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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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I Buy In North Brevard! Sla... d otalt; Smile p ''re Florida

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents d

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84th Year No.1 1 5c Per Copy Titusville. Florida. Wednesday January t! 19(54! ( ._. 10 Pages Today 1lslaed Momldyv Xcdncsdayi and Friday

I Home Permits Jump December Total Over lion -i

-- ..- PermilsFor
1 1i

20-Acre Annexation Is '.i :f .'1, '. I Year Total

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U ", \ $$12,305,102

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1st For a A* far as building started

Expanded City 1 55 within noii'mbir the city of Is Titusville concerned during It

1 wj* all a residential month.
A total of 80 permits for new
Titusville which grew from faster pace. two apartment buildings one system expansion plans con pro
five square miles to IS square The council turned over to building containing 66 apartments cced jruiruitiou wire Issued as of
miles overnight back> in June,. Talmadge the problem of furnish would cost about $300,000 Bids for MX mobile units were 'noun, today and 61 of them were
for homes
grew some more last night as a ing sewer service to( a proposed and the other with 23 ap..tmenhwould new or duplexes. OCh
okayed last night. McCotter ( : other 19, coins were for ad-
result of council action. the
apartment complex at cornerof cost about $110,000.
Motors getting; the bid (for a dl!lUllS to residences.
Annexation of the first prop. Lee Road and King Street. Tal Also!, during last night's special: three-quarter ton pirk-up truck
erty, since the consolidation In madge said that at first, it was 1'ermits were issued 22 new
meeting the council approved a at $1,785: und fur two half ton
June, was approved by the council believed a ,gravity:; flow line coulit homes in Brentwvod, 10 neW'h'mes
resolution authorizing Mayor Ed pickup trucks ut $3,080) ; GUi:
last night upon the applicationof be used Eut detailed engineering in Uonair, six In White
Kirtles' and the city manager to Faulk Chevrolet getting the bid ;
Horace M. and Marie A.Sharpe' check showed that a lift station .
five < Lake Front Es
be borrow $550,000 from Citizens for a four door compact car at .\\n i
'for and force main would
20 acres located along ,
Bund pending issuance of rcvunuc $t.712.39: and also for two 4- tadfive Irt Whirperinit Lakes
Daily Road and Singleton Ave. five in Forest Hills, two m' Gar-
certificates in that amount so dour sedans: for the police depart
nue. Cost of the lift station$12,000would -
dcruhlo!!, two In Lakevlew
that work on water and sewer ment at $2,1)61.) Park
The council agreed to tho an be borne by the developers, (two on Graham Street, and one
nexation and also agreed to ex with the city paying the cost of in Indian' River Highlands and

tend water and sewer to the the force main-$1,200. City Will Soon Have Enough Fire on) on Hillcrest Avenue.

property, providing In the approval Tulmadgc suggested that a ,!1 Kimse-y.Hall obtained; permit
for a pay-back for running brief study be made of the immediate fur 111 of the homes In Brent-
the lines to the surrounding the WELCOME Titusville Mayor Ed Kitla'Jt night's meeting of the city council.
property.The area Trucks But To Be Short Of Space wood, located north of Garden
payback would come from a apartment location to see if further ties (left) gives David Covington, new administrative At the right is City Manager Tjlitiad ge. Street und just west of Carden-
assistant to City Manager Covington will take over his duties starting .
certain of the would indicate
percentage revenue development dale! Cosmopolitan
Titusville Fire Department will outside the truck storage areas / obtained permits
plus money from other de. future need for a larger lift sta have two brand new trucks-the and the two new pumpers will Cleveland Talmadge, a welcome during Thursday (S-A Photo) for the,.other three homes in

velopers along the route lion If it does, he suggests finest in the department-arriving probably! mean two more trucks DIt'htwuod.I)

City manager Cleveland Tal- "over sizing" the lift station to early! in April but there Is going standing outside after they arrive M. and II. obtained permit
madge estimated the cost of take care of future develop to be a question of just whereto for the 10 in Oonalr, and Childre
running lines to the property to ments, with the city paying the house them. Actually Titusville Is in need of New Assistant HereTitusvillc's obtained the six in White Acres.
be $28,405 and said that at least excess cost.Talmadge. The two 750-gallon! pumpers, two and possibly three new (fire The month's total through
is to meet with the built and stations, all three inadequate
one or two property owners along custom by LaFrance as arc noon today wad !!4l,027d80t
apartment developers early next $23950 apiece, will crowd for present day roods!!
costing a
the route had indicated near which marked the sixth month
new administrative o t putt of florida, where the bulk of I'cnsticdlt, having!: lived there all ,
future development, which would week to make a final recommendation the already over crowded three and, as longer and bigger! units of 19U3 that the t
our residents Ire from other hit his wife[( the permits passed
assistant and his bride of ltd life, and form
the council. the Titusville added by they '
to stations operated by are necessity
mean tha the total, to be put up litates.I $1 million mask| ,
by the Sharpe property.developers For the first time the develop Department. will probably be more Inadequate. years, are Florida "Crackers", David! A. Covlnjjton; who will er Sharon (;,IUlle, I Is from Tarpon December figure brought the
would be paid back at a ers revealed that there: would be Equipment now must be stored Sri TRUCKS On Page 3 which is rather unusual in thli I assume his diilics humlay as Springs!! on Florida's west coast total (for 1903 to 12305102.

assistant to City Manager& Cleveland [ lloth thl'loOOUf1j/ ( people|' are graduate :

TalmadgOj. .a ,.:native ol of P'lurllllhStatl+l University,
.'....- Covidcton( received hid'clef re in First National
political sciinre just recently on
s.5 'y wr {:'A a"f i Citizens Raises Dec. 21 and Mrs. Covington receiving
W' KRx
a' .
W 5 -sr sd her decree: In education, Goes To 4 4First 4/

; City Manager Talmadgo Introduced
a Savings Rare tho new assistant! to City National! Bank has, announced -
that on and after January
Council lat nifcht.! and outlined
Citl/rns Dante hu announced some of ills duties at Unit t time 1, 1064. the bank will pay
He suit, that the assistant 4 per cent interest on time ssv-
that effective! January I, 1984.
i wuu'rl' handle, much of the routine tags dl'fIIllIUa-lIvlnu deposits
S the hank will pay four, per ctnton
that remain
work mid. many administrative on deposit continuously +<
pusibnnk savings;: left on deposit matters In the office for( one year or more.
wmmE for U: months. First Nations! will pay 3V4 percent
Allriuuch: tins Is CovlnijUm'a on all other savings deposits -
r All savings at tho bank earn first city government' |>osllon( .
3'4' per cent Interest compounded, Tulrnade' pointed out ti> the council On Friday First National will
'quarterly und credited to uc Past t night: "Of oil the men celebrate! its 6th anniversary and
round. on March 31, Juno :30! we iiilcnU'wi-d, we feel Iruit Cow during the coming months program -
September 30 and eceinhir> / :31, IngUin' has the most outstanding of building expansion is i
5'5' A.w.w.. 4. 'I'wl'lmonth! tout per' rent certificates qualities and can do a gout( jub planned, with 5,000 more feet of j
w of deposit are plan available for the city of Titusville one he building !space and an expanded
Truck Similar To The New Type To Bt Added To Th Titusville fire Department Soon "
begins; to know( his way around parking lot.

I Consolidation, Growth Highlighted Area News in '63 '.

in "new of 15 miles andover hospital board announced plans for $2.7 million expansion
There is doubt that 1963 has been an exciting year House Apartments. the next morning a city" square
no 18,500 population as, tho consolidation bill became effective pro ram which would Include a $1.8 million local bond issue.
in Titusville, Brevard County and the entire nation. March Members of the charter-appointed city council- Municipal court "bu incSll" was so good that double sessions
Naturally, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy Bill Ed Jim Millard Finch Dunn Airpark paving started.
With nine candidates: seeking; four posts in Whispering Mayor Lalng. Willis Prltchard were neccssaiy. runway
would draw the headlines as the "story of the year"in Hills, Ed Kittles was elected mayor and Bill Walker Bob and Ed Kittles-were sworn in. The Jaycees installed new October
in the world. Certainly the shots officers the city's first bi-racial committee was appointedand
this nation and
and Mrs. Neal elected to the council.:
Virginia were
in Dallas Texas, on November 22, changed the course Feeney the city seta voter re-registration looking forward to Escaping gas caused some anxious moments In the
fired The petition of Indian River City freeholders seeking incorporation the fall municipal elections. The $3.3 million branch line of area of Indian River Plaza, the four-laning of Garden Street a
of history-here and everywhere. of that area was brought under question for the FEC to Cape Canaveral w started and ground was.broken was: started and a gift of the land necessary for hospital expansion
'But locallY' the big story was no doubt Incorporation first time. Jess Parrish Hospital expansion. Big B market on the new Indian River City Methodist Church and the was announced North Canaveral Chamber of Com-

consolidation,, city election and name change election-all lost $6,000 to thieves. First announcement of a North Bre- new Howard Johnson's Motel! and Restaurant. Extensionof 'mcrce, sold its third building; td the Corps of Engineers in
wrapped up in one. vard consolidation bill was made. Jim Dressler' defeated street lighting to Whispering lUlls and Indian River City the expansion of the Mtrritt! Island Launch Area, receiving '
1963 has been a ''%!ig"' year for Titusville and North Bob Coeyman in the race for the new legislative post and was started. HH: () and distributing,:: $12,000 to the North Brevard Rehabilitation
Brevard. It has seen all city building records broken and voters decided they wanted their school superintendent July Center $12,000 to the Florida Sheriff Boy's
all previous growths mal s overshadowed.To appointed by the school board rather than elected in the Ranch and $10,000 to Jess Parrish Hospital. Negotiations to
make a brief h few of what did occur In Titus- future. NASA set: up bids for the new causeway at Indian An old fashioned July Fourth celebration attracted purchase First Florida Utilities systems in the area were
ville during the past 12 months, here in capsule form are the River City. several thousand A drive! to seek a name-change election begun by the city. Pat Blumer was elected president of the
highlights of the year reflected: from the issues of .your April and to place the name "Indian River City" on the ballot was Chamber. The city's first "high rise" apartment was start-
Star-Advocate: ** started. The long and drawn out argument between the ed with Imperial Towers: obtaining a permit.'t.
Corps of Engineers selected Indianola: as the site for county commission and Sheriff Leigh Wilson over the lat.
January their new Canaveral headquarters.' The Legislative session ter's' budget requests got off to a rousing start. The city November

The year got under way with talk of possibly locatinga got under way in Tallahassee ard the Questions about con council authorized the purchase: of Southern States UtilitiesCo. Brevard residents supported the area $i,8 mil. '
space museum in the area. County officials began new sohdation-annexation-incorporation really started in full and placed three fire stations on' 24-hour duty by dIng lion hospital bond i issue by a 2-1 vote and the county: school 11 11North
terms, the Chamber had 306 members and was seeking 94 swing. First draf of the North Brevard consolidation blJJ personnel. Candidates for the city council. started! qual- mlllago was okayed United Fund went "over the top", the
more. Work of four-laning the causeway leading to Cape was revealed along with,a map of the proposed new city ifying. city employed David Covington as new assistant to City
Canaveral got under way. Members of the Whispering Hills which would include Titusville, Whispering Hills, Indian AugustA Manager Cleveland lalmadge. President Kennedy visited .
council were studying various proposals for water serviceto River City and surrounding areas. The Chamber employedJack Cape Canaveral and a week later was assassinated in Dallas. .... 1
that community. Downtown merchants started a moveto Schweinsberg as new manager Gene Roberts was truck plowed into Duffy's at Mims and the driverwaa'killed Interest was high in the coming Jai alai election. New President /
get the parking meters off the streets and the school elected state Jaycee vice-president, Riverside Drive exten in a spectacular! accident. The fire departmentwent Lyndon' Johnson re-named the space center "Cape
board announced hat it might be interested in selling the sion was okayed and numerous accidents caused polico to on a new alarm system with four young women manning Kennedy", which act off a series of varied reactions.
old Eayview" School for the right kind of offer. Aviation became issue strong warnings to motorists to be careful on the road. ( the radio communications headquarters<<) on a round-the-
more prominent in the area with the dedication of May clock basis. Bids on the NASA causeway were okayed And December

Arthur Dunn Airpark- work was, started. Royal Oak, which later became subjectof Whether or not a Jal alai vote would be held was a
First Federal's new home was opened! and Pirtle a number of law suits and a factor in the city election, legal question: lor a short time, but when the election was
February Plaza-the area's newest shopping center-was opened. announced plans for a new development and sought water held county residents voted against having a fronton in the
Freeholders continued their unrelenting support of "Gordo" Cooper and Faith 7 circled the globe- The North and sewer service. county by a 2-1 margin. The county's nominees for Space U-

Brevard school bond issues by backing a $12 million one Brevard consolidation bill passed the Legislature, following Spt.mbr site win eliminated Titusville voters faced, a most unusual ,
with a good vote. Street lights were installed on newly a key hearing in Tallahassee and some strong words both type of clwrtion-whether or not 1o keep the name or changeit
four-laned U S. 1 at vital intersections.: The county gaineda pro( and con on the local scene. Jess Parrish Hospital was Bill Walker and Randy Nunnally were elected members to Indian River City. They voted almost 2.1 to retain that
second representative post in the Florida Legislature and approved for $900,000 in Federal Hill-Burton Funds and of the city council Brevard school set new records present name The Christmas parade was brilliant and
10 men, eight of them Democrats, qualified to run in a spe- plans were started for a bid Fourth of July celebration. with fall enrollmentMims Citrus Growers Association featured guest was Mist USA-Marite Oiers. The, final .1
cial election. Candidates started qualifying for posts on JUDe also set a record by starting fruit shipments early. A pet! week of the year was an exciting one-the 50th traffic death
the Whispering Hills City Council, a tornado ripped throughthe tion for a name change election) was presented the council, occured at Bellwood, a husband plotted to' !have his wife
Indian River City area and work was started on the Residents went to bed one night living in a city with followed shortly bay a petition seeking to place the name killed and the father of eight died'aTa'resuit of'an explolsion
city'i first major apartment complex-the 116 unit Palm five square miles and about 7,500 population and woke up "Indian River City' on the ballot of such an flection.. The r'I.




