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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 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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\ Of f\'OI\\ A tt1I9st

I Buy In Norlh Brevard! S la d Ot: Ie; y- -You're In Florida I

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents :(

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84th Year -. No 2 5c Per Copy Tit ;ville. Florida Frlcia January 1964 ; \
3. 16
-- --- .. Pages Tcday 1 I'++hlr.hed t 1/nday:- Wednesdays and Fridays

Postal Receipts Up .500 Percent In 10 Years Here

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SchoolsIn !

j Is 35 Percent

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Area i M r ; S SaysWallwood.I

a Receipts, at TitiiHvillf, post

x ; office showed a tremendous) increase

1H:4F r ) Add 70 Ft '4A,. during t3! over the pre

Ious year, according to Postmaster .

... Herman Wattwood
70 new ,iluuint. were resi&tert'd The increase was 35 per cent
+in the nine I'ublie sihotiK of .i 5 going from $150.11f1.59! ) in 1 1002 to
North DiL-vard at the conclusion '- we j tl3.5M11f1! Ifl during 13: a net

ot thu Christmas holidays according ," t t" gain! of $37,31)057The .

4r to( reports: 'this murning. 13! total represented a

J Miins Elementary lopped' the nearly KH) per' cent increase over
r ,4 ;+ c list with 17 new MuclrnU jester- + w the total in 1959 and a .Sou+ percut

day and three more this morning .., (' jump in the last 10 years
for a total of 20. Wattwwxl specifically pointed

Coquina Elementary reported 4 L r? .Y 1 m ,, out that the last six monts of 1963dlinwed

13 new students WhisperingHills .' ,,._, y D i particularly good gain
t Elementary Kivrrviuw JSlomcntary 14 o''G l I over last six months of lfi2! > act-
and Parkway Junior wally 41 percent or $37,649.44.Koccipti .

t .. High eight. each, Bay view Elementary I by calendar year at
,.r .,. seven and Tilusvillullmh r the pout! office since j'jjo! are
t .. .I six.Neither. 4k shown below' !

BUSY DAY The auto tag departmentat in getting his new tags. The new tags in :
CujliT Elementary r... ., =Wduti: 4a ., Year Receipt
the courthouse was a very busy place are orange with blue letters and before Mims or Gibson In Titusville reported -
yesterday as the 1964 tags went on sale noon yesterday over 500 had been sold -- fctudents. WELCOME SON, AND GOODBYE and was born at 1246, am. January 1, 1950 $ 23,17654'
I Shown above is Frances Owens clerk, as (S-A Photo.) Father Time takes a long, regretful look 1964. The 8-lb, *A-m. youngster Is the son 1951 27,16860
she assists a customer A. L. Oliver, right, at Brevard County's first New Year's baby of Mr. and Mrs. John W Walsh Jr.. 141 195.5 3t,048.24
before; the old gent takes his journey into Donna Diive. Nct'cllos-s to say, his 1953 UU.40

t .....' ...._ _- Two Fires Net history The infant boy, with the responsibilities mother is liappy. This is her fourth child 1954 37,002.39
+ f't"e of the world already on his (S-A I'hoto.' ) 1953 41.15942:
w shoulders, is named James Stacey Walsh ID.Vi 48.74124
Lillie Action
4 1117! 60.g53 41

= ......1. I 1054 87.05304
,..... 11159! 10U.463
Here Yesterday JP BoardTo lo 123.7813!

tF r I!Mil 134.100.31lMi2
Seven Titusville Fire Department "'I ,
150.1!*) S!)
!a r, trucks were dispatched and .\1 1U03 203,587.18:
three more at Mime were on -
standby yesterday when a three Apply
alarm fire report came in from L tr License Sales

I Fdt' Florida, Wonderland at $;.H( tunr' ", L
I y First report of iFic. .lire'wai to! .Ai'i'llcatlon be made by the

a the effect that a barn was bum Jess 1'1I1'rllth i Memorial Hospital Nearly DoubleIn

Ing although, on arrival (he lend fiiurrl: for Federal (Housing and J
ing Titusville truck discoveredthe Home Finance Agency funds
H fire only minor in nature and totaling $532,626 to be used to aid Three Years
most of the blaze was termin In (lie new construction programat

w atcd. A road! grader caught fire till! hospital if the funds are r r.IraauRj. Sale of motor vehicle license: .
# and scorched the ceiling of a storage approved tags In Orcvard County has nearly

... barn. Art Wcrtham, hospital board doubled in the past three years
As the trucks were being released vice.chairman and building committee ,.,, and 1W3! : showed a 23 percent increase
another alarm was reported chairman in over sales in 1M2! accordIng -
who was
: '
on Knox-McRae !toad in to Tax
Collector John D. Nash
Atlanta/ recently to discuss the
I.t. Indian River City-a fire in a Sr
J1lIlfuncls with the southeast
; new house. Already in that vlcinity +
-- .- regional: office) here, said that the License- sales in 1003! totaled
the trucks at the scene' of
NEW SYMBOL FOR FIRE DEPT Lee types of equipment and numbers have the Honda Wonderland alarm application' docs not necessarilymean 101,087 with 17,627 being) sold out

Starrick, left and Fire Chief Jim Brown been reserved for any new equipment left and headed for what was that the funds will be grant. of the Titusville office, 3U.1H6 out
proudly display the new symbol for the which may be purchased in the future. supposed to be the 700 block on ed nor that they will be used. T._ of the Cocoa office soil 41,221& out

Titusville Fire Department. Each piece This system of identifying the depart Knox-MeRae Kd. After various The III IK A funds would be added of the Melbourne\ office.A .
of equipment will be marked with this ment's equipment will include all stations, conversations! it was learned that t to( the |t 1.8 local 1 bond Issue ..rIHERE total of 81.821 tags was soldin y

:symbol and will also have a number suchas They are located on Garden Street, Palm Knox Rd., was listed as Indian funds and iuuo.ow! )!) in Hill Burton the county In 12, up some
the 11 shown on the truck. Certain Avenue and on Magnolia Avenue In: South River Ave. The fire was discov Federal funds. 11,000 from the 70.834 total in
will be to different Titusville (S-A Photo.) 1W.! The WVt) total was 64.1UO.
numbers assigned Bred in a home near the new It may be possible! that the

Coquina Elementary School added II1IFA fund! would enable
Pants Come Off For Rehab Center BcncfitAuction where there was a heavy tutor of the board to build the entire 8- Speed Biggest
smoldering electrical wiring: stnry structure, rather than the
: which came from a heating and first three floors at the present

I air conditioning unit. time f r Killer In'63In
Is ; The department also answered
"Rewarding'Famous another call on Old Dixie Iligh Several ideas have been ad :

way which was an investigationof vanced-to build the first three !
control burning. floors only, winch can about be The CountySpeed

( Indian River naval financed by the $2.7 local and

oranges the Kind that brirt": DCiwecn Hill-Uurton/ ) funds if bids arc not was\ the biggest:&: "killer"on
$5 and $G per box on the a Two ArrestedIn out of reason, to build and finish I the highways: of Brevard dur
Irec wti. "marketed" for up to the first three floors! and( put up ing l'J03 according to Lt. Handy
th. Tue the basic structure for the additional : Y'ARE JIM Jim Hawkins, well knuwn coloredresident ItoMiiNon of the Florida Highway
$:0 half bushel it
per luncheon of the Titusville ConnectionWith I five floors; to build and and an employee of Citizens Dank for 14 years Patrol
i Ki-vann Club finish! the first {three, put up the has: the honor of ct"pt'ng: the first piece of birthday cake "Many of the 50 deaths on the
basic structure fur the additional cut during the sixth anniversary celebration this morning county's highway might have
The "infUtcrt" price resulted Coin Theft five and finish what they might of at First National Bank. Judge M. 13. Smith, First been avoided If motorist had not

from in imciion of the amous these. National President, hands Jim his cake and cut him an been driving too fast for conditions
ftuit, with the result Out the '' extra piece to take to his boss George Morgan, presidentof ," Robinson pointed out.
43t Two juveniles have been arrested Decision as to the course of actIon
Mirth Brevard Rehabilitation Citizens Bank Dottorn photo shows Hawkins presentIng In discussing the year'i traffic
Center was/ made $220( .10 richer j jlha aid a third juvenile ii to be followed will greatly be Morgan his cake Judge: Smith presented and Morgan death record, Robinson pointedout
bids be
vd determined the to
12 half-bciphtl bag sold j still to bo arrested following in- by received : accepted the cake in a spirit of true American friendly something that Is unusual
for on average of $18.34, which ve'tiga'icn into the theft of $3* spring Completion competition.: (S-A Photo) bout Drjvard.
date is in the fall of IMS.
prompted Ojuctioflcu-donor! L. C e 000 in rare coins and bill from "The county Is unusual in the

Ciofton to "holi his head and the home of George H. Decker, fact that :32 of the 50 fatalities O(!-
cry" that he had rut sold M hw 2513 Titus Avenue Kiwanians To Install On Tuesday cured within the city limits. Nationwide

in thu manner and statewide. the
crop Acres ToCounty valor
Special Agent Lief Larsen said _.
the fruit to major"7 vi iota) accmenu
Cnfton brought: : occur
& the three are white males, who Newly-elected: officers/ of the cluL 4, compiling, 88,000 miles of in rural "
he .
the iice-ting with the vow thatit ireas. eruphasiced.Asked )
vsx are alt: resident of Titusville. TitimilKt Kiwanis Club headed: inter dub tr&vtl. 'to give his reasons fit
would be auctioned at a higher
Larsen and Lt. Vi. J. Bohannonof
by Doyle Frube-e as president, this turn about, Robinson said
price than nc sold it on the the Titusville The club built a home to raise
Police Dept. in-- will be installed during a ladies that be feels people drive too rut
tree vcotigited.The The state cabinet: Wednesday night, bar.quet at Whispering funds a home which Is just{ for street conditionsIncluding
After a big "pitch" about how conveyed title, to 00! acres of landon 111/1 Country Club Tuesday narrow
two arrested about completed. The 40th an streets, crowded rea.,
wonderful the oranges: were, httatted < youths are Mcrntt Island to Urevard parked
'3 and 14 years old. Larsen said rugtit. uiversary was celebrated, the cars etc.
the suction. County and 1,051 acres of submerged
19 lives lost
Duke Holder Mot the first bag .")e Decker house was entered : land In the Banana (Riverto Closing out his year ItS president club was active In Key Club affair the year were-even on though U.S. 1 doting the

for $6.:>0. but the fun only between: Dec. 18 and 26. the Canaveral fort Authority.The of the club at the Tuesday: *, many new members: were majority of this Important north-/
lIe laid 'trial: much of the coin 80 acres to the county is taken Into this club and club .
Halted Earl Jonci( got the see a noon luncheon, Jess CMUlr listed south artery is now four lined
t and bar t'oi: $13 Doyle Frubeethe < collection which included several located J Iii miles north of Audubon norm ';f the accomplishments: of monibfrs were responsible (orinspiring Robinson pointed out that moat
bills, \was recovered.: Road and was given to the the West club to
Cocoa motorists
third for ill. Gt'oreMorgan the club during I 1003 a year their speed onourlaned
$1359: ( Jas Childre $14,50. Tom j Decker left the coins in hU commission for recreational pur in which the club became particularly continue In operation.: "" / ] areas. *

Cru $10. Al Mason $lit. George I j home for later moving to a new poses. well known for its One member pointed out Five of the county's death )i
The land given to the Port
Tom Gru $10. Ro- home in Indian traveling. were small children who were
Martin $9.10 River City. K; revert- that the club with alt of its
Authority' which caries a in
front of
land Schmidt $10 Doug Bern WHAT AM I BID L. C Crofton urges A higher bid bad already moved about $50.000 er clause: that it must be used Jr, pointed out that there were activities, ,*uld bo known as homes run over while playing or In near the street their
hart $10.(0 and Harold SUnelc on half bushel of famous Indian River naval oranges dur worth of coins and bills. for public purposes will pri 29 at the stale convention 13: at !the "most avfye and bent known or running across street )

$29.Holder ing Tuesday's Kiwanfc Club meeting. The auction raised They have beea!..charged with marily be used for dredging mat the midwinter conference, four civic! club in Titusville" which Robinson pointed(the out that this
said he felt he purS $220.10 for the North Brevard Rehabilitation Center, breaking and erttermf and I International
dyad grew rriil In the expansion of Port at the convention received a hearty round of applause it not a traffic problem at much
AUCTION OA Page I (S-A Photo. larceny Canaveral. and\ members visited dozens tt as it ii a parent problem.IJstUftY .)


2 rihiivlll (Plorhfa) Stir. Adveeafe( Friday, January 3, ItM Tourist Club To

'round town | Elect Officers

rrI The Titus ville Tourist t'I(
: :
WW'-7! will elect' officers for the :

barbara year at its meetings Mom:
With News And Notes wil h
car 16(on
F' Ph. M741S1 267.m4 January 8.

of North Brevard .,
yy yy e27 The club held its anr i tI
Titusville's first baby of the prise when she was presented been spending the holidays with I Christmas party at the Dec ..::1?

new year was James Stacy with a handlaced leather cover \Mrs. Rose's mother, \Mrs. C F meeting. Prayer was offer i

Walsh, )born at 1246: am Wednesday for her Sunday Missal, etched Flake, and other relatives here, by Steve Kirkwood ; carol WI',i

at Jess Parrish Memorial with a cross and her initials on also visited Mrs Rose's sister sung by the crowd with1:

Hospital. Little James is the the front This lovely gift wasa Mrs. Russell] Hughes In Sarasota,, Bessie Cabella :at the piano; \i: iCabclU

Penelope Stonewall Is Wed w son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. light beige color and nude by before leaving Wednesday to re sang a solo; a rea> ;

" Walsh Jr., 141 Donna Drive and Mrs. Peggy Lantz, friend and turn to their home In MichiganMr. was e \'I'by! Mrs. Helen Re-,
P Pc Pv Pw neighbor of !Mrs. Natalie Gardner
has on* sister, Cheryl Lynn, 6and a Christmas poem was read
.' To PFC Frank Joseph RossFirst two brothers, John Eric, 4 club: vice-president. : and Mrs. Charles Roblthaud Mrs. Cecilia LeMay: ; a pro I.
'wl, 1 son, Gregory, and daughter
Following the luncheon the of-
Scott 3.
and William was read by Mrs. Lena Beck" .
Methodist Church of Soloist was Mrs Jewel Bred- On hand for this special event titers discussed the comilllfrar's Michelle, left Wednesday here with two ducts wer: rendered by \1'\' ,
a holiday
Titusville was the scene Dec. 21 field, who sang "The Wedding were the new baby's paternal ) program which includesa Mrs. Robichaud's mother \Mrs Jules Snali'S and Mrs. Sal .

of a pretty candlelight service, Prayer" and "The Lord's Pray. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John a \ in Fcbrurry by Carol II. II. Coleman and sister, Mrs Brown; Mrs. Scales also di'! I

uniting in marriage Miss\ ('eneer". Walsh Sr of Gordonsville Va. Lane, travel, director of) Shell Oil R B Parrish, here. They (live in dance;

lope Sue Stonewall and Marine The bridegroom's mother wore who Just happened to be visitma Co. Detroit Michigan but left here

4(Corps! PFC Frank Joseph Ross. a champagne brocade sheath hero for( the holidiys.! Among those attending were for Mobile Ala.. where Gregoryis Everyone enjoyed a lov. i:
The bride Is tbe daughter of dress with short Jacket, and gold Mrs.- John DAIbora) Mrs. Jack dinner and the gifts piled d',

Mr and Mrs. John W. Stonewall.. accessories. Her corsage.. was of The last baby of 1963/ was a Shrr; Mrs. Ronald Moretto, attending college. round the beautiful tree w,

,119 North Dixie.. Highway, Indian red rose buds. charming: little girl born to Mr. Mrs. Jim Vevera Mrs. John Mo- ]local residents attend exchanged<<

'River City. The bridegroom, now Following the ceremony a reception and Mrs. Roy L Edwards ol quin, MM. Charles Welly and Among A standing vote) of thanks w' nt
the Auburn-Nebraska
ing Orange
stationed at Camp LeJune. N.C.. was held at the home of 1'w 260 Darden Ave. In the Indian special guests, Mrs. Chris Butler Bowl in Miami Wednesday to Mrs. Esther Waxier, pu', ,

,,1s the son of Mrs Rannie Ross of) the bride's parents. The house 4 l, River City area. Susan Elaine and Mrs. Dorrit Mason. were T game O Drake, Howard Terry.. dent lor her untiring efforts I' i
TitusvUIe. was gaily decorated In Christmas born at 6:30 Dec. 31. leadership throughout the
was : a.m. on and Enoch Williams and: Miss \ .11 i
Rev. Edward Norman perform motif. Tbe bride's table was overar""id Plans for Tltusvihe JuniorWonoan's
Kathy Martin. They were accompanied -
1 the ceremony against a backlakl with a U-year-oU linen i
Another New Year's Club Winter Carnivalwill
baby was by four students from Hibiscus Garden
; ground of huge baskets of white cloth, belonging to the! bride's .
little. John Sasko, son of illiam be finalized at a meeting of Auburn who stopped) by overnight
i gladioli and chrysanthemums grandmother A three tiered/ wedding Circle To MeetThe
und Emily Sasko, 163 Alhambra ell committee chairmen and cochairmen enroute to the game
t flanking a large fan shaped can cake was centered on the
I dels...a. The kneeling rail was table. Wedding cake fruit cake, John, born early Wednesday next Thursday at the Ifioiscus Garden C',I I 6,.
evening has ten brothers and home of Mrs. Dodie Powell in Pat Blumer, Southern Bell .
covered in ,while satin. Pew will meet ,
r cranberry punch mints and nuts Wednesday JanI/ '.
sisters. him Fairglen. here and .
for president
patiently wailing manager new
; markers were in white satin were Ifrved.t 2 p.m., at the home of :MI '
Sasko childrenare The Wirier Carnival is the the Greater Titusville Chamberof
et home Other of.
Given In. marriage by her For James Brown, 3 Camellia k ,
t ) traveling the bride choM .. d 1f
e father the bride floor William, 14; Dorothy, 13; *lub' main project for the year Commerce, his wife and family -
wore a a black crepe sheath dress with Mrs. Kenneth Schenck '.1' ,,1!
Linda, 12; Nancy, 10; Steven, 9; ant will bcnent our proposed are back from a brief holiday
length nylon
gown over "Measures
: neckline on
scoop short sleeves, and Tr 'rf
: heavy white satin. The short, pearl neckline and earrings a rd Cathy, 8; Tommy, 6; Joseph, 5; civic: tcnUr A king and queenof visit with relatives in Pensacola, :ares". Mrs E. A. Duff andr]
Stanley 3 and Harold 2. the carnival will) be crownedat their former home.
t tight fitting bodice, buttoned down ,
white pill box fur hat and matching Ernie )Harris will serve us i
C the back with tiny pearl buttons. fur muff. Her Christmas corsage +, a,' a dance: on Feb. 1 at Whispering hostesses for the! occasion

: The, round high neckline was was of red rose buds. Miss! Marilyn Chauvin, 18 H.U Country Club. All contestants Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ely the of

t ringed with a pearl border The Following a wedding trip to Ft year-old daughter of Mr and will be sponsored! by Flemingsb, Kentucky', returned

; king sleeves came to points over Lauderdale and West Palm Mrs Curric Chauvin, 129 Fern various civic organizations. The home this week after sir broadway shows and night cluh

II the bands Her bell-ahaped skirt Beach they will make their home Avc.. returned recently from a dance will also; feature a live sting a week at the home of their Their biggest thrill though wa,

: was la the "Queen Ann" style at Riverview Trailer Park. delightful: holiday week in floor show and as usual should son, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blythe, Central Park with it's win!.;

I'' The fingertip length veil was of The bride was graduated from r Baton Rouge, Lousiana Marilyn prove to be another successful: 308 West Virginia Drive. dress of ice and snow. "It WoI'

!| nylon lace and fell from a crown Titusville High School in 19 2. stayed with her aunt, Mrs fund raising project by this beautifully\ majestic", they rt',

J J of ]lace-covered satin. She carried was a member of D.C.T., F.11.A., i Joseph Sanchez and spent sev group of ambitious young wo Mr. and \Mrs Dean Barber of) ported... They even had an old

I a cascade bouquet of) red rose Anchor Club and( chorus. She was eral days with her grandparents, men. Je/fersonville, Indiana, are. visiting fashioned snow ball fight.

J and tiny Christmas pine cones, voted "friendliest' girl In thee > ,- Mr and Mrs. J. B. Bourque, in Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Barber, The ]local .
set In white and silver satin ribJ group returned Monday
senior class Mr, and Mrs. Frank J tph RGrctory
Gonzalea, La.HigMight Sorry to hear Sara and Johnny 2302 West Tropic SI.Unqul'stionably. .
J boa The bridegroom was also graduated ( Photo) of) Marilyn's short Shuler of 3 Lakeview Drive will to attend tbe New Y"II< : ,
t Judy A. Baker served her sis from TitusviUo High in ; activities in town
vacation: was a trip to the historic be leaving:! our area today to the most exciting
ter as matron of honor. She wore 1M, was treasurer of the DE
make their home Houston
city of New Orleans with in ( holiday trip by local
{ a royal blue brocade taffeta with Club, played basketball and was National Music peapie -
friends and dinner at the famous Texas, where Johnny has been was the one. made by J. J
f.-- short bell skirt, a scoop neckline voted the "wittiest" member of Perionah 'New
and three.quarter length the senior class. He has been !In Director To Attend Fittari'i Restaurant. transferred: :by Lockheed. The and Betty Parrish, Pauline Dry Special

sleeres. Her head piece was of the Marine Corps for the past SPEBSQSA Meet Shulerj have lived In Titusville an. Ray and Connie WinsteaJ! and AUTO POLICY
Guesti at the J. O. Threlkeld nearly five and have five
Connie Helen
years and Brady This
white fur and blue E'alne! and Peter Gaenicke
royal netting: 1H years part of the time in the en-
She carried a white fur muff and Carribbean area. He Is now stationed home on Main St. last week were Cob Johnson) National Direc joye a quiet but New Year'sEve children :Mike 10; Diane, 8; group motored to Jacksonville on eastern. liability; .*lmw Mfillrullww
gay Jeff 9; Janet, 2 and June :3 s Thursday a week and board. Itaulh *J lloo 'nln."....
Mr. and Mrs James B. Threlkeld ago
pinned to the muff was a Christ. al Camp LeJune, N.C. tor of Musical Activities of the dinner with several.. of their Mvlvrhl

mas corsage of red rose buds, Out of) town guests attending of FranMintcn.! N. C.. Mr. and SPEBSQSA: (Society for1 the friends Tuesday in their home months. ed..a private whisked ACL railroad to ear and Ile Cult la..rly.UC"I"ojT;;I. 1111 e'ar jl..I: 1)lIIU.H-, lu
tiny pine cones and sparkle. the wedding were Mr and !Mrs. Mrs. Ed: Joiner and Gail Joiner Preservation and at 123 Thornton. The guests began Bit there's :a good side to away a "Winteiwonderland" rU.nll>> .b... a. h.... 1ua.IV. .
The bridesmaids, Miss Boxy Bernard Norman and family of Encouragementof their. "steak and cl1am.palgn" every atury. Johnny will)) te just in New York City )....h..."... a'.rl,
N*. Mr. and -
of w Smyrna Beach The local .
took ia
) Barber Shop Quartet Singing
Snyder of Miami cousin of the Rockford) 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil dinner 1963 and over 200 miles from his former
bride, and Mrs. Patty Ross, sis Crissom of Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clarence Rkhey and Bill in America), will be a special with dessert In in 1964. Attending home oral will be able to make the fruit market in N.Y. and was KEEL INS. AGENCY, INC.

ter-in-1ew of the bridegroom, G. J. Zimmerman. Mr. and Mrs. RUchey ef Veto Death MISS guest at the society.. meeting on the party were Dr and Mrs frequent visits with his father, so fruit encouraged over this )..,'* Ml U.IU.. tt..ii.
prices, they deckled to "do
were bridesmaid, They tfotff"gowns "Cecil Cresselier and ol WMI.'I
family Wanda Welch of Fort Pierce, and who was. In a railroad accident
January 8 at the Merrill Island Richard Andrews, Mr and Mrs the town" and took in several
identical to that of the Orlando Mr and Mrs.
; _
Mr. and MM. Carl RammeU of last July
.! William Huffman, Mr and Mrs.C. .
Fire ------
Matron of Honor, except they Briley of Gainesville; Mrs. L. B. Vero Beach Department.
Richard McCotter Dr and
were abort sleeved. Snyder and Mrs. Edna: Moore of ,
The Johrsrm's visit lo the area, as Mrs. Ben Storey, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Hughes, sports editor of
bridegroom his red
wore barasota; Bob Koonli of New
white and blue Marine dress on!. York; Miss Rosy Snyder of Miami Mrs Leo Patrick has returned one) of urn main speakers: appearing Richard Simonet, Mr. and Mrs. the Star.Advocate, is back in the SPECIAL !

form. ; \Mr and Mrs.\ E. J. Buckley to her home here after spending ( at the Music! Education Paul Wilkinson and Mr. and land of sunshine after a oout"

Best man was the bridegroom's of Chuhiota; Airman Roger Snyder the holidays in Miami with her Convention In Daytona Friday, Mrs. Curt Wilson with snow and ice on a holiday Reg 17.50 CREME,

brother Fred R. Ross. Ushers of Amarillo Texas! ; Pvt. two nephews.Marines January 11, prompted the date trip to Oklahoma to visit at home. $$10 50

were John Stonewall&, brother George Molodak of McCoy Air change for this meeting Mrs. Marguerite Brown, president He was accompanied as far as OIL PERM WAVE . . .

of) the bride and Tommy Ed. Base Orlando; Pvt. Neville Bam all flattened at Camp ... ,.._ of St. Teresa's C thlicWoman's ) Baton another Rouge S-A employee La, by Kirk who Moore returned Tut*.. W.cL flux Only
nephew of the bride11IM Pvt. Richard of Ft.
LeJune: PIe John Glass of New Club was the charming with him.
groom. Gordon, Ga; and tbe following York. Kehneth Bumpers of Birm ENVELOPES Boflaess Sizes hostess at a luncheon: for officers RAYMOND'S BEAUTY LOUNGE
Also Kraft Envelopes: with
ingham, Ala, Roland Turner of clasp :and board members of the club
Dr. and Mrs. C E. Rose and
I New for mailing. Full stock at Star- Indian River Plaza Call 267-3186 for appointment
11lRTnF I Jersey Frank Ruckl of Dos. Advocate, Monday at the Chanticleer Inn. daughters, Frances and Teresa
; .JJ ton and Ronald Ponds of Olio! Marguerite received quite a sur of Detroit Michigan who have
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present Registry.could What you more send appropriate a bride \ ,It W\! $13,900 \

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static control at lh. desired temperature and you get automatic heat when you want it and la the hot hamlet days of summer

t the same unit provide a cool cl.aa bout. Of court, most of the time the cooling hl'eel" o*.r the high hUla over
looking beautiful South Lake will make air conditioning uaaec ary.' '

1 All Electric WMtlnghoua kitchen, with bar and all sorts of built-in. cablota. f

>r Beautiful blooming shrubbery with sodded lawns ,

I.N. Street lights, city water and s.w.rf. no septic tanks par d str*... with curb and city mail llvry.
And priced at only $13300 with small down payment and low'F.H. A. monthly payments. ,

Abow: LOTUS BOWL. A lovely tenor china
centerpiece or DIRECTIONS West Garden South Then follow ,
Vtrutlle serving bowl with 24-k. told decoration $14.93.! : on to Lak. algna .

Ivory only, $10.93.! Diameter. 9'/i".
Below: MONTCLAIR. Enriched with bands of gleaming! plati ;
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Friday, January 3, 1964 Tltuivlllt ( Florida) Star.AJVeute P..t 3 Missionary LeagueOf Beta Sigma PhiFormulating Miss HernandezTo Twirl-A-Ways Alliance

Good Shepherd Plans Address Jr. Dance LessonsA I..ill open| the Sun!

