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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 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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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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84th Year No 3 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida Mnndav January 6, 1004! I U: Pares Today Published-Mom- s, (1* -
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'I Sheriff's Dept. s, t r f\ ) Ground brokenToday *







Has MonthMembers 1 '
Busy On 168Apartment



of Sheriff LcijhVil: There were 146 arrests made '

son's department made 388 arrests out of the Titusville office 144 out

during December, accord, of Cocoa and 98 out of MelbourneA ;
:
ing to the report from the office, total of 136 hours was spentin a i Units

court, 57 in Cocoa 49 In Titusvtllo -


Artist Set For were and 49 warrants 30 in Melbourne served, 21 There out h '_ ;'.,.4 1 e

(of f Cocoa, 19 out of Melbourne 6 -,..,. .. i oiitiiuiinn(:: (the current trend In u new, modern adapts the lots being 164 feet wide oy

out of Titusville ;1-\J. ;i|';iitimiil' construction In Titus tion ol [a popubl luxury houime Ito ftet deep,
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Kaffee KlatschI sills i M and P deputies, Inc \ +den presented at amazIIIR -

Total mileage was 71,237 with of !gloms I I, which broke ground' low cot ," the aJl lrt.1II1'IIh' "Tnese apartments will be foi
24,855 out of Titusville 23,:598 out ..
.,. Ibis' mining to U'Kin: wmstiue are to be one and two bedroom sale I ," !I'olbck )pointed out "Each
Melbourne! and 22,78-1 out of '
lion tlics
I Program FridayThe of new Circle Turk units
Cocoa. Assistance was rendered upntnicnt will be individually'owned
Town Lowe upirtmcits, out tin company plans coimtrucl
453: motorists with
the
first Kaftce Klatsch of the Garden Street, just east of lair inn of 1U( units in this unitialI owners getting

year 1304 will be held on Inday In civil work the department Jin Sit ihdivisionUifciled, I'liuii", vilcinj| the 17 ucrt-s the advantage; of homestead

In the community! room of the served! 972 civil papers, 424 in to by E J, Pollock, they have imrchaxed The plain ixemitiun, .
Cocoa, 410 in Melbourne, 138
Citizens Bank, Coffee and dough\ in I r. ulinl of the cufpomtion, as mil (or six! units per list' with
Titusville 4,827 hours were spent "1hl' will cost
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n'.Ib' will be served stalling at i ... _... .. apartments
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on patrol and related activities, "
8am. $!).201)) for the two bedroom unit
1,682 in Melbourne, 1.638 in Cocoa BREAK GROUND Principals in the eral superintendent: Tom Puckett general New Moon Orbiting Spacecraft *", Il l(>ck continued, "Thopcijimnli
The Kaffee Klatsch. conducted and 1,507 in Titusville groundbreaking ceremonies held this manager; Robert M Cripe, seeutary- on tins would run about .

by the Greater Titusville Chamber The department investigated 13 morning ,to clear the way for constructionof treasurer of M and P Properties, Inc and $''iO pcu month, including

of Commerce, is held every accidents all out of the Titus the Circle Park Town House apart- L J. Pollock, president, breaking ground. Included In U. S. Explorations prnuiple', Interest, taxes and insurance

month, usually on the second yule office ments, are from left, Herman Welch, gen -- (S-A Photo) ", he went onto lay

frriday The seven Investigators of the w
New NP1Cl.'taft! designed: to c'r hooks) at the moon.
The First t National Bank of department traveled 17,522 miles, These apartments, come tully

Titusville will sponsor the January worked 2,247 hours, worked 228 Directors Recommend IRC Chamber Name Be ChangedThe photos orbit the\)if moon possible and landing take !done! Bpntx-up, Of this five Hanger!: attemits\ equipped| '| with built.in kitchen

prognm Wilbur Sikes, Assistant cases and made 61 arrests one, KaiiKir4./: lilt the back aids appliances|' kitchen cabinets,
included U,
an in S plan' to
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Vice.President at the The vice squad made 19 arrest, Indian River City Chamberof members present last night was of the Indun River City Clmin strengthen Its of I the loam in April l'M2, but enlrul heat and air conditioning
: failureplaguedlunar
First National Bank and a mem- two for selling alcoholic! beverages Commerce and Civic Asiociation unanimous"The air of Commerce and <<.'h'I K' \t- exploration / its rudios were< silent from an ,, and fully carpeted

ber of the Chamber Board, will to minors, 15 for gambling, meeting in special called board feeling," Exline nation' to the Indian Iti\er proirant.Spare : uppuritit, lower' fulllre.1'1ut / .

introduce the speaker, Ed- one for keeping a gambling house session, last night recommended said, "is that the move is nee City Civic Association! ; trans scientists are embarkingon Soviet Union claims to Pollock pointed out that these

ward M Stevenson, a fine arts and one for overseeing a gambling the name "Chamber of Com cssary to cement relations with forcing all assets to the Chamber a slit( million program to build hate hl'l'll suctessful typo apartments are the first of

portrait painter and illustrator, house The squad aha dcstroyed mere*" be dropped from the official the community at large Since we of Commerce to tho 'Civic As five highly reliable! lunar satellite landed more, Itrl'purll'dly their kind in Onward County, r

Q Stevetnson, Commander, U. S. one moonshine still. name of the organization, arc all part of a large: city named I soclation' and that said li\ic Antoclation designed to get the nation the moon in September i | one payload, 1U59, anda on and, one of the few in Florida

Navy Retired, writer, photo Also during December there to ", create a better spirit of Titusville and for( the sake of cooperation ", be incorporated us anon back Into the running for the race month later orbited 1 the moon Construction U to begin immediately
cooperation and unity within and spirit of unity, the profit' rganl/atiurr' to the moon following 14 straight:
taken .
graphei lecturer, cartoonist. were 158 fingerprints 163 with .
a |>jmrafl and took the and the official
of new prisoners, 42 of repeat the new City of Titusville of board feels the move will be txlinc bald<<1 that this ret'on). uiiMicresfiil, moonsluitsTlic company
humoilst, amateur diplomat and first I'lclll1\'s of the back due of expect the first units toIt
prisoners, 20 others. There were which we arc a part ." much better for all concerned" 'nendation will be presented to new craft, t to( bit built l by
master of the sea, is now living the main, never seen<< from earth, ) ccmilctkd|, In six vvceki.
in Titusville! on Coleridge Ave. :311 photgraphs taken, 159 new U, G Exlinc, president, told The recommendation of the the membership, as staled in the the lioilirf Company will, accord

in Indian River Heights, His has prisoners, 23 repeat prisoners, 87 The Star.Advocate this morning board is as follows: Tho (hoard) I constitution! for approval or disSt ing to dm federal i I space agency:<< ..

his Jit t studio at the: Correct crime scene photos, 42 others that the feeling of the board recommends we change the name NAME On PIQO! 6 take up anode of the Alack caused If ,).;.. ,4l l rt, T '" "

There were eight chemical by the cancellation of five of tho 9 "
Craft offices at the Yacht Basin hL
tests for intoxication and 38 I last nine Hanger lunar probes' "
lie has made personal ap-
crime lab calls answered and will complement the yet untested
In communities
pciranccs many
lie recently performed for the In the report of jail operation surveyor ship,* designed to
land instrununti (4..fewmoonTic .
Cocoa Heath! Clumber Jtl( _Commerce tIle following r-report was .mado on L

City: of Titusville, had 89 t.ris' Orbiter will have several

He is a master at his art," ones for a total of 272 prisoner built in advantages over the ill _

Pat Blamer the Chamber Piesi clays, City of Cocoa had nine fated Ranger series Unlike tho

dent !said "We are most fortunate prisoners for a total of 18 days, Hanger( which used television
the jail handled nine mental pictures, the orbiter will bo
to have him and his talents
in Titusville lie Is working with patients requiring( 91 day able lu snap pictures on film of
detention 28 juveniles detained aprilflc area on the
heal citizens who are interestedin : ; were I' ,y, any moon
for a total of 171 days; from as close as 22 miles,
art, und is planning soon to
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county traffic{ and criminal cases t If things according to plans, ,cu4s
pen a School 1 of Fine Arts, conducting I : fco: w M
both day and night accodunted for a total or 2,723 (ho first lunar Orbiter will be

classes: Every Chamber member prisoner days. fired from Cape Kennedy atop an
Total population was 3,094 for Atlas.Agent rocket In WMI!
and his guest should attend this j,1'uMn
of
100 Food
ai average per day.
,
Kaffee Klatsch t to NASA |plane to launch the first
( meet and hear bill ran just over $1.200 for an ,
of the hint four Hangers aome
this most excellent performer: In average cost of I less than 40 cents
the arts," time in the early part of thin year
per day per prisoner '. ..- ,
< and should tho remaining( Itang/

:+:;j.r.+ .7wl I t';.", era prove successful, they will "

Highway Patrol -...-- tend to make. the Orbiters even I

562 New more useful through,: giving: id

Issues Report .I where to send thus probe for clos
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BabiesA :
uuiri tit jf ;
Florida Highway Patrol, with ,
To Name
11 troopers stationed! in Brevard, Jaycees jAr

made 502 arrests and issued 572 report from Jess Parrish

warnings during December, according Memorial Hospital shows that
to the report Issued by during the year of 1963 there( Three OfficersThe

Lt Randy Robinson were 562 births at the hospital. t

The 15 troopers worked 4, .iB Jaycees have an election
August, with a total of 68, was third I Iicepresi
hours and traveled 3J342 miles the month in which more babies ....- ... .- toning Thursday for a
They checked. vehicles and issued \' ldc'l1l l and two dlll'dllrl,
reports on faulty were born and April was the lowest MOVING RIGHT UP Florida Power along the bank of) the Indian River at it was announced at last woek's:

908 times. equipment total month born there with 28 Also of the and Light Company's new Canaveral gen Frontfnac Wet k is being done by Bcth- meeting. OFF TO CONVENTION Doyle rlsbe ,4eft' president

j The troopers investigated 162 and 7 premature were births.4 still births crating plant is moving right along with tel Co (S-A Photo.) Candidates for third vlce'I'rll of Titusville: Kiwanis Club and Norman Smith, finft vicepresident -

accidents, in which one person The monthly figure of births the smoke stack (left) and building rising dent are Dub( Keel, Bert He In- are bhown above as they pnpurn to depart lor

wis killed and 101 were injurel.i were as follows: January, 47, tosh, Fred Mclnnii, and Don Clearwater scene of the week-end Stat \' (vlwanij Convention

Property damage totaled $79,120. February 35; March, 38; April Mattiion. Besides the regular business of tht jtne,tlng, Frisbee -

i Assistance was rendered 423 :28: ; May, 41; June, 44.; July, 41, He Was Flushed First FederalIncrease Candidate fur the directors presented a report on veteran me-mboJrU(t C. Croft-

motorist and the department August, 68; September 51, October are Dub Hatcher, Jim /JterUel!, on' burlesque .type- fruit auction' held las /4 1L1eiklay at

l gave 2,368 driver's license exam- 63. November, 37, and Dec und Bud Powell local Kiwanis meeting and his efforts In auctioning off
4j inationsCitizens, ember, 49. Out Of Attic and Dub Hat 12 rialf-bubriels of Indian River Fruit for $220, quite a
Bert McIntosh bit more than, the price he got "on the ttt-V, (S-A
chett will hull
John Arlington Stock, IS, a re). BigFirst the Yacht Damn at 8 pro Wed Photo)

i'' Bank ident of) Adams Apartments .on f1e day. All candidates are Invited .

U. S. 1 south of Titusville was tu attend and debate/ and all

arrested yesterday by Criminal Federal: Savings and Loan the vast majority in this area. voters: are cordially: invited to First National IShows

Agent Lief Larsen on a charge of Association of Titusvill set a 7 liia wa made possible; through uttendJjyeees.

new record in total assi ts duringthe stile of participation.. in loans will have thrir DSA 7 ,
entering with intent to commit a
Shows Big Gain past year a year during through the Federal Home Loan 'sad flosses Banquet at the Whuptrmg r
misdemeanor in connection with
which the association moved intoa Bark Sy t4l1l. HilU Country Club on |
attempted theft in the 7-11 store BiglGain IClo
new home and also I oinned a First Federal moved into a new Jiton.23.
Citizens Bank, North Orevard surplus $320,000, undivided t
on Highway 30
branch in the Indian River home at the corner of Washington I'aul Sulubury was voted .
oldest and
s largest financial profits $62,546; reserves $135; Plaza and und temporary of the Month of Decem,
Main opined a "Jaycee
institution, showed a big Increase 423& dividend payable $11,250 According to Larsen, Stock ):Inn out iU: first year at panxion ThV lobby, Interior service '
In the branch office in IndianlU..r for his work the
year-ending statement, Lice 1963" on
) in total resource in the and deposits $14703673 entered the store late lad night, North Urevards only active national area U being expanded and
.
First Federal shows total of Ilaza during the ,I Chrwt/na Parade CertifioatM
Dec 1963 yea rending/ statement George \. Morgan is presl Just prior to closing, and hid in a pust Annul bank First National' Dank a new parking lot 1* being! constructed -
4 $10,781006 in assets, an increase year Construction wa startedon of merit will be given to
the attic the
over the previous year dent. Other officers over restroom, with of Tltusvilltj showed/ a 1M3 year .
Sam
are
of 43 cent $3,262 the permanent branch office Arnold/, Don Mattiion,
the intent of per or ; ( George
Total resources at the bank, 0 Clonts, vice.president and remaining thereafter ending statement with $0734579 Millard B. Smith i I. president
after the store closed 310 over the $7,321,399 total. at and It Is U) be ready for occupancy Dob Kei I for their efforts on the
located overlooking the Indian cashier; David R, Boyd, vice-: was In total resources, an/ Increase of Other officers are Doyle II Frla-
the activities.
end of 1062 First Federalhas February Chrlfctriu :
River on Riversiae Drive, are president. James T. Carole, lie was discovered in the attic 40 per cent over the SIJ,2\3II'J8>} :\ bee Jr.. executive vice presidentand
$13684894, an increase of $3% William R IXLiny. Frank Helium and Titusville policemen flushed shown a growth uf over 100pet N. E. Jones it president with fiioibali Coach Bob Keel awarded asset a* of December, 1962 cashier; David O Myers,
million in resources in the cent in the past two yean Th,.. L. Henderson! vice.presl three trophies to mem'lags Formerly Brevard State Bank.
past Jr. Ted KaJlum, and Bennie him out. Larsen said that he obtained president! Wilbur Sikes, as-
year a gain of about 30 per Lee, Assistant Cashiers a signed statement from and nearly 200 per cent in the dent and secretary; Shirley M. <>( the football team: most First National: on Friday celebrated iatant vie-president; Anne

cent over the $12,170935 as Directors are Mrs E It Ash- Stock admitting his guilt Larsen post three years Finn, treasurer; Gladys A, Johnson improved player, Dale Freeman; its 6th birthday Grant and Doris Corbln, assistant,,
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of December, 1962. craft J. W. Childre, R A Cut said that Stock also admits to Major portions of the state and Martha Rout berry, assistant tnont valuable player In the backfield The statement of condition cashiers; and 'Martha Russell,

Citizens Dank will celebrateits ter, S. A. Faulk, Henry Goethe, prior breaking and entering in ment show $8205989 in savings secretaries' George Mathiaon; most showy a capital of $300,000; surplus auditor

30th birthday this year C. B. Kingman J I. Kislak, the Orlando area, for which he account. $1411623 In loans in Henry Goethe i Is chairman of valuable lineman, Dennis (Dink) of $100000; undivided profits Director are' Smith John C.

having been established Nov. 3, Morgan C. R. McCotter, C. J, was sent to MarUnna and Okee- process, $200,000 in advance,. the board of directors. Member Morgan, $77515; reier>'* and unearned flake C. M. Gay, Alphon L.

1934 Morley J. D Nash Sr., A, K:. cbobm.K and $623,338 in reserve and surplus are Jones, Henderson, A, Max The Jaycee Board of Director discount $272,043; and deposit Threlkeld A. Ma.X Brewer, Frisbe -
The Brewer J, J. Parrish Jr., Edward meeting will meet on the lit .
statement of condition Schenck and Mrs. Fannie Budge $7683021 ., If, T. William. I, Paul Conway -
shows capital stock $..5Qooo; Water has been. la the area for During the past year more than < L Rhineh,*rt and CharlesA. Tuesd.y and the 3rd Thursday Currently First National its:( ella Edwin U. Willis and Robert

I tU past two months. $.3,500,003 la loaai were closed Relict, of each: month. aged: la toother) prosrua of ex- Hudson.




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,. 2 Tlfuivllle (Florid) Star. > Advocate Monday, January a, 1964 Lockheed WivesTo .



1 I iF Have Lockheed LuncheonThe Wives Club will 'round town .11

have a luncheon Thursday, January -

. 9, at the Officers Club, Pat. cartoll
. With News And Notes rick AFB. will harvard ,
. Ph 2674131461.3914
. p/ North Breroard Included; on the agenda for the ,

I day are cards from 10 to( 12j; -
I.a TS. interested the show, Is working out sex'en i
Is extremely
and
.aIt social hour, 12 to 12:43; fried Snow, cold weather and heavy Center
in the blind She has worked details and promises to announcethe
Itw Christmas
chicken lunch, 12:45.: mail played a bit partIn
.. ._ _. ,_ saving Mrs Mary Vignola with brail books and recently first audition date within 1
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bank accountto or < r
flea Hiemgartner\ and Jerry Zill- from near tragedy on a recent opened a special
/ the typewriter. will be a need for about 27 .1 m(I, t
Theta Omicron er will serve as rohostess.Gcrne trip to California to visit with purchase
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!
.. Hogan Baxley Rennie, Titusville, is her daughter, Mrs. Dan (Irene) Heres hoping this ambitious and advises all interested to) h", 1
Chapter Enjoys for he first audition.
rcservaflonlst( AM 7-0734. Reservations Blow in Cypress little lady reaches her goal real ready

a Y Izt Program On Art i II, must be in by 6 p,m. soon-she deserves it.
Wanda .
\ the and
Vows SaidThe Mary, popular salesperson Dr George 1111\\'

,,r n 4 k. Mrs Alice Masterson of the January 6.Gateway. at St. Teresa's! CWC Buyers Bar Beta Sigma Phi Sorority's gala and their daughter returned h.<'111..'

gain Shop, had to change trains last week from a wonder( ) I'i
First Nazarene Church of Titusvilla Art League, presented affair of the year will be comingour .{
WW Calls fotir times enroute to California Feb 8 at the Ramada Christmas holiday all the was ;"
Titusville was the scene, December a program last Thursday on art way on
and in each ease, she mined her California. They visited relate' ,
annual
21, of a candlelight service to Theta Onrlcron Chapter, beta Special MeetingA Inn, Cocoa Beach This
connection by several hours. around there and other relatives c'.111''
uniting in marriage Mist Glenda Sigma Phi and four guest from. Sweetheart Ball is held '
special call meeting of all Three of the trains she missed each io ben down from Oregon for the heal
JI Baxley and Milton A Hogan the NU Phi Mu Chapter- \ Valentines Day year
The bride is the daughter of paid members<< of the Gateway were In accidents efit the Heart Fund days "It was a wonderful !ii!'Ip

Mr and Mri. Carey 0 Baxley, The lecture was held in 'the Welcome Wagon Club will beheld The first train, which Mary and The Tri-City Council, sponsors! and we're so glad vie nude ii

12 Park Ave. Titusville and the home vf Mr. Masterson and .in M 10 a.m. Wednesday! 20 other passengers missed by of the event, is made up of varl- George said.

bridegroom is the ion of Mr and eroded a (demonstration of seter-! January 8. at the home of Mrs. three hours, was later derailed ous sorority chapters in Cocoa, Frisbee Jr

Mrs.! W. T. Ellis of Mims.Rfc ; s al painting techniques. She fho Douglas BarnhaM with 35 cars ]leaving the track Cocoa Bl'achIerrilt\\ Island, City Doyle is sorts "lit t

?. Thomas A. Ream: and { discussed some of her paint&gs The purple of this" meeting Is It was quite a harrowing experience of Cape Canaveral and( Titusville. of commission" these day; T''

Kyle) Bryan performed the which are displayed in the home the discussion and voting on of for Mary but even after the President of the council is Titus- youthful son of the First Nati".u.1.I

double.ring ceremony against a 4 : { O:..,' following the program, the the new bylaws recently drawn: extra long waits she reached her ville's own Nelda Flynn of 2008 Bank executive vice-presidi i I'

;Background of hugh baskets of A LA4 group adjourned- to the home of for the New Year's Eve D I>
white gladioli and chrysanthemums # I Mrs. Dave Mason for their bust spent hours working on these will soon be? back at her post at the Xi Delta Mu\ Chapter home broke on his collarbone. Thr ir"u

flanking a large fan shaped wI rDDD" ness meeting. i; are Mr. Bruce Snyder chair. the shop. The ball Is open to the public and
an incision tll i putin > t
required \
candelabra. The kneeling rail was { It was announced that the man; Mrs. R. E. Cato, Jr, Mrs. and( all those attending will have jury

covered in white satin, which was Gene Joseph- Draper Kennedy, Mr*. J. -- the opportunity to vote for a a plate. \
Frrnctt Band
has been engaged -
also used as pew markers F M Turner and Mrs Harry Eadi.Mr : Sweetheart to be crowned) the
for the Valentine- Ball to Recent guests at the J. B David Thomas Baxley) \ son :
The bride, given In marriageby Kennedy of the hall One member of
president, urges night
Ye be held February 8 In the Rim- Leutwyler home at 1405 No. Mr. and) Mrs. Carey D H.ixl. \
her father, wore a floor length all members chapter Is entered
to attend! this each sorority
ada Inn. Smith Drive were Oneta's par Is back at his home in Whip' .,
gown with a high/ neckline and L Important meeting Members in the contest Representing Ti-
ents Mr. and Mrs V Buice .
W.
; Hills after a two month MIn t
long pointed lace'sleeves.. She ; ;; Mrs. Harold fuller and Mrs. are requested to( bring a covered from Waco Texas The grand. tusvillo chapters will be Shirley ing Orange Memorial Hospii

carried a cascade bouquet of L,; Bob Keel' were in charge of the dish for I lunch, following the visit White of XI Delta Mu, Ann Lyleof .
with parents enjoyed> a holiday nnd! Umatilta Hospital( where I I.'
white carnations Christmas
Mrs R D. and Theta Omicron, Pauline Whiteof
program LYle meeting.
bells set In white satin on a )' i'r: MM Maven served refreshments! with their grandchildren, Jeb, Eta Eta, and Bonnie Griffith! underwent further surgery on hileg. sI

white Rible, a gift from her mo- i 1 .",, ,, following the meeting Mollie.\ Young and Carla of Phi Beta Mu I David h happy to be home
ther.Barbara "'i:'; ) VFW Auxiliary 4228 More good) ) news from( the Leut und back in school.