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2 TlfusvllU (Florida) St.,.AdvoCl'. Wednesday, January 1,1164 1 I
..- :

A LOVELIER Mary Sue Miller YOUBy 'round towni i

/ will/ Barbara car/ olt
i Ph. 267-4m 267.3994


11'k. Mrs Elva Saunders, R.N., of ginning! at 9 a.m. in the Woman's in the new pediatrics ward J'i "
r49e'n 161(5/ ( North Smith Drive returned Club building across from the A hospital has been filled to m"r

recently from a three week seminar and P.1Uu. than! capacity during tire past j jw
with children
; on Care of Premature Infants weeks young -uferlng >
at Jackson Memorial Hospital \ Diane Claudius, a student from respiratory ailment
in Miami. nurse at Jackson Memorial Hospital They are in dire need of 'ihi

Y ntu Out of 36 nurses from Florida at Miami, is celebrating<< the ward and yet cannot open it for.,
a and Georgia attending the initial yuletide with! her parents. Mr. l lack of registered nurses.
one week coarse, Mrs. Saunders and Mrs. D. K. ClartKMiM of Mendel One harts was heard to .av
was the only one who remained Lane recently! "In the loot years 'Ivtbeetr
tot the extemftJ three week Ms here', I've never seen ic\
sion. While we're on the subject of many sick babies." If your <
y nurses, Mrs. Virginia'! Lamb, Registered Nurse and can work
I1 ,p1 + Included! in the 18 lectures were UN. director of nurses at Jess the night shift on a full cum

such topics as "Causes of Pre Parrlsh Memorial Hospital, tellsus basis, please call \Mrs.\ Lamb ,I
rdnir; maturity and Obstetrical Prob she I h still in need/ of two reg- the hospital, 2671331 and let. {.
fikT kin*", "Handicaps of the Pre tetcred tenses for the night shift that new pediatrics ward! open) '
mature", "Control tA Infection In
tM Premature" and "Growth?
Development, and Outcome of
Prematures". A panel discussion
was also held en "The Prem ature r .9

4 Baby -A cooperative Approach"! .
During (the last two weeks of

the seminar, Mr. Sainwlers; worked
__ BEAUTY IS 6OOD Mf0IONE.' Allis not vanity when a woman
S. looks in her mlrtot. A tmtty' who'' gives thought to her grooming shows directly with Mrs V. Carlton,

; ; i43 i- tfifttt for other and concern for their pleasure. If that's vanity, let's instructor, in the delivery room
make the mast aMffayehiatrht with new babies and with premature
infants. One
*, motttrvtf, tell us that for a woman a spruce ap-
___ praraneetntteamti one Mumbling block to self-respect and confi weeks oM weighed only 1
Ib and 3 oz. and( was so tiny Mrs.
dence. Theo H !'fletta*a net ability to cope with people and problems.
: Saunders could hold it in
YMI might even nay that pride In one's appearance now bas a one
hand without trouble at all
"medical' seal of a rt1ut." Many fiOTpitalare! / establishing beauty any
Mrs. Saunders helped make
facilities and |room in,( classes. For it has been found that recuperation
'lorn physical and mental' illnesses! can be quickened via a presentable blood exchanges on prematuresand
went! with health department
S appearance. _
nurses on home calls. "It
1 If looking lovely has (that effect on art ill person, imagine what it was.
does for the hale and Jr irf1. So why not take full advantage of the very "Interesting and very complete
she said.
.. grooming skills Really you owe it to yourself!
There i it nothing mysterious about good grooming. It has its The seminar was contracted by
foundations in two/ of the oldest disciplines soap-and-water freshnessand the Maternal and Child Health
a brand of neatness that knows no "off" days. Bureau of Flerkla State Board of
\\ It Of eotrrse modern advances in cosmetic formalas and hair-dress* Health. Another such seminar
4 ..-...
a ; '.:- \f. y" w Hit (feibnkjue! offer magic/ touches to the basic discipline! But It Is will be scheduled for spring at
S the daily attention to details that Insures the groomed look. May it the same! hospital according to
;t. ". sa fce yours in this bright New Yearl! MCH Training programs coordinator
a m.n..M:.,- 4 ,
( Miss Jean Marie Thielen,
IN LIEU OS CARDS John Doftavon of Christmas: /greeting cards to fellow Worker A LOVELIER COMPLEXION R.N., B.S. J-

NASA Community Development office and will b distributed in food and Whatever your skin:/ problems, to find a solution end for my book. Mrs Saunders Is head nurse for
presents over $800 to Capt. Vern Hall of provisions for the needy in the county.the let, "A LOVELIER COMPLEXION." Detailed advice contained in. the Obstetrics and Pediatric sec
Salvation Army. Money was receivedNASA Photo.) eludes the correct care for dry, ally, combination and normal akin tions of Jess Parrish Memorial\
: from NASA personnel lieu of sending types; proper application methods; treatments for blackheads, enlarged Hospital and plans to remain in -
pore, rireln, wrinkle, crepmeas, etr. For' your copy of "A the maternity unit when the hospital i I

Ai rman Roger Snyder LOVELIER COMPLEXION,": write Mary Sue Miller in care of this Is enlarged.
: York newspaper, enclosing a LARGE, SELF-ADDRESSED, STAMPED EN. PLAQUE PRESENTATION Ed Gurney, Congressmanfrom
Boyett-Evans Will Report To Fla RiteBodies VELOPE and 20c in coin to cover coat of handling, Florida's 11th District receives a plaque from Rob.
Dr and Mrs Cleland Rose,
ert Rutledge, Executive Vice-President of Florida Citrus
Airman Third Class Roger E. formerly of Titusville, are visiting
Mutual for asistance' behalfof
i Marriage Is Snyder of Indian River City To here for the holidays with Mrs. expressing appreciation on
No Sale Bui. He's In BusinessWonder the Industry with testimony before the U. S. Tariff
Frank Flake of Hopkins Are. and
Fla., Is being reassigned to Homestead .. Commission and the Trade Information Committee Gurney

Held Dec. 27 graduation AFB, from Fla.. the following technical his Install :Jan. 8 what's next Now don't imagine he Is complaining. the Dixie John Hwy.C. Flake Mrs Flake family is of\Mrs.\Old urged Florida's that existing Citrus or higher tariffs be established to

training cour for United Statea comes the announcement that The line peach-colored dust .Rose's mother and John I is her .JI"otect growers.
Lor tt. C;, )trans, tov( Orlando. Alf Force jet aircraft mechanics Indian River Chapter No. 27 face powder Is being made from from the ground! corn cobs was brother." DY. Rose is a veterinarian I

Road, daathtei' Of Mr. and Mrs. at Amarillo AFB, Texas R.A.M., Hiram Council No: 13 and lowly corn cob dusts } aiMHnat. 'Terfl'J'Pl'Iriftr1ftl"' miracle, M observed in Mi.: Clements, Michigan.
Brevard Commandery No. 24, sales of the powder ate running, ), so he took some of thedu' Brevard Lumber CompanyREADY.MIXED.nl.TRANSIT
Herman B. Crane< K. T., win Install their officers in the neighborhood of $40OW f a home! for his wife and her Miss Diana Bamhart Is car-
: Road, became the bride of Wes. the maintenance and inspectionof C tier
for the year 1964 at an open month Irtenrh to try out. rently visiting with parents, CONCRETE
ley David Boyett Jr., 643 Vanguard Jet fighter planes currently in meeting January (, 1964. In the .\, Surf enough, the miracle was!! the Doug Barnnarts! !! of 11 iff MainS IM'lInj! Material l 9 Limber Paint a Hardware
by the Air Force WJiewI: Some> fellows just seem
I Lane, son of Wesley David use Masonic Temple, Cocoa. very observant on hrs better half ., for the holiday season. Diana WE BUILD HOOF TRUSSES
: Boyett Sr., take Worth, at Folk. The airman, son of Mr. and To be installed are Cliff Yoder, to have all the luck. .,xl so 1141 WM hi business. is a sophomore) at Florida State Let Uf Clv You Aa Eallmai: -
ston Methodist Church, Folkston, Mrs. E. J, Snyder of 635 Polaris High Priest Elect; R. V. Bakas, This business was born, oddly the lucrative powder manufaetirrbiif University and plans t to return to Prompt Delivery Pb a. AM 7-3831
Ga., December 27. Ave., Indian River City, la a grad Thrice Illustrious Master, Elect; enough, when a salesman called erne.If eamptis later this week.

Rev, Charles A. CUlbreth officiated uate of Titusville (Fla.) High Lacy Ramer, E. Commander, on a grinding' mill in Mount seems the dust had already
School. The Goklet Years CM,
Ill, arid observed that sponsored
i. at the candlelight cere Elect.A : been patented with the idea of
dinner will precede the Installation the men working there( had using It has a akin powder in by TMimille Woman'sChib
r mon)'. two years. at 7:00: p.m. Master "complpxiofw tht would put treating ringworm and other Ine, will ring out the old Dr. William E.

i Following a wedding trip to Originally from Penaacola: Mr. Masons and wives are cordially Hollywood starlet to sham." Ire akin troubles, but trot as a cosmetic and ring In the new at a special Laing

a West Palm Beach and Daytona Boyett. was graduated from Mill. Invited. didn't make Jib sate bat w. i so a sub-license was!! New Yean party Thursday be-

Beach Mr. and Mrs. Boyett are saps College in Jackson, Miss, obtained to market the coin cob CHIROPRACTOR

: at home in the Indian River area' with a BA in political science, Spend Holidays Here ty-prodncl powder in return for 400 ORANGK AM 74111
Mrs. Boyett attended Carson taught In Pensacola Junior High psrJona/ a five percent slice! of sales re If you have real estateto 'nUSVILLI
Newman College in Jefferson and is now in the Insurance business T/Slit. Frank D. Sines left reeve to (fie patent holder. sell or If ate
: City Tennessee, and has been employed Sunday by plane from Orlandofor Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Beck of Sounds like a good deal. you OFFICE HOURS -
at the office of Crofton, They plan to reside In West Altus. AFB Okla, after Eau Gallie and Mrs. Marie Beckof and a brand new face powder is looking fir choice real

Brewer and Holland for the past Palm Beach. _I spending! the holidays with his Philadelphia, Penna. were marketed to make our fairer sex estate, use our classified MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 9 to 12 and 2 to 6
I parents, Mn. Frank Sines of Sunday guests at the' W E, Ziegler even more glamorous. columns. SATURDAY to 12

I : 1/ l4I I Mims.lie was accompanied hy Mrs.\ home. BY APPOINTMENT

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.u. : Ed Kitties' mother as! far a! Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jtlmbfe

I I Dallas, Texas. This being her and son, Robert, spent yesterdayat Advocate, 1 1st in circu-
fiat! t piano trip, she was happyto the home of Mr. Kimbte's
lation in No. Brevard.
... BE SURE AND COMPARE pany.havr Sgt. Sines along for com _mother. Me.. W, 1:. Ziegler/ GET A LOAD OF THIS .

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Rain To Clear By Hew Year's DayThe rM'J !

Local Law Firm Adds rain experienced in North few days arc uncertain due to a UF Campaign Tops

I Brevard! today is expected to high pressure area in the Atlantic
gradually die down this afternoonand east of The Cape '

conditions end by early remaining evening, partly with Goal $325,689 RaisedAlmost i tit'"; ''I ; 'i

r,1, Two Partners Jan. 1The cloudy. weather conditions afe/I1.he 35 Holidays Years Together Since ; .= f- e a.T

$10.000 in additional tht $307300[ goal. and : tl'* percent
brought by front
Titusville\ law firm of of 100 and a member of the following Bar Association, across state from warm south to north Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Aikm and mol+ey has been raised In the United mow than the :$2t11.551 rais ;

Crofton Brewer & Holland announced organizations: Kiwanis Goshorn earned hU; D.S.DA. bringing the warming trend grandson, Bruce Aikin, of New Fund campaign clcan-up el- ed last year mother-]n-law is a rtf-
today that Gilbert S. Club, Junior Chamber of Commerce degree the forts, it was ported this week with
Goshorn from University of However[ there is a cold front! fane, New York are spending the The 'dead duck" award an interest in one of
and John M. Starling Indian River Lodge No. Florida m 1 1350( He was elected by Arthur T. Snyder executive ."
have become members of the 03, Free and accepted Masons, to membership in Florida Blue stationary in the Gulf, which holidays with her brother, Dewey director. wow dcslgwd as n "gift" to )

firm. The law partnership, Brevarcl County Mental Health Key and University, of Florida weather forecasters believe will B Fisk of Watson Street The cleanup which has been area chairman raising the
L begin to move across Florida It has been 33 since! the percentage: of his goal will
now composed of C. Crofton, Advisory years
Committee, Brevard Student Hall of Fame. He :Is a dune by the UF staff began after is sending\ are.W
A early tomorrow This brother and sister enjoyed the awarded to J.P ,
Max Brewer S L, Holland, County Bar Association Florida member of Phi Delta Phi Legal morning. : Blamer
Jr., John 11. Starling and Gilbert Bar Association, and American Fraternity and Alpha lau Omega cold front will bring sonic decrease holidays together: (the campaign public closing. man of the north scare That gen"A the final returns and a 1
S Goshorn, will retain the Social Fraternity. in temperatures and brief date of November 1 IS. The tx raised: 78 2 percent of its $ of appreciation to all cam ,

firm name of Crofton, Brewer & showers. The decrease in temperatures I If have rental act amount raised was $9,634 foal. The ,ward! : will bo workers. I
Holland Starting was graduated from it should be noted will you ThIS amount, added to tho the annual nu-itmg in

Goshorn, who resides et 1423 the University of Florida witha be slight and there Is no expected housing, list it in $316.033 reported on November at >i date which will be .'