Woman's Club ih- Christian and
For Valentine Ball
Prp....d,'nt Myrna Baumtnchpifu'cd new series of itiurrp 9:45 .
( ('( at : an
( over her first t meeting The XI Delta Mu Chapter of Lure Hernandez! an 'xcIInt' k*
us ncvl elected head of the Beta Sigma Phi met at the homeof I'udLiit from Tito Ecuador will Twirl.A.Waja Situ re Du'"I ( group. There are

/ir' / Good Shepherd LutheranVo- Mr*. Ethel Krone in VMusper bo the cucst speaker el' the Jan b''lr.n,11It, vrli i :a i ire!' : : [ 03; pr';ups also a
e 'nin', Missionary League! III Ing Hills recently, Mrs Nelda vary' 7 meeting of the THuJVllle any ,nt Inemtul( on i l'el I during all
D 'c". :hsr which was a combine I F'nn! gave a report on the upcoming Junior Wumnn Club. The: meeting The tip: church W O

quarterly meeting; ot the entire Valentine Ball which li Will begin at 8 r.ni. at the Januorlh regular teach: the adult
group: held along with the annual sponsored by the Trl,City Court. ttomun's Club lulling, New will begin tin following the' book of

Chi him-s p-rty eil of Beta Sigma: PhI. 'numbersvill also be icecpted January 91.: It vest! 1
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Mrs Dloumbach. together with This dance is open\ to the pub. at this mart meTro ;. first SHTWM do come : p Your Crown"

RaymomlSvlivaitz lie and.I proceeds go to the Heart the Fr-c Dance: and topic by the
fie: >ther officers: Mrs.
Dr. FertschTo f'un.l..I Plans are to hold the Ball Education and Interna: .
Mrs Paul Chaddock l'laaa.! the 11 00 a.m wor
at the Ramada Inn on February iicmal Affaiis n),pt., bended by I"C&M
und Mis Lou D IMonte, served : church meets
8. Tickets may be purchased from Mrs John WuU roil Mrs Will There. will be 10 le;34113 & with Forward
Speak On c os the hostesses of the evening. any Beta Sigma Phi in Titiutille. 1.1\1\i \ SondusLy: 11 in charge of Mrs
to Frid.
y The Fellowship Hall of the MillItell1ur.cte : i Cocoa or Cocoa Beach the January program
beautifully decoratedand Chuck Daront. p.m. with Mrs For
Lhuicli Wall will Life u rofihr; (
Mrs. Krone presented a'er) % speak 01
Christmas tree the will b { Coleman leading
r iKludtd: a club again ; ;
"Our Children"Dr. Interesting porgram on the topic an Exchange; : :! S.udenh
Y which the Rev. Arnold CI,ms inbiporatcd of Grooming" The next: meeting cd For mart l-ifoi: 'nit: : meets at e:30:

Pauline Fertsch, directorof (' into his talk giving will be on Jan 9 at the home of A revision; of the Tituav'lllo sign i up for the -=Jalaps >

tnc Bicvard County Guidance d a the background and Christian Mr*. Krone She will present a dub Iv.luws provides that new AM 734JJ: cr AM 7.1484.fast evangelistic ser
sign/ ficante of Christmas tltcora: The House and numiurs rosy be accepted( at the 7:30: will bo Peace
program: on
Clinic, will address the Woman 'hi Hit
Friday ni.
lions. H mc*." October and January meetings. and will he HIus
Club of Titusville, Inc. on Our .. &to Wa/H, tint) four
Mrs Jack SmtUcr presidedover ['ro pcdi\* numbers must square ( stiip
thd-lnn at the meeting 01Ionday. \ Those attending this meeting
and uncn. CM pn'!tpr ti :
the Mitt Box tui-Tiony tend two meetings' an > injrv ) Missionary Pray
6. She will b-3 were: Mrs. Nelda Flynn. Mrs.
January UIKK't' fl'l n (..IK n re I will
The group voted to rend the lotion meeting before bem;c con ( meet Thursday
presented by Mrs. Henry Goe DicerrN-r) offering to one of the Louise Scanlrctt. "' 111. Oneta ticUri'l"1 Icr membership. 1'to R 'fi..;..n.'.r.it. ,'r \ 1 'k Itr,i
the chairman of the Youth Con Lutheran! home in O\eu1o Lriilwyler lira Miry SisncrclU)., iprctivi:: members needing I 1'1 1,1.,t 1 n.I"I :and i I u.> v 1., ,tti' l ju': p m Bible
.. llr. Shirley White and the Tuutess
'million department.Dr. .. Mrs Bert Mem served as Mrs Krone. tent I their scion! are ins'ned to ("111.11 anI: I S'r;'::i I. I >'u meeting

Bcitsch after receiving her pot char-nan: of the" congrcjition\ the January! meitingMit I I -----;

doctorate degree at the Unwer. i 1: Christnns: decorating committee WH PTAiveetingPostponed \ : .ci is Larks: president nnounied I
city of Texas in 1942 taught for She was assisted by Mrs Robert: chat, an executive bond I

i ion than ten years In the department .' Mt'lrlmnn.Ir! !. Davl 1 McCai- meeting vi 111 bo held jt 7:10::< p ni. NOW OPENDOCKINN

of psychology at that ville and Mis C. R. O'Nl'nl. The Whispering Hill I'TJViii In the \Vomanii Club Ilullinu

Institution. : Faster and Mrs Claus were not meet Monday night. Jan: G. j>1\'rl'cI.no?: the regular;: nuetniK
in 194950 while on leave of : )r ; picscnlcd with u waffle: .irtnl The next meeting will be (tehluary No now! Utter will he sent ot

ob'ttnci from that university N grill! lIiII Christmas gift front 3r.lllt the regularly fcthid by Vrs Lulu this month

she was the recipient of an appomtmerit '('. the group. <, sled time.
-. i, Host<" cs for the month ::uMi '
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under the Fullbright Came were conducted: by ,
." meetings; on the )15th and 2IhDJ' ( I. Carlos\ hprmgft'd: Mi\
program; is Visiting Professor at DtlMonte. aid prizes! were won MarinaAt
for (lie January Exocu: :ivtIt. John Nl'lolMrs Morgan! Noel l Tltusvillo
Mrs. Julm Brandenburg. Mrs
the Philippine Women's Univer by
.,a;.;i and dale: meeting will cy Mrs U C Pierce Mi t oWright
ally in ?Manila George Gesler! Mm hard/ ll Tha.
11 nnnunied later and II'! Jo'-n' Si,irhm:
\Vilme Td Mrs. Haymond NclhJ.
She returned to the Philippines
s sMr --
ing -- Yacht Basin
In 1053! :! with for the
a !grant; pur w <. C.eorgi!( Anion wasvel,
pose of carrying out a field pro. contest a! a guest at this mating; I PLYFORM TIMBERS
jcct in psjcholopiccl) research The hostesses served a virut ioi Where'. Tho Sea Captains Greet and Eat
and in 1934.S3 ih(' also served, as
-Ohrlsmi( i salads, punch nn|
u I' vcholo ieal Consultant to SCAFFOLDING SPECIALIZING IN -
ciffie in addition to which Ihrrj1 -
the Untcd States Foreign Aid Will a table nt Christmas conk Matno Lobster Oysters
prt'fcrjm :n th1 Philippine.Upon '
its breads: cake and candy brol f =
I' Cherry Stono Clams on the Half Shell
her return to the United ught bj the membcrnTu l

States in late 1955! she came to WEDS TONIGHT Mr and Mrs W D. Scott announce newly.formed Girls' Mis Char-Broiled Steaks

Florida i and was furred director the approaching marriage of their daughter. Darlene to ion I 1.neu sponsored h> the LUMBER CO. ... Chops
tc organize! the Manatee,Sarasota Ronald Rosso son of Mr and Mrs Mac Rosso, of Lock- L W UL.. hell an Identical Td l "*.'7N Merritt Island -- -

Mental Health ClinIC. hart The wedding will take place tonight at 8:00() at the party on tin previous even nil (Opening; a yard In Tltllnll100"/ ) HAL WILSON, Chef
home of the bride, I 19!) South Williams Titusville A reception This snm will have its Janua' v'
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She went to Panama:: CIty in .
will follow at the horn, Formal invitations are - -
1957 and served as director of but friends of the invited
not being sent couple are
the Buy Coiiity: Guidance ClinIC ,'''' "
-Photo \
( by Gregory.) '; :
loi nearly' fix eilU. In 19 :; -
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*1ct; was appointed: to serve as a ; : : : : : ,
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Theme AnnouncedFor ser \ +1 ... _. s, +, .'
1 la/llon:1: / :: Consultant to the liur h. 'f'' ; '
i cue (it tt'nI, :I Health of tic! FlonJj Mission Study MORE FAMiliES I ; II If t;, ..,. ;' 1tf./ffJ "tV. : ; : l' t, \\ t.A ;O( ,

State t t Board of I lea:th. : ..:J'1.'v +

Ii l.IjDr.! /) rut d\ was cpI Christian will be Issues the theme in SOJlh'rnAlia cf: the t.} t. J '" .'>i ; ,..: f.l ." "

I I i,uinted by the governor as one Mis '
ct I loricla, s legates to the .
evening through the monlli ni !'' :
I olden: Anniversary White : .
January at First Mcthodiit .. .. /
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House Con!rencc on Children Church! : Titnile.! J
and Yoiuh 'f;
More recently: in
Tln first teislcp will: bo held '
1 VM4! alto participated. in thefirst lf' f .:
next Wednesday evening at 830:
NaLonal Congress on Mental p.m. l.cnnessey Hall lad by

.I' Illness end Health sponsored by the Rev !Cd:: Norman. The I .

the A:ncricin Medical Assoeta WuwyaService: '! GUIld under .... ... ><"f.1 .rv.
t lion chairman Ruth Barnhart
are _
S'i-' was Included in the first spontiormg, a covered dish dinner =0- :=J
edition of Who's Who of Amerl to be followed by the study Last )- i5

can vVomen and has been in January's stud en the Rim of

\iIo\ eluded also in "American Men of East Asia attracted an enthusiastic OFFICERSSTATEMENII

Science .since 1949 She Is a response from the church.
member: of various scientific and This study is a cooperative PAINIYIAiS[ WITH II
professional oiganizations study supported by the Conimis [

1 The meeting will be opened at stun :on :Mis'ions of the church, OF CONDITION AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1963 GeorgeA.Morgan Prutd'ilt .

2:00: p.m. by Mn J, J. Condcs the Wem ln's Society of Christi \
aid Dr. Fcrtieh will speak it: Service and the Wesleyan Service I !. Sam B. Clonta.

;J!;10 Refreshment will follow Guild. : ', Vice President & Cash lor

adjournment of the meeting Text book: are available (on a ;j RESOURCES f
loan basis and all members and David R. Boyd

friends of the church are invited i l Vice President

Orchid Society To to attend lilY or ell sessions. .
Hold InstallationThe --_ "- 1 Cash and Due from Banks . $3.971.92:1.21: James T. cum.
Ii :) A Assistant Cashier 1
u. s. Government I.curlll.. . . 4.908.109.17 '
Brevard County Orchid HOWARDJOHNSON'S William I R D.L'I ,

Society will install officers for Stat.. County and Municipal Bonds . ? 911,562.14 Assistant Cashier a
the new at its
year regular. Loans and Dlacounts 5.H1,537.28 Friay Hallum, Jr..
monthly meeting at the Agricultural

Building on King Street, "New StoreOpportunities" EASY.TO.CLEAN Banking House . . 211.543.58 Assistant Caahf.r :
Cocoa January 9. The meeting Ted Hallum. :
will te called to order at I p.m, I I Furniture and Plxturea . . 111248.20 Assistaat Cashier '

The program will be Orchid Other Assets . . . 4.369.93 I.
Hcsttssts. Waitresses, Cooks, Dennl. L...
Culture. If you have any plant Aulltut C11hI1ra
you are having difficulty grju Bus Girls. Utility Help I TOTAL RESOURCES . S15.aU.894.l1 .j-

fog please bring it; also any ques W* offer Fr. Life Insurance, :
tions you ha\e concerning the HeipitalliaUon, Surgical BM- IRECTORS .

growing of orchids. Please have fits, Credit Union and a Liberal tdri. L:. H..Aslieraft. d4J. !
your plants on the plant forum no Vacation P.y.Choice -1. .
later than 1:45: to be eligible for w. Chlldr. ;.
judging. of Shifts ft... R RI I. t... r
Kem' n. A. Cutts '
Refreshments will be servedat I Morning or Evening Tone LIABILITIES 1:;
T :
the close of the meeting. The' APPLY IN PERSON SUPER s. A. F.u'k :

public Is cordially Invited i I. I .
-- .- Capital Stock . . . . S 450,000.00 Hury Coethe '''.' ;'1#'
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KEM'TONf'ng.rmarlu. E Surplus . . :120,000.00: C. B. Kingman i: ;

Announcement! UndIyld.d Profits . . . .2.541.83 J. J. Kld,1e 1. ',

even crayonmilieu Ra.rrea . .',;. . .. . 135.423.51 Gene A. Mor g u :

/ wash right oft I Dividend Payable . . . . 11250.00 C. R. MI'CoU.r '" lil)
Phillip C. Warrenand The easy way to lov.lier u ::, "I'c
rooms. On. coat covers and 'I- Deposits . . . . 14.705.613.9' C J. Menl.y t et:i. t"t".l'.l'.l''j
one gallon/ does the wall of ;,IJ"i
an average room, OujrtnItsd J. D. Sr. >
washable. we HAVE TOTAL LIABILITIES S15.68U94.11 I a.n '!.7''ft; ,t
ALL THE fUW COLORS. A. !C. Ie : .t'' .
Howell C. HopsonANNOUNCE Com in and I" tr<.m. ,'
Mu. F.nnl. Waters "
Budge '
Double T.V. StampsOn .

THE OPENING OF ANt Friday Saturday With .

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ARCHITECTURALFIRM Largest Selection Of : x l+, A falMeie" .v.vI
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4 Tlfvivlll (Florida) Stir- Advocate, Friday, January 3,1144 J

f I'' Editorials ; AroundBy Nosing Bob Hudson Behind The ScenesEateries

of all types from the A GLOWING .'ORECAST- that authentic look of old 1.I.i.

Friends, of our family usually hamburg grill,: on MaID Street to The top executive of one of the lined" planking!:, a Pcnn.nh; II ''iii
Kid the! wife and I about our the dignified dining room of the natiur'i best known retailing maker of building: material ''f

poodles, Cheri, and Tammy, and local hotel, lire loping more than organizations looks to 196i ua a developed a new flooring h..,

3 Billion AidThe A Banner Year iThe i claim'n that we're a pretty "doggy ever \,( fare for a record surge of strong year for the economy hard wool, veneer and shi"\ n .

Foreign family. Frankly we think hungry, free'spending patrons and for his own business as will fimulMfri' thu wooden I'"

year 19G3[) will, undoubtedly, go down in historyas people who, have nevi had a dorfhave through the New Year' holiday paced ft random Interval
controversial J-bilhon Foreign Aid Dill which a banner one for Titusville and the entire North Bre* risjiocl something: in life and thereafter "The continued high level ot A new tabletop game test t 'ifpi !

finally won approval of Congress): and earned an ad- yard Area It held the key and unlocked the door to A With our two, who are with Rl'stml'IlIlt: operator) have been confidence in the: structure of 13'Crs' knowledge of th ,,11|
journment for the weary Congressmen, has been in the us the vast t majority of the time, less than prosperous over thpu.t our nations free enterprise, : Cults states; the contestant' ,II,
wonderful new era. find little trouble traveling system, which has been demonstrated
limelight for considerable time. we in few years for variety ofrCII.ons. l MVir" questions about state II 'I'
a The past 12 months have seen vast changes in the us some people might think. One is labor by bovines and cansun: names. their capital.: ,1'
: rising
involves and how it works is of
Just what this ) ,
paramount Brcvard In nights "on the road," era in recent weeks should muv flower und the like.PRIVATE '
County seat, located on the Indian River; many many costs, spurred by increases in :
interest to all and demands a closer toe ahead to an even I
taxpayers wc'\e (found that 00 cent ot economy
brought about through the expansion of the Cape Ken. the minimum wage Another is .
the motel readily stronger position m 1964, according SUBMARINES
look into its workings. accept dogs as r
ncdy Space Center north into Merritt Island. steeper city add state taxes Kiikwoud, Although! the I layman woul,
The common belief that the billions voted for foreignaid as they accept people to Robert C. ( ''I t I.
Nestled almost in the center of this strategic boom It ic'in ids Ud that the other On another front, nationally president of the fiim lIme that:\ all submarine \t, ..fe
are spent abroad, is a false one mea Titusville has exhibited a determination to take day we leecivcd the following pcratiug companies in the motel 'The' management is optimisti.tibout tore built for the Navy and 4.'

Actually, most of the funds are spent here in the every advantage afforded by this golden opportunity and ",\ Welcome Guest' through: the bcMnci, tailing! and other the coning! year" hi say: Flru.t"d( in laige: Ko\rinm' ,'t
United States. Roughly 80 per cent of these funds used mail: ficldi have been adding ret>Uui 'and the company plans to take t'livak'' shipyards' such is 11'11,'
and construction has forward
building at a tremendous
for grants, and almost 100 per cent of those used for commodities gone "A man wrote to a country i antr 10 their facilities to the full advantage< of the rut mil I entirely the ease Several l"ot.

financed through loans, are spent here in the pace. hotel to ask ii his dog would be point where some areas, have, in rising/ economy and continue its panics have gone) Into the bnl.i )
Many problems, naturally, accompany such a rapid allowed to stay her*. He received clfict, a restaurant: surplus. expansion program/ need of building small: >p< u.(

U S growth: and the lights have been burning late in the offices Ihe following answer-... (Ili-ppily, (litres been no drop Kirkwood notes that the con ["iirposL subs for industrial u nd
A decade ago this was not the case us must foreignaid of City Manager Cleveland Talmadge and City 'Ocur Sir I have been In the oil ot n'tc !'n total "eating out" fidcnco his company! has in the even pleasure use Laclcrwut" > ufcomn

dollars were spent abroad. This was In an effort to Councilmen in their untiring efforts to meet the almost hotel business for over :30 years, by Americans, who, according to cut rent strength of( the economy !' pipeline and n|.
help rehabilitate Europe and get its economy moving Never have I had to call In the OIK estimate: now spend $18 billion is illi :tlratcd by its continued e\' cations cables can be fac /liialij.

following World War II Now aid is suspended to a long impossible demands which have arisen. polico to eject a disorderly dog annually cm ineuls away passion in 19(>3. In addition to when a nub Is at the spot Anj

list of industrially developed countries that are btlf- All sorts of building records have been set, and in the small hours of the morning tem home.) the acquisition of a shoe com :.ub biiiluers aho think th'I i< ">,
broken, this past year and 1964 promises to extend, (or An d'lr!itiunil problem to some piny: which enabled the firm to 'i market for underwater uhtfcceing / -

sustaining. out-do, even throe, with present building permits callingfor "No dog has ever attempted party of the industry U described diversify without (altering IU : stiln One builder now 11:1
about aid is that it is tradition! retailing character! a model costing $J9bOl) I
Another misconception foreign over $11 million in new construction. to piss off a bad check on me. I as chef gap The de- ?'
a give-away. While some of it is, this dues not mean 'Never has a dog set (lite to abed unnd: for good chefs for quality the company opened three new costly compared/ to nnliidrjtjpes.
that we are to receive nothing in return. For the most part, these include housing and relate by smoking. I havo never dining places has run ahead of dcpart-ient: stores, 39 new vtricty t .
service needs for the a! stores( Also, 99 stores were
expanding population found a hotel towel in" dog's supjilj pushing the wags:;:
The of the aid is to strengthenthe Au'J)
very purpose program the pace> center work progresses. Towering, multiple suitcate. level to u point where less at enlarged: or refurbished( In the
nuinufic:uicii me greeting: 111.
free world; and help the more than 40 new Independent houses and "Your dog I Is welco-nel'I: Uncut 'stublishmlnts can't af past year
story apartment sprawling shopping New Year in a generally optin$
nations to maintain themselves against external aggression ; "P.S. If he can vouch for you, ford a highly qualified chtf
which will tend to further change the entire face Concerning the general eiononn tit buoy!'; one top exuuivtthinks
and internal subversion. areaD YOU CAN COME TO01" Overall, however, the outlook i ih
city, promise additional aid to our economic ', "ini'rasing personal incomes total industry( sale "I
The program, for the most part, comprises loans to for most eateries! Is far from combined with the posst. I U, very close: to the total ol "I

these countries, to be repaid in dollars in 20 to 40 years, and complexion.As It u':is\ all in tits interest: of gloomy; a large number expectto bility of a tax nit, should placethe million plus of 1063. A 'mi,
1963, a great year in the destiny of Titusvillei charity find a worthy cause but lie in business for many aNew
tar rote sounded for the
with interest at three-fourths of one percent. Charges (iisumcr in a strong position is str4
bows out and we usher in 1964 let's redouble it brought( : about u red face on Years to come despite to buy the goods( and services industry. which expects Januar)
that these will never be repaid are as this out on number of (the fourth estate: these vtomts
efforts to make the new year an even greater one as we that can assure our economic pruliction figure.: to rise 1M"
remains to be seen upon their falling due. At the Kiwarla Club meeting "
forward toward wonderful future. LUNAR SHOCK ABSORBER will being, Mr. Kirkwood adds five) to ten per cent over Dectni >
Foreign aid, truly, has its faults waste and mismanagement move a Tuesday noun L. C. Crofton was -- iipceaicli aimed at paving the THINGS TO COME For i /' Ievela.ye | I;
but auctioning some of his favorite -------------- ------- --- .
have both been present at times gen. way for a manned landing on -
Beach Facilities naval oranges and he said hod
erally it has paid off handsomely. This Is borne out in the moon In the litter part of
take Mi shoes otf for a bid of
Western Europe In Greece and Turkey, in Japan, Korea this decade, is busily tackling a
of the $30 for the half bu:hcl being offcrcd
One most pressing needs facing Titusville/ score of technical challenges to
and Free China. and remove hi punts fog u
recreation-wise, i is that of adequate beach facilities prior insure tins venture success
A of the value of) the aid to the bid of $50
recognition program
One ticklish
to( the (arrival of the swimming season a few months Sue Butler of the Daytona area concerns hand ff
above countries and the benefits being derived in ling ot the impact t on landing _
hence. ''Ji t: Beach News was in tho audience
others gives one a better understanding of its ultimate !- on a surface about which Man
This is a must and now is the time to formulate end, as the bidding went higher knows
and aim fostered !in behalf of the Free relatively little
purpose these plans. and higher, her face hue of pink
j j Currcrtly scientists
me study
World. got deeper and deeper. The bid
With a little planning and work, Titusville Beach of $50 was made and the veteran ins! a shock.absorbing system to camINSTANT

could be made attractive to swimmers by providing rest lawyer stuck to hit word. He oermit a soft landing." The

Good Brand Of BallThe rooms, and possibly other facilities demanded by public was well! prepared he was well problem: the system must be
able to aolten the landings, shock,
clothed In "long Johns
cut at the same time .
not contribute
large crowds in attendance each night at the are all aware of the value of enticing beache W> don't think Sue will forget rebound that would

Christmas Invitational Basketball Tournament here last they go hand-in-hand with surf and sand and the that. meeting for quite awhile make the moon vehicle "bounce" ..

week: saw !a good brand of basketball land a well conducted amount required to make them:.so is minute, when com; too hurls: in the light gravity of #
toufiwy.r! r<* ?> pared with the many benefits they afford if v you t ,-r.----to the type to notice the, moon I'I : (

The sportsmanship displayed by all participating A project such as this"would. in''all probability, earn every word printed in a newspaper : Under a contract from the

was exemplary and though the keen rivalry and com- the sanction of NASA : nd possibly even merit some financial we think that you piobahly National Aeronautics and Space *

petition was ever present, it was clean and of the type support since many! of its employees would stand; .. noticed published that the the first Star issueIn -Advocated Administration testing crushable, scientists aluminum are ''I 1No I 1/

which added immeasurably to the contests. to benefit by enjoying these facilities. its J4'h! year on January 1 1. honeycomb structures under var

Some of the players seen on the court in this tourneyare Possibly some restrictions on usage would arise The Star.Advocate "officially" ious environmental conditions

theTjest in Florida and that's saying a lot It was through an arrangement such as the'above but this would date back to 181)0) but we might they expect the ipacccraft. would %

indeed a pleasure to witness some of the ball bundling likely be limited only) to launching periods when use of actually call it three years older. encountci This space minded
company also plans to build a
and shooting craftiness displayed, which could be class the beaches would necessarily be curtailed gave The old the Florida Star.Advocate Star -the which first new testing device that will per

ified as almost phenomenal. Too, with the railroad track extension north along half of Its .name actually stirt mit observation of the material

We Join with the many sports fans in commending the beach, some crossing system would be required which cd in New Smyrna Death; in under vacuum conditions In

everyone who had a part in making this tournament, a NASA would have to approve but this should presentno 1877. temperatures ranging/ from minus Year's Waif
260 degrees! to plus 300 de.
howling success. It was one of the best we have ever grave problem. --
cms (Fahrenheit: ).
seen and afforded grand entertainment to the residents The Jaycees who successfully completed a project of Suggestion fur tne day now Work on' the shock.absoibing
'tart the Christmas holidays season For This Rate
of the entire central Honda area. beach development in tho area a few years back, and the is over, it's time to remove system falls under one if u num.her .' Higher

Chamber of Commerce, would be the proper ones, the decorations on the ,local of toms vcte held by Bendix

It's Resolution Time we suggest, to start the ball rolling on a belch project streets. for research in the space exploration By "instant," we mean vour savings at First Federal

that would, by summer, offer the residents of the Titus- Odd.Printed start to earn Althe! minute you bring or send them

As a brand new year parades in infancy replacing Mile! area excellent t swimming facilities. in. You don't have to wait a year to be entitled to the r
full 4'VfAlso; .
the footsteps of the old we are again remindedof The crowds will throng to the beaches again this Leifer To Pattern

the part resolutions play. summer. Let's have one of the best just east of Titus- if you get them in by the 10th of January, we'll

Just as advice is made to give and not to take ville! The Editor start your dividends as of January 1st

most New Year resolutions are made, not to keep but, There are no ifs-ands-or-buts to our Instant 4V4ri: .

only to break. Role l Praises Theatre
This the
is highest dividend paid under any condi-
Regardless of the value of these resolves, few question Editor: a tions in North Brevard County

that this is an opportune time to take stock of one's The role of junior colleges in our over-all higher I would\ ) like to congratulatethe 9256 It is higher than the dividend
average paid savings -
self and still fewer find no lacking in self discipline. education program is becoming increasingly importantand local movie theatre on a 12!i22'iJ and loan associations in the entire State of Florida

We venture to say much pride is often displayed by is not only relieving the crowded situation existingin short subject teen! there letcntly

those who find, to their own dismay, that they have the our four-year colleges and universities but is afford Entitled Oui Nation's Tru/ei." i tQ tr'i Savings here are definitely insured up to $10,000
($30,000 for husband and wife
it was icligouMy patriotic and a ) by FSLIC-a permanent -
thousands who would otherwise
willpower and fortitude to carry out self-discipline; meas. ing college opportunities to inspiring! to every American agency of the U. S Government (Nobody has ever

ures instituted at the beginning of a new year, or other be deprived dAs citizen present' More of this typo l.p 't.Cr lost a penny on savings so insured)

times. More power to, and a pat on the back for these. the ranks of collegcoge students swell in the of shOJI subject can instill in our You can borrow instantly here If

May their tribe increase! years ahead, this role will gieaten They will shoulder youth the awareness of the gifts g: you ever need extra cash-so you can on your thus savings"eat
still of the nation's educational burden. of God to their' country and the your
more cake
and have
As we take stock of, and revaluate our lives ad a new it too.
Florida one of the leaders in the of the privilege: of living; In the United
year is born may we each, in our own way, rededicate !- expansion States nf America. At First Federal we give you a lot) of) "extras" in
our purpose and meaning in God's overall plan and junior college system, next fall will open Florida Atlantic Mrs Bruce J. Snyder addition to dividends: warm, instant service, drive-up

try, in some small way, to shed a little light along some.vne's University at Boca Raton, with enrollment limited to juniors litusvilloTltutville! window and walk-up window, free parking, safety deposit -
seniors and graduate students. boxes, travelers checks, school savings
pathway. Through this program the state figures to save monet (Florida) Star' Advocate Christmas Club, Loan department, Main programand Street,

by sending beginning students to the local, less expensive C.t.nu.hvI. IsxiiPubil.sed open to 5 daily.
Learn The
Why Hard ?
Way two-year colleges, and at the same time lessen the finan( Moudnys.lly .

cial burden on parents since junior college students generally -, Wedneedaye' .. Frlday.
We \c read about it and heard about it what safe 'niu vlll. trtar- No For This
live at home. Ivorale. Inu. I I
ty belts will do but Friday we learned the value of) This: will stretch the taxpayer's educational dollar .It The Vtitr-Advo Year' 4\\/4
2\? lIulhUnor % Higher
their usage through a tragic example.In further, in that dormitories and vast recreational facilities M Mala Dlrnelllluevllle '
\ *la. Watt '
the wreck Friday morning which claimed Dreards necessary at four-year state schools, will not be required Rate

