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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 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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Buy In North Brevard! Advocate; Smile -You're. In Florida I

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents O\'


84th Year No. 5 5c Per Copy Titus\illc, Florida Friday: ,, Janu.uv; 10, 1964 __ 16 Pages Today Pu ,> "ttJ;_Mn i ) ; esdays ltd\ Fridays

Accidents Kill Two I Injure (\ ._ i h'e' I

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New Specl ur' Truck Accident scenesT4w.

Regulations Saved From I

.. I ,

Death By FireIt

Termed Big Step started out IS a cloudless

and sunny day In Urivard County -

.. and remained that way
but Tor, a iiuitibor of motorists,

In the opinion of Dr T Paul tcrday when the county commissioners involved{ in accidents, It was

Hanc.v head of the Brevard approved a resolution not. .1 happy day.

Count)' Health Department a providing for regulation and control VMeidjy. was a wreck" dayin

big step' was taken here yes- of water and aewer systems NOl t h Itrcvard. but it remain-
in the county. Id i
The resolution controls all er to hove the only traffic fatalities.It .

Tim Sechresl water supply, treatment and all started out with an ac-

distribution systems In additionto ii'tcnt tit 8:40: a.m. on Indian

waste and sewage collectionand finer Avenue when a car, drlv-
Going Back To disposal systems In the county 'I'll hy Mrs, Slinky Barley

except those that tare wife, of Realtor George Barley,

municipally owned and operated. hit a parked car, injuring Mrs.
Miller HospitalTim It provides that the commission Uirltv And In was climaxedon /;

will issue franchises for the State Rued 401 at 19( :40 p.m.
Sechrest, the slight construction, operation and ,- l Id lst night near I Port Canaveral
blond four.year-old son of Mr. maintenance of such systems In Cites Aided By H.ffl.r (l left) And Fir Chief Brown \ L when two sailors from the USS

und Mrs. James Sechrest, 280 the unincorporated areas of the Oiwrvution Inland were killed.In .

Abbott Avenue, Indian River county. between was the dramatic

City area, Is going back into The purpose of the regulations rescueof a truck: driver from
Hillis Miller Hospital In Gainesville death fire ill his
v truck cabon
for observation, tests and is to protect the public Interest, !
sw s t Stale Ku.id .lOi;: vast of Titus-
health, safety and welfare of
possible operation. .
yule a tin'n
over sour the St.
the residents
county, its citizens V
Cute blue'eyed Timmy has Johns River bridge on Highway
visitors by providing for
living a restricted lift SO and
a cur falling on a local
since he underwent open heart the reasonable uniform regula
surgery in Gainesville when he tion, supervision and control of young man.

was seven months old water and sewerage systems. Mri. IJjiluy was traveling
At This includes rates, standards of f i north on 111<11<11'Jtl'rr\ Avenue
that time there was a questIon -
, of whether or not he would be service, quality of water, ade ,J 4 Pinned In Crulhed eel>> when iho turned to look, cut the

able to live a normal life cr not. quate collection and dispositionof a >t .< lido window and struck a car

His parents arc careful about his sewage, service areas another 4 owned by JJaynell Kilter, 900/
activities but his life is more matters pertaining to such t a '11 North Washington Avenue
restricted: than other four year public utilities. a which was parked on the east

olds, This is a move by the health ide! of thu street.
Cates Out At Lot Smith-Worktd Hard The impact knocked
Mrs Sechrest said that the department in an effort to encourage Mrshurley '
doctors have indicated they may establishment of such into the steering wheel

need to operate again( after the systems and offer protection to For Brevard! She underwent lurgcry yesU.T
tests and observations. those legitimate operators of .- t #4 day fur severed Intestine and iul
- -- -- -
He'll enter the such tend' a brokeui jaw, minor face '
hospital Monday systems who comply will
-. i, *, _.' 'all regulations: ;..-- .., ,New Chopping ,lenteiMiets //1sntmpatsinnL4! pier by Brr ojf engineers':{;ape. Kentirety cl.jJ'and( low vt bottom front
vard COlint'Comm lluner' George arid the big need fur the central teeth. Two ihildcrn. Mary

EditorialWho's King Jr. evidently '"paid facility In thin area, member Susan and Catherine Elizabeth

off" for locating the central Girt Smith e If> Jacksonville led u Barley, who wire: in the car,

First Phase Zone facility of the GENESYS (engineering move'! to set' the locution "clone were not ;injured. W, J. Bohan-
closed circuit television to Cape Kennedy. ," and (the non inve tlgllted. Mrs Barley

Politicking? set-up) close to Cape Kennedy. board approvud. IK In Jets J'lrrlsh I Memorial

King/ was in Tallahassee this The board, did not select u hospital I and in "very uncom

Titusvillc's newest proposed! area In the initial phase of construction morning at I Board of Control dcfimto site but the approval fortable."

An editorial in yesterday's Issue of an out-of-town shopping center got a big boost Plans show development of the is 150000, ) square feet of floor meeting when the location of macli it certain that thin facility At 2.40: p.m., live mile east of(

newspaper, entitled "Let's Leave Politics Out Of It" here Wednesday night when the south halt of the:! property (which pare Kills: said that he had the bane station for GEN :SYS would be located in Ore vard Tltuivillo on 40], a Mid-State
is rather amusing to those residents of Central Florida- Planning and Zoning Board rec- been defiling with representativesof tame up for discussion. County Hauler semi.tractor trailer ram

particularly the East Coast area-who have enough ommended approval of a rezonIng runt along Harrison Avenue ) In several large firms, who have According to ripotts: Dr, J. med Into a tree off the south aide

background knowledge to see through its application sought by Thomas the first phase. Tills portion all indicated strong interest in Ilniward Culpcppc-r, executive WMCA Meeting of the road, wrapping! the truck
arguments justas G Ellis Jr of Jacksonville would include! an air conditional: the project. director of tho board, and mem cab around the tree

if it were a pane of clear glass.It Ellis and property owners mall type renter, with at least ALso included In the plan In a ber Dr, Charles foreman of Ft There will bo a meeting of Upon impact. !the 24 yard sand

Is the "politics" that the newspapers of Brevard James Karantinos and Colonial four largo!; stores and several space-ncedlu restaurant-atop a Laudirdalo' voiced strong/ opposition North Brevard miduits Intercstctl load on the frailer unified and

County-those whose entire investments and interestsare Gardens Inc., are seeking to small ones. There would( lie per- ZIKJ foot, steel foundation.support. to such a location. In forming/ a WMCA In tho drove the trailer Into the cab,

in Brevard-have been concerned with since the change zoning on a :35.acre tract lector parking! around) the entire At the 100.foot level would he an About the time it appeared a* /area at 8 p.m. Monday at fit- pinning&: Lyman Catei of Cler-

first talk of a Space University and between Hopkins and U.S. 1 from center, making/ all stores observation deck with the 230- though no decision would be l/rns Dank building& mont again! (lie aiming wheel
graduateand R-i and R2 to Bl to tl! I construction available from parking areas or seal restaurant at the lop-over. madu or the base station would A steering committee 1 III to bo and instrument plOd The truck:
research center.
vf the modern shopping/ from the mall itself looking the Indian River and Ho( elsewhere, Commissioner formed. caught..: fire.Among .

And there is little doubt in our mind but that any Cape Kennedy. King asked for permission to YMCA officials from Melbourne the tint on the scene

decision made to select a site today in Tallahassee will In other action, the zoning speak on tho subject. are aiding the local group In wen: Cape Kennedy worker

be greatly a "political" one It certainly won't be one board recommended: After a strong plea In behalf getting organized land traveling along 401 U. W. Cope-
Ordinance John Grlwlslaff
based::; on the need that has been created for such insti- Enforcing Approval of rezoning/ of prop Toney, Norman) lltffltr, Marshall, Fred
at the of and
tutions. erty corner Coquina
VHHf in"a Mono and Jim Hart tuppui and
Cajron, from HI to K2 Insteadof ksiHa
The iV IR "B V*si k rushed to ,'
Star-Advocate would like to advise this out-of. Cate aid They tried to

county newspaper to take a look in its own "backyard"' I)'Kmilio.Denial It :1 as. sought by owner Gus got him out, but realized it was:
Zone BoardMembers
Urged By KM.HtiBirUy Impossible, and farmed
a "bucket
when urging that politics should be left out of this college of a request to rezone brigade"\: to get voter from a
] site selection. There is little doubt but that a tract off Tropic on Poinsctta
political Pd"r ditch on the north tide of the
influence and pressure can be used. of the Tltusvillo about tmurcin': ordinances from HU-t to ft.3 to allow apart. road ami pour on Cates and the

Legislators introducing and fighting for the bill in Planning and Zoning Board that is up to otluri" members meet construction. T--" F flames.: Cars were topped for
Approval of re-zoning of
Wednesday night expressed pointed out. fire cxtinquUhtTi and
Tallahassee that provided for creation of the four-year on the west Kido of Carpenter more people -
nome views that they felt that licy indicated strongly that rushed to aid.
university and the research and graduate center, madean responsibility of enforcing or they dirtn like to ace such low load from AU to B-1 to allow Titusville Fire Departmentunits

agreement that they would not make any attempt to dinanct and making suggestions ors no up in violation! of regulation a grocery store.Approval __" _- .wwA1y arrived anti. extinguished

influence any site selection decisions made by the Boardof : for now street names or but all they could!( do watt of rezoning of prop. thin fire. Rescue: unit from Pan
erty on Scdwlch Avenue from AU
Control. There were seven Senators involved-in the changing strict: names you nut cull it to the attention of others. American Fire Dept at the Cape
tn 11-2 to permit duplex construction
theirs but others within the Board member also" shied aided) In the rescue./
seven counties of the East-Central Florida area in which .
,city government.: away from taking over any responsibility : r After about m liours" of work
the two institutions were set to be located. Five of the for Approval I> of rezoning of property pulling the trailer back and then
At the close of the lengthy
at the southeast ofSingleton
Senators kept this pledge and attended no meetings of session Wednesday: members new names for street with duplicate corner pulling the back'of the cab from
Ave. and Garden Street Car (left) Hit Perked Vehicle the
the Board of Control diftlpg which site selection discussions were asked what should be done names. from ItU-1! to B-l to allow retail During this tlma was" released.

were carried on. Tw14 of the Senators did not keep about the many radio tower Members suM they freed: business This tame on a .2 split. -b being made to release attempts'him were

this pledge. We do not need to say which two were in- "springing up" In Bl sal) B2 that a survey of street ,j;J mes vote after a previous motion -U cutting& the steering wheel" tie.by
zoning; areas, where such arts. and numbers should made had failed It also
volved-look where the final three sites were located. be came following E. A. Snips of Smith Ambulance
prohibited but by others who have about hour of discussion that,
more : Service and highway
The need for both of these Institutions about trnoprr) WotIlimcll .
came as "There's nothing d" tune to ) at (.ram, waxed hot A
we can: spend' on it tlun they previousaijp'icatinn worked bard tu
a result of Cape Kennedy-not as a result of anything for this r*-toning/ was out get Catei.

else. If it were not for Cape Kennedy, the Board of Con approved by the zoning board but Cain
was rushed to Jess
trol would no more be looking for a site for a new four- Building On t Magnolia PlannedFor turned down by the city council. riih Memorial llnnpltal where''
year college in the Central Florida area than they wouldbe during the Wednesday ho la reported! In satisfactory coo
eight session, the 'hoard
rooting for Georgia to whip Florida in football. Engineering Firm Offices Gave tentative plat approval to skull and
hip Injuries
and minor
Some people in Orange and Seminole Counties have South Lake Shore Subdivision, burns

been uninterested in education '-__,__ __ .._'-u .. ._ containing 78 lots stretching from
so public higher that they .
rianninK am Mining uoara 01 ;enter said. mat the buibiinij Investigating officer Trooper
have for years fought the establishment of a public Jun- Titusville Wednesday night saw would contain 11.264 aiuare fed Carpenter Road to South Lake. It Burri.Il, assisted by Trooper Tom
il1 located south vt Garden Street.
site plans for an office building, : Conner of the
ior college in either of the counties. and would be similar In Florida Highway"
appearance Approved plan for addition
to be constructed along Magnolia Patrol said
that the cause of the,
Brevard was not so uninterested and as a'result haj Avenue, that nay become I local to the Holiday Offiw Cm to Southern Bell building, for accident was following too closely tj

flourishing Brevard Junior College to point to with great headquarters for one or two engineering ter which he constructed on parking for Brevard National I 'Burrell said that charge will

firms moving into North South Hopkins. Bank, for parking and drive be filed against the truck driver
pride.The for First National Bank,
site decision be reached by the time Brevard. area According to Burrell, wit Ins"
may you He laid that the building would lot plot plan for Church of God,
read these words. Regardless of that fact, these words Roy Stackhous, who presented be constructed for local headquarters for the layout of Dale' add.Uon Neill stated Deacon a car, driven of by Nora Me
must be said to point out that there are those who em- the parking plan layout for the for one or two engineering to Gardendal and for parking headed east on 402 with several"was"

brace you with one arm, while slowly pushing the bladein property, located between Jepson firms that would have a pay plan for a business building to be vehicles following her when she
deeper with the other. and Pritcharil Street, across roll in exceis of $$1 million per constructed by Roy Stackhouse on turned on her signal and slowed

from the Indian River City CM lear, lfa&JWlla'tAU'. Ran Off SR 10 And Turned Over ::1 S.. WRICK: Ca) Page *


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Page 2 TltusvllU (Florida) Slap. Advocate Friday, January 10,1M4"HES Dickinson Dies Principle which triumphs over Wednesday! testimony meetings

Aonroved For Oysters -- -- death" (Science and Health with at 8 P.m, at t 109 Baldwin Siit

--, Melvin Dickinson, 85, father of Key to the Scriptures by Mary ping Center Sunday School l.l

Areas of the Indian River In and channel marker "10" on the Mrs. Robert Miller of Titusville, Baker Eddy, p. 31)). children up to the age of 20 coh,

JJ')th North and South Brevard south. The latter Is Lbout: a died at his daughter home this First Church of Christ, Scien vends at 11 a.m. In the Chamber

ave been approved; for the"Rising half.mile north of the rev FEC morning after a long illness list, Titusville, holds 'Sunday of Commerce building. All are

and harvesting of oys Railroad bridge north of Titus .y ,.as .t He came here four years ago services I at 11 ..m. and welcome!
:t.S] and other mollusks at far vllic from Wiscasett Maine.

...a." pollution of the water is con The areas in the river apprcvtd ,. : Survivors are one son Vincent,

rt" 'I1"" In South Brevard are In the r of) Wiscasett; and two daughtterr -

""7! I r. T Pail Ilancy presented Malabar Valkaria and South ,'.. .. ...." Mrs Miller and :Mrs. Pearl AVOID INTERUPTIONSWhen

J3. 4 p to the County Comnns3 Beaches area, with two small t re f i YlI1' :'1. wv Hilton of Wiscasett customer don't run
r talking to a
> here yesterday, outlining strip at Micco and Grant still .. -;. .. .". t. Remains will be forwarded to you are and
Let us answer your phone,
Jit areas approved for such not sufficiently free of pollutionto Wiscasett for Interment In the for a ringing phone. You'll make salesboth
result of close i hold calls until you are free.
cultivation 41 a gain approval. < family cemetery under directionof
ran: ,peitionr He said that other areas of the fcmith Funeral Home on the spot and over the phone

Kc indicated that the entire Indian River. well as areas of

:South: end of Indian River La Banana River would be checked -' :, : Christian ScienceThe G lcarc

38>!n (the portion within Brervard ".. quickly as poisitlc" tc dettrrnine ; i trcQufcz

and the north end of the whether or not they are !spiritual: meaning of !sac
!&; :!iin River were approved approved. rament will be emphasized at Tltusvlll Area Cocoa A Beach Beach

The Indian River area is be. The testing of all areas of the communion services to be held J.755JO 636.7D31

JTw :en Grassy Point on the north river is a move by the county -1 .0 this Sunday at all Christian: : Sci I __ __ _
health department to make< *1.iI' _1-/ cnce branch churches, u

;Election Brings sure that oysters are raised in r4. Responsive Reading will open I '
unpolluted waters, or else thereis with a verse from John ((6:35)). -
ALL YOURS" Titusville
High State University, The 230-lb., 6-2 senior,
:Strange Figures a danger to the person eating; SchooH Head Coach John Gaines. left an offensiv{ and defensive lt 1dout for Jesus said unto them, I am I
such oviteriCouncil t the bread of Life: he that cometh JANUARYWHITE
wakes the hand of his All State
Titusville Jaycees are known tackle Titusville, signed a four-year scholarshipwith
:"Z:+t nbo\e! avenge; they have Dean Lotz, before turning him over toCoach the T nessee university last night, ta me shall never hunger; and

3Jro\ed It enec again Approves John L. Cobb, right, of Memphis (S-APhoo') he that believeth on me shall

At an election last night dur never thirst"Explanatory

"312: regular: Jaycees meeting Franchise ExtensionIn readings from SALE
that will WRECKS Georgia School Wickham Board the Christian Science: textbook
Mcmrthinfi. happened a special meeting late yel'
Officials will include these lines: 'Obey I \
not again in Coming
2robally) happen antimut'd terday afternoon, the city council!
"one trillion, 300 mil. voted to extend a franchise with (Coirtinti: From Page 1)) J log his precious precepts, -
Dr. Claude ] lib
Psrcell. following his demonstration so
3Jon times Written out It looks East Coast Disposal to continue'to Chairman AgainJoe
down to make a right turn into a School 8101jt.| in Oofgli, { far it
Me+ tins 1300000000000( the as we apprehend we i i
serve Whispering Hills
HTlour candidates have been ares with garbage colltttiDn
Ttthdy campaigning (for Jaycee May ItThe Tho vefekle immediately btbind courty school I superintendents Wickham, Eau: Gallic, was bread, are baptized with his

:2Ltrd vice.president of the orgn;! the Deaton tar, slowed down and Georgia, will arrive in the county re-elected chairman of the Boardof purity; and at last we shall ,
present franchise agreement Mapped, but the next vehicle was Monday for a study of school tit SPECIAL THIS WEEKEND ONLY!
trillion, a newly created\ office. t'j' County Commissioners here rest, down with him, in atoll
between the firm and the strut lion work, ,
:3vfty.two members were on hind tars) rime and swerved into the understanding of the divine
former Town of WhKnrrlng IIij: a Mi lane to avoid hitting the second yesterday. Lee Wenner, Cocoa, Your Choice of GE Hair Dryer or Steam 81: Dry Iron
tn ballot results the first
; on will arrive at Patrick AsaForce
They .
Gulf Estates terminates Feb. fleeted vice. chairman.
12 was .
ear, Another Vfhitle, driven liT II r: t-OK lUlU.
:Tallot; a four way I*, 13.13.13,13.Tbc Base aflernooir1 with Any Appliance Purchase of $100 or Morel
and contains a provision tt. It Monday (PA I fit blrtu will ta received by
Harold Brewer Jr, of Tituavllle .
: four candidates were Fred: by During the annual organizational the linard of County Commlwil........
would automatically be renewedfor cut to the south shoulder, and make headquarters at Coco up aetul 5:45: o'clock Jaou.ry
-Mcinnis, Don Mattison, Bob Keel t"'I: :
meeting, the board reapponUd ;
IJ la tb I
one year unless 30-days( notice wht* be taw the truck would be Beach They are expected to view
Zhl Bert McIntosh all heads room Court Houae, Tltuavllto FlorIda -
is given and study !Mitral school plants, for. t
unable to stop As Brewer's car
After the first secret ballot .
and Wickham named committees One It) IS 14 Reader Printercapable
City Manager Cleveland Tal- went off the shoulder: the truck recently constructed, and acv of ., ,
Sacral of those who had voted .kln ; blow baika'
madge said that L, J. Barding, canoe beside M on the south oral others under way. as follows: for 119 mm film lo a salver. MabU MINIWASHTWO
'4 oft the meeting, not realizing up .
lard print with a maximum Image
head of the firm, had agreed to aide and struck the tree. A While here they will also havea ". 1 1
:x,)ere was a tic. On the next hal pieceof Mosquito Control Wenner area 11-11,8', x 24 Viewing :
t-it three top candidates, Mclnnii, the extension. Talmadge laid that broken metal Clew /rent tbe tour of Cape Kennedy and will and G'IS Faulk; Finance trim Image, IS'mod I x print 2 4" to vnilnble,11' x _1 MINIWASHUW

Xcel: and Mattison, were sepur35ted bids on a new collection unit will truck at point of Impact and fly back home late Wednesday. ; Faulk, Wenner and George King I'', rlnt, t. be. trlmawd autoesaltcally -
boe opened next Tuesday and that the within maihlne I
broke the windshield of car
; by ony one vote apiece, Jr,; Industrial Dick Muldrew Ultli to be marked "Bid for OcWffi0
it should be avalable to
driven by Brewer n..der.I'rlnl..r" on ouulde at Ea W lJlJ
4hree votes from a three way tic. the Whispering Hills area Ly May Board To Meet and King; Public Relations v..lo/HI.