Lake Circle Drive with his wife '' BS degree Iii Journalism in major decrease. The Star-Advocate! 15th. brings the final t total to ed laterThomas PADS Big Supply 354 j

Vivian, and three children has ? with 1953 and then revved two years Weather. : conditions. In the next $323.689 This! is loa percent of H[t Brown Jr., : at Star-Advocate Office.
U S. Army's Psychological ------ _
I been associated with the firm Waifarc Ontir. Starling ----- 1a
of Crofton, Brewer & Holland
was a practicing! ncw-papeimun
since he moved to Titusville In
from 1953! to 10JD; during which
March of 1J62;) He practicedlaw }i
time he was IICA.cditoi!" of the GOING
with the Jacksonville law .
Gainesville, r
Florida, Dailj' Sun
firm of Jennings, Watts, Clarke
He rccrivid his law decree; w ill) i'
& Hamilton from the date of his
high Honors, from. the University
graduation from law school at of Florida m June Iflol Whilein u,
the UP! UP! UP'
University of Florida College law school, Starling w ai I .,
of Law in 195U until he movedto editor.!Jn.o-hief of the University
Titusville. He is a member %'
of lonctd
I is
of the Board of Directors of the t Sa
u member
jf Flu Alpha Delta
Greater Titusville Chamber of
Legal Fraternity, The Order! of '
Commerce, the Board of Directors .r
Coif and Phi Kappa 1'ni
of the Titusville' Committee 8 s. L
I 'd' Honorary Kranttrnity We Are Growing By Leaps -
Stinting; came to 'fitus lllc in a ;: A AAnd
't.i v
LicenseTags September of) 19(51( a' an assucl a,
ate in the firm of Cn.fton, Brew Bounds
and Still :. .;, '
!r tt IlnlUnrl Iln _rnAa.. nf1C8

To Cost More! PVT. WILLARD K.: STAMP, JR. Donna Drive--with- n..y his wife W.,
I and one child Starling is Paying ;
a member of the Urcvard
Florida motorists will have to Receiving Advanced County
Bar As&ociatiun, Florida Bar
.I; pay more for automobile license Infantry Training 1 1I
tags in 1964. The tags which go Association, and the American

on sale Thursday will be valid Army Pvt, WiUiard K. Stamp Bar Association Hei As>sls. Od i ,

for 13 months instead of the usual Jr., 17, whose father lives in tant City Attorney of the City

12, if that is any consolation.[ Illno, Ma, !is scheduled to com of Titusville Prosecuting and Assistant County I Per Annum ,

The 1963 Legislature which pelte eight weeks of advanced Brevard Attorney for

upped the price, added the extra infantry training with light County. I
%1 CompoundedScmiAnnually
month in a system devised to at Fort Polk, La, Jan 20. The law partnership will retain )1 .
change the selling! month from its present offices at 50!) Palm oUR
I During the training, Stamp is
Avenue Titusville 2J
January to July; thus providinga in Associates AECOOFRD
receiving instruction in the use .
with the firm ,
source of income for Florida are attorney Norman
of the
during the beginning[ !: of the fiscal automatic rifle, the light J. Smith. Charles F. GROWTH
machincgun and the 3.3 inch
year. The 13.!month tags will be rocket launcher. Browne Albert J McIntosh, Jr.,
sold Until 1970 when the 12-month He received and L. L. Leveling, 1 -
tags will return. basic training at the Fort. .

Prices effective for Florida's His mother Mrs. Hcllin },t. Feb. 7,1957

most common vehicles are: Choyle, lives in Titusville. MORE F FArnlLiES S
D tag for small
can: 1354. ON ALL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS $256,780.14Dec. I
Plain tags for light cars: $21.67. Tides I

W tags for medium can: $29; .. High Low WITH KIDS Regardless of whether left with us for 1 1. year or not. r '

-.79.\ -- .- '
WW tags for heavy Tars": $37.92. Thurs; Jan. 2 .
The license go on sale Thursday 10:54 a.m. 4:32: a.m ,
at the Titusville Tag Agency 11:09: p.m. 11:08: p.rn.Frl. ( Yi ')'n
Jan. 3 '
!in the Brcvard County Courthouse i c r .
After the close of businesson ll'4i: am 3:24: am. iP7 rti. ACCOUNT. IF YOU ARE A NEWCOMER TO THIS AREA. $1,798,711.63 ; :

February 20, a penalty charge p.m. 6:00: p.m. j 1 .JPRINtWADSWIIN j II II'l AND WANT TO TRANSFER YOUR SAVINGS JUST BRING I .


TRUCKS 1Ik Accounts Opened By The 10th Dec. 31 1959 '
Three Week Report \\\\ .

On Local WeatherDuring (Continued From Page: 1)) r Earn From Tho 1st I \I

the past three weeks Negotiations are under way for :'j: $$2,879,120.75 ,I
i temperatures in Titusville ranged a site for a new station on the

between a high of 84 degrees and west side of the FEC main and

a low of 31 degrees according branch line tracks, !

.I to the local weather station. A site is already owned by the I # .
1 Rainfall during the period total city for a new station In the r ,, :' r.r.; ir .w ';wry '
led 2.IS inches. south part of town. 1 'f ; 31,1960

,I OaU Hig" Low R.I" The two new trucks are said to \ ,,, ,,, r., '' 'ti Door; ,
be the ; I
finest ;
engineered fire ?
9 72 ::19 0.00 equipment / .
I in the 'f '
10 64 ::18 0.00I country. I I l f $3,831,998.30
I 11 76 39 0.00 Every safeguard is built in for

I 12 80 51 0.00 top reliability There are twin ''r. ,

t 13 84 62 0.00 fuel pump, and twin other units ,; ,,,r i rst federal SAVta s Security _
!in case one fails. All fittings are j
14 81 63 0.00IS J 5
bronze and brass
78 46 0.33 easy main '
tenance. i Doer 31 1961
16 00 55 0.00 ,
The truck have five ,
-man cabs
11 59 M. 0,48 s1
and can move right up to fires Ja .,
18 64 52 0.00
with a huge water "gun" on the
19 60 34 0.00 roof of the cib:: ,
20 59 37 0.00 I EASYTOCLEANfa c ,
t >, t ItiUtir y i
21 66 39 0.00 Tltusville (Florida. ) Star.Adv cal.,
22 69 46 0.00 r.... '
a.rebunel: i
raw 1
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26 66 34 000 / ,{ ,
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27 73 40 000 I Al Tb. lftar>Advout <
i 28 73 48' 0.00 (II Mall Bulldln ducat "

29 66 47 000 TltunvllU. tla. '
$1 S21 396.42
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Levitt '
Danny tin. Haul .. Huilion, V-P.
Knsalynn Cantrell Robert II. Hudton, BtiyrrttHcnrr : .
KEM'TONflngermark. ,, r'R'
Mrs Lee E. Buckley! 11. HiKlmn. Publl.bor '
Kobtrt H. IliiUwin. Editor
Keha itrasbaugh -OVER-
David Dunn. "Advertuln a/yr.
Thursday, January Z WlllUm U. Lytrly, ClrcuUllon: JJffubwrlptlai .
even crayon ,
Homer Johnson I IIIocoDdCla... t oalar' pal,. at Tlror marks, wash right off I ITho {
villa 1lorlda. .
Earl Johnson
A D. ;Moody Jr. .. R.teBy rooms aty. On.way coat to cover lovelier*and I '' '

Vickie Rum Carrier In NorU Br.v..M ono gallon dots the walls 01m ti : 3
Clco Ur.iylFndiy", 1 Yr. IT", t Ko. '1.011 :3 Ma. 1300Itjr food avoraga WilMblt.room WE Guaran-HAVE .s. $10 ,500,000\\ p,

January 3 I .Mall In r7urtd. ALL THE NEW COLORS.
; Tr. ".au I Me. 17.IO. t Mo. 1300
Thonia-, D Taylor Com In and Ioe them. -
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4 Service and More Information Wall Largest! Paper SoUclion in Town Of First Fe 4. $

With A Part-Tlme Secretary I a era I (\"ing $

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A ___ __ u _______ __ __________ Parents Warned .
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Star-Advocate .. : : .,;/- J.. ......... r .," "'Jo..< About In ,. ...' "1. 'a< .
SportsNEWS \'./. ',A' < '!' :i: 1fI'.vY1 J Laxity I ..J ..1'?,_
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tt1 /:8 ImmunizationsInfectious
: ('.e 1
AND VIEWSFishin' ,' "!
) rt i HI-
diseases, mainly

if' T. J among children, struck many '

more Floridians in 1963 compared :

t' tt .' : j with 1962 and the marked A
NEm "
For rise caused! Or Clarence M.

; i. > Sharp, director of the State '
JJt ;
.... Board of Healths Bureau of
.\ man and hU wife came into things but three of 'em! So it ain't any to
Preventable Diseases, warn t'f
the store a few weeks ago, and Dave De Lock was the man's wonder that Dare likes show business 9 r ,
seemed more than a little bit Interested Dsme, and he was the feller who Anyway, Dave started parents they should be more f

In the guns we have on did the gun twirtin' and fancy practicin' with guns when he was A (,,_ alert about VAccinations. I :

display. He seemed to be able to shootin' with the circus that was only eight rears old, and he's fared bit better
handle a gun all right but you In town that night. I didn't get to pretty doggonrd! good. tat <; +,waa than children so far as flu and
never really know. He asked to see the whole) show, but I did I don't care If its fishln' or
hepatitis (a liver infection) were
see one of the guns we had on the make it In time to seethe most shootin, or even spinmn a rope, concerned but tuberculosis
wall, so I handed it to him. He important part, as far as I was I like to watch feller that better ,
than 1962
was found in 1903 in
checked It for weight and balance concerned I saw Dave and his at it than I am And as faras t'I
"There simply is little or no
; and the first thing I knew wile put on a real Intcrestin' act I'm concerned! ( It sure Is fun for such widespread i
he was splnnln' it around on his I learned later that Dave was to watch Dave work, Naturally, rn excuse
a'la cues of so-called children's di
finger like he'd done it all his life. actually born Into show business. It ain't near as easy as he makesit
when vaccination is aim-
scales -
And before he left, he told me HI* father worked In movies and look. But I never did have a "
that he made a livln doin tricks later in television; and at one good teacher like Dave hid. 5Sf pie: and, inexpensive, Dr. Sharp
said 'Chikhen be immuniz
like that with a gun, among) other time owned not just one circus, either. I imagine a lot of folks can
have ed when they are from a few 1 '
read about "Wild Bill" Elliott
t wC'ckr few months old
to ;
and Have learned some of his ;
fancy gun work from watchtn"him. most of the communicable diseases I
Ramblin' With Ronnie which, affect them.
I Bill was a friend of hU dads. directly
Just In case any of you fellers 7(1 Some of them die, and these '
deaths are needless in most instances
J Ii
Br Boaal.0u91541- are interested in the finer points ,"
of fancy gun work, you might like _
After driving 3000 miles In six days, we soon found the to know that some of the draws HE DIDN GET AWAY Robert Miller, of Orlando, The following diseases dropped

big Christmas hunt, which is planned each year was some- Dave uses are known as Reverse proudly displays this 32 pound sea bass that he doesn't
thing out of the past and it was definitelly a wad of trouble Draws", and that Is just one of have to fib about, Miller caught the giant while fishing in 1963 compared with 1962: '-w.THEY'RE.

First of all, we left Florida Saturday evening and due the tricks that lie picked up by at Playalinda Beach, (S-A Photo) flu hepatitis, 7,(68 585 cases against against 884;12,240 and; STILL WITH US Charles Howard and his

to various complications, car trouble and then driving watchm' Dill Elliott In that kind
diphtheria 24 against 44. two sons Michael and Jerry, show that cold weather
through two to 14 inches of snow, it took nearly four daysto of a draw, the guns are set in hasn't, driven diamondback rattlers into hibernation.This .
reach the home soil the holsters with the grips for- These diseases increased:
six footer with 15 rattles and a button was shot near
A word of warning don't buy a foreign car, especially ward just the opposite of the
Bowling NewsClassic chicken pox 4,959 cases against Orlando Utilities plant at Delespine One of the boys saw
if the thing decides to have a fit in Baton Rouge La. We normal position I always figgered -
4,176; German measles 1,004 the snake sunning itself on a bank of dirt. Howard got a
know there has to be a kind person in the capital city, but that kind of a draw wouldbe
against 490; measles 4.873 short pistol, took dead aim and hit the snake in the backof
after dialing a phone until my finger had a black ring aroundit a lot harder, but if it slows
against 4,183; mumps 3,448 the head with one shot He brought it in for a picture
we soon discovered not one in a town of 250,000 even had Dave down any you can't tell it, League Breil 185. R. Seidel rolled\ a 202 against: 2,676; scarlet fever 418 mainly to show hunters that snakes were still out and

the gumption to say "yes, I will fix your car." This was Dave has worked for a number In the third contest for T and G against 233; tuberculosis 1,527 active,-(S-A Photo).
very disgusting Actually, it was worse than disgusting, of different shows, among them, Cus Faulk Chevrolet team Music, although his teammates against 1374 and whooping;
but the lingo that is permissable for an occurance like this being AI G, Ktlly and Miller which has born leading the Titus. cduld' not carry the lead, losing couth 587 against; 362.

would give our readers the wrong impression Anyway Bro Circus, Crhtianl and Wallace ville Classic League most of the I) 829773

don't buy a foreign car unless you are a genius and can BKW, and many others. You season, began stretching their& *B and E Shirt Lettering also About 70 per cent of deaths Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!

carry every imaginable part that could break, along in the may recall that heiwas wilh the pervious margins last week after' took three easy games from Virginia in Florida come in the chronic
trunk. Dailey Bros. Circus when we romping over second place Space Fried Chicken, winning a class. In this category is heart

We started back on the road Monday afternoon from saw him lure,a few weeks ago. Painting, Inc., at Gateway Lane total pin knockdown of 25t>3 to disease which is the state's Number -

Baton Rouge and again headed for home Here was the real I !still am't. found out all the and also taking over as winner of 2325.B and E Shirt Lettering won One killer, causing over one I

pinch. I thought the car deciding to quit in the bayou country things he can do, but I know he's the first half session. 003.827 In the first game; 782.726In third of' all deaths, said Dr. cI

was a pain, but we felt the real pleasure when we pulled worked as a juggler, gun twirler, Top honors in the Classic Lea. the second; and 878-772 for the James E. Fulghum, director of i1cti

into Shreveport, and started fighting the snow From here sharpshooter rope spinner, gue which is comprised of some third game. High scorer for B the boaids Division of Chronic :i I It I ti