\ 50th traffic fatality, the victim who was a passenger at the public junior colleges. NATIONAL EDITORIAL o

had on no safety belt. The front scat passengers in College enrollment, up 20( percent this year, is mainly IA C8T15NUJnru

the not other car had on safety belts-they were injured, but attributable to the 704 junior colleges throughout the nation 111 Jf tit j.rebetattai

fatally. They have lessened the anxieties of high school
The impact of the head-on henry udeen' ire.. r Iw'
threw the
victim about admission IIJ.I
graduates: meeting stiffening standards 5ar.. Iiasel. Hudson: vP. .
through the windshield Had she been wearing a safety and in making the tremendous step from high school to Robert II. lIud..... -1I"-'.rr.". l'rll1ted Pattern .25.: KattBl
belt-this probably would not have happened. college. --hoary,;' J"- iludiun Publisher U'f. "%. 181 V4. 1I'.. l1gs
Hubert H lluilwm r:.lui.rl .0>>4.> S2V&: Ska 18K requires
The value of and the protection afforded by, the use These colleges are taking a growing share of under >"vlU Dunn. Ad cooLs.ins Mg r. Si- yard 39-lncb. fabric.
of safety belts has been proven time and time but classmen free \MIIUm U. Lycrly Clrculatlna Mcr FIFTY CENTS In coin for And Loan Association of Titusville
again leaving regular colleges( to devote more 7Noon I.claaa postage paid .1 Tltueviii this pattern add 1* cents
being humans, we figure things like this cannot happen of their to and 'Iorld.. pattern (
energies upperclassmen (graduate;: stud ___ male z Dandling Downtown Office
to us-but it -------- and special Washington at Main *
can. .
\ ents who stand to benefit more from the staffs and faci- 8ubM.rlptlon It..tc.II Indian
bend to 170 Newspaper Pal- River Branch MS N. Are *
I Install and use safety belts for your own) protectionand lities afforded at' the higher level. Carrier In North. Brevard tern Dept :33 Weit UUi bU
1Trnee.aMo.ICAO 1 .1.., I'JW New York 11. N. Y. Send S0< TO 3 DAILY ALSO 4
that of TO 7 FRIDAY
your passengers It is better to be safe. The American Association of Junior Colleges pre Hr Mtll In FlurlU for our new Fall.Winter Pattern DIAL AM 7111 PLENTY FREE PARKING

than sorry. The life you save may be your own or that dicts that by 1970 three out of every four students entering 1 '!r. "'.141 ( )I.=...I3M. I MOo 1300 food Catalog for One Coupon Free Pattern.inside; a Current Dividend Rate -

of a loved one. college will enroll at the junior college level. Outside Fiends (CI) 1964 Compounded Semi.AnnulD1Pap.
1 Tr. 17.80 t MOo HOO. 1 Mo. Use



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Page TltuivllU (Fforteay. / Star, Advocate Friday, January J, '964StarAdvocate
Terrier (Cage Team Result Schedule Saturday Night

Despite having their !Ml Jan. 10 with New Smyrna and place in the tournament
t Sports Christmas turkey and 10 days then to Eau Gallic Jan 11, for Overall the Terriers have a
vacation! from classes! !! Coach Art four games within seven days. record at five wins and three

Tnlii' Tltusxllle High School Terriers During the Christmas tournament losses which includes the five regular BE SU ANIX COMPARE;
games of the season, and
will hit the boards! again which was held In Titus- the tournament
NEWS AND VIEWS three contests
this weekend at Satellite Beach ville over the holidays, the Terriers .
Coach Art Tolls' first team 1
Saturday evening at I p.m., following won their first game again.
l the usual Junior Varnliy! st Satellite. 18.33 and then lout consists of Maury Roberts, Bob

Did You Know? content la Cocoa 3923. Titusville was defeated Com para to, Paul Matthews, BEFOttil YOU BUY t

Ramblin' With Ronnie In 1832 rule was introduced by Edgewater 46. In the Larry Jarrell and Tim Barrow-
I J Sporting a record of 4-1 in ho( consolation bracket taking fourth man. a
by Walter Camp the "father of
first live! games, excluding: "
By R4 Id. Hu b.. American football" for surrender Christmas Tournament, tII"\\
of the ball to the opponents if
will play Cocoa, the state's
We drew back the long wood faced club, gave;: a hefty the ball had not been advancedat
Diving and proceeded to follow through with the grace of least five yards in three ranked Class AA basketball teamIn
an elephant attempting to swat a fly off his carcass. plays This) was the origin of the local gymnasium January I nnounciANr
7 and. then take to tM road again
Whack! We removed sand from our eyes. the 10 yard, four downs system. i
After looking up, we discovered the little white object 1

tei which of we the aimed green at strip.so carefully It was, began doing soaring exactly down as Joe the cen.had f [};{] j.\ O d to the @W ill t te rn $. 1 ;

straight toward the flag. Then all of a
planned, heading
.,,. .. ..
mile hour wind its CM '
hundred gathered
sudden as if a an fr1
q OUMM-Nniuy
sails: the white object went veering toward the boondocks land, ]I', tf a,. 0"10".1.e.If.w.i
made a 45 degree angle turn, slammed into a tree, andas ........Ou.... ,1 hi I 1164 ,.,....
far as we know, it is still sticking in the side of a tall _.. .f......
pine tree. We never found it
This was a historical shot. The first time we ever attempted -
to play nine holes of golf, and we lost the ball.
Golfers always lose a ball occasionally, but on the first shot? Directors, Officers and Staff of FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Titus-

We stammered somewhat discarded the crushed tee ville look forward with pleasure to serving you! our customers, throughout -
and placed another one erect on the tee. We were determined
not to let the same thing happen again. We were toldto this new year of 1964. Our expansion program for this year will mean

change our stance and maybe this would correct the S eP, t te4 even greater service to you by providing larger banking facilities and
slice (That's what they call it when the ball goes to the r
njht; ). For the second time, we lifted the club, felt some more area for automobile parking.

what off balance, but just the.! same, we gave it another try. Condensed
Man, what a shot! .. [
Probably two hours later, we headed for the seventh

tee. Our game was not bad, so far just a quadruplet bogie (if .11.' S
possible), on the second hole. ,\ m !mon Time

The seventh was heck. Just beyond the tee is a poolof Time _4' "A1GS a""aW S ,w
water, only from where we were standing, it appearedas .. Savings r Savings
huge as a lake. Until this time, most of our driven>> had Deposit Deposits
been hugging the ground, bouncing and rolling the distance. As of December 31 1963
But now, we had to put height on the ball, enough to getit
across the water that by now appeared like the Pacific RESOURCES: LIABILITIES:

Ocean.We Cash and Due from Banks .. .. .. . . $1,758,053.31)

the club were down confident low, and, the hit the ball ball.was going Whack across., another We good put '. U. 8. Government Bonds .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 1,803,911.99 Capital. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. $ 300.00000

shot. We were doing! swell for the first time. The ball be- OIANOI ROWS OUrtN-J..".. H.,;",.., 2D-y..,..Id blond.' rain.. Other Marketable Bonds .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 1,079,173.75, Surplus .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. . .. ...... ... 400000.00
gan gaining altitude the minute it left the tee. There was Illy of Ml.ml iludanl, only one thing wrong, it went straight up. tivol p.... ... h.. .Ifclol .., .In fnfatmll' Nr J.mberr.. ,.,. Undivided Profits .. .. .. .. ... .. ... ... ..,.. ". .. 77,51362
Like all goofed up athletes, we began hollering at the Jonuory lt. I Reserve Bank Sto c k'. ... ....*... ... 21,000.00

ball. "Go." The first "go" was real loud. The second was Banking House, Furniture Reserves nd.Unearned Discounts .... ... ...,. 272,043.15

about medium, and then the last go wag nothing but a whisper and Fixture .. .. .. ." .. ... ... .. ..... .. 2A .225.83
The 65 cent golf ball was heading directly for the DEPOSITS, .. ... .. ... .. ... .. .. ..... .. ...... ... 7,085,02119GC.093.09
water We tried all sorts of english, know, the Accrued Interest and
type employed by most bowlers body when they miss you the ten pin, Other Resources .. .. ... .. .. ... ,.. ..*y ..,.,. -. I ?

but it was not taking effect. By this time, my golf club TOTAL RESOURCES. .. ... ... .. ... .. $8,734,579.00 TOTAL'LI."m, ITIES ..... ... ....,.,. ... $8,734,57996
was swinging in the air, and then, the ball came down not .
less than an inch outside the pool.
It hit with a thud, and! made an impression in the mud. tfL' OFFICERS:
As the ball hit, it bounced about three inches in the air,
nnd fell into the pool. Not knowing the rules of the game,
1 began pulling up my pant legs in preparation of hitting DIANI SAWYER, II, Anwlia't J... MILLARD B, SMITH I'resirlent.' DAVID .MYERS. Vice President "'.
the ball out of the water. 11 Mi. will, nlffl/ .. ..nI.f lawl! t DOYLE 1C. FRiSBEE: JR., Executive Vice WILBUR F. SIKES Assistant Vice( President! (

,But we were told toiemovs' the ball from the water and Qv..", Mobil., L.. : President and Cashier .. ANNE M. GRANT, Assistant Cashier .
lose a stroke. This was very pleasing. a
Believe it or not.'three hours later, we trudged into the I x t; MARTHA S. RUSSELL, Auditor DORIS CORBJ\. Assistant Cashier
club house, with a score sheet that displayed the figures of will bt p.rf.tm.d br kilg... Jvnlcr t.
70. This is nearly eight shots per hole. CtUta ..".....*... tf T.... dur DIRECTORS:
We sort of felt sorry for the man playing in front of us, .ln( Ih. N..y.T...l ,am. /In .IhiCtMM
because he spent most of his day dodging our shots. For few). a 1

some reason, that little white ball kept getting off course, UILLARD B. SMITH Chairman of the DOYLE U. FRISBEE JR., Executive Vice .,
but they told us unexpected things would happen occassion- Board, President Retired Circuit Judge, President and Cashier
ally. Citrus Grower
Anyway we settled down behind a cup of hot coffee II. T.: WILLIAMS, Retired County Sheriff;
JOHN C. FLAKE, !Manager\ -Mims Citrus
and had Citrus GrowerGrowers
a few minutes to chat with Whispering Hills' new
resident professional Burl Crabtree. YOUR PHONE WILL RING AssociationC.
This was Crabtree's first day at the club, taking over !M.\ GAY, President, Citizens National W. D. WILSON. Attorney. Citrus Grower

January 1, and he was as happy as a seven year old boy, IN YOUR CASH REGISTER Bank Orlando Florida
who received his first bicycle. ALPHON L. THRELKELD Threlkeld's EDWIN II. WILLIS, Investments and Citrus

Burl has played a lot of golf, and seems to know the INSTEAD OF AN EMPTY ROOM Standard ServiceA. Grower
game very well, although, he says he has never won a major
tournament in this area, or set any outstanding records. !MAX\ BREWER, Attorney. Crofton, Brewer, ROBERT I II. HUDSON, Editor, Titusville
Tlfusvlll Cocoa &
& Holland ft' Star Advocate
Truthfully we do not believe this, because Burl is not one Area Cocoa
to brag. H7.5530 a KQI'tf eBeech
We remember when he used to occasionally "visit" a : 6347031 OUR RECORD OF GROWTH
sporting good shop in the downtown area.
Actually, he owned the establishment known as Burl's
Sporting Goods, although, he was seldom there, Wednesday 8734579.96
morning or Saturday afternoon.

Nine chances of ten, he could be found playing golf PROFESSION OF
at one of the neighboring courses.

According to Burl Whispering Hills Country Club had .
one of their finest days January 1.

"The weather was perfect, and we had more people reci6ion .
playing golf than we had expected." he said. $6.233,888.00

Frankly we don't see how we missed all of these people
In our first attempt at the game. Balls flew every which Pharmacy, li a profession nf peed.non U 'I 1
and all ..UemmiUinir, constant( a i'cur .
way ,
can'say is that the I
golfers out there Wednesday
rv, nlwuyn. Your \V 'ltr| en Ancjr1'harmnriKt ic<
just didn't know how lucky they were not get- fill very prMirlptlnnInowlnir < $5,550.251.85 I
ting a knot on the head ; thl* ln tinrttlexerolwn I / *, he ;; \\
thK thnrmmh care that !
,... Into EVERY Vultrrcen Agency. .< :, 'I
.. .
FILLED: prtacrlptlon. : 'r ?''
Deer, Turkey. Season To Close DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE S4.329.663.4l
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. Hunting of deer, turkey and before sunrise until 12:00: noon ... I...,, ........' '\ S4,115.802.01
bear will close in most sections '
each day.According. W&g $3.046,933,
.of Florida at one-half hour after ....
to A. D. Aldrich, lend..iIC sTqat
sunset January 5. Duck guoe director, Game and Fresh Water .--
.and coot hunting will close state. Fish Commission Florida hunters CUTTER;
:Vide at sunset January 5. Hunting have had a good harvest. AN DRUGS
, of woodcock will close state- drich hunters to
urges practice
:wIde at sunset tomorrow. Snipe courtesy, safety and god sports. Big App). Plaza l

hunting closed December 30. manshlp during the final days of lf
Blunting of quail, squirrel and this 1963-... hunting season. f
rabbit will continue until one. $375,000
calf hour after sunset Sunday

,February. The season 23. for hunting deer .
Add A Room !
bear and turkey will remain open .a Jan. 1958 Dc. 1958 Dec. 1959 Dec. 1960 Dec. 1981 Dec. 1962 Dec. 1963
In the Third District until January .
12 except in Okaloosa, Walk I st
ion, Escambia and Santa Rosa CALL US FIRST FREE ESTIMATES .
Counties where the deer and bear \ :
!hunting season closes January iNo P NO OBLIGATION 16 YEARS EXPERTS FIRST NATIOMLI3ANK
season on deer in -
open Washington
and Holmes Counties in

I The third and final. phase of( NO DOWN PAYMENTI OF TITUSVILLE ri FLORIDA I
dove hunting closes at sunset
Sunday, January 12. "Your Financial, Partner in Progress"
; A special turkey gobbler hunt. Zeke Evans
(Jnj season wW be held In portions I Member Federal Reserve System Memb( Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .

of the : Second and Third
Washington: & Pine; t
Co. Inc.
Districts and ,In Putnam County ,
ef the fifth District March 21 1425 Magnolia Ave., Indian River City Ph. 2" j I
fp April 12, from'one-half !hour =-,

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Boat Entered In Miami Marathon Saturday


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Friday, January 3. 1964 Tltvivlll (I'-M.' ) atu. asev.tas. Page T
Thompson AndKemmerling

To Orange County Posse -.

Ip i i1

Drivels Fooler Sets 3rd Horse ShowOrange

Rodney Thompson, owner and
[ operator of Titusville Pier Mercury ---- -- County Sheriff's Mount. Plans: also stated that regis Hunt seat equitation over fences

) and Bob Kemmerling, an ,. -" ed Posse. will present their tea- tratlons will be accepted by mail ((17 years and under) Hunter

[employee at Patrick Air Force ton's third Horse Show January 12 until Wednesday, of) the week pre- attire, forward seat or dressage
|Bue, will enter their 21-foot at I p moo at Fairvlcw Park located reading the show saddle, martingales permitted,
fiberglas home-made Inboard. .- !tear the U.?n White Race Following are the events: Open Jumping (Jumps start at
[outboard boat in a nine hour _: ,. way In Orlando, according to Grooming Class (17 and under), about 3 feet)
(marathon endurance race at Mir Sheriff Dave Starr. judged on grooming: and cleanliness Stock Seat Equitation (12 years
|aim's Marine Stadium Saturday. < ." Roger Foster, will be the Chief of horse. and under) Rider judged:;: on

Only a part of the Orange Bow! \:' > Mounted Deputy and Mrs. Cecil Hunt Scat Equitation ((17 years hands, seat and control of mount.'
Regatta, the endurance run .Is unlock, Miami, and Mist Suz and under) Hunter attire forward Three gaited pleasure horse
expected to draw some 200 race : :. anne Shearer, n rbers\ilIe, will ( spat or dressage saddle( no (Non-set tail open) Saddle deal
oat enthusiasts. It will be one '_'af-- be judges for the events. martingale, not to jump judgedon attire, flat English! addle, no

pf the highlights during the past -,- -::. ot Ribbons will he awarded hands scat control of mount. single snaffles hackameres or tie
several weeks of racing ,.,!-' through the first six places in Bridle Path Hack (Hunter type, downs. Judged' do per cent on
Thompson and Kemmerling, each event with trophies awarded open) Forward rat or dressage! \ manners and conformation and
(who have been racing as a team de for first place with the exception saddle( nor martingales.Stock ,W/ per cent on performance and
[for several years, have never .. of the grooming class Seat Equitation years neatness of attire
entered a machine as large as Entries for the contest can register ;: and over Rider judged on hands, Saddle Seat Equitation ((12
[this one. Kemmerling said, 'In at 11:30: a.m on the grounds! scat and control of mount. years and under) Full bridle and

[the past we have used 14 foot flat saddle rider judged on hands,

catamarans with an 80 horse. seat, control of mount.
[ ..'
[power motor but decided only! k t .'. ," ", I Mims NewsCONTEST I Open Three Gaited Saddle
|recently to change to the big"stuff" .: .. Horse. Judge on performance
quality and manners'
WINNERS ut the Fire House Santa Claus.appeared Saddle Seat Equitation (13
The j entire project took only k a aaj&. Winner in the Minn Home and awarded the prlz through 17) Full bridle and
years :
[seven days. During this time, Lighting( and Decorating Contest os which were offered in the flat saddle rider judged on
[they formed a hull, mounted an hold prior to Christmas Day, !Minis Home Decorating and hands, seat, control of mount.
[engine and rudder system, completed announced this week. The contest In
were Lighting! Membership Western Pleasure Horse ((18
the electrical wiring and
contest "was" entered by nine! the auxiliary is restricted! to \viv-" years and' over) judged' 60 percent
anchored gigantic fuel tanks ._ .
{[along the edge of the craft. All ,;.:. .. -. ." .' --. ... 1. ..I. home owners and was open to ea, and mother, and also daughter on performance, 30 per cent
all riskh'nts of the Mims area. of Firemen who are over 13. on confirmation and 10 per cent
[this is completed and now both RACER GAINS ALTITUDE When Bob Kemmerlingfirst in this case the front portion1' the craft is beginning to It was sponsored by the Mims on appointments.
who double
![and men driver, have put as the mechanic finish.: takes off in his Chevy powered inboard outboard, level off, (S-A Photo.) Firemen's Auxiliary Mcmb rs ATTEND WEDDINGMr Stock Scat Equitation (13

1 ing adjustments on the engine several parts of the boat completely leaves the water AsH of the Fire Department were not sail Mrs. James H Parker years through 17)) Ruler judgedon

and will enter a qualifying run eligible; for the two cash prizes. and 1 four children attended the hands, seat and control of
sometime today. Members! of the Auxiliary hop wedding of Mrs. Pnrker't brother mount.

The boat has been clocked at to continue the contest in coming n Orlando last Saturday. Western Pleasure Horse ((15

53 miles per hour, and Thompson yeirs. years and under) Judged 60 per
said in order to qualify for the Winners were: Mr. and MM! cent on performance, 30 per cent

endurance race, they have to Charles Wade of Oakwood Trail Cuyler Funeral To on conformation and 10 per cent
complete one lap around the four er Park first prize of $10( In on appointments.
: mile oval at an average of not cash, Ptt Coffy, of the Adair Double bareback ((18 years and

, less than 40 miles per hour The Beauty Shop, second prize of $SIn Be Held Sunday under).
actual race Is scheduled to begin :5a T cash, and W. S. Austin, third Western riding class ((18 years
I' Saturday morning at 8. \ prize consisting of a gift tram and okler).
Paul Cuylfr, btt, a native of
1 An unsual concept for design, .. .
Uptown 5c & lOc dote.
Mims and I business there'
t1! y, t I man
( the huge craft from a front view x 1 Mrs. Helen Fffigun was nwurd-(
( J : 9awn forty years died after a long Emerson Kyzer
1 resembles the bill on a spoonbill 1"r r4$1$ .# t ed honorable mention.
illness Seminole
>, tji. atr
I Probably 15 feet of the craft Is \\! 1f' t .
S nothing but hull, and then another rt .)'. u4 -r. ; 'f.. 1.. ;) i. ENLARGE LAUNDRY Hospital Funcrtil I in services Sniiford will January be heM 1. Funeral Is HeldFunernl
six feet is alloted for the driver <' '
.( ; '- .. ( ,: .r Eight new aulunutit washers lIt St. Jarnvi Missionary Baptist!
mechanic engine and the fJ '' ,
I lond : : 'A '' ''''''' services for Emerson
'' ,i' t' .. < j have Ken: Installed at the Mum Church In
ofI't. Mims at S m. Sun
fuel tanks. The boat is foot ., t. p
I eight ';' !,,:,} : 1 \If ,.. : 't. !f;'" .i.)" : .t'" ''(S1" : ;., Snu-Whitv. Self-Service Coin day, Randolph Kyi r, 57, who died

wide.A Mercury product despite ._ .. ...:'..,LiAawa.a: _-.-...--'--.. -_- ..e' L.. -mu--->! l.l_:_'ti' ..._._ _....t._I ._.._... ___ ...,. : .w. -..! Liiuniiry by Ernie Harris\ owner. The deceased' was a veteran of at 12:45: p.m.Ion113Y! were held
at 10 a m. Wednesday at Smith
power being furnished by a 321 FLYING SAUCER'S ALSO FLOAT Sitting behind taken from a front angle shows the unusual length and They make a total of 23 washers Wo i Id War 1 I. .having ,nerved: in Funeral Chapel I with Rev. Joseph!!
I cubic Inch Chevrolet engine, the the 21 feet homemade inboard-outooard boat Sob Kem flatness of the craft. Despite visual effects, the boat is now In operation, along with 11 France and England. Ho-' was Boatwilght of the First Baptist
boa! Is equipped with a four-bar- merling appears to be driving a flying saucer. The picture only eight feet wide. (S-A Photo.) automatic dlyt'ra.CHnISTMAS. active In civic uffairs. and was a Church of Mims officiating. Re-
J red carburetor and other racing member of St. James Baptist
mains were forwarded to Lexington -
I equipment. Thompson estimates ed with 80 gallons of gasoline," r --- PARTY Church S. C, for interment !In Hareb
> the motor to develop In the Kemmerling said. American League The Minis Fire-nun's Auxill- He is survived by' hU wife, Church Cemetery under direction

i' neighborhood of 300 horsepower. Thompson added, "It will probably nry sponsored a Christmas patty two daughter! Gertrudla Cuyltr of Smith Funeral Home
"As far as speed is concerned, use about 15-18 gallons] of Ike. nth fur children of the and MM. Bernice Pilate, a brother
: A resident of Slims for the
we have tried putting an\ excess fuel per hour, which means we Grid Title Game Auxiliary member Games were Fred Cuyler and a cousin,
1 of inside the boat, just to past 3d years, Kyzer moved here
weight will have to make one pit stop fnryrf and refreshments were Mn, Cecelia Carruthfri of
see if there was a difference In for fuel". served Tho affair was held Naihvlllo TVnn.Ramer's. from Lexington, where he was
the overall time. With 1,200 Broadcast Set born August 13: 1906. A mech.anic
pounds aboard, the craft still The craft will be bearing the Motor Scooter Hit by trade he was a memberof
which number 103. Brother Indian River Lodge No. 90.
turned 50 miles an hour
Savings and Loan Foundation( Car
was a loss of a little over three By : TuesdayA Survivor are his wife. Len-
Both men are very pleased with Inc. of which the Titusvllle First t
miles per hour. We expect It to Dies Tuesday era of Mims; two sons Emerson
their boat.
Thompson says, "It motor scooter-auto accldrAIol'tl.lrr..d
hour Federal Savings and Loan As- Jr. of and of Mims
run around 50 miles per handles like a baby", and Kem Tuesday at 9:20: pm. Mira Jerry ;
which will include the weight of merling said "it drives as smoothas sedation Is a member, will sponsor on South Street. Involved' in tho Otto Earner, 80 of Bayou, LJv* 'one daughter, Mrs. Stella' Thome

two men, and two fuel tanks load. a cruiser.." i4, the radio broadcast t of the accident: was a 1053 Oldsmobile ingnton County, Ky. died Dec.'
The boat will be on display at American Football League driven by Orm-r Wiggins Wright( 31 He was the brother of Lacy the Pier near the causeway, following Championship over the ABC radio Ramer of Titusville. I Bcrley of Lexington, Leverof
Saturday's race for all network Sunday afternoon.. of Mlms, and a motor scooter Other survivor are a slater, < Mims, Dan and Wilson of
ifr i-
Interested fans.Bowling. a. driver! by Kim Raymond Kll- Mrs. Frank Chnmhliss, Cenlralia, 'West Columbia, S. C., five sis-
The will be broadcast gallon 104 Thoinlon
game I IRarccr ten Mrs. Chairs of
III", another' brother, 'Courtney Mary Sue
t1 1' 0 from San Diego's Balboa Stadium The accident was Investigated Buena, Ky., alga numer- News when the Western Division& by Robert L, Green who report ous nieces agdtaephewa., 1 Moody Mr*. Laura Mae Summer -
., PI$2991- Champs, the San Diego Chargers ed thut the Wright auto failed to Funeral services' were held at i Mrs.. Sara K. Watson and
) / f will meet the Piston: Patriots, yield the rightof-way. The auto :2pm. Wednesday at' McMuri i MM. C J. Taylor, all of West
L Sunday Nite Mixers winners of the Eastern Division> was not( damaged but the scooter) ray's Chapel at Bayou. title.It.
4 S wa a total loss

High individual game: Riy is estimated that nearly I,. AIM riding on the Scooter was i i I .,.
Luke. 231; Larry Magee 222; Keith Stephen Kllgalbn of r. ....
football fan the
:: In\\ 300,000 across I
Max Arnold 205. N vN, nation will hear the game with Thflrnten Ave., who was taken
High individual series: Larry the Savings and Loan Foundation to Jfs Purrish Memorial Hospital '
Magee. 551: Ray Lake, S44{ W, ns having K commercial minutes for by Smith Ambulance lie

Martin, 520; Max Arnold, 513. | Ixv; advertising. was noj seriously injured. I
Hish team game: Lighting by.
Taylor, 729 (scratch) t M 1500

Splits converted: Gloria Si cbcr .
4-C-l; Ann Heillemyer Max
10 PIECE SOFA BED Arnold, 6-7; Ruth Arnold, 3-lfr;
Group Value-$169.95 Astor Curry, 3-10; Ray Luke,
6-11; AI Henderson. 57. ,

e E. Donover &: Co., wen 4-0 :
frora East Coast Bowling Supply
Baclcock Furniture won 3-1 over

Carl Schmidt Rambler; Lightingby ,

Taylor, 3-1 over MoooUod w .w4fi.DISCUSS 000 !
s Mobile Homes: ; Justice Homes DOG
4 uon 3.1 over DeMonie'. Metropolitan ENGINE Rodney Thompson left and Bob i

Ins. Kemmerling are discussing small items to secure and adjust -

10 Pc. BEDROOM I ....tll.... ".. L... on their engine prior to today's race in Miami. The RACING
E. Donovan Co. Uu4 "IiJuatlce 327 cubic: inch Chevrolet mill will develop nearly 300
Value 149.9511II Homu aa 2eEnt
Group -
Co... Dowlla. sal4Badcoek : horsepower (SA Photo.) EXCEPT
Furnltur. 12\io\ 21111 NIGHTLY I L 8 8:10: 1 0 SUNDAY
Carl Schmidt Rambler :l9 11 NOW! State Farm Insures

LI.htln"o.Jlllolllo'.by M.lJ'opaIUallII Taylor :n asa..onlae4 12 Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results! THURSDAY 7,500,000 cars! Why not make
.....,. Homer la a MATINEES I LADIES' yours No. 7,500.00lYou'lt? en

WED. AND SAT. NIGHT' Toy the Famous Low Rates and

"SPEEDY" 2 P. M. Sorry) Nca Minor, Hometown Service that have
by cRAMSLIL1M1..ISMNn made people 'insure more cars

21 PC DINETTE LUXURIOUS CLUBHOUSICLASS with us than with any other com-
/ aatw.a/trea I/ee a1aM..N 1nUa ANp M MO YIItpwp pan>I Call todayl
Group Value 3445 MAareANEr2r AMD 11'I
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s RANGIER salt! 2114 S. HepUns AM 7-7MS


"Wiser the Top Dog. Rua I Mutual Astaiehee t lawnnu Ctnpariyt
524 NEW Canal St.: RaJa. Of Shine" KENNEL CLUB I IHw .. t.. 't o t Kara Ofllc* ttaaitoi\ itUagii.ocal "".

Phone GA 1-4131 ,. 17-92 B.t. Sanforrf-Orltncto. i.



TltutvllU (Florid*) Sr r -Advotif* Frllay, January 3,1; First -
., Presbyterian Yule EnjoyedBy
t''w"k' 1, +tYAw'r. -+- <.w.-.a c3a

i ;x"4 f r< Annual Meeting Beta Sigma Phi

I Big Jump In Permit Total Set For Jan. 12 The home of Faul and Ethel

4, tu' The Annual Meeting ot the Krone was the starting point for
congregation and church Corporation Xi Delta !\Iu'. Christmas Party

of the Fir.t 11'iesbvterian Saturday night. Cocktails were
Budding permits issued In I1XV! ) outside iniinuipalitks in thi In 1961 the county total was enjoyed ot the Krone's and then
by the County Zoning Office ran county' fur a total valuation of $17037313:: : ; the 1960 total was Church will be held in the sanctuary the group! moved on to John aril

J13S million more than the 1962 I855JHW50, !( The 1932! total was: $12.8 5.054; in 1959! $18979297, \ Sunday evening, January Nelda Flvnns for dinner. Lat

total $3-1,7tt.611.50. and the 1958! total, first year the ,, 12 beginning at 7 p.m. slop for the evening was Leo and
A total of 4.331: buildup pirmit A breakdown of the 1HI! : total county had a zoning( program in/ Following these meetings, at up- :Mary Signoiello's(; where the
win issued the past year included 2383:; single; family nut ('r-cratnn! it was 24671807. Jr dessert and hud :a
be group
there will
proxlmitely ,
for construction in areas lying permit: (fur a total( $,7U52l> ; The 1963: activities included 21, 8pm
29 duplexes for $116500( anl 34 730 Inspections made by eight in- f w ; a coffee( hour in the Assembly gilt exchange.

multiple family bjii ( an average of 2,717 per Room, as a reception for member Those attending the party

Center Seeking merits) of( 102") units fir' $7783 insi rctor' for the year. t&g.J received during 10b3 The were: Mr and Mrs. J. B Leu-
300( valuation. First permit issued In 1964 wasa
Deacons of the Church lire twj.Icr and their guests, Mr. and
healthy one, too, that for a 240
; i
Staff Personnel By comparison, th<' 1982! totals unit apartment building the .. hosts md hostesses for the occasion Mrs W. J. Buice of Waco, Tex:
; included 1651 tingle! family Country Club Apartments, on as, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lehtio, Mr.
units 19! duplexes aid 20 m'lit- .Q'-;": ..4.4 and Mrs. E. D Scandrett, Mrs,
Male Roar! AlA at Lucas Roadon _
Iple fawilbulMingi for a.H:\ Jane Linaiii, Mr. and Mrs John
Cites ?!feeds unit total VIerritt Island about three ..... 1";,.; '"",.t-.J,1', ... ',,- Carl A. Harp DiesCarl Flyrn. Mi end Mrs Leo Sign
miles north of State Itoad 520! the -- ....