E. Baxley served her '1 Nu PH Mu members pemnt! Lists Jan. ProjectThe wyler household! Oneta, who( has

sister ai matron of honor and 1; 1 were Mis Phillip Sellers, Mrs been with Tupperware since last Members of St Teresa's Catholic P\t John Olewskl of Fort for

Joy Karnegay was the bridesmaid ---...... Neal Griffith, Miss Doris Hooker members of the Titusville August, was recently promotedto Woman's Club viewed color don Ga. spent the holidays will i

They wore identical dresses Mr inJ: Mr. Milton A. Hogan and Miss Margaret Hensley. Auxiliary 422! Veterans of manager for the Titusville slides of their recent Belles & his parents, Mr. and \Mrs\ J. I

of sleeveless red brocade taf Foreign War, will resume their area Congratulations Oneta, and Holley Fashion Show during last Olev/skl in Whispering Hills, II

feta with a short bell skirt. and weekly sessions starting Wednesday good luck Thursday's meeting John D'AI. enlisted in the Army Mi"M! '

scooped neckline, with white fur Pink Lady Schedule World War 1 Vets, Eastern Stars f January 8, at 11 am at the boro of 215 Golfvlew Dr. showedthe Corps last November and Ii\.i1-

cipes. Monday Jan. 8 Morning, Auxiliary To Meet To Meet Tuesday .1\ home of Mrs Edward Cribbins, slides along( with slides from been In training: :: there Prior to

J. R. Taylor was best man and Auxiliary hospital; chairman, Mrs. Lou Wardlaw of Sau Sal- last years show and also beautiful that he attended Brevard Jum>
ushers were Carey D. Baxley, Jr, L Jones, L Willis; Afternoon, Titusville Barracks of World Titusville\\ Chapter Ho tt Order 751 So. Dixie Highway ito, California has been visitingin color slides of Home The College one year.F. .

brother of the bride, and Bonard J. Ryan 0. Williams; Evening! !, War One Veterans of the United Of The Eas'Urn Star will hol<| a The project for January will be the area for the past two D'Alboras visited Rome several
J. Cartel, C. Williams. C. Mar regular meeting Tuesday at: tie
Ilobbj. States and the Ladies Auxiliarywill : making scuffs for the patientsin months with her daughter, Mrs. years ago and seemed to enjoy E. Waechter and family\ of

Organist was Miss Judy Man tin. meet Wednesday at the Maionlc Temple at the Borne ot Lake City V.A. Hospital Anthony (Jackie) Nobel of 1832 reminiscing about the trip as Orlando were Sunday visitors ,it
ning and Mrs Thomas A Ream, Legion (tall. Washington Avenue and Carwn m
'Tuesday' Jan 7 Morning, All members are urged to attend Whispering Hills! Road they described each place shownon the II H Hudson home on Ri\ '
soloist, tang "Joy Comes At A covered dish dinner will be Street. There will be Inltiat n.
the slides.
r. L. Pettit Afternoon, and bring their own sandwiches erside Dr. J
Last" and "1 Love You Truly". Young, ; served at 1 p.m?; each member Mrs. Ernest Kloss, Worthy bfnt t-
F Thompson; Evening, G. Sikes, ron and William Knight Worfhy and sewing equipment
The bride's mother wore a sky bringing a dish of food and own ,
C Waterrose D. Willis. table Patron cordially Invite visiting The hostess will furnish the dessert Connie Schneider, daughter of Plans are being formulated for Mr.\ and Mrs Earl Hani and "
blue wool dress with tan accessories service. any
and beverage Schneider the annual RC Talent Show tent children and! Mrs. Weldon Edgct-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert (
and the mother of the Wednesday Jan. 8 Morning, A gift exchange will follow the members to attend
of 1958 Garden St celebrated her atively scheduled for early ton spent the weekend at the
groom chose! a light blue wool E. Bamborth, L. Estrada; After dinner, with gifts not to exceedone ,
lltli birthday last Friday and March Mr*. Clare Simms of 430 home of Mrs. Hani's parents, W
dress and black acces orle.. noon, V. Casa, L. Browning; dollar In value. ro' Riverview p, T A ..j
Abbott Ave, general chairman of Dania
D. at
Each wore a corsage of white I\'enlnll.: E Chaudoln, J. Wilson Meetings of the Barracks and received a belated Christmas r Turpin and family

carnations Thursday Jan 9 .- Morning, the Auxiliary will follow, with Printed Postpones MeetingThe gift, a canopy bed. She Is delight. ---- --

Pattern ed with the gift but feels it just A Ln Month( Salon( it ulnayi( near/ !
following the ccreraony a reception B Jones 0. Bray; Afternoon, Z. Lou Pepper, Commander presiding Rivervlcw Elementary you

wu.'. ,W !In jne churth Cutters f. Roberts, J. Tolis; Evenma at the'.taea's .f!meeting) and. ,1.t P.TAwitt not meet( at the regular won't be complete until she bas MELBOURNE! COCOA ORLANDO, DAYTONA BEACH

annex which arts. g il1f: decorated 'A. Webster, N. Russell, W. Mr*. Nellie Wheatf ry.president, '' 't. tim this w>ek. The next the Cleopatra ityle chiffon drapery f
I in'the Christmas motif. A three Strom. presiding at the auxiliary' meet.log ..It't' t 1 1C around it.
regular'scheduled will TITUSVILLE open lo
I meeting : 9 em 9 Monday
tiered wedding cake, centered on Commander Pepper and( Tom be 3. Connie) is the little gal strivingso pm
the serving table, was served Friday Jan. 10 Morning, V Watson, adjutant will have re- I Monday February hard to obtain a brail type Through, Friday Saturday 'TII 6 pm

with punch, mints and Lots Shuler; Aflefnoon, M Salter, W )>ort! on the midwinter conference writer She works with childrenat

'The bride formerly of Georgetown Whalen; Evening, J. Moore, J they attended in Tampa this Mabel Lorah CircleThe the No. Brevard Rehabilitation

S.C., I H a senior et Titus Hughei. past weekend! TWO

ville High School and l is employ. Saturday Jan 11 Morning, Mabel Lorah Circle of the

ed by Sydney' Schwartz Real M. J. Billsborough; Afternoon, t $?v : Titusville Methodist! Church will! WONDERFULWAVES

Estate The groom attended Tltusville C. Hagler, N. Shields; Evening, Tri-City Garden r meet at the home of Kay Gle ...

High and It presently em, N Knl ht. Club Will MeetThe 3 u tyy rum, 213 Golfvlew Drive, on .

ployed by Nevbis Citrus Co, Thursday, Jan 9 at 9:30: a.m.

Mimi, ta a mechanic Trl'lily Garden Club will .Y Maurine Wier will conduct the by Helen Bnnnan

following i wedding trip to Garden Club Board meet Thursday at 2:30: at the 1 s devotions! and Mary George Herring ( that of AND BOTH

Or'aWkJ and the west ooast they Slates MeetingA home of Mrs. A J. Sidlow on @ will )lead the program today's It/ Isn't composers likely will many leave"

lit at home in Mime South U.S. 1 with Mrs. W. H. ; Pauline Marsh, chairman, will very deep 'footprints the sands ARE ON

meeting of the Garden Club Burr as co-hostess. conduct the business session of history, so let's take a quick ,

Garden ClinicThe Executive Board Is schedule for The flower arrangement pro l look at an eldtlmtr' who did.

Tuesday, January, 7, 10 a.m., at gram "In an Oriental Mood" will Recent We're ipeaklng, of Frinx
weekly Garden Clinic for the home of Mrs Ike Rigell, 1412 be given by Mri. Frank Akins of VisitorsRecent Schubert" born In 17)7 at Lien yp
ornamental plants will be held Bell Terrace Auburndale. ttnthal, truly a great composer
Tuesday morning, from 10 a.m. visitors in the home whole carter ended at only 31 Limited

until noon, at the Tltusville Circle chairmen are to( bring of Mrs Craig Mclntosh 518 Oak. years of age.Schubert's. Time

County Courthouse reports of the Happy Holiday tour( Mg Neighbors dale Lane, were Sheriff and Mrs.
this Orville Lee and son, Gary, of her first. symphony was
Everyone Is welcome to bring at limo produced in ISIS and djrln" his Only
home county of VanBuren, also
In any plant problems they may short life span he wet responsible
have, said<< S. A. Rose, Assistant Too Late To Classify Mr. and Mrs. Austin Perkins, for 144 composition All SO Fret

County Agricultural Agent Keodauzua, Iowa.MICHIGAN. toM, Schubert's complete works
LOST . fill some 40> volumes.It .
13 INCH msle'Beagle, vicinity of t HURRY
Whispering Hills Call 287-2106. Ot VISITORS won't take us 40 volumes to
600' tell of the stereo end hi.fl buys
LOAtlS From 50 Taa ENVELOPES '- Business Sixes Recent visitors at the home of et STEREO STORE. Everything

Also Kraft Envelopes: with clasp, Mr. and Mrs Elmer Nason of for the stereo buff. from peak La Marlck ,
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1 Citrus Heights were Mr and MM. ere end components to e top-
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for mailing.
Full stock
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$!'n fgr., Furniture, Ante. John Dyer of Birmingham, Mich make census ere reasonably Style .i.pe
Real l Estate, Boats Advocate priced at STEREO STORE, Pir-
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Tlrusville!! (florid. / ) Star Adv* SOUTHERNLOAlt Printed Pattern 9244 Chll. THIS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLDHINT -,'
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takes IK yard <5.Inch fabric, The Womans Society of Christ ? Try rubbing with amY1I1 / "
Monday' equal! parts of lemon oil and ; .'
FIFTY CENTS in
W..h..dalll" A frlilayi. this pattern add coin 15 cents for. ian Service of the First Methodist! turpentine." Be euro to wipe' off hit/ eatPETAL ..

BIT fUuivlll, I.StarAflvoctU ... for each' pattern for let-elass Church will sponsor rummagesale excess ell and polish with a loft,
At Tkt StarAilvocittBuHUlim ninllln* and fpeclM handling. on January IT at Hennessey dry woolen cloth

Send to 170 Kcwipaper Pa't. !fall.
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: : for our Fall-WInUr Comparable value, $15.00
new Pat. Shop Belk-Llndsey In Titusville Shopping Center
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Cash. 24 Monthly' William David Q Dunn Lortrly. Ailvcrtliln, Circulation\ Mfr Mgr
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i Of Lifesaving Demo 2.58 a m 9:07: a in, CONCRETE

I 3 11 p.m. I It 37 pin Dui'j.ng, /: Material Lumber Paint Hardwtr

I Ray Pet Us, of the Agricultural,; be held from 10 00 \ M to 12,00 W.d., Jan. 8 WE BUILD ROOF 1RUSSES
Extension Service. University of noon lit the Brtvaril County Agricultural : Let U. Give You An Estimate -
1 1 Florida, Calnesvill.. will be i ii Center 1123:! West KinK 3:57: a.m. 10:04 a.in Prompt Delivery Phone AM 7-3331:)

1U. Drevard County on Wednesday;, Street Cocoa The second will 4:03: p.m. it) :2'l' p in
U. January 8th to teach the lifisav- be held at Satellite High School __ I
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: This will be followed by a dim
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Resuscitation and External Heart Potts has been approved by
; .. !I :Massage( ,lohns Hopkins for teaching this and a practice u'ssiol1. I Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!
j.>.4., He will conduct two programs technique lie will teach by demonstration All citizens! arc urged!: to attend I I R

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ORIGINAL FLIGHT St Petersburgwill be re-created this month as part of an 1
Tampa Air Boat Line was the first such anniversary celebration .CI
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service tn the United States The flight BISCUITS t 'r1 :i

To Recreate Aviation History Saturday

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Aviation history will he recreated constructed by Tom Benoist at MsSt Also participating in the com- FIVE TEN
in Tampa-St. Petersburgnext Louis aircraft company spt'cl memoration will be a number of t QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. .
week when a model of a 1914 fically for use on the airline that antique aircraft, to be flown in by BISCUIT BISCUIT PRICES GOOD THRU
Benoist Airboat will refly the first Benoist founded.C. hobbiests from around the na 1 r JANUARY 8TH
scheduled airline route In observ Burrell Tibbs, a youth of 14 tion. Following the St. Petersburg CAN CAN

ance of the Golden Anniversaryof years, worked with Bcnoist in to Tampa flight a 50th Anniversary a : "r #1RiJ t

Scheduled Airline Service. developing the historic Airboat. commemorative dinner IN .>""" -m---------;: J yt
The world's first scheduled air. Today, at 64, Tibbs is supervisingand honoring airline presidents, t
line service construction of f will be held in 4
originated on January ram-rodding the Palm Roomof t'I
PERSONAL SIZEIvory ,
1, 1914, with the inaugural flight the new model, which I Is being the Tampa Terrace Hotel in (
from St. Petersburg to Tampa by built from original plans. During Tampa. 5x ".
the St. PeUrsburg-Tampa Air- the past 50 years Tibbs has Sunday will be sit aside for a Soap. BAR 741'. .
boat Line Piloting the sturdy distinguished himself In aviationand public display of aircraft, old and : .
Ecnolst Airboat across Tampa Is a well.known pioneer figure new and equipment at Tampa, DIXIE DARLING DROWN AND SERVE SEEDED ::l F ,w I
Bay on that first flight was pioneer the nation over International Airport. A numberof )
aviator, Tony Jannus Work is well over the 50 percent airlines will have on display Dinner Rolls 2.KG5,391 j E \
From that day, and for the next completion mark on the flying modern aircraft and passenger
four months, the little airline, machine and it is scheduledto handling equipment.
which later added a second plane, recreate the original flight on Always
However, highlight of the week.
I prospered and met its twice.a.day Saturday. January 11, before the EXTRA STAMPS
schedule without accident or In.II eyes of a sizeable number of airline end will be the flying of the Be. I S j Good
noist Airboat < ,
m Jury presidents and aviation officialdom replica. Many senior
II The snub.nosed airboats airline pilots are vying for
were the honor of flying the plane. Col 25 EXTRA i2S EXTRA iSO EXTRA I 50 EXTRA But Great

; John A (Shorty) Powers, the STAMPS :; STAMPS j: STAMPS STAMPS eucao '

'Voice' of the Astronauts, and With The With Th. j i With Th. i With Th. ( I Together'It
Igor Sikorsky of helicopter fame, :
Purchase J Purchase; J Purchase S PurchaseOf I
will be featured speakers duringthe Of Any J Of 2-Lb.! i Of I-Lb. j 3 PkgiTo I
weekend long celebration. Palmetto :Superbrond :iGo. Brand i mow Bob White Sliced Swift Premium SlicedLIVER
The original cost .
plane $4 ISO :
Farms Cottoge i Brick i ChippedBeefHorn !
The one Tibbs Is now building will J
v ra cost approximately $7500 The Salad :J Cheese i Sausage s;
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I I original new plane in will length;be identical 26 feet;to wing the I Jt

( I span 36 feet; lefthand rotating: FROZEN FOOD .
pusher propeller; wooden hull; I I
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engine. The 73-horsrpowcr ma. MORTON FAMILY SIZEBlueberry I
rinc engine in the original had a
chain drive; the new plane will Pie 39
be powered by 140 horsepower LB. LB. %
converted automobile engine and
will be built.driven. MINUTE MAID FROZEN 1
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PLAN SPACE CONGRESS Committee chairmen for my i.
the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies' First Space front lounge yard the of night one of yellow January chaise 3rd, mggggiBB> H B n nMBn Hg B MB B n r.t4:: 1,: -; .i][! -,::::t! "f .
Congress set for April 20-22 in Cocoa Beach are shown 1964.
in a recent planning session. From left to right are John
L. Norton, finance; Charles T. Norton: registration; Dav- Mrs. Sophia Scott Fresh Tender Pole Ii Ii Ii i!

id Kovljain (standing), exhibits; John T. Hagan, general 1534 Tel Riverside AM 72436 Drive. 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
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I The (lift $10000 is being/ released St Johns River near Lake Harney a I 52 ml LLEJIDI

this week of the $10,000 to the Intracoastal Waterwayat
state loan for engineering on the Titusville and speed up shipments frizzfreewave
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project Coast to the Cape Kennedy ; /
Space Center.Plumbers. a S VEGETABLE-BEEF
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Sanford executed the agreement 1I JIMIMA.' '
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I 1 Saturday in Tallahassee m Union ;yL 1 +' r MUSHROOM
a meeting with the staff of the I rrwaErlaaw.rGRITS .'
Aids Area '
I Cabinet Trustees of the Internal Needy 1I /, /
Improvement Fund, which is Plumbers and Steamfitters
making the loan. Union 293 out of Daytona Beach
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gave baskets to needy familiesin 1 / a > M
made in installments of $10,000per OB ,
this area at Christmas time }'sfrrtlanent i ix
month with repayment scheduled Alexander Cirack, chairman ot aenebate AUNT JEMIMA QUICK or REG. POST CRISPY CRITTERSCEREAL CRACKIN' GOODSALT1NES : CAMPBELL'S CONDENSED
over a maximum periodof this worthy cause in behalf of tIle ( 1,30
20 years at a rate of not leas union, acid that this is the second GRITS SOUP
than $2,000 a year year this has been dene. ,
The loan for the canal wa Mr. Cicada said that he :

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Outstanding Athletjs And Events In 1963 i


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Include Fine Performances In North Brevard '



Selecting: the outstanding ath miler In Florida and holds the Ken Iladaway, who would fill I In and was named most valuable Topper who was graduated last past seasons. Six Tituaville High School foot strong Sea breeze team In a duel} ,
letes and sporting events that occurred firs record wherever Coach' Don Godwin( -irck man. June Hal Keller, broke a record at ball players were selected to the meet here last year;
during the 1903 season 113)) The most versatile memo needed!! him lie was the finest relay 14)) One of the top members of| These are but a few of the outstanding Sam Snead's Par three golf AU.P.revard County team. Just another sports rear for I
proved to be somewhat a prob. ber of the TIIS track team was performer at any distance the TITS tennis teams was Denny performances of the course near Cocoa. Titusvllle's track team upset a Titusvllle.P" .

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After carefully choosing some of f

ne finer performer, record
breakers and" recapping<< the unusual -
events, we collected nearly
) 50 different article, which. I II It
was more than the space would
permit. ,
Just the same, we produced
some 1-1 different athletes] and
eveats that could highlight the
:963 sporting circles. _

<(1) Dav.M Ward, No. 20 shows I
how he scored several of his I
touchdowns this year, by follow- '
fng teammates Ken Hadaway ,
(40)), Joe Mance ((30> and' Larry t, '
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Tarrcll, ((82)). Ward, a 135 pound ______ ____ 4 ,,, rr -
junior, was not only high scorer
for Titusville, but also led the
county/ will, 39.' points and caught
more passes from quarterback:
Charlie Huggins than.any player
on the squad. Ward was named
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halfback on the All-Brevard
County Football team for 19 3.
.$K. w i"b ,Pi.aa>$s
((2)). Starting earlier In the sea-
ion, Marc IK-pburn now senior, ,
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but at that time, a Junior sot a .k I
swimming record at TitusviUe ) '"
!High School's new pool that was l4 eF A ,.
never met by competition. The'
records show that Hepburn was ,
never defeated in the 200() or 400
yard free style races.

((3) Caught in the middle of delivering i'
a fast ball Terry Enyart,
a. Parkway Junior\ High School I It
student, proved to be one of the TM
' finest Little League pitchers In
North Brevard. During the past
t LL session Enyart pitched to 164
batters, struck out 92, and had a
record of seven wins and two
..
losses. Enyart was also on the
Little League jUl-Star\ team that '. t i. I 1 r
traveled to Jacksonville and play- 4' 4
a el in the District AIl-Stit team.
Enyart pitched the only game for
TitusviUe, losing 10. .'. '.. l ; _

((4) Pub Comparato, a 3'U" t" ,' 1r1
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senior scorer was on the one of TitusviUe the hlgh High> i 01: :

School basketball team last year r
with same 92 field goals. Now a _
senior at TIIS, Comparato is one "f
of the anchor men for Coach Art IiI K b l
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Tolls' squad. <" ....;.... .
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((5)) A member of the first TITS '' ,.
swimming team was Barbara ) '.' \' \ P @ r ,i x ,
Coyle, who was one of the i r4a
the ... ,
finer divers on squad. '\
((6)) Mike Polchepeck. TIIS/ senior .: ., ,' I
football\ tackle and track
speed men, was a top performerin '' .....,....
the 100 220 and relay events :' : ..
for the Terriers. lie held the
school mark in the 100.
.
(7)) Ronnie Lakin, a 200 pound\ ,
junior at TITS, knocked eight!
home runs, setting a round trip
record for the Pony League last
M'e,. a a
year. lie carried a batting aver 6
age of over .515 while playingfor !
the Giants.

((8)) While living\ In Titusville .
only two years, Sally Brodericka ...
17 year old TICS student has F
won over 150 trophies and rib- I
bons in various contests throughout usA
Central Florida. Sally is
shown above riding( one of her
jumping horses at their stables
west of the city. Sally said she" r
has over 200 ribbons and trophies ;

years., an accumulation of over two 4 Tk: r t

((9)) No doubt, one of the finest
athletes produced Park A k .__r J
ever by s T'hYtA +
way Junior High is Harvin Clark, _
a 155 pound eighth grader, who
played for Coach John Hill tbis
year. A halfback Clark scored 72 *' Ill ,, 1 er.
points In 6 games during the '63:
season.