=But after the fourth ballot, 16 Burred said that the driver' King and Muldrew; Building ,..Joet The) any Board and reaervea all bid.the. right to 1: .:. _. __ _, j
end one of the atrangest elections Board of Public Instructionwill : and Faulk Recreation .
Wenner King
The would certainly save Buffered ; JOE H. WICKHAM
present $2 month ,
:2h history, Don Mattison, known charge of East Coast per Disposal severe burns and might have meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday for King and Muldrew; I
Gently' for his chairmanship of will continue until May 16 When been burned to death without the the regular January sessions. County Home, Courthouse COMMI0HIONPKKRHLVAKD I .

:Ike Jaycee Christmas Ball, was the city takes over, the monthly aid of the men keeping the fire Bid on the Dew Cape View and Juvenile Detention Home H.OKJIkA! COUNTY WITH MINI-WASH SYSTEM'!

.elected) third vice.president. barge will drop to $125. under control! Audubon Elementary Schools will Faulk; Airports Faulk) and Jan. II(). )T. (iFrl.) 19C4
.Mto elected last night to the he opened as well at oa the addition WennerUTCOKT .
A friend of Cates, driving a --
JtoarJ of directors were Bob to Coquina Elementary. -.'-; :::
truck close behind hit! was the --
-Hatcher and Jim Jlertzel{ NASA Causeway first person to the pinned drlv LOANS Free'5O T.600' .. ,4:2EE: ,
Extension Bid Set er lie said that when the fire

started, Cates realized lie could. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TITUSVILLE On r
Signature, Furniture, Auto, 'e
Bids on the link connecting the
MORE FAMILIES.Wl1.KIDS ant get out end told his friend to
west end of the four.laned NASAcauseway "take care of) my wile and kids UP TITI4ILI.r. tlUKIDtIN Red Estate, Beats
TMR.TCTC or n..4IIIIIHT rut: with the DEW route of because Ill never get out of here rMlltK-W: HUM I I"I HI.l''llr-l: 1\ KKltlMINHITO. : f.U.I, \tlC! !: 11% 4 ,)\"'T.KOI .
four.laned U.S. 1 will be opened alive" .I.... H*' 1HK <"l ".>.!Ml' Mle-K ""(Tin.lUI. / I .M. IiEt1'Enar.sTllEs : : SOUTHERNLOAN
I by the State Road :,
Burrell aiii that rescue of the ASSETS
January 28 Is TallahasseeSliD Cash, bal.neea with thor banks, and cub Itom. In
driver was hampered by too proce of collection .. .. ._ II,545,341.OS
," ... member Max Brewer *t- jTUiy people VylnJ to supervise United Wtate., flavcrament nbllfatUHia. direct and
T)" plained that the project,.wlti include .' let others uarantrxl' and to
urged people
Oblla4luna f ai4CM tell bontlcal5ubdlvls. o
e- ;( the interchange at the intersVetfoii trained In this work do itTransera IMH}o( any r..evea> JT. J. .. v.. ... n" 'n. .. 1 04.(73.li
.t In allow) for I smooth / Other boars'!, olu, and drbaalu sa.sIWluding S3T50UOOOtlea
to other hospitals
e wm lt of Federal agerolea( and corporatlona I not
flow of traffle'off the causewayand result of guaranteed by SIC.Net<< of any reaorvea) 375.000,M .
were as a
onto U 3. 1 1. necessary Corporal ilocka, ,injuries) sustained"" in accidents Keaerv. bank) (lillo' of any .......rv..) 2100000 .K
He said that the present US. 1.aane and ,1I.counl. (In(ludtag. Nana av.rdr.rhl .. 9,128,101,81Hank : South
lAst flight. tiremlHM, awned 821'.4J1011 l : l, fyrottwr and 1 route along the rivershorewould ) I *,K;I.D5 .. .. .. 187,MSM Washington 2(7-4311
be cut when the connection "About 5:30: rUI. Jest night a <(Hank< pronalaei sweat are aubjcat) None Ituna

is made between the new V.S. 1 car* driyeo by J.eon K. Blandof Other fOot aaaetaTOTAL amameri, by Dank) .. 13,+11h PHONE NOWI
route and the causeway, .Orlando( embed \through: ONE DAY SERVICE
/aadside guard posts just cast A88FT9 ,s.59.1GU4:!

Dragline Hits ft the Highway 60 bridge ever LIABILITIES Cash 24 Memhly
Detnnnd depo"lt. of Indlvlduala. partnerahlpa, and -
Lines; Power Off the F t. Johns River and turned frorpuratlona ._ .. ... .. ... .. ...., .. . t4,4OO.442,91 T. You Payments
PAINT WALES WITH be- Time end o".n. d.po.Ua at Individual, pertnenhlpa,
over, landing upside down
and mrporatlonaDepoalla ... ". u .. 1,0)11) .333.02TO -
Electric service customers! aide. the bridge. Bland was rushed nf I'.. ted Hlatea Government (Including pontal $150.00 $ S.8Y -
north of Titusville and jo the here by Smith 'Ambulance aavlnim' ... ...... .,...u ... .. .113.Bt -
I Depnalta of Mtatn and nolHlcal aubdlvlalontCerllflel 791 mid; 31 300.00 17.79 -
Garden Street South Lake area Service and later transferred and nffloera' cheHika. 174:IDS:TS
had a minute TOTAL DEPOI+ITS .... ....... .. .. a1,432oa.5y; 450.00 26.23 All handwaH..t4cs
power interruption (torn Parrisb ospital to a hoi I normally con be washed outo-

this morning as a result of a Pi lIt In Xilanciu( : lie sustained Total demands drpoalta ..". ...+................ .......-..a0,280n0U,68 600,00 34.39 ....ticoll, MI C-E'i minUfMr; wathbetket which re-

bulldozer' hitting power Lines near serious head: )males, according Total time and, aavlneja. depoalta _.., ... ,.. {2186,17001 mores quickly for big 12-lb .Lids requiring; heavier;
the new FEC the washing" action.2 .,.
w Indian causeway over to the latest reports<< CXuer liabilities .. .. .. ..... .' .. ... 300,403.79TOTAL

The Interruption River north caused of Titusville a slight. Later la d flight, Ronnie Wood( LIAnillTlfS' : :,.:.:.::.y.$ .. : ,. .:..:..::. ...:,. ..:...... .... .. a1,1a2,6141CAPITAL .i Temperatures Wash Speeds 3 Wash Cycles 3 Wish

delay! in an operation Jiam, 26} lluocj< Avenue,. tustain .
underway ACCOUNTS 12 Lb.
) Big CapacityActivator
4>4 serioua beck Injuries. when afar No. share' eutaanding' .sr ....
!'F s I ,h* was workiag under mov Sur illvldrd lase praril :'::"":t|'"::.:'''':.>:'-':.'. '. ... ':: :': 30000000 4 77 HI):2.1 IHHI:(19 III .i> FUler.Flo System Action *S g* &*j HJ/t 95

Stock Reduction Sale t 1 I ed off blocks and Ml. on him. _
TOTAL CAPITAL .. ..... .. .5 Warm ff
-.. Woodfiam/) was rushod tv Parrish ACCOUNTS 711,221.10 .i or Cold Rinse jf W

palnll DECOR Regular Inttrler.$470 Eoe'lor value vinyl'_ Hospital by Smith AmbulanceS TOTAL IIABII1TIES, AND CAPITAL, ACCOUNTS 11,121,186,61 41 Plea .\ 4 Water Level Selectors Ma Mm Ji WTGE

TWO GALS. f,r >.MD 'rvlce and later\ Craft: Time crrtlflcitoa of .I..po"it outal.ndtng ...
Doytona Beach hospital 116,2(78declar0 :
-c.nlnv" c...... In SUPER I. David hlnMtrpo VI... 1'r..ld'J\t. tho abav..namo.l bank do< h.r.by
K KM TON regular UI TWO At 10;:40 p.m. last tight, Don Hno) i"ilo> tkal and( "l tort of eoodltloll li tr la aad correct to tbo beat of my

iEASYIDGlEANi OALS. for 2740. aid Roy<< Sptnoer and OndalArbrU Davll Myera '
Sharpe, both sailors we. me '....I.r.I.1. dlreptora allot the eorreitnera nf this' rennrt nf HI-SPEED DRYER
SUPER "ollllIlon and .I..lar.
KfM-CLO Regular that it baa been examined by ua and to the beat of our
SUf TWO CALS for avUe WOJMl stationed aboard the USS Obacryctloii katwIdHie and belief !Ia true and e"rhel.n.. T. Wllllan a gig 12 P u dClothej our

Island at Part Canaveral M. H smith )) Dlrectora f1 Capacity 1 GECCTIME /

were killed in. an .e. Jan 10 ("'rl.> 1WI A. "Man' Mrew.. ) High-Speed Drying .---
System Thras Hen t -
eldest on) State 601 at the Part
THIS COUPON COM! Per $UM Selection Variable
>fr'rw.u ON PRICE OF ANY UIJO. Ibty were the second and thirdrattle Time Dry Control i PAYMENT
err mere PUICHASII' I ( deaths in the county *o Siftty Start Switch

) T.V. Stamps" w<'"i aN pwch..t far in 1M4at Dryer Model DA4t YCHECK PLANS

Tone Factory Paint Outlet Inc. Jess- TarrTui M al--;; 10 PIECE SOFA BED make it ;
SUPER AM 7-32S5 I pital.! however the hospital( ..1ft.UleIIL'J Skill1 Group Vau! -4169.9J to
power unit was qukkljrtut OUR buy now
BaUwU Shipping Center
I bit servk 7


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: even crayon HANDI.IDWITH' I:>> : :

marks, wash right off I Iw CHECK OUR
The easy way to lovelier TBONESTEAK IOW, LOW PRICES
rooms One coat covers and

*-* one gallon does the walls of 10 PC. BEDROOM ON REFRIGERATORS AND
an average room. Guaranteed -
.. waihabl WE HAVE CAREY : : Group Value 14195
Come In and sec them. WASHERS!
!french Friars' Lttfue t
}>uble! T.V. Je.a
Stamps M be we ..* yew Pr dudpli|.M I* Hmmllel Wftk and Tomato, Roll .,_ _

On Friday Saturday With e.,. wh.... ye* .... tt te Or Drag l..r.. Yew cm|,Ul. etaw- and Butttr.

2 This Adrertiaement! _. ... In the 'fed KM. Ov flwrawcM k e iitea .( anewi.Wf .- .- AUTOMATIC

.; Largest Selection Of ., i man el Integrity, Men tt eWltty T.*. yewrte

t Wall Paper In Town ".wI"""" .. .Mm wM Ml t-4d.I tk.. H wiN I. 1.09 4
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BaUwIn' $"h"epli*. Center I Indian River Plata) Rt
AM 7-3MJ Titusville PInt. Plata TUiurUle I S24 Canal Si Phone Indian Hirer City
Phone GA ...131 or 2S7J133reas _

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' Friday, January 10, 196-4 Tlhmlll. (Florida) Star Advecat ,.,. 3i L \,


I tl'eetaate. Mnrflond: 7 DAYS
that .ul,, ho been. filed dtaln.t I 7 KITES 7 fJ.1
Titusville & North Brevard County yw: In Ihr i'")null Court of ihe
Ninth Jilllal L ClrrulI I In and for I
Br.',irl ( "mlv Florida, entitle 98 j
HI"UARn (11'I Evangelist ComingTo I'101m\ MARCIA M.'t'1 1.1 I KbMMNT7F ;
nefrnlant In thanceryiNa
Assembly Church tf4.it.. The nature .,of Ihla awl,, I Ac all i tJy.tied I" SUNDAY NEWSI,.AFI $ ..i n4n 'e :
U to .1,1/.111 a illx"" and tibet I a 60 REXAU

Special( services will be con. \'UARF fll\ ,.ur. : IICKECY wnllen"; .left-nan REQI'IRPDo Witt I BUFFEREDASPIRIN REXALL MILK ofa

ducted Sunday at the Assembly j Ohm rirrK of call I'ourl and I nerve SALE STARTSTHURSDAY MAGNESIA

of God Church by Evangelist Lorne.h. "'.n upon. tlilniirfa' a I i
i I ef re rrbruary lu
Tommy WiUon IU5ul. j Decree Pro onfeaa., will R.g.69o34c 26 or R.g 99c/fOf

He is a dynamic preacher of be WITNESS..I"n',1 I igalllMt bend you and official a IAw IVEN MOAT SAVE OX roattiS, To01t
: my
the Word and a talented must r heal aa Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn OK taebs.aHTIRUIIGN ICOHOMt el174c 0'1Re119 4c
and.I for Ire\arl County Florida, 0
JAN. 9
clan, playing the piano, accord! thin eth day of January, IJoliCUlItT : ,
an and trumpet and will also : BKAL: or
Seko' i urtla) K, DarneiClerk #
present vocal solos during the iqM of the Circuit Court In r a' REXALl PANOVITE
anti I lot llrevard Count,
t Rev. Wilson will be minister. B>' Hertle Hall SATURDAY
Deputy Clerk VITAMINS
trig in both the morning worship I SANE C MIRRLLL & SON '
service at 11:00: o'clock and 1 the P O Dot 1748 18 lorl..130 49c
1 Orlando Florida
evening evangelistic service at Attorneys for Plaintiff I a a Sivi even gsn't/ /n icMtomy tlit,
Jan. 10 17 24 :U rrl( ) I9A3IN .!) : ', i .
7:30 p.m. Ft b t R55'O 0.14
't. ; ]9
Toe: ('OtNTJIIX1EX .c... t ;H' ,t 1/2 PRICE SPECIALS :
( UI R 1'. llll :*.%lll> (.Ut.'\: T\'.
Sunday School meets at 10 DISCHARGE ASPIRIN
All pereoni ar. hereby notiflel,, ANTISEPTICMOUTHWASH Adrlenne Sp
Ruby-ted. +ti
--' I Spicy einnw C LIQUID Fro
. a'm IAIiEvangelist that the underiignml a. Ancillary mon flavor f'1ncd s+nillres
I 5-Cnin d
Imlnlntratrlx of laid e.tate baa Odorites
" I The pastor's sermon topic at ompletel the. ai'nlnl.lrallon thereof Tablets i 2Jc 120 Titled, 100.mi VITAMINS tresten5 air)
the 11 o'clock worship hour will and hat tlle.l In Bold court, her fInal "a. :'f P/ 1)t, A.,050,

be "What are you doing with report and thereto"pllcaUon" It any far dinchoraeObleclluna .houh' be.luly o A ONIAYt/coxaslr tVE N MORI 1,59' Pint Ollort 2

your Saved Life?" flied'.howlolf After fillna thin proof nonce ot pubIkatlon hue- Rg. 1 I" Oil C 24 i1. Rr/,111'109 54c Rea. r It" PI, 49c It.,. $.9S 97 Rea. t,,, 79cREXALL

Bro. Charles Jenkins, Jr. will .been published once .a week t1r' tour
)Onl.cullweeka, the mailer ot .p
preach Sunday night at the 7:30 prov.1 ot held report and the ordering ,
It dlalrlbutlon of laid elide NEWS Fir CAlldr.n o'REXAIL
will comr before the court Nvr RE)44Ll
Training Union meets at 6:30 Constance AkteklnAs I'JII'31 / W Neo/II
Ancillary Imlnimratrlx of GEL RUBBING MINUTEMAN CHEWABLE !
p.m aid e.tale' 1 ANTISEPTIC MULTIPLE
The public is invited to attendall Flr.t Publication On Dec 27 1963 ALCOHOL
Mmtulrc. Vnorhli & Wells '6 MOUTHWASH aa )tai
the services of this church CREAM ) VITAMINS
P U llox U3 '>aeW : Amber relay, "Wlhe. 1500.95 Nw GEL loan means no I I

located on ALA 2 miles north of AUnrne Orlando norMa for AilmlnlalratrlxDC s ,Mt.a{ up" taste, .. / F MENTHOL OR REGULAR iar lplash, no Will, no wssttl i 'e1 Dllllloutl

Barge Canal. J7. 5O6J. in. 17 (.rl.> 191\1\ 34. agC Awwh, 365 Tablets .Ii 97
_______ _u_ cc. Sop. P49C ,
I OF God IN. till: f IIK I I II' ( III KT tit' Tilt : 14.1. 62C I 01' 64ce Pier R+' 1 Rig 1.93
Assembly 1T9
A./,11s Rea
MN'III 411111.I < UK liT. 1 ININII
Kill IIICI.I \ till* IOI\r\.
Vernon E Wilson, Pastor an- Tommy Wilson I IOIIIIIMWtl'Kt\ I
( '". "!I.Olt IIXAU +
Enounces the following services I 'IIrICF. III- "l IT CARA NOME ,r 1

:* for Assembly of God Church 1\ TILE I IRI ( IT rat NT 01 01111: DOHOTIIV 1.. 1'11\1.1.1:4.) I Plnlntlfl w, GER RI TE ,.7. MULTIPLEVITAMINS I Iy
.11 IM< ILL Hurl I If It11 > BRFTE
NIMH \'.. M
Sunday School, 8:45 am: rOK. KH .tltll 1111 Y15.I HOWARD L PHYLUM, VITAMIN AND DEODORANTSr HAIR
;Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.; f OKIIIl Dcfenilan 4 .
111.1\l Ml* ><> tI$4lunto In n .
.Christ Ambassador Youth Ser- \ l l TO: Dorothy L. Phyllll5a I For Iran CREAM er 011 ON InANINI ONr.IAIL'T DAILY SPRAY

vice 630: pm; Evangelist Service ROBERT E KIMMbL., Mn. Mildred bUterbeck deficl+ncy, 1 39 200 rolt/.f/
Pi'tlilonerMARGIERITE 441(1( Green Kpilnf AvenueYOl Req. 100 Rij orHirdTo-Hold
Vest Mlfflln nneylvenla 40'a Res a 'ate
: 7rAi
pm v. '
Tommy Wilson, a 21 year old Detencln that a petition for mo,llflcatlon) of. as tckoar sic -k..J EACH Reg. 3.00 I Req. 191 98c
TO MAROtERITF KIMMILiHe.llence the final decree of divorce In reGard
evangelist, will be ministering : unknown) I to the custody of the ml noihlllren ,

NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN or the piiillr. ha. been ,... ..
cordi-al. that a Petition fur the change of Court file I agaln.t of the Ninth \ cui.to LYNN KIMMtL has been flied I Iaialn.t In and fut Hrevard County Florida
\ 1 ) you In the abovt-enllllodCourt You are hereby. required. to carve .a SPRAY LATEX HOUSEHOLD lOc BOBBY PINS 5 CHILDREN'S
Robert K. KIMMEL Pet copy or your now. or other w.IU..aej.u RIXAU .
'. First by BRUSHES
PresbyterianReport to the petition filed herein TOOTH
)Itloner and) Plaintiff In the ,
tried' cause, and you are hereby for-e NkCarey Defenlant It P TraveraAttorneya O Icon' STARCH RUBBERGLOVES REXALL LAVENDER 10 02 ASPIRIN
will the of adored and directed to file your
topic S42, Cocoa Heath Floras. and to 49c'6yl"'I'rco"y;
other '
anawer nIn
*Rpv Bates' sermon at the 339() ) np*,arnnc to aald) Petition. either wally .r."n. fie the irlglnal thereof In the of 98c AFTER SHAVE LOTION Reran 146GImt74ol
lte. of the Clerk of the Circuit I
find 11 o'clock worship services o. by attorney In the fflthe" ot Small,
of Kretarl Florlla
Court IX11 11- grain, 100
Clerk of the .bov..I..I.d Coin BEAUTIFUL BOXED AND
on or before the Hth day of Kebruaiy Medium,
Sunday. There is a Church or by serving an answer on Donald Aerosol _atrll/ Tablets.Acs. .
AD 1HJ4.! 50
N. Rowley Petitioner and Plaintiff l.fa'
!hour for children to 34'c'
nursery ago I attorney whole adclrew )liP HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Decree '
: Beach, Brethe Pro Confeiao will be entered aealniit Ay, Sf1PRA1
six at the latter hour only O Box 2158 Satellite ;
), yard County. Florlda on a. before vou fur Ihe relief prayed for In aaldpe lust J Pair ; SEQUOIA PINE-PINT BOTTLE f / :
Sunday School, with classes 10th lay of February, 1 CotherwUe I .ItlonDOM. IIAACR 111 NATURAL 69C
call. Petition' will be take AND ORDERED at Tltuavtllo 1.00 I5) /AUINIf37c $
(i/or all ages, convenes at 9:45: ; aa confen.eil by you &and null cause Florl la. this 9th day of Jan 49c 'f ,; too t 2.00 BATH OIL _
And the Junior.Hi and I Senior.III ball proceed 10 final hearingThla uarv"RAT REAL D 19(4ICOI ( '*, / __ 1 '
Jan 7 1964 *
Youth Groups convene at 7 p.m. (Court S..IICurUa) ft(RTIH R. BARNF3 \
( R, name Clerk of the Circuit Court for ,' '. .' r
This coming Sunday however, Clerk of Circuit Court I Hrevarl County. Florl la 75c ADHESIVE TAPE .
the Annual Meetings of the congregation BY:Hrrtle Hall By nrrtle Hall SEAMLESS LOUIE .
Dep ity' Circuit! Court Clerk Clerk e o
and church; Corporation I Jan II,- 17. 21,31 iFrl) 1M4____._Jan 1A, 111.tll iFrl I.) 14 NYLONSe APPLE BLOSSOM ;,
will be held at 7 p.m. In --- BUBBLE :

:the sanctuary, to be followed at Sam JanoverINSURANCE Mnh/teat Or Quailly R"ul.r HAND HAND e

'approximately 8 p.m. by are. Nfld., BATH

.ccption; for new members re LOTION CREAM i i49t

ccived during 1963. The Boardof Pal, j u.. :

_Sea Deacons for this are occasion.hosts and hosUs i .ANY ANYONE TIME 49t c]) (I) .:,. .2.00, : $ :

The adult choir rehearses j ANY PLACE tJ,1:

t Wednesdays at 8 p.m.,. and the I, ANYTHING ICONOMY 98

Junior Choir on Saturdays at yNYL) BABY .
.10 a m. Both groups are seeking


Class: The pastor Communicant. lA "I'm At iVrnr Phone As 267-7319 your Phone" BOTTLE All Slzu BRITE CONDITIONING === War
for young people commences [ t ]
_. ffi" 'I i 't
after school today (Fn --- ---- --- --- --- -- --- SHAMPOO !. -ttJ:

day January 10th). --

DIY Till: ('1I1f lIT TO! KT .liK. TUB Peck ef N'. t'. cant Pints Reg.1.89'' u.
MMII: JIDirlll, ( IMIITMOMIIlt lit .
'\ (Hit f'ut"T\, IN ,,"MI tllH Hilt- I SCAFFOLDING MIII, 1eal..f !, RExALI FUNGI-REX : Ski FRESHENER It or. .. 1.25

('II 1CIR111.111.1 7 with.1000" it"" rh ., FarWhIete'I'OWDII root. 2.5fl CLEANSING CREAM 1.P'
:xirn of M IT ION 0)5ON'E: c r ,
BERLIV KEFCfc. J = poe, 10,, ,., //0. I.lh,, fee 89e .

:... Plaintiff. PANNING J too MIGHT CREAM' ,Hw. 1,50

MILDRED: 1 L. REECE, 1.01Oe" Paid ei rw. lie tars
Defendant LUMBER CO. RlXAtL LIQUIDANTACID IAIY'' ..50 OLD CREAM 7" ,,. ..... .25 ,'
S. Bon M7 Terre Haul. Indian k I GEL CARS TM'' BABY LOTION ,"''I O,5 HORMONE
Ttl .3.1700 Merritt |Island l I a15 team end a4.a. BABY I6 u; CREAM akel. ........ 1.75
You are hereby notified bat a (Opening, yard In Titvivlll. soon) "eeAael..I I p.afe CAli. ''''. POWDER
I : Dlufrl" [
Complaint for Divorce baa bees Nudeondse /a AdxIR R InlMfa 9n 1.25 CLEANSING GRAINS crd).q f/caw L2.j
filed afaloat you. and you art rtawor 1 j Au41yRrQef', 149 ...- ,.. BABY 'Itit. ''ackh..d.,4 01, ,
41ul.od to .rv. a copy ot your A a. --- CARE TM'' BATH LIQUID I MIJICAJID! I ;
2 09
or Pleadlaf to the CODtplal"Ioa CLEANSING LOTION
the plaintiff attorney A. IMOPbMANN RIXAU IIOUIAI .- dirt.i." .... hap, ... Pendnh.pAmden 1 1.00
.w I
: JR, P. O ROT: 72tMEKRITT MADAM on nuoniDi TOOT PASTE neg. 98c IL l.ltlh

file the orlf ICLANU Inal Aniwrr. rl.ORIDA.nu or Pl adln. Big 6H-4Z. tubs 1I@V"::( : .1G0 MOISTURE BALM vie seder*'*..,P. t... /00 :
10 he stileS or the Clerk ot the 59c each NOW
u. r*
Circuit ('our) on or before lb. tilth FOR FIRST TIME IN THIS AREAI R.a 200 MOISTURE/ CREAM IQQ \ '
daof: February, 1001 If you fall ,??'?? ?.?,. ,WM?.
I Will Raid Your Entire Life, Put
to do wudgmoot t>y" default will K MOP RIAe slat federal Jia t
he taken aialml you fir the rnlitf( 4 Present and Future!


Mlle, Klnrlla' thla 9th day of /an. ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLEFOR
Circuit Court Uretard County. Witch Far The HAND Sign Open Dilly A Sunday j' 6 79c LIQUIPRIN F : ,00 DEODORANT ;
By Beetle Halt PHONE 277.107? 7 A. M. til II:00 P. M.

Jal A. J. Hotemana. Jr 100 TABLETS Reg. F g. OLD SPICES

Ian Attorney 10 17 for 14 11 Plalnllff(..1.1) 19&.. '.. I I Gr. ASPIRIN 9c 110Rtg. SKIN BRACER 69c r: :" AFTER SHAVE 51-W$

lw 6 Add A Room i 45e Reg. Moans KOTEX or 33c 98c BRYLCREAM HAIR DRESSING, 69GRag.f:' : :LiSTERINE 77c :4S8c



'J H.g.83e Col 9 stet Crmt Gleam 1000 :Ae : BATHROOM


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Construction Co., Inc. I SUPPOSITORIES 1 13c 81.,9 X87t ;j : ROMILARCFfe 99c

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rituivlll (Florid) SUr. Advocate Friday, January 10.1964 1 I .

It t I r riT ; 1t 'round town I i I

t:22 I ;2:7: And Notes wills barbara carlAon
wits i
: oI Name Brevard / Ph. 2474151' "' .... '

Hills Country Club, which as usual, will teary. ,
We can all look forward to two Whispering t".1
exciting and busy months coming which promises to be quite an delightful array of local i
earth shaking affair( We hear General Chairman, Mrs i I. .oJ','
up, with several events plannedby
Gaenkke (Clare) Simms of Abbott \
various organizations In the Mrs Peter (Elaine)
U If v"; shaken some of is busy working out the dot, I
Exchange Student :, "r P4x' Garden Club BoardIn area. has already up
in town by order making arrangements for d ,
the merchants
;* Titusville Junior Woman's Club
Addresses JWCFive ; ,.a January Meeting 3000 cotton balls and an tions.
( will start the ball rolling on, Feb. ing over .
r March 6, 7, 13 and 14.m
amount of tooth picks. (
members accepted 1 with a Winter Carnival Ball at enormous
new( were tb', The Executive Board of ,the
y tdA Elaine really feels quite well and dates set for Titusville 1.Theatre's 1.11"-,. "-
into the Titusville Junior
General Garden Club held itsJanuary
Woman's club at the January hasn't had any accidents, she Is musical product, Ir
: meeting at the horn of Pink Ladies To Elect '
chairman of the decorations "The King And I" This hith" \
7 held at the Woman'sClub Just
melting Mrs. Ida lUgcll. 1412 Bell Terrace
building Guest speaker for Officers For 1964The committee, she plans to turn the will be directed by Mrs. Chari
at 10:30: am Thursda Won (Jewel)) Bradfield and will b., ,
r club into a virtual Winter Iii i?
the evening was Miss Lupe January 8th. Those attend g
Pink Lady" Auxiliary
which first production in TLTI..
derland: for the big event / *
Hernandez, an exchange student were the officers, circle cha* r. ENGAGEMENT TOLD-Mr, and Board! held its final meeting of civic ccn theatre building on Brown A- ,
will benefit our new
from Ecuador attending Bre men and chairmen of the stq !I. Mr*. J. T Parmer of Scottsmoor, the year Tuesday, January 7. Officers The building loot completedbut ,''I

vard Junior College. Ing committees. 1\ announce the engagement: of their for 1904 will be elected at ter.Next big event on the calandarIs several big work sessions, II,
Miss Hernandez Is taking a daughter, Janle Carol, to Thayer the luncheon January 14, 12 noon.
t- & for this weekend
general course at the college and -"_ Mrs Rigell!, president, at Hills Club. I Beta Sigma: Phi Sorority's annual planned drat I
II Bodcnhamer of Trenton Ga., Whispering Country '
r ; flounced that Mrs. Norman Cow- Sweetheart Ball in Cocoa next to finish the theatre.
plans attending the Univcrlty I r v
on ; son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dod Ail members and guests are
Hbf Intermingled with all then. ,
had the office which will benefit r.
of Ecuador when she te!' 1-l11 art accepted enhamer. asked to call Mrs. Louis Vopelak, Beach on Feb. 8 .
recording following the the Heart Fund Each of the events are the usual club ,,'
turns home She Is in the Un i" AM I 74218, tor reservations Women
.. icsignalion of Mrs. J.V. Moqufn. four local chapters will sponsora social activities, one or tun i ,
itcd States on the "Helping : interested:! in belonging to the
Hands for Latin Land program 4T < Minutes were then read by Mis. Hibiscus Garden organization are welcome to attend "sweetheart" candidate to be mage sales and many 1111I1 i,

r( /; Cowart followed by a icpqrt Circle MeetsThe the luncheon, meet the crowned the night of the ball. activities we haven't heard dbolll, 1

from the treasurer and the CrcL members and learn more about Representatives of all chapter yet. \
HIP speaker noted that many chairmen on the 'Happy Ilibiscus Garden Circle their activities More "Pink in the Tri.City Council met Wed.
Latin American fctudenU. >> havea home of of Mrs\ John and Joyce Pavlck: ml
Holiday" home tour in December met Wednesday at the Ladies" are needed to serve our ncsday night at the home
distorted! view of life in the Mrs. James Brown with 17 enlarging hospital Nelda Flynn Whispering Hills their 2Vi month old son. Stum.

United State She mentioned members and one guest attend The Auxiliary is grateful to the lid along with Mrs Esther Lee, returned recently from head'
tint the American movies have <,' S'Af1. VyrP'r ) .k The home tour was attendedby ing. many organizations that have as chairman of North Brevard Dl three weeks of visiting with

been quite misleading in d<'pal L" 3 Lj approximately 273 guests and shted In supplying favors (for the vision of Fla Heart Assn. and Joyces parents, :Mr and \Jr-
ing life here. Miss Hernandez the concensus seemed to Ipc Mis\ E. A. Smith, chairman, hospital trays.Poinsettia. !Mrs Jeanne Bodfish field director Stephen Sautncr in New Jcrsiv>

added that many Latin Amerl : : that it was a huge success presided over the meeting. for Fla Heart Assn. The Pavicks, of 1130 Thor' n

cans have the misimpressionthat and would be repeated this year, "Pleasures and Trcasuies" was An event coming up on Feb. 11 enjoyed a sightseeing: expeditionto

all the people living In the but would be judged Mrs J. W. the subject which could be ap' CircleIn is sponsored by St Teresa's New York City where tin's

United States are wealthy and Buckham, treasurer, reported plied to most any topic, but Interesting MeetThe Catholic Woman's Club and saw the Jimmy Dean Show.

live at a very rapid pace. A y that t a net profit of $32010 had Mrs Kenneth Schcnck chose the should be of interest to all Miss
aT been gained by the venture rose. Poinsettia Circle of the Carol Lane travel director for More holiday travelers wen.
She mentioned that Com most Titim illc Garden club met Wed of Barn..
The rose, one of the will be Tom and Kay Pate 106
Shell Oil Co. guest speaker
muntMn has quite a great influence A proclamation letter from beautiful of all flowers, is a ncsday afternoon ai the home of Ave The Pates visited sevt ,<'
at 8:00
in Latin America. Russia Gov Farris Bryant was read symbol of fragrance and love Mrs\ W. 11 li Bennett with at a special program : relatives in Oklahoma, Including
in the community room at
proclaiming Arbor Jan 17lh p.m.
offers more scholarships Day, Mrs. Sumner Ferguson as co- Mr. and Mrs
many liness Its name calls to mind Kay'i parents, \II
..r Citizens Bank :Miss Lane is a
to: students in Latin America as a day dedicated to planting lovely poems, stories, paintingsand hobtcssJdlowmj. W. Shooh of Tulsa her sister an I
nationally known lecturer and Is
and a large number of students trees in Floiida. During "Tree even famous persons. The brother in Oklahoma City; Tom ,
a dessert of Icecream in such great demand it is necessary
Planting Week, 12th :
art) taking advantage of these, January enjoyed this enlightening father A. W. Pate and his bn +
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Engagement and cake roll, nuts and coffee, to book a program with
to 18th, all Circles will be plant.
she laid. then. E C. Pate of Broken Arrow
forthcoming; marriage of Nancy Ellen Russell, to John ing varieties of trees, among and entertaining tulk. Mrs. Ferguson Introduced the her a year in advance. Okla Tom's father returned

Mrs H. T Walker, chairmanof William t Gillenham is being announced by Miss Russell's them a living Christmas tree to The hostesses, Mrs. James guest speaker: Mrs. Walter J. Among many other things, to Titusville with him last Sunday

.the Home Life Department, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Russell, 224 Beverly. to located at the South end of Brown Mrs. E. A. Dutf and Noise' Jr., a member of the Miss\ Lane will demonstrate how [or an extended vacation.

announced that 84 Christmas Mr. Gillenham is the son of George W. Glllenham of town. Mrs. Ernie Harris served candy, Kocklcd.:o Audubon Society. to( compactly pack a suitcase. leaving Kay in Okla for a longer

Food baskets were delivered to Chuluuta and Mrs. Evelyn Fincher of West Palm Beach. nuts, fruit cake and coffee. The Mrs. Folse gave a most interest Since she is on the road constantly visit. She will return home some

needy families. The Titusville The wedding will be an event of Saturday August 15, Plans for beautification of the table was covered with an Ing talk on "Birds In your Gar Miss Lane has the opportunityto (time today

Jaycees delivered the baskets at St Teresa's Catholic Church Islands were discussed and Mrs. American beauty rose table cloth din" discussing the kinds of try all new kinds of travel

again this year Fred Salter, chairman of City with tnpiorics of pink carnationsand trees and shrubs to use to attract equipment such as luggage, Titusvillevoman's Club will

Mr. Peter Oainkke, chair JWC Chairman Boeing Wives Public Planting, said that bids glads as the center piece. birds, stressing the use of[ makeup, various styles and materials plant two trees In front of their \
man of the Fine Arts Depart would be requested this week. (trees and plants native to this in clothing All In all, her building on Jan. 16 following the

ment, announced that a sewing Thanks ContributorsTo January MeetingThe lien committee wail meet at her Those attending were: Mrs. area She used a most colorful talk should be fascinating and Golden Years Club meeting in

contest was coming up and urged Basket Fund Boeing Wives Club of home at 10 am. Friday; Jan Herman Adams, Mrs Paul and pretty picture composed of the public is cordially invited to connection with National Arbor

members to enter. All inter North Brevard will hold its Jan uary 10th. Plans and bids will Bamforth, Mrs. James D. painted birds and live plant mat attend the program free of Week.

,ested members ore asked to Mrs. Hans T. Walker, ('hair'man uary meeting January 16th, at be presented to "Pride" on Jan. Brown Mrs. J. W. Buckham etliil to show what plant life is charge. At 7:30 p.m. that same evening .

contact Mrs Ron Halcomb or of the Home Life department the Smelser residence, 629 Poin- 16th, as they have kindly offered Mrs Norman Clark, Mrs. E. A. avaihblo for garden use. Valentine's Day theme will be Mrs. J. J. Conde, club pres.