'I, ;,ill ,,ill.'ins for Stiff positions Zoning Dr 0. D. Peaty estimated Cocoa Beach Causeway. f 0 () '. .;; :, i Albeit[ Harp, 64, a plumberat oiello Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krone
This permit, In the amount of ; and their guests !Mr and !Mn
the l'M: residential per-
juvinili. Supervisiont ( 4 Cape Kennedy, died December
f i i Mason
I .. Larry
mil Issued prm'ulul huisrn: for $1,703900, was Issued to Jack t4'; .. .
31 at Jess ParrUh Memorial Hospital
I received :
',1'1' i arc now bung about IS,(( )) more Jl'Oplc in the Taylor who( has received the first
'I .. t announced! by L K:. Simp county. permit of the new year for two _._ _:" ..- here Tides

1Oro. [Director of (the Center years In a row. Horn in Joplin. Mo, he movedto I
thecare The month of December closed A SLICE OF PROSPERITY Judge M. sary of service to North Brevard The High Low
1'".ihnns involve supervising Mrs. Hirshberg out with a total of $3,378.6G9 for D Smith, First National Bank President bank opened January 3rd, l 1953!> with as- Titusville five years ago from I
nf( children plated' in the the month, with 161 single family and Board Chairman, right, slices a pitce! sets of $250,000 and upon the completionof !Holly) Hill lie was a member of Sit. Jan 4

Cent' r which la being built in residences accounting for $2295 birthday cake this morning for execuof six years the assets stand: at $3,500,000- Plumbers and Steainfitters Union, 12:02:: a.m. 8:18: a.m.
Titmullc, Named Girl 423 of that, 16 commercial Local 203: Daytona Beach
To permits tive vice-president Doyle Frisbee. Today 00 (S-A Photo) 12:33: p in 6:33 p.m,
producing another $32 ,650 the bank is celebrating its sixth anniver
Applicant must have at least Survivors Include his wife; a
and four multiple family units Sun, Jan. 5
one\ year experience in working daughter, Mrs, Betty !Magcr,
Scout Post (48 units in the four structures)
with .ihildrcn and be of( mature .' Track CheckingCar Jacksonville, N C.; two sons, 1:00: a.m. 7:12: a.m.
another $233:! ,500. Mrs. Bartlett Kiwanians Attend
and responsible character Ap Paul Barren, Boise, Idaho and 1:25: p.m. 7:48: p.m.
The last two weeks of the DamagedAt
plicitiun forms are available Mrs II. S llirshberg! i.1: the new Adell Barren, lone, Calif; a
month showed a total of $1,131 Mon. Jan. i
Juvenile Ntifihlxirhnud: ( ha rman of fie! Crossing brother. Paul, and one sister
tif the
fioi. t the office .
the Courthouse in Titusulle N. ErevarJ Girl Scouts of America. 9'J.t, Including 58 residences at a Dies TodayMrs District Meeting Mrs Letha Spooler both of Jop 1:119: arm 8:08: a.m.
Court at
$879,500 total, three commercial Min"r damage occurred Friday 2:1: !:! p.m. 8:43: p.m.
lin, Mo. and 12 !
and will IK rccctvoil through for total and I ; grandchildren.:
(permits a $197,500 Clara C Bartlett 43,. (f miming at 8:20: am when a Five prominent members of
;: January 15th As Chief .irl. Stout, Mrs Ilirsli I the balance of $24994 t reflected in
here.: will conJiul all meetings for miscellaneous! permits, 241 Olmstead Drive died! t tW* 10H3 Chevrolet owned by the Titusvillc Kiwanis Club left yes
Simpson alto tinted' that the the 60 odd leaders of( the 29: troopsin On the North Brevard front, morning in Orlando. She had Florida East Coast railroad and terday for Clearwater where they PROTECT YOUR HEALTH

Mime ,is in a position to receive North Brcvard, compilsing the last two weeks included four been ill for several years u driven by Step:itn William Lon- are attending a two-day mid Get t this convenientURINALYSIS

Joritinns of material and equipment some 5DOWW( () girls, affiliated/ with permits Issued to Paul Justice, Mrs. Bartlett is survived by go, (IIf Miami\ and a 1969!) Made winter conference of the Florida easy

lie stated that various Citrus Council District C, Neigh. Box 1083, Titusville, for new her husband, Henry: G. Bartlett truck driven by Eailie L. Low district. They plan to return tomorrow \

ones of boy*' and girls' basic borhood 1- homes in the Bryn Mawr Drive of Titusvillc; her mother Mrs. cry of Dover, Flj, hit at the night or Sunday.

clothing: will be netdcd. Only The new chairman/ very ably area of LaGrange Acres subdivision !- Kate Wood Cook and a sister, railroad crossing on state road Included in the group are Jess Many addressed Diseases mailer give, you warning take .a Using specimenIn our 4

useful item* such' as dungarees, served as manager! rf the Gill These included two for $12- Mrs Betty Wood Bramcr, both 50. The' Chevrolet is built so thatIt Childrc, immediate past president your own home, and we return '\
Tchirts. sneakers, petal pusheifi Scout Day Camp held here last 200 each, a $13,300 one and an of Franklyn, Va. \ runs on the! hack and serves of the club, who was accompaniedby promptly! a complete) 23 test urine ana

end blouses could be used by the summer and has been a troop $11900 permit. Funeral services will be conducted as: a track checking device Mrs. Cliildre. Others are Herb and lysis report.wife ((6 3 tests tasts)a' year$1800$10.00 Licensed, man,

terse leader for three years, here and William C, Alexander! Titus at 3 p.m. Sunday at Indian A. S. Mauldin investigated the Johnson, lieutenant governor, registered technicians More frequent reports
in Sanford. vine. was issued an $11,000 and River City Methodist accident and reported that the Dovle Frisbee, newly installed for diabetics sent directly to your
lid also silted>> that there will a $13,700 permit for two homeson doctor on request
Mrs IIir&hhcrK, who succeeds Church and interment will be at truck was not damaged: but the club president, Norman Smith,
be a ne'rllor a TV net, u water Morse Ave, in Shady Oaks No. first vice. Tom Write for application form:
new president,
cotKr and drapes In the near Mrs. Leah Conley in the chair Brevard Memorial Cemetery at car received $150 damage,
4 subdivision.
Gru. new secretary! and Ken Florida
Urinalysis Laboratories Inc.
manship, said 1 flattered Frontcnac
am -
future Any individual or oreganfeation very A $16,000 permit was issued to Wimberling:. ,
and heppy over this honor but Mrs Bartlttt and her husband DOCTORS BUILDING
wishing to participate Edward Caldwell, 210 Elliot Ave
in providing such equipment know that I have a tremendoustask Titusville, for a new home Claude have been residents of Titjsville' .- Big Supply. 309 N.E. River Drive Fort Lauderdale, Ha.
ahead following In the fuel each at Star Advocate Office. Read Mar Advocate Classifieds
may contact the director through G. Marlowe, 1535 Hibiscus St, for seven years.
steps of Leah Conky"She .
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the Juvenile Court Office at the Titusville, will build on Singleton
Courthouse in Titusville. praised those in the urea Road, north of Dairy Road on the
giving so much of their time to west side.Miss Store Hours 10 A. M to 9 P. M Dial AM 7.1511 Titusville Shopping Center
the Girl Scout work and termedit

as stimulating to ace so many
Driver Faces Interested people( from different! Sanders Is I

areas of the councy \voix.ng. together Bride Of SewellMiss .
here in the scout move-
ChargesFollowing meet, aimed at helping the girls Brenda Helen Sanders, a
grow into good iltucns public school teacher in'Orlando, Go Modern With -

became the of Ronald Norman Jhidseu
WreckThe Mrs : bride
Hir&libcrg died the need
for adult Sew ell! in a 4:30: p.m. ceremony ,
troop orpam/trs: and
at the First Method. Danish Walnut
consultant to meet the demandsIn ., i
driver of in automobile involved pcoutlng in our impacted area Church thi.ro, The bridegroom is -- ,

in a wreck Wednesday at which has seen( tremendous the son fit Mr and Mm Norman
8 p.m on Hopkins Ave. faces growth and changes N Scwill of Orlundd, former
At Prices
three charges H M[ Peterson cf) In the words of Mrs. Conley, residents! of this city The bridegroom Budget

the Indian River City area was "we are quite fortunate here In attended schools in Titus

charged; by invcitleatln: off ictr North Urevard to have a Neighborhood villu and is now associated! with
Charles Garland with DWI, having Chairman like Mrs. the ''Cot,tamer Corporation of

no driver's license and leavIng Hirshberg She has exhibited a Oilando

the icenc of an accident genuine interest In all scouting The young couple will live at

activities Scouting should.! make 301 Lakeview Ave.. Orlando lol-
Peterson, driving south on
wonderful strides under her able lowing: a wielding trip to Jamal
Hopkins, reportedly lea; his side:
of the road and! struck another leadership this ye -
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vehicle driven by CharieR Franklin -

Threlkcld, 215 Drowning Ave.
No one was injured but the 1958 '
Chrysler driven by Petersen received /
$150 damage and the

Threlkeld auto was i total loss
AS OF DECEMBER: 31, 1963

Citizens Dank ASSETSFirst (

Slates ElectionTh
Mortgage Loans $8,345,055

annuil meeting of the Loans\ on Savings ccounts. 193,722.98

Etcckhokki:, of Citizens Bdnk of FHA Title I and Other Loans 10,756.10
Tua Real Estate: Sold on Contract 2,693.14
: villi will he held Tuesday,
Janarv. : 14. Ii4!)[ at 3:00 p.mst ? Ttcltrul Home Loan Bank Stock 47,000.00
,Investments and Securities ,
the office( of the Bank, 2U 651,50142
South RiversideDrive. Cash on Hand and in Banks : 514,346.05

A Boaid, of l>lredor to serve Office Building and Equipment (net) ; 227,001.91

for the milling; year, will be elected Other Assets . 791,029.69Total

"it i this tune and other business ,
(raimeled! that may properly l 10783906.59

come:: before the meeting, an- .
noun"ccl Sam B Clonts, vice LIABILITIESSavings ';l

prejiderl 1 and
Accounts . .$8,205,939.12Loans FULLFOAM "t tI

In Pioctis . 1,431,625.66
AUCTIONContinu Advances, Federal Home Loan ,1\ \ .

Bank (We hold in this reserve I 2CONTEMPO GROUPS AT f
( From Page 1) an unused line of credit of ;,, j.1| \ \

$2,600,00000) . 500',000.00 / '
tlu,sed his baA: too cheaply, paid Advance Payments by Borrowersfor r EASYONTHEBUDGETPRICES

for it and ilnii.itcd it back to bo Insurance and Taxes . . 5,813.87 ,

cold ajpm:;: Ho bought, it back, this Other Liabilities 1,584.04
time paying $23 (for It. Deferred Credits ? 9,557.62 4 A' !

Jonci turned liii bag back to Reserves und Surplus . 629.33628 I
be sold 1 again and Crutton said(

he'd take hu shoes( off if the bidding Total $10,783,906 s

get to $30. ..
Asked what he'd ,.: ''r ,
off; for Ibid .,
of $j0; the veteran attorney NO FOR THIS .( 1\ .
I I I Iw
laid he'd his
remove pants
The bidding became spirited, YEAR'SWAIT \.I 14% HIGHERRATE 11900'Similar

reached $40 and off came hia \n- 5-PC. GROUP ONLY
ahoci. It continued to climb and

reached the half century mark Illustration
Off came the pants to reveala Jf trsft Jfeberal

well.clud pair of legs in "long FOAM Includes : Settee, Chair, 2 Step Tables, Cocktail Table

John. 11.
The- hit bid raised the total to >abings

$220.10 and the "leg show" .

promptedphotographers to Downtown Office Washington at Main SECOND CHAIR ONLY. 19.95 ,
action with the result that the .
Indian River Branch 145<< N. Coquina AT*. *
offer was made that the photo. ,
graphs would be for sale for $} I 9 TO 3 DAILY ALSO 4 TO 7

each, with all proceeds being' I DIAL AM MH1 FLINTY FRII PARKING FURNITURE DEPT.
uddcd to the fruit auction tntil I
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To Demonslrale Closed Circuit Television Al Elementary School Levels ,

Star Advocate
Keeping in tl'pith (he newly purpose of this! demonstration i b lions will l bl' held jt UK Itlvrrvitwt tion demonstration Is open l''

augmented: Space Plan, the to show how television ran be in :Ictni'nurv School in Titiisvillp on tit' ..ill persons i interested In obi -
Th.. Voice of 25,000 North Bregard County R..l nth, 11 'II"i "n md I ,i, 1111 .,1 ; tip
i ,
i : for a demonstration utiluiuj. !- ituation im living: regular iUs-< cd i I" I .iducatlonmi .
)iiicA"F- A n'''II i In
Section B : -JANUARY-
1944 Pig 1 1-11 in III Hi I t'I.'nan. Tin -hooliiititiii
closest CircUIt television at loom Uachcr and existing :school i 1,51, ,,,n concerning the iec- j
( will hi' utiliml as d1.arZl'
tlu elementary levels of several lacllitiis and tl'muotrttlon, will be
for re-
;: rtiiip: i< wing! spaei
,,hools within the county. The Tin first of Dies! Icmonstrd. visitor. attimlin; the denionhtru 1 15.iI. I honly'(
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Local Art League To Offer '1

Classes For Youth Adults / O \ VP""\ ES !

/ WWDl1rn0' {] [] w .

I The Titusville Art League has: hell This was accomplishedwith step is to begin on Saturday, Jan :

had as one of Its goals since its: the cooperation of the City, uary 11, 1964. This is the day SALE STARTSJANUARY
innption, to foster and tncour the Art League the School Board set for art classes to begin for ; i '
age art and its appreciation and children from 6 to 13 years of 3rd _
to further develop opportunitiesfor and many good citizens such as age. Classes will be from 1 1:00: I

participating!: in classes, for tho Brevard Lumber Company, p.m. to 3.00 p,m. each Saturday ',. l ,iGRA S PRICES GO EVEN LOyj TTHAN LAST YEAfU
the young) and the older citizensIn Rinker Concrete Products, Kelly under the direction of !Mrs\ lindscy .r I
the North Brevard area. Builders Inc. and the U S. Mastcrson, who has studiedart ,
The first step was a large one, Corps of Engineers, and many In the Carnegie Institute
that of getting a permanent building others too numerous to mention. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and .

!: in which classes could be This job, completed, the next Cincinnati Art Academy, Cincinnati .{

Ohio, and is a well known ....

I Marlin Company Makes{ Awards artist resident in the here area for having a number been of a GRANTS-OWN BRAND GRANT MAID ,

years. The classes will be lim .
The Martin Company awarded Martin for nearly six) )'ears. ited to fifteen students and will Low
$700 this week to three employ After his device became oper run for ten weeks. Cost will be V'he
ces of the Canaveral Division who ational, a commercial firm pro. $10, paid in advance on Magii i
turned In moneysaving: suggest duced a similar unit costing $23; tion
registra'i I Our cvcry-day low prices cut lowe!
000. slashed / even
ions for the division's test and prices
launch operation efforts. Cannon and Rodamcr each re On January 16th a il1 All fine first quality..from famous null
Checks! went to E. R. Egger ecived $100 checks for their dcvelopmenl adults In all mediums will begin \ for this IbG-count combed cotton, l Moulutl! : snowy wkiioi ."

mont, senior craftsman; M, K of test tools to be usedin under the direction of Commander ,< Identical to famous mUuiuilly: ,nelmhwd' brands

Cannon, technician and K. A the TITAN 11 operations. Each Ed Stevenson. who is a well Laboratory-tested fur wear, variability ,.
Rodamer, technician has saved the company $1000 so known commercial artist and illustrator s event lilted sheets SunforL vI far this year through their tool Commander Stevensonhas ,
The awards were presented to 72x108"Flat ,:''" a. ,r.\'
the trio by J. T. Stoma, Canav innovations. had his work displayed at "
oral! Division director of TITAN Cannon developed a prevalve the new Merritt Island Bank and t>r ..... .. or Elasticized! 5 a I e 1 77 14j2,19 ;}

11 operations. possible adapter for wrench TITAN which II engineersto mane it was recently.featured He in and the Star Mrs.Advocate Steven. ..'.' Twin Fitted ,

Eggermont received $500 for .
work closely and .
1 more accuratcly son are new residents to the area .. REGULARLY
I his design and development of a .
with the 103 foot mis
long '
and the Art League feel very \ \ o.r':?
tool used to determine the amountof
sile's delicate parts. fortunate in being able to obtain I ,.-- f, 81x1 OS' flat or Elo.tldnJ Double Fitted>, REGULARLY 2.39. Sol. 2 97c s "
in suit
batacks.liquid: oxygen safety A prevalve is a device which his services for the benefit of t/ \ .. 42x38 P.rcal. Pillow Ca..., REGULARLY 59c each Soh 1.97
The pack provides the -
seals in the load '
of in
rropellant the citizens the North B '
of art
rev :
wearer with an air supply, as the /? \ "
rocket's tanks until the time
area. The adult classes will be / .
well as air conditioning while when :
the i propellant is to be used. held each Th'irsday morning from ', .
in the scaled
working heavy pro. -
Rodamer received his award .
tectivc 9:00: to 1 12 oo, and if there are -- lG
suits during fueling operations for an electric squibb adapter, \
enough who wish to register for .. I
the Martin built Air 1 i1
on .
also test tool device.
Force TITAN II ICB I. A squibb a is a kind of explosive. evening. The classes classes one will will run be for formed ten. t" Summer' /lightweightt l. J-fffi/;; Such a ammh r I tf t! i ; I I:: ii. 1L
Before Eggermont developed charge mechanism which act! ) !
weeks for $35, payable on regis _. .. .. .. .... value It !
his air testing unit, none had existcd vales a part of tho missile to do -:,- -. :: -. .. .... *..... ::,.Z.. *;. gate r i
+ *
tration Classes for adults will | *** ** +
He said it took about six its job. It might, for example, Cv H ::4
be limited to ten so that each r '
gE. .
months to develop it. blow away the bolts to releasethe Winter warmth I!t I \ ;
It is estimated that his device first from the second student will receive adequate attention :;;O- : r. .t ; I H I .1
stage .
: .:: !
has saved the company more stage as stage two Ignites in so that his progress will ...,._. .....' ..._. .-. .. ... ..::... ;::;:. \ i ( ))1.
than $12,000 this year space. be greater :;:::::ii.:3.: : ;. :.-jjf:.:; : ;( ," t \
"We made it out of about .. ... ..... ._.... ....... ...... ..: ... .. A'' t:,
$1,200in Eggermont is a resident of Ihojf: persons who secretly desire '. ., : .,::: ::.::... ." ; ... .:.;.;..'.::.;.... ....."...:': ') I .
: ; : ..' ; ;: ; :, 1
parts, end we believe it to be Satellite Coach, Cannon of Titus. to explore the avenue of :"-':.;:;_ : ;;:;:;......:::: ;.. ;:'..,. :;: ...... ..;, ., ,t\ I, \ I ," .' .... .
the first of its kind" explained yule and Rndanur of Merritt painting and drawing or have aGodghen' ;..,.': .....":;: .....-. _....., .' .... !... ... .-..:.., -r
.-" ';""' '' __.-. ., .tf t ( j IGRANTS OWN BRAND GRANT MAID' JI
Eggermontr employee with Island! ,1" ; ,
I. talent and have com L.<'?.f. ::;::l-. .... ,.j"'J." : t tl J

\\j. ,, .. ',. .... in milled not developing one of the it greatest. now hive sins' k, 'C: 'T ; \, ,'-1.: ::1 ".. ..J' BATH TOWEi BY CANNON ''j' J ;i.

the opportunity to do something !\ y.-- : j: f

about Its and the New Year is a ,' : :'
good time to start. : Only'lONI 1 GRANTS-OWN BRAND
A great psychiatrist said that '- GRANT MAID \
one of the responsibilities of par. .t'k --"""'"
Y'1 enthood is to look for hidden talcnt rtpT Or THE BIST $1 Town VALUES IN THE TOP QUALITY
rt I In our children and nurture I GRANTS-OWN BRAND : COUNTRY A 'Magic Value", sate-pdcc SHOWER CURTAINS .

"'\ '. .- that talent and develop It to its every day at Grants, and nt Grants alone! 'I I IGRANTCREST'
fullest capacity and we feel sure 'PUCKER.FREE' OOBBr BORDER
:* h I f sI there: an many children/ in the V Guaranteed not to .bhrlnk or pucker .or
i ,..1.1'to who should have this special Only 2.9 9
area COTTON INSULATE BLANKET 'F' Grunts will ai..cyoua new towtl. I
training and that the parents will
Lpq'E be clad; to know that such training
lltxivywcight cotton terry with Cuiuioii
Is now available through the r- Acetate tricot with lacy
Art I.eague.Reglslration. .1 s exclusive 'Htuuti ).'Iuf[" Mish Juinlra! itrlpo bucke4 with vinyl t
time is January 9, On I ly l.g 9 bat'h li e. 10 colors: C basic pastels),5 vivid' [ or heavy pearUzcd vinyl

i. : Ift4! 2 to 5 in the afternoon, and fashion colors.MAOI with mosaic bubble mot if.
.. 9 evenin1? TO
i n.rt/v/ Matching Drape:-2 99 I
thcr information call Mrs I Willie Tiny cells in this thermal knit cotton blanket act with all tho Jinuvv.liow' of famous Cun-
A TRIO OF MARTIN COMPANY employees receives Elements, AM t 7.2103. Both Com as trmporuturo) control in any season Michinewashubli non Mills in producing flue towels $
$700 in awards for moneysaving In Met Mas P
suggestions the com- mander Stevenson and
pany's test and launch ', i>re-shrunk, tumble dry. Lifetime nylon Hand Towel_5 < Wash Clolh_29 S .'rl
operations. Senior craftsman E terson will be available for con
binding 72 X !Kr s 7r. White, pink)[ blue, beige, A"
R left 'P
Eggermont ( ), accepts a $500 check for his award. sultation at the time of rcgistra:
winning suggestion from J T Stoms, director of the Can. lion. ,,,,..L,
averal Division's TITAN II operations. Looking on are negis'rut and classes will 4,
technicians M. I K. Cannon (center), and R. A, Rodamer, be held at tht :art center nextto
both of whom received $100 checks \ the' Tiluiville Library.
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,. Brevard County -
. Tax Collector NOMINatTYMAIGI 39 DAYS Pirtl* PUn Titvsvill.
Of MONTHS TO FAY f t ; *
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..* 2.8 Tltusvllt (Florida) Stir Advocate Friday, January I, 'W4 I


Church News Of The WeekFor

Titusville and North Brcvard County qf

Deadline For These PartS 5 P,V. Wednesday r VALUES 4

Methodist First Presbyterian Christian ScienceMan's Scottsmoor Baptist We can get them from The Old Book- ,

Morning: worship. will be bell 'Recouping Our Losses' will dependence on God will 0:45 Sunday a.m. at School First will Baptist convene Churchof at values a-plenty to make the New Year tp 4 ,it

,at 839: ( and 11:00 a.m. at First be the topic of thc sermon by the be emphasized at ell Christian Scottsmoor! with Dale Redd as really.new. Of course the months, the weeks, the w.' ""w '
Charles W. Bates, pastor, Science servic' this Sunday.
Titusville Rev.
Methodist Church of Superintendent! and classes roc hours are much like the old ones.
this Sunday morning with the tt the 0:30 and U o'clock worship Heading from the Bible Les all ages
\\1:00: cluck service broadcast cervices Sunday::! at First Preiby- non on "God" will include thi Ordinance ot) the Lord's Supper We should carry all the good things of 9.

over radio ktatwn WRMF Rsv tetioa Church There is a passage from I Chronicles ((16: and Baptism will he I yesteryears over into the New Year _
Edward W Normal will bring church: .hour nursery for child .29): ): 'Cive unto the Lord tho the 11 sin worship observellJt and then add more.
a mesiage based upon the rca to age six, at the late service glory due unto his name." The Sterling Mills will give a short
phrase in the p>rd'i Prayer only theme will be taken up in ac inspirational message Music wijlbe Just how will your New Year be New? #

'Forgive \IS. as we tot School convenes at company: readings from the by the adult choir wilt Mrs. We and others like ourselves, will make "
,* U titled Sunday ctll titian Science textbook, inclucliAg Morris Hallum director
The scrotoa as
give the difference. Be kind and
0:43, and the Junior-Hi and more patient
The Hardest! 'Thin" Scripturewill ] these lines: "No wis Training Union Is slated 'for( v
be read from Luke 7:36.SO. Sen.ior.Hi youth groups meet door Is wise but His wisdom; 6:30 p.m. with Mrs Grady Saqd in the home circle-then it will be a new house
from 7 to 8 "
Church school, under the supervision p.m. no( truth is true no I love is ers as director with Unions this year Exhibit a better spirit ,

of John Raley, will be The adult' choir rehearses at lovely, no life it Life! but the provided for all age groups; Evening fri as you do the old task-and the ..
gin promptly at $:49 ..m. with 8 p.m. on Wednesday e/cnings, dhuie. ; no good is, but the good worship service Is sehed-
classes for all ages A nurseryis end thc Junior choir at 10 a.m. God bestows' (Science and uled for 7:30: p.m. with music by office, or shop, or kitchen will be a new s, ", t

provided in rU*nssey Hall Saturdays Both groups will welcome I- Health with Key to the Scrip tho Junior choir place for the New Year. Worship God f

for children of pre chool age. new voices turos by Mary Baker Eddy, p. Midweek prayer service will more sincerely and work more in His
will. be held Com muni. 275). be conducted Wednesday at 7
Youth recreation! The pastors spring / .
of service then '-
At 4.00 fus. Sunday followed by cant Class for boys and girls first Church of Christ, SciontUt p.m., followed by adult choir rehearsal program you "

the MYF snack supper and pro from age twelve, will commence \ Titusville, holds Sunday sir- will have a new church ,a
gram Evening service wU! begin after school, on Friday, January vices at 11 n.m. and Wednesday Nursery Is provided at ell wrv- for the New Year "

at 7:30 p.m, SwwUy. 10th. testimony; meetings! at 8 p.m. a* ices for children under four yearsof Only a new M'
Tuesday the WSCS will hold 101 Baldwin Shopping Center age. '
Dr 0 R. akin, well known will i l make it sonrf'Ik :
and Sunday School for children
ill regiilw jnoothly, purling I IRC MethodistThe up Evangelist, will conduct a Revival .' ,
luncheon in Hewjessey; Hall to the age of 20 convenes' at 11 20th thru the lath a New Year. #!.V ,
.The Clwij;, will rehearse at 7:30 service of worship for the a.m In the Chamber, of Com January '( / J' { "f:

pm. Indian River City. Methodut coerce building! All arc welcome '. r..fl \\ ,j<
Cn Wednesday, 1:00: p.re. the Church will be held Sunday, First Church Of GodThe I :'
Conmlss! Mj en Membership and 11:00 a.m. in the new church services of the First I V; ""

Evangelism will hold its regular building on the Orlando Road First Baptist Church of God will begin this \: ."" ;
monthly meeting across from Indian River Sunday at 1000: clock} with ) I//. \

Th, boy scouts\ will meet ot Heights. The pustor, Rev Robert lust Baptist Church offers Sunday School classes for alii l lages. ]I .,f! J.