10)) LaVonne Harvey, a 12-year-
old feminine athlete from Mims,
out ran and out jumped most of
the girls and boys who enteredthe
trl-city track meet held during
summer recreation clauses
last year. LaVonne ran the 100
yard dash In 12.$seconds outrunning
all the boys and also leapedto
a new record j.?r.'summer' recreation
in the broad jump.

((11)) Brian McAshan broke a
Little League record l last sum
mer by hitting seven home runs.
A long ball hitter, Brian was selected
on the first.omt rt the LL
All-Star team

(12)) Big Maury Roberts, a 6'4"
senior at THS, la shown thinking< the ball during a practice session
at the school before basketball
'. season cot underway in Deem-
'*" her Roberts lead the Terriers In
rebounds Moat of the time, plus
scoring valuable $tnta. The
lanky athlete .ft one of the' few
players on the squad who can
"dunk" the baU. lie Is also a top tip

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Place Overall In Endurance Race r. 414 ;

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Rcdney Thompson's and Bob power and traveling at least 30

Kemmerllng a 21 foot homemade miles per hour faster than our

inboard.outboard placed first init craft. He was on the outside and r wr. r
) class and seventh overall in cut in 110 fast that he scrapedthe

the final race of the Orange Bowl side of our boat and then - 1 \ atNl/IiliBadsrw Ski (II1 N

Regattas fcsth'iliea Nine Hour scooted underneath the front of 11M ra11a'Mrfeeaow

Endurance Marathon held at our hull. I don't think he knewwe 1 Terriers Drop .. .' I
Miami Saturday, were there" Thompson added a1M lluaa a tsa lass
a BVe f ff
The Mercrusicr powered by a .

327 cubic inch Chevrolet engine,:: "Actually, It would have been Sloppy Tilt ,

sputtered as it coasted under the something unusual if we could ;.

.checkered flag! at the newly constructed have won overall first place f r-- -

Marine Stadium at 5:02: commcnttJ Kemmerling. "Our To Satellite

p,m -exactly nine hours! after[ the boat has a larger hull and de. JAYCEES SELECT PLAYERS Titusv'lie s; Junior

race bE-gan-with both 43 gallon: vclopes a smaller horsepower as Many Costly mistakes, sinking\ Chamber of Commerce announced their three m and-

fuel tanks completely empty. compared with the so.called! 'Cal. only one -.cventh if their attempt. ink phvcra Thursday night( at a meeting at Citizen B lank

Thompson and Hcmmcrling ifornla dragsters,' which carry 4 NI tier,! goals: in the secon'I half Community Room Dink Morgan 220 pound t tat: kli' md

both of Titimillc. placed first in to 500 hundred horsepower engInes and apparent overcnnfideme lid defensive! linebacker was selected outstanding;: lineman

Class III a division for 300.1 to inside a 16.foot hull These d 'It the downfall of the Titusvillo and George) : Mathisnn quarterback was chosen as the best:

361 cubic inch engines.A arc the type you dream about ritl Terriers 'In the Satellite I ll'iuhlll"h outstanding bnck Dale Freeman shown here receivirt" a

self designed craft, which was eventually winning over, althoughit gym: !Saturday night trophy from Coach Dob Keel left was the ""Most Improved -

constructed\ in less than a week ii seldom accomplished T 'e Scorpions clue I the Ter Players." (S-A Photo( )
ll 'Ic'r' 4310: In n thriller as the .- -- -- --
at Thompson's Titusville Tier Thompson was asked if he
Mercury Marine Sales an-1 carryIng tnought the Chevrolet engine Terriers evidently! ,felt they could
.
the number 10S slid! into a would hold up under constant ri it on the laurals they "earned"wagon !
Jlt defeated Satellite 51(13( : COCOA DIRECTORY I
they
comfortable position near the full throttle power before the ,:. the Christmas Invitational l
front of the pack early in the race 'Truthfully, I didn't and In : .
race and stayed there for several that's' why for the first several I Tourney here during the holidays j -

hours until a pit stop was male hours we gave it occasional According In ('n, ch Art Tolls, I GibsonStereo

at 12:30: p.m, for refueling purposes breathing) room when we had the _mn_ It was just one of these nights.. HI.Pi e .
Before pulling into the pit opportunity Hut, the final four ''I had I been>> expecting the mistak' Guitars
drifts to side while making a\ turn it .
BOAT SHOWS POWER Thompsonand one to hi'gin, hut I had! hllJlt"dthry
the boat fifth overall anal 1 half
area, was in a hours we never let up BandPlayers
homemade boat 53 miles hour (S-A Photo) Records USICSHO.:
per little
Kemmerling's racing would come) a at a
position, but after a few seconds anl the engine was running wideoptti ____ ___ InstrumnttExpert
to tpke on 80() gallons of fuel the constantly."The \ time Instead we cmildn't do any
Tolls said! Repairs on All Brand Instruments
tiling right,
team was able to reach withinseven : only time we could act Bowling Tourney The score was tied 13.tj: at the 58 S. Atlantic Phone SU 7731 Cocoa Beach
placeof the lend boat
uallj say the engine developed
of hut _
iiil the first t iiinrtcr, u _
which was driven and later won trouble' was m the last lap. It
by Mike Wallace of California began to sputter and shut off) mmhincil tital of I 17 points In lh SERVICE
11 SALES &
> ten s+1) Deadline Jan. AUTO
first! half liy Paul Matthews\ and
The winning boat averaged 55.3I '' a I
!; simply because it was out of tt !
I miles per hour for the 120 lap gas" Rob Comparnto gave the. Icr I II I Ir
I circuit. Final plans are now underway rirrs an It\ !point, 2817 !lead at HUNTER l/
Kcmmerling who drove the j
for the 6tli Anneal Howling Tom halftime, I INC. -
MERCURY
Thompson slid they averaged( final four and a half hours said the NorthErevard LINCOLN I
amrnt sponsored by Titusvillo load was! narrowed, Lincoln Continental Lincoln' 1
' [If(!,71 miles per hour which will ho knew there was very little gas Women Howling Assoc to five points at the. conclusion of( Salts Parts Service
rohably set It record in that loft in the tanks, but if it got thesame latlon) to be livkl at Gateway
the third period as the local
I class, Last year's overall !' mileage the last Good Wed Cart HONDA MOTORCYCLES
average portion as
Lanes in the Big Apple Shopping .
: squad stored, only six points as 1445 W, King Cocoa 434 2112
including the larger powered it dill the first half, there should Center Jan 1419Association compared with 12 for Satellite I HAM'S CYCLE CENTERS:
[,boats was only 49 miles per hour. he no problem. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION [ NO MONEY DOWN 3 yrt to pay
otflchls/ sail The Terriers scored only I" wj! : KII", t ,-,
i Five boats were entered in The first time [ recently i I
it sputtered I points in the final lull while Sat PURE: AUTOMATIC limn fish,'" k h:..ii r-.nr:
Thompsons and Kemmcrlmg's automatically 'chcckel my watch they expect' nearly tall MAGNOLIA I PLAZA, TITUSVILLE
CO.
elite made 21. Titusvllle attempted TRANSMISSION
[Class HI division and 83 com and it was about a minute until members to compete In the tournament H.ili-I .' '''rl 0 h,'I'vll AI ., ..n.u-
1 28 shuts and hit on only four COMPLETE AUTOMATIC .,
"N.I Two \vh"-t.' ? Br II inib ''I
peted for the overall title Only live We able
were to keep It during the last two( quartern TRANSMISSION SERVICE
19 boats, less than a third of .the gain by alternating tanks. As .0'p "It will be a handicap tournament "There was not one Individual On All MakesFINANCING MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
sorters, finished the race! wo drove to the finish
up mark
and bowlers must' bn mistake but everything wo tried
"We were shaken only one the All Work Guarantotdl Guitars. Drums Banjos Etc.
up flagman
was standing there "
members cf the women's howl mil; seemed to come out wrung 129 Forest Av... Cocoa, 434.9144SICYCLBS
[time and I thought then that was holding<< the checkered flag behind Gibson, Fonder: Grttich Martin
association order the -
in to enter the Tolls said following\ game -
tall she wrote," joked Thompson his back SCOOTERS SlngerUnd, Rogers Kay
I
glanced down at -
my 5 Mrs, llol hit.
contest Miner fiiciKJent "The worst, of course was -- ---- Mammoth Stock of Sheet Music
----
following the race watch again Just to see if 1 had ea- i ol' the usarjljutlna\ said ting only four of 28 attempts! .
"Going into a turn we somehow! looked at it 1 Lambrcth Scooters GOULD MUSIC CO
wrong and but it was firintc .
Wlnnerj'bf the will and,
> receive Vrnparato. Matthews along:
become 1 10V King/ St, Cocoa, 636.983OFFICE
tangled with.. 'skrtoaf showing five o'clock straight up. ,
trophies and, prize money wllh Jarrell who have been our a) Schwlnn Bicycles
which ws running over 400 horse. flight then, 1 suspected had _
we
J with cash awards which will ha! best, gunners this year scored New and UI.dSa"1 1 SUPPLIES

determined by the number of only a few points In the necondhalf and Service --- -- -
10rrlra
entrants Jarrell who scored 20 points Repairs on All Makes 0'551015.1'Hl. "' '\U:X" .O.:
I
Ramblin'] With PROUD OK 105 Rodney Thompson, right and Bob In charge: of arranging the against: Edgcwatcr In the Christ School 432-OiOO .
RonnieBy Nut to Coco. High
1'.0'.5 "\\tl-J/ II
i Kemmerling are holding a plaque and a check for $100in tournament Is MM Mary Jane rna Tournament, scored, only 12 -- -

front of the number 105 painted on the side of their DeMole, secretary of the organIzation muln.it Satellite. CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT w. have a .I..mllll. III .Tllu..I/J.. /
'Slur.0 days .uh wank I I 1t"1 250,1 .lIh
Ronnie 21 foot inboard-outboard racing boat which won the Nine "We missed a large:! percentage .)..k., ('hal.., ruins -"'"I'i". I"., atgmr..gr.pha .

HughesLast Hour Marathon Race at Miami Saturday (S-A Photo) Gateway Latin )III furnishing fir our free throws and I mall only CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT .Cu...,null' ,, Typnwrltrii Hln|>llnn 11..,\ 'I i' .'Ir... Jlb'h.In. Hit"I.

week we noticed a new publication on the mar nearly all the trophies for the five defensive rebounds In the & SUPPLY, Inc ....
ket-one that pertains to a popular in the .second. half," Tolls added
sport United contest
Rtnlalt Salts Service REAL ESTATE
States, but this particular publication deals only with Bre- Titusville Terriers To Be Host Jarrell was hlth: point man --.- .
yard County. Due to the holMjyi, the closing with 4 field goals: 4 free throwsfor Scaffolding I

It is a bowling circular distributed free to its readers date for entries In the North Ire! 12 points; Comparato, 4 field Merritt Island, Ph. 434.JOtt Joe E. Moore, Inc.
To Cocoa High Tigers Tuesday van! Woman't City tournament goals 3 free throws for 11, Paul

But the thing that struck us funny wars: that the unknown will be extended, to January 11. Matthews 2 field goals, 4 three ELECTRONIC TRAINING REAL ESTATE

unidentified "publisher" of this circular states in the Titusville Terriers will have Cocoa Tigers, with a record of according to Mn. DcMolc throws 8 points; Cooper, t field Complete
2 points Roberts 1 field HIGH SALARY JOOSI Real Estate. Service,
goal
first i sue that the main idea of it is to "correct the back their second crack at defeating 11 wins and no louses including Mrs DcMo.e; mid tile time will ;
goal, and I I free throw 3 points: lit Bash l Iltttronlcl, Electronic'
door image of bowling that has been presented to the the state'a No 1 ranked Class AA one win over Titusville will be expire at noon Saturday.Bowling and Tim rtarrowman 2 field Technology, FCC Liana, and VA 114' Harrlion Cocoa, 13{-6933

public." Basketball team here Tuesday trying for their second win over goals 4 points Tralninf' Secure your future now) seWING MACHINES

He further went on: "Bowling accomplishments deserve night at the High School gymnasium the Terriers at 8 p.m., followingthe News / Itcaching the double figure col. Florida Electronic

rightfully) to be recognized for what they are not relegated Junior Varsity came: limns for Satellite were John An Technical Institute Inc. Brevard Cejnty't Only Complete

to the hidden back pages of local newspapers In a Titusville was whipped by Cocoa Knffoo tram with 13 and Ralph Evan 105 King St., Cocoa 4)4.3720 I i Sewing. Machine... Confer

manner that forces a constant game of hide' and seek on the ta go another round. during the Christmas tournament League with' 12 MOBILE HOMES Nn' .*Ai I'. ...d|.orl Mn.MnrnIlrpclri .1 II., nlttllt
Results In the Ivnffeo\ ( Klub Ici .. .
part of the reader to 30-23, :ny flu l ) T 'rmm
'Somehow we- managed at Gateway Lanei -- ----- -- VINDALE, KNOX VAN DYKE;.
: --
gUI APOLLO SEWING CTR.MerrUt .
Well now isn't that a refreshing statement? "I personally believe that .
retch( lour miles on fumes at we 4 (
Probably the person who comments on this statement though the engine died out sec will give Cocoa a run for their Pond Western- Auto- over Slrdo Tavern 3-1; H I,and E Wi ......ndiltx'tr\\, ;near' piiynii-nl plan loVll'JXonfamily ,pfcil,}\ fljuillynnr .I MorrlH Island, .Island Shopping Ft*Center.

best is Douglas( Detrer of the Cocoa Tribune who writes a oral times. I could Just see us money," predict Titusville coach with ; half and, full-court press Shirt loitering 3-1 overuIalr, blu''(,!. imlnm Inlnrlora aro our -
column called "Surfside Slant"In Siesta, Motel 40 over T and OMuni oiwrl.l/y| fli.>e UN fir narm' aririiari TIRES
rowing under the finish line, Art Tolls; "We played them a "The 1.3.1 defense did a good and .uru'.. rl."nln andIt.
-
it he pointed out that bowling is a sport and right Kemmerling! / said "We hail In go fairly gfwxl game in the Christ Jell' (if slowing (:oron guards, although I?, first Mortgage 31 over srl5.nr/.y:,
fully the news about it belongs on the of five clock/ lichen I'ontiac; Juntiic Homes WYATT MOBILE HOMES ALL SERVICE TIRE CO.Retreading .
sports pages any two minutes pant : because mas tourney although: we Made ; Bob Su-incr( tonic care! of .
4.1\ over I'llkithley and Tligelnw 1270 Mala llnchwuy, fwotl. II.W MM
newspaper. of a late start several costly mistake in the many Tiger rebounds and also and VulcannlngPotienger
We agree completely. Where else would waved the scored 13 points, Securer will he Service' MatMiq; l.cc'a Soush'rnRoom MOBILE HOMES
you put "A soon as we were second half, Rsrlcy Real Estate .. .. _--.. _
them Certainly they aren't front page news-Just as foot checkered flag we cut cross the tho man we have to atop 40 over Truck
ball, baseball basketball and even tiddly winks aren't front center of the course ant I the engine "We won't change any of our Both Stinnett and Dunn averaged ; Master Cleaners 2 Mi to 1on.r See and Induttrlal: EquipmentAll

page news. coughed, for the last time tactics just because we are play- better than 4ft( points between Fat Boys, Atlantic PlumbIng Ramon'i Mobile Homes Work Guaranteed

We fully realize that there are thousands of bowlersin We didnt have enough gas to Ing the state's number 1 team" them before( the first Titus. : 40 over Day'a. Cleaners; andJ. 11 RJIdgeway Ave., Cocoa 4142044WATCH
Evans 3 1 over Joyce -
Brevard County. Bob Miner, county bowling association even drive it to the trailer We Tolls continued "If we can Improve vine' meeting, but fine defensive E New A Used REPAIR
,
Plumbing
president, recently gave us a figure that staggered,( the imagination routed In" laughed Kemmer. our defense, grab a few work by Tim Hi r row man and a,..,11... 51'05 f,..' Bank Financing 1 Day service
And certainly these people deserve recognition. ling more rebounds and hit the has Bob) Omparato Mped J trcmcnlounfjr ....nit. We.t.rn A. tit 14Is WM. H. BAILEY
.. :IV 17I 3.ml. N. .rf Cocoa, U.S. I. 434.7 SO
"
del
The boat Is ket occasionally there In no need Pt "Irl
now on display! at Watches
But the average bowler-the one who bowls once a ( in holding them down. ;i..ta .1.sI..I :III IS -- ----- :
week or several times a week-has no idea what writers the Titusville Pier Mercury MarIne for changing," Tolls said. "If we hope to beat Cocoa we rn.s' tsoewsq. ::11 211 MOBILE HOMES Repaired in 3 to :5 lays

copyreaders and typesetters go through( to present bowling sales located near the Titus. The Terriers will ue the standard I will have to play art exceptionally Rnrlrr I unlit* llrml 11.mi., .':.f. at'HI 4*. 21 31': "**'' ---- ---- Chronographs or Complicated

results. No, we're not complaining-this is part of our job. ville Causeway. 1.3-1 tone defense alternating good game and take care of the ",..|,,'. T.....rn n II Baird Mobile Homos, Inc. Watch Repaired on I'rcmises
.
!I. .. a.uth'rs R :T> 21
As Deterer summed up in a sentence: "Nothing accrues I rebound, T, *. fI Munlo .4 20(4(; With Over 10 New and Used 419 Erevan! Avenue

to his paper in publishing these statistics except harsh "We wilt hare to start moving, .Kit.'i.l.H r"y(..l..nrr. n 274! :2-27M .* T* Choose FromBrovard's Next to P O. Cocoa
critical phone calls from Tom Whatchaknow whose name NOW the ball around more than In previous ,Injrn fluiinm 3ft arl'kA.Ile..ly : WATER'CONDITIONERS
OPENDOCKINN Dada
was one of 1,300: printed in the non-name league standing \ games: anti make a few A51.ntlr, Plumbln 3D Jl'4 14 14'
saying 'you misspelled my name. I wanna retraction'." more of our shots,"" Tolls said! /",vc rtiimMnrr 21 HII 1 7.ml. N. of Cocoa U. S.1, 534-Stl2

We admit we can't' please everybody League Tilusville now has a record of ""llk.'htII... II M
members J t::. Yo v.... A.tnc II l allII. .n'SgagFTj'
complain at times that they're not getting enough bowl. five wins and four losses. beat. ....... Pofill. II: 41: MOTORCYCLES

Ing news in the paper. This can occasionaly be our fault- Ing Colonial Sanford, Oak Ridge Classic HARLEY---- DAVIDSON- --- -

but it also can be the fault of the league secretary, New Smyrna, and Satellite League of BREVARD Water Conditioner

Just the same bowling news published is a service to Reach<< and losinf to Seabreezeof IliRlj t
our readers-just as,are the accounts of the garden club Titusville Marina Daytona, Edgevattr of Orlando 2f1IO! ) II. M.s.h. eae....,; 511 Tl u vllle AM 7-3579
P. O. BO
meeting the boy scout camp out, the city council meeting, Cocoa and Satellite Reach. Jlfih team fame: Virginia 324 I. MorriN Island* Causeway WINDOWS DOORS

the death of tns late President Kennedy. Each has its placein At Th. Fried Chicken, 000. MerrlH' Island Florida' ,
Cocoa Still No. 1 Ken WNKN' H. ."c.1t nrrr: .
individual :
any High game .. ... VTMt,.liil
T. Wrlfl r 11.1.l
The bowing news is a service we emphasize, and not Yacht BasinWhere Cage Team In State Kirrjerg. Mel 1 Pelham, 234. ,.h.. .. a.II": cmmm

published just to satisfy team'ipx>n,ori. The Miami Htrald'i Prep Cage High individual series: Ken -- --- WINDOWSCoastal

There is nothing more aggravating than to have A Poll of coaches and< sportswriters Karberg<<, 600 If have rental
to us "My sponsor is mad. He he The Sea Captains Greet and Eat lelocteJ 11.1.. seas I...i you Supply Co.
league secretary cry says throughout the state has 0... r.ulk. t k.vrol*' :* U housing list it In
is not) going to keep giving us money if we don't get the SPECIALIZING IN the Cocoa Tlgeri NI team in Mlll. Tl.cfn :VL t* 1006 S. Dixie HWYCocoa
team recognition in the paper." the third fttwr* laiKllxf. Ine. 11:11': The Star-Advocate! 636: .2673
more Maine Lobster the state for consecutive / O aide.. I' 30 Phone
We can tell you that this argument goes just about as Oysters week. .1,111II.l TrhMl C1tl"... *> 21 -------
B .. B shirt I..IUrln* 3* fl
lat as either of us could throw an elephant. Stone Clams the Half Shell Sporting record of 11 I wins 1..Clr*",I* HtarfTY 30 :MTltuivlllo
Cherry HOMES
We welcome this new county-wide publication but on and no losses, which Includes a Tile lid T.....* :XI MBnilirttMir 20th CENTURY MOBILE

certainly disagree with I Ill approach In the first issue. Char-Broiled Steaks win over Tltuiviile, Cocoa' will U.ri 34 24'27Magnolia PRINCISS TWENTIETH CENTURY PACEMAKER
one doesn't bite the hand that feeds them and bowl. Chops' again venture Into Terrier terntcrjr Move kliwi rnop II'" ut t. W a M' L* al Bank Financing!
p...iltovft T*s.eo :tIttI: Used M Mle HenMtv end equipment,
of has become, nore popular be- Tuesday night and will also( .. .
fag over a period years "r tox 27 31Tituiviiui 9 Dally Ivrrfay 11. 4 P. M.
tetra of the attention it has received via the press, radio HAL WILSON, Chef meet Seabreeze of Daytona for : .. Asp rn 55 SI, IIFlootto atelk. Rvt N..O11.uth.f TitwsvilU Bu 543 CMC 412.2977ThompsonKemmerling

and television. the third time Friday evening 1 45


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,.,. i (Jttetr141)) Stii Ad'r.eatti Monday,.January ., 1964
T'"
Boylnjure'd Closed Circuit TV