Mrs. Ed Wright of the Titusville Jr Women's sepia Avenue Forest lulls to match $25000:\ of Garden Duff, Mrs. II S Elrod, Mrs. carried out at Welcome Wagon !dent, has scheduled a meeting

Club, wishes to express sincere This meeting will begin at 10:30 Club funds with theirs tot the Edward Enigson, Mrs. Attic During the business meeting Club's membership tea in February to reorganize the "Friends of
Mrs Ralph Powell, .chairujin thanks to all organizations, and, members voted to plant a tree
co a.m. with a demonstration and a purpose of the island bcautication. Gill. at the home of Mrs. Ned The Library" organization and
of the Curniva.1 l, announccd -,. !individuals who contributed toward at the Art League Center during West Circle
Wiftef, : I? short. business meeting! At 11::45, (Gloria) Rust on invites all Interested to attend.
that a meeting of all the Christinas basket fund potluck luncheon will be served The Board adopted< the/ landneaping Mrs. Ernie Han, Mlt. C. W. National Tree )Planting Week. Gloria's lovely home will be decorated The meeting, will be In the Lib

.. chairmen will be held at her Although 84 baskets were packet I Each member Is requestedto ) of the new Art League Ktmcii, Mrs W. J. Moore, MM Mrs Sidney Ciirraway plans to with hearts and cupids in rary and Mrs\ Condes urges for
home on January 9. and delivered f the club still fell A K. Schenck, Mrs. J. A. Sheri also carry out the tree planting of
bring one 'dish of her choice, Building as a project, with chiding a long line cupids mer members as well as new
Mrs Earle Snyder has been short of its goal salad, casserole or dessert. Poinsettia, Hibiscus, Hill 'N dan, Mrs. t. A. Smith, Mrs theme in her visit to the Rehabilitation along the front walk to welcome members to come to it.

appointed Junior Advisor for the Dale and Acacia Circles participating IlDussrll Smith and Mrs. Sam Center next week. guests Each member of the clubis
local I Club Mrs. Mrs. Walker has suggested:: that, Reservations are not an ab Clonts. Plans made for next
Richard Van were requested to bring a guest to Pink Ladies! cu Jess Parrish
Horn and Mis, James Luce have in order to help more needy solute necessity, but those who It was reported that a "living" Tenth's meeting which will be a the tea. Memorial Hospital will elect and
it would bea
families next
been appointed members of the year andgrt.ups plan to attend arc asked to call Christmas tree had been plantedat Methodist CirclesTo tour of Cypress Gardens Members Scheduled for the last of February install new officers at a luncheon
great help if organizations
Pride Committee in Titusville. one of the co-hostesses, Mrs. the Royal Castle site on North will lunch at the Chalet or first week of March Is next Tuesday at Whispering Hills
would includein
in this area Meet
New members' welcomed into their budget for the coming William Clark, AM 75151; or U S. No.1. Christmas Cheer TuesdayThe Suzanne before visiting the the annual IRC Talent Show, Country Club.
Mrs. Morrison AM 75974
the club Mrs Brenda Ray gardens.
were: azaleas will be
the Elizabeth -----
surrounding Howell
year a donation to the Christmas Circle of
Colombo, Mrs. Helen Colds, banket fund People are urged to If possible tree to add color the First Methodist Church will

Mri. Joan Feinstein, Mia Judy understand that this Is not merely f'or any information about the meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, at Medical I SocietyTo i SPECIAL !
On February 10th all
Phillip, and Mrs. Kathey a Jr. Women's club project buta Boring Wives' Club, women may members the home of Mrs. John Stephens,
YounGblood. project of the community to aid call the president, Mrs W. L. are looking forward toja .4 Azalea St Mrs. Kenneth Martin Hear AF Officer

Guests. included Mrs. Esther the community It Is only spear. Bcnncr, AM 74252. Flower Arranging Workshop to will be In charge:: of the pro Capt Robie Hackworth. Reg. 17.50 CREMEOILPERMWAVE. $
Faenza, Mrs. Rugger, Mrs be held at 10:00: a.m. at the [ lV.OTues.
headed by the Jr. Women gram and Mrs Ronald Hose will
USAF, will "Aero
Woman's Club with speak on . .
Nancy Porter, Mrs Greta building, give the devotional. .
Matheny, Mrs. Rita Novotney On behalf of the JWC Mrs. Jaycee Wives Club Acacia Circle acting as hostesses space Phy iology" at the meet

and Mrs. Anne Patterson Walker expresses grateful appre Titusville Jaycee Wives will Mrs. Andrew Pickett will The Sylvia Aldrich Circle will ing of the Brevard County Medical .. Wed Thurs. OnlyRAYMOND'S

elation to the TiUi.ivillo Jaycees be in charge of the workshop andit meet at 10:30: a.m. Tuesday< at Society Tuesday January
for once again delivering the hold their January Federal 14 meeting at promises to be a day of informal the home of Mrs L. J. Kilburn, 14, 800: ( p.m. at Rockledge Countiy BEAUTY LOUNGE
the First
baskets, and also to the follow. Friendship fun for all Members 3338 Elder St. Mrs. James Herring Club. Indian River PIn Call 267-3186 for appointmentFISHER'S
ing groups and indivduals who so Room at 8 p.m. A cosmetic aie advised to bring a sack will be in charge of the program A social hour will precede the
generously contributed. demonstration will be shown to meeting from 7:(00) to 8:00.
Martin Co., Elizabeth Howell members and their guests. lunch, wear slacks and be sure to ___ _n h_ ____ ___ ______ __
call in to Acacia Circle h/ A baby sitter will be providedin '
'f"' Circle of *'Irst Methodist Church Plant will be made to meet
Thursday, February 6th for rtervatlons. .' hall at the 9 30
/ Titusville Jaycees First Baptist with (the Cocoa Beach Wives Hennessey : II'

Church, Whispering Oaks Garden tlub to discuss by-laws. All ) hour.
--<--L-_._ ._ ANNUAL SHOE
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Circle, Gateway Welcome Wagon Ja'ceellvCII are urged to

,} Club, Mr, find Mrs Herschlcr, tend at-I I

BPO Elks Lodge, Mr and Mrs The Club meets once a

Lee Partaln for Rehabilitation All Jaycee wives ore Invited
Center, Boeing Wives First join. The aim of the club is to I

Christian Church of IRC, Spaceport aid the local Jaycccs with their i

Young Republicans, Titus project Anyono wishing in-

ville Auxiliary 4228; formation is asked to call Mrs S It'

:t:; Veterans of Foreign: Wars, Vrrn Cannon, picsident or Mrs.

} Mrs.Martha Winifred Conklmg H! ,MacLean Hob Hatcher, Mri Janus Lovan vice"picsident Upholstering ffA : J

(manager of 7.11 Stores), Brown

1 ic Troop 331, legal Sec. Assn? Church, Pythian Sisters, Titus AM 7-1399 --ter : Sale Prices On Shoes Start TODAY!

First Presbyterian Primary villa Boat: Club. Tourist Club,

Dept, Coquina Elementary Mwllc Misses Pilot Club, First I
School, PEO of Titusville\ Wo Baptist Church of Slims, Eta Eta I a

men's Golf Aaan.. EYC of St. and Tau Omicron Chapters of For The Very Finest WOMENS
Gabriel's Episcopal Church; Beta Sigma Phi, Tltusvillc Rotary WOMENS WOMENS

A and P Store, Brownie Troops Club, Joy Club of First Methodist
351, 24.: and 428 Mr and Mrs\ Church and World War I Vet. CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES DRESS CASUAL U. S.

frank Clark, First Presbyterian crane i
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E I Sec Us Before You Buy Anywhere!

Values to 15.99 Values to 9.99 Were 4.99 to 6.99

try Skin C''lr-Double.rlch' KINDERGARTENNow I 543 U S. No. 1- Indian River City
cream that softens and rehashes the
skin as It Cleanses 6 ct. regularly now 8.90 now 4.00 now 2.99Few
$3.00 now $1.50.12 ex, regularly
$5.00. now $2 50. PjiStCHURCH

den Cold' Crtim-For normal' or FIRST II PRICES FOR FINISHED WIDTHSFlihed
oily akIn.Mlanetlc" action draws
Childrens Buster Browns were 8.99 NOW 4.00
out hidden, dirt ? revials' hidden
beauty.$3.00 size/ now$1.50. $5.00 OF MIMS ,; -- '
j---- AND
Size only $2.Z."f""h .50. 3 I 4M.r : 1 FASHION DRESS STYLES CASUALS
Mtilc-Criamy' Longth 48'T 12" ; 120"%' 144"1.C.ncho. Paradise Kliieni and KltUnettes Jacqueline '.

etoamer. Lifts out dirt In seconds liquid 261-4436 I _(..! .) ==-=1 1==-=I_--I: _I Queen Quality U. S. Keddettes Buster Brown
and IMVM VII. Thu 24" 1.10 O-M. I
no greasy retldua. 100 i regularly $2.00, !S"Thru .10" Glamour Debs and many other famous name brands. J
now 44"
only 100. (': 'r 9.60 I 1140 I U10 It
Registration $5-Tuition $17.50 mo., $5 wk -47"-Thrusa"-.90-|-10.W-|-14.40-|-ll.3fl-l-21.10"

DOROTHY GRAYDruaStoret -59"? Thru-.OO-I-12.40I":40:1:20:1O)4.30> : : MEN'S SHOES :'11 S Now 6 6.90 & 8 90'FISHER'S

Afternoon Nursery 11:30: 5:30: I -13"Thru 1.- -.-1S.00T1t,40>3l3a4 I
II I -s"Thru' 94"-- 10.$0: -'hT4o .00:I 21.10 I 33.20: I

Pre School Learning I -1"Thru 108"72.4o__- i 19.00 I U.20 1310 I I 131.00 QUALITY FOOTWEAR ra s'Dwwnf.wnf0TiluSrlth47: : 'SSl3
Inspiration Refreshment Recreation I


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. FldayJanuIFylO.1964 TltutvllloPloiid.y( Stir Adv.e.t. Pei I
.....,. ._ _. .. __._____ 1 !IClru; FOB rrniiCATiow: if
T '' lilt ( III Mr1! 1HS

Sew On A Machine Can Fun" NINTH I) FuR JUMIItl BUM..tHI/IIKtliralNVNI ete1r1.
Learning to Downright
3 ( H INtCRYII.: *.7M I

; Basi-: a .t SHIRLEY GREEN,; TAYLORi'Ulntlff
I ; F
; ; f'

4-H Club Girls Learn Sewing Skills 1 1ii fThlrlpy MELVIN You art unison'TAYLOR hereby Taylor... notified ban Defendant filed 'that cult

In this Cnurt: ineklna. a lllvor "
And YIIU ere hereby required lo
Ont of the prime responsibih. '" L Cite your answer ..r other pleadlnii'
with the Clerk uf thin Court not
f ties ol I leaders and guts in 4 H rt late Ihlll10 hey .I Fobruary. 111II1:
aorvlnr a true copy thereof. upon the
Club work in Drevard Is teaching Attorney for the Plaintiff Kolxr"

and Icurnuig how to sew or f fr Clolbcy P U llox 4W Co<'oa..I..r. r
t F IU. or suffer a Judgment, pro .ton
to tnprovo revting skills 'I"' r..o.
Iq ?Ifv a aKfs' Thin SAN. 9 11161
Learning to sew on a machine COURT PEAL. )

i can be downright( fun, ace;rdina 1 Curtis K, llarnr-a i

.4 to most 4.H Clubbers but it is ; d )I eI Clerk By, llwtla Circuit HallIvpuiy nurt.

mote fun to ,work In the companyof : alf 114 1 Ruben GoilbeyAUarney lurk 1

othcrr \ group of about CIvil for Ihe Plaintiff

girlj it just right: for one adult ( 1 Cocoa P O .llox Ii torlcln 433

lender Jan 10. IT SI. 81 (Frl) 1W4
I 'e
Muscles in girls' hands are

H r 111 s X 1r not developed! well enough at i\ TIU: i I'IHI'I( ir ISIS nr IN" ,\ '4l5
I this roit IIKK> .\nn ci>iNrH.OH.: .
age ( to 12 years) for sewIng
by hand They can learn to At t 11, 1 r II\'U\" .

I''Ins.II: tliKM
tew on t the mac him' much quick'
tr corporation orfunlaml and axlatlnv
under the la.... of New York
!Many\ mothers give much ot RtIt Plaintiff.

their n i\ ., to work :is adult Icwl a .v.-
era: and! hi.IP guts! learn the art LOl't.LLA 1'R1VIi'rTE 0111(50. kbe

serving DrfendantaNiirit .

rJfJa To Ct't the program started In ior: MI IT

the III'rd munh: of the Current TilE STATE PUIIIIIIA
\ TO: 1.0l.tl.L.: ItlVhTTr rjKinO.
school y 'at. Mrs. Sue Young, ...ho.. rnl,Irnca la 41,> East 2nd
t STEP 1 The first sewing lesson by an adult leader, .w.,... ..:a ...mrevt Nuwtun. North
firs Glenda
Newsom and Mrs
I shown how to make the machine Carolinault .
who is demonstrating
Ailin Jones THEY'VE WORKED FOR Miss Kathi Schmitt
held 20 trjminjmeclmgs WHAT You are kersby .olfled that r

run. Mrs. Slaby, Riverview School leader, demonstratesthe 1\'ltl1 270 mothers in at (left) and Mrs J F blabv (right) congratulate the Coquina has hern flNil analnut you and
of the foot pedal to (left to right) Ginger FLOYD NELSON IRIUU, aa Dafoadanta -
use School Leader shows
proper STEP 4 Mrs. Tipper, Coqulna
tendanre. Club dress winners bnaron Davis and Lois Fobes I In the above entitled
Bohannon, Jane Tipper, Phillis Falzon and Ginny Woods. girls how to model in preparation' : for a dress revue. Leftto .ause. sad that you are hereby requlrsd

were Leaders( 11forlh Brevird: right are Wanna Rehberg of Kivcrview( and Lynne era were Mrs. Helm Allen, Mrs Phi IJthea ClassThe Clerk .r 10 this file your Court answer, and with 10 serve the,

Broome and Harriet Bazen. a copy Ih.r.o' upon 'h. 1'1.loUrr.
.. Sihnei
Mullms Mrs
Cnqiiin ElementaryMrs. Okra Mary I'll luthcu Class of the or llalntlffa attorney, whom name
dir, Mis Sylvia Newton Mrs. soil,I aildrtaa la: South );11I01 and
Norms Tipper assisted \t\\ ,)r tlni- Rneiview Elementary ((5tQ' Mile. Mrs Virginia Ilohanncn Julio I" usl t MUhudist Church of Tl Hihwalbn. IU Ilarnott National
Miller Mrs Maikno .
zing the work groups with Mrs. Rita ttmilli will meet Wednesday Hank llulldln. Jaikinnvllla 2. tlorMi
{trade) Mrs J. F. Slaby waft", and Mr\ l.ilda Campbell, (Silo Mrs J. Seoul and Mrs Ld Fraz not Uler than. "'obru." 8, ItIf;4.
i R L Hoover and Mis H C January 15. at the home of Mrs If you full to do i... duraa pro
Lruwcr! Jr as helpers overall leader and helpers wcra. guide) Mrs& John Currey was icr I Lewis Phillips, 307 LaGrange confeeao will ba rnlereil. afulnut you
j Ov( call leader und helpers were fur. the relief demanded In she
\Vhi-pcrina: Hills Elementary Mrs. Uiith L. Fraser, Mrs. Kaye These women used the latest Avc complaint.
Mrs H:Ida Rohbcrg, Mis Edith
Mrs, James W. Clark and Eshlcman, Mrs. Doris Jefferfr techniques for leaching the &girh: The nature of said suit brine for
Valek and junior leaders were trained not firoiloaur* uf in< rlKia rec,,iriled. In
Mrs Elizabeth Ewouds to sew They were
Mrs McCiacken
oiganized Betty
Mrs} Vol. ; Pace
4aj 41tl of the official
; i\ '1111'i: 41 in 1 i ii mi sir or id. k.
work groups, Helpers were Josephine Holder, Mrs. Joafi Val and Norma Clark. only in the use of the sewing I SIN III JlllltMl I OKClir IN" Records of llrevard County, "'Iorl"",
machine but in doing how 10I \>l It rOk IINkY.t ICU ( (UNTllllllll :- \, Ihe deeirlptloa of tha rnpprty| pro'
Mrs, W P. Dca&on. Mrs Roger Roberts, Mrs. Pearl La Castro, Mims Elementary Mrs Del so > \ IN < .ll\Nla.UY: cfieded. aialnal being na roll ow. All

t Schmidt, Mrs Kaye Esnleman Mrs. Wynona Farmer. Mrs la Hall\ and !Mrs Lyle Gillinwat snake skirts and blouses! :W. 411In that "certain property situate and b..
:MIII4: OK allT Ins In llravarl County HorMu.
and Mrs, Davis Jeffers Phyllis Caraer, Mrs Joan Gci\\ er organized: !: w')ik groups Help- Each of the schools! held competition NI.\W AM 'rHU>AM CASUALTY more particularly duacrlbad aa rol-

e to select winners of the iiiMI'ANK; a Mew York vorpurPlaintiff.. Iowa
*""". Lot IU. III Kit K. LtBWOODlHL
finished products and, tho win .' ) $T SECTION: : 4. according
., tu. the flat th.rrof aa reconlml.
mrs I paitkipated in it countywide tIERWOOIY, ( tOUlUUN, aa Com- In Hat ll.mk. tl I'll' Jl. of the

drew revue last month,, ,Mtulmr ...I Inauranca for lha Public Kiunrila of Hravard
I 45,414: ul MiLhlKHii and aa lUcelver. County, Florida
At Minis second'>car Dewing/ tl Mkhmuii Bumly Company, a rot-ether with all atruUuren and
AAA ...1"".".n u"rpollllon I ImprovFrminla now nod I hera"ftar
blur;, ribbon awards went to Aliuk.U: | IUHKINnBIl. 1 mil via- on sold l.nl., coil Ihe ranla,
t Beverly Smith with Susan Sch 'null)' .n4, m Co. Partner of HprlnierMutur liauoe. and profits of (h. abnvadaecrlbeil
b t'nmp.ny, and KLIZAUU1IIU I< : .
proivrtyt and all fixluree
tale udder us ultimate& Ilcd ribbon III'RINutlt. hi. .wife; .
now or .11."h..dto
1 ui.oitui, II. fclitlNOMl": ImllvldUMlly -
/ f 7 awards went to Sherry Webb. and ai (Partner ot Hprlufir or used In connection with th.
MAIIV I1HI rrmlava, herein' described and In
First blue ribbon aWllr,1w'mt Minr enniiiny and
\ year ,
uddltlon thereto the
It"Nil h:It, hla wile.
r t t +' j' to Mary Ann Scottl, withKaicn It" 1.1'lr II MillNOrn.: Jll., InillvuiiMlly ill ."r I bed hutiiohnld' appllanr.
A .
'JI ( AIIs and. aa Co: -I'urluur ulirlniir which are, and shall b. doomed
t Gilltnwntir u< Mater Coni|>any, anu In. be, flmuron, and, .a part of Ihs
11.:? r s Red ribbon awirdi: Mint tnGmndul I jAMv l.irKU M'lUNOUti' hla \>tluII rrnlly and, are a portion of thaneiiuilty
'll.l.YWOtlD tilts UlNhlf: 1NL, a for Inn lndebtoilnchnroln ..
; 'i Cantroll, Judy ( V loll U toiuuratlnn.l '. mnntlmi. ,I:
fclmon Gillenwater und ; .III'OI\TAnLlN, Hot Water llraler Electrlo
Linda I IM:., a KlorliU Gorp"lion I 1h.\ m c tin 4" ants.
Stewart Filth! grade Tilt: Ktm'I'" Ci/IU'UHATlON. a Wall turnn' Stewart Warner!
Fluridr "rl/or.lloa. Oil T5Drop
STEP 2 Sharon Gillenwater Is practicing on two winner was Donna Hawthorne DnfrniUnteToi In Range A Oven Modern

thicknesses of muslin without thread so as to learn to + ir4 i with Darlene Blair; us! alternate.: Hill. KVVCIOU COL111UM Maid r:U2 H
0 CmnrnliHiloner t Insurance
a WITNESS: hand end the
guide the fabric through the machine gently. She always Red awpids went to Melba Ju for tha Htftte of Mlohlsan and \ "my' TlWaylllli-tliirldii.;( Matof

I.., places the machine needle in the fabric before loweringthe J.) hutch, Patty Jobo )Doris. Alien a> HeLilvv of Mlchlfta kure y I'Ji.f."yU. of \V reemWr. A,b, 1UW.: '
e.uniiaiiy a Mu.hlga' Corpor- '
Court )
presser' foot. Practicing helps her make the machinego iiml' Minim: Garrison. Inir shoe: lannlnn, A/lcblgun. MUhlian Theatof. Build: CUIITIS! II HARMC1J 'lurk of ,.