: 6:30( p,11. Wednesday at Blanton Waddell, will preach, using as three worship services every :
Park his text a passage of scripture Sunday The early service begins The morning worship service .....
i At 7:30( p.m. Wednesday a Mis from The Book of Joshua, at &:30 a.m. with music by the will fellow at 10:45: clock with
: slurs Study will be held in Hen the third chapter: The Youth Choir and a mcsagc by the (the pastor Rev. Ronald Holder,
nessey Ha.ll New Year sermon is titled "W:. pastor, Dr. W. S. JUrJin(; bringing the moaning message;

.j On Thursday the Mabel Larch Have Not Passed: : This Way Be Sunday School begins at 9:43 There will be n youth/ fellowship .
: Bethany Routh and Violett Hugh- f'Jle." The nursery will be a.m. with graded nurseries, meeting Sunday evening at
classes and departments for all
1 lee! Circles will hold their regular available in the Sunday School 6:30: dock in the home of Rev.
Cradle Roll for infants\ anJ
: meeting wing o fUio new building ages and Mrs Ronald Holder, 3374
a extension! department) ; for shut Et.J. r.
Sunday School will be held ins, invalids and people who must
: St. Gabriel's Church I from 9:43 a.m. to 10:31 a.m. work on Sunday. Cottage prayer meeting will beheld
em Wednesday evening' at
Classes are available for aU ages Regular morning worship at 11 sqx
1 The !schedule tot St Gabriel 7:30: clock in the home of Rev.
1'he Methodist. Youth Fellowship a m. Music by the Adult Choir
Episcopal ,Church as announcedby and Mri HolderSen : ,
will have its program and message by the Pastor on
Father Ferguson, is as follows "A Personal Question". 'ices on Sunday are pretentl -
recreation Sunday, 0;00 p.m in
: the fellowship hall The MYF Training Unions meet at 6:15: / being conducted in the In
Saturday. Jan. 4, at 10:00: participated in a Watchnight service p.m. for all age groups. dine River City, Fire Hall on

a.m., the Quldrens Confirmation New Year's Eve, meetingat Evening worship at 7:30: p.m. Magnolia Ave ? z1 :;a ,
Class Music! the Intermediate This congregation is associated
10:00: pjn for recreation and. by Choir
Sunday Morning Prayer will refreshments climaxed by a and a "Meditation' by the Pastor with the Church of God whose
be said at 7:15 ajn; Holy Communion Candlelight Communion Service fallowed by Observance of general offices Are in Anderson,
will be celebrated at at midnight tae Lcurf'W Supper-eed 7:30: am; Sunday! ; School, for Jut lice -d New"Testament' lapticm jf
the fourth grade aadp, will The Woman Society of 'Lighthouse Tabernacle

meet at 9XW); a.m. The adult t class Christian Service will have an Wednesday services begin at Indian River Machine Shop Baird's Mobile Homes
will lisa meet at this time under executive meeting Tuesday, 9:30 S:30 with Family Night Supper Silver and Gold have we none, .
Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa Florida
the direction of Jack lIorton. a.m., followed by a general meetIng followed by organizational ijieet; but curb as we have (The Saving, Indian Uher City, Florida
Family Eucharist will be celebrated of all members ot 10:30 in the lugs. Healing, and Joyful Gospel of

at 1000; a.m.; The Sun new church building There will Midweek Prayer Service Wednesday Christ) we (would) give unto Mims Citrus Growers Association Boyd's Gulf Service
day School) third;, grade and below bo a covered dish dinner immediately at 7:30: p.m. you." Mlms Florida Downtown Titusville
will meet .at 10:00 ".m. under ateJ'the general meeting The Full Gospel Lighthouse

the direction at James Munnl IRC Christian Church Tabernacle at Minis on North

!!', Jr.Monday. The adult choir will have its U S 1 (past Kelly Builders) Invites Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr. James Pritchard & Son

Jan 6, The feast of rehearsal Wednesday, 730: p.m. Services' at First Christian you to come and share the Jlims, Florida Frank & Mary Schuster & Associates
the Epiphany/ will be celebratedwith In the chapel Cburch: Indian. River City area, peace and Joy the Lord Is bless 2300 South Washington Titusville
Holy Communion at 9:30 u announced by Pastor Devil Ing us with
a m.; at 8:00: p.m, the Vestry There will be a school of Missions lice are as follows: Popular services are held as Duffy's

will meet at the church February 2, Sund.}': Cable Srhool, 9 a.m.; follows: Mima, Florida Edwards Realty

Tuesday: Jan. 7, at 7:30: pm 5, 9 and 12th. More detailed' information Horning worship, 10; evening Sunday School at 10:00: a.m.; Joe and Mary Edwards
Adult COIlCinnatiQlClas... concerning the school Ualdwin! Shopping Center
service at 7:00. worship services at 11:00: am
Wednesday Jan 8, at 7:15a will be given later. The hdic of the church will and 7:30 p.m. Brevard Lumber Company

.m. Morning Prayer, Holy Communion The men of the cnurcii will meet Tuesday. January 7, nt the Prayer meeting every Wednesday vE. Kennedy

meet at the new church Saturday home of Mrs, Richard Rider night at 7::30.Vestsidc Badcock Furniture Titusville
Thursday, Jan 9, at 9:30 a.m. to resume the painting project I 1.-_ Ray Nelson Insurance Agency
Holy Cojoicnumon.; T:80 p.rn. sponsored by the Men's Club Eicr Apple Plaza
meeting Rbe PTA \ Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc.
Friday Ja*. JO, the choir will Pine Grove Baptist Baptist Downtown TitusvilleBelkLindsey
rehears tit 1:45: pan Tropic at Jules TitusvllU
Burger King
Evening prayer will be read Sunday morning service at
ut S:00 p.n. on Monday<< Wed Pine Grove Baptist Mission will Sunday School 9:45 era Morning Worship 11 jn. North U. S. 1, Titusville

nesday and Friday and at T:00 open with Sunday School at 10 Traln'g Union 6:15 pm. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.

p.m. ot Tuesday and ,."r.I1urs4l1IlY, under the direction of Ernest t NURSERY FOR EACH SERVICE Duff f f Electric I ;TitusvilleMr. Titusville
Woodcll, superintendent The H. E. FLYNN .. MINISTER
and Mrs. II Guy DuffMorley's
Trinity Lutheran morning song/ service will follow
under the direction of Johnny Colonial T. V. and Appliances
Church Service nt Trinity" \
Carrel The miring message
Lutheran Church: 4u. lodjan Rlv Western Auto
will be TRINITY
brought by the pastor, LUTHERAN CHURCH
er City "area begins at to:u The Roe Johason. Mr. and Mrs. Chas J. Morley
Sacrament, of Italy 'f1IIIImulion (Coin American Luthran Church) Washington & Broad, Titusville \ C !Danenburg
will b. celebrated ot it*. nervioe The (evening song and praise : Dan nbl.lrg Realty
this SWfl.yI. nursery Is provided service will begin at 7:00: with 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE 1514: S. Washington. Titusville

during church fur small lie( message by the pastor. INDIAN RIVER CITY Canaveral Rambler .

children Wednesday evening prayer SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . 900: ton. Phone AM 7-1343 Master Cleaners
Sunday School it held at BOO, service and Bible study will begin I
with classes tot all agcy, Jnclud at 7:30.Thursday: CHURCH SERVICES . 10:15 ajn. I S Hopkins at Titusville City Limits 4

Ing adultl afternoon at 2:30. We Extend '
A Cosdlal Welcome To You! Fransen's Drive In Restaurant
The Youth. OinfirmfttMn Class the ladies of the church will
will meet !at -4O: Sunday\ after meet in a Bible study and fellowship CLAUDE' E. TEJAN, Pastor and Employees; South Washington Mutual Insurance Service, Inc.
noon, at 9:00 Sunday the Luther meeting Titusville Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Tones

League will meet. The Fine Grove Baptist Mi Downtown Tittmille .

The chair: :wall rehearse. Tves slon Is a member of the Am,'rican '
day evening at 71)0: ) Baptist Association. Welcome To The Rinker Materials Corp. ow 1

.. a i West Orange Ph. AM 7.5900!) ; Fulmer's Drug Store _
Gene Sego

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II Town Motel 1
e s a The Employees of
Ta Tto H.. Of The I
r Community"tt I Downtown TitU'Vl11! .
I Church of Minis Suburban Propane Gas Service
It Hopkins Titusville, Florida ,
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W. S. Htxdln, Pastor Threlkeld's Standard Service
i Only 5 Minute> s from Downtown TltusvllU/ North Moonland/ Mobile Homes, Sales

SERVICES I I On U. S,1 1 to Minis Turn Left .t lInker Light. i Downtow Titusville AM 7-9927 U. S.1 North of Overpass, Titusville

Sunday Worship . . . . 8:30: & 11:00 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . .. . t:45 A M. I A
Sunday School . . . . . 9:45: A.M. MORNING WORSHIP . . .u,, 11:00: A M. I Wholesale Tire Supply Co. Luke Cain ..
TraVpIng, Union . . . . 6:15 A.M. VOUTII CHOIR REHEARSAL .. 5:30 1'. M
Sunday. Evening Worship . . . 7:30 P.M. TRAINING UNION . . . . 1:15: P. M. South Washington, Titusville State Farm Insurance Companies
Mld-W..k Swrlo. Wednesday' . . . 7:30 p.M. EVENING WORSHIP . . 1:30: P. M. AM 7.6142 214 Palm, 'fitusville
Churck WED NIGHT PRAYER SERVICE; 7:30: P. M. i -
Qld.st Baptist In Area Established In
Air Conditioned for your Comfort Rew. Joseph E. Bostwrlgnt
1883 AHlllated with Soulhtrn Baptist Convention Atlantic Plumbing Co. First Federal Savings & Loan Association
"The End of Your Search For A Friendly Church""Wonderful
Alr-CondHfewri Mother of Three Missions We 329 St. Johns St. TitusvHle Downtown TitusvilleP.
Word of Life 7:4S A.M. Moa.-FrL. W71MF
Cordially' law" te Attend Our Servlcea. ..

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Friday, January. 3, '1944 Tlfg.vlll (Florida. ) Stir Av.ctH .... 1-"
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Indian River City Happenings r---q'O"T-;' rs CHURCH NEWS OF THE WEEKFor t

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I ,.; 't & Titusville & North Brevard County

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Back Home After Lengthy TripKate v Lutheran Church Of God

...... t =N,, w'(.' t11l'1'i t tn> this RITa are
and Orin Wade 513 -- SunUy
V '.1,0) and 0:30: am I
4 < 'P "11'ilk uiv,I t'd" to attend Sun
Dclespine! Ave. have !just returnsd inuarv !*>. worship services .
.... "" 'lav: athoil this SUP:lay al 10 (
: homo after a lengthy trip, ill "e held at Gucd Shepherd I IL
} itotk and :iw: worship nt 11 at
They left on May 25 and drove -.( J 'i I dhb'r.ro Cl.urch on Garden S'.
a 5 Church n( God(; .ho pastor'ssorriest
by car to White Pigeon, Michi {t tv Arnold f
.r ,,_I f ;Y4 l in {Htusvillo; The (akin tram the Psalms
gin which was formerly their Pe *' ,'I.alli. for the congrcisUllon -
pastor chapter: 110(!. ti'.ll encourage new
home town. They visited with
; "wiltduring the 1031): deters lnot, in
on( to serve God
their son and his family and then ter
install the '
worship :
64 and! to fulfill vows mode. to j
went on to Wcllston Northern icv.h: ""w'lt'd officers othe
Michigan, where they met more Him.At
old timers from Florida. Mr Ru.ird of Dint-tors Small child- 7 Sunday evening there will
r n will he rand for In the be
and !Mrs Ed Buckley and Mr j un evangelistic! service in
and Mrs. Elmer Sondergeld of I mr- 'rdut inn the second() wor- which the congregation! will take

Indian Paver City visited them hIp "CI'I'II.S plot in Inspiration'jl] singing( ,

there, and they met several other RING IN NEW YEAR Teenagers rang Leslie Faiclu:. Dutch Graham, Barbara : nda> School, Junior Bible tcjllinonn* anti pinyer

Florida families from St. Cloud, in the new Near Tuesday with a get- Grimm; (center row) Margaret Stfope HD:'! Adult Bible classes, and the Cray meeting i is set for s

which virtually is a settlement together at the home of Mr and Mrs. WiIDilia Rodriguez( Kathy Boa Jeannie 1'uck- l\utni' Claw will convene nt 'rursday! night at 7:30) and
D nelda Scott, Leslie V,P.E!:. U .
of Michigan senior citizens. liam Rodriguez 1120 Hardy Avenue It ett Lepine, Judy 0:13 a.m. Sunday evening at Thursday night.

I They returned to White Pigeon Was: similar to a party given for a group Dickison, (hick row) Jim Ferguson/ Don Until a i church Is erected on
C3> o'cbc-K, : people'sgroup j
: mil young :
Uilia, thc'i' daughter Cozart, Bobbv GJ&, John Pittman George
the .
and managed the farm of his I. previous year. of (he church, the Walther Hipkl.Vvc this congregation(
brother, while the brother went was hostess( Gamesvere played and Morford Jim Robertson, Ed Kellar, Cl> de n ctts I in a store\ building( at 308
League! will meet in fie! Fellow-
dancing( was enjoyed and n meal of 1Pittman) and Jack Powell Another guest, Washington Ave downtown\' .
hunting in Canada. They then '
Mr. and Mrs, C. N ahp: ]lap.Tncsdry.
Evans arrived after
ian lasagna l and tossed' saladvas served the picture was "liicwilleLaGrarqc. '
went liv tram/ to Colorado, where
Foose 1150 Hardy Avenue are Mr and Mrs. William Left to front ) Fred Decker taken evening( at 730: ) o'-
right ( row
Kale injured her right leg near _. _. .
Mrs. Santarsierohas
children York will
Santarsiero and of ---- -- -- - --- clock Ihs Pastor'; class: BaoHstPutrr
Denver which necessitated. worked with National Co. in York for the off'ce' )j.
Gypsum mart In tho Church !
eyed for their Christmas: Party at Jchovih's Witnesses L'uif Gowinor wilt preach :
their staying in Denver for a 14 Mr. Foose worked with the the firm for Wallace D. Freeman
past years? the home of Mr. amt Mrs. \\ilijainSler Sunday night/ at the TU: worship The choir will rehearse on
week. They then went on to 50 before to Florida.. Left to right (back Hit for LaGrange .
years retiring (his sister). Leonard! ; and The following "program at the how \Vtclrwsduy 'evening at 7:30: u'clerk nnrouncos service
Montrose, Colo, to visit some row) Mrs. Santarsiero, Mr. Foose, Mrs. Foose and Mr Eva said that it really looked: ( like !'\intdom: Hall, 1422:! Norwood Sunday School rret-ts at 10 /: : Baptist t Church Old Dix

cousins. Santaisiero; (front row) Daniel, Judith at.d: Jeffrey San fairyland through/: Tennl'sleeIa.: .\Vl' I is announced by I.. I IShnvwrr U. alit : Tra.niit,< Union nt 11:31): ) ic! High*'*\}'. as follows:
Orin says the deer season tarsiero Mrs Foose is just recuperating from a major bama anti Georgia: when tIf: !ce local presiding minister p.m. Hie Sunday School staff ii Sunday : Bible School, 10 a.m.:

opened up while: they were there operation and snow was frozen to the grass as follows: kchcdulcil; \ ( ti hold Iti Januaryroiling : worship service, II am? with

and It was very interesting and trees He sail that driving Sunday at 3 p.m. a Public Mims MethodistServices ( un Thursday evening at message\ by visiting mini. trr1a'fI'Y

watching all the bustle And activity Samuel K:. Tweedy Jr. and Beach He is with inker Materials conditions In the mountain was ,Bible LriUir\ will be given by a 73): :) od.ck Rny Len uie, ofMim : J. S,rum, paittoi of Mont-

of hundreds of hunters in wife Karen( live at 710 Jana Inc? in Titusville very hazardous( and: ( on one occasion representative of the Watchtower !! nt Mims :Methodist I I.* the'! Sunday: SI hool npinr.Umuit : vale B-'plni l I'Hireh' M< ntvaloVliflUHi

that area Drive. coming here from Or- where the roadway was society alter which at 4:ISin Church a* announced by HevI and will he! lit clinruoI / evening service, 7:30:

From there they went on to lindo S..lnwOl'ks with IBM. frozen over they had! to travel a .ni. the weekly Bible study will I Lloyd( :Mullis, pastor, are as I this notingSaturday: pm. "vith message by Pastor \
Carl B. Miller and his wife 1
North Itollywood, California, to ct Cocoa Beach: considerable distance at 5 miles he held on the subject "Victoryfor \ follows: morning at 9.00 o. SinusWfdnctdtiy: '
visit their >von> .m.law and daughter Lillian came to this city from .
/: Ciols Woman( over Her Ancient Simlay Sunday School at 10( clock. Pastor Claus will conduct evening prayer
Mr. and MrGeorge Ems Ohio and they own theO (Set I IR.C NEWS On Pag* 5)) ."
I;nemy a.I11. ; Meriting worship 11:00.: A
Donald A. Meyer, and wife tho Jun+rr Confiimitinn Class meeting will be held at T:30.
S-nagala They stayed there cella Trailer Park They have Every Tuesday there Is anrttur service al Ibly Communion for .. .__.__. _.
have settled at 370 -- --- -- -------- -
7 weeks and wcLomcd the arI Mary Lou settled at 4..>b Key Bi.,rayne Visiting MinisterAt Bible Study heM at 8 p,mon the New Year, MYF meets nt |

I rival cf their thirteenth &:raod. Key Largo Drive They have Dn\e Imperidl! Estates: and LaGrange Baptist 'let four Name He Sanctl! 11:30: I p.m. ; evening service( ( ut 7'\0:\ I',
two young !sons, aged 3 yean! ..
t'hilf'h': ') is the filth child born Carl works for NASA at Cap! fi<-d with sermon "The Disciplined! ADVERTISE YOUR SERVICES OR
and 8 months end came here
to their daughter Mrs. Smagala Kennedy. harry J. Sirnms, pastor ot Thursday, at '7:30: p.m., the Life"
from 1I811111nDon\ is \
Or'n'! says they are expecting IBM. at Cocoa Beach Montvrle DJptl-t Church Montsl Tluo<'ratio Ministry School Is Sit.t Jan 4 ,junior choir prir: SPECIAL EVENTS a-

i; to hear cf their fourteenth grand Pleasant Surprls. \' Vaill bring:;: the 11 0'. conducted\ followed at 8.3D( p.m. tire! at 11 a m.

5 child's arrival from another of Robut D. Ealy and wife, Mrs Virginia! McClunz, who cljiU message ot t the luGranqa: by the weekly sen ice meeting January) 8, the Womain: S" On this church pig. You'll be pl.iid with the rttponte you

their culdicn's family very soon Marlene have settled at 325 lives; at: tie). corner of Pine Street Baptist t Church, SlJndl )'. Jan. 5. Orsino Baptist Icty of Christian Service w il got from reaching th. pooplo of North Brovird County throughth
I While in California, they wit. meet at U a.01. Mrs Cecilia ctlumni' of tho Star-Advotale church pagts A paid .dvortlioment .
n ssert the TV program "Truth Key Maleua Drive They have and Magnilia Avenue, was The pastor, Wallace D Fireman Thr pastor. J. L. Games! has Eby vice president of the Or the sire of this onnouneomont will colt only $).00
i i or Consequences. They also to sens, aged 7 and :3 I years and pleasantly surprised Saturday and the congregation extend ;, hostn as nu first sermon of tlin lands )District. will he the speaker .
par Issue. Call H7 0131 1 for the ttrvlcoi of on. of our advertising'
a daughter need 4 years. They evening when !her son'in law and special Invitation to visitors I. "Challenge to Frie .
5 aw: the final rodeo competitionto ; ( a new year Bible study will he held at 7
decide the World's Championship came hero from )Key West Boo daughter, Mr. and Mrs Charles to come) out and hear this! dl.m"! at the ll a n1. sent lit a'Orsini p.m.; senior choir (practice at men

in the sports arena in Los is pharmacist at Cutter's Drug( Sain and children Mike and visiting minster' ; ( Baptist: 7 7:45: ,
More.. Erie, arrived i.t her home from .
on Magnolia aveCart ----- -------- -
They went back by
1 rn-rst'urg i W Va.. to spend: a
I train to White Pigeon, /and spent "
Justice and wife Billie few! days. Cherles is rectper
a short holiday visiting with
their and his Jo have settled at 825 Jana utinj from a "icje of hepatite ...
sm family.
I Drive, Imperial Estates They Iris parents, Mr. and Mrs Dick ,

They then put their automobile are np\vomcrs:: to that subdivision Sara also( from Parkersburg, Th
I into commission, after all theirs
but previously had lived at W Vn. arrived lut Sunday
t journaymiii by train, nnd they 220: Seminole Ave.. heie They night' to spend n few days here
tame back to Indian River City, 5i .. .
have two children, aged 6 and und then will go on to Tampa low ,
much ng.Impressed that hd by occurred all the white happen t years of age Cail is a drafts. ft'i the winter. i\ Plymouth's price ; 'j

I man with the Martin Company
they were vacationing, n Ubly
ut Cape Kennedy,
the consolidation of North Bra.
vaid and the ever.increasing From Atlirfi if
Cat a Ho Marsiano his wife Mr. and Mrs\ Gecrgo Sine and "
building activities in this hole is classic understatement. f
at;i'a. Annette, and then children aged son Howard of Atlanta Georgia: a

Orin ind Kate have the unique Sand 8 years. have settled at "pped at her brothers house, I(
Richard II. doggs of Jepson
815 Jane
Drive. here
distinction of both of them bung They came
Street on their way from Clear
Veterans of World War 1. Orin from Huntsville Ala. He i h a
water and
Fort Lauderdale
Fled'! Engineer: with North American en ,
was in the U. S Navy, while
route to Atlanta to their home
Kate in Aviation: ( at Cape Kennedy .
tans the Army Nurse '
:Mrs Sine and Richard Piggs arc !
Corps, the children of the late Harry .

I Bases;: who (lived at 343 Wcot Coquina .
Cheater J. Kmchner. his wife
Avenue. The Sines also
Newcomers Department Sybil, 'end' their three sons, aged
visited with Mrs Mary Uoggs': ,
More and more new comers 10, 14 and 10, have settled at }I
t t:1: 9 i.'ow) of the late Mr. Boggj, ,;
are flocking here, and more and 335: Key Madeira Drive. They : ; e

more are settling In the Imperial camp here from Madeira Beach. ,,'

Estate Section of the City. Chester is Warehouse Superintendent .
Rctirn Frcm Holiday h
Latest comers include: t with R.nker M-terhl::
Roy E. Nickels and his wife Ire, in Cocoa. Mr and Mrs. Leonard F Dobo,
of 223 Pine Street returned Tues. .J n."
Sara have settled at 720 Jana
.. "rua,,' .
day, from a holiday trip to Ala
lJl \'e. They Lave a son, Brian,
4 and a daughter Donna 2. They Dr O C. Ryals and his wife. bama and Tennessee. The Bobu Natrr

came here from Kingsp
Roy Is sales manager for College at 305 Key Madeira Drive. He mas with their children. They ,

Manor Estates in Cocoa is an optorn'lrist, and has an first t tf'r.t to Fort Payne Ala .. I

office) In Indian River Plaza We where they visited tic.r daughter .
congratulate this: couple bccnuso and her family, Mr. and I Mrs. .

John P. Kirby and his wife they not only liveIn Indian! Carl Warren and their daughter,

\\ilj.. have settled at 373 Key Ewer City but he has set up his Susan; then on >a Huntsvllle to

Largo Drive, coming here from tiikiness here blso They came visit their son and Mi family, 'jt.

Canaveral Jol'" is Chief Unit here from Pohokee Dr. Ryals I Mr and Mrs Alvcrson Sharon

Engineer In Wire Ccmmunicatioius studied at Palm Beach Junior and Bobby. The family all giti

for NASA at Cape Ken- College and recently graduated i ered at the Alverson home for

nedy. from Southern College of OptometriU their Christmas Party Later U
tho day (Christmas Day' ) th<> Bo.
at MerrpMn" Tenn
bo went to Favetteville, TE'nn..1 .
Ralph' L. Watson Jr and wife,
where Leonard tamily had gashe -
Katherine are settled at 73DJjna Merle E. Bright and his wily, I _

Drive. They came: here Irene, along with their amall . ... ... .ee.'. I
torn, Eau Gallic, and he I is daughter aged I 2 year. have set. i ..
of the Dri.Gas tied at 410 :
manager, : Corpora Key Biscayne: Drive t" .
lion( offIce. They cams:! here from Jersen I
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Christian Missionary Alliance Church
Sun Road Off Hwy. 50 Indian River City I '
WELCOMES YOU TO OUR SERVICES I Services Talk about value-ami you will-the only thing equalto comparl on. You'll probably find! that, car for car,

!' "The Whol. BIbU U th. basis of all tatehlni" : Plymouth's low price f fa> Plymouth't classic good model for model, feature for feature, you won't get
This looks It's a rare combination one of the most KO much car for so little-anywhere! So get up and

handsome cars on the road! at a kiml-to-the-pock KO Me your Get-up-and-go Plymouth Dealer now!

THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF SCOTTSMOOR Week price that will amaze you. And Plymouth invites lie's the man wit]) the. PIG Plymouth values t

WELCOMES YOU Rtv. SUrllng Mills ,

Turn E". At' T.b.,', fruit Stand

Sunday School l t::4S 'm. Morning Warship 11 ...... : at your own /

Training Union t:JO prn. frtrury Warship 1130 P."" .
for Each S.rvi lc. Prayir S.rvl<. W d. 7 ,... "
Nursery place

Th B Only tw"n Southern Mimi and Baptist Oak Hllll Church : Now, see the men who sell the quality Plymouth r e't r. t

worship gw4,4; :;


1027 Park A... THvtvllU ';; :
Sunday School 9:45 AM Worship Hour 11 A.M. .

F.UowshI9. 6 P.M. E ng.llllc Hour t! :

Youth 7 P.M. No THOMAS Wed.{ mldwt REAM.urrke MINISTER, 7 P.M. f I .': J.: D. DAVIS MOTORS, INC.' "

Scriptural Christ- .ai.r d Ertryon* Welcome II

Infa.A k ToddUrs Nurltry I 700 Washington Ave. Titusville, Florida .

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Page 4-B Tltuivllle (Florid.) Star Advocate Friday, Jmu r/ 3, MM li "TUB JUI'KMI ctKcriT COCRT tlHttir or TIIFMSTM or': tiffs Attorney. I. trnfton. whore Brewer. earn*. Hoilauil andaddrea. If THE. nHicv.mu COCNTT toiArt, I II J(\IIIHII.I :Ml \MK IIK.\\lt.. (()lhtt.