By Hit-And-Run Demonstration SetKeeping I


A nine year old colored boy

John Edward Foneland! of 612
In step with the newly' view Elementary School in Titus-
Drown Avenue, was struck by an
augmented SPACE PLAN the yule on Tuesday, January 7th at
unidentified auto as he and a
Brcvard County Schools have arranged 2.00; in the afternoon and againat
friend, Robert walk
Hop were for a demonstration utilizing 7-30: in the evening. The school
west South Street Satur
ing on closed circuit television ut cafeteria will be utilized as a
r v day at 7:30 p.m. the elementary levels of several large group viewing space for 5. \

The accident was investigatedby schools within the county. visitors attending the demonstration /
R. R. Conies who reported '
that the west The purpose of this demonstration l
boys were walking The demonstration is open to
is to show how television
on South Street when Foneland all persons interested in observIng '
can be used In a particular educational -
was struck by a car going cast situation involving :,: this type of application of
on South. The car did not stop regular television in education.
classroom teachers and existing -
4r and it being dark the boys could
... ; ,. not Identify( the car. school facilities Information concerning the second ',
.y The : struck The first of these demonstrations demonstration will be released u'
Hope youth was not '\
1r: ; will be held at the River- shortly m
but Foncland was taken to Jess

the Parrish Smith Memorial Ambulance Hospital! and it was by. $$141,666 To Vets In BrevardCol. i

reported that he received a compound

fracture of one of his legs. W. II Boshoff, Veterans Service connected ._ 44623.00.
Service Officer (for Brevard Non-Serviee Conncttd -

County, states that on figures n;- 18,848.89!
Students Form leased trim" the office of Melvin Insurance n 33,000,00

T. Dixon, Florida State Service PT, ;550 Training 4,263,15
Officer at St. Pctctsburg the following Death c'Hi'pensaticn
Goldwater ClubA t is a breakdown of recovt & pensions 36.029.-7

rings for Veterans in Brevard Burial 2,603.50(

"Students! for Coldwater County for the period July 1, Miscellaneous 49857

Club" in North Brevard was IIJH3 to December 31, 1093! TOTAL $141,660.79
unofficijlly organized Friday --- -- ---- -- --- -- ---------- r ,

right when a group of students i
met at the home of Eddie Poole, I

son of Mr. and Mrs Jas. S,

Poole Indian River City area :

Mare Hepburn, and Eddie
f .r i 'cv r" wa Poole. TiUisvillc High seniors, i ff

are acting chairman and secret
a r v,
n h.. ..... .-. -... ._-- -- .-v -..-.. ary respectively
The fallowing statement was

FLORIDA WORLD'S FAIR EXIIIBIT WILL BE READY The cir- progressed. One of these floaters, to be occupied by Minute Maid drawn and adopted at the meeting 's

cular design of principal buildings for the Florida section of the New Company, will be moved adjacent to the Porpoise Stadium and Pool, ::: 2yW1 Ml(

I York World's Fair are matched by snow tracks of trucks keeping work. and the two will be connected by a 250-foot long "Bridge to the Keys" "Across this nation Senator

men supplied for continuous progress toward completion. The central along the waterfront of Meadow Lake. All of the $3 Mi million construction Golclwatcr has captured the

exhibit building (upper left) has been enclosed to permit interior( workto project is amply on schedule for the April 22 Fair opening hearts and minds of this country.

continue at top speed. The floating buildings (upper right) arc weltI' t Wr, the youth of North Brevard

only reflect the sentiment of the \

nation in forming a Students for \\ey J t11f'al1 IorPshah
Florida Exhibit At World'sFair / Goldwater Club.
Letters From Our ReadersReturn
I' ;; "With President Johnson as dividt3hd
the Democratic nominee, the Republicans
Will Be Ready On Time will find that unless >

To Realism For three years, extremism and two. Goldwater receives the nomina tome .

W. L. Stensgaard, executivevice on the interior may be finished Editor: international scotimcntaUsm have I assure you that if I ever do tion they will be set back 20

president, Florida's World without Interruption by winter The ruled U. S. foreign policy We get to the Congress In Washington yens in the South and lose Florida
Fair Authority, said Tuesday that weather. with year 1963 came to an end hope that the new year will bringto or the State Legislature In for the first time since
the future course of the country ( the American people keen Tallahassee that I will do all in
contractors, architects and cngl- The Porpoise Stadium and Pool a 1952.
avers on the Florida site at the where the first live porpoise show Realism unclear and evident.the Return to awareness that the Republic and my powir'to be worthy of the "We believe Goldwater can tJrJ'p 00C
more
New York World's Fair have assured ever seen at u world's fair will Public not survive constant attack, honor. carry the South and the nation
him the state exhibit would be presented, Is on schedule also. States opinion In the United that the time has come to Insist ,, If you believe this is true, I and it is our intention to work ,
be completed and ready for tho The stadium will seat 1,600( and continues divided. Differences on practical restoration of the* will be most appreciative of for his nomination and election."
on domestic and
April 22, 1SJ64 opening. the 23 foot high; concrete stanchions foreign principles that made our coun your( assistance and support. Plans by the students call fora
policy during 1963, antagonizingold
The 110-foot high Citrus Tower around( the 18-foot dia allied! and lending aid and try great. I,i GallO Sturchio mass meeting to*Be held at a ,
was completed and Oct. 25 and itill Is the most easily coaled Chemstrand nylon t.
orange Congress- Winesburgflhio finally (organizing and planning -u. -
was unable to exercise
identifiable structure on the en and white cover over tho seating a restraining influence. -Improve Crossing ...J J, a'course of action, Poole stated.
tire fair eroiindk'r having been area. Editor
But in the field of domestic Now; that the Florida East Coast But of course their
finished six: months prior to the Steel construction for the installation
opening date. of scat I ii under way. legislation, the New frontier en Railroad Is using only the eastside At Library Secret of the old bridge by
countered the conservative coal Philip Weidlmg Young Headers Instant
The conditioned exhibition The two floating exhibit build. set of tracks that Coos: ;
ilion in the House and the Tile following books have dog stories by A. L. Furman
hall, Itto feet In diameter is com legs on Meadow Lake arc 40 feet Senate across! the State Road No. 50, I new ,
The result stalemate, teen received at the Titusville edit: Earthworms j
was a that ; by Dorothy
pletely closed in 10 that work In diameter with ceilings 1} feet 'lI gut tile road Department
Even before Mr. Kennedy's death, Public Library Childs Hogner The Moon for
high.: One Mill be occupied by //ill in the West side sets ;
(lie Florida Development Com it was I obvious that he would need of tricks which In not used and Adult young explorers( by Carroll Lan:

NAME mission and the other by Minute another major victory at the polls, make It level with the east side Wincsburg Ohio by Sherwood Fenton; Getting to know Iran *
Maid Company pulling onto his coattails a score sets of tracks In order to have a Anderson; Sister Carrie by and Iraq by Hushang Bahar; II I

Continued( From I'age 1)) The Minute Maid structure will or more "liberal" congressmen, smoother railroad crossing in Indian Theodore Drewer! ; The Mikado Young readers water sports
bo located by the Porpoise Stadium in order to carry the day fullyin River City, Florida on State nnd five other Savoy( Opeias by tones by Charles Coombs; Del-

approval. The general membership from where it may be entered Congress Whether Mr. John Road No. 50. W S. Gilbert;, Blood and Sand wares by Arnold Dobln; Mary
meeting ll Hit far Thursday! via the rldgo to the Keys," son will be able to achieve success Norman L. Green by Vlnccntc I31asct> Ibunez; The Lou and Johnny by Mildred %

night at the comrQ pity/ bUlldin running 250 feet along the lake for himself let alone persuade Authentic Death of Hcndry Jones Hark and Noel McQueen; Fran-
Officers and( directors of I the front. the people to elect new "liberals" Be Candidate by Charles Neider. disco Pizarro finder of Peru by
present Chamber 'of Commerceand of an extreme cast of mind May Ronald Byrne,
Civic Association are: l'Hac :\. Build in',? cost for all structures is highly questionable Editor: The heart of the Village by] _
president; Larry Simms. Is estimated at $3'4' million, not In the three year since Mr. Please forgive me for not writing EHiaticlh. Corbett, The American
first vice-president; Paul Wiley, including: the cost of individual Kennedy. delivered his Inaugural vat a prrsonal letter, but I Way of Death by Jessica Mitford; Is Sumpin'People

second vIce-presidcnt; Clare exhibits to lie placed, in the build. address, the country has swallowed did want tu communicate with TeathcT by Sylvia Ashton-War-

Simms, recording secretary: ; Mrs. Ins by Florida industries and new doses of federal control a number of my friends nt onetime nor; A Reporter: finds God through r i are enthusiastic about our 41,:'t'f dividends

Sue Coleman, cocmuon ling secretary agencies.The at homo and tolerated a calculated I hope you will understimt Spiritual Iltalmg! by Emily \ Special' l which start to earn at full rate the minute you bring or

; W II Barnard, treasurer. 312 acre Florida site Is expected breakup of anticommunist solidarity \. Gurdmir Neal; The Order of I fend them in. You don't have to leave savings here a
Board members Lou Peppers, to be visited( by an estimated overseas. But the countryhas For many: many years I have Poetry by> Edward Bloom. : year to qualify for this good rate,
Bill Gciodtn. "Ed Bnptihtc and 18 million persons duringthe not displayed real enthusiasm! had! a consuming desire to serve The R)bincau Look by Kathleen I
Mrs Peggy; Tintlall. two [air seasons. for the policy of peaceful coexistence in the Congress in Washington.! 1\11)llrO i Ktnjht; : Mann. by t Also, if you get them in by the 10th of January,
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---- --- ---- ---._ -- with Cuba, the encouragement ll('c nllv. a number of wonderfulper Louisa I Hampton Rydberg; The we'll start jour dividends as of January 1st

Personal ORLANDO f OAM of revolution in Africa and "ono! have asked me to considci young adult library stocks( and I No-dulling J' ThiS 4Mi'i; is the highest dividend paid under any
PRODUCTS INC. Latin America, and efforts to ap running fo *"lhe House of !bonds by\> Kos< and Donald' Sobol; i conditions in North Bievard County.
Plastic Foam Foam Rubber
Hearing pease the Soviet Union. Rcrresentatlyes 'j" Washingtonor Mao! e-Tung Emperor of the NodryingNUTRITONIC'J
SON010NE Sccuriiy, Cut to Siie Custom Sowing While influential special plead for the State Legislature In Blue Anti by George! Faloczillorvath I It is higher than the average dividend paid by savings

m sou..us' '" 0'" ..... Casual Furniture ers such as Americans for Tallahassee As of this date I ; Hi-suinis" that get Joos and loan associations in the entire: State of Florida.
N.AI. 1504 S. Orange Orlando GA 2-2738 Democratic Action 'and the Nat, am undecided. when, I will run by Edward C. Gruber; Ceramics i
soar/r.r d OrLnArlap 2105 N. Orange, Orlando, GA 4.7146 tional Council of Churches have and! Cot what, office I will I Savings here arts definitely insured up to $10,000
M..II. n.Ar eo ... run and how to decorate them by ($30,000 for a husband and wife) by FSLIC-a permanent
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---- supported radical change, radical. but I did want to share this with Juan D. Trlolo. SHAMPOO agency of the U. S. Government. (Nobody has ever losta
Giro's Rug & Drapery Service Mnfcrna Lane ism has not taken root In America >'ou T will have a definite 'v.nil. insured.
penny on savings so )
wall l| to Wall Rugt |Installation t OF ORLANDO except among the extremist answer within tho next month or Ldket' : by Olive Rambo Cook; II !'
Repairs, Banding; Strglng CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOST fringe;: In the "peace" and "civil --------- I Now at You can borrow instantly here on your savings if
Rubber Curl Vinyl COMPLETE MATERNITY SHOPS rights" groups. The country's left you ever need 'extra cash-so yoU: can thus "eat your

504. Downing. Asphalt Now Tile Smyrna Botch Ruth. M. B..ty, Proprietor' f ward swing in the last three years half price! I cake and have it too."
Phone 479.JS12 ae)! N. llruimnt. l.iinlvn. 5llt.tLearn : may be traced more to the helpit I
had from the glamor; find pub I At First Federal, we give you'a lot of "extras" in

Halrstyllng Nowf II lic relations brilliance of the Kennedy i addition to dividends: warm, instant service, drive-up
THE. FLOiUD A'SHAVER I WOODY'S ( clan tlisn'to any departure window and walk-up window, free parking, safety deposit
boxes travelers checks, school savings
tiER VICE (from traditional Americanism program
AH' Mtkts Electric Shaver Service I Hairttyling Institute I Without the charismatic ("buy i and Christmas Club. Loan department, Main Street,
Fulory.Treln.d '.".nn.1 1042 N. Mills ing with charity") leadership of AND LAUNDRY open to :5> daily.
Pets, In Sto .k: -S m. Day Service Orlando, 425-6600 I
I the Kennedys, the United State
3tS N. 70 Oringt-OrUndo Years Eiperience GA 3.1865 I may swing back toward raodera 112 S. WASHINGTON AVE. rIlrstUMt
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at home and abroad. &\
policies
FOR EVERY HOUSE $aaMPet /4
FURNISHING NEED ------ --- Yes Real) Honest-To-Goodness F ..eai.MWMNArv+, % Higher

'* ; rp. Walt Rate *
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.f NEW SMYRNACall HOWARDJOHNSON'S Minute ServiceOn

Collect$ 4184131 60
N.w Smyrna Reich
1207 N. Mills, Orlando, CA 3-0153 Dry (Cleaning New conditioning Jf

"New StoreOpportunities" i

Th. Most Compute Display of IIIGIIEST (jUALHY? .
for
Office Equipm.nt and DEPENDNBLE SEUV1CE TRY US AND SEE! shampoo sparkling, tastmiring

Office Supplies. 'in This Area.Wo TERRAZZO FLOORS ARE YOU NEW IN TOWN? ASK: US FOR A FREE I *
clean hair
b...<.. a .IINUMB. .In your H ste...., Waitresses, Cooks, I '
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arc very da, OWENS PACKAGE OF 1 12 HANGERS TO GET SETTLEDI!
Bishop. Offic. Equip. Co.. Int. TERRAZZO, INC. But Ctrl; Utility Htlp.We i
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Offto K:/ ulpm Dl l Co. liio
1800. )D. Colonial Coil,OrI.,4o Call New Smyrna each Collect offer Free Life ln.ur nco, DRESSMAKINGMake Lathers In hard or soft water. I And Loan Association of Titusville
OA 3-DSul' ,
leaves hair loft radiant, beautifully -
GA SCSI: -
Hotpitalltarlon, Surgical Benefits
arr'9.m."II nod for your Spring and manageable. 16 oz., SI 59DrutiStores I : Downtown Office Washington at Main *
THE PET SHOPEverything I Credit Union end a Libert! II
'- Vacation Fey.Choice Easter Wardrobe In our expanded I I Indian.River Branch US N. Coquina An. *
CHARLES SLADE III dressmaking and alteration depart. '
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For Your Pet"I I ef Shifts ment. i f TO 3 DAILY ALSO 4 TO 7 FRIDAY
Loathe RARE COINS I DIAL AM MV11 PLENTY FREE PARKING
f.ner Cellart Toys Morning or Evtnlng See VERN AKINS *
i judge, Fish, Puppies SupplUl I Wo Buy and Pay More Current Dividend Rate _
f7o N. Orange, Orlendo, OA M74' I Largest Stock ef Coin Around APPLY IN PERSON, (eC) ,144 Compounded S miAanuallTlfusvlll. /

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Chamber Aids Canadian Family To Find Lost Articles

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Top Titusville IIServlee"EVldl'ntly
Th Volc. of 25.000 North BrtTud County R*.ldnU

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fiction B TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA MONDAY JANUARY s, 1W P ;. 1.i
it wasn't t tluu first Vs' most 1 tourists dt", 'Ihtu first bring sent out, the visiting fnmi then to :20! ) Heskcph St.", Toronto,
top to Floridi in the first pine tl ujht: was U,> stop it (tht, next ly began bloating through the Canach t, the home of the Truch-
All 'the WilY dom icy ('1111 ul,i to C amber if Commerce officea brochures and minimal ion( on the
) Planning Council; bunny\ florid i, cit;/'.'ni from dusk fur old; and so thorlid, space effort right acres) the riv an family And at the end of that
. ,v t nl', northern neighbor expert. on Aincioljk-iik go on the leli! tr from where they wire st.mding three hours the Canadian ro
ae tllO'Il fir",t trip, ()urt 11 11' h, be i ,1110 snit ull.d the, North Mlni mouth better informed on the ef
, To Elect Officers u. :rni and sunny during the told .,' i Bun: Unmix of Commtr It t'N'k' nearly three hours, but foil of the Unitud Status m

__pL ttintt i months, cause thut's what which began: checking motels) \ f"llthe', \ coat and loves: were rriichint; the moon or Mars. or
__ ,'II the bnuliuri's sjOnly i, bile\ Jjuk culled other/ aiea, in located at the Club RefiiKnic for where ever they will be
t Nominations and election of time are Finance and Personnel, t these olio come year after year huh (thi (miadnns, had viMltilHuriiif Women (set: (Hut) with a promise The 'l l kit Tuiuvllle in roing!
.j Council officers for 1964 will be Programming and Contracts, Liaison \ hi mg!: their overcoats, tin' first !, the tutu the tract was from lit( mold owner to mail mind a good
,1 part of the agenda at the January and Legislative Activities, t trappers jn't freeze half to ilcutliJjk .
meeting- of the East Central FlorIda Public Relations and Information, Schwiensbirg, Cirtutrrliiimvillv
Regional Planning Council on said Donald E Thompson, secretary Chamber i>If f Com IUCPinanjpir Confusing Names Could Result In Serious Problem I
Wednesday, January 15 w !! told the 'Star.A Ivm-at'* .

The meeting, to be called to this wick of a visit to the local I "15 it knox:l Mrllae Mil' !Mi Ave man said the actual
order at 1:30 p.m", will be heldon First Federal office from a Canadian firmly on Rat? Knox) or Indian Ki\<'i' Upon' arrival at the fire Ihedl'l1l1rtnlIt street is Knox. name of the
the lower level of the Amtr Shareholders their way north from n vocation Ave learned It WAS only) McRai toad and
lean Federal Savings and Loan in Miami Heath jiica In most nliis it would IK ilifficult (, minor, and then bikini: wondering< tarts directly at Coquina( Lie
Association Building at 455 South Called To Meet Tin family, Peter( und Mrs. ID find I us many us four how Indian River Avenue mine nuntary school as the one nun.
Orange Ave, Orlando Trui'ban and their J.>'i\irolil names: fur out strut, but not In had linn changed! to Knox dud! blotk
Also Included on the agenda The annual meeting of the rHusv 11\1'\ .
Reading of minutes, Treasurer's shareholders of the First Fed daughter: bud traveled l extensively According. to Brown, "Indian "Elldl'ntaUyjlreet signs have
during their dip to (the Landof these qiii.sllons were frollllllK'rItlIlVIIII' been changed and part of the
River! Avc, Is recorded the
report; Committee reports and eral Savings and Loan Association on street
la
SunsHni and had visited known as McHai lid
lire
Chief\ Jim llrown
business; Staff reports and bus of Titusville will be held city plat and eventually It is (to ti('
I' n1'td la l to nuke)
on\ shot
so a and a nunilxr of voliinttir firt
iness Wednesday, January 15, at 2:00: t in with llama Ave. in 'Iii south \\lin this naming took placewe
"OllOti, !, VIr Truchan list. l kit men as they ,rind to find I a new
Committees to
report at thisDemocratic ,m at 300 So. Washington Ave. central portion 01 Imnvllk Now ilo not know But to< make
p 111rpc'nslvl' virtual I ml 1 ipun house (hut was supposedly| | nn fire
I this is to ht called Mi I'Itao rood. sure If we ever have another fire
of| fjov) ('N it one (of Hi mil in liulitin liner! lily 'istiujyaflti |
The purpose of the netting according > in that
vicinity have
thestrut
we
ids) t Ihi! fjitnilv had skits, ,nl so now we have (thru( namevIndian
I tairune ( .
mum around t 5,31)::J() p m '
: to N, E Jones, president, lucre AVe Knot M.\!. Hue classified on our maps In across
MASTER J. II Stewart installed Masterof icason they had nil mvsed titer conversutlin Rein
NEW newly some( ( .
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reference
Knox
directors and as McR
is the election of the road and Mcltac Road! >
tout mud
the transaction of other bus the local Masonic Lodge, is shown receiving the apron glow: I ilu \ known sheet/ tagged: KIIOK Urllkl Indian River Ave,"
Commillee any reamed Titusvillc was found to bo Indian A Commissioner
!liner
County fipoh's| Drown aid l.
iness properly coming betore said from E, J. Dinkins, past Mason during a meeting Wednes-
body day night at Masonic Temple -- (S-A Photo) -

' ; Stales Meet .
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The Brtvard County Democr'a. d
tie Executive Committee will _
meet on Tuesday, January 21, at s A eYe
8 00 p,m. in the auditorium/) of the Ire / /
County Agricultural Building, 1125
West t King Street, Cocoa

The meeting was announced by I II

Chairman William H Roundtree, v
who invites all persons who are
even thinking about becoming a
candidate for tiny public office in I
the Democratic primaries to at
tend and get acquainted with the
members of the Committee wc
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" Firm Is OpenedPhilip r I h, 4 p t o r 1t'', IIli l lI


C. Warren is announcing

the opening of an architecturalfirm I A v I I.. 'I; I I I I I I I 1,
in Titusville to be known as
Warren and llopson Architects, "- -- -- -
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located at 336 So Washington OFFICERS INSTALLED Pictured ior warden; Frank Darden, secretary; second I
Ave. above are members of the, Masons who row; R W Moyer, junior deacon; J.

