:Stuart. Call away our :
)eean Blvd. 287-3566 12.17 (90)) 27-6552. tf (90)) IS Mils ANY WAY to run areal
IE lit. .!estate business? III ray II Minute Maid Groves Frost Service I


10 ACRES 660 Ft.. FRONTAGE If you like waterfront property, I ,
I II you will like this site In Port file l I : ;
on newly paved state highway 196512'10'R8'Wide Sewall on! ton of a bill 30'( above for' ( I ;

MARTIN COUNTY I sea level overlooking a beautiful und ) ,
lie .
ONLY $350 per acre ONLY .- homes hike and In nice the surroundings area front | C the' I I : : : ') l

OUR BEST BUY MOBILE HOMES SU.OOO and' up. This lot has i I ls)\ l ) I ( l
129 frontage protected area i I AM I I
CATTLE RANCH for your, boat minutes from 1 I
The Largest Selection at Quality Mobile Horn** In The Stale i .
II i the ocean inlet only 51 11,7V(). '
of Florid at Pikes We Pare lou to I
I I Compare"Dealers !
1200 Acres with County Road Frontage WAmtlKONT IfOMK: was
$110.00 acre I For i I ONLY $13.100I I W I : : ;: r 1
per licit I, 'Is" i modem 2 !bedroom! M

HOMESSTARTTIIE I FORTUNEVIIITLEY I home nn a waterway In Vigils, ,, dent :" .
VINDALE VILLAGER I Harbor nice view if )ou
NEW YEAR In Ihb Immaculate home Almost can use a two bedroom home I ; | !
New Beautifully Landscaped Two Bedrooms Nice DELMAR JEFRI with a carport and! Ilk. to dockyour I :
living & Florida Rooms ONLY $11,000. MONTEREY CONCORD i bout in your own buck- : r l ,

IN A SETTING OF PRESTIGE HOMES! In North River Short MIRIMAR CHAMPION yard, .this is III!. No closing I Cast: '
llomt. Ifs Furnihhed COM terms will (
You will enjoy living in thia Delightful '
too _' Two Large Bedroom* .- 12' I 13' Dtataf ROOM AMERICAN MANATEE SEE OUR photo. liming of ever |I will ::::: : :: : ,
10' iV\ Sliding Doors to Screened Porch Underground fHCRESTVOLVERIN fifty homes.SIORIIMGL9 : "
Sprinklers $22.590. $5.000 .: : ,
HOW ABOUT TI1I"TFor only $7,000 In Rio100' I 10"' $100,000)( ()( available through private I '''( ,

Lot Three Bedroom, I'urnMwd" Han a Replace I Shop to compare quality and price but 1 I funds loam on rmxl- Ices, : / ; : ; !
gages l lit' or 2nd. Vacant land end
Better Hurry! before you buy see us we're volume real e uie. of I : '
dealers cant be beat.
SEE our prices I pe"".

NORTH RIVER SHORES : >'Ut our aO new MuUle.. Home Furniture Stare when. yoer m CONSULT : t

FOREST pick the funkiire la match the mobile borne ye* b.r.We I for ,
I )!
RIVER RIDGE I afco handle a complete Hue. of .mobile home arts arrt** Me P. NELSON pair / I : :. .
Miie, rabwiaa and at dbcovat
awnings earpnrta prkea. ; /

Stuart' Leading Waterfront Co.mudtkeARBOGAST We are afmtf for WoIv..... tunas ee I REALTORM. the '.
The HorkTa Leader as Mobile bate Aiuodut be I :
Instinct"I t R. (Roany) Nt..... "' ; :
325 F. Oren Blvd. A'f 7-J5M ( ) "

C. B. I DIXIE MOBILE ,HOMES, INC. : II." tact, I :: < > ) .

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AND ASSOCIATESREALTOR I I 3221 South Pierce U. S. No., Florida 1 HighwayFort BY FAR THE I0'i l .:" .

252 EAST OSCEOLA A AVENUE STUART, 2174449 i Phone HO 4-1837 ,
".If .last. r net

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//I C. O. RAINEY- Realtor II III v Jt .. /

I COMMERCIAL I II. | I I Residential Specials I I Hutchinson Island I :

COTTAGE COLONY Muster .... 1. Scenic Waterfront HomeLY OCEAN RIVFJI HIGHWAY I
4 r miteMe for above .vera ewkstrr :
ON EACH nor or A-I-A

rests) mo rl SMHa) 2 effkieKlreEserltaX TROPICAL srrrtNC wmi lJOt... TO ........ Till "V lit GIN IAN" I '

hay at UOO.OO per metal SWIMMING POOL AND DOCK PER OCEAN tTONT' TOOTLOT Styling Central air-
_it.J. .
PRICE SUMUt SPECIAL'' Pantry Florida


... math ef Skirt rwtBeat Howr4 J ___ 2 Buts !>. Disk"* I. KRUIjCEK: MTATUt-Censrr L4UM Best Neighhorhood --
tatumom w holiday .... Lane Uvksc Raw Sea Waimtj % .... Mow a.siiMii.i.
Price SM.M per ,.... ( jaaclj-Price Uw M WJMJM.J. 2. 21 LOTS IUe HO Ce4 Deal Beautifully Landscaped

.. 2 IF.DROO\IIIO\IE Yacht ....
4. DUPLEX with ej..Mrjr h. .170- eei X 22 I.oJ'l-... wawfra.4 Vw
2* wars ten Extra hag. roans Sfrdal a4
pie rooted Lease Ils.........
Directions East Ocean
Price $3..95..... $111.5" Easy Fiaasbg. 4.. 75. ACRES ...... Woet/nd. :

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; "frDjt Savings By -The 'Purse F Full ll Plus Top'Value Stamps

/ Morrell's Pride Cooked .' -' I
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I' \"f Quantity Rlphb,.' Rao a0 STOtes ;13)) H am (an ,'d rt.'J"i'< ..:';Each i

t ; Prices Good Thru ...
> Saturday, Dec. 19 II
:"; f, \ ... Govt.Graded U.S.Choice Genuine Spring Lamb Produced In U.S.A. IFj

M j r. :. Leg-O-Lamb I Ib. C

rr I Irr.gr.Irrrs .. ,. ..
Pre-Sliced Shoulder S&V** '''1 Rib
Maxwell House
Lamb Roast- "" .J 49a Sirloin Lamb Chops lb. 89
: : Shoulder ** Meaty f
." ( 0 F F E E Lamb Chops lb.59a Lamb Loin Chops it. $119
Armour Star Boneless Cook.d'Canned i

PlAe 1 Ham 10Ib Can $6 Each

IIn W-D Brand U.S.D.A. Grade "A" Dr. & Dr. Broad Breasted t
7 HOUSE 18 to 22 C
r Tom Turkeys ">. Ib. 33
CLlmit one or morel with SS order Ar g. ; :
W-D Brand USDA "A" Dr. u. Young Tome Breller or SklnleM
Hen 5t 39" Pinky Wieners Pkg.39c J '
R.g.59c Dixie Darling DeliciousDanish '$ Turkeys ,Ib.Avg. II v Pig :

C 4 W.D Brand U.S. Choice Chuck I .
14-o: 39
Kuris Filled Pkg. 9'c
S tea k lb.Flour .
Your Choicel Pillsbury or Gold Medal
i (Limit With Ont$5 5-lb: 3 9 C Busch Bavarian U.S., Choice Semi-Boneless i ,
Ma; Pkg. I. Roast 9' 5'C
) R
I IP lb.
p Superbrand uraaeEggs"A" Fla. or Shipped Large
2 Dor.: 99 c. ;.:. U.S. Choice Boneless Brisket ;.'
I 89C. wAstor
I' Roast lb. +"+
All Purpose .
Shortening 3 Can Ib.'; 49CPack eallord Pillsbury Biscuits 4 Cant 3 91 t

I Superbrand
Thrifty Maid Cranberry A1 to Cottage Cheese c P 49

16'01:. 29 C 4r. (limit Two 6 Pocks with $S Mm or March Dixie Darling Auarled. 19-oz' ", 00 !.ft1.. ;
Sauce 2 ;
$1 1
Cons order or man) Cake Mixes 4 Pkgs.Artad I
Flavor' Q' \ \
Thrifty Maid Sliced or Crushed Fiihtr's Spanish 460 r.
89 .
Hi-C Drinks 3 Cons }.

2 $1 1 ... ", '
4 Peanuts 314-oZ.$1OO (Your ChokoJ".Dd) .
Pineapple Cans
*'t Iron or Toaster .. Each ;; .. :
Thrifty Mid; Sliced or Halves R.g. 89c Value Reynold 13 h2I., '
Foil Wrap 3 3 ,
Peaches 521.-::' $1 Listerine 14.01. 69 C Premium : /
Btl.' Nabisco Saltiness k a: 3r< ,;;' '

I ":$- Dewy Fresh Produce 4 .' "rT '
Juicy Indian River : -

S I IS : Fl I o r'i ida' Oranges z: 39c Washington Red Delicious I :,

Fancy Florida Golden I

:; Sweet Corn 10 49C';,

.: All Purpose F
nl Jumbo Jtayitwn '1
\ Fla. Celery 2 Stalk 29C< Bag Apples aa9. 49c 13.. :
Astor Big 12-<11. Can

',;' ,' 0 range Juice J i 2 12-or.Cans 88 For ,;;

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", : :,;\,' valuel I; uxstr rw' ..M _lie tMa = flat rw to e e.. tia CHAirr DINNHWAII h.rw_..I..e..1 1.95.., r:
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Iy Three Angels' Coming Hunters, Thank Big Chief THE STUART. December(Florida 11,)1964\h1WSihsrsday ..C

rbara Britton President I For Corbett Road Repairs SH SPECIAL: : ON INSURANCE MEETING

I Martin County Board of Commissioners
Riptide Players Group } v : Hunters using! the access: road ins much oi u indcrwatcr with will hold I it special
I into the J. W Corbet: WildlifeManagement I several) large pot'oltsDig ( .
meeting on Wednesday morning.

ortm County own little the- board of directors, following resignation : ,1,1r give thanks for Area the tnis good wuson and can I' Jar a eoorerullHlrtemenC( hid Iq'ullcil!/ the road with un- Dec insurance U), to receive bids on vehicular -

r group the Riptide Players, of all the incumbents.The tlt\ih passable condition to Big
the Game and Fish
.t Thursday eve 'ing at the cafe-I maw migration was read, Cruet Construction Company otInduntown which them" tommfufon
gave permission loUN An alloy of nickel and
ium of the JIUVJT High School and the reasons were let forth, I Game according tot h e I the Norilur i. "' ,,',,u us in K used in more than 200 types copper of
and Fresh Water Fish Com
i elect a new date of officer and chief of which was to stimulate ,I access route cirlic rh," \oar ,", I'I'co
""sumEverglades .
interest in little theater 1---'
our group --- --- --
not only among our present members I region Game Biologist
but also in the community as r Dale Criderm charge of the
a whole it being felt that there Cortx.it area pointed out that had I
0Sp Is a real need for an organizationof I it not been for the extension dredging -
this kind. It is hoped that newcomers and filling work done on the
to the area will avail them. Northgrade entrance by Big C hief!
selves of this opportunity to participate the read would have been entire-:
in little theater work I 4L-1 Iy impussiblc even with 1 four.
wheel drive vchielci.
Officers elected to fill out un- :4 ; F ,
expired terms of those who re Older said that due lo floodIng ).
tI signed are: president, Barbara Brit. conditions caused by two hurncitnc .
ton; vice president. Frank DeStef i- .11 : and mure than normal Tins Cliristufas
rainfall this the road! hud
secretary, Helen Jenkins and year
treasurer Anna Derek Other asked. easy in many spots lellv.I 0 IOM.IMSurrM 11: BUsflt't ;
I board members are Ann Arbo- MMHHIVVIt'll B\M DIXMOSDStlUKM
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sroasrarua I I trw .
BRVttlllS and II\RMS
gait! Ralph Bates Jean McClung
105 .ADIC$ Nellie Pezzonl. and Kelly Rowell. ('()\I "tn: ADVIR1ISING' :
Set for production in Februaryis
the comedy "My Three Angels There 11 no coverage like it) :
The next meeting will be on Jan Combined I Stuart I New-Free
location be Press adsertising reaches everyonein 242 OS nLt:.. SIL\KI DIAL JS7-I565
STUART PLUMBING 7, 1965, at a to announced
Anyone interested! i n I Martin \'lIlIly. And so reasonably \U: ARE: OMN) t.tNI'ICSilL I : ; CIIRISIMiS
Call AT 7.f$50) for Ad taker.
this community effort U -
P.O. Ie. eat DI.I 557.0131 joining ,_u -
invited to attend the next meeting



I Phone 2.87-1133

THREE SHLIJS and shades of wigs: are displayed by Mrs. Blahut

Many Imitators of Jacqueline 'ww", ,'_1 1I/JIfMf." ,aw ... '..,.... 'ov _


Stuart Now Has Wig EmporiumAs [ conns; : min! .french $lie ()UIICHIN' : vnr $395 '
Phone 461.7341FORT Irlts Slaw Bread. "' 5 to 7 People "

PIERCE FLORIDA __ I 1 AannyiraWrati, M ,w ,iv n ,u, fIr. --t
National Fad Reaches CityBy \, ALSO DINING I .:ROOM 1 SERVICE

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";" too, ;. .to ( ',- 'HARLEY SrOOKLY ited Stales has grown U) be a -- ---
',1 P. 0. E. $300( ,000.()XX) I year business! according -
,w Shades of Mane Antoinette the to Robert Blahut.

wig is back Today many wonun buy wigs In r
) ,? $$665110 Time was that the only people order lo simplify the change from I
who wore wigs in America were business and beach recreation wear
L : : .,'It""''.. J those so bald they were ashamedto / for that of a social afternoon or I
I appear in public without a headpiece evening "After a day at tho officeor
It was strictly a utility; now on the beach it is so easy to 1
Featuring HONDA & AccessoriesFor -as in the royal courts of Europe roll one's natural hair up In a I
-its again un adornment. knot and! slip a nicely styled wig
all Motorcycles I IlIECIiANIC Apparently "them das are gone over it." Blahut explained, 1
forever" according to Robert and Strangely, this practice docs not CHRISTMAS CLUB
Gretel Bluhut, who recently openeda take. much business away from
WITH 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON HONDA I wig shop in Stuart. In only two the beauty shops, as it Is just as
years the wig industry in the Uns necessary to keep natural well
groomed as it is tmir,
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... .If When woman buys a shade! of wig '
that suits her she must, yiMl I
beautician to have it sly fat to her
personality CHECKSl
r IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Practically all wigs oft the man V )

let today are made in Europe and! I .;
the' Orient, especially Japan. Bin-:
hut explained. Women m certain / ay
FROM SEARS IN STUART European countries and In lapse make
\\ grow hair to be sold for the manufacture
of wigs;' he said. "American
: hair Cannot b* used for making .
1 i wigs because much of it has
s been spoiled by permanent," Bla
t hut continued.

Blahut was emphatic in slitting gift
that hair from I corpse is never:
used in the manufacture of wlys.lt .
COLOR TV ,* Is prohibited' by law, and the
hair from a corpse' I is devoid of "
flife' and luster" he declared

{I AI the Blahut shop which they
have named "Jacqueline Wigs, buying w
tnilady can choose from forty -
shades of hair while styles are
'unlimited. They rang In price: _
$6993 $12495:
u from to
"L. W.
:: 21 INCH SCREEN Care of the wig is the same us
that for natural hair, and it should | easy. .
be cleaned: two or three limes a e Fw 0 0'err
year. ibis can be done by the
Beautiful' Cunsolette owner, IlUhut slated. /

Colored women make up a large
y.. Shown at Left part of the wig industry CUM.
turners, as their natural hair I Is ,
rather short and unruly. Blahut explained
"Many of them prefer
the bouffant style wig; that Inmates
Jacqueline Kennedy h irJa,," he
..... "VV* named our shop/ lot
Mrs. Kennedy." JOIN !
$38995NO In addition. to wigs for women, ::
the Blahult are prepared. to supply
1 toupees for men and hairpieces dVf'
1 ([buns and knots) for women.:
1. When asked why they chose: "
J Stuart as a place to establish their ;
business, the Blahut explained thai
several years a.> they .had. hell in
Port Silerna Mrs. BUhut M a 50c each week you receive $ 25.00( ) ,/ y
husband native of U Palm front Beach Colurada County. tier $ 1.00 each week you receive $50.00( ) /

Pay Nothing Until February' $ 2.00 each week you receive '$100.00

Royal Castle $ 3.00 each week you receive {).( )

Wakb: shod 1ifH& e.lor.r sharp. iteiMir fit VIIFIt 2 .. U. ror ksckbLKkM S 5.Xeach( week you receive i $250.00( ) rr

resM. .legs for ass M ........ laMe cabinet Caffl w MW M>4 amt <. .<. I $10.00 each week you receive $500.00 '

srnxleL 24,000 welt| ckwh. tames >'HF tills set ks. )ear ass. Doing ..... \Woman Is SlainErnest /' ,-, '
'f, rk;' :
Kurchrr, foty our. m.nigcr >
of the Royal (oak wtuur V ? '
Free Home Demonstration ml on U S.1 at fcuart, wit found : ;
II toad Tbursdaf in whet .M ap V''" .
,.Mrentry a murikr-Mucfcie tf lake '

.. No Obligation Just Call AT 7-3373 W Also rtlL found dead w his apart \........._..._......:........... BAN 1(, OP *'
mint here ... Mrs' Betty fair* r lit '
FILL YOUR GIFT LIST HERB I I I banks forty-four 'miftt Man*",r STUART, I
01 Use chaw* restaurant In Lao
a I W rtIL. She ... shot in the brad Mewaca. 101O P.., '
Mj body KorcJKf bad on* 4J .
altbre putut wouad in tiM kit ...'

Roebuck and Co. Dtps*. ,"I, '
Sears Lake Worth police are tonlm*
slag] an iaYtniftiioa. HM deaths
art be........"h twill occurrmi MUkl If" "'"'.", { '
aiaf\ -
WplaaiM, :
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ruvnr nu. MBKCSG: I Glass. kes.. ...... sisii.m 091 Cat*Oc.n Doul*. rd .Murt. rtorkiam '
IhoneAT7-3373 out so rant dM only Iwing r
I coral rarf ss Amsvic M ihs Job j I
Coral RM MaM hot .
onLaap ,,
KmKi M KXm -
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1 Y-CcNldnlll'd SUMHY- THE: y'l'UAR'r ( 1aI.) NEWS Ihunduy, Dumber, 17 1964 SAl UKUi\

'I I I .,( the inventor of artificial riingerjlion
..="LIo 'Li& i "
adt. ' I
TiOS 10 Cartoon It Onidr Carnival Tim 1111.1.wAn5 hip Wr '; YI I. 'Mohr'' "11'T .-- -..

1Yt..t. fa.BJ." WITH Rod,*. 5taael'.1.. .tta.. .1,..1 ,,00-4 run" Crab. I -4 .Wyh5etae 5.105150 05 I 11./1,.
u.c.J whoa In tSI..utbn. I* LUM awmarIS rIiil. ....
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DEC .. II III.. 4.00-i 5,540, PSlnrll. .. .., ..
tOO-4 M hy "Stpypboll"Mt. IOS, -It Mmlu J'1.h_ Hum II Kit I ITk I. VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN

MOr w.f ..._ ItlO-II Wrnr 11_. Th...,. L=.. P51MILaeY ,OO--U Fonnr Oct__. Fir Ywr F.,*rlt* DId

(f."* aa >t..ay aunt) ...ooM"'Sam. :.,xglr =11)Inr ,its-1. BMJa. Bill, LIIontt.tb Sad" 0 LLo0.qr /,1O.Ij Ultl .....1. WE SCKVt LUNCH
tiOO J' Oxrtli.ttl.al" .. g*** j>m .. Th_" ,iSO-4 Hvparainn. .l4-. flaklna Flndtreolef 4
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I0t_' / A What. Worldr 4,50t.Mort.:.:: l.. TtmmUr Owp Ik.Powfar II J = Bunnr: {. 1 jljjj.1.a IiIo.'L.W..4a.. Iorlstadrodau STUART DRUG CORP.
Atrna 7 Mov". .. Klwr"WwMtr .too.4 Able Mow M Wlld ..I....... lam) A PI. Clan
IlMiplUr)' Honpar nod NW lie. RE\;ALL
U 141114. : THL
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am* M Monday :0
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1 lOO-t Mwk, M"jia. u'' ?*1II.h," trola, 1,30-T.S.oa llaalkaow (OolorlT 1:ill-II : -- ----. --
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MNMl 5,30-0 tio-M eemtwpfae..O ..
4130. 101 ... 11II..
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7 Movlo" "Ckimir F r a Day"B 10.11 If. 'it ,.... '/-
'00--II To.I l II... I.MY.t... "Iilbla... ho 10._4 Wutok, l raw Moflraw I It* HIYhwwai10Patrolwra : ,. '
..30-I ]lu
It.....". .,11.bll.. Comm.nl... lOilft 10-11-10 Wi.ianliant UiMla. Bok. _It Making, Wttk/ i port a UFSDAYContinued .
.,ood.N..t SDortR, Wrtb.r II 1'1.., _4 Mllktr Mont .:_I Datalln .
In Mo,1s. A IMI. A (Mr aid S (bib". I.JO-4 N.... A.' XL I .t';...k-r. Brail. I '-."MO tgor0 YI II"
'tlO-II Commtnk-Art Orora I ttunlbr-Ildnhl.p Import 11-11 )) O.klrrlliOO 'too-1.7 MM Ik* Pr... (Color. ) It M. h rA'
.ill--7 era Hnno Adronturo i 1'1.,.. W.ath.r* ,: -4 ALI the l.lonk.ut.4' 10 I.. .. and A..... .
II 1'1..., W..lh... Spurts It &.'.... I.T D.nnl. tk* Mon_ II HlKhwtirfioi Patrol Iida-t iN.I+W.lt.r Oronlll
It N_. e..I-a N.w.-W.IUr CM..". lt.lt L"rtoon''.. Ca; >pr Cartoon. -It W* Want ta .law I I' II..* Tr'li 7rt
....1Woo,h.. Clip Jtiaon .fewhnII """'
4 Tk ,11 *
11 ilo -
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.|30-4 N.... Dirtir"T I 7 lit All.Pro $..0..... r, untVllpnll.r. | Roport Htah.lor )ath.rII -lrl'nlo tn4! Cell ., -.. Hawaii *,* i cal people a Round In.
10 BoiwfootIt Launh a bolt an hoop Ah...._ t 'b.l ....In.i It Hlichow FaulT,30 .
Choyonn "'30-6 lIonl.1 Boon 1.,00Rk, kin* Florida tonm -* ..tklt OCaoon !Show wrancc progroni. Rcuurdk nf'
.,i4B-4 Nowo Wlt* CronVllo "It-It Th. Hlnfctana (",, ..) 6 Knplorh.K !00 Miami I..... Confer****
..?-N*... $..eI.p, Urlnkloy" ., Ptrrr M....* 11 Ban Nunn Nlirhtllr an MId spool '.lF{ _t the strains you experlvnif
10.11 Now T On. St.p Baron II.OI-IQ ........ .- 4,41, 7.11 Pa .lnv fund ,,,00-4 III 1* Bhow, Th. N...." Tk,' through .kkknett: accident
Ttoo ..4 D..tk Vall y P., u... l>onn. 5-4.u 12,20-4 MX "....d KllrktI 7,00,: ::4 Lull; ( I ) or
t nitllfllno/ I.JO1.7 Or Klliltr Sport Rpatlal 6.7 MIII l>u...o RA00Iorli .i O!4-T Man Pram O.N.f.1.1.. theft. Insurance will tlnajt beon
7 Tho llonoymoontn7I.104 to.!) Mr Th_ Han lu-lt Mrll.lo't
10 01. ..".... >n BolantaIt r-HMd Forum Navy
:II WPp'Pu.Ina 'I too-4 Paa.word Hoppllr Hoops 10 I.. .... U I* Purer ,OO-I., Rl'hurd( Boon Show hand to help )(HI When you
Puts--e 01045 ID-II M.wlUih.dI.JO 1100_4 :Haftrl II NIYhNIl..w, 014 COM As 7yuon alf'td It nuwt.
T h -4 Uallovt of Balboa 7 ....hun' T,30, Mr' F..".... Martianlt ( )
1.7 Th. VfevlnUl :Color. ) 1.7 H...) II (...U.". Profit Wilt DI...* (Color! .iSO.4 Pattleoat JunellonI i MLLOW: ElDER IS BEAUTIHJL PLANT
10.11 Adnnlnrt of Onto. Ml5SS I,-)) Pnton Ptao It Mao-la UnIt30 11.IS W*,on 'ruin Xn "' 1.b.....
10.00. -4 Th. Mfolrs -* Unublr I .Kotuiw, Flop. from g 00-4 KH Hulllvtn DhowT f Tw T. .f. I
.- ""r.r, S-, Kraft .......n.. That* R.dtotok" and """..* .,..nlrlno.. MultMU' ** I* P.rton Pla<.
W.ia Patty Dabs BhowSO 10 plrk:::' Powell' T Movl., "Marl Anllo..Io.l .,10_ Tkt ItoM. 10.00. -4 ,b. 1>001... and tk. N..... The Yellow Elder Is
., -t. Bvrly Hltlbllllo 11 Jlmnr. Doss "" tk* Watk T Bill DM 7 Boll T.lophon. (Hour
111.1. 5hindw( lOtSO-10 Tka PlnnMr. Il l: boo!: ow Poor Yloi.or; .:: 10.11 Umaduld, IO-1S '
...oo-a Dla" V.. D... Show II N.... RaparttIItoo 41-11 Amarlp.n Unndit n4 ..too-4 Mr UvlntJ. Don 'il.o0-wd.l-1.llow. Walh.r Si-artu.
4-1.7.i )oj..,, Wnihor, Iporl It..d.u- It N.walilt
6-7 Movlo, .II. 11 Am.rio.n
10.11 'MlokoyBi3O It ;,wo111isUN. 1.30. -4 M"vl), .Mlrarla an I4tk, Ht." 15.If5Merl.! ..r..rttrul of MI'....." _It N...., W.atkr. DnnrtllllIS .
-1/.ll Oluh Bkor Show : .., W.atkM, Iporttlliz -. -It Plarktuaa .i30-4 Jeer Bl.ko. Show -4 M...) "Th. Umnn. Drop Kid o
tOiOO. --4 Unnny K... Show .-4 Movl., "Arrow In th. Dual !.' --T Mom.nl. of Sport ,_I Candid Came 11 ISO-,-4-7 Tonlckt( ahb Juhnnr Car*... Florida Fall BeautyA
4 Danny Kay Show 11,>0 I Tonlikt with. Johnnr Car.on .oo-t Ht 'r and Blort t.T fb. KocilM 10 t*. ( tnn Show
I0.lt Hurk'. Law (CDI,, I Mtar and Storr 10 Candid C......* /ta0IBpsnlrh N...
tliOO-4-I-I-IO Nowt. WMthtr. Sport 10 Lao C... Show T Oiilrid.r. II Movl 10 Movl
It Nowo-J-Bm HhoWollliatv4 \I boot.IIOI '. It Top Blar Bowling 10,30-4 Wkl't Mr Lliut liol-II Mlvktwatik Movl.
Movto. -Botwoo* Mldolnh ..I$ N"h ..ta' .30-6 Planotra \I TBA. ,01-11 Mnr" --
.. .. particularly striking plant at
end D... .101-1. M. I PloaoartT 1\100-.1. Sports -
1110 (., "Tonlaht with JohnnrConon - - Cloud T Tkoatr 10Th. WEDNESDAY! this time of year in the Florida

10 Movlo(,Color'Phfm" FRIDAY .oo-a I Wr. tllnT RlfUman. ||llft3'nMovl. ..., loldMl Farr4n.." DEC. M garden I Is the Yellow Elder (Sten-

11 moll h/' Tfcootr* Dec IS Rowroy Hope III....). til* .term. rurjr olobium SlanM.) This native of the
1iO -_II NlKhtw.Kh, MAr II Jlmtnr Dom Show ID Th. ITntouchahUtlllW MonIef is covered with
4OB-, -II Movlo -- It th.mnlimi.hlti; Uowllnf -It NMitmttk No 1 Roms *l Monday *.oti>till > Sunshine State -i\l4i\
Montlni(8am ..-4 Unttl.fl.ld 4,01, -11 Movl. Ho. t -4 Bunrli 8omo). "HtimlanLltoratui bright yellow clusters of fragrant
TIURS1)A'1, ( it Mondar u...Ot) S.00--I Intornallonal' .Hhowtlm - r r -* In Tnunlatlon"7oo hell-sh.ped flowers from early I
world( -
11-11 l Twlny ghfw
DEC.: IT ,I tlS.,Itffratura--4 Bunrla In. *Tranalatlon"Ram.itar, "....1.* MONDAYDEC Nno-0: ilavi*. Thr Hllvor halli',;' (Pctoher\ until early winter A good \ \

j P1o0-10 Contlntntal ClMiroomilo ..lOO-4 N...t, Hnorn, WntharIT II AftarnoonBnmt six weeks of bloom can usuallybe
Mornln.UI.m. .
-II M..) Maw Ir. ;; ( M Monday *xptlliOO expected: more if cold weather FURNITURE RENTALS>
) MooH.wOM
( Monday nrnpt 1500Moot.' .., "Th. Btanr of Will M.rnlnf.too1.1 .
..1- .M.tho.. I Wklt Kid. -It Movlo, Th Roturn of P.t.rtlrlmm" its arrivals.
4 Sunrl.o BomooMr Jt.....> delays

ma-tlo In Wtiura Cultua"CHRISTIAN Alt.....** T Int.rnatloimlII Moo'., "Th. Eddy Diirkln 810.," .. >- BiinriM Cnllntal, H..mai Clu.roomil .r. "Kut.lia. ...:304IIovlo., .'U.t o( lk. Colnan- Actually/, it is a member of the

(*.m. u. Mon .' *>***tl ,,.It.4s-Nawt. 'Kilnratlon, Wralhur: KapioilonT.OO and Spurts ,30-4 IttkntuM(loll.In.Tnn."o a' tk'* Anlr,,* .ha 7 Movlo? "Th. Choalora. Bignonia family and is not an elder ROWELL FURNITURE CO.Dial .

liOO ll.nl.-II" Mavla. VaJli-r of tka -. Hill/ Pail I I.I tantlnttilal, CUatrvom. (Color) ISO.'4 Ifiitklelwrry. Hound) at all. The foliage however is similar

I .,.-.4 M...., Tka Warrior and theSlov. Tiao 11 -Nlnhlllf.4 JMliI on GI.tk.*...Gold Khow C.... 1.II.0-10 Oan**Niwnhh> Tim. Now Evonln in appearance to the true elders AT 7-0804 Wt Glee Gold Bond Stamps

I Movl Girl. 'lady .In tk* Uko" /.T Kllpu.i- .i4S-4 N... I 1. ....... liOO-... N... Mporu. Wool h., hence the comman name. Each
It 0",.. limit. I Ivnakln. Almaaa. 7 N... turf Woothor -- --
of five
SlOO- HurhlohnrrT Hound or more
10 aa.l P....* ..... leaf is composed
M. Waatkcr. S too-0-7 Movl, War It d/ Ut nil* 110 ID Movlo "('hrl. In Connorlkuf
It hlnt.Littl, Maoo.iataslu:;\ Spots.II30 1,10-4 llllliant bloodS /.5f-4 Unltr 1 51.,1: More lilO-It ComiiHMttil toothed leaflets that are a yellow-
Th. boon It Mown, V.* f 7 S On. Bt"p H.vond -4 Popoy* ,..,...... I* 1'1..... Wtaihor.' Sports green in color making a good contract MODEL OF NEW MINIATURE HEARING AID GIVEN
10.11 ttwrnioa Walk I.' TocIOI' II Now.ltao4 with the deeper greens of the
1,00, -4-1 "' ..., Kprtt.. Wtttlkn .lOO-4 Mr. llmadwar. II ContlnonUl ClMram. Mows
actual hrln old)
7 N.w., Wool.ho. garden. tf (aot M
1-7 Movl) "Wh"" Chd.tmu"l II Mow I Ifuntlor-Hrlnklry Report
'. SCIENCE 'II MovlTk.; BUTT of idloouh"II14.Is .,_lu-ii Hollywood ililiti ,,_4 1'1.... 10 MmartootIt This is a fast growing shrub and A moat unlqu fro* ofl.r, of oclal la.toroal .
&'omm.otIllsi 10.100Otoemah., ,* 10 Carousel Choy.nn 'o.. t* tkoao who boor but do not undmalond
RADIO 8CKIE3 I B.a Hunt ,._10 N..), "Tka Mm Who 11 Mavlooo ...41N.wW.IIo.. Cronklt puts on four to ail feet in one """, word.. A Iruo Ills. sos..wrottna
It N.wa, W.ath.r, Opart Cam* to Dlnnrr" .. -4 apUIn Ktncira I.' Nw>_llunll)y.Brlnkl.y summer's growing time. Given one n mod.k actual ll<* well* of tho imallol
It N... It Th. Do..., '.f T..." 7OO-4 txath Vailoy.. l>.aytt 3.00 Motorol. D blM o Hew Aid or., mods
RADIO STATION WSTU .iJO-I HuntUr-BrlnliU. R.part IOI4S-10-lt Mnk That Span 5+ _II Mo)l li Hattlfllut mild winter between growing seasons .w lf+ will N OIron .won.b.outoh 5-w n 001
II Tk. J.t.ont 11.00--1., I. 10, II Now >O-10 OardMI PanS T Tho lloiitymoonortIt the Yellow Elder might reach .nwerint thl. sd.rtl..monl. War It
EACH MONDAY 7lIJ F.M, II Chwoww.1.41d 1 II .* .1_.' Today *ho. TBA7t3O In th. privacy of .N s Mom., "IT'S
N.W.It. ('_.... Ilio*-11 fop. "in ,SooruIliIO lit lUportitft -4 CBS HoporltiOO a height of twenty feet or more.It gt YOURS FREE TO ittt.