at the speed she wants. In the next three lessons JK c / -- .---- YOU AKh; HbltKUV: NOTiriEO lha Circuit Court
t J IN:- nil: in :ITV- ..1111. *. tin( foreclose, Kyi Jlertla HallDeputy /
Sharon will learn how to stitch with thread, and how to area r 4 ( Itl let, IN ,\ Ii FOR IIHbVtUII a complaint aolnel Ike following aninrlume Clerk'

thread the machine and the bobbin. Karen Gillenwater, Iltl'lT.111"11.. \. el' iroperty In lire yard Jan a. 10. IT, II (rrl.) 1DS4iv .
I'KIIK.1.U.: : . luinty' riorlila. la.wilt ,
Donnie Hawthorne and Marianne Scotti await their turnat iIZi.ql I' IN 1i.1 i ruiete: 01 <"uniriwnce at the N.W. eornor of
machine at the Mims School. [ NLt MAXWELL, KEVNLTII!: HMITKIMlieMail t.... It whluh I. the NW corner
the Elementary : at Clovtrnnient lot I. T 39 H. Till!: riKri ir fill H' suP TIIK
xtriri-: o.' HUM' 1'.rl'1'lII'IIIIK 188\ E.! llrivard {:ou..IFlorid.. ]/ .1 ,N115JLDIIIIL./ (154(1'hr. IVlVio
MNH" HIM'n unit: ort't.11 and, run I'M' ID" E! sag Ihe
: mix weal line of Sea 14 a dlelanie of IN ClltNt.KV :
TO ALL, WHOM IT IdAY; CONCERN : DJU4J fuel to the point of beflnnlitf :- : '"UIIIlI'tll'lC
Tit 11 I'rfII.Y : \ K
sI ? Notice )I. hereby IIlv..n that I have tbenre fir a flral eounte .
run N 81)' IS aa" tl parallel with ft ;111 irriuNnOHTON >
filed my lint and "I'Miml' II. iurn > KKDBItAL
'(. line of enld Mea 14. RAVINGS
E.erulrl. of Ihs Kutatp of MAXWhL.lt llm north I a -
illKlnnue' uf lue>.4S feel' to a point' AND CAN AMrnH IATION, a
I : KENNrHII hMllll. dcceaa.dland < 01 the high. dun. of the Atlinllu l/nlliid, Mtalea oruoratlon." ( .
that I have filed. my Petition ,Plaintiff
Ocean I theme D 251 U/* 111'H
lor Final and, thai I will .
Dlx-bargc' "
aloeq aeld l l hills duna die. .
I apply to Ihe llnnnritble Vlr ll II. lama of II14 feel to a concrete II. ri'tXTrH and PATRirlAFI'INTIH
e f' es. Conk II n If. County Juilfa ot IlievarilI monument laid pi Int being alae' : hU wife; TUB UNITED
It t I II Ij County I Plnrldu' on January 31. MI4! the north east curler "I Oovern. TATk.l if AVKItlCA. ; amiJAWrrt
for of the .n,1,I final : DEWEY MALCK anilDOIIOFHY
w ofI approval eume met I.ot 3. (Hec 14 and at.. thaN
y dl.charle a> KnaiutrU of I he I-..U(. .It:. earner if Melbourne ahnrnenevunil JJ" MAUCK: hla wife,
I FINALISTS Whispering Hills 4-H Club Farabee Second year winner was Terry of MAXWELL KKVNtTII: BMITIIlleceaeml Atlilltlon. thence H/ SIT20 at all, .
W along the north line of .H I Deifen Unta. ,
dress revue finalists: Left to right (standHock. First year winners were Priscilla D.te
I ing) Joy Bulhngton, Rebecca Ann De- Deason, Rebecca Ann DeVies, Linda Grim- i sal ?ran.Joan. ("*rt..rKXMM Lot 2. Mao 14 and dliunce (Iteildenia. nknowu)
: 'TRIX IH' Tilt K-ITATK of IMnM, :! feel to a :i" Iron pip DOROTIIYdE.
Viese, Lynn Whitehurst, Brenda btlgall, bly and Lynn Whitehurst. Alternates are: Or' MAXWELL KI'NNLIII on the west. line uf said..I Hem. MAUCK, hit

Deborah Kelley Robin Miller Terry 2nd year Brenda Stlgall and first HMITII. r>.Laii.,,'l. M: theiiua N 1' 3a ill W alone rife
year Illaaldtnca Unknown
JIHTKr. MoCAIttY: It TIUVHIS: I lha weal Ilia of Mae 14 a dlaUnie )
Hock and Cara Lee Guthrie, (kneeling) Sherrill Farabee, Mona Sullivan, Deborah IIV (I.) Walter. ;. TravrreAtturnrya of 4J4TS feel to the pointof and "*
Each .
r Linda Gnmbley, Mona Sullivan, Melmda Kelley and Robin Miller Honorable mention for kunoutrlx: of linen brill" fllixj nlni('a(Hi net you and YOUr I art lea sod and. I defendant all unknown. who. per. o.aim.
Boa (4;. Cocoa rinJun
'.. .> Lindsey Pnscilla Deason and Shernll Joy Bulhngton required lo serve a copy of your by. through, \ynder or against lbe
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Credit Courses> la hitreby given pursuantto M... 241 .
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Friday, January 19, 144
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I Terriers Open Season Well But Hit Snags; Now Have 5-5 RecordBasketball I

for Titusville High s> rrmr aatraaarr assess> > .1.1f11iE -
Et QIIEEII R :9 >19Q11A1 #tip tikes ilk !
School; is now gaining a second
'ntrii J11AIRfI' Gibson High Coach

pearly halfway through the sea i1 .t1 f pSAE01 s !I ate Ilk 3 11 i>i !#1110 I Io
tl st tiEl ;Ii. 'fU II IfIA 1 i1
rmi:tolls, the Terriers, coached by Art / i10 @ Itli !1 d m ill trli !iP tlSws tai U 11! ar0 Illlr
are keeping on the 500 average
with five wins and five
I On HeightGibson
losses Depends
At tho (first of the schedule r ,PRlyd,, f ; a>a r ''s sal
Titusville opened with two quick ;,tlRt'g5 aAC k, jtaA 23v
High basketball coach
wins over Colonial and Sanford, 53, 55Y33 15 25 rl!
Curley Edmondson may lack experience
then lost to Seabreeze of Daytona,
his Blue Devils squad Have
i team that la rated In the state'lEI1 on Parkway Teams
but he's making it up with plenty
10, and some believed the w
; IMrsa. + of height
Terriers would he lucky to win 14s. 1 0
4 r
'Swthor game Despite graduating nearly all

The night following the Sea of last year's team, the Blue Good Candidates
breeze defeat, tho Terriers slaughtered } Devils' version for 1964 has six
A i f J
Oak Ridge, and then a t q r tfElf.P players standing over the 6'1" -

week later beat New SmyrnaJh [ PH 5 iAWR1 mark, Including one Junior tow, Parkway Junior High will officnlly be Gaslin; Eighth, Hank Lowe; 1
;:: the Christmas tournament, ;,.'eRlt.vs q 45 ring! 65"Ernest basketball and Seventh, John Hall\
1964 ,
the "
fVicoa and Seabreeze were rated 35 43 ., ; Pinder, the junior) "Paul open
aslthe two top teams, and It end- Itti Bunyan": and Jimmy Malzon, January IT with the Seventh, Playing on the Ninth Grade

Cdup, Cocoa and Seabreeze In ( l +r s 6'3" lenior lo most of the goal Eighth' and Ninth grade: teams team will be Preston Grimm,

Uto finals The Terriers won fit = f tl tending for Coach Edmondson, meeting Clearlake at Cocoa Craig Earnest, Danny Quinn. J

(stir first game o\cr Satellite ( IlltOatiIR along with scoring! valuable Mike Roberts, John Ream, Ed
iaehthen lost to Orlando, Ed- 1 amr q points. The Junior athletes have been die Ford, Darrell Thompson,

grater: and Cocoa. irr f wt practicing on outdoor courts Jodie Kahn, Billy, Evans, Robin '
"tree" mark
Others above the
Playing center h Maury Rob r since Ute December, although, Iluber, Vanco Elswick, George
Robert Bentley 6'2" Larry
arc ;
8'4" senior, the tallest Gaslm Futch Taylor DeVriese, Dale
arts, a Gantt, 6T, William Shivers, 6'1" Athlitic Director Ken ,
player on the team who averagesin and Mack Strom, 6'1", saia their new gymnasium, now Phillips, Robert Parks Don
the neighborhood of 1314 rebounds 9 '" should be Hemke, Charles Persmger, Steve
ra f wn s Coach Edmondson's first team under construction
per game Roberts Is nota ;.i.. a completed within the next six Barrowman, Jack Romans, Wes

tremendously high scorer, but 1983-64 TITUSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL TERRIERS> PicGlenn Smith[ ; second row, manager Steve Webber Paul consists of Iverson Brandon, wetks, Icy Nails, Chris Kraft, Jack

handles the boards well, and is tured, left to right, first row, Jerome Thomas, Tom Ream, Matthews, Clifford Cooper, Boyd Wessinger, Ray Cow- 5'10"; Gantt; Clarence Home, Riddle, Hector Figueredo, Rick
(;;,.iood defensive man Tim 'Marrowman, Bob Mullis, Bob Comparato, manager art, Larry Jarrell and Maury Roberts (S-A Photo) 5'10"; Mazion and Pinder, Also Parkway's first home game Is Whiting, Ted Pate, Bobby Stokes
MJuard positions are anchored playing on the team Is Benjamin scheduled !for) Saturday eveningJan .

hy.Bob Comparato and Tim Bar- ,, .. Bailey 5'8" Junior) ; William Lewis 13 against Satellite\ ,

rg\'man) Comparato, led the team 1 Tilusville High Cage Schedule N,..,+ 57' junior; Eddie Lewis, 5'9"' 1'When tha season first started, Included on the Eight Grade
last year in total) field goals numblfing senior; Charles !Miller, 5'11"\ sophomore all three combined teams had team are: Gary Guecn, Kenny
Heroclls !Murray\ 5'9' Walker, Wayne Drummon, Fcr.
: )! 92, and has been one of
January 10 New Smyrna Hero lOt boys working for
Tolls' most dependable shooters ";,: sophomore; and Randy Scott, 57 over dando Figueredo, Joe Kyle, Dale
Oak "
lIero 18 Ridge
January positions: Gaslm said reecntly"Each
lIe Is averaging over 14 points f sophomore Hcmke Lee Tefcrtiller, Rich-
11 Eau Oallie
Jllnuuy Away team will have two sepcr-
per ,ame. Darrowman, shortest Oviedo Here rr M t Assistant coaches are Austin aril Wisby, Wayne Mendel
Away January 24 ate units each playing two quarters
nun on the team standing 5'10", January 1 17 Melbourne Moore iv Wise and Napoleon Johnson "
January -Bishop every game Pete Evans, Ken Blankenship,
i Ir"consldered the playmaker forth Gibson's girls' team, coachedby
Away Paul Cox, Paul Loud, Ralph ,
6'3", Matthews, who also Coaching the ninth grade will
Terriers A real hustler, un pitches h Mrs Earths Pointer will play
tieing defensive man, Darrowman In on a lot of rehnunda, and mak January 31 Satellite Here t 1 their first/ game of the season to Stone, Donny Hoppcs, Keith I
February 1 Sanford Away f .- Scragg Ronnie Newton, Tommy
crme to Titusville from SanfordwTore es most of his points from inside night against Stone High of Mel
February 4 Oviedo Away hawk, Harvin Clark, Mike,
the free throw line
he lettered as a junior. bourne.)
February 7 Sea breeze IicreCldford Twitty,, Brian McAshan,
Tarry Jarrell, 62', end on the Considered first alternate II
February 8 DISi10p Miunra Playing on the team Is Luvada
TPjrier football, Is also one of Cooper, 6'1" senior who Ida Joe Nobles, Gerald Nobles,
Jltrotea.m. McCullough, junior guard;
thobetter outcldc shots on the playa' nearly all poailions( on the S3 Alfreda 1 Chubby Marcum, Kenny Full
Myhand. guard;,
quad. Jarrell also a returning February H Cocoa Away Hans, Mike White, Ncal Rushing t(
Young, junior guard; loretta
letterman shoots a smooth jump RoundnlZ! out the team are Tom February 15 Eau!: Gahie Patricia Jud Wallner, Dan Nichols,
George: sophomore ;;
shot and plays forward Ream, Boyd WeISinger, Bob I\lul.\ Here J Watts, senior guard; Lillian .J Steve Eggers, Danny Arthur

:flaying the other) forward slot lie, Jerome Thomas and Ray February 21 Melbourne Finder. senior forward; Ger- Terry Yeomany, Lonnie GUa .

I is-. .Paul Matthews, a senior at Cowa rt., AI ayI aldine Johnson, sophomore forward son, Terry Enyart, Hugh Hagen,
w 11tHICR Jay Dehmlow, Eugene: Burgess,
Ervine Watts, freshman
r forward, Harry Johnson, and Reece Win-

Jean Knight, freshman for gate

.. ward; Lillie Moore, senior far Seventh Graders are: Barry

ward ;Floril Gantt, freshman far Miner, David Hudson, Ronnie

I ,Wi' r rr ward, Lucille Mitchell, freshman Lawson, Ronnie Lit le, David

.,. forward; Rose Davis, freshman Webber Doug McMastcrs, Marc
i + t r twry Robert guard; Hattie Wright, junior Hawk, Billy McClure, Jimmy

4'4 $ nlor guard, and Juanita Spells- sophomore r"ian, Jimmy Zimmerman.
Assistant Coach is Miss!\ E, P. John Powell, Kenneth Malervicz -

Wit r+ ,,, .a Giles, and traines.manager is '1r Clifford Lickteig, Ricky
Delorii Sailor. Roberts. Ronnie Elliott, Bob

Paul Matthews Craham, Harry Bell, Dennis

w r Day, Kenny Ratliff. Martin
"'2 Senior Labrusciano, Joe Pickren, Dow

g id Poff, Chip Everhart, Mike
Coffy, Duncan Me Bride, Tommy

Smircich: Lonnie Huggins,
,, ra Barry Stephens and Paul Davis.
;>wu ,

7 "' 1 1 Following is Parkway's sch

I k edule:
l +
r .
,. Jan. 17 Clearlake Away
r) lw Jan. 18 Satellite Home
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Jan 25 Eau Gallie Home
:jUNIOR VARSITY Pictured above is Oglesby, Steve Cochran, and George Eich- i ;r btarry Feb. 1 Clearlake Home

the 1963 Junior Varsity Squad Left to ert. Third row; Coach[ Tony Griffith, Feb. 7 Edgewood Home

right, front row, ; Donnie George Loudon, Bob Crager, Mike Cook, v s Feb. 14 Southwest Home

I Metzger, Charlie Blocker, Bill )McBride, Ray Johnson, Mike, Brown, Coach Griffin i Feb. IS Eau Gallie Away

Brad Taylor, and Mike Knowles Second -r (S-A Photo) r Feb. 29 Satellitte Away

.row; Hardy Bain, Dan Bingham, Kit Jarrell March 8 Edgewood Away

Coach Art Tolis "J] Senior Match 7 Southwest Away
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HighSchedule r r t / V 4 ?

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ea t ( January 10 Stone High[ Melbourne = : : .

., Away rrt.r z / '
January 13 Charles Drew 7
711 JR High of Winter Garden:: -

+ I HereJanuary ., ,
!.f ; ,
17 nigh -

HereJanuary '", .,

,\ 20 Chisholm High, Parkway Seventh Gradora

Parkway IIJhth Gndens .: New Smyrna Beach Here
January 22 Euclid High, De- ,

Land Away
High\ a. r
January 24 Monroe -
Cocoa Here '

January 27 Euclid High, De- 1

s .. Land Here
'ic January 31 Chisholm High, y

>s E New Smyrna Beach Away

t? r February. 3 Monroe High,

Cocoa Away 1 R ''

N February 5 Crooms High, 7
f Sanford Away

February 7 Crooms High, 4

Sanford Here[ v
i February 10 Stone High! Melbourne i
Her iI
1 -
; 1"t'
s February 12 Gifford High, ,,...... 1

1r Gifford; Away
Belt C."a"a I
February 17 Kissimmee High, f

Kissimmee here '1 en1o', t
February. 19 Klssimim! .High, :- r i'arn i
Parkway Eighth' Qrderl, ]UssimmeeAway Parkway Ninth Gr 4.rs



Closed After Big Managed Deer Season .

Friday, January 19, W4 Friday, January 10, 1964 Tltutviil. ( ldaIS'.r) A

I Gen Locks uversireeiPacks The Up And Gate L3i4tLi11B -- i-

y A ores i.. H ug h ee r

Ray of hounds, aftermath of a
shotgun Mat and the distant wildlife including the usual rat. "W'hen you're out like this, a

nimble of a Jeep, were silencedat tleanak to the not !common person can'I be choosey about the .
Farm ton Management Area wildcat and black bear. type<< food that Is prepared"

Monday evening, after deer hunt. During t the past three: years, laughed< Overstreet The meal
lag season officially closed Sun the Commission estimates that was great.
[ day night! shortly after sundown nearly 233 deer have been killed From here we loaded all our .T
Local Wildlife Officer Glen at Farmton. This Is not the most camera equipment and other par a
jOvorslrcet said he closed the deer for one particular location, aphenilia/ for wading through the ,hi
I gates Monday evening after giv but local hunters who had the boondocks and headed toward the i
ling all the hunters who were privilege of running the fleet foot east entrance.
[camped Inside the area, ample ed animals at Farmton, know Driving through the gate: we .
time to load their gear, corral this is definitely a nimrods paradise Cot: on unusual feeling: mainly
[their dogs and vacate the 60,000 because of the appearance of the
[ acre hunting grounds for another Trying to find Farmton Is like landscape It was flat aa far as 7a
t 1 year. looking for a hunk of dirt on the the eye could see Another reason

For the newcomers in Brevard, beach. In fact, we had such a why we compare it with the ., .
n -- -- -
Farmton Management\ Area is problem locating the area, that Evergladea Then there was --6
our version of the Everglades. ,e had to summon the Sheriff's water, When muck flat land and CLEANS CAMP SITE-Glenn Oventrcet, for two and three days at a time, does

Although, no comparison in act.ual Department for directions R. B. water are all combined, the out local Wildlife Officer, began cleaning up all his own cooking, housekeeping and
size, amount of game etc., Mercer, Sergeant in the Brevard come Is generally, a muddy road. at his camp near Farmtons east entrance even dish! washing. A typical ranger, I
armton is, for the hunter who County Sheriff's Department, Thus was the case The ruts were where he spends most ot his time duringthe (S-A Photo).
wants to drive five miles and quickly answered our questionsand nothing: less than 12 Inches deep iIale open season. Overstreet lives here
and the Scout lunged sideways I ; 4" 1
stand a good opportunity of even went so far as to takeus :
personally to the main gatesat several times until we finallyhit I .;t
bringing home deer
a or even a
turkey. It Is located about three Farmton. solid ground. I mo\\ a
I miles north of Mims and is con Saturday at 11:30: we met About every 100 yards Over L
trolled by the State Game and Glenn Overstreet and arrived at street would stop and visit with i

Fresh Water Fish Commission- his camp in time for lunch. The some of the hunters, who were = .c..u 1 sMr
locally under the jurisdiction of ole fashioned kind, with corn, standing, sitting, or laying alongside : 6 { tI v wR. ,
Overstreet. black eyed peas seasoned with of the road, waiting for their

From all reports, this place is onions) and a homemade recipe dogs to run a buck out of the I I.wamps. e
inhabited by nearly every type of for heating pork and )beans Most( of them he knew : F s q 4
but some. were strangers so, Just .
for the record, he would stop, frY I
check their hunting licenses, and
I Ramblin'] With Ronnie also their guns to see if they were I