The firm is a branch office of were installed at a meeting Wednesday F McCuskey, senior deacon; G, C Roberta,
Howell C Ifopson Architects of evening at Masonic) TEmple. Left to marshall!; J, A Johns, junior stewart; J N
Loesburg, with Mr. Warren in to right first row: Howard Mathison, trea- Dickinson, junior Stewart; E, II MiCos- ( l r t I I I
partnership in the local office surer; E. A Falkenstcin, senior warden;; key, chaplain; and Eric Johnson, tyler, / I 'a I'' + I I I I
J, H. Stewart, Master; Paul DeMole, jun (S-A Photo.)
Warren who
came here from _.
Leesburg, Is a graduate of the .
University of Florida architectural .
school lie is married and he
and his wile, Shirley, make their

home at 313 Bayvlcw St You'll Treasure the pleasure of
Mr, Warren said that the tre
mendous present and future

tusville growth prompted of and the the to North firm assist to Brevard move in the to area ex Ti. (Q)1IJIrJlJXOQ) ) ( ) ILTICGlliYlrnNCGOu

petted growth,

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give desirable for safety and protection. They brightly welcome .. 1Rholi, "rrriaa + r r-t
your guests and discourage trespasser New models are available
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'64 Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet t '


What\ does it take to make a car a great highway/ perNobody has to doctor or coax or, soup tip these!
v former? Chevrolet to get the( Lest out of them. Thty\ were built
If the car happens to lx) a '6-1 Chevrolet: one thing to be driven by you-on/ the kinds of road you drive on,
only. A highway.You'll And that's really Uu test of a great
j find everything clue already neatly packaged former: Just about anyone can get a kick oat of' driving
r Pl for you-on tho car exactly &a you\ pick it olC tho one lust M it conies out of the showroom. '
fchowroom floor. Which, after all, U' tho kind of performance you'd
There' a choice of seven ermines-all the way up to a expect{ from Chevrolet. Tho greater<<: satisfaction and
r twin-carb h-compression 425-hp \'8*-and four trans enjoyment built into these cora id borne out,IYenr after
l e j ji missions" including a finely honed 4-ftpc-ed stick >tthift* year, by the higher resale they briny ovei) Other makes
y w I Arvl underlying it all-a bump-akimming Jet-smooth in their field. l
New LIFE Lotion corrects ride that helps keep the performance great even when Next timu :you're) out your dealer's way allow I a few
damage caused by teasing, =* : I IIf the highways aren't no great. extra minutes to sample one of. these! high.
hair sprays, bleaching, What about special performance equipment way performers on ;your own' A few are
? Professional driving ckilU forget : reallY'! all you'll need. That's enough time to
permanents them do a lot; of driving in a Chevrolet.
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Tltuwltl (Florldi' ) Stir A =-. who. not h-r hy reqiilre.1 to lM ., tLOHIU.t.
.e ..:..:...J.I MVMI JIIIKMI, (iinrir orl his wife If married' la complaint to ( >
.--- _.. -- _. . ---. .---- FLDKIOt, IX: Lao FOB BHK- I known to be dead or alive; your answer to the Holland BO* IN RE:
I YARD C'OCMTV.CIIANCEHV- ALL PARTIES. having or claimingany Pa'SAvenuriltusvl..!.. Florida, attorneys ESTATE: or LELIA CREECII
MISTER BREGER STAR-ADVOCATE'S ( NO. tTilltNOTICE right title or Intereat In th. ub- : Plaintiff R. L. **. NOBLE,
for the DECEASED:
: OF Kl'ITR. I ner '.de.crlbed. thepropemyllhereln and file th* original'
i L. by Wol ihBr.: NOTICE TO CREDITOR
KENAN Clerk; Circuit Court
through or against any known or of th* All creditors of the Estate if
Crossword Puzzle.else 1'1.lntifl.I I named parties defendant and any vard County, Florida, on or before. Loll Cr .ch Noble deceased, ir..
1964. Qlherplaint
va. unknown or unnamed parties defends the 20th diy of January com I hereby notified and required to rl.! .
TITUSVILLE FRUIT AND FARMLANDS al.ALL wise. shall lha. ten of confe.sed.the any clllima 0' demands which tit.-
CO., a dissolved Florida PARTIES having or claimIng ti; a. may have .r.ln.1 said estate In the
--- .. -- ..- corporation, et el.. to have any right title or. Inter A.rfoo.i l. 13 day of D. ember.CURTIS office of the County Judge Brevard
NS Chinese 21.A IIBh IJ \ ., .. Defendant. set to that Cf'rtahpropt'rt, looted County Titusville.. Flortda, within
As IN THE NAME OF THE: STATE In Bravard County, Florida deacrlbrd BARNES: six calendar months from the 'lat.-
L Fabric for pagoda 22.LongI.brlde'a Of FLORIDA, TO THE FOLLOW. as: R. Court "I the first publication 01 this nOli?. 'J
Circuit
4. Part of leered LNO NAMED OR 1xESONATFD1lEFENDpNTR : JI'AltCEL ONELate Clerk of the Florida earn: Claim or demand mutt r/r ''n
plEPtJ'3 gown the eye bird K T !: ; TO-WIT: 19 and SO of a Plat of TI. Brevard County writing and rnunt state the Pino rat
8. Audible 11.Vex 23. r> .TlttlSViujS: iUlT, ANP; FARM lii.vltln Fruit and, Farm Lan Tty nerve hailDrpuly r'nlilcncD and post office addreis .<.r t
S ara11. Co. i'lat I of Section 19, Townxhlp claimant and iriust b* ,
the sworn
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,L,4.N.bB 1 (jU., a UMOlved( !'lnrlcllLrorpol'lIIon. Clerk \ l
Conacloua 8.. Yellow diseg / and the unknown as- 23: floiith, ; Rang 35 East t Urn- Court fleal) by the claimant' his agent, or ,v.,
12. Eagle'nest song bIrd 2' Spread i I t\lTi", aucceunre! In intermit, Iru..I...., yard County }Florida aoaordlng arc( 18, 23, SO, 1983, Jan. II ( iQDJ) torneyor It will b* void accortHnr
13. Braid 7.Jump grass dlrectorn, stockholders and other to a Plat thereof recorded !In I IoD.Lei a.
flat Book 1. Page E9, af said 1964. this lath day of J;>ncllmh..
U. Female coat 8. Sea eagle' to dry I Jiartfe* 'clarmlnit by, through, under r.
t or mtalnnt mid' corporation;: Public Records 1903.!
16: .Thong 9. Spring: 21. Open: M r c N ..EDUAK W. J5LLIS. C.'J.: WE8T' PARCEL TWO: If have real estateto sOfa Coomer j
17.Man' Bible poet '4 ttt ECKWITU.' A. II. ELLF.TT.W.'K. ': Lots S3 and 24 of TUu.vllle Fruit you Ofa Coomer Administrator of
nickname[ 10. King 31, Sea T.etera.r':. A.iww BRYSON tlaLf'Ql'uf and Farm Lnnda Co. fluniUvl.lon sell if are the' Estate of Leila Creech:
20.I( Burmese 18. Sun god duck 4(). Speck AND' COMPANY; :: ; aub-, qf Sectlnn 3O. :Township Z2 South, or you Noble, deceasedT ,
k k scribers nr members nf the last llanga'll East, according to Plat for real ) 1A, 23, 30, 1UC3, Jan. 4 i Mnn\i iH'il.
gibbon 17.Miniater's. 32.Hard U.Excla21. Board' of Director of TITCSVILLE: thereof recorded In Plat Book 2. looking choqe, ( I .
Pronoun house I money matlQrt FRUIT AND FAKJM: LANDS CU.. Page39.. 1'ubllc\ Records at 3tre- .classi r
2'. Subside Scot. 3:1.: Bovine 43. Conjunction t a dla.olved Florida corporation. and. vftrd County. Florida. estate, use ,our I
If married, all of You, and nch hereby Remember pay your Paper Boy
their apouaee of you are
2tJ. Fastened, 18.A kind ::11. 44. Assam
< tt7 Melancholy whom are not known to ,,be dead or notified thai a null to quiet title to fied columns. e
.' '.; \;> ., : J 1:. : as two oxen of hemp 38. Storm silkworm alive_:._ the_ above described .properly hat I
"" .' :' ,'J ,,;<#: :..<1 r<+ iiu ;rg.:: ",, iJl :28. Back of 19.1Ieadllke 39. Part of 4' L'o color, ---
the neck; structure "19 bo" as cloth WART HALF OF IT SURE GET6
sz :19.Peel THERE'? ANOTHER CUPCAKE MORE + A LITTLESAVESOAlE N01sv AROUND tr trI
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31>. Runs before ? HERE WHEN
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Ana Landers: Dear J Head: 2. Leather- H t1 4'1 I Q
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Whenever I .read a letter .in The qhief; .reason; people are unable workera I I

your column about middle-aged' remember>> names .la ..be tool /.( 'ia
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women having .affairs. witty\ ..mar: cause they Jail, ,to get .the\ name -

tied men I haveto, settle\ right .when hcy :are Introduced. else they ask IT they can come 'iv:MNTJI:TIIK riRcriT Jf.DUMI.rot'KT' flKCfIT OF THE INAMI

1 am 33 and I've. ,b een Caving Make A point( to $SK .that the t '.here. My mother and sisters .have FOR tlMRVARU ,4OUNTV,

an affair with a married man, for name be Repeated\ If you don't ,ctt no friends a id claim they (lon'tneed .fl.UKlDA.tllAMEHV MO. I1.1U

12 )'e n. ;This (Is ,not a large: ( the first ,Ume. No one ,will be friends ,because they .have :\ : ALLEN:-illTlrr.V'lL1.IAl1 : JOI1N3.

city and .we so everywhere\ ;to- .offend* I. ,It', ,flattering; ,in fact, eaci. | other.I Plaintiff P

gether. I .wouldn't ,give ,him up .became. .it indicates you're, : ,inter. dont: want that kind of a life. VERA JEAN JO v.INS. 1 1.7

for theprprlde lie is kind, generous ested. 1 find my relatives thoroughly Defendant
VERA JEAN JOHNS
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handsome and treats' ,me 'Uae the name In your first sentence .boring and so ,loci my .husband. ;TO 2112 CLKNDENINCHARLESTON STREET

that and associate }to.un we free ourselves from WEST ,
and .consideraUon. !
with respect f 9 person .
VIRGINIA OF COU 5e NOT,MY ,..UNLESS, OF COURSE,YOU PUT
lie hands oVerhlt ..uncashed, y. .the jiame'with\ something about them without creating resent'rnent YOU ARE IFJIKHY NOTIFIFD MR. / DEAR.I WONT EVEN YOUR ARMS AROUND ME FIRST!
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce I ( .
the individual. For example ? ABERNATHy I '
check every \week.: has been filed ngalnit you In the PAROUND Ap.MS

No man, regardless of looks, If ,,the ,wpman's! name/ is Mrs. $e- HOC TIED nbove-atyleil cower, and you ue i required THIS IS YOU... -e
to of An
nerve a OUR
copy your FIRST
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wealth or social position could laJereit \- kin ,and the has a pointed nose Dear Tied| : leer or Pleading to the Bill ofComplaint PATE, SO I i
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me. Nor could ,jny lover Mike i ,beakj, 'yo 'rt! home .fre; Forget about working this out ney.. I WALKER on the It Plaintiff PEARKON.Altar!113AVaihlngton .HOPEYOU Y

Jie charmed away by another :wo If |the man's name is Mr. TaU without resentment. It can't ,be Avenue, 'TUu-vllle, J ,O J J
Florida, and file the original Anpwer -
man lie Is ,the most important man and lie \tappens ,to be a done. or Pleading\( In the Office, of trie !k---t

shrimp, will .ma e A mental \ 1c' r\f the circuit Court on or he-
person i in my life and I have dedicated The tp yourself fare the MIGHT. Vj J Jr -
.note.that -Mr..raUman Is not tall ,only way free I SI day of JanuaryA.I: ), : ; .-- .5'JJ) .
,myself ,to keeping .him,! from the clutches of domineering 19C4. if you fall td 10 a DeriveJ'ro -: _
t that t this name doesn't Cnnfemo: will be taken 1IlIln.1
II tapd \
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In lovp.wlth! me. I am aecuce\; : ', relatives is to get busy wfthfriends you fur the relief demanded In the \
..becausethe flt. Bill of Complaint.IND :, .:
content and at -
peace and activities. Tell your DONE' ORDERED at TU.... IsOewb::

man la.my l husband.c ,Deliver me from the mental relatives, when they call ,that you vlll", Florida, thin Jnth day of IMC.emhnr % ,s,::'":.. P 1 f> tY
A. D., 1983.
cripple who makes nit effort to reMember -
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Sir LIFE have plans for the evening. Before {Court pent' ) '

FOR a name then tries to long .they'll\ QtI.e,, picture' CURTIS R. BARNES, as. A4a. ----- BUTM' WALL THEN VOU SHOULD TAKE S'DLIKETO AQ
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Dm ,se t: himself by .J Clerk. of n.I"! Circuit Court.
j ,excuse\ 11)111'1t. }\ JJy MR. 'SAFBISALLFILLED IT DOWN TO THE BANK. "MA1EA 1'- -

:Thank you for an unusual l 'let ,J'tt, ev fared( a face.!' Informative '; D'1)epulylaClerkDcr ABERNATHyou've f'a UR DEPOSIT] ( t- t

ter/ Any woman who.writes, '$leli Ann Landers'book frank"Xcen-\ and Bers. andSex" lied.. J3, 30, 1UU3, Jan. S, .13. (Mon.; ) SOTTO + GUESS j +

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new \
the moat Important person In Dear Ann Landers: r STOP r I'LL, J '
($2.95): ), Is now available\ ..... . STUFFIN3MONEX
life HAVETO.
!my and f have dedicated My husband and I moved '
myself ,to" keeping him -iaovo, .to this city after' ,haying} left ,it.as at Ann) Landers.store.will be glad ,to 'New Special l INyUIJR (C rte+ N j G\p TELLER

with me. ,can't: : miss. jjejwlyweds 12 years: ago: My.mohe
,help! you with\ your problems. Send AUTO POLICY
\ .!and.twp tsters live: ,here. them to her \\n care of this news .. rN nJaNES
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Dear-{\np ,Larjdqr.a: : they ,,are "thbtprpble.m., paper, enclosing! a stamped, Ifil,- I, ei.M.OOO Itclith I.lnMiitr' .'10.411IO il.iwo Jledlraleplooo ,
:Lime first k and \ Vnlnnureil
we rny .mother
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You ,visited our city rfccntlyand : addressed envelope.If IntnrUt.' I
Inthenellsppgr-writeup sisters 'virtually ..took'over ,my tout .V< ( H KNT HtKK JIHIVF.HK
about
family. thought IK) \uoiirtrcl.r I U III lu>rUrlr, te / enN
you tt< ,was [noted ,!that you /house \.anU ,,1 .I you 'have real t .estate rilunvlllArea from Tap. I

bar. a rs5o..faculty xemem- they.were.tryingp{ .helpful, but sell if (.No ,\li.mberiil.fvn| >
are
: to( or you
now I ;;realie ,they .are attempt- ,
boring .
names.The
Inability kto remember Ling jo involve ;.themselves in my looking( fprchoice real KEEL: INS. ,AGENCY. INC.

names hM beep a problem my .dally ,!life pn a continuing basis. estate use our classified gel rM.n"lh' ,Avenue
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They\want .husbanj and motoi l/t.r. S87-ll
my
life and It has caused be a great columns.

deal of ..embarrassment, '.pp.you visit them, every: evening or + I iiikW5 -
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have some sort ot a secret Astern -

? V '10", will you do a ,lot of I ( I I l

people a big favor and pass it TELEVISION.GUIDE C ,l r y 'I'ail'I

on? Thank you in advancelfor; ,
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any help. you can offer. I Ivy. A

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:1/1'/e Monday, January f, 1964 TWvsvllle (PlerUa) War .Aehvtiiall Page J-B went to visit with Adeline's, To Georgia And North Carolina) lost teachers from other North

aunt, Paula Schaffer, who Is 8S Mr. and Mrs. James Reid, Brevard Schools Wednesday

Indian River City Happenings yean of age. Paula is the twin 205 Indian River Avenue spent afternoon from 3:30: p.m. till 5:00:

sister of) Adeline's mother, who Christmas with two married p.m. for a music workshop. Miss

D passed away last year at the age daughters and Glona Cosentlne, Music .ordm
: a mauled son in tu 'a ate to &cd cr. &hut Dta Stn
of 9-1 She is in a Nursing Home Atlanta While there, the Relds utor, will demonstrate the use of 1f6ut
If a Watch Night Service Popular in New Smyrna Beach, and while decided to go on to North music materials

our two citizens were visiting, a Carolina where another married

: birthday party was .given: in her daughter: l' sides. They wire Work Oi Road
Youth Fellowship of the Indian honor.
P River City Methodist Church caught in the ice and snow Indian Ri'eru'nUl' extends.

n held a Watch Night Service on both in Georgia und the from Indian River City proper

' I y New Year'. Eve, in which! 20 Now Ytir's Eve Party Catclinas However, they are just cast! of Coquina foll'IIl'ntll'School. : \ : )

''I young people participated, They 1 > Ri all buck, safe and sound and Workmen are busy pro.

enjoyed an evening of fellowship, A gala New Year's Eve Partywas they brought one of their !grandSons ; paring: the surface of the thorough:

r which included a variety of held at the home of Mr. and back with them to slay here faro to tliu School while other 15
fa :Mrs R V Ashley, RIO Cleveland workmen
games and refreshments, which for u while. are putting in icnuni!
Road. Present, in addition to I the Slitters: on the oust 1 stile of this
In t talking to Jim Reid. he
were climaxed by the Service oft recounted
Holy Communion, conducted by host and hostess were Mr. and all the Ice and! snow street It is understood! that when COUPON TUES. & WED. PtcIALS(
Mrs Ed. Merriam, Mr and Mrs.
the have been ,
cutters: compieteet.action
the Rev. Robert Waddell. they had seen and stated "I am
0 M\ Butch, Mr\ and Mrs. W. B. will be taken to hard surface .
Those present Included' David foolish to spend money to see
. Hadwin and Mr. and Mrs Don this load to the School In
Bohannon, David Champion, snow and ice in Georgia and
1\1\ Waster\
Jerry Champion, Janet Chreist, North Carolina when I can sec the meantime homes are spring- ;.; -.- ,-, COUPON) .. -. ,- '
Eddie Davidson, Susan Bunbar, it for nothing on my T,V. net." ins up on cither side of the street I'

Tom Crumpton, Phil Elmore, In Hospital TOILET TISSUE

Ann Gray, Tom Hill, George Coquina School News Coquina School PTA
Cecil Bailey 534 Thor Aen'ie.was ,
Long, Glenn Long, Dianne Me' Enrollment of students has in Edward Fine, Stage III teacher
j Coskey, Ginny Markley, Lynne taken to Jess Parrish Hem creased at Coquina school following at Coquina Elementary: Sehool gj Reg. 15c Facial Ji
irial I last
Waddell, Robert Waddell David Hospital Thursday evening the Christmas Holidays. Enrollment will speak on Democracy at the C Quality Lydia forGray
suffering from pneumonia. 9 II e
&:
Webber, Ellen Webber. Steven the
increased from 673 t tlHO la.> regular monthly meeting ot

Webber, Richard Wheelus, Rev children Two Additional Coe.uina: PTA tonight at 8.00 p.m L,mil, 10 w Ih gaupan thru Wt4. 1/

and Mrs. Robert Waddell, Jet Newlywed Mr. and Mrs. John Harris New Citizen teachers will begin teaching en His address entitled "The Right } ,..."'Sv'v',1'11""Y4SV47Sr ,

frey Wheeler, Gregory Wheeler Klrnt>erll'y Rac Hartung, January 23rd, when the second( to Fail" should be of utmost interest 1
and Mr and Mrs, J. D. Wheeler. many The bride'i father gave From NY. semester begins. and importance to every pdjsKc COUPON 1
of Mr. mind Mrs. Rich-
daughter
her in marriage. Present at the Jim Casey Long Island N.Y.. <
Wadding ceremony were many friends of visited! Major and Mrs. Josipli did I.. Hartimg was born in one.This SWEETA
Dangerous Practice and similar
program\: ones
Jess Memorial
both the bride and inckiil. Canzano, 243 Coronado Dlvd I'anbh HospilM
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groom
recently
An Old Year's Eve wedding in the have been !
The future designed
State of Florida
December She is the '
t took place at the home of Mr\ ing Toni! Ingram, Johnnie Poff, on his: way back to New on 30. that a separate drive be providedand reruns to bring the teachers l hl'Con'> the Reg. 69c Pocket Size CSquibs'
1 and Wendell grand: -daughter uf Mr. and Mis
Sandy Puckett, An York from Miami, where lie had
and Mrs\ Dennie Smith, 128 S. maintained for school buses parents, It ia hoped that in this 2 9
ita and Janice Mazare and scv been vacationing.From. Howard Freeman: 4, Orange Ct Swede
U. S. No. 1, when the Rev. D. others. at or near any school. Such 4 way, a closer association between r
oral
V McAllister Pastor of the Central drive has been provided at lo teachers and parents can

Baptist Church, Joined in An informal' reception was held NC. Christmas Baby quina! Elementary School on
Holy Matrimony John Harris and bridal following the ceremony when Mrs. Carl Ilurnpliny and. time Mr and Mrs Donald HeacockRIM.TVICW East side of the School Despite The Rev. C. II Thointon of the 7CS ,"V'y",1 .
cake
and coflee was sereed sons, Richard, William and Carl,
Brenda Smith, of Mr.
daughter
Tiuilir Park went several public notices and signs Indian River City Baptist Church, ,,
and to the guests. The groom Jr, ire visiting with her hus.band' ;. COUPONGRIFFIN ttz, ", .s.y...
Mrs Smith.
works for the T. G. Lee Dairy parents, Mr and Mrs. north just before Christmas to on the drive designating it u, a will open the meeting with the "
The bride's sister and her hus school bus route devotions. [j] [j]
rare
Company of Orlando. lie is a for Curtis II Humphrey, 212 Pineda Pennsburg', Pa., their old hometown passenger
band, Delores ana Douglas Cant. mer member of the U.S. Marine Drive while her husband, Stuff On Christmas Eve Donald are using the school bus drive. Following the program Mrs COVER