1-7 N.N.wrHuOtl.p.Srlnbl.ple .. < lll ->*4 Chwnpkm.kl.M.vl. "NlKht WroitHa and ,,tk. CII," .,,OO+4 II Movlo Fanny "My Companr. Ow" Tr... Lov. rillbt'! :.Vlydny.. 115-4 Hurts is a drought resistant f.lant.
II bon ..hro*-"' ... Ilivo T (I,h.' WarIHaIliIO f Itelikl. Dnkt: ) -I Putty Duk even when young, and ahou Batteries At Discount Prices
tlOO- 4 Tka Mun.urt: II Rl.rllpht Tkoatr f Mm PouiU I Who> It'll Patty Duk how
well-drained soil. For
S Uadxrnag* Tlmntrr-, "nepa..nAnn.O" I Ii3: ::II Wmtllnc from Ttmp II Banjo Bllli .,_4 ......1' Hlllblllic planted a
tlilo- M.... Appointment ,InHnndiiVat' .tlO-4 .".) 10.11 Shindig best blooming a spot with, full sun
T Movl.' Akkott and Ctat)llo Moat I A ma Md A4r 'tOO-t IIlok VM D,.. 8h.. needed. easiest method of REG. NOW REG. NOW
." is The
th. K.r.toiw c." ,00-10 rinno ClubliOs I'11..1.... PUvkMM. I 1.1 M..vle, "AtlMtb Ih. b.t CueD.wool" I .
11 Mlickwar Patrol -It NlobtwstBShow Ha. | 10,00-4 .._. prttnaaauon M by cuttings made SUE. 6 Pack $2.10 ..:. $U6 E400E-6 Pack SJ16051L08; ?? .

Ttt4 I Com.dv RawhlUa Hpaolnl. 1110: ::t I Cr.r.Ie..I: :: r 5nyt1I55401o1 i-T* Soot Max.,Boom(Urwirk ffo....D4i>-- mI .l-ll iSO-4 Mlckoy c., Wlllliml Show In,. summer. S4IE Pack $2.10 $1.26 F37SFr-6 Pack: $1.80 I.TS
YOUR TV UTr .11-11 too..10-11 Jonnr PVrm.r'QiiMt* Dto.kt.r ...."' )I-.. I .. IM5S io>*o-4.1 I )1/./._.... Iu.r 10.000"10.11 Burktt Broadway Law Tonlcht' NewT Truck I I S76EPuck $2.40 Jl.Sft E675' -6 Pack $2.10. .-. $1.26','

MILES CLOSItiO .I.T i3O--Bob 4 1'h.Hop KnUrtalntr: ; "; :DAY T I What Ward. fur Tklt) FFFSlobColor Bonn ) 1-1 10-11 BUvtnih: Burkot Haut Law : E340E 6 Park $ .75 .. $..... FJI2F-6 Pack $1.50... $ .961

10.1Addowu FmnllrlOO It-It Prlco It l 10 Hrleno. Klftlon ThoatrtIt I or'Salerno Is II I I
AlL Valonllnat' Dot PIC toMorning .. .. "
lt.lt aI.b. ,
IllOO, "Andr f 77 BunMt Strop11,00d '
:no::4 Oomor l>: l) DIM 0. i-I Concontrttlonlo.lf "'..... Woath.r, Sports I I Western Auto Associate Store
THtSTATIONS I.t Jarh II."., Oat the M ....* It N.wo'-Hill Bh.drl. TO Cost $11,937 |
11-1111 O'oh..k Bltk ::,30=It (' dl..ll.lh. II.* a Colatr)5x0 11,25-a Movlo, Tho Ctrl, Moat Llkoly'" I Authorl/rd Dealer MOTOROLA/DAIIIBFRG HEARING AID
10.00, -4 Th. Rpprtw f IBB II N.wa I eopardy ( ._.t br with Jokany (;".0. i Atlantic Fir Company i
T.OO, -4 C.rtoon.o-.lll.I 11.111110.1"* Link IH Los Coon. Know, Equipment I 261 Ohitola Stuart Florida Pnon 287-0775 _
t61.lrrt'l : of. tk W.... Pan Almanac IS too-4 "' .... II Ularlliilit Thmlro of Fort Lauderdale, the only II
10.0.t... T'* th-.ui I Bay. Wko riijilcr: was awarded a $11.937 I - -nostril-t.
1 II Tb.I.tutt.u It Mop.. ll-lt Pother I[...... Bait
In/i II'M e w It lilnkwair Patrol ,,30- t Airltultur Ri port Iti 0-4 B..artk for Tomorrow. contract for a 750-gallon pumper I
10.41-lb Mak* That Rpoa11,00d7.1S T r art..on.II 4-7 Ttutk or CMMno Color,) I fo Port Salerno Volunteer Fire 15Half
: S.w.. Wuthst Sports Oo.p.1 Tim* 11.11 T.*....* .Ural: ,*.. InvestigatedAuto i ( APRIL 16 THROUGH DECEMBER
If N.wo 11 Bunrteo Thoatr.tOO 11,41-4 Ouldlni LkiktI I Company at a special meeting of
CHANNELMASTEIl I ltl.-4 Movl., Tllu. Dahlia" -4 Uotpol -........ !ill-I.T-U 1'1.wsAlm. | the County Commission Friday r
1-7 Tonlfkt with Jo.nar Van- ** t Movlaf
II &.10. Cran Show VullwlnklaII ._ Accidents I morning o ,
liOl _It Nliiktwatrk-VarUt. Blntln' Tim. I. Dlil' 1,00IA... of Hf. The ten-wheel vehicle will have
4,04-t1\ Mavla No. I INow.' I Life of Silo I 1
r .llSO-T drool Sop 10 Men" .). Look Wh'. L u.hln." Auto accidents: with no teriou* four-wheel drive a five-ton chassis
I "GoldenCross SATURDAYP 1 10 Oai,..- C.",.. .. Injuries the and 'II ilr...'Carry 1,000 gallonsof
were reported
.,w-4 Thla b tli* Uf I H>s.7 Dobkta Dra by I .
C. !' Tp'1' Jill-It PlorhoiiM IIt'SZA Sheriff Department this week water.
...... N."
Fire" 11 W A. Ih. W..rtd Tur.. One happened o fi'a tarantula
j Mrhitilt 'ill-I.kt"";* .... Heel I U,'. M k. S Uolf atout I 1130 sum.. a I The ( North )
-4 HuorU ......te.. "MotbSmoll It Movl Girl folk. America is clothed in dusty brown
installing car driven by i. O. Scott of Megctt. y
I powerful Golden I .. In W...trn Oukuh" .iM-4 .'*Hk for TadafTk It II .Huniof BtrlpHo 1
lik li.o-4 Venial Tim' Ckrl.t.|ih.r* 1.1-4 Mr (limit-DlwnMloB. S. C. ran off the road and hair His body is two inches long NiGNTS
Crow Fire is actually moving .1-11 A...... h.... ; Ho....... .f faltkIt I.OO-d Pouword turned over twice. II and his width from tip to tip of
TV Kt mile nearer the I ,> -ll-lt Non Hull Wlnkl 1.7 Leatta Touns
Jour hit hairy toes is about five inches.
..4.- .I Haarwl HaarllOiOO 115-1// N.wo Deputy Jamet Milk who investigated
station. You'll lee sharper;cleareipictuei '4 lamp Illlta} Jot, FM 5,10-4 Mo.N P.eq estimated damage to
I Paltk For Todar fib aw The major occupation: is agriculture -
\ on tl1'cbanteIs.WilcoxHardy) OSI Still Loll V..... 41 It Dor In 0..... tho car: at $2,2X:!( He charged : in South Arabia but onlyI I
10 .....Io.lont Woriklp" Il*.rIt >! with
Scott failure
.a. to have his'e. Hotel
I 7oto ,1Is0-1.1 of the kind is arable.
TV DI_v.rr ; n .rj and Womtn I per cent Moon
'0,10I..k tIp and Ilv.of le4 T. Toll Ih* Till. hide under: control. )
I Word 1.r.)" I.7 Anothor World' Jamet H Scott of Dania driving
'-7 nlth .w CE DealccPho Wat.k Mn. Wlir4 10.11 0Hoop.. .,", GA STORAGE
t a lank truck for Imperial Oil
666'I Nora of Cllory I>1 -4 Now '
AT 7-3243 :tMe It Pork PI. ,,_4 I."In* .f NMlt > Company, was charged by Deputy MMta0go' Bay
.. Oohw.
'''00- 4 famvraIt 1I Toil Dfi' WAREHOUSE
Heart lames Holt with failure to have
I SR 707 lew*" I fist I Mal'' RM in.lt Th* Yonii MwrM. .
1Jow.h '"orohlp Mir ,00--1 5..r S Storm hi* vehicle under control:
PIM" Roots. Chink MkUk Cum See..!'. truck rimmed
11.10Bol" Jou.... t Mlokoy' Mono Chk pavscngrrcar Storage by
Almost Everyone Listens To I Movla. ..O..m.....'" In.ll )our Oilork. Hub: driven by Pauline R. Arnoldof
WSTU I T trnpl* Ar KunnrI 4tSO-4 Mo l*. "0.** Poy In Ik. Stuart t, the Wit turning right
Moos fur ,Rkut-lna I "' ".nl..." DayVeek
RADIO STATION liRO- T Mnaton VmalkM* sod ..' B.for n.rkPt.. 1 Into Palm Beach Road off U S.
I Holland 1.lI biold;; Adun*. Tnllmottorit.lt 1 I. The accident look place Dec. Month Year
..._ N_.
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MUTUAL NETWORK FULL TIME 1450 K.C. ILSaShbbr" .......".. AnortrM M.... ..* 9 at 8:30 a m. Mrt. Arnold was
Comodp ...tln.. ',00-f .Ho* Hunt taken to a doctor't office for ex.animation. USED FURNITUREAPPLIANCES j
I I I II Inotoht. ,, 10 Woody Wood*..k*.
..v.... 11 N.wall.lt.lt It Loll T...... Damage to the truck
SUTnhT I Pie hMos If ,iSO-0 Toil Bow WHO' enlimaud at $150 and to Mrt A1A. GOLDEN GATE
MONPAY tkr* lATVHDAT ,.1411.F.IUtI."UIII aPhOt. I1.3O4 ppotllakt a w* Eduulh.o lit It ABO Rooky Now Md* HI. FOMdsRN4 Arnold' ear at $300 i

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5055 514114 JlrJl1WII AND WHATHLR 5,45 !.'. 14, .......( ItI..

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t a .t Pw5 WoIh0OI.1. Q
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t rRIDAT 1:: oh HoIS Ih155 ta.IId Cb.s.S M.oo 1 I .w., Wwb11 cIMIt 'J
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1,0.0l10p 1 : IIreO.5-W::::" :w r. m Ilr.rP.eb :. 5-.w.1.144.. *f $.*!. IOM po.ulb-.- ) I : ," f II. O-,4 54.0.-RU'Ulihnt.llok:'. Oook. *.00 r1a arr ...,...ad: ..."."1 .'\ _8. Ii.'$! .

111l ldtW)NowS r45 .f No.15 liinnISHM N wotd .t ..... I5nM1 1'-, laslqw.M NNY ... : I Jimmy .wkklo. .4 show. 1111rtNYINA110 "'io. -'. ..., __.;.;. ._ .... J:" !" ... '

1 111. n- :':':ci'C R.M /NS: &:ri'-": ..N. 1: Menlo,.. Toll lk. Tntk
'JR.H* .t ? III.' .... llM .!.. ,AIM. .lclt I \ 5.30-4 t Brl.fol Coart nT EXTRA NITES: $16.00 PER PERSON

BgKgrwss-' 0110.115 e..An. Mllrkli lt.it y.,*.. t* tk. Bottom *f I'. 0'I Tellafoltl li
: R.w.
; .'-'- Rowe tort .iM *..*.. -in**.. -.F.RFORU\NCE PROVED I l?w r*. Oo Boont SINGLES: $45.50 .
._ M.1''41uIIA 1Y1 ..*** now I:: lre.a' Is'.wd. ',:* .4 AM. OrlffltkItlt E.lRJNITES $18.00 PER NITS
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bii::::: Mr r:: lass..essoSs 1 ; WUUorn :
ja.rr1' Shea .
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?:: Rows ;t.oM IM .R.wrN.N ...... offer a ,,MaI..1' Moo r ....... r wr lux Full tropical breakfasts each morning. Gourmet
4il M'::f MU .iiHM 1-.... 11I_ 'N 11IR. -. ONE-YEAR WARRANTY ..F ........... o.4 .. tunBtaltory I

; :...* .... .... 4S. OwNd /fro 11.05.w on all parts, including your color |..lt--' Shoo. (luoSpIAO ..' 014.1 dinners music, dancing each nite. Trans-
bore I
glSr&rw.fei.K1" .. Mow =: Ff./. .S:R.w.eMh. l.ah.rl picture tube! I *It-lt.' AlrW4. HIMkowckI C ooli3O t aK 1Mfh I fen from Montego Bay Airport to Hotel.
w : as. EXCLUSIVE SERVICEFRANK'S 4 Braodwoy Oao Itn
: 1: ;(AHSI ..-. now MMIb.IM }| .*.-4.*.t.|*... No' Wooloot.I FLER, ; Transfers from Hotel to Montego Bay Air
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5,15 hl._b. .....* ... .:rM iMiM Nerd. 0t. Now"hew. If..... 0f -.t'. TV I, ItII:jwHusrIbuw Ap.P' ,: ,SiKO P ..r ra port. Luxury accomodations at oceanfront

... ...Irhe y.s' ...... ::iM t-::..:114.1 ... eSM t:: ::=: and APPLIANCES I I 11,50.4* ..*,J.fran.....,* 00.0055sw Know ; hotel with 42 acres of grounds, 18 hole golf

t 10::01Jv.'R.tI1.It:: I" 1".44..0 'tate N l M s 110115R.M ...*..<|aitn for"Lhtaf |I**w--Ma.. '"M,*.Rw.. Reo1r+d"1..0II Frw IS Minute l..tIoII. Send \course. Complimentary Cocktail Party one .
.1011t1I AS SMsb. Now. .x
;\-s."l.-:: .. 1'nr.p ..... Mors./PM.s. tt 1M": Calat TV' II II.......... Root.T1o toad Mufflers TSly1P. nite \veek.l.ree bottle of Jamaican Rum as
.. TMb : ; hrwrr Parr 1H IIN 725 Coloi d. Dbl AT ........ ..... .
,::;-: - - mach for aB can $ ,, Jtlft. Free and
of* Tennis
use Beach
h- Courts
111M WlllMMl. .t.*. 't.
,,.. (....._ x.w. a o4 :::: : Wen porwnoo bill of the Amp Guonoteed In wrung ,
,"..- --.... W'-'- ..... ... .. s \ fall hotel recreational facilities.
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SI I ART aWkla" ) NEWS 'Ihnr,. .duy. ,December It. l.64 M.
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Cooler Weather Brings a Warning RECENT BUILDING PERMITS Ir.To Deepen, _Inlet___Channel_

On Stoves in Homes and Trailers (Dec.I 4 through In)

Cooler Owner Location Contractor Description'. Afttmntl Engineers Sign Deal
weather in Florida I must be kept in good working!
brought this warning from the order."
State Board of Health: I City of Stuart .
All fixed heaters. must have rubbish Morrison be cleared suggested! away that from any Pint Ffcl, Savings &: I can Awn.Mr loot S.. Federal Highway Dickerwn, I no. VIR \1' parking lot S 5.000 To Hire Dredge MenArmy

as outside important vents as and homes trailers said. are A just W. paint around stoves; that and!such oil items be as I *. dvlurxlivvne Martiti) Mobile Home* Park Pine Manor Trailer CddnA: ,.' ."/,'':,Repairs. 100 ,
stored Pint Methudfot Church 1450 Colorado Avenue .Sadler Construction l' Aoklitkvn 3.VOOO
Morrison Jr.. director of the Division I i. ':
of in a safe place: thai the JMhaust t. Engineers in lacksonvilleannounced Inner sections of Ihe channel
trailer parks which licenses! I{ be cleaned fan over of accumulated the kitchen stove Martin County \ that a VHKX!( ) contract I'beyond. the l.MM( ( feet are deep
|I ,
"Gas or oil Moves must that heaters not be close to window : was awarded to 1. B. Fraser A I enough to permit boat traffic without
ed to be safe," he said. he'enl'l curtains or other material Martha Miller Gomcf,Grant George Blatch .I: ; Repairs 2.000 Sons Inc. of Fort I audcrdale for additional! dredging, the Afmy ,
Adams Enterprises Port Salerno Same l and screen 9,000(
which could burn. ': I S"'lm,111inal'1 lease of a (wtlve-inch dredge/ and Engineers said
-Anther thing to remember is Adams' Enterprises Port $a1criw Same Awnings and slab 1,000 operating personnel (t" deepen the''I '!

Heathcote that carbon monoxide can kill justas Adams Enterprises Port Salerno Same Awning and slab (SOI() entrance channel for SI. Loom: Inlet Tops In Design

NurseriesArchitect quickly as fire," Morrison said. Birch Chamber's Port,, JtalcrnoPalniCity Adams Enterprises Awnings and! slab, 1.200 .seven miles east of Stuart. \

"That's the reason for vents for' Ernest HigbeeWilliam ; Sumo Residence 12,000 1110 contract calls for dredging

Designed Landscaping. stoves. And rt's important to have Staab Mobile Homo Gardens NoneMUe Patio slab 230 the oceanward end of the channel
a little fresh air in the house. Any which r'uielt KINGSIGNS'
Oriental Design A Specially way. fresh air heats more quickly! 'I' Tyson Flower Monterey Road Construction Addition packing' shed (.,orlO through" now the Inlet. Existing'lC1 depths'traflic ''

Complete Line of Ornamental than old, stale air. Each year we Johnson Rio Sadler, Construction Addition 2,200 across the shoal ire four to live
Plant Material "The Indlaa I have deaths in Florida which could! I Allan Seely Sea Gate Harbor Jim Friend! Residence 12.0(10( 'fft!. ; '

River Arras Olitst Landscape ; have been avoided! by proper care. Frank DcmitoScldon Coral! Gardens William Yurillo Residence ,500 i Th ocennward end of the chnn-

Nursery, Our 38th Year. TIM I We will probably have more this Grey Golden Gale None Residence f., Oo net Yo III bo dredged to 2tH> fact I
Right' off U.s. 1 at winter-and most of them can be
Undolcy wide and l len foot
avoided." FerrantDr. Sunshine Manor Cunningham Engineering' Cabana root 1,450 deep over a :
Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone disianct of MX feel and the inner > NEON SPECIALISTSFort
Last year 242 persons died of Peterson" Krueger Park Glints Residence 7.500crossventilation ( .
will be
1-5332. entrance six hyIn l(> hd
fire and! explosion in Florida 201 I Pkrce IIOwaN '.13"
the remaining 4X-f( )
I over xn length ,
of them in homes. 'In 1962. the '
a total was 226 with 203 of themin of the shoal 1!

the home.Building, Is Good Investment AllowsThe -- --

HOME LOAN Duplex If Zoning New Bulletin on EAST COAST LUMBER

Permits Bathrooms Ready I & SUPPLY CO.

TALKS. Total $$108,309 first group of figures If you're considering blliltin.1 "Martin County's Ptontrrfullrfrr's :j

by don herold in the house number represent J a new bathroom \ Supply"
I the square feet of liva- an old ono )um'll be interested: In 1
Seventeen building, permits, were able area in the house. (The a new publication[ .by the (U. S *
(if issued in Martin County last. week other group is an office num. tVpartment of Agriculture housing I
f we ever: for a total of 5108.300. ber.) According to Jan Rein- specialists: 287.1611

w to self Three permits issued by the city ber.) Consult a local contractor Planning Bathrooms for To

t ti's house 138,100 building inspector amounted to for an estimate of day's Monies" (IIl(i.9'I' ) brings, you RAILWAY pRIVH l
; fourteen from the
county building cost.
tip-lo-date on new finishes, fix -
building inspector's office totaled v. I turn, and mat.rinls--plus arrange ..
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ouw'll Wfft vents that provide maximum, convcnknce. .
By JAN KK1NF.R: : .
A WHAT COVFR.UK: Duplex No 1744-143 Recommendations for selection!
I 17.14) of materUls and for space allowances ft WATER SUPPLY

For just 51| you can place a I A senior couple, after considering are haled on "research, con. M s twenty-word classified ad in Thursday's ; dueteb,) Ttxus and! Maine .
from the
Stuart News (on the streets, trailer living, may decide ona ( safely away property Agricultural A PY.,, Water Systems'
small duplex because of (a) greater lines. Ti achieve I h e greatest Es """ and
newsstands and in the Agricultural A
mail Wed- Vic-All Tank Loader
structural' stability during high amount of livable floor area for USDA's ResearchService '
nesday afternoon). We'll put the the dollar, the Beltsvllltf hid AT 7-0233
Same ad in the Free winds, (b) safer investment of savings building construction
free and it will Sunday Tress and (c) more "elbow room" is simple and straightforward, Tof a single' free copy of "Pl n. WE ALSO MPAIM ALL fUMMCMcl
6XM( postal go .to more than J and higher ceilings than are usually using mock types of windows! and I r 1! u ping Haihnxvus for Today'sIfotttes .... W.l.. ...._.
A First Federal patrons.PAINTSHARDWARE found in trailers-or in development other materials. A = ii w r /1OR00MIlDA00M ," send a postcard with i well*tmilltNn 9< 'UsMSarniNKiiii

I houses.Of The plan (above) shows. two C w wS your name and address, to the Of. S rvsriM*
loan adds sales course, it should! be men. one-bedroom apartments. divided ice of Information U S. Departnvettl I e WKLL awrruia,

AT 7.0363GALVANIZED tioned that in most Florida cities by a 50.fo..lon' masonry party of Agriculture Washington, _. ..
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t>, \, 2Q25U, Ask for MC-9.
a duplex cannot be built in some wall Eat apartment has its separate
value to k : residential zones, but requires appropriate entrance: its own carport, .. t L f I'' --
yourproperty Zoning and a set of utilities. \ The largest In the U) i

PIPE I Iq Since Duplex No. \1744-143' The H by Ih-foot. front porch I, I J 0 13.20 LIVINC [ I l lC I :Is the Library of Congress, 'It woe IVTIRIOK2H70344 DESIGNER:
Plumbing 9u..*llMPlM was designed for Florida living (screened with green fiherglas, net- LIVING < lame I more than I U.tXHUNK) books.1h. -
-' V J Cut !. Sk.lek.. due provision is made for cross- ling) may txi a summer living room i ROOM e second<< largest bran Is the ': a
I ClMtrh.l SuvellMMotor ventilation, screened porch, and a foyer for the house T h 1livingdining / ROOM a New York Public' Library with "
When you buy or build. remember <- Bru.hM rr Black. .A Dwkvr, dry about t.".'.''') books. fk'AIIITI
.. is 32 .
ftklll. P.rt.rV.51. . you may some day want INDIAN RIVER SALESON tool Although/ this is onlya and J 13 feet! wide, with a "Vi1 CAR /

to sell. II THE DRIVE ONE MILl, NO. one.hewoo1dupln., the rooms harrier" so placed that it defines CAR LINDSAY WATERCONDITIONING x .I J// 0:0.; .
JK.YSKN BEACH are generously iced and the the dining area and! conceals the t I l HIIIT.t.G&UI"ItiJ
If you have a ,loan on your IIrF closets and storage space are kitchen 'from the view of a person I ruanltuat,

property from First Federal more than adequate for a coupie. <. ; entering the front door. Actu 1.'OONT fUlee- Nrrvlce-II.".... .:1
"barrier" Is a closet pro''' $e.0 POACH ,
Ings of Vero Beach, with Its sav.I' I sing CompleteWATIB .
i Since duple sites are often narrow dry storage. (Incidentally, ; sat OCEAN atvft.PLsJMBINO .
fortable terms, you'll iiiNG' CONDITIONING stavici
payment lots, the front of the building it could scrv. as a "dark room" I.
it is a talking point if you ever is only 56 feet wide. Side windows I for an amateur photographer.1 \. The 5 by lfoiHbuihroom of resilient tile or terraz/o. Cuter MANY wATia S AVAILANI lorriNiaMOOKt "\ FPAILSAM
want to sell.Peoplei BY I have been kept to a minimum I Where complete separation .br I has a window toward U* walls ire finished stucco and ALL MATUM tiritiMi : R/ : /
I II with the living i room placed Iween the kitchen and the rest 1 of the carport and (be tub I is away painted In. pastel eulas.1he" gent "BIIC.I Allt TANKS ) CONSTRUCTION
know that the name STUARTFLOORING .. the house i s desired, a folding from, the window. A i by "-f\l1 saddle roof .1 is loppedwith Cad for TIFF: wrier lUrilnrss
door on a curved track can be storage room for garden tools. Is ry-pitched: "
"First Tel
Federal' of Vero" home
on a
and Plans, for this
tar gravel.
added dolled
P /MBUr (see curved line on i adjacent.
loan i i. i A M 3 LIB A 217-1202
something like the word plan). ,! The construction of this stati dunes were drawn by architect > *

"Merlin,",on silver. It stands for Cross-ventilation for the livln,- I on-grade duplex No. 1744-141 I Is Jan Helner of New Port Rtehe/, -- --. ._ --
friendly service and fair dealing. WOOD dining area .is provided by a three- I{ as follows! esierlor walls are of I- who Is tdiUir of Florida Vanes '
VINYL:" TILE [ sectional julouste window and door inch concrete blixki with I-inch- maga/ine. (Magazine available at coMpirncAtlOMOIIVE

You can save money on your VINYL:" ASBESTOS -- at the front and a wide (Jalousie" !u thick: Insulation board on I h V.I'. \Book hop or by mailing SI I Ito I

loan from First Federal because ASPIIU.T SERVICE I window at the back. The celling, room side; all interiors are finished I 1I(1I-.I'I(1y.lI ond Sired R. C. LINDSRY
RUBBIR over this area follows the line, of( ,, in plaster and the flooring is North, SI. Peursrmrg 10. la.) .J) AFPIRSfrvke/
Residential & CommercialPAINTING :
their initial costs and interest rates 'I -
PARKAY the roof (lace picture) and I I. high- lIA,.r'f \U/ID
are reasonable' and because they LINOLFWIKESANDING: eel ((9i' i feet) along the party wall. I Teeners Oldsters GainMore ''it 'RfI JI7-.44J7
give you the chance to reduce : : In('OK\11\G The ft1)' by 15-foot kitchen has ,
an I.-shaped work counter with
total interest, costs by
your making "Complete Flooring Sen Ice* : InlrrlorIRIF. the double kink (IS) under the win.

advance payments at any time Residential & CrnnmrrcUl FST1MAIT1M : dow and the range .IK) and the re-j|, Young, More Old in CHASONS GARAGE WEISPAINT
without penalty. frigcrator I IRF) along the party
287-4472 OR 111 PRODUCTSNICKERSON! wall. I the ...cabinets\ are shown; DIALAT7J3IISAM \ ,
First Federal can give you good I I doited. The washing. machine (Wl I II Florida Population Now
... ,..... .,. t/wre ft
advice on property values If you 227 W. Of"OL'E.. Is shown as part of the kitchen .1. aw NI.5. APPLIANCES
counter however, it could' aUo I The numbers of and depending on migration ( rum ,
are buying and on preparation of Mghto" Sundays Ii Holidays Uen-agcrs Ml COLORADO
OFFICE be located in the walk-in closet '
POST ARCADE I I of oldsters in FUwlda's population other slates."the .
plan and specifications if you are DIAL 287-4767 AT 7-2447 right next to the water healer (dotted hate gained al a faster rate than eighteen to orty-four age RHODES 217.1114ADMIRAL.

building. -- -- I circle on plan) or in the -.f dodge area (near bathroom Florida Stale Chamber of Commcrce 1 up '14 per cent 1''he forty-five toIsufyfour I

....... k.ra .. ........ a. .. .,..- Ihe kitchen open Mid an 8 by I pumud" out. aw group came to Irp9nA construction inc. I II Major Appliances
a .... ....s.. .._.. aad Leea 1__ RELIABLE l-fool roof-covered platform l I "llurida't populations as of Jury I ) and. hail the smallest. gain I
_ c......... y_ a/e et .. all which, incidentally enlarged be1 I I this year was placed officially an* group. I per cent."The & TELEVISION
.. _.. SFPT1C TANK screened or powuhly 10I Builder !
HIM slab sad add a" :, INC. al .70'.10 permanent residentshis 10' proportion. of the kraal
MMMl .. MT IIM. P. O. Rn tl 1300 South Dixie. by 20 feet to form a garden which. each .
1 Highway Stuart, FloridaPrrcasl ( number" stands 15 per cent : : age group accounts
(Copyrighted 1964) Mll! l<--Stale and. FJI.A. Appmetf Tank I The bedroom porch or has Florida two room.4-foot. ;) over the count.April, I, |VW regularcensus i 1 and paneling heihrr or that contracting proportion, are I h Innponant. IV Developer Benjamin Moore

5A\nARY 1011FIS wide closet (Ie i with, flourloccil.ing .
The tinder-five made Paint
WANTA INSTALLATIONS RFPAIRS E.VNOU1S pifoU doors, Three wide ..I".- I partially A breakdown official and partially age groups estimated I l0.If pee rent of the soul rn I 9-1 up :SALES OFFICE: ,Wallpaper
slaws face the garden and there .' .
COMFORTABLE Pnae by our research division, and 10 per cent now Ihei 'il.I
Nike . AT 7-2441 PAUL: D. COMRS, Pm. fa one narrow side window for show M2UOO, ( loridian! ,* In Ihe i teen to seventeen poor was 23.0 JK.NSIN: :" BMfllpovr
MORTGAGE . per cent them" and 24.2 per cent oiHCf: If UK;. PAINT
I Nlahlll AT 7.0260 IXRF.NE' B. COMBS, Secr-Tr. I five I through seventeenyeatoWa ,I
If .... /ease .... esk.ad. Holidays AT 7-2341 re group lip 21 I per' tent since 'now. The eighteen la forty-four
M.". w. 1..a.- ,.r 1.b.A .- ; rrti CTRKM w9lK IVAO." the trade body said. "The I I group was 34.3 per cent then" and 287-4710 i i SAYE, I'" ON
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w f. Yea -II. I : !I J4.0 pet cent now Tt e fueiyfivela
Mtty-five-and over group numbered
age 'I.iRClU
eras rn..u.Ie
.Yea.-sal w" -..u....... n.Nw1N 6)*,(MJa. up 24 per cent I' titty-four group was 206 percent Phil Baker i or
/ leg he "IntervaL. These are Ihe dllt'j| then and I I'? per teal now U OM !\MftPJTilE
RESIDENTIALCOMMERCIAL The WeIy-ffve..ndevtr! !hb. %fgr. I
I age groups which fatter than aft
plod Ver Beach 52-2373 grew I l 11.2
the Mate average."Three grow was per tent of theMai
'In l*,() and i N 12.1 per tent
ap groups grew al a IbM oldest
IIOW Naiiwully
FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS slower tau than the stale average. \i' '.3 per cent of pooprepresent thecoal HEATERS RANCES WASHCRS

.. Motors Rewound 'Ot" 22 Year Fapeie c' I The undrr.f1 .-,n" group numhvrrd ) population os* Ihe _cianedy." WATER HEATERS
JVMKX. up I II t per' erne ..
fr LOANAS30CIATION Home Wiring & Outlets ALL WORK This sliyhiry.. slower than average Waste from gUn. filter; .products
gain could mean a drop In lee-' has been used for fitting grounddrprewHHM.
OF Water Pump Repairs GUARtNTCfD: agora within the_nest few years, r
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Free EstimatesLICENMD
jus 14* Ave. DW M22373Vrrs .,..... aAhrnAno I OOMFST1CCOMMFRCUL

Beach, ITorUa I FMfcref lflgiw) .,r 217-IMI& er 217..17* \GASj

to 3 AsBy, IJ\DLh PATIOSGVR j i.: I V

*....*./eyr to 12. Ope SM 7 287-3(197( RADIO
FrMay e.teiq. Clesee al Day 'I PORTS .It DISI'ATCIiBDlb

",Pkre Cn Send Teen gr DOORS N
rirrmic ; ;:'a.d 2874330R

. . JJ7OHCTJOLA AT ,-.744 I 7 S..y Arm R.\, Iraae* ENCLOSURES Free Ettmatt I 1.6.Iladry see iie A-I-A CoUeM Gale

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d1 ml1 Stuart N lUn ERNEST LYONS'; COLUMN' ( .n

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< < THURSDAY, DECEMBER! 17, 1964 George, Jackie '

Published. every Thursday at 111 East Ocean Boulevard Hunt; What Are :!' j 'l '

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Stuart Martin County, Florida

: Entered as second-class mail matter at post office at Stuart Florida You Good For + erIH

,- ,, _. MEMBER OP: .
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N ., GOIU N LOCKWOOD, Publisher ERNEST F LYONS, Editor -N4 H 1r

,'\ MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4,.50 per year, two years +

,, $8,50, (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates:)

\ Anywhere else in U.S.A., $500 per year two years $950, r

". :. Sit months $275, three months 175.