I KIOHIIIX.. .VM H.)IC IIKr-,' BUJ) !Palm Avenue Tltuivllle, I 1.0 K lit. \ 1'KOIIATi( :
v MI> ii 1)LN'rYCilt0tlKY Huflda. nut later than January 1J file Nil. IIIIKIKSTATK : AKTEKIN In Ke KSTATK: Ole
STAR ADVOCATE'SCrossword 59.5784SOrlt'F Ml If you tall to, do *o, a Decreefro !: OF HIKMUT 01.0KGy WILLIAdecen.eil & IARYEY
Coiiftaao will b* entered agalnitnplalnt diceaaedNOTICE. .
: : 95 ft i rKKDFKAI
tI NATIONAL:- MOItf- you for. the relict demaoded In the or FINAL: IthPOHT: N4ICE 111 (.H I: IIIIOHn
BREGER I1AOE AH-toClATIO.N, .a curpor- ,'.. Thl suit.. li to furecloi aavurtgoge. AND APPLICATION! FOR All cr.illtnr of the ritut r
: MISTER I II It Puzzle alien orianlceil. and exiling under Th real property proeeoded DlSCHAltOE notified UrOKQUV1LLIAM\ HARVEY
an Act of ConRrr puraunnl to the axulnit la: All peraon tie hereby coaaed, are hereby notified eel i iquired
aeaM r 1 .1ir.I Nurul rrnu Kederal National I Mortgage< AMUIilpal lot J5 HliH.k E. LEEWOOD th..1. the undersigned Ancillary to file any claim or d I" i II, ,
I..llon Charter Act, having/ 110. trio.r ('Onl': T. Section Three. accordIng AdmlnlatratrU of sold enlatr bancompleted wl I.:h they eta Y have ataln-i, .
eve oft! In lli e City lit WaihlngIon. 'o the plat thereof on file the admlnlatratlon thereof v.tati. : In the office of theJu.lKe ,
aa ACROSS DOWN' 17.ExeIa In thin office uf the Ifrk uf Ihu and hoe filed In ...Id court her final
r IHntrlU of Colun Lila, of Urevard County. h't, r' ,
I 3 Circuit Court In and for llrevanlCounty. and application for ll.charge
1. Store 1. Genus of matron I'Ulntlff the courthouu at Tltmvlllf _
In i ,
NI Pint. Uouk U."air" If should be
I'lorlcla In thereto
v*. Objection any .
as.WITNESS filed After tiling proof publication
CAItltnll. l I'. SWIFT, Hit. k JAC- i duly the date of firm publication.r .
. t herbs the/agen deal ; :: hand and aral of I Ia showing thin notice has. i I"
1', lila, wife, my notice Each claim, or demand, ,, .
1 t e. To relln 2. neea' 22, Lonely iJI'KIINi: : II)Wit. and .ltd Court at Tltu.vllle. ltrevardCounty been. published onto a week for four "
VINCKNT J. I.iNiEMAMN: A b. In writing and moat itat, ..
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of Vember
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Florida thla U day the of
W'E! aQ.Yf qulal\ shelter 23, Place ton.ecutlv weeks, matter approval ,
t ? w Kl'K'A.NOK 10:. LINDKMA.hi: : ( 'n or re.ldpnc and pom voluntarily 3. Acroes 24, Chinese u 1 Sn1, wife 1M3.tl'RTIH of mid report and the orderInir ."Idr... of the claimant and 11I11 I
1 10. Trite .. By mean., dynasty ft'nilanu, H I1AHVESllrevard of attribution of .aid **tat* aworn to by the claimant, Mi ",IK<' ,,'
r 'ollrt before the court
( will
f'lerk or the Circuit come
12. YOllnl eels of 26.Ugly STATE OF KLOIIIDA County Florida. Connlance Aktekln or hi* attorney. or .It. will l b, ,", .
void according t 10 'law
U. River: a. Jewish old 11' TO: Carroll IT wlft.. Ifr.. A Ja"quo- ly: llcrtlo HallDeiiuly A* Ancillary AJmlnlslratrlx of L. Ucorge Harvey
Blberia. month woman yesterday'. Anewee line' 8wltt.. hi* wife, rfHlu,tca Clerk laid catat
15. Always 8. Cheat 21, Entreat You unknown hprrbv notified that .a Doe CCO"IITI.I 1J. 20. 21.: lacj Inn 3'FYI.) 1981 | First Publication On Dec, 27, 19)13.) Executor: of the Estate: ."r
are Voorhl Well
18. Swindles sound 25. A.helifish 33. Close to George William Harvey,
been filed and
milt nun aKiimm you P. O. Box 633:]
18. King.: 7. Awkwardly 29. Point on 38. Egyptian Vincent J. Llnikmnnn A Eleanor K: 'It have rental Orlando Florida deceasednrc.0.
abbr 5. Grau. atooth sun god I.mdHinunn. hi* wife, In th* abuvu you a. Ut>3, Jan 3, 10 (Fri' ,i ."I.
19. Card hopper.llke 30. 37. entitled .II.a and, that you are rcquired Attorney for AdministratrixDec
lams Hair
20. Perch insect Syrup on to file your .n.w.r tlr other housing list it in :37 19413 Jan 3. 10 17 (IFrli,) 1U61' ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, im y
prepared horl.'sU. .
renponalv, pleaillnn with the CI..rkor
: Yeltowllta, I 0. !l21n year with neck Ihlt Court andrve H copy The Star-Advocate! Remember pay your Paper Boy 25c each at the Star-Advocate

u to 11. Endures almonds 38. Taverns t hereof upon the. i'laialiff or i'laln-' ..

complexion 13. Fla.t.bot. 31. Cozy 41. Mandate

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44.Coins: Indla
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e Dear Ann Lande'' -: A certain mother every morning and we U.CltyNev.h: / I' Vh/ Nc r/'l 1 ALL 1 +
: young!! woman! who came to work .are all pick of the sight of her. U. Occident I I.i RIGHt

In this office i.hout a year;' ago! Tonight just as: we were sitting .1

: pretends to be a p. ..c'd lady. down to dinner the phone rang.It :. -. -- i I'

: When she takes dictation from was the neighbor asking my make her a project. sonal testimonial Strangely enough I'

the two top bosses she drapes a I mother to come over. Dad laid."rllllt' Well-meaning friends and re 1'xu had A great many (ct'

liiivc' dinner first." latives made me "a ptojcct" tens from women who would like
: sw,'atei 1 across her Lip to cover yuur
I will eat when husband passed away to trade !their friends for a >few
Is "Nu. my
her legs Such false: modesty Mom replied '

nougli to make me sick to my liter" And out she went. six: yean ago I was appalled like yours. The common complaint I

: stomach Whin: she got home at 11:00 when I learned that a close is that t nobody offe'U todo = -- 1

This sort of friend had telephoned at leasta a blown in' thing for the widow -
noticed dad was
: Several of us gull
that Friday she wears the thing has been going on for two dozen men, (two were married or the divorcee

: every arc hard but unhappily) and suggested bq'llip'q' lli l9ili l ( I'
: tame dress tit work that lie months) Mom says we /OH,OH, MR. v > HELL PEHAVI MS \ IiIII I; OHW'ELLILLJUSTGOODNIGHTMONTY

e wore (lie day befoic This has hCiirtcd Arc we? What do you they take me to dinner. Some of IN TIIK 4OUMI: oIIl.e. fit: ; ) > ABERNATHY < \ ABI3TIMEON J HAVE TO MAKE THE I''

; happened four Fildaya In a row say about this (HOUSE IN these men must surely have I lula1'S' AMI Hilt llltMAHII SEEYO'J' tATER, y > ISGOINGOUT < THETOWF'AND P I PEST OF IT.
< 01 M M. MOKID
DANGER thought I was a party to the IN ruoitvrK V FORTHE < HERE I AM,STUCK <
: It mean only one thing! -
: can Dear House: It is admirable to calls! IN KM: KHTATK: or t. EVENING. rJ C IN THE HOUSE. V / 0 o k
at home on
she dwMi't: sleep HOI'IIIK NUUWIHTII.! ilciemoilMIIKK ,
i Thursday nights. help a friend through trying When I moved out of town an ; ; III- HIIM PKIIIMIM; >i VCUA .y l s

the of attractive widower whom 1 hall UHl 'I. \I. III1I.. .\Kl.h Orp.KCUTOIt o o
that times, but not at expense
: Should known for asked me out.
everyone Is on to her and that one's own home. years Notice la hrreby !rlv.n thnt I
That he told me ho have JO.I.II my final return tie KxVLiitor : -
Your mother should now suggest evening: >-
off? I think it
the diets is the tip tlr hi he ci.Ult 0( Nttt'iliCNpI111'IItTH :
X would be an act of friendship professional counseling for wanted to date me after my ileitaMxl) that I havefllud

she finds ho husband died but so( many my poll lion fur dlntrlbutlon h3
: since she has become the .topic this woman before and fur final dim'hurgn, and that on Dos
needs it herself. of my friends tried to push him January lu. UNI I will apply to thoUnnoruble XZ YVM
of conversation 'riday
1 every VlIIOlL li COWKLINei; i YYF15I.
I into it that he lost intent. .
the coffee) break NEW County Judge of llrevmil' CountyKlorlilii .
Dear Ann Landers: I was We arc going to be married for approval nt ...101 final
: WRINKLE return lad fur ..n orili-r of
struck with the soundness of soon, and 1 know now if I had button anil for final dl. .h..rl. I UlCO.
a Dear M.aJljmOzoNtJw: I'd hateto l.xecut.ir of Inn Will of 11I1I1rl'1: f i CAN'T WAIT tc TRV HELLO PROFILE ) / SURE, MR. DARN ( IT

I TOn i4k.4'ft!,rjjKfcrKfiiiCTlrr, .wtro *.)nur advice in regard to attempting not moved out of the city, and NKUWIHTH. ilmtatca.Liei.pnib f I OUTTHISTRICKFLOWER CARETOSMELL A ABERNATHX BACKFIRED)'

is wearing tin dress today to! fix up a widow or a divot gotten away! from my well- r 0, 1UIU. Q V THAT SQUIRTS WATER, MY FLOWER?
; sang
i lends he never would Klut puUhtallon on Dcienibrr' odOYELTr
that she wore yesterday did not ce-e with a "likely prospect"You meaning : 100.1.: 'LSTOAB Cieo
e said, "a sure way to( finisha have: coiled me. GLAD I LEFT Nelll..n. N. Jonee. Kseeutornoes : 13'1' /
sleep at home last night. 13, :::11. ::7: IUd:!. .Il1n. a. (.'
woman off permanently is to Dear Glad: Thanks for the per 1001.
: Why don't you retract your Ill
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: claws? before '"'you' hurt somebody ''i l 1 \ I ILt.I Io Iz Iz


S Dear Ann Landers: I am a (( w 'iL.J

e teen-ager whi.; ::1ti+ writing about r fErI04(4a /
a an unusual problem There is -- -- --- -- -- / e lp ,
Ch. II Ptdvluw Winter ::JO eh :a Orlnillth ) tldd
: no trouble injOUK family, It'lithe Friday Olympic K Arrest and Trial 14 "

: probe ms-of: the family next :Ml,III II I; I IS ('b. 4 Newt, Sander Vunucur U:OO t'h.I: Ilonunia

door to us that have been wreck. 6.on Ch. 8 Newa hilllorlulB ; HjjorU. WimUtorb 1:00: Ch Ch.r, 6: e'licu Central. hey)'lurhUMhowcaa 111.00 Ct.r Ch. :II Judy Problems. .Uarluml ol the
:1 < Ch. U
: ing our home life, ::'II I'h. Y Newt, Huorli e'h. 6 Candid 1'rtiililcnty Cameral'h.
Ch. II Sea Hunt
The neighbor lady's husband( thus:! l'h.r: News, llunlley Wilier ,U Brinkleyuuklte' 1all; ('h. 1 Uouluniint II Money llurke
8 New.,
: ('h II Jackie e.loaion lILa: eh II Whole My lln1" I ,
has been' running around with ( .h. V New. Itnn l'lm., "
t'h.r: Nc-ws, Weatherh
('h. It hootenanny HIM: Kpurn. e'r
another woman, She has seen 6:41: i Ch l'h.I. I If Outdoor Kill-ill KiT\lie llullutln Uo..I'1l1oU 11:111:: ('II.r: Jury KlhuuCh. (' tt %'/c"'. Hurry lleau>iier .
: ('b. II To lie Announced l'
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over at our house lobbing to myFLORIDA ('h. 8 ,
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Ch 9 Kurrclie: fur Women, .
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TAMMY & THE DOCTOR'Technicolor 500; "h.r: nut lawn :Mdiir ('b. Hinr'l Storm
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', January 3, UN -- TltuivllU (Florid) Star.Advecit Pig J-B I 1

Bill Including Cross-Slate A LOVELIER YOU I I

Canal Funds Dy Mary Sue Miller I
Signed By PresidentPresident

Johnson signed die The President said "it Is my 0 THURS. FRI. SAT.
$14-billion public, works bill,
to treat the provisionsas
which includes tunds for the Flor. ITW
ida cross.state canal, December a request for information and TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Jl, under protest after consider. to direct that appropriate legislative -
ing its veto. committees be kept fully 1 P"WU. ,

One section of the bill, which informed" about Panama Canal ) 1050 W. KING ST., COCOA
bars the Panama Canal Co. from property. !In a memorandum to
disposing of any real property Secretary of the Army, Cyrus R.
( Rights
without first securing. approval of Vance, who oversees the Panama Quantity
appropriate congressional committees Canal Co., Johnson informed him
did not meet with the that he was not to regard the

President' approval in that, he provision as requiring committee 'o. t S
approval of specific transfer ol t ti'
felt, it Involved handing unconstitutional I
property.The 1' .," Ir' r
power to congressional 1v
groups. public works also provides: I S. GOVT. GRADED FLA or GA, GRADE 'A' WHOLE
Johnson's protest and thi eaten. construction funds for many flood '
ed veto resulted from lour U.S. control) navigation and reclamation "GOOD" BEEF 1 :'
nltotmvs having ruled that the ) projects of the Army Eng.InCcrs FRYERS ;
Constitution is violated by such and the reclamation bur
"delegation to congressional eau; operation) funds of the Atomic
committees of powers which reside Energy Commission TVA,
only in the Congress as a the Bonneville, Southwestern and '
whole, or an attempt to confer Southeastern Power Administration .
executive: powers on the commit ( and some river basin commissions '
siLzL29cF .
CLEAN SWEEP. A famous: dermatologist! says that were thl'rl'l
Lifesaving Technique no soap.and.wallr, he would 1 have to ln>cnt it. In the treatment of
l troubled skins, clean.ing is u'tidal. It U also a basic step In keepinga I i
good skin at peak I
Demonstration Jan. 8 But what \alic the ckanl'ivsi' rites if, thereafter, the skin Is exposed ) :
to soiled .osmitu' !tools! Grimy containers and applicators induce I .:
and spread blenmlios Moreover caked puffs! and sodden brushes LB. .
Mrs. Sue B. Young, Home will be from 10:00: a.m. to 12:00: cst.
blur make-up, like dust t on a mirror. And how the messiness dues! PIC N I
Demonstration Agent, and James noon at the Brevard County Agricultural reflect on feminine fastidiousness
Oxford, County Agricultural I J
T. Center 1125 West King So, girls let's! resolve t > 1"l't'p air equipment sparkling; Cleanups
Agent, urge all citizens to take Street, Cocoa. The other will be are easy mainl) MIDI, :. Alter every makeup, it'a a good habitto "
advantage of the program on ,the held at Satellite High School at wipe containers with! tisane. rinse oyeforow and mascara brushes in 9
lifesaving! techniques of mouth to- 2:45: p.m. tepid water; swab ait'uniln mascara rods( eyelash curler bows and :!
mouth resuscitation and external Ray Pettis, of the Agricultural lipstick brushes with null antiseptic; remove smudges! from lipstick! j79c ; :
heart massage Extension Service, University of cases LB. 2 9Ce
Two programs will be held on Florida, Gainesville, will be in ':.
Wednesday, January 8th. The first Once weekly, some tools require cleaning in depth. In this catc
Brevard County conduct these
gory are cosmetic sponges, powder puffs! and all brushes. Thorough
programs. Every citizen should be sudsing and airing turns! the trick. While the suds are In play, it it a ,
institute familiar with these lIfesaving. fine time to polish up containers. perfume bottles and( storage spaces', s
Legal techniques and professional peopic If by chance you are allergic to this bit of "cosmetic! .keeping\," '+ "
, and homeakers alike arc you might invest in a few disposable Items. Cotton balls and gauze
Slated At BJC urged .to attend one of the programs pads, for instance, make excellent stand.ins for powder puffs, lotion
!; applicators and cleaning cloths look' no upkeep!

The Erevard Junior College will LOVELIER HANDSDo
present the second annual Legal I. R. C. NEWS
January you have a hand problem" Send today for LOVELIt: \HANDS
Institute on Saturday
a booklet that covers every step in :i quest for hand beauty It tells
11 sponsored by the Brevard (Continued From Page 3)) how to keep the skin and l nails ',roomed; how to overcome weak nails, "FOLGERS"V' S, No. 1
hour. polish chips discolored knmkles prominent veins, wrinkles, how to
Bar Association, the daylong Institute per
use the nands with poised grace To obtain your copy write !Mary\ Sue K INSTANT \
the following
Miller\ in care ol this new ,
topics: "Florida's New Mechanics Senior Cltlttnt Welcome New ,
stamped envelope and 20 cents In coin. WHITEPOTATOES
Lien Law"" and Riparian Year --.- -- ? ;
Rights, Submerged Lands. and Tuesday evening, Mr. and
Bullhead Lines." Mrs. S. D. Detweiler of Pine
Presiding over the institute will Lane, and Mr and Mrs II P. Brevard Lumber CompanyREADYMIXEDINTRANSIT I COFFEE
be William C. Walker, presidentof Gibson of Jepson Street, were
the county bar association the guests of Mr and Mrs Orin CONCRETE 1
Tic fee for attending the Institute Wade of 513 Delespinc! Avenue 9 @ulllng: : Malarial o Lumber m Paint Hardware 1
is $4.00 per person. Individuals Mrs. Wade served refreshments WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSES 6-Oz.e
wishing to attend should and they all reminisced on the Let Us Give You An Estimate 7 9c
send their names and fees to Dr. past while they waited for the Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7-3831
Robert Humphrey in care of Brc- New Year to come in. Jar tk

vard Junior College, Cocoa, Food. Order) 10 IBS."LEAN
Tourist Club --- - ---- (Llmlti, On With" *S or Mar .
Florida ..- .. .- .
The Indian River City Tourist! "OLD GLORY"PORK
HAPPY Club held a covered dish dinner ; ;t f""' jiflmi .
Nc;>>w' ;.. .
at 6 p m New Year's Day at the
Civic Center !Mr\ and Mrs S. D. & BEANS

Saturday, January 4 Detweiler were hosts for the eve
Judith Sharpe run?. This dinner was followed by j (
Judy Miller the regular meeting of the Club.
Edwin Stamp Mr and Mrs. Orin Wade and N0. 300
Miss Grace Ritter, former ,
Rev D. I'. Burgess: 5c
bens, were welcomed back. The
Christy 1'l'o'torSunday
following introducedand CAN
January S guests were
welcomed Mrs Gertrude
Dr. P. P. Lichtenberger
Moomaw of Titusville and Mr (Limit: 5 with eS or Moro Food Order) "
Miss Mildred Greenwood
and Mrs. James Mann from
Mrs Sid Carraway
Michigan Mr. Mann Is a son of
MrS'... Frances Sisk Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mann of this -
Bonnie Jean Arnold .:community Mrs. Moomaw became ,, ,44 ,,.__. -4_ r vi
::* Morday, January 6
,j' a member at this meetingThe
Mrs J. J. Pamsh Jr. Club voted to change the ilfe ,
Mrs J M Price name from Indian River City 'N FRESH'FRESH a "' :

Lamar Gardner Tourist Club to Indian River 'J1t i, S .5 !
Sam llcndrix Sr Tourist and Social Club. Games M Mf.lirwn
Gene "Chip" Sturchio III followed the meeting and every your Home GROUND "SUGAR CURED" SMOKED
Mrs Robert: Linger one enjoyed themselves.

Citizens Bank can arrange an

I FHA ModernizationLoan BEEF i .

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so you can I"" B9c

39C i 'j

or moJamiz bathroom. your iitchtn I __

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old a bedroom la melll l Increasing LEAN "WESTERN .
family needs

add a Florida Room or porch "PICNIC STYLE" s "
l repair Ih.roof or tiding SPARE RIBS :

1 / PRICE INCLUDES add a garagt or carport PRK

TO SUBURBAN PROPANE or many other repairs


SUBURBANDytare 4 No need to "put off the things! you'd like to do
with your home because getting the fund
to make these improvements U I simple as A-B-C
at Citizens. Come in soon tell us your story LB. 2 9c rI
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CKADLINR: : 3 p.m. DAY) B'for. clcwe In. Inquire 1005 Main. I hereby wish to gif, notice thatI

i'jtllcntlnn For \V, ..I. I.. fr\\ Phone 2670904.3REDROOM MEXSLEE x 29. '59. Excellent will not be responsible for any ASSUME MORTGAGE. $500 down,
II I A.M. Sat. For Men. 1'.bllr.UonWANT condition. Can he seen at DixieTrailer no closing costs, fenced yard,
2 bath home for( bills incurred by persons other
Nice location. 267-3564 Park. Call 2673608. well, 3 bedroom 2 bath. 1 block
AD fcATEScent rent. -- than myself.
cast golf course, Phone 267-
Minimum II Char per word, fWc OFFICES FOR RENT 1055 8 x 30, bedroom, 261.3119. Dec. 13, 20, 27, Jan 1 (Fri.) 1934 1827!!:! 113 Dozier Ave., Titusville.
-- --- TRAILER[
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Willie K. Tallant. Jr.
and NEW SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2 tile
13 x 30 feet with cross petitions
ALL CLA HIFIF.D! ADI,* bath. Utilities furnished. J. W. MOONLANDMobile baths. Large living room, wallto

Except I'ArAHLB KmabllMhwl: IV ADVANCE Account, o! : Childre Builder-Realtor./ ISM: N. Real Estate wall carpets. Screened back OWNERS\

U. S. No.1, Titusville, 267-2141, Home Sales porch. Central air conditioning
and heating. Builtin range and 1
7 "liwlfnd Rule Availableon FOR RENT
Display ROOMS
KequBitTh U.S. 1 North of Overpass BUILDING LOT oven dishwasher, disposal. $750 We have beautiful full acre mobile
don\ move in. AM: 7-1928. I
8Iar-Aho'al. rrmrvfi the
.rl vII... of revl.'n l or rtjectlnj DOUBLE and private room. 267- Titusville TRAILER or t building; plot, 60-x home( lots size ItO x 440

iv, icJv.rllBem.int which It dtomi 7197. 4(1) ft., beautiful palms and oaks, for $20 DOWN and $?0 MONTH
ibjtrllonable and to change the near Lake Harney, Jl.ixio.( Easy LAKIN t
.Inuiricalton of any terms. !Mn.\ Wells 3494781. More In now Trailer Livingat
from that ordered to conform to conditioning sleeping room, private
Home Owners
Mobile I
the policy of thl. paper bath, $20 weekly. 2677923. --- -- - -- GORDON t Its best.CHRISTMAS.
Th. mar-Advocate will not hreipoaalbUt HOUSES 70* SALE
for more than one In- ROOM AND BO-ARD-:25: minutesto I

,'orract. for ln>crtion IIDY error nor In will.< erlln It heialI. ..- Cape. Phone 2674108. LIVE RENT MUST SELL! 3 bedroom. 2 bath, GREETINGS PARK

monU to a crt'.t.r. .tont than J.BdO) ) sci ft. living area. 1414 Oak
lie. coaL fJr the .pAr" ...pled by 2 to 3 --sfor;;'; rent. Prefer wo( FREEInvest F E E Terrace, Whispering Hills. Information At this happiest season of the year,
the Item In the advutlneinett.Btnlinesn men. 267-J19G 267-3747. 11 Miles West of Indian River
wish to extend to heartiest
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SLEEPING: ROOMS and efficiencies 3 BEDROOM: IMi bath corner lot I and warmest greetings! for the holiday Phone Orlando 275-1939
Office 8; Main Inr. St. 267- $20 down and season, and sincerest wishes
Dial AM 1.0,1.11) : for rent. 801 Orange payment across fron: Country Club. AM
Office !Hours SIM: to 1:30: 3400. a Wls pay only $20 monthly; and you 7-0564 or AM, 7-6513. i I for a prosperous Happy New Year.
I will, buy and possess your own --- -- ----- May we take this opportunity to
LARGE SLEEPING room for men. 01 Itlo.'.."...enw.t.SM.see w.si-- extra large full acre trailer lot. 2 BEDROOM I bath\ central heat I I thank YOU for YOUR past patron i Continued en Nut Page
Animals \ Private entrance. $12. 267-0968 Become your own landlord. and airconditioncd, on 1 acre lot. age and say we look forward to
------- -- --- -- "Daddy's worn out-wVH put thi .tuff away." Don't tear up rent receipts each 12500. Call Wessner realty serving you, Your friends and
ARC MALE Pekingese, small REASONABLE RATES day, month. More than 150 happy 267-7125. neighbors In the future.
breed, Sable tray good natured.llt.oonabIy week or month. Telephone 267- families now reside in our Beau. ---- ------ -
priced. Call 2G7-3050. 0413. Wanted tiful Trailer Community. Only a 3 BEDROOM I. bath and Va $800> Lakin & Gordon Realty BUILDERSWANTED
air For Sale Help : few lots left. Visit us and see down. Assume mortgage. Phone
2 MlNIATURETlilack 7 oodle for yourself the finest Mobile 2677343.
real estate Broker
TV Maid service. $23: Registered
AKC registered. Asking $100 but Home Park in all Florida.
make offer. 267-1193 weekly. 2327: S. Washington or REPOSSESSED SPINET piano due --- FURNISHED, 2 bedroom Hi 23 Main, AM 7.3025 Titusville
call 247-5407.: ) to transfer. Perfect condition. -WANTED-IMMEDIATELY woman CHRISTMAS PARK baths, screened porch, fenced "FOREST HILLSESTATES"

POODLE CLIPPING and groom. Take up small monthly pay for child care and light Route 50 Christmas, Florida back yard. SCO Gray Ave., AM
ing. Call 267-3102 for appoint. LOW men.rates 103., c>Call an rooms 267.6185 for or work 267- ments. 'i ti; housework. Prefer live In. See Phone Orlando 275-1727 7-5667. Low down payment. Immediate 3 BEDROOM: 1% bath. $300 down,,

ment. 3902. KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Mrs. Giles after 5:30: p.m. week Direction 12 miles west of occupancy. $30 a month. Call Wessner Real ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT
HORSES FOR RENT $230: ( per hr. 2126- W. Tropic- -2676385SOUP'S days, anytime weekends. 3379 U.S. No. 1 & Titusville:SO. 1 NICE 3 bedroom, 2 bath home ty. 267-7125. $3000 Per LoU!
Elder St.,
''Beautiful riding trails hones ON, the rug that isao -- double carporte, screened porchon 4 ROOM CEMENT block house, CHAS. JANNARONE

hoarded $25 up per month. Mn.\ STORE, 2470 Sl T. ft., Ideal for hard- clean the spot with Blue Lustre. !\ ERS beautiful !Mendel\ Lane. Movein extra! lot available. Phone 267. Titusville Shopping Center
Wells, 349-4781. ware. Air conditioning and heat. Rent electric Shampooer $1. Need extra money to meet those today. Mr. Evani. 267-3267. AM 73441IT

DOODLE CLIPPING -$8.-Beautiful On Garden St. Plenty of parking.AM O'Flanagan Furniture 307 S. Christmas bills/ ? You may work Priced to sell. 2470. --.-

'91.* In. white toy-rain stud fee I 72326. Washington.A ten to thirty hours or more a GRAND OPENING SEE THIS spacious 4 bedroom t BEDROOM, 2 bath, new, lowdown --- -
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'$75. Mrs. Wells 349-4781. STORE SPACE 20 by 60 ft. In Magnolia HAPPY NEW YEAR week usual canvassing in a prestige Good business personal-no home at 409 Hibiscus In Forest ( payment. Nicest section in
--- WILL be find out SALEAUTHORIZED Hills. Featuring central heat and i Titusville. Forest Hills. 267-3564
PUza. $125 month. Rentor yours once you
ity and 25 60.
appearance age STANDS
Building & Const. air. 2 bathrooms. lovely paneled --- -- ---
lease. AM 7-1928. how much It is to show and how
School church scout 4 II work
easy it Is to enjoy a fine Income or SKYLINE family room, dining room, nice 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, carporte, on
For local Interview write
helpful. oversized utility a large lot. 2670316. tOR
patio room nice
VIDY CONSTRUCTIONresident. For Sale with Avon's products. Full or DEALER
fully to Personnel Manager, Box I
sized lot. See :Mr. Evans
over or
time NOW. Write
ial, commercial and remodeling part
131, Eau Gallie. .. 50 10 2 Br. call 267-3267. This will not last. LOTS FOK," SALE
12 years in Titusvillp. Licensed STEREO. ADMIRAL: console, Avon Manager, P. O. Box 1408, --- ------ x $3,885 INTEGRITYe
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and bonded. Phone AM 72326. fruitwood white Eau Gallic, Florida or call 234- HELP WANTED
finish. one pole MALE 3 AND 4 bedroom homes Forest
7840 after p.m. I A size & price for every pocket I 25 LOTS, Port St. John. Coon 105
lamp. 2673140.: Hills and other desirable location -
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Child Care f SEWING ]MACHINE, portable, CHRISTMAS LAY.A.WAY, Never APPLIANCE SALESMAN: full service. Trades considered. 267.3267 I ida.
time employment. Apply at W. T.
electric excellent. $35. Phone Picked Up. 64 Model Swing
GARDENDALE, 3 bedroom, 2
Grant Co., Pirtlc Plaza.
CHILD CARE In my home day or 2673139. Needle Dial-O-Matic. Makes. A square deal at all times bath, central heat and air, land :>VER!: Vt acre lot. 150) foot road
-- Stitches, Makes But.on.holes :
Fancy "BRANCH REPRESENTATIVE"Career scaped. Available February 1st. Mims.
week. 267-5777. frontage. $1500 cash. 2G7-
1 SET used metal bunk beds with Sews On Buttons, Monograms for Long Term Bank Financing 2676477.
wELL cMldren"and mattresses $49.50, 1 used dresser Embroiders Darns, opportunity( aggressive 1310.
CARE for do school graduate ----
young : Free &
$24.50. Used refrigerators $2000 Patches Etc. 'ost $129, Now 4 Delivery Setup THREE BEDROOM: home on 3/4 /
ironing in my home.( Day or I in our Cocoa office. Good salary APPROXIMATELY 1 acre lot in
up, Used TV$25.00 up. AM 7-3565. Payments of $9.00 Left on Ac fenced lot. Near Rlvcrview
flight. 2674118. -- -- car allowance, ;Z; day week. Pub MARTIN'S MOBILE acre. Whispering Hills area. $3500. Call
VOLKSW AGO BUS 1958, good count. AM 75530. lic Loan Corporation. :515 Bre- HOME SALES ome! property. 18.500 .Phone' Wessner Realty, 2677125.EXCELLENT.
by hour day cr Schools and U.S. No.( 1 Ideal in- ---- -
week indian River Height! condition. Best offer will take It. PINK GRAPEFRUIT. $1.25 bushel. vard Ave., Cocoa. Phone 267- 1224 N. U.S. 1 N. of Overpass Am 75875. --
2671895.: Bring containers. 411 S. Park. 7950 or NE 6-75TL Titusville 267-3081 Is
AM\ 7-5763.: This/ the official seal of the
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NAVEL ORANGES-$4.25 a bush- 3 AND 4 becroom homes Forest National Association, of Real
.For, Rent el.' Sweet pink grapefruit-$1.00 i BRAND NEW overstocked. Must WANTEDRealEstate Hills and other desirable locations Estate Boards. Only members
up. End of Garden St. and South sell 7 piece living room suites. TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT 3287 Trades considered. 2S7- of the Association may' displaythis
Lake. 2673268ICITCIIENAIDE $$119.77 complete rooms, $248.50, Salesman TRAILER SPACES 3 BEDROOMS 1 BATH seal. And only those who