Icy stood up for them at the cere- Corps. Sergeant Carl Humphrey of the had to rush his wife, Susan, This endangers the lives of cliild, Harold Gray, P.T.A. President
ren. Visitors to this school arc will hold short business meeting 10 Reg. 19c Griffin C I R
U S. Marine Corps, normally ota. to (lie Allentown Hospital, near a 11
S. Penn encouraged to respect this ngu A report on the Christmas ; Famous Shoe
W. C S. New tioncd at Cape Lejiene: N.C. is !"burg, und she gave birthto

The Executive Board of the on a cruise with ills organization a son, Stcxcn, on ChristmasEve. lation. bazaar carnival held Dec 14 of Scuff Cover

SPECIAL Indian River City Methodist Wo in the Panama Canal Area Carl last year will be &given: at thi M Lima | with .auto thru all M
Music Workshop
men's Society for Christian Servo has been in the U S. Marine Corps This is the Heucocks second time Refreshment! will be scived rt y.WNWW..vv1, /

will meet since 1951. Mrs, (Carl Humphrey child. have Jeffrey Coquina Elementary School will after adjournment -.
ice Tuesday, at 9::30a They a boy, 1 ; -
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OFFERfrom .m. at the church. Is also visiting for several days 2'/j', "years It is understood -- --- COUPONMattress: T

The regular meeting of the with her sister in Orlando Cur. that the licncueks will return ,

society will follow at the same tis Humphrey works for the Pitts- this week. Fresh I

place at 10:30: a.m. )Mrs, Jack burg Pipe Company on the expansion i

Wheeler President of the W.S. C. of the Orlando Utilities From Rhode Island } .. Big 1.00 Aerosol

S. will be in charge Baby sitters Commission's Indian River Plant con. Make) your C

DOROTHY GRAY will be available at the Churchfor Mr and Mil. William Stowell' r SURE APJD COMEA .. mattress small

both meetings Crossing Under Repair of Warwick, Rhode Island, aryl I Like Sunshine/

visiting with her sister and biothtrinUw. Limit | win, ......" thru. W.d. I/a
Wr' noted in this column some
Garden Club Mats Mr. and Mrs Han -
time ago that the F E. C. Railroad 1 OUR PRICES r r 5d
Indian River City Garden Club old Whitaker 203 Indian Rivet w
Crossing on Highway No 50
i1 will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday, in this oily was a ha/ard to traf Avenue The StovelU have a COUPONAEROWAX----5--1

at the Civic Center. Guest speak. lie because of its uneven surface variety store in Warwick, and! flllP'tflI$ $ BUY F

er will be Mrs. Jack Wheeler coupled with rails that wire way plan to vacation hose two mon: I
who will speak on South Florida ths. 021 Wamrrtnoton D l Tlt lllai 1
N..nee. Hi CrtM III.|>.M,IM tt.JS above the surface of the sur 8. vr *>w
Garden Attractions, Hostesseswill ------
rounding areas. We note with sat LZi7 Full Quart Sue C

Hormone Hand Craam. Makes be )Mrs.' Carl Jackson and hfaction! ( that the west rails have All Purpose

hand holding soft with this tuxuri- Mrs D. C Bartlett been torn out and the whole level I ORLANDO DIRECTORY I II Household Wax

ous vanishing cream. Rich In vital crossing is being: worked on to
hormones, It leaves hands looking I To Tampa give: the traveling public a Li limit I rim sum n thrv WX ate

younger, firmer, smoother .Is Mrs. Bertha H. Stringer, W. Co
smoother
route. ART SUPPLIES JL FRAMINGSTERN'S AWNINGS OFFICE SUPPLIES 1 4 1pia
never sticky or greasy. 4 oz. reg. quina Avenue, spent Christmas ----- I
$2.50, now $1.25. in Tampa with her son and daughter Aluma-Kraft, Awning Inc. v 1WvOa, COUPON; Tetan
PENNEY'S BOOK STORE INC.
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ART CENTER
.in.law Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moves To Ranch MARQUEES PATIOS

Stringer. Ivan Stone, resident for several ORIGINAL PICTURE PAINTINGSART FRAMING SCREEN ENCLOSURES Orlando Open All Day Saturday I I -1 ICill" ROACH ANT AND KILLER >
Manufactured In
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years on U.S, No. 1 South, in the SUPPLIES PRINTS Call Collect One of Orlando' Moat Complete

1f' To Jax. building which formerly was the No Down Payment-Free Estimate Line of Office Suppllei Full Pint by Colgate
.,..... Judge and Mrs\ L. B. Newman U. S. Post Office near internet NON-GLARE GLASS 413 Brookhavon Dr., Orlando Kills All BugsEspeciollr C
Ids No. Orlando
Orange Ave. IM W Pine, Orlando 422.3454
spent Christmas in Jacksonville ion of U. S No 1 and Highway GA 24139 / Ants & 2 8

visiting in the home of their son, 50, was in Knoxville Tenn. recently AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION CONSTRUCTION -EQUIPMENT- PAWN SHOP Roaches
Robert and family. to visit with his daughter
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; LImO 1 mlti reaps this w.sa
and with his brother lie has re ORLANDO AUTOMATIC t
tri seta Letl.\)00 vtlM I*II 09 FULL LINE OF/ h.
Visitors turned and has now moved to his TRANSMISSION SERVICE Earth Moving Equipment Johnny Gentile'sPawn

Dry Skin Lotion. Silkens. softens, Recent visitors at the homeof ranch at Christmas. lIe has Central Florida' Oldest and Ex. Adams Construction Shop UUI.O; q

protects you all over. even extra Mr and Mrs. E. L Rhlnchart named his ranch the "Three S. elusive Automatic Transmission :
dry spots like heels and elbows. W Coquina Avenue, included Ranch." Mr Stone works at the Shop Rebuild, Exchange, Repair Equipment Co.Sales Eitab. I Year
4,000 Miles *0 Days Warranty! A Rental Brush-Top
Dispenser top makes It easy to Ed's sister and her husband, Mr. Cape for NASA and recently was 204 N Orange or Bl. Trail, t 1342 W. Church W* Buy, Sell and Trade" Anything CLEANER
use 12 oz.$2.00 value for $1.00. and Mrs William Corum, and son awarded a 20.year pin for service GA 2.S9W. orl.lo'l "-L l')siw2", Orlando 473-4474 Guns, TV, Camera, Radio, etc. I 1

Robin, of Jupiter. The Corums -- -- --- 1122 W. Church, Orlando, GA 5 4085 Reg. 29c Bottle n
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E'CKERDDrugstores. formerly lived on Jepson Street AUTOS- .- IMPORTED FLOOR COVERING PAINT WALLPAPER with Brush Felt 1 iLst t JC y
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here. Other visitors included To New Smyrna Beach '
RENAULT PEUGEOT Do It Yourself and Sara! WATKINS PAINTS Top. Easy to Use M
Commander Robert Colopy, his Miss Adeline SchncMir Itolc> ;. <
WALL TILE FLOOR :/ .. .
Gad. 111
& WALLPAPER Limit I with u n thru
wife and 3 sons, all from Satellite pine Avenue, and Mrs H IISi REHSE MOTORS Contra! Fla's. Largest Stock ..1Asphalt ." .1 I

Beach. seen: South U S 1, recently Sale A Service Vinyl, Plastic Cork Tiles Mural Plastic -Coated Wanton Wallpaper- B.nl| }-__ Y r, r-x {r,'r,. rL.rr.Y" a

500 Pattern in Stock COUPONLADY
TROPICANA TILE AND
249
Boon St. Orlando Moor. Paint

Quality Used Imports 904 FLOOR N. Orange-Orlando-423.141E COVERING Free Decorating Service ESTHER '
906 N. Orange-Orlando-425.2521
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CITIZENS BANK AUTO SALES fc SERVICE FLOOR. COVERING PLATING ELECTRIC
Always Come First" "- CARPETS BY LEI'S-r Reg.1,4IJJor

GIVES YOU /Kwla11. aI..IIUII I / Famous Lady Esther4Purpose 56C /
Orlando Motors Inc.
KarmUn cabin Crafts 1'1sI.Uu.. ,
l>r.p 411 N. Orange Blossom Trail Docamtlni MtrvlL e"llum riming thrum
"CompleteCoverage" Unit I old (r..r.e5.Y W, t. t/e
GA S 2611 BARNES DRAPERY &. FLOOR .
hiivrr Nit kol Copper. Ir.u i ilIuUlnll
T Dodg. Dart Dodge Truck COVERINGS, INC.
) Flit Jaguar A M.rc.des-Beni :Hull N. Ornn.. Orlando 11.34111 and i.nequ.'ring, COU1'OV!
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l "We Service What W* Sell"

J l AUTO- SALES t SERVICE -- FURNITURE. PET" SHOP L cuS:: SHAM
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I \ / on your MONEY needs: HAVERTY'S NEW HOURS 1 .POf.1 ,
l SIMPSON MOTORS 9.00: a.m. until 6:00: p.m. : .
Bonus FREE
54 Store Buying Power 6 days a week.
PLYMOUTH
VALIANT
Save You More Creme Rinse
CHRYSLER After hour end on Sunday
Installment Sal* 100 Mil* Free Delivery by appointment only Reg. 1.00
I Low Easy Terms :
Loans Puts and Service oMn Man. bet Muss III e ,' M. LAKE BARTON PET SHOP ..... _. ,
Used Cif 421 N. Orange Orlando CH 1-5371 5410 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando Lime1 .to stirs" W.1." 3/a Iaac.cacrda I

10040 N. Orange, Orlando, GA 2.4541 .. Phone 2773033 .
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Car AUTO SALES &. SERVICE --
Loans -- --- "Bull's
Pawn & FLORIDA TRAILER FOAMING

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k' FHA ( J Bank Financing to 7 Year .
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Mobile Homely TampiceTrapicana
Loans & Trades oa Anything a C LCleans.
Flare Foaming! Ajax 11
Mew Truck ,- tfvilTru<"ki Specializing In Guns Florida Made For Florida Living
Purl' *.rvl.,-* Open I A. M. to 7 P. M. I Clean Used Mobile Home .".
all at l SUPERIOR GMC TRUCKS, INC. Route 50 en Way to Orlando 720 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando
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1 New JL Ud Mobil. Homes ..
/ Central Fla'*. Leading Dealer for Cretiland Parkway 1i1$ TRAVEL Ivalon
IIll/l/ STUDEBAKER LARK BMW Badger Expanda .,,, 0'BUREAU Sponge
1f/ gas N. Orange Orlando -4U.M04 |
Tremendous Solectlon of Used Bank Financing to 7 Years ,
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No down p.'tnt-I! Day Service YOUR WINTER ABOUT PLANTING Your 3f .( b Slala 1/f44 ( S.tHt.JCI11'I'

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11122 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando Needs!
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'For RentAARtMNTS Help Wanted'FULL. Mobile Homes r Real I Estate Real Estate

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CLASSIFIED I OR part time positions in TRAILERS FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE

INFORMATION FOR RENT your community Good personality -- HOUSES FOR SALE ,
\ and appearance age 25-60. HENSLEE 8 x 29, '59. Excellent VERY NICE new 3 bedrooms

DFADMVE 3pm. Day lI,t..r.. FURNISHED ELEctRIC kitchen, i Ready to accept position immediatcly condition. Can be seen at Dixie bath and half large Florida' and NEW SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2 tile ,
rutllotlon For Wed. *. Fri. shower. Suitable for 2 or 3 gentlemen If selected. For local interview Trailer Park. Call 2875BOO. utility/ room, pump, large f fenced baths. Large living room, wallto
HAM. "''a I. For Mon. Publication' 2114 Old Dixie Highway L t write fully to Personnel --- -- yard low down payment Per- wall carpets. screened back
ill, Eau Gallic. kiss Realty 2673940t conditioningand \
i Manager! Box porch. Central air
1 BEDROOM furnished apartment 1_, :k f' I : 'r i MOONLANDMobile Builtm range and
heating.
WANT AD RATES : ; I i BEDROOM; 1 bath, central beat
I ,WANTED, SEMI: retired couple to
utilities furn- $750
$ All
cents disposal.
pr Word for rent. $100 lot. oven, dishwasher
and alrcondl tioned. on 1 acre
Minimum charge Sic Oak Ave., IRC manage small motel. Apply Box r.I 7-1928
ished. Adults. 400 I Home Sales down, move In.
i OB, Star Advocate, state full 12500. Call Wessner Realty,
ALL CLA lflEt* 'XC<* t I'BEDROOM furnished C downtown;; ; I particulars. 267-7125. BEDROOM, 2 bath, new lowdown \
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE location. 311 Julia, 2672103. U.S. 1 North of Overpass section in
bath and $800 Nicest
3 BEDROOM % payment.
I MALE AND FEMALE
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Ekcept t t bll h d AccountaCIq..IrIed Titusville Phone 287-3584
REVERSE CYcLE heating One down Assume mortgage Titusville. Forest Hilrs.
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bllplay Rate AU"abl.on bedroom, living room, kitchen I FRY COOK, experience not neces 2677343. 3-BEDROOM- -, 2 bath, carporte, on

Requect. ette. Apply Florida Theatre. I sary. Apply in person. Home's 1 NICE 3 bedroom, 2 bath home a large tot 267-0316.
Restaurant, :5 I ml. north of Mims
Th Star
-Advoeat. rtktrtei the
>rlvlle.(* of rcvlilnr or rejecting, APARTMENTS AND trailers. on Highway No. 1, $1.25 per hourto Mobile Home Owners double carporte' screened porchon
any ilvertl .Tnent which It deem.objectionable Weekly, monthly rites. Adults J1\P\ 1b'l.UU11RflU ( startFEMALE. beautiful Mendel Lane. MoveIn LAKIN
and lei change the today Mr. Evans. 267-S267.
d..ottlcaUnn from that ordered nr uy to advorUo..mjont conform. to 6nly. 504 tlarden.DUPEX'POR' HELP WANTED LIVE RENT Priced to sell. I GORDON
RENT i---
the The policy 8tr-Advoctt of thli piper will not be iI I BEAU'rCIANWANTED Ray SEE THIS spacious '4 bedroom u

reeponoibte for mar than ODe Incorrect 2 BEDROOM! completely alrcon- mond's Beauty Lounge, Indian FREE home at too Hibiscus in Forest GREETINGSAt
Iniertlon nor will It b. utility room. River City Phone 2673186. Hills Featuring central heat and
liable for any error In advertlrw ditioned carporte. \ riC I air, 2 bathrooms, lovely paneled
the mpfiti cost to of a the greater*pac.extent occupied.than Phone 267-7151. _ : \MAID\ FOR small motel unit. Short Invest $20 down payment and family room, dining room, nice this happiest season of the year,
by ;
the Item In the advertltementnuiilneu MERRITT ISLAND, new 2 bed hours good pay. 2675407. pay, only $20 monthly' and you patio, oversized utility room, nice we wish to extend to you heartiest
room, duplex apartment. Central IW.\NTED-CURB at Fransrn's will I buy and possess your own over sized lot. See Mr. Evans or and warmest greetings for the holiday
heat and air.conditioning.'Vaeant.: I : % girl extra large full acre trailer lot. call 2673267 This will not last. and sincerest wishes
Office US Main tre.tDI.I Drive In on U. S. 1. No phone season
landlord. -- -------
Houra AM 8 7.413:11ornce :00:to 11:30: 2672570. < calls_please_ ___ ____ Don't Become tear your up rent own receipts each 3 AND 4 bedroom homes, Forest for May a prosperous take this Happy opportunity New Year to
lxi. M64 M eel's Hills and other desirable locations we
FOR RENT K.us C..IOOI Syudka. month. More than 150 happy
HOUSES WANTED IMMEDIATELY[ woman Trades considered. 267-3267 thank YOU for YOUR past jwtren- \
Animals "SaV anj-thlng'yOu like, but don't ask me if I'd care for child care and light families now reside in our Beau age and say we look forward to
UNFURNISHED, 2 bedroom, central to step outside! housework Prefer live In. See tiful Trailer Community. Only a 3 AND 4 bcoroom Mme, Forest serving you. Your friends and
MINIATURE adults. only $125 monthly. Mrs. Giles after 5:30: p.m. week few lots left. Visit us and see Hills and other desirable locations neighbors in the future.
2
black Poodles, Clinton Motel.UNFU10NSI1ED. days, anytime weekends. 3379 for yourself the finest Mobile Trades considered. 267
AKC registered Asking $100 but Elder St.. Gardendale. Home Park in all Florida. 3267 Lakln & Gordon Realty
make offer. 267-5196 3 bedroom, 1
For Sale For Sale -- ---------
bath Whispering Hills. $135 perionth. IIOIJSEWIVESMOTHERSNeed ': CHRISTMAS PARK 2 BEDROOM house, dining room
POODLE CLIPPING And groom. Route :50 Christmas, Florida Registered real estate Brokers
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Call
267-6837 I extra money to meet those and Downtown Washington
garage.
in,. Call 267-3102 for FURNITUREBkA.ND AM 7 3023 Titusville
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appoint. Phone Orlando 2751727 23 Main
beds dr Christmas bills? You work
merit. ANTIQUES, FABRICS S8- NEW overstocked. Must may Avenue. Suitable for small
LARGE UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom err, rugs, linoleum, dining\ rofom' I sell 7 piece living room suites. ten to thirty hours or more a Direction 12 wiles west of business and! home combination
2 bath. $135: a month. set washing machine, week in a prestige businessnousual US No. 1 & Titusvilleon available 267-2311
HORSES FOR RENT, $2.50 per hr. PhOne 267.2829.i"BEDROOM vacuum $119.77. 3 Complete rooms< $248.50, Highway 50. Financing LOTS FOR SALE
Beautiful refrigerators chairs, rockers, canvassIng. Good personality -
riding trails, hones no money down, easy terms. Call
boarded $25 up per month. Mrs. f r I-bdt; ;Temple and platforms, heaters, feather! 2675735 Open/ Sunday, '106 and appearance, age 23: to 60 FIND
ONE LIKE IT
Wells, 349.4781.POODLE Heights in Mims AM 70363. pillow. Bjyview Shop, '1412 So. School church, scout or 4.II[ work 85' x 135': PORT MALABAR, lot in
For local interview TRAILER LOn FOR RENT excellent location. Pay low equity
-- -- ---- Washington. 267-3940. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, only helpful. write
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CUPPING $8. n month. Call 267-6626 after
Beautiful EDGEWATER, 3-bedroom home, fully to Personnel Manager, Box and $15
sib' In white toy-mln. stud fee KEYSTONE Movie Camera\ 8 MM 25c each at the Star-A ate I 151: Eau Gallle. LOT 100 x 220, Christmas Park. Titusville 5 p.m.OVER .
utilities. _
$75. Mrs. Wells 349-4781. unfurnished $125: plus 1530 Hardy St. Indian River City. -- --- Phone Orlando 27S-1939. Children 86 x 120 beautiful
------- Park Avenue Realty, 103 E. Park FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine MALE HELP WANTED welcome. 11 miles West on Road wooded Lot Paved Streets, V." acre lot. 150: 'ftot\) ) road

Building & Const. Ave., E gewater_ ____ SPINET PJANO and used Electric furniture 8 piece bedroom suite. ._ :50 Sidewalks. New 3 Bedroom, 2 frontage. Mtms. $1500 cash. 287-
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Organ. AM 0598 after 8pm. 7 piece dinette all only $13.85 I
OFFICES FOR RENT --- -------- per month. Decor Furniture, 206 ROUTE SALESMAN apply only TRAILERS FOR RENT bath home. Central heat and 1310. -

VIDY CONSTRUCTION residential -- -- ---- CIRCULATING OIL heater, $25 N. Magnolia Avenue Indian River between 2 and 5 p:m. ForemostDairy air, Dishwasher $14,390. Liberal APPROXIMATELY' 1 *cre lot in
commercial and remodeling SMALL\ ''BUILDING for office or Phone 2677094 City. Phone 2677613. Norwood Avenue SMALL TRAILER, all modern Terms. Will consider paid Whispering Hills area. $3500. Call
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12 years in Titusville. Licensed Shop, $::10. See on Hwy 50 near! APPLIANCE SALESMAN full ideal for couple or 1 person. Call for house trailer In trade. Titus. Wessner Realty, 287-7125
and bonded: Phone AM 7-2328. U.S. 1 or call call 2(70928 STEREO, ADMIRAL, console, 'For Sale or Rent time employment. Apply at W. T 267-4607. vOle 267-2834 Robert M Evans,
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fruit wood finish, white pole
one Grant Co., Pirtle Plaza. Builder, owner.LOOKING.
ROOMS FOR RENT tamp. 267.3140.) ''SO 3 bedroom Great Lakes trailer.I
-- Moving StorageLOCAL '
Child Care 267-1961. BRANCH REPRESENTATIVE C6nt1l't d.d tn "N xt PegsEXCELLENT
ROOM FOR rent for 2 working 1 SET 'used; metal I bunk beds with -
Career for
J opportunity aggressive AND LONG distance
mov
men. 602 Tropic. mattresses' $49.50, used dresser 3 BEDROOM house, separate dinIng -
CHILD CARE In my home day or $24.50. Used refrigerators $20 00 room family room and patio I young high school graduateIn ers. Moving storage, packing,
week. 2675777. NEWLY FURNISHED heat, airconditionlnf' up,'Used TV $25.00 Vf.) AM 7-3365.: Vi acre lot. 1830 S. Smith Drive. our Cocoa office Good salary, shipping cold fur storage crating
----- -- sleeping room, pri- ear allowance, ;5; day week. Public tree estimates. 267-3341. I
WILL CARE for children and do weekly.I 267-7923. NAVEL ORA. GEs4 .25 a bush Phone 2676921. Loan Corporation 515 Bre Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower. FOR

ironing in my home. Day or el. Sweet pink! grapefruit-$$100 vard Ave., Cocoa. Phone 267'' THE ULTIMATE
night. 2674118. ROOM AND BOARD, 25: minutesto up End 6f Garden! St. and South 7950 or NE 6-7511. Personal 3 BEDROOMS 1 BATH