Foreign and Canadian rates on application

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What Fools Men Be!

i r Stuart News, Warned About Cobras; L ..t' 1> t e w'l

First Loose One Found at Miami 1, f".i, .,, .;,

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; )for several years, The Stuart News has and tossed the excess plants into the St.
,warned that the importation of cobras into Johns River Now millions of dollars are George up
front and Jackie in hack They
are dOIThey
sub-tropical South Florida for so-called: "ex- spent annually in a losing buttle in a tier of
are good dogs because! they are good for
(hibitlon i sand scientific purposes" posed a states in the lower South attempting to control something, jv' $ ) rJ

dreadful. and needless hazard, this green and lavender plague
( 1 ,
"We pointed out that, sooner or later, despite There Is a fish in the Amazon which can er" I e
THEIR PICTURE to the other 'v!
came me
every precaution that might be taken, strip a cow or a man to bones in a matter ofa
'some of these terrible reptiles would few minutes. You would not think thatit day in a letter from J. F Murdock at Port ",
escape.We' would be allowed this Isabel 1 exa.. Ho commented: "both are good
to enter
urged that federal and state authorities country,
:absolutely ,baa the .cobra: fer-de-lance and but it Is now here.Conaressman hunters.

various tropical adders from any possible Paul O Rogers has urged the .. 1rLr, a' i .a K ..a'r .. .. ..... off
FOLKS AROUND Jensen Beach will .. .. ... . M
introduction: to this warm and humid land Secretary of the Interior to ban importationof remember -- --- --- --- ----

All that was necessary, this said piranha, the mun-cnting fish of the Ama- Mister Murdock as the proprietor of PORT SALERNO SCHOOL PATROL boys pose with their leader, Johnson Randy Stillwell, Bill DePuy, Elton Johnson Tom Watson

,,was for one fertile female cobra newspaper to slither zon, into the United States Murdock Cottages and Hydroponics Farm Special Deputy Norman Stone The boys are Harry Ahrens, Allen Furman Lacey, John Taylor, Richard Dixon and Lloyd Johnson Ia I

'through a crock or climb out of a tusks These flesh-eating fish are being sold in frying the Indian River He s mill experiment ,
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Northern cities fish In ing with a "chemical garden" at Port Isabel
as novelty tropical
'pit hurricane! debris its in the
on : lay
eggs increasing numbers I don't know what else! he is doing there, f as, I visited the McCoy brothers public county park with a beau- and location of said signs on L
I iverglades-and the Hooded Death which Although there is a Florida statute pro- but it must be something good because you on their boat docked at the Sun- tiful ocean beach by buying Mc- S. I, but it ill also illegal for . takes 5,000 lives a year in India, and countless hibiting Introduction of the piranhas into our can tell a lot about a man by his dogs For rise Inn dock and they gave me Coy's 180 acres that ran north to place signs on the MJUrighlof (
thousands more in Malaysia and Indo-Chma: ..miERs.tflw.siIHEEpRH thirty-day $30000()( from the .
a option at Jetty. way
state, where they might thrive if accidentally the edification of those who have never seenanything
J :would be with, us forevermore. cash but they would not put it Ben in town and he con Should these signs be allowed
useful in the was
released in our warm waters,, there is alwaysa more dog line than a
I The cobra is a fearless snuke It is sly on paper so I was unable to raise firmed that he and Bill would sell to remain there the other ,i I",
dachshund the above
chance that some pet fancier will bring poodle or a dogs are
any money among my Port Sew- clubs will have an equal right
and it to Martin County for $25000 I"
and cunnimg, hides in gardens under
some In-and then foolishly release them In black and tan, a species of critter with numerous all friends. place their signs within the
total $5000 down and the median
Bouses, Its strike paralyzes the nerve centers price
variant. mixed blooded and
the fresh waters pureblooded
of its victims. ,Confronted, it does not retreat This newspaper has urged for yean that who did as much to settle the countryas ofT opinions expressed d.rol those After price the and war this, I time followed it had up advanced fora balance He waited over in four years.office while strip 1 respectfully; request the ( ni,[

-We mention these facts only because a piranhas, cobras, fer de lances boa constrictors any of the human pioneers. the writers. It lettersare t to $75000 and I devel- you and I went to my see those long- Commission to give the Roun
gardener was trimming his hibiscus and anacondas be prohibited from entry o printed above a nom de knowing plume: oped a prospect who was ready to gone old county commissioners Club one week to remove their
plants without The News
_ the other day when he heard a hissing into the US. because of the danger that they WHEN THIS land was building up, you never the name of the writer. Let- buy so we flew to Daytona Beach and presented his offer signs or have them removedWe

He turned to see four-foot hooded cobraon might be released by accident In our Everglades did not introduce a dog or a man lightly, len sent in anonymously are filed and went to the office of an attorney I told them of the most beautiful have a beautiful highs.so .
hiawn. He struck. It with a shovel and marshes for Ben McCoy but he beach in Florida. behind its lets keep it that way.
; because! you would be met with the rejoinderin In the waste basket-The Editor pro- Yours
ivu taken to Bill Haast Miami Scrpcntar- is "' failed to come over from DcLand tective reef that the public could truly
Congressman Rogers on the right track either case: "What he good for? H. H
)um, where they checked all the cobras and -but he ought to include all the other pests llltRF: IS A ROAD to close! the deal The attorney enjoy and pleaded! that they buy Thayer
found none missing SAND TO SOU1110N smoothly got the point across that it in the peoples name. they
while he's at it.
'GOOD fOR' could better offer
meant: what perhaps a might turn laughed at me and told me to
!I HOW many cobras are there today loose In The measure should not only Include a he do? In the case of men.: was he a reliable Editor Stuart News: the deal, and so we left alter five back and tell Ben McCoy that go QUOTABLE QUOTES:

the swamps of South Florida? One hatch ban on Importation but also the elimination carpenter, could ho build boats! could he We do enjoy The Stuart News hours with an offer of $lZ'OOOon they weren't born yesterday, The He who I sees a need and! w. "

Of eggs would produce a doren By this tune of such species as have already so foolishly grow tomatoes out in the wood patches, was so very much where, especially wonderfulto the editorial the desk of the attorney for 180 inference was that he was askinga to be asked for help is as unkna

next year there might be sixty or seventy been allowed to enter the country, ho a pineapples man, a timber man, an read page articles by it is people who acres of Sailfish Point. highway robbery price for thatstretch as e if he had refused it.-Dintr

By two years, there could be a few hundred In the past few years, seven anacondasor orange man or a, bees man? Everybodyhad think as Americans and have the Three days passed and no wordor t of ocean beach, which he
1..- three- yeah, there could be thousands. boa constrictors have been killed in regions to be good for something and to did every principles which made our coun- confirmation came. Then word regarded so highly that he calledit There is no lie that many rn
leaked out that Sailfish will believe
Point had not there
"Blue of : is no m
_Who will be the next to see one? And the as fat apart as the upper St. Johns and the Cats and will be try what it has been and stood Lagoon Coral Strand
dog were always an who
exception been sold but not by me or to does not believe
my I hardly dared tell him what the many wand \
nextyWhowll( be the first' to, t be' struck, by lower Everglades Where did they come from ? sort of a surrends&Ja the female weld.,Joj among. other countries. client but by another broker, for,,county ; one? What fools min' be: Nobody knows. Are there more there? Only I of tolerated fripperies, although even in their It will be wonderful if we can I believe $125.()XX( ). My guess was but I did-and Ben blew his only lies.-John Sterling
\ Florida got the water hyacinth through time will tell case you would hear such excuses for being only understand that we just can't that the broker, who had lived He called them fools top in
a piece of folly The plant was imported from It is abysmally stupid to take the risk of as "Tom a good ratter." Cats live by their buy everything and that our lazi there back in the days when rum about 200 unprintable stupid words. No one, from the! beginning\

the Amazon and sold for fish pool decora man-eating fish in our lakes and streams ind wits, they work not ness has put us into the place of running was profitable had a warm A few years later, when he sold time has ever had security. \\h(11:
lions. A woman cleaned out her goldfish pool cobras In our patios. disrespect and being regarded as friendship with Ben and Bill. McCoy it for the $125.000 that you men- you leave your house you do iw
easy-going slobs had acquired Sailfish tion, he sent me a note and a $50 know what will happen on (tht
THE ARISTOCRATS of the dog world in Here in New York the problemis Point about the time they made bill "This is to pay you to go to other side of the door. Anything
I early Stuart were the alow-trail deer dogs and not unsolvable! but lift the political either regular or irregular trips to Martin County Commission ff the is possible But we do not stJ\\

they knew It Along about this time of year, haM that are running and from the islands for the Real note said, 'arid tell them, Ernie, home on that account.-f.IcalllJ':

; 1 There's Life on Mars Says Scientist it was up to them to put meat in the larder things and let the police do what McCoy" that Ben McCoy wasnt! born yea- RooseveltThe.! "J
I ; and they rarely failed they are supposed to do and are My option for $30,000 was not hired for and within six: months on paper; my listing. for $",(MX), I did. and I never earned $50 greatest charm of marriage
:.:?; 4 He:! Finds Signs of Irrigated Land There S these problems we are mouthing not on paper was worth nothing. that gave me more pleasure' Never in fact that which renders ,r.
MOST SIXW-TRA1L hounds trained
:, : : were about and trying to dp as But our last offer for $125000(}( i did like much being laughed at. resistible i to those who have one.
: from puppyhood to muffle, subdue and insurmountable would be on the left with the attorney was the key -Ernest Lyons tasted it, is the duologue, the pci I

'J 1 "There' is life on Mars," says a leading botanist One of the crucial'evidences that leads the finally extinguish one of the most glorious road to solution that opened I the chest for somebody manent conversation \between ta4 I
and biologist abilities of the hounds his buy. This was kind Florence and Skip else PRO I'ISTS SIGNS people who talk' over everything ,
author to believe in the existence of
intelligent of liko forcing a politician to appear beforea RoektcnwaU, Moral: always get it on paper ON U. S. 1 HIGHWAY and every one till death breaks the/
i i And w. may be just six months away life on Mars is the vast network of lines visible crowd without saying anything, but it Fort Tilden, N. Y. and it still looks like real estateis record.-Cyril ConnollyHe
,from finding out Two "Man probes" one the best hedge against LBJ'screeping Editor Stuart News: e
through telescopes !and Interpreted by could be done-almost.
competent Dear Friends Once again it becomes ,
sent out by the U,S. and the other by Russia, : Inflation. necessary approaches the "tidy.i
scientists as a "canal S Amen to notify the of Stuart
are winging their way through space, expectedto system Sincerely. citizenry mankind with great advantage;
send back pictures from the planet if either "The Intricate patterns of the system," says THAT IS to say k real good dog would -The Editor Arthur M!, Dehon, and Martin County that our who is accustomed to the stud
drag a hunter by a chain leash around his Sherwood Forest, beautiful U S. I highway is being of David Thorcai
passes within a few thousand miles of it in Dr Salisbury, seem to indicate that they are defaced .nature-Henry
waist! silent as if born mule, through/ palmetto S\I1IISII POINT WASI Cedar Mountain N. C. by advertising.First .
July, not the result of a natural phenomenon, but OK SALE AI $25,000 a dispute over the palm What
scrub and across burns! swimming across you make it to the I interest
; to Dr. Frank H. \ pine
According Salisbury a
trees the Port St. Lucie
perhaps a deliberate communications and-waier AMI HHIOR: RECALLS and of
sloughs with his nose going from blade to Editor Stuart News, : men to do, that they \\11 i
professor! of botany at Colorado State University Lighthouse Point signs
distribute; HE WAS LtGmu1': : ( even do.-Edmund
system I have read with interest about Burke
blade of marsh following the delicious
an evaluation of all available evidence grass though they are on persona! ] property .
Another of the unexplained phenomena of scent of (the red deer, the $3000000) ) sale of Sailfish Dear Arthur: ) and now the Club
.: lead-him to the conclusion that our nearestneighboring Rotary The
Point and the $40000000( development Yes, I remember the beginnings dull period In the life I
planet not only sustains life, buts our time which Dr. Salisbury sees as supportive e planned there. of that deal well. am truly surprised that any an event is when it ceases to h

: hat life might very well have intelligence evidence for his thesis, are reports of' unidentified THE 'ALMOST came when the deer was, 1 hIS little story may be of interest When I hear very all the shouts from member place their of the Rotary Club would! news and! has not begun to (x

.. equal to, or perhaps even greater than our own. flying objects sighted! frequentlysince jumped The sight of the red buck leaping : In t IV40 I tried to get several the public and the present County They signs will be in found the median history.-Thomas Hardy
strip flushagainst
Th most' significant proof of the existence 1947. The correlation between the closeness from its bed in a palmetto covert and flashingits Port Sewall residents interested Commission! about access roads to the light poles
.... of some' form of life on Mars Is the existence" of Man and the number of sightings at white flag u it bounded off was usuallytoo in the purchase of this land for the Inlet so people can enjoy that median strip north of in Colorado the first The longing for certainty an .

; at changing colored markings on the planet these times, combined with reports from reputable much for even the best trained of slow $$25txx( ) ocean !beach, I well recall that youcame ,Avenue on cither end. respose But is in every human mine 'I

which vary in size according to the different eye.witnesses, also lead the author-scien trail hounds. Not to give a bound forward later in 1942, while home on to me and asked my help Not<< only does the city have a and certainty is generally illtswt'
tist to the same conclusion leave from an Army base in Tex on The Stuart News to establish sign ordinance repose is not the destiny a
Climatic conditions throughout the year. During and an eager "buy-oo" at the flushing of the regarding the size man.-oliver Wendell Holmes Sr
.K, what we would consider to be the spring Taking into consideration all the evidence prey was too much to ask of the best of dog. ,

:"7' j land summer seasons, continues the article that Is now available," concludes Dr Salisbury, casionally when I lICe some of the more useless

..N great gray and blue"green musses form and "I believe there is life on Man and that it might THE DEER HUNT has left an expression members of our society, ranging, from the United States Shippers Must Use American
::: stretch across vast areas which are seemingly possess, intelligence equal to or greater than In the American language: "I 1 high-tailed it I
.... barren the rest of the year Dr Salisbury believes our own. At least the possibility is strong out of there" It means that you ran from duck-cut boys who hang around the corner: : Ships If Our Merchant
that these changing masses represent vegetative enough to justify any effort to reach Man and danger and were not hurt. The shot deer to the ladies who have quit cooking cleaning Marine Is to Grow

I life. explore its surface" drops its flag house or making clothes in favor of the social I

whirl One thing can be said of the Soviets. They to
expand, to build
... the latest technology I mw
are realists. They know a fact when ;
I DONT KNOW what Murdock: dogs they see
I do", but the fact that he calls them "good WHAT DO you do? What are you goodfor one, and they act on it This truism can be applied our vessels! to compete with speed and et \

_ .. Sailfish Tournament hunters" is enough In early Florida! there were ? Are you a "frippery' like the cue" or to Russia merchant marine policy. In fectiveness against, any fleet At a time when
The do have essential! worth? the plain and striking words of Rear Admiral so many
I deer dogs hog dogs cow dogs,, bird dogs- you eyes are turned to space the L Slug I,
not too popular except among the rich because Ralph K, James USN (Ret.) of the Committee ( both naval and merchant is still our !shining i

.: II I i Sixty-cine sailfish caught front thirty-seven sportsmanship There is no mad! rush: to catch a shotgun shell was a big price for a TO CARRY it a little further there is merchant of ships American Steamship Lines 1450 symbol of freedom-and survival. "
quail coon dogs, and that pearl beyond price, a !gulf between those who live by filch wits are today carrying, Soviet political -
boats' la two days Is not a record, but it is and release sails just to pile up points.; instead the combination slow-trail deer, turkey and and those who work with their hands. If and economic power to the worlds

"good, sailfishing.f each sail is fought In I sporting( manner, with fox squirrel hound. you are a lawyer, a newspaperman a radio ends. To touch on a specific it was Soviet TAXIS GROW
Sailfish Gub eleventh annual light from the boats ships thai carried missiles to Cuba and brought GROW AND CROW
Stuart out help maneuvers, and an announcer, or a salesman you should go as
tackle lailfuh tournament plagued by strong observer is posted aboard each boat to see "RABBIT DOG" was a term of contempt I did once to a remote place where none of the world ominously close to nuclear war (Findl.y. Ohio, Republican-Courier)

easterly winds on Thursday and Friday, which that this "do-it-yourself: rule is adhered tq. for the canine in the Florida/ woods, and, in thus occupations is known or nc..\Jed" This K by no means aiL As Admiral "Proposed '

forced club officials to call off competition We commend the club and its tournament South Florida, at least. a dog that ran deer James points out the Soviet merchant fleet Is will changes In the social recur"law

.. 0a both days redeemed itself by providing commute: for a Job well< done. on his own was a liability, not worth/ feeding ON THIS PLACE, there were no radios, expanding under forced-draft conditions.: adversely affect most all wage earnennd

.' excellent spurt Saturday and Sunday. no TV no autos\ no law courts, no newspapers Russia ship procurement programs call for negate the recent reduction of federal

I .. .. }: The visiting anglers were well pleased JACKIE AND GEORGE bring back | and no sidesmen The women' baked producing between 1,500,000 tons and :..000OlIO ,- come taxes. Social security rates to employ
desire to return and it memories of hounds I have known and I bread in outdoor and tons of shipping a year and employers
Many expressed try Every young man should save!! a hitch in many ovens made clothing are already scheduled to' f +,)
.' again in mid-December 1965, the service.. He learns to make bed, to take ,,what they were good for You Uont exactly i from bolts of cloth !brought in by the tradebout All of this involves/ direct competition with UP J. per cent in the next CG

." It is a tournament characterized by goads orders, not to volunteer! and many other skills. ,"own" a good hound nor is he demonstrably I I Iloo The men caught fuh and fended gar us--in terms of work power and influence if the H.JUae action is seven years ,"
;.. he'U need when he mamcs. -Changing Times much: of a friend" as some dogs are. eI in the natioful defense! We are notstanding instead per cent in Uul Perot:
I C WORKING "hound might better be laid still-the for which A" of which shows how virtu
A I WAS QUITE a CUf'Ql. ty. One day a organization any and an ,
q The Stuart News win furnish photo prints How U> stop smoking: try lighting the I to be a dignified partner, sure of his ability i man asked me what\ I did back in the Suies. Admiral James speaks has under way a $.4bJllioQ. tend *> federal programs once inaugural '
.,, of size up to S by 10 Inches, of any picture filter end ] row, and grow, and grow"
I and expecting as much of you Like any good !I patiently explained at great length that I 300-thip replacement program which
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00 oJlfoah workman, he was contemptuous of J JoU.legs ';"; for the first print and $1.00 for any additional. ws the first great financier he I,and that "look he gave anyone who missed I|paper that were, printed and kept people effort in our history. But a problem, anda but the politicians soon forget political prom-** -
w" ordered from the same negative at the floated a M of stock.-Stockton serious forget even faster
prints (Kant) 'possible< said plainly. i iAN abreast of the mews most one b found in the failure
r:r same time, larger sizes by special quotation Record. of American shippers to use American ships
Tip I
+ltuatt' News employees will not take photo- ,*-. JUT ARE you good for* HE STARED at me blankly. then asked: to the desired and necessary extent damps with to Lyndon: back a bill giving i tti' 4

r"; In.phs except: for Stuari the flews News.and.! advertising Poverty is a slate of mind which occurs "I mesa what, do you do for a living1** What To quote Admiral James once again. IOU income to.payments. !

i i id, The when you find that )ou owe more money than FACT of the matter Is, oU views die hard '10. very linle t.d
.b L you have-no matter how rich )ou are. i and the same thought enters my mind oo U Ottumwa LJowa) (,DurJdtqr
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F I St. Jude Mothers Jr. \Vfomcns Club IITRE AND THERE on tlii' iv).ud of trustees of Mam THE nt ART (FlorIda) NEWS
R. McIntire
JUPITER NEWS aroneck: lor many )I""'" hurralay December 17 1964 5-C:
Provides Many Gifts Wane Broumng of Macon .

Ga. formerly of Jupiter has been Miss Bonnie Patterson waa co'lad I'
I Install f
OfficersFather i
MRS ANNA MINEAR: Correspondent Phone 7464643Parties i New Leader I Mrs H Alva Neimith.. president the guest of Mr. and bra Kenneth home Saturday from Syracuse
., of the Jup<....TequNa Junior N. Y., where she is now Irving, by ,
--.w. .. "adur.............. .M_assuea W Meyer, Pennoek: Point Road, the death of ,1'I
Jerome J Martin, officiating omens ('htb was hostess her mother, Mrs. K.
: Comm. Chorus at the laiiJUight ceremony : to her executive board at a Christ- I this peat< week Mrs Meyer, whois C. Patterson following a prolonged RENEW YOUR
By Church Women}* I at t a 6 U) Mass on TuesdayiiMalM mas luncheon at her home 0 n guidance counselor at Palm I llllXJi I o rER's rec t to
Beach attended the statewide ---
High -
River Drive ----
of liter. I NC
W ilUam R Mclnt nas accepted new md welcomedtwenty
Yield Gifts For OthersChristmas ,' the poMtton of musical director new members" into the Confraternity The club director brought gifts meeting of counselors. i inJacksonville An average American: con eiRrH MONTN
of the Community Chorus of of Christian Mother of for eiht.\ellr..w Barbara of Sun- last weekendMr MOTH I less than three bu h ls ot I "

North Palm Beach County: Mr. St. Juetea Catholic"" Church. land! framing Center at Fort My. and! Airs. Herman Kellbergof wheat during an average year.
parties marked the I Joseph MimoKki" Jr. will have I Mclntire who is also choir director Mr. William Forbes. r*fect- era, who has been adopted by the Chieall"ill be the guests of -- -
many chuch circle meetings held charge of the decorations The at the Juno Methodist Church, od for a second term was iiwialM. club They also brought in the their son and daughter-in-law Mr. ""'" I / / I Sparkle with; the season-
these first two weeks in December hostesses will be Mrs. Brandt! Stine. brings a rich background: of varied M president with Mrs. SbMkhy 220 favors consisting of Santa and Mrs. John ke'lhcrg.' Country I
with most participants "bringing i durf Mrs Ernest Veate Mrsil- musical experience to the I OMKCSynftki.. Mrs I I.ugene We- made from baby food Jan, filled Club Point for several weeks. The i ''I Have a New Style from
gifts for others. as well as each I ham Wilder. Mrs Charles \\'miorI two choruses here. hoe and Mrs James Green, a* her with candy which are to go to the senior kellbergs are arriving Dec. i.
other. j awn Mrs. (J. W. f-oshurdt Mrv For over thirty years, until hwI supporting of I Ktn. state hospital for the mentally ill :

Priscill Circle of the Congregational -| Paul WiTick and Mrs P. A. Witt I recent retirement, Mr. Mcintire A dinner was held at North i I j Mrs Newmiih' sFJ e r e U.Mr. PARK PLAZA
Church meeting at the I I I was! director of music at Easter Palm Beach Countr\ Club honoring Mrs Jack Mathews. Mrs Bail I and Mrs. Alfred Weeks
home of Mrs John Starlets, River I High School, Lansing, hitch While the new oflicers Mrv Julius i ey. Mrs. Donald Hai/lip, Mrs. Robert Pennock Point entertained old I 1 I I
Drive, added Christmas baskets! i Phil O'Connell in Lansing he also served as min. Demske of Juno president of the Shirar bin Joe Akin hire friends this past week when Mr. BEAUTY SALON '
for the needy to their giving. inter of music at several churchesas East Coast Dennerand Mrs Joseph klimokkl, Mrs. Donald De- and hire Ralph Mann of Dayton 1'' JI7 W, OCEAN BLVD. AT 10213.
The traditional Mayflower C'ircle I well as directing the Lansing Seth Ford of North Palm Beach, RUJZO, hire Fred Butler Mrs and Mamaroneek N Y. and
I Will Install it George Ludwick, Mrs. Dan Hull Mr. and Mrs Richard Land of OWNER, ,\ IIVROWICKOPIRATOR
meeting was held at the homeof Apollo Male Chorus, the Oldsmobile who Catholic Charities chair .
Mrs John R. Dullois with Choral Society and the man for the Deanery" were also I and bin Carl R. Coo1ofIi.I Duncllon and Larchmont. N, Y, I ) BARBARA IIUNTUt:

the Mrs. Adam Bracht in charge of i I C of C OfficersState I Lansing i Community Messiah i honored guests! I MRS. 1.\l1RmAP\TrERSON were Mr Mann their guests served Mr.simultaneously Weeks and dJ .- =" RFCFPriOMSfi BFTTYE IIARDW1CK !

program. Mrs Henry Du-1 j, Chorus. Dinner chairman hire Thomas -. ---------;
Bois, Mrs. Mary Murray and Attorney Phil OConndl''' I In the summer he served as instructor Browning, assisted h\\' Mrs George Ain Lauretta Patterson! forty *: .--- -=--"'--. .- -.- -
Mrs. Harry Miller were co-host. will be the installing officer when of music at University of Mahoney and Mrs. William Wilder eight of 14) First Street, Jupiter, i' ----- -

esses. Jupitcr-Tcquestj Chamber of'I Michigan: and the National, MUSK presented the outgoing officers died Dec I 11 I following a prolonged 1-1-
Chapters of the Episcopal Women Commerce holds its installation''' Camp at Interlachcn. Mr. Mcln with gilts Father Martin presented illness 11I
of the Church of the Good dinner dance at Icquesta Country ; tire has published a number of them with their Contratcrnity She Is survived by her husband, '! BUDGETTERMS
Shepherd held I their Christmas Club( on Jan. 30 according to : original compositions for choral medals. Kenneth I.: two daughters. Mm I '
meetings at the homes of Mrs. plans made ut the directors meeting voiles : New members received were I Jeanne Patterson of Jupiter and I
Glendon Boothe Mrs Charles Tuesday night. I The Community Chorus will : Mrs lydia Burtlcit' Mrs. 1 law. Miss Bonnie Patterson of S>ra- I
Bates and Mrs Walter Roberts. Those taking; office include: Pat begin rehearsing for the spring: rente Commo: Mrs I Edward Ed-I: ruse N. Y : and one brother of 1 1' '

on Tuesday. I Snow Jr., president; B M Dukes, I concert on Jan. 4, and invites those I minister. Mrs. Jovph Bundarck, Roxhurv lmn. II r No Money t tI
The Presbyterian Women's Association first vice president; Jack Robson. who enjoy ensemble singing to join Mrs George (leorgeopoulos, Mrs. Services were held at the Con
of the Church in the second vice president: Harry Fin. them. All voices, are needed and I. Allen Hansen Mrs. Jay lla/c. grcgalional) Church on Sunday alt. Down
Pines sponsored the collection of lay treasurer; Anna bilinear, secretary will be welcomed. Rehearsals are Mrs William HorN.il. Mrs. JamesHodgkinson ernoon and interment: at Jupiter" I a
gifts for the mentally ill, as a ; twelve re-elected directors held Monday evenings at the Community I I Mrs Charles Ingram. CemeteiA '
group. Their Evening Circle helda and fifteen; new directors Baptist Church AlA, Cabana Mrs Ronald James. Mrs George f No Payments
Tuesday meeting with Mrs. Norma A promotional plan for the Colony Key Mrs Dennis killune. Mrs Henry S r..nnockh". is a'
Rice Windward Avenue while area in co-operation with the Juno Robert/ I udwig, Mrs Gregory pitlicnl At( M bry'. Hospital, I Is Until Next Year
the Morning Circle met with Mrs. Beach Chamber of (Commerce Bands Santa Floats Ma'5CranIr! \ Werner bunk | receiving visitors I
James A Chappelka.. Pebble Place. presented by L. Lttari and R. I hire Michael Palumho. Mrs Rob.I/ I -. -- I
Wednesday. A joint Christmas par. Pierce was worked out by the M'I In Christmas Parade crt Pathr"lIn.lr,. IVnitto 1 I Pcscil- Speedy Credit
ty was held at the fellowship hall rectors Plans 1 were also made for telli and Mr. Dorothea Schmuius PROFESSIONAL
Tuesday Dec 15. which featureda chamber officers who were not Santa arrived here Saturday Mrs Ff'OcsiII appoint her BUY NOW!