FOR RENT -- PORTABLE"dlsiv no money down, easy terms. Call Apply in Person Large lots. Reasonable rent. 2 BFDROOM house. dinin room 1410 OAK TERRACE display this seal may call themselves .
267-5735. Open Sunday, 10-6 and Downtown
garage. Washing.
washer. Like Good if Good
new, buy transportation to Care Rtalfors.
ton Avenue. Suitable for small
Floor Sanders. Polishers you want the very best. Make offer IIALLICRAFTERS SHORT wave Sydney Schwartz FRIENDLY SHORES business and home combination $400.00 DOWN
Phone AM[ 7-3235 2677758.ICELVINATOR.: radios. George's Electronics, REALTOR U.S. No. 1, City Limits, Edgewater. Financing available 2672311. George M. Barley, Jr.,
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FACTORY PAINT OUTLET : 30" range white your authorized distributor, 1412 1141 Hopkins LOT 100 x 220, Christmas Park. QUALIFIED BUYER
Hopkins Ave.. 267-4631 &
:,:Daldwln Shopping Center porcelain, good condition. $40. Phone Orlando, 275-1939.! Children MOVE RIGHT IN Bryan-Conway
2673159. FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine --- --- welcome. 11 miles West on Road Winstead, Inc.

furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. YOUNG MAN with sales experl. :50. FIND ONE LIKE IT 9 J. W. Childre RealtorS
-APARTMENTS /FOE RENT GIBSON GUITAR. double cutaway 7 piece dinette all only $13.85per ence to manage fruit shippingand --- ---- -- -------- 94.00 MONTH
I double leather curio Phone 267.0413 TRAILERS FOR RENT per
shop. Confortl
pick-up, RealtyDanenburg's
iROOMfurnished.: downtown month. Decor Furniture, 206 AND I'LL BUY IT!
I case, fender amplifier 2-10 inch N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River for appointment. I ;:;; INCLUDES ALL I Beach
hwation. 311 Julia 267-2103. speakers, equipment like new --- -- ------- SMALL: TRAILER, all modern,
City. Phone 2677813.Help $90 45 HOUR. :Men 21-45. Pass out Titusville/ 86 x 120 beautiful
ideal for Call
267-7676 after 4:30: p.m. I couple or 1 person. PIIINCIPALINTEREST Realty
REVERSE1 CYCI.E heating.: One -- -- .. free gifts, take orders. Car and 2674607. wooded Lot Paved Streets,
bedroom, living room kitchen KENMORE AUTOMATIC: washer, Wanted I phone needed. Protected tcrriHeach. -- Sidewalks. New 3 Bedroom, 2 0 Duffy's Real Estate
ette. Apply Florida Theatre.APAftT51E7S I 12 Ib capacity. First $30 takes It. 252-5284.' 7-9 only or write '63, SO x 0,2 bedroom:Adults only. bath home. Central heat and TAXES
See at 1039 Alford St. Lake view tory. Call Mr. Silver at DaytonaBox $1 liO monthly ($110 for steady occupancy Realty
\ AND tr llera. Hills. WANTED, SEMI retired couple to BF. ). Apply 132 Anna Drive air, Dishwasher $14,390. Liberal INSURANCECall Ed KittIes Agency
Weekly, monthly rates. Adults manacp small motel. Apply Box I (Old Dixie) Terms. Will consider paid

oily.) 504 Garden. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR ht t OB. Star Advocate, state full Lost i -- -- ---- for house trailer in trade. Titus. I L. B. Newman, Realtor

BEDROOM! unfurnished clan running condition, $50. Call particulars. _____ __ I Personal ville 2672834. Robert M. Evans, I 267-1932 9 to 3
2 apart- Schwartz
267-4173. WHITE TOY Pooeile'Sherry"vicinity I
Builder, owner. 267-5126 after 3:30: I
rn ent. Phone 2672533. KITCHEN HELP. Rlverview Rest-
-- -- --- --- -- behind
Magnolia Plaza.
It!. N. Weir &
Son Inc.
IONEY, with all the secretarial
BABY CRIB and mattress $15. aurant. Apply in
FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS\ !: close person. Reward. Phone 267-5891. .
Bassinet with liner, $8. 2Q7-31J8 - -- positions now open and with those --
In, efficien&tcr.i I weekly, monthlyrates -
air conditioned.. 417 Julia after t p.m.GUiTARS FEMALiH'iLiWANTED Mobile Homes that will be opening everyday ----

Street j" ukuleles, band;.- -Instruments. : WANTED GIRL Friday to handle TRAILERS FOR SALE from at now HoweU's on. why Business don't you College enroll ,- Local & Long Distance Movers

DUPLEX FOR HINT auto titles contracts and In I for complete secretarial training This StandsFor
LESSONS on all Instruments. voices. Must be experienced. 1Ic.I \ '59 WIIITLEY, 36 x 8, 1 bedroom I ? I did. Their new term begins -
2 BEDROOM completely alrcon- KIRK SCHOOL( OF MUSIC I Cotter Motors 267-2112 trailer. Very good condition. I January 8, 1964 and I am
clitioned carporte, utility room. 2126 W, Tropic 2676385 ; Moving Packing
: Priced to sell. 267 6952.: ,I registered. Call 267-1161. QualityThis EESx !)
Phone Z677151.j FULL OR part time positions in -
STEEL YOUTH bed and spring. Good I I *
your community. personal StoragfijggJEIJSv
Plumbing Supply
TITUSVILLE NEW 'It bedroom Call 267-1329 ity and appearance, age 25-60. TINT TRAILEI TOWN I .. Shipping)
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central air.
apartment .
Ready to accept position immediately '
conditioning and' heat. Vacant. if selected For local interview I II ftIII SEPTIC TANKSof FREE ESTIMATES 2W-3341\

207-2370. : write fully to Personnel 1 ezrA' aaoinutu pre-cast concrete, steel-rein LOCAL AGENT __

NEW- I bedroom apajrtment unfurnished FURNITURE I Manager Box 151, Eau Gallic. I I rsUOOML7S. forced state-approved, sizes 540 BREVARD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD
I : : gals., 630 gals., 735 gals., and 1000
a IrconlilfO( 1 I'd. After 5.I tol III .
girl Fransen's gals. Grease traps installed. tanks 1600 N. U S. No. 1 CRATING
2670391. 3 of fine furniture-
rooms Drive '
on U. S. 1. No phone'calls
SIT Vp.4R.e.rsl pumped and cleaned( drain fields PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE
8 piece )bedroom suit, 7 please. .... ...-. rcliid. Work guaranteed. Pittman
UERIUTT ISLAND new 2 bedroomS I piece living and SN ..... ..... -.e P." Septic Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 7- I --
duplex apartment. Central room group ...... a leuSsiBupaZWeW v"* P. O. Box 2016, Titusville,
heat and air-conditioning. Vacant. 5 piece dinette All for I I .. v... cu.I u Florida.
267-2570. Illllifit _ _ is the official Seal ol
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I 1,454 the national Association of "Best Home ValuesI
HOUSES FOR, RENT W. i L. COODEN Nan iI N. -- -17.I .
t $$13.85 Ph. AM 7.228 'I New Sneyvas I..dl Home Builders. Only mem-

BEDROOM house, furnished, $25 uoaa a.a 144M bers of the National Association
per> week, JSO per' Month. 267- Per Mo. 1IlIi: 1280 between 8 a.m.-8p.m. Adults
only.. DECORFURNITURE ----- are allowed to display

this seal:

bath, large fenced yard. $90 plus OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE Alexander Construction Edgewater Acre Homes
utilities. 267-1S45, Mrs. Cabclla Indian River City
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Those 267-7613
2 BEDROOM house, convenient to 10 CHOICE NEW MODELS
grocery( church, school. After :5. 206 N. Magnolia Ave. I HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing Broyhill Development

207-0391. 2 and 3 bedrooms 1 and Itt ceramic tile baths Westinghouse -
Chlldre Homes Inc.
: kitchens Furred and plastered walls Crane Fixtures

& Carter Inc. treated construction Terrazzo Awning
Cowart Pre.termite > floors
Kids Walk to School! windows Sodded lawns Carport and paved drive
I LARGE 73 x I: 110' LARGE POOL "I Cozart Const. Company ways. Your choice of color selections during construction.

Fisher Construction Co.
Futch Construction Co.

[ WATER [. Etc. John Beach Down Payment Low Monthly PaymentsNo

,- Moms Love the Kitchens! Closing Costs Terms You Can Afford

Louis! & Brown, Inc.

$95 $30 MONTHLYTO Northwood Builders, Inc. 2 homes In Mission City on large wooded lots, with all of the
r\\K/itu* cyr,_ Penzlner Bros. above mentioned features $9,500 and $10.200.

: Dads Relax in Comfort! I Robert Evans
REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on FIDELITY
:: U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more I Ronald Moretto
HUNTERPARK mile to our entrance on right. For free informationcall 'SGe1RANSERpAvoJvlGNr I' Tiffany Builders, Inc.

-, 267- 86. Justice Homes, Inc. NAT BROWN OWNER BUILDERPhone

: PRICED FROM P4AI4,1, 02'18i James Trimble

HOMESiN $16,200 FHA DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! I William Everman GA I 8351:

BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES i ,tg1 lli Wingate Homes 11$ N. Ridgewood, Edgewater. Fla. Professional Bldg.



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Cars ltl\U
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Scrap Iron & Metals COINS WANTED ..OK III \ rMIKIIIt I IN ('H 'M( fH\ ... "\N\. r Itt111.. l)00. II 1Norur". :no 1\ItJJ.\ Jail. 5 (Fri.) .tema. mj lOom. appllanoenfltu .
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Magnolia Motor Co. :BUYING AND selling coins since : : lIP5% IT If'k. TOl'I'f: I It \VHI.PkUINU IIMOIITl INC which n"'" art'ty. may hereafter
International Harvester Trucks 1940 assures you of a square dealat HFNNFTII U. JOrtTONt 111l.tHIIC \1IOBOaTTON 1 : TO MI-IM KIIOI.nrHNNatlie : pertain) to, 01 hn ia. .d. with. In.
KING IRON & METALS all times We carry a complete 1'lal..Uft.. rtDI-KAl AMMO MALflENCOIRI'OIIATION..va. It hereby given that lbs or nn ml.. It p'', m'M"' "". vcn th.,, igri
Scout 4-Wheel Drive CAN: AII1IIlK'IATI.N. a elockholilere they l ho' 'ten. le' habileWITNISS ,
ANI> annul, meeting of Ihe f "'
stock of coin supplies at reducedprices. .VI* nn,I Tllr: IIANOVMt: CAt 1TAI. ..11 the : ,h'I", ,nl anl:,; the seal:
Iron Steel Metals l.lt.1 mate eorpor.Uon. .,t (.tu..'... Hank will 1 ha h at 'm :
Buying Sales Parts Service You will be satisfied all R\'F.I.YS lOSTliV( .. I'\al\ tltlft.v. t'OKI'IIIIATHM: Dr-ftn. ,luntMint ,. ,odfil-. ..f the Bunk at SIll HoiilhIllveralde of ia.ll <''",:irt tat, 'r"UJlvllh'" Fi.ri'Ia. .

when you buy or sell at PrftnlantTO Drive. Tlluavllle. Florl laTiiMday Ibis li .Uv ,W \I i.i. inhcr. Alt JJO.I.!
1605\ W. Canal Rt 40 ways
Cocoa Florida PVhI.YN rosTOV PI'F.ST..9: ant PVTRlftAMt.NTk.ii Court' heal) _
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Miles South On U.S. No 1 New Smyrna Beach Philip and who.re.llPncs. afIre illllgi-nt : : hi. wife; Till: IMTrl: : TO: TillHA: \o\l-K: t'AI'ITAI. l I'.M. for the election ot a Hoard of CI'Krid' It llARvm: Clerk 'of
4 4284761Wanted 1023 Ridgewood March mil Inquiry. l I. in- tfATKH <">' AMKKKA; nnlJAMhM Itlltl'tlKATIONa Itrectura In lyrIc for the enaulngueaa the Circuit ( "uttRy ,
Florida Rt No. UMtrY: MAlttC and Kertli. HullUnfitly \
Hill, on known New YorkCnip, ration aa'l fur the .a".ltcllon of any
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CL3.2794 Member II H. C. C. You .n hereby notIfieS that a .KtlTIIIr K.: :II A l'('K. turn wileit 9.1 l r:n.t 4.n.I KtreelNew othor that may properly ClerkIVc
Services ':"omplilnt for Divorce bM bosh ala Yirk 17 New York coma tir-fcre the mnetlng Ii). :27! ltI.J.l: Jtn ;J, 10 ,Fri.; 1M4IN

To Buy tilI .....lft.I you In the Court Ii.tedabove Drfenlanle, Tot, AUK IIMtrllY: NUTIFirn Ham H. (Ionia.
Work Wanted and the .bl>rpvllll..d. l title ot T<': JAMH: nrwi-Y MAICKlltoeld that a OMiUlnl' 10 recluao a Me I I'r..ltl..nl Cannier

| ANY KIND of sewing and alterations the cum. li al W forth miulret her.lngbie) to ...rv.. ,.n-e I,''nknuwnlHOIKlTllV'r n ht ritjiKn' ngalnm the t..llnwl" lei OKI 3D 11H3 Jin, 3. II. N. 10 anil 13 rOK.TUT llHr': fIKfnirf'ini:\ \HI> ( lit t'ItT 1t'LUK.INNII.*
Auto and you ere hrrrby 'rlli.'.I ''lly In lln\url. 1 County I Wed. .'rl.) 1914IN .
Elsie Chaudoin 2C7- SEtS AUTOMOBILES, City INTERESTED IN contract to clean II copy or your Aiuwer or I'lea.Hi"iclo :. MAICK hi. i'I"rhla.| rip t,. wIt I Mm. IlliIN

4193, Mima area. Parts. AM 73686.NVELOPES homes. 2677073 I the Con' plaint m the rialnlltte, wife : l 4 It\'tlk\':
W,lkir 1kh'uarsxii All of the riititheatt CJuarter Nit. 111".\
altorr..y.'la.I". Pepper 111..ItI.Il'nknown) Illr: 4 IK4M If I Hit KT IN .%NI) .
Business Sizes 1 Byrl Mm*. Cocoa an.1IIII'h toE "lot hettlo, u. TiwaahlpM .. Nuru: <>) M irVMjaLLY
reliable and : HIS rIOH
| PAINTING. expert, IlllrHH ( otNlt.
,-'Iorlot.,. an.1 I fob" Ik. orlc".1 l AnnwnrM nnl all unknown (>4'.on.. : : tlnilh. KanKe M r:n.1 Unvnrl "- : N. L'Aysltl'p I
satisfying work. Estimates gladly Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp !' HT lit'! Til i.rlli. I III SI
1TJIt; : flllC I IT lletllnt, In Ike office of the piorlico antI "I-Cititdnta wixo nail, county. I t'lalotirttIlT
AM 7-0776 for mailing full stock at Star NIMH HI'UI"' S K5( ir ,esi-. Clerk of tinut Court on or before (iv. thrikBh .. riirliullo, t Hi,. l.tH: ..n,1,t I I'"l'tp'r: : the tIItw' I I .9\0.(;II Nil t'u'FltY. *1I.<::11. n. .
Advocate Office. &JtiaaIt, I I"" .\ 'lb IUK the 13ih any ot January. 1WU aft r.sailJASIKI4 I II Ing therefrom. .. : ..flltiuvllle Tltfe IIII4INX KAVINO8 BASK a : JO CAM-1: 'P
nt'T'I'IOl\"o.K\: 1kcrPro 1. Lai la deednl to Ihe Oily
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If you fill lo do o. a I nrwFi: MAICK aniiHHtOfHV ..ilwttrlln, I In !><-,'U 1"-" iirB rall, TAYLOR'SAUTO ------ -- --- 4... Nv 11urIC :\'" CanfeMO will, l>" Inkin natniit you MAICk hi. wife : New York TUB STATE OP P'l.nftthA1'I. '
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c..r.1. lire I Iliok 611. the lowe' :
'UltIHI' in
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for the rcllnf I whether, aa ..p<.tinea. b..lra. dt>vl .ia, 12 M. nf the public rei' inU ..fIlirvart l'I litlntltfva ': MARY\ .JI) Itbill':
UPHOLSTERY i I'I-.1 IT ION ton ADOITIDN\.nl'IIt.,i OF 111.tintUiurt. itnntrea. ,n.8IMn'e.. Hi,'nora. ere.I It Co hilt)'. I".rltl... C,/i) Vri. ):.lltli :lI<-Wlillam.Unul. .

PETITION FisH. WUKlirr anl KiM; FraIl l "ra. (run:.... or iitherwlac. a. tn .. The. !ta.1 uu feet nr, the Rr:.,. AUTlll r'. IDUItrFV, : unmarrlel" Nn JMAItUTTA.
Complete; line of auto lAlltAMAUIl: : (T ItTIII H riAHNFSItrk "I\'h ml ill uf whom reiMei.e l lui II I a!. llegln on the N line. if ihvtill 81 ". 0 ):iILOIA
; ilvMNBVK1U: J! HT. Minor.TO CourtSly .. her,' notified that a
( uf Circuit kn"wn. Mr: ,, at a pulnt, (iitil.'et I W Pefendant.NOTK You urt ly
tops and seat covers. q116cF : TIMOTHY : I nrtle Hull Mil,, if Ihe Nh corner i:f a..ltl:I ", MItlon r: or HI II ivlt. lana hei-a filed against yoy In!
..hl.nce'nknown Clerk TIIR' liT A n: OK t FIOKIDA tla' altuva inlltl, 01'''.'' ind that,
Theme the N
It pays to see Taylor" 'TCIU are hereby notified that"bnve. rc 13 .1)), "I'lSUJ, Jan. 1 (Frl.) I'M! rnih'lien an nnl,)

  • S. 267.1170 prlltlon bern eIIrI In tbe I ini ... I 1 t......." Itgrawi. v.h,>... real ur Anuwer with lie 'I.rk af thII
    1027 Hopkins couA L.. MLRPllKi.1 I all ufh..m re.ltl.! "" la un theme run uarnllrl with
    .Iyl.iI by HOY" ..I 'T .t 11,11:11I : .. : 1152 Ui.I': : la Uaknownand Court .nd t.tnrrv. .' a e.its lber.of
    of I' 1'lIt: s ,wn. havllur' ur claiming, tn have linn if I 'u etitll :I t ovoie
    : :. Jr for trt Inpllnn KIM ( HI'. IN \M I'IIK lr\ \KI l..n'l' right, I lithe or 'lutereat In ir to them run H iiaralk. I ,,'lta thiN ,aili led all unknown ..pon| the Blalntirf or prainllffa' ati
    dc LAIKA: MAKlb: UKIQIIT "ed! \. l' line of sail I .. !Did t..1. partIes and D.*(end. lvrie>y. whuM name, aid .address I.,
    |MIAMI HERALD, for home ChevroletBTTllEVEOLET tht ( Ut'I'.I"KIU I f..Tl..wing I ootwrlhed |ir Minor. by
    :LA1NKKiaHr. CAKI. II.l t\\ANSUV- II' Nirth
    . thriighun.lei
    r i'SilliTK: NO. .'h la Ih,' aubjeit matt ''f lhinbi > thence run N |arallel with th,' Iota. who dabs by
    livery, dally and Sunday, Phone! petitioner and you are required to IN Itt:: i'.tate: ot "..aiyli',1 e.u.1...: \\. line of i all W .cllnn. H7J fit. or .,aln.t hisnttre' lanilc A,'en,le. Cocua lleaoh, 51cr'
    erve a copy of your tniwrr or obpHtfctlun AXWtI.: .&. KtNS.TtI: : SMITH I l.et M. I luk:J If:LWO01rtiltfHT > m, re or Iota', la the i'd I u 'fie. awld, IIM: .HN U'. 1 1':1..1.1"! formirly lila. nut Icier then Jinuary JO. A O1VM .
    AM 76151. je-LlonJ I oBhOWCtU"e why iai,1 I>t.c.ai.*!.I INOTM I : > -: 'Tr'N:' J, acronlInic ginning, HO feet W of ;lbs k I line: Helm. din-en. whether .
    I Bhould not he gram"1, on I: HI- till IN 01 I'. IIIIONt t.> the 1'1..1 I thereof a. re if mil. t. .....lInn. aa .........). bilra. devla,'eaatrantrea If you full In do in decree fro
    Reosirs used ami Iho attorney for prtItI.nri. JomriIt. tIP'psA 4 tlt-Mln at the M\V earner nf Ihir aralaneoa, lien >rauiaitll.ri coMfoian. will .be onl. ..1 I agilnit. you
    ALL .- Avrnivtau Kit I 1'1'\1. 1..tll\Hht; i..rd.. I In Pint II'wk Id. age .
    auto welding and Rrynnlile. 1710 Highland :: I 'IKIVTO I I"mi,. if the Public Record. ...fUro'vur.II'"nty. .. : '. it Heiilon 0. 'rown."II'| trualrea. or nlherwla furthe relief demand In the cam
    new parts, Ualll 10.101.. and lie th POVCr:HNNoll I Florllii(, tgvtit'rwith Mouth llnnge IK rut:. Ih" n.*. *. aa lo each soil I all of pl.lnt.
    diesel repair Herndon Garage. I original In the office of the ('I..rk l AI.I. WHOM IT MAY ulu t I have' ih' roll,)A Ing, : run N O' 7' .U k all ng th. \> whont rraltlvnoe. I. unknown. Th nature of .attl soIl being buy

    Scottsmoor, Florida I Carl Taylor of the Circuit Court on or before 'e IH hereby glvrn lleturna I tllliy\ Water Iliatcr Ma,1 I. MOHir I line of I Ihe ftr*. '.. uf ...101 I M"','lIno n and vaxU ail, all unknownuMfavna Dvor e.
    I f lr.l nl1ll I Final .a .
    filed ha ml anti the '111
    my ant Hvfenlant \VITsrns
    January 21 1U64! 9, J4.III1H I feet to an Inn pl| < al partla my
    T2WI 4th rial
    manager 2672683.SEWING Herein Fall Not or a decree pro Executrix of the 1'al..l.: of MAX Hoi Fxhauat Ian the NW cirner, nf the HP :'u tf *. a. 10 each anl all ef .f Ib* tall, Court at Illuavllla. lira
    con( ,.<> will I 1 be *(11! afalnet youMTNFfS WLLI! KtNNIITUIITII.: : d'cenrri. l ; Nutone. over nil Dei'II, ,n II: Ihen i'ru 5 It NIP whom. realdinca la unknown viirl, County. hlnrlla, this IS day uf
    \ r"n han I sod 'oral nt and that I have filed I my liUlln :Btoi> )u'rlna'a'iIiionio I-imtlre, Wall HeaUr 4r>. K 211 I fet. aluug Ihv N llnxf liavlug, or claiming I It. have. 1J'c.mh..r., A.1) in: ;aI .

    MACHINE laid 1 oourt In Tlluxvlllc. .I-'iurblii, thli for Final DlhihniH': a",1, that I will Mod.I BO n $ mt7
    Repairs STINGRAY' Coupe $$4395 24 lay of December 1U61 atiuly, to I hr Iliinriblo Virgil II Two '2)- Mirkfl o-r. llvth Heat. a lolnt; I Ihrfle run H :Ui f..elnl ur Ytorl taa property heroin dea Clerk Clr.illt ('earl
    Nccchl Court (1..1)Curlh ) tonkllnf. County Judge of llrevar.1 Mnd 241 ng the XV line nt |Ilrnl"'Iy d..- trlbiwlYau : Sly Mertle Hill
    Singer 4 speed transmission. R llarnoe County Flulln nn January 31. IJM\ Clh:. llulll.In Range Mod. H'iOf : irllwd In Deed. llook r.:.. page.. las: an fcarrby notlflid that a milhui |ie|>utir Clerk
    White Morse 340 liP engine, Posltraction A. Clerk of the laid Circuit fir approval of I he .onr.n,I for final a lilt. dtr IT (M, HIInoluilng In a pulnt; Ihinte r,in It m. 4j 'haan tlltUI aaaJmt you an,1 I IAllTtllrit I I Court( |u>alIiei >
    Radio Heater Court ,lUclmrie .a. luxaoutrlx of lie r:.tal.l the bullllng anti apuvelhir Kon: parallel 11 the N line. III .the 1<'._ Illlltl-' :-KM---. unmnrrleiland ; ; 21' a. 111. J.... n. 10 (Prl ) 1M4

    Any Make Guaranteed Service BY: Ilertlo Hall I"f MAXWELL Kk.NNfTII!: HMITII: rllanci.a located th'r....&. anl, illli of aall Hiitlon, t. 471 f.'at ; I' HIM HlliT VAlltiNAJIIAMK ;
    1 PHONE 267.3139'ORTU Deputy Clerk I 'I.08..d. port' with' thi furniture. turn t,) a point;: then.e run H Al tlUut..1 ) (. *-' MIAMI a n.llon.1 If I f have real estateto
    62 CHEVROLET Dcc 27 1903 Jan. 3, 10, 17 (P'rlj 1M r Dated Dacembnr. 81 1!XIjr Ivhlnga, and flxturra alluata I to a I.nlnl: thence run, H 1 ilLIllilnif' <<'orl.or..tou. .. I01f'nI.ails you

    Impala-4 Door Hardtop $$2395 IC, I'rin'tro .Juaa 'arl..r I Ibrnln and. lo,.ated I thereonVll 6* 40 W 313.:jti feet. to a point: In the above entitled i.auteit sell if are
    BREVARD AWNING \8 PcwerglideTransmission I..:(1 \I. NUTMk. EXIICITklX: < mirsTATt: .: ANt I-ACII: (Uf YOU are thence. run H 4* HI t: .Gun. feet ,,01 I that you are h"n by requlrid or you
    Sealed blda will b. reunlved by OF lUX WELL KINMrilDMITH : : : hereby ...mh..1 l that a c,,mplnlnlhait I1 a p unt; thence run .H I' lu file youjr a law,'r with th* Clirk real
    ERVICES home and trailer Power Steering, the DIlu.Vfilo-CUcO, Alrp4irl" A.ilhorlty UuaeaiwlJl l hon fuel by the abova-nani. ..I tit K! 4MIM: 1 fe,-t lo II p"i'iI lOt I Ibis Court aol, tn nerve arty looking for choice

    carportes, screened Power Brake Radio Heater !/ up to & P.M.. January. IS, IW! >4. 'HTK.I':. MulAKrY: TItAVIItH1Y : Ililnllff" nil .Inel you and eai h of lhcti,.. run A 4' 19 HI I II 4IU.: Hf t thereof. spin the t I'liilnllff. or lain.
    awnings, at P. O. llox 1021: Tltuavlllo. rior 'I'ravraAttorney. the ,.et to n point In ISo 8 line .f I lift. att. rm'y, whone name anluUrau estate use our classified -
    VXalur : l f"i.eIm' n on
    (I.> r >
    ,50ractl. ,
    Florida : yen
    rooms, cabanas, rooms 62 ChEVROLET I IU .. ,., In (heabi .nl,I Mertlon. I; thrnca nan N XJ!I' It : guilt rlllnt: coil 5th-
    ftJr txprulrlxBox : a b.c.-- I rib l inppilv
    P O Box 928 IItusville H H.I: W 1110) feel to the I he be. S11 llwrnell Natlnnal Hunk I
    utility I rooms' CORVAIR1 4 door $$1495 Specification No 1 rtenorttloni. lil". ('O'ua llrncli Hi ,v-atyled tauae und I you anl earn IM.IIII of wu columns.
    erallona till, aillltlona, to an ex Binning. containing 95 I airiaim lluUtlna. Jockainvllle. :J. 'Iorhl. I Inil
    267'6333 Jin 3.1 III. 17. 21 (iP'il.' ,\ ) Uk4IN (..f you a.. hereby required tn Mean -- -
    PowcrRlide .. ---- --
    sedan : I I. and 64. --
    lelng oulMtnff al Tltuavllla Cocoa ---. -.- -- -.------ Anaw r or other I I'i.'a l ,unit reaponalve re or lying an,1 I hollllC'n : liter Ihnn January :Jfl IJ
    AND PUMPS. No money transmission Radio Heater Airport 11011 IT C "tier" ttii'folio thereto with II,. Clirk olI Brevui I uunly. Stale of If you fall to lu .0. deiree pro
    ELLS 111" I
    rlorlda. all of whlih panel nt ennf..... will In eat<'l",1,I aaalntl
    In and ynu
    Blook red secuex I.tlng .
    AM 713245 IIUtllKII: I < "IM1 I ', Mil 1C- I hi' above ent tlud Clr,'nil, Court and .
    J down, 36 months. Phone window openlnia. and Install tin (,6t) IlInl herein encuinlenl, .mlalnaexa t,,r the ,,'11.1 .1..man.l..d. I In the nm.
    : for appointment. Cook's 62 FORD "Galaxle: aWnIng type winolowi. lnata.ll two lit % to verve a opy .f' aur. h Anawer, orother ,uly I 117 XI atr'.. plalitIhe I My Neighbors
    lea the
    $$2295 1 IN ( II \ N( H<\ reepoaatve 1 ling upon ALSO. IB: and EXCRPT the nature of loll autO beIng for
    1 Well Drilling Service. 500". 4 door hardtop! f2t) 3-tI. 4-0 uterI door" and Jans.Remov. Plitlntlffa. AtUirneya. C'ourahun and
    exletlng roof and roof 4'up: NO. fjlltlTHb Isnla now lying wlthla' os's I plat fvrerluaurn of murtiaga rvcorle'l tovii.
    automatic transmission (ourahon. .:2J? t'lIrtv.l"lrol1'11" "' : :
    V8 all with tram : fcKONX: FAVINfH BANKcorporation a led at WlllhtridVd IIIIIM I Mil, I'nai' 187 ,if the nfft 'I lalHi
    [ REE LP bottled gas installation. Powcrstcerinz, Radio, framing Ins and :2o Replant year rant Remove new U: K o'lI..nll..1' I antI,I exUtlngUdd MlBinl I lharh. Flnrl,la. in nr b other,,'f,ire, (' Jt'NTIIY (.I..III.HTATIot4.I4.I: : '.. ( ...orda nr Ilrevar,I (unly, I"li,rl lathe ,
    12019 N. U.S. No.1. TitusvilleI Heater 211 exletlng block whir tail root ,'r U> kiwi of Ni.w York the :4llh lay January : ', linn II. ae .per i :lal there. t-et'orl-,I ,clomrliiil:n if, Ihe property i ro'
    anl I (
    I Suburban Propane Gas Service. and replace with 20 X 26 larportwith 1'lo stiff. wlae 1 plaint the will illvgatlone be taken aa of,'onfo.I', tm-by el In J>lnl. II::mk 17, |loge Ill; ,.re,led. .u.l1ln..1. l being .. f":II,mi" :
    61 CHEVROLET Xu year rout and con'irete v> luhlU rtmorda" tf llrevaril All OhiO ii-rlala proiii-rly alttiHIe anl
    2676411. $S1395 .lab. Hull,I floruit apace Into aid FI/OYD NPIBflN: ORIOO ami1XH you (ouBty', Fltildaare bilag In Sir evar,I t'uiiy rlirllamure .
    BUcayne\ 2 door *e building. No 1 pace 12' X 24 No. 'I' i-LA 1'ltlVWfTt: UltlCia, hUt I DONF ANI) OltnrKrn at the hat 'ham, fUnd aaln.1 yas an4 yoU p.rll'ulurl dva..rllie.1 I ta fid
    IlDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Con. dan. Pow rglide 2 apace 10 x 24 and one stairway wife Ilrevar,I County 'ourthouo". Tltuavlll re.ulrel, lo aerve a copy of your. I w..