Cape. Phone 267-4108.) Lake. 2073008KELVINATOR. ---- I _____ DESIRABLE 4. BEDROOM I 2 1410 OAK TERRACE
CHILD CARE by hour day or --- --- ------ HONEY with all the secretarial bath home, 1 block from
only
week, ndlan River Heights t to 3 rooms for reM. Prefer wo-j 30" range, white Real Estate'Investments WANTEDReal .
the Indian River in one of the
men. 2675193SLEEPING I positions now open and with those :DOWN
$400.00
UI.7.5768. :
porcelain, good condition. $40. I most sought after locations in
Estate Salesman that will be opening everyday
2673159. Titusville Situated large
ROOMS and efficiencies on a
For Rent from now why don't you enroll
on
Apply In Person 100 x completely landscaped
for rent. 801 Orange St. 267 'QUALIFIED 3U'2ER
HowelTs Business
double cat- at Collegefor
3100. GIBSON GUITAR,' > lot this all brick home leaves -
ARTICLES FOR RENT I away, double pickup,' ''Isitifercsse. ''DUPLEX Modern :132"ft. I Schwartz complete secretarial train little to want. Has extra 'MOVE RIGHT IN .
LARGE SLEEPING room' for 'rien lender amplifier 2.10 inch frontage on Magnolia Ave.- Sydney ing? I did. Their new term begins large, all'ettric\ kitchen with
FOR RENT Private entrance' $12. 2670968 speakers equipment like new. 29% down handles. REALTOR January 6, 1964 and I am oodles of cabinet space. For
267.767$ after 4:30:: p.m. registered. Call 2671181. mal dining living 94:00: per MONTH
room plus
: J ____ _ ___ 1141 .
n Hopkins
Floor Sanders Polishers REASONABLE RATES '": day, MOTEL Modern 8 unit and room and family room make
Phone AM 7.3255: week 'or month. Telephone' 267. KENMORE AUTOMATIC washer, living quarters centrally located Plumbing Supply this the! Meal place to raie a INCLUDES ALL
ll First $30 takes It.
12 capacity.
0413. > only $19,000 down .
< 1------ --- family. Has large completely
YOUNG MAN with sates experience
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET See at 1039 Alford ,St. Lakevlew 1I PRINCIPALINTEREST
I SEPTIC TANKSof finished 2 car closed garageplus
to fruit shippingand
NEWLY FURNISHED, air con- Hills. FISH CAMP Titusville Area- manage
Baldwin Center 1
Shopping a laundry room and extra
TV Maid service. Modern 2 bedroom home curio shop. Phone 267-0413
ditinnlng, $25 precast concrete, steel-reinforced
weekly. 2327 S. Washington or ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR, 1st boats Lake and Rrtad Frontage for appointment. I state.approved, sizes 540 storage conditioned room.and, Completely heated. Very air TAXES

APARTMENTS FOR RENT call 2674407.: j 267 class.4173.running condition, $50 Call -'Full price 39000. $90, 45 HOUR, Men 2145. Pass out gals.. 630 gals., 735 gals.. and 1000 realistically priced at $28700; INSURANCE

BEDROOM, electrically equipped LOW' rates, clean rooms for work TRAILER PARK Excellent free gifts take orders. Car and gals. Grease traps installed, tanks and there if a mortgage on the
and cleaned drain fields
GUITARS, ukuleles, band Instru phone needed. Protected terrl- pumped property. Call us today for an
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centrally located Adults only: men 103. Call 2876185 or 267 Location Good Investmentat
relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman Call 267-1932 9 to 3
ments. Beach. 252 5284, 7-9 only or write appointment to see.lIA .
Call 267-6781 or 2672901. 3992. $112,500. 29r down handles.
i Tanks Inc., Phone AM 7-
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LESSONS on all Instruments. tory. Call Mr. Silver at Daytona Septic 267-5126 after 3:30:
2 BEDROOM unfurnished apartment STORE SPACE FOR RENT KIRK SCHOOL, OF'MUSIC RESTAURANT-CdmpIete business Box BF. 4421 P. O. Box 2016, Titusville, '".
Phone 267-2533. I 212S W. Tropic 267-638S Equipment and good Florida. .
STORE, 2470 sq. ft., ideal for hard, will Seats 50 Take over Mobile Homes __
ware. Air conditioning! and lieat.1 REPOSSESSED SPINET piano due for $3,500.: total. Real Estate .
On Garden St. Plenty of parking.AM to transfer Perfect condition. TRAILERS FOR SALE : If yfcu have fearestate l
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WaterfrontDUPLEX 72325.STORE I Take up small monthly pay BUILDING LOT
meets.KIRK. ARROWREALTY '59! WHITLEY 38 x 8, 1 bedroom to sell 'or ft ydu are
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SPACE 20 by 60 ft. In Magnolia SCHOOL OF MUSIC trailer. Very good condition TRAILER or building plot, 60 x ,
100 ft. Riverfront Plaza. $125: month. Rentor 2126 W. tropic 2676385 Priced to sell 267 6952:I: 400 ft., beautiful palms and oaks, : '
CBS In excellent condition, lease. AM 71928.ForSale. I near Lake Harney, $1,000. Easy R tALTO? $ .S. : looking forchoke'realestate '
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39000. CHRISTMAS LAY-AVAY, Never terms. Mrs Wells 349-4781.
WATERFRONT HOME Modem I Picked Up, 64 Model SwingNeedle GRAND OPENING -- ''Use rbdr 'classi
2 bedroom, carporte, built-J :Dial.0-Matic. Makes I HOUSES FOR: SALE 412 Main St. Titusville, Fla ,
in oven and range Move In I' Fancy Stitches, Mikes Button
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with $2,000 down. CLARINET, BUNDY! used. Excel holes, Sews On Buttons, Monograms AM 7.7037 I SALEAUTHORIZED OWNER WILL sell 2 bedroom Phone 267500(5( fied c luNths,

200 FT. U. S. No. 1 To River, I lent condition. Reasonable. Phone Embroiders, Darns, double garage, utility room. 267-
Bellwood Area. Good highland 267-7554. I Patches, Etc. Cost $129. Now 4 \ 311 North Dixie Highway SKYLINE 2470.

f sellv.MJintm; available t I 30 GALLON water heater, glass Payments tof $!J.OO Left on Ac (On U. S. No. 1)) DEALER FURNISHED, 2 bedroom King
count. AM\ 7.5520.iSALLICRAFTERS.
p lined, brand new, ancrated. $65.' 5OxlO.2Br.-$3,885 room separate dining room
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value. 26171808.GIBSON SHORT wave Indian River City family room, utility room large Whispering I. .R. C

180 FT UM S 1 at'o River Excellent radios) George's .Electronics, A size 4 price for every pocketbook yard back fence, citrus trees
i n GUITAR, dual pickups, Don R. Mancini BrokerHoward -
or apartment values Central heat, fireplace. Immediate
authorized distributor, Honest Honest
site. 24900. Terms, dual speaker.amplifier. $300.' your Hopkins Ave. 267-4631 1412 possession. 267.:5470. 1. New 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath 2 Story -
Call 7-6 2079041FURNITURE : service. ---
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.80 ACRES on Indian River
Tot Room Kitchen Combination
3 BEDROOM, 114 bath, corner Family ( -
Over 1 mile River
$600 per acre. frontage. I A square deal at all times across from Country Club. AM Formal Dining Room Scteened 'Patio

300 FT. U S. No.1 Frontagewith C Long Term Bank Financing T-0564 or AM M13.: and Central Air, Heat Oversee Single

Riparian Rights Apart I Johnson's'Needs Garage 2 Blocks to New Elementary
ment or Motel site In City a Free Delivery & Setup School) 3 Blocks to Indian River Plaza

Limits $37,500.: 3 rooms of fine furniture- MARTIN'S MOBILE BE SAFE! Shopping. $750.00 Down Payment No
600 Ft. U. S. No 1 with Riparian '
: HOME SALES Qualifying Move in Today.
Rights South of Cocoa 8 IrJIece bedroom suit, 7 -
1224 N. U.S. I .:. N. of
Overpass
Good buy at $06 per front foot. piece living room and .
5 piece dinette -group AH for Titusville 2 7 3081 I BE SURE! 2. New 4 Bedroom, 1 Story 2 Bath -
Cooks and
Porters Florida Room- Family Style Kitchen -
ARROWREALTY Only Bar
Deal Only Eating Dishwasher Central

513.85 We Offer Free Life Insurance, Hospitalizatlon, Surgical I Heat and Air Conditioning. Comer'Location -

Benefits' Credit UniOn and A Liberal Vacation Pay. Close to School and Shopping.

Par Mo. Apply In Person, Tifusvllle WiihAREALTOR Price $20,500.00 With $1,00000 Down.


AM 7-7037 DECORFURNITURE 3. 4 New 3 Bedroom Homes Just Completed -

311 North Dixie HighwayOn I I SEE Each Has 2 Baths and Central Heat
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE
( U S. No 1)) Indian River (City Look for this and Air Conditioning. Price $l5P0.00

Indian River City Phone 267-TO3 lymbol for :your VA No Down Payment F. H. A., $600..

Don R. Mancini Broker I 206 N. Magnolia Ave ;HOME SUBDIVISION protection.Integrity It signifies e bown.


"Featuring and high profes. 4. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath, Florida Room Heat

.. . : sional standing. Deal only and Air $15,500.00-$550.00 Down, F.U.A

Kids Walk'to School! with a Realtor Only a
I LARGE 75* 'x 110 LARGE POOL; Realtor displays this seal. 5. 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath Florida Room.

Heat and Air Close to Schools and

'I LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARD George M. Barley, Jr., Shopping. Reduced to 16500.00 $650..

L : WATER HORSESHOES, Etc. Inc. 00 Down.

'1 'Moin1L' feihe Kitchens! _' .. Bryan-Conway & I

Winstead, Inc.:

S J. \V. Childre, Realtor S

$95 DOWN $30 'MONTHLY Conforti, Realty '

,.
tteds Rel xCOmfOffl! Sydney Schwartz
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north om S Danenburg'j Beach:

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

-:HUNTER"PARK mile 267-5586.to our entrance on right. For ftee Informationcall S Duffy's Real EstateS George M. Barley, Jr., Inc.

Edwards Realty
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'HOMES! nCED FROM Ed Kittles Agency HEAL ESTATE

: $16,200 FlI! DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK.TODAY! I L. B. Newman

,N BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES 342 S. Washington Tltusville 267-3622
: INDIAN RIVER CITY 241$221I. I AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK S M. N. Weir & Son, Inc.:



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January e, 1964 Tltusvllle' (Florid) Star Advocate Peg, 5-! sing for ths CommissIon to udopt


Star-Advocate Classified Ads I A LOVELIER YOUBy Citrus Head Cites Mcli Other a program"chal\e\ .* and cpportunitios" .


Mary Sue Miller Needs ( men'ioned! by Hooks

Advertising for 1904 ;.ncluded "businesslike

I Continued from Preceding P.g. ,Used Cars & Trucks Wanted To BuyOLD new policies and' programs growing '
Florida citrus will have to frtsh And processed citrus pro
Real EstateLOTS out of the Booz Allen &
'58 VOLKS sedan, good transportation spend more money on advertisingi ducts from Florida" Hooks said. IlaxaUton\ study on Commission

car. $625. Call 287-2503 after.. COINS .WAOTED and, merchandising in order t to(
"We cannot afford to alongas
p p.m. ;BUYING AND selling coins since t go operations\ \ which will provideus

FOR SALEPONT J940 assures you of a square deal expand, into new markets as: before :assuming customerswill with an objective blue.prlnt

.4 flair DOOR Mercury hardtop. Mont- .at all times. we carry a completestofk heavier crop return and in (lock to us as our crops increase for I the future "vigorou": opposition

i1f.reen. $400. 708 Main St., ,of' coin supplies at reduced Qfdft to battle multi.million dolIjir We must Increase the to any reduction In citrus!
prices. You will Jto satisfied all
I promotions! now planned for
when buy or sell at tempo and intensity of our pro- tariffs and .igain.t proposed! federal -
ways you
40 LaSALLE convertible for sale synthetic product, Homer E. standaids of
Philip and Dorothy' Boyle motions con tantly reminding identity for

PAY RENT! 267-1510 or trade.after Excellent 5. condition.. 1023 ,jlidgewood Ave. Hooks, Florida Citrus CommisSjlon icopli that we are offering them frozen concentrated orange

Holly( Hill Florida on Rt. No. General\ Manager, told the juice, new product and market
'The Real From Florida'.
Thing
TRAILEROWNERS '61 VOLKSWAGON good shape, CL3 2794 Member H. H. C. C. Eustis: Rptary Club last Friday.. We are a $2 billion dollar in- research for "unified market

267-4527 new battery, $1195. 267-0289 or Hooks s"irl that Florida citrus, du try. Th.is is big business and development," and an expanded

I Wark WantedBABY : Is nw\ spending "lens than two we'
'58 YOLKSW AGON.van truck. Sac. ,percent of Us sales value fur in a business.like manner." ib/e\/ growing tei.'n.age market in

rifice for best offer. 2676608. SITTING: ; job wanted day ,advertising:, while the 18 top America "no.v !pn.wlnu: nearly
Hooks aNo that 1964
:J64 :TR-I| Triumph. Small equity _:!time. ..leave word at 267-1836. fowl concerns m Anicrica\. air would predicted efforts the four times muter than the pop-
see new by
have beautiful full '
I "We home lob size ICO acre x 440 mobile and assume; pay ents. :267-0728 1 INTERESTED IN contract' to clean. spending. 4.0 percent. Commission to control the citrus elation as a whole," Hooks

Jiomes. 267-'7076 "We hear .that one now synthetic stalt-d(
drink business
in Florida
I for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH! -

I Mve DAY! WORK .or regular. 5 days a I % ,l product aorn to he introduce possibly\ through a Commission
Trailer
>- In now Living '53 YOLKS, week. 267U766.IS nationally! with not avUop minimum quality requirement t.

Jits test.CHRISTMAS. : of orange: : juice In it will with an Identification mark onth If you have rental 1
T111iK'I: IT "ot liT ot. iiiiIvTIt :
:. JIKHUI. IIKIIir I IX UI spend moic in a year for piomo- ;' libel which the Commlssloip housing, list it in

( PARK NEW BATTERY, POINTS, .JI.URI"\\M: SIlK. Krt\HI: tlHVn. -' ,ion on this single product than could ;idvcrtise" lIe indicated one The Star-Advocate!

IS'.<'fl'tiff" ::1"{ ". elvis ,_ z I _..,spend_ on the lomplcte line uf large processor is already pre
; 'il Miles West of Indian River 'i)1'l'F.> OK tOKt.'J..OIIIU. : HAIJ-: -

j City on Rt. 50. Christmas Flor'Ida LjUGS, TUNE-UP. $04p.(> Nolle II herrbv, flvan IbatCUKTljS

,. Phone Orlando 2751J39 Clroulf, Court R BAHNES of Brevard! Clerk(County of the SKIN FOOp. Some" years agp, \a number of skin-care t ,preparations,

I tlorlda,' will on the '17th Hay ft frowned.l Club & Notices 1
were labelled "t\k\ Xqad. Slut ,\the term was (upon by cxpvrts Lodge
January, lllti4. at 11:00: o'clock A Mat
CALL 267-6626 AFTER 5 P.M. the Eaut Door of the Courthounenl for it was bilieyed; that. .the *km could not Jic nourished from extern

Services ,#revv<( County, In the City of sources.
for sat I,, anil ..
I TUUiivllle Florida I offer ----- --- -- -- -
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Mil at public 1 outcry to the highem I Now we know that .certain: rautritive elements, guch, 85 poljurtsat t. --- ------ ---

[DRESSMAKING OIUGINAL and brut bldiltr for .caih the uratcd oils and some .v\t,\ mll\J..,ran and do penetrate! ,the skin's surface ROTARY CLU0 : TJTUSV1LLE GARDEN CLUB YORK-RITE BODIES
styl.
fallowing I deacrlbitd l' property altuotil I t
log, expertly fitted alterations ::63 CHEVY Impala Super, Sport In Jlrevard: County.\ Florida. towlti with salutary results. Mo lciji-djy products most certainly work yon ); MEETS THURSDAY Oi-nenM Inciting, all rlrcln 2ml I I Of North Brevird County

for men and women's garmentsLillian 11.000 miles V-8 automatic all tiers in keeping the skin fresh and smooth in their effectiveness, however 12:15 I1 M[. I Mon'luy, of Ocl, Nov.. Feb. Murch. I

Hudson 267-3158: accessories; silver blue, 1 owner. I.at nineteen, ((13)) Sccllnn one there Is We to forget the skin receives itx' MAY Time and piece In bit annnund :I --- --
U), KNQL4.WOUD QAKDGMS: a danger. are apt Whimpering Hills Country Club ." Kxi: ,,tlv" Hoard, lust Tunulay
ANY KIND of sewing and alter. Exceptionally clean. Sacrifice ccorfllnt to the plat thereof "Ir"cord..1 vital sustenance: from within. 1'ick' imonet, PresJI 'ecu h niiinth. Oclnbcr thru I\hy. I Indian River Chapter No. 27
$2650. 267-C967 or 2671441. In Plat Honk 12. |>an"
atlons. Elsie Chaudoin 267. 10. public rrcnrdi of llrtvard Unless you make a point of eating foods that promote the skin'* l. T Walker, Jioc'y Mn. I. A, Hlgfll. Pronlilrnl ROYAL: ARCH MASONS

41 3. Mime area. County, FloridaAl.hO welfare, no amount of external pampering can overcome the ensuing ] ,
Wntlnchnuie Built-in -- -- Lacy Ramtr, High PrI.ttCIII
FAINTING expert, reliable and Oven Serial No. VH4Z15. Model malnutrition. A lack pi Vit ,min A in your diet could trigger: : a dry Titusville Chap. No. 6 SORORITY Williams Secretary

satisfying work. Estimates gladly I No OLC17-4, We.lln.hou... flaky condition. :Top littli of ,the Vitamin B complex lead to excess BETA SIGMA PHI

AM 70178. Former Police .Cars Hurt PLS-4 unit Model Serial, Internatnnal:--00.. I'ZTOMft.of oil) and to scaling. Without ,(he\ support ,of t sufficient protein, the skin O.E.S. : Meeting laP and 3rd Mints 3rd Wednesday 7:30: P. M.it .

I'tlca Hrater., Serial No. 114. is deprived of its repair .materials its t uildmg,, blocks An iron deficiency VIOLET KLOSS, I Thursday 7:30: P.M. t .Masonic' Temple, Titusville
NORTH BREVARD AWNING '
ofNew Model No. OHS 85 E. containedIn X I ItMTl Ml'Onrln
SERVICES home and trailer the dwelling home located on of course drains away healthy; color. Worthy Matron\ \ leulwjler

(he above described property.purmianl Happily, oil those nutrients, are easily ,come by. You get: your ihare Mr. Mary Alice 1\1.11"'.. ile'ty.N5rrIs ITe.lilenl
awnings, carportes, screened : HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13.
t 7- IM
Smyrna Beach to the final durren of forf- Id and 3rd Tn'.a. ) a l'.M.
rooms, cabanas, Florida rooms, cloture entered In a cine printing In in daily servings of meat, |ih, or {fowl in cottage cheese, yellow and .nl Alii.onlr 'Tempt TIlE: t O\IIC'KII"I" R. & S. M.
,
utility rooms, P.O. Box 928, Ti aid THE, Court ON KID the A SAVlNUSf ntyle: of which HANK' In a green vegetables, eggs, jaw .Iruits and milk And not incidentally, Mnry 1'.II.nl.Inne, ,llrmnle R. D. Van Valkenburg

tusville, 267-6333 4 1963 FORD V-8, stick : corporation those foods are as kind to your, weight .as \to your skin. What other Indian A\1 1-41II: : Thrice Illustrious Master

W/heater . . each $1495 I'lalnllff' River JlTJlT": :
WELLS AND PUMPS: No money v.. food( can make that claim 1.1.0SE I Oiildl lIen, Ire.. Gill Willlems Recorder
down, 36 months. Phone AM 7. WITHOUT .BLUES Lodge No. 90 .5 9I 9.5415 ,
MELVIN t KELLY anil MAny L
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3245 for appointment. Cook's 1 1963 FORD V.8, stick KELLY huiband and wife and Weep no \more about excess 'weight! 'you\ "can Jose without hunger F. A A. M. I fisl.PHI..II.r.IIKTA: l'r.I..1 Sill, Meets. 2nd Wednesday at 7:30: P.M.

Well Drilling Service W/hcater and radio . $1525 'I CONSUMER,OF AMERICA FINANOI COUPOHATION pangs, fatigue and flabby aftermaths. Just send 'for lose Without Mteti 2nd Masonic A 4th Thursdays, 7:10: mil-mil Masonic Temple Cocoa _
T.mpl.
FREE LP bottled gas installation. I Defen ..
1 1933 FORD Galaxy Six, stick, and the docket number of which\ li 10m. II. Stewart, MuitrrW District No. 39 BREVARD COMMANDERY I
2019 N. U.S. No.1, Tltusville. number 26530.WiTNESS reducing exercises dieting tricks, your model weight and how' to frank Durilcn BeUy

Suburban Propane Gas Service. low radio mileage and heater. .clean. . $2045 my hand and the official maintain it. For your pppy:; "write {Uary Sue,, MiUer In care of this newspaper .Florida Nurse Assn.M No.; 24 K. T.