II plugged for three sheila only t 4
: ,
Occasslonally, we would hit a I j
Ronale mud hole and would -
By Hugh. water splash I ;\' :
through the window but most of
Titusville's football popularity relegates basketball to \.t.
a I
the time, the roads were in good: .
more minor existence condition which really surprised .,
Compared to football crowds, only !a few attend the us. CLOSES GATE Glen Overstreet Is shown fasteningthe rLThi
games. As a result, when Titusville comes through with a gate at Farmton Management Area Monday after-
Later In the afternoon, meta
v t team, fewer seem to care. we noon after the hunting season officially closed Sunday
Until Tuesday night, Brevard County's title for the party of business men from the evening at undown No hunters are allowed In the area,
DeLand and
number one team in basketball seemed merely a private Daytona Beach area once the gates are closed.-{S-A Photo).
, kingdom for Coach Jim Jenkins' Cocoa Tigers. It appeared, who had stepped momentarily to _____ ___ __. _n_ ''
no team would give the state's highest ranking ball cluban eat lunch and plan more stra SOMEBODY GOOFED While visiting How they ,were able to get mixed up with
even run for their money. But, little T'ville, just another tegy. Then were 12 men in this in one of the camps, we noticed there was a bunch of hounds, we don't know ---

drop in the bucket and not even a dark horse as far as standings party. This group was hunting for Area Has Near It,dogi, plus two. On the far left in the (S.A Photo) -
are concerned, engaged Cocoa and almost pulled the the fun of it, and not primarily above picture Is dachsund and a poodle. :;:
for the meat Of '
or game. course,
strings too tight _
Instead, they slackened in the final minutes and gave they would probably have shot a r:r"'lWr-'tl" ,.---- or
the Tigers breathing room enough to score three points deer if they had a real oppor.
tunity, but according to one gentleman Record Season
and win the game, 22.19.
who la dealer In DC
a car
Whether Titusvllle is as good as Cocoa, was determined
Land "We've been coming here
by fans attending the We will Titusville rNit
game. say, put for the pst! 12 yean, and each Hunters In the Central Florida has been prlmarly a waterfowl
the fear to Cocoa especially when half of the home stands .
eaton, we hunt just for the sport Region harvested a near record ores also produced a good popilaiion '
began crooning "Cocoa High WAS Number 1 Number 1"
of elur of upUed! game this year
it. You night:;: call us Fox hunters number of deer and turkey
Touching isn't it. We like to watch the dogs log the 190341 hunting season, Hunters were reported<1 taking 83
Believe us, it almost happened. Maury Roberts sank work." according: to J. W. Bicktrttaff, hogs: 32 turkey, 33 quail, 19 lab
two free shots and tied the score 19-19 with less than two About three clock we talked Central Region manager for the hits a* will as 1 1,4111 ducks and
minutes left to play. It looked as if Cocoa's reign, as being with an elderly woman from Game and Fresh Water Fish 33T: coots,
hest in Florida Class AA, was in jeopardy. The score North of Mima She had been Commission bfecial quill hunts will he- held

changed a few seconds later Almost like closing the lid hunting that area for years and The Citrus and Guano ulcer on the Citrus Area January 1112,
on a casket, only Titusvllle didn't give up.. years, and occasionally, she Wildlife Management Areas are 1819! and 2526 Archers will be
Following the contest, Coach Art Tons told his boys: brings home a buck. She had a the only areas In the Central Region allowed to hunt wild hogs on the
"I don't want any long faces, or complaints or even a frown chair with her, and Instead of where all game taken much Guano River Area January 2S26,
because Cocoa beat us. Just keep calm and let's beat New going after the deer, she was he checked. Kill reports from the February 12, ,.9, 1518 and 2223.
Smyrna Friday night"It waiting for it to come to her ether; areas are strictly esll matM. A spring gobbler hunt will beheld
apparently soaked in Good strategy: on her part. Cane taken outside of the management on a portion of the Tomoka
Several of the players picked up pieces of their uni- Four constant hours, we drove area la not reported at Area March 28 to Apr;I 12

forms that were cast across the dressing room as soon as through Farmton, listening to the all. Those hunts will close the season Fendor the hunting he could take and was found
they entered the door, sound of dogs running deer in the Hunters In the Ocala National for management areas in the SNOOZES -
Bob Comparato, had a chance to tie the game in the swamp, along with chatting with Forest Management Area check. Central Florida Region, P'cker-' a Daytona Beach Constable, had all here sleeping near a Jeep ----. -- .....
final minute when he missed a shot near the goal lie sort some of the old timers concernIng ed 337 deer at the two hunt headquarters IItdC[ slatl'd.Robson. -
of grinned, shook his head and said, "I sure missed a good the smart way to hunt. Many deer were haveat. February 18 ental la proved by the FI/Va/ Le Mans, France, 24-hour run,
shot, didn't 11"Actusy One has been hunting cd and taken home by the hunters The 2,000 kilometers or 1,343 granting: triple (points toward\,the Robson, who drives one of tw
person that did not have to b. rhcclu-d. EnteredIn will attract driver ,manufacturer world champion specially constructed 1961 Robring
]) Comparato was one of the reasons, the Terriers for the old< crippled footed deer. mile race! "I
were able to keep pace with Cocoa. Instead of tryingto A true character that has become Several turkey were known to betaken from all over the world. It It Bhlp This race will receive the MGA'a, also plans to ent
also, but none were check touring and prototype rating the famed the Sebring Race in March ,:
work inside the Tigers unmovable 13.1 zone, Comparatomade a legend for the put few years, open to grand same triple aa s.

four brilliant shots! from outside! the quarter line. the big buck, estimated to be at ed.A total of 112 deer harvested Longest RaceDick cars I
These buckets enabled Titusville to come from behind a least four years old and extreme. was An expected 13 hour run, tho I I .,a r
archers the
Citrus Area
by on
lead in the first half. Robson of Titusvillc will combine both ''f
13-4 Cocoa foot Daytona course
]Iy Urge: ha* a crippled and 117 by hunters.
Coach Tolls leaned against a locker. "Fellows, you played Hunters have told stories concerning An estimated gun 31 turkey and 31 enter too nation longest scheduled the itrbigbU and hllh4 banked ADDINGA
great game"That race, the Third Annual Con turns with the twisting Infield
a his ability to elude shots, deer plus and
numerous squirrel
was about all he had to say. For the players, this despite his crippled foot. other small game war harvestedon tlnctal Rpnrts Car Race at Day track. ROOM ?
was enough. Coach knew they tried, and so did the players "As far aa known, the old deer the Rlchlnam Area. tnna'i International Speedway, The Importance of the Conllnrb. "

After all, it isn't every day a team can hold Cocoa to ia still alive, anyway, we have An estimated 174 deer, t6 turkey I -- --- -- ------ --- HEAT IT. "
only seven points in 16 minutes of play the second half. no reports ol him being killed," one bear and other small
Everyone was all grins and smiles as they left the dress Overstreet said "It appears, if game was taken on the Tomoka COOL 'IT. .

ing room, even Tolis. old age doesn let him, he will Area 74 WITH ONI COMPACT UNIT
'For such a tight and tense duel, there were only 11 be there again text year" An estimated; 110 deer, 14 tur ;

fouls in the entire game. Accerduiz: to Jim Reed, Information key! and other, small game was Dyna-T M
Despite both teams having fairly good benches, neither officer at the Regional office taken on the Farmton Area I Suburban mp'
used their substitutes. Five players from each team playedthe of the State Game and! FreshWater The Guano River Area which I : :
route. ,, Fish Commission in Ocala, ?
The Terriers did not score any points during the third 110 deer were estimated killed at turkeys killed as compared with I IT HEATS. .

period, although, they held Cocoa to only one. Farmton\ a record for the management 108 last rear, along with one
This was not just because Cocoa didn't shoot the area This Is only an estimate black bear. COOLS. .
Terrier defense was just as good as the Tigers and neither because there i Is only one Now, all Is quiet at Farm 1011. DOG -J !
team could successfully work into the basket. The vast check-out station at Farmton, The gates are closed, and bird I IT USES GAS .

majority of ell shots were from outside and many hunter fail to register have again settled and the only ; OuI/ts.d1.a r.eleree, tI.
One thing that we can look at if the Terriers had their deer before leaving the aound heard Is a faint bark of a RACINGNIGHTLY .. ,
I* .l 4l.,-!.w dou'or well IAi I
been able to hit with the same percentage as Cocoa on their area. hound which waa accidentally I .."......"....'.._"...d. ItO fIv. a d..wy I
shots from the floor that "'Cocoa HI WAS No 1" chant Last year, there was to deer lost during the hunt. But, he continues j I I L 8:10 8 : 1 0 EXCEPT l.i,i.tt.-bo*(Mating and. cooing.r. ....mIOI'.lIca y_troll.J r
would have had more meaning. Cocoa hit on nine of 24 killed, which !I. leas than half of to do his share, chaslnf a SUNDAYLADIES' ...fl.",1..1 lott"!.<. la.buy, iwtos.ed" .operate Dion' ..,.,...hoes! -
shots from the floor for 37 per cent, the Terriers hit on eightof tM amount bagged during the deer through the swamps, even .ln. and. cooling unMt _, "'
33 for 24 percent If the percentage had been the same 1963-44 season. There was also 54 without his master. MATINEES THURSDAY !.<._,burm no room efr ,
NIGHT I ,.. .Canhoir
cr.." ... Out& rvth h.foe
the Terriers would have hd eight more point.. --- o I WED. AND SAT I .cffle.1 "11.-1"".-12 ..*..-.500 sill
And so where does that put the Terriers Looks as 2 P. M. Sor,1 No Minors! 20S/-7W_l>.- 400ITUJJOV
though they should be rated close since Cocoa defeated Bdi1 ,F .-7'/i ... ...-f 400. $ill-

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Tlfusvllle (Florid) Star Advocate Friday, January 10,1 1 Gibson Defeats Terriers Play New Smyrna Here TonightCoach

Football Schedule Art Tolls' Titusville Scheduled: before the varsity

High School basketball team will tilt will be the Junior varsity

Star-Advocate Sports "Wh t a way to start the season." Daytona AgainGibson hit the home boards again, tonight game: at 6:30.
Clear puffing Titusville football coach John Gilrwt hu already playing New Smyrna for the sec The Terriers won their first

begun 'laying down his imokt screen for 1964, hoping to choke the High School's fighting ond time this season meeting with New Smyrna 57.44.

first four teams on the home schedule-Sinford, Coco, Melbourne, Blue Devils, sporting a 2-1 record Paul Matthews led the scoring
NEWS AND VIEWSWorld's end Cobniil, In that order were tied twice Wednesday Mixson said the League has for Ttusvillc with 20 points.

'Sairtord beat us lest year 14.13; Cocoa tied us f-o; Melbournebeat night by Campbell Street High only olio umpires and ft !least 40 Titusville, with a record of 5

u* 19.6; and already, Colonial Is considered: the roughest 'team of Daytona, but put on a scoring are needed before the season wins and 5 loses, nearly upset
In Orlando spree in the final half to win starts Cocoa) here Tuesday night but

"Thtte first four will probably either make or break us," com- 47.33. The classes will meet one nighta the state's number 1 Class AA

mented Gain .. Coach Curley Edmondson'f week for six weeks. team scored three points In the

Pocket Billiard The new schedule alto reveals' two new teems added-Cocoa team beat Campbell Street In the Anyone interested in Joining the closing minutes to win 2219

Beach High arc!. Colonial of Orlando A new school opening In Sept. season opener In December and school can contact the league Coach ToIls will take his teamto

ember, Cocoa Beach will be rated Class A while Colonial will play later lost to Charles Drew High president Jay Campbell, or Mrs. Eau Gallic Saturday night fora

under AA.Eight, of Winter Garden ,I Ed Mixson. county contest

garnet are scheduled and Coach Gaines Is seeking two The Blue Dei Us will travel to

Champ Coming Thursday mere Six of tie eight ere "home" tilts for the' Terrlart.TifiMville Melbourne tonight and play Stone ach Nerve interference may

will not play DtLand this year, because the Bulldogs High of Melbourne, this year's STOMACH cause the lack of nerve controlin
have to pickup two new additions to the Orange Belt Conference County Football Champions Gibson ULCERS ? the "Spot" to which the
and, with New hasn't been scheduled. girls team will also meet nerve leads. Hydrochloric acid
at yet I Smyrna a
\Vile! Mcseoni, worlds pocket of the Brunsw: : Advisory staff skills at River Lanes In the River game By Or. C. H. Prior and thp digestive juices formed
Following Is this schedule. at Melbourne
b "are: ; ip:on :and a m :mber will give an cIhit:'in of his cue Plaza Shopping Center, Thursday year'i team The di.gestive. in the other parts of the
cvrninj: Date Opponent Place Clarence Home 5'10 senior led i stomach digest this dead
18 Sanford juices of) I'' and produce an ulcer
September Horn Gibson's scoring with 11 points, "Spot"
Jack Moir, manager of the Lan. theatomach'p
September 21 Cocoa Beach At Cocoa while Ernest Pinder, 6'5' The Chiropractor locates the
junior 'I.
cs, said Mosconi will give two r I marily nerve interference usually in
performances, one at 3 p. m and October: 2 Cocoa HornHorn sank 0. Also scoring was Iverson digest pro- the spine and adjusts it, By
another at 8 p. m. October 9 Pptn Brandon a 5'10" Junior, netting teini All. doing!: this, he removes the cause
October 14 Melbourne meats are of the ulcer and the ulcer consequently
A popular star of pocket bill!. seven points proteins. ......
October 23 Colonial Horn heals
s.e arch, Mosconl\ will devote his The ques DR. PRIOR
rrrb October 30 Eau Gall.e Little
show to a demonstration of Mill Aw.yNov.mber League lion arises "Why doesn't the
6 Open stomach digest itself?" It does
and! fundamentals, designed to Umpires Needed
November 13 eabreeie Horn and that is just what occurs in One of a series of articles published
: ,, rt a ,nJ show the beginner how to approach November 20 Satellite Horn Nick Copare District Chief most cases of stomach ulcers to explain and illustrate
the game. He will also Umpire of the Little League organization The stomach has two layers of the practice of chiropractic
i open his well.filled bag of trick will conduct an urn nerves Imbedded in its walls Published( by Dr. C. 11 Prior,
--- -
The office is located at 1334S.
nerves control the moveS whose
.shots Including pocketing rolling pires school the first
Ave 1'hone 267
menu, digestive juices, and Washington
balls. Star-Aavocate Classifieds Get Quick Results! month I other secretions of the atom. 3187.
Mosconl, one of the all.time Little League secretary Shirley

greats of pocket billiards, won I. --- -- ----
1 14
the world's title in 1941, 42,43,48, 1

50, 53, 55. During this time, he

competed against some of the January
finest players ever to step to the

tables He retired from tournament '

play In 1BS8 f
While playing an exhibition re

cently, Mosconl set a new world's
record with a high run of 526 lie
at set this mark by beating his own WHITE '
record of 365
Mosconl, i definite crowd pleaser .

: amazes fans with his machinegun
shot In this trick, he employs .

a force.fellow with side

inglish: which caroms the cue I
WIUII MOSCONIBowling ball off each of fifteen balls before .

counting on a corner pocket APPLIANCE DEPARTMENTTitusville SALE

Moir also said Chief Half Town, Shopping Center -
a Seneca Indian chief would givea Store Hours 10 am to 9 pm Dial AM 7.1511
bowling demonstration Jan 22,

and 23. Chief Half Town, an

Sunday Mixers High came handicap; Pat authentic chief will be dressed -:. I' 12.2 cu. ft.

Night Moats, in Indian apparel and give performances It { ;
1 I automatic
DcMonn !Metropolitan tcok High game scratch: Pat Moats, in the afternoon

four from L,!f.liting: Sty Taylor; E, 204. at = i defrosting model
Donovan and Co., held first place High aeries handicap, Rose. Teen League }

with' a .4 0 win over Justice mary Welsh, 570. No messy defrosting in
Homes; Carl $itynklt Ramblerwon High series scratch: Rosemary Canaveral Teen League is now refrlgeratolsection..
4-0 over Fat' Cpast Bowling; Welsh, 540NUmllni.1 forming at Indian River Lanea.
Eadcock Furnifo.rp( swept 3.1 "" Won I..... Bill Luecking U fronting the 106-lb] freezer

J frOm Mucn'and'! '.Mobile Homes. HI Pon.l Witt, Wot.Western I Auto 41 41 111 9 organization and said there .': chi I e Full-width crisper.
Splits converted): Ann Merck. h LolU teams with !
II Shirt' rind 411 MFlril would bo! at least ten .
son, 310lnd; / Ramona Dozier, 5. Mortnaw 01) 21 two boys and two girls on each Super-storage
1, rinoric Harley Itugltun :KM\ SI14'" Built-in styling.
Jacks Home M'frIVfc", squad
Team hlgh'acrieE.; (: Donovanand Hindi Tavern 35 J1tint last of
will start the
Southern Room M: .7: Bowling
Co., 2973 scratch, 2334, handicap
T Q Mule a2''%" XV'"
Master Cleaner. 'p4, JD1, January. .
.'.l liny 3D: :MDay Interested teenagers can attend
hlaadiee. Non basel CI.an.n 2IMVi:\' meeting WHILE THEY LAST!
U >nuvan To. 414 Idlfc an
Umuty Shop 21 :ITAtlantln
Juilli Jiad!, a'k,' Ilcmei lurnlturo, J6 IloVfc o .8'!I''*; I'lumhlnit :734:! 07'4 Sunday at 2 p.m., at the Indian
i Joyce Plumbing 2J UK
kaI l (" ant: M' wln( K 7 33 .8 J. E. Evan. 21 liDPltk"lhl..v River Lanes, or call Luecklng at
Carl 8. mill Jluinbior :J3: alllv.lh'n.t ad. I I -
A 19 41\
lllBelow .
x Slab ,pnlrllin 8J 92 hellos rontUi ID 41 AM7 1444. st $237Per
LllI'htlnfly/ / / Tee ylor :!1 27
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Uuui..""I Hubllc KomiH ID 4j Week

Lady Kcglcrs Phone AM 7-1311 e 'mTp
.,.' --- NO MONEY DOWN
Hih individ"ul game: Thelma

Ha Icliflc, 2/5: ; Ana Anderson, with ,
208 Store Hours:

High Individual series Thelma 3
10 am to 9 pmTitusville Model EKT 12DI
nadcliffc, 580; Glenna Holloran,
531. J

High! team game: J&rgcr; : King, Shopping Center
723 J I
High team :series Burger King:, -
1974. one week only /ian J I-/an.? / :18

Splits Converted: Thelma Had.

cliJfe. s)10; Clue Ilatejka, '3.10,
Connie ArnolJ, 3.10; Nancy Chambcrl. $21

..n, 5-7; Phonnie Johns, 5.7,
Ann HUlemoyer! 3.10, Clearlne W..k I
Glca. .rn, 3.7.W; Gcrrla Hennie b

4.5; Joann Lawson, 3-10, Bet Lust, with acceptable trade --.- I
3-ID cn'I!! t 5.7; El I'aslcy. 1).10j) ;
NovaThurlo, 3.10. ill

T.lillla) Itadchffe: set a new I Model EKT-14C Model EKBUC Model EKT-12DM
hi n came: scratch Ur the d i
si i I'' u 2J5! and also took over sea 4\\ 4. I I t 19 .Spacious 13.9 cu ft. model 13.7 cu. ft. refrigerator 12.1 cu. ft, model with

bl I nov scratch and handicapwith f t+; with big 106.Ib. freezer with huge 163.Ib. freezer automatic ice maker

380) and 034.Plan .
,, Refrigerator section never .No messy defrosting .IceMagicareplacesevery 1
iuu. ,
ISun Lal
r.r,' 1 lnlf 41 :/4 needs defrosting e Glide-out frigerator section e Jumbo cube you ese e Automatic
t.h' ,. (n r. n Alit Plma lUrdwun 41 I 21 shelf Full-width crisper, twin crispers and more. defrosting refrigerator.
41(4( ::16110
II.{,, III"" :" ,,I'1, Cbanera 49 20 $168 with. $ .87 with $7.87
H h. ''d.; 'r..1\' .
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t '" I \ dlhbllu, / llumui 31 34 Model UA-34 L Per Week occtpioble L Per Week acctpiobl. L Per Week c .piobl. I
f' ,n", ,. ,'.Ir' :Kl': :344 This Is the washer that has the unique No Money Down <"><>. Ne Money Down :rode No Money Down trade
I'III", ,i I.'II.""'to Ac Inn<'l. Service tl 01104' ::18 31'. washing action of a "million" penetrating Ui. Iradwmrtt *A sod ICA b, Whblpool l CwporallM rarhow.r ::
K ,I II1.ur..e\1 :3o 118 water currents created by the ex- N ICA WNISLr001.erilaaa, >uthodrrd b y ladle 4ap.ronm.I A0"k.. i u
f"' .IQr.". Inc. 3n., III
elusive >
Surgilatorli "million"
l"' :\ ..tlunal I U..nk. 2U:1D: agitator. !
SI.. I ?, 1.0"... 27 tl vatercurrents that gently,yet thoroughly i'.
e'i"u lIank 1tUIio\ clean all jour clothes from regulars "

Knffec LeagueTiitT ar.1 1 delicates: to wash'n wears just a '

t dial the eyelet Magic-Mix\ dispenser lael".",. I'
Cleaners 3.1 over Jus filter blends in detergent, filters out lint Saralbr. lor. I
lice lime George", Unity Heal t automatically! mk. .sI'0'0' '' \
tors .:;.I B '
over and I E Shirt Lettering J
: Steel's Tavern 31 over Hurry! We've only 5 to sell at this price!I. J .t r 1

Adair Beauty Shop; T and G l.. ol ,iff
Music 31 over Pitketiley and eI f ICA WHlllPOOl ."!10...... .,awful. II, .....1. Cerpaeo.a .f AONNa. .sly ,,,,.; '
Uigtlow Service St.; Belton Pont I
ice 3.1 over Joyce Plumbing; J 1 '