\ to Oklahoma, it was nothing but ice, a solid mass of snow knife thrower land I don't t of I the finest bowlers at Gateway,.' and E Shirt Lettering was B. San.dusky' Diseases r
J decided to have changed several different' 210 game, and 0, K.
that was nearly impassable. Several times, we know what rise And he's dog '
try the field, only that was not our idea, we careened off goned good at ill of 'emI I Dave'swife times during the first half, until*! Thack ry > 569 series. Leading !Te laid cancer is Number 'ltl/
Virginia Fried Chicken was Ed Two the list and that this be.
three weeks ago, when Gusjt on ,
the road / "CIlIUI',. baa the easy
Faulk's squad began pouring on. Koonta with a 201 game comes more a problem as the
a Just the same wt managed to fight the s wand ice, job. All sh<( ,I' and pulled into Tulsa at 6 pet, Tuesday event g:, i track oi. his guns, keep 'em the steam LaGrange Grocery, the number'live population grows (Older. Stroke is
team in the with the third greatest killer
'winning league 25
Last week, the team
There was four Inches of snow on the ground so we loaded, stick up targets, hold ,,"
were looking forward to the big hunt. trips of paper for Dave to crack bowled against Space Painting, 'Wins and 23 losses squeezed by Di. Fulghum said projected When you bring pow protcriarion to our Photmodit -
ritusville Tile and Terrazzo and
Early Christmas morning, after the usual visit by off with a Hi bullwhip and which' 13: tied for second with Little won two Bill Coleman 1963 figures, based on data for r you con have complete faith that It will fto (ailed
i Tavern, and won two of the games
Santa Claus. who incidentally pulled into( Oklahoma and stand still while Dave throws three matches. In the first con-_ rolled the only game over 200 (for the first nine months of the occvrofdr-with fine, froth drvgt .exactly ai your I
the midwest with chains his sled hit the fields knives at her'! (That another 7 year, show increased deaths Doctor oldor.d.
snow on we test, Faulk squad won 832 tot either teams, a 218 and a 566 series People rely on our Pharmacist because
and shouldered for the first time in six months. place where you can include me among the following in 1963 over
a gun 809, and then came back strongin they know thor proscriptions are ,In Skilled Hands.
For hunting, the weather was perfect. About 50 degrees outl I'd be afraid she'd start 1962: heart, 19,016 to 20,653;
the second match to win 900 to Budweiser won two
t easy games b
outside and four inches of snow on the ground. throw 'em l back> '!) cancer 8,814 to 9,502, and stroke! DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
812 The 900 for a five man series from Magnolia Liquors taking
Generally, we have to travel at least 50 miles to find Maybe' you' 've always thought was boosted by Mel\[ Pclham- both contests by a large numberof 6,219 to 6271.
the birds, but this year they came to our farm and all we that a rope was somethln you 203 and Hob Miners 225. John pins. "'...'''...u_"".

had to do was step out the back door and blast away. hung clothes on, or tied up a Branum rolled a 210 in the third W. Anderson's 216 game led CUTTER UJ
Instead of using the usual 20 guage Remington auto- boat with; but to a cowboy a contest la lead Space Painting to Magnolia) Liquors to win the Don Carlson shot a 501 series: to DRUGS ,KHCf

matic, we fired up the old 12 guage, sawed off single shot. tope was, and still 1 is, one of his their only win of the evening. second mach, 876 to 848. Bud lead Titusville Auto Parts. Big A pl. Plaix ; IMI JTltf, ,
Elk's and Floorco battled
With this blooey-gun which had been handed down through mo t important tools And the Little Tavern, which has won weiscr i splurge in the first game for

three generations, you can shoot into a flushed group of rope 'pinning tricks you see in 31 games and lost 11, played the with 859, and another dart in the last place in the Lodge winning
quails and bring down at least two birds with one shot, the circus or at a rodeo are a fourth place T and G Music and third contest with 885 put Magnolia all three sets. Tom Helleran shot
and just the sound from old "Bertha" would crack the ice sort of reminder of a skill thatis won all three contests In the first number ninth in the standIngs a 214 game for Elk's and a 559

on a pond a mile away. It throws a pattern of buck-shot all' but forgotten today. In the match, lun Karberg 221 game F, Cartwright rolled a 207 series, while A Johnson rolleda
about the size of a wash tub and all you have to do is aim world of the old time cowboy, was the big gun for Little Tavern for a 577 series and S. Sheperd 194 for the loser Elk's are now

the barrel in the general vicinity and you're guaranteed at there were three things that with assistance from Glenn bowled a 567 series, with gamesof 15th among 16 teams: while PLYFORM TIMBERS
Floorco is in the cellar with <6
least feather.
a were Impoitant to him They 182, 193 and 196
On our land we have about 40 acres of old coal pits were Ms. horse his rope and his verticAl and he jumps in and Nova Cabinet Shop lost two wins and 42 101sel.Traveling SCAFFOLDING

and this is where we sprung up seven big coveys. Each gun, His horse and his rope could out of that loop like it was games to tenth ranked Firestone, t _

group had at least 20 birds and some seemed to have more, tarn Mm a living, but the gun standn btill I dont b'lieve although Nova was able to remain Team =

but we had a field day. Old "Bertha" knocked down et least could feed him or save his life in I'll ever learn: to do that. in ninth place, only one PANNING

15 birds and all this was done without a dog. By the way time of trouble And he had to Just in case you'd like to see game behind Budweiser, Brcetlloves Texaco fell into a

just in case you want to know the story about naming thegun13ertha" know how to Lice them all, and Dave, you'11 be able to see him The highest game rolled for first place tie with Cocoa,Mutual iLV LUMBER CO.

) this was my grandpa'*idea, ,,' use them well, or he'd, never at FlfricWonderland\ and I Nova Cabinet Shop was a' 188 last night, during competition in
', When,,the Germans f first'
and missiles, they had a'great big one'!, that would travel 50 Here again Dave makes spin- you about any of the things he 508 miss!:: H, Keller fired a losing two games to Beasley'i (Opening a yard< in Tituivillo soon)

r'," miles and then blow-up, and if the blast didn't kill you, the nln' a ropa look real easy Butit does Just one word of warning, 202 game for Firestone, while Men i Store
:: sound would. The rocket was called "Big Bertha", It def
ain't near na! as it looks! if do want to
easy though: you try Joe Smith anchored a 508 series Frank Little rolled a 223 for \
initely fits the old sawed off 12 guage. I can spit a rope fairly well your hand at twirlin' a gun, bdnpgmec' backed \vith two games of over high among the local bowlers -- .
Anyway, this year's hunt was not like some we have in a flat loop but I never sure' it's empty! And end also shot -
a 627 for high ser
had in the past. We were without the best quail hunting 170.Brct'dll''e'l
could Get the doggoned thing if value don't
you your gun, tryit Texaco droppedtwo ie., Bob Miner rolled a 598 series -
in Oklahoma.
dog Old "Rat" has retired, after 13 years of to stand up In a vertical loop!' hard surface. You're
over a games to Titusville Auto ; George Walters, 527 Ken
service. He what ;
was we called the Rio Tin Tin of Ileinz' 47
Dave get that loop spinnln, and sure to drop it more than a few Parts despite! a 221 game abet Karberg. 529 and Frank Thur
different kinds No special line of petigree, just plain dog ; APARTMENTS[ AND toilers
keeps it spinmn, either flat or) times'! '
There's quite a story behind this character and some.. I bj Frank Kirk in the third set low, 498. Weekly, monthly rates.. Adults
time we will reveal some of his mlschievious schemes. only Garden.

The old fellow is getting up in his years and his feet arc( .
f nearly flat from tromping through the briars and black on all MwiqCtVLk'' Brand Paint ;

berry patches! and the stiff collar around his neck, is weighted '

: with Probably 13 tags, signifying the biggest yearly habit vaccinations.of Rat's, was that he Buy one) I ;i 'This' '. AclvcrliscmcnL

always ate his food outside and near the creek which runs rREEAT :

directly behind the house. Now, why he has to be fed get oneINTERIOR

here, we will never know, it's just something he startedone cv reached a total of 18 600 Star-

time about 10 years ago and never quit This is not t
much of a problem during the summer, but when it gets cold NO tXTIA. con Advocate readers, mostly in

it is a nuisance.Rat .
North Brevard
LATEX County) ,
always eats dry dog food and it has to be Gravy WALL

Train. This type of dry meal can be prepared with wateror > .,. . .andit

fixed as a dry meal. Rat would eat it dry during the PAINT RACING

summer but as soon as winter hit, he had to have it rnois.d .
.. tened. ,

,. At first, this was a problem, because it was nearly impossible slim COR ae'wwmR 1l111He I NIGHTLY I L 8:10 8 : '1 0 EXCEPT COST
: : : SUNDAY
to put water in the gravy train because it would MO J-t<>0*, I aOe

9 freeze But before we solved Rat would this. have a chance to sink his nose in It. soap ittr-AMO CHAM.woos.ur- WITH I MATINEES. I THURSDAY LADIES' ONLY .

We suppose Rat was the only quail dog in Oklahoma WED. AND SAT NIGHTI

that ate his gravy train diluted with Jim Beam, because alcohol $ 98 I I 2 P. M. Sorry I No Mlnorsl
will not freeze. Yes 6 What have to advertise
it didn't take Rat long to( discover (Plus On* Free) you
the explosive after effects of Jim Beam, because every GALLON
morning following his breakfast he could be found in the 1 LUXURIOUS CLUBHOUSE

chicken house pointing baby chicks, thinking they were GLASS fc.4CLOSID; e P Our ad rat.'

quail, Believe it or not, dogs do have hangovers, just ask WALLPAPER IN STOCK( HEATED, GRANDSTAND I 8c Per Word
Rat, who is now a habitual alcholic and he can verify sleep J

ing in ditches and running into black angus bulls. He would I !. VALET PARKING P P (Minimum charge SOC)
come home at night, cut and torn from limb to limb, after
he had tangled with one of the bulls. Something tells me "Where til. Top Doge Run

I old Rat must have thought he was tangling with a big black MARY CARTER PAINTS .i Rain or Shine" Phone 267-0331: today.

bear. He never could see very well, the the Jim Beam did 4C4 Main Street
put a kink in hU tall AM 7-0731 1 Hwy. 17-n fat. SontorOrUn4. I:., -



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Service Planned '. ,, .:-t".., i",..' ..,.,..--"'Ofo.,.4!;" "'.."..," ,..."...... "7);....- 1 .' 1

Star Advocate At Good ShepherdAt ..c "" .' .' ". r 'f. .I't.,: ,. ,
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Good Shepherd Lutheran e''<
The Vole oi 25.000 North Brerud County Resident Church in Titusvilk. a apcual k ed

worship service will be held on 'I
New Year'f Eve at 7:30: o'clock i. '
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The licv Arnold F Claus, pastor

1 ', ETV CommissionTo will bring the message It III
V P t I 9'V [ "J'U5.' lead Ihou On!", basiii a11
on the text. from the fourth

Meet Jan. 3 3In Chapter. of St. Lulu, verse 18 t .
and 19This

I t r H OrlandoThe 1 Il' to be a family worship .
service and all members "
!friends, and vlsitoir will be nost
Florida Educational Television -
welcome During the service ,
Commission for the first
5 the Sacrament of H>)ly CommunIon .
time will hold its meeting in Or. will be uUbruttdC I.

ii d a r 1 lando on January 3, 14! o Lao:
h p.m., in the Cherry Plaza Hotelannounce nd Shepherd Church IS lo
63 4 R. Earl Hipp. president rated on Garden M one mile
< a i I of Florida Central East t west of Washington St
1 Coast Educational Television Inc ,
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This meeting of the ETV Com Ida "oC'ltional-Tt'rhnlcal Instl
mission is timely as ground lute Tin transmitter and tower
hq breaking Is scheduled soon on the will be in Winter dankn
? iY' new Channel 24 educationil.. trie
{ Channel 24 is scheduled to hit
vision! station site The .stat.on;
? the air in the fall of I'M The
will serve ten county school <-.11' Honda Educational: likvlshn NEW SWIMMING POOL' The above nut of then way if they live on the MTU
terns Including Orivard and Commission has born especially section of Orange: Street bums to he deep While talking to several of the nearby
bring educational programs to ht'lpfulin the development of thin enough for swimming: but is actually only neighbors, the Star-Advocate reporter wa
the homes in the coverage: area. new station, and the ('ommisaoni about a foot deep in places. The pool of told that thev had reported this condition I

Studio facilities will be locatedon is being welcomed tC> Oi lando water is caused by clogged drains and to different city officials but no action had
Oak Ridge;:! Road in South orlando with great exudation for the even days after a ram the water ktill been taken (S-A Photo.)
-- ------'---'-'-' I adjacent to_ the.. Mid Hor' January 3 inciting stands: Several ptoplc have to go blocks:
DRIVING TIPS Florida Highway Pat- the literature i is: free to the public, cour- --------

rolman Don Connor, Police Chief W. T tesy of the optometric association. and is
Brown, and Dr. Robert llogue of the Indian available at police stations in Titusville,
River Optometric Association, look Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Eau Gallic, and Melbourne .
over a booklet written to promote safe 1
driving. Titled The Eyes Have It,

GED 'Tests Set City Recent Manager's ReportThe Baptism Presbyterian Held ChurchThe At FIRST NATIONAL BANK

For Equivalency following is a report of Rev. Charles W. Date. ,
City Manager Cleveland Tal pastor of the First 1'rcsbytiria ne 1
Church here, administered th
mange made to the city council
Diploma AwardsThe recently Sacrament of Infant Baptisn
Sunday to his granddaughtei
"All of the sewer construction Lira' Valmda Bates, child t
General Education Test, oft Celebrate
program has been completed with Charles and Linda Bates Invites You To Help Us
"GED". for the Florida High ofy
the exception of one small job in Ganesulle Also, to Susan Ka:
School Equivalency Diploma will. the Southern end of the City and Wilson, daughter of Herbert an d
be held at Brevard Junior College Mary Wilson; and Tracy Ls
the clean for the
up program pro.
during the week beginning
verne Wardman, daughter o
January 20, 1964, according to jcct Our the engineers arc Informationfor now preparing Murphy and Fay Wardman,
Chester E. Tillman, GED test administrator necessary
preparing the tax roll for assessing Elders Fred Bell and Crutch
for the college. the property owners for field stood up with the youn:
Tillman said that !it is important the Installation of the sanitary families, as rcpic&cnUtivcs oI OUR AthFriday
for individuals desiring to sewer line. the congregation /w
take this battery of tests to be
"A police school was held on
sure that they lave completed
Bank This school was (
several requirements) that are December 17, 1963 at the Citizens sponsore
by the Brevard County Heart As
before one is eligibleto
soclation and the instructor
wa s
take the test. January 2.4.Successful w
Dr. C. G, Wherry. The subject o
These lequirements we ((1)l) completion of the the course was mouth to mouti]
that an individual must be 20 exam qualifies the Individual to resuscitation and heart massage
years of age or older, ((2)) a rcsi receive the Florida High School "During the past two weeks thi d January 3 1964
dent of the Slate of Florida, ((3)) equivalency Diploma which is Fire Department has answem 31
must fulfill the requirements in issued by the State Departmentof 8 alarms The Fire Departmen .
connection with American his Education in Tallahassee. The Is distributing pamphlets throughout ,.. ,

tory and government courses, certificate establishes that the the City on fire preventioi, .'li' ,1 4. !if! ':,
and, ((4)) must file the applica recipient has completed all requirements during the holiday season The ,i ia ih
tion with the test administrator set by the State De- Fire Department is working wit)
before the deadline date. pal tment of Education for a high the Jaycees and the Boy Scout
Tillman said that the deadline school education. It is used extensively to sponsor a tree burning celebration

date far filing an applicationwith by adults in establishing called operation torch a ., '
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him Is January 3, 1964 at the equivalent of a high Draa Field on December 30. : i' Sij'A
4:08 p.in. lie urged all individuals school education for employment "Bids have been advertised bJ;y ,_.
who are interested in taking purposes. the City for the purchase and installation -. ..!. -\'A IATIOIU ,t.r I" "
the series of examinations to of a traffic actuate I : \DANKf" .......
contact his office immediately so The fees for the tests are $7.50 signal control for the interscctioi /1L L> .
that arrangements: can be mad fur the complete battery or $2.00 of State Road 405 and Sout h! 1964 ;: I' '
to fulfill the above requirementsbefore for each of 5 tests taken. Street. The specification for the :
the deadline date. Individuals desiring more information signal control light are set ou t .
Individuals who meet the above about the GED test as prescribed by the State Koac d \ Year For : ':::;', t L I

requirements will then be ing program may call Tillman at Department and shall be. installs
eligible to take the series of the junior college 636.7222. under the supervision s'Slat c f J .