2676411. day of peal January of aid, 1M4 Court. this. :3rd enclosing a long, solf-addVcssed! /jstampcd envelope' and( 20 Junior Chamber ..ts Second Tuts R. V. Bakss, Eminent Commander

NIDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Con WE ALSO have other used (COURt PEAL) cents in coin. 1( till_ Commerce
.
cars CU.RTIS R BAKMGA. Clerk of Of' of each month I p.m. cii Willlems
crete work masonry roofing \ Recorder
good and bad plus the best the Circuit Court of .llrovnrd
carpentry and remodeling. Earl Spencer, Pr... Publlr Jleallli llulldlng Palm Ay.nu.1
stock we've had thus far this County Florida
Phone AM 2326.. .eelilent' Rita M. 'rallum. K N. Mets 4th Wednesday: 7:30: P.M.
model year in new Byi, Bertie HallDeputy Clerk Sieve Panta.no, $5C'/ HrorrUrv, Darin Mlllner., It.N. I Masonic Temple Cocoa

SINGER SEWING Machine Co., RAIPH 8TEINBKHO Telephones (ConliHueTp Gain Citizens Rank Building Phone AM 1IIIJUm_ -
sales and service. Pinking shearsetc. D 0 D .G E S sue Tamp Ptreet"fampa Meets Every Thursday 7:30: P.M CZECHOSLOVAIC.AMERICAN --- -- ----- -

sharpened. Phone AM 7- Cars & Trucks FiufidaAttorney PILOT CLUB
for Plaintiff TITUSVILLE POST NO.1 1 CLUBOf
2244. Jan S (Mon.) 1964. Popularity Throughout WorJd '
Trade where you can place Titusville (Mps. Betty Jones, Pr... '
confidence and where 811 Grsnnls Ave.
your we I A AMERICAN
sell the best and service the JN THE: ,('IKC"lIT ( O!'KT til- Till: I Mnre telephones it Canada Meetlnc. 1st and 3rd Wednesdays
Used Cars & Trucks SIXTH JIDMItl. ('iiti't IT J' were added ) $ ic& were with 33.7 and lUa-ular meetlnii 2nd Wednenday ml'a'h
rest A\l fOH lIKES: .Mill. ('iii :?.'Ih, throughout .the wprd( I in' 192 New 'Ze. 3nJ with 33 6' 'telephones W LEGION month Hall open each Tueniliy. 12.00 Dixie Hotel
M.OH I lit Thur.lay anti HIIII"I""a" evening nl
.1 Indian" .River Motors ('U ,'\c HXI. 11HH than any previous .'eat. Over per 100 persons Canada Ilirry Teelrlrk.. rom.Ir, 8 I pin. Executive Board Monday
..SMALL EQUITY and assume small) !>tIT IC't: Ht 11 HI.K .tTiov nine p1 ulUtui .ioutiit4ttpitI\ telephones had the fifth highest: total I of) I'Kul. nyar. Adjutant Quit Martlnovla .Before lot WednesdayTITUSVILLE
GEORGE W. WOODS!, -
Meets lit and SrI -
monthly payments on '59 NashAmbassador Dodge Dodge Dart Plaintiff were placqd) in service bring telephones, 6,330,000 alter: W stGerl11aDY's Hall. I TumdiyLxflan VETERANS. OF WORLD WAR I --- --

Wagon 1530 HardySt. .v.- the W J1'ld'J ,total ;,up0( 1J9,20-() 7047031. New Zeal. ---- --- -- pmWoman's -- BARRACKS 1196
after 6pm. 208 N. Orange St. Ph. 428-6406) DOLORES, L. WOODS
and had a total of 850,872. Meets\ first Wednesday
I Defendant Club of PUBLIC LIBRARY
New Smyrna Beach Fla. TO: MRS DOLORES L. WOOD! 000.The ; each month American
convertible.Sell !
59 CHEV, Impala I (
)Jar cst ,previous Raja was
28J-O Chad llrown tC'nI
2738 Pine Other countries in the top Titusville j Lesion Hall I with Covered 1421 Dr.. Road
or trade. *U95. R M. Higgmbotham, Owner Providence ttho Inland in 1929: when 11.8 million telephones J nc ;
Dish Luncheon. 1
i Ridga Drive YOU ARE IIEREDY NOTJFLED of total \toll'phones were Russia pmL.
that a Complaint for Divorce baa were installed. estimated Meets 1st Monday of Each Month E. Pepper Comdr. HOURS:
!
i.79,200France (
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';THE BEST BUY ,in town. 1962 been lied. agalnit you, and you are J adde l than million an October thru May Tom Watson, Qm. !Mon. thru. Frl 9 a.m. 8:00: p.m.
model F-100 with custom cab and Wanted To Buy required to lervi a copy of your pan rr\ore\ a 4.977.797 Italy 4." Saturday 9 I.m. 5:10:: p.m.

air foam seats $1395 Call 267. an.wer or pleading tn. the complaint \ .\tc4cploncj, ( in 1962 and ,be. 654,714 and Australia, 2,382.1 Mrs. J. i, Condos Pres. CIVITAN CLUB
on Ih. pl.lntlff' attorney Howard 1 -- ------ -
3783 between 6-8 P.M. USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto L. Mayei. Jr. IDA Julia\ Avenue canie U>e third ranking, Country 478. nus III's telephones per 100 !Monday 8:15:
'
Parts. AM y.3696.Homes P. O. Uox 12J3 Tltuivllln, Florida in total 1 telephones. The United Illvcrvlew Rest . Titusville IxxlKe: No. 1M2:
VOLKSWAGON, good shape, and flied the original mower or ptr.ong increased to 2.6 from 2.3 PYTHIAN
161 States ranked first with 80,909. 01."AP2 IU, ledforil.. Tree, Loyal Order OfMOOSE
new battery, $1195. 267.0289 or pleading the office of the Clerk nf eailier. I
267 4527 the Circuit Court of Brrvard County, 000. Jitpan had a total of 7,350- a year SISTERS & liny 1I1..klo.... rJ
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Florida on or before the 4th day of
4 Sale February 1964. If you fall to do ac. OCT. Canadian apparently continued ,TltUHVllle.. T."mple 22Sleet. ('..,..1 I' ; ...n Meets t Tuesday I p.m.
.... 2nd 4th Tuea.if .
a decree pro cont. will be takenacalnit .
The figures included in .
you for the relief, demanded were to use their! telephones nwrj each month al Hi| .m. ._ III. I
I ., I Mile North of Mints on U. S. 1
In the complaint the 1963 edition of "The World's _\l. n. 1..ln. T' _
WEIR SPECIALS IH6-J Bedroom 2 bath Large DATED at Tltuivllle, Drevard released than anvone; else. They averaged I. Mr*. Johnny Whlttey, SI E.C Jim Maltble Governor
Telephones today by
,
Family room and Carporte- County Florida thli 3rd day of 613.4 telephone conversations [per fir.. Arthur Ix-mond Hei""t.
situated only one block from I muir y. 1964. the American Telephone and Titusvilfo2r
BEDROOM:[ HOME close to E..
3 (COURT wEAl.) with) Increase of more
town. Can be ,bought on low Indian River Newly rejnod- CURTIS R. FtARNEfl Telegraph Company., All figure person KIWANIS CLUB RIvcrvicw P. T. A.
down payment with monthly eled for comfortable living. Clerk of Circuit Court art as (January 1, 1963 since than 60 conversations: over the Coin Club
be separated for' Drevard Florida
can County
Quarters
payments of approx. $100. To- M. it takes a year to obtain the year's 5516 figure Tht! Meets
By C. HpcncerDeputy prior Tu.sd.ysWHISPERING I
at oily $17, Meets
guests. Priced\ \ at Rlverylew\
tal price only $11,900. Call .us Clerk .\I.pl., 5eI Th..dA th: ,
for appointment to see. 500. Howard I.. Mayei. Jr. d.II41. United ,States remained second HILLS .''''nllt el 5i04l,, 1'\1. .I I School lit Mon. Each

1161-Large 3 bedroom 2 bath Attorney for Plaintiff India had a greater percentagegain with 556.8 conversations per per COUNTRY CLUB G FIller, ElOIhEISSi.> "HlIt I t) Month, 7:30: p.m.
BEDROOM: 2 bath home HIS Julia Street %SII 5.1055 bioS.
NEW 3 Jeia fhlldre.
Into. Close to home. Oversized living room, I Tltuivllle Florida of telephones In 1962 thanny son while Iceland kept its third Prtal.ontBp. ( ", ....101".1., sal Sleic4TITW8vILL Wiley Williams
ready to move ... ...
schools 4 shopping. Priced at kitchen and Florida room. Lot Ian 8, 13, 20, 27 Mon.) 1W4.JX other country but it still ranking with 527.1. _'rsm':(lrp, Ce'wi.ey. .. _. -- -- '"T I President
ft. Route No.,46., -'r.' ,
fronts 130 on CLUB
to be ranked last countS :: ; LIONS 4---
terms the 27 -
with
only $13.SOO: TIIEiIIiCtIT, UIKT Of TIlE among ".
O. & ILKS: LODGE'No.
arranged Priced at 22000. NINTH JIJIKIII., iintiir, INNI Bell System telephone! users I
: lies reporting 500,000 or more
,\ I' >'OB IIHfV\KII: tilL ST5'. the 2113 I 100; < p.m. Thursdays Tin "\iu:
of all
H62[ 3 Bedroom 2 bath home can call 97.0 per cent
excellent for trailer yi.wi s telephones. India reported it I : Scottish Rito
30 ACRES I.R Draperies and wall.to- i'ii ixrrHV ><). tiiwMITlriC telephones in the world, compared Mists Monday Nights 0 Flotilla Restaurant
situated on had 602,630 telephones a
park. Property ill' fl" IT compared South Lake Club P. O. Box 102
wall carpeting A custom 12)9) S. WashIngton Ava.I .
with excellent drainage.Can CLARENCE L. HA llIION. to earlier. This with 87.7 per cent a year .ear John
ridge built beauty, priced at $19,600. 518,036 a year o'clock Y K. G Benzenhafer! W. fraser, Pres.
be purchased for only v. Plaintiff, was a gain of 16.3 per cent.Japan's lier. Almost 86 per cent of the Frani Vulpius, f. R. President I Meet. lnl ""... t Ml' iS.lwSi.uoeia
with 29'- down .
$1500 balance per acre to be arranged.Let H73-Split Level modern 3 I LOIf COLEEN ALEXANDER increase of more than world' telephones were concentrated Ruitell Bi'eh.lder, Sec. J, W. Scruggs Jr., Sec'y I Temple
and bedroom 2 bath with drapes IIAMMON, In North America and
us show you. and blinds. Finished base. Defendant one million telephones was a E. A. Felkenifeln, s.c'yriI

ment room. Priced at only TO': LOll COLEEN ALKXANDEKJIAMMON : gain of 15.9 per cent. New YorkCity's Europe. -
225' U. S. NO. 1 Frontage:( 675'in Titusville Toastmasters INDIAN RIVER
Call for appointment
depth ideal (for many uses. $15,750 YOU AJtK HEJtCBY, NOTIFIEDlba 4,793,371 telephones at Meets 3rd
has small 4 unit to see this. ( a auft for divorce ha. been! the beginning of 1963 outranked Meet Tu.llYsl : SPORTS CAR CLUB Wednesday
At \
present filed acalnat you In the Circuit :\OTII'r. n. .1551-SL MEETJSE1us lit and 3rd I of each month
Wednesdays sot)
,
'
motel. Priced at only $35,000 1181-3 Bedroom 2 Bath-W3.500 Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit. 20f< the 27 countries on the siiAMP1IOLUESMii. :. : t \ ::45 P.M. COCOA JAYCEE p.m. :
with terms to be arranged. only $450 down handles. A1 In and for Jlrevard County Florida, lut Rlvervl.wR"'lur.nt BLDG. 1' P. M.
Condition. entitled CLARENCE I. HAM MON. ,alan PMttMtl" ; ." 1'141.'' I .\M : WEST HIWAY 520 Oct. through May
!9 ACRES of 'most desirable land Plaintiff V.. LOIN COLEF.N ALEX Countries outside the United .n'II! .IMMMIAtl' lit" "Spertsmenihlp Demands I '
Pricedat ANDER MAMMON f> 'Tin ** lICK.: MOHIII* S ,1 LaVerne Hardin
for small development. home Defendant fe Driving"
CBS I
1167[ -2 Bedroom on 27430. States. are making rapid gains ftllAKEHOLVICIIH: OF Orel Orvis Pr... AM 7-5709
: acre. Chancery No. : You are hereby TO TUB I(: i Pres.-Ph. AM 7-3534
$3,500 per Good
only land buyat
one acre of TilE riR8T rCUKJKAI.( BAVIJMIH :
required a In new telephones and accounted\. I
: : .
ooo'V uecPl.o
$7,900. anawer to AND LOAM HMOCIAT1OX or TIrt'HVlLLE. North Brevard Shrine Club after S p.m.
CALL US anytime night or day lor 81 cent of the increase in
the Complaint filed herein uponSuatici per :. TITinrVILUB! KU>K-
for appointment. Traveri 3rd Thursday 7:30 p.m. Tltusvllle ChapterTHE ---- --- '
an McCarey Attorney 1962, compared with 51 per cent IDA: I
for Plaintiff. P O DOS adZ: NOTICE I* HXnEBT: : GIVEN thai .4
ARROW Cocoa! Beacb.. Florida, and to fll. ten years earlier. At the be. the annual I meetlnc of the Share.Itoiier. Meet At NATIONAL I TITUSVILLE

r the original thereof In the office of gann.ng; of 1903, there were five at the nut Federal laningo ELKS CLUB SECRETARIESASS'N. RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ofTlrevard and l.oaa Awotlatlon of Tltuevlllewill
w: County, Florida on or before telephones. for avery; 100; persons be held at 3M 5*. Waihlnfton I I Ches. Heller, Pr... (Int'l) Meets
: ;the Mn day of February, A.D1MM in the world. This slight Avenue, Tllutvtlle Florida I 05 W.d.I I f.aat Itt .and 3rd Wednesday! :
was a nexler, January JI. 1M4 at Zoo: Frank Derden, Sec'yPh. Monday of Each Month
REALTYAM 7:30
l .f1h' HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Decree, rise from the 4.9 telephones per clock In the ttitrnooa tor the .ur Krleda Carter, Pr... AM '.::11I01 p.m.
.
t AM 7413 Chamber ef Commerce
Pre Confeaao will ne. entered of election of Dtrentere and Ihe
agala-
() I the pose --r- -- __ _
100 reported previous -- -
at you for the relief prayed lor In. perSOnA transaction at aid m *tln or any
7-7037 .aid, Complaint.' adjournment thereof of juieh other
qJ DONE AND ORDFRFD at Tltua- year. btMloeai a< may properly come 1>.- : North Brtvard North Br.nrdR.habllItation
I .1 311 North Dixie Highway .vllle. Florida thle 3rd day or Jaauary. The United States had 43.1
} REA TI2B.3.iItC AX 1M4 telephones for every 100 persons. ? PEDEStAL: flAVINflS \ Meets Second; Monday Each
.(On U. S. No. \) COURT; BEAD: AND: LOAN AHffOCIATION Month 421 Palm Street
River Cf JITU R BAR.VM Sweden had 40.3 telephones for or TITl'IVILLR 7:00 P. M. Meets 2nd Th un.' every month
Indian City
412 Main St. Titusville Fla. Cleric Brevard of County the Circuit, Florida Court. for .ev .ry 100 persons and ranked Uf H Pr..ld.1I1AnEjfT K: lonet TITUSVILLE LITTLE I Lewrtnc Perker 'r... PUBLIC INVITED

Phone 2875000: Don R. Mancinl Broker By ,Bertie HAJIDoputr I ninth In total telephones with THEATRE, INC. I Phone AM 7-4424 Pres.i W. Lee Partaln
Clerk lecreiary 1t Tue. of Mo. 1:00: p. m. ,I Sec'y.i Mrs. Martha Faulk
Jaa. .. U 20. 27 (Mo..) 19(<. 3053752. The next highest den- .1.0 .. 13 iMen.0 1144. _l'r5'e5.lip I Km. MRIf.." trl>r.HM. Chris Parker, S.c'y Phone AM 7-3043

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A PAYMENT ? /) GARDENDALE OCCUPANCY' BRAND NEW


if V.JeaUflff.r': ; 64 THEIR MODELS WAY ARE! .!ON j



A Community Of Fine, Homes In Titusville I.. .. .,, -- .



F H A LOW DOWN Onlr 2 Miles west ,of u.s. No. 1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC..


PAYMENT THREE. & FOUR BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED 'BATHS 3200 Garden St., rfttusviilaMondlY

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Orange Dessert '

-k{ WHERE
Contest Offers .;
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SHOPPING

Valuable Prizes A

The fifth annual All-Floridi
'Orange Dessert Contest will be'' '' ; SUR !
launched Jan. 13 with more than f IMAtRKTti OUNI1L
$10,000 in prima being offered
contestants preparing the best
Ucsserts using oranges or Orange
product: it has been announced' ,
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by sion.the Florida Citrus Comm 1

The contest is sponsored by the

four utilities commission investor-owned and lit:an cooperation appliance electric man with- \ ffR Fof..the-Week r

fatturcr. Cooperators arc the viQg
Klnrirta Power & Light: Co.,.
Miami; Florida Power Corp..
St. Petersburg; Tampa Electric*
Co., Tampa; and Gulf Power Co., \
Pensacola. \ \

Inc Prizes range include for 12 a semifinalist deluxe clcc SWIFT'S PREMIUM TENDER-AGED PROTEN GOVT.

with the balance of electric ap i /
plianccs making up an ollelcctrie \ : e INSPECTED HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!
kitchen going to Uic first
grand( prUc winner. That person '
will receive a refrigerator \ l PoTe'nr BONELESSROUND I
freezer table top water heater, \ '- y
di.-posall dishwasher, automatic
dailies washer/ and automatic .
dryer. In addition! to the range., STEAK

A deluxe color television let Y ,
will go to the second grand prizeWinner
and! on electric washer ; z. rati.yv,
!and dryer to the third grand! i
prize winner. Some :53 other
prizes will, also be available to
the winners.!
Th(> contest! Is open to any
c
resident of Florida who has passed
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his or! tier 17th birthday, except $ 7 7 l
employees and families of { r
i 'the electric utilities, the Florid.
r Citrus Commission, or their _
advertising :agencies. Entries
should bu mailed to Orange; Des lb.
sort Contest, Cox 143, Lakeland ( PRICES I : : ..... ,
Entries should be postmarkednot -r1 .
later than: Feb 15. EFFECTIVE '
I
MON., TUES., WED'a" Swift's Premium Sixxle-Seoled Pure

Steadily Rising J. JAN. 6,' 7, 8, 1964 \ Beef Franks . . . . .lb. 59"Swift's ". \

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Premium Super-Sliced

Employme'nl'j' GREEN STAMPS ? ;', ,, Sliced Bologna I . . IZ.os.pllg. 39'
j 1
Slatei ,Swift's Premium Brown 'N Serve '
Seen For i j LUL .

ra Sausage . . . . . S, 49. *
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Steadily rising employment
during 1903 forecasts I bright. j .. nl
1961&, State Industrial Com mis
slop Chairman Worley Brown m
picdictc'd! a year-end review
!lie! toresees almost two and a BREAKFAST CLUB
half million nonfarm employers
In 1970!) in contrast to 1963', EVAPORATEDMILK
average of 1,409,100. _

Unemployment! figures for l eti '
1963 also showed well for the
It future according to Brown. Early
year-end estimate put Ito
average;: for 19U3 at approximate
ly. 107,400 compared: to ll .OOO
for 1962. Total Florida unemploy: LiTT
Kent hit u three' yeiir*monthly *
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low explained.in Tuesday October BIRTHDAY HAPPY',of January DJ.300 Y',<,7 Brown d M r r Cfmit 6 please




T W. '. I"'' I! '
Melvin
EXTRA-
John Lewis ; LU FREE F3P Flavor Perfect down produce Icinc .

Wednesday, January I fyf Green Stamps buc-( Vi?i>i ee 'it w s 303 lOc North Carolina .
.. .nae .awdpaha..b r C < o cans *
Mrs. Dernard FarrishNellie Yams 10
PALMOLIVE REGULAR OH MENTHOL .* .
Teague RAPID SHAVI11at. .
Lillian Louise Roberts can gee, Heins Delicious
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s1..ba. W" Junu L 1514
J.Ralph Janet II. Kellogg Simmons Bernard Parrish. Jr: J+ Q miix Tomato SOliJp .rah:: 10c (" I'Y specials

.Sue Johnson Swift's Alliweet '
EXTRA Mrs. Bell's Smooth I"l 4Mb..
*
oo' FREE IOO [ Margarine . . . 2 tins 49,

,a i/ Green Stamps P eanu' U"Ier 120:1 i jar r.: 25C Kraft's Cheese SpreadVelveeta : .
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; iih "I0.' caupw nj purchaa..b( '
flirty I r ONE SQUEEZE BOTTLE BACTINE ,'- s, ... Bell's Old Fashion Strawberry . . . . . % 89
2.01. lilt S9e
'1.01.".. lilt.<... J.n.... .. 1441) P 12.os 9 c
There It B? oooooooooo R reserves 0 jar SP frozen foods .

For Ditties and Fine Fabrics Pepperidge Farms

i only one IOOO(EXTRA-XT FREE: 00]IOO LuxQlqali1 d 10-01.: : 49c l Parfait Cakes . K;::: 49

WELCOMEWAGON Iftl! Graen Stamps 000 size (Chocolate, Chocolate Fudge, Devils Food, Pineapple, Straw
berry) .
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I tt.w.o..dpad.aa.tr J (| I' Chun King Chicken I
MAXWElL HOUSE INSTANT COFFEE 1 1lOoi. A divider 528 :
jar $1.49 Chow I 69c
..,..- ww ",q .-. 2eiU'ji.} pack : :
.... 8 S tQ..Q.tt01Q9 OOOOOQOQ tlllJl) Park Avenue,:::

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!500 Am60 501m FREE UUUarrls UUU : ;

: 30.y..n. lac.f,...*...will,w1la In i' / Groen Stamps J;ft( Green Stamps >J V// Green Stamps t'ULIA

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: F.r ..'.r...... .. : INSTANT TEA FLUFFY ALL DETERGENT KiN RATION LIVER DOG FOOD i '. .
.. ar small giant size 83c 0.: 3 tall cans 49c S # f
w.Wee
J -- pEra. jar 49c Titusville,
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