E Evans, 3.1 over Days Cleaners .
; Lee's Southern Room 31

over Ponds Western Auto; First seamless. sfocfclngsl 4 WAYS TO PURCHASE r f
Mortgage 31 over Atlantic

plumbing, Siesta Motel 31 over '
Fat Boys :save up to $1,05'on

Splits converted: Thelma Rad O Charge o Revolving Charge REFRIGERATOR-FREEZERS
cliff, 910; Wanda Cannon, Ellie every box of

Holmes Shirley McCarville, 27:
Glenn lUlloran and Ruth \ your favorite/ I e Lay-Away o Easy Terms

Wheeler 5-7; Ethel' Pitkethley 'seamles's.fockln.ssl! : 'V.......
and Hazel Carlson, 310; Vicki
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Ends Flight Duly I p s tar -Advocate Unkle FuD's

i Tb. Vole of 25,000 North Brard County RMld.nt>
With Blue AngelsLCDR

Kenneth Wallace, son
of) Mr. and Mrs Ph H Wallace,
For Portraiture Basic Study and Still Life
,_ _
307 Nidy Ave., Titusville, was
relieved Friday, January 3, asofficer I
) 'charge and flight leader I -, .
of the Blue Angels, world Art ClussesTo SoonThe hire it tis Noo Years city wi iui proudly call 'home .
famous U. S Navy Flight Demonstration Begin uKin an' me an' Sophrony wz a place where business will
) Team. both knocked out fer Chrismai flourish, whore folks are fnei.d-
LCDR Wallace, who flew In an' Noo Years with that blasted ly and happy, with fine schools
the slot position in the world Titusville School of Fine in basic drawing and the 'tricksof be hi>M ,'ud.l'l'k II will be noomoany Weer still a coughin an' churches, beautiful homes
famed Clue Angel diamond for Arts, under the sponsorship of the trade will be taught IOIoII-I.II'I'd, u> u very talented and' a snortm' an' I reckon hit and places fer recreation an'
mation from 1953- 6 and rejoined the Titusville Art League, will along with the understanding of artl, t. \Mrs\ Lmdsey! Masteisuii t will be quite a spill afore we pleasure in a land amply blessed
the team in 1960 to again fly open Its first class in portraiture color how\ to nix! I it, to sec who is ,,<'ltd in to bo o a big hit with kin attend a regular: meet in' of by the Good! Lord himself fei all
the slot) and in January 1962, basic study, and still life on color properly ,md how to use the\ ,ihilili'Mi Of her you will the 'oon !Holler Crab S ma shirs us folks to sh.ueNow.. is that
became cfficer-m.charge of the January 16. Edward M. Stevenson it. to make paintings! live him, more at length a little an' Oyster Shuckvn Sassicty ankin' to much (for everyone to
flight team was relieved by of Titusville will instruct .s "There: will be various exhibitions later," I shore do hope all you folks In tthve fer in 19b4'
LCDR Robert Aumack a nativeof these classes at the Art League in Florida during the year Tidyville had a nice healthy
Maya Landing New Jersey, building In 'Titusville. 1 1 and we hope our students can "In ('unl'hl iull. one of my great holiday season an' speshully That great port Longfellowonce
ambitions is to see us have a
in ceremonies at Pensacola Mr. Stevenson has been a have the opportunity ti. exhibit where thoy's little folks around said it much better: than i
bmw In
fulo art /gallery: here TI-
The 1963 season was a record professional artist all his life their work ut some of these ttisville to. show not only our CRuse it shore Is a great lime uf kin when he said:

breaking year for the Blue and received wonderful trainingas ehowi This will encourage: them. own woithy works of art but to the year tcr them young: 'uni Not enjoyment, and not sorrow,
Angels They flew a new high. in youth in St Louis by a fine And what is even more\ import draw from the neighboring: cities! Wal now that 1964 is here I'd I I.* our destined and or way.
j',shows with 82 performances and European master. He deems ant, we will have our own) works of other m'lists who arc shore like to sec some Noo Yean Hut to act that each tomorrow
acre seen by over 6 S million peo- himself very! fortunate to have chows at intiMvnls to view our competent," the amiable artist tezzyluvhuns>> fer TUIyville such Finds us farther than today.
pie throughout the U. S. and had such a superb start in his progress: together and our neighbors !,: concluded as: happy Noo Year!
Ciinada education in the fundamentals of will be invited to come seethe
art and the works." In addition to these classes, ((1)l) Clean up alt this piles of He Scein' Y'all
of color. Mr
Wallace, with his wife, use tinkle
hash an' old lumber which is
former Hairict Jenkins of Eliza Stevenson, at the age of 19, "To round out the school, a the Ilrevard Junior College class
In oil painting will continue each both a fire an' a health hazard
bcthton Tenn., and three daughters assisted his master m the paint. Saturday morning e-la -. for
Comdr Wallace ing of murals. children from ages S 1 to 13 will Tuesday night with registrationfor : I kin show you some rats in one
,, will leave the Pensacola Roast
till second, semester to be announced of 'cm domed nigh bin/ enuf to Oyster
area in February when he reports The retired Cmdr spent his Ed Stevenson of
at a later date. put a middle on, an pcakln'
to the Naval Air Technical For entire professional career as an fire careless match
Apply Filling Jist ono
Training Unit at Brunswick, Ga., artist in the city of New York Minvillo I t :am confident we can $$1,100 DamagesIn an' a strong wind and destruction Reveals Pearl
before going to the USS Mid* Application Has been made to and found his early training exceeding build the Titusville School of Control, Related To an' even death could follow.

way. the Department of the Army by useful. Because of his Fine Art into a school widely Mar) Wreck Quality, Is Subject Ain't it about time, nahoors, we
R. A. and Edward G. Nelson of wide interest in a great varietyof known on our Eastern seaboard do. somethin' Mrs. Hazel Schohl bit down on
Titusville for a permit to con subject matter, he was knownat ," he said. "Contiol. as fluted to quality, a pearl while enjoying! an oyster,
CoiC Support struct a bulkhead and to dredge one time as the most versatile "We hope to install a lighting: Three out of stale cars wire was the subject of tho Cape ((2)) Support those people in our roast Sunday In the vicinity o)(

and fill in the Indian River just artist in New York City system in the school building Involved In an, accident Tues- Canaveral Section of the American City who\ suppoit. the City, who Turtle Mound, on) Indian River.
north of Broad Street. '
When one sees a group of his day at 13:45 p.m. on Washington Society for Quality Control'sDecember strive to. correct outmoded conditions
Mounting DailyThe It Is proposed to dredge from that will assist the daylight; and She had the pearl tested atWlsby's
painting one becomes well aware -
Avenue at the intersection of meeting, io a fast growin 11'8.who ,
an area 105 feet wide and 300 for our night classes it will
of his versatility."I Jewelry and learned thatit
DeLeon Avenue Total damage try to make Tidyvillo a safer
merchants and businessmen feet long out 600 feet from the give a lighting source that will With a program featuring/ local I
of the calcium
was astonished", the artist to the three vehicles was $1,100but more prosperous, hcultliu'r, was variety and
of the area, in increasing bulkhead line with the materialto said "when I was shown the not distort the aspect of color: in no one) was injured members John Hansel, of General hippier an' more bountiful com In good condition. It Is now on
numbers! are lending their sup be dredgers io north be deposited of Broad on Titusville Art League building by painting We'll.have our) own Electric Quality, and Gene muitity Let's get with it In '64. display at A.1 Laundry, 412 S..
property just
port and cooperation to the some of its members. I was delighted studio easels a model! stand and The autos were driven by E. West, of Radiation, presentedtalks ((3)) Resolve to think of "our
Street 11)3() feet wide and 474 feet [
F Coil of Rhode bland Willie
Greater! Titusville Chamber of to see their art home models for the portrait clans ; on Control of Data and town" as one community, ono
Commerce long. taking shape and then realize Our still life classes will have RIcks of Georgia( ; and Den\ Solan Specification Control Drawings.A place fee people of good will, Others on the outing with Mrs.
Thirty-three additional membership by Fran Hilton's Shell Service, the devotion and determinationit well-composed and attractively of New Jersey! lively discussion followed. An honest intentions, an' with a Schohl were husband Paul, Mr:
dues were received in Mrs Aleda Martin (Associate), took to achieve this goal. When arranged and lighted set-up of John Thelkeld, Investigating announcement was made by Al detrrminashun tft build) a better and Mrs. t* 0 Keith and Macb\
the period Dec 6, 1963.Jan. 2, Nelson Septic Tanks, Tucker they asked me to teach, I agreed objects, and flowers at times so officer, reported: that I the accident May of Aerospace (Program Director place In which to !live, whether and Jack:Ward.. The oysters went
I 1964, announced Jack Schwems- Outlaw & Associates, Pritehaid I had long cherished the idea of thdt it will be inspiring to the was caused by Solana ) that the next ASOC metIng that's jist north of State Read SO from the Turtle Mound beds del
berg, executive manager. & Son, Ranch House, Inc., Ray having the opportunity to pass student. failure! to have his vehicle: under Is scheduled for January or jist north of Garden Street signaled for usa o( tho general
These include: A & P, C. M. mond Roofing Co, Reese Exter- along some of the art love II I Strong personal instructions control. 23rd Fer Heavens sake let's build a public.
Aker, M D, Bannister's Medical minatirg Co., River Shore have acquired through the yearsto 4
Laboratory and X-Ray Barbour Motel. others. I believe that we
Truck.ads, Inc., Gray Brewer, Scruggs, John Jr., Seven Eleven can bring to our students some Phone AM 7.1511 -* Store Hours: 10 am to J) pm Titusville Shopping Center:

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'Pg. 2.B TlluivllU (Florida) Star Advocate Friday, January 10, NN r.
.. .

Church News Of The WeekFor

Titusville and North Brevard CountyDeadline

For These Pages 5 P.1.f. Wednesday ,

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First Methodist Titusville Baptist Central Baptist St. Teresa'sThe

:Morning worship at First First Baptist Church offers Services at Central Baptist schedule for St. Gabrlel'i

Methodist Church of Titusville three worship services every Church are announced as followsby Episcopal Church as announced

will be held at 8:30: and II.00 Sunday. The early service begins the pastor, D. V. McAll ster. by Father Ferguson h as follows; .'

airs: with Rev. Ed Norman at 8:30: a.m. with music by Sunday: Sunday School, S:45' Saturday, January 11, at 10:00,

bringing the last sermon In a the youth choir and a message a m; Morning worship, 11:00a ) a.m? Childrens Confirmation t

series! on the Lord t Prayer," by Rev, James Cooper. .m.; Deacon's meeting, 2:30: Class

on the phrase "Lead us not into. Sunday School begins at 9:45: p.m.; Training union, 6:30 p.m. ; Sunday, Morning Prayer will be1
deliver . with graded nurseries classes Evening 7:30 with
temptation but us. a m worship, : p m said! l at 7:15: a.m.; Holy CommunIon .
This sermon is titled "Tempta and departments for all ages. Ou Johnson as the guest speaker will be celebrated at 7:30are. :

tibr,". Scripture will be read Cradle roll for infants and extension .; Sunday School for the

from Luke 102337: The 11:00: class for invalids, shut 1M Monday: Brotherhood meeting, fourth grade and up will meet at t
o'clock service will be broad and people who must work on 7:30 p.m.Tued.y. 9:00: a.m. The adult class will

cast over Radio Station WRMF. Sunday. : Alice Gaventl Circle also meet at this time under the .
Church School, under the supenision Regular morning worship at meets In the! home of Mri direction of Jack 1 lor ton. Family NOTHING

of John Raley will begin 11:00: o'clock Music by adult Joyce Griffith, 1115 Milton St.. Eucharist will be celebrated at

promptly at 9:45: a.m. with choir and. message on Christian at 9:30 a.m.Wednesday. 10,:00 i.m. ; The Sunday School
classes for all ages A nursery Education by Rev James Coop. third grade and below will meet
: 6:30 ,m Family
is. provided for children of preschool er from Stetson University. p ? at 10:(00)() a.m. under the directionof .
night at church. Each organlza-
: age in Hennessey Hall Training Unions meet at 6:15 James Munnis, Jr '
tion wil meet with his own .?
Class for the 8th for all i
Membership> p.m. age groups.
group. Officers and teachers Tuesday January 14, 7:30p
grade will be held in the Pastor'sStudy Evening worship at 7:30: p.m. tt
Adult Confirmation Class
melting; 7:30: p.m. prayer meet m ,
during church Music by intermediate choir and
on Sunday
Ing and business session; 8:30: Wednesday, January 15, 7:15:
school message by the Pastor Dr. W S. .
.m Morning Prayer Holy Communion
p.m., adult choir rehearsal. a ? ,
At 4:00: p.m. on Sunday, youth Hardin "The Tragedy of The Thursday: All.day church At 8:30: p.m. a covered
recreation and orchestra practice Tongue Tied. visitation. Women meet at 9,:30a dish supper followed by the Annual .

will be held, followed at Midweek services begin at .m men at 7:30: p.m. Parish Meeting E
$30 pm. by the MYF SnackAt 6:30 p.m. Wednesday with Family .
The choir will rehearse on Fri.
6:15 the MYF will hold their Night Supper followed by organizational .
C&M AllianceThe day, January 17, at 7:45: p.m.
Meetings and at 7:00: p.m. meetings and Prayer r

youth choir will practice. Even Meeting at 7:30.Church : Sunday School of the Evening Prayer will be read at

fig worship will be held at '7:301m : Christian and Missionary Alliance 5.00 p.m. on Monday, Wednesdayand

Sunday, of GodThe church of Indian River Friday and at 7:00: p.m. on

I; Official Board will\ hold its City, will open at 9:45 a.m., with Tuesday and Thursday.
monthly meeting on study of John the Bap classes for all age groups. W 0
Monday In Hennessey Hall at tist's testimony will be given in Dennison will teach from the Church Of ChristThe

1:10'p.m.:: the,Sunday school at 10 o'clockat first chapter of Romans, in the
Choir practice will be held at the Church of God. The text Adult Bible class Nursery will Church of Christ meets at

'7:30 p.m. Tuesday, will be taken from John 1:29, be open) during all the meetings of the corner of St. Johns, and Hopkins -

Boy Scouts will meet at Blan "Behold the Lamb of God, which the church The schedule of services is

ton Park at 6:30() p.m. on Wednesday taketh"away the sin of the "The Cypress Saviour" will be as follows: YM la TIN Qmrea

in the Scout Hut world) -so the vine said to the branched: Separated from the vine Th dumb la YM
the topic the 11:00
sermon during
: Bible study 9.50 1
In his '' 'Faith for the Sunday: a.m.1
On at 7 30( the branch became dead wood. W. boast of -for* Mmfeiwriwto
Wednesday : p.m. our strength and the
hour. At 12:30 In .
a m worship .
Storm" at the 11 o'clock worship : worship service, 10:50: a m and / sal. l.", ,nun
the Mission Study on Asia will the IRC Civic Center the fourth 8:00 p.m.; midweek Bible study part we play but oh how dependent on God we really are ........4*,14...dilk .
hour the will
b. held. pastor emphasize anniversary dinner will he The physical body must have goods wt cannot jet except InlliiiM' .( iktchurch
served Is on Wednesday at 7:00: p.m.
A joint meeting of the Boardof that there is something with everyone bringing a they com from Cod .air, food, water, companionship and even wealth. o.tM.'e Trustee and the Co mm Is. within us that Is greater than covered dish. The Christian Cad. Bible classes ore provided for It is all part of a living universe. By itself all of this would be dead wood Uin M _Iwr

sinn on Finance will be held on the storm ets and Senior AYF groups will all age groups both Sunday morn. The Christian without Christ becomes fruitless. .dead. ::-"'"""p. e',>:"e.ru'" "
The evangelistic service begins The human is nothing from the divine. God _,.. _......
Thursday it 730: pm in Hen meet at 8:30.: Ing and Wednesday night The apart not only created life, 004
at 7. There will be con He also sustains it Our health ... ,"..'".,.
nessey Hall with a guest speak. "A New Creature" will be! the adult clue on Wednesday night strength success: are all God's gift
er on the Impact on North Bre gregational singing, special has just begun a study of the Better atop Mister, long enough to give Him credit
music and singing testimonies, sermon topic during the 7:30: p.m. Without Him do ILLJ
yard First Epistle of Paul To The we can nothing
service of hymn singing and worship -
and for the sick. At the
On Friday, the Woman Soc prayer Thessalonlans Each verse of the
iety of Christian Service will close of the sermon, an altar epistle will be considered. AH

sponsor a Rummage Sale to be service will be held for all to The Wednesday Prayer meel.lnl other classes have recently recclvcd << 1 ---

,.. and Bible will be 7 30p new material and have
held in Hennessey Hall from- --p/y itudy at :
8:00: to S:00 p.m.. : Prayer j peeling is Tuesdayand .m. The Laymen's. meeting is begun new courses of study. This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:

4 Youth service is Thursday at Thursday at 7, :30 p.m. These various Subjects will b* I
7:30: p.m. Penny Ramsey will studied during the first quarter of

NazareneThe present The a program for location the youth. LutheranSunday the year ] I II Atlantic Plumbing Co First Federal Savings & Loan Association

First Church of the Nat- temporary may 329 St. Johns St. Titusv'lla'} Downtown TitusvIlle
easily be found at 308 Washington -
arene 1027 Park Avenue, announces morning worship servIce First Christian
the following services of Ave: downtown Titusville. Is held at 10:15: am at Trinity -
the week. For further Information call Lutheran Church In Indian Services at First Christian;; Indian River Machine ShopIndian Baird's Mobile Homes

Saturday night at 7:00 the 267.7094. River City A nursery! is providedfor Church of Titusville are announccd .
: River City, Florida Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa. FloridaBoyd's
Sunday School banquet will take small children. as follows by Pastor Eddie

place at the Chanticleer Inn All Scottsmoor Baptist School Fine
Sunday begins at 9:00: ,
the Sunday School officers and Sunday: Sunday School, 10:00: Mims Citrus Growers Association
Sunday School will convene at with classes for all ages includinga Gulf Service
teachers, with their guest are
a.m.; Morning worship, 11:00,
Mlms Florida
invited to attend. The Invitationis 9:4S: s.m at First Baptist Church class for adults taught by the with "Live for Tomorrow" as. Downtown Titusville

also extended to those who of Scottsmoor with Dale Reddas pastor. Sunday afternoon at 2:00 sermon topic; Christian Endeavor
have an interest In Sunday Schoolwork superintendent. Classes for all the Junior Lutherans will meet.
43 Bible at
fl study
: p.m.; Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts Jr.
ages. This is for children ages 611. At ,
7:30: p m James Pritchard & Son
Rev. Sterling Mills, will bring 4:00 the Youth Confirmation .
The Sunday School hour teems : Sunday Wednesday: A minute servo Miens\ Florida
at 9:45: under the leadershipof the Inspirational message at the Class will meet; The Frank & Mary Schuster & Associates
ice at 7:30
beginning : consistingof
Rubert Blankenshlp There 11 a.m. worship service. The adult Luther League meeting will beheld song service, prayer and devotional 2300 South Washington, Titusville

will be classes for all ages. choir will render the messagein at 5:00: Sunday afternoon Duffy's ., .
The Worship hour Is at 11:00: songs of praise The choir will rehearse Tuesday : '
with Rev. Thomas Ream bring. Training Union, with Mrs. evening at 7:00.: Remember pay your Paper Boy rUms, Florida : W. E. Kennedy

log the message of the morning Grady Sanders as director will Badcock Furniture Titusville
The Infant and Toddler's nurseries meet at 8:30: p.m. with unions for Brevard Lumber

are open for all regular all age groups. Westside ChurchTropic Company

services for your convenience.The Evening worship service Is Baptist Bryan-Conway & Winstead Inc.
Junior and Teen Fellowships scheduled for 7:30: p.m. The jun. at JUM. TUvrrilU ,
will begin at 8:00.: The Juniors ior choir will have charge of the Ray Nelson Insurance Agency Downtown TitusvilleBelkLindsey

are under the leadership ot music Sunday School 9:45: a.m. o Morning Worship 11 tan. Bi? Apple Plaza

I Mrs. Jean laser I and Judy Manning Midweek prayer meeting is Train'g Union 6:15 p.m, Evening Worship 7.30: p.m. .?

I is the'Teen president. At the slated for Wednesday at 7 p.m., NURSERY FOR EACH SERVICEH.