Christmas program and caroling in other floats, to ride in a Chamber morning escorted by a parade of committee chairmen at the first HEARING AID SERVICE ,
Mrs Myron Davis and Mrs. of Commerce car in the Christmas forty units.. The Jupiter Marching meeting in January Jay A. Byre,
Charles Schaeffer were the host parade Saturday. Warriors and the Martin County
Certified! AM
esses. High: School Band provided the Mr and Mrs. L. B. Clark Old GILLETTE GillETTE
St. Judo's Christian Mothers music for the paradcrs.Santas Jupiter Heath Koiut have had as
BPW / ) In Quality 1I..n.Aid. .
Welcomes SpeclalkM
brought infant's clothes gift Workshop, complete their
wrap. guests recently Mrs (Clurk NEIV I'lERI.ESS Executive 4 FuJI
ped. for their layette storeroom, with elves and the music to help sister. Mrs William D DeJung, and : ., Batteries, Far Mold and : a Ply
to be used for the needy, as their New MembersChristmas them work, was the winning flout. Mr. DeJung of Jlrad 'nton. Also! Repairs of all makes.. 4 FULL PLY' 100% Nl'IAN N11AN" nRsr tiNE ORIGINAL
Christmas contribution for oth This was>> entered by the Junior visiting the Clark Mr t and I SO* N. 7th M.. It. Time Guarantrd In to .QUIP\UN QuunvIUlII'ant.
ers. At their next meeting Mrs lights and colors Women's Club. Mrs, Jesse West 'f\\Nilcs Mich, ((1 Mink N. of tire Station) writing wear .... In wrlling tu wear
20,000 MILES 27 MON IIIY
made allay background for the The Jupiter Christian Day School who plan to make their home hereafter I IIOwaH 13035a't 1 25,04HI 1\111 U: a 311 1\J'Ij'lIl'i,
indoctrination ceremony for six.. float took second place with music the first of the year (('ummersW Iwe 4 .tvallgnment txcrptrd ("onlllln"'llI use A nllllallannlm'' exeepled

Crusade For Christ new members at the Christmas v.ord.In..! toothless youngsters deduct 5.01)0) moles off guarantee tan H" deduct S.OOO) nllles off IlIann'' onA
meeting of the Junior Business representing the song "AllI rs 1 .
Held RIGHT N' IItllI/lUtldS) tires)
Rally Saturday and Professional Women Club I 11Ihursday want lor Christmas is my two //i.
, ') evening. Mrs Robert ,, 1 front teeth!" TUBELESS: TUnELESS
,\ A Crusaders' Rally for the youth Butt Mrs. Sally Vim York, Mrs
taking part nt the North Gold Nils (J. Peterson, Mrs. Henry I The parade moved from Teques- 2 l'Oft .. I'OR J I'OR 4 FOR
i la Drive and Scahrook Road to
Coast Crusade for Christ was held I
Dusenberry, Mrs. Margaret Von- Old Dixie, across! the river to the !roll
Saturday night at the Juno Beach
Behren and Mrs. George Doremuswere Jupiter School. Here Santa ,. 3094 6088
presented "
Methodist Church.
presented with their membership the children with candy and! .. ,IIIilflli\ ; 2918 5536 x1575ns
The program. which was designed cards by Mrs. Wilbur Old. x15
and heard their j
for all the people ham, Mrs oranges requestsfor II ,14 JUS 6.52
young Shirley Floyd, Mrs. '
of the area from eleven through John Ziegler and Mrs Lloyd V. : Christmas gifts. 750.14 30.5'') M.OO itO0tl4' 35.2' 69.5J

high school age according to Ted hi near. 61/0x14/ Jl.Jj tlJ.U IUOU 37.111 7...... I
Delis Court, chairman of the Mrs. Richard Taylor played FOLK BIRIIID.A1'SOR1l.RVLD ESS I B50514 3".9CI All.Mil 9110/9Sh14 411,54' NOON
youth activities was highlighted Santa. for guests and members in 90f1/9 OI" 3UI 76.114) "hIS .11.1111 63,16670x15
by the movie, "Decade of De the Christmas party which followed Mr. and Mr i Roy S. Rood en- 16,66, 56.72 710,1S 35.21 69.....
cision." The film which tells the the ceremonies Mrs. R. D. tertained at a family birthday party I COHGR i iI 71h15 JU 62.1111 76ns1S" 37.96 74.927allslS
history of the Billy Graham Crusades their home in
Mullins Mrs. Ethel at Shelter Lane
a guest 3".2' 67,51
810 IS J.,6 76.52i)0620ulJ
was.narratej by Dave Rajroway irtday evening.: Those whose IUtl/
nro\\nk'O.Mns. :
Richard: Russell, $) 35.76 70.n Wblhwalb.. U Per 'fin. taua: ,
and Ain I Helen I Vynorny, n e wmcmbera birthdays were being celebratedwere ;
The youth program -was>> outlined who unable to Roy and Noel Rood Mrs 'i'.Iw.lpe talJllhie
were attend
:: I \\hll..I... 2.M Per Tin F.aira( 16me
during the Saturday night will receive their indoctrination I Harlow Rood and Noel Rood'i WIIHIGHWAY I.n U"
meeting and crusader buttons were in daughler, Jacqueline. I
distributed There will be other Also January Those attending were the liar. NO RECAl'PAHLE EXCHANGE NEEDED! !
youth activities, D eta Court said present at t the meeting I low Roods, the Noel Roods of I
but were Mrs Ihomas Turnbill. Mrs. ., .. ... ... UO I.
I nothing more before the opening Thomas I Palm City Mrs. Sophia Rood, a" IA. .id rips .frNr tar .Ie. .1 -In All Narea
Robinson Mrs Robert NO
of Ct1An/1L
the Crusade Jan 3
on '
qh! hire Judson Mmcar and her son
.do The Crusade for Christ will be Nichols, Mrs. William Morris Jr.. and daughter, also of Palm" City, WlltrXALICJNMIJSr 'Im: PAN.AMtaicA' Tin* co. orriM YOU
',"r Mrs. William Hills and! Mrs. Eve e'tsairrsri: AtiIn .
held under the
of the I
auspices I and the Roy Roods. .. .
... "
t leaps
Elliott. BY FACTORY t.--G.I. wrlllM W .It >
Billy Graham organization at the HOSPITALITY. NM.1 M rill:.. N INe .. II ,.nth..
ii.entranee of Palm Beach Gardens IK UNI:I) 4 8 8 a--rll,:Ni d N 1IM/I/ :,..::
:i from .Jan 3 to 10. Itttsiness ttuildings INIIRIAIN AT BRIDGE I coast to coast MKHAMCNle4 OIl=.H.0d.' N. ; o::I'It'. y.'';N.A'OoO N+arr' N't.WJ .di LLI'' W.'A.u s.
LisP.0... ... ...LII.If ......
Mrs. John ROM of Waterway I. I.
)::I Replace' Old Home Klirtlni Adut| C.'amL-- I,' ...N u..U" r..JI........ T.M c., .111.
Village, entertained at a dessert' ._ ..._.... _
I Adjust" Cmtrr AdjwtA 1'11I-1.1 ....NiN.11_ n MY.M../ IIN.t 1... In i..dNil
w./IA. .1-
bridge for the benefitof
"1 The crack of the on Friday .... .... w.A. .11. .NwNIN. .... YOU rAID -
pile driver on aiuSi I I. die N HI. ftH..i "e-Ollt l Air t'omlklimed Carr ,.metal. Y AND Ar Till PPHi
the Jupiter Republican ._.. .__ .. _
Wonlen'll IUn. s -1 1-
\6e711 the Indiantown sow "
new Road bridge Club. fll. ..ib I Slightly Illthtr :'.... ;r/rl C N wi:uuLaiisurNitrYO MuriasIth
means! more than the approach ofa PAN In. TY A/r/ CNIIMd.fH..a.d
new artery into U. S. I I-It also Her guests included Mrs. A. L .. 1.As.a" ,. P..1Pi.r..w.d

means progress' on Indiantown Johnsrud. Mrs. l.ymim! Autin.Mn. PNINNI N .... ............ .... ..1......_..
I Road. Edwin:: Pedersen, Mrs. Fred t.dt -... ....... 1 a
4 Michaels: Mrs. A L. Green. boa I l'(1NGRFAw IVV
Landmarks such
the former
as Russell' MM.
Green Earl Wilson,
Kenneth home home on the corner Mrs. James Mincar, Mrs. Peter 46JfI N. IIIIe Mabry1AhIPA VIMf tJ 10IHY I IN OUK MW U)(" IION
of Indiantown Road and I II.ORIJ\
Loxahatchee' Drive Nagil, Mrs. Everett Antrim, Mrs. ; 2903 )O. 4lh r. OPPOMIK ) u.y: 46..71| |
/are being removed
Frederic Went, Mrs. John -
to make way for new business Icr, Mrs A, P Cusack, Mrs liar- I FREE Wrlrf"LIrCt.ll lour pitRd.: HORIIIACelebrating
buildingsThe ry Miller, Mrs. Ralph Jepoon ands Glen d ttili tnj uses of XM Con rrme Moti llotiU I ,
Horne home will be replaced guest --- '"'J WI i'! j ::: ; ..

It'l\ e 4 I with, a $26.XX professional _.... .iv...........era_._.tr......_.er...........iv.-.-.dr.ar/.-.-/-/-..-.-.-.-.Ar-.I-.-/-.-....--..............................,..._..................'",..."., .'iIf"f. .......!!.. U! ,Lr.t'1/.t.t. !! !.dI'Ul! f..!' .:
building according to Richard W. ,, .. - -
I "" .. .. r.;. :w, fii.""" "" ""' .. .. _"""' ''' .... .. ''' ..""' eses YA - - - -i
.,' I II Hardy, who is the builder Hardy I t"i.
tfrzt. II I a II !local real estate broker and conj I' i j
; ;
I tractor with W. K. Hyotlam I .- f '' : r---- TU;;Coupon Worth
5 0 0 BONUS ----l
I !Builders for the new building, says ] : amlS01l

" CO.\tPUTE I I it will house a doctor of I ice, a I "'J' 1500 J GOLD It.
INTERIORSUnusual drug store and his real estate office I ; t'. .,
1 1t Attractive planting and plenty i w yy, tt tar. .. I 1
t of parking is planned for the ; I TRADING STAMPS

I II new building i I c ", ''' ... .. __..__ STAMPS GIVEN I

i SO Years of 'huh .he pwvlta. of any Jambm. product Ihb ,
Mrs. J. A Parr of Cocoa launtll.J
I was an overnight guest at the Beach home i!II Manufacturing; Vine Bedding CUT OUT THIS COUPON _________________ I

of Mr. and Mrs. Billie D. Jenkins, II

and one ofa j i i-I Palm-Point-Drive.weM --last--week--- I !!!1!-I! 'a-zDELUXE E .;. I Rm1

; r. """ ''' t tr
i INNERSPRING MATTRESS ,, r.;; ', yr4 .. .,..'
; ; ....
.f'f ... !
killdCHRISTMAS LfrI ii i: "" ,,. 'ifili'lMV' q awr '.

I +m t+ iI & MATCHING BOX SPRING 12 ; ,- .w i \

I'1 fll'r\f"J : 'I: L i'I
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t .
/ ;
I kordcf wpporH pros-Id.. ..W ttnmf. k., / t! i.I ,;
.-- !'1 --.zteI"1ft| far tuagrf |tfi.. lUch tot Aitdt 50 tf ..A .J, tN'yw. : _- .... -1'j I'I

IF '1CXfI:2E: PRDtJOYbuR I' !' .......1 cowl .... rn .tdt.!.. a... .tttud-Hf \ : 1 1! ..-. .....if J'I
ANCEScORS5 PUT to* -,..... A,aiUble ,,'ltk shiIraglk Inchct ettra VRnilirnl 'tD.rr "ft"1- ( -..,.",.. -

YOUR orSC'OANT' I II I I '1 a. UM HMM frir 5 9' !;"::J '.. ::1 .1"' f"___
741 1 BRIDGE RD. '-.. "4 I
THE SAMEPOSITW P4Yo.r : i I ",.flJ "'." ", ::J 'V, l
IIOBE SOUND546IMI i preaetst deaataea.a 0 Regular, Twin or (ffi; ..., : .
dw child,,. }- kwe CMMMktfatty -.:... "' '' : .,1.
.+' 7- pw*"*" r Full Site, each . 0. . Extra 6 inches Long at Same Price 1
LN TEQLC5TA74W737: : ally feU for dart action. OSM .

.1..e PTTMMMI) IMMtj reGS I

con "U protot-t )MI n.-t.D,., i

seRAmHIARTMAN.JR.- :I Rowell Furniture Company -.


I ti flLW 110 LcnCEOLA AT7-46OQ n.( I I I 1 The Koucll Block, Old Dixie H\>y. at W. 2nd St., Stuart, Florida, Phone 287.)8H() ( .11.11t

STUART ru*. : .:-"".:- 2l>4Ml "" .:_ r:. -oapiswAwas.


Ma.) I1'i,9yR
Tlmwday December If 1464
r of Churches
n Directory

. Organizations Directory r .

7"A i TwIWY
CIVIC CMAmtATIONS w Alr +1A 140 ...... Sunday School and Wor.tblp
AaJMIMB .- I A* Co ..lulMB'mror .
Wfol.. s B.. J. otmmaaky ....... .. UDBOM r e / 4 f r mJ PEOPLES CONGREGATIONAL: # JmrKMAYN4MT -

A...... ....... .id.. Ctty KdCoait RET A, MIU*
.. I. It.. tm, Ktrly WartkaJ
Uk = ... ahNBeuMol. I Guard AuMUnry a-m. CIo..... SlklBl
p jp? () ..... ......-WalWr 1. B..a.B Hi** *.m, ktorBln WartklD MIl_

rnl.a.w... w..Y Club I Mon. .P..... Coast ..... A... Bid.. r t D1AL-A-PRAYER AT 7-2512 Mad= botk ttTrloMtil
l"rr.Idrnl' It.I..1 It,ore boil Vrtptr Btnta

In'I 1.Ub. Taw BlchU. Ftrtt Nail BankCae..nut ChaTrmtn/: :: -1.. A. Waoha. i I ALL SAINTS' [EPI9COrAlW ....

Pu-b.Horth. dfvor Sharaa : lnd-41.. Tau. .*. a.Bh, OaurtboUM I aSSCMBLV O' COO-alai City i RCV NORMAN' B. FBASTtESnaday :
I y ryy ..;v. L H. DANIEL: PaotoT10ill
Pr.pnl i
0 .
*" Aataawtla .
Pr.ldant C. M RahraBamk M. C. Bawd .. teal Adju1..., '. 1 : am. Bjaday BakoutIlitl 7 it* *... Holy Oommnnlo
Mtatlt I ttiah-nan: --tVd HnoadM. mm. Mamhif Wanhlptil Sill Family Communion and
a la WdaMday* at .**>.. Hud Than? rilO ,,.. CannhovM / .;.. I p.. Tk. ..*.. Blblo I."d Pry' am l .unk haL

Coral c....... CJvID cuaotwHo* M.rtln Counlf MBMIBI CMimlMloa. ..PiJ' lit* BIB. taadar. Yoalk, Hor.le 11 ::00 am Morntnc Prayn o't-'
.. till son Jtt.m.ll.O :* Strrle* ( I.t .e
A. trl.trom: rhm Mr.. HM<< L. Wlltmttlbr JK -JI W.ab Dy.r.
l.i 8.... I .T; : : .
pnw dmnay Coimtfeaaa 1111 .., 7 i V m;, OmiMMBiiMM '
ymaT BAfTIST-BO* S. All.. A aBB* Tnatday T ...... Hole Commnnlo. .
.......' ..... AtBo**,!!** C. PlannlBf ..d Zoning Comnil.iloi ,., I Hk.V HJKKKir!: WAfKIN. VaiturI Thur.d.y-1* a.m Holy OommonltBFlnt
PId.at--tJtoIOIlD! a. v.. Buttons I'ft.lrm"--Ipk: Owanlr ..- ( Thunder alas* *r>lc*>

,Mae 0" tall *rd Thur. lit p.., Cbarlhoni ., I:II ..... WoraMp Korole' prlday-- .... Holy Communion

Ca..V. Club ., Staart ....... BardChnkmnnHenry : ;, 114* ..... gundan BckaolII Unity Ckurtk.T04. "'''''. Part Plains
Pn.ld.nb-Nn. John W Ha..ey I too ..m. Maralnf WanhlpItlO 11 ,00 *..... Church Bnnday
ltd Won, |*| O. Klndr4 { Tralnlna' Union Tilt ..... Btnlot. Wtdnttdaf
Wamtnt pm.
p.m. Cloktllbltmia Ind Moo. Ida ,....* CuuruonTO .. ,/ / i if"It:0.1 ? thr 1i4l B.: :: Fvonln. WoriblpWodnooday LUTHERAN' CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW

frail'''lont-Park S.I Civ Mttalln* Aaoaalatln' Mural_ of S.w.11. Point' .. r: r a 1'1' 1 J' Till Mid.nah Pro .r .......* lAmarlctn; Lulhtrtn Ckurthl
J. p.
'3.1' Mon. 7 .It .. Morqaolln d. < W Films vi.I '. Blvd.. Fart St. Ludo
Pint Natlanal
tun BankIndUntaw lad Wd. I ..!., Town Rail n R AIM CITY 'TIn1I .. McCard H. C. SI PC. PASTOR

*. Clvte Club -----.0----- .t avu HENRY TATUM Patwr /ttl ..... Runday "hooL
fraoMMie- arady BmttkBtk POLITICAL
Mow i p... ORGANIZATIONS ? ..41 ..... Paulo"" r B'hoolMMina.ai 111.11. ...... Worship Parties.
....blicaa Club *f Marts Caaaty Waivkl
f"". attack Con. Club Praaldaafe-Jaw* B. wataraRopnkllca I III) ".... Tnalnj UnionIrtl HOLY fHo, JlAViJo.M CROSS CATHOLlC-.bo
PratMtnti-Mr*. C.,.... Wllhn' E..nW Warship i'&NJr"H:
M Wd. t p.... J. B Wa.....'* Club Pr..IHnt* 11'_...'. Club. at Martin C:*. .. till pah pm.:: W.dno.rta Midiraak Pray. Haaaaa_Bundaya. Till t.m.1 Pint FrU

Jean *"..* Wamaa'a AttoeiaHo 4Ut Tut.,- Irp.mwlin 1 National ldoIIn.Bunk I Vg or ktoailai day, .. p..... Cnnf.lunt baron Mia***.

Pw.ldi.nl+Mri. Marl. WlHtr ; I BoVrrB ST MARYS EPISCOPAL
Itt-lrd M.. BR D.rnnlh Lwauga. CammhM..
707 ClubbeilMJrnklar Mat Oroaa BouUvtrd heart
Chairman-RdarJ 0 C 1''floOR, PO.IOI
r, M '
Wo_'* Club. H *..TnaaMrdaa SI. Hair irrty 1sI a0a/ : : ItIS .... Bd*, Bxhaol.lIHIOaM I fllK: HfcV AHIHUK' A. SMITH Rector
."_Mr" Guy Oromw.il" Mtatlaat oa 011anIClota\ "" .... .I MnralD warship Bun lion:lay 7 :IV. n m, Holy.Ku.-h.rtM,and
lad 110'. B..* Woman. Club r r r r r r r r r .. I:14 P.M DTCTtlopn Irdl nm Mornlna-. yrr (lt and
I I Holy Kuoharltl Undo 4tk
Martin Cant,> "' ........* Baal.*** Board OHOANUATtONt '1 iN ..... Bvonlnc. WorthN1it > eat.I Ilk) ; Lou ..m.. Bundty. ftrhoollII

fr..ll, l_Mm, Wilbur 8. Forratt: OhV.. Prbadly Matto. ,. : -: ,j." I I .... .lo Wadaotdat.... ChuM arantlt 1r.rorI followa.'BIO :00 a.m Hob Rnrharl.t 'lot and.
M C Auotlatla rca Mmtal Httltb FrL. I p.., ft Mar*'( IkttnkSt. BAPTIST 4th 1. and Hob Dnytt T:1am..

Praaldant: --.., Donald.. Bfhroadof Joipk CalM. RtV JACK rtKNAKDISI and 10,00 a.m,. Rule tfuihtrlBt.
14 Thnrt, BOOB, Th. lord Frwld.nk .4 Mr, tdmrd! KlDMlla ::41 .... ("..d., Brhool Mummer gihtdult. HOD: ..m. and 10:0.

M. C. C.......... AI... C.._ Steloty lit Moa., I a at. "'*kolSt. t't V .\ thou, .,m. Moralnl Won_. ..m. Bundara.EPISCOPAL .
!I 6,1t, Tr.lnln Union"
(''.'. .._bftllory John.onMartm Ja.ak Nay Nam* aalMy .w, fi4lpm p Bt.. 1..ln. Wor.htp CHURCH OP THE BLESSES

Memorial l ....$taI Amlllarr P'' .Id.nt-H' Ko.m.rla '. ". 1,4k> .... W.d_ s Praytr Mates I.\CRAMENT-a44 dials St.. ladlaalaw
Prttldcnt -Mm. Karl Btoni-burntr !Tkun. baton lad HUB, I ..., (.... i EtV W. THOUAB LOUCKa
|*t> Mon, Pint National aabMan' ...rrrre. rrrraBOYS IILTMA'ER, tight, Soulhcuslcrn Region! Manager fifteenth annual convention in Miami Beach The gift was given TROPICAL FARMS BAPTBT-Hwy.TI lilt *.... Church School
LBWltt KTAM-IL, Pallor '01/0/ ..... Kutbaritl
CtrdMt Club. SCOUTS OP AMERICA for Niagara Theiupy Manufacturing Corp II shown presenting' a to Mr. and Mn. Murphy by several hundred tales people and I tl ... Sunday fcvhool Holy
|> *uld.nt-Rt. N. Fran" ITUAaT CHRIST MEMORIAL ......)
II 100 Mornln WorohtaJ4
}:, Tuw. lilO p.m.. M. c Atr Did*. Trap d 0w ...,.,, Robtrt Pock hand carved and inlaid teakwood table with matching stools to diitributor from the Southeastern Region Murphy in presidentof p am.IB. Tralnlni' Union I Winter _.0. p-vly. !II... to AprlLlII

Marti County Itot....d CilMr**'. AaB, Ship W." "-4o/-Alvhar INS TLTV.1"111Thur Mr and Mn. Owen K Murph\ of Port Stwull.: at Nlngan Niagara Therapy Manufacturing Corp ::, pi: Svonln Worthlpl .. CHURCH 0' COD-I.."....._
P p... Wad. Mid_II 'ra,
eldpno--Rnh.O Hey ICVJlaETT:
; Bott.Pmunr4 *., 1 ....... Moth: Cbarck. Alh..., /" IIOBB
$ Thur. 7taO pm, Cam Km, I.t Not Bquadra* 444-Advl.or' Ed Kirkhart' DUNKLIN' MCMX BAPTIST-ladl........ :00 ..... Buadty Brboor

National Saeromrlo Aawa.1a.pn.ld.nbMr. Thur.., f ,..., Mttk. Chamk. Albany It. B KKV TED LOTT lliOO am. Mornlnf tWonnlp
Btrbtra An. Linda Cab Patk 41F-Cubmm4r, P. D. NUmtki. Berkcys Invite II.II .... SuudayAod. till pm. .
ith Man. Comra. of 100 offlna 4th. M.n., Til* pm.. CWtboll.. School. II $ llm ...... Morning Wonkla TtlO Wad Mans: faopkV.
Cub. Pack 430-<:...bm.."", F. nw..* C. D. VolunteersOn 1,II ..... Trtlnln Union Kndaamr
n.ldat-C.nll: k Clvl* .A"Ml.tl Lad Mao* 111 .._ Yautk Coat" fill ..... Wardilp Borvln
MaltonIr4 Tillpm. Wd. Mldwooa lorries. CHURCH: OF THE HOOD SHEPHSRDtlVnim -
Mond.y. Strut Matlnaal Bank JENSEN'" BEACH Yacht Cruise J
- '- T..... dOI-BcoutmMUr. i. D. r_....** ,p AT JOSEPH CATHOLIC-E..I lOtk It. !: L. ALLEN
Pub. City Cardan Club wed.. fill ",m., lammunlly Hall I + NY th j : RIV JAN JANUBZKWgKL .A dm.Hindn 5:14, ..... Holy Communlo:
rrttldtntMlM Flniwr Cub Pak. 4O1-Cu.bma.ltr IL<< Qulna Captain and Mrs Andrew D. ) Minx, N at T,1111 o.UiOO: 110. ..... Parish Eucharltt. Itrrno.
lB4 Thur., *,10 Maul*... Olvta CoBttrB 41 It Wtd. n pm. Community'Htll Berkey of Port Sewall have Invited Wo.k l.yai: Non thru fri. .- aad Sunday" SckooL
Cub Pack 401-Oulana.tar O "Up.' .Jr B.lurd. ,r 7..It.
I .. City'ChrU ,OraanlMtla* Ilk. Wdt 7>H pal. Lacloa'HtUCMta t aN'l the volunteers who man the ConfMilonit S.l.rd.r. and Tturtdara JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY

Frttldont--Anity K llnl.kJ' 'rrrrr.. ,. ..rr Alert Warning Services for Civil' .Mora flrtt Krlday of math, I.II M tkrlla Drln, Jtnooa Barb
tad. TIM Chin purr e till and till W Bilk BJB.BT. REV. NEWTON M. TWLLDT!:
and Fire Control Cen
BERVILE CLUBI Defense the ...110 .... Sunday Brhool
I P.krla.. C.d.i eM. Au.maMnPrwMat'Ito Club af Btaarl s ter on all off duty hours for a CHMISTOPHUia CATHOLICHoba : -. a* and II ..... Morning Wtnhlp
.. J. W. Maroc/ k, Blaum Saand 7:00. Th4nday. .
p.m. Mldwatk
1 lit, MOB, I ,.... k>_ Pmntdat.-'hub.:: .. '.. MottaaraalIndUntowa Christmas cruise aboard their I ........ al f and am. Rundar 8 nm*

Liana! CI... ......tI.. yacht. the date is Sunday Dec JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES-Britt Road
FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST. Sunday 7 WalohtoiMr .
pm Stub
I f[Mesa.-Nalt.r ..".0. PmhlanWena I : Klvaalt: Chill.. .aa 20. and the time is from 12 to BCHNTUT-TI4 Eat Oooaa Blvd.' Monday-TllO, ..m. Blblt Btady

Th.1'10.....,. I I .p...m... Banxr CltM. Canto$o.l."l a 0. "'..., 11111 pan Blnal. IB* I a .A 4pm. Boarding time is from 11:30': 1IKI: : *a.ra,BL, Sundar MornlB: UrtioolII Woriblp Th..i.-I"O.. Mlnl.try'MaoMat Sohoolt I.IIBonlaa

Pert 8Uma CMI D.r.n.pinhou .. Janata Beak L...... Club 1 a.m. 10 noon at Sunrise. Inn dock ltt TBi. W..... TtttlmonUI. : MattlBiRttdlna REDEEMER LUTHERAN

'1 *, sod Tuesday, f ,il. ,.Bt. P..dd.nt-Ed Bithmldl The Bcrkeys, who have long i) Boom.Hares--Yon.III .'11I.1.thru. A.Hat.. Y.10.rAround REV DONALD K. BCwROEDEB Ottaa BK.

Pr.nldl.n.'bI lilt pat* BtyBniir been interested in Civil Defense ....... I pin. *crept kolld.y ".00 and 10.10 a.m Worship
ro. h...,, RI.>MIMI> JuptUr-Hok Stand Rlwaauj. Club w 1:10: B.IT Banday School! Illl.** ClmlMIIIST
i.t Tbun.. ClukhauM 7 Pn.ldit-Robtrt Kara I invited' the volunteers on a vcr CHURCH OP CHRUT-IIS Palm ..,.. BdttMUbk. THE _

f part WBIBB'B carond/d ;i iPm Moo, T ,..* Jupiter. Lit* Marl.*. enjoyable cruise last summer Andrew COBBKLL.. MlultMr "' KINO LUTHERAN

Mr. /:: R T' iam** I has served the Sunday I h"-nl JOHNSON. P....
p..r Club r Berkey on
IIam.. Illbla
nl; w..... tilt p ... Cab. BulldlMrak.k R.T:: : BtudyHi 1:04 .
Pr.dd.nt.-Dr. .. am Cb..h Bthool Im
Iii Alllak County Civil Difcnne Ad'lIIlOl'YBoord ** ..... Wonhlv ... Co.... '
. .lrm.B-Mr., t><,...... *. Kata Stuart Klwanli Club:. ..-. ....4 <0. hl for the past five years. fm. W.. ..d.' 1':10 ..m. Naming Wor.hlp V f.

-lit, -Wad-.U -til-* ..-..-koniM- - Pro.ldoat-,. H. '...... .. Rlploa 'I" ,... MidII 11kb. Itady FIRST METHODIST_I MM Colorado. A*.

CHAMBER! OF COMMERCE: ThumH 11,1, pm, Towa Baas I Bahia Honda State Park situat THl CHURCH OP COD-PUl.. H Nt...?*. ALLAN.-... Momlna R. BTUART Wor.61 '"

Nob* SMBB- Ituart HUSuapor* Sauar Dana Club only forty miles from Key REV B1LLIB: MoAJLPlN 1'1110 ... Chunk. Bckaol
prmidnt--Gar 0rlmmhd / Proildiat Bou.oThur Wes | 0,00:, B.m. 8undaf: KrhoalI : II ,00 a.... Momlna Wonl IP
'ru... II... o..lt' iua1M *.i I ,... Youlk C.ntal f is the southernmost State tit a.ra: Marulnl Warship. 1 it* .... Youth FaUcthlp
j tae .... k;.onln Wanhlp.'
Park In the United States (
tau. ? Baeh A.. Stuart Lloa. ClubPrrnld.ntBlbwun TAU. p.... Tint., P..... Moatlni TRINITY; METHODIST__ Barb
I pr..ld.nh-.RIhad. B. CRm.1I \) !_| lobn.,".,,' too ...... Thart, YJ*.B. .r.lo* RKV.: NEIL GUNS A LUB
lad. MOB, dnd .,..tol'tl. S p.Yla ... lnd'4tk Was' I ,.... Tow Roam 7a I r..11i u. .11)511RTl.HM MVTt *.41 a.m. Sunday ......1
w THK UNITED CHURCH OP CHRIST I lion ...... Wonnlp BtrTW
I .
f..mlA..' ,k-B.,..: Q. .1.......,,' / StBart I.nnldwtuula.Soraakhal.. Mlllor Club Null.' OI'IIM. .. la UlltM hr-rcbN roll all, ) the j ( ........._ Palm CHr) 100 p.m. :Eruing Woeahip. ... ...

Thar. I PJB, FlrakovMP lit Thur. BOOH FUmlntfiIrd Ifn"1) ... Do'n.I of 'allflll' rumhhbh.hPPh'!: of BkU. .\. IU.IAM B. WILSON/ Paalor Jr0 BunJ.rw. ..
.ThuStuarl.. .. noun. Auihwas. y..h'. Club !I Mn .. ..U Jn a HP*. I.41 ..... Charth Brkoul STREET" METHODIST .
..*.. Ja.aoo I proehl.n" $ M. Co,". "..
.7 Mlmk KM limmiibiT.' /N.
tntf than.. 0 ..... I'd.n I.....,. 1110, .M...B. iNane. .' N.I.o" d 1 Dili, IP0u1! .lb.urrlreotib..l'brk; nil | II.!. t.w to I pn. Wtdnatdar, Worn '11.0, :::: au.d.7lnsa.b..Lhy Mon, .Oak .
K.l.lt M>r>hiiU DI"..... .. pupr 1,1.,t t the Irrull Omit at the County 01 t.llo .hlp "0.....'. 111..10., Raal7. maoa (lets
I r. r. rr..rr "lUHlnu.a In Hniurl.. Horl.lw, for I W." of ash month .
ChNrman-Phtu Bwnwill ---i, -I a0 1,11 ,"
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Itk T'bur.. mart, Ckamlxr: lundas VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS' ". tulluwlnlJ I'RTlnHMMTIt : T Pnrmrlwema;....__
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Aawkta Ltfloa, Jtata Iamb Fleet nf ;Mulnr \ rhli'Inn and TIIH ('01 tvs JI IUII1,, ,t f"'RT BOO Bard ..*.".*. CONSERVATION: ('utnmtndwr. ...k".... Grimm. (' turn riiulpinpnt Flenl'r ot' vi INTIS SuIA'l'1. 5'rl'rBIll" TaMra. soak mo.&Io1
4... *aSrVbNlk lad.Itk\ Mot. I pm. Lois. XtflAmarita ::rl't.: rnverlnir rlra hahtnloirvlndtturm : .'I.ONIII' SOUTHERN
.n..-- *. r-rr-. .e cvcli UK. torrmrtuand IN THE METHODIST ,SaUrp.
froe'1u.... T ....... lb.., Dosed. mottlni Ulloa, Stuarl I irannpnrlatlnB on all bunt tN; It fflAI':: V.CHARLtS O. BFNNFTT
Tau_ I p.m.. Bill unto .* Library UnmmtndtiLhtrlM. Klna rlnatrr Mqiilpmrnt: nmltly \1'., TI( .I.rltt. REA 1 410 a-m. Wanhlp" Borne
I lad aad (\Ik rte' I ,.Bk, Lotto* BallAaMrkan lnjtirpniportv. dmnaKit llahlllU TIIUIME1I 1/N/ *"". BuB
hub Pn.M.t-Cbuwu Waltwi,U*"'ia klddnl ttalta. ........-* in Ilia aaiaunt of Iliiu:: mitt DerrnaeAOTICN t III T..0 p... Cvn'ln I.......

I ... lit Mot'I Bank c.mmesdm.Jlm: lli.lvABwrtca fr arh pM-ann and I ilu :nun It II.F:1)1'IOHS.1n : 4.10 p.m: : : Buena.
|Sub FrU 4\.11\ 1st.. 1 ,... for rack aon/Aunt'/ and propertydimnaw 110 erritor. of the IdMsl.. S1vj"11"? Mona M..ln
junior CaaaarralluB Club llahllmr: : i in the aui'untof of MnntKonirry, Hta Crlmnnr _.- tau ..d.y Partr M..I..*

j w4. Ttlt ..... await Ytalk Cbr ...ht. Auainarf, 1..._ lamb liaoili, ) fr aih ....Id..nt er >..d. Mr. h..rby notified and .e- FIRST METHODIST_Ii .._
r..ltI.n"-Mro. Kmma Bnrdar upon the motor vihlilra.' hmvyoqulpmrnl qUII..t tn fllr any ilaltn/ or dr. RBY; GbURGC K. MeOoHy .
AM.ra ytelul sleh: t.d.41)1 Maw 1'm... ami 'nrrhn.anlrsulpmrnt I .n.n.l.I which th.y may hay tKdln.t slot am. d. Brhaolpm.

Pruldaku: +W Ok Mini*'In A....... L.Aaniller. Ituart I o...ti..d hY Martin all ."'Dt In Oho (iffa| nf the Ii:100 a... Mornl.l w....... ,.
tit w.d. 1 ,.". pan..I -ounty' .nd fir and thr-rt and (rimy, Judo of Martin' ('olln')'. I.1 : MTP
Del W.., I *.... dl'........ trJia1t lb.FI i i1 Pnalho0-Mr.*. Tk.ro.a. II...>. ....mhln..d: Hillltlnnnl l rnvenapa rlnnla,. In the voiirthouno at HIM. p.... lt..nln Warakk
.... ------1 In *U lIu.. I >.., Lo<.ha Hall Sri, i'Sit .....
- on all Luunly award minor volir MorlflH. within HI* (I) calmilir J p Thursday, Junior. Ckoh-.

B EM: tN'l OKOANIXATN3W: Mina. Caualr: Barraiki, W.W J V"'--... .... ...... hlrlre. flr.'.nnlhH' from th" data nr the ..... Tkuraday, alor Choir
Cvmmanilor A Klna publication of thl. Notlrc
.. Baab, ,.h lat'lrd Pit,, CoauvMartta flrilor of the Pmril of Cnnn lalm/ or dnmand mutt h* In
I 7n>* ..._Mn. Marl Profit THE LiniE WHITE CHURCH flout In the Christmas purade wns entered by the Jensen Beach 1 H Pnmmlaiilniirr Martin fiuntytlorliln ...rltliu,. and mutt ttntp tha glare RIV.!: DNEY A. "
tit Mand.y. 1 Bla, County ........ AuallUry. .iHMnnibor nth l" 41OIMiTKV of rrilrnr.* and foal Otrira ad \. LOWRIIt'Aawtal
Area Chamber of Commerce Built by Don Wilkie. the church will he uced.u a special Chri tm..' IMam
1 Pra.liH>nt-Mm. Walk N. Hull dread. or the Wsnhp: .
IlkliCHn : rlnlmant and must h.
HBM Reel.....JMk..Add--ly Fir. PiiillBiHtPraaldml lat.lrd M.. I ,.m. M*. Com, Chunk decoration at the home of his parent. Mr and Mrs. Ilirry Wilkie. on North 6th Sircct in Ocean .rk t rioard nf County worn lo 4iy the rlalmant.: hit: arnt II I[:% u: :. Bunday Warship bhod......100/ :t

% .,, 1 ,..., rirokoM* Vet....'. CwaU of Mortl. Canal Breeze Taik beginning Dec 20( (nmmlnalnnrra. Martin or attorn/t 1 It Kill 11010110 Void : p m. Yowl Ptool.. || \
: fihalrman. .-John, W. ..1..... 1'nunty. florid rrnrtlinK I.. law !
i.r4. I.au.a) ,r-- AimlUar led 1100. I ....... ._....... (... .. R... "nny' wfMu t'I(1NfT, rr noted t 11,1.| lid day of DrtmbrAOHPH PRESBVTCItlAN t-OMMUNITY 't
Prolilon- Uori. Johnson -- --- ---- ---- --- '(',. fomtnliininnvra Ib'al/J UU.I rloto _iidKHJN.I .

end Tk.r*. t... ..... TIn1aNBut. Y.F.Wtuvl I'ub.oN'. IT. IIKIII I HOFFMAV DICK OM. Ptttatm. i'.

-.. ".....- Fin il.part l Contm.ndrr-Oon.U Aunlln KIMMFIt: .. r:xwittrl* nf ; Sundty Dctool ,
f .Id.ao.... I....... ....6111 Tkunkt Uoidaa Oat BaOdla. Iv Till''! "'fVt1'Y JI IMikya "n, HTIt 'he Kalnlo. .r 1II"nl.om. ,12! *.". Warship' "trrlc ", t
At U I YnN MIM'1'It "UlJo.T SItu .. .us p.". Pll_ ..
dWe4" f..., Plybar .- V.PW. IndlaBtainir ,, n \. 5'1.uullIh nl'OHTIIIIIO"l:: "IT'oi'ou"Tiia:! ov full .... YYuN Adult Y..... Iyuws, .
'" ATEIU'AL < t-lr4 Sab III Pal MOBM
Anat. J.| pm YOI'1I .
ChanOr* .l Bo "" J.:TATF OF 5 Ptu.rlt Vloridt' PI'm. iioa.h Commlln" CaslNy
1 parr Ceuallnr-Joe Iryd. VPW A.......,, Stuart IARAII A. '''fIf.'!. > Pub: ,: Dr!,:: lo, 'I1. }4. II t. 1M| l'all t1..Soon une. Fort Hares Book,
.P4.4.O blaa? I is a... Mau.M Oonn.Bd.r Mr> Jonnl "Bmltk a .TV.t.aa..i1. ) nohin $evir, .It am. Sundap
> hPI Busch loha4. ..,. .....
Mataal LW*. lt-lrd Wod: floldo* Oat Balldla OTKP1' nr APIIllTIOt. FOH yiTIII' till '''''IOW) Cwdsi
Vor.bh.rul. 1II..a..t.. K.llrd ...'lb r r I.NIIN Tti a lLn"l\Uh\ FI.TvtHTIIH MMiKTrH: : rlrTITKII 1 /Mnitlie PEHTaCOSTAL ..I.L&Ctilln. -......"' .
Mtooal ,mul.Aka. : ) HTVTB TOtlulb : eKINNEb
I t m MISCUXANBOUfMI > t..ar
Ihrrohv Bhpwd.rnl.nd
fbart < shot
s R. Horn. at ImmtrllUn. .VdmlnlttrttrU rlvrn lOdI .... Panda Prlal'
Mlhr CbsM. Elk.ta.IdanFMrs. C.. AIr P. lit ( ; lraroNala ......
Dorothy R.."/ Commandor-Uuul.n n t. P. .t.*.( A role l \ de..... 114 Mouth Dnwrr Vet*hrt4I uIll.| Law: of Florida: Npm.. W......., Bikl Mad .
lad 1 p..... EMs ...... Mara Tvotdar 1 S :.a. ..(root, llr...n.lll*. \MK-hlpran. : Itutkt Clerk of II,. || rrclnlrr with' the THSEMANE >
IrriiH Ponrt In and CHURCH
>avla. Itnut. 1, A.hlr' MlrblaanM.lvla OF CHRIST
.... Bliml rM. .*T>rttr CIIII': at 101Ehdrmunl..a I pohlnxtn, II Kill* Nntd.; fop l M.rlla Cniinty: Florida: upon 011 CHIlISTIAN CHURCH
ra elpt of
ana* Ztta pun'tor Ca.bsaaaallra apart Mlrblaran: Mllilrml. II..hln- thlt if, proof nulillratlnn of 4.lBAIFRJ.. ManiA
Trool,..._Mr*. A. J .Abkaltjllrd llroplor-R.. Phlllrhb.. r n. ".1* Hamanl .....lnaw. Mlrhl 1' not I ", iht fictlllou nnm, to.a ...1f : 1 Mf Moan
( Tburt. I P-ax, bo.Ms1Q U7 W. (M.. AI' ,.4011 l lean Tlmnth I w'hlterrh pMir\y! : .. -rr-' llohal'
7nMI..h ovnrrx: MART ...
,lt. al. Hand L k 1 .; 8orlot.
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Lady Oallara Ai.atlatlt ; under wblrk will .. In 1 ** *.-. T ..
00-- PM Cheer Iltra.a larTla l.il Comfort Rural w* an-a rtda/. Blbla' Btady I TAN
rmld..k-Mn. Jo. ehh, I Pnddak-Mm. Hill HartttltTut H .:nr No, 1, in1'Mm.heln. Mlrhla-an; of bualntta bunlneu hnvln. our ".rlni-lpl Var-plea M
....r. nu. I p... Yaw I *, lil* *.., M. C.Quit a CM,.CrabUwly A.n.'A J.m.' 1011 Plnhh4 $i M.1. lilt In lort aalr-rno.
Rmbllla. ,,, "In.... MI"bla-an Wrnrtrll molr '. l.n..I YIt.' : hut she **'11".
( A* AraorlaaB Art ClubPnsllayMrs. I"'.r..'... I" sold' buelnal N r.
i,7Btn.{ M.rjori. M.ssim b A..... ArbofltatIrd ', lake "Vlnwflrhlirai%: \\ a MoA C"IHIU.F" K and 1.\\lr:1I M. 1'011. Stuart
lO lu
s Rv >l-. \ >lnn.. N.I'1. f'Harnt TN" Rotary Club
1'10..... koaia* ot Pulm rinrld. a04
trd city,
frl, lit lama n. .
pm, '''Vga Vlrhlian ration I ( 01. trial
MMktrc: DoMoUy: Cbifcrnaldonb WrliM Mart. Caaaty ,... AtlttlaBla V .1"1 I'n.I..... Ml.klvan : I'll'l m .rI .. 'I"'.", .1krp..-. In ara nn ..,..., poraona I Mara W.... 11.11Dr.
Mn JaaktoB ,1 I" rvdar Nnrtnita Hlnl. Vt said
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... Maaoala TAu.Hl.ry ... PratldtabHtrrr Mint*.* .. : ._.... R Allha.
*... II.*.. "a n la I:. Vllitiaa (*.< nr BDrlna-a. I hi: RR .
..... Ur. lt Maw 14* I.** AtrnvBltir*] Bid.. Ml.-Klaran;: Onl. M. X .nL.w. CVdJr Pt.b ttr... : P. rfi' Pra1Mo1.
b> I'. 1' If. '1. 1011loners
Martin Caaaty Golf *ad Caaabry Oak I Bprl"*:.. Mli'l.'..B: J.>.h. W .ri>i.., MSumh aSannbSUNRLSE
J:C aai OUnrl. KB**)*. /1 I'll II "' ...111..',," Avow*,
r Pratldoab-Bd
Hllba* KiPand oC1.hI..n: I'ohwrt c.ilMllHlHd -. op nTr'll"' 'lot Won I INN
_. 1 .... IOOF Hall lit T***. lilt *.*>, "' ....**) : u 1" R .,' Phnr" tutu'.. Inn- "........ "...I......:" Fe-T'TU" ttWM I

ladtwtadanl OJap .4 Odd F.IaaN.k4 Marti Caaaty Pan lianas MTJP Lp "IIurna. : ".... Nmlro I. II....." plv.n that tho I
Owe-Iwu4. Cka .. 1i 1' ,U| W. 5 !No...bn"ll5' ...01".1...... under. th. prnrl.lnnsof I'
hmMab-AIb. nauSN Ml" hlp-.n' Kicking Cut.. 11111' r.-H. I kuot.t tlU. ...... fir Plnnds.1r'e -- .
Uti1J ;;. : ; :; ..O IUOP ... dud Thur.., How lap .4 ".'., "", ._." VW-hlf: Trinma 0' .1011.. will.. nuloI.P with. 'h"
A...... Ida ClubPnuhlalMunn ('"'o..111... 1111" ..... .. wash.Inutna .'Inch .t th.. Clnr/l .'sump I. ...d CITY
RHb = :'wn... ._. Pool Hi.. Rrh.."ttrr. >".... for Martin County Plonds spin
": l i. "' .1otn. ".......fn.n 4"u.otonr. r01.IW ,f prof ; puhllrstlos of
.. WO. ... lrdTkura. ,.., at. Jattvk Mavlltata i
/n4Mb Ta.Su S p. n? wham, 4>..l W MIN H4. IAIM ...1\... lb.. tlulilhrw acme. to- COMMISSION

Boat m-... Club ... ABntnftO Marti CMtp: Hitwrlaal. lull*. NunPvlll.n NH-bla.w; t \\1Af" ..111URMI'IMC
jpn .. PMtldta....... Mtnall n rnntlanr* Burr-how 4 'W BRrtTHRRs STUART t ;
IOnt-Oaura t'I'.u. lad MoB. ills p.at, Phrtt KtUontt BkMultM a 'I" 101.. Narlhv/11Ib 15ahlnStpnR '..,I.. ..hlet! we will ....... I. : .
.....1 ... ill Mh., Mr.nns Mur...w4 buinea, 10..,.. our pr'nrlal. 51.11Or ,
;: w_.... 'ss" ... I. iMp-,,11RwI.N1 Uttfai Banna. Ton ARM HLRWPT NvrIr1WT1hat "".,..... I. Plur4 1II.nl. r-- RF.CtJURfI1'WC! : 't ,'
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M..u MvHsdald.nl.Mf. attratary-Carl B, Tray r a verl ll., .4 _tit,..r ..... bows 'I'. 1. Ibet ,... ..'... Inta.r./ad :
( aaM lad-4ta T.. I r ,,,,., by W41 Tr. 14. rill.w a. As.dtl.rv Is. 't.4 bnatuna err PA 11. ,It Nn. r
...-...< .akFab ., _? ..,-..., /n wild ......, Nlrlc' .. sad "ytANK! n,It..WI..X .r IH P 'I. 2114I IN 4b 'i t
M Clap. HaM Btmtattratm CMPr.ldn lay far .5(1'tar Or..."". Fun' lit".. Abide end Ih.t It.,. hr. MOSD.\ .
Pn cu.: Macau ,tn... ..-Mrt. ElUtkolb: Ptttaraa 1 1men'!. ... ...." ..54.uorthed 1'efnN Roleh." .".,....:;,......! ,._..tomt" I. ,..M7'iltWN

..w'" 11-. P'.np haw lot Taoa, III* *.*w Ctrl* Caaaatriltilmn : ,.>" .Mnm real l.nnt.. : Sport Cloy ....
t Ih.ta.... 0111'.'*. Maw l a 1 N I. Rft1rk"K
Kaal Club lot '. M.rtl.&Y.. Panda: l'APL H.\R"'Wr'1( fwbJlt
I n. "" Rau Ird I IW Pub the 1.. n. a.. It, 1111
....('.. W.... It .... ba.aO.d.rha0AMleaab. Ml AT ''t.f.1'6'for BMBtlBB ,..*. r | >t 111. Snmrdie nf _
i'Iu, l .to Ma ritnl j t0T4W '
... 'a1 P C Ob1bmpt..4 Port ...... Horn DimiaitraUo CMPratldta ,." ..
:. :(00 R., $=.. ...... *--.II... Illlak N.wlln .. I*. Pa. I.. rv>a.* in._ L"err to ......., riven IMF. lb.and. .
or ,at Than I "* p.m. Clthi. c.... M"'ln.tlty R* *>rdB. :' rl.ad' q.4.r tk. p0rlonseof (
tt.b.h.hd. 'Lamar platy. inn prnrl4s.
: Owed rota (INoo ".n Iplld. Playar. .. Marti Coaaty: 3t eP'r q and, roil ara I.nbp rMivlrvdJ la flWwrtnoa Aria i *f IMI. win ....>t.of. _.._ .he.

t...... II..... S .... NO' Mall' PrtldtntJokaaM. C. Bba* Pan w 1 pt rl d'fMUkM barns wtlbn ;"\.,(>f brrn4t ,, **< Church of Christ
I..An. t.,. Io4.Ird Tkuro. S .... Coaoral Motb.<| t. t; r run, Itt i **r'. .f n. Ik* ftr* P.. : ., ;", .4*.i.BB Bj
............_ in-' Bass .tt( Tkun, p.m, 1..1_ Mortal pull, atla nraf DhonldJ you fall '.'.IM ofbust.> BwknVnlHW at fO .datt)
.alw6 R.l'oor'l Iti. 1 .in. dro will k. *M*|.4 In Mru. ...u.... tk.* flrtlt"' ** Ham tonnt.ruP'N -
B r.. MondmluontdanlImb..abCl MX &Lock. lab Ytckt ClukTTkar 4u i .urBA* told BMtlbt ,, ClHirth St. Jntw B wh

...1Au ...... V,"ITNr:"'" *.y hand sad tk,- .*lJf O.TI ,vtP'1ETR !..kes N V>onklBJr
... I ,.., Ykl (BelIt. mid fnnrt al 1&1..... :Marttnt ._, wbh'h m. .IR annP tO yes >
P =:i FIa..W TMM' Cle'Uall.d '"nlt' Klorlda. tkla Tth dar *f .....1..... hu\In- os. prr wt.l .1_ o. s Carm ail *M Mnkk* -
UI .... board al Raaltar. Y pn? mMr A f'\. 1044.MAUAIRY nor bats., h PluoW V.nbl tenor P****'** Ibo Cmtil all aaa bob...
daa.ururl Tr.P.hnkm Pmldtat>a4barlta" K. Bwm ._ L JHNp(1N, Ir. Pitt. Ih.l the aeN.1 Inbt..N4 I Warts s a**.* atf aa* woo -
.... C.: .....-.- H..ard 14.11 I.I- T.urt. I p.ai. Com. Bat, I1'". BankttBn v onf"tAe'ln I..uk4 ua PV". H- 1-... a5 hKHialmti all aaoi a*.
...... I P'15" 100' m1r5.M pfA\r; NIDwT.9us .BH Ma.kBB "IMBM a* aa* apn.
11'10. ton d tM W.Iraa1Fr at... ......, rlu 'NlnwANIn THt'1tU'IIr. <':art. Florid. sad thai ..... arj .
.dD 1du5M""m'+ ,,. J. Oro.a ..........._"'._ Nam.u.r BREAM nSHFRMAN'S delight Wt'U bci no FkxUa Cracker bream fVwrmaR panel up this A'l..t-ii...B for |>. utloB.r j,* 'hop wruMi' .1.1 7..54 I* aaJd. s..uy Sftwlns
+ .N I .. Pu.lt UbrarvTMrtal KMe. .... tau IIL111111
Nmus Maw p. b. nrol National Bank .
fad 1I..r III that picture without drooling at the pretty fish known a* bhKfilb or bream, (proiKHinctd brcarr.i The t."a.!! v.: .,...". C........ PPAAhL: tihnWP'W L./.. L lobes h. hfl.bht

I Ion!,.. object io UM ''" k Oka* Fry. bJc&iViPennd .r.ba jlaliabiU W"U Wacbea Sfriaj. |rwbt t:: u.L'.t".i. .
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Pancake Feast Barracks of St. I twit told Dec ,....... .. ...:... Wr. *'"'. : ," ., .. ..,". .' r.".. IHE srtvRt (rtorfcta) NEWS
10 at the St. Lucic Manm. .... :, ". ; e"1 .. :. l=Y Ifecrmtwr 17, 1964 7-<' .
In the group were: Mr. rid .
Mn Fred .H..ll. Mr. and Me*. r ', '
Was Success ..
I ._
MYRTLE WHITMVN Corrapondcnt I Big tA ---- ---- --
AT 7.1760 ChartM DiffeiMtal Mr. and Mft. '" ,'1-,
,,. r.get ,, PhI arse. Mr. and Mrs. Jam** .. .. ...
amens I The first pancake (jamboree Jiv.I Clark, Mr and Mrs Al FefinaoB: ,..,".... \ For four New
!ed Cross I en bthe two Club" of Jensen Mr and Mrs. John Wendell) and t '....". K Gi
Sewing Groupas '' "
i Beach at the community center on Mr. and Mn Victor LarsonHNTFRTUVi .
I Sunday. Nov 29 wa an outstanding HOLIDAYHAIR
Christmas i succea. thanks to the effortsof W.W.I i? e d v .
Luncheon the many member and their AUXU.I.Rn 't STYLEV

wives who to aMy asMMed the Ritthe Hall, retiring prevMent 6
irty-five members of (the Red. of Martin County. Mr. Smalley chairman President Ed Schmidt. of the World\ War I Au\- '.

,- Sewing Croup enjoyed a received a Mending. ovation: for They are Mrs. Hazel Heritage ai' diary entertained her officers at I
istma covered-dish luncheonth Aunt Jenwma.. Doris Wilson, Ma. a dessert card party at her home I
her efforts on behalf of the local v
legion Hall on Thursday. He Miller. Ivy Wahl and Jane M Hilltop Court on Friday after I J
c. 10. Mr. Clara Vaught, organisation.. Schmidt. notvi. Dec. II I.
I airman of the project intro uc- Mrs Smalley introduced Mrs The following aim rate special Present were Mrs Fleanor" DiffcndaU .
honor guests Mrs Emma Sny Margaret Newman the incoming mention: LMMM Walker, Dean Mrs. Hazel! Houghton,
|r, president of the American executive secretary' who was as- Wikun and Archambcault The Mrs Josephine During, Mrs. get-
Igion Auxiliary and. Mrs Elsie j Fort pierce Lions Club for the use ty Thompson, Mrs. Rose Atpeter, I
lured the of their
jiiallcy, retiring executive !sccre- by group continuous : of their equipment and Lions HerI Mn Julia Clark: Mrs LucilleDavisson. A
y of the American Red Cross cooperation I itage, Schmidt! Palmer Greene Mrs. Anna Hinson, I V /
I Toys, which were brought by 'Tyroff and Miller hanks also Mrs. Cecile Harlow, Mrs Laura
I the ladies, will be distributed to : to the A&P Store Bout well. Trip. Boyd, Mrs. Helen Ferguson and
TARD PARTY local needy Children. I son and McArthur Dairies, and the Mrs Once I Ecklund. the afternoon

j Mrs Trudy Hcynan of Arch The next meeting of the group quartet from the Tort fierce Lions 111'1I'Cn' playing bingo..aaatusenrasunmwaws.a /
I Reattty
I will be held on Thursday Ian 7. Club
reel, entertained last .
Wcdnevby Everyone who enjoys sewing it I --: : iewuaaaa.A That is
with a pre-Christma lunch. yon .
bn and card cordially invited. I I COMMUNITYtllURCII I ,
party Nt\\S RIO NEWSMRS.
I Her guests were Mrs Frank
lobson, Mrs Edwin Kinney, Mrs. VISITS RtLATUE: IILRE I The Men' Brotherhood Variety A NEW JIM square yard parking lot I is inspected l by James A. ( "f\'ey. Executive Vice: President of PELICAN
I a/el Buckingham, Mrs. Tomfook John Ration of Maple Shade I I Show was a big success-thanks C B. 1IEASLEYCorrmpoadrnt Fint Federal Savings and Loan Association, of Martin County, MS Dickcrson Inc: paving machineryputs
Mrs. Smith Hoyt, 1 Mr! N, 1", has been veiling hit sister- : to the efforts of the brotherhood a three -inch plant mix pavement on the lot. The paving will ho t'rl'"ith! a ore-mch: layer of
(Jane Tweed, Mrs. Henry Hruza In-law, Mr*. Millard Orubb of Rev. Tweedy Ed Clay of WSTU, asphalt and the area will to landscaped.' Increased local business brought/ about' the need for. tho BEAUTY: SALON .
nd. Mrs. Richard Angus. 921 Elizabeth Avenue. A trip to tho many talented people who appeared I AT 7-0817 thirty-six-cur lot, Oarvey ..1<1. ._ _._ -
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Prizes for high scores went to key' West was included, in hili I and everyone who helped. I ......A
In. Hoyt and Mrs. Tweed. Florida vacation. I Caroling i is the main project of I ..- Now with IN -

the Senior Youth Fellowship for Rio Civic ClubChristmas CIG \RrTlr.: : \\FsJ All maples ILJ a sweet sap: but "I ()HK CF. !MFTZSprclulllng
this; month. Martin County Hoapital Boy Hurt When (In Permanent ttar
the Cigarette taxes for October distributed the sugar/ and black nllpleure
Where this emblem will be stops I
is displayed among
you are Combined Brotherhood and in November, brought the Important producers.BARBVRA I Ing. A senior operator with ..
: PartyThe
assured of the finest insurance servicein church a i d Christmas party and Bike Swerved City of Stuart Sd,1b6,92; Townof Jeans of .\p'rkmr.

the land. politick supper Dec. 18, 6 pm. Jupiter Island $164,|H; and ANN LINDSfYSHCRIiTARIAL I .-, --- .' - -
Rio Christmas party proved Town of Xcun. Brceto Park
Christmas musicale to be
Dec. 20 4 pm by pre'tented the to be a gala affair Several Into Car PathA SIVJ56. Evenings lly App lntmenlMtRUCK
members decora led] the hall which
choir members of the St. Mary'i SERVICE
was outstanding. The dining room One solar I I. 11 minutesand (LARK
Choir and the String Ensemble! ten-year.old Hobe Sound boy
was nicely arranged under the 287. 637 AT 7.3..$
from Stuart At 7 p.m., annual of Mrs. suffered a broken! loft arm and I U seconds less than 363 U 2IS Onerous
supervision Betty larsen,
Christmas program "presented by cuts and brumes when the hike h. days.
who assisted -
) -
was by his Maude ------
YOU pattar the Sunday school: and choirs, all Maine. was riding was struck by a car I

lams A6ENt afrs participating. The floral centerpiece and arrangements on U S. I Thufday'enin..,
Christina nlletin'of the Friendship were all made by Mrs, Michael Bailey>, !ion of Mr and
Circle Dec. 22; 8 (I.m., at George Martm Mn Ruben: Dowler I. Mrs Ralph Bailey' of Arvilla Gar oqfu
the home of Mrs Merton Chase, assisted Mrs. Martin Jens" Will riding! north on the
Elaine Avenue .' median of the / when
Krueger }'Iori'hllr.. given I strip highway
lactic Chuch Aid! Circle Christmas vote 'of thanks for t h a lovely h. turned right/ on to the paved iiwL1K
meeting Dec 23. I 1:30: p.m. mums they donated to the( club forth northbound lane and Into the path
Christmas Eve Communion serv- floral arrangements. of a car driven by Claire Ness of
w. B. TILTONINSURANCE fee Dec. 24, 7 p.m Eighty enjoyed a most delicious Jensen" Beach.
Christmas sermon by Rev. meal. The d.yotim.lere given The boy was taken to Martin SUITS SPOUT COATS
Tweedy at Oscan Breeze Park by Alexander Wham the club Memorial Hospital" In the Hobe : and
Dec. 23 at 7 By MimmilADK A
AGENCY p.m. chaplain' Sound ambulance. N d charges
A welcome wan given to our were placed by Deputy J. m e s BsROSTOWN 1RAIJIIIONAL: IVY
W.W.I VETS INSTALLATIONSeveral new members. Mr, and Mrs Fletcher Holt who Investigated.A l. (Keg.' Short A 1(1110SHIRTS' )
Since 1921 members of World War Young and Mr and l Mr*. John small European car was damaged r
I Auxiliary and Barracks of Jensen Herbttsomer, MM, May Filsonw l
JENSEN BEACH AT 7-1411 to the tvtent of $3,10 at 7:50a Y
Beach attended l the installation .s a gticNt. m. Friday when it was struck PANTS
ceremony of the Auxiliary and After the dinner there was broadside. by a motorcycle at the : .1 <
group singing of Christmas carol. intersection of U. S. I and Au- ByGUIkM171F'AM f
Mr. James Ciotney wit at the trail Avenue. north of Smart. .\\ SON t 4r

piano, The motorcycle:, ridden by Syd. Rl'G.'if 1AB OR '
Santa Claus appeared on the ney F. Scarrtrough: of Stuart was BUTION DOWN ('OILAKI4 RIG" SIIORf,.10NO:" .
scene to greet the children of Rio, .
\J- the
nicking a lrn M intersection
who were guests of the club Each when it struck the ear being ) G or SHORT MrFVK: And IVY MIMSP.011T : lRI11S: !
child received a gift and a treat driven south on the highway by DRt.Vi MIIHIH
of cake and Coke. Mrs. Joan Welgcl o( Smart.

1,4, BE A SMART SANTA. .. was Games an exchange were played>> of and Christmas there Deputy Mater Gro e, who In.vtMlgalctl. SHIRTS: 4fBy T'
t l. estimated. damages lo ,
: Give' yourselfand gifts the motorcveht-at $200.) v .
Mrs (joweV gave several'pi ?
I and your: family ano teleclioiW. will be hekIPF'RNVAL, J \,,!!OS and MORRIS CA.UHL 'r.pt'HW'IVY. '
Mr and Mrs. Alec Wilson were
America's most in charge of the entertainment. At : and RU11 DOWN '-. ,
Walker was master. of ceremonies By' PURITAN
glamorous car for the evening General chairman Th. Rio Canasta" tight: (luh la ('OUMJ IN 10 SIM.IS ':.. \sa
Ati' for the dinner was Mr. P Rear I ourneyrd hi south Jensen heights
!: waUL She wa insisted by Mrs lo the home of Mr and: Mn, l Ire h SWIJATKRSBy
1 Freda Schllmm, Mrs Charles Mcr- SUKkwell Letula' Avenue Ike 9. '
wr.w. I yell, and Mrs. Charles Zajie. Sirs. The prize w t r e won by Mr*. 1 Pt'RIIANUIVJ:\
a..ryywstit Hubert Klein rousted. the meat Jack Carpenter and Mrs C. B. SLEEV'ELLS1.i:. !SIMVI.: :
Mrs. Henry Spcricer baked l tki Hcatjey, :ANI CAIUI ICANSIIOILS :
I: and. Mrs ('harles Bibcock
nuke[ on the Christmas trim. Ora Hod ins has returned: : from j MOONSHINE":
The president expressed lie r Basom. N, V. He, wa called (thereon A* tlrtiml! Mun
hank to each and who account of the death of Ii 'Isbrother '
( .
everyone I' i oliifne .r tames)
made the affair such a pleasant Curtis, who, passed. away 111 Rand, B7
while hunting IRF.\\I Is In a little

I onolit cloning the hall was darkenedand Mr. I" d Mrs" CX B. Header' R.'NIK'R'Fr GUL'OIP -IIr.: sad "BROWN n:('"
the member surrounded the have received word that they are and IIONIftllIRK KIRK':. till"j

Nm r" Ibdrr k t'J/ # '" Christmas Night" tree and sang Silent pound gnal-grsndparent baby ,boy bora of to a Mr seven-and 1 WIND DRKAKim( ? JACKETS I

Vtr*. Richard HeaUcy of Lrle: ftMr (lirsri A tNUNFUj, CAR (1)\ n, RIN ('(),\U

,/1v. I\r P Light Contest *. Carol Ketcham of Sptn- W K IIAVK A URUR SltiniON! : Or'A('('riSORIM3Jf ) (I '

car Avenue la now at horn, She
; r I r r y has been a patient Ill I.rjltot.\ ..
I Rio I I. urged to get ..11II.. tIf'" mortal Hosistt4.
for (hrktmas a* there will be cash )
$ ,prl/es for three winners. fr and Mr. L. If. 1.11I'.r.' .
I The judge will he AI W.tkrr, now at their home'on Alice Ave. ;
Frank Rauwald and Emil B<11;"". nue. after pending. the "summer
man in Philadelphia.. ltllwZal6
d I 1 II.I4Iin'.m take place on Dee Aiwik' s ) ..
26 between 7 and I p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ha/ard of 1 SHOP :
(>>MOIA: :
Cothranton. ,
Pi are spending thewiener I
I i Mr.. and Mrs. "obn Herbtisom at the Rio Trailer' Park
er log the winter at 60) Bernard Ave.nue .;.
|I They are nut< new folk In
Martin' County a* they have spenta
I number of winter In Stuart MrHerbsttomer .
1 waa at one tune president Many wonderful ideas

1965 MERCURYCome II, Stuart of the New Jersey Club of J.'H ....

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I I time. We have and'I and tables j ,

Is PRESCRIPTION. and lamps chairs Desks, .i

I chests, sofas and lounge Even ,n
I practical gifts like new mattresses! rrwr+I;,

are appreciated. If you cun't

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MOTORSYour I gift credit in any amount you ,1. '
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I-C TIll: STUART (F1a.) N1E14'S 11nma, December 1'7' 296" lie light) were at the bottom of Clarence McGee Port Salerno,
Failure to Signal Is Said the I tot The slow driver WIll in River Fishing Is eitt Md a MMM-pouad four-ounce

Your Government: To Be Worst Driving Fault I t"ss i gtoed "do not OMMMX.peas" lines Igaor-onralto Productive Now; gafftopwMl New leader'catfish.in the sbee head

and curves tied for sixth place division it a six-found, one-ounc-
with drifting between lanea 0 n er caught by Clinton Thayer of
I 'What Governors Are Good For I Neither speeding nor slow driving jobs depend on their safety records. expressways.. Big Bass Caught Jensen Beach: and! QuaktrMown,

I is the greatest driving errornoticed Today's average passenger-cur, Excessive speed took. fifth place. Pa., displacing a four-pounder entered -
i by one group who oughtto driver has an accident every 40- Fatluie to past a slow-moving car Bay, river and hike fishing by J, H Lattimer.
By FARMS BRYANT the citizens of his state. One of I the pattern: in dividing up money know Professional drivers, 000 mile. The average trucker getsat ahead just barely nosed out has been some whop Flounder leader Is a five-pound,
Governor of Florida his columns especially caught my which is available for state services with a safetly record unequaledby lout three times, and on some excessive speed for fourth place- producing River eight-ounce flattie caught by Mrs.
eye because it seems to match my I' True, no governor's budget the average passenger-car! driver truck lines more than four times, pen in the St Lucic-indian Raymond Giesler of North Miami.
M y friend Governor Henry thinking so well about some of ever goes through the Legislature say in a report issued this i farther per accident according to 42 AT GAINESVILLEThere region.
Bellmon of Oklahoma also writes the duties of ii governor I would I without amendment, but the goo month that It's failure to signal the Kiplmgcr l Magazine i report are currently forty-two A black bass weighing nine i MVIbTIIING 1O SELL
a weekly newspaper column for like to share these thoughts with ernor, more than anyone else is ,roperly. Now that these drivers i have been Martin County students enrolled pound, fourteen ounces, was Cash in on old furniture now.
you I in position to look at the entire The driving error I in second I asked about the driving blunders at the University of Florida I caught by Mr. Virginia Stokes in Offer it for sale in a Stuart Newt-
"Sometimes in the wold rush of picture of state services, and definitely place is failure to dim lights and they observe the tabulation holds Gainesville.Nile Jensen Savanna Dec. 8 on a live Free Press classified! ad.
MODEL OF NEW events which: revolve around the ) exerts an influence on where uit behind that is close followng some surprises. shiner, displacing Lee DcLoachi
MINIATURE governor's office, the question emphasis is placed."A or 'tuilgating. The driving Errors previously. thought to be waters will cross under the four-pound, eight-ounce bass. "Furlong" is .short for "furrow
HEARING AID GIVEN comes to mind 'What good is a.. governor is good as a listen plus> reporting recently in the Kip- among the most commonly committed Suez Canal for the first time next Leonard Edwards entered I long" A farmer could plow a
Stuart FloridaA governor, anyway?' While there I ing post for citizens who feel oppressed linger Changing Times are today's (ignoring stop signs crossing year to bring fertility to a small seven-pound channel bass Caughton ; furrow just so long before ho
is still a treat deal to learn about and who have failed to get typical truck dl'lvera-men whose. the center line i ignoring traf portion of the Sinai Desert. tie: North Fork. needed to let his oxen rest a while.
most unique free offer _.
this job and whilo I expect to go relief from other agencies ---
of special Interest to those on learning clear
'till the day
up "A governor is good as a source
who hear but do not understand my term is over there are some of information about his state. ryF
words, has just been conclusions I would like to pass Any citizen anywhere, who has a tt
announced by Van Co. A on."A question to ask, generally feels s
true-life, actual size replicaof governor is good for settle tree to direct his inquiry to the D I
the smallest Van Co. ever log arguments which apparently governor's office : A Treasure Masters
made will be given absolutely! can't be decided any place else. "A governor is good for establishing U
free to anyone answering this The buck passing stops here I lines of communication.He SATIN SACHET
advertisement. Wear-test it "A governor is good for pro is more accessible than state T
posing changes which need to be
officials who are appointed or
in the of
privacy your own made. Once the program is launched I hired, those who the
since vote in
home without cost or obligation 3.01. SIZE H}I
it is frequently amended and! election feel a kinship to the chief
of any kind. It's yours to changed by the Legislature! state executive which they do not feel RED AND 1 00
keep, free. The size of this agencies, and public opinion, toward others E
Van Co. is of someone has I :
only one its to get the hull but. "A governor is good for look. La I IQu
many features. It weighs less ing. Under our system the Ing ahead to plan the progress and
ernor is one place to start.
than a third of an ounce and development of his state. Many
it'. all at ear level, in one "A governor it good for help other agencies see a part of .the
ing to build the of
public image
I unit. No wires lead from his picture, but it remains for t the
state. Wherever he and
body to head. Here is truly whatever he says gives appears observers thief executive to look at all the M
new hope for the hard of an idea about the people he represents pieces and attempt to fit them together
hearing in order to bring about the
most good for the most citizens. 0
These models are free "A governor Is good for establishing -
while the limited supply lasts, a policy which other' agencies "A governor is good for eliminating rA lilE51 ,
BO we suggest you call or i and officials I I I can follow. If a the bad apples when they s
governor is careless, cantankerous appear. In an organization as
write forIr. Again,
large as state government, bad
and crooked, other officialsare
we repeat, there Is no cost, apt to be inclined the same actors are sure to turn up occasionally T
and certainly no obligation. way But if the governor works When they do, it is often T
BATTERIESFor for harmony, economy, and prog up to the governor to swing the Full Site Woadarfr't Lady Vanity
Moat Hearing ress, others tend to follow his lead. axe
Aid In Stock "A governor .is good for re "Early In the history of our )
WESTERN AUTO 'crusting new industry, since doors country one of our states decidedto ELECTRIC BLANKET I ELECTRIC SKILLET Electric CARVING KNIFE C
ASSOCIATE STORE which are often closed to private eliminate the executive branch
citizens or to other state officials of government entirely and run
261 Oac: ola. Stuart Fla. I quickly open when the governor its affairs through the legislativeand Double t lad 287-0775 calls. judiciary branches. It didn't or pInk. Thermoitot controlled. x. 100% Immersible for easy edge itatnliil steel t klodes. I
"A governor is good for setting work Too many cooks spoiled the Soft, warm, durable and allergy Free. leaning. Fully automatic. Ural gift for the homemaker.

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"So whether or not they are
always right, apparently governors P
n + are necessary."

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18 Park Newsby -' r T I


Blakely's I Mrs. F, P. GAINES :' :, Cleo PAPER OR FOIL ': r E i iJ

t Ph. 287-5.163 J


Civic d
DISCOUNT Christmas PartyPalm tor BIG 6 ROLl PACK D- It

i % Lake Park Civic Association oll, : AR
0 STOREWIDE I ladles held a card party Wednesday
I Doc. 9 in the community PRICE CARDS
I room of the First National Bank U j
with fifteen tables at play.
Ai the guests entered the door, Chock full of the finest COMPARE AT 1.98 I Bramifully d.sian.4 card. compute wish,
each was presented with fruits and nuts Ruin''"''* I envIop.s. Help .pr.ad holiday chase e- G
a gift,
i <*r have Reusable tin.Compart 9 9 I. L arena pane friends and t.lattv.s
Everything In Our Store! ".;j compliments of Palm Lake Park.
Refreshment were served: the host- at 2.91 I PRICED ERonf
I uses being Mrs. Aleorn Mrs.
DRESSES Lechner, Mrs. Young Mrs. Miller
I and daughter, Put, Mrs. An-
r loch Mrs. Burford and Mrs. S

Sportswear f Games
n : Prizes! were presented to Mrs. T
54 I Keeling, Bertha Seuwald Edna
HOSE Holzhauer Mrs Joe Kurtz, Mrs.
Barnett, Mrs. Rice Mrs. Schlimm, LARGE ASSORTMENT 0
aJL'WELRY Mr. Alcorn, Mr Marsh, Mr, Kurtz I COIY
HANDBAGS Mr Cuthhert, Mr Lechner: and r R
My Toy
Antono FoleyPERSONALS. ,/

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Mr, and Mrs. Art Link have a.. GIFT SET I ..
returned from Sarawta where \ ..i
'. they attended the funeral of an Dusting Powder. md Toilet Wafer TOYS
If" \
: old time friend, Peter Stonn. se' .a set In elegant gold ene1 whit \..

Mr, and Mrs fern wrap. Designed with that spec selection of........dI.
GLOVES Joe Kurtz have ",__",In, mind. Shew hot T "
1 you keddy.
returned Colorful' and cud
their home here for low her with lift iron City '
opus the season, alter spending/ 'the S / .For Tots and Teens I Ir
4 EVENINGS LINGERIE summer in Bedford Hills N. Y.. ; .,... l; i 1"
'nt where they have a swimming pool 4.50* :k N
business, 98
r '
: .'' SLIPPERSBLAKELY'S' Mr and Mrs. Lloyd who own I'ralar4
cate and operate! : the 7 C's Grocery,
had as their guests, Mrs. Lloyds
father, W. R, Martin and! an
uncle: John A. Miles, both 0 f M
Moultric, Oa.
Mr and Mrs John Moore have J i A
returned here from Millvtl!*, N. J.

"Prestige at Popular Prices" Mrs. Charles A. PuU has returned R

120 North 2nd St. icing her from daughter an extended and husband trip vis. 4ia'I Hamlet 4' :# FOUNTAIN SPECIAL!

Mr. and lairs. James L Johnston I Als"I T
FORT PIERCE FLA. of Pittsburgh. Pa; also a brother Doily Msdiso1 DELICIOUS I
in Ohio, and many friends ,
We of Palm Lake Park wish to kip'
r variastsarzsaaataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarraa.aaa take this opportunity of wishing lATH
+ i1 our many friends, and The Stuart CHERRIESComport SUNDAE N
/ 'News and staff, a very Merry TOWER Robert Bins TT1PAR1LIO
'Christmas and a happy and prosperous -
I New Year a..Ie.hopelatbwhtk at 98 Twe.dwubaw.rywhta
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M r Commendations progress, National tomnutteentanMm THE STUART (Florida) NEWS
Keller and the Ladies Avw- fhumday, December 17, 1964 J-O
's' 1 Fundamentalsof At the Friday, DM, 11 mailing diary for their work in Legless -
of Harold Johns Pool No 62 of aclwrtM* and Dob Peck for hh The first business meeting of I"
Stuart. Con wander Charts' GEitzcn work with the Boy Scouts.Dweowied post for the new year will be m
Jan 8.One.
cetmnwmfod the membership was the .rfaterioalGoivtoit
? cs t tH I on its financial report and in which Martin County and
one-third million
I Hiah School students participate. womaIn
', I,1-' Prehtnmariet. of this context. will American coUagvs and iinivic.Mtie .
be held in Januar\ II comprise 372: per cent uf.
than the: right' and ifmaintain. i is sponsored
MATT MOORFLIVSON the student bodies.
by the American legion and
L this relationship you. wnl have a
; more accurate, consistent: power other civic clubs. What coverage combination, -
ful mmg. No second meeting will he heldin The Stuart News and Sumliy
: 7 Next: the part the arms play December due to (hrinlmas. Free Press
j. -
4 Tilt PART lllr: !SHOULDIRS !41
j ji jrat : PLAY

i The trunk of the body is rei.l- PHONEH014043
ri't t '
A,, ly the (power plant of tho golf

swing However the body has to be
"balanced properly and go through, I ]
the proper movements, or it ends
up as wasted energy
The hips. operate the bottom r

I ; en part function of the trunk at the, and upper the part should of rww We will bring! the car

the body in that order. t to lOll for your insjxc-;
In the starting position, the left lion
shoulder li held higher than the
.. ..
which natural tho
- -- --- right is only as
P. NELSON, left, reads the oath of office M he formally in- tory, new officers of Stuart Board of Realtors for 1965 Ransom! left hand is higher on the club More wed VW arriving dally ,M *. deliver new 1965 -
tally Charles E. Slocum: president. Trude E. Bohncr. vice presIdent Tilton, seated, w retiring president The installation! was at Port than the right This relationship Good Selection
Myrna Bruner, treasurer! and Carolyn Son, executive secre St. Lucia Country Club last Saturday night is maintain throughout the
backs ing and all ot the downswing -
59 1'olkswagen I '61 Volkswagen $1 1 nr DOMESTICUSED I
lit the hitting position. the left Station Wagon $595 Sedan .. ... ,. llUDSmlan
Owens to Fight State Income Levy shoulder rises and the right goc* '59 1'ulkswage.! S7VolkswagenkJwt
a ; down, as doe the rest of the right $895 $595 CARS
I Hide, to allow one to get down to r.
the ball '61 Kansan '56 Volkswagen AT ALL TIMES
Slocum Installed New Realtors Head From the hit to the finish the Oldie Hardtop $1195 Sedanmodcb. $495
left shoulder is still, the leader and
maintains its height over the right 30 lAY UMXMII10NVL GUARVMtE:

Representatives William E Owens facers for Stuart Board of Real- population expanding at the rate realtors in the firm His father, This shoulder relationship is a
received hearty applause Sat- tors at Port St. Lucie Country of 3MN) a week Everett E Slocum, well known body barometer, allows as one to I he to balance keep the of club the St. Lucie Motors Fort Pierce
urday night when he pledged that Club, told of the phenomenal' "It seems to me that the only here resides in New Jersey in a good plane back and down, ,
I he will fight any attempt to im- growth of Florida and the pressing fair answer is for a broadened Ha accepted the gavel from retiring and gives one a good clean hit at AUTIIORl/EU VOLKSWAGEN PFAIIR
pose a state income tax need for additional funds for across-thc-board sales tax, with president RanoOl1R.. Til- the balk
Owens!, principal speaker at educational requirements and I the exception of medicine be ton, also a World! War II aviation Remember. the left always fends 2806 Okccchobec Road Phone HO 1.4013
the evenings installation of of other governmental services for a said, predicting that such a broad veteran, who was with the Black and the right follows. As to theshoulden

''--- ..__....-'v.ur.u.. 'U&L'n':; ;. __"""' ....... ening of the sales tax would take Sheep Squadron. the kit is always higher .
place within the next four years Mrs. Richara (Trudc E) Boh --- --- -- -- -
Charles E Slocum. forty-five, ncr was installed as vice president;
Stuart real estate broker and in Mrs. Carl (Myrna) Bruner, as
agent, was r.In treasurer! ; and the new directors
::::;awe ori9a
as president l hoard consisting of Ldvtard Ma PP.
1 Slocum has been in the real estate Richard L. Bohner, Ralph Hart-i
business here since 1957 A man Jr. K V. John'tlHand Til-
native Floridian, born at Miami ton, with Mrs Carolyn Son, executive -
S Dec 8. 1919. he has been a Stu. tecrctary ,
Jq--- __ .
art resident since 1937. He graduated Approximately KM) members .5tr
F Ar from Martin County High and guests, including heads of real _
school in I9J8, and is a veteranof estate boards in nearby! cities, and jI
World War II and the Korean county and city officials attended A .
Conflict He Is a major in the the installation banquet, at which M.I/iw .
L. S. Air Force Reserve.He outgoing President Tilton was ,
was a glider pilot in Work! presented with a gift from Stuart '
War II, serving in Europe and Hoard of Realtors for his service (
Africa and was a troop carrier to the organization in the past year
pilot in the Korean Conflict H. Among guest of honor were I
y( ; aLP' served as a rescue! pilot in th e Mr. and Mrs. lyle Wilson-h. is
I Berlin Build-up of 1961 and was retired former chief of the Washington
a rescue pilot in the Cuban Crisis Bureau of United Press tg
of 1962. International and still conducts a ( fvk a y
A past president of the Jaycees, 1 nationally syndicated column. Mr \
and now serving his second term 'and Mrs. Wilson recently built MISewalls .
as president of Stuart Civlum Point
Club he resides with his wife,
Florin E., and their children, Local 1ToContributions in
It,.. Charles Jr geventeena and card .
thirteen, at 724 S.; tai i. Crescent to
GOODBYE --' AND HELLO! Hard to tell who's happier as in the Betsey Addition.
Ransom Tilton, left, retiring president of Stuart Board of Realtor, His mother, Mrs Blanche F. Florida Recipe Rook
hands to Charles E. Slocum, who beads the board for 196$. .
__gavel, : ---- ;-Surguy.-- and hit wife are associate. Word has been received from 4 vyaJ't
the Favorite Recipes Prep Inc.
of Montgomery, Ala, publishersof "
regional cook books, that Mrs.
Robert J. Roster North River'
Shores and Mrs. W A dewier, I
w r Rio, submitted recipes for "Fiv-
out* Recipes of Florida whkh: t
Vyehave the sugars and were book selected for inclusion/ in the WI

spices 4 and all the other This book consists of 900 FlorU\
1 4
da recipes assembled under the
t:, things that make little r direction of Mary Ann Rogers,
: staff economist of the publishing
girls in all sizes from r firm, with the atsittanc of Ruth
: M. Eaton former chairman of the
ladies and all i iIrons home economics: department. University I.
tiny infants to .
r'., of Miami, and Dr Helen %
Cite, head of the department of i
u.'Orlcfamous foods and nutrition, Florida" State )
University s

' .. ,.:., .... fashion houses The book Is available' fapur- aThere's
""I 'I- chase through the Garden" Club
1.1'I.4 of Muart.
S"1"f ", .. .
, 1111. v j 1 n r 1.,
e The members of tho family of
I s the late Army Lieutenant FrederIck
t .
Howard Hall, who died f in
F'RINSTANCE Paris. France, on Nov. IS, wish '
... to extend,their most sincere grsti- a modem1 way to do even/thing .
tude to all who were considerate
LADIKS: CAPRI SETS of them during their recent bereavement

By ......_ services/ words To of sympathy,'cards their,

4h 1k k telegrams thank and Is flowers attended.s mod May sincere the take SAVINGS I for instance' 4

WOOL SLACKS Grace of God be with you.
Mrs. Plmie n. Hall mother ;"

3. 1 .by John Meyer of Norwich -. -- -- Ilj- ...Mfr, The modern young couple plans rerfu*

lar savings! eaCh week toward a down

s 1 SIIOMIS! by Florrare ttatvh, home of their
payment on u own.
I Job. Meyer of Norwich jrHwk At First Federal Savings and Loan C ..

m m Lombard mad Mr. PimssDRtASIA these savings earn a substantial amount %
.. PASHIONEITL a craw sdMtr. in dividends which helps them 41 4, 0

; by Rmh of Carr reach their goal even faster. Safe investment .

DOVT MM OUR FAtORITtS: BY Baa. frUjMlYotMgUlKL ?,,Cissimnr. too All'accounts! are IttVIDKMJ' RATE
insured by an agency of the United PEa ANNUM

States government. Start your account
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oe Open Daily 9 a.m. to 3 p.n' l'riday evenings S PMI. to' 8.CloseJ'SalurJay. : '
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FashionetteBEAUTY >
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Open every night starting Friday J r SALON

The Village Shoppe STUART,11.OaU A V. S. Highway No. I South of ColoradoSTUART ,

OftN" 3$() .... SAT.7iM .

207 OSCEOLA STREET. STUART fttOUE IssMb WEM..... o.nMtLU. OWMVAM Sailfish Capital of the World

Near Theatre m..,.,,*
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repaired rfMtoM Mooldipkthtp-we.4 ing at tw?"
2-0 THE: STUART (flu-l NWr>8Bewnfcer light l **?. SIMM and Sheila Sub i J RH lHJH Dec. 20 The number of .. Minima.
I. MM* .Jai III
Ttmnsttay, FT, W64BfRlltDAY I I nor. SIMM OUTMTM, Randy Knight INDIANTOWN At high School .. of Borneo and Sumatra ,I c.- a.. .In .. U. Itaw,
Scottie and Ml Caner. Dane SOC1E'Pf now i b few ttwfl <,()OO-
PARTY .. Ii __ ...;p--:. J HIQ I IL ..L1'I
Dennis and Skjvte Lepoon+ D.h- Ta.* muniiri. tt he QMS 0* L
A party In honor of Rhonda hie Tuefcar, Retort Thomas and NEWS l4 of Marlin County High
Ann Stuart sixth birthday was Quint*.* Moses, fefly Norman I II lurched, ., faCMity. a.4jt i...4 are .4.4
4nvMd, to attofci. a OviMmM inception
Bobby RnHwrfont. Debbie Bell I ,
sellby her Mr and MRS a '*
I Mm Clifford parent Stuart afternoon MartM She** and Ksmmie Gar. > DOROTHY MeAILISTI ,:. # at the school Sunday. Dec ,
Friday Fell ('ort'Kpondtnt255' If. 2(1: ( from 2 to 4 p.M.
at their home. Cake and I I .'*' I
Special: goettt di be rssproen-
ice cream were nerved and ,
games ''v
were played .I' 1 tativcs! of orgaMiatkMM winch gave .i.iIr
Church Church of Stuart Doc I*. These 1 scholarshifM and m.nber* of the
Those attending. were: Petie and News regular monthly meetings on. Saturday t 1j 1'fit j student council A chorus wW tfltenam I
Melinia Stuart Terri! and Timmy j
I l lt
.. j T b. Youth night are being hew throughout 1 I
Kaledn And LaroMtt, Karen and Crusade meeting ,
Martin County BaftntOwrches I It N hoped that all motnhers d y
Hula. I will t be field
Kathy cJmlyt and Sherry tag' the Pint Baptist t the class of l 1964 will attend to

...4tK tteRtPaNKtt+tK+iK'aK'e aura+E.C... 't'a'aKtr+IrPrr:+tMr: The lallt.one held at Tropical,, meet their friends "
11II Mrs John Huening in
Farm Baptist Church wit a great charge ,
announcing the arrival success with shout 300 )young reo- 1 1 of the reception.Donna. .
f I pie attending from Stuart* Palm Snyder "
City and Indiantowo ,
ofJANET The Induntown River Association William Beatty IiIi"

held "M"(mobilization) Night To Be .
Dec. 7. Fifty-three persons attended ,
\ JRS. from Indiantown. The net
goal ; -
I Donna Jean Snyder and
for Dunklin Baptist ,
Beatty will he married mceremonies aa
was nitty Although the goal was j I
at the First
Holiday Fashionfor not met. the church was proud of I ian Church Saturday, Dec Presbyter.: 19 at'' I
the attendance 1 2:30 p.m. Parents of the couple: a
The Young Married Department f i are Mr. and Mrs Donald Snyder I ,, A.rr4
Sunday school and Training Unionof and Mr. and Mrs Sum Cobb all .
Dunklin Memorial Baptist i of Palm City I w A
The Junior Figure d i Church are having a ChristmasI i A reception will follow in the'' For Your Holiday Wines & Liquors A 2
Dec 19. The
Saturday group
I party I church parlors I
Sizes 3-5-7-9 I .' will meet at the church for supper All friends are invited to the w visit 2 2 2I
r at 6 p na After tupper the wedding and the" reception
will go caroling, then return i C
From $ group
i .12.95 M, M4 I Im1 to the church for !game, I II s : MRS. RUIINKE IIOSTOSS 4Y "
I The Dunklin Memorial Baptist h TO BUSIMAS: WOMEN "
= Church is holding th, Christmas AT CHRISTMAS PARTY 2
2 1 cantata Sunday morning and night Mrs Arthur RuhnKe host Y "
HOLIDAY 'The Choir wiJl 1 Sun
junior sing
ess to twenty-five members and
SPECIAL day morning during the worship ftuesM of the Business' and Professional -
i 2 service Women Club on Tues 2i
The Adult Choir will sing their day evening Dec 8, for the
PURCHASE f $ a cantata. The Heavens Declan::' I groups, annual Christmas! party Y M i
Sunday night at 7'V() during the Gift r a (la 19 A
x'194 i ,1 were exchanged! and a collection j i
regular worship service I. was taken tor the Christmas "
Ii ,,, 2 2m
-, MANYSTYI.ES The Church of God broke an _,. fund for the Ocala Girls
I attendance record Sunday with School which is one of the club
107 at Sunday school The church I yearly projects. Refreshments were ,, 206 Osceola AT 7.9745
$ Autumn Haze'. invites everyone to come !study '- served from a beautifully decorated .
I the Bible and worship with a growing buffet table, j .#sa##>rwaa.a...>,###seasaaa>,#a.>waaaaat aaI
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i 1/ \ a' TRUCK FIRE MONDAYThe .. I '::'t m

Indianlown Fir Depart PAMELA J. KING
Black Diamond Mink
1 : \ ment answered. a call to the Big
I w I Three Welding Company about 6 ( Wins Wings
\ 1" Mink Collars from $.15 and pm. men Monday available with. all equipment Pamela King as

I The fire: was a truck loaded with Delta LinesPamela
fuel for airplanes Cause of the Stewardess on
ii'ir] / fire was unknown: SANTA 4
I I. King of Hohe Sound After being graduated from I
Michael Hayes son of Mr and has "won her wings' and Is I now Martin County High School in

} Mrs Charles Hayes has stitchesin : a stewardess for Delta Air Lines j Stuart. Pamela attended Palm 1 TP e'.e loaded to .
I his head due to a fall from Daughter of James Byron King,
MR. DINO IS HERE the couch in their home a building contractor, Pamela successfully Beach Junior College Lake Worth the gunwaleswith
majoring in Spanish
completed: the four-week
GREAT C1IRISTMVS CIFTl training course at Delta Stewardess -I. Twenty years old brown-eyed gifts ideas
School, Atlanta and Pamela at the Palm
Airport was employed
Stretch Slacks :. . $14.50
JACQUELINEWIGS i J. proudly wearing the chic uniform Beach Royal Hotel prior to joining .
and cap of the nation s fifth Delta Air Lines. She is now

Silk Slacks . . 17,50 largest airline. __ based in Chicago

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Coordinated". Blouses. 16.50 IwrxNdkw. Io.'r, Bowling-Overlock Wedding

I Open:evenings, till Christfnasieur. 1 $6995j I Iu. Was.H /d'l1t/ Tallahassee I3- .

Mr and Mrs H W. Bowling Captain John Overlock, IK1Iof iI-'1 ,;
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.... ".r.r... of Clcwiston, formerly of Indian-j Mr. and Mn Francis Overlock
c.1.ii .. town announce the marriage of of Stcphentown, N Y
.0.-.... arv.. t their daughter Beverly Jean to I The wedding took place In the

808 South 6th Street 464-38S2 : ....u.. ......"..M. -- -- ----- I Blessed Sacrament Catholic: Churchin
Tallahassee on Nov. 7.
Abood Shopping Center 82 South. Federal
Highway Matron of honor for the occasion '.
FORT PIERCE STUART Fire Department was Mrs John W. White, the COCKTAIL TABLES with formica $4995

Next to Stuart Hotel former Frannie Smith of Stuart. tops covering nuutkid charts, ... .,_ ."".

aaa..a........... Christmas Party daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ralph 11 NAUTICAL LAMPS of an d/- : $695

."... Smith. for dm or caldn... ..:.... :.. m.... ........... from.
Captain. Overlock I Is presently
Indiantown Volunteer Fire Department stationed at Laken Heath Air Force l\I\RI EDlN.NF. \VAJ"ithe'.h; nl $1695

will give a Christmas Base England Mrs Overiock: will for dining afloat.. Service for for.-.t......:-.-,,,
party Sunday at 3 p.m. for their graduate from Florida Slate University .
first INSULA1FD GLASSES nautical)

courtesy children., I/ Tallahassee science In December design, set. of six ....:. .. ,,1\:!\'..:...:.. :. .. .. $395
with bachelor of
:. The Ladles Auxiliary' of the a : degree .
,. ,.. and this will her PLASTIC PLACE MATS, nauticaldesign "
fire department U busy preparingfor following join < \ $l00
'.. { .: .v, Santa Claus' visit to Indi.n.town husband! in fcngland -it *, chart of F7orldts. .. .....:a. each
Tbli holldar 11I101'1.i' measure your driving .. .'' AI.;: Saturday,
Brownie Scout No. 1S5
hablU br tin foldm rule. la train, \tl' .* "o ati', Santa Claus will arrive at 2 and its troop committee Troop spent can lake rough water ... ..... .... $350
road to Mfstjr.And when" : .. ,: pm on Indiantown fire truck.
w courts to the wrest Saturday Dec 12 kl Camp We-
l He will visit the old ball park
other drivers arrat .. courtooua, i",'\" from the fire departmentand Inks as part of the Martin County
J to sm4. ,.- t'Ci across Girl Scout Roundup Don't Fad To... The New
rive them aU the nom they rem will have something for each I The last meeting 0 frolP'.m. -
L It's battle to be a Itttf UU, child under twelve years old was held Tuesday Dec 15 with I I. I RACING SAILBOAT
Mr.MotorUt,than to ba the late bet Motor WI This community party is sponsored a Christmas party and gift exchange / i .. .
by the fire department with e
donations from other clubs and The leaden and members of the I' J Best value we've ever seen, f.
from individuals. romplcl with. all rails, .
wish who
troop to thunk those $695
Children from the dairies will contributed the wagon, and plants 4N *0.CIDUAL ITUAtT. rlOIIDA 'M. MU) rod rijjfc,,,, .- .
he picked up by the Baptist Church and those who donated the hay I Kurtci WttMl AT JTI/AIT MCHI I WJUUn
bus at I p.m.County, for the Christmas parade" float.
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4.H Club -
Jr I''

a Fri. Dec. 18
/ Party

WAIT Before I
The 4-H Clubs of Indiantown i
announce to all members that
there will be a party for all 4-H
members in Martin County at the
agricultural building in Stuart en you buy any Mobile HOMESSHLESSERVICE
< Friday at 7:JO p.m. Each member
is allowed to invite one pewit
within the age limit Members und
friends must furnish their own Home check here
transportationPrRSONVLS. '

: I' i

Lee Beede. the son of Mr andMI'I. We Authorized
Leon (cede has been con-
lewd to St Mary's Hospital in
j West Palm Beach. HOMES :

t The Christmas pageant, "A King
In Bethlehem" will be presented l Check oar anuwing price before you bay ass Mottle Jlome any !
I by the Church of Cod Wednesday when. { have aver 15 years nprrinwe .bi servicing all snakes I
n.jhU. Dec. 2.1. Pre Grand Opening Special and .:o: :

I her Mrs birthday Margie Monday Hackly Dec celeb-Ved 14Congratulations BRAND NEW 56 FOOT LIBERAL TRADE-IN :

h to John loin One, Two or Three Bedroom I

day who celebrated Dec. 15Cttncntulrtions. Ms birthday 1 vet- I MOBILE -<< allowance/ for your old mobile home "

to ,Mns. Sandra $3 99 CALL 287-<<'''7 FOR FREE ESTIMATE r
DRIVE WITH CARf..tV KYWHERff ftfcAtlirtrr who celebrated her
birthday Wednesday Dec. In HOME We Service All Makes
ti .'. And lie ware to pick up your...'D.WIM eMwis Leto 0
t" .bump skHp*t any Ff' 'L Btnotl Mrs FVrenct CVmcaU\ observed Only DOWN
her Dec.
I birthday Monday JAX MOBILE HOME
l').;>:.i .,,, 14 PAY ONLY S6O39 A MONTHCAC
1 I'i''t
,, ltt ." Chip Jordan from Florida Gr*> CAC aM c..1'".......i SALES,AND SERVICE !,
." ..;, .GiEriIID'A Iral Academy in Sorrento, ha I .... reedit Uf --.
""' 1 IIINTCOMPANYj com home to visit his pare.&a.Nt. US. IIICirWAY ISO 3 MILES SOUTH OF STUART

.,t.. PINE1- MI1"N 1111' ftO"'D4 ay dH. Cbrasma ami )I.r&. Gtorgt fcalidayv Jordan f 01 : __ .


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Girl Scouts rala Jars Shaken, Vicky Thomp.wo __ ,sty. ? v J ..we. The population of the I ''miedSfttt THE ArtJARf (Ino"d.) NvwvThtirwlay

Cam pout At Welaka Brenda iVtwoiif Peel line and PORT SALERNO NEWSMRS. Mrs. Myrtle Hale Is ElectedAs *. to ft*** hrfrst ,m I haWflfM II f l Drmmhrr t'7. I9MD.
Nancy Sue McPtwrsn ) salad only 'hImNtt \ ('tIiM,
Girl Sot Troop 80 and their They were weowj>ani . MARY BROWN ( rrt iMMfcr Mended a n overnight iMklen Mrs. VtHur P *A, Mrs Ml kMfmitnpiro. ; itandx line KIT \wa the seventh division" lie I the
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campMil. Ifca pW wwLetxt at the Dorothy Hit and .loin. Jo !Shdlon '''- '--- -- --- -- on the '-< MMwakkl I plum executive departments' III| thi" ( s
Royal Palm Retekah I No gan Hti tope! enl the pin here oil
Girl Scout Camp Welaka in lupi Mrs Bib h1r. U "'>.. isUhlwhed. I 1X4)
Mr and Baldwin T.npanyih.4sny. in
.. ,
ter. Civic NewsThe l 44 met .y. Dec 7 at fe Odd lor the prc 'nlition I
fornur Port Salerno residents, now Hall with Grand the this nitlh ;
Girl SMHitt tending I were Mar- Church News' : Fallows Noble r\1JI' khuud a
go Pro*. Carrie [)oM. Carla: Har Firemen Auxiliary will livuif in Miami visited) wide Mr Grace Hull \presiding I IEIecw.J dos .i'l i \ti.. Marthi Hi/in I
and Nlr, *. W **M McPhfMen andfann4y
The annual ChrtMmas program I hold its annual ChiHatnui party I lt St slayA officers for the coming
TOPS & SLACKS will be heW at be Southern Methodist Thursday night at the firehouse year were 1.1"h rtle Hale no. \
Churcn sunday, Des ::0:: at I I on AIA I new reddest has "been added .M v grand: Mrs, Pearl'
FOR CHRISTMAS'' 7 ,.1'1I. The covered dish supper will lo our comiiiwniiy\ a* little James vice frond; Mr. Ruth DRESSES iII N I Hart at 6 pjn "lih Secret Keith arrived at Martin i Meme>Hal vnhng secretary_ end -In. Delta IIBJt! ,
The the play Lenjuo w (given AU gift exchange following New pal// Hospital Doc. 1,*. James weighedin DonatdNon. lirvamial IIt'Cretllf'I| : I
by FpmorUi:
for occasion I
every members of the play are asked to Bret Pal names will he dnwn at seven pounds. ten ounce Mr. dart kite TMIINM' way appointed -
6.11 he present at the church at 6 .m. I, the coming year Election of officers Our congftnilurions are extendedto delegate 10 I the ReKVahM
$8.98 I wilt take place Nomination i : ; the proud parent. Mr and May; Mrs. Oray is the
up A dress rehearsal for the Chrht- from the floor for officers will be Mrs Harry Lowe ol Seminole| I =. I JACK'S GULF To
man play will he held Thursday, I ,
accepted Aventie A gift wig he given to the Odd I STATIONAU
FRERE'SMATFRNITY Dec. J7 at 715: .
p.m. I The Port Salerno Cirte Organization FHknM' home in diM c Member of the church will\ !betaking will hold its Christmas! parry It has been predicted that out patient there! S.r l"a Guaranteed
WEAR throughout Christmas anJ covered dish supper Thurv of the I(X),000.()XX)() Americans A thirty-year Jack S.nnd,.,.., Omer
way presented
724 Orange Ave. It pierce carols \ the communityon I Jay Dec 17 at 6 p.m. at the cen' '. who will go "swimming, or "boating Mrs. Helen Mrcklrr pin: : 'who has i ito I'. AIA Pert cakrw AT 72021
-- -, -, ------ Monday niyht. Dee 17. Icr Movies will follow the suprnr', this year. 64K( ) will drown ju.a) moved to Stuart from, tot \-hl. I t'o/t'd

Ii __ __ __ __ .! and a gift exchange will be hc""' I I No species of bat found the ------ --- -----.::::=:.._. ._. ..__ .. ::: =-= -= -= I
in '' '
Everyone welcome ICIIRJSnuu | "" ''''' : < ':' i '?!' trK't'r'e'e't'arKt i
SUNNY GROVES United States .bites human.. beings la/eve Gift 7 :t 11/ways for ,;
i in self-defense.
Ill'S SHINEThe ] except
HIGHWAY No. I IIOBF SOUND PHONE .546.( 12" lives Measure from II:
Christmas spirit hal lilt' g,,,
TAKING ORDERS FOR ed! in Port Salerno with the.rriv'l I
of the OOll AT f.O:55I
ting up lights in nC81 I J"tC
CHRISTMAS DELIVERY district by the fire department E THANK YOU
p Send Addresser and Check: or Call A special thank you M extendedto I sfilrvhfsALMIlIr I
Bill Stangcr and lid helper( for I !
/ shall strive/ to do the best
Combination their rv lCI.BJRIIII.S. very
or Separate
PINEAPPLE ORANGES PTNK'' GRAPEFRUIT, CtLrBRAIID: I t! a !: I can (for the next two years

Much laughter wa heard at I I II.cacftlt'd
the home of Mr. and Mrs Joe DAN McCLURE
% Bu. $6.95 /- Bu. $5.95 Favor. Coral Gardens, (last Sat Capt. Tolry t-ntcbrthra. : On Rorrt 7U7, I
Salerno 15. *T .1s4? =
1 Bu $10.95 1 Bu. $9.95 I urday at his their eighth son.birthday Tommy Favors celebrated y arga .. opiate a ,,_...Ate I" Ol\ ttlMMISSIONrRYour : '

Express .Paid( Delivery' Crannteerf aaaHBI_ were given each guests. Shipyard AT2At.atoIrN j .I
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Tommy shared cake and Ice -
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cream with David Smith Michael
Fisher, Timmy Favor Jimmy
Thompson. Neal Rainey. Lester
and David Bailey
Others attending were Mr*.
Peggy Thompson and daughters&
Darlene and Cindy Mrs Marie
Fisher and daughter/ LIB, Carol
Favors and Mrs Joe Favors

S.S.PlEKCECa A beautiful pink birthday cake
: li : :
centered the table at the home of
Mrs. Jack Fisher, Hibiscus Park
in celebration of her daughter
Lisas! third. birthday Those< sharing -
ST. ONGE the ice cream and cake were:
Timmy and Carol Favors Darlene
and Cindy Thompson Others ai-
lending were Mr*. Susie Favor
" MARKET and\ Mr*. Peggy Thompson

all UIo1'SCongrawlnlions

Your Store Complete Mr and Park Mrs, who James are are in Citron.celebrating order Hibiscus for gift means more when it's from ,'. ,, )

\\t feature gourmet foods from around the world their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary
Also" S. S. Pierce and John Sexton fine food Dec.

A speedy recovery is hoped for
Carl I la/en. Park Drive after being

HOBE SOUND ,, Coral tui.cn. Gable lo the Veterans for treatment HospitalIn J There's no doubt of the quality of }our gift uiicn it's a l

national brand from the Stuart Department
546.2761 56-5540* 546-2951 Overnight, guests of Mr*. Laura a
'.. Johqson" ,! this week were Mr and i /x $torc. 1 lprvthcvudies? | ) : Hol\\ood l | Vassnrctte and Arj f< j /
t Mr t.J Johnson of Miami '
This Week's Specials I tent a I.injjcne. Dresses by tr

A nice Christmas present wa r.1 u Nelly, Don tt Hobby Brooks .
ceived !by Mr and Mri I mmSlutnun. .r..L,
,. Hibiscus. Park, thi I rf | Daniel Jrccn slippers. Dar f '
past weed when Mr. and Mrs Icne and June Irucll t
. wlllum Watt arrived from San sncat hr
Diego. Calif. lo spend a few days j ers, etc Of course for the ''' '
\ Mrv Watt .is the daughter of the t nHf j| tt.u
Stutznun. whom they haven ; ; A r men, famous Arrow, Manhattan I
seen for seven years. ; and McGregor shirts ulsourm .' et '"
Friends! have been saddened !hy I + \\ ones from I'cndieton I!:.
I If Ir
the of the of Mr .
news passing, *
Carrie Holloway in New Jersey and Vullii. Shoes by hlorsheim t t ,dir" ,

recently Mr Holloway made her I : + Jarmtin, and Hush ,
Seminole when
home Avenue
hue Palm leach I ands ,

Mr. Madalme Pedersen arrived .Toe j -' I I I Griffon suits Another idea >

> home !Saturday from Orangchurgh.S. / .A for ever)'one isi SamsoniteIlinage. rI
C.. lo spend the Midiyt with I ;,
relative, and friend" I ; 's :' I I7rce gift urappinrfloo. LQ ; 'Y :

Mr and Mr. Nick Prosk and f / i i t ( V qr'v
daughter, Mar go, attended l the
Crown Roast Lamb. $$1.49 lb. Pratt & Whitney children Christ- I % f
was party Sunday It n held. each f M.
year in We' P-Un fkach M

Smoked Ham e e . 49c lb. Master Steven Fisher is apcnd-
leg a few day with his aunt ..nd1IIII:1e
Whole or lidArmour :! Mr. and Xlr*. Donald' Smithin
Bradentoii. Steven will return
Star Turkeys. 39c lb. tome with. his parent Mr and s
Mrs Jack Fisher, after Oinstmav
16 n... and erne
Mrs. Dorothea Register Albany.
Also Fresh Maryland Turkeys Da. has arrived lo spend the
holiday with her parent Mr. and
Mrs. William McPhersen Mr*.
Register will leavt he muWW. of

Potatoes e e e e 10 Ibs. 59c i Belgium January Ie) join her husband t in

WeJtave ------- I

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Fonds D'Artichautsartichoke

bottoms from France I Trooper Bill I

t g,

Can't find a cup of coffee I csayS... / 415 Nix. Jur hoe ray /oath,

that tastes good? %: 2 o... e If pthe a M wt Dgeetmeat Stored

Try Gold Brown Coffee : \ ; GIFT CERTIFICATE

CtJimibiM. Corm ... tide 1M
1004 awlrr
CollNHbtM tree M M -- 14" ... 4... J IJ JJ4__ I4..... ...
Slop** Of tile AKl .

Maxwell House 39c Ib.UmH :,;. GIFT-STARREP 5' \ )Your Gift Meant" More f from

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Out Pkaiw with $740 .Hrrwiirre

ROCK OUT* of sp.titet water, j nGhgrr I The StuartDepartment

Ale, M4 StjIllr1 plM aVpWt) lUta.DIFT Y. )

U .|CP
PFr (.*" dcm..it) __ '. 'h 0 far OcOX "

DOL rrgsAw ... | Q. .r StoreMartin

LftstH 2 web a VM er Vr ,, '. Lit*' 1'!'
nilCKEN, OF THE SEA Id* rkmk '
4 S 100 1 SIde JWfon are. [mportmt fortodyi
Tao rw. I-II 2 desk wet 57.1e [lode. f.r
.ale *. .G. M tanyfralc. i/rw.Lijti County Christmas
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BAPTIST meditations based on the first during the day. 9:30: lI.m. ,II, j
4-D THE STUART (_ .) NEWS Thursday December 17. 1964 attscasas rOOR x Witnesses Held Stuart chapter of St. John's Gospel Bible 7 p.m.

Snew aaouBiulatten the The U. S. Ferret Service has The midweek prayer service' on 9:15 class and Sunday school at The junior department's Chin-" ,
oa : a.m.
will at mal party will be held Fndav
MeetStuart begin
.' heights wound Mount Olympus,! jurisdiction over about 160,000000 ,- Three-day Wednesday 7:30 in the church evening sanctuary. Pre- The story of the Savior's birth 7:30: p.m. at the church. The 4|
Wash* NaoMI an astmfehing to- am of land in continental carding this service the Training will be told inofat completely new people's
I dramatization the Nativity, entitled young department It,,'U
Ul 'sOt 200 to 250 taofees a year. United Stat.. Jehovah's Witness delegates Union and Sunday school executive Bethlehem" SunJay have
of a progressive
I are back home after attending committees will meet at the "Child supper Frill.,\
-- at 9 over Channel 4, night Supper will be
Qua a assembly morning served
three-day religious church at 6:30.: The entire cantata o lt(
in the Lutheran Church's "This the home of Mrs. Minnie PC.IIM.I
: I in Kitsimmee. sponsored by the cast and choir will rehearse at "
a I Watchtower Bible and Tract Society 8:15 Wednesday evening Is the Life" TV program. in Stuart Dessert will be 'en,II
a t ? : Hour at the home of Rev. and Mrs ,,
Bowman Lutheran radio
and directed: by David Visitation will be held at 9 a.m., The weekly J.t.k
Witness of Florida can be beard each Fernandez in Jensen Beach.
Meet Our Ministers supervisor the entire churchon program
: ,. Circuit No 8, and Joscpa Sola, 2 sad Thursday.7 p.m. The J.O.Y. Sunday Sunday. evening over WSTU at Sunday school begins at. y.j s

Witness supervisor and traveling school class will meet at 8 p.m. 7:35: p.m. a.m. The morning worship vcmcs
Rev. A. LowrieIs minister working out of Witness at the home of Mrs. Paul Combs. Dr. Hoffman can be seen and is at 11. Training Union mil ht
English-born International in held at 6:15: A
Headquarters school department heard on NBCs television network' p.m. colorful i in iii.,,,
I Sunday
1 Brooklyn, N. Y. Delegates from The Junior iu Christmas "Frontiers of Faith" program strip depicting the New L'u.
nineteen Central Florida will have 20 1 to ment account of the first
Presbyterians' Assistant PastorThe congregations on Sunday, Dec. ( hi"M.mas \i.
comprising Circuit No. 8, social at the church 8. Friday eve 1:30( p.m.Pastor will be shown along with ..,p..
attended and took part in the ning from 7 until Schroeder conducts propriate music and narration \
Rev. A. Sydney Lowrie was program "The Star of Bethlehem" will i morning worship this week over' nursery will be provided dunn
.. born in Thames-Ditton, then a Frank Maitoza, local presiding! be the topic of Rev. Forrest! Wat- WSTU at 7:45: each day. aU of the services. *
suburb of London, England. At Witness minister! said that the kin's message at both the 8:30: and Next Saturday the last rehearsal -I'
; an early age the family movedto theme of the assembly was, "Speakthe 11 I o'clock services Sunday morn- of our Sunday school for the FIRST PRESBY1 ERIA.N: :
: You'd hardly expect to find right the city of Hereford, England, Word of God With Boldness.! ing. The Sunday school for all Christmas program will be at 9 North River Shores
where he received much of his Saia made the keynote address ages begins each Sunday morning
I here in Jensen Beach the kind of academic education, and was active Friday evening He also! conducted at 9:45.: Sunday evening the Training a.m.Children's Christmas service, Sunday: 9 a.m. morning \\,,,.
.in church work. a model ministry school and Union for all ages begins at presented by our Sunday school ship service; 10a.m.Sunda church
""" At the age of nineteen, he left service meeting.A 6:30.: This Sunday evening at 8 will be next Sunday evening at 7:30: school with classes! for all age;
: "high-style fashions the dramatic cantata, "Away In II a.m., morning worship smici
time for the entire congregation.
for Canada and spent tome total of 1,230 were in attend- with
in Manitoba, then came to the ance Saturday afternoon to view A Manger, will: be presented Jz Our church is open. every day fellowship period irnmcdi-;
; that the to I the church music and cantata from 9 to 5 for meditation and ately following; 5:30: p.m.. Scmct
ii are making United States and prepared the two-hour color film, "Pro- The is welcome. High Choir practice 6
partments. public and the rose display gaitden ; p.m. sup
study for the ministry.He II claiming 'Everlasting Good News' prayer
is set aside for for Senior
Highs 6:30
Monday evening per ; : ,
: holiday resort attended the Theological De- Around the World,' and on Sun the Sunday school Christmas par is open to the public daily. Westminster! Fellowship pni
partment 0 f Colgate University day afternoon, 1,518 gathered to the church. The
ties be held at
to ,
Wednesday .
graduating in 1913. He Is an alumnus bear Suia's main address entitled, junior CA't and Sunbeams will RIO Choir Adult&
scene yet it's of the Colgate. -Rochestcr Divinity I 'Our Divided World-Is It Hereto meet at the church at 3:30.: prayer meeting service will practice.
Church school .
School and was ordained in Stay? Carol and Cherub Choir rehearsals be held Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. program
,1 true, true, true. Buffalo, N. Y. Maitoza stated that the local will be held I Tuesday The church choir will practice the Sunday, Dec. 20, 7 p m, ,m
He served a number of churches meetings\ are now back on sched morning at 9. It is very importantthat at 8:15.: sanctuary.
.j Come in and in New York State; Northville, ule. everyone be present for this Leaders and members of the Session will meet Monday Dec
Babylon, Long Island, Newark, rehearsal. The deacons and their various church organizations will 21, 7:30: p.m., in the pastor.
Medina and Oswego, ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC wives will be the guests of Rev. take part in a visitation program study.
see the suits, dresses, After retiring from the full time Weekday Masses Monday and Mrs. Watkins and Mr. and Thursday to reach prospects and Annual Christmas Eve candle."

ministry he supplied the Feder- REV. A. SYDNEY LOWRIE through Friday will be at 8:30: Mrs. Carl Bridges at a supper absentees. The visitation program light service on Thursday, Dec,
: coats and other ated American Baptist and Presbyterian a.m. and on Saturday at 7:30: a.m. meeting Tuesday evening at the is divided into three periodsKKKKKKK'eKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK 24 at 7 p.m.KwKKwaesKKKua.eeKK.. __ _
Church in Sterling, N. Y. lions of New York State and Wednesday, Friday and Satur- home of Rev. and Mrs Watkins ..... .
things with labels During his years of service, Rev. in the various associations. day of this week are Ember Days. Next Wednesday evening Dec. trI
tawrie was a member of the New I Since coming to Florida, Rev, Meat be eaten at the princi- 23 there will he a beautiful carol ,
York State Board of Managers, of Lowrie has been actively engaged may and candlelight service at the
meal. All who bound
that 'f famous the Convention, and a ; pal are by church at 7:30.: Special music will I IFT (ijUIDB
s: are the Baptist! ,in supply preaching and on July the law of fast must observe the I Iw
member of the state committee of I, 1963, was installed as assistant fast on Ember Days be presented by the Cherub and
t' world pastoral education. He has been pastor of the First PresbyterianChurch I II Carol Choirs. The public is invited. .
Y School of
over religion for high I
moderator of the Wayne, Niagaraand of Stuart. !
Oswego associations! and was I Tho Lowrie have two children,' school students, Monday from 7 SALERNO SOUTHERN i FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL i ii
t Buy for yourself and active in Boy Scout work.School He was of Dr. Jean E. Lowrie, who is headof t; 08 ,p.m.Saturdays, elementary from school 9:30: students to- METHODIST

dean of the Protestant the Department of Librarian- Wednesday, 7 choir
J 11 a.m.Choir. p.m. prac
for your more Christian Education on the ReleasedSchool board ship in Western Michigan University rehearsal is held lice; 7:30: p.m., the mid-week prayer i OR COLLEGE STUDENTNEW
Time; served on every
of Kalamazoo, and Robert S. and Bible study. The pastor will
# of managers of the Oswego Y.M. who ill chemical engineer Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. w
i Lowrie, a continue the study on dispensa!
t ,v. important names on C.A.; was president of the Oswego in Oak Ridge Term. A course of instructions for tions. At 8:30: p.m. there will be'' w
Council of Churches and Mans held
City commentators will be officers .'
school teachers and !
< your I list,, We also the Oswego County Ministerial Associations INDIAN RIVERUNFFARIAN Friday in the meeting room at t a business meeting immedi-
counselor for .
was 7:30
follow the !service. SHIPMENTPORTABLE
Protestant students at the Oswego religious article store and prayer i
3 the Good
have literallyrli p.m. I
State Teachers College. Services are held every Sundayat the parish library are open every News Club will meet in the primary
Rev. Lowrie was married in 1915 It a.m. in the Fort Pierce Sunday after the 7 and 9 a.m.
thousands of unusual to MM Edith Roos of Buffalo, Beach Community Center 742 Masses. The building Sunday morning worship
? N. Y. former librarian. She was Please watch for
a Seaway Drive. !
service will!: begin at 9:30.: The
knick knack active in the women's organiza- notice of change: of meeting place, JEIIOV Ail'S WITNESSES: Rev. Charles O. Bennett. TYPEWRITERSFor !
%, type which will >e about the first of Kingdom Hull, Erllt Road will pastor bring a Christmas! message i

d for in ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL: the year. Thursday, 7:30: p.m., Theocratic entitled, A Sure Thing." Sunday .
t ; gifts everyone Jensen Beach Sunday school is at 9:30: a.m. Ministry School 8:30: p.m., service school will follow at 10:45: a.m. i
ftFRANCES Sunday, Dec. 20:: sermon topic meeting. The Epworth League will meet at
.. i r tt your family. Giftwrapping Thursday Dee 17: 10 a.m., by Dr. W. I, Arms "The Letter Sunday, 4 p.m., public discourseby 6:15: p.m. to get ready for their The Who Needs
Holy Communion. Intention: "The and the Spirit. At 12:13: the annual Clyde Jacoby. Subject: "How program The Christmas program I Secretary i
Altar Guild." Altar Guild meet Christmas covered dish dinner Did Man Get the Bible?" 5:15: will start at 7 p.m. The Epworth
t of course. ing follows. will be held.! p.m., Bible study with j aid of Leaguers are in charge of this 1 I.serv A Present For The floss, i iE
"4 \ Friday, Dec. 18, Ember Day: Watchtower. Theme: "How the i'ce.
6 ..m., Holy Communion. Intention ST.IARY'S! EPISCOPAL Organization. Should View Chaste. Monday night the young people IIn, Take Look!

"' OPEN DAILY NOON TIL 11 : "For Christian Vocation in Thursday, Dec. 17: 7:30: a.m., ." will meet at the church at E ; J JS
: .
Dally Uses" FB Tueiday,8..put. Bible study 7JO; p.m. to go caroling. w a- rw..i i..i -
Holy Eucharist 10 a.m., Holy
V. ,M't. lI'stlN., I P .' L It 0uJ. Dct19'Iranbef'dly I : cherish; 10:30: ;a.m.. Altar Guild .henie: "Previews of Babylon'sFall. Tuesday, 7:15: p.m., the Men's
7 ..01., Holy Communion. Inten ." Evangelistic Team wiU meet in the
tion: "Schools and Seminaries." meeting Assemble at Kingdom Hall for Sunday school annex.REDEEMER 0 S SUPPLIES
10 a.m., children' inquirers class Friday, Dec. 18: 3 p.m., Girls'Friendly "Participation: in held Service," SOUTHERN OFFICE
Advent IV, Dec. 20: 7:30: a.m., Society meeting. Saturday and Sunday, 9:15: a.m. : : LUTHERAN .
Holy Communion; 9 a.m., Family Saturday, Dee. 19; 9:30: a.m., Two services at Redeemer Lutheran "What you need tomorrow we'll brlna'today" 'I
< lANGFCRD'Svj () ? ) Communion, Blessing of Christmas Junior Choir; 10:30: a.m.. Senior UNITED CHURCH OP CHRIST Church. East Ocean Boulevard W
Orecho and presentation of Choir. (CongregatkNial Palm City
each Sunday morning at 8 E 31 E. Ocean Blvd. Dial 287-6344
gifts' to the Christ child. Church Sunday, Dec. 20: 7:30: a.m.,
Wednesday, Dec. 16: 10 a.m., and 10:30: a.m. The sermons by M
: -- school II a.m., morning prayer. Holy Eucharist; 9 a.m., morning Marion! Fisk Circle; 3:30: p.m., Intermediate Pastor Donald Schroeder will be
M RlGGEROOT Tuesday, Dec. 22: 7 a.m., Holy God prayer and Sunday school; 11 l lam Fellowship; ; 4:15: p.m., the fourth in a series of AdventKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK'K SaL.aafr.tMkI,1fadilra, ..7La., >11Aar..taaarldlMalald, .Aawaf aa.
Communion. Intention: "That ., Holy Eucharist and sermon
Youth Choir; 7:30: p.m., Anna ----- -'''- -
.. .,- ; ESTAlIlt4NJ Mar Speedily Help and Deliver Monday, Dec. 21, St. Thomas: Laura Circle (Mrs. Moore's) KKNKKK KKKKKKKKdtKKKKKKKdaK+eKKKKKKKKKKKKdtdaKKKKKKareel

\ .' GIFT SHOP Us. I Inquirers' classes: .3:30: p.m., 7:30: a.m., Holy I Eucharist; 10 Friday, Dec 18:10: a.m., prayer
children, 8 p.m., adult a.m., Holy Eucharist.! group; 3:30: ( p.m., confirmationclass

: \\ Fashion Imports of Wednesday the Green, Dec.potluck 23, Hanging at 6:30: Wednesday;, Dec 23: 10 ajn., ; 6:30: p.m., Senior Choir. ..I I
acolyte practice I Saturday Dec 19: 7:30-11: () p.m.,
:\tSouth Indian River Jensen Beach p.m.. followed by making of decorations : Youth Dance.
: '\ .. Dr., carols, and decking\ of f
.' '. COMMUNITY: CHURCH Sundry Dec. 20: 9:45: a.m.,
: I the church: for Christmas.Don't
Jensen Beach church school; II a.m., the service QFr
and sermon, "The Lord Is At
: Morning worship service 9:30: Hand. Advent rite of confirmation
a.m. Sunduy; second worship service 3 p.m., decorating of the
I'' 11:00: a.m. Sunday; mid-week church for Christmas a family affair

Forget worship service 7:00: p.m., Thurs ; 5:30: P.m., Senior High Fellowship -
? 6:30 ,
.n day.Other ; : p.m. Vespers youth
+ meetings-Youth Fellowship nwvistant. Billy Cunningham; 7
To Make\ Poor Bob'sA II'' 6:30: p.m. Sunday; Senior p.m., inquirers hour. FOR MEN:
Choir 7:30: p.m. Wednesday; Junior
Choir I 6:30: p.m. Wednesday: HRST METHODIST

Stop on Your V ; Primary Alcoholics Choir Anonymous 4 p.m. Friday 8; p.m.and Stuart MANHATTAN and HATHAWAY SHIRTS

::: Wednesday. Wednesday, Dec. 16: 3:30: p.m.
Shopping List II f Monthly meetings Official Chancel Junior Choir Choir rehearsal rehearsal.; 7:30: p.m., PALM BEACH SUITS and SPORT COATS

Church board 7:30 Aid: Circle p.m. 1:30 third: p.nfourth Tuesday; Thursday, Dec 17: 6:30: p.m., SWEATERS BELTS RAINCOATS
Methodist men'
We Have A Full Line of! ) % Wednesday: Friendship and Circle Men's 8:00: Ernest Lyons, speaker supper meeting

Brotherhood Tuesday; Friday Dec. 18: 10 a.m., Kindergarten
Fresh Top QualityDELICATESSEN 6:30: p.m. third Friday
Christmas at
j church 10 women's FOR LADIES
and .
ITEMS prayer group.Sunday
&UEMISTEast : :
: Dec. 20: 8:45: a.m.,
I .:::, For Your Holiday Meals -- OTCSM Blvd. Shirt morning worship I. Presentationof LONDON FOG COATS COCKTAIL DRESSES
." Lesion-sermon! subject Dec. 27: the Christmas cantata "Night
"Christian Science." of Miracles"1 by the Chancel Choir; ORLON KNITS SWEATERS LINGERIE
,;:, ; Wednesday Testimonial meeting 9:45: a.m., coffee break; 10 a.m.,
,.\ I p.m. Sunday school classes for all HOSIERY COSTUME JEWELRY
; 0\\ ALSO Reading Room: 282 Flagler Avenue ages; II a.m., worship service II, .. .. .
,. 4 : Year round hours Monday sermon by pastor! : "It Seems We've
T. < tIn our liquor department we have through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lost Our Mind In Leaving Bethlehem i SPORTSWEAR
,' ii- Christian Science radio program, Behind;" 5 p.m.. Youth Choir

.". :1, all the brand names attractively I "The Bible Speaks to You" may rehearsal; 5:45: p.m., M.Y.F. sandwich -
I be heard over WSTU. Stuart. 1430kc. supper. Bring 20 cents; 6:15
::. boxed A in fine decanters at 7:15: p.m. Mondays. p.m.. "Livin Nativity" preparation FOR HOME: ;
:: : [ or Topic for 1><<. 21: "What Shall ; 7 p.m., living Nativity* begins ,
I Tell My Child About Christmas on outdoor lawn. Presentedby I
= ,: ?" M.Y.F. Continuous performance TABLE LINEN and TOWEL SETS '

=\. : .. until 8:30: p.m. 7 p.m.. church
:, .- : \(' .'\ snmrrSOUTHERN : school Christmas party (for all SHEETS and BLANKETS

-"\ >.\'. For A Refreshing Break METHODIST; classes). Includes a carol sing music i

E f:: a During The Holiday Season Try Our officer A Sunday meeting school will Uachers be held and this CUus.: by the! our refreshments children's Junior Choir division watching programby Santa the

l.t' church.Thursday night at 7:45: at the outdoor "Living N.tMtyIvoery.: I Official Headquarters: Boy & Girl Scouts '

: Corn Beef & Cabbage one welcome!
Sunday school will be held at Monday, Des 21: 7 a.m.. men's
the" church beginning a t 9:45.:
:: Plus 3 Imported Beers on Tap There. i is a class for each age pracr group in sanctuary.

group", including adultv TRIM: IY METHODIST STORE HOURS AM 1. TO 9 1VM.1.i
:+o :: )ORTMUNDER HEINUKENS LOWEN1MAU The pastor Rev. DurwarJ H. Area: Street, lessen Beach
"Knight' Jr. wilt speak on the subject 1\IO
t. : 50 : "No Room for Je,.." at UM Sunday school 9:45: a.m., kindergarten i DAYTIIRUSATURDAY
!"PIZZA PIES 9A D15lINg1POOR : II a.m. worship service Sunday. through adult! clan a;; I IRUBIN'S
Special= music will be rendered by morning worship at II, supervised Y
Ronald Johns, and by Cheryle, nursery attendant during church.:
COCKTAIL LOUNGE Nock, ana Michel CoutanL By Choir rehearsal Thursday Dec..
BOB'S & DELICATESSEN special request! they ..ill ting 17. 7:30 pin
"Drummer Boy.. Practice for Christmas program ,
Pauor's office hours for arM Saturday Dee 19 at 3 p.m.
The Most Complete Delicatessenand week will be can..elkd. Sunday, Dee. 20 at t p.m. the
Lounge in the 3 County Area Prayer service. and Bible study Christmas program spucMid. by 117 N. 2nd Street 464-1770 Fort Pierce
will be held at the church each the Sunday school department will
A4.A JENSEN CAUSEWAY JENSEN BEACH FLA. 287-982 Wednesday night at 7:45: beheld,



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Would Curb Rackets and Fake Charities Directors Seek 11umdll nil!: STUART, December(Florida 11, 1964 NEWS 5-U

I. Copy of Film Local Youths at MOBILE HOME SHOWThe

u Itu Chamber AaMag routine bUMMM discussed Farragut SchoolCadet Luxuries of A Mobile fame are the

n Acting to Control Drives 'by" Stuart Chamber of Com Paul M M.tleson1011\ Expensive Extras in Most Other Homes
n board
mere of director Thursday
' of Mr. and Mr*. Wllhm ). Math. HUM INC.: \ IIOML Step Inside a mobile home for a good
'nJ'nk morning was the need for addUKHMt eik')', Crane Creek Ranch Palm look. The "builder h proud e4f It. No wonder, because Ifa got
funds for dM new film City, has recently been promoted everything for your comfort and convenience.
Funds "City of the St. Lucie" in order to
Asking from Business Firms tend. a print for distribution from to the rank of petty officer, third Sensational buys on '64 ckee-out" floor plan Include front
the Florida Development CMMM*I clan, in the Third Company of kitchen*, center khthemt reverse aJsfce' -one and two bedroom
e .fen Mm library m Tallahassee. the Cadet Corp of( Admiral Far. many with Ui baths Floor plan custom: tailored to ;mwdeslrest
e If Stuart Chamber of Commerce "I I,I promoters and fake charity) solici! mittee time requested' tor the campaign Several complaints against a JoMl I ragut Academy St. Petersburg.
business members approve. tors who regard South Florida as I The board voted to send copies firm were reported tot h. During hjs two yean at the Sale pcnonnH<< .M attendance goo to 6JO daily.
(thirty days notice preferred All
all fund-raising solicitations among I a harpy hunting ground m the I of the plan to the membership who ) I board It was agreed the chamber Academy, Petty Officer Matheson Sunday 1:00: to 600:
merchants must first be cleared winter season! will be 'asked to return a signed request must \be nude on chamber k not staffed to act as a better has been in the upper half of
1 by the chamber. I The board of directors: Thurs. I statement indicating their willingness forms. Such applications: hall busmen bureau such *. it found his class academically. Me 'is a FEATUREDNOW!
( One of the prime purposes of I day approved an outline of a solicitations I to fully co-operate with the be acted upon hv the committee in large cities, but will negotiate\ member of the Academy newspaper Sec these beautiful new "shorties"!
the new set-up would be to check I control program presented plan. It will be put into effect only as soon a* ro ,lble. As the apply wherever povable! complaints involving staff and the yearbook staff.
on and to stop out-of town racket if .member firms only. Other He I is alto a Cheerleader. I In intramural New. t5 modes 10 ,
by an investigating! com- I enough signatures are secured cant b notified of the committee's Id. 12 wld And only 36' long!
to make the program practical. should be taken to the proper ''''Ir\-\ he is a member of Can be initialled. on present small lot
r-: Representatives of all decision, general publicity on the licensing agencies. the batietrtall. volleyball, tennis your
I planning funds raising campaigns group action will be released to the Membership delve' total now swimming, and sailing teams. In TUB GIFT OF A LIFETIME
Let our experts and other solicitations would be press. stands at $9.315 in cash and the Academy Naval Science program -
i I asked to fill in an official application pledges. Directors will make calls he has attained the rating FOR TilE TIME OF YOUR LIFE :
form for the information of ,a BLAM;"\ ':'(:: : FR not completed during last month of qualified boat handler f fJ
FIBERGLASYOUR I committee which would meet OK. ILMIING EENT: three-day campaign. A fir.t-year cadet at the Academy \Vishing ;.J I Merry ChristmasTo All f
I twice monthly. Blue cards wouldbe Present at Thursday mornings "Is Cadet Christopher R. Perry IUD I
Aurele Blan.h.tic won the recent business session Cook, of SILVERS II
issued to groups approved Purpose I were: Ray son Mr and Mrs. Clifton
of the plan would be to serve Pratt A Whitney fishing contest i William P Crary, Mike Greene S. Perry 808 Weir Street. Stuart. I
BOATGet contributors in the area by exam with a seven-pound, six-ounce Runny Nelson, Don Bowden, Mrs. Chris's half-brother. Ben Pitman JENSEN TRAILER SALES INC.
ining and evaluating solicitation black bau Seven hundred employ C. M Walker, R. F. McRobcrts graduated from the Academywith ,
to direct them toward campaign! es and guests look part in the Jr., Bill Bntton. Joe Finley, Herman honors, and he has since I WNShN/ BKACII FLORID I
our Free Estimate of maximum benefit and to detect half-day event on canals and I Rciu and! Mrs Rosaleen Mur- graduated from Georgia Tech with Route 707 "Ju i North of the
fraudulent questionable and unnecessary marshes surrounding/ the plant. ray. honors. Arch"I I
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sollcilalions.Chamber --------
We Sell all kinds of members participating ((00OCCtCK! KtgWtSomething
in the program would be given a
FIBERGLASING SUPPLIES wall card for their place of bust-
Cloth, Resin, Hardener. Petit Marine Paint at discount. ness! indicating need of a permitby
all solicitor
No telephone solicitations: will
BOAT SLIPS FOR RENTBrand be allowed.
The special solicitations review
new concrete: : dock wild sturdy piers.. Wafer and would give approval and consideration .
electric at each Near Inlet to:
1 I. Campaigns organized fo r
county or citywide solicitations of
funds whose sponsor are established
Branson Boat Co. reputable citizens who are
donating their services and takingan
active role in management. Proposed
REPAIRS HAULING PAINTING:\ project must be of maximum

St Lucie Blvd off AlA Port Salerno benefit to the area with a 1fr
; low ratio of expenses to gron ,. seat /v '

I, Phone 287-4477 income.2. Campaigns organist by
reputable sponsors to solicit advertising
I ticket sales, gifts, and oth

1 er area be prizes.of with maximum a Proposed low ratio benefit project of expense to must the for every member of the family

to gross income.
Direct The review committee would be
1 1I 1i Buy composed. of five chamber" members Amity lluxton

It would give full approval but :fESTiv
consideration to: .: BILLFOLDS . from $3.95$
1 I. Operating funds!, special: purplanet. ;tm': Here are m Just a few of the hundred.
i From FactoryFIBERGLASS or capital funds conducted :'>{ ; of Item. you'll find II,". Come In
by, for and within the membershipof )1 .
: rftiGood and broww aisles You
I of clubs, fraternal, scrv > through our
ice and trade groups X ran fin mist of your 111 right. .....
rw r specific 2. Non purposes-recurnng not appeals within for the i1i: SHAVING SETS. from $$1.00 to $$7.50

w scope or established community \ .
1 SURFBOARDS e ? state, national, or international -.r---- C..
, agencies:
for approval by the
s conwirni-e-'shall be filed at the t -Selectionof/. .". ,. Please her with BROWNIE CAMERAS from$5.9J
Chamber of Commerce office not
less than fifteen days prior to the

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tau ,(our..head.. prcrmlarr Many others by Dana 5 fratra"ee Cliantillyand/ many other CIGARETTE LIGHTERS from $$1.00

Lanvin's Sin Remeur Scandal
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rxlen Club of Stuart Home According to the 'hoard o1rict-I[ wa decided: that no ribbons orprite.
which were decorated in the rector of the club I the would be awarded
Christmas theme were those of choice of approximately half of General chairman of the event MR*. ROSS' VtTTlKM and Mrs. Huber Speedy began the lour
Mr and Mn. Ed Lawrence Mr. these attending the tour was the was Mr,. Norma Johnson, aisist' at the Ed Lawrence homefi.D
and Mn James Oarvry. Mr and James Garvey home for which I ell by Mrs Paul Bryant
Mr. Richard Bohnef. and Mr, and ..-
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,J.a \ >I' r.\ "V; 111 Commercial banks' have chosen lft. V. 1. M i..*sKtta. afewt. -.

'. .:: .\(). t'Il \ Speech to iM..f.H.>iifl aa their pnmarv advcrtMftf .I 10' JUT etttt tt m grow MtiMial -

.... ... '; \ M d4um t CI r, the nineteenth ....... for MilMMl security pu*. .: I
; .t.1't:. Civitan Club conaecutivi: sear \ =

H nr> < .BeekinaA, ootmwlur' -
*s t a tor DM Juvenile Court. wat atMt t

avu. peak..r tor dw C'I"nwh ait "DANCE WITH A .MU." ...:.
luncheon on WadfttMhty. Hoc
He ditcumnj MM: MgrMufat and JANUS _

ztr vroMtnM inwolvtrf M work weAjuve.ilea TO THE iiiiieoa -
IkekawiM. Fan the ihoad.
4pN lot in a" teriet 4)ft -"Ymtle Carl Greco1C1et. rtfcCTim ::
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Prt .coori l01I Ie a 1tPloss .::
Taylor chief of pofcee. and C ow eaehe.tn _
iv Judge Maltory Ja>NUnett. Some
of the t'actlll'fihllt wet* dtouMedry <<
the speaker were. : rt 1 box 56 hob. sound ph. 546-5187 ::

lack w proper 'IIi"to- ewfifaylualifiod
stained, pertomxl 1 for .
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Apathy of parent In retard to
heir children;
Shortage of the clerical pcrmw-! RESEARCH RECOMMENDS...

eel necessary in ardor that tram-
-d. qualified" person can funcfkm, .. .three common stocks: In our current Monthly Review." j

in their field; and l
a Improper' lucililiet foe dcfam LOCKHEED AIRCRAfT-this broadly bawd enterprise .i.

log of juvenile dtliiujuenfet ilwmjpretrial appears to lITer sound value nhovcveftfe current Income j

trial and post-trial per and favorable appreciation ptw,0>ilKt... +
Y sFF7CFRS flew problem could .he. apfreciatily NORTHWEST AIRUNK-iharlnf in the '. prot. .y

reduced through th' tn perky, this common, Hod secant wtraaive for cull ftirther\ :l
t teresi and concern of the public capital enhancement
and our city and county, officials: '1
Bcikman aid. adding (hut juvenile TIMt, INCORfORATtD--climbing advertising revenues
delinquency would N> practically and improved cost! controls have contributed to expanding

emanated! if ntrenls would earnings and Increased dividends for this leading magazine 1
assume their wponsiniluias! at mature publisher

Julia in love I and concern ....................................-......... oJ
for their children
Please send m. your new DMMibcr "R..." TWO fcllJARr MIN: AIRCRAtT. NORlMWLSr AUUINFS and TIME. IN-

IN HrH I' rXHUISK: : CORPORAlinr I ...
Missile Technician Seaman AI. .. ..

bert I). Oryikr. U.SN. nor of Mr '" N m.. . .. .......... .. ,,' ..................,, SN
of the i new East Stuart Elementary Schools PTA Mated left to right membership committee. Mrs. Eugene Dickens parluimcntarian.; kirtois", Francis and Mn Jtimcs A Gryder and of Ikwlarmaa 732 l. 1!
Fast Fifth Stuart
e: James mil, president; Herbert Gaines;; ,, vice president; Mrs. Dtbora Long finance committee: : Mrs Helene Christie historian, Mrs. tl. D. Waldon' chaplain Hnt Street(lust, Hurlice, N. Strip. Address, . . . . ..City .... Slate. .. ... .._,
.tI', secretary; Mrs. Edith Jackson, treasurer Standing, left to right: John L. Mrs. Mary Thompson, publicity committee and, Mrs Loraine Grant, social com- ling USN ion' of Mr and Mu.lien {ioo..._.........................._........_.

'alker, principal of Lincoln Park Academy Fort Pierce; Mrs. Hattie Green mitt 'O were unable to be in the picture Meting are held the second: Monday E Stripling of Tropical Farms, r

rogram committee; Mrs Authcrme McHardy hospitality committee; Robert Hall night of each month The president urges all parents lo attend. participated! IXc 9.12 in a large
: scale: llcel t training operation) In the HIRSCH & CO.
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"" ." ', '\\'f Korth and Mr Parrish one student a very merry Christmas and a hap The Hobe Sound Company to it>URivr CILB srrsIIIKIMMAH tam Tall Back" while j l nerving
each who really understands "mod. py New Year. F. Burrall Holfman I Lots 234 and PAR FY aboard the guided missile destroyer 1011 Siiilh Second !Street Fort Pierre

JAGUAR ern" mathematics ((I I'd like to be Sincerely 235, block 77, Inland Beach Revised USS! Joseph Strauss. RISIDKMS:: :: OF STUART PALL TOII.IRFFlA1LANI1C
Mr Parrish!') Mac StuckeyWarranty Plot No. 2, $33000\ ) The Tourist Club will bold a The exercise' unikr the dire 7.4100
Christmas; Due 21 of die commander ,1tit. .
would like finda party Monday !:ion
Mr. Pittman to Willie Nolund John Wil-
Ray \
ant at tho Youth Center. Seventh sleet in the rar last:
JottingsBy biology student who can look hum Pemberton. Lot 8, block: I I. 6pm dish 'will to Increase' the readi- .' MAIN OITICEi it Broad SIre,n, New York '4, JSf. Y.
microscope A covered be was designed" : "
the right end of a )Indiantown
through Deeds Park 10900. will l t
served, Coffee lieu of Seventh: I led unite i'n
MAC! S1'UCKEY and not break hit preciousslip West Jensen Com tkcJ'"rln. LJtlcn market news
Development Thone Ittcndlng are a> strike anti-aircraft and antl-sub" to daily averagesat3OSlutkin
':. covers and slides Filed in Week ?any to Harvey L. HilU. Lot 98, their own table ICJ'vicc.: Entertainment marine warfare Twenty-three Mir- MIR 1400( on your dial
Barbara Gaughan would like wction I, West Jensen Highlands, is being planned I face' three tuhniarinet and
By !1VUC STUCKEYiday wall-to-walt Beatle records Have SIOKOO. -- rlh1i:',; :' Air Force and __ alai,., awaaSua was boa P... s.Mt.. Pal f ire blot....
pity on her parents and bring them h Alice Daly to C. Denny Saund. Synonymous Best! circulation Naval air units participated in the (_es. ewe. ...... ,,"",..... t OweAu.' .
Dec 18, is the last day
hoot before Christmas van each a pair of well-lined that ear he muffs M. P. Nelson to Charles E. Din- en Lot' 26, bltKk: 8, Tropic Vis.ta and The Stuart News- -exerciM--" ---.. _' __ _... __ --t.
Dick Ruhnke says wants $9600J ) -- -- .
School will resume Jan. on Lots 9, 10. II and 12 block
a life subscription to Mad' magazine D. Parker lo Thomas L 'It
1965, (7( revised! plat of New Monrovia
Crook. lot 26. Bahama Terrace, :.+
Ince I cannot on school! s/d. .SfIJtJ.
report Carol Raphel would like a copy section 3. $18.(MX). ....
lilies that time, thii I
during Gerald L. knouse to Robert F.
of the 'Hcrhie" annual. She is a Tommy W. Blunkemhip to Jan :J
Imn will be published again
not big fan of HerbiesJim McRoberts Jr Property in section Denson Hicks Lot 2, block 2. In- ...
I the I issue of Jan 14 1965lisketball
30, township 37 S, range 41 L
diantosvn Park $11.()XX).
Fouler, a motorcycle lover,
if J4.MX()
he would like to have a Honda William Alloway to T. L. How.
says \
practice will not be Nancy Stamm lo Henry Green er. Property in kx A, Riverside
90" for C:hrittmas 1( can'tpick t ..
1 during the Christmas holidays, of these for you him, he Lots I II I -and 1 12. block 9, New Heights. $3/ >ill resume again the first day up one Monrovia aid $MK( ). Robert H. Lear Inc. to Joseph

,- JO.. JChool. The..ltanx jlaj ""will" settle for a Mo-ped ww3u""Tfliir R&B Enterprise of Ffaridit, M. Philp. Lot 29, .ectHIIt' \. ..B*. ......
first game in January.) Jim Good urn i a Ine. to men Loll 25. 26 i Aama'Sense.. $17.310.
Varooom and 27, bloc/ 20 New Monrovia i Henry G. Kindred to Horace
Ml Friday night Stuart Junior Sally Leighton would like to t/d SKKKI ''J.' Mink. Property in government "" 'J'
h football team celebrated a have another dumber party. It it's Elmer Kreiser to Holdings l. Inc. lot 2, section: 3, township 38 S, i Alocfcrn' IV Recliner
Bessful 1964 year 'with an endTie anything like her last one was reported Property m section 16 township range 41 E $100.M I( ). BodcockbCHAIRS .
banquet held at the I ( to be there U be quite a 39 S.. range 38 fc $100( C Rah to Joe Usher Lots r..
i Club The team tied for first' Christmas for her. 7 and 8. block: 2. Port Salerno. GloVl Soft .
fee in its conference with f a Mrs. Lorenz will settle happilyfor William N Gill to James FGauchan $6.(XXI.Kar, : '
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Lot 2, block 49, Manson d ,
and in her homeroom ttrttL Etoled
two loss record. quiet
e win peace | L. Jama to Robert F. Mc.
for change. Grant StfXilliam ). 4 "\J' J
Roberts at trustee" Property in ('j0 Plastic .
TIER? 1'0 SANTA CLAUSar Marie Yankovnh request n for t.< \\ N. Cull to Oscar E. tract 2, block 42. St. Lucie Intel I I11' erry, f '
Johnson, Lot 3. block 49 Hanson ,
a tall, dark and hnndwme boy Farms $5,100.Walter (). I
Santa Claus: Poor Mr. O'Connell.woukl likelo Grant t ,
B 4y the time they reach junior be committed to the nut.house!. Henry Grien to R. H. Blum i 'Went worth. Property in tec o r ,
|h school girls and boys have because his Latin students are Lot 10. block: 27, Port Salerno lion 15 township 31 S., range .41, .hN p .
Aped writing you but I scout- driving him batty. $4. 100. E. $ 14.110.I /
I around and have found out John Snavely would like to have Indiantown Company Inc to sowtSswM e

i at the students and teachers his science: fair project finished for Martiruifu; Conntruction: ; .. Jnc. Stales agricultural / INue !
flly want for Christmas Christmas. Property in block 28, plat.... A,.1.>fIndianlown I products ate" bartered for strategic i J 4 ; ..
Coach Knott would like a sixi Please bring my little sister and $900Martinique ). defense materials, about $1 I i
>t, nine-inch basketball center brother someone else! to pester besides Construction Inc. 51.0 Jth seven.foot arms and onlye me to William V Underhill Jr Property I -
left foot And last' but not least picas. J In block 2*<<. plat A of Indian- .It cows you leu per reader la advertise 5"l Cbvt-Safr Taw tTr.lq M.dean Delieee
(Please bring. Mrs Bowling Mr bring all my friends sad readers' town ft ,..Ot). 'in The Stuart News, I r rapes/.tl aa..rats..Mn.v$ 5 -
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[Murray[ High Girls Look- for Winning S- asonIe I II I ,, ,, ,a ;a 5.M wwaP..w.N Per.N b e Ar.4d.1 M a r..w6 M's / 1lS.w..k'SDONN -:;.-.r'iJ

[ value to Murray High U. at the new Murray gyre ping season again for her twenty. Holloway Doris Silas,. Dolores I s, P IAEGI MODERN :

of two 1963 all-conference: The all-conference: players are tirl t squad which: also includes:,; Queen, AimetM Davit Yvonne 4 '' ? TVRICUNIR/k/ -
was demonstrated Thurt. 'Luvema Watson, a senior, and Lucy Candies, Celia Ingrtm, Inel- Preston lanni. Dooley, lode I $s pews -
3, when they drubbed Mary Johnson, a sophomore.Miss ma Meuse Margaret Hoks, Rosa FCM RosJUod (olloway H it Ddlt/ Glew Selt / > w"Y"
Brown High of Okeectuv Elmira D Rawlt, the Solomon, Donete Johnson Mary Betty Frnn } v' EipondccfPloitk y
-l0, in the teason'i opener Uonettet' coach, looks for a wln-' Holloway Pear line Reed Pettylrt" I and Ida Wb t.. ,
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: Alfred! daughterMisa this Neoprene v C p oo the tops 0: SOCIETY NEWS Mrs. W. T. Moore+ Is Honored WELCOME WINTER VISITORS
week with hit Mel. utility I w. an happy to lee the many sew facet and old friends back
oJie Olson of St. Leak Crescent,I poly brtvcnt the entrant At .
I of Party Given on Friday In Stuart Drop ewer to PowctTs for a good meal well prepared
Stuart Mieh.I He is from Muskegon, decay water tly ctutet cracking am I w winw m nrmtewr.unrr, ti _. I ,- courteously served and very reasonably! priced.
I V- w : Mn William T. Moore, the foe' McCoy. Mn. Evan Crary Jr., And, we will appreciate your recommending our Motel to your
-- -.. .see "I former, Miss Kathleen M. Hartman Mn. William King, Mrs J. Alex friends who may be coming to Florida thin winter

Vincent's Jewelers; ,, bridal was honored shower at Friday a muceilaneoui Dec.- Raphel, Mrs Carl) Turner, Mr*. WE WILL BE CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY
compare 4, at the home of Mn. Caries )Prank Wacha. Mrs. Dottie Synw, Special For Next Sunday
Porter, 288 Colorado Avenue. A.- Darlene Randolph, and Miss BEEF WITH EGG NOODLES *&
sisung Mrs. Porter at co-hootemes: McCoy. CHOICE OF TWO SIDE DISHES $ I 00
1)inntmul were Mrs. T. C. Houk and Mrs.
R. 1. Randolph. CimiSTMAS PARTY COFFEE or TEA
Among the guests were Mr. The ways and means committee
Ralph Hartman Jr,, mother of the of the Eastern Star will have a
with any diamonds anywhere+ 'bride Miss Pat Hart Mn. Ralph covered dish Christina party on F. L. Powell's Motel & Restaurantu.
'I'' Beert, Mn T. R. Chambers, Mrs. Friday. Dec. 18 at 1230: pm. at
PV Ann Morn, Mn Karl Son Mrs. the Masonic Temple on Osceola) .No. 1 2 BLOCKS NORTH OF ROOSEVELT BRIDGE
I Ralph Hartman Sr. and Mn. Ernest Street. A dollar item gift exchange I EstaotUwd over IS yean
L. Ricou: grandmothers of will be held. All Eastern Stan are "A SQUARE DEAL WITH EVERY MEAL"
LAYAWAY NOW I the bride, Mrs. Mary Broome,, Mrs. welcome.

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watchmakers Lewis Bell in .Celebration festive holiday M''r_

3 generationsat Of His Ninetieth Birthday f

His ninetieth birthday was cele- ed off the windshield at regular season don't
brated by Lewis Bell, Friday, Dec. intervals.
1 II I, with a party at his home in
Eldorado / Before his retirement he was
VINCENT'S JEWELERS Heights Extension on
I S.E. Fourteenth Stret. He was self-employed as a carpenter and
born Dec. II, 1874. previously! had worked In a garage -i forget to order s
231 Osceola Ave 287-1878 Bel! came to Stuart Oct.: 16, and a meat market and in the
1916 from Detroit Mich. Ho re- construction: field. -y .
als'.ata_.aelaaaalaa.aa aulaaaralaraaa,>.>w.wylna aw>wwru-urraa ported that it took him eleven Bell's wife,' Anna died March ; ;;; //
...I"': days by automobile and that the 12, 1957. Ho has a son, Rotcoe, .
mosquitoes were so heavy near in Arlington, Va. and a grandson, delicious '
this area that they had to be brush Peter, in West Palm Beach. your

I Junior Women Club Members

Under Will Go Dec. i
Caroling 22The

NEW Junior Woman's Club of Guests at the meeting were:
Managem't Stuart met on Monday, Dec. 14, Mrs William Christopher Mrs. Tripson's Egg Nog
at the home of Mrs Guy Crom
well. Marshall Evans, Mrs. Richard
OF Following a short business session Hare. Mrs. James Melear Mrs.
JOHN the fine arts committee presented Allan Stuart. Mrs. Lloyd Wieser,
the rIanaJ'T'8or IsChristmas Miss Carolyn Aldrich: and Miss
WEl1lJNGTONJohnny's( ," Dorothea Urquhatt.

fine her arts committee chairman: ,Mrs.was Frank asdatedby The Junior Woman's Club will C2&B* or get it from :your favorite store ,

Anchor Oil Zorn, Mrs. Richard Murphy, Mrs. go Christmas caroling Tuesday
Wallace Cook and Mrs. Harold evening, Pee, 22 followed by refreshments
Pia UI, at the home of Mrs,
", Mrs. Kermit Tucker narrated William McKnlght
SERVICE STATIONB. the program and read several The executive board will meet oG Best Wishes
Christmas poems Christmas carols on Dec. 30 at the home. of Mrs. ForV
were sung by the choir; Mrs. ,Toley Engcbretsen. The next .
F. Goodrich freu Wallace Cook, Mr). Albert Krueger regular dub'wwuaf. bt oa / ,
Tires Mrs. Ronald Preltup, Mrs.Wallace 'Jsn. 11 at the Woman's Club I
HoMetter, building Rad Radtke, director ofthe
Mrs. Frank The SeasonTripson's
CAS FH/-MIUM\ CAS30.9c Zori, Mrs. William McKmght and Pioneer Occupational: Center Holiday
Mrs. Donald Gore. Mrs. Mur i 1 "Our Pioneer ,
33.9c phy accompanied the group on the Schoor.aMrs.. Daryl Marsteller I
pisno. Mrs. Platu sang "0 Holy will give the devotional. Hostesses
NightMSanta's: will be Mrs. Kermit Tucker and
DISCOUNT TO 1'RU 5 Helpers Mrs David Mrs. Robert M. Johnson.
Burkey and Mrs Robert Battier,
distributed gifts for the exchange' Weekend guests of Mr and
BATTERIES FILTERS! TUBES A(7 SPARK PLUGS among members and guests. Members Mrs. James Sigler of Pine Street, Dairies Inc.
also brought gilts for the were Mr. and Mrs.Carlton Hill,
WE REPAIR TUBELESS: : TIRES: t\K HUBBLE_ GUM (two Children sponsored! by the Clermont. Sunday guest! were ,
AND LOLLIPOPS FOR W) P1I club at the Sunland Training Center Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Crowed and
After (the gift exchange there daughter, Kathy Scoring, Mr. and
OPEN 6 A.M TO *12 P.M. ..- 1 PAYS A WEEK was group singing and refreshment Mrs. Oscar Robinson, Lake Park;
were served. Mrs. Sigler's and his wife,
Miles South of Stuart on Hwy. U. S. 1 Hostesses with Mn. Cromwell Mr and Mrs.nephew 1. L Heady and ,.t1C.. ... ... "' ..... ..., '
Zom wets: and Mrs Mrs.Earl Gore.D. Rlcou, Mrs. West daughters'" Palm, Jeanette Bench: and LInda, .tt. a + .iij; .t .t:;. ar+ '" .

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