tests during the week beginning Road Department personnel ), Expansion! ... 'f

January 20. According to Till I ) I ... -
man, the tests can be taken dur r-... ..
: CONTINUED THRU NEW YEAR'S DAY Action By The Board Of r..... ..-."..- j
the and Ex l I' .. ),
ing day evening 1.1"' ... .. .. e? '?
amines reporting during the Directors Has Been Taken ..,.t.Ifr."r*" "'" ,.... :: ft
day should report to the Receptio.iist To Expand Our Present .l....(If.!!.. ., .,.I1., ..\ ..... -N_ # ( '' "

's Desk, Administration In Person Building By Adding Lobby'I .
I Florida
Building, between! the hours of Space To The South End of!
8:00 a.rn. and :2!:30 p.m, Those
The Building At A Total
4 4I
taking the! examinations in the
evening should report to the Co.t 01 Up To $75.000.00,
same place between the hours of For Our Customer
6:30: p.m. and 8:30: p.m. No tests
will be given I on Friday evening, 5000 More Square Feet The Directors, the Officers and, the


Parking For 80 Cars Staff of FIRST NATIONAL BANK
only I ONE: : TWIRLERalso

I % Invite You To Stop In Friday Jan.

There Itonly I JAMES FOWLER,

: one PLAYING DOC HOLLIDAY \ -" 3, and Join With Us In Celebrating. '
t;" ;

WELCOMEWAGON Children's Admission $1.30 future free rid on jungle This Happy Occasion. .m

train, "Old 97" track train fettle wheel and "tub of

fun" rid. Adult $2.00. r I II I J\\

: aMa j 'jI

... Ages Admitted on Sic Children's. Ticket! I stI

: :30 years .r aperleeee ilit. I

.. : DODGE CITY ..
toe .Iafesutlea' es It I
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om. : : Florida WonderlandU. I "sour Financial/ Partner in 1'ogrI:8. I'

Federal Insurance Corp.'t.
Member Federal Reserve System Member Deposit 't.
S. ROUTE 1 1. INDIAN RIVER CITY r Washington: & Pine
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For Rent Mobile Homes Real Estate Real Estate ServicesWELLS


I INFORMATION down, 38 months. Pbone AM 7-
NEW l bedroom apartment unfurnished 1035 I x 32/ bedroom, 297-3119. 3 BEDROOMS. 1 bath houi on 3243 for appointment. Cook's

p\nI.lNID 8pm. Day Briar airconditloned. Alter 5. corner lot. Close In. Kitchen! with Well Drilling Service.
.'uLlliHtion For W..|. *. Frl. 2670301. pantry, large utility I room. sip. FIND ONE LIKE IT
It A.M Ifa.. far ) aiL. Publication MOONLANDMobile irate carports. Drapes and rugs FREE LP bottled> gas Installation.
Included. Price 12000. Edward1 AND I'LL BUY 1TITltusvllle !
MERRITT ISLAND. new 2 bed- w 2019 N. US. No.1, Tltusville.
WANT AD BATES Home Salesu.s. Realty, Phone 2673281. Gas Service.
Suburban Propane
I Mnti per word room, duplex apartment. Central 4 M x 120 beautiful
Minimum Chart; too heat and air-conditioning., Vacant ASSUME MORTGAGE. $200 down, 3676411.NIDYCONSTRUC'rIOM.
1 North of wooded Lot Paved Streets, '
..- 267-2590 r' OverpassTitusville no closing l costs, fenced yard, CO. Concrete -
ALL CLASSIFIED;: ADf well 3 bedroom, t bath, 1 block 1 1I Sidewalks. Now 3 Bedroom 2 work roofing,
PAVAJ1LB IN ADVANCEKXLHH HOUSES FOR RENT I east of colt course Phone 267- bath home. Central heat and and masonry remodeling.

tdubllihtd I Account 1827:! 113 Dollar Are., Tituavllle. air. Dishwasher. 14390. Liberal carpentry

.,..,ltl.4 Olapla| l ), flat Avallnhl. hath, large! fenced yard. $$00 plus NEW SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2 tile Terma. Will consider paid DIXIE TREE EXPERTS Special-
on KtquMt. utilities.JHI7-164S 1 ( Mrs. Cabella LOT 100 x 220, Christmas Park. batha. Large living room wallto for nouns trailer In trade. Titus lie decorative trimming all
The lUr-Advocat r.urv.* the Phone Orlando, 275-1939. Children wall carpet. Screened back villa 207-3834. Robert M. Evans, Call 2673201.
of tree
..rlvlleg. .of reviling. or MJ.ctlnf UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom, central welcome. 11 miles West on Road porch. Central air conditioningand Builder, owner types
'y nt II c1 mij
o','''I'j ..tlnnabl and la. chan,. th. adults only $125 monthly. C ., 50. JiMtinj. Bulltin range and SINGER SEWING Machine Co.,
oldcatlan of" soy aI\II..nl Clinton Motel.rnDROOM _ oven, dishwasher disposal, $750 sales and service. Pinking ihears
fnun'lu fiullfy that of ordered this papr.to conform la house, convenient to Moving StorageLOCAL down, move In. AVI 7-1828. 4 ROOM CEMENT block house, ete. sharpened. Phone AM 7-

Th. Star-Advocat.. will not b* grocery church, school. After S. extra lot available. Phone 367. 3344.
rriimn.ibla for mo,. than on. I..r.,1 In. 267-0081. AND LONG distance mo'' 2470.
>. InnrtloK nor will II belIabl. ers. Moving, storage, packing,
for allY .prnr III allve.II.< .. FURNISHED!: HOUSE. bed. shipping cold fur storage, era LAKINGORDON I BEDROOM, 2 bath, Dew, low; ENGRAVED
m nt* to a instep txunl th.. Nicest section liTltusvllle.
the ,.nil of the spare aa.....pl.<1 by room, close! In. Inquire 1005 Mala. ing. Free estimates. 267-334. down payment.. mils. Wedding Invitations
Forest 287-358.
the Horn In th. rllmant. Phone 2670504. Brevard RIdgeway Mayflower. ,_
---- Free gift for just looking at wedding
V BEDROOM house close In. USa GREETINGSAt BEDROOM: a beth earporte, 01 sample book. Also announcement
Builiuna" Office W M.la 1ft,... l.f l.fwc PersonalBEST a large lot. 267-0318.
DUI AM ?.4u31:; month. Call Wessner Realty. 3 !, napkin, thank-yon
Of do,* ifonra I,oo) t. 5:30 267-7123 this happiest season of tile year, I BEDROOM > Data home for notes, informals I etc., 267-5775.

--- ...... ...... we wish to extend to you heartiestand sale. Hardwood floors through
NICE MODERN unfurnished, 2 .11' Os. 'Olt W.41 rIhll.e."Couldn't WISHES for a happy, pros. for the hoi- .
warmest greetings
!! out. screened porch large kitchen
Animals bedroom, built-in range, garage peroui! Now Year from Don IMancinl and sincerest wishes Continued on Next Page
May season, other extras. Locat.ed
and Indian Riv- you start your / record Dolores Mancini, Tom many
carporto, utility, da.lJrSnapshot for a prosperous. Happy New Year. 1 block from Hlvervlew El l*.
2 MINIATURE! black Poodles, er City, Adults. Phone 267-3330. tomorrow! Smlrcich and Gayle Seltzer. May we take this opportunity to mentary School. 11300.00 down iv TUB rmrriT roi HT or TUB
AKC registered.( Asking $100 but Arrow Really 287-7037 NINTH Jiimiu. riHdiT or
thank YOU far YOUR past patronage and take over mortgage. Shown
rl .ORIIII'! IM frillS
make offer. -267-5196- house. 2 tile bath, car- For Rent Help Wanted Indian River City and say we look forward to by appointment. Edwards Really voali. COUNTy.
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serving you Your friends and Phone AM 7-32C1. e'ssvcEssn; :MI. *7 7M
POODLE CLIPPING and groom- porte, utility room, $123 monthly.I'hone _
HONEY with all the secretarial neighbors In the future. "' ,"TIC, .. or hriT
ing. Call 267-3102: for appoint 267-1928. BOOKKEEPER WANTED for eleo SAL'R
ment. I STORE SPACE PQR RENT trical firm. Phone 267-3063 for positions now open and with those LOTS FOR CEnTAIN-TF.KIJ: PRODUCTS
Lakin & Gordon Realty OORPOIIATION, a Corporation
:3 2 bath home for
Building & Const.NIDY rent. Nice location. 267-3564 I STORE, 2470 sq. ft., ideal for hard _appointment.' ____ that from will now be on. opening why don't everyday you en. 25 LOTS, Port St. John. Coon 10! ".. Plaintiff
-- ware. Air conditioning and heat. ANTED, SEMI retired couple to roll at Howell's Business College Registered real estate Brokers y.E. 8 St., DeiRay Beach. Flor WILLIAM B. riOTHWELL/
OFFICES FOR RENT On Garden St. Plenty of parking. Titimille WILLIAM U. IIOTHWELL 111 and
manage small motel. Apply Box 23 Main, AM 7-3023 -
for secretarial trail Jda. _
complete buaband
CONSTRUCTION resident. AM? 72326.STORE .
15 30 feet with and OB. Star Advocate state full ? I did. Their term begins
lals commercial and remodeling x cross petitions ing new OVER W acre lot. 150( foot road anI wife
12 years In Tltusvllle License bath. Utilities furnished. J. W. SPACE ZO by 00 ft. In Mai* particulars. January 8, 1964 and I am frontage. Mimi. 11300 cash. 867- STATE! or FLORIDA Defendant
Childre Builder-Realtor. 1550 N. coils Plaia. |12S month. Rentor reiiitered. Call 2671161. BY BUILDER 3 bedroom. 3 bath
and a/k/a
bonded. Pbone AM 7-2388. MM ALE HELP WANTED I 1310. 1U: William II. riothwt.ll
U. S. No.1, Tltusville, 2672S41. lease. AM 7-1928. home, across from Coquina Elementary William II. Bothw lI. Ill and
WANTED GIRL Friday to handle 1:j School, J12.300. Phone Bothwell hunband and
Camping HuntingBUY ROOMS FOR RENT For Salo Plumbing Supply 267.7678. wife, ,..hl..n.,. unknowns:
auto titles contracts. and In. You' are) hereby notified that .a

OH rent a folding tent camp. 2 to 3 rooms for rent. Prefer wo voices. Must be experienced. Me - -------- 3 BEDROOM, 1V4 bath. 5300 down, the null above baa i been cntltleil filed cause aialimt. and you Ihnt In

CT, sleeps 5, stove, sink Icebox.Double men. 267-5196 TARLE TOP racing sot by Aurora Cotter Motors. 267-2112 SEPTIC TANKS $80 a month Call Wessner Real- I DON'T PAY RENT! you ore rrqulrail, to file. your anawrr
-- ---- with
J. Camper 2476 Old oval track and tWQ oars. Call MALE HELP WANTED ty. 2677125.WHISPERING. or other renpon lve pleading ..
Dixie Highway Phone 2C7-1S84. ROOM I. twin brdt! or private, 207-3757 the Clark of thin Court and to a.. .
breakfast available. Phone 2437SLEEPING -- -- -------- -- --- -of pre-cast concrete, steel-rein a copy thrreot upon the plaintiff orPlalnllff'l
--- -- -- HILLS. Modern 9
BRANCH REPRESENTATIVECareer forced sizes I TRAILER Attornpya, whole name
;)//)11.; NAVEL ORANGES-$4.25 a bushcl. state-approved, 54UTj.
2 bath swimming pool atldrcia la Crofton, Brewer &
room and
Child Care Sweet pink grapefruit r -$1.00 opportunity for aggressive |! ., 630 gals., 735 gals., and 100galg. ())() air conditioned, fireplace, deep Holland 604:, P"'m Avenue Tltuavllle -
ROOMS and efficiencies up. End of f Garden St. and South young high school graduatein Grease- traps Installed tanks Florida, not later' than January -
for rent 801 Orange St. 2C7 Lake. 26T-300S our Cocoa office. Good salary pumped and cleaned, drain field: well. And an income apartmont OWNERS 10 1W1. If you fall to ilo 10.,
3400. car allowance, :5 day week. Pub- relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittmai over 2 car garage and work chop. a Decree lra Confcaio will be entered
CHILD CARE by tour day aialnnt you for the relief demanded -
ot orwt'ek. HANNAH'S HUSBAND Hector lie Loan Corporation. 515 Bre Septic Tanks. Inc., Phone AM 7. Grounds completely landscapedand In the complaint. This nultli
J AM 7-5766.. Tndian River Heights REASONABLE RATES day, hates hard work so he cleans the yard Ave., Cocoa. Phone 267- 4421. P. O. Box 2016 Titusville, contain 120 trees, mostly orange Wo hart beautiful full acre mobile 10 foreclose a morlgage.. The mat,