    crete work masonry. roofing tratT' mis>iion. for eacb ilorate >|)ace. Bull,ling t,> l)..f.'ndaalaMITU tlorlda thlt Uth day ot Deo Anawnr or nlber detente li the <'.imllnlntaa 1.1 l 41. INDIAN IUVFRII
    I and remodeling cannot of two 121 llchti eight ((8) 't: Of. HI II' ember. l.MISCurtla. Ilalntlffa attnr".y.V 11.1,. >:U1II1H. 1'N I'r IMP. aicorriIng .
    carpentry wltihea, two (2t flood, an'I one THE UTATf: 0.' FIOItlliA tt. Barnes lAM U fOKHtTT. JK. 914 lire to th. plat. thireof r.c".IOII. I
    Phone AM 72326. ((1)) twitch out.hI'. Iluildlni to be TO: LCH.PLI r'ctrv'rrielRlclQ: Cl.rk of tke above-entitle,1Clmilt yard 1I1r..I. Titiovllie .'i"rldta. and In l-lat Hoik 1:1: "all" 47 I'ublkItec '

    painted. Inalde antI out ti> airport whom reil lence I. 411' I-:nit 2nd Court file the animal of your Antwir lOr ..Ida if Iliavart CnintyM .
    NGER SEWING Machine Co., manager. pacification. Street Newton. North Ill Hi'rile HallUrpuly ether defe>.... In the nffloe of tUe ..,rlda. tail. laud tltuate. lying.
    ales and service Pinking shears On eight" Inspection' or additional Carolina clerk Clerk tlf lha Circuit Court en nr IIn,1 I lull,. In Ili-cvtrl, County,
    'ot'lt'r' UKAI.: before the Uth day of January; Fl"irldaTegtther.
    CIKCI IT (
    7. b. obtained by
    .plan.Uon caa op.polatmeot that
    Phone nollfle
    fctc sharpened. You are hereby aft '
    with John C. Flake. Die :M. 27 1WU Jan 8. II ( Fri.) 1W4 11X14; ntherwlaa the ( nmpl tint will with .11 atrurt irea anti
    b..n ru.,1 .lIaln.I and .
    Putt b.
    You be taken aa .nf.1 ,
    by ,
    244. you 11.' r.vem..nl. sw nd hereafter
    Chairman Tito.vilin-Cocoa ..AirporlAoikoaity 'I.. "V" '" ."",.r ""I nl_ .. I.... DATED at TltuavUle. .
    rlorlda. till. vn aald land, an I flvlurea' altachetl
    Tltuavlllo Oil-
    1 telephone >n;lanta, : In the j--; rntltledcauae IN; Tilt: (UK I IT (.Ill KT NINTH; 11 day nf December. IJoa .thereto ant all rents. l I.. maproree .

    & Trucks 44105.Tho ; and that you are hereby required Jl I'UI\I.I (11111 I If. IN .tMI I lOut (Court Semi. la, and' ir fit" accruing
    Ised Cars I 7ituovllio-Cocoa the right to Alriort refute I to til," your amwer with In. IMIFHII: ( u' till. al tIP: OFP CtTKTl 5 H HAUNTS. Clerk anl lit ac'rue from: sail. prumlaee 'fro much for the toy* .
    Authority tao Clerk uf Uila Court an,I to aerv of She rireull. Court "
    any and all blda All hkla ere. to fie IOKIIIIN! CII't.II'U. \ C M all >f whli are 'Intlu led but what..ltappelled to Ulll ?
    the Plaintiff Jlyt Bperuer
    thereof within III'
    alterntlonatuul a cop upo. *Jim foregoing 'I..rlpllonanl
    marked. Reoovallona.
    transportaition Plaintiff attorney who a nun AVIVO IVpuly ("lerk Ihe nubniulum thereof, alia
    VOLKS sedan good adlltlnna loan eilnllne building. or 'rut 1 grAMPND: BANK POH _.
    car $625 Call 267.2505: after 60 DODGE "Polara" $$1395 .1 l TltuavUle-Cocoa Airport anti addru. lot: Smith Klllnt and IN: 'Tllr: CITY CF NEW ------ -- -- -

    Convertible V8, Automatic John C. riake. Chairman Rchwalhe 512 Jlarnett( Matlnna YORK. a New York larpuratlnn' I

    15 p.m. _ _ Transmission, Tlluivllle-Cocoa Airport Hank Jlulldlnc. Jukjuia,. .rlll. 2. KlnrHi 1 lulntlfva ; !
    Brakes Authority not later than hebruary 6. lIsts nJ mfl
    Mont. Steeling Power -
    DOOR Mercury hardtop. Power De 23. 27 (Von k Frl ) 1363i If you fall lo do ao decree pro RITA H. I1AII/tt. ...t al.. ",,:" .
    clair. green $400. 708 Main St., Radio and Heater. -- -- -- -. confeiao will be e"ler.,1 I ....lnHI you l>''fenilantaNorn ......

    2674172. % TNI-: o iKiir I ( ...lIIf 41. riirMm : fur the relief d..m.nlod In the r or .HI ir ,. ...

    'XL 500" JIIIKHI, ( imiir IMAMI complaint. TilE STATE: OF FLOKIUA ..
    1'40=4 LaSALLE convertible for sale 62 FORD $(2295 rOK l>HI-k\KI Ii lOlfcTlM ,. The nature at said ouSt bring tnfomlnture 111: Rita II. Krauae,
    Excellent condition. 2 door coupe V 8, .,OK i nt. i I' C.it\\. ( r R' of mnrtgana recorile I In whoaa raalilinta .la tmkanwn
    lor trade. automatic transmission :Ml JHHI7 Vol. 413: Page 4l\>)>, ot the of f U'la Notice la hereby given that aul NOTICE TO STAR-ADVOCATE 1 '

    261-lIlOafter: 5. Powcrsteering radio and WEST hlDP rEDFKAI: 8AVINO3 Recorda of Ilrevar I County. Klorl,lo. hole been. tiled I In the above In'I..l.,1' .. ,

    AND LOAN AHHUCIATLUN UP the de crltlon of the |.r 1,1, ,rty proceeded ourt agilnat' you. and agalnn
    V32 FORD Coupe $500. Call 267. heater. NEW YOltK CITY a 'e<1eral' ilu- analnat "hi-lag aa follow : All\ Ralph ttwiulnar. anti Irla 4'uoulard ADVERTISERS

    4508.. 3106 Bryn Mawr Drive, iagn and Loan "'uort.UOII orgtnnlaelao.l that certain properly altuate and la bla wife' the Ulla of which caaa j

    IWcstwood Villas. 62 CHEVROLET C40QC exl Unf under, the Inwa of the InC In Ilnvar4 ounty. Florl,Iv. I. aa above .b"wn.

    .-- United gtalei of America. noire particularly de.ai.ribed u ful You are hereby r.qlllr.d In fll.
    "Belair". 4 door se. J 107J
    : VOLKSWAGON. good shape, Plaintiff Iowa: your answer ir written ilrfeiara, I If
    811 dan. V-5 Powerghde .n. Lot Iii. Dlo 'k K. LF M UOI) any In the above pro' <.o..llnc with '

    Dew battery, $1195. 267-0289() or transmission, Radio and heater, REGINALD LFO PEAKE anl If FUR bur 8MTION: :' 4. airordln. lha clerk of IbIs Court anl tn .,'rv.a .. IN ORDER TO CONTINUE TO GIVE THE PEOPLE OF

    267.4527: married. -----. hie wife. ml, lo the Plat thereof .. '.,_, ." aopy there upon the llnlntlff.

    CAROL V. PEAKF. formerly Urn In Hal Book 31. I'e 31! of tae .ultorneya vdione llama and atllrraappear NORTH BREVARD THE
    VOLKSWAGONvan truck. Sac.. FORD "Galaxle" wife of Kc-flnald leo Peake. and If Public Rncorila of Brovard lII.r.on. oa or before ,Ik4tb BEST
    61 $$1195/ married, --- her bunlanil, (ounty, S'l'.rltia.to.thor day if rrbruary. loll. the n-ui'
    best offer 267-6608 V8 |
    Orifice for 2 door hardtop and DFVOV8HIRP: DPVKLOIMfcNT '. with aU atrurturra aid ure of thla prouaedlng biting a lull MOST COMPLETE NEWS COVERAGE. WE FIND IT NEC.

    automatic transmis. CORP. a corporationDrfendanti. ImprovenuHita now and I hereafteron to f..redone he I lien. of a mortgag a

    TR 4 Triumph. Small equity slots power steering, Radio aall Inn.t. and the rents, on the fi (lowing deacilbed. 1"'I..rl. ESSARY TO ADVANCE OUR ADVERTISING DEADLINE.
    i payments 267.0728 aijrle il: ot' l'UItr.fln"I Ht: \I.1e .
    and assume Heater. liauea ad profiu o/ abe above altuale In Hrevard County, ".rhl..
    .....KI( in- (INI i IT C lit Itr
    -- -- *k 4 deacrlbed properly. ; and all fin- to wit:
    5 CHEVROLET $295: A.1, good NolU.e la hereby!/ given I IBM thaUMleralcned turea now or hi>re fier atla,'hel lot 24 mock D, Wettwoo. VII. THIS WILL ALLOW OUR COMPOSING ROOM ADDITIONAL -

    tires 267.2757 or 287-0777. no. Curt n. liar...... to. or uiwd I In connection. with the laa NuhdlvlMlan rimt Ad,lltloaacnirding .
    CHEVROLET V. $1495ton Clerk. ot tOe Circuit Court of lirevtrd premiere nnreln dexrlbel and In to map or plat Ihera..f TIME TO GIVE ADVERTISERS MORE ATTENTION.

    CHEVY Impala Super Sport 62 County Florida, wUI, oa the addition thereto the followingdeiirlbed r""ord.la I Plal nook 14 PagaK4
    63 pickup 6 cylinder. 17 day of January. 1WU. it H:WAM houachoU ajtpllanuea. : I'u bile Keoorita of I'revtrl' ,

    11,000 miles V8. automatic all .. at the hart door of the Hre- which ara and shall bo deome.. ('Du..IY, Fl rl.la.

    accessories silver blue, 1 owner, 1 yard County Courthoine. In tha to he, flxturaa cod a part of tha' DONt ANI ttUDtUtSt. : at Tllu.vllle ..

    Exceptionally clean. Sacrifice ChEVROLET ) City of Tlluevllle "Florida offer for really .nd I are portion of thaecurlty llrevaril ( unly. rltole fof DISPLAY
    62 AND
    $$2395 aaU. and anSi at public outcry to tha for the Indrbtelneaa.' Florlla, thin :30 day of le.mis'r ,- ,
    $650. Impala 2 door hlghral aad beat bid.lr> for cask b.'ln m..nUDn.I: 1J<13.

    sport coupe!, \'S. pow. Ua JoHowIng deicrlbel property. alt Hot Water Heater FlectrloHh Court flea I Ic ) CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 'DEADLINES ARE:

    crrJi'le transmission, power- utted la Hrevard County Florida e.ro C WI3;: 411 Oala. 'UItTIIt n fIAIINFa

    steering Radio Heater. to-vltt Wall Furnace Kuwait Warner Cl. Lot 12. Block B. Hherwooil Park OK 7Prop$ fly Her,le Hall IXKOrXa '.
    kirctj,. -M. accorllnr to the In Itanga IE OVFJI Modwai .; WIthY 4V IIl''t'OJlU ,e PUBLICATION DAY DEADLINE

    61 CHEVROLET plat thereof. aa recorded In Slat Mall rll P AmiM-I.en Natlni' ,al Slosh Illilg. .

    V Bel Air 4 door .e- $S149S J Hook 13. J'age 28 Public H.cor.l.. WITNI-htt: my ban sal the ...1 ... C). llox. HUM as. MONDAY . . 5 P.M. FRIDAY
    Florida TOOVrUkJt
    04 Hrevard Ceunty' of raid Court at TltuavUle. rlirllii. .t. I'eterahurg. :11, Florid
    Ua. 8 cylinder pow WITH!: One Wllllaar. thla ai day of Kecemb. A.It. IwU Attorneys. fw. I'lalnllffJaa : WEDNESDAY 5P.M.MONDAYI

    crjlxle transmission Vunlaael Heater. Modrl BU-afl tCourt Real) 8. 10 II U ,lrrl.) 1 l'l MlIH . .
    Cal. Serial. No. 40u.: : 1(111W..It --- -- .
    CtHTlU R IIARNED: : f .U Markel Hath Room Wail Healer lbs I Clriult Court I., 11": C'IIIIIIT" .55 ",.t:... fill Kr FRIDAY . . 5 P.M. WEDNESDAY
    63 PONTIAC: Tempest lattrk.. '.. Model No 241-NA. allpormeaouUjr Sly llertle. Hall \'U run iiur, : titii f IH "srr
    Convertible $$2195 kaatalledpurauant r 1.1,141''
    Lemaai Deputy Clerk
    lb. final decree cif IN IIF: ritate: of
    V8, Automatic Transmission forecloaure, to entered In a ----- -- -
    Radio and Heater. Ing In raid Court the myle nr whicaI or HI'IT. TO: KAY KeuaeelMilKf

    Weat Side Federal ...a v..... and MONO PFTTK.KV! '..ld....w un.kn. !' : TU IKHHTOlmAll .
    Laos Aaaorlatlnn of N.w for ... ivedl. ira of the eetale, efBTKIIA PUBLICATION DAY DEADLINE
    .. You are hereby itlfled that
    62 CHEVROLET Ipala '. UL4UYM II If'KM AN. dictated .
    and l.oan
    <4ty, a federal Marlnfa .
    auto baa knee fuSed
    a aalni.t I Itha In
    ARROW $S2S95 and l you are aen-by Bnllflel and r..
    Convertible. V8 Auracta4l orfanlard .11KItI1i
    PowerKlide Transmitsioa under .... lava of the Unite Mia.... Circuit. The Court name at Ilovard of la* Co fcaowaaturil uKyKlurlda .. e which aired: to they file may aay riabaia kave avalnut or .1 erne aakmlale nil. \ MONDAY . 11 A.M. SATURDAY

    Radio and heater! Power of Amerloa. veraua. Iteflnald< Iff d...(,an'lant .la Kaynaid I..*- In Ih,' office of the reunly a.
    U warned. hja WEDNESDAY 3 P.M. TUESDAY
    Prake, aad .. . .
    Brakes. t ry. Tb. aature of the mil la fir a JitdiM ef Hrevard County Fieri la. .
    Steering. Power V. leake.
    wife anti Carol turaterlylha :
    4lvorca The name af trw Court I In In ,Ihe Court )f'tu.o al TlluiiHItoMnrUa :

    REALTY"FOR narrte wife of. Krgtaald tier Lao.huahejul. IVake. and antI whAck aald loll ia .pending la tie. within six itlrndar. montha FRIDAY . . 3P.M. THURSDAYSTARADVOCATE
    If -
    Circuit C'>urt Ninth. Judicial f Ir, oil from the daU af the fleet iiutollcallnnnf ,
    Dtvonahlre Developmrnt C..p, a tt riorlla l U and for Ilrevar' Ihla a-crflre. Fe: ,'h Halm or d.. .

    BETTER eorporalion aid. Docket NumberWbJrh County. Florida.. aol tI.. abbrartotfIlia .. anaad. aaiut he In writing and muil
    Gus FaulkChevrolet ta 26S1T! C. .. the of reed.atasnl
    ( lo tha case la Waa4a bay :tot. floss
    WIT "II! my head and official .laaa PIII.r,.. J'laJnUU ".. MeymonPallery x el office. a44reta of the clalm.nt
    REAL ESTATEINVESTMENT" Mal W MM Court .title.. ) 3nd day of Defendant. being (Ckancer and mutt h eworn I,. by Uw claimant ,, .

    January, 1SM4 K*. :nun You are hereby r.\IIr..d hi. agent or his attorney. or II
    lIE.AI.1) U file with will become vail atrordlng |. Jaw.
    HON. CtRTIal R. BARNFH af sail. ytiur Court a awar and U aarva.lAs a Ciert aap /., AII<. II. Hbarpe!'
    AJIce M 'bseta.AdmlnlIratrix
    7.7037 COINTYMOKIDA thereof oa Sob.a Mlaot af the firm nf the KataU of
    AM of Hhepard" Hbepax4 A ]Mtaot. ITDrawer
    Mtella Gladys. Illikmaa.. THE
    BY Hertle Hall 611 C_.. florida. alterney Io'ceaiodCRnrToN
    24 Hour Service ) Deputy. Clerk far Plaintiff. ao later ham 'ebr.. :' IIIIEWF.R 5. JloLLAH&

    @ ,Jan t (,.,.. 1M4 uy .. IW4. If you fall lo da aoaeree a Atloenaya for AdmlnlflraJrt
    311 North Dixie Highway pro. canfaaao will be aalarai M>4 Palm Avenuarituavllla Il.&c.bIa MORE P.cj>U la North Brmrd

    agaJnat you DklMl this 81.. day DI Florida
    1)) ENVELOPES Business Sizes
    No. -
    (On U.S. Ix-cemher 19113. CI'BTIV RBAHXEM IV Marmaa Mmliarinar Than Any Other P p.r.

    Indian River City USED: CAR DEPT.) >b. Kraft Envelopes. with clasp Clerk of tha Ctraull Coon 1.t1. <:ATIONI! I IWber

    by Bertie Hill Deputy Clerk (CIKCtlTCOtHTHKALl j 11 uses!
    I for Full stock at Star.
    AVE. mailing.
    Broker 102 S. HOPKINS ; I_. U. W, r IMS. /... (rH)

    Don R Manclnl Advocate. I... I. 10. IT. tt irr 4 IM4 1M.. -. =
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    'lltl THEIR WAY! !

    A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville

    [ LOW DOWN Only 2 Miles Welt of U.s. No 1 On Garden SL COWART & CARTER, I INC.

    ': F HA PAYMENT THREE & FOUR BEDROOMS- FAMILY ROOM- 2 TILED BATHS 3200 Garden St, litusvlllefriday -

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    .j. a-B Tltutvlll (Florid) Stir Advocate Friday, Jarwary3,1 4
    Corning' War Skillet
    USDA Extends 5 A V f'' Fabulous ff ezer.to-range ware f
    't T ttiat'l beautiful tooIIO.ln.! .f
    with cover
    211S book Top Vlut Stamp
    Emergency Loans Naturally Tender' .

    t NN 1 MAp
    For One YearSenator

    Spessard Holland, a
    ranking majority member of the F
    Senate Agriculture and Forestry I1 /: BII'SMI
    Committee, announced today
    that the U. S. Department of .
    Agriculture has extended for one COLONIAL
    year -- from Dec. 31, 1963 ta 1 r, SIRLOIN "
    SELECT .
    Dec 31. 1904 the deadline for OOD S
    eligible farmers in Erevard Countv \ STORE FROZEN Stea ( LB. 881
    to apply for initial emcr- .
    gl< 1 is,. likuii under Sec. 321, Pub QUANTITY RIGHTS: I RESERVED to
    PRICES t -1 1W''HDIJI'
    lie Law 117.128. GOOD THRU
    '' '' tTOUO tHe JANUANY5th' ,
    T.I. !Inw: stated Holland, wa r"
    rna,' It i to (provide federal creditass Stealc I LB 8 8
    '''an-j to farmers in all types 0 0
    ct d.. --ulture who have not suf- T.BONEtoJa
    fu.; ntly recovered from losses J
    'U:':.lnl'J in the December, 1962 age LB. 39 ,>
    free/o ta( obtain loans through REG. 39' LB. Stea k LB. 9 8 '
    local sources. The Florida legis RED 49t<< EAT RITE SMOKED .
    lator was advised of the extension LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF
    39x LIMIT 3 AT THIS
    of the application period by Ssusaga. LB
    Howard Bcitsch, Administratorof PRICE WITH $2.50
    Ad.nini.stration.fstmtn the USDA's. Farmers Home 694<< COPELAND LUNCHEON ORDER OR MORE LO. G r. B ee f 5 PKG.La $198REG

    : desiring information! Meat FAMILY PACK 59 .

    concerning this or other types of ,.! .' ...' ... ,_:-:, .J\l '
    federal REG
    aid handled through 59* EAT RITE SLICED -
    Farmers Home Administration
    aid Holland, should make In- Bologna. LB. 491
    Yellow Solids
    quirv at the FlA's county field I

    Baker) Ham ct\ : _ _ _
    Heart Groups :

    Urge Non-Use BTfcrSa; ; ge it '" a Oleo | MORTON it"pi;, COCONUT Size YS1.

    Of (igarelfes I SALISBURY, M. LE.

    "Hcsolvcd my heart that and I will health safeguard by. Prepared Salads All Flavors Thrifty Maid I LB. cOjEY2;:;;; : '* 89i

    avoiding or dropping. the cigarette 25 EXTRA STAMPS 2-lb. SUPERB RAND e a
    habit." s BEN HILL GRIFFIN

    This "New Year's resolution was. Collage Cheese Cdr'a 2Cans:' 991
    proposed for adoption by teenagers I 1 Oc
    today by the Florida and
    American Heart Associations, HALF i SARA LEE
    which cautioned nonsmoking i .' Ii _
    that the best methodof GAL.
    youngsters dealing! with the cigarette 50 Extra Top Value Stamp s : Brownies PKG. 79*
    habit Is never to let it get started WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE I OF (Limit 2 with $S.OO food orcW)
    in the first place. ONE ".0 !FaeziN eoUTNINN .uu a .'
    The Association said that young 1 Shrimp Burgers ':f1( !Lff.7, -' "
    people- who smoke should resolveto 0000TNeu J"HUARV 4TN '
    discontinue cigarettes; If they AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 64 EACH THRIFTY MAID"'APPLE RED DELICIOUS '' ,,
    persist they run a real risk that 41 ::1if.J.llflqlil! Q q\Y\ ViWWI Xi ,. ;;..
    their life span may he, shortened!, ( 303i"
    Sauce. 2 25'
    duo to heart vli-ieast) or other serious Cons
    health problems. .
    'Whether you era a teenager or 50 Extra Value SlamDf -. '
    an au'uit," said tho ..Association WITH THIS COUPON Top AND PURCHASE OF SAVE 3 Yi4 EACH STANDARD Limit! 3 with $5 Food Order
    "you should rep amber that heavy

    cigarette to or accelerate smoking may the development contribute Two plus FNea I i j C Tom to es' '" CAN 9 FAT i "r"'
    of coronary heart disease 0000 I v; i'R'y' ''Y 'Gil
    or its complications /2 ANY WIN"-DIXIE" SAVE IVit EACH EVAPORATED Limit 8 Please

    "A number of( ,medical studies
    have demonstrated a substantial Pet 8 TALL CANS $1 FANCY

    smoking association{indention"between! and cigarette death ivu i mc i .

    from coronary artery disease," 50 Extra Top Value Stamps SAVE 3* EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 10 PleaseChocohto s
    the Association continued WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OP
    ( : A P P L E 5
    TwOC..RfONO"'ICH'0U.' ..
    "A few of these studies: also! of Callea Rich E Melt 1 0 Tall $1

    fer death evidence from C coronary that: illness artery antI disease Gooo ANYJWINN ,UN va P. I C Cans :

    decrease; significantly 43 AT .-DIXIE SAVE 9J/2\* EACH THRIFTY AMID Limit 2 with $5 food order ,;uf ;:
    among thoset'wlhave\( stopped r I ,
    I 'o' I
    smoking," sald''tlte Association. !oJ '' tubi.I'U' 2 LBS 2g
    Parents wfp! urged by tlio C t 12-0t( BOTTLE 9; ,
    Heart AssocUtlai WirnVchildren} ) to provide, an i''1 r'tf J n/:IDf1MWlfi, a 5 U P O 0 "
    example for ( since. 50 Extra Top Value Stamps '_
    twice as many high school student SAVE . Please
    smoke -when} both 'r'
    :- parents

    smoke smokes,as the wiytn/neither Association, ,/ said.parent 0Nl FNO FNOtN eDUTNNN.Cake Tissue.1 2 ROLL PKG. 19 % ; Russets 10 a LB A G 591
    41 Oooo THRU JANUARY 4TN t" .
    "" (
    If you have( ea7 estateto Oranges 5 BAG 59 i
    5 Lb
    sell), or.t. you are I rats r meai Pkg'' 251 .

    looking f for choice real I 50 Extra Top Value Stamps r.-, t"< i_ .' _"1 ,"..'. '. .:>..:./. ',,', ''V
    ..... --'Tr"; H-' .
    estate, use our rlassi ON&I.-OI.I JAN C..OUT.' er71I1i11r.r. '.
    ," Strawberry Preserves ( 'J' 4.A1r. ; ,
    iWK '
    fled CuluninsLOANS ? ) j'': ;t.
    .. .. [I 4.'j .t
    --- -- AT ANY WINN-DIXIE I .. '.
    I 45 r J _I I I ""
    ,J50T.600On ...''II a ,. \. 1"' I

    m Jj) ;1 U "jt\u n 1Jt1 J1! BLUE or WHITE ARROW M VACUUM PACKED ,1 '

    5lgn,tur., Furniture, Auto.Ro.1 50 Extra Top Value Stamps \ DetergentGIANT .; Astor Coffee J .
    estate, 8uh WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of \ .
    : \ \ i
    If :;
    ONE a-L> PIS CHACKIN GOOD .t\-' !
    \ ,1 \
    0 r Fig Bars 4 i1.,
    46 Ji] SAVE 20 Ii iiI'i! SAVE 20 :t

    m. .rhl /I1jj' I 'iJ.
    ill ; NEW BLUE Save 30!* 5 '.... ,... ;- MAXWELL HOUSE Save 22* :!!ffI. "
    318 TitvtvllU 50 Extra Top Value Si amp '-LB "

    South Washington 247-4M1 Florida WITH Tests axe couPON 100 CoultT AND: CHASiOf i'Sayer Cheer GIANT 49'. MAXWELL Coffee CAN 49x! 4'

    Aspirin I t ,, Limit 1 with $5.00 or HOUSE Limit 1 with $5.00 food .
    PHONE' NOWI Ii I "S more food order. ts' order or ma
    TNau JANUANY CON e .i ,
    ONE DAY .SERVICE : y r.4.'Y. .
    Cash 24 Porm.nh Monthly 47 i- ....._. "' ;- ;. ._ IO-qy' .iJi' '" >"1-

    To You ; ,, -- . . . .. .
    $iS :t00 o $ 8.8'1' ;

    450.00 300.00 I 26.23 17.79 I ll Q Zr e tJ '!i'' /iJretl tlf'diJJ t..1I

    600.00 34.39 .,/ ? .

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