I same hour tie Young Adult Seminar followed by the adult choir rehearsal E. FLYNN -- MINISTER Burger King '..0;
will meet under the directionof under the leadership of Titusville i
North U. S. 1 Titusville
Mt. ,
Rev. Ream Morris Hallum\ J
The Evangelistic services Is at Nursery provided at all !serv-

7:00: with ,Rev. Ream speaking. lees for children under four years Duff Electric Titusville '
: TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCHAn Colonial T V and Appliances "
Beginning Monday night at 7:00: of, age .
the church will be holding a week Dr. B. R. Lakin, will conduct ( AmtrUan Lutheran Church) Mr. and Mrs. II Guy Duff :.i

revival with guest speaker Rev revival January 20 26
Freddie Thomas. Rev. Thomas 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE C W. Danenburg

began his work at the young age Indian River City INDIAN RIVER CITY Morley's Western Auto
of twelve There will be special Danenburg Realty
music for all the services and our Christian Church SUNDAY SCHOOL > .. . . 9.00a.m. Mr and Mrs. Chas'JlMorley 1514: S. Washington, Titusville

nurseries will be open. The first Services for Indian River City CHURCH SERVICES . . 10:15: a.m. Washington & Broad Titusville
night will be Sunday School night Christian Church, to be held at
The public Is invited to attend the the Civic Center, are announcedas W. Extend A Cordial! Welcome To You I ICLAUOI Master Cleaners

services. follows! : I. TI JAN. ......, Canaveral Rambler S. Hopkins at Titusville City Limits
Sunday: Bible School, 9:00: Phone AM 7-1343 .
If have rental 9 4) c,
you a m ; morning worship, : :

housing, list it in evening worship, 7:00: p.m. Mutual Insurance Service, Inc.
Wednesday: Prayer meeting Fransen's Drive In Restaurant
The Star-Advocate! Welcome To The Mr. and Mrs
wit be held at 7 p.m. .; 0: i N. E. Jones
and Employee> South( Washington Downtown TitusvilleFulmer's

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH First Baptist .' Titusville ., .

e e Drug Store

"In The Haut Of The Community" Church of Mims Rinker Materials Corp. ; Gene Sego

Main it Hopkins Tltutrtllt, Florida West Orange Ph. AM 7-6900 ..

'. The of
W S. Hardin. Pastor Employees
Only S Mauls' frees Downtown TlfvtvllU North
Town Motel Suburban Propane Gas
-stnVICES- On U. S. 1 to Minis Turn Left et Blinker. Light
Downtown TitusvilleEdwards .

Sunday Worship . . . .o, 8:30 & 11:00 A.M SUNDAY SCHOOL .... ... .. ... .. ..... .:45 A. M. ,

Sunday School . . \ . . . 9:45 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP .. .. .. .....11:00: A M. Realty Moonland Mobile Homes, Sales

Training Union . . . . 6:15 A.M. YOUTH CHOIR REHEARSAL .. ..... I:SOP. M. Joe and Edwards U. S. 1 North of) Overpass Titusville
g Sunday Evening Worship . . . . 7:30 P.M. TRAINING UNION ... .. .. .. ..... 1:15: P M. Baldwin Mary CenterThrelkeld's
4 Mld-W..Ic: Service, Wednesday . . . 7:30 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP . . ... t:M P. M. Shopping
Oldest Baptist Church In Area Establlahod la Air. Condition for your Comfort Rev. Joseph 1. arwrlght
Affiliated with Southern Standard Service State Farm Insurance Companies
1889 Baptist COn"IiUOD
"The End of Your Search For A Friendly Church""Wonderful .
Alr-Condltlcned Mother of Thr. Missions W* Downtown Titimille AM 7-997 214 Palm, Titusville
Worda of Llf. 7i5 A.M. Mon-FrU WRMF
Cordially: Sari You to Attrad Our Bwrlcta.

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I Friday, January 10, 1964 Tltuivllle (Florid) Star Advocate Page 3-1 Jehovah's WitnessesThe

Unitarian: Evangelistic

schedule for the Kingdom
Hall 1422 The Unitarian Fellowship of
rsorwoodve i* announced
by L D. Shawvcr. local Cocoa will feature Dr. George/: E Crusade BeginsThe

Church\ News Of The WeekFor presiding minister. as follows: clay Bcaurhamp II speaker this Sun

Sunday at 3 p m a (public Bible
1 First 1 Church of :th," Nor-
lecture will be
given by a
4( representative Dr. Bcaurhamp. former minis
a rent'. toT;: Park Ave. annmm"san
of the Watchtower
Titusvillc and North Brevard County tfr of the Unitarian Church in
Crusade with
Society, R. \vosoha whose sub Pavtona each, vr.ll speak' onHie Evangelistic:
ject is ,"What is Happening To Nature of Lcve1. Ho Is UP\ Fred Thomas as the guest
Deadline For These Paces S P,M. Wednesday Morals\ Following the lecture speaker The Crusade begins
l at 4:15: the weekly Bahle study currently the president of Orange: Jan 13: and loses Jan. 19! sunday .
Gardens In Klusimmee
--- --- will be conducted' on, "Victory .
I IRC MethodistThe Good For God's Woman over Her An Services and I church school
Shepherd each
Calvary Baptist The services begin eve
Stetson Day To Be elent Enemy," Tart 2. start simultaneously at 10:10::
at 1:00: and will include some
service of worship for the Divine worship services will Service Sunday at Calvary Next Tuesday! Jan. 14th the each Sunday morning ant I the sing male
Martial music f featuring ii
Indian River City Methodist be conducted at Good Shepherd Baptist: begin at 10:00: a.m. with Observed SundayThe pYogram will change due to the public it cordially Invited! to attend quartet. Monday night :I Is Sunday,
Church will be held Sunday School the direc visit of the Circuit .
at 11:00 a.m. Lutheran Church Sunday morn!' under Represent School Night with each class
Sunday In the new church build ing, January 12, by the pastor, lion of Marvin Fisher, superintendent following new memberswere :alive\ of Fla Circuit No.8, .'. The Fellowship hall is locatedat socking to have 100 per cent of
log on the Orlando Highway Rev. Arnold F. Claus for the Classes will be held received by First Baptist Barnes The regular Theocratic 1261 Range! Road in Cocoa. its enrollment present\

Across from Indian River congregation These services for all ages Church, Sunday January 5, by Ministry School will be held then Iti-v
Height. "Time Walts For No will be held at 8:00: and 10:30: o'. transfer of church letters: aj 1:30: followed b>' the weekly Members Received At the ago of twelve' .
The morning worship service Thomas, of Clkhart. Injun: iu c Rev Fred Thomas
service meeting and a talk by F.
is the for
sermon subject clock. A is maintained
nursery ,
convent at 11:00 with Pastor Seaman Charles W. Thompson !lion his ministry In the field of
(the 11 clock service, and the during the later service. At William McClure bringing the U S. S. Observation "Island, VUrnes. Thursday, at 8 pm. the weekly Into First BaptistFirst evangelism: A wollkn>wn speak( The in a i' mmi.nat district assemblies
pastor Rev. Robert Waddell, there will be
will bring the The 1130: a.m. a morning message Special music from VVcstslde Baptist Church, \ Bible| Book study will ho heldon t Ripti-t Citirch will observe tr he now serves as a full.tune rump meetings, and(
Coffee Hour in the
message. Friendship will be featured in this service Louisville, KentuckY. Let You Name lie Sanctificd \ Stetson ) January Mvlvallst in the Church of the church coihc'!:e Others have
nursery will be available during fellowship hall liar": Oil .
(the worship hour. At 9:15: Sunday School classes Young peoples service begins Miss Mary Nell Hodgms, ," 12 at both 8 :ji) and I tOIl: R m.U'rvlct's. Nazarene, an with international h quarters:[ denomination in tome articles to in knmv Ih. him Herald through of Holiness hU
at S:00 p.m. Sunday evening, 1427 Tropic Street from Calvary .
for children and adults of all Many Baptist Chun.lies \ -
official Nazarene publication
Mims MethodistService Missouri: !
Kansas City
Sunday School for all agesft'II ages will meet. The Pastor's followed by the evening serviceat Baptist Church of Daytona throughout the State will have : .
) be held from 9:45: to 10:35: 7.00 p.m. Beach.
class also meets at this hour. at Mims Methodist t apes hers from Slotsnn Univer He has conducted unusually:
)p.m. ; the children's choir will Monday, Pastor Claus will attend The Tuesday morning Bible Mrs Essie Haddox, 1312 Overlook church arc announced by Rev. iffy during 191)4! m a part of the fruitful campaign! throuRhout the The church and its pastor extend

reet Sunday from 4:30: to 5:30: an all.day Pastoral Conference Study, conducted by Pastor Mc- Terrace, from the First Lloyd Mullis as follows: overall program: in merging t'nited States and (Canada with a hearty welcome to at.

in the chapel; the Methodist at Cosselberry At 7:30: Clure, \.111 be held at the home Baptist Church of Gulfport, Miss. Sunday! : Sunday School, 10Am the University endowment( : thoi sands seeking God under his tcnl the services. Each will be

Youth Fellowship will have its Monday (evening, the Canaveral of Carolyn Fisher, 2701 Country ., with classes! for all the facilities and programChtUtian : ministry. lie was also' snout. filled with good: things: spirit
Mr. and Mrs Joe D Matheny,
program and recreation begin. Lutheran Council, made up of Lane. family. Robert M Porter, General stan,ling pastor for twelve years, ual songs, choruses, special music
118 Education will he
Oarna Avenue, from First t
ring at 6 in the dynamic gospel message,
p.m. fellowship Wednesday superintend, Morning M
from Missouri evening
representatives seven pra'ersenile Inariou
hill! Baptist Church of Laurel, Maryland worship, 11 ,1,m sermon topic the emphasis on January 12 and holding/ charges and: best of all the presence of
Synod Lutheran Churches and Bible Study beginsat churches In In lana.
God Rrv Thomas E. Ream Is
The adult choir will rehearse in the Brevard area, will meet at 7:30: with Pastor McClure "The Conquering Church; Moth- guest: speaker from Stetson will

Wednesday, 730: In the Good Shepherd Lutheran bunging the message from the At the evening service, Mrs. odist Youth fellowship, 6,:30 be the Reverend James Cnnpu" Many have come under Mr tho pastor---
p.m. -
chapel. An invitation is extended The Pastor's class, which is Book of Revelation; followingwill Jerry Horn, 1121 Indian River p RI.; Evening service, 730: formerly pastor of First t DiptKt
singing of favorite hymns Ser Church, Umatill.i. Mr Cooper I III is I FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
to anyone who would like studying Christian Doctrines, be (the regular monthly Ave. and Miss Deanna Hunger-
mon topic laws of the King.dom" Stetson!: graduate: find ilso a 19:7 Park Avt Titusvilf
to sing with the choir Men's wilt meet t in the Pastor's study business meeting.Thursday ford, l 1S48 Lilac Circle Drive, ,
at 7:30: o'clock, Tuesday evening I morning visitation were baptized Into the membership graduate of the Southeastern REVIVAL CRUSADE Jan. 13. 19
and women's voices needed
are Monday: Official board, meet-: Baptist Theologies! 1 Seminary ,
but men's voices are particularly meets at 9:30: a.m. and at 2:00: of First Baptist Church. big at 1:30: 1".11\ Wako Forest, N C and is: now REV. FRED THOMAS Evangelist
Wednesday evening at 7:00: p.m. at the County Home for -- ---
needed, tenors, baritone and
Tuesday: Mary Nicholson with Stetson University as Di .M.
7 [' Nightly
bass: the Girl's Mission League girls the Aged. ENVELOPES! Business Sizes -
Circle. "rector of the Astoihlen and Put
The men of the church will in third through the sixth, grade, Services are being held tern Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp Wednesday: Bible study at 7 tills Program. Tin petite is: THOMAS REAM, MINISTER
continue the will meet In the fellowship hall. pomrily; at 119 Hopkins Ave. in for Infants & Todd:era Nursery
painting project mailing. Full stock at Star p.m. t senior choir l practice at cordially invited to this special I
The choir will -
sponsored! by the Men's Club rehearse on the Women Club Building Advocate 7'43 p.m. day in First Qip! N Church
thi Saturday. Wednesday at 7:30( p.m. ---
Saturday morning at 9:00: o'.
The Hobson( Circle will haveits clock the Junior ConfirmationClass

meeting Tuesday, 9:30: a.m.. will be taught by Pastor S .
in the home( of Mr and Mrs. Claus.

the Thf James'church.nursery Watson will be 2736 provided Hibiscus in, Church Of God There are 30 Pontiacs in Wide-Track Town

A school of Missions will be The soi'vices of the First
t iielri m the new church February Church of God will begin this

:2nci 5th and 12th. Detalrs Sunday at 10:00: o'clock with

will be announced later: Sunday School classes for all

ages.The s.r..
Mims Church Of God morning worship service

will follow at 10:45: clock with
Services at Church of God,
the pastor; Rev. Ronald Holder,
Mims, are announced as followsby
bringing the rooming message,
Rev. Kyle H Bryan, pastor.
There will be a youth fellow.
Sunday: Sunday School, 10am "a
ship meeting Sunday evening at
morning worship, 11; evangelistic .
G:30: o'clock in the? home of Rev
service 7:00: .
p m end Mrs. Holder 3374 Elder St a12b4

Wednesday: Youth service, The midweek service will be

7:30: pm, with Mrs. Sue Bell in held on Tuesday evening immediately !'E
charge ; following: a carry-in
supper at 11:30.: The supper and
.. .... ..... .ee. ;;;; service will be In the home 01
: : Mr. and Mrs' E. L Summers on t tV

I : : Highway 50 in Indian River
City. Outing the afternoon sevtral -
A /is ministers from across the w

.i ttendServices i congregation elate will be visiting and remainingover the local

for the evening meal and

.: : :: I the service. Did you say you wanted a Did you say you wanted a

Services on Sunday are pre

: Pus: : sently being conducted in the convertible hardtop

I-- : _. Indian River City lire Hall on with Wide-Track and that with Wide-Track
Magnolia Ave.
I Week( This congregation is associated Pontiac kind of performance? and pure Pontiac style

with the Church of God
I = whose general jUices are in (We've got six different models to choose from.) (We've got ten different models to choose from)

; at your own Anderson, Ind.Lighthouse.

I Tabernacle"Come ,
place s sof

Unto Me (Christ says)

worship and I will give you Rest and

Peace." .'
Services at the Lighthouse

Tabernacle, a Full Gospel, Nondenominational -
church, located M\

at Mums, on North U S. I, past \

Kelly Builders, are as follows: C .

Sunday Sunday School, 10:00: M
a.m.; Worship services at 11 ,
u.m. and 7:30: p.m.

Prayer meeting every Wednes
day night at 7:30.:

Christian Missionary Alliance ChurchSun -:- V ,

Road Off Hwy. 50 Indian River City A-- -._...' '

WELCOMES YOU TO OUR SERVICESI ,. '9L.Il .....:. ...-- r s., .. .reM
"The Whole BHl U the bull>> of all teaching" J. .. ,

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WELCOMES YOU Rev Sterling Mill
Turn East At Toby's Fruit Stand Did you say you wanted a Did you say you wanted a

School . ':4S . station
Sunday : a.m. Morning Warship' 11 .."'. coupe wagon
Training Union ... ':30 p.m Evening Worship .. FilO p."'. '
Nursery for Each Service Prayer Service Wed 7 p... with Wide-Track and with Wlde-Track .
The Only Southern Baptist Church typical Pontiac trade-in value and lots and lots of space? .
Between Mime and Oak Hllll
(We've got five different, models, to choose from.) (We've got five different models to choose from,)

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Nse 4-8 TlfuivllU (Florid) Sl,'.Advocate Friday, January 1f1. }fa H I


Editorials Around Behind The ScenesThe

of dog- bankruptcies so far this yi ,, r ,
By Bob Hudson cult of glamour is becom- food!; and 34 per cent
dog food being cited as another s>" I,.,,
farmers buy
ing increasingly entrenched in owning
Bet didn't know that "TakeA
you sells of general economic health in
Deep Breath Day" (alls in virtually all parts of the U. S. from the same dealer that the 10 months through Oct, .
Equal J Civil flights Walcr Demands Addition "Break A Cold Month" both of female population Including! ; them their livestock or poultry padlocks went on the door"f<
the teenager who tints her hair feeds.
which fall in January
12,621 companies, comp.ni' ,
There and wears lipstick to high THINGS TO COME: A
An injunction forbidding the use of black-face make- Water water are so many "days"and with 13.863 bankruptcies tab"I.1 I i ird
everywhere but when some go to( "months" that a fellow has school To the cosmetics industry chemical company has intro
up in the Mummers parade in Philadelphia Saturday, drink they find their thirst subsiding after looking at the a hard time just keeping up witn this means a market now at duced a bucket.shape car seat In the same 1962 period I 1.,, t
noteu ,
was granted by a three-judge panel in light of the possi- color of city water in some of the more recently expanded them. $2 billion annually and certain for the toddle age; group available year was failures particularly disc,i 11 };
for among t
bility of racial violence being "clear and present." areas here in Titusville. For example did you realize to keep climbing In red or blue and with adjustable that adverse trend .I t
stores; 'i'I'|'
Having been rebuffed earlier in a bid to bar black This is occasioned by pipes being laid into new sec that that this is January"break 1 a was cold "take month"and a However, the steady growth cf promotional arm rests value,Largely a large for pears to be tapering off in t tin

face in the parade, the NAACP affiliated groups then tions or subdivisions where they dead-end the pipes, deep breath day"? Bet some ot this consumer spending area bas Texas retail store will offer a later stage of 1963

threatened rioting along the route if blackface was used consequently, are not flushed out regularly.The those people who celebrated brought about a furious comp ti. "his and hers" submarine for BITS 0' BUSINESS Ti

by the marchers.The city water supply is treated and tested regularlyand pretty heavy and long on New tion in the marketplace. Thetend two. The $18,700 craft travelsat first three days of the busmc-,
( in the cosmetics industry,
results an order restraining four comic in most areas, is about as clear as we find here in Bre- Year's Eve couldn't even get from 3 to 7 m.p.h.; occupantsmust week me the best for avoidu.,
these days, seems to be to "no
outside to take that deep breath is
clubs from "marching or permitting anyone to march vard County. The fault is not in the water but lies the next day. holds baircd" when it comes to operating be lying. Available down when in it the crowds in food stores, say ,",

using blackface" in the parade. somewhere in the pipes. high powered advertising claims, eclair.like designed survey Group which also report,
East pudding
is all
This Is also United Cerebral
There is no law against the use of such makeup and Some provision must be made to maintain all the Palsy Month, Thrifty Meal Mates "free" premiums, reduced.price to resemble the "mouse" that Fridays alone account j"r:
the civil of the Mummers have been violated in water in rights supply a clear, sediment-rust-free condition Month, National Hinter Golf( dessert that has traditionallybeen
this restraining order. Should not civil rights apply to since water bills ore governed by quantity used. Those Month and March of Dimes consumer industry, in recent the pride of French chefs volume Aside from nor'I,1' ,|
seasonal changes,
has spent a higher consumer
all white included? who Month. years Just developed is a portable
races through necessity have to let the
water run for a prujioition of its sales dollar on paces fur food and other far/ ,
A threat such as was made by this group should considerable period before it clears up, are being un- You're also supposed\ to cat advertising and promotion Individual billiard table said to stay perfectly products should be steady in \t'..

have resulted in a restraining order forbidding their interference duly penalized and some relief should be forthcoming.The wheat. bread and Louisiana yam marketing executiveswill flat for two years and priced month ahead. Overall,, fan
because it's wheat bread( month
in any shape, form or fashion with the orderly residents in these areas have a legitimate com- and La Yam Supper Season explain they absolutely must under $590.FEWER( pricps in mid-October were .,,1..1 t i

enjoyment of and carrying through of the parade.In plaint and the cause and remedy demands the immediate We're currently in Big Brother do so "just "to keep even with my PADLOCKS A level 2 per cent under the salt"

letting this element understand the disfavor of attention of the responsible officials they are tax- Week and the fact