week or month. Telephone 267- rugs with Blue Lustre. Rent electric 7950 or NE 87511. Florida.) plumosa palm and oak. hone lots, size ICO) x 440, property proceeded agalnit Is 2: atHlock
Frontage on 2 paved streets. Lot 1 and Wut H of Lot
0413. shampooer $1. OTlanagan for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH! 93 of East Kxtenilon ofcottsmoore.
Call 261.2049.EXCELLENT
For Rent JFiirniture. 307 a Wash. Near golf course. $ accordln to the
NEWLY FURNISHED, air conditioning Real Estate thereof recorded In Plat
-- -- -- --- WANTEDReal Move In now Trailer Livingat !! plat
!!, TV, Maid service. $23 GAS RANGE, 36" with center griddle Book 4, Page 18, of the Public
I ARTICLE! FO" liNT weekly. 2327 8, Washington or trade for 30" electric or PUPLIXBS FOR SALE its best. Heoorila Florida. of Brevard County.
eall 267-3407. dresser and set drawers. Apply } Estate Salesman \V1TNRS3 my hand and ...al) of
1317 Indian River Ave Apply in Person CHRISTMAS PARK said Court at Tltuevllle( Hr var.l
FOR RENT LOW rates, clears rooms for work. 2 BEDROOM[, completely alrconditloncd -I County. Florida, Ibis Otto day of
men $10-3. Call 367.6183 or 2C7-S KITCHEN AIDE PORTABLE dishwasher earporte, utility room. BEDROOMS 1 BATH December, 1983.
Sydney Schwartz 3 COURT 8KAU)
Phone 287-7M1 (
Floor Sanders, hersFACTORY 3992. Like new, Good buy if
11 Miles West of Indian River CVRTia H. bARNES "
Phone AM 7-3255 SPACE FOR RENT you want the very best. Make of- REALTOR HOUSES FOR SALE 1410 OAK TERRACE City on Ft. 50. Christmas, Florida dork of 'the Circuit Florida Courtnrevnrd "
fer. 2677758.KELVWAOR.
PAINT OUTLET -- 1141 Hopkins $400.00 DOWN Phone Orlando 275-1939 By Ili-rtle HallDeputy
Baldwin Shopping Center OFFICE OR store in small build- 30" range, white 3 BEDROOM, bath and l/2. $800 1164.' Clerk
Ing. Orlando Road at U. S. 1. down. Assume mortgage. Phone Services 1 Wed
porcelain good condition. $40. Doc 11. 18. 25 19(13.( Jan. ( )
Call 2670928. 267-3159.= 267-7343. QUALIFIED BUYER )
YOUNG MAN with sales expert-
APARTMENTS FOR RENT ence to manage fruit shippingand FURNISHED, 2 bedroom, IM t MOVE RIGHT IN ANY KIND of sewing and alter-
"" ) KENMORE: AUTOMATIC washer, curio shop. Phone 2670413for baths, screened porch fenced I ations. Elsie Chaudoin 267-
2 BEDROOM furnished apartment,
12 First $30( take it.
Downtown location. Apply 311 FURNITURE See Ib at capacity.1039 Alford St. Lakeview appointment. back yard. 360 Gray Ave., AM 94,00 MONTH 4193, Minis area. BUILDERS

Julia or phone_267-2103 Hills. 7-5667. Low down payment. Immediate per PAINTING, expert. reliable and

Lost occupancy. _ satisfying work. Estimates gladly. WANTED
EVER-SE 3 rooms of fine furniture- S ':
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I 6 bedroom, living room, kitchen- 3 piece bedroom suit, 7 GUITARS. ukuleles, band Instru WIRE HAIRED Terrier, deaf Call 3 BEDROOM month., bath Call li. $300 WessnerReally down, PRINCIPALINTEREST "FOREST HILLS :
ctte. Apply Florida Theatre. per
and ments. Lay-a-way plan. Mayne, Whispering
piece living room 267-712J
group LESSONS on all Instruments. Hills.WHITE. TAYLOR'S ESTATES"I I
5 piece dinette All for KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC VPoo : t NICE 3 bedroom, 2 bath home TAXES
Weekly monthly rates. Adults .
T "Sherry"- 4 LOTS LEFT AT
2126 W, Tropic 2676385 AUTO UPHOLSTERY
doul.e: screened
only. 504 Garden. Only vicinity behind Magnolia\ Plaza. INSURANCECall '
Per Lot!
__ Move $3000
beautiful Mendel\ < Lane.
PINK GRAPEFRUIT. $1.25 bushel. Reward. Phone 267-5891. Complete line of auto
2 BEDROOM unfurnished apart I in today. Mr. Evans. 267-3267. CHAS JANNARONE
$13.85 Bring containers. 411 S. Park.
ment. Phone 267-2555, : Mobile Homes Priced to sell. 267-1932 9 to 3 tops and seat covers. Titusville Shopping Center

FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS close P., Mo. FURNITURE SEE TillS spacious! bedroom 267-3126 after 3:30: ""It payj to lee Taylor" AM 7-3441 "
In. efficiencies weekly, monthly BRAND NEW overstocked.! Must TRAILERS FOR SALE home at 409 Hibiscus in Forest 1027 S. Hopkins 267-1170
rates air conditioned 417 Julia DECORFURNITURE sell 7 piece living room suites Hills. Featuring central heat and
Street $$119.77 complete rooms, $248.50, SMALL. TRAILER, all modern air. 2 bathroom lovely paneled
no money down easy terms Call ideal for couple or 1 person. Call family room, dining room, nice

DUPLEX FOR lINTFITUSVIILE. Indian River dry t 267 5735. Open Sunday, 108IIALLILRAFTERS ) 261-4 6OT. patio, oversized utility room, nice
over sized lot. See Mr. Evans or
NEW 3 bedroom. Phone M7-7U3 SHORT wave tall! ) 267-3267. This will not last.
duplex apartment, central air- radloa. Georges Electronics,
conditioning and heat. Vacant. too M. Magnolia AT.. your authorized distributor 1412 Mobile Home Owners 3 I AND 4 bedroom homes Forest

267-2570. _' Hopkins Ave.. 287-4631 Hills and other desirable locatioiw. .
------- rNOTICE

$2S WILL deliver a new piano or 3ARDENDALE. 3 bedroom. 2
I Kids Walk to School! organ now or for Christmas FREEInvest bath, central heat and air land. I ADVERTISERS. ]
Nothing more to pay until Febru scaped. Available February 1st.

ary. Reserve yours now 2678477.ThREE .
i9 $20 down payment and BEDROOM home on 3/4
1126 W. Trople 267-43W: pay only $20/) monthly and you acre. fenced lot. Near Riverview IN ORDER TO CONTINUE TO GIVE THE PEOPLE OF \

I ,,' '2J Moms Love the Kitchens! FURNITURE furniture. 8 piece- 3 bedroom rooms of suite.fine will extra buy large and till possess acre trailer your own lot.. come Schools property.and 1 U.S. No.11,500 1 Ideal.Phone in- NORTH BREV/HD THE VERY BEST SERVICE AND THE :C

7 piece dinette all only $13,AS Become your own landlord.Don't Am 7-5873.:
tear up rent receipts each MOST COMPLETE NEWS COVERAGE.: WE FIND IT NEC. :
month. Decor Furniture, 206
per month. More than 150 happy i AND 4 beoroom homes, Forest
Avenue Indian River
I rrritir] N. City.Magnolia Phone 267-7613., -I. families now reside in our Beautiful Hills and other desirable locations ESSARY TO ADVANCE ADVERTISING\ DEADLINE. l
Trailer Community. Only a Trades considered. 267- "
Relax in Comfort! \
Dads > f.jH5g ENVELOPES Business Sizes few lots left. Visit us and see 3267 THIS WILL ALLOW OUR COMPOSING ROOM ADDITIONAL .. I
Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp for yourself the finest Mobile .
for mailing. Full 1 stock/! at Star- Home[ Park in all Florida. t BEDROOM house dining room TIME TO GIVE ADVERTISERS MORE A TT TION. ..e :

HUNTER _ Advocate Office. and garage. Downtown Washington "I,
CHRISTMAS PARK: Avenue. Suitable for small -a.F

PRICED FROM NORTH BREVARD AWNING Route SO Christmas, Florida business and< home combination. II

PARK HOMES $16,200 FHAxN SALES home and trailer Direction Phone-Orlando 12 miles 275-1727 west ofU.S. Financing available. 2672311.V : EFFECTIVE NOW DISPLAY AND I II

awnings, carport, screened No. 1 & Titusville ;

INDIAN RIVER CITY 267-5221 utility I rooms P.O. Box .928, Titusvllle ___ I't





LARGE 75' x 110' .

Shopping Center .. MONDAY . 11 A.M. SATURDAY
10 am to 9 pm I'. WEDNESDAYaa3P.M5TUESDAY 'I




REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusvill go north oa 7-7037

U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more

HOLLYWOODBEDS 34 mile to our entrance on right For free information 24 Hour Service THE STAR-ADVOGATE

call 267-5 86. ", 311 North Dixie HighwayOn

I ( U.S. No. 1)) Reaching MORE People la North Bwrtrd

DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! I Indian River City nan Any Other Paper. '1'1

Full or Twin Size Mattress and Box Springs Don R. Minclnl Broker

with 6 legs. Complete. ,1- AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK !



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tdtldned at Fort 7.cksnn S, riv for s long limp She olan! toI..k ty
January 1,1164 1 Star. Advocate 3-ft
Paje ,
__ I I until, wilt .nfi iiinih.' !; i, MID I II,
k ife two. diol.\S. will oe! held. January
U Kioffrr lot the < )..

'Classified Advertisements P Well know in Indian Rive City Frets, MO 9,' from 10 a.m. till 12 noon
as Aruly" he Is here for \Tfl day Mr( and Url.! Howard Free at the Brevard County Agricultural

and( hi\\ leave Is up on January man of 4 Orange" Court, have as Center, West King Street,

Centlnved from Preceding Page Used Cars & Trucks 2. Ho ha I just finished initial: guests\ f.tim St Charles, !Missouri! Cocoa; January 8, at 2:45: p.m.
yP a training and is assigned to the Mr and Mrs\( W. O (Slim) High- at Satellite High School, Just

Commtinit'ations School at Ft fill and children, Judy and Danny Air Force Base!
Used Cars & Trucks 62 CHEVY, excellent condition south of Patrick ,
$100 and take over payments. ems.. Jack ion for& 8 wt'ekl.ttl'r that Accompanying( them also! Fla. _,
267-4383 from St. Charles is Miss Bar- .
___ he will go to Paratrooper School
4 DOOR Mercury hardtop. Mont- for three v:eeks. After that he hnra Murphy\ a friend.
$400. 708 Main St., Wanted To Buy :Mrs.( Slaby urges each and every
;-ri7tflfln. will rcceUo his assignment The IIighMU and the Freeman: Home Demonstration Club in

have been friends: for the pad: Brevard to send their
40 LaSALLE convertible for laleor USED AVTC IOBILES, City Auto!) County
15 Mr\ anal Mrs lliehflll!
trade. Excellent condition. Parts. AM[ 7-3686. Visit To Bahamas years : safety and health chairman and
267.1510 after 5. I arc young! Ed Freeman' nnd- else interested in this
r Mr and Mrs Pierre- Gelas anyone
IN Tin: incur: loikror tui.NINTH I parents They arrived here

'S3 PACKARD sedan, good con rlORtnt.; JlllMIAL I'll'Ii": lIKtlir COIL IlkCHU ul:-> \\A 365 Browning Avenue recently December 21st and plan to stay on at talk on Safety.
dition. Excellent 2nd See at ; spent their vacation in Nassau
car. .
(O1'nTY.l'01207 ; least 3 weeks. This Is the first
329 S. Washington or call 267-3412 k\\ and rented a car there. This bring This program would be most
BINDER TO SHOW C41SE TT0 time Mrs Illfihfill: and children
'32 FORD Coupe, $500. Call 267. NORTH BKRVARD COUNT! a British possession, the car have been in Florida: They have Important for young mothers and

4508. 3106 Bryn MawDrive, aubdlvlxlon HOSPITAL and DISTRICT body politic a political.n,1,! ,, was a left side of the road drive heen touring lie( high: .spots of could very well mean saving the
Westwood Villas. .or"orO10CIll.d In Hrevard County. A and they had to get urd! to It. life of one or more children incase
...... Central Florida
Florida, __ ; .00... --- Cypress Oar-
'61 VOLKSWAGON good shape, Petitioner I FAMILY Mr and Mrs, Richardson, Mrs, Albert J Richardson, Mr Gelas is a Dental Technician dens; The Great Mastcrpieee; of accidents. This training
RICHARDSON would! be of help to leaders
works for Dr. Mr( nil < great
new battery, $1195. 267.0289 or TUB STA'TB OP FLORIDA. et .1.i. who the Albert M Richardson, Jay A. Richardson, and he us fink Tower, Patrick Air Force
Albert M Richardson, are visiting Gelas who work with young people) The
267-4527 Heopoell.nu.TO Albert J. Richardson In Cocoa while Mrs Is' aDental
Richardson Base Cocoa
THE STATE "F FLORIDA Albert J. Richardsons, 325 Darden Avenue, Mrs. Albert M Assistant and works for ; Teach: ; etc public Is invited to attend. There

'63 CHEVY, Impala, Super Sport, AND fcHTY TUB OWNERS:etEVFRAL. TAXPAY PRO-<. are shown here with their children and and Nanette? Richardson. Dr II. T. Walker In Tltusvillt! On Friday they went deepseafishing U no charge.

