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 24, 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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NO CITY CHRISTMAS TRIALS COURT IN NEARS AS F .. i r rt aF Decision Deeding on "j

of the -- -
In keeping with spirit
season Judge Harry F. Dyer post. '. .
poned the regular session of Municipal I Dickcrson. lithuld: a contractto I.;.. d+.It.I .- ;
v put a one-nlch Mirlucing course Delay byOwner
I Court Tuesday evening. Al toil .. ,r,
cases were ordered held over un ....,. I. j on Murphy Raid, !from West Mur '
tit Dec. 29.GOVERNOR. phy Road to Va dale Harbor" for "t
i a little less! than one hour of IC ; )
& l'Ullt'lI1ml llIn meeting Tucs-: 'j.A.,t tIt Is
BRYANT IN I day morning.DicVcrson SS
CHRISTMAS; MESSAGE:, I was (he only bidder, I 55 ':'\

Received by The Stuart News tcAL at SJ.no, well Mo the* budget
Christmas \ esliniuic of $ .lkl) 'for tho job. b '. Cited byAttorney
before time a
just pr was I ,1
message! to the people of Mar 1 1 .5 1 the I contract: ails "iwurJeJ "by ,.t ., ,.
tin County from Governor Farris '1 sat the C'fl1mlloloIOlallcr a lengthy .. +
a during which 'ounly
Ported the bulletin tn /5
Bryant. on the Engineer: I Fred Bell gave an his 'r i- ,f
boards of bases around
military I Ihai the of the
opinion perlormunce
world are letters addressed to the
work at this lime would save Ihe ,
The let. 1 Cc
floridians at each base. 5t
road base, but
that the work could
tern, over my signature speak for be for Iwo I ;" An applicutum f fist the abandon
postponed tears
all Floridians in letting our people the However, Idler in the meeting, srr eject of a section: of the old ocean

holidays i who know cannot that be we home are thinking for ( I Mrs. Julia \\alker. nmnugcr ofRobert's I. : isI" front road on Hulchmson Island,
Tropical: I fish" farm east north of Jensen lleuch .
of them and that the American Causeway
Christmas thrive because! they defend S- S of thIS the Martm-St Sunshine Slats lucie Parkway\counties ncur 5- Road' was denied' by Man in

freedom. The governor urg boundary, inlormed" the commission I rt M f I County Commission Tuesday
he and
and said
ed safe driving wish all of the that the impending fencing-i t the denial was the outcome of
Mrs. Bryant you and off ef2J Canal I would deny im opinion 1 by County Attorney
Christmas season! S
joys of access to and from the farm except .! $ Dean looker which contained I ho
the best of everything in a great over \Nil- suggestion that the applicant Airs
state in a new year.: hum J. faITOnel J'Yt this I rw I kirenco M. Barnes of
TWENTY-TIIREE CHIIDKKN and eight adults will have sumptuous Christmas dinners ai result Chicago: *
of activity by a committee of Coral Gardens Civic Association Four boxes of food and t hristmas route, with Miithcson's' permission j seek a declaratory: decree from a
she said", necessitated the court of
IIFRE'S HOW YOU goodies, including everything from 4 turkey to nuts and candy, and cooling $18.50 each will he given of a roud construction thoeast competent jurisdiction.:
paralleling Mrs. (tarns
CAN AID MUSEUMS to four needy families in Sluart. Members of the committee are Helen Magarine, her husband, Ralph, side ol the parkway, and the r1ahl-lf"way :for gave the the new county alignment a. I

Looking for a civic service'How ? Mrs Grace Denton and Miss Molly McKenna. repair of a bridge of State Road AlA on the

about volunteering to be a 1 he fish farm ships! 35,000) fish 14rlNp Island lit IY56/: and at that tinio
host or hostess at the Elliott or weekly in season, Mrs. Walkei I was promised by the then county
House of Refuge Museums for Reorganization Session Monday stated, und heavy trucks are attorney, T C }Honk that: Martin
an afternoon or evening during) t ed to curry fish and feed. neod'i County' would ahumion. the old I
the' busy tourist season? Just phone I trucks, she averred, could rl.hI-ot.w.y separate. all
287-4256, and let the. museumsecretary the Matheion route{in its present private' property) in that area from
= know that you'll I be Todt Is Named City Mayor condition I p gr_ the beach.: Much of (he road 1*
available and when would be most i Alter' Commissioner IU1: Miller. now eroded and"" U virtually part
convenient for you. in whoso district the fish farm I Is Of the beach.

CHRISTMAS v. UTWORKFRS BONUS A. E. Sims Is Vice Mayor j. a know situated road where would had the stated come 11I"111)for that from) he Commissioner duln't such. w 1v I1'+ In However the meantime was, tins paver transfer a effected"state to law, MrsBaines and of

Jack Williamson. moved + k
m 1941) prohibited: the. abandonment
All personnel working for theOty William Toot elected fur the I hut the Dickerson" contac for a lv of to
P. was : ering legislation spring thought that we either ought lo enforce vnjrrottii* gMftt accent wa
of Stuart for more than NX mayor of the Cuy: of Stuart and I session .of the LcgislaUire.Commissioner it of drip il" Murphy Road be rescinded Coin .,rot .a.wr.. lea front without art equable exchange.
months will receive a $10 pre Arthur B. Simi wiu) chosen! 'VIM D a. MeCturesaid Mayor lOOt called for cooperation miMioner' Jack iMiundersoii wconded unless"the mutter,receive" :
hribtmai bonus, and those who m '"'annual that the motion with the (miler AGAIN TI1H YEAR this trmoimns bee decorated: with Chrlstniu lit leferendum.M. ,
mayor the "reorgamrawtf i a point brought up frequently -. and "a year in which: ws,can a majority vote a
have worked for 1M city less than session oil Monday night. in his recent campaign( was accomplish as much, if not more ,standing that it ht Bells opinion. / symbols will he part of HID Redeemer f..ulherlllChun.h: c"lebrution Bonny Nelson of M P.
sex months will' get a J5 bonus, Nominations were placed by Coop : the mowing of city lots 'People i iI as in the year past" : that'enra Murphy with and Road sealing can, last and that two of Christinas Adilili.Mi.il/ symbols. have been .added. according Nelson Real Estate representing

mlfttioner Jack Hdrtman. '/ )Ihe (preMimahly from the to Rev. Doiiuld Schroedcr, "rxistiir:: the public I III invited) Mrs. Barnes pointiiJ out Unit the

nnu.McKEN7.IE: The board reappomted T. T: Good News "* Murphy money!Road contract) he used seethe tree, and explanation' shectf will available nl the church. j existence of the old oceanfrontroad
Joe for Christmas! serious deterrent to
ughlcrsun! as city attorney for this (the farm road instead" ._ was a
MILITARY QUEEN'Ricky ) -- -- - -
Crowder and the of the Iklf'thcrltpari
as city manager development
Ihe motion carried, and Dicker
Rufo son of Mr*. Eleanor Mrs. Callie McCrary .Fs city clerk New ( 1 Into ( of the Wand within! Martin
ton, Inc., lost a contract. System ?foot) ( [ [B.c[!
the and ,
towers, recently attended treasurer After the meeting Matheson. County
Christmas formal of the Palm J Crowder reappomted tae fol- Land Deed for Pool who had taken, no the illsCUSMOII While the County Commission
Beach Military Academy where he lowing city personnel: Jesse J. Tay- ;, 1 told: Ihe part New nt Hint hii.priMiiiftc baa nutle no effort lo deny the
is a student. His date, Miss. Cecilia or, chief of police; Milton ("f- of giving the coonty ariyhtofway Auto'' Tags Are Not moral obligation/ owed Mrs Harms
McKenzie daughter of Mr. and fin, fire chief; William Ambler across" his property it hoe awaited hiker's opinion
Mrs. C R. McKenzie. Port Salerno parks superintendent{ ; PJU! G. My. Before First of Year till stool| .|, "provided the road and II la Us legul: obligation" "
was crowned Miss Palm en: streets superintendent; Fred bridge are put in shape and then'twined looker'* letter follow
Beach Military Institute at the Walton, water superintendent; William and a fence Is constructed" :' Due Until Feb. 1stAulo The chiilnimn of the board
dance which was held at the GeorgeWashington Wheeler building Inspector| Yes. Felix Williams, there is a Manager Joe Crowder dated t I along, t the. cant side of the riglit- lea requested thai, I the write I hi.
Hotel, West' Palm and Bud Pfeiffer tax assessor.Two Santa Clausl 1 Thursday, Dec. 17. thut he has ot.w.y pinion concerning vacating
Beach. MLS* McKenrw is a seniorat resolutions were approved! It, almost half a the obtained the of a county rolll.llhat rune through
School year since necessary legal description lags fur l5 C will go CHI WW, over 4,500( ( pounds, $1847. I he properly of Florence M.
Martin County High allowing the mayor vice mayor. drive was successfully! concluded and thut the property sale at l his: office I In the cotiruSoi the above' costs include a 50eenloffice ( Barnes, located on llutchlnson Is*
fr' Commissioner Hartman city manager to raise the balance of the $7,000 will be transferred to your corporation County Will Ask on Monday leb. I. IV64 Alvin fee.: Start saving up for )'ourIICW' land.
and clerk to checks on needed for the
REVIEW: OF YEAR First National) Bank sign of Muur( and and fellow members pool which of you ," "before the end of the N, (Andy) Andrews, Martin Conn- lug now.Jou "It appear that Mr. Hook, a
your Martin
COME* NEXT WEEK Bank of SluartX year ly la* collector: announced Mon homer county attorney, wrote *
The now coming to a close The board decided on a long County, Inc.Swimming. plan Pool build Association in in A Merry Christmas to you all Poles Repayment j I clay letter to Mrs. Barnes in 1956 tea
year to I little Dixie, und a Happy New I ??.,,? ,-" may use IV64 lags Irecnlccs! to questing that she deed certain
was "a of fulfillment ascompared holiday for t irv'employes, office Little }Dixie land
year on New Year
to 1 963. "a year of closing at noon Thursday, Christmas by the City of Stuart promised at that lime.you I : your in pool which as you soon may as construct From Power Firm until March: 20 that 1965 elate without IW/ 5 pen- Kcsi i/n/! I Hit! Post rlQhts, -o(-way for the construction:
you ; ally but after > Ug"" 0' AlA on tlulchlnton: Island by
week Stuart Eve, and .
See next Monday.A
reopening We have
promise. good news for you, like and in time for i
ofthe uc in the must' be used. I here I I. no penalty On Zoning Board the Stale Road Department According
similar will begin
News for a complete review closing period time for Christmas
just in
City coming summer!
accomplishments here at noon on New Year's Eve. Al the request of CommissionerI charge: for the purchase of 'I9*>5 lo the letter the old] county -
in I 1964. ComiMioner Sims said that he -- -- ----- : "Miller an effort will he nmde lugs after March: 20. but the use JcMeph S. Cjrtenlecs, chuirnmnof :. rood running through her prop
had the board by the County Commission lo of IV64/ lags after that dale will Martin County punning, and arty would be vacated If she owed
w for the enjoyed past year looked on forward More Parking Space Is cover some part of' the S411,7 re.1'r get: drivers into trouble with Law /.oniog ( imimisskm. advised. the .d the rlght-o.way requested in
BUZZARDS SOCIFTYtOKYIFl ( officers. ctmMniMlttn al Its 'I Ihursduy, Dec the letter
10 a for more streetlights paid to I IVtfld* Power and light I enforcement : According to my search
) BY MIN: WHO "program in East' Stuart and suggested Company for poles carrying high )I I The 1 cost of Ug" for a full thirteenmonth 17. meeting thai he would resign. of the public. records, Mrs. Barnes
10UREU GUATEMALA more work sessions of the board Coming at Post Office wires across the St. LUCM River period: under the present (runs the commiMion! Jan. I I. IV65, ceded the rlght.o(-wsy requested' ]
N. Friel president of the with the city manager. st Roosevelt Undue./ I Slate law Mi: t). Up to 2,500 a* he would shortly thereafter become of her /in Mr. Huuk'i letter, but
Kay The poles were Installed "belli pound, $I I40*>: Plain' 2,501 I lo a metttbvr of Martin County Continued 2-A
Men Garden Club of ,Stuart I City Manager Crowder said that I There relief on the way for office building } ( m Page )
Hartinaii-Leiith-- $2222 W, 3.501lo I Board of Public In.truet"ao
the of the 3.5U pounds, ;
new "
he written the
recent garden would! make recommendation crowded
which sponsored a parking conditions Ion Inc. constructed I
bridge was 4.500) pounds! no."' ; and which he wa elected Nov, j.Decider .
tour of Guatemala forwarded at the next around Stuart PIM Office. We plan I for
tweniy-foor .
word that "an attractive and colorful ; Jail. J 11 I I. for a program meetin"l An old house has been: removed additional parking spaces lo be According lo Miller the pules ----- ---- Waltonians Plan
jacket was purchased in complished in stagerCommissioner and a.f fifty by 120-foot lot on provided 1." laid j Jack Harman! which: preceded those now in uc, Hides (for 'J'otsKids'
Chichicasicnango by each of the Cooke said that the wet side of the post office, on Wednesday were only thirteen year old and !
morning .
male members making the tour. he thought a good move would be and north side of East Seventh I the cspectcd: life ipan of such: 6" ," '" Big Shindig on
On the back of this jacket is em to change the voting place from Street, u being cleared and. paved. poles is twenty years.
broidered the picture of a quetzal the fire Nation to Stuart Youth The work is being done by Man I lIit by Car i Miller and County Engineer: Christmas Fete Jan. 7
bird which is much revered by the Center l.uckhardt Construction Company Fred Hell were appointed by the Thursday,
native of that country. One of Attorney Oughtenon advised Inc.. for the owners of the potWAVr In Parking Lot i commission to confer with the

the wags in our group immediately that the board should be consid- utility company.I.MI.RIIICY. Member of Martin County
this bird buzzard. And Stuart pulice reported a man injured
called a
---- rhapter of the leash Walton,
At Local
so the new Society of Buzzards "O\ftN. : D I at Stuart Shopping Center II ; ROOM Fairgrounds League their wives and guests plan
was formed." Mosley Secures fOR JURY DUTY at the Kwik Clack parking lot II til BUSY I IMCNinetyone : a steak dinner al the Elk Uxlim

Any women residing I In Precinct .' Tuesday when he stepped into the I persons used the I II on the evening of Thursday, Jan. 7,
J, 6 or .12 District 4. who I path of an automobile driven by I emergency tarn at Martin Memorial The nmwl' Martin County t I Amusement C nJ'lU'1.1 A social hour will begin al 641nv :
I Tale TwistingBy I II Jensen Beach wash 10 serve on Juries, are requested -i LuvenNi Watson of Unit Di,,,.. Hospital during the period Fairgrounds Christmas party. was whkh: winter at the fairgrounds, with the supper schedule
to register at the office Ferdinand Hounh 421 Cam. r Dec+ 14 through/ Dec.. 20, thirty-. scheduled for J lo 9 p.m Wednesday will provide& free ride and other I lo start al 7.45: pm.
I J.\CX 'A.IUTit. Sidewalks Job of Mr*. Dorothy Pierce, clerk of den Avenue. Stuart was walking seven of them over the weekend, Dec. %3. I carnival' features, while I I Stuart A new list. of officers, headedby
I rttl Q Cow MOT the Circuit Court in Martin County -I between parked care and reportedly 7 p rn. Friday through 7 am. Santa Clau* himself will i I I be i. Jaycce* will, help: out with/ super Rose Witham a* president will
courthouse so that they may stepped into a traffic, lane Monday Twentynme. of the nine there to get UsHninuu requests ,lainn.I be formally Installed.Reservations -.
As a small boy I. too, wrote Jo Mosley of Jensen Beach the be added lo County Comnussiua- when he was hit. He was treated> ty-one person. .were admitted lo from the )yuwngsters from 4 lo 5:30: I The annual event .fe sponsoredby I are being./ handled
my .i.WIlo Santa at Christmastime lowest of four bidders, was award. er Ed Miller' Int. at Martin Memorial llopiuL I the lioopiuL ,.m. and from 7 lo I p.m. the amuwnivnt firm I by Leonard A. Edward's' chairman .
just like so very many of you. ed a contract by the County Commission TOO Rivcnide! Drive phonw
This wa my first love for a spirit Tuesday lo construct: a 2117.1628.; with the deadline on
I could! not see and a* we matured sidewalk in Jensen Beach along I Picking Roses and Oranges, Ocean Fishing, Is It a Dream? Saturday Jan. 2.
in llfethi the west side of State Road 707A, ..
spirit '"*- from the north boundary of the

a came* we more cam real to tide "r'Zm-aa11o:: south I What a Way to Spend Christmas Day //964! Brrr. i T-Last+ ,,.WMIc.Barn. Weather 1,.. saaaram

I 11 know our Savior. Motley'f bid. on a unit 'basis Ii Iif w. al 1 ....,. 7v 'I.t' .55 05s .
For He ha was $J.40 a square yard for a sidewalk tea, I. ... III e .0.
touched our I l.t\OQ\ feet long and live feet I 1 I Wu told our Inquiring reporter Tbi .cold weather to getting me cutsawn on Christmas Day,.* I "Ju..t right fur waier-skftnf.! And he wid, t 1- i ..; 12 Si ,.ea
hearts and we wide. Three other bob ranged from andwerthocs overcoat car-muffs down, he awd. 'ir* 74 autu+ukl The trouble will be letting the land over al the ocean beach I But >i. I t he kill sure we won'I i=; I j ; ,; :: .sa.
>> .qavsraae
have burst S3.*5 to $4.81 a square yard. I and trudge around MOod YOU inveMignie' thus *urle them Indoors Everybody I talk.! Is Just right foe sun-bklhmg. The have a cu< kr ('hmintaa. WhiU weak <
rur r4TfD
forth with Pippui Tractor: and Lquifrfneot I through the .,.d'lIIlo, find out i about the cow freeing to ed (lo is planning on packing rote mackerel are M and ,thef aailfMh the itnipcrwiure: went over III) for tem/.ratsn
love for our fellow man which is of Fort Pierce received the award what folks planned to be doingon death or other flower. They hove orchid I are in; the occaa fishing. >out of I three dat.ot"' week, the biph I /T, I.IrC30 a', "'P"" .,w..ft
the only way lo peace on earth of a contract for supprymt a Mar Chrttma. Day Yep it turned out lo be sunburn blooming In their palMW.. thi world." being in on Fnday. cooling, dal 'f 'H. .ehpr1a4u N. .
and good will lo men This .la what sey-Ferguon tractor and mower i H. scorned the advice, leaving ," They pUn to pick oranges from 'You mean, for once, we're ft- trend set in Tuesday with a high U 1f'': .a, t ;
I want for Christina May each al a COlt of S2.649 mchiduic an the office in I hn ctntomarr opcoI And bow about the snow their own tree for Christmas! lag to have the stl of Chrwtnias, of 7J Pwreen for Wednesday ;:' >
and every one of ua from The. allowance for a trade-in. Unsuccessful I l necked *'hortlccved sport* shirt. "bunked wmdow-lugh' m the r.*.- breakfast.ImpuMiblc." advertise" was high) of 70. with a low of 60. c:: U :: : ;; 1
Stuart New wait you a warmhearted bidden were Mmto Equipment '.I When he returned U mopped dented. section'" Not on Christmas The reporter crossed 'his fmer (- What TburicUy and Friday will r__ .. .. I I. ", I Iias Is I.
Chnstmaa and a Happy of Fort PIerce. Sl,691.26. ,,S.1 his brow with a handkerchief and "You mutt mean pomtcttiaa." Day< lows the see oa Ihe! S*. ,1 *. "1t this weather will hold. tvrt 1 bring .t-. anyone'. gues Bu we kip::' 'a. i II u.ti t i ii
New Year and Sunrise of Fort fierce, }2.'0 beat M for the cold driok cant "Wai anybody be able to yet LuoeT i bite: longer, we've gar lr wade," can hor, coat: *.7 .... l- .e4Tai. I... w" Ma sus

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( ) 'IhimKtaT. December 24, 1964 once. University of Miami recent. degree below I normal IlUmmertft1f'C1'aturlll /

ly received for Its ptpccn( co|. in the area. AccordIng .

'Sea Secrets' CommentsOn (action a very! rife crotfwft: Thf to Erneirt Lyons I a brief period
OMfhri.. Rimfckmiy*, bckwi of cold iwrf! .aIM MMRrs ft Jen.en .
to the unultfal oWcr of Ath that Beach Men year fctwen late
Rare Ftn'd' Made here inilinMl tl* parfhh, the and the Mob nt nfcwwfWi Rein- I / these. cMd (tempera. !
Scn lively little i ia known about t h j 11 tare are caused by upwelling from .
: Secrets a publication of comber edition the following com, group. which in generally: foundm deep water might explain the
he international 'I
Oceanographic mom on a rare deep depths of
/ in oceanic waters frequent discovery rare deepwater -
II { -umdation. reported in its_DC_I_The Institute of_ Marine Sci- The rare fish i washed ashore at fishes in the area Due to
I Jensen Beach Florida on Aug. 12, thi apparent upwellmg\ the Institute .
Mill alive and wa found 'by )Mm, of Marine Science hat accumulated
R, M. Kuhn and Mrs Donna I perhaps' the world's
. FRANCES< IANGFCRD'5JENSEN ) Rowell of Stuart. best collection of oarfishes and
Like othqrpiembera of its group. their relative This collection so
the erestfwi; has i. bright red dos far, includes eight different specic fir
val fin. 'Through the help of Foun of the group
uGG--; dation member Ernest Lyons and 4
t Curtis Whiticar the fish was kept! !MORE ABOUT
refrigerated and delivered io the
Institute In (good I condition. The I
BEACH ON TIm INDIAN RIVER AT ercsifish unusual in that its gin County Rejects
t-ANCFORI MARINA AND VILLAS bladder i i. modified a* an ink tae

CLOSED DINNERS ALL DAY CHRISTMAS and squids it. ha to*squirt the ability ink-,presumably like the I Request to Deed r.7 ,

a protective device to cicape! pred rr
MONDAY THRU SATURbAY Ii P.M. 1010 P.M. atria in the midwater depth where'I Road on Island
SUNDAY S PM. TO 10 P.M. it live. '

LUNCHES The fish came ashore during a I' Continued from Page I 1))
MONDAY THRU FRlriAY NOON TO 2 P.M. period.1 of extremely cold ocean _
Dint 2A7-4040 water. In the region between Jensen the county did not vacate the conn a
Beach and Vero Beach uff ly road. v
"11:'I,ere The Stars JlI eel" temperature dropped below 60)/ "Since 1056 a special' act wa* f asA _
degree Fahrenheit or about 20 passed and subsequently amended
----. ---xyK "IC.ot"'C c"\C"ii'Ci.'C.'C't'\ (+tr9reewstrer. twtreetKtiwttr. This act Mates that no right-of.
\ way leading to navigable water
\.J-t..L- can he abandoned by the county
-/ / without an exchange of similar I
: right-of. located within a
\\I. MerryChristmas / way distance. to the same body reasonable --- -- ._" ....;:.... '_""' _'"

'i o{ water If no' exchange i i. offer. CHRIST4$ program was presented Monday evening, Dec. |14 Following the refreshment* were served to the children
eu, then a referendum must he Palm School. and their ,
by the second grade class of MM Jane Wallace City parents
held and the citizenry must approve .. _.
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\ the closing or vacating of I

? (he"The toad present Board of Com j)I u are+ rY. EJ

missloner hen two distinct. disadvantage
) in this matter First t. itwan
not a party to the negotiations
between t Mrs, Barnes and the''
1 from former Board of Commissioner;
_ and secondly it haM the duty to up-1 a
hold the laws of Florida. It cun-I| fir, I tje
hot ignore the special 1 act mentioned I
hcrelnuhove It is evident .
MILAN'SRESTAURANT I that MM Barnes is mainly responsible -
for the position that she finds
herself today because she has done
A nothing about it for eight years '"
Ila. i ''With the above facts in mind 3 Ca
it i I. my considered opinion that
this board comply with the special
t. 76$ RfriJFttSEft: aunt I act and not close the county road ra
rquested 'hy Mrs Barnes. If the 84.m.5
Often Christmas ha* given a valuable consideration
for the mentioned Mr.
PruII.. exchange! in
12 NODI'' -Ill 8 III Houk letter and if the specialact
mentioned herein does not apply .
Rf'' f VAnON* t NOT. Nftf'\"RY to her transaction with the
county then! let a court of compe
tent jurisdiction, which i I. proper. .. .
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ly equipped and enlightened, answer
Old Fashioned, Food with' that Old Fashioned flavor servedin I I these questions. WE WISH YOU A MERRY: (HRISfiUS! The most enthusiastic Mrs Clara Fulton Jack and )iIIl Kindergarten last Friday morning
Christmas wishes in town were presented to the parent ofLeonard's when the children entertained! with a program of Christmas songs

an atmosphere that could only be equaled In your homes A Greek explorer Pytheas of ---- --- ----
Masalta sailed the
: reputedly
s + up YULE: SAFETY URGED: yourself on Christmas! Day they
Coast of Norway In 325 B.C. Is
Application BY CLUB GROUPS I urge Don't keep Christmas tree

\," "'',' ", :' Approved on Zone Change Clubs are pushing a Christmas a dry pine tree can burn up in
safely program ranging from lofe.. t"enIY''Ieven seconds,
driving to precautions
. ', W. J. Leonard effort to establish 'Because of' our sincere con household accidents Don be first Magnesium is about one-third
+ Home for the health and for the!
Mobile cern
Ridgeway to step on a wheeled toy and hurt as heavy as aluminum..
Sound off to future sound development of Mar. -- ----
afresh -
From 'f ," Park In Hobe got - --- .
family ,
our start Thursday Dec 17 loamy, we respectfully request
.. j ; when with virtually no objection i that the Martin County Zoning
j Martin Planning and Zonng and Planning Board recommendto BOX
1 Commission approved Leon- the Martin County Board of II'II I "IIII 1111 IIII"(I I" 1 00 P.M.
ards application for the ;zoning Commissioners an immediate reconsideration all SHOW TIME I 39 ?'M.
t of (property to be changed from / of their recent action : ____ __
-H. maim to RT. whit respect to RT zoning
to family
.' '\, The motion was made by Howard 'We sincerely believe that the Friday and Saturday
Hid seconded by Frank time to eliminate health hazardsis
Forsberg and supported by Donald .i now. Mwmrfttt ROMANCE AND RACING Ace w THEIR BLOOD!'
Ward Chairman Joseph Green. "We further believe1 that any
lees abstained concentration of a large numberof JAMES PAMELA DOUG JOANIE

Judge Harry F. Dyer appeared trailer homes without constitute central I DARREN TIFFIN Mc URE SOMMERS
disposal system*
tot Leonard and presented! plan
t. a genuine/ health hazard unless | COLOR
for the development. "
each individual lot i* at least [
% 1 By request t, tircenlcc* read thepresent 7'.1
t 500 I)() 'square feet a* specified in
mobile: home zoning subdivision li : : original recommendation of the

Later in the meeting William Zoning and Planning Board.
Martin, Hobe Sound druggist "We are specifically concernedwith
presented apctition i signed by ev- I the property north of Eighth
arty Hobe Sound residents: which I Street and west of Highway AIAin I
stated: I Hobe Sound owned by W J,
Leonard and presently under consideration
pI by the Zoning and Planning -
One and Two Piece Board. A UHIYKS nctustSundayrIlonddy

After lengthy discussion on RT -
DRESSESin toning. lot sizes permitted under
that zoning, and the health hazards and Tuesday
'ems Hart Helen I involved in the use of septic
\ Bill nnd Edna Curry, OFFFRERE'S tank in mobile home subdivision,
i the commission agreed to re-ad
Jim Enken, Gerieva Gripshover, vertise a public hearing regarding
I (possible change in RT subdivision
Don Wright, J, J. Wellcr regulations\, to be held at Martin r
:County courthouse 21. 1965,
ilv ..__ \ J and Willie West !4TFRMtY WEAR i, EXPLODES
724. Orange Are Fit Pierce I Car Flips Over WITH
r.p h'i 1.41 tr
# On South U.S. 1

A ear northbound on U. S. 1 SUSPENSEON
near the intersection of 'Indian
For Beauty Avenue flipped over slightly in- THE
a passenger at 11 20 am MOTIONPICTURE
Deputy Sheriff Slater Grose reported
i that the driver, Edward
McBride of West Hollywood was SCREEN!
forced onto the curb of the median
strip when he attempted to paw rauarta mtmifa w..
I trailer FAILSAFE
The ear wed reported badly a mat t ntuxcsma
p damaged and Hazel McBride, a sews lstrrrr
; passenger received superficial in-
juries. No charge were filed.,

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'. ... ...r. ,_" tt.J' ...' )!" "'.. MRS.R\ BRO\, C'lIft\'pc.ntlt'nl AI 7.)9%( i i1'ht '
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---- Pioneer ( ItissWtrno ,'I l tlw Port' I I annual open for "

School"' .is ntUilnnml" ,, I member of the tlihiicm: Piix
Christmas Spirit I Church Civic: AMuctalion, will he held, Nn
iii ; It At FT A Meet I NewsThe with a hrittmat\ party on I ruirvJ i I I \tort p.y. 4 to 7 P 111 ut 1 the, *
y. tV-c 17 in the" clnosrinxntnftt I I borne nf Mr and Mn Tom' Her-

Th Pccemher meeting" of (hefort SouthernUthoilist Church ( lor the students were < Cable Ro.d. Hlb park.
of Port Salerno will, r hold a Wntch natal", I by the Oten (lub" a i I.-.Y. sMbomc .n ruin J tn
Salerno Parent Teacher AyMCiutiro Night S4'fh'r, the New Yettr the CiHTiWn Cub of palm t 10-1 and, | f.nnl.s u> join
war held Tucvluy) cvf IXc '1: st.nling it 0 pm with l,sneer were ,planed md ( hr m thi* t tSSe of f fellowship I ""
+ .pine Dec I M in Ihe school" caf-( :I I a Mini In His, Slips Knowing I m>.k was enjts'>etl ( hnsimatcoc "
wee icria. ,the< film there will' IH, hvmn lnging 'Lknn..! told drinks wn,; 'irvAtMMmg I VVuri 1. htlln111Illlfooo.t here I
I and! lello.'",hll'; until mKlmiiht ed.
The ChriMnukt spirit WM found." ''A wtiW like to wish The Stuart
in Ilw surrooixlingt( of the ,,l*> coriliul invililion is exUmWd t the teachers, MrsCorgc t NtiM. my (friends. and.... all in ourcommumly
term and, a 'full home" war to ever\one K nK.k and Miss "ldchr'u11U1i1 '' + a very) Merry Christnnit -
\ tnt (,>r the "program "l ef. rrt'"l I the (hristmas h Spun "aA sprmd I were MM Kobirt" 1I."tf-1' aril; a very Happy New Year. j
though t e h1n.IIIYn'.tht
". ale for Christmas," introduced by comimimtv mumi" and! MM Wailer ""'''iitPf I
l fii < when sitcnM caroltrt Phillu' > Brown senior at Florida
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Mn Ekltye Rogers r 0 tam
11 ) 1 iIf r g young and old filkd .i truck driven Snit Uetvtrsity TalUhutnee, has
r i chairman hv Kev hurlcs Bennett. from I I cll'IC \\\(1\IIU', ( I'RITIW \' arrived to tpeml t the holidays with !
f At the fifth and' sixth' grade tu- the Port ,
Vih-rno Mithivlivt ('hurch.After ,; t St4frm> ('IVI Asv-u I Iayiyin hw pttrwu Mr. and MM Edwin
hair sang Chrfotmat enroll under tpreudmg hnsiinus' musicthe Hibwcut park.
held ih it i mml ( hnvinus Drown, al 'family
the direction oC MM Becky: K-\- group ritiirncd t h' the church "' and, gift ii the .. .
'I.r Tcr Kclmnge( < _,,1\ at '
kr. a Chrintmut tree war\ >leijt>rtod and was served r."",hmenl'. A tall wnh ,wxtv, .rtv in nittml J UI !

Rtffrtshwcnlt, were scrv'dby tiirprise: hirthvl.iciki" war shared ante: Sinla CUns vmltsllhi' pm\ (',\Im 01 'IIIVNkSfrom J
MM, Peggy Oshorn and help- hy" all lor l h.ln'nh"urn', I iftecnth und films frinn three mrluiis" md
erv hirthiluV ( V t\ llotpnil. Coral
Next meeting; (ft* the PTA willi i 1 he FiN H"I'li" (hnpcl of Port ,origin how. of Sik'nt" Night"t1 r r f r I ( uihWn l: lo till my friendt! I really j

be Jan 7. The proranlill\, bol Salerno will |twin with the tropicalFarmt I do upprccnilo all the ends' and

I on the Mibjcct. "T< very is :,
: : I I war Vpq blood transfusions; I IIt'k
Teaching f "Watch 'Night( Vrvlce startingat to Michael I OHrun Sr Pine !p and i
I let'* all\ mark thin date.. on null I H pm I\cr>one is welcome, Street' llihmciit, Puik. lor his rune, oil( seventeen pounds
cakndurt at important( Everyone The f 'irM [H iptist Church \v;II tietri birthday which hi Mill, ielehrute !I more 'to go (Out of skim milk Rut
I w lk and! not iiUggcr Ju"
can !
K welcomeA hold a New Years watch/ ut the on ( hr 'lll1la' rue i
church at V with fellowship I a note of appreciation to every-
starting I"pm -
I ChriMnw party for each:' time All are welcome A warm welcome is ivundcdto ,, "KK..1)! for everything/ It\ makes one
room war held at the tchool: Iri- and tuke notice, when you
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Mr! und Mrt\ Warren \\ >H! up
day afternoon with a gift exchange ard, t Ohih are 'ihinit' gone 1 hank, every
Sprmgliekl ? 'in
rum IK ('It'nltl) a'
and refreshment nerved by the

We Would Like to Invite You I room A t'hrlttmtu mothers/ party war hold for PRIHill Mrt Anton Sieglor I) was ht' stett!I community spending( : the (lherlnt..t hristnui'they will months holulavith ne "!<,ciulIng wt. "ho.lv Carla' ..Ha/en

I the room mothers" at the home of Sldcrnn
I \\ednctduv I IXc I 11'1. "1t" r their nephew und family Mi and Box 4, Port ,
MM. Mary Hrown UlblCUpark'i Horseshoe Point. 1'ioneirt Chub Mrs. I'arUolvtell' Cocoa Hii.h: 1
\Vednetduy morning.Garnet card -
party --- -- ------- -- -, -- ---
were pined und I'ri7\r' Several uhlet" were pla-eil aivlpruet ': ---
I Wftlr/ MM IVrothv Nee. MM, were won ,hv Ntarv ( ookMrt I
To See the Beautiful Nativity Vicky Pn+k, MM Judy Johnson A A VVhiiicar, Mrs (ierogp T

and MMVilliam I likens A, llolden. Mrt II, Spencer and 1
I Others, present were MM Peggy Colonel M W Kile I i iKrlrcshmentt 1 1
Mm Mane Pithier ; I
!I I were also served
MM." Belly Scott. MM, ('hristineSimroont lo Amy Rinli.nhuiih. Helen lien

Scene AIA Entrance and Mrs Joyce Scurry. ,, ke. Mrs l Illioll. Rice Mrt [-\elwmitnllrey ,I 1r SalonUWI
at Our ( ; I I ( Jean, Merrill. Mr.. M : ; J1ty
Mm Sue Aigttlo, dauyhur of W Idle i'oII"J."h kopysieckyMrt .
Mr and MM. I I'. Apollo, Han-, deoriic IritA.I Mn' J HWhitticld. .
I: yon Drive Htbixu. Park hut arrived (Mrv (i, II, fliinngin.Mrt ; ; kRIS 1 01 FFRSENPAULINB :
I home from Florida Stale ('. J. /,Mahan. Mrs Roy hi UGN\ MI I. WALTON
University. to spend the! holulayt. Decker Mrt (harle ('onriul.Mrt tO t:. OCEAN BL\D. PIIONF 2S7-44S3

wihl1r4' Walter Ho"(iuan, Mr. Alma
Our best {
a upecdy I
and Iklunger., Mrt. Mary. Tate Mn.
4' home recovery! is i extended ta MM. Florence trip I Jerry Sihley., Mrt, Neal bin lily I

CHRISTMAS CAROLS. \ I Bulliird who li a patient nl Mar Markwonk. Mrs, A MCllIy.Mn .
tin Memorial Hospital I Valentine, Mrs tVlcl'r
and Mrs I, I.I Bloom
(Will be sung throughout the Christmas Season Everyone: is i invited. I Rev. and MM. Chariot Iknnclt I lh nest' card: party for I IhecliUi

and! children lire spending, the I ; will /he heM 'IX-c, JI) with Mr'I .

('hri4mar holidays with hit parents Anthony) Victor. M hoste's*
Mr and Mrs. Uonakl I lien- (luh memhert'' and I Irkndt. will
mil', in FustiaAlinil I hold a New Yell I"' I I'vo party with
-- .- ----- n buffet luneheon nt midnight ut

I 2t.3 I the clubhouse. l>'i 11 l a
gained per cent
HEAR THE RISTMAS STORY in ,population! between I IvM' ) and I kin ;; d
IKnura Punk P
'rt Piercespent
In the
l 1'I lameperiod gum t
I ,, ilstermliw
a few day vmtmg her
Each evening at 7:30 the beautiful Story of Christmas will be told! Yon are i for Florida! WII1 14,1\ I per cent Mrs, Trulu (horn, !Sri aiv d

i 1 I IICIO lloulevard I'
r 1.111.l ..l. invited to come and hear this recital :j jf Z'Pt \ *< '1".1 0.. 1""IIt' tit: :tmtii_ i A happy, hirlhJus" \ I I. wished lo

I ._, vu vttlxM II" .M\H .Yn\Pllnn: 1 Mitt !Sharon Othorn, duuuhier of
r #, .- ', .f''7'r :-.ra..h: : (IK,Hit hi KmUm rlix .IV"l Ci,..iniiiKmiHlvf null" ,. (,hiIMnnnlntl Mr and !Mr (.eo(1/O/ Oshorn, i
t n. w.rim fiitmt' i Hm-M will .i rl
'niur I pufrlU 'hr.rlaa m t III" hunt I',
t it I, \I ,:
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.> ih,' Murlln I mini) ,'''"llh",IMimilri
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.>,, ,' *.Special performance. for ;'IJit'itlllagroll s a."inn .10..nrl.. "I.JACK'S ,.lI l- ...
j ', Ml 'Inl.r.1 d l Irll.( .r. 'In" iliotn
.. by appointment4ftithj1La ..H."i1 unit I'ti, .*nt, i iI ,'
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Sneak .Preview Open daily except Monday JANICE.RRH"HOWARD. 1 WINES AND, LIQUORSTRIANGLE '

"CASBAIILOUNGp- i p.m. to 11:30 p.m. j BAllA" WHREHEAAC

t [ : Sunday Noon 'til 9
M.tl be tftm_arm Moraeea tttut tar TayIor.AshIcy I

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j4-A: TILE Sit_ART!Ha,)_NFttS___hiii-why.. December 24, W4 ,..,.,,<.,, -"fit I Zone Rulings ualci Jan 14.If). Donald I t' K "?
Association I lui
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Fundamentals I'hlClal! Education and 1 K. .
: Are AffirmedAt [ lion meeting. Clearwater, IK ,
J ; Jack SHKMISC! Public ReUtislilute ,'
of Golf .1 public I I hearings I uewlay! Tallahassee. Ian

ihe COL-I: ) CommissionAccepted I cMo>nc Roll Florida Mn., i
x < a zoning map of Ise Jacksonville, Jan 7 '<. '111'Ilcndenl
the Hobe Sound urban .t*'a. which and board, ,joint IIle"
by a did not however include the W. Tallahassee! J.in 14-H 1 KMikuska ",

MALT MOOR: J, Leonard property, the recoiling personal! Dec I Is I ,
; of which from Interim. to RT was Stanch personal! Oct ; I I I.
a I recommended recently y the Planning 'Alden Drown Jr., person l I
1--la(1'x .. .wntdda/llt and Zoning Commission 4, and Janus Wiggins. .pet" I
2, Agreed to amend the detail Nov. B.2 1.
IfcSSON: HIMF : of Use District C-t 1 by abolishing;
of twenty-fool ort a new hairdo fur ilui
the requirement
net buck on side lines. New Wur'i' Ese Parturiiu
hire I are three sides lo golf The commission also confirmed of fol"r4fo l
the !physical, the mental and the the Planning and Zoning Contmission'a -
l mechanical recommendation thai I Jacqueline Wigs

The physical is 8 per cent; the : 'Interim: Zoning extended, for a
mental, 91)( per cent and the me j 1 period of one year until the zoning M.ae illIntoorted "
N a y chamcal Hide only 2 per cent, of the entire county is completed h.lr,

+ The mechanical' side deals with 1 i iI from
- the dynamics of a golf swing and I ;
"f the application: of centrifugal force I I Leave Requests I Og9s I

.... J. \'f' and leverage. Were Approved tII
) When you consider the part the $ / down 1
L.J; : I .
m. wM was. a roe if arms play in a golf swing, )ou have Martin County Board of Pub SJ week

BRUCE: IIIEURIUX: (DC'P student from Marlin County High 1 lo consider the mechanical hide lie I Instruction approved the following OIN'n d.lly
School, watches us "hn'lrl" Frank IXStefano explains the workingsof of golf' Just us the spokes of awheel leave requests at its Monday i 10 a.m. t It... i
connect the huh with Ihe sunder
a convergence hoard in a color television set, di the j I evening meeting: I It.m. e e..... .
so > arms connect .. National A 'oOCia.1
I Joe McCoy
DCT Presents body with the club 'I he !power "" I lion of Secondary Principal meeting 82 South Federal lliLh: "uSIUAKT >
: plant of Ihe swing is the body
Jan 16.20
Miami Beach :
and the power ill transmitted ;:<'i::' I Adele Saliha and Jeanette Rcnwick : Nut to Sluart llolil
L'Heureux's through the arms to the hands to ... :,;.; : Florida Exceptional Children con
I Bruce ChoiceIs Ihe club lo the ball ;1"' ; ''''.If'.tn-N' tJ', \\ :

in I 'I Ihe the left arm i position should ,he and straight/Iheshall : I : r Gene "the Credit Man" ajMASON'S 1 I'
: L p'gr.y ,
: / drib ;
TV WorkThis ,
Appliance the and the lilt arm ;; : GRmiM.: / ;\ < 4
should form one straight line Iho f c r : e-
: .
ROM mi: SfAI'FGene
ill arm remains, straight throughoutIhe \ : ::: .. ...
week Bruce L'Heureux, u and presently serving the club L4. .-
as parliamentarian backswing the down swing, .ieraae '". a,/ a1wAi '_;:M.J! .,_ .: > f''tAMONG Lee, Mane, Rene, Millie and Ted '
second DCT student,
year represents and
through lo the hull, finallyfolding
A senior, he In employed III Dearlllleniho assisted in directing traffic at
the Diversified Co-operative up( al Ihe l finish. members of the Martin County Sheriff '
.. Frank' TV and Appliance an It the Singing Home Tom Sunday afternoon Dec II were Deputy Morgan Sprotl left, Jack Scranton MERCHANTS
Training program of Martin County general\ knowledge in golf
Senior High School ia an special apprentice! interest serviceman: in ham He radio today in.it you cannot play golf supervisor of grounds .11 the Evinrude Estate. and l Deputies Jim Holt and Slater Gross. i71l
with a bent lilt arm, Getting the CREDIT BUREAU
Bruce horn Smart on and, plans lo --- - ----- -- -- --
wan in go -- - !
arm straight j is not an easy task, ?
ow May 1 I. 1947 and has lived here to trade : I but two idea should' be borne II "l\I.\RTIS COVNTY'S LEADING CREVI BUREAU"
since. Civitans Held a i in mind First, you can exerciseIhe I Tigers Lose .7959To Ask Members I 300 COIORuO A VF.. (I>UIOS: BU)(;.), STVARr
A better than student, i
: average arm. and strengthen t it, by Above Stuart Tackle Shop
.-. Bruce take much interest! in DCT Christmas Party \ swinging your:: driver lilted I witha About Control \
-- ----- ----
weighted cover
A The Civilan C tub of Sluart held I Ii. Secondly you can !learn the\ t( t( J,( -e.: tC t.t(
its. annual Christmas parly at the proper order of nitwenicnt for McCarty Eagles Of Solicitors I
: Merry Christmas bilks (tub on Sunday evening" Dec the. body so I hut the load the! II
20 arm has ti) carry i i. leviened' I
: and a 1 1 he numbers and their wives I Wind the. body up lust 1 before. Marlin County ran up ib high' Myers I 0 I I I Members of Stuart Chamber of I I The Merriest Christmas

.. enjoyed an evening of fellowship! i) raising the. arms and you will ell 1 !acorn uf the. 19M-M basketball Bright 0 I 0) 1)I) Commerce are being contacted by I
: Happy New Yearto highlighted dinner wilh background the order. and ArmsfueldGall'reyld 0 0() I
... I by a develop right exercise season in a Anne aaalOht mail this week as to whether they
all our Customer nnisic of Christmas carols, the left arm by swinging a game J J 9 wish to join in a solicitations con Will Be In Your
The dmmr was prepared! by 1 1I heavy club and you will promote Dan Mc'arty of Fart Pierce 1"1Dalton 0 I U) I U) trol program! N
Ron Huston and Russell Nickerson. a better left arm and developmore day, hut still fell 21:!I points short Kina I I 0) 2

FRERE'S I I i control of the club and better of it. first 1 win, losing 'I/-W. i ldwells ... .. .. 3 0 6 A study such committee a program has highlighting recommended B Own Rhodes HomeR
I' flight of Ihe bull John Hehr led the Tillet !scorers meritorious solicitations but
)MAIrRMlYHAR About 10 per cent of U. S, I TOTALS ....33 13 79
I Next: Ihe part the hands play. with '19; Ricky Scammell netted the fraudulent
putting finger on
I passenger can date back to World I .
724 Orange| AV H It Pierce IJ anJ Arthur Speedy contnhut
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stUARt' .C. unnecessaryand undeserving
War I II days (59)) projects
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r," I Stuart Shufflers Boh Snyder was ,high IIIdn for wmun ........, I 1 17 I Members are being asked to in-- RO() I. I>I I\G: R\I $
the vihltors with J4 it
I Crook . 0 I 0) 0 cafe whether they will display a KII'Cm.N 1'yS00oo
'WHITICARBOAT Smart Shuffleboard Club auf FORI'PILRI'E(79)IG. : ( ) I'I'. TL Kilhourne ... 3 3 9 placard requesting each solicitor !H
fered its first defeat of the sea : McIjjuahlm I I) 2 Lothack ... 0 I 1Rekey I to show a card of approval from
"' son on Wednesday 1 Dec, 16, 10..1Inll ..." 2 (l 4 Scanu ell .. .. 6 1 t 13Sugg the Chamber of Commerce solicitations
WORKS a home game to Ocean Breez- .... 2 0 4 Speedy .. .. 1 0 to! committee, g I.IVIROOI; ,
era 6-4 The Smart club record Snyder .. J 14 6 34 ('Iendenln ... .. (U) I") 0 2CREENEDBEDROOM/ : (,POR'll'h' : $9 85000
\ : West Luke Off Indian Avenue Purl Swell!! is now 2.1.1 in the Indian River' Tllilue 3 (I 6l, Jelle ..... l) II 0 An old! tailing vessel called a SI : ,

MARINE RAILWAY FISHING TRIPS league PIIIII 0 2 2 i Kenny '... 0 0 0 h II been converted into
Winning pairs for Stuart were: t irimel 4 t 9I u waling museum for visitors al
; Rural Rule Nw. I,- lumtF4srdua l ltAJJn"c! 7.2466. C:. Sheets and A. Starr, L ((,r.' Melton .. 0 0. U ..TOTAlS 24 I II I 59 Beaufort,.N. C. BUROO\l. : ,

";>>oAl" BUfCDING REPAIRS ..1.l1'ORAGE' nelius and F. Kauwuld; G i (;uller :-.lU -- Bamboo takes many forms. q 1\1I<.1II-N I : IILF: 8111'R)1I' '. $6;99000
and C. PenningUMi, and P. J,
i Agent for Al ITIucgrr Inc., laxMerinCtGOLF' ;':; Haley and C Merrill. Murray Lions Lionesses Some giants reach twelve inches in I
Farr-game winners in the club's diameter and 120) feet high while !, These Monies Ready
I first Round Robin of the dwarfs grow only a few inches tall
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I I season were Celia Willemscn Beat Booker WashingtonMurray LH.ll: tits Nn'I'INNwli5T, : itM for Immediate Occupancy
j and Louise Kauwald.. All four-
I S a't'Sl' hl: 4'\I.1'li rail Nil INS
game wtnnert will compete r 0 rIrophie'l High Lionesses made it Haven here, 35-15. I / ': I. hrrrbY ",1'.11, t h" t H
/: ".ilia. 'Inch will hr nstvrd. b" the
at the end of the ,
reason five straight Fridiy, beating Booker 1 I The I lions upped their recordto Huxrd Bf ,',unit (1'"III..I"n. of1lxrtin .
: 'I UK... :AL- \I.UNSIN: Washington High of Moore 4-1 I winning, 63-50 "UIIIIly .'II>I'hIM, III Ihe of
New Martin County Golf & Country ClubS I rare of the ('Irl'a of .tn'tilt I'ollrl g
i COIF lOUKNhY MlOOf I Scorer: for the Lionesses were rat th. 'uurlh..I1. ''n I'IIIIUI, yiurl'
dot, liP Mill a 1" A,M JMlIlIOry U, Sam Rhodes
: LUCIE BOULEVARD/ Turn right' Just before crowing I Winners of Sunday'i "Turkey Mary Johnson, II. Luvenia Watson IntO, uI. nprned ae. uon thereafter ...-

: New Bridge. to BeachCOMPLF:1'l I Shoot at Martin County Golf and Golf Club ElectsDr.BillRobson 8; Celia Ingram. 8, Thelma sia |HI' lblH. fillIII. .0IluWIIIII. t :..

Country Club were: I I. Mr, and Meuse, 3; I'earlie Reid, 2: ROiIlI| \\lilpnhiit,: I:In I Palm and' 'l.'V.'llnaHtircl ('In, TilMialliiiM ;la of, miles Ninth\ ('O\S: I RUCIIO"ll. ING ,-
: : Greens Fee I Mr. Al Allen, 13d.; :2.! Mr and Solomon, 2, and Italy Holloway, 1 I. i 1'0>11I '""111'11 atreei. runoinaeN.l 5 .I'
: 18.}10LE COUKSU $3.50 Mrs: Jack Kuhlman, 147.;: 3. James Hamilton was high for I P. (). Rot 814. Jensen! Beach Ila.. } \
Charles Zihlmun and Mrt. Fran the lions with IK. Other !scorers ".,. tiny be oblnlnedIK b Sales N'fke SII ('ullllllerciul M. '
: ELECTRIC CAR I IS $6.00 fur IS I loirs-$,-.00 fur 9 Hole I Wilson, 14K, 4, Mr and Mn. Chit Dr William S, Rohson was elect t were George Blatch 17: Espy "f. she 1',,",<">mi.), I'stnml.elonen. or HIP Martin Hoard i;
I I.uco 12 Harris, 6; .
Ijimpkms. ; George Thu Mount nf County Coinmlulnniwrvp -
ed president of Martin' County PIIIL BAKER: Salow ;Mgr
I Douglas McHardv, h; Herman "rot ,. I the rluhl to alert wiy R \
: l\IE IBEnSIIIP: '- AnmsovoimtN: :' : Golf and Country Club at a recent I Mitchell\ 2, and Charles Mosk-y. 2'1 I j and listed alt bide Ihln find day or bwvmHMHI 'I'Itaf)

IIEllBtRSllII"IIIHIION/ / FEE: $10000( ARK: (;01HNNU'i meeting IsIlll.- 11115IH't5sMMaix'r' her, IuNt N PIIONE 2117-4710 : ., ,,:
> or ,
: : SINGLE I\IF.MlnRMII. ... 80.00DOUBLE Hea: Anderson won the 9-hotcparc Other officem I are: Calvin I \7"'II'17.I: 55115' :i\'itlW I on NTVISlMMKHUINPItH OK <

MEMBERSHIP: : _..... 100.00S anal Carol Vohden, the 18- O'Bricn. vice president, Oscar "I 11 \'\ I IT M\V 11IM II 'MtN: : MsHTISJ I'l.l'NTV' EVENINGS 287-6215
10 PLAY BOOKS .. .. .... 30.00 hole price, in Tuesday Santa Bloom J... secretary, and William SIITIi I I'\lI.I:: treh, .l> n Ih.t the'' 'h..I'lIIon A Jr,

20 PLAY BOOKS 5500 (Inns\ tournament among membersof P. bill treasurer Director are: I .lnnnlnu, Miuilii:::, and:louniy Kunlnv, H.(eVtinmlMli rlrtH: willuiilml I Ir I "lib Il4m\I.1 I', H 31, I Ital. ,
: : : .- the lady Ciolkri Association of 11' M 1..I.II.. hrarlna m t htl.. --- -- - -- --- ----- ---- -- --
: 30 PLAY BOOKS :...::::::::: 75.00 Martin (ouniy. I Dr, Walter F. Davey, one year; h,,",' ..r 10 I'M tin txnuxlt. al' ---- -
: j I (' R. Ashley. David Biron., 15115 "I Ile' It" tin N'onnt, ) I bra, lhnoar .. 1
DRIVING RANGE; AND COMPLETE COLf SHOP Next: week play will be best 1 Fred Khoadcs and Curt Whuicar, I I" rltart loil.ln.. In tunon I
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ball foursome' with handicapThe Nldet' 110. IIIltlt.r "f 'in* ihHiiiri. ,
M1XH DRINKS AND LUNCIIFONS: three yeanDr .f 110. 1'/10..111.,/ d..rrthnd' proper

: !MATT MORE, Pro. ROBERT: M. WILLIMSIII'! brown dog tick in the moM Davey wax appointed! to in f"1II" \'HrlinUiml. ,",. I" it-r-Ap'r'at
[ common of the species in t hi I 11 head the rules committee, a ndRhoadei \ Ilxt MnbdltlelanIn
: Dial 287-2274 country 1 hey rarely hilt human I Ihe tournament committee Mt, I.urte' 11..1..4, reel orALA.

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tr. 'i Meet Out MinstersReverend Youth Rally at SVLFRNO SOtTIIERNNVulnewlay i THE STUART (Florida) NEWS

ME'IIIUllSf Tburaday, Deiembtr 24, 1964 5-A
lit: Baptist Church ,
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I 7 p.m,, choir MM-:
I Ray Gary Peters Here I Saturday tioe, 7:30: p.m., the "Hour of Pow: liam 1. Arms minister L win apoaJJ
,. I er," M r i. Fedenen prMeadng' Dec. 27 on "Courage To Live."

:; f/httd Is Pastor and Counselor I tivtball Rev Richard player at Pybwn Baylor, UwverMt former- soues.Sunday. REPRTNTED": ARTICLE
morning IIItI'V.!
: \ and 00" pastor of tho First ice begins at ". 10 ON WC SEA TtRTUbS

w Baptist Church ot Lake Park. will Rev. Charles O Bennett, wing Ray Loreu bas reprinted bits
I Res Ra\ l..arI' I I' "N asMHiat l be the
';:: *l with the Inmate Out program -T speaker at the Maters County. a rtmwoe eontled race Casts ,' article "Sea Turtles Invade Join
you'dlike Baptist Youth Rally at 730: "
p.m.Saturday IB
, ) I and I alcohoiic counselingand Terry Rogers will direct Shadow Sunday school 10.4: lOll Beach Florida;" and a !
I limb
hit assists' in the work of the the tinging; ( and the Youth Choirof t m.; Epworth League 6:30 p.m.; I supply it available at both

':: United Church of (hrust (Congregational the First Baptist Church will the!...evening worship service at 7:30.: Un County museums ,

d, I )) Palm City. present special muwc. Bill Rogrs. Tuesday 7.13: I pm the Men's I ----':;-]( LAin liR'TlliE'MUTI : :

II A minister' 01 the < hnstian! :. south co-ordmator! will be m Evangelistic. Team will meet In y
I Church. bl has I It S; n ay school annex I : i ALLl,u FOR BIDS
; to know done eight yean iiaite' : ot Barnes and! fellowship, ::11'1/ 'I,', ,. h.oby Hit nth.
of intensive! counseling: ni close trcshnients will be served The Thursday.: Dec. 31 I a watch .' ..1.l .": .In III b..o..Ied, I by 111 i
I e- "Crllti'n with Alcoholics: AnonI rally will be held in the Fellowship night 1nWtlII: begin at m. It.r' at. I"ounly (Coinml .lon.r/ 0
The il' I .rule V'old.' In the 0
Th. Dairy Council of I )moo,. and has served is sponsor Hall( of the church AU young people film Steps" be I 'd .oung. Circuit' "o
{.Ih' rJ
''ot Alcoholics: Anonxmous\ of the invited shown Also there will be hymn "ourthuu etuut, Pier;
South Florida it groups county are di "u' uulll a 10 A1L
proud inn.rv
; in Florida I prison' camps singing fellowship climaxed tor. end upeest M awn thtruTs ll"
to prssantC.rtificot.of lectured on .;: 'i"h i n atREV. 'Student I.. wild altar prayer at midnight. ...... 01.. for the following;,
I'I'l Night
M.rit Awards to these ,,,, and churches. end, has at Masonry Work and Roof .a
I participated' in CI'mmllnllaleOo Christmas' Theme l'inJ I\N RIVER J.nun ,B..ch flr.hou ..
deserving young ptoplt i hoi education programs sponsored UNIT\RI\N ft LUm!SHIP IIpeollc.llona b IIblalnJ

...for oulslanding | by the Florida' Alcoholic KchubiliI On Sunday Night The Untarian;: Fellowship hat at th. .rflc. of nf th* Mmrtln* Boar TTh
I County <'omml>ilon' r*.
ecHvitiei and exemplary I tat ion Center David I DcBcrry will preside handed its meeting from the Fort Boer'' 61 :county :: ",ml"llInf
| Rev Peters. I in with Pi .I.'tv. tar' rlabt. to reject
cooperation r Community Center anll
leadership honoring both Jeer the annual 'Student Night at to the .1 all b1da.
family and community. Dr J ln'h; Rilph.: executive of :Christmas" service to be held Sunday Foil Pierce Garden Club Center, listed thb. Unci day 01 Deemi"
the of lorida, began Jl II I Parkway (opposite the water b.r I
I a IKM program of .inmate. rehabilitation night tower). IC.v'MMMIM..'MNumA) OP
The theme of the service: :. I Is ,
t tA called Inmate Out. t'ut'NTT'
I I "The Churches Outreach to the Fellowship! Sunday school is at By frKANK A: WA.C1U,
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I He is willing to levture on this I R. GARY PETERS: College ,"' 9:30 am each Sunday and Fellow- Clmirinut.

i I I the subject past to I m angroup our aura. us he has ui Christian C'hurches, the Cancer: I Those participating in the service ship service is...at.._I II_I_im:_Dr. N\il-__Pliba IMmt1.lw,_.1. t1, _I tiSI.Beteil.eil .___

IJIK: IHJMvLIN MEMORIAL Revi Peters\ has studied at the Society, the Mental Health Association -' will be 1 Dale. Anderson, toiusoTria Wiilitilra.K'll.+I't.KrM tll'ate4\Il1eMK' ..ryr\MM. MKrlf
li University) ol South I loridu und )', Rill Martin, linda Combt,
Dates: December 2S to January 2 Rutgers! Unl'I'r'IIIIn.J hat attended the Association! : for Mentally Gary little, Orlando Wright, Vic-

1"C"Ulhlllltlon| scmnuri. Retarded the Chamber: of kI Sv\tvpe, Charles Sipox, Tom I 1

Previously' ) he studied and workedin Commerce the PTA, and Pulm Kedinger, Iddio: Lowe and Jo Irene Spirt 6' ,

J Camp Meeting Is Set real estate and public relations City Civic Orgunuiition, Ann Andrews. All college( students of the 7 ,
His civic' interests lire varied Rev. Peter now serves an ihup- and service men will be recc'gnii-
Carolyn P.r.onsCarolyn lie belongs to t IMI.IIIS, the Congress lain of the Palm City Civic Center, ed in the 'service M

ts a minis At Dunklin Grounds ol Ceinectional Chaplain!*, the and in temporary publicity: chairman An after-church fellowship in EdgartownShops !r
ter's daughter, and, Association:' ol Chaplains of the for CivilansWatchnlght j their honor will be held at the rattommt -
naturally, is very ---- : :
The Dunklin !Memorial cd Miss wHh Rev and I Mrs.at-
Camp by
active in church I
work. She sings in I located between Okecchohce: and! I, Mist Mildred Film ServiceAt kins the as. hosts service inimediutcly, following I"
Indiantcmn Martin Pierce.
the Youth Choir on Highway' /
In the i is sponsoring its third oM! fashioned Rev Mickey illlobe
participates Sound
Junior Intermediate camp meeting Bible Conference director invitee Salerno December 31 IIKSI. RIPILSI'Stuart
Fellowship activities Dec. 28-Jan 2 Bible classes will tend the services !'

and never be held at 10:10( a.ni, and 2:30( available/ free of 1 has Cherub and Carol C'hoirs
misses Sunday p.in. and! preaching services will one who would : "In His, Steps." a Icuur -Ienllih dition to the film' Knowing, will be will present the upeclal music at WISHLS:: YOU A.
School. In additionto be held! each evening ut 7.jue..t ing the : motion picture based on the world- hymn singing before the film, the carol and candlelight .service.

the "expected" ( speakers will include Rev. famous novel ol the same name, and fellowship and refreshments Wednesday evening, at 7:,)(U. All I MIiKRY CHRISTMAS
t she shows a special Sonny Holland of Fort Pierce, will be shown rhur.dance.. \1. in I lie annex after the I film. There are cordially invited to this service -
Interest in older Rev. Adrian Rogers of Mcrrmt at 9 1".11\ at the Salerno Southern will be a devotional\ ..! an altar Ihe young people will I I I go AND[ All
people, and drops in Island Rev. "Tiny" Durrance ot United Methodist! ('hurch of prayer at midnight/ to start the caroling after the service

visit whenever Bowling Green Rev, Jelf Stiles 1 he stun oiigmallN appeared New YcaiSI. !
for a Christ __ Saturday evening at 7:30: theMartin HAPPY NliW: YEAR
and! Rev Bob Crowe of Miami ,
hook around the of the
Carolyn a turn
she can t County I Youth Rally l.
attends Vero Beach Special services for \oung people The Rite of century, written by u 'lopckaclergvnun !' '. JOSH'll C\ .1CWcekd will;, bo held in: the fellowship f
and children will be conductLMfll Lulu LLLLL Lit)LLLaLLLL LLaILaLiL. ,
Junior lIIah.rre. celebrated! at the ) named Charles M Sheldon .ty Masses Monday (Hall of the First Iliiptml Church: L1iiiLaLlaLLIa.LadnLLLto ---- --
of Christ (C ) It is reported to have sold through Thursday will "he at M:30 with Rev. Richard P)burn as the
: City on Sunday, { :: .m.IIJlH()()(' ) copies, and has a m. and! on Saturday at 7:30: a,m. special speaker for the evening
I ) tlltKUl OK CIIKISI The and been translated into doyens of Friday ( hnsiman! Mas es will be All young people! of tho countyare : pf
1 (CongrtBulional) Pulin City hands prayer language, across the wot Id.leuturcd ut 7. 4 and' 11 a in. There will also invited
I 1 Wednesday' Dec 23: 3:30: p.m.. icki Ray was Zglinicki. on the program, in ad- be a Midnight Mass. Confessions, Sunday 'morning at both the

'Intermediate, Fellowship; 4:15 p.m. Brenda Roby, in preparation for Christmas will' 8:30)) and II o'clock: worship sere r
Youth Choir.; Robert Hinman. be heard Wednesday from 410: ) ices.. Rev. I', II. Watkins will speak
'I Thursday' Dec 24, I 11:30: pm.Christmas ? Each: IIKSI! I'KKSIlMrRIVN to 5:K) und! 7JI: ( to 11:30: ) p.m. and on "(lina! doing( doncl". At the
Eve: Holy Communionand Ion: North River SMret.Sunday on Thursday from 4:30: to 510: ) evenin c i h the 1
\4f sermon, "The Incarnation AI hand of welcome and 7.10: ( to 8:30: pm ;Student; IIIrch:: : m annual ; i:
dent of the ) ;: am, morning win'ship
Must" Christmas carols andchoir .II inner: Dec. 23 or Dec 24 maybe service will be held! with of L
mand were told service: 10 am, Sunday of fast and! many
I music. th"'I1II a diy
Susan Harris I Friday, Dcc. 25: 10 a.m.. hnst- b Wilson! pastor, I church school classes for all ages; total abstinence as the obligation the this college students taking school part for In .
II program. Sunday
mat Day: Holy Communion and guard their : am morning worship service. of fast m preparation for t hrist- all Is held' each .
of last
During most I' | The fellowship/ period. will follow ayes sun.J'f morning aM
summer, Susan \01. M-rnion No mu"ic. ::l'fo'Un':1: :: the I 11 I 11,01Crviee.. Sermon topic, mass beginning, ( at : lIi
Sunday, Dec 27: 9:45: a.m. A retreat for boys ages thirteen Union for all
complete begins each
unteered ages
tioned them "llio Way (Hack from IU-lhlcheiu.
church school: I II I am. the !service not to fifteen will l be held at Our lady
secretarial service I and First of I too much but .: T'i 5.30: p in Senior High (hoir riac-- of Honda Retreat t llotiso lit Noun Sunday evening at 6:30,
sermon Sunday
for the new Pioneer little tied; b pm, Westminster' fellow-I Palm lieach Dec 21'x-27. Anyone the Cherub and Carol Choir
I . Ctcupalional Train. ", .. ...I Christmas, "Wutch That Child. 1 ship" tall will rehearse lutsduy' morning at
530'pni'. 'Scrftor'Tligri Tcllow I, interested In attending imiy : ,
ing Center in Martin : .1 JUIOVAir) |1 Wednesday: 7.JI< p.in adult 2N7-455X. 9 at the t hurch.Oi .
ship; 7:30: ) p,m Community Philip .Schratwiescr: I at CNRISIMAS'
She ?
I County. man carol ting Candlelight Hindom" Hull, practice A retreat for high schnnl girls I !) Thursday' night, Dec. 31watchnlyht
never missed a day yd.I ChrNttiiai Eve candlelight sefv- will hchisit
I Carl hoiirI 1 Thursday, 7.W: will he held at the Ccnacle llniisein services be I
hour, of
nor even an which Ministry" School; : fee, Thursday. 7 pm. I lantana the weekend of. Jan the church wild' fellowship from Mal
I, the time for The ice meeting. : 1117. Anyone wishing to attend 10:30: to II and worship service
the volunteered KHUtMtK
LUIIIMUN: from II to 1205.Siting v
director of the Cen with the Holy may call Mrs I Philip SchruUicxr:

ter commended this Sunday, 4 p.nt., .the unmidl Chrlstnitis Lve: can. 287-1558. '..10:11t.:: tstttIsskwaor, .
I High II Ci !!service will he held on ,
Martin County by : "
DK 1'1 .U' HUUIISU v
senior for depends Your Religion .: : hur ..y night/ at 11.30: at All susrs t U'I <'1)r.\L "m WHOM. IT MAY "CONI"' ki work above liihia I Lutheran Church: 1 Re'j Jensen HeudiThurselay Mir I. b; In hurobr Sinn. II,.. the
able pm. study riiomlnic' / 'I ., '
and beyond that ex- YVatihlovter, : !! an Ikmlcvard Dec.: 24, Vigil ofChristmas of Mm I : ': Klorldn.:I..ilIIIU
On Christmas Day, I'rlday I "ii' .'I u hasrlne. M Ih
: of her er from Death to I : 10 am., Holy ( onimunion. ho.n. of T /'uUb.I'i.t. un J.nu.fr it, n
Tuesday" 8 !, 100.hll' service will Intention: "Ihat 1 the lord IMA al the Martin <'uunty Oiurlh .
I held! at 10:30: combined with "u>. In Studs KlnrlH.. to nan
\: Th ttic: Previews. 1 May Come Among Us. II pm lilrr th. .lIer ut xinlnic thm....
Fall. ommumon. organ recital; Christina music; fit Hi. r..ll<>wlnic' On \\cdiicsday evening I the Ir rium M.It.t lu IlIiurli
11.10: ( p.m., the Christ Mass
: ll ; .... ITT I sr. MARK'S .cun, people, under the leader Friday, Dec. 25. Nativity irf f \' >ui areasn "I'ulin City
il"l1 il' of Mr. and Mrs. AI Kerner
Our ( 9
I 1 h RKMAS TReII'll I Wednesday, Dec : : .. Will co Christmas caroling' vl'j'\ Intention Day: :: I In All.".n,1 ini. .r.-.i.soil. .|l h.paella h..rl.,,Ire lnvll 4

Senior Chjir: at 6 After caroling' they l "Thanksgiving for the Incarna U'iMAIttTINI' ) .. .I l""llib.r: dI'I.Atstw.I .//. r
Thursday, Dec. come back to church for re Out HTT
'\ y tum. AN|> KON1VI]
... Ii Eve: 11:30 p.m., .. Saturday IV-c. 26, St. Stephen, ( OMMIWMONATTKT .
I .I THINK A HEABTYMEB < ist I II Sunday ;morning worship sere Deacoru 7 '.nL. Holy Coinmunain. Iiy C f.iR1'ii bnma.n:: uItLBNLadlc: :$,
1 Brian Tease Y CHRISTMA-5/ IS Friday, lees 25, : are held at 8 and 10: 10, with Intention: "Ciiving Our ljf to :
Brian disproves the ABOUT AS FINE A SIFT.AS I 10 a.m., Holy ( class and Sunday school at Christ." MAIIIM! llllt.NUTT/ .....'.I.r'
full !Iwo II. hat.
old I saying that ANY PERSON CAM *IIolyE. Choir). I' '. Sunday lee 27 St. John Ap. .
TGive Saturday, Dec. Inch Sunday morning at 9, the IS tllM XII. NT nY TIIMul. SIJl ,
"bralni and athletic OR RECENE_. _" Iv: (Christmas I I): Holy C'ommun- IaM:. IS SSIl rug H .MTI |
II ability don't mix.: family a too. Day: 7:30 a.m, Church's TV program inns at all three services: 7:30.II: ) > IlllSII, Ytuinu1 I'MO. I .
He's a straight "A" your Sunday ..' : : I be seen on Channel 4. Sun and II am.; 9 church: \tf\t-\
Protect home IS n0at.lhUrIIM I
senior at Dan Me. your withHomeowner's a Holy Eucharist; 9 I \ title I. 'Ihe Invisible Cloud school.: isT,1Tyr 1>1 or )

Carty High School, Package Protection charist and! to jitter in an atomic: I Monday Dec. 28. Holv Innocents. tIJJt"N' HI/Mf' IN.iloii.1 v

and president at Key Policy He'll !net you up I children will have I MM.: 7 am.; Holy (urn-- smmrtm 11 4,5' ..55 slim" ';'tTr.: ... fl/1/1 A *"*_" .
,Club Last summer, with. one thai will fit emir Individual mill party during i 1 I,very Sunday evening al 7:15 I, munion. Intention: "Children of pull 11111. 5/ir.a.su .my
be was a representative need and budget( I hour; I II I a n1.. Holy Lutheran Radio Hour can: be Our Parish." ISi11.l.lsay AI.I', w'I/.M' / IT 4.Lwllt.t'ietntlTe MAY ( may the Christmas Star

to Boy's Come In.RALPH. sermon: 7:30: pm : over WS IU. "When the 'I ue'l..'C. 2V: 7 am.. Holy N"u.: I. h.r.by I Iv.e :hrWi
Stab. Brian has mat party. I > of harvest comet for you are Communion. Intention: 'Ihankegiving .Hunk .r Hlw.rl 4Imfn.11.10or Misses,
Ylorld. > iiHIIarr / shine within heart
played top position MARTMAN. JR. I Monday, Dec ou going to meet it like a mouse for the Nativity." Inuuirers' Hi:* -.1.1. nt Hmra liuias Ml:... your
the tennis team cent Day: 7:30: a man?" Dr. Oswald Hoffman II-II- M.I|, Im ril.1 ". ..1/ ...auI ,..\
on REAL ESTATE "6 INSURANCE classes: : p.m., children 8pm.. ii,.. 1 II h.' rll.l sir |>.nrhn for
for the last two I charist; 10 a m.. askThe adult rival:: I -. unit lli.t u win with hope rekindled.
year and U on the W AT1'4bOO { I u.// church is open every day miivlr: : In:: it-'iiunir,: :Knnnr.hl JU.IK. M.ll of "Merit ry :LJ"hn.nn

first-string basketball I IIOIOtCEOLA St Some 5.2 per meditation and prayer from I1RU ciiURdi' OP aimrMit ("".,..i'i.. H..rM.' >m II I..".ry
team. STUART FLA. 'National Product W 1. 1 he rose display garden ii ""Ii IIU Iron:. r.'r .yprns.I l nr Ik. *..... ."..
tor final' l llm I....." .. 111..
I to the mni
medical I
spent on / public_ __ ___ iwl Ocean "i"i"i" ,i.iniluit.. Ih. ...t.qt| I iIO'' SANDY'S MOBILE HOME
Join 0- n ftl9d.. !II"'" q,. I."-I-,. Hl..n. ..*.'...<..
ut,won't yew, l.cwnnon subject) Detf.. : |) I"'b''.r "./.
IN honoring these fine r-- -- --- I hrutian Scwnce." C'I1'r'lltwrATI.NAI.''' .s "T ItANK
Testimonial Park & Sales
I Wednesday 27:1 BridAAt.> MPllnEIJ4:
young peoplo... 8 .ti., T..l,. ur",..,

and the hundreds like p.m.Reading Room: 282 Fluglcf' .rrsnny' ,,.". ,' jI'".".UYen Aw: .ill.ry.
th.... ...who or. our nue: Year round! hours, Monday .' ''''''''".''...... MILK N. ON t... 1 ftlfARf ILORIUA

hope..ond our eounlry'i/ : with. a sew If)Ie through Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 I ',:t n :" ,v.I i Isis., 't Js.asst. 7 l/ less
It is with deal :; -
hop. for the fvtwre. a great from FASIIIONUIEFashionette: The Christian Bible Science Speaks, radio to You" p.m.// --- -

of pleasure that we be heard over WYfU. Stuart
reeifcale .? > jr 1i kt. at 7.15: p.m. Mondays
I Tonic for Dec. 28: "Christ Is

(/,Je ;t I IFs I announce, to our friends i here/ a. =

and clients, the openingof COMMUMIY n'URn.J. r 11T4Y' ,
._* Reach. i

a branch officein Morning worship service 9:30:
a m. Sunday; second worship. strv

the Lockhart Realty l} .., ice 11:AX) mm. !Sunday! ; mid-week
I worship; servfc* 1JUO: pjn Thurv

i Bldg. on Sewairs day. Other lII..flop-Youth fellowship Visit our new Self.Service Garden Supermarket open seven

*.W p m. Sunday; !Senior days a week
Point I'la.REARDON Choir 7:3O p.m. Wednesday; Junior
I Choir fr-Xl: pm. Wednoday: HARDY rLtvn IX GALLOV! CAM
I Primary' Choir p.m. Frldajr; and!

Alcoholics<; AAonymoue 8 pea MM IT ill. rU.US 49c "VRt'll1IURY .....-... 7St

BEAUTY SALON Wednesday.. tHOIONS' .... IXOK.V ...... .*.

diryco M7 COUIRAnO AVUSCE I Monthly meeting Official' tltll IkHAf'AI.Ni .. 79.
hoard 7.3O p.m. third Tuetdan;
STUART, IIARIDAOPLY 1 Church AH Circle I 1:30: p m. fourth Gadn;
.lie IIco INS. MON. tire SAT I Wednesday. Friendship Circle 8.Of) .' Pelican Mart

71Jf .... SM ewn.AM p.m. fourth Tuesday; and Men's
:: or ..... I J 7-3J KRLLCf-R IU)(;, stV. R MARIEE hFMSOw.ee! brotherhood 6:30: pjn. third I'riday.

SOUTH FLORIDA 1 DIAL I.....2S7-499... Opmlof More-than-- -.OII.otJo.om-- ---- flower Route A-l'A 1 in Golden Gatetr.

Use new nfe JK
I --- --. : bulb" are exported from Holland
Mla... /YrMa A.... Free PatUtf
I i annual!* to some 125 countries! ,


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6 A THE STL ART (Fla) NEWS Thursday December 14, 1964

....' ra s. ., t: j Four Men Given
Prison Terms in t


Circuit Court

Penitentiary sentence were pro t'a -4
nounced on four men by Judge C. j
: tr 4aFjj Pfeiffer Trowbridge in Circuit '
I Court Monday.
J Convicted on two counts of
breaking and entermg were Ares' I
its Lade and Frank Krugcr, Each 3
man was sentenced to three year i ion
each count with the terms to '

; : run Edward concurrently I L. Hall found guilty of I

.: I issuing worthless", checks was given
a three-year sentence
Wilson V Short, convicted of'I'

arson! was given a two-year sentence I P'A'
and fined! $1!000 If the fine I a, tv
ts not paid, six months will he
added to his sentence '
Terry Fenn, who pleaded guilty :
F 4i to breaking and entering, will
''be !sentenced Jan. 12
Case against J. T. Yates and
i I Akon Freeman were nolle pros- I r. AC
sed t
f i' Ronald!, Lee Maui) charged I

r with breaking and entering, was ,
tt put on probation for two years. I C r

Beth Atwood found guilty of i > .,
forgery. was sentenced to eleven
f v kd months and seventeen days the SIIUFILEBO4RD CLUB OIT1CFRS preparing; to exchange gift at, the annual Christmas parry-
time she has already served i n held Dec 19 af the clubhouse The party was attended by eighty-fiv members who enjoyed the

.e, county jail, and released turkey dinner, u.nd\ music and, games that followed, Shown at the lighted 1 Christmas trees are P E.
Norman J, Drawdy was denied Widsteen, second << C K ,
rs vice: president: Mcrrell. secretary-treasurer; Harry! Higgins president ancj
I motion to reduce his
a hi of three on conviction!sentence of lewis Dempster, first vice president In charge of arnnging the party were Florence VanI.uven,
*.m, years M>'rtle !Higgins, Stella Merrell, ('hrystel Moore and Mildred Hillary.
".- -_ ; T '1' .r.. III receiving stolen goods.Treasure : ,
RAINBOW BOP1IES bottles rillcd'with alternate ;layers of small) jars to be used as tray favors for hospital patients on Christmas .
colored (and--were made by members of the fifth, grade chic DIIY. Four of the children wbo made them are Barry Tomlin. Lease Scott FeasterIn

II at Parker Elementary School, Stuart, as a result of an editorialin son Christine Combs, Nancy Woodiill/ and Gary SIl ler. With them <

-the Stuart- News.- on,, Sept 24 The youngsters .filled .seventy.- arc their tcichcrs, Mrs Vernon Skelton and Mrs Allyn Wcig.cl!. Given for Coast ExhibitScott >F'y' '

-.a. ___ Off Kobe SoundA Feaster t 1964 Martin f
County Senior High graduate, nowa
OBITUARIES freshman at the University ,
lease to !search! for treasure 'the South in Scwance, Tenn.;
.. op 1 1I
A: off the south Martin Courtly coast .
coed a one man art exhibit at the '
DOROTHY WIIAMON has been issued by the 1 J. 1. Boardat I'Art Mart of Rio on Wednesday, 'I
p f a Ax.nf PHILLIPS Tallahassee to the Perdido Dec. 23. The exhibit will run

J"c Corporation of Vero Beach. through Jan. 9, 1965., ,
Dorothy Whamon Phillips, forty Entailed is a three-mile stretchof
'five, of Port Salerno, died in eroded coastline !south of St I It i i. the result of work done i iI
Feaster this
by summer in theartin
Lucie Inlet to Peck's Lake,
I Martin Memorial Hospital on Sunday M
I County area, largely landscapes
three miles to the east, 0
Dec 20 after some nine
an extended Feaster has studied under
miles of bottom.
I illness. square Principals of ocean the corporationare Joseph Kellcher Of the Art Mart

I Mrs. Phillips was formerly of i listed. as Don Granger and 'I James dm3on of Pompano
Beach MeCloud of
Trumbull, Conn, and had made Eugene Lyon, instructors at Indian i Sarasota a
her residence in Stuart for the I River Junior College, and
,"d t y .qs A.I; three Judge Charles E. Smith, V arc I II
,,,11w.ak+ past years. Beach. Are
Saved le'e''
She is survived by her husband,I I The I I. I I. Board has been under I ,
Ivan, of Port Salerno; one daughter fire from archaeologists for such I In Surf, at JensenTwo 'wishing
,y) Mrs Marcia Gale Wally of i iWeoctrort. leases, which give three-fourths of I you
Conn j her father, Frederick I treasure and l artifacts to the finders men who I ignored the flag! .
r Sluttcry of Salem Massand .; reserving one-quarter for the warning that it was dangerous to I I a holiday filled to
I one grandson I state bathe in the surf Sunday had to *
Services will be held In Johns The archaeologists hold that the be rescued; by life guards '
iii 1 Funeral Home Chapel( on Thurv state should conduct all treasure- The men are R. P. Smith, Ocean t the brim with happiness !fJ.

i day at 10 a.m., with the Rev. Arthur hunting because of the historical Bree/e Park and Arthur Parker .
.. i: A. Smith, rector of St M ryfi value of the relics Rio Trailer Park. Each man Is in I RED SILVERS
u --- his early sixties
.1 Church officiating Bur-
ONE UN*"-' of We firM/ or four new dupie apartments built in I Fort Sulerno by Arthur and Ann lul Episcopal will be in Fern Hill Memorial I Parker was pulled to safety by Trailer Sales
. K<*pplmger has been rented! by Mr. and Mrs T laMurr from Ohic Completely furnished, and I Cemetery Fmnd may call Wednesday I I No Mail Delivery I Ed Rehnberg, and'Smith by Robert

with; conditioning: / too unity were designed by Mi.. Kotpplfngcr/ anj built by W E Rice j between 7 and 9 p.m I Cammaek Parker recoveredon R r. 707 "Just North of the Arch"
the beach but Smith hud
_._ to
Next be taken JENSEN: BEACH, FLA.vrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
Saturday to Martin Memorial Ho.pital i
'i W.. W N Al pg : ,.."tIf1!"+ KLNNFIII GORDON I where' he was treated and .
t C, "t i i >.' I CIIALLAMUNKenneth released
n ,;.' 1 'h II I'j''j' -I "The Stuart Post Office will be 1 : _
.' I I11 Gordon Crmlluncm, closed 1 on Christmas, Dec. I I rrrrrwrwrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. . ..ww.w.w...... ,
h twenty-eight of Third Street, Palm Friday! - --- ------- T -- ---------------- --- -- - --- -- 4
23, and on Saturday, Dec 26. i
.J. k
died Dec, 17.
Thursday. A
:. : 'd' City Based on past experience when ] 'aA
native of Lake Worth, he' had lived
.t1t' ,
; ,, Christmas fell on a Friday postal
ii { ,1 In this area alt of his life He i y 'aA
l, :. requirements for the next day, Sat j
member of the f int .
...., ; ''t' .. was a BaptistChurch tirduy, Dec. 26, were minimized, i
of Stuart and member
.t ; tl. \ I a where
to they could be met by ] =
i ( J t,, iof I a I"p lrnA t I I Growers Association He is, survived day," said. 1 Robert L. West, postmaster .
It .'1'1' I by his wife, the former Wilma 4tr
,\ ; AfI Lee, four' sons Kenneth Jr., "Therefore the following scrv- \|x
.. John" Jim and Dennis, his mother ices will he '"
provided Saturday
.. .. f: Mrs. Gene Ha tawny of Stuart Dec. 26: rural delivery of mail;
hm sisters, Mrs Groseof
f ; Betty distribution of incoming CHRISTMASGREETINGS
out.iJO" ;
v t te ''a i' ..u Palm City, and Miss Arlopellatuuay ing and transit mail on a current I
d of Stuart
basis for connections with nil dispatches
1rJ:4'L II : He is also survived by his aunts, : distribution of mail to
? : tf t Miss Senia Challancin and Miss post office lock boxes; and deliveryOf
Vicki Challancin of South Bay, special delivery mail and per-
Mrs Mary Clark of Tampa: Mrs. Khahlc articles.
Martha Perkins of Lake Worth; 1 i: Regular Sunday mail collection i
Mrs, Gladys Long of fort Myers; schedules will be maintained We
also. one aunt in North Carolina, ,I "'The: following !services will beau'lend.d bring you glad tidings

.. his uncles, Mark Chullancin and! ( Saturday. Dec 26: No
: Lewis Challancin of South Bay, window !service will be provided; w wishing you a happy holiday
Pete Challancin of Ptain-sfwld! Pa, and no deliveries will be mado by C
John Challanon of Jacksonville, city c rrier.." season Merry Christmas!
and Perry Register;; of Cktecho- I

ly i .y A bee.
Funeral services were held at Demos Sponsor i '
I Johns Funeral Home Chapet( on : 1Y 011i
Sunday Dec. 20 at 3 p.m., with Y i
.. '.._c ,. '"' '"'' ...- the Rev, Henry Thlum, pastor of .I Inaugural Ball J Y
TIIC !MANAGER for Hidden Harbor Mobile Home Park at Port Sulerno arrived Dec. S from the First Baptist Church of,Palm
California In time to install the first Mrs. City, officiating Burial was in Local Democratic leaders
I parks' tenants. Mr and B Chambers from Orlando. I Fern Hill Memorial Cemetery, and''
Shown, here with his wife and, Ken Adams, developer of the park, is Manager Ernest: t Wesch tickets now accepting for the Haydon invitations Burns' In- 011 2

L----. -_- .- -- Miss Margaret Heaton, daughterof augural Ball to be held l at the S ..n
Mrs John Heaton, Jen sin Miami Beach Auditorium on Saturday I +M h VM
i Beach has arrived home to attend Jan. 9, 196) Admission 2a a
'-' t )J .:; : the wedding o( her Ii'iter, Kathrynto la SIB per person Applications/ : 2i
Duke Scott Monday, Dec 28. for invitations and tickets! should I i
A1 Miss Heaton in employed at't.' be Robert contacting Don Ward
state hospital i n Poughkeensie, A-t McRoberts Jr, phone I "011
.t N. Y. 74444. 011
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Bv LEE CASON JR. mg offered to co-operators withSoil a1r
Conservation! Districts
The end of calendar year 1964 Th Palm Beach-Broward Soil I,
.c finds the Martin Soil. Conservation !\ Conservation District t* expected i i IIII
District supervisors and 1M
fc> be open for business in Janu-1 I
Sod, Conservation Service technician /
try District supervisors have been
r.'J r s J in number of office<< 2
t engaged: a : fleeted, t technical help has been I
and field activities. Supervisors! i "
igncd and! we hear the office 011
wilb the aid of Technician till be loafed near Lake Worth.
,w, art preparing the district cason'l Tho district will. provide technical
report 1 bit plan of or acrp to farmer and ranchers and 011II
the district in 196] bus ( Others with the planning, application 011 011

I !: r'9' pleted. and maintenance of soil, water the
Conservationist Cason Is completing plant, .wildlife, and! recreation May highways and byway of {iff lead 2

over-all soil and water coo Mans, practices, and information to a happy Holiday for you and yours! 2
for J. Maths
svrvaiion plan W. }
: IAIII50.1 Conservation District
son of Palm City and the Boy Supervisors, Walter Hupfel, May we at this time express our gratitude to 2

i Seoul Camp near Jupiter The Dean Smiley, lames Foster, Thom all of our many friends for their loyal Patrcua
.Boy Stout: conservation plan is different as. Clements Cart Sanor, and Soil ; ... ,e. :
from the general plan fob/, Conservation Service Technician 011 011
4iLjPRECIIAlYfLtS lowed for farmer and rancken; l* Catoa Jr and Floyd It Jones
it proposes\ conservation practices. I'tat. tta opportunity to thank those STANDARD Oil I
for primarily recreation and wild-. the bav,) helped us, aivi cxtemj I ,
bee Lln -uw, AtsiOance' with the Season'* GcwungV to all Thd
.-" planning, ulUuott.' and' maiocurtatKe .1 Stuart office of the Soil Convrvarnrsrv1W Daniel. Jr. McClure Agent Stuart Florida
\ of recreation leaf teen>: wtQ'"etoserDee.
PARTY AT PIONEER CLASSROOM FRIDAY ,auoA-wilaltf it aaotbcc service .btu 2 J.JIA. :. r

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MRS. GUY ('KOM>\III4( president of the Junior Woman t luh of Stuart and Mrv C'. F VanJer-

.r veer president .it I the Woman (tub of Stuart. watch: former Max'or R.Ittlke us ho sign a proU

million ni""lIIl1lh" Side hriilmus Week"

I ) : I Cooke Calls for Extra Driving PrecautionsActing .

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Junior \\omms rt'\Ut'l\ I luhs. in line ......... ..... .............. ........._..

V S _____ with krution a program: sitpWuuicn'i:
sad the National, Safels, ountil.. e eiil I'c "
former Mayor Ray Cooke, who
relinquished' office Monday night, oL1Se"y
called for observance auf f "Silfeand
Enjoyable Christmas Season,"

(hriMmas season. death loll are
AMONG: rilOSI: participating i in the Cast of Worship at the Manger," presented Angel." Phyllis Bennett; Spirit of Love: Ted Watkins" ; Judcan mild enNw climbing\ he pointed. out and most ( f.

Sunday Dec 20. by the music and drama departments of the Pint Baptist Churchof Either and Cathie Bruncr; Zilluh. Beverly Snipes; firzuh," Shcme Johnson.: accidents arc caused. by driving I ;

I Stuart were: Narrator Rev. F H. Watkins, 'Isaiah.;' Garland Edenfield.; Torah" Ginny Triay; Pilgrim from Galilee Nathan and Herb Uss; Jorum." too fast for condition, driving In h

"Jethro," Bill Roger; ""Rachel Betty Ann McClure; Benamin.| ;" Robbie Handy: Fd: Brown; Hulduh;' Mary Brown; Hjnnnh," Katie Triuy; and Shephirds.," excess of i Muted speed! limit Jriv

'Divid" Mark Wmnns; "Mary" Evelyn \\hulcn; Joseph.;' Charles Wmans; Terry Rogers Gary Little I and Ralph Pierson. -Ricou Photo ing in hud weather and" mixing ,
drinking with\ driving
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I lIe called for c\tr caution in
.... .. '" """ 'I operating motor vehicle, during w -
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Legion uxtliary ::: :May Christmas
. """ : the holidaysWarranty. :
In Christmas FunThe s 7 r ,. t C toe happy and bright! .:

SOCIETY Ladies Au\iliury to the j
Veterans of "Foreign Wars held a : Deeds :
joint Christmas arty with the :, .:.tI PARK PLAZA'BEAUTY
post on Wednesday. Dec. 16, at Filed in Week
the post home Filly attended Ihe ,
covered dish !supper I SALON
President Jennie Smith presented

c <, hospital citations chairman to Margaret and to Kahn Mr. I. 'I N >t.b.l.w l 7'he' sr IrthMntion, ,..nuel.a: rieurlvn Crum,... I 317V. OCEAN* niVD TFL! 27-283:! ..10.

5 I rrrt peat. rctvcnuo Humus .t'IU" toiii. GIUKf.ls; BITIYK: and B\Rn.\R\
.5 ; Grace Hall poppy chairman for 9 !A t aewls. at Ih., ,a.. .r a-

their \work on these committee. + ..O..h\...1. .tier,"tlo"llUlI I.th not ena.a...ui.I. "h...uvhu .. ............ .................waawwsawwral.wahJ
I Mrs. Ethel Austin and her comI : reiinqul. ''.nl Illiii.! U'
I work 1 allies' or ulniiUr o I..r: wlnm.: i:;
mittee thanked for their
were ia '. .."",., h."..." h.n.. eempenau .. .
I'on the and decoration -- --- *
supper 'ml a 1n.I"I'I 'mlunnnmIn. r
st Following a gift exchange, carols I I'I V.Ii.. Th.ron nn In..'lun.rawhen ... .1
'; mnra .tsnpa 0''" pl.
\were sung with dancing afterward. k 1' r. n.iruis.nt' than': s I' HiVdl ,l'
t 1.-. ; .1
sg' t M\R1IN MFMORItLHOSPITAL * .r I tioi In .
vat n.ra
It Ae(1fM
I which )I.u i mpi. .PI' 'HI u ?
hoy. been |>lr.i| iitnn Ih.. lit r
Births-Mr. and Mrs Harry\ I .Mria.iri 'l'h. 5rwa 'Iik.i hI 1 \

Lowe a son, Dec IS, Mr. and .p.'hill'""''.110'1.. Cur 11,5 nutImsi'ad .

Mrs Eugene Dickens, a daughter, I _. .
Dec 13.: Mr. and Mrs Joseph I (lee IS Ihn.iigh 22)) I w '. ,,'l'
Milligun, a daughter. Dec. 17; Mr Finer:! llicbcr to Keith. G I. Smith t .f; '

r and Mrs. Henry Herbert, a daughter lot I HI), First Addition to Skyline "t:'" to. I
Dec I 18; and Mr and Mrs '' Height( $I imio'.
I David Peterson, a ion Dec 18 0 Don rn"IIy; A n'n1f1"ny., IncI I Under New Management) of

! I Dec. I 13 Admitted, Robert Y r p" tw I to John Slid Ie,. I oi .'(U. Union'
Wolhrecht Mrs. Harry Lowe. Mrs I II ? to St. I 1111:10: Park S List JOINYI.'I'IIINC'I'ONJohnny's' "

I Eugene Dickens, Harry Berlolmo, Gerald (' Holhrmk to f'ugrn..
I Catherine Davis and Paul Dec!; r Millenherger el ill I lot f 17 Scv

discharged. Gene Higgins! 1-ottie ra en Stoke Island. Slit/ ) Anchor Oil
I Watson Paul Groth Alois 1 1k' 1n '
Hole RJvaiid C ( hapni..in to Dunkl -
zaphel and Jeffrey Kellcy I D. I'eler'on, lu H. blink ft.
Claude t i
Dec 16 Admitted.
i Py Krueger( Park subdivision $1.2(10IruHimi ( '.
I Post Carol Schvan. Edna lyre 1 r Yt;' 'i '
H ley lor to Steven M. SERVICE STATION
Loretto Vincent Florence Par. I tester, Property ,in Milion 4 andS
tons, Nora Inman and Judy Gale: I I township 40<<1 S,. range IS E:
discharged, George Kellhcmmer, S)71As) /; /" Goodrich New Tires
George Reed James Owen, Ann
James PusH'do to : lu- I
l.oreelo Wilco,! .
Svtigart\ Boi'*. 1x4 H. block in. section! 4, HK.LIAKC.4S: ; I'KUIIUU GAS!
Dec. 17-Admitted. Mr* Joseph Pomciana dunlons. $1X

? Milligan Margaret Dent Her. MR. AND! MRSVIIIIM EUGENE BFATTY Slinitlaw! J. Karansinskl li> Nel*
bert Frank and
Hachet Aigotti da I I.. Rhodcn lot K. block I I. StI .
Gilbert Grimmer Mrs 30 9c 32.9c
: discharged
111C'e' Villa, $7%fJJ.)
Harry Lowe and ton, Paul Dec!. Snyder-Beatty Wedding Held North River Shore. I Inc It) .
Connie Jo Miller
Jesse Pcnnmiton,
Russell J. Norris Jr. lot 16 htotk
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'' Robert Morrison i and. Robert br'K ()u t tO IHlKKS
24. section n. North River Shorts
Wolbrecht Ffar- At the Presbyterian Church subdivision $2.5 Dec. 19 Admitted.
I -
relson, Andrew Donald Elmer R. M. Pitchford' t i Sandcll Irt !N. First. Addition,
Miss Donna Jean becamethe A reception wa held In the .
Thomas, William Barlh Henry Snydef All REPAIR: ILBHKH IIHM IRIS BURBLE CUM
Barker, Wesley Dunkte. Paul Hen- bride of William Eugene Beat church parlor following tho ceremony to Skyline Heights $1, )
I undo I Ivangelislic" Aseoclalion : AM IHIlPOP11.OtC KIDS
Dec. .
in ceremonies Saturday,
Jr.. Mrs. Henry Herbert ty
Mrv David Peterson and RuthLewis 19. at 2'10 p,m. in the First Pret- A three-tiered wedding. cakf ( to Harold J. (,."' 14:1. Property 1 7 I\\J
i in lot 77 dome Grant $1(10( OPKN t A-M. 10 12 P.L |1. A WEEK
w. discharged. Charles Boa.well hyterian Church of Stuart. Rev decorated with a bride and bride
Malcolm A. Mama officiated at Harold J. (.uhr it I to Car IS. I'oe. Miles South of Stuart I U.. S.I '
G F. Kunhardt, Reathcr I groom under an arch of pink and in rift 77, Gomel Oranl. 3 on hvy.
MISS MYRNA ROSE MEAD Baldwin. Fits Dillcr and Mr*. Eugene the double-ring ceremony. green !leaves, carnation and wed. SIS Property))
Dickens and daughter Parents of the couple are Mr din, bells was in the center of the
l torsi I Garden (onslructlon
Dec. 19-Admitted, Mr*. Robert .I and Mr*. Donald f ward Snyder bride Uhfo irrrK rirrr rr."wrr eyrrvrerrertr wierrKr rpiri
r Inc tu Stanley A. Mill.
Myrna Rose Mead Engaged Travis Kane Kimpson. Margaret and Mr. and "'rt. R S. Cobn ill Company
The table/ was overlaid with t tat .12 Sea Gale. Harbor, $4.(XX).
Falk Sara Stewart and Shirley of Palm City. cloth decorated with silver wedding .

To Marry Richard Walish I Men, discharged" Mrs. Richard : The church wa decorated with bell Paper hell decorated Ann Ralph wiggm O. Wiggin laK '6 and Jr to 7. block Hetty: Merry Christmas

Gale Nora loan William silver Christmas tree, poinsettia' the table/ which: held the abed J, Gold Coast' Manor SIS(
Woodward Donna Jones Curt and two basket of white chryt- cake and punch. 1:mily, M Wilson, and Anthony
Mr and Mr*. Myrlen L. Mead and Loan Association of'Martin Otto Edna Poe. George Lan, fto anihemum and gladioli. Organist Serving were Miss. Dawn Clap" WiKon" to Emily, M. Wilson Prop.

Palm City, announce the engage. County. fats", Ethel S. Couch Barney Us- wa F W Horncr per cake; Miss, Rebecca Clapper arty In lot 101. Jupiter Island sSi&
ment of their daughter. Myrna A summer wedding is planned steen and Harry Barrel IL) Given in marriage by her father and Miss C'harlottellapper. punch. $100

Rose. to Richard C. Walish. IOn Dee 20-Aitted: Imanuel the bride wore a fulUcnjlh All ate cousin of the bride. Dorothy F Combes to Martin
Stuart Simmons, Florence uUard. John
of MM. France C. Waiish In- Jaycees I
gown of pests de now with svrmt- For her traveling outfit to Kea Memorial Hospital Association
diantown 'Rolled Barrel'To Stanley Raymond 'I' length sleeve of lace The bodice West. the bride chose a two-piece/ I Property In government kit 2. 1IfC.I .
Bertha Browarz and
Miss Mead is a graduate of Mar.' Ivy Anna Met/ger, Shirley .I I was trimmed in nylon lee highlighted turquoise outfit with white accessories. :' I lion/ 1. township/ JH t.. rang 41
tin County High School and Indiaft OkeechobeeFourteen Letghow; dischsirged. I, wild delicate sequins and Her cortege wa Ihe E. lion(
River Junior College and to attending Oden. John Scott, Lerey Harrelson. lined with nylon tulle. The deeply while orchid from the bridal bouquet i Horn Virginia Thompson. loAlcoma
Ruth leash, Mrv Robert
the University of Florida member of the Stu- I, pleated flared skirt wa accented Association.: Inc Proper IF S tI
Travis. Mrs. David Peterson and I 1
Visited OkecchoTwe
Gainesville frl Jayceei with a bow and panel in the back. After Jan 7. Mr and Mrs. 'ty in section ). township 4(1 S.,
and Mrs. and I I m
Dec 22. Joseph Milligan
Jaycees Tuesday night ton
veil fell from 5 P $2.JtXl.
Her fiance is also a graduate I Her fingertip a will reside at Fort Canal IK
., The, trip was 'part of District I 13 daughter which hind-decorated Bealty Robert Herds. Crosvder to JoliAI
of the local high school and I it attending torpnet was Carson, Colorado Colo + Z4a
the University of Florida I "Roll! the Barrel", visitation program Del 21-Admitted. Rtf-y with. seed ,-rte and crystal bead Springs I I.. Munro. Property In lot B, Souih ,
A barrel, furnished to all Albmc Kirt. Lena Wh' bridal centered The "bride i It a graduate of Mar IOXN( >. I
During the summer he is employed MDn.1 Th bouquet was Jensen Heighls/
by the First Federal Savings district/ by P. Balantine and Sons. Flue! Long; discharged I with a while orchid tin County High" !School .where Allen Goldberg In R. V John-
i i. pasted from club to club and Donaldovich and Wesley bliss Norma Ruth Snydet, tinier the wa a member of the band ton and lames A (uny Property I
money i ia put in the barrel by the' I of the bride wa maid-of-honor for two year Before her marriage in St. Luck Shore $15,000.( 1Ncw I
members. Al the end of the program I' GUILD MFFTLNC iAV. 4 of he was employed a* a secretary .
I Her drew was Irnh-frecn
Van Dorn.'"alden the club having" the most I SI Joseph GftiU/ and the Con with a hat and at Title and Security Company
win all the m the I vend green I Try In Made! I
Engagement Is pomse! money fraternity of Christian Maherswilt whit shoe Her jewelry : .
barrel Monrjy.' Jan. 4, al Her husband attended the local >
I meet on wa while bead.. She carried a On Tax Kcmint
Told Friday In Okeechohee, the Stuart Jaycees I 7:45 p.m.. beginning wtih prayer"* bouquet of yellow and baby' white high" school l where he won t !
I I outlined its projects of auto in the church.. I Immediately fol. chrysanthemum I letter in basketball" Ile l was tm- Figures on Bill
The engagement of Mrv Hilda I safety check "run for the money I towing, Mrs. Edward Kinsella. BrkkvnakJ wa Miss BarberaIan played at the Kwik. Click before

Van Dorn to Francis Walden Jen- I Olympics." Jaycee Park tare pro president, will conduct a short: Snyder inter of the bride. ;; entering the Army in July, I"MlHe Another/ effort will b. made lo
ten Beach wa announced at the gram. Jaycee Spotligh i turkey businesa meeting. A Chrhtmas Her outfit wa identical lo that r wa 1 in the 115th Armored Di- hre lat d'.count.I" on U4btlh
Bamboo Lounge. Rio on Friday trot, on which they bad recently party will follow with an exchangeof of Ihe maJ-of.honor Mon and pent thirteen month In Martin rnmtyCovniy .
evening Dec. 18 ; worked gift. Winter visitor and residents Serving .s best man wa R 5. I, In Korea Tai Collector Alvin N.
Mrs. Van Dora N the sister of The "barrel its brought to the 1 are invited. Cobb, (tep-falher of the bridegroom I Out-of-town guest were "1". Andy[ ) Andrews ha already ttatodttul ,
Albert Dreyer and u presently Stuart Jaycees by sixteen members I Ushers were Harold FJ- I L!and Mr. Doyle Shelton and chit the MceMry machine would
employed at tile Sewing Center of the Fort Pierce Jaycees last I dodge and Jerry Zglmicki. both f dren of Melbourne Beach aunt COM about 14,1)0) but Commi And a Happy
She wa* previously employedbuyer u week '. slime Ed Milky, told the County
:: of Palm City ;and uncle of tfw bridegroom: "'1'
and manager at L. Burr --- ., ConimiMMin. Tuesday that' he ear
PRESSAT 1.JNa1FoY For her tfaoghtera wedding, and Mrs H I Snyder, grandt Year
berger and Company in Newark.N. THE HOSPITAL I would lie to thank al tot t9.. Snyder chose a mocha' Ua <*enta of the bride from Rochester thkrttl the ducounu could b e New too!
J. Her fiance M employed by frieftd ,oe their Card.*, I....m"l pew <* sow Mess with. matehuifaocnaorie N. Y. Mr and "In. Chattel I typed on tat NH. otherwise com-
Karl Herrlin. local contractor. Press representative have been and other kindnesses Her corsage wa ofmbct 'Clapper and daughter, aunt, uncle pletcrjr machine-prepared.
Among the guests were Mr. I inward to attend a luncheon meeting recent and the I and poll baby chryuMhc- '! and cousin of the bride West Chairman/ Frank Wadta aM'O WILCOX.HARD); x; ,1V
Al Dreyer ; Wakien's daughters! at Martin Memorial Hospital ::ri'a'y: mines C:1"M'ar:: n Memorial mum Palm Beach and Mr and Mr; *! Miner aril Bell u a ne..1\

and their hutbend Mr and Mrv! on Wednesday Dec W. to dip Hospital for their care and Mr Cobh mother of he brid*.1 Fred Rood North Palm Beach. of Iwo to study the problem MR. A MH< iLAlNri villfOX'
Jack Minor and Mr and Mrs.' CUM the hospital proposed new attention la the word of Tiny groom, wore a pale limo green -- -
lame Dean: )In. Ruth Cramer., puNic relations department designed Tm, -God Bless Us Everyone." eyelet over white dens with green I Michael and Chuck Frazier, tes-tnoe from 1M tale. of eiprtne I MIL A /MRS. JACK IIUtOYS.R.

Steve Stager Cape May, N. f.; lo promote better' understanding and white. acteworiet. Her cortaje -, gut ItL have arrived for a E"I) to Fran located tsnjtXf( 7trT Jesweaj Mach AT 1.1242
Mr ajd Mr*. J, Brown and )(r. ,I', and co-orerauon with the Ted Cumbers was of white baby clrywnth.acne. wb. their.iriodniotber._ Mrt. (JuI) ba year a 10 per cent increase '
aDd Mel t Swbnidt, I'press ana the public. J fjrver, I J5> Riverview Drive. over I 196? I IJfSlilflfigliJlfsi131itit1dt7k, sirlgtX!> lllriyalttMtris,m itb

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Inm STUART OTa.) NEWS bunchy, December 24, 1964 Elliott, Debbie DeStefano and back his successor Timer Powers
Stuart Tourist Club Held Its Mark Winans. Concluding numbers Williamson GotCommendation I I in the completion of Martin High

Many Blessings Are Simple in Christmas Party December ". 11ent Santa were Night-Oasis"Rise Up made Shepherds"an appearance and. at' bridge way Road,and,the the extension Allapatuh paving of of Road Fox West Brow Farm in

I and gave apples to everyone. Road to U. S. 441, and in seekm]
The Tourist Club celebrated its I Russell Speck, accompanied The Tourist Quartet sang Go Final MeetingThe the inclusion of a road along th<
Teaching Appreciation of Christmas party on Monday evening I MM, Fred Tyler at the piano, sang Tell It On the Mountain" "Away north side of the St. Lucie Canal
LifeBy Dec. 21, with 322 attendingthe Anytime;' "You: 're NobodysSweetheart In a Manger," and Winter Won end of Comm..oner Jack from Indiantown to the eastcrj
derland. Rev, Watkins told the
covered' dish supper Now, and "Bless This part of the county, in the
Williamsons four-year term was ,
Houae of The Other Wise Man,
ESTHER B. STOOKEY college education. dow. I wish I had the time to tell The invocation was given by the story the and state plans for a scenic rout<
marked of
followed by his piano solo 0 f by reading a resolution
Rev, Forrest Watkms, followed by Accordion f
arrangements o to a state park and recreational
None of these you more of my Interesting experi- "0 Holy Night" and the presentation of a
Some think of Christmas : Silent
people that singing Night "Joy to the
they in I group songs area.
order live but remember that
to IiI
a ences always certificate of appreciation by the
have not experienced lift to the life rifled led by Mrs Ruth Hall, who was. "White Christinas" were played The meeting concluded with
a of I lived life with ,
a gratitude County Commission Tuesday.Both
led Mrs. Hall.
at the Willis Chris Betuchneidcr group singing, by
accompanied by
fullest it they have not traveled for the good gifts God bestows piano The 250-mtle-long and ninety
One of Mr. I up- referred
Dexter. Members of the First The next meeting will be on Mon to Wllliaml O'l
t t nsively, if they do not have 01 experience": on his children..' Roll call showed twentysevenstates ,hurch under the direction of Mrs. day, Jan. 4. "sincere, unselfish and efficient mile-wide Ellsworth Mountain i ij
money with which to buy an ex vents that make t am leminded of a story a service to Martin County"Williamson the tallest in Antarctica Som<
I and Canada represented with Betty Rogers, choir director,
eras of material things if presented summits are as high as 12,000 tcctiNews
or life
they Another d5: simple Negro woman told me She 1
have not had the Pennsylvania leading in attendance. a program 0 f Christmas Java Man ((500,000 years ago) who did not seek
advantage of a make up the was a widow with five children Vincent Stewart entertained the music. Mrs May Swope accompanied and his close relative, Peking Man re-election but instead ran unsuccessfully -Advertising! The Stuarj
community" or to support At she walked home group by playing his musical saw I the group at the piano. ((400000 years ago) are referredto for state) senator in November 'News offers the best in Martin
generally Still : one evening after her days toil, Willis Dexter was accompanist, Soloists were Tommy Roger, Leital as homo erectus asked! the commission! to I County Try it!
thing personally she saw a little boy about six, barefooted ------
dergone, or lived and shivering looking longingly '
As a child I at a display of boys shoes
a kind, gentle in a store window The next evening
o not completed she law him looking in the
though she was !same window and then running
had read most of into the store This went on for acouple
studied all her I of weeks, so one evening
school subjects she went into the store and asked
r She bad never been the owner about the little boy Yi,
M; 4of town where she was He told her that the child had 1 1 r
income was quite picked out a pair of shoes and Ja,1y I
r she held my that each day he came In with a "
ly before she died, few pennies to pay on the pair of
Drowning most his choice He did little chores as r
skier my 'life dull : only a small, undernourished boy
out experiences, could do for a few cents, and im-
a beautiful life, me/Jiutely ran to the store to pay
periences I on his cherished pair of shoes. He
"For eighty now had $1.76 paid on a pair
experienced he of shoes priced at $498 This ,, ci
poor woman, who had five little
ty of the dawn,
mouths feed and ten little feet
1 in to
net all its
glory be shod, told the to take
hills ; to man
tive waited i for
the shoes out of the window, put
to and cast its
them aside for the boy, and when
tery over this
Saturday came -her payday-she .
of mine, Life is full ,
iences would pay the remainder owed on ,
shoes. This he did.
of us fail to savor Albertha, the Negro woman, M''r'
trusting clasp of a told me that when she handed this
IDEAL the friendly wag of I little boy the shoes the following ,' ,
the sound of Saturday that it was the most <<
the song of a wonderful experience of her, life t/ /
BAKERY the smell of baking The child grasped the box to his A
fragrance of good little heart and ran out of the ,
53% COLORADO AVE. whispered I store skipping and crying "I have '
eysuckle outside my_. shoes, I. have shoes, shoes, beautiful i iJI'
aKr.......................-.-.-.-.. evrKr-.. shoes"Alnertha
said through her tears,
To all our Artists "Miss Esther, when Saint Peter
lets me through the Pearly Gates,
and Friends may the it won't be near the thrilling experience -

Christmas Be Yours- that giving the shoes to
that little boy was?'
Some favorite people of mine

over the years who have experi- rb ,p ,.
r+sor-e AT 1A75SI enced life to the fullest are: Al- 1 1 jA
bert Schweitzer, who gave up several -
careers in which he excelledto
live a life of service to the suffering
African Grandma Moses -
Who, at the age of eighty-eight,
was given an award for outstandIng -
contribution to contemporary
thought Oeraldme Farrar, the
I famous opera slur, who, in, her
Located On eighties said i Most people I gulp
aart/a e. atilt ulla a.a. life and taste nothing May 1
I Kennedy McCord, an authority
M, te'r ,
aatllMM1,1, Mata4l M.Al1M.ti alM.fa11MMMa fIh....... four baa her own radio programin A rr yL &A 1.A' Is sr Y
Springfield, Mo. bite told me, 1 i
In answer to my query as to the
secret of her youth, that it was
211.080'I Just experiencing all of the good
things that God has given us, and
doing something for somebody elite
every day of her life 1>

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Before absorbed rn 1 thr .141 atk hoc '''The released and reabsorbed to the Tim STUART (Florida) NEWS
Court of Appeal Scientist Warns Pesticides Are concentration ot tort: materials in extent that animals are killed I I Thursday' December 1", 1964 1-B
a particular species I ot fish maybe Dr Tartwcll stated that toxins ------- - -----------
I Life Chain in Seas over lOO.IKN) ) time! greater than from pesticides have been found' would still contain the poisons.
Florida East Coast Taxes Endangering the concentration in too water," in marine fishes from Masks to! more serious problem might re*
he said! Furthermore the pomons Peru and from Iceland to the suit.
Widespread contamination of tremely toxic to !some aquatic orgammns. are absorbed by the tim plants and Caribbean" Shrimp and algae aresometimes
Furthermore (the tonicitv ammtth of the plankton! as wellas affected at levels low
Mount marine fishes oysters, cl I a mi. of some organic phcwpcrus" pe by algae and higher plants\ and er than thoM toxic to forte Thin MANY 1IELPFD ON
as Checks Rejected Wimp and other forms of marinelife ticides varies widely. while the thus enter the food ..ham of all is true perhaps, because crustacean REALTOR:. BANQUET
may result from the unrestricted chlorinated hydrocarbon" may aquatic Isle with onu! : of the are related to insects, which Beautiful cattleya orchid for
use of pesticides. This assertion accumulate in Home animals to POIMWS remaining in the environment many pesticide: are designated! the ladies presented by Florida
One of Martin County' form. 114.18 for 1964 taxes Andrews returned too high: This board ruled down was made by Dr. Clarence M. very huh I levels while appearing k> after the use of pesticides .ilL
' er big taxpayers is delinquent in the check the next day witha the protests. Later a hearing 'u i Tarxwell of the U. S. Public Health to have little effort on oth- .a.as Mopped! The materials Unfortunately he said!, very Abstract A Title Insurance Company
its payments for two yean. letter stating that Florida counties held in the Leon County Circuit Service at the Gulf and Caribbean ers. Malathion hat been 'concentrate in the !sex organs and little research has been done on lovely floral decoration arranged
The Florida East are not permitted to accept I Court. There too, the assessments Fisheries Institute meeting at Ja I shown to be over I 1.\.011l( ) times as i eggs of tome animals and serious the effect of pesticides on marine by Mrs. Blanche Surgu/
Coast Railroad
partial payments of taxes. Andrew were upheld. maica. toxic to a small shrimp named ly interfere with reproduction! and life or to determine the eoncen.Iralions and donated by local flower grow.
Company owes Martin County has returned the partial payment The railroad has taken i its cato Dr. Tarzwell Mated that research "Daphnia" than to a common growth. Under conditions of long which might be harmfulto en. souvenirs from various title
approximately $121.98578 according checks each with the same explanatory the District! Court of Appeal, to the chemicals the humans. An '
to Tax year indicates that certain kinds of pcs- American minnow that was letted exposure alarming aspect is firms and a "social hour" sponsored
Andrews This Alvin N. letter This hut bill will and oral hearings on it are expected tickles considered to be relativelytafe According to Dr. Titr7well, a : organisms might not N. functionally the fact that some marine animals by First Federal Savings ALoun
$3,022.25 which is in addition to become delinquent after April 1, to begin early next month are actually highly toxic to I I great danger lie in the fact that affected! since the materials may, like insects!, develop immunities Association' enl).verted Stuart
of Stuart it owe the City 1965. It is the opinion of Tooker that tome organisms. For example. a measured level of pesticide concentration may be concentrated in fatty tissues to the poiwns.! This would be Board of Realtors' installation baDquct *
Martin County is only one of the railroad company would have malathion is relatively non-toxic I in the water itself is no In tune of \strew or starvation fine l for the animals involved, Dr. at Port St. Luck Country
The situation started in Novem the tier of East Coast Florida been smart to have paid the taxes. to birds and mammals, but ex indication of how much has been however the toxins might be Tarzwcll said!, but.since the tissues Club Saturday. night
ber, 1962 when the railroad sent then called for --- -- __
and adjustmmtIn -- -
counties through which FEC operates an --- --- -- --- -
a check for only a arcaIwUlb: where taxes have not been assessments"In that cite it might
mont of the $36,850.98 paid. The total owed in taxes to have been given an adjustment
the county had billed it. This procedure various counties and muructpalitieiis and saved some money," he said.
was repeated in 1963, when more than a million i dollars.\ "Now the railroad is likely to lose
the bill amounted to $47,020.62. County Attorney Dean Tooker its case! which means it will be
On Nov. 30 this year, Collector said that the situation began when forced to pay not only the delinquent
Andrews received a check from the railroad protested to a special taxes, but interest and court
the railroad for $$15,462 as payment Railroad Assessment! Board at Tallahassee charge in addition he con: .
on the county' bill of $38,. that assessments were eluded. 1 +,

I, Jensen-Rio United Fund Drive Is $ $ fi

I Off to a Flying Start for 1965Officers 1'' '

and directors were elected AI Palmer was elected first vice an increase of $500 over 1964,
I the fund drive chairman war president and accepted the post was approved.The i4t ,
, named, a goal of $7,500 set, and of Fund Drive chairman for the 1965 drive will be held I p ) 1C U
committees appointed at the annual second year. His c co-chairman i is Jan. 11.18, and will start with a
general membership Mrs Charles Hall of Rio who kickoff breakfast at 8 a.m., Jan.
of the Jensen Beach .Rio( Unit: was elected third vice presidentMrs 11 at Poor Bob Restaurant
t Fund Association; Inc., held Dec Helen Richardson! is sec; Lyle Wilson recently retired
I 17 at Jensen Beach Community ond vice president and was named .' vice president of United Press International .
Center. chairman of the kick-off breakfast and chief of UPI
Richard CampbeU was elected I Washington Bureau will be the 'I
president for 1965. Mrs Zola Swarthout, retiring speaker. ; J r
A kickoff coffee will be held t s'
president, who has served! as vice
president since the organization Jan. Il at 8 p.m. at Mar HilL
The Rev. Newton Tweed/, pastor
was formed in 1958, was named
fourth vice president, and chairman of Jensen Beach Community \
t'"s of publicity Church, will speak Mrs. Frankie
Martin Wahl, who has served Silas and William i DeLancey are 't
co-chairman for the Mars Mil
since the
a* treasurer-secretary
organi7ntion was formed was elected area.
All fund- organization
treasurer. Mrs. Anita Tilton raising .
had representatives at the meeting
Wacha who was charter president,
Helping! you arrange a sound is corresponding secretary, and or had submitted requests together
Mrs. Ruth Bowman is recording wtih budgets, with t h e
Insurance program b right down secretary. sole exception of the Boy Scouts ,
our chimney. Visit Tavlor-Ad Directors elected: were Mrs The reports were turned over to r; rsv 1 fI
ley and give yourself the gift of Rick Carroll, Mrs. Gus Fredrichs, the finance. committee for approval -
Miss Marion TschMchcck. Mrs
security. Orlena Braun, Mrs Frances Hubbell Committee chairmen are: lola
Alex Wilson! Mrs. Haze Swarthout, special gifts Mrs Gus
Heritage Mrs. Mardee St. Clair Fredrichs, victory dance; Qlr I I
s s Mrs Key Chase, Mrs. Edna Robbins Scouts letter preparation, Senior
Mrs. Kitty Robinson Mrs. Youth Fellowship Class of Jen
Marie Miller Mrs. William Brady, sen Community Church, letter distribution
Mr Julia Porter, Don Wilkie ; Mrs. Bowman aDd
Mrs Eve Coukler, Don Gould, Wahl, business places.
11 ** t 287-2440 Ed Bowman, Mrs. Frankie Silas, Prior to the election the genera ,' +rv M
William Delancey, Mrs. Jane Watson membership unanimously approved ir QDees
,. and Mn. Lucille McElfresh. change in the organiza s
A goal of $7.500, representing lion charter and an amendment .... .
h> the bylaws.O"1'b. .. ,.,.
iM"o '''' w
r. eighthannual "One FoAll
"if 1 and AU For One" UP Drive (' 0
got off with a flying atari at the
end of the meeting with the tint .
gift from Al Palmer, of $100 In \,.' ,
of his late wife, and ,i,.
sunrise inn &club pledge memory from The American LeZKMI ?: '' ) t
and Veterans of World War /A \ ,
featuring poolside diningin [by Ed Snyder Mrs. Stella Munch _
of the Jensen Beach Garden Club;
The Club Room and Mrs. Marie Miller, preside" .46
of Jensen Beach Women ASMVelation .
teak and Maine. lobster from 7 to 10 All promised continued 4r"
financial support of the drive for
every friday and Saturday 196$,
live music and dancing

buffet Sundays from 7 to 9 PEAS RICK AND JOWL

strictly informal, bring the whole family ON NEW YEAR'S MENU," 1 r '' s ?
.... ..., ... 'dJr
aiIna es.d v .t. _r eu."r The largest "Emancipation Proclamation
Call 281-3 III for information or reservation Service" ever held by HEARTFELT
fred f. schock, manager the church is I scheduled at the Pif-
prim Missionary Baptist Church
In Port Salerno on Friday Jan. I, .. ...
Peas rice, hog Jowl and sweet po-
i aloes will l .be served. The 'public
II invited, said Rev. J. L. Turner
minister. It is an old Southern OoodtDisiiesoftde
tradition that partaking of black
eyed peas rice and hog jowl on
Best New Year's Day will bring good .
luck in the.coming year:

Shakespeare "Hamlet" was
entered In the Stationer* Register .
Wishesfor in July, 1602. Season

the .

finest kind

of IHuy the> Christmas story inspire; each

HolidaySeason hearers heart to see i in t everything, %r' i t

QoiFs gracious goodness..to; [ind f t ,

reward in gwing.: to Ic wealthier for sharing.: ; ,

elleer: to become as little children, [for osiich iscaroi's/ / kingdom '., "

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That magic time Is here ,
Jack Breuil again..and our wish Is

that you and your loved :
Stuart ones may enjoy the happiest / :
holidays ever. If your :

plans include some driving -:
remember that the fiRST NATIONAL lANK IP
spirit, of good will .OF

applies on the __
highways toa Help[ .. I STUART

Merkle Motors Inc. happy make it season a safe and for _, :

everyone. new $

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2-B THE STUART (Ha.) NEWS: Thursdnv. Ilea- TO CLOSE
.: .. ndrer Z4... 1964 Ml'SFLMS Smoltey Sayit
Lions Club NEXT 1>\O FRIDAYSDon't

A Brace of Good I The JeiMen Roach Lion ;I plan to visit the Martin l Dec KCAftEFUtV' THFIRE1
Kings Club ( punt) museums on Friday. '' YOU CAH'T 8UV BACK
held ,its annual Christmas' party| 's or on Fnda> Jan. 1. The museums A FOREST!

I J 'w... 9 't .. 1I't"T"1'"i'; <1' d 'P'fs IJ":! I and ladles night at Stonrlso Inn on I I :and New wIll VMM'S he cloned Dam,on P.Sk Christmas wtcK!

.. 3. ;':'i.'hif 1t' ... f u ..; '. '1U'I t1'mh"' 'v.1dfiiI' were seventy-two members, their new! rtlan >rW t" in die'nehrI
'." ..... ...I, wive! and guMS ."...,.,., I I future II i
\ of ...l'I\ I : ,41 '. ,
,. Frank Waeha acted M master i IUl'\om-tmiRiil
ryl | ;
1 Ib S' g .0 I' of ceremonies and introduced. apecm (()\I ,
w' It.. guests front out-of-town: John The Ladle Aid Circle wiff'"' hold
''J.\{ .. ,P.r. I '''1. f iK Christmas Dec3: all '
Brown and Mr Brown, past president meeting + sa
-1 s" I 0n 0.rlas trlJfl's" of the Philadelphia. Pa., club; I 1 I p.m. at the cbwrch' Tile Youth I II
I Choir will entertain singing; )
,'t' 10th I4'11Jf1 Deputy District Governor' Brewerof by
atAaai, .. District 2. and President Sample Air' I 1C hrmtmas OIf1o"l.Chrinnu' .
of the Fort Pierce, club. Also s R'a E v. Communionservices !
,1ft tkidr; Cd t I'J ?:rru ,. ..... I 7
( wilt be held at
Past t Governor p.m.
Harry Jennings :
Deputy .
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..1\...'. most t'l:1..r: >rr' ", who is i also pant president" of Christmas morning worship I II ;
'IJU .ltictrla.dq.a +I.+"I. : rs "t i ii the local club. I ; 1f I I service at Ocean" Breeze Park, 7j It lake mans yttrtto I
J. ,: r hi'j, .< 'I" : 1
J 1V \ m.. whit the Rev. Newton M. grow birkt
', Lion Jerry Doyle international I
i tt' t\i'" ( ..,. I Tweedy.
If" counselor of West Palm Beach 'j
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; inducted Fletcher Blake of Jensen ," I
/ Beach into the club. He was .J4'' F IIf
,, r i irt
proposed hy Lion Harry Heritage lad ,IAlfr
who has made record of five I' ._ ,
s ., new members this year. | "T ,, ;)

Happy birthday was sung and "
r best: wishes extended t I o Wally fs a.
Gardner who will celebrate hill :
.. eighty-fifth birthday on Dec. 30. r.
\ !
f' ..:."-.--. i At the celebration of .the tenth II f 1 ., s .
of the Jensen Beach / ,
.. ; anniversary .. S.S.PIERCE CO
; Club Mr. ,,(jor net received thej I .' I
l ..i Master Key Perfect ._ .

r. ...,.. -::..' ,' ,:, ........... Attendance A ::d.d'th Advance-1 1 .; ,,- .. w I
:&.---.' : ) ,: ', ". men Key Chevron.Award and a tenyear'Charter )i' AUXILIARY OFFICERS: of Veteran: of World War I I. (),Irr ck' 454, wire installed at a dinner In ST. ONGE

Thank were extended to donors the Community Church Jensen' Beach Tuesday evening. fX-c. I 15. At left Iv Mrs. Ruth.. Hall, re-
4 I of door prizes and l to the many tiring president. On right I In the new president! Mrs. Eleanor l Oiffcndjl. Between (hem is Mr, I
w 1 members and wives who had assisted Helen Hand chuck of Lake Worth, president of the Second (Dismal, who'.rved M installing officer. I
in making this and: other I MARKETYour
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affair outstanding Hucce5 e'. San- '... .., S... ., -
.arMiW e M
Claus hand with '
ta was on gifts 55r r sow a dessert! curd party at the com-
and candy for all. munlly center on Thursday! Dec.
JENSEN BEACH NEWSMRS. I 17. 'Ihe I committee in charge was Store Complete
The Jensen Beach Women' Auxiliary comprised of Mr. Orlee Eck-
of the American Legion lund, Mri. Cecile Harlow. Mn.Htutcl .
MYRTLE WHITMAN= Correspondent >1I We feature foods1 front around
Unit No. 126, will not meet Monday AT '-171 Kavanaugh and Mrs. Elea- gourmet the world.
I Dee 2ft, a* previously an. I Inounced. _._-- '- ..,.. .,,-.. nor Dilfendul.. Also S, S. Pierce and John Sexlon fine fools

BOB GILLESPIE, mate of the 'Fran E' of which- Dave Strainis However the Legion ary of World War I I. A crWd of Approximately 100 ladies were I
holds brace post will hold its usual meeting Garden Club present., Door prizes were won by
captain up a of King Mdckercl. nearly 2K( members and Jue'uenjbyed HOBE
that 8.
night at Mrs. Grace Lewis, Mr. Madeline
_ the food and! festivities.The
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alKK+DtKK+eKK'eMrtrlrrKr aKKKKiKKxIn1KK'tKnaCe t t\YreraK.'lreKYKK rrKKrIKK lxt'I+axl.Ka1KKS1KKKa!w Fifty-five member of the Jensen Rev. E. Sidney lx>wrie read Lewis Marilyn
!II Beach Garden Club, and "The Christmas Story," which was 546.2761 546.5540 546.2951
.. guest enjoyed the Christmas party I followed by a musical program. Mrs. Ha/el wisher and Mrs
.. held at the Alex Lund homein Participating in the Mae Tinker of South Indian River -
!II North River Shore on Wednesday .I were lairs Ruth Hall who program lana Drive, left Sunday morning for This 11'eek's Specials
Dec. J 16i Hostesses were "slar.of the East and Mrs. Julia.I Miami' to pend Christmas week
Mrs Alex Lund, Mrs. John Ko- iesncp with a presentation; of with their daughter, Mrs Patricia
man, Mr. Charles Zajic and Mr. "How. High on the Mountain." Wheeler, and her two children ae'P
1. sunrise inn & club I Frank Rauwald. I Both soloists were accompanied t as
New member welcomed were by Willis Dexter 1 I'RINI'IY MEIIIODIST
Mrs Daniel Carlin Miss Alice j Other numbers included a recitation The adult Sunday school class,
Paul, Mrs Arthur Baines, Mr. by Mrs. V rna Butts, a j taught by Mr. Neil Gunsalus, held
reading hy Mr. Bernice Webber,
,' Thoma Woods Mr Leon Older, its regular December social at the ,
.1;. Mrs. A Hosington, Mr. Emil and Christmas carols by a mixed church. Games! and refreshmentswere -kt r
."., 't Backman, Mr. C. V. Gardner, quarter consisting of Mrs. Mac enjoyed by over twenty )
a Swoope, Mrs. Ruth Hall Clarence
MeL A. E. Morrow and Mrs. Rob members and
it V I Ii ert Seal.Floral I. Snook and Russell; Speck. The entire guertsrMix
Rebecca Bihbee a missionary
joined the in
group quartet
arrangements were
): brought for judging. Winning an carol singing to India showed slides
: and an interesting talk at the \
CHRISTMAS award for a permanent arrange. The honor guest of the eveningwas
DINNER ment was Mrs. Leroy Heppe; and Santa Claus who distributed Sunday night service, Dec. 13.
for fresh flower gifts to all. Miss Bibbce I is the daughter of I
arangcments were
1 Wit If all the trimmings; Mrs. Older! and Mr*. Woods Mr. and Mrs Harry Bihbee of '
The Auxiliary of W.W. I held 112 S. W. Clarissa Road I'
If you wish to enter the homeChristmas --- _-_-

TURKEY ROAST' BEEF DUCKLING lighting contest sponsored :, l \ '. : ":' ."" 11"- Pork Loin Roast
by the Garden Club con- x: ,,: ru. Ss ,
d ., f i tact Mr. William Weiss at AT 7- .. I r I, '. n rjS .! 49

Served in.the.' main dining room I. p.m..: to 4:30 p.m. 2746 7-0096.) or The Mrs.judging Basil/ Vincent will take at place AT jS: r Whole or Half . lb. C

.', ro the night of Dec. 2(>, and at ii.> ,. _
previous there will be cash .S '"
'I $5:00: per person* awards. ",' i't

<:. s' e + tt:1. Standing Rib Roast t89

The club room will "bo open Christmas/ night serving ileuta and lobster Women's Assoc.The "t ,. ,. US.DA. Choice C

annual Christmas covered-
dish luncheon and party of the '
Jensen Beach Women's Association I Morrell Sausage .' ,,< lb. 39c
GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY was held at the clubhouseon
Monday! Dec. 21. 4t

Delicious 'full course Filet Mignon dinner served Bessie A committee Heppe was headed in charge by Mrs of Special Choice Hams

'jv arrangements, including decorations
Mrs. llcppe was assisted hy Smithfield, Luter's, Joyners
8 the main
10 in dining
p.m. to p.m.. roomMUSIC Mrs Frances. Urquhart, Mrs.
f. Ruth Houg, Mrs Leah Woods )
AND 9 P.lSf. 2 A.M. Mrs. H.i/el Mason Mrs Alice
Price and Mrs Myrtle Whitman. Just Received
A delicious
Hats --. Favors Noisemakers Surprises I ed by an afternoon of f"IIUW-j t., Fresh shipment of Weisefs
Dear donated
< f i lleppc, Mrs Houg Mrs. fI
$8.50 and Mrs Urquhart were won by j BEER URST
per personPHONE Mr. Marian Jarvis. Mr. Ivy : BRAUNSCIIWFJOER= HEAD CHEESE
t > i Wahl. Mrs. Evelyn Voight. Mrs.' JELLIED VEAL TONGUE1
Frances llubbcll and Mr. Bertha :1I '
I Seawall. I ," "Milwaukee's/ Finest Sausage"
287-3111 Each member donated) 50 cents I
which will he
given as a special
Christmas gift to the Jensen Beach IMPORTED
I -Make your' reservations now space /limited Samaritans.

I I 'I N ..s'w ipr( WINESBarton
"Nw FRED F. SC1IOCK, Manager WWIVeterans\\

& Guestier
Prices do not Include m or tip. A potluck supper and Christmas
party was held at the community r Pouilly FuiSSeChateauneuf
center Friday evening Dec.
LM1rMAlifrlika) la.ataha..MllriiliMaf lkfr>M7t7i 1A1rMaifilra.li.lw.tMMlil w>M1)wl) .tf>..a.t.tlr.aka..... 18. by the Barrack and Auxili-
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y f tiLl du PapeBcauj'olais

CHRISFM \S SPRUCE was erected on j the west half of Martin St. Louis
County courthouse lawn" on Monday ,"omin Later Monday,
I however, (probably just to even things up) workmen trimmed to Chablis'
&arn4 stubs a berry-laden Florida pepper1 tree on the west portion of the


'Where' this emblem is displayed, you are : Vintage and

assured of f the finest insurance servicein ROUGE nmr vintage

K the"' land.
t Tremendous new item for cocktails!

HG.VG a Happy ditfstmas


.. f0U rg/reriar'

I ; /MaN .. nurWI A6tMf Spry . . 3 lb. can 49c \ i

from everyone from +r __ IIMIT ONE WITII ss.00 ORDER

i Carriage Club 29c
Eggs ..

1i B.
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i Sears Roebuck, and Co.. SEARS AGENCY Ritz Crackers STACK PACK. . 31c

3,1.' Stuart Shopping Center on US..l j jt BFAHI Since 19211FNSF.N AT 1.2111i i Bananas 3 Ibs. 25c

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... The seercian fir IleCcon1!'' ing along fine 4m' interestedptr. Sound sttion" rcath" for busiussand I r nip STUART (rn rUa) Nrn'
veur will "he, Mrs (,term Thonuis, son can "nthe! ladies! on duly the committee had l us nrst oj Thursday l>ec mber 2<1. 1964 JBMr
Hobe Sound News I who hiM been one ot the driving any Srtuntav from 9 fc> 1 at their, pMHmty" to paw out information I SHOP KINDRED'SFOR
force behind the ambulance squad tHMldhut one-quarter mite north Formal and Mr John Steaks havMtUMttd
MRS ":V.IPBtU sine its establishment Mrs. JjnwsfairtMirn of Brtoje Road on the west side ttheduwd opening for of the ,itt m \ from Washington" D C., '
Comspomdest: 546.3911 will continue as trenourtf of U. S. I I. t ome in and browse saw Saturday red! other North Accompanyuu -
9 al 2\0: p,m. All citizens of Hohe points up
.. I| around Mrs\ Thomas" !ill)', "nwtyI
rrNS.ernes, SMITH are asked. to attend thus ?L
The director! are Richard B. ,J I new thing have lust arrived, I them is Mm. St ce <> '
I Steele one year Cikenn! I homas opening mudwe. Mrs, onkowski, rr
Schneider Heads In the meantime the station
two years and James W. Dixon THE
Mrs Mary Honebine "huts returned -
threeears. Welcome Station it open for all businessmen to
I literature \ to her ,Northern" horn to V
hniw wish
The for the any they
First Aid engineer ( coming may
Squad ; year will he Jay H. Mans iHstrRHitod' to Hohe Sound visitor. spend Christmas with her family )i "'
I The Dc-cembtr open meeting I Will Open Jan. 9 There are volunteer workers onduly Poinciana Gardens hat been i BEST
At i the annual election meeting was cancelled "because the due! dale! from 9 to 5 <(and< more are carrying a large, part of the ball
held l of that falk hnsl m'4kh.I.e\ might addl.) for the convenience pRns, Coot, l) DM IMHIK 26, ONlY
recently at the civic center meeting on The regular meeting of the Hobe in netting the new \\eleonie &ta

Hohe Viund First Aid t Squad! I max The Lve ambulance is still unavoidably !- I: Sound. Chamber ol, (ommerce wascallcsj b>. ol Ihe an>telephone who may his wish"boon tohlop lion needed manned.Person More having volunteers served their are GH.\I >EVESTHHN BEEF. LAZm:1( :)

elected! William (fBlllI) Schneider out of service for several I to order President this past Tuesday Domiciled: and the number M 2K?> shift arc: MrAllnle Shun Mrs.ChurkMte .

president. Schneider: takes over : shots during! the ninth because' Grimm evening, by George 5230 Stafford!. !Mrs B. Young,
'tram Ted! Chimbers { of insufficient manpower, it was Oscar Bkx>m. Pat UislaMet, andMajor U.S.D.A.
the new vice president will, he repoi ledI \ |I Mrs Judy Duxburv gave the J. TullsHobe t ) TEAK
Arlie J J. Duhherly, known to most I Mrs Thomas 'said! I that Ihe secretary s report followed\ by Dr.W'oudbury's .. Poinciana; CardeJsRev. ( CHOICE
as just plain Dub" '"IuarUl1l1l1a&l! [ : sales are com- I treasurers report
'-. The doctor then gave an amusing M arson reports with letters .
report about the progress on the and! C hnstmas cards! to his Heights
':-,-= -- new Welcome Station project in- many friends m Pomciana liar.
f. r "
"II II eluding items such as Oscar Bloom dens! He kits them that Mrs "Mar A distinguished!. eiluetl of Baltimore I SALE
I Look ; ''If 4r.. 11I1 cleaning windows and Rodger DC1aNaval son'i health has stahih/cd! for I the Md. n visiting with Mr 4
IICruh"inll"wn! bathrooms better now that she is with their and Mrs Pearce. Kulof lIme
for he t, II Mrs. '''xlJhurya_ the children! and other members of I Heighli Ho i II a gruduule of I.e- .
final authority* ) and! more often her faiiuK l I he,> have a envy uparlmcnt high University liethlehem Pa, ''''
sign r'CUlllplete \ than not would finish the jobs to in historic' Quincv:I hhisa; ? At the present tune hu I fob is I designing 'k. .
: her own satisfaction front which they kin six the waters nuclear reactors for Ihe SIRLOIN
ol., > I'll I'llI ol Cape Cod "
I Special thanks were given to nuclear division! ot !Martin Marietta
Mr. and! Mrs (,Ienn Thomas for Corporation! ol, Hiltimore. Md. "
Residents Mill that "
/ ., furniture the arc hopeful His norms? \\ IIIIUI1l '
I -- lending! lor new Ma- Kiili ion ot
A 1111'ullHNSON Ihe roads! und! drainage! / will be improved T-BONE
1111'// lion. Don Barkheimer gave six' these two 1'I"0lrurrnh! of lioN
as a result of court suits .
:'';-stop 11'1 duplicate! keys lor the building. now pending the HeightH.HiJic. I .JiI r .
I I I For getting Ihe signs' / :cll red and against develop I .w '
er* Heights i It sorry (10 k>se PORTERHOUSE
Insuionce raised! the following men were responsible .
HEAL ESTATE ii : Cieorge (,ral11m, hd Hclgesscn At lust rue"I)', general election Mrs Carrie. McCarthy, "howeverteniporanly. ,: -....
I C harks n'dl11dn. Mr. Oe- at the Mirtin County Golf Mrs McCarthy will
and Real l he spending a ample til' months with ,
I.aN'aval, Carl Dykes, Norman and Country (tub Pomciina (iar.I 0 TOP ROUNDs
Joyce, Robert Marchione, and C.i i j Jens! resident Oscar Bloom, wan her daughter. Mrs Irene Smith ,
II LstateService .: II W. Accord Scion Vineberg and I I elected! secret>. lie I' hat taken of kmgsport, Me. The Ilollundsl
of the IK ignis have rented the ,
the doctor both donated! \ sign malenul over this! oil lee from Joe (,r en. .! .1'.4-- .
.. and! well ashelp I McCarthy home for Mr Itullatd'sbrother i .
paint as ; Ices a erM&f "
I \\ekome, Hollands! s
ing with the hauling and raising) II ,
f/o pens of III ol. the signs 1 he Tingle Sign Company I the lades ot I I'oiiicianu' dar' -- 1 : ''
dens! have resumed their 1 I. to '. !
of Jupiter donated the lettering "
Trailers f1
LIGHTHOUSE POINTY luncheons, ut a dlfl'erenlhome to ".fJ' C
the guest hook in the station meeting ... .
: __0- Iioridas; must. oiilolanding; was also given, by Dr,, and each wxek On IXc lf I the }Restricted on I" :; :
L III the home of Mm. : J
.' waterfront luinniiinity Mrs. Woodhury.A meeting was at Farm lb.
general cleaning 1 bee took Carrie Miers Onlv six I idles at Properties \ ,
place Dec 12, including Carl Dux- (ended as Christmas; protects, are .
: the ol' of the Martin County Planning and ..
Ft.V./OMAfSO/V bury arriving with a truck full ()feqUll'menl taking up lime many
Cotnmiskion voted'Ihuts.
Iii I lor the member' the next meeting will /oning
entire front of Ihe scrubbing building/ One I he: taking: place loom I.:titer ( hnslman diy' Dec T: lo make the following IIVNGROUND > AIL :MKAI: LMN 'Hsn.ltN !\ I\I.I..
addition A I. A2 and
I to
J tourist obviously noticed, our Hobe FRANKS SPARE
NSURANCEREAL -- At zoning regulations BEEF RIBS
Mr and Mrs ( ,riser Suite hive "No more than one trailer for

_.I S LAT J_ --j ''i BKBRANN: IINDSEY returned: for (the season Irom their each and ouy filly acres and!
: home in Sania Kosu ( till such trailer or trailers shill not UL1.29 1.00 4ge
IIKSMHHRVI, BUILDING: I SIUVRIU. I be closer than MM) feet lo the
Mr and. Mr. tlarcnci MeConaehy
I S. IIK.IIUM ;Nn. I287.. 6li I will he ut hone"in Pom road nearest and property| n..Jln with or natural public
: '
287.4637 Garden for theCa'n 1 hey
coma ?<
-==_ _.: screening per cent opaque!
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=--- -7'- arrived! from Illairslown N JOur "1 I his conditional for
H permit
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trailer uf. and. khiill. tyro only/ sit PEPPER 40Z. '
long aa said; land remain voted -
A.I I I. A-2, or A.*. ani.! It used/ for
agricultural purpose, and underno I ASM WIN) VAKItn tip GalJACKSCOOKIES ,.
conditions used for commercial .
I There shall be no permanent
j buildings! or additions! I lo or for
Ion trailers allowed in thin (Uushifita-" ; I COIDLN \K\I.SI ClorOxTOMATOES \

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;?irj&4ML To Rogers l Washington Files Go I I 8 NO. 303 1.| J 00 9cEiSllu

I Congressman/ Paul KogcrV di.- : '
'", I\NI M/J"
(net office in Went 1'11111Itcltch
closed Irklny, IX-c IK, in order :
for all activities to bo returned to DETERGENTMOKII 49c olllt.R(
Wahll1lfrrk'r tit the January I \\\111 sSBI

meeting (of the ('ongresn'! '.VS, UIUII) .: WIIIIKPOTATOES:
It hat t been Roger* !custom lo ,
open, a Florida office between nek-
moil of (Congreti, lhi, )year it ha
r t been open since. Sept 14, + i .
1 he record and file in I:'toriU i I 2 -
303 SIZE 2,9IHXIt
1I < have been forwarded to Washington \
/" All 1 1 correspondence! t o
(ongre-winian Rogers khould now : IIIIYMEAL
"he tent directly lo his Washington
office, Room III, Cannon lloune I I or GRITS
Office Huildmg, Washington, Li

V ('\StS IIUI' (.'OUR INCIHCLII I' I'C'I 5 lB. BAG 4 9 01t: 4E '

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Fdgur! A. DuMait; IJIIion R ,
DuMas. divorce: lames I' I.ill-j 1
man 1.29 Lb I IB
poise. Harper v*. Riley Harper, I COFFEE i 7 .
divorce Spencer R Cnlbert, loft
I II Ij Pierce. .
: / IIQuan C
(('-...... IJIM)
Stuart Plumbing, .. and Metal 1geI I/l/I
Works, Inc, vt John l. Taylor l STARCH QT. JtifJp
asking judgment of $1.129.13 for'
I gash! and services: delivered and F\INI.1111S.'IUNA I 'ykCAT }

I rendered FOOD

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J,., Gal 49c rKF ill INII\ KlVtJtORANGES

directors, officers und staff wish to take this SlltKHNr': !.SPIUR.S ooz. 3 9cASPARAGUS

I opportunit)' to extend our best wishes for avery URGE IRI1n

Merry Christmas and a I happy New Year I 3 $1.00 EGG PLANT EACH 1Sc

to all our friends and neighbors.Season's .
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First Mortgage Cor M.).

OF STUART See the *ond.rfol election
of modern electric

Eat Ocean Bird. ActON from ih. Courthoua la Stuart. Diet AT 7-0122 gift" -for home, patio I

Corns Allanllc A... and Indian Rir.r Dr. la Ft. PUrc. Dial HO 1-31(0 or personal uw-at your I k V.ur Friendly

1945 20th Sir..i JO 2.2300 Vero Bach favorite Store.Popuu .

OffrrH to rWUU RrtMm. (Ml, I PRACTICAL SuprrwurketCOLORADO


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Want-ad in Stuart News i is also printed FREE in the Martin County Free Press ((7,400 copies distributed free.)


Thursday, December 24. !1964
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DIAL ; !::$ I ,>1t,1ft-u stIP... A leading geneticist predicts that
90 1 I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 90 embroyonic human life will b e
ATlantic .
I. .
I in the laboratory
produced artificially
To Plate Your FAST """ I -a u A:> .....,. I by the year ,.OOO.1ot' .

ON Sewalls Point, Yes. On St. ''' '!.1 "' ."11 o I ?;'''''

( ) : I ) Best on frame pri- Lucie River Yes River to Road, SERVICES OFFERED, Mic.I 171
Yes. Lots of trees, Yes. Three bedroom
) ( e t t e r health. ..savrr' r.s" r "rnv', sssspeonu
NEWS WANT ) with I new house! Yes Two baths, Yes.
Furnished Yes. Room for two
RATE: Five cents per ) ( ) cycle air condi.
more homes, Yes. Price $23/00,
word, minimum charge for sun bath Yes. Don LAW'SMOVING
Yes. Twenty terms
lion $1.00 (for up to t : Must sell1'' O'Kelly and year Company 900 Colorado
average words). Words ) over 12.000
I' Phone 287-2500 or
CAPITAL. LETTERS ( ) ( ) : down. Less & STORAGE
I 2873280. 12-24 ((90)
word count as two i 287-6093 or
) tf ((90)) I 100x200 High, Dry Lot, two blocks 500 S. FLACLFR, STUART
White space above or $ I from Presbyterian Church. 300' Local and long distance mor
within ad will be I one bath. Car-
Yacht Basin Good river
cumber: of words (five) ( ) ; air-condi- view.. fi,500 frontage.Call 287-2019 or !lag Packing:, crating and ship

be printed in the blank ( ) bar. Well write Maxey 921 E. Ocean Blvd., ping.

25 cents per line. : < !} 219 Harrison Stuart. 12-24(90)( ) WAREHOUSE STORAGE
Display Classified" r Stuart. Call Ph.
application. ( ) tf ((90)) NORTH River Shores Sparkling 28708785q 55j,
( 3-bcdroom pool home. Large
These are cash rates, I ( ) 3 bedroom 2 lot. Water rights. Furnishedor --
shady 4 A. t. ...
: L IIIWWftK JIll.
mailed I I '
brought or to : ( ) HOME. unfurnished 720 North Fork
News with i payment. If it : I garage and Road. Telephone 287-4845 or 287- FOR SALE, Miscellaneous 178
Stuart News mail ( ) I of this land 3279. tf ((90)) 15seu'nutosPey' ,..'<--"IWI'I
listed in the Stuart citrus. Price -I
tory you can place your [ Registered INCOME Property Downtown
phone. Dial ATlantic 6 miles West Stuart Furnished Rooming WE'VE COT THE
ay "1 want to place a 1 76. Route 1, House Five bedrooms, four baths.
( ) : I :tt : ; I ) 287-1833. Immediate possession. $8,500( or Lf.V'.Y
I will trade for vacant land or $2-
12.24 ((90))
: ( ) I ( ) ( ) ,I OlIO) down, easy terms. See your
Give your mall I tatel Lot No 5, broker or owner. Route I, Box: CASA RIO
well as your telephone ( ) I ( 100x125) Wa- 498 Stuart, Florida. Telephone
ber In your want-ad. ( ) Lou Bockert, 287.2329. 12-31 (90)) BOAT MOTOR SALES, Inc.
art News has ., Pompano .40 Rent TOT ... AToas.s
out-<>f-atate subscribers : ; 1 tf 1175)RIAL
tf ((90))
An estimated 30,000 to 40.000
are your best possible people) in the world die from poisonous ...
pects for real estate Excellent -.4IIl 0.-
snake biles each In
rentals, boats, help '! I furniture. Lot year. the ESTATE FOR SALE 190
United States however
fardenins. trailers, and ( I 1 ) ( ) ( ) trees. 287-0412 Close to fatalities the number only, about fif I 11iJ ...t4. L J

: : tf ((90)) I -
) un.It'I'I"\U'T I
) aiiitt: : OPPORTUNITYFurnished
( ) : lot, 331 i'
( ) rooms, un- M satin nil MCM II. HK'H
l>tirill<'\ TO Hill 2 bedroom CBS home
Numbers over 100 fair con I Civil Itetrnmf,
( The Murtin
classified adi, ) ( ) tf (90)) Martin ,, .iii ty l'ounlr. wlii mcci"sN.id and utility building!!, Insulated.
play : u u : btt i in. 'W;, otrh' ot the Landscaped. FlorIda room.
after the end of the : lot in North l'ounty civil I>f.n.f 1>1..lor at
numerical order. lie sure ( ) 441 Hmrltr Hu-fft. In SluRrt. upI 1110&80'carport, cement drive.
( ) i owner will until puS:: AM: December 28. UU4.on .
In both places) ( ) Call 1 287-0863. I I the. tollow inS v.hlt'.a. whl.h are Frostiest refrigerator freezer,
I Sri.. ort.r.d fr publl a.le undpr air conditioner, water softener.
tf ((90)) ..
the "ulr..m..nt. ItA set forth hy
FOR RENT I she Ofrir of tho lilrrrtor Florida Low County taxes. 10 minutesto
FOR RENT OR SALE ( : Small Hvll Pefenne Auenoj, Jacksonville Stuart. Selling for medical
( ) Florida.
WANTED TO RENT suitable 3 or The vrhlrlct for ml* Inrlndr: one reasons. $1,000 1 less than cost.
( ) ,, I permits addi pickup truck, and on. 'lnk. body
HELP WANTED ( ) 1 ( Cash: irs,k. not i In nprratlnnil condition
: Thru lt m may tin fffn at
Employment Wanted I ) 5:30. tf ((90)) the Mnrlln Cuiintv Mn..lIo* (Control
Busbies Opportunities ) MARTIN ('OCNTCn'lI... 287.4325
( ) house. En-
LOST & FOUND I : I By A, W KEATOV.!: : n-u tlUI.n.
I be as Iilrrrt.r
SCHOOLS Nice lawn. "nb.' n..p 11. 24. I9ft4,

SPECIAL NOTICES : : ( ) < 2871746. --_..-.._....-...,",-,_-.-.--.. -- ---.",..,.,,-_,..,. ., <'- '-",.,.-".,-.__,_-___-_-
USED CARS ( ) tf ((90)) HFLP WANTED 143

NEW CARS lots on pav 111 l ._ It 5_ J ,....
BOATS SERVICES ( ) ; ) View Terrace


Service Offered, Mhc. Beach, only
ke"I| \ ct included. BOOKKEEPER Female thoroughly,
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(lowers should he
; ...... .heal fmw
w.vw2rav r kin nt\ eiftMeen to twenty-
Poinsettia BloomsA hours Man they are to >ie used
c7i7/i Exchanged in tTMIfNnenl.. says" l1cchnla ,
By the AuxiliaryThe 1 ttor* .Mr cool piece awav trees
MERRY I (rit i onal ( hl'l\lm, plant i* Two method !may he used I Itreat to' drafts.
American Legion An\il an W I [ho: !pomsett!'i. which ,lispluvit it* cut pomseltias Immerse the I the OBIVW* will Nay trosh firiNtnit
held a Chnnmiia parry m the Lc ."t,'1 .du 11111 i he hd lnlu. wes iionIhi etc end of the 4em in hot water .." three day if trtuiiil Their
CHRISTMASTO won Hall on Momtey mght, Dec I poifm\ \ which, wa ,intr tor urxxil are minute. then piece I life cwk He prolonged .i day lIt
21. Bwtrm Baldwin I World War .. I I 'ducal I ,unto the I ilul Mate inuMdmely in or>KI water. He can. two "hy adding plant nutrients to
I nurse and Charlotte Walsh 'Ann 11\111.!> .IS J pigadam| seaMMMllK 1 ful not tcr let rite tram from thewater the" w*.Krihe .
WorM War II\ nurse, veteran of ...,'r,. i',MI bccauoc ol, eta red damage the flowers. OUR the Auxiliary:. were presented gifts uid. 1.,11\I bract: The: bricH' are The alternate method is to singe not to place" the flowers or potted!
Chairmen for the party were 'I the (xtiiitid I .s biases;: :' which Mirtounj cut end of' the Mess over a flume poirmettta !near any air duct M!
Theresa. Brown and Nellie Fez t tWwjk theell >w Dower for a 'second or two and then the hems where they will dry and!
MANYFRIENDS zoni A gift exchange was held! ,hj Dr Tom horticulturist Sheehan, .issouaie with: the ormminlal place the sum In wool water "It. qincklv_! _. _
the nem\'cn. .
I Ilorula Agricultural I\pcnmtnl 1weeMewwtewe'KetKrYY'v' : 'C. 'trKtlWetliMM'tttYIKKKKKKY
'Stations; \i\s that pl'III'l'III11' can
Guest of MM Dorothea Ur .i se used iv cal flowers "strand the II'
quhurt. 805 South Federal High ;+ : Pane it first treated to coaguhite !
for the holiday will he her the plant milky i "
mover :;
and sister. Mrs. Dorothy which will reduce II rril1'1'l"1' "
Elizabeth Urquhjrt and Mary I "
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TRAILER j The VV oiii ins' Society! ol' Christian It"
( A Service heM IN annual" Christ
LOCATIONS = = nUll progrim nn ruendtiv, (Hoc
.. 'I 1 't k t<, al tho I IIN Methodist' Church'
RAISCIIETTES: ] g = ; 1 1t luncheon served hv the ludie,

of Mjrihj ( lull.Following
Sy S I all
tin luncheon II program ronJ of
Own Your Own I the Hiithdw ol II i king/;' ,
y ivmholi/mg the birth of hrist in its here at
,. Scripture and muse. was presented .
II By M. P. Nelson 1 by the program chairman: Mri

About '/ acre I i Editor & Publisher"FIORIDA (,try CroiiiMi.ll, ussstcd hMr.*.
REAL room William dcsnerMr .
$695.00 I y FSTATE TRFNDS" *, Chide ('('"llInl sing two STUART DRUG CORP.
as low as $25 down (7th Year of Publication) *ok> aicompunicd ut I the piano hy
I. ;
Mrs. Pierce Mi/e Her elections
Lot 50 x 100 : were" ''I Iheres A Song in (the Air" Rt'ralStore/
AVERY II hy OlcV Speaks. and Jesim of NMarcll your
), Mm ( romwell also" nhow
$$595.00 I ed slide! of (hrislmw Hints while .

J yl giving a milling culled "I his It '.... .."r, nv'p ,
< a
5 t11ERR1'C11R1STM Christmas ,.JlJ1' tf
1 The next met'ting will ho held i iarATJaN
RENT I 1S with the Wexlivan Service Guild J ., Y': e
3 on Thurtalay Jjn 7 ut H p,inMr :
jj and CTIKISTMVS prcvgrnm centered around tongs .ad \to,,;' it other countries wax the trunte for I ;:
LEASE OR SELL \\onun Cluh of Stuart meeting Widncstlii afternoon IX 16, Lett Id right are Mr NVil I and Mr*. I Iliinkr Mini, 1'J'll 'J

I let'skeep \Valters, France Mn, Ililgh Ctawn, (jtrnum Mrvm"ni Vilinli, Idly 1 he choral group son Chlllll"IN (' will arrive I
I Aa we are going to he travelingwe I participated in Stuirl on ChrhllllllDI)' to I asI ",
, will not need Ihb extra Jj Christ in 3 3I upend a weik at t the home of
fine home Mr and Mr, 'fruce Henry in Sun I pstssLAfR Atf I is
ChristmasI Lands Club'' !Ml I"Slllle! *.
% of Many in
3 Bedroom Bath
I Mr. II I Stephen. Toledo
Ohio I I It 'the holiday HIICM of her I INNNNXNNNNNNXXlXaXlNNNNNAl
LARGE LIVING AREA I 0)A II I son, Mr and Mrs\ (hark: I ( Fosterand l i
Kitchen with all convenience P. I Tableaus for Christmas Fete children Miler Point. nml Mi I
Full basement hiitl on a hill 5 REALTOR I and Mr James I ostir, 1 I''r' Road, i j
with beautiful view Paint
In Jensen a w City !lEa AlNNNbaNNNNNNXN.f .
of the Indian River. II* AroclafesW violin ensemble entertained Christmas In Many I ands:'I hands. the mayor and a proce. ----- --

CB.S. CONSTRUCTION Ellen M. Nelson\! I audience gathered at the ChriU an adult pageant, appealed to the MOD ''''' who move to the
eye, car and HiiagniHtion of 'the I royal' pace, to hll welcomed by
MR. (Ronn>) Nelson program meeting of the Worn :
audience Mrs Nellie PI//OIII,. who the Queen While Mrs. Edward:
Selling Price 5 325 E. O. Blvd. AT 7. I I Club of Stuart on Wednc decorated the singe hid arranged Hilt appmmt tit the ftrwl tableau
J II 2< (l ) n unusual arrange the perfect background", for the representing" the Mother and (hiKI
eXXNNNXXNlXXXXNNXXNXXlN the season a music.'IYKYKYKYYYKYYYYYK important C hrislmx f gnres, the In Del hie he,,n. Mr. Sutler sung
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Furnished of Bethlehem, the Three Olry !'I1'Cukthe only modern song:
Wise Men: the while gowned thor Used As a final number. the choral l
al. grouped at onu mile with their hi rig :lullay I Ihou I little! llnyChild'
$$200.00 mo. R accompanist Mr,.. H W. New- I
some at the piano, and the! model Around 21M) pests/ were nerved
1 in their old world! costumes, at thev by the hostess, Mrs Peter (ecilio,
G appeared t and her committee. ,M rAnlh..
1 Acre Tract 'I : Written and! narrated hy Mr. ony I toihln.< Mr. Margaret I II leek.
"WEST Or PAUl CItY i W. Ira Williams. the pageant was Ice. Mrs Mi Ma'lulllilioo Mrs
$2000 down $10.00 month I i presented by the music division of B 1 rdC1 he tixlten-foot table
A ) the fine arts department of which was covered with. a white' and $Julverckifh
I i Mr. Newnome and Mr. \Hugh UGawn decorated with a driftwood!
2 ACRE TRACT : : are director' In the intro arrangement of small colored jwllt
$5000 down $20.00 month :Jon O'/elly",0R duction Mrs Williuni, told of her and tiny twinkling light. A marble '
i trip to the Holy Land, where the compote' held a splash of color
visited. the scenes of the Nativity. in > huge candle, surrounded
: cf.rllli
25 A. NEAR LOOP RD. I i Company .,I At the story moved to each country by and. orchid
$595.00 Per AtreTF.RMI I 900 Colorado Ave.. (arrest from 1st National Rank) '' A a model in native dress appeared g grape. Mr. Sander and
on the Mage while the choral Mm' Colcy Ingebrctsen: (junior
Small down AT 7-2500 AT 7-3280!
payment group: tang songs Of hut coon. club rerreOlCnl.allvepoured,
2 INN OKtllY i If) Several verse of the lonp Mr. (jCrle10'11\ war winner
12.I (len) for both German and! France: of the attendance.. price.

2.. ............................................ were sung in _the native tongue
LOTSSKYLINE -- --- -- --- Sidohts were Mrs (.IvJc Coulant,
Dorcai Class ln
who sang dt! Noel" in I < ref
French and English: / ; for the French: Christmas Sing
DRIVE Waterfront Homes Acreage scene. and Mr. John Sudler, who i
Corner LocalbNi I tang dew Bambino" for t the The Discus Sunday school cliiM
$2500 i It.dan scene II of the first Baptist Church met .
iI I r; -.,'' ;,."i'e. Ingljnd wan portrayed hy Mr*. on 'l.luesdjy, Dec 15 at 11 am witching you the Season's Joy
JENSEN HIGHLANDS i .". .:-; :,.=,;";:; .."--:.:' .= C I art Evans ibis country in.I''in the fellowship Hull of the
I :. '' .. '.'$ .-- ..-:::; .
ifIG .Jr <;::-:-;; : :'- ; hcriud from FnglanJ many holiday chinh After a abort I'IulllMllII.e>* i
; :
$1595SOUTH )' Kleus especially the carol and son there wa an exchange of CASA RIO BOAT & MOTOR SALES Inc.
I ; the Ch/isuna curd first sent in gifts, lunch was served by theIarlesvet ,
JFNSF.N" 1X44' Mr*. I IL L Silver*, Mr,
'- Mrs, V. I, Vilardi portrayed I I.. C' !kickliter; Mr*. ('h...,'" Burn, Everything for your Moating Pleasure4IOUOUTI5707

$170 I HI' 1IIIWf brIJ1 Ital)'. where the closely! knit fami Mr Henry. I. red IUII, and' Mr*. Trace i KIOJHNSHN BEACH I
lien center their Christmus around
SKYLINE HFICHTS I / .. ;!! a miniature of the Holy Family Mr, Walter" Kuck program
$175SI9S0 ... .u.i Never somber, the Italian love ahaste chairman presented' Rev P, H r.Y' IYYyKKYyYY wYtrf i'c'f' 7fr
LIVE HIGH : :;;,. '" .. and plan for three week Watkins and Mr. Welkin" aocornpanying KYKY'tKKKKKKYKYKKKK Wt.+t.Krti 'aYYKtwKWrt YK't'tYK
, of merriment ; at the plan) >wholed
LIVE inCH ON TILE HILL I "Service Means So all ucld' Mr*. \Hugh L, jaws represented the group in tinging Chrwtma* car
(icrmuny to which t it owed the nls She then an| "a ok> Rev
decorated. Chrisimus' tree I In, the Watkins.. told the Christmas? itory
BUSINESS LOCKHART REALTY nminums lhe family living the The Other WW Man "Joy to ,
LOCATIONS "'I'.IIC'di'fanee from town light" the World wa the closing tong
a loreh '\ they Hart for midnight There were thirty-five member )II
. SEWALL POINT AT 7-1777 and) "
200" 280 U. !S. 1 -Several icrvice on Christmas Eve and guest present
x I
1.lf ll>t>
,' with ,
each family lighted torches
bldg,.. Suitable for almost try
)join until a |ftat procession Mr and Mn ('hllrl Wallace, : \ d (Se
busineM. Ha smell --
of -
ibid -- --
---- make tt* way k>the village church, Gainesville will spend the Christ L )d
rental also--circle drive crow Mn C K. Vaixierveer looked mat holiday oath her parcntu, Mr, ,r I A
over In front located North of I hike, a honafide native of Holland, and Mr. OarlanOLdenfickl. WaN
Stuart near drive-In. Formerly Choice Waterfront PropertyOwner melding, the wooden shoe When I.e' was graduated tenon the lnl-)
.amba Pet F...... rcligi"is celehratani on Dee 26 vtrntof ITofklJ fait Meet witha ,, \ M atoq
are I nisbed the muucal tocieUe degree in electrical: engineering.Tht .
'ilLease or Sell t a k e! over, their Ringing voice Wallace will Ictve on Sunday
Will, Sacrifice nirsong la greet the coming of Dec 27 lot, tfmMMU Tex.
$$26,500 the Saviour. 2M. Nick, having arrived where he has accepted1 a position
I by host and accompanied whit Humble Oil (:nmpan,, Mr*.
EXCELLENT" TERMS 200 FT. ON BROAD ST LUCIlt by Black Peter (the Devil) it met I Wallace I" the former MM. Join I

.hy a motorcade of police__bras_.Edenfield._._ _.._ ____.!

Several Business With Seawall i A Very Merry Christmas and a Happy :
Lots in Jensen and
Property has depth of 484 ft. Prosperous New YearOur
Zoned County CM pledge to he p Wle! -W, M0r camels In the MUmlofS. .
wisiws '
season s kSL to
$2750 up Within City Limits of Stuart To erne only the Ws fowl !. give. ..nkk ami roorteoiNwrvare you
T. knf oar plure rtraai And to appreciate year i
l ...... sod good will\ .

Nice Rambling Frame Home and Cottage Special For Next Sunday !
W.J.WeissREALTOR Beautiful Lawns Trees and Shrubs CHOICE OF TWO VIDE DISHES $ I 00 'wryI


See Y_ Brntct se, ,.... 0..*. I I
F. L. Powell's Motel & Restaurant ; 11

AT 7-2607 rateMMw4 .*er 1 If year* I
Phone 287-3538 7.3232Wt's'I -i SQUARE DEAL worn EVERY IfEAL" 287-4242 257 K. OSCEOLA 2874243 i it
CLOSED ciratvnits DiV I
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LB Tint STUART (Fta.) NEWS I mas celebration at the agricultural The Bi-County Council of PTA slat the supervision of the department "" ......awswt CIRCUIT COURT- Preston F. Urquhart. Karen
Thursday, December 24. 1964 building Dec 17 will meet at Palm City school Jan of Christian, education Donations Common Law E. Urquhart divorce. W. R. Scott
( )
---- ---- Palm City News A covered: dish dinner was enjoyed 18 at 8 pjn. of books will be apprecIated Lakeside Case Lumber Company vs. Ray Velma Marie Koonce vs. Nathan
Andy Zghnicki spent five day. by forty-three members and Meet Mrs June Wallace, who and you can leave them at mond D. Smith, judgment of $2- R. Koonce, alimony unconnected
the church.
last week gift were exchanged: Officers of was born June 18 1929 in Steu- ; 295.70 in defauk of bill for merchandise -
in and Panama
MRS. ANITA WHITE, I Village with divorce Elton H Schwarz.
both clubs for the new year were benville, Ohio. Schooled and graduated Twelve members of the Anna bought between July 31,
City on business Cormpondent I installed by Milt Martha Burdine, in Zanetville, Ohio, she re- Laura Circle met with Mrs May 1958 and May 31. 196%. T.. C. Anna Carlene Trees vs. Billy
Myrna Mead, University of Telephone 2875582Record home demonstration agentA received her B.S. in education from dell Moore Wednesday\ Dec. 16, JAN DAVIS Kobe Sound Houk. Carl Treece, enforcement of support
Florida, is home to spend the holi program in keeping with the Ohio University, Athens. for their Christmas party. They (Chancery) money Philip Nourse, Fort
days with her parents, the Myrlen season was presented and group Her husband ie i lack Wallace, exchanged gifts and their secretpals I Henry C Beckman Jr. vs. Lu Pierce.
Meads. Mail singing of Christmas carols. was mortician at Johns Funeral Home, for the past year were re By JAN DAVIS cille D. Beckman divorce. Bill
enjoyed. Stuart They have one child, Kristine vealed. Ough tenon. Average price of a n acre of
I wish an my friends and read- The decorating committee competed aged fifteen. The Waker Bakers are visiting Edmund Rantrelli. Rose Marie farm real estate, including land
ers a very Merry Christmas! and Mrs Ethna Sanders, Palm City of Mrs. Vivian Kirkhart, Mrs. Wallace, has ten year PERSONALS her sister in Tennessee Rastrelli!, divorce. Elton H. and building, reached an all-time
a Happy New Year.-Anita White, postmaster, says that mail volume Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, Mrs teaching experience, having taught Out monthly covered dish din Schwarz high of $12979 m 1963.
has broken all records this holiday Anna Homan, Mrs. Maude Miller three years in Ohio and seven in Jimmy Gantz and Lana Mar.
tin were Dec. 12 winners and ner was most enjoyable. The com
season. Mrs.
and Stella Merrell bad an Florida.
PROFESSIONAL She and' her assistant, Mn.Julia attractive display of Mr and Mrs winners Harold Eldridge Dec. 19 In and the Obeta slow dance Ward mittee did a fine job, the tables NOW OPEN
HEARING Lane wish to thank, the people for Snowman and groups of pinecones I were gay with Christmas decoraboos -
AID the
SERVICE contest at Youth Dances at
mailing early and including the and ChriMmas ornaments. Church NewsASSEMBLY the civic center. the food wa delicious and
Jay A. Byrne, ZIP code number. Both extend fifty people attended.
Certified Hearing Aid Christmas greetings to all the pa VAN 1IORNES ENTERTAIN I Mr. and Mrs Dan. Panaro mot- DUTCH MOTORS
AudlofoglstSpecialists trons. Mr and Mrs H W. Van Horne OF GODA ored to Hollywood Sunday bring- Jay and Betty Mans are driving
fa Qualify Hearing entertained a large gathering of I play "The Bethlehem Story," leg back Peter Harrop to spend to Bowie Md., to be with their

Aid, Batteries, Ear Molds and Home Demonstration friends Saturday night at a Christmas .I was presented Sunday htlnhcu Christmas week with them. Pete too, Dr. Rusty Mans, and family. & SPORT SHOP
Repairs of all makes. cocktail party. Their home in of the regular service loose tak bas a number of friends here
506 N. 7th St. Ft Pierce Christmas PartyThe Gull Harbor was beautifully dec] ing part were mostly children. Following among the teen-agers. virtual Lakeside Village has become a
orated in with the was a Christmas party with bird sanctuary The many
keeping holiday
((1 Mock N. of Fire Station) Home Demonstration Club season. treats for all and an exchange of sans Mr.and and Mrs Rudolph Bur- feeders are visited/ daily by the 2527 OKEECHOBEE ROAD
of St.
HOward 1.3035 I of Palm City met jointly with the family Petersburg redwings, flickers, grackles: cardi
Guests were Mr and Mrs. E. gifts.The spent the weekend with the AI Bur- nals,
bluejays, and
Port Salerno club for their Christ- sale will be woodpeckers
--- ------- W. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs Oscar rummage open sanis. and
r--------- Mackey, Mr and Mrs Ah Riiphcl, this Wednesday and Thursday, also quail now then a large covey of Phone 461-7341
Mr and Mrs. W. R Scott, Dr and Saturday after Christmas Mr. and Mrs William Dedrick
( Mrs. Robert Kuhn, Jack Hartman, spent several days this past weekIn Our heartfelt sympathy to Bar- FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA
O v j v Mrs. Mary Broome Mr and Mrs. FIRST BAPTIST Fort Myers and Defray Beach bare i Whitehead, whose husband,
Ralph Hartman, Mr and Mrs.William A reception will be held at the on business James A. Whiteheard. pained awayon
CliZ n y0it cssH I Dedrick. Clyde Trout I church Dec. 31 from 7,30: to Mrs. Mitzi Chancey returned Dec. 13. His son, James A. t
Mr and Mrs, J, Roe, Mr and Mrs 10-30:; pm. From 1030: to midnight Gist Sunday from Charleston, W. Whitehead Jr. and family came tn P. 0. E.
Ronald Leach, Joo Weber Beverly a watch night service will Va., where she attended her down from Mount Clemens Mich
'"COf5t ee"a I It Van Horne, Mrs. R. A. Williams be held. All are welcome. ter's wedding sis- In lieu of flowers, Mrs Whitehead PRICE
Mickey Carroll Steve Bu- 1 requested a donation to the Heart ,
t Olt 11rNC croft, Mr, Lillian Hughes, Mrs UNITED CONGREGATIONAL Mr. and Mn. Maurice Mead Fund. $$275.00
::= Kenneth Hughes, Mr. and Mr. I Families gathered at the churchat md three sons arrived Sunday The John Keoughs left Dec. 16
Lloyd Gentry add Mrs. Doris 3 p.m. Sunday to help decorateit from Andover, Ohio, to spend the to spend the holidays with her
,p C Kluben. for Christmas. These decorations holidays with the Myrlen Meads. sister; Mrs Ann Churchman, in
.. will remain up through the Matawan, N. J.
aralNttsiQ They will also
.eo f nr.Tdtt EMPLOY CHRISTMAS twelve days of Christmas to Jan. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Keller, visit
'several HONDA & AccessoriesFor
i members of his Featuring
Itrg6Ef, Debbie and Diane,
PARTY IIILD: SATURDAY 6. You are invited to drop by for Baxley, Daytona family.
and meditation; The church Beach, were weekend guests of theAndyZglinickis _
Mr and Mrs Dan Panuro entertained prayer all MotorcyclesMECHANIC
of i is open twenty-four hours a day.
twenty-five Oxygen, administered in a
Martin Shell rrnJOYHo 1 There will be services at 11:30: Vincent Higbce, St. Louis, Mo., chamber and forced into the
Sound with a Christmas! party at p.m. Dec. 24, Christmas Eve, Including arrives Thursday to spend the blood, seems to be effective against WITH 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON HONDA
their home Saturday night A bar. a sermon and Holy Com Christmas weekend with his mother tetanus.
becue chicken supper was served munion.j The same will I be held on Mrs Evelyn Higbee. .
followed by dancing outside An Christmas morning at 10 for those -
r AIR 1 enjoyable time was had by all. who cannot attend the earlier ALLGOOD BRAND, SLICEDBACON
MUFFLER service. Duplicate sWednesday
There will be a community carol
SHOPS ; : School NewsThe sing at the church Sunday, Dec. Dec. 16A
>; a 27 7:30: pm. record turnout of sixteen and
Free Installation s ti On Jan 1 a public library will one-half tables competed in two
IS Minute Service Parent Teacher Association be open i in the church for the use separate sections of duplicate bridge
r met Monday, Dec. 14 and Mrs. of Palm Citians. Refetence books
Exact Mufflers, Tailpipe ,,, play on Wednesday evening atStuart iii
Wallace's second and others for reading are on hand r
room grade pre.
Youth Center. In SectionA
In stock for all cars" '
rented a clay entitled "What' In Mrs. James Allen and Mrs. Vir North-South winners were: 1. ; l 2 Lb. Pkg 89cMEDIUM
Guaranteed In
writing W r'N Christmas The children taking i gima Wilson will be in charge Ethel Wilmot and Ruth Griffin, t t ,i r,.
good M long as you own ; part were very good. They also You may borrow reading matter 71V4, 2, Dr. F. T Moore and A
your car. Honored by 40 t won the room count for having for a two-week triod. A place C Cote 71, 3. Val McDonald and
Midas Shops NattonwM L" '' : the most parents present Mrs. will be provided :l1r study Jean Fisher 67H, East-West win. QUICK FROZEN
also.I It be un"Ye -,
Elaine Cohen was hostess and read there
ners were: 1, Mr. and Mrs T D.
'" Kelly?77; 2, Mabel Hancock and
Shirley Rathkotf, 71; 3, Thomas SHRIMPPRICES
Crook and Nellie Cundiff. 70.
Section B winners were North- tall'
South: I, Mr. and Mrs C. L Preston SPECIAL
,- 89; 2, Mr. and Mrs. B. G.Dawet GOOD THRU rltoM
83, 3, Mrs. M. Zihbnan Lb. 89 cJl&DQVAR1'ERS
and Mrs. F. Wilson, 79, 4, Chloe ,
\! and Charles Mathea, 72; East-West, Closed Christmas Day
1 I. Mr. and Mrs E. L. Barkell, 78;
2, Mrs Martin Rico and P. J.

..I Jay and Betty Mans and Lily Gin-

ter There and will Gay be Camroack no game Wednesday 69V4. CANNED HAM 5 lb. *3

Dec Wednesday 23, but play Dec.will 30.be resumed can

The tint master! point game is
scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 6,
and the special Stuart series start GR4DE'A' QUICK FROZEN, OVEN READY, TENDER CLEAN PICKED

set Jan Entries 13. are coming in for" the THI Trilfl"?I/O f,0to17 OA' 18lb;] OO

bridge instruction program which rf lb. and up r
the Stuart Recreation DepartmentIs lUI\H iIij it.OJC 33
sponsoring. There is still room lb.
for a few more. Phone Jay Mans
546- 62:! or J. McMahon, 287-
2550, for applications' : and more GRADE A' FROZEN UPER-RIGirr SMOKED COOkED
information It will be a twelveweek I -
.I course, starting Tuesday,
I Isl Jan Center.12, at 1 p.m. at the Youth HENS HAMSstewing

SAL Signals

Arc Being Sought half or

County Engineer Fred Bell is i bakingLb.. 39 c whole upLb.. 49
seeking the co-operation of the 14.]b fdnd
Seaboard Airline Railroad in installing -
s signals at the crossings at
Street in Induntown where accidents
occurred Nov 6 and Oct '.!b 9 ozcake

shall find the Babe wrapped in At East were Second injured Street and, two property persons 49cRICIn

was damaged At West Farm Road
clothes in there was further property dam
swaddling lying

from all of us here .

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1 i File ,1 tr t I SHE STUVRT (Florida) NEWS Thunday. Deetmber 24, 1964 1-C I

Martin Schools Continue Exftaf i on Program

Plans for Twelve Classrooms Are

:+ '

: Ready for Forwarding to State Board

Final plans for twche new dats-! Park, provision w ill IH mole for '' Booker Park it may be possible ,.uided., in a )low-lying area. and
M rooms! in four county school: will future expansion to Hoiks ol 1 four at a later dale to lie into a rr.'I' >.It the system! was now working
r rPs be forwarded to the Slate Department clussroomo "posed 1 t town sewerage: treatment ',uisfaclorily
of bducation toe approval in i At Dunbar. the pi,ins include plant I 'In the case of all twelve new'
: w the very near future Martin County toilets!, a dramfiekl and septic tank Superintendent ''homu L. Crook. : .-III"4'OOn1an" alternate bid wIll I
Board of Public Instruction doctded system' to be incorporated later reported that at lobe' Sound 1Imentary Ile invited! for vinyl asbestos or
I V [ Monday! evening, following into a I SLweraiiei treatnieni plant a block. wall had! been \ ...'iind'proofing plastic floor-cov
a E report Armstrong' Irons Architect Donald! Armstrong pointed out that ut constructed, and soil was being: King, .

Bids for the work will be advertised --
r at soon as !aitc approval
+ I Is obtained w 14' i+M r)
I n
1av tF' y The classrooms cllll1atc- on- tyr
"fi"at 'aIrq JI JI.a trolled, will be a l Port Salernotlemcntary
I Yl '1/' !two; \\artukl. In-
V diantown four: Hooker Park." In-
diantown two and! Dunbur, lobe
: Sound four.At .

I I Port Salerno. and_ Booker

Ken Challancin

: : :1.: .w Found Dead in 1IIz J JIII H.

: Palm City WoodsA I t

I II :
young lower slower" from
k e ? t Palm City, was 'bend dead in the I _
wood olf old Murphy Road! at E ..

t ; 4 ; : I the 9:30: Sheriffs pin Thursday I Dipurtmcnt, with described what I -Tt I I.i'

.. ,, ... as a !st.If! .inflicted! gunshot woundin
-"", "*" '" .r.< -- ;r ""
TIGER: AWARD WINNIRS Head Coach Hob Collins, left, bourne best Mocker and! unsung hero; Bob I'tnJirvii best tine Ho was Kenneth Ci., Ohallancln, rU You 'wR
I introduce his award! winners to Bunny Abbott, Siuurt News! sports! man; Ralph Kramer most consistent effort and! (sportsmanship, I twenty-eight, of the Challancin-
editor, shown presenting The News' most valuable player award! to Buck Mauldm, most improved player, and! David Smith txsi defensive leighton flower term on Sunset ney' Wendl0
Clark Collins. Other award winners, left to right are: Danny Kil- ) player -Photo by Mike Mono Trail Challuncin 11! survived by I sincere extend d '
his wife and four small boys who 4 '
Clark Collins iron Stuart N efts. Most Valuable Player Trophy live on Third Street, Palm City, :l ': ., a I, is/Jes forUt

According to a report" by Deputies "" 7e
Slater (rove and James Mills, ; (t" .
Challantin went to hit home about" Ii try .a rstm3st
Given AwardsIn ,
Tiger Football Players I 22-calitxr 10 ant Thursday riflo Ho and left secured tilling his a : t n. t'1

wife. he was going to shoot turtleson
the flower farm When he did.
Annual Kiwanis Banquet at ClubTwo I not return alter several hours, a
march was Marled The toady was CASA LUMBER CO.
: found at V:10 p.in.
Martin County Tigers received Football letters were awarded Wayne Carter, Bobby Fenton, Joe Krwanis President Dr II lla/e- JK( EAST: 7tll
double awards, and four by Head Coach Bob Collins I to: I McCoy, Raymond! Brown, Ricky dale Hipscn was master of ceremonies I A new form of vitamin K has
others single trophies, at Thursday -Collins, Kilbourne i Mauldm, Kramer Rhodes, Charlie Paul Ken Elliott been found I in tpmuch -- .. .. ... ,
nights annual Kiwanis Club South Pcndarvis, Johnny Wood, Bruce WclK Tommy Wyatt, ---- -
football banquet, held at the Bill:: Mathers, Marty Rehnbcrg' Billy Cunningham, Robbie Culli-
Elks Club. Inn Newman, Mike: Crook, Eddie mane, Johnny Mann, Jan Hum Students GrantedU. a.'i
Clark Collins was the recipient Gifford, Terry Merklingcr, phreys, Don Naylor, Terry DeStcfano -
of The Stuart News "Most Valuable Bobby Sabella all three-year men; Herb Pcndarvu and Phil
Player Award as well as Phil Hogan, Ken Odont and! Don Featherstone. of F. Degrees "'U,,"
that for the beat back; Danny KUhourno Stiller, two years, and Danny Car. In return, the players! presented!!
doubled as the best blocker I ey, David Morris, Earl Cooper, a trophy to- Coach ( ollirw, and Six Muiknls at the Universityof 1
and the unsung hero. Ken Lofback, Arthur Speedy, Jim plaques to his assistant! J. C. Wil-
Buck Mauldm was named the Tucker, Ricky ScammelU Terry liams, led Hall Chi Rollins and Honda f from this area were (fiuur! 1ts'
most t improved player; Bob Feudal Rogers, and Bill Pittman one year. Roger Chancey granted degrees at the end of the ifid :
vis, the best lineman; David Tom Coker, Ronnie Merklingcr (harles! Tate, head coach at the! first trimester on Friday, Doc |Is- '"
j, Smith, the best defensive player, and Joht, > Babineau received mun- 'University of Miami, proved a Sally line 1 alk, Hoto Sound "
and Ralph Kramer was rewarded age,.' letters popular sptaker, making his !second received the degree of bachelor of
a as having exhibited the most consistent B Squad letters went \to: John appearance at a Kiwanis banquet science, nursing: Robert It Dew 'hnri ifiut i iV"f
effort and sportsmanship Gray, John Tucker, Ronny_Clark,..!!. in-..eleven years __ ey Jr., Jensen: Beach was granted -
the degree of bachelor of chemical
engineering; Betty 'li, Bond
of Jupiter got it bachelor of science I
education, and Ronald S.
Winchi.ll, also Jupiter, received his h w ,
bachelors degree In pharmacy.
Two students from Smart are
Ira L Broome with a bachelors ,
tf)) i ( '
e degree In agriculture; and Virginia / i
R (Gardner bachelor of science; ,
asz journalism.
The students were timing a
total of 97ft who will he graduat' I
J't edalthough forma I ceremonies
+ for I their degree. "'IIIIe/ delayed! I II
until the annual I conintcncenu.nl
ceremonies in April, 1965.

Eighty Acres of

Ti Groves Are Sold .H. t

;J ,
ltOut ": ft .
At $$377,500 Sum I .t "
/ 1y Heat "":" -- ---
The sale of approximately eighty ,'i )('< ,
Christmas Wish acres, together: with the 1964-65 Mi''' Holiday/ 4f{: tJ'!
citrus crop about su mile went .
for YouCompounded of Indiantown. wa recorded j in ; ) +V r n'hhes 'h C. R : :
Martin County Courthouse Wed- Jt
of Equal ; nesda) Dec 16 ti front ourDirectors':j4 ).'i :. ,1r

The property between Okcciho- .
bee Waterway and West Farm "' '' "
Parts of: yet Road in section 4 und 5. township ,_41 I: rn f\
40 S.. range 311 t, wa* !sold by : '
Thomas H and Ruth B. Taylor Officers 'f'' ..
of Polk to Steven M and ,,, I ',;,
Countl' ,
) .,
Penelope ster, of Quincy, I and ; !
Mass for $177.3(10. If' #I :.'
subject to tilt wr
unpaid mortgage balance of JI9I J" Staff :

'S S The modern indoor toilet with I
.its flushing arrangement was ire J
vented! In I5*> by Sir John 'our.
let. one of Queen Lluabcth Is

GOODGOOD! -GOOD The L S. Office of Education

FRIENDS II i CHEER LUCK r estimate thai nearly I.MX).000 R i
youth drop out: of elementary and'

-secondary-school each year. I Closed to business Saturday, December 26''"\ I1



and good days for all times to come' I STUART

rwaatt rosy

The Prescription ShopLois ,

YI : 1? \.

and Boris Nekrassoff. f 1 + mhFliff ..

i f 831 East: Oo.*n Boul.v rd H&u..... Florid

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2-C TIlE STUART (Ha.) NEWS Thun+day, IKifinlHT 24 1964 SAT' Continued Onllmied Continued

I:00-I AlvlB Show I slip: 10 All Pro "RcortboardO ..*-.4 Nwa-Walter Cronklte' : New Use Is Found MODEL OF NEW
10 Happily Hi>upr 1.> -l& Pantaay HIMTII. | It MINIATURE
COMPLETE TV PROGRAMS .,90 T.nnMM TtiKd T Blu* AnnWiBS I| *.=T* j 4 Baalto HourWatt"1"
5 H.-". Hwtthaot (Color) Issues sod A.sw.r. HEARING AID GIVEN
7 Mutll.' DOOMS' 5.0.1 is Stuart Florid

I 4-WTVJ: Blaml (C,B J'> WBTO Radio Rtoarb-1.* llatln.i' *la*. to-IS I Buffalo Bill It. -T Oaawra 7 Moss
:. I-WPTJ Palm Bark ,M.B.C.I wkr In thl. *Mtla.rjh. lOiOO. -4 Quick 0... Moflraw Bi4w. -It ......... Waariiar. Sports Strew For Spanish A matt unique) free offer
.. 7- B.0.) The TV Bracraoi. Ilithij. u* fnrahkJl ,.7 IIndrdo Cater) .>BO-T DeWI.. !: t of hXtrtrt
>. .-wq'1tr. V6VlaMI..I (ABC.) .4 .by tk* toltrlila. .1.& .., The Bt.. 10-12 Shmankran.IO.IS . special to there
JX It-WJiAt-TV: Wt Palm Ba> .A Mww. I* not __.... for ani -10 Use). Stub. .. Color : Show. DcrLiM. iMon who heat but do not underMMid .

U..8.1\. .) rr0erer .h.._ .0.30M Ihl. MOUM Leo-s.: ( till. Fan ONCLKyJItr" > I Touridto love to look at it, 10m.homeow'IIoen moss hair had only U per etnt word, hu just been

WEDNESDAY THURSDAY-Continued '1012.T XL Ann I !(.Color Oakkty .. B.on" Show think it's a nunance:' I The researcher rays this i I.tb'Cf: announced by Van Co. A

DEC. IS Afternoon 11 too-4 Una Hi. UanbMiUd .i< -IS w. Want I* know and cows will *at it What i i. it? errtly' due to the fact that
true-life actual lice
.. .. .
.. ,
IS 7 replica
D.nnl. .f"!
the Mtum10lt
1-1 )
The myMwiowi aubotance j inqu4M4ton i scales trap dust from which tht
M.rl.eSun. ( am. a. M.nclty mwpt) Cartoon-ai Osrine5 10 All-Pr* BMr.tin.rdTSJPC : '. eti.floaiM of the smallest Van Coo
( M Manday" aunt. ) 1,00-10 Movl.. DvM Hnrem"1f304 I liio, -4 ttt* AMMHII COo" .,. 1 ,M.wIs55p n is Spanish mow, a plant 'plant derives most of ks organic ever

.ilS_ BunrU lem.....r 'RuntlqUt..atr. M":VH>. 'WMt Point Btory" / 4 f"'I. .. : [!w T Ji. which can be seen hanging from conlltit nt.. This may explain the made will be given absolutely
T Mavl, A rhHutmu C.roPBiSO I ...4 l CrllAftrnoon ..
hi Tretnhtlon"Tt000 1 k.r 11 tkunl Pr.. ConfarcnM 11' and Ih. N.nea Florida trees in I long flowing relatively high iron content of the free to anyone. answering this
Toil 1tWI..Rh The w5tlw4 WUi-r ("hilloe" Ev.nlnf 12.00 6. K-.4 lormn Sky kina ,!1 -H..t,..'. t'l.OoId- ."d.t 0...., t.'Ir F".' htrafttfo moss, says Hcntges advertisement. Wear-teq! it

AftomcanSam .iOO-4-1 N..., W..Ih.n RportiI 11 Bu*.. Manny "1:- 'I II, ... =:. Wnthe IIftot'W'I But Spanish mot has many par This Investigation also reported In the privacy of your own

( .. Monday ....."t) 10 M.Movl.... .W.tth.r..('hrl.t...* Carol 11.01-10 lJ.aoN."...Krnd...r. ft Plinks.**.* 7 ,JtIorfd.t Porous.. IMnr i-B.0e H...., Waathw Sport. adoxes, It did not originate i in the presence of substances which home withoMt cost or obligation .

liOO_10 Monks. "Th. B.tum of PAsvtrlmm" .tlO-It Comment t Hporu .....1 14 LMW It to nav rII 1I.2>-4 Ml*. "Tk* Mad DMtor" Spain, is not a true most, and does may be sources of vitamin A for of any kind. It't yours to
"tit 7 fcVahuntII It UIMrvirrim( ,in 8el.no ma**** -i the Qnld CnaalTiM 11.30. -ayt */ktdrktwMk Joknay ones; not live the of the host tree livestock. Experiment stations re*
..1-4 Mavl. 'U.t of tli. Com.... II Hoiipllr llon*.r -4 My Pavnt* Martian ffnSt Krww on tap keep free. The sire of this

.h.'MOV" N.ws5130I N... 1'00' tkfarlT :iIW"nv..I! ( ) '1-1* Bnnf.ii Hwt Basically, it is a flowering, rootless search confirmed these finding Van Co. Is only one of its
7 !., "Th. Cb.atera") MthuntI 10 Murk
from and recorded data
.llrmkl.y R.... .. 00-4 M Bdlllv.n. Show air plant which grows quantitative onthe
Huntl.y .
Hound fella ProfII. It0ft .rl| MMitwateh' Movl features. It less
||3O-I Hi kl.lMiTy ? ** many weighs
101..... WaathirIt II Mal Lund T M.t*Jfat Mimtanuaa ..01-U M.vl* teed The plant't growth Is dependent content of vitamin t A (coro
Ev.nlnf Ur.ml. 1110: -a Mutt. "Ah. D.rn". ...4 "null 1:110--* 'Hi. RhlT - upon water, sunshine, dust, lone), and vitamin C in Spanish than a third of an ounce andIt'
.too 4-1 N... Sport., Wathr fi4S--4 N.w.-W.ll.r Cronkll ,Pail te,." Kill Dana WEDNESDAY all at ear level in
11-11 H Add.I.o4 and air.. most. one
W..th.rIn ,..-4 NakMl City t Mavh. Murl. ".U..._
7 N.wa Monk "Chrfo.",.. In Conn.rtlcut". I Call th* 1>. .. 10 Hlich 8>hool (dun. of the Week *.7 llnnania My Uvlnf' Doll DEC. 30M.eslag This air plant is often eaten by Apparently says Hcntges, live- unit. No wires lead from

.. _II Comment 1 UMhalor rmhM- II Know ruu lSn, 10.11 Movl.. "Th. Rid Hark ;; for tock feeding trials with Spanish body to head. Here is
... Hint. 10 l..uuh. a half an hourTl.SO 1..1-11 "....I..n 1I..II.land. cattle and is a nutritious feed truly
11116-7 10 JII..>, Wathi Sport -. Danl.l Boon 1,30-4... __ M..... "w.. .,... II"o..d" .,tJO_-4 4 Candid JIM Pickup C....,HhuW 110.... M Monday *>**ntl) the animals Because! of the abun. moss have never been conducted. new hope for the hard of

It 1'1.', .. ".11 Th. KllntmoiiM (mlortSiOO Silo&--T Murn.Playnona.... of Spurts I r..7.TI1. II..,".. P1001kAiInyLi,. Cl.anroom dance of Spanish moss it has saved However Hentges notes that the hearing/
00 Movl.,
N.w.I 4 Tn
II3O: I for Twa"1110x
10 (fen1td lamnalOiiO
-4 P. Nunn ..00-1 mar and Btory I existing, research data on the
HuntLy-Brlnklry R!>por\ I On. Step B.yoni ** 1A WU...r Won* many cattle from Narration These models are free
S a..nA Stay
10 tiurarfoot 10-11 Iron.. IMMi30 T Sutrl.l.r.II : a ****'. My 11..' AltrnBam during severe Florida winters. energy, mineral, and vitamin while
the limited
0,16.w.WsN.r u, On* nn. Crenkl4N.wsHontlny.RMnkIOP -|.T lr, Ktltlar/ "' .*; .. TII I ( a* Monday xrpt, ) Florida Agricultural content of Spanish mass is sufficient supply lasts t ,
'..1. My Thi*. Han I ISO.!I Pioneers: 11,00-5 .3.11 New, WMth.r. Spats Experiment so we call
; I suggest
d.7 .tOO-4 F..woHlilll .. in Th* Untouchablaa | ,00'-4-Movl., "Co Chan Youn.lt"sat. Stations Scientists noted the plant to explain its appeal to a you or
I Pun.
., .
Data < .
TiOO '4 D.ath Vallay Mavl. h.r.troop.rf I write for
II Now.IIM84' '
nalloh.dIt304 yours now. Again
S llattk-lln IUII.X1 of Bllho. T Clu l T Thatf Murk, "Th* MudlarkM Mavl. ., 'Johnny O'nlnrbvOO was consumed by cattle and several tow
T 1 he Honymon.nT130 I-T llntrl I 4100-WlwtHllfT 4 Rlfl.rn.ilS *M<>vl., "Youni at H.rt"Ill 5, -,. To,| H.y years ago directed some research! I we repeat there is no cost I

II -TS"4 CBS IU.*rtIT 10 It l*.yton Plan Howray Boy I The It tlntouehil.lx.liOS Nla-btwat.h. 5,30-s: HurtUWrrr' Hoond toward Spanish moss! to determine There are about 56,000,000) ( ) and certainly no obligation
No. I
lOiOO-4 Th. D.f.nd.r. 10 Jimmy Daan Show toning families in
Th Oial* Vlrginl.16Il and Harriet S-7 Kraft lIu."" .. Thmtr II Chamnlnn.nln Bowline 4iOS --IS Movl No I ion-4-1 N.w., sports, WoathnM what kinds of nutrients were present America. BATTERIESFor

In10-.4 Patty Duke 10 Hick Pnw.ll 4 tlO-4 MattlHIoMI r Movl.' "AU... th. I>..aronI.IO "' in the grass-like leaves. Moat Hearing
10.11 Patty Duk. show II Jlmm, Dtoan :_I International Bhowtlm -U cammaul-Art
1,30, -4 B.... Hili 1011I .. 10.110!. Th. Plonvar 10-11 World of Snort... MONDAYDEC. 515-, 5. IIII.-A..to.. bfwMII Dr James F. Hentgcs Sr. experiment Aida In Stock
10.11 hlndl/ II 1'1.' .1>Ort. Ev.nlnf 25M.rnkg N..., Waatb.r Bporl" stations associate! animal -loto\.OS
4 Diok Pen DBh_ Ilioo 4-l-T'lO N. Wn hr. BportIt .. W..th.rIT 1N... AUTO
:o -- rOO-4 N. Dunn, '; ; ; .
'.- Movl, Atlantla Ih. Lost Contl. 1'1.' .. 1'1.' .. ;' .,iXS-4 Weber nutritionist, points out that Spanish ASSOCIATE STORE
n.nl" 11 HO-It N.., WalhM. /Sports 0.30. --4 Hawaiian Ky. .. _4 N.' .. i moss is generally classified a"veen" .
II ,aa-I Movl. .'00Conlln..tel l Cl.n.room I Hnntl.y-Hrlnkly 281 Oacaola. Stuart. Fla. ;
.!.aV '4 CarT'willlam* Shewlilll 11130. -S Tonight with Johnny C...... I T Int.r..llono'Wbll Kill 'ill-4 gunrtn. .':'..:::r. "KU..I.BI 1....,,_ or raw moss, and "dry"or Gtale r
Burk. Law (Color) II M..I. "I'.rl. Holiday"II IJuo.t.e I In Tr.n.l.tli.n" II Ch.v.nnal.4 cured moss. Hentget says that 666 287.0775
lOiOO-4 On Broadway T.nl.hl 10 I-.. Crane Show N.... Wcath.r .nd Sports 6.30. -4 lallc* of th. A.lr -4 N... Walter Cronklte. moss is the living plant which I
Bnrka'a law II Mo.l. I 04'-1 Kdli-allon H p>".lon S-7 Contlnwul tli.ironm (Color) ..1-N... Huntlay, BrlnkUyII green {
1ST l 11\:1: *renth Hour .01-1. NIthl..t..h Tioo. -I Hill Dana II Cttm.dy 11m 10.11 N... may be easily distinguished from ,f
10 Krlanc Rlrilnn Tlieatr .,_11 Mork II NlKhtllr on tb* OoM 1 Coons 110-0 Mp.nl.h H... ,00-4 Duth V.11,. DapsI dead which
II IT BunHt Strip - T130-4 Jarkl. Cl.n.on Show Oi4_4 Moos' I I. ......Iolt ".111011"( moss is grayishblackin *,. a ,) } *
11.1>41-4..111 N..., Wathy, Bort -FRIDAY 1-7 Flipper 7 Bunahln AI", ..... I '1.. Hon.pmnn.rs color. 5/
11 N.w*-BUI lhad.1I1.2S II Ou,., Limit II line Ua Thus Day WPB 1.._
.4 Mavl'*, Th. Girl Moat IV.ly" DEC. II 1,00-1.1 Movl, W... and 1'...." ':i5S-I Unity bally Word TilB-I '...In. Panda The center of the plant is a S s:6t: .tbf 8 i
11130 4-1 Tnlk wllh Jobnny Canon ..3_4 Ollllian. l.l.nd II 1'1.' ., Wiath.r Ti30: --4 Th. HI* Sb.. i strand of brown fiber called the s g

11 10 1..0 St.rt.hlThutn rraiio. Show MeritingP.m. I U.Th.' T..an Tioo-Today 4 Popar fuyhvtiMlt I-T II.IS Th.Adv.wr.4 Vlrtlnl. Color Oak). aaDarrlitt / "mo s hair" The moss hair, says ;

- ( .. Monday oxaor>t) 0-11 tOW.I.:: 10 Cmttlnnta! Cla.'moia Hentges, is surrounded by a green. ,'. '" .

THURSDAY .tit- Kunrl. H.m..t.r, 'Hu.alanIJwratnr .,lOO-Movl.4 Mr., Whlla MrwadwayK7 (hrl.tma." TilO 11: -N.4..1'1.' .. S Kl-U:00-4 Patty RL1.Dull ShowI3DA ish-gray bark This bark and the ( r. I

DECo 14Mo -10 *Conlln.ntal In Tranilntlon"Tioo Claa.room; BilMI-10-U Ilitllywonil Inln..n 10 (Fit rnusi ll.v.rly Hlllhllllralolt i, many grasvlike leaves on the

tilO II Movl 10,1>41-4 Oun.mok 11 MovieIsta4 Bhlndln strands are the source of most of
l.ptaln KaniarneIT .too 4 Dick Van l>yk. Show from
nIngRam. ..100- '4 Movie R.m.mbr th. Nlirht" IOHO. -10 Movl. A Holiday from! !
( .. ....d." ...."t) II Th. D.PUI.VIO.4S TodayIS 1.1 Movlr. Floph.nt Walk the nutrients, useful in livestock ,1
.. Aft rnilRant ,. 10-11 huh Th.t lip... h" II Movl 11.1Mirky !
..'. .1 lu..I. B."'00.M.th. -
"|2O-10 (*.d.n Fan .310.1. Shore Show
11._.. U. 7, III II News Uln.h feed.On
tultur. ( 0005(1
metes I. W.elarn at Monday
530 -h 7 Today BhowIII tree
10.00-4 Danny K.y. Bhow greelmls contains
II Movl.lliOS I
KM4 MovU. "Th. Juggler". IteO1Mutt., flnd I. M, Partn.r"4ISO ?
4 M 0.1.. "(]lad Him .10 fop* I" Boorta I Il.portS'4510 4 Daany Kay Showla.l5 65 to 75 per cent moisture.

C T: Movl." "H.. Anybotly ...... MyBi'ttO MHO II .ilS--I 4 C Mnv"OIAom....plon.hlp Wrestling of rlrotlaY.rd ',OO-. Mavl.Punt, Lnnnclli Company. Yank..'. Kuril.N.w.LawIt, Waathfr, Spore When dried the long brown most Bill Berry Agency
I Pohbl.. Ur.K |
11 Now.-BIII IIh..1 hair fibers will constitute about
-! Huril.bmrr' Hound 1113oOth.r, World T M Ik. Doiivlaa Show 11.- Movie. "'M//.. Totlork'. Nil.Ilan. .
II Fl.hlnaW.athr. Upon.SiJO 1h.atr 10 Banjo Billy ." one-fourth of the dry maser The
N..eal.. 11.3O-1I Htarlltfhr
--i UUl 11130 I M 0.10. "PI 1'...." .,ilO-4 Su.l.I 1130-/ Tnnlnht with, Johnny remainder is a pulp containing protein
Amo and Aady Carann Color
1..1. II Htarlluht/ Th.ntr.ll.3 .
.. .10 VYrMllln. from T.mp. II Mornlm PlayfcnM 10 Movl. "1'hffri"' minerals and carbohydrates
I .lOO-4-1 N.... Sport. W.athcr I too-- 10 D.nn Club: 10,00-4 H.nn.My 11 Btarllihl 1.....,* mostly cellulose-which are ?
1 N..... Vt.mh.r liOB It Nlihtwateh Show No. t >.T Mak Hiiom for OaddrID liOS--It "Muhtwawh" Movl
ID Movl' H.ldl and P."'" lilO--I rhamplon.hlt vVrMUInc II..' or (..rouohoIOi2H 4..OB-II MurkGermans good food nutrients for cattle i 620 Colorado Ave. 2870966Our 3
OilO-, Comm.nt N.w.' .
U ||3S-II Moth* : -' Hentges says this is why Spanish
5,1-1 lea Hunt 10.30-1 I I I.... Lu.,
10 NIt ..' .. Wath.r, Sport w 4,05.-11Mutt.' No., .f. It What i Thl. Hong are not Europe's biggest I moss has such a high poten. I'
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE No.. *. T Word for Wont Color) lionul nutrient value. As a matterof
Oi3O--I Hwml' y.Brlnkly" lUvort SUNDAYPEC ID.II Prlr I. Blaht beer drinkers The per capita Ndtr4, IwYIL'LL'f l/r/.1Y1l/d./ /, 'Gr6i4L'1ifR'( lirlwp(4afdl aJgf'fi I
RADIO SERIES 10 Th. I.t.o"* 11.too-4 Andy of Maybarry" consumption of Belgians is twenty fact Spanish moss! would have
11 Ch.y.nn n 5-T Cononnlration I wilh more nutritive value for cattle -- -- I
Is/e-4 1'1.-' W.lt., Cro.k'te' Id-It C.t the M.al gallons annually compared II
RADIO STATION WSTU 54 N.-Hu.tI..Brl.kl. Morning lli3O. -4 Lov That Baa eighteen gallons for the Germans. than oat straw if all the plant'snlllricnlS I
10 1'1.' .. .,130-11 rom.dy Tim' I Jaopardy (Color) were digestible
EACH MONDAY 7tl3 P.M.ct 11 Ron rochran-NIIW. I ..iSS-II N.w.' and W.'lhtT100 111-11 Mln.lnj Llnkl I Peru's fish i processing! plums. An earlier analysis revealed that
',00--, 1 The MlIn..... -4 C.rtoon-o.vlll 11.001'1.' ...
I Mod.rn.C Th.atr.. 'Ollv. Twl.'" I Perm Alm.ua. I Bay When : turn 6MK) )(),000 tons of sardine-like the whole moss had a high ash con-

T Movl., "Ma and Pa KM1I. M Situ." 11'. Chaos 10-11 Esther Know Pent I nnchovcta into fish meal yearly, lent of 5Vj per cent'' whi'e' the
II Hla-hway Patrol II Mori U.JO. -4 (H..rrh for fomormwST .rn o1
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,..0-.1 R..hld. Ti30-ft AlrirUltur RoportI Troth or Conaqnn Color)
I Co".ct" Ilporl.1 Cartoon. 10.11 l.nn... arnl fordIli4
10.11 Jonnp (trotS,0010.11 10 Oo.p.l Tim -4 luldlni Ll.btItilS
Farm.rt Dautrhtor8i30 II Bunrl./ Throe -I-7-1I N... CIVIL PATROL's
.4 Th. Enl.rt.ln.r. .00-1 ttoiMl f.vorlU FLEW OVER 24- li- .
I I.' Bob Hop I Movl Alen. MILLION MILES A TISUSh.A.RII..Ui '
; 10-11 "",I.", rsmlhrtoo10.11 I Hullwlnkl 1100-4 Lov. of Llf.I '
V.l.ntln. Day 10 Hiniln'/ Tim' In Dials' I.if. uc Nlhu1o PATROL 11fi C ,
"i.0-4 Clom.r Pyl V..O. It 1'1.' .. Movie.. "I'lod| Phmr". AND SPOTTED 'I7i ,. l "
YOUR TV UTMulS .., J..... ll.nny Ii30-7: :C\\o ns Boy -- :o\.f1rIJJ.mI ...,. SUBS DURNSW | s V 0
10-11 II O'.h..1r Tflib III I O.pr C.r.tsO. ; 1Ifi1 W.Xtl
ClOSIIt toO, -4 Th. Rp..rtr "too-4 Thl I 10 la. Lee InII Pl.yhou. It fwt.
I Jack Parr T Tlmlo III' *-'"4 N... ,
TO AIL 10-11 rivht of the Week I 10 Pan Am.rlFMII liaix-4 A. the World turns
10.30l'.rI..1I Pinky UH I L.ti M.k. a 1>001" T
THI 10 Th. l>.,. .. ., _t Th. Spared ....! T Olrl Talk .
II Hlihway Patrol 11 Movl. II TT unMt BtrlpI.4H
,._ Bpar. .. (lu.... Mxiiu.lon' '
'STATIONStmtatl'a | 10 Mike that ,:::10F.lth for Today I It. Mv J4
11 too-4-S-7.10 N.'.., W..(h.r, Bpnrt I Th. Uirl.lot.. BiOO, -4 ,..........
II N' ... I Horlioni of filth 4.Y Loots Young 4 Ytr, i
llaS-, 4 Mo.... 'Pall Hon.." II Bull Wlnklnt4S Bias-II-II N... u7
I-T Tonltht with' Johnny .... -I Sacred. H.... 1.30.: -4 Hon.. Party
Ww I It L.. (..n. Show 10100' -4 lamp Unto' Mr rutS I-T The Dootora tar
Ii0"-It NI.hlw.toh-y..I.t, Pallh Por Today II Day In court
4iO_ll Motto No. I f BtlU Small Volr B.as. -1-1 N... 1'4'4' t Tt4ESE SMALL PLANES
10 |>rnt..Uint Wur.hlp Hour III U. Howard sod Wnm.n'l N...
CHANNELMUSTER I1 Dluovary -4 To T.ll the Truss WERE ARMED WITN
SATURDAYDEC 10Lo..k Up and I.lv. = AnolbM World I 0 gorgs AX'PerUd CIIAL6ES
a* I Word of Llf 10-11 n.n.raJ Ho.pltal r r gbt
T Wt.k ..... WU.rd BiSS. -4 1'1.' ... CAP VOLUNTEERS .t
It Bonm fIr (1., .130-4 Pilii. of Nliiht ,
Mo.ngIsl4 11 Pork I.' You Dont Bay (Color) 1 pLSo FLEW FOREST
Bunrli .."' ..,.., "M.th.. 11100-4 Csmnr. tT ia.lt Tha You".. Married t y AND BORDER PATROL
"GoldenCroa mHtlet In W..t.rn Culture" Th.tIMy5.5 4.00-4 8.>r.t BumS \
0,30, -4 Com.dr Tim It J.wlih Wonhlp Roy M.toh tome t / TARGETTDWIN6AETE.TODAY .
i4*-lt Annul torsos It rirat 8opll0l CkanklllJO T Mlrtwr.. Mom* Club
Fire"Installing ; Oias-10-11 "' ... -4 Hold 10"'.." 11.11 Pour, clock Hub, I
I I MovIt., 'Hut,.. ,,tand Rt." 4,30-d Movl.. Ih. :.fo....*
Hop.lonrlaCo.ldPMV's F Ar T Movl.. Hurk Prlval.'
T npl. runny
a powerful Golden f Clr.ua 1(1 ..... for Shut... la-It Major ""."'., "lr.llma..r4iS CAP ArJ MANY C./ P. CADETS WILL
Cross Fire is actually like 10 Cartoon Carnival 11100Senders .Mmaihri and _I N.' ... AUXILIARY OP THE BECOME AVIATION'
move Corner Tim. 10-11 Am.rlrn N.WMl.nl'
ing TV set miles nearer the Ti.10 Altar ..110 -. K-. Hunt
your ***
10 11.00-1 Shinny 'l.mpl 10 Woody W. ..*. *. ,
station. You'll see sharper, clearer 10 N.. t Onm.dy M.tb.s It Lot Tim WITH AIR SEARCH AMP AIR POWER AND SPACE
Ti. S O.nl. Frl.."d. U 1,30 Yoil B..,
on .
pictures ...lr ..
lh 10 ARC \Oi.
S Adv.ntur
.(,00- \ 1'1.' ..
T r... Club Itill--It Playhnua It II Hnrky and Hli Prl...d.I EMERG6 ICIFS, ETC I
10 Un.l hub 1330--A Npuilliiht on FduiwHni ,"_II riihlnt. Wnlh.r, Sports SALUTE TO CAPs
10 N '' 1100-. i'i il. Football Ennlai.
OtoS--If MnlnY PlayaoM. 7 John Wayn. Th..... 1.1 101.... W.atbr, SportsI
Zenith GE Device .HO--It Warnr Nmb 10 Ch.mph.n.hlp l | Howllnt N.w. W.alh.r 23RD. sMk
Phone AT 7-3242 IIS 1311uporo., -10 11..,..,,,nilly. 1110-4 Hulllmon Colt ... rl.vl\ .nd\ 10 Movl. Miwt th* Sl.warta" \ I
HmwnIo Spurt. .
It I."
SR 707 Jensen Beach t Spon l I..u. and A..... "HO-1| Cominill .
11 Ruse Puns? t:00 > fir*st Momenta In Muni -II N..., W.th.rPert..
HI" Movl.. "Four*. A (Crowd} 11 N... 1'l'
I 11"- 1 l'.np'n"' Tlmn l.to. -T Hlakway Patrol
lJoS, WrmtltnlI .db-4 W..lkariao
Almost Everyone Listens To I iJO- -4 N.. York v.. Kan.a City -4 N...
WSTUS I Irarlllivd rilrkcn4iOO I Huntlay.Hrinkkry B *orlT L/\
i S Sundry N.... Waaiha.II '
f lllvhoay Patrol ..i4-4 "'...-W.I,.. Oroakrt t
TIME 1450 KC. i II laurl. and 1... I-T-N.W.-Huntkr.' Brlnkln C I- (\
NETWORK FULL I 4:iSO-4 Twnlk CMUr? 11 NwRo' CotkraaTlOO ; NWtt
7 Combat .4 UttlMt. H"bnI A
I 4iM. a N..* Jimmy Ktrlrklaa4 Bbw .
.:00-4 Kuld V.ntur 7 M...... Toa.t of N... Orb. ..**
n .: :-1' I 1-7 Wild KlnidonU ,,30'r.' I.II tb. Ityi. .
MONDAY Chris BATrRDATIPW VMaMIRMNAUpT ldiuil mid TV* I Brl.tol Court OYNbeTEssl CltICAooi, IaM-
: I 10-11 Voyam.: t* th* Bottom .f Ik*
11,11I I Iereh. .r 0'\rMl II.. I
ESS C.'OR'\o' FoR s14a I...1M t lay naruatY ...00I'.. Got a Bm
... ..... RCA VICTOR ,>30. -4 Andy tirl'flth
N.aw..w.ry.If. SNl7N1 tl.d IIW 10.11 No TI... for Brf**.t*
4> "..t'.. .! f_ Hrui' Tim.IeN '::00- '4 L.., ShowS
III"" '' "' ow .1 u.lt.1 TdnH Andy William.I .
....HeNraa 11...... *.II Wmdy and M. JOHNS I FUNERAL HOMEFounded I wish this
e a-I !News a IsO. lad 31151 NaltUral Hw giving Color" TVPERFORMANCE 5304, Many Happy Rwtv... for you
1.7 Stall
1. 16
---- 11,00III..Ita.,'. People
lO'DAT l... "TrROAT IVWDATyStIDAY 4 HII..1t Christmas: to experience as
10-11| BM C...,
I".. W.rld M..l. IliMin ..*.1.. ('%.*.. 1O.10-. 4 Rct.." 0..* Latin
,. Pathos / : M.llril) Har4 I**..:! ::t k. M'u II ijij ..-|.-.tI-Il N.' .., Wrath, 1916
10.00 No : 01 n..r1 1530: .rw. 4l.t .> ) b, 'tar I never before the fulfillmentof
S:::: Sirii Sler 's M.r1." ::1:;in \\:: 4)) of M_I4nha :.y mirk \ lliai 4 Show, -Haaar*:" i
KW > >* .Mtk) ; 19 St.rllnbl; Tka IT::: N... Wwlkw llnm' : \\.H4. *f Mlml Urfltl 111..5 1\.... I'I..-: lliSOJrfinny: (.'......* lb...
; W.rid of Mr.I. : wa. IIIN tl..e./w..h 'J I.. t ( ,nn* Hhow the
11,35 w.n1 .f le 1 IrOOMovl..
11.: NNd f : 1300t .5 N. If HMt :*v way r *Se..sdO __ ; I in M" k, Roan*. R.tmint"Ii04t Experienced personnel and
15tl3 us C' > "
** 'b
N U al W. r .iSB ni'ar Al*.. with I .l* p.nl.a N.w.
I 355:AM rrtte C.. 1'1.' M 11,113, StlrtTfl ('.. .... MIIrY PROYED-I 11 NI."'..'," Movt.

I13a: r.-- 1dM bro.4nrt :lli:: Now.111tlR 15i.U: -.. |I 4OSMovl* r r facilities to accommodate
Mel.e _...
PI" ; M5/. :: 55 .Nor._ Skw" gSM: : :.::...P TUESDAY Seasonfrom

J.oIIII I:Son :r..rYwesA I.r !13g:30 IM N.w rwmtl.ia.a* Sk. .. ::YO.f55r.d.g. N.e4e RCA V ICTOR I I DEC. ee families of all faithsR. J Joyous

...,.. Iew..N
1,55 Ttn f iwM1 hoed kw" I.M I M.ok.Sill i iI

4,55 RAM M.ar, MoWr f3 3"315:; N.Il.d"" lkwr 1 4NM,. ar N.ww way Bwmww offersONEYEAR a -4 Bnnrtw Somwln' .1III.&bo.

IOO .WYwe..eMh6 7.115 5,455: : %.m. :Se:: U..t urns B<- WARRANTY TioaPotpmnt inn| wwwo Cultur.1-
MI M.d IMw on all including color I .. ..... Boort'" I
5N Af.nMew a3a V.w. 131 INrs..IN parts your 00-4 II. "The Haarf
Pill w'het'. eI8. 46"5: ..w. seI Moor's to srr* picture tube! A/1._ all of us here at4Mt0.nOMAl
t .llMIl ><.-.
.11III :::..w. 6b = :IS Heed'.S.M :: sun. Nw. *.4 EXCLUSIVE SALES III.... no Mol"" _.pt)
N a nod w.lh. 1,50 Lou. of Life
I eon 0U. S;N./5..1 W.n, ::tjUl: N.we lfcw" M. seedey *_4* 11 Moot.' M/Ilk/ IMllor Suby'

Stu 11_... Lice ..rtfS Need BkwIK .,IM 1'1.' ... SSTVI 41304, Mm., "The rl..d th.
1"1." 1\.... '11" ".r4 ., 'TrwtkHw *"IO.
N... s3N N.d Chow T.M Men. Mxrtt O.prat p.rS
rm a-al : ,: 7,110- The ..... ) ,..,
0.44 }r.MA an5 SS kf* < .!.. .. 7Ia npwf.I16 and 1 .111 (aaa
o run it.<. 70 I..Ib.--. SiIOtlttl.* B.'_l
Yt'OS: 1 r:=. S..nlthl ,. : 5rt0 New.ITu. lltwdqartcrt for 1.444 PtahlaaPtnal
.IP .SS I....... _MO .wM Tviaa Re.TIII A
: EataicOO41 & Ronald II. Johns re t
(',.....,.. ..-_ 51.1 f...." M... jmm* the 't.. TJH-I ColorTV C. Johns P / 0I
Nawa. Watkr VpOTtiN
Yo.w.a.y-.. eon n.N Pert. Nn IO.OO .I..1 Pm. Ctaa. 115 Colorado !. .. wwatbw ... J p
__ 11,71: .kJ Mr..
V11IB. ..: 311 31 W"ern M.e.e.1..... 1.15dM Ise.fN., N we W.wOy .10'.....M'vl 4. .._/ ._. ."A.' Ukrfy Btwry" UCFNSFD FUNERAL DIRECTORS

= f.e. War W.atb. W..ebrw. ...laS. .., ITUACT. IIMBA PH. 117114
.... .we 11151 ... orf 1. N... INDUNTOWN ROD
,...d th 0" .44) Sip .iWMtlM* "VIVKI IVrilJU U STun yacht t HAtlHf

15,51 w..id T ..N 'UO- -4 "'... AT 74434 :
.._ 1W. 1 i'- I M.....Uv.Brinkkr* Hi.art STUART. noRmA
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I u STUART" (Florida. ) NFWS I Imrwluy.. l ecembM' Z4, 1964 J-C "



I jI / TO iiFT.p YOU nun.n AND IMPROVE;

Set 411-time RecordLargest RECENT BUILDING PERMITS Widows Being Swindled I

..1'It.. II through 11))
By Sly Confidence Men
Parcel Post Owner Iscatinn C'onlnK" IJtooit"lptl" .\n"Hlltt

City of Stuart The Indian. River InlclliftcixrUnit. I there confidence men," Par-
comprised of f law enli.'fnnt I rIh warned!, have "no business

Volume Was Dec. 14The Ted Bomfa Mar_', Mobile' nmlfl Park Iaek1 T.ilt1r Service 1 ...institll awdq S 20 officer of Indian River, Martin "'''t inn, in view and! after obtaining
Okeechohec! a n it! St I acne hi, H, tiled loan that either lit-..
714 North federal UifhwaOren Sint ktatlos, *"to 1,14N
Jack Coleman Counties, discussed nl there recent app"ii or lorget the widows from
largest day for volume of amounted to $600. compared with S. F. Stephenson ..It} South Federal ...i..waC... I... Smith )float "tit" I ISth) meeting a number" of complaints allot i ihc\ obtained! the money

outgoing parcel post in the history $401)( on the corresponding day in Southern Oil 4&t N a'th re.lffal UtpW11I King Sand'.. SIN) received concerning "nmhdencrloan II i "ipecialh: noted thai women
of the Stuart Post Office was 1963. ''The Monday nearest the R. V. Johnson 7{)() 011\1'.1" Avenue SieJlct C-onlr'h.'tk'l'I ()Ifil>cIidIft.. I5th t) ) sharks I I iv' niiv wKlowcd appear lo 'be

Monday Dec. 14 according to middle of December always is our Annie Bell Turner !8t9 Tarpon Avenue Alul1wra Skiing IM4)4'llart1JJ )() According U> F. I Parish. secretary ,I.,",.,, d \ lcllnu1' this type of
Postmaster Bob West He !said that largest parcel post day, he said. 3" : "There appear tt> !he. m ,aI,' ,"t"ncr ,wIII.I"! '
parcel _post receipts for the day Letter mail handled through the County this area" number" of confidence ,
cancelling machine during the men who are contacting lonely I
first sixteen dan 0 f December Jjmchitehead Hobe Sound C. II. Wikle A1in' 91X t) ) widow, convincing them i>f &a ure I

Heathcote i amounted to 31 ,4J7 pieces more Wilford Trask Rohe SOlln.J C. B. 15'dd' AI\ni jl 821 investment In some' business ven I GEORGE
than for the !same period last year tore After winning (he widow"
ta 740r.
NurseriesArchitect M',11c Home Park N"cm<< n.'r>< '{4 101
I West Mated.Total. Michael Milan Skyline ,, confidence! the con man obtain*
letter mail cancelled the Sunrise Inn Club Port Se"1I1I fart pauly Awning ;, SIN) a rather targe loan for the false j NELSONPainting

Designed Landscaping. first sixteen days of this month Fla. Evangelistic Asn Hnhe Sound None Cw1INtpfd! \\tiNt\ room SIX) busmen, activity In Mine" Instance
Oriental' Dnlgn A Specialty. amounted to 211.807 pieces!, compared A. J. BushRobert Port Salerno Q1ure!: Smith &taw.l( 9.1)441 I *, SJ(1()())() and $10,0110)( ) have been

Complete. Line of Ornamental with 175,370 for the same R. Tongue Mobile fI.\I11'' (.hlen, S.tclla, Paths, wt' 31)())II) I obtained' by this schemeThere's :

Plant MattrlaL 'The India period in 196?. Paul McConnell Mobile 11"111'r, s..fellil; Path tower 110I. ) ) -------------- Interior I;a dot
River Area'i Oldest LudpeNil"
West convinced that the increase
Jensen Beach &thellili, Patio rover 214)I) ) I Dial AT 7-0949
",, Our 38th Year.Till'ii in early mailing both of let I. lenguard New
Right off U 1 at LIndsky ter mail and parcel post" i* due J. Neukamm Ptxl Salerno, Sah.-Ha,. Palo, privet 110 a Licensed A Insured

Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone to co-operation by the public after Rutledge Palm City N.4 Florida risint 11)4)()()

HOward 15332. his appeal for early mailing wa Milan Jensen Beach Solln'iCl1// Trailer Sales, Patio roof N6 Christmas Tree .
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published Price Mobile Hrnne" (iuJen .1,11' f Patio slab 27)1)

. This year' large volume of mail Gayle Williams Palm City N'n s a : Carport anti utility 11"11\ s)4)I)() In Your FutureThere' Tops In Design
has been handled in the local post
Butler M.1e. home (ardcns Mont I. Screen rant' 411t)
with three fewer
employesthan .
HOME LOAN last year due partly to economy O'Shea Hobe Sound r."JtII' Cabana.." sift a new pine Chmtmus I

measures put into effect by Beck Hobe Sound flXlure ('II"nllll rood IIflt) tree ut your future KINGSIGNS

the Post Office Department, and Residenee IIt(1t1)( ) .
TALKS. Alvin P. Graham Sea Gate 1I.lrhtr NIne The new variety grows its own
the fact that one employe has beenill. P. H. Smith Hobe Sound I'n.lure Cabana" roof 14th)() I ornaments and decorative cones

Sahcy )lobe Sound (Frwkre CII"llna tad IIno Tony Jensen, assistant. forester
by don heroldFirst Florida I i Agricultural Extension
New York City's Radio City Gunnar Wallan Golden (iutr; JIt" Friend Garage/ t.1\50 Service .
Music HM. with 6.000) !seals is the Fla. Evangelistic Assn. Hohe Sound None 1)fmI'ry 711.INII) I

A ooJo'"t largest movie theater in the world Dewey ChasonSimple Msmterey Road Ben 1""lapp ('oml11ercilll building 7.NII( ) I this Christmas new pine, nor won't the next'he ready But NEON SPECIALISTS

grower will gel young tree for
/oa/1 Port& Plere howard 4-1JM
( METAL licit) testing In IVft7,

\\ W* An Worker In Metal Ikvelnlxtl hy Hcientlsl.* of the
\l' a LOt7It; IF WE DON HAVE IT Design Aids Resale of House U. S. IX-purtment of Agriculture

t WE CAN.MAKE ITSTUART i the' tree I is a cross between the EAST COAST LUMBER
!Sierra Nevada kxlgcpole' pine and
L ,/ -a.. 'I' the shore pine It grow fast-Hihonl' & SUPPLY CO.
'six feel In four to five yearn--and
'd ILL- The first group of figures & eti f develops into a full manybranched "Martin: County's PlmtrrrBuilder's
In the house number represent { | tree with a conical shape' and
the square feet of livaI straight trunk. .Supply
I in the house. Th I
able area ( '
PLUMBING lust at the" tree reaches ( hrtalma
other group is an office num. *
'* tree sue, I H develops
bcr.) According to Jan Rein- f
aaa M* AThutto 1-...I at_ I her.) Consult a local con f live foliage cones among the Ihl dL'I\rll'l 287-1611

tractor for an estimate of | !

PAINTSHARDWAREAT I IJ& building cost. P walrrw, ata/bews.rsspau. ,, RAILWAY, DRI\F.

Federalof CAKI) M' 111 INKS
7-0363 -- -- ----
I By JAN RHMR: : My heartfelt' thank lo till for

Verq hers GALVANIZED home No, 750-154 hospital cart, flowers, cards. and ST. LUCIE PUMP
other kindnesses" since
PIPE given me
Architecturally speaking a successful my recent. seduenlLilfan'
PlumkUt' lu.,,'''. Although Only 750( square feet
blueprint for a retirement Rd K.F.D. 2
you help yourselfOne r Pin Cut t* $k.t", In floor ana, the t three main roomsare McHitrrty .
El.ctrlul, Su.pll.i home must meet a few basic re far from iniiill The living 1-- PO CH SlapksLINDSAY OouUI* A F W Water' Systems t
construction ; :
Motor .ru.lM* lor Blck. A D>ch.r, quirements 12 l\ .fret, has ample : -' A Vac-All Tank loader
good thing about ihle'ftguge ... room by
a sen Skill Prtcr C bU *mi be sturdy and low cost the maintenance 1N 1vs -j
loan on a home or on INDIAN RIVER SALESON of house and yard must be light and air through its' 9-foot- I AT 7- MJWC
wide! front window' and l a Moot
I. "mess' property i is that it i!*, yes', THE DRIVE: ONE MILE NO.U..Nt".N easy, adequate light and air mustmake WATERCO"DITIOHING ALfm aerate ALL P'MPIC '
h..n ctcr building It's stimulating! BKAtllBY the room' cheerful 1 and inviting sliding! glass door' at the rear Since _..... w... '..1_.
(and not too cold or too the ailing follow the line of the M :ASPS\ .:*II I IN 111.
'11 track and :
put you on a helps ofTIPAINT
--- saddle! roof I trjc! room height' i i.
hot), the house mutt be fairly narrow -tank RtnlubComplete SPRINILRC ItMS
" get the habit of saving moneyth I to fit an "economy" lot, and, above avuagc' the long unbroken C C I WILL ,tUI,
regularity a* you make the outside wall give plenty t ot
finally its design must be "middle-
'ninthly payment. FLOORING II of-the-road" in style' in order to for furniture and pictures I ) at WATI MANY CONDITIONING WArm incisors tiaVICC
Mitsnle' in often enfeebling, but designed 'to meet these specification from near. neighbors| and excludes L ALL rtATUMI LlfKTIMCrinmccLAss AND C'O nRUl"nONr
sounds. Additional
their sights '
iclp from Invariably invigoite *
space' i is added to the" living room Call fur PR:, Water hardness
. A loan from First Federal I R
STUARTFLOORING by the I sby 7-foot. screened: porchwhivh
t 0
'l'est" r l
wing of Vero Beach' : help you i is also accesmble from the i7Ie

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n40R1 w11r i>titart, NiitwN ERNEST' LYONS' COLUMNSSuperstitions

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1964 of a ;

Pubfohod every Thursday at I 111 1 I East Ocean Boulevard, The Dark ForestsIn

r/QN Stuart, Martin County Florida 9. r

Entered a* second-class mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida the Space AgeDEEP t.

,.' t''I'Y

MEMBER OF: IN the dark forests before Rome'rose %
the Teutonic tribes gathered near the
turn of the year, and they decked out a pine
tree with the skulls and shields of their Jo-

CORDON LOCKWOOD; Publisher ERNEST P. LYONS, Editor feated enemies to placate the unpredictablegods
that sent the lightning and the floods and

MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida $4.50 per year; two yean victory or defeat in war. One must keep on
$8.50. Subscribers of the Martin at these the good side of the masters of the unknown
( !! living part year in County may pay rates)
else In U.S.A. $500 two $950 .
Anywhere per year year M At
Six: months $275, three months 175. THAT PAGAN TREE, an anachronism Y

Foreign and Canadian rates on application surviving on to the Space Age, will be in my y y
parlor and your parlor tomorrow and there t, fr

will be an exchange of gifts which we like to

think represents the giving of the Three vac i "
We Need a United Fund Drive Wise Men to the Christ Child-but it is far

older than that

How Long Must We Wait? gr i .4r

WHEN THE TRIBES gathered, the nub-
chiefs gave tribute to the master of the domain wd
'The people of Stuart are plague-ridden by the drive over the top. It works In the Jensen and their lesser chiefs to them, and so on down P
charity drives. As we prepare to enter the Beach.Rio area; another is successful at the the line while the priest danced in his bison-

new year, get set again to be contacted by of Sewalls horn headgear. There roasted
_ Town Point; and it will work in was feasting on
organizations ranging from those fighting cancer Stuart if it is properly backed and presented. stags and boars, drinking of mead and a sk4f
to other muscular dis-
waging war on !! truce of sort to observe the sucrcd and
trophy and tuberculous! -good, but too many. Prior efforts to get a United Fund Drive dangerous time when the strange red Sun

How long must we wait before we follow started in this town were stymied because one was lowest in the sky. above the frozen white

the example of enlightened communities that organization asked that its $11,000 quota must earth and the slow turn of change from coldto

conduct one drive for all charities "come off the top." In other words, they warmth was, hopefully, about to come
From March it will be if little
January through again- helped a
wanted an iron-clad guarantee that their quota
drive after drive after drive in Stuart, the .
grand finale being the Red Cross campaign would be raised or they wouldn't: play ball. CHRIST'S MASS '
a religious occasion
We think that this is a lot of nonsense and that You can imagine with what enthusiasm that
originally meant to celebrate the birth of
Stuart should be ashamed of itself for tolerat- ultimatum was received by all the other Jesus, was fastened on to the great existing

In it 10 long. One drive should do it. charily organizations.It body of mythology and superstition of the

These continuous charity campaigns that is time to tell all organization eitherto pagan ritual-as a pearl might be hidden in

make our winters and springs one long "Gim join tho United Fund Drive or take the leav- the hair of a wild boar-and, through the

me Season" should be combined in a United ings on their own. The same<'js true of any centuries, the pearl is still pretty well stuck
Fund Drive carried out in a week or ten group which has displayed a reluctance to away in the hog hair. tgjr
We that the most worthy project -
days. suggest join in a joint effort .

for Stuart Jaycees or the Junior Woman's "One For All and AU For One" Is the '
Club for '1965 would be the organization of A PRANCING, jolly Santa Claus, shout-
United Fund and us United Drive slogan Any organization choosing ing "Ho! Hot I Hoi! in his warm red suit, !seem! (
a Stuart Campaign 't'
In to stay out may well consider that the somewhat out of place to me in any vision '
launching January
answer to its solicitation will be: "I to ON
If this idea strikes a bell with either gave of Jesus in the Manger, and utterly, fantastically nv
organization( or any other organization the United Fund"Come inconceivable at the Crucifixion.

looking for something good to do for Stuurtwe on Jaycees and Juniors, why don't .

suggest that Bill Weiss or Mrs. Zola you pool your organizations and get this thing BUT, THEN. I have a strange twist of e s,
Beach be contactedand startedWe guarantee that you will get the full
Swarthout, both of Jensen mind Watching Stuart's Christmas! Paradego
asked for full information on how tcr put publicity and support so vital to put it across down East Memorial Boulevard past The

it across. Bill was the founder of the IUCce And wouldn't it be wonderful to have this Stuart News office, I turned to a fellow watcher -
fid Jensen Beach United Fund drive and Mn. whole charity business over within a week or and remarked: rTHIS

active In ten days r -
Swarthout ha been extremely putting --

"THERE'S something missing! There shouldbe STRANGE "arrangement" is not a floral piece at all buta down the coast. They'll hit spoons!, tin squids, Japanese feathers

a tableau at the very forefront, with actors "holiday bucket" of Spanish mackerel photographed at dockside -In fact, almost anything that moves. Spanish mackerel are delicious -
like those In the Oberammergau Passion Play This is the time of year when the heaviest runs of mackerel come too, when properly broiled with butter.

Puritans Were Against ItOldfashioned Christ leading dragging the Cross, falling down
I and rising to drag it again, with the Roman Annual Schools of Migrating 'Spanish' Reported

J ) soldiers and their spears behind Thin is a
: ; Christmas? phoney. That would make it a real Christmas -

parade." Madness' Under
'Mackerel Way Now Here"Mackerel

1 : (Changing Times Magazine) popular magazine of the tune was lamenting
; old-fashioned THE IDEA intrigued me and IF passed it
I the passing of tho English
"1 Tis the season to be Jolly." But, then there Christmas: on to several. The reaction ranged from slow, madness"! is some ocean pier when school of mack- line is knifing the water, or hitsat
'. everything. Plentyof somber agreement to quick distasteful shock! thing that comes to the Florida
; are minority opinions on erel shows up. It means fish for the shiny swivel sainthood
isn't 'We in America have received many, If East. Coast each winter regular pire to have never filt
Christmas One back "l at'l as
folks are complaining that man set replied accusingly: because the mackerelare Mackerel
not most, of our Christmas customs from the influx of chilled tourists everyone fishing is at its best much temptation to be human beings -
of Christ as
what It used, to be. They say stacks in bad taste. This Isn't that sort of a parade
our parent country, 'merrio England'; but in from the North. not shy about striking when now. It should continue Into spring, .-George Orwell
cards, frantic lust-minute shopping It is meant to stimulate Christmas shopping in have .
mas they from countless
"Amahl and the Night Visitors" on the TV, England Christmas is no longer the day of Stuart" "Oh," I replied. "Sorry, I'm all for Spanish mackerel In giant schools 1 numbers competition m a school depending on the weather remaining When take stuff from
and fine old traditional ceremonies it southward you one
fairly stable with
games come swarming along no abrupt
: : and "Rudol h the Red-Nosed Reindeer" on that And I am And fishermen writer,
don't hestitata its plagiarism; but when
once was. It is rarely that the yule log is the coastline and fishermen scurry change: Now's the
time to participate '
the stereo don't make a Christmas to catch the mackerel to stock up the home freezer whena you take it from many writers,, its
the speedy
burned nowadays and whereas in "mackerel madness"QUOTABLE !
"We've got to get back to the old-fashioned Christmas game, in the times of good Queen IT WAS A good Christmas parade andit from ocean piers or boats Some mackerel run is taking place because research. .-Wilson Mizncr

: Christmas," they cry. Bess, lusted for more than a month, a week did what it was meant to do My congratulations times they are caught by surf.casters their food value is excellent Once immoral
QUOTES an act has been
But we'd better not back too for is all the modern to all who hud a part in it and I am too The average size is a poundand -
go money-making English can committed in cold blood, the consequences -
-a-half to two But
: To put it bluntly, the Puritans were against devote to it." sorry that I had one of my occasional bad Bluoh-brown on the back with Democracy, if I understand it reach infinity, and all
thoughts Many of the flouts exemplified the silvery-white belly and golden larger ones are not uncommon, at all. is a society in which the
Christmas They labeled it a "wanton Bacchanalian the consequences disastrous,
Could itIe\ then that this perennial dissatisfaction some weighing as much as six and are
; : ; feast" and spent their first Christ Christ May theme. The best, by far, I spots along the lateral line mack unbeliever feels undisturbed and -Brooks Atkinson
with present customs and longingfor the Fair Association's erel will strike almost. any lureor seven pounds. at home. If there were only halfa .
thought, was manger
mas on these shores pointedly rejecting Joy the fashioned Christmas" merely bait tossed their way Pier fish Most fishermen use a wire leader dozen unbelievers in America,
'a': and doing carpentry. On the second Christ- shows the power of this season to evoke scene. ermen catch them with live pilchards when mackerel fishing because their well-being would be a test ought Happiness to is something men

mat several Musty young men" who were nostalgic memories of happy childhood, bygone and shrimp, or casting an they have sharp teeth that pluy of our democracy, their tranquility seldom do pursue.- although I they
: : found "pitching ye barr, playing at stoole-ball pleasures, and the joys of Christmases EACH of us still has a lot of pagan in artificial lure. havoc with nionofi lament would be a proof.-E, B White George SantayaruThe
s and such like sports' in the public streets him and I would be the lust to admit that Idon't A feather, silver spoon or small When a school is in a feeding .
: caught what-for from Governor Bradford, in past the exchange of greetings, the singing give Santa Claus his full due. Ho Is a strip bait will provide mackerel frenzy, anglers sometimes hook Many (people genuinely do not bored penalty of success is to he
) the
of carols, the tree mistletoe the festive meal by attentions of
person. So the oldest of fashioned American jolly old priest of the dark forests, bringing action behind a trolling boat. one mackerel only to lose it whena wish to be saints, and it is probable who formerly
and the outdoor fun? One last into the snubbed you.-Mary
dip Excilment runs high i on an second fish strikes where the
will the tribe transmutation that some who achieve ,
: Christmases hardly do for a precedent good things to a or asA Wilson' Little
yellowed crumbling of The Youth'sCompanion"
in pages St. Nicholas the saint of
a to be followed 1965. through patron
gives, an even better reason to
: : By 1827 however, Christmas had evolved, wish for a simple celebration of Christmas. children, on up to the modern departmentstore Christmas TiibuteRecognition PRIVATE FNTtRPRISb: IS

to the point that an Episcopalian bishop was "It is right for us to derive all the in- and parade Santa which is strictly an
complaining, "The devil has stolen from us American invention. BKJIIM: THE IRON fURTALN
nocent pleasure (possible from the happy season -
Christmas, the day of our spiritual redemption not forgetting, the while, how solemn of Teachers Salem, Ohio, Farm and Dairy
and converted it into a day of and glorious is the event which we thus joy SOME RESEARCHER into the survival of "Private
festivity, shooting and swearing" ethnic brooding and tribal rememberances enterprise! the institution most
worldly ously commemorate, with its beautiful lesson
By Dr. Ray V Sower, Director this noble succession, teachers who believe reviled in Communist
And by 1876 "The Youth Companion"Russia a of 'Love to our fellow men.' might unravel why we chose the North Polo as Teacher Education Stetson ideology, continues to
: in
UniversityThe the
dignity and worth of human
personality, make inroads
and other the
his home, with reindeer, a sleigh in economies of Communist
when winters in the compliment ever to teacher who are convinced that if the problems
frigid accoutrements greatest paid any countries, The latest formal admission! bya
Judean Hills around Bethlehem are so mild. teacher in all time by anyone was that whicha of living together in the modern worldare Soviet satellite that the profit u

Seeks World Power system whereby payment are made to And why a pine instead of a palm? young man mud John paid to his teacher ultimately to be solved, it will not be by here to stay conies from Czechoslovakia motive The
the coercion of fear the of
when he said The Word was made flesh and compulsion Czech
American-built, American-maintained government has
: : By Expanding Sea Power can-owned and Amcrican-crewed ships, Ameri-serving BUT, WHEN it come to that, the old dwelt among us-full of grace and truth creative force but goodwill through emphatic understanding and operation of one-man businesses decided! to such allow trades the

+ Soviet trade routes the government deems essential gods of the dark forests and the worshiped Here was a teacher with a power of communication as tailoring, shoemaking, hairdressing, interior
that the
Late reports us In the frenzied whirl of
The subsidy i is a mutter of sheer necessity, for orb that shone over the pine trees on the flat never excelled He hud the abilityto our swiftly mov- decorating laundering, and carpentry Pub-
: economy is expanding at a much slower rate the simple reason that the coots of building Earth of the cold Nordic land are still unveil the great mystery called! life and ing, highly complex society there are many Jicly owned consumer: !services, tardy and
than was planned. The Soviet goal of overtaking into unforgctable language glimpses! of the fearful souls who are baffled and bewilderedas
and U put inefficient, have been
much with
operating S.-flug vessels, largely because very us.I a weak spot in the
this country economically seems farther of great realities. His parables have become the they scan the human horizon of modem Czechoslovak
our wage levels Is far greater than economy since their inceptionIndividuala
away than ever. guidelines of our spiritual heritage. But, man in his quest for a better life. They interpret
of the great
those this
other filling
maritime nations with WRITE this Friday named for Fna, gap flourished even
that is not true in of on ,
every area-one which we must as were His perception and power of description the ferment of social unrest, the flashes though-or perhaps
competeYes the fertility goddess wife of Woden tho because-private enter
the exceptions is maritime development. In a there was something else which transcended of racial distrust, the decline of morality and prise was illegal."
power means world That i Ia named
power. wood god, for whom Wednesday ,
: letter published in U. S Naval Institute Proceedings Is what the Soviets His poignantly articulate word pictures." the aggression of hatemongcrs as evidence ofa
are after, In this everIntensifying it will be Thor'sDay.
Hanson W, Baldwin, a top authority economic published on Not only did He focus the light of understanding civilization that i ia decadent and dying. Butis
cold war with us. There Saturday is named for the planet Saturn, (Fort
on military and related matters, says: "The never was a time when in the minds of men but He stirred! it not also true that seen In the perspectiveof Pierre, S. D, Times)
our need for an unsurpassed for the Sun and Monday for the "This is
amazing expansion of the Soviet merchant merchant: marine Sunday their innermost feelings and fused the link between man's potential dignity and worth, these no time to uproot our establishedfair .
marine, the great improvement in Russian on tho even seas, was flying our flag Moon. Tuesday 1 II Zeus' Day what were their deeply felt needs and forces may be, indeed: the birth pangs of a snd effective immigration policies, and letdown
shipbuilding capability the huge expansionand as great as now. the truth which could satisfy those needs new order struggling to be born With man'* the barrier in a noble gesture to all

aggressive tactics of the Soviet fishing THE MISTLETOE, which make so many Even so, (this was not the attribute which rapid accumulation of knowledge and his determination dissatisfied humanity In view of the nation'

'fleets, and the extensive Soviet oceanographic kissing cousin when properly hung i is handed most impressed those who knew the teacher to explore and understand the preoccupation with unemployment, the ,related
program all portend a determined challenge to (Pckin. lad., Banner-Gazette) forward to us in that connection by the best Somehow the truths He taught were unknown through the techniques of science, and continuing advance of automation

the world's maritime! nations. By the 1975- "lust a few years ago the boy and girl Druids, who regarded! as a magical plantit embodied in the works He wrought. Like a may we not be standing on the threshold ofa and the 'v
'1980' period, the Soviet merchant marine, walked a mile or so across town to school. grow high on tree without connection perfectly documented thesis His teachingswere break-through which could usher in an era the multiple Federal programs with budgets

judging, by past construction and present plans, Yes, yes, I know that things are 'better' now, with the earth. They used it in marriage rite*. validated and came alive in the total! of more adequate opportunities for all? Carl II high as a billion dollars (for the poverty:

will be by far the largest in the world . but just how is it better for children who .. range of His interpersonal relationships He Sandburg put it this way "l 1 see America war)) we can think of no greater disservice

The Soviets have learned that sea power means are sadly lacking in physical development to 1 UKE Santa Claus, and 1 hope that he urged compassion, understanding! courage and not in the setting sun of a black night of de- than to invite indiscriminate and vastly expanded

,world power." ride in can every step of the way, have a brings everyone-from the biggest chief on faith He advocated caring and sharing giving, spair ahead of us. 1 see America in the crimson lions of global influx" of all kind and conJi-

This, certainly, is the answer to the critics car to hot rod around In at noon and evening down to the smallest toddler-lots of present. and serving. Then He became the personal light of a using un fresh from the burning humanity

of American Merchant marine policy At the risk highway tragedies, risk unchuperoned But if you remark that there are Mill medicine demonstration if these qualitw He was creative hand of God. I ace great day

'root of that policy !is the differential subsidy rides?" men in the backward: Congo I might think, what Ho taught, the personification of what ahead, great days possible to men and women (Abilene. Kan. ReflectorChrcwick)
although too polite to say It. that we still He believed When His student wanted to of vision and faith. "A news dispatch say the government has

rw ., have them here. Maybe not the old priest of know tM full meaning of what He said, theyobserved It was the vision of faith ushered in by brought monopoly charge against the bubblegum

: There i is nothing wrong with a good politi- the forest, dancing around the tree in his what He did. "The Won was made that first Chrutma which swung all historyon manufacturer. They are accused of
; The Stuart Hew will furnish photo prints cal Joke-unle** it gel elected.-Journeyman skin and buon-hom headgear, but''a fair flesh, and dwelt among us." its hinge, opening forever the portal of cornering: the market on pictures of baseball

of sizes up to I by 10 Inches, of any Barber. fasc unite. Acrou the centuries CM noblest teachers eternal light It is the teacher of men with star to put in bubble gum wrappers One'*

taken by the NEWS staff, for a anuidl picture of the race have emulated Hi example Humanity Has stance toward life who keep alive human- first reaction to this n that if our people u>

for the first print and $100 for Even when you're looking for trouble THE HYMNS and carols arc the pearl has been lifted up and led forward, ity's highest hope government don't have more to do than fret

prints ordered from the same negative at the there' no plate like home-The Spark (Gs.) of Christ1) Mast, stirring the spirit and makingone not by general averager, nor by popular At the Christmas season a* we commemorate : about bubble gum wrapper 1\e have too many
tarn tlm\ larger sizes! by special quotation.. Eagle. forget the huge tangle" of boar hair that vote but by those unique souls who, by their the birth of the Great Teacher, let us people in government.

New employee will not take photo. we have brought forward In our minds Into example have taught mankind the rulet of honor the heroic teacher of the past and

gnu except for the new and advertising A modern marriage is one In which the the Space Age from the Dark Age and the road. pay tribute to the thousand of dedicated A man hopes that his lean are p-5;

1 column of Tna Stuart New wife work so she can afford clothe to wear beyond. A merry ChrU' Mass to you aIL Today... are Messed by a growing' company : teacher among u*. for they are the herald a woman that hen are ahead.years The Gram" I

... to the office.-The Prescott! (Ont) Journal Sea you next ThorTTBT.' of dedicated: teacher who belong to of "Peace on earth goodwill to men." City OH. PrcM-Record. !


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-__.-r.Ytas. .. a1. :\II'OSIOSR"OIE.. a site for a possible school f f"f" "' iaaattgaiama Club fwsdt would. not cover mRMay I
C'IaIunpiOl1llhip award Tow.. Village Hall HA\E PXRIYRecreatioit Appraisers Are south county ttu.le iU, a* reconimMded December 24. 1964 S-C
by I MM team
JUPITER in basketbalL b wWI I' survey
NEWS Warrwn
i rooms of the Jupiter
and trade are aloo ansptonuhip Named to View School: Board Attorney Michael The board agreed that in future
c Ground Baptist Church were the seine Q. Lmman totd the board that the-
BrokenAt be selected from
MRS ANNA MINEAR: Correspondent phone 74M643 Vl1ftfIen.Lutheran. of a traditional Oinstmas dinner County Commiswon had rccnil\ apprawers may
I other areas of the county M weal )
and party when the \\omen's MisMWMry Park agreed' to the vacation of road I In
: ,kmllMi-- Family Tequesta Association held its December :- PropertyRalph the area, to make the building ol from Stuart.

Warriors ; dS-- meetiM.' the school feasible COMPLETE SATURATION
Mrs. Louis Sister was in ctwrgc \V llutmin Jr., C K
1 alto told the board tli
tttman it
I didbf Christmas Party Groundbreaking ceremonies for of the meeting and was awiHhrdm i A.hkIIn,\ Roland t I ueoVr were he would 'ced with drawing Advertise in The Stuart News
the handsome new Village Hall hostess for the dinner! by Mrs appointed by Murtm (oimly Boardof pro up on Thursdays and the Free Peru
Dinner with Mr Ralph \\
t 115 1 took Tuesday l an agreement on Sundays-and get complete sal
in 'IueIC.! & pluce Palmer Long and Mrs Vergilil- Public. Instruct* Monday' as Hartman Sr. for the hoard to .
"The Sign ol. the Angel' Kiss" morning at the site which adjoins helm. ol' 'iIs in the Jonathon purchase uration of the ad ficlJ
appraisers pr'p| about ten acres on I 1sq
Jupiter championship winning The I final I award was presentedto the Legend" of the Christ Child's the IcqucMa! Shopping Center The members completed their" (Dickinson si.iu' Park area Road" as another possible tuii,u p About! 4,500000 U.S. children
Warriors Halo written bv Rev. .Keith. Johnson on recueld| DriveDullard project of filling. baskets for. three
were guests of honor I Dan Mills as the most valuable school site not attend school:
receml obtained (In the I hoard at 1 "
at the annual football awards! dinner player in respectHicks and illustrated with pl\lntinpl I Dulf ot Vest PalmBovch I shunns in the community as well
held! at the Jupiter school cafeteria i every by Betty Fowke. was the highlight i\ the the architect for the as enjoying a gift exchange. The
Tuesday night, praised and! introducedhis of the family night ('hrIMt.1maJI $1248 huildmg\ "hl'h,11, be the month of January
assistant! coaches, Red Shirar, party at the Christ the King.. built IP 120; days h> Vsrochcrs projectsale of vanilla in the area COLONY RESTAURANT
The dinner was given by the Paul Hardy .Ken. Cole, Pat Sea- Lutheran Church last Saturday. I C,1t1'trucll.ll1plln\ \ ol 1 North OLE
Boosters Club. Jack. Robson was chord and Nell I Lucas He. saidNells I
In a darkened church, with the Palm Beach, according to Robert IURI1): : 1IIIRI:
master of ceremonies Rev. May- girl' were the sharpest the i the illustrations said
spotlight on largo Harp village manager Harp
nard Mills, president! of Boosters, prettiest and! the loudest cheer (tanked I tb silver Christmas trees the actual. COM including landscape" Mr and Mr. John Hupp are TAKE OUT ORDERS

gave the invocation. Robson introduced leaders. I with their candy cane, the picture fog and! extras would probably spending the Christmas holiday
special guests to the Mrs. I Lucas introduced the cheer- held the children spellboundas run to SI40.1XM( ). It is being financed with their daughter. Mrs. Paul I
some I 115 present, and then introduced leaders>>: !Becky Vi lam Cindy Mrs. Raymond Johnson read by a $148.(MX) ivuse tact Kitchen, and Mr ...Kitchen. in Oak Phone 287-1133

Principal Howard! Swyers. Brew t.r.. Diane Snow, Barbara the legend and Mrs Fowkcs turned revenue. bond i\h\le. Ridge, Tenn.
Mr. Swyers paid tribute to Coach Miller. Debbie Morgan, Lorrie ; the cards The background music The building will house' general
W Hicks for his Mr. and Mr. R M. Puke\ and 5 MIMUTI FAST SERVICE .\WINDOW
part in the making l aftey. Sue C:legs and Beth was coordinated: by Mn. KeithJohnson. adminiNtrative office'. ,police! offices "h. lne"
I have >
of winning warriors. Bowman Mrs James Hiklcrmun two (tail cells. and a a mam their children gone ., r .> .,., -> ,* vClIICMuN -"-
Coach Hicks then presented the Also! introduced I Linda to South Carolina tsar Christmas! '
were wan the voice of Mary. auditorium 10Cal I IVI) r'F
awards! Scholarships went to Don Basy.lt, Football Ktckolt.. Queen; I Following t the dramatic presentation to the building! lite Iwrwsna.Nett garage with !their parentsAPPIICAHONS. l I \ IILY BARRELGOIDIV

Bozeman who made :291! points Sandy Moorficld, Homecoming, of the legend! Pastor Johnson will have space for the pumpertruck --- XII '
by touchdowns during the season, I Queen: I Linda Sue McGrath. Miss I I told the story and backgroundof : being purchased :for the le- HIJI.RHI.Ca .rRIID French I Or (1IIl\t Serves! $395I
and to Danny Mills Bozeman Hume 1 of North t Palm I Beach Coonsty : IKINSISUHIIS : I5lo7
many of the less known carols, quesu area by the Jupiter I ire Department Irk* SowBread" People :

goes to Um>crsity I of Florida l andMills and Jupiter; Debbie! Dahlcn, which the childicn and adults V. 'I.IIIo.'n, Jupiter and I L:, s>Mt4SMWi ., WilfMTMt.. ....... :. .;...;
to North Eastern Oklahoma Sweetheart of the J Club and Dan .
sang together with! Mrs Free! Doer- Tequesli, across the liver from Betty Mcluso Fort Pierce
Junior College. ny Mills, president of the J <:h-b. i hoofer! at Ihe organ. historic old. Jupiter slatted out us \\illiam Eugene Rciitl I ). Stuart ALSO DINING ROOM SERVICE

The coach praised! Niels Nevad Dick Howser. shortstop: for the I Mn N .K. Vance, educational a subdivision and heciinu an incorporated and Doittu Jean Snyder, Palm : 'i- =- = .,,;. =: : =:- .t.. "==;'''
for his defensive and offensive Cleveland I Indians and head of i .J ; .
chairman. of the Lutheran Women I village in 1''' I. It was City __ ..- -- --- ---- --
playing Nevad and Tom Thomas Dick Howwr's Baseball School: m I was in charge of the program,, named for u tribe ol 1 Indians said ----
made! All County Team, as did West Palm Beach was the speaker with Mrs. Charles Kali.. assistingin to have inhabited the lower east!
Dan Mills. Thomas's record included for the occasion Howser openedhis
the devotional Each personbrought \ coast of kirida! many can ago.
I twenty-four unassisted talk by saying that he had a wrapped gift to be give i Present town olliuaK are Rusher
tackles in one game and twenty predicted! championship year for, en to the adult:) I and children at C'. Valicr. mayor; thomas V

m another. the Warriors because they had the Palm Beach County Home a I lurnhull. vice mayor; ( ecil: (/eke)
Five players made! All Confer petite cheerleaders and big ugly' project in which even the three- Cornelius, lax assessor and Robert ,...
ence Team: Dan Mills Niels Ne boys! year-olds took great interest I clerk and man -'a 1ryA
sad Don Bozeman, Tom Thomas Seriously he urged! all students Gaily decorated. Christmas tables e/I.ItnrVIIlIlrf.{ Dusenhem I;: is i t

and Dave Bogue. Trophies went take part in sports but to also were the center of interest! chief of "police, with John l I' Roderick
to these men. apply their aggressiveness", and pepto for the party following, the program Vvilliam I l. Peirie and
The Unsung Hero Award of books He stressed the valuesof Mrs Floyd Smith and! Mrs Charles I n. LeVce patrolmen.
the year went to Tom Thomas. a college education.! John Green assisted by Mrs.
The players voted Dan Mills I Dr. R E. Grogun, the school's Marion Ixnikes, Mrs William
the most valuable back and Niels physician presented his own personal I Haas, Mrs. John Patterson and To Head
Nevad the most valuable lineman. award to the player who had Mrs.. Gust Pihl, were the hostesses Dukes The
i given him the most trouble and for the party.
''I whom he held in high regard The Kiwanis Club
award very necessary utensils ,
I for a bedridden football player, Lions Hear About IJI wondrous story

sprayed with gold paint brought U M will be

I I IDict own the house Dr. Grogan was Transplants as president of the Jupiter.I "
given a standing ovation for his Sound Kiwums Club al the inaugural
iR good sportsmanship sense of dinner on Jan I II I His sup to life
humor and most of all, for his The dramatic story of cornea! i porting! officers are Dim Pau- comes t 'ac: r l lrvs
VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN I contribution in working with the transplants, and the giving of light 'cher president-clect.; !Hill Nicholson ,
F.r Your Fimrita DriibWt to the blind by the dying was told
I boys both on the field and in his first vice president: AI Had- )
EJtVE LUNCH I office. by film and a talk at the Uon'rClub not treasurer, and John Kcllhcrg.. : ,
ladies', night dinner Mondayat once more. .
Rev. Mills and Robson secretaryVictor
STUART DRUG CORP. : reporteded
the Colony Restaurant.
.l AT T-ISZ1 I that the funds for the awards film shown Karl I : Sehott: Jupiter' rr ment-
A was by
LucH'\ :w.D School announced
I't. principal:
iroac had been raised by a special two- Grecnwell of Miami and the Florida
I will begin
drive because the Booster's'M'aVKKieX that a gymnastics program
_man_ __ u _.___ ions Eye Bank District. 35 at the school immediately after
+....i.-.c. ..erieYKY'ih<.c..i A, Inc It is narrated by Walter the first of Ihe veur He said the
Ir Pigeon and is! entitled, And! There students are enthusiastic about the

2 Was Light" It told the touching promised! program and that equIp- '
story of restoration of sight by ment has been ordered by the
5 I lappincss for Christmas: :and the years: j corneal transplant from a young school. Hud Wulson. AA.U official

S S woman, accidentally killed, who WI1'111111 Beach U now
is wish for all friends and hud willed her to the Eye 1a 1
5 to come our our 2S eye training children to l become Olympic anna
Bank to a little child Scholt held! a
business associates S I>r. Okie Miller of West Palm performers and following -
: question" answer period
further about the .. ..
Beach spoke hit talk \ +m IM r N M
5g Lye Bank, saying that 30,000< blind The club had the unep
g We wish also to present the following people! transplant are patiently awaiting cornea lieutenant of governor a visit of from District outgoing I 13, '"

Last Miller said the Florida .
year, Pittman, of Stuart. Pittmun'
5 homes, which you will be happy: own: \ j Lions, who had carry the of"project$10 Andy congratulated the CI I u b on ifs For unto you
II AII financially a budget growth during the past year and I
(fXK) but this year they will need presented rocker: pins to B. M

J Located In the City, of Stuart ('Il" 3 bedroom, 2 balls home. JJJ $22KX:! () Dukes Roy Rood, Cole Goodlier
Ihe room are large, central: heal awning window, tamale A centerpiece A raffle made on a by beautiful Mrs. Miller and! Don faucher in recoyniiionof ,
their effort in bringing in new is born this day
J ,loon, even a pantry and breezeway between kitchen and utilityJ J! added I to this fund. Mrs. Miller members: in I9M

'1 Ihe lot Is and there citrus jK made a similar arrangement for I'ltlmun introduced she incoming : I
g luundry. r twelve nearby Lions flubs for thispurflO'C
1 lie Smith.
trees In the sard. Only $15,75000, with terms. jj jjy lieutenantgowernsr
S t I who will head District I) for 1963.South
1>r. Miller urged the I.lurm w member that
II reminded the Lord
i work with local medical men to next' will be the club's fiftieth t' Christ
5 year
U\rLY WAIrRrRONT HOME: (\IruUJ.Y: ILHM.MIg : solve the local needs for corneal anniversary and urged all to push ,

U). CBS' 2 bedrooms Hi hath, central limit and a natural j= transplants., the Stale of flondu into No 1 ,._ a
Guest of honor, beside I>r, and r ;z
in Kiwanis work during I
J wood burning fireplace loo, Florida room, and enclosed garaue. A "position
Mn Miller, were Mr. Richard the 'Golden Ytur ,
Bulkheadcd waterfront and, believe It or not a !boat, motor and jJ Stalls, Mr. Neil DuBois, Mrs Mindful of the season. Christmas tii I S "

trailer art Included for the price of $23,500.0(1.( J Henry DuBois Mrs James Dailey, carols were sung before the ; ..,'M'..
Mrs Robert Cook, Mrs Everett meeting closed.Council. /ls.- ; .
A I: :iI..
Hill Mrs. James Crooks and! Mrs

| CBS custom built home-3 bedrouni, 2 balhs. Beautiful black = John Shufflcboitom. A ," .J 7 "I
Adopts ;
V cypress paneling, awning window, while terra/zu floors, air ; Gymnasts Entertain law rpbva

5 conditioner, stove, oven and refrigerator. Lovely light room s"N '.
$$68,000 Budget
J Acres to river and !boat duck Just a few step front your door. Local youngsters were twice i A ye.
{ i blessed when the Jaycees put on
$14,950.00 their gymnastics show at Jupiter Jupiter Town Council, at Us ;:; .
i school auditorium Sunday after Tuesday meeting adopted a budget .
a' noon to raise. fund for the children of S6IMMX( ( for the coming year. I'
BUILD YOUR annual .
Christmas Richard Stalls
t party, an Mayor reported '
i LOIS IN SHORE VILLAGE StBDIVIMOV: ON IIUICIIIN2 Jaycee event. on the new 'Welcome la JUpiter" .''

Y SON ISLAND llomesite for $4500.00 and apartment site JM The show, t great hit with children I sign which have been noted al 1 .. 1"t." see,
the The ,, 5) ,
and parents alike, featuredPat every entrance to town.
low a* $50
gymnasts from treat Britain. thirty five-miles-an-hour warningon
YY Pal inkle. I 1961 British Tram the sign.Drainage .
2i poline champion came to this / problems art being .:t
country with Mrs. Winkle over a met by the installation. of a catch: R,. ,
ROLAND LUEDER I Ii year ago. They had some thirty basin at Klngsley and Beverly (V ;'
i performers with them and among Road, and other drainaje con-
their exciting acts was a demonstration structure at the Southern Methodist
3 of space ball on the trampoline Church and the JJcMCy. (ey- extends
Our staff
| REALTOR I played by three contestants. er properties Loxahatchee Drive. .' entire

West Palm Beach recreation department Tri Southern gave aa estimal of
coached by $I ii for the job.Commissioner .
Bud Watson: AAU official, who Louie Johnnlon
729 COLORADO AVE. I] PHONE: AT 7-145 it training Olympic performers, announced that the civic center
tri demonstrated! tumbling, parallel, will now be available to rent for Greetingsto
I parties, dunces and meeting
r ban, uneven bar, balanced bars, .
vaulting and free eMn:.... The commission and town office
STUART, FLORIDA personnel held a (.'hr"u'party '

Fred Kuhn former protestor. at following' the meeting all our friends and neighbors

MEMBER .MULTIPLE USTLNG SERVICE A Mcrccnburc Academy, Mercers-
r burg Pa.. n spending the winter JUNIOR: HOMKNPersonal
11.u Itut i with Mr and Mrs. John 'Lkb, SPONSOR SAN r.\

....... ...a..a..aa ,.......!!!. .!.!..!. Pcnnock Point vims "by Santa Claus. 3M

introduced by the Junior Women "" /* f1 e
Club members, have been delighting I 1 !M "

HOSPITALIZATION PLAN children of the Juptier-Tequcv
U Mrs Bailey in
I area. Ralph was '
d I III "

NO AGE t111rr ROLLMLvr NOW OPENPAYS II proved to he a full one I
ASSLTUNCE COMPANY club featured a ..Ient auction ,

NON n.ORID.RESIDEXn Am.rttD H)R.11 eRr 6J I I chaood bazaar. Christmas al which: decoration number pur and iNsURA N C JEj

pjuthc. and handmade article"
AGES OVER: $510 Hostesses for tile meeting were ., '

11-51..___..............._.. $235 1'10-711": .. ... .. .. .......... )Iosnl Mrs. Lowell Jarrett Mrs. A. V I d "71 'ee r ,
I' Tuning, Mrs. Morpn Van OptuJI A-T E
AGES UNDER $100 and Mrs. DorukJ Ibulip. jREAL SJ

..._._. ... ... ........ $375 IUOVOI It ...... .... Jlosnl I
I Mrs" Helen Vyboroy; wa called

SN 12.2-6 Plow Farabl MIe Fm ..,..... lo Hanover, MMB., by her awxlt- STUART 287-3366

N_ ... .. ...-.-. ._ I era ilhiesa. last week. She returned FIRST I'EDKllAL BUILDING ,

Florida Health agency Ain. .....Ass...- I on Monday.

,.. .. Rase. ....._. l Canal r
p. O. Boa 292, Lanai Wert, FTsrWa try .n The Suez 2, 00 miles
from Gibraltar.

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_ *.C STUART (Fta> NEWS___ Tlmr-day. December 24, 1964Organizations Paid $1,200 for 'Lip Service Rouncl-up'of Planning Truisms
-.- -.- -- -- -_ _.-.---- -.4--_. ---V-- r I a of ChurchesDIALAPRAYER
.. .. -.-..--------- I Directory

. Directory i I COMMUNITY-J..S's Buck

Comprehensive Report Is 11sf. NBWTOM M TWhUT'
..a-m. Sunday Srh.ol sod WOK

", ""-" Cammlaalonnavitfc
"' ..... do: p.m.. J. B. Comm. ilty Cka.. -' Gush. I. CONGREGATIONS ,-' ..

Animal Roemo ......* ; :atia, I ._ OttF Ban. Full Stale Facts and Immaterial Data :01. a MATNAKD. Barlr w A. MILLS
: :
PreeMunt-Mr*. Carl J Rleoe Caa.t Guard of : Ckunh =
.tk T.._. lie P....? .komeawarn Aunliluryeminr.WalWr J. RaumaaBMn : tl*. a-m. MonlB* .

*** A PreteeMonal Women OukPr .: ipm:: Cnut Guard Au.. BldlClruaty AT 7-2512 Ill .. during Y.ulb Vim,. $..,ln.

*.-ld ik*.'T'=I alghta.,I Kranitlad Pint NatL BankCeeeanut ObiaTmaaPrank Commixlo Waeha By BUNNY ABBOTT eighty.seven. page of written material anticipating the future ii that of average density exceed* 100 person 1-- I ALL SAINTS'. LPISCOA1.-J..oos, Bck
Park.North Rr,*r Shorea lad..th TUM.. PlO ...... Courtkona. The long-awailod five-yeara-in 1 and chart, much of which eventuality per squart mile. 1. H. DANIEL. Pause REV. JOHA'a

Property Owner Aeaeelatle* That should all be pretty clear The report on to mention II rill t-m. Sunday School Communion
M goes ft Holy
C. Bar4 .1 r-date.
AdjuitmaatQUJnnan already out
ZMlaf the -
....'...n -O. M. Bohrakaugk. -muking Comprehensive PUn is lieu a.... Miming Wor.hipt. 1 : Family and
the residents of number of
Frad Hhaadaa to a who according a and then
Meeting IDol Wadnecdayi at home Phd: Thuri: :, Courthona for Stu"rt. Florida" entered the One of the few proofs that the city, advantages, 44 pat. ;Taut... BUI. atodFrayet : thumb ScbooL.
7fi0 p m. I
: .
to the report had a median states I Disadvantage. There will I:IV ttanday.\ Teeth P.rviu.ill 11.00 a.m Morning I'esyoran 0 VrmonI
Carat Garden c.i.r.smtCrh. A.iocl.tloa Martin County Mutmm Cmuumissiu..m.Mus. city by the beck door Wedrwuluy, report was \publmhed line Oct. number of school completed be an ;increase of bonded indebt *... t>angllitu Berrfe tat Hamlar Holy Comtnai II"n'I I
"" A. c rl.tr. ni Mush. '" Wlllmighhy Jr.In Due 16, a having been year W*.k Paya
lit SIM. I p.a... "',..un., Courthou.* I Tu... 7 HO p.m.. OourthouM brought hack copy front Tallnha 5, 1964 in a statement, "Ttt newly of 11.3. Less. than half of those edness"In FIRST BAPTIST_ B. Acre Avow ?umdsy-i a.halt Commonlommualn

Fraeholdera Aeieemt;** M. C Planalnf and Zoning C.*ml..loa County Engineer Fred Ikll who' by completed four.lanina of U S. under twenty-five are high school a chapter on "Planning Pro act. ColliEs W ATIUNII, tuMor Tba.d.-I Tharodey... Holl'Hooliog. ,

._ ..'-Onlonel :% V- Bottom Okalrm.n' -JoMph Oranl. Highway No. 1 the 10 ,.... c"lrt B..1
through city graduate; per cent are college cedure the report tells the city ., Friday- .. .. Holy Commm,
Meeta .U led thura purely co-mcidcnuilly happened to I-ID m. Worahlp (Urvle' .
enClub 7.10 pm. CoirlkooMSchool will aid in developing tourism graduates; slightly more than 17 manager the City COR1mis. ion. t:4l *... Sund.y Stbeol Unity' C.b. .S. n:*". Plan
larden ., Stuart Board acquire one. We sort of gucmcd! that cent did not complete eighth the 11 K>. .... Moraine Wer.br SlPn: I..d..
Preel Idont-N... per Planning Advisory Board the
John W Bn. .
kelrmun-H.np 0. BfndrW By Thursday morning. i tips: p m. Tr.lntr.ir Union fill a. Barrio o WadnMda
Ind Moa. lilO ..m.. Woman Chub Md Man.: Iil8 pm, CouruionM Manager Joe Crowdcr staled. City thatno Some of the gem from the paM grade. Board of Adjustment and the tl p... Pronlng; Wor.br LUTHERAN. CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW

Hlbl.ct park Clvm A._.... yawn af S. all. Paul had reached him in thu guide for the future are: The report urge the development building inspector how to do their 1 10 p.nv, Wedneeday Mid week Pram Ranks .
copy or
M.inllo M.I. any W Prtma Vlta Blvd, Part St. Luri
let Mon. 7:80: p.n, Pint' N.tlon.llI.n. Ind WeE M.nu.lln pm. Town Bell members of the Cily Commmtion Almoxt half of Stuart' population of a downtown waterfront jobs, and adds "The Planningand PALM CITY BArTMT-itk M MCrd H 0 SItE PASTOaMan

Indlantewn Clvk Club. :. or Planning Advisory Board Crow- of 4791 in III()() wan under park by using all the area eatt of Improvement Division of the HaBIt\ TATUM. 1'.._ "m. tueds" SchooL

..... .Id.nt-Grady; 8mtatk POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS tier added that an noon as he of. twenty-five yean of age A the FEC tracks and north of City Florida Development Commissionmay I:41 '.m. gundey School IU.1. W..I..I..
Moa. Ipm. Hall approximately! seven acret advise on planning problems II ten .... Morning WorehlB
Pupubiiuu Club. .f MartM C..ty ficially receives. a of the comparatively high I percentage, HOLY CROSS CATOLC..d.. .
copy report lilt Tralnlig Union
lenaen Beerli Card.n ClubPmlhunt..M Pld.nt-ol. .. Wetaus of with tho possibility of further enlargement and awist in formulating and mainlining pm. "
((16.4) the U
) over XAV"
.. Calvin Wllhor" and has time to study it ha population I 1:41: pm Evening Wor.hlp:
Ird Wd. I P.... J. B Woman Club Republican. Wm**'. Chub of ...,d. Ca.: will report on the which I sixty-five Twenty-eight point \seven ', as the result of filling plans for community development tJ pm:: Wedne.diy: n Midweek "' 1'0 i'-'Han< ., 'rC' a.m.1 Pint I
Pranldratr Mri W. Arnold lie.ner report, or MaaolugFIRST day, ,.m. bafor* Maa
1_. Bearh Woman Aeieclatlon 4th Tun... Ipm., Pint National' Bank cost' Stuart $1.200Gu ()(). per cent is non-white" operations .

.Pr...-.ld.t.t-.... Mon.Mr. *CB. Mario 707 ClubhouMjunior Miller M C. D.mocntlc EnMutlv CammlttM Andy. a city and regional I 'Assuming that average increase Thin park the report states, But it does not mention how C. TAYLOR aArTln-Pert PutalI SeJereoO ST E..I MARYS Oe. Bnul.vard EPISCOPAL. Stuart

Wemaa Club Ohalrmin"- -Edward.1. M.irray 517.0115n0.Tr.ea.Nerdu. engineer. with Florida of 4N per cent per decade should provide a new city hall long FOC will take to furnish .46 a... Simd.y School TIlE KKV AK1HUK A. IMITH. R..tor

Pra.ld.nt-Mre. Ou, Cromw.ll Mmtlnga callBELICIOUS gt CIeIV.t Commission wa in the projected I 1970\/ population and police station, with parkingarea the advice. 11::00 ......... M 'roing Worth!* Biind.y Silo am Till., Marnlnc am, Holy I Prav.r hi(lit l and
Cud MOII. B p.m., Woman Club .... - - day morning He Developmcnt. would he 7091 and in 19HO to serve them and the north As long as it took to furnish tIll'''0 p.,m. Evening DTC Wmblp led Holy uohari.t 'lo. 4th aid:

Martin County Auduban Society Board ORGANIZATIONS he had played a rart 10494" erlflurt of the central buiuneM the report perhaps? 1:10 p... Wedne.day Preye .** lib II :00) : .a.1.JO Holy..m..Eurharlut 1,1001( .nd'rd.

Ird Puhunt.-'M.TU.I.. at nooi. WIlbur Mn.8.?.Forfeit....at hnm Girl.*'. .'_Friendly Mre.. Jack Society: Wbltleef the final report, hut thnt apart Near the end of the section on district A landscaped picnic area Consensus wa that the $1.200wa ID,,. Choir prattle. follow. 4th. Jtbl Mornlnic Irl,., I lind aidTkuralay

M C. Aaeoclatlon roc Mental Healtk frl. I ....... It Mary ClImb from being. a member of the team population& !study, comes this lulu: should I aurround the existing a whopping price to pay for a RIO BAPTIST FIRNANDM' I. and Holy Dayai 1:11 >.m.

...... ..... -ROT. Donuld. Snhroed.r St. 1._" Cullg that completed the land use pat. 'Eventuality dealt with the ultimate Youth Center; a fishing pier might; batch of planning truisms which RllV.; ACK... and 10:(10 a.m.. Holy i,nh.rl t.
|nd Th.... Riot: flttnda* School Summer Srh.dul.l, I,Oil aid lISt
Reef a.m
uuou. P..ld.., be considered the north end
Mra FdwaM: Xlnielta tern. major thoroughfares and potential of development It could have been taken much more 1/,0', ..... Morning Wor.btpta. ..... aund.,..
M. C Cfc* tr, American Cancer Society let II..... I p n, 8heol public facilities had merely followed answers the of 'what of the picnic area. and parking economically. from a college textbook : ,.... Training Union
Vhslrmsn-Mallury John ion St. JoMob. Holy' Nnatt .....t ; I ViOl ,.m. Evening Wor.hlp EPISO..AL
on whre of area should be provided along -even though "salted witha .. St, .
Martin Memorial Heepltal Au./II.., Proold.nt-H. Rinm.rln, I ucce! Hion more no than when. Because of 1:41 ,.... Wednee. Freyer Meeting aACRMENT- .

....Id.n.Mr.$ .. Karl Sloneliurner Th... befor Snd S...., Ipm.. gcbool planner hud k'i. off. the degree of predictability. diminishes I I. Flagler Avenue.A few recommendation about Stuart TROPICAL FARMS aJv. LOUCII
let Moa. Hret Matlonal' BanHMen' - -- - The 1 ; for that should he obvious BAPIT-H..I 5:10: a.m. Chunk Behoolfil
-- - masterpiece which refcn in accuracy proportionately six-year) program a capital to any LEWIS ITA 'CIL. ..... Holy JCacharlat

"..Id.nt..R.. Cordm..Clubtm.l.huub.Rlurt N. Frh4ash BOYS SCOUTS STUART OF AMERICA to IV'6 proposals and quote the to the length of the time of I improvement budget I Is advised one who has lived here sit month. lint Ida, ..m..jn. Sunday Murclnl School Worohlp CHRIST MEMUIA..lt. ......

Tuei. TilQ ..m.. N. C. Agr Bldgtlartte. Troop. 4OO-HxutmaiUr. Rnbrt" Pack I960 census rcpciu{ llv contama development A second guidi for in the report, to include to 1 Inc p... Training' Union WhiUr 10.. ."rl

Wod: 7 no pm. American Legion Hall mention but a few item*, a new Only S per cent of all fulltime tea ...Evening Wonhtpm. CHURCH OF COD-Indlwtawn
County Retarded Children Aeen. -- -- -- -
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Uatterman' Shkt 40S-Ad l.or. r.rl: Pulp fire substation sidewalk, general college coeds are married while 100DUNKL: ,. W.d Midweek Pryc REV KVEKETT MOSS
Thur.. .
Ird Tkura.: 7lOpm.. Cum::: Km. tit Nat. % Ipm 444-u.Alcisu. Much.I Churn.. Kd, Kh-khart Alh.upRt.quzdrun paving program and park acquisi- 44 per cent of all parttime coeds MEM'L. ."rT-U41'ntew. II.01 .a.m... Sunday BrhoorlltIO

.National. .....,..... AususlathupPiu.ldust.'Mrs. t ::'p..t pm, N.th: Church Alb.ny' St. are married REV TED LOTT Ill MrInssWenanlp
Barllara Ann LlndaeyPalm 4t0.-.Cub.u..rnr: : P: D $Humel tion."Should U0 ..m. Sunday Intact p m Fvanlrc W.r.hlt.
Ith 1100.. Comm. 0' JOO .rtf. 4th Mnn. "SO p.m.. Lalholla .School the city want to launchon LiftO 'L Aln ICItTIPIIIICXTMOIITIS lie* em. Morning: Wurahip 8 let :. WoO._.Young o '* PI"Iud *
Cub din Training UnlooWorehlp
Pack 410-Cubm.nt.r. .. Horen p.m.
Lake. Park Clvla Aeeeclatloa ( ,. I more ambitious program: 1JOIII: p.",
eat Mo TilC
Youth Centn lnl.
.." .c..II MeltonIrd. pm. the report mentions, "there art I III'.TY In u ,alr.p-papI, ..m. I k Servle CHURCH OF THI UOOD SHEPHERDIkVlIMER -
Monday, FIrst, National Bank JENSEN!: BEACH ,- \01HB I' tl.lI(1 ""011 HIlls.
Troop 401- coiitm..t. r. J. D tookadoo ; t' means of obtaining additional oth,* la hereby rlvfn that bid* a T. JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Eul IOU It. L ALE
Wed. 7 HI ...m., Community. Hall fund. Revenue be increased will b* repaired by lbs Hoard ofounty REV JAN JANU8 EWgKL dim. Till. a.m. Holy .
felni City C..... clubemfd.ntMIs. Cuk.. Ptek 401-Cubm..ur H. Qihia4ih ,4 I I ft7 4 may (' Cnmmlaiilonera of Martin (lndaln. .<-. .S T.01. ':UO.) It :00 Stint ...... Pariah Kucharlat, Barmen
? Mabel Pin" W J. a pm, Lemmunlty Bull by changing the tax rate or County' .Horlrin In the nfflro! of .. dayii Mon .Frl. hIllSaturday and Sands gekool
tnd Thun. I 10 .... CM Ceo Cub: P.CM 401.-cukma.tr: O fthlnea.Jr .. other taxing action. Operating cost Ih. clerk of th. Circuit C'ourt al 7:10Confn.lonai .
.aim City CM O.nlu4hu. lib Wad, 7.0. ,.m., Leglin Hall k .\ ,' the Counlv (nnrthoim pltmrt. KlorI Bdurday* and Tfcurndayebefore JENSEN BEACH COMMUNITY
.... _Andy Zgllnlekltnd ... may be reduced to provide Ice I its. urr until BXii: A.di. January 12 fret Friday of month. Oil, Skylln Dries, J..... 1..1
I Tun.. Clvle Center ?"' ,- - - way for capital needs. Special as.setsment .- 1501, for the folio;"I ln deacrlbeii I 1 ass ., .It Sill ,.... set. NEWTON M. TWtID1;
lEU ICE CLUBS property 1:11 a.m. Bnnday,
felaelana OaroVae Clvle Aeaoeletlo. C..._ Club ef, Ituartlr..idnt..4hul.u may also be considered: ST CHRISTOPHCM CATHOLIC 110: and U '.,.. Mornlntr Wonhlp
_ldent-JIo.. 1 W. II..... I 10:.. Slonum ("You are old, Joe Crowder: th civil 7)..fps* S-way n s 4 I It Heee Sound Tll p... Thnraday. Mldw ak SarvioaJEHOVAHS

lei. Mon. I paw kernel Wed. II DOO",. Townhouae KeeUnraMIndlantewn I young man said and your hair it Juqulpmenrn M..'. at T and t ..m. Bondey Road

fart ....... a... Amustatlu.ldmttW.lt.r Is ICIw.nl. Cluk white And pcclft'sliona( 1 110"
turning yet incessantly .
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BenMin i ha mad to th w.t: SCIENTIST-724 EMI 0 Blvd. Mond.-7: p.m. Blbl
let Thar.. I ..m.. C..... Cento. Wed1( re.ldant 11;i.::.. Hlnat Semlnol' IM stand on your head. Do tin ('."n', civil* offl I".''*..nan of th Dlredoy* II 00 tin Bundur Thvralay-7:10. Mlnlatry 8bo 545REDEEMER
lr. Tbure Beelal. C.C.Purl lIds WorahlpItOIrm Barvla
t p.m. Supper you think at your age that i aright U8 "'1..1.. Htreef, Hlu.rL an: : Mornlnf Mtlnv

: Salerno CIvil D..... I..... limb LI... Clue'r.iWentKcl r.' ''' '") 't'lis. Hoard of .County CommlaalonareT7r1" Raiding Room Wed,l'RS ToetlmonU.'1.,1.. A..Meeting. V... LUTHERAN-E. OtMn PIt
rirehouw tnd Tuoiday, TiCS p.m. Hchmldtt : rIght to rriwtom any Around Sit REV. DONALD K. BC ROBIJt.BKlO
AI. CI.II Club .Ir4 We,*, till pm. ....001.. But. grant you "The City of .'- ..... I HOI.on.D,m. eiceot kollriara. 10 and lOtHO ..m. .Wor.hlp
Phl..t.-- Henry Bpenretl.t Juplwr-Hooe ,I Stuart should be careful not to > OFI' corvrT pill. .. Sunday School Blbl* lies
roo I.OTd Klwanla ClukrnMlUent (IVMIfWIDSKIIH. CHURCH 0' CHRIST-nM Pu. lab,Rd .
Thura. Clubhouae "Robert \\1 overextend I itself I financially." MAKTIM I 'OlTNTt! JI'RIDA Miulasnu 6HRIST THE KINO LUTHERAN
: \t1114
hub \
taart Woman' ( m. Maria Hy: HI ASK. AAtHA Juplt.r
Vandrroof (Well that should help all con- KE'TH' .
roe.-Mr. Cornelia. Rtary Club .0 Stumiyrusi.l.ctflr Chairman : ..... Bible Study JOHNSON P. _
led Wed. t.10 p ..... Club Building : cerned.) <\ 14 lt I 00 Church
ig.j Warablp end CoBmoaloo.JiOO "I. 8.10.
Ronal I B:. AlIt.. ,' : hHTr 'otl\ : a..
lh: *00 ..... '
fekebul. Card.. Croup Wed. 11,U pm.. fiada Wlnda A section of the report which roFJo1"1IJ ,... "..nln. Worahlp 10 10 .oo' CI.
Chairman.-Mra. I!'.bert I. Koato* ,. Ml I'r"'I'MIX TO Hill Wedne.day : a.m Morning Worahlp'IRIT
fat .Wed, ID a.m. humus Stuart Krw.nl. Club j. will no doubt prove popular with .Th* M..Pt*. {'.. iwfona, f ill .... MMweek. Bible. Btndy ME'THQDIST-iaoo
; .: ... _ Pro.ld.nt--Ir. H. $...... Hlp.on 'IL 'non-residents of Stuart is that on Ilartla' ('r"I} I-"ntr."IV11> JI rrlvlnrlln RiV ALLAN R. STUART Co. .
Tbu.... hilt ,.m.. Town H... Poul.t. In the ,uhic, oC the THE CHURCH OF ODD-Fleglor. I I:41 ..m. Mornlnf WorshIp
CHAMBERS OF COMMEKCBHofc annexation ( ..tll lv, CIvil" Prima, REV. MftALPIN
..... Stuart HI. Dane. Club : rot"No" .t BILLS lIAR a.m. Chureh School
$ .unP.ll.nb41usr1S O I mmIT4 Pra.ldint- cg::*. According to the report any of 448 Platter, Mtp'q.e, In I4t"rt, "I'i I 00 ., School hill .... Mornlnt) Wonhfp

Tuee. ....*.. Community Coot** Thun.. Ipm.. Youth .._ _ three thing indicate a chang In tltil SIt.P-il f"llsn-ing': LsJ. tlrrrnhrr s'nhl'ts.: whIch In, lIed, T,:10.. a.Mnrni's p.m. Evening W Worship or.hl 5:50: pm. foul F. .*.h'P'

Beacn Area Stuart LI... Clubl'ruald.nt..kli.uorb j from a rural to an urban setting. luring .r'.d r.,. p.1,11. asIa lnl.r 7 ::10 ,.m. lue., P.., .. TRINITY METHODIST- ._ .Uaak
P..hI.nlH.lrh E. Campbell : Schnurbuatk. ; and lead lbs r"'lulr.m..nl. LIt anttrlh by 11::10 l>.... Tburi, V.f.B. l.nl. BKV. NEIL CUNSAUUB'
presumably might to an-
I 41 .
... Mon. .....10... I um.Wt Ind.4th Wed." T P.m., Town Beue. __ a.m Sunday School
'. negation: :lb. the jslrrn'turptyrilu THE UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 1.00 Wonnlp B.r)le.
Sri..... Stuart Soropilml.t Clubi.hl.ut'I.uule. I 1 lInr'::;:n:: Aeenrp', JnuonyIllu, (Congr.gatlon.1 Palm City) '.1'...' Enoulog W"'h" lab .
: I. The division of land! into
0 Blarkma* I Miller : I I "' lily. WILLIAM E. WILSON, Paator Rnd lund. .
rreaMnt-Ipm.. Flrahouaa lot Ihura noon, Fl.mhiKO, Hotel 1 I parcels, oCtets thun len acres Tlia hloteg tue .,,1.. Inyinale: "n. 1:41: Wlircit-dtnhuaio. 0 .
.mart ted Thura. ..""n. Anahurage Y.sht Club i. The change in the use of land "I"k" ...,'I ati oss.ta I. body 11:00 a.m The 1..1.. Inu..r.r pro- OSCEOLA 11EV. D. H.STEET METHODIT..
Stuart I. .... Iru..k. n..t I In op..tI..1 r"nlI. nidpdibaa )
P..ld.nlo-R. M Cook* from a farm to a non-farm use!! tI..n. ll,,.. lInma 1,41. .... 8..01.l.h.1"rUO
lra.lil.ni III. R. (Honnr) N.l.on maw h. .n "t a m. to S p.... W.'tno.'isy. Wom.a l ..
tn4)) Thun, a. '
I am fuea, til* p..., Pink JouyVETERANS 3. An increase in population in Ihe Martin "otntc' M.....",".. ('''nt.ol.1.IWrj ,.,'. .U..hl' Won.a.. Mia.lonary orning Worship aocMy m*.u
Retail DM.loa
nf.rch.nt. - - - to the where the 1.oVl: n. C'I'JLr Wad. of *. at I. "
Chsfrmmi-I.UtP Num.ut any area point I !..:. \ Al' .::1'1.1..1"1n : f Th.. .1 moat ..
Thur.. Gh.mh.r Building 1 -- A. W. KEATOV: .
I- -Cth It.i'$ OkO"NtzATlON'Ar. FI'rr.r: J:r4. '... Pra S-ni.*
i : ,
mil kIlt : : Plrwior
.... Legion, Jeaeen ....b .' --- ,,"". n*... IT 14. t nMtiirrv inn. ('<>i STY ji irr.: mi nrii tat ,.... Board of SUwardl
CONSERVATIONAnwubea Commend.. ,.-.hugene; Clrlmmtnd J\OTI' M' < >tnuHIM" oriiiOf -: Tbu, aaeh aiontkt

..oclatl'Pr..hl.olo ..4lk. Mon, I P ... Legion Ball I I sits l'IITISNMFIS'' ? KOH nm. l'n5'TII'. II. iiri.join .'|.-\..|.: MOIIIDt SOUTHERN. METHODIST
-M I',. Virginia R roitnd .." Bully | hi>r.,l>v a.lvr-11 that I H c SlIt\Ii i,'OH Vime IS HIOliOiill THB I i57MTSTv R> V. CHARLrS o. .
Tue. 7 ium, lIuu.i ,cmtlflr Amerlcaa Legion, Stuart ". tiif) 'I. : ii"lllINTii4lMPRY .... ItNNlTT
pm IL % :Ii will h* remind il bvI i. hereby ailVHn 'that blila t lila: Worship '
,tni Tue.::. I J> oi.: Ru.. mtg. ..I.hruryhush Ci mmander-Charlei Kltaen lit. Hmro1, of liihlln Inairurtlnn' ofMuriln Will 1 Ira r.rHv.d by th. riuarrt of flEA line ..... Sunday 1..0..
lid and th FrU S r m, Logton Ball ountv. ronntv rnmml. THIMMKHOTICR. ) silo
Waltew Leegu tlirliln .t th* of.fhe nlnn"ra or Martin : p.m. Epwortk Loan.
FreeldenrCkariea Kindred Amerlcaa: Lofton, 1....._. of thr Hupurlntrmlpnt of Tub. f'"nlv. P'iirldu. In ,?.. .r,.,... pt n..r..d ) ,.I* Ev.nlng 8r.|
,l.ljrl.. I P.II10\ Mat, Bank Lommender: ,Blfby4th "YOU CANT WIN". says Ralph Kramir Tiger halfback After He Inntmminii nf Mnrtln CountyPlnrlln lh. Clerk of thin ('In"lilt Court at \ Til C ltl.plIoIi': 7,15 p.. Tu..d. M.r,.a Mutiny
Bat. I p a* In tho Omtrt H,iuo at Km. the Cnnntr Coiirthouw. Htuart, l'lor. All the rrelltora if th* 57.tttsIf 7:50: p.m. Wdna..lay Vrar.r MM
presenting a whip, on behalf of hit team to Couch J, J. SunmClau : : M'tnlleul"t't'y Re. Telnimer,
Jnnlor Ceniervallea. Club art Horlln, tin to In DO o'rlo,-k A M Idit nn until. .in: Januarr II : : I Iq"lr.d FIRST
...., lAG P.... Stuart Youth CeaUItiiart Araerlea. Leglen Aualflary Jiaaigj Bout William solely for his use in controlling his reindeer, Krlrtav th. tilth. dar of January. 1"ft5. fur the r"lIowl"lr dp.r'rlb.j; teaael 1, lire hereby notified, and : RISC. METIOD.TI.. _.
... _Mrl. km ma. IIn,... t loon. for. all\ material ."d labor. "roPPrt,1' tn fit.aiy.'loimanr IrCURMJC&
Sailfish' Club '"id.4th. Muss I p... Ralph is the victim of Williams' obviounly erroneous idea that the nmaaary, fir Ih. eos.t''tI...linn of ounda wh"'h thri' mac 10...,. .", 1:11: "m. S'indar '
Prealdent .W. O. ttlmpkln ("1.11 no,..... AI..t Warning ...1 *att. In the btttiya th.. 110. am. "rniol Warabi..
let Wd., S pat, ceneral eeetlnglid American Leiwi Atnlllarr I Stuart gift referred to the way he drives the player during training 1114 Addition In KupinC l0yutrniR.qu'c'i. ('oln'r' Judl' or MerLin (oln'y. : p.m. MYP
Wid, I p.ak, dlrocltre. let NatL Bk. Pr.aklunt-Mnt. There. ;Brown Martin i.,iiinly Hi'hoola .'lorl'la, ..nurlhou. IOta. 'rl p m. Evening Wonkla
"ln-4th Mon. I P.m, *, Hall Photo by Mike StoniTOP Martin County, lurid* fur srt'-rlftnationa tll arc, .'lurhlR within HU
FIREMEN ORGANIZATION,* Martin County ._.... W.w.I v.t maaComm.nH.r .... ....... :: : h. ",".1.. tll iii. urn.... of ii,, M... dor m..h. from lb. dsts" nr (hi tl4l ..m. Thu.. -.. Bealor Choir
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.4'harlel J. Dlffendal at whlih time anil plane they will tin county ( 1\\1 licfrna* Dlrntor flr.t of thla FIRST PRESBYTERIAN .
fenMU Bearh "I.....* AunlliargPru.ti.uiMru. at-lru "'rL.- J. II. (OommuDit 'Male k.. o pnOiI I and read a Inn,I. .4< rl 1..1.l.r Hirer, Hiunrt Curb rlalm or demand m".':ot. MAILOLM A. HARRISP..J.T
Merle ro'ltl riun and upailfloallon' .uanre on Th. Hoard of County C'nmmlaalnnJIAIITIV wrIting. and mii-t state 'h. plaoe jjEy. A. SYDNEY
lit ..on.... II pmIcnacn Martin. County Barracka Au.lll.ry I fll. at the ofll. of the Iliard ifluhllo ... mu.,,.. h. night 10 rrjurt any- nf r..l'l rena.,4 Tout nrfli.* ad .014. am. Worh LOWRII AHI.t
Beach Velunwr Fir. Deoartmeatfr. reildent-Kleanor: K. DttfendalIrd In.cruitlon nf Murtln loun- and all bid.. dreaa of lb enlulosntan 4 mint be 10,no. a.m Rundar Bchoil
UI.nt--Ja.ik Adilya. ..'.1.. I ".tn.. New Co.... Chunk ty at Htuart. Horlda; at th. offUo* 1100101 II (5!' I"'OfOSTY worn tn by the ,elaIne hi. cern II t t50 *.m. WorshIp Service
.. I rirenouufrl Vu t.reu' Council el Marti CeuatyThalrmtn of ArmaironK i'ry.r ant A...H'Ial I- 'OM'''"1410NF.ft". or attorne). or It Mill brooms void 4:11: p.m. Young pei.pie',
in *
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I Arnhlt.'t., at 1I''I.t tho : naNTT: .oftlA arrnrdlnur lo lAW. F.lo..hlp
Salerno. Firemen'. AalUu'PrP.sii.ut. -Jol;a. W Bern A.J.I'! I'Ian Hoom In Vie.t Palm Hy: FHASK A. WACIIA Haled thla led diy of pecemberTUI .. HRESBTT ERIAN IOMMUNITYrRANtnT -
S Wuart L gl .
Mon p > '
) Itattf Ji hninn Km h; th K \\ 1 ndg* I Ian H..m Chairman Ipso '

Ird. Thun.. tu. p.m, rirehoun V.F.W.. ltu.rltomm.uinr.Duneld InVo.t aim Httatli. th. .ri. 11.r n Pub: TIne. 17, 24. it. tUM Ail's'F.l 71ili'l"itAt IKON. Pa.tor
.Auamlition: .. I.loanlrltt cClb. .lit: a. .
('utnei'tra I Inn Itium .
'FI. I.
fert Salerai. Velunteer Fire DeaertaMal Auallnnd '' ... ', TIllS tot *' ; nr- I"ni. 00 a. Worahlp ;.. ,'.
Oulden ulel. BiUdlas. I In 1. l'it'! and tu Ivntral or. try JI nap," CO! HTIV ii' .
PtMld.ntRobert JohniouUtlrd 4tb Thure. I Ida Hullli-ra hxihange: In Orlando I' I.. ., b IJ FOJ11 'RTI" liii Ile. Trimmer. I>rpi>' Jill ,.. Youl Fallowaklp
Tuoa, Flrehoua. .. .. T". h'l.llltlll'. nt'ablTpflslB I ... Wad, Adult .
VFW. lndie.loweonrmaud.r.Jumph. t'opl. uf anld plant and! apm 111' otr.iiTEK .1 'loath
,. - - W. Vrcetonetlrd ration may b. obtained at the offUoof IT l>"0iTH' K. 1M. Alt cm.v. for F''lutl' WD. UmrTAJtlAN Co.
.., the Arrhlteit .p..n di-pii.lt ofuntil pr. .
**aala Capter Ordup .1 D.Mulu7 Had Id* p.m. Hem Oil' Stones 1"lorlIsPub. .. Pi Cm..oo", '
: ) fir e un'h avt hull Iliac"I of '." a,". Bick.
aator CouncilorJ.n; Jeyds I. VFW. "'...11.....,.. Stuart t9 laid. di-pii.lt to run.. art of dncu HA R All A. COt**:/. ) .: Ihu'c.1' ?, 14. II. mf ""o..hlp *.-. 11.. ,, .
.. till ..... Maionlc Teaiplo 1.. I Iiiiuc'
.. .U Man. Commander-Mra. J.nnl Smith menta will bo refunded lt> aaoh sjoTirw' wi7viiA-/.na loud.. 110001 40 o"d..
*..... Maeoalc Ledge leI.Ird WdU flold.n Oat BulIdletMI3CELLANLOUI l Uen.'rAI 'utirartor upon return 0' oTKr ttTtTini To PENTECOSTAL
paid dorumeusli within' 1.575557 TO aid. ". Rlat.'I'din.s._
.t.-.cb.I.U. K.Ik .. ten Oil .10"T..1 .Um..fR
1HNollio a
WoMhlpful I J : %A CUHTIS
lclrd T..u.. '.. t p.... Maeoalc lemplaaw aye att-r to openintfniient of blda an T1IH Rutn BTATH ft. 1>.'Vu. ,|i||>.\ TO I. .1''TI'r''I' that the. 11:14 ...SKINNLS. Peas,,
upon a bnna 'lth. bid a omlrlllari. 8"nd.8'01
Millar C,"'.. Elk CUD Ak Palest from acid Clenera.1 fun trad''o', All ntlnl.tratru of th.rait*. ..C Jlntah u".lln.: j Inn unlr*l b-sm.the of prorlnlon.KlorlHn, tH Til: .* ....... lo." B..nll..1 .
Dorothy Ilardl other dxpiwltora will b refundedIII A. Cola. decenaed. Ill .Houth llower \ ; We ..
p.u.ld.nu-Mr.. Cuuumend.p.-.lieltutteul J. P. Itroag Art I I'r\ 41, mill 1 rmUtrr with th* .Jlbl I.
lad Tb...... t p..... Ribs. Lodge .an dnriimtntaa flreet' Dre-nMllo. ""'hllr.n, Ituih CETHSEMANE .
M..I. Tu... .,.. 1:I* m, so'I\ : '* >., lOut. Clerk in the C.lr..1 < '> t Michigan
1 A.hley

.... Slims. PU Ckepterpre.ld.nt SororityMellon Committee. of 100 e obtained priiuinir"! apun roma.payment aeta.( atluai may- Snarl' r ,. Vl?..,{?...*"_"",. if....".."... h 11usd_...._ .: rwMpt for Martin of proof ,,f rlorlilm;: l ,oP' C..b.O CHRISTIAN 5tt I...CHURCH... b.o.h
Zot CII.lrm.n-l Camb.lCua.uti Ihl* notice. the flclltlom 1. BAKER JR.
-Mre. B i Abbott E .. Dlre.tor-Ro.. Phllh..... The proiioaed oonntrirctlon will son. 1117 IlarisnI. Ilugime; w. yti i ; ,: : wit. nam I. 'tl. a.:. loud.,, Blbi. Anhuui''lt
1It-''''' Thun, S p..., Borno* Ill W. Oeean Blvd.. AT ,...llLady eon.lat of four .p"r.l. project eml'ruJct't lean: TImothy l4uhhuzn' WhI,. ; PELIOAV ovnrrv MART Pill a." 8un",. WorshIp ,
,..Uoo.: ('r.ek Iliad. Psul tub., Mlchig., imd.T Ida: ,.m. Thurudar, .
w* will In Bill
n Stud
XI CanuM PU Chapter Golfer Ai.e ltkm firers .Iarvia, whh.1 .
bit ( ,.
pr.nId.nh-'Mrs. Joe fin I.. Pra.ld.nt-Mra. Bill Harta.ll I 4.047; N... toO Two ClaMrnom h'uute: .'n. I, ltirminghem I ,"M'i.t': : I : bu.ln., our prlnrlpul plnreof
In Part
Balrno, Martin
1..-.... TIt...... t p...... cornea Tu... III* am, M. C.loll S CIIJ.Club. AMIIIon In. 1'ort Halerno .:1.. .tg.e Ju1trn. UI2 t..hhe I'.t.. County. Fl*.: that She parllei
fcamrhtan ., the Amerkan R.VSItstIu.Ru.mt..MrL rni ntary eh !hool I'ort Cali-rno, lnginuw. !Mirhlgant \\'t'nd.lI 1,11 P10,50 4 1 In' .H boIlnop.urs L
Lively Arm Club t'lorl,la. O'ni.' 'I.w, 'heinhtiu I I Waldo S
Marjurla HomlMM 4rA Iok:4' H. and JAMES H. I Stuart
...... .._Mra, I.. A.." ArWgMtrd A, Ffenham. N.F:. Celar r'fRI.Palm City..Plurlda. ro. Rotary Club
Xkun.. Frl., Id ..... ao... Trojn-t No. 1. Four riaearoomA prlng-a. Michigan, Freaton R Cub. 'F1 th. are mi ..'10.., pfr.ornntre I
Club ,lilltlun to liunkar Kl-m.nlary. CVdar HnrlaaMlrblaani. flout Meet Ill IS
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In aald hnInrao. .
r"S... .a WrlgKt4lm MenUs e...., Fair 'Auuu.latlnUPyusIlutttuB.ep :r .; ;' W _____ $..h..I. Hob Hound", Florida.I'rojert role, <;rJ;* rlnga. :!.' )| II. F'COOI'F.H I D.. Roneld _E. Alllaeg, I
;,1J'rtr \I1M
Mon, 7 ill p.m.. Maaunl* TenpUAualllanr Higgle.at cute s'ltbl. ,., Cod's. : ., P. Pro.rdeat
Plum Mon.. Tilt P.tmu AgrlenHnral\ BWg L No.' I. Two rl...'...... Ml.'hlr.nl. Ilnal-e M. v.......... Ced.ar Pub. C-"A'U.EI "YU'Ttn. I Murkb
to A,l>l11Ion to Hooker Park i.l.> Hprlnya, MIrhlcan: John Vi. (01.. .. 1. IU I L SeereterrSUNRISF
set 53 Martin Caunty Gelf .*. Ceualry ChIt -ntary Be hool., Indlantowa.Contrartur Iiala rX Vlanhlna-ton.
t?;Mattiarub. Oledu Lusmea: Pra.ld.nt.-Id Rlgbe. OMAN in the Miillish contest on Saturday was Mrs Robert Flo'ld.. Holland Mlehlgani Robert Avrnn('01.,; SOTIelO lIP' "T..T... TOtttttiltuTl'R I INNCITY

... I p._ lOUP HaU ... T.....,14. ..., Clukhene. Pume Pompamr Beath who received a cup for two releases IT Hay Ph,.* Iirlv. LenaBarh.. "' 'TU'I. XMPNuliy '' II --_
tMl*>ee dust Oraer .< Odd CaM... l'roJ..t No. 4. Fnllt Classroom rallfornla'' : fnnatanr* I. h'r.hv given .10. lhr I
5 able Oread-Louie Chaaoa Mertln Car F_ ateoMl a'd' A"n.lnl'lr'llnn Adlltion t. 41.Hi r.'. 9 Mil. llond, NorthvllS: drrala-nrdi under th* prorl.lnnarhantpr _
onto.lob. D. (IrS! l ra.Mei, .-AlWrt Kruega \1..14. alvhuul.. ldIai.1a. Mli-hlran: nicbard r.l.. IIIII Ann of 10"U. Lawa of Florida. .
at-s.d uus.. 0 ..., lOOP Hn lad Thara: 5.eleSla Ian "Iurld.. dale nelrotffirhlaan; ""' ..m.* ArIa or l 1151. wil TrimS l ,.r with th.
{'nl..101... Mill ..... .* SY.eh.. Ctork "r 51,. 'Ir..lt ('nuP In end
a Indian River. Bjuampmeat U Amateur. Radl ClubPr.U.lrnh.dhuues. may aubmlt bid. for Ington Puss Rl. not'heater. Mlrh for Martin County. open
Chief Petrlarck.-Thurmondtnd WII.o. Boner. any or all\ of th* above named proj- Iran. : Juno Hu .4tk Tue.. S P... IOOF' Boll ted Thura. I p.m.. Bt. Jowpn Ko.ltlala "'to.h.e. .."....h..... 4K.I W. It Mil. Rd. null. tb. f..Utou. cams, t. COMMISSIONSTUART

.1._ Beech ...... Club and AuslUarFiealdrnt Martin C.u.ty' Hwtrtcl SotmtF ; I.a.hi.r's bid shell t'hm'h! km, hIaJIII annum II..Y nlPd Nnrthvlllo. Mlr-hlraa: DTM: Cole' .. IIHAfltiWICK
c/o ronatanc
irnham" 4II 4 \\. IROHIRI
--George TllttwjTa Pruulduttt--Rulsud Merrell order or Bid Bon,I In th. ......nnt t Mir R.... Mortbvlll. Vlcblaran under which w* In
Wl.mda5U.H&5I) ,._w... and Mun. lilt p.*. Flrat National B>. of 1% of SIts bid payable to skithuerd I end .u 0th.r _....,. ..... : ...10..-. bavin our prlnrlnal slat.at .
PmutduzhMrS. .. J. B. eo. ChimeOue.t..lui. ..... of lublle lnutrstiun C\f blur'Ite TOW AUtO: N hni.t..u, In Utuart. ".rtln Ce,,.. REGULAR MEETXNG.CO
ItuddIb Fri.. Mul'lpl. LUtlg ... .. fltERTi"!
C lurlda of
InvItud .nt". .w. IbiS a ve.. .... h". .. I" Fh.: Ihay tho psrlla tml.t.atod
lo Maeouf Sa.rat.ry-Carl M. Tame* yond faith and >iMranteef>a; that filet by SVAITKn: M. COW' Anlflllarr In .eld' b".1.... .. I>.M1. HAIU
.& 0. Slurko lad.4th T*.... I a... I he auraaful 10101,... will.. ....lito Admlnlatrafor In e.M a Court ''W1 and FHAIK IAIOWtl of P \ 2nd ass .

P CItop- .Palm City Hem* D*_enetratlan Club and rurnlah to th* Hoard of j'ubiiilulru.'li.'mt nravlnv. for an Ortter CJrantln* him "'lo.ld. and .. MONDAYS
_.5... Ha...M .t..... tf Martin Coiinlv. Fl'r'ida. t_.* to Bell at ITIrate Bnlo. the no other poraona Intereeted In paid,
.. .. .
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rrM.o.n Mn. Illaahetk Pattereel s bn.d b .uruty S015.Slit. followlnar "u.IA-.
let.Ird 1iI_. B p.m.. .!lei let Tin, III* .... GIrls Oeate :itt 10.bsainus ; .f th. etate deorrlbmt.aituni. romI lying proneety and b.. FRANK "IRIWIC 5 City HaD

Cispiur ........... Keaad Club Florid* and e'nplsbie tt th* Own Inc In MartIn Caunty. Florida PA'L "*
'.10"-11" H14) ."...11' ... ,... !*...; of th* Cent nut prrf* : Ptlk. : 1*. 17. 14 ||. 144 hl AlwirGETHSEMANE Wel .

....4tll W.*.. JI *-. J_ id T'q' within ten |a> day after being: ''>t II). PloHr tt of ntrmnU .
all I A ; pU'>M awaii-d lbs rontrari aalil I bond I'' .. #1. areordlna- th. Vial or l5TrTUntu

Order ., Ralakow lor Girls liul.us Part ......* Hem Pemeaatmtl ClukPre.IA.nV glut,uni. ..elngr. thv perforniane*> of .......,..d In Slosh S a r net a. .f" rirnTini KKINollr. I .-

Worthy Tnea AdvleorJudy. til* B. *"Ie .....,.. Mr. tlllak NewHnit .aid I .>.tre. I. and payment of all ._ at, P n i.. n...... I new ,I. h'rrhv frlv.n that t... -
Ut-tr4 rtchi. talnlnathr.l.v., th. premium > MartIal Count* Record nndorvlirn.il under lIre
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Tb. ill
I : pClvi. said bold Iw bo eli
P .1 PsIm I.bub.bIIluttl paid by nf Chaattr :'*1t. laws of F1rl<*a. '
Umud, Mm. 0_ Hall Riptide PUrera. ol Merlin Coontp CuTirnlord and you ar. "...". roonlred I.. file .\iM of Mil. Ill| fecl.ter. with lb.t'krb !
"..... Sen, t .-. lOOP lIaIJ Pmald.et.-.Jnh.ultt. C. BhwM nf Public. lnitrnroof our written def-neee thereto withIn a f th, rtrrntt rv .. In ciA I II Ior Church of Christ

Klfc tdgCaaked II,. ,Ird Thura 4 ...... General M.tta| Martin roeinty. Hortd, reaenreoth fort* Oas dr* "hoof' tho flretnblleaUon Martin County, I. I Irr.lpt
.UMri-JeneM PubS t :
reject and all bidi.cud hereof
any Bhouldl you fellshnr.Iu I of proof of publlraflnn"
Buler- ;...| U. ltaoU *>t Tkura.. P .._ Bl, 1 laoa Meeting t. walw anv Inform.lltleTHK *e...... will ... entered< In .hi* notlr. tk* flrtltlnu _
0 ,.?.. Monday. ... I eel. Inlet Veekt Club 1'0\1\0 OF PIHlf I du* ron,*:; noon aa'd pettttnn. : 01. flawrh s Beach

.._ Sbrtoe Clubpmm4t.sllJuhe I iJ.iP 0.- llewkon (INRI'Rt'rTIl'iN' l.'lTr. OF MARTI 0,WTTVFM saId t".ure.m, .t hand.,.and..re.the Murtle peel .."tLI1 O.ITJ I"'OXREI hi 1.lf you tovaag ". hip
let .
CtaMV.ert lIk'nn.
I MeS... Y..., Cliithuli4 Thar Ipm.. Teekl Sty (I. Culn. P'burbdu' lha 7th. day .f ,..1"... havlM our .re..1 nlatwof Iimd.. a a.t _
1.4 Tuuz. P.m. Beard el ....._ ('10.1....", .0 Th. IIsnrd otl'ubii. twrrInh.r.; A Is liii.MAUISPW kn>inM in "'..rt. "arl" CnunT pnumuls. lb. .a..10 t.a.builsu.

c-__ Tr..s' '......n'-<'II.r.... R. Sloeum I........"... u1 Martin i. IOHVUOM; I n.: tlMI th* ... ...<. w a __
: I Cttul7. r..4.. ,.. .*m .b.abnno, taawdta .a mttatto
hut Thun. SankStuart I tm
.I .. NaU : A"Ro
tI Th.'L.'r:= lOOF Mud Ipm Com P. IIII'At.': Im'T't wM FRAVK apt H..I. a *.*. .>y.

I1.dmd D........ al t... Cu.tudmmep Blimp SealeryPn.l4nt ATTCFT''ttsoaiAs: I WKUVir AVT THTHIOW.ittomevn rlnrada ad .'fPWttK.. <""day o
urii.se.Mi. B. I. Oon -...T1ieme. tUnienwey TOP WOMIV:. on SunJ.y, with two release WM ).In. H ynet u cwocycrWretarr : for Petitionert no nih.. pr nna lntrat4 la paIdbunSen. Sl
of Th* Sued of I F pida.. I ... *3t .
Nunsu..1W' n-t tonal Ban .
lit led Moa
Imuds" I -. I
lad kdV of V..imm ... P.B. P.bUc till: *, Fort Lauderdate shown receiving cup from President W fublte. In.triMitaa 0 t Minln I p.' A fbi ??L .,...t. FloHrtvIrat n"' 1 "ut1W .
a. e-
Twist' Chro County, rionda. Pub r I Baker MfahfrrmE
....".. juzipb Ituhurts Ir. O. I : .
.1f.....".' "a--" ..... MalleaJe imPh C huM ... S ...._Z.... .5,.... iuuplun. ...., Po* .t. lU !N4. ;aa I. 1MI ukx It 17,"at".t lt... Pub 0 It,IHfl"Ct, I. 1..



Catches in I \\','nJiil I Hmkc, ae\,'n r">of R L Iiuiliitr 0.n1H'VIb.: Mrs. JJ-ells Is rWarf I1IC' STUART (Florida) NtWSy
I tour mch sailfish, Esther M. Jensen I MS.foot, two-inch sailtish. Mrs. Hartman-Moore Rites I I TeacherThe I ay. Uwmbet 34, 14 7-C.
I sailfish and Ejvmd M Jen-' Marjr Ann Oottstem Bellevue Wedding -
The Past WeekStuart ten three lailfnh l. aft anilen from Wash. seven-foot two-inch sailfish! spending the holiday. with MnI
of Mrs Jean
Melbourne, while fishing aboard I from the "Gannet II." with Cap appointment I li HueMy; of Rio ire her daugh
Sailfish Club has issued! the OodlM," with Cap am' Frank tain A A. \ShiticarA : welts as a teacher" at WarfitldSchool. confirmed i to and soo-in-law Mr. and Sirs.l
Held St. Church Here ImlwAtawn. wa
citations and buuons to the fol. CIOf'Jedi W. Natowkh, Cocoa !Beach at Joseph b the Board of Public InMrui I NN ,Ihum Mumper of Kansas r itvM .
I lowing i fishermen through the Mary E Van Home, Palm City I six-foot six-inch sailfish, Donald > Dec 14 I ,.. and tMr six children Shat-
lion on
Stuart Chamber of Commerce of tai'fish. from the Xaribce E. Reid Jr.. Patrick AFB ais-foot, .. an. Margaret, Kathleen Barbara
: withI .. ? ,...._ .-e...1 Mrs. Welhi win replace Mrs
lice: r six inch sailfish and Clayton' H. MM Kathleen Margaret Hart- .11I.1 I Huh. who are twins, and Billy
I Captain All RaphcU SNMI| C. Kara iiuiki, who hanoid
----- Cameron six-foot, six-inch sailfish man and William Terrence Moore I Phi older girls' Sharon and
KYtNiYYYYYYYYYYYYYMYYY. _,,.-.-.-.-.,--.-..-- away from this ana mo
..-.-. --------- married
... him the Howdee" with Captain were in ceremonies at St '
I SOCIETY NEWS I he' \llriiaret. are Muilents of Missouri
Bill Burdpe.I Joseph Catholic Church on Satur. Tho board also adjusted t
Renwikk. loach I ii,,emily at Cilumhia. Mo. ThoM '
I Citations issued! for sailfish and day. Dec 12 at 9:to '.m. Rev I salary. fordtheePion
aid Exteptinoul: arrived Dec 18 and
other varieties of fish went to Jan Januszewski officiated at the '''I r' nivrs
i I I $1 I* day retroactive: to
Claw a
Mary E. Van Horne Palm City double-ring ceremony at \u II t return after Christmas.
Parents of couple are Mr. and Doc 1; approved a trawl allow --
ei ht dolphin I 1-
thirty-six-pound\ -ounce
I Mrs. Ralph Hartman )r.. 1029:! L anon schedule for Edgar Norton,
from the (aribee, I
l Feast Tenth Street and Mr and I DCT teacher, at $40) a month: appointed GA STORAGE
t { Sam L. Uipfer II, Knsimmce, Mrs. Kenneth C. Moore Miami. 1' I Willie Smith as painter I
JI I IIt'ven.f,1ot sailtish, from the "Spray The altar flowers were t twohwlyueta rarsrrw on the maintenance crew and trans WAREHOUSE
III." with Captain Ray Young; of white gladioli, while \pollution department for sixty days
I Robert M Groo, Cocoa Beach, Jamie, pompoms.. and carnations fl'o.'C.. 2, at Sot a month; Storage by the
I sailfish, Stanley Sturm, Greensboro. Mrs. Eugene Grimm was orjiiw" N and! agreed to reimburse Laura I
N C.. sailfish Philip M Russell Evan, who drives her own car to I
Greensboro, N C.. sahfush, and 1M.Given in marriage by her father transport student fifty miles. a i I DayVeek
Frank R. Causey two sailfish, from the bride wore a !streit.length day at the rate of 10 emit a mile I Ii Month Year
Once Gannet II," :,
again find the with CaptainA
hope renewed, gown of white brocade with a tit- i -- ---- -
by the star of Bethlehem. A Whiticar. ted i'i"h and three-Quarter 1 length Ninety-nine per Kr* of all the USED FURNITURE *
sleeves. bodice had a iconipneckline motto in the universe, consists of I APPLIINCESAl !
VINCENT'S JEWELERS Per capita income in Japan In and the skirt a bustle ef I the two lightest elements, hydrogen ,\. GOLDEN GATE
fiscal 1963 was about $520:!( a con.siderable
feeL Her bridal bouquet was of and helium.
247 OSCEOLA AVE increase over the $418 white carnations I
of fiscal 1961 and the $461 of Miss Karen Hartman (tYYKYyYYYYYYYYYY YYYYrYYYYKYI+IY'tYrtYYYYYYtYYYYr<'eYYk'I
Mary ,
####### ###kaf11r1raa M111r>wIrIllrRa1f>tltlr rr1 fiscal I 1962:! twin sister of the bride was maidof r

6 .honor, Her !street-length\ sheath I
dress was of green salm; with short
sleeves, a scoop neck and the
v '57 Volkswagen sheath skirt hail an overskirt of '
"r+ $795 x'C"t FRasSr' Id t'+wv +
e" w Station Wagon the same material. The dress was
complemented with a white fur
pillbox hat and a fur !I
; y, '63 VolkswagenSedan muff trimmed with red poimu-t.
w $1495 tia satin leaves shoes, white gloves and! green i '

Kenneth Moore was. his. ""'n'*
tr best man. Ushers were Don Dowdy,
11Md'i + t { '59 III
VolkswagenSedan S895 cousin of the bride from West Y l
Palm Bench, and Maurice Mater. y M
? For her daughters wedding
Mrs. Hartman chose a "brown, yellow .
'61 Volkswagen and white flowered {print silk

More used VW arriving daily M w. deliver mtw 1965 ,Sedan ......... $1195 dress with a pleated skirt and ti.1
beige and yellow accessories" Her
ntodeb. corsage was of yellow carnations ; ab
'61 Volkswagen Mrs. Moore, mother of the

'Volkswagen '59 Volkswagen Sedan ..... $1195 bridegroom, wore a rose shantung I
Sedan . .. $1095 Station Wagon $595 sheath dress and a rose pillhox hiiu
Her flowers were pink carnations 'brw
'Volkswagen '62 Volkswagen 57 Volkswagen Following the ceremony arc. I

Sedan ....... ..... $1295 Sedan $1295 Sedan ............ $695 caption was held at the home of .
the bride parents The hrida'atable ,
30 UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE was. overlaid with a while s
lace cloth, silver candelabra andchrysanthmums I <
"I'noto by Mike Slono
decorated the
St. Lucie Motors Fort Pierce of the tahle White, yellow and
brown chrysanthemums were in For her wedding trip to Nassau I University of West Virginia Heis II
the \living room the bride chose a while suit trimmed presently employed as. a teacher
Miss Patricia (Hart was in charge with Kelly green' and matching at Martin County." Junior I High I I NRISTmA S BL[SS It1a S
AUTHORIZED VOLKSWAGEN DEALER of the bride hook" Serving cake accessories) School, and is assistant" basketball I
and punch were hire Dvke How- The new Mrs. Moore Is a graduate coach at Martin County High I
2806 Okeechobee Road Phone HO 1.4043 ell. Arkadclphia. Ark. Mist Kathryn of Central Catholic High I School. Mr and Mrs Moore are ;
Heaton, Jacksonville and Miss School, Fort Pierce, and is em. residing at 317 High School: Avenue love and dwell .
Alice Hcalon, Jensen Beach ployed_as secretary' to Circuit May hope
--- -------' -- ----- C. Pfeiffer irowhridue She .
Oul-of town guests were Mrs
was a member of National I Latin I Dyke IKwcll Arkaiklphla Ark.: within your heart at Christmasand
Honor, Society while In high school the brides aunt, Mrs Austin Dowdy -
The bridegroom"" Is. a gradual and.. family of Wet Palm I throughout the year ahead,
o f Buckhunm'n-Upshur III' I g h Beech: : Mr. and Mrs Joseph duet-
School. BuUhnnnon, W. Va.. West tier and family Miss. I fares '
VirginiaV e 11 I I. y a n College and Schneider, Fat Pierce: the "bride-
attended the graduate school; of the 111'01"1unel"\ and aunt Mr, and! S 0 S SOUTHERN OFFICE SUPPLIES

Sirs. Jack Moore I fort I aiiclcr-
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NOW 'I" lode: Mr. and,. MM K. C M.x e ">>'h.l you need tomorrow, w.1brine\ Maj"
... .,.. _. ..
4 n..w I I and Jllfl. Miami. Miss, Marl-
Education Costs son : 1 31 H. Ocean Blvd. Dial 287-6344
:, ; ,,: ..., ,, .j.'J"" _, .I anne tangle" and Jim\ Reeves, Fort 1 G
"t.. 4'-' .,,'.\ .. ., YIo.. Pierce. I I .aanara.lilYaerr#..wit...###a>A a##a##aanaa

Soaring in StatePublic ...-.-.-.-.-...-.-....-..-.-..-......................................HIS|....<.<*.SWt.sl

education cost n''idi.1
IN ans $59.1,700) .(XX) ) during I
fiscal year 19 per cent over the
previous year compared: with alIt I
per cent Increase nationally, IheFlorida I
State Chamber of Corn- 1
merce reported In I Mt Weekly I
Business Review released recently .
WEST PALM BEAC.H ""Florid't faster than national I
rate of increase, Indicates an improving
trend In the state's schools: I
and universities Piis trend also
shows up in per capita figures The
IlorU total figures to $107 I for
every resident of the slate, I 17 I -
per cent more than In 1962 The ri

We, at Liberty National Life Insurance person national hut average tie ate of was gain$127 was only per

Company, are proud to announce the opening half Florida of Florida rank the fifty I
of a new office inVest Palm Beach at states In per capita expenditure for

4012 Broadway. We have served our many .. public education was thirty-seven I
during' tho 196 fiscal year, a decided
policyholders and friends in this area for Improvement over the previous I Seasonts\I \
through well trained ,year rank of forty-four.
many years our re IOrkda !stale universities and
from Eau Gallic and Ft. received I
presentatives our public junior college I IS'II.flOO.boo
of the I IV63 lOCal], up\
Lauderdale offices. 24 per cent while the national figure .,
moved up 17 per cent FlorV I $
Our local representatives arc typical of dos public schools received S48S.. i IC
400000) ) up IS per cent comp.reJ'with '
the personnel who have contributed greatly per cent nationally Schools i I C

to the phenomenal growth of Liberty for the handicapped and other ICrrrjNj
school hi the
special slate :
National. With assets approaching $1(2 ed I.7UO,0X( ), up 8 per

Billion and individual life insurance in Included In these amounts rec.IV-1 I }Sr.
round $100000,000( ( spent '
force exceeding $3 Billion, Liberty Na buildings, land and

tional will continue to grow and fulfill its public universities, college
schools: This total b 25 per cent
moral obligation "to watch over yours". mire, than tits "previous ,.u', capital .I
outlay for these ptarpose compared
with I 1 per cent pin tietruna0y.
tf; .

"Monies spent for public schools ..
To serve you in this area: at all\ levels, and for public umver--

reties, college and special schools
1. are included In the llorMa figure*.
Federal fund arena under school
( lunch and vocational educational

program and for relief lo impacted ki ,
area art also Included. Not r
Included are educational pant* to w.w
Alfred J. Woodbury Jr. private schools or individual. .InIrrrst YOUK
on debt" retirement funds WISHING YOU AND ;v
and cost of agricultural, experiment "



Martin County Audubon
watch Society feels that ill stocking ha
to over yours"
.. been very fun of gift of serviceItom
4 the pres. the radio Dr
Kuhn and Dr Wy k. and all. .
LIBERTY NATIONALLIFE other who have helped in conservation
work lo save the wild.. kfe
and natural resource of our area RKAL ESTATE:
INSURANCE COMPANY r We thank you, and wish you all
a Happy New V** ,
BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA r o. BOX A'i; .:\$ AT 7.iiSail
For UM Board< ef Dtrector: by I
/fn. Wilbur Forrest. President

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{-C TILE STUART (Tla) NEWS I Iu Bosch Winner of Bosch of the Seeman"Blue was Yonder"Captain skipper of SPEAK PFNNEKAMP> AT ELLlOrr WR.L Society Elliott Museum members on and Saturday guests at, Jan.the
_Thursday December_ 24, 1964 I -1 I II 9. More detailed
which announcement
NEWSMRS. i the "Mitchell I, boat from John D. Penrnkamp, associate
RIO Richard Talbot took second place comingg.The
Corrected AwardIn editor of the Miami Herald, not.
Mr and Mrs Harry Martin of i for release of four sails
Cleveland Ohio, have arrived to C. B. I2CASLEYCorrt I However, a rccomputation showed cd writer and conservationist! will portrait of George Washing
spend the winter at their borne oa i/oadeDt -t' Sail TourneyPresident that two anglers aboard t h e speak to Martin County Historical ton'... appears on the _U S._ $1 _bill_
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Bernard Avenue. "Blue Yonder released four sails
AT 7..0887L r before Talbot's last sail was released -
I r W. O Simpkin of Stuart and since time was the de. MODEL, OF NEW MINIATURE HEARING AID GIVEN
Sailfish Club announced that curing factor, the cup was properly -
a mistake in presentation of awards won by that boats captain.. Y (net a. ectuel he..4.e ..)
Rio Card
IT Party ,,, . ... ....
for the recent light tackle tourney, Bosch Simpkin explained 1 A_mwt t to unlau.tho.. who f bur". but r do f .ot Lot...d.n.t.nd
las been corrected r"dw A tni. III.. ..n-HMratlnl
Attended By 50 The number of airports In the .., ; j mrkA. .etu.l. d..oir./l .M.IlMit. li
Captain George Seeman who L, bt terd. DUilb.r. HMrlni Aid .... ......
Jan .
PAYSTO I received the second place skippers United, 1964 States, 726 was more 8,788 than as of a year Y"} _will .h..Ir.e....>..> *.thin".ub.wMr.".rt........In.... Wour to MIVln it-
With fifty women attending the trophy, has relinquished it to the, I j In th.' privacy'. of KP.EP..r. It_.. IT'I
before 0 VOUR5 FREE TO
Rio Club had its regular card party I proper winner, Captain George

While Dec 15.refreshments/ were being i Batteries At Discount Prices
served Mrs James Cotney, at the F'l -
piano, rendered several selection yt'M !KCG. NOW !MEG. NOW
COMPARE of Christmas music. Mrs. Hubert SUE-6 Pack $2.10S41B .... $1.26 E400E-6 Pack $1.80 $1.08
Klein was greeted with a happy -6 Pack $2.10S76E .... $1.26 E575E-6 Pack $1.80 $I.OB l

PRESCRIPTION birthday Door prizes were won by Mrs ; fFl\\ I -6 Pack $%.41) .... $1.50 E675-6 Pack $2.10 .. $1.26 I
Clifford P Frail Mrs. Inez B. FGRNimRE RENTALS E3.0E-6 Pack $ .75 .... $ .48 EJ12E-6 Pack $1.50 $
PRICES Kilmer, Mrs Jack Shomer, Mrs. 'I .96'I
A SOLO AWARD is received by Mrs Robert F Brown of Port
Mary Hopkins, Mrs Edna Jenkins Western Auto Associate Store
Scwall and Ridgewood NJ, from Harold Strauss of St Lucie
and Mrs Helen Haite. Table FURNITURE CO.
prizes were won by Mr*. James Skyways Mrs, Brown recently purchased a Cessna 182 Skylanein ROWELL I AuthorUed Dealer MOTOROLA/UVIILBtRC IILAR1NG: AID |
PARK GOSIKV, Mrs Louise Sonnlag, which the made her solo flight on Friday, Nov, 13, Her instructor 261 Osieola, Stuart Florida Phone 287.0775 .
Miss Maude Haines, Mrs AJdic I Is Ernest Varvil Dial AT 7.0804 We Give Gold Bond Stamps I
panzer, Mrs. August Markus,I taw tw18 Btr sera tlstw -3
PHARMACYDISCOUNT Mrs Alexander Wilson" Mrs F., -
Grief, Miss Alice Paul Mrs Ar- tin, Mrs Lee Stockwell and
nold Ruetsch Mrs Ruth Sachs, F Grief Next curd party Mrs'l
( DRUG STORE) Mrs Catherine Schumann. Mr. Tuesday, Dec 29 T
213 E. Ocean Blvd. Freda Schlimm, Mrs. Huh Bail
lie Mrs Bertha Sewald, Mrs PERSONALSMrs 6 Rows H
AT 7-3201 George Curran p
Mrs. C. B. Heasley was hostess Edward Ketchum of Spen- t
and was ass.sled by Mrs G Mar- cir Avenue Is now a patient at the CHRI E
Fort Pierce Hospital T S

Mrs. J. B. Buckey of Rio Boulevard
has her for the '
us guests GIFT
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