11,000 miles, V8, automatic, all rHS' CITIZENS; AVfOTHFH grandchildren. Left tft( right, Edward and this! week they plan to
have been residing in this
< They
accessories, silver blue, 1 owner. attend the boat races In :Miami.
Exceptionally clean Sacrifice CLAIMING: ANY RIGHT city far the past two yean! They
HiRhfill of
$2650. 267-6967 or 2611441. PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED Indian River City Happenings < 3 __ came here from Chamhersburg, owner [tellers To
BY TUB' IRSl'ANCF! BV' board Motors" in St. Charlesand
IN TIIK': quirt a rarl'r11( his
Jl IIK'I II. IIHI'IIT OK tl.IIHIII\ Cfll'NTY HOSPITAL DISTIUCT Both of thorn are native! ,
IN .\'Ii" KK "K t.\ .IKI. > 1111 \'I'\ OF .lIntl.OIlO) HOSPITAL years own right lie has many trophiesto
14'Il: %MfK: ( .l..t. SOKOHFCI.IXt BONDS HEREINAFTER : : of France', but have,* been! natur The EditorEditor
Active his credit the
nom> MORE PARTIC These Two Are ReportersReporter allied American citizens for anllllt'l'lni racesduring
: RK 01- UIHr.FMtNTMIK : : : I.AKLT DESCRIBED, OH their vacation in Florida
lit Ml TO HE AFFECTED IN:. ANYWAY many years.
is Imperative so far as he U con
LOAN ASSOCIATION:. OF :NEW The mate of Florida, through th< Past and Present w ,''i cerned.
UMYKNA. etc. State Attorney of the Ninth Judicial
In the two weeks,
Plaintiff, Circuit of aalil State and the any. Denton Conrad and Eddie From Tampa past you

RAYMOND 8. -yO.TOWN3END and em.oral)."property. sad ulbera ownero.Irving taxpayers u' (..lava.Ina ... Armhrustor. are members of Boy Visitors at the! home! of Mr. and H. D. News have published! two of my letters
.MAKUARKT C. TOW.NSKND: ,, his tltI. interest la Indinn River of and I ask your forbearance for
any right or Scout Troop 310 of Mrs. Howard Freemen 4 Ray Pettls of OalnesvlMe, on
wife, and the PMHHT NATIONAL property 10 be affected by the Isouasee third awl final time.
HANK OF TITtSVILI.U .< Suecrtmor by Ih. North revard Count!, City. Canton was appointed reporter Orange Court, Sunday were Ed the staff of the Florida Agricultural

to the AsteU of Brcviril 8la(. Hospital District of the 1I0apllal for the Troop in Novembei Robert and William Berrls from Extension Service, has been
I The second Utter was writtenIn
Bank, Hoods. hereinafter more" particularly) -e1 1 1t
Defendant, described, or 10 b. affected I" .ny; : 1962 and held the position "w le( Tampa, who are? old friends of the designated to take the leadership linger, and it was not until I
NOTICE OF Ml IT way thereby are hereby required (0 when Eddie Arm in the life.Saving Tech
fur teaching
TO: HAYMOND 8. TOWNSEND: appear before the CIrcuit Court otIIrevard one year, saw it in print that: I realized
and MARGARET C. TOWNSEND County. Florlda. In lh. bruster was appointed for the niques of "Mouth To Mouth\ ( HesuqitaUon how petty an art it was!
Ninth Judicial Clreull of paid alai
his wife, whole rtil-
from November 1963 Back H.m. and External lIt'BrtMURage"
dance and adolr. I In unknown .t the Court Houoe .in Tlluevllle. next year
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are Florida. on the II day of Jan.. 1961al Both boys are members of th'tMOP Sharon Waddell, daughter of Although:; my opinion has not
1:00 o'clock AM. and show clue
hereby notl'led that a complaint tofarncloee
a certain Arre.menl for why the prayers of the. petition. ru.d, of which Glen Archer w Mr and Mrs. Prentice Waddell The Council of Home Demonstration changed: I apologir to the> ]lady

and Dend Loan between Association Flrtt Federal of New Having army In the granted above and pro..dlnl the Hospital.houh1 Hond nabe Scoutmaster and Roddy North- of 361 Orlando Road is home Clubs and the Indian Buyer concerned f for the mariner in

roe and Joseph JJ. Caurlllui, covering therein. described and the "roc"od.Inl' cult, Assistant Scoutmaster again for good She I U a nurse. City Home DemonstrationClubs which I stated that opinion, and
heretofore ball .uthorlllni thIscooter
described l
In the Urcviri following County Florida.property to. thereof validated and con.. Young Denton consistently reported She spent several years at Jack. Kith: of which Mrs SlubyIs to the staff of the Star-Advocate

wit.\Lot: Fourteen (14)l ), Block H, of dated firmed February laid Hospital 1, 1M4! ,Honda bearing belni In. the news ot hilt troop '1 Ion Memorial Hospital in Miami, president, have prevailed on for using the newspaper. a

PINEWOOD: VILLA. ai per tereat at a rate or rate not ex.ceedlni week by week and saw that the Fla, and then was transferred Mr PeKIs to give i instruction means of personal revenge

map Hrevard In Plat County Hook, Florida 1J. page FublloItecordi 75. annum, payable.lx per aeml-annually centum !18'II, .pIP(' news gut to the Indian River City to Johns Hopkins Hospital in to> members of the! Home Demonstration

gregatlnf: the principal. amount: oiAlH.lep New. Column. Eddie took over Baltimore, where she remained Clubs of Brevard Coun Edward A. Swcrtfagcr
bas .been filed In this Court ajaln- $ being In the denominationof
lit you and each of you and you are St.MO each, and maturing aerlallj last November and there never(
hereby required to fll. your anawir In annual tallmanla In the :years. has been a break in tho new FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
or other defense to laid ault In th. 1966! to loll IncluHlve, a more complete
office of the Clerk of the Circuit deacrlptlon of which said Hoa- reaching i the Star.Advocate,, Denton Conrad Eddi. ArmbrusterF
pita) Bonds la contained In thi,
Court of Brevard County Florida ,
at the Brevard County Court Houie petition herein. which speaks well for the rePorters y rap VttHf KtioW YOUR/
In Tltunvllle, Florida on or before DONE AND ORDERED at Titus. past, and the reporter, SAbNCoC7CtML
the Ulth day of January 1964. and to vllle, Florida' this 9th day of December .
nerve a copy thereof on the ulalntlffa lV.13..! present. FA S 1
attorney, C Winston Smith I v..... B. Carltan f.ORiPATHf i
":.q., Po.t Office Box 487. 9"M N. Judge of the Circuit Court ol Denton is 14 years of age and ) I
Dixie Freeway New Smyrna fllach. the Ninth Judicial' Circuit ol the son of Mr\ and Mrs, Perry ', '
Florida on or before said date. If Florida, In and for Brevard FISHES
you tall 10 do .0. judgment by d.- Ru81r. Conrad cf 603 Thor Avenue Ho nLL

fault.. relief will be sought taken In aialnat the complaint.This you forth EDW Attorney for Petitioner TRADER is in the 9th) trade at Parkway I.

notice hall be publlahed once 813 Strawbrldge Ave. Junior High School. Eddie likewise ,
each week for four conaecutlve Melbourne, Fla, t
week In the Tltu.vllle $tar.Advo- Dec. II. 11 25 19A3\ Jan 1 (Wed.) is 14-years of age. Ha is the 1 SNAKE-IKE EEL IS A

Cate.1YITNRSB. mv hand and official I 1994IN son of Mr and Mrs Charles CATA17WMOUS FISH MEANING/ "

seal .t Titusville Brev.rd County Armbruster, 118 Park Lane. Hi a It IT LtVtVlN
Florida, this loth'day of December,
A D. 196.1tClKd'IT. THE rot'NTV Jt'Bnr'e also is at Parkway Junior High;: a I AN* SPAWNS W SALT WATER
CCVKT SEAL tOlHT.<< IV \' I' SON II"'"\.UII' *. Y I
School and Is in the 9th grade, TRNERg
the Circuit Court. In and for In re: f STREAMS C LAKES NO PLVe'C Ppx' .
Estate of
Florida.Byj '
: Clerk known aa Lit.I.Y M. OOODR\ alec Cjiripinf" Trip J (V A r/yg JO/NO N/7N
C. Wlnnton Smith, P. O. Box 427.: known .. MRrt C. D noODH,, The junior leaders and Stout- \ GROWS Ta {'Fr. LONG AND -ewAClMCf pavs
94)0)) N. Dixie Freeway New Smyrna alto' known aa MAUDE OOODR.Daceaaed 5 TO 7 LBS. JM WEIGHT/ *
Reach FloridaAttorney master of Troop 310( went on aweekend % \
for Plaintiff Nonri.: OP ruoii\TF carrping trip last COLOR PARK tSREErVISH ABOVE
1964. IN THE ESTATE OF. SAIL weekend. They left Indian River
_______ DECEDHNT:
IN Tilt < list.ir ( lit KT nt TIIK': You are hereby notified that a City at 2 pm. Friday and ream
NINTH. "I IIIf 1I.. ('1 IH( IIT. IN written Instrument purporting to be : at about 2 p.m. Sunday, ( t
1\O. FOR ItHP\ .\HH ('(It "1'\' the Lait Will and Teatament of
t 1.41 9014111t'h81' old Decedent has been admitted la having had a fine camp-out. 4J
NO. tllHIlMITIt probate In this Court. You are here
This the nature
crimp-out was in ,
: : Or XI IT by commanded. within alx (S) calendar
JAMES H REID. monthi from the date of the of a reward to all memben A POWERFUL FICHri WHaW1
Plalatlff, first publication of this notice to / TRUI NOOKEP Bins OH MOST ANY I VS. appear. In Ihla Court and .how of Troop 310 for excellent [performance
JO ANN REID cause If any you can, why the act' ) during the year. FISH / ARTIFICIAL LURES EKEUENr) F007-

: JO ANN RFIDYOU DefendantTO Ian Will of to thla probate Court should In admitting not aland laid un- The toys vent to Camp La RICH ( FLAV0gri/ WHEW FR'CP/,MOKEP OH

ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED revoked Noches DeLand bordering I PICKUP DUS< THtM BV Ptmno' off SKIN/ '
for divorce has beenfated Dated at Tltuarllle, Florida, thlillth near J\1J
that a agatnat lull you In the Circuit day of December A,D. 19 3. oil the Ocala National Forest :_ I"ltlIUf AMI AND t:1t16N WA7lR ffSH MMSI'N
Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit.
In and for Brevard County, Florida COINTY JCDCIH Nina boy ncouti and
entitled JAMES H REID. FlalntltfVS. COURT HEAL' ) Glen Archer went on this
JO ANN REID. Defendant Flrat publication nn Deo. IS, 1M3.OKSIN8KY .
Chancery No. 27380.:! You are hereby A KROL trip. Canoes and rowboat were
required to serve a copy of your Attorneya for the Estate available and the boys enjoyedthe Private Steve '
answer or other written defenaei to 411 Main Street SPENDS HOLIDAYS HERE Army THE SDUTH..Pulp'Nood Capital of the World

the Complaint filed herein upon Daytona Beach, Florida lake. Card games were play. Griner arrived home December 20 to spend the holidays -.. ""
A Travera, >ttorneya Dec. II. 2S, ItWJ: Jan. 1, S (Wed) 196. '
Juatlce. for McCarey Plaintiff, P. O. Box: 642 ed on Sunday because it rained. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lea Griner, 170 .Rosehill

Cocoa Beach thereof Florida In, the and office to file of The boys went out In two cars, Ave., ]IRC area. Steve entered the army in Septemberand

the the original Clerk of the Circuit Court ef one driver: by Mr. Archer and received his basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C.

Hrevard lb. County 27 day of Florida January on,or A.D.before the other by Mr. FergiuoaIWddy' .. .ppoP) o p etirtg.basic he was sent Jo Fort Bragg: NI C.r .

114 NOT Decree JurAI jr\tj.r\ :issdstont): where helVaftaechanwNln; < the tnotot.' oo1.,' lIe wlli''re41turn ; 4 \'1 '
or a
HEREIN Scoulitiastefcamevout do Stirr '
Pro Confeaao will b. entered agalnat to camp on Jan 2.
you for the relief prayed for la uld day and helping brinK the kayo

"DONE1AND home. The boys who went were: Board in the Cafeteria at Parkway Dean Lotz, who also lives in In d

vtlle.: Dill Northcutt, Christ Kraft, Edwardis Rifer. City and 8 other
la.r, A _D ISHS. Junior High School dian
(Court Weal) Chuck Davit, Joe Kyle, Steve
BARNS a senior at Titusville HlghSchool Florida football players On that
CURTIS R. Eddie Arm b r us ter,
Webber ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court for and works part time for same afternoon Joe and his (el-
Brevard County, FloridaBy David Webber Joe Ferguson,
Bertie HallDeputy by Copt. Fred Lawton, Director the A&P Store in Titusville. low trawlers took a trip and

Clerk Marina Safety, Itayfhaon and Roger Archer Nanette is at Titusville High toured the Campus with the
Dec. 25, 1903. J... I, S, II (W,d.)
1!III.. Company 4 America's Cup School In tile 10th grade. Her football coaches They found
championship sailing matter. Btehifdsan Family and she makesall ami
hobby Is sewing everything very interesting
or Tim
(cmriiT Cora
IN Till': Albert J. and Gertrude Richardson
MNTII:!' n 1'11\1. rmrilT <)ttlllKlltt. her own clothes :'Part.time next day they 'took a boat trip
IN AND: tOM DmIHU .. live at 325 Darden Ave.
1 'ot'STY. she acts as a baby-sitter Jay on a 70-ft( boat up to Fort Sum-

I. ( """...-. Me. trade Visiting them are his father and Richardson: is in the 4th grade ter, which is located In the mid i
AfTIOH HIH mother from Lehigh Acres, near
:!' ': TO mail and goes to St. Teresa's School. die of Charleston Bay
HOWARD FRANKLIN DAY, Fort MyeM.. He was in the Elks team of the
Plalatlff. The elder Richardson Is a retired night each one
On Saturday ,
I.RC. Little League last season, '" _.., '':''-r'
SAW ELLEN OAT, tool and die maker, who The of the was assigned a cadet
Defendant and very fond of football. guests A Counties jfiajhj! In Pulpwood' purchases during 1962
THE STATE OF FLORIDA worked for Larson & Session\ Richardson have been here to pilot them round and and .

TOIAR1' ELLEN OAT, RMldme of Cleveland, Ohio for 23 years.On they toured downtown Charles
and Poat Office addreaa: 1301 since August! 1962.
Ohio Street !South Cbarleataa, retirement there, he and Mrs. ton. On Sunday they attended
/ De4'c75CA4yttbVOdA11RA
Virginia- Richardson down to Le- -. _. .
Tou".t came >> services with the cadets and then - -- -
to serve a copy
of your answer required to the Complaint: forDivorce )Y.Sot/MDtWS! high Acres and have lived there Trip t. Charleston boarded an Eastern Airlines ATLANTA, CA.-Pulpwood, the raw material of the pulp and paper! Industry, was bar

Attorney.herein O. OarlaB upon Hen the,.flulallffa SSS New J./ q15, 8VOr'SAJ/t 14447MA4 mee. S.,urh Carolina plane back to Orlando at $ p.m. veated in 90 per cant of the South' countiee during 1962. On the accompanying map, pea

Haven Avenue. Melbourne In the, afflee Florida\ of, 5 e F (9t tJo.trJ.'( Albeit J., the mn, is a carpenter : Joe Mance. son of Mr. and His parents met him at the Or pared by the Southern Pulpwood Conservation Association, Atlanta, the blacked-out area

the and Clerk file. the of original Circuit Court at Tltue.vllle ASK Fo.? rile Nt ': 424LLRAfrCwaA'rSFOR and was a member of the Mrs. Carl Mance of 203 Harrison lando Airport and brought him covers thcea counties which shared In supplying 4500 million worth of wood to that Soutn's

day ,of Florida January oa, or li1114."before or a the decrM VMk Carpenters' and Joiners' Local St. football enthusiast and home by automobile, thas endIng pulp and paper mill. Pointing out that this indicates the extent or the pulp and paper

pro confeuo will be entered against ec-trMEAI f04''ro)y2 AfA' No. I 11 I of Cleveland Ohio for IS potential entrant to the U. S. a wonderful trip industry'a importance to communities throughout the ....(on. 6PCA tiencrai] Manager

I you. : ', ta. 1S S. years. He now works at the Cape Army's West Point, made a H.J. aUberger laid alao that the South produced 60 per cent of the nation's total harvestof

(CIRCUIT COURT R BARN 8EALCURTI for Pan American World Air three.day visit to CharlestonS. Home Foam Army pulpwood in 1962. "Production in this region," he added, "'wa'Nllter than. that of any

, Clerk Circuit Court way C. recently.He single foreign country or of any area of comparable size in the world."
I By Bertie Clerk SAFETY MAKES A HAPPY SHIP Gertrude Richardson works attended dinner at the Cit Pot Edward Chrismond, (Pvt.

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4-B Tlhmin* ( Florlds) StifAtfvtuM W NINTH JIUIIMI. (IIHdlT IX Florida, tbl. 14 day of December the office of the Clerk' of the Circuit that a cult for Divorce has. been
Avis ri)H UHkV.\KI COUNTY, 1163.. Court of Bnvard County Florida, filed agalnat you la the Circuit
rl.OKIII (Court ffaal) on or before the 27 day of January, Court nt the Ninth Judicial Circuit.
MISTER BREGER STARADVOCATE'SCrossword IM ( II.I>CICHY MO. nmXITItK Curds R. Barnes A.D. 191H.flEItbIN. In and for Ilrevard County Florida,
Clerk of Circuit Court FAIL NOT or a decree entitled FRANCES!! CAROL UOI'
LUCILLE BRADUOCK UUNCH 15,25 Uertl Hall l D.C. Pro Confeaao will be entered. again-' AI.SKI. Plelntlff. VD. RONAI
Puzzle Plaintiff' Dec 19&3, Jan, S (Wed.) 1M4IV et you for the relict prayed fur la FRANK GOItA LHKI. Defendrnt,
va said Complaint I Chancery No. 27379. You are hereby
a CHARLES EDWARD bUNCH, TUB CIHCllr COfHT or THE DONE AND ORDERED' al Tltuavllle required to serve a copy of your
kie Stairs .t law. kgaleee. MXTII' Jllle111. flHCIIT IN1SD Florida. this 23 day of Decent- answer or other written defame.* to
H devisees. grantees or any r-OK HICVAKI> COUNTY: her. A. D. 19 3. the Complaint. filed herein upon
4f ACROSS DOWN 20. Sick I 1 other persons claiming under FLORIDA (Court Seal) Justice, McCnrey *. 'Traveri Attorneys .
USE M 1. Doff L Wother1e. 21.Milk Chance Edward Bunch l"It.lt.KV Net .lMINOTIfK : CURTIS It. DARNER for Plaintiff P O. Bog 543: ,
6.Hardy Calf business ; Defendant ; OK 81 IT Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cocoa Mench, Florida, and to file
heroin 2. Barer 22.Mall- t' H To: Chance Edward Bunch his DOUGLAS C. YOUNG, Ilrevard. Counlv. Florida the orlr.lnnl thereof In the office of
heirs at law' 1 legatees devisees. FlalnUff. By llertl HallDeputy the Circuit Court *f Brevard County
ABSTRACT 9. Full Ion 3.Animal'spelt CIoUl H ) +Y N granteee, or any other person claim "YII. Clerk .Florida on or before the :27 day of
10. English ITUdeaulhol" v. h 4 Ina under Charlee Edward hunch, LINDA GAIL WATTS YOUNG, lane 25. 1903 Jan. 1, 6. 13 (Wed.) January. A, D. 1W4.HEIIKIN .
91lltrt "o.. i t.-orfamine Ing A'' name and residences unknown Defendant ItWt.IN FAIL NOT or a Deere
12. A market 21 Girl' e 1 N ,1 N n You are hereby notified that a TO: LINDA GAIL WATTS YOUNG Pro Confeaao will' be entered, a eln e t
plies (Evening nick- A Complaint to Quiet. Title has been YOU AUK HERE11Y: NOTIFIED you fir the relief prayed for la auld
13. French Bun\ cod name 5 T '' filed: agalnat you and you are required that a suit for divorce has been. Tilt: CIKCt IT < Dl sty OK Tilt: Cnmplultit.DONIC: .
filed MIT JIIIHIU. CIMdlr.! IXAMI I ( AND= ORDERED!: at Tlluavlllc
to. serve a copy of your. Answer against you In the Circuit
river J.Culdo'snate 2S. Or1tlc.. 1'**.....,'. Aaiwefsponge or Pleading on the I'lnlnllffa Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, POE KKKVAMU tOl.NT Flvrlila., this 23 day 14. Equip. > of attorney John A. Heed. 479 IJ-llard In and for Hrevard County Florida, t 1.11 Kill \ toe A.l, lutlO.:
15. Compass 7.l point: abtr. title 26. A aattworks 33.Bound, a* the original Answer or Pleading In 1'1Ilnurf.0'11.. LINDA GAiL WATTS > 'K: OK Kl IT CURTIS It. BARNES
17. Life 8.A tune 27. Legal an auto the office of the Clerk of Circuit YOUNO. Defendant Chancery No. FRANCES CAROL OOHAr. KI. Clerk of the Circuit Court for
Court: on or before the 18 day of 27381. You are hereby required to Plaintiff.VS. llrcvnrd, County Florida
suit horn
18. Lloyd'sReglitry 1.Spanish action January 196. If you fall to do ao, serve a copy of your anawer or other sly V'-rlle HallDeputy
length unit 30. Pickpocket 40.To mature judgment by default will be taken written defenses. to the Complaintfiled RONALD FRANK GORAL8KI. Clerk

symbol 11.Examlne4 33. Insert 'Owing ..>alnat you for the relief demanded herein upon Justice: McCarry DefendantTO t>.-.,. :25. 1INI3. Jan. 1, 8, 13 (Wed.)
18. Ha.rlIS./ .1I111t or surreptitiously 42.Indian I In' the Complaint & Travere Attorney for Plaintiff, : RONALD FRANK GOIIALMKI 1M4.\
sounding! work weight P. O. Box 641.: Cocoa Beach, Florida. YOU ARE 1IBHE1IY. NOTIFIED

23. T.UurlumD..iCarclel1tl">* Belgian Narrow'
order, marble Inlet: geoV C ( as !
24. Look 50METHiNO OUre) / _
k quickly I 1 3 >> b 7 8 4\ / YOU TAKE IT A115TAKE ? PURPOSE! _.
23. Variety of AWAY GOTTA

willow 3 fQ II ? CHECK THROUGH o t I It

IIe.t w.44,4A,,. ,. ...,t 28. Dwelled
Covered I. ,S

"It says be went from TV repairs directly 31.with Railway sand: I. iti Id/ 1'i".W" 17abbr.

into al't.nANN ; .

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to group*
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abbr. .l$' II J.l V/ l8ae.

LANDERS .Ouldo': V"; .

3.note&A'J' SO 3' U.- .

..1? river c"J 2 $3 5i 3s .
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When To Tip cry ; "; JI : ]II1 I'2' _
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45.48.Debate Manacle is 04Q"I l. 'U 4/" Ui iiii PIDN'T LCNSsi USrVEKV

Dear Ann Landers: Recently a they come over they slip me a 41.Raeattsc4TNevlra 4i : = 4W i eo

group of us were discussing your few dollars "for the baby's 43 v

column on tipping. What startedout bank. I'm sure they know I am 43.89x/) r74'

to bo a very pleasant conver buying milk and food with that 11.

sation turned into a fierce clash money.

of opinions.A I'd give anything if 1 could turn alive new book, "Teen-Agers and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SIXTH

man whom all of us consider back the clock a couple of years, Sex"] ($2.05)) li I now available at IL'IMCI.IL IIHKV.VUI CIK COUNTY< IIT. IN, H.DIilKA ANI t'OK,

Intelligent (sophisticated, too) but since that Is Impossible I your book store. MTATK" Of" IfLUR'DIN CHANCF.kY. ; -

said that tipping was a symptom would like to tell other kids to Ann Landers will be glad to help MO." SUBS.

of insecurity and that people who slow up and take some of the you with your problems. Send TUB! SEAWKN'9 BANK FOH AVINU8 -

are sure of themselves don't findit good! advice their parents haveto them to her in care of this newspaper YORK IN a New TUB York CITY corporation OF NEW

necessary to tip. lie further declared offer. THE STRONG-l1EAD enclosing a stamped self- Plaintiff
that tipping is subtle way Dear Strong-Ifead: Here's your addressed envelope! JAMES DAVID "STEWART .t .I.

letter. Are listening Students Defanda.hoilca .I.,
of from inferiors. you ,
buying homage
( OCHT IN ANII VUH URKVAttl: Edward E. Summers and Virginia r \
CUUNCY, ITLOKIUA his wife whose
Summers ,
agree. If you do not agree, please Dear Ann Landers: About three la r., realdencej l I. unknown. WNih vys--, gd1 '

take him apart in your column. years ago my husband was Involved Eetate of Notice lej 'hereby given that lull BEAUTIFUL C;
haa been filed In the above
Thank you. ALL EARS in a scandalous financial known ai LILLY M. OOODE. alia Court aialnat you and each of you, YOUNG u IDU
known' a. MRS. C. D. GOODE, (C
) mess. lie was found innocent but and against Jamee David Stewartthe
.lio known a. MA.UDEJ OOODB title of which cue It aa above STAGE? l '
Dear Ears: Tipping should be a his picture was In the papers a Deceaaed ehown. y

reward for special service. Unfor deal during those terrible XI"I ICE TO CKEUlrOKSTO You are hereby required to file
your answer or written defeneei.
tunately it hat become a built-in month and it made a itrong impact PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS' In tbo above proceeding with
custom and more often than not OR DEMAND AGAINST the Clerk of title Court and to serve
on community. THE SAID ESTATE thereof
a copy upon the plalntlffiattorney
i it Is expected, regardless of) the You and each of you are hereby whoa name and adored
There about five six
are or people notified and required to "' sent any eeje.e' '
quality of the service appears hereon, on or before tbe Q
I in our crowd who bring up claims and demand which you, or lath day'of January 1W4. the nature e
I have said it before and I will the husband cither ot hare 'afalnat theEstate of this proceeding being a suit to LI ie Ri5t5WAV
regularly. LILLY
y past My of MAUDK OOODE. foreclose the lien ot a mortgage on
say it again. It would be Infinitelymore goes into a cold sweat whenever also known. a* LILLY M. OOODE. the following described property
If in alto known, a. MKH.! C. t>. GOODS situates Ilrevard County Florida,,
equitable employers the subject is raised, and I findit also' know a. MAUOE GOODS to will Wm NOT70DAY I IHAVETO&E \ AFTERALLya

w-. the service industry paid their terribly humiliating. Deceased, Sate of Breviri: County Lot 12. Block J,. Section B., HoweGarden DUDLEY. FAIR.ABOUT ) MYGOLDFISH
and State (W Florida, to' the Honorable Subdivision, accordingto MR.
I employees living wage insteadof I would appreciate it if you VLKOILiJi.;, CONKLIKO. Jude; map or recordedIn ABERNATrTAREN'T YOUDOIT.THESETHINGS. / NEEDS HER

) passing on the responsibility to would give me a few sample of in? Ci'>nty ":ft'1aC; r\\ In ;Tltuavllle :- Plat otl'lt2.Pare M, Publloftrconli you EXERCISE)
B'orlda| lit /) calendar of Brevard County d y 1001
the costomers. sentences to shut these people up .monlha teem the date of the Florida. GOING TO p
\ flral publication of tbli notice. DONE AND ORDERED at Tltua- : TAKEMONTY
The notion that "homage" can and for all. Thank in '
-once you Each claim or demand ", u.t be In villa Brevard County Stale of st
i be bought with a tip is absurd. advance. -- INNOCENT BUT writing, and must elatai the pla.ua of Florida, this B day of December, ClDAILY
realdenue I and punt office, adclroiei' of 11W3. FOR HIS l
And the theory that people whoso SUFFERINGDear the claimant, Site agent or Attorney.All Court Heal 11CURTIS) 7 d l

livelihood depends oh tips are inferior Innocent But Suffering: claim and demand not presented R. BARNES WALK?
within the time and In the Clerk of the Circuit Court
is absolutely revolting. You don't need sample sentences manner prescribed by law call be By C. M. Spencer D.C.
barred. ai prescribed. ty law R'E8H.' WIGHT UURFORD
I -T you need sew friends. Dated al Da toes Beach, Florida. I I American National Bank fildtf. F-
Dear Ann Landers: Please Anyone who would be so thoughtless this fth day / Deoenbar, A.D. 1963.C. P. O. Don. 1198 3
doNES 1
R. -
print this letter. It may shake up and unkind as to attempt to KKMtitpr of tat ji < te of Attorneys HI. Petersburg for Plaintiff 83 Florida .

I some teen-agers who will not listen reopen the old wounds and sprinkle LILLY AUDB OOODK.aka Deo. II, II. 35, 1M3. Jan. 1 (Wed.)
to their parcnti. them with salt Is not worthyof a/k/a >IR8. C. I). GOODS 1901. _

For two yean I dated a divorced your friendship. You and your a/k/a ADDS GOODE:, peOS9IN ;
man who had three children.I husband should have long since "y tScROL.Aiturneye .

was only 17 when I began to dropped these clods. 411 Mail. Street for BUate ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only \t\I

date Manny, but I was sure I had I Dayton Beach Florid each at tbe Star P41'i 1
2Jc Advecate
Den 11. Is. :25, 1163* Jan. 1 (Wed.) -
twice as many brains as both my Ann Landers' frank and Inform. 196f. ;

parents put together.

Manny's wife got custody of

of their three !girls. I married him

against everyone's advice and TELEVISION GUIDE

now we have a baby of our own.

We fight constantly about his going '

over to see tho girls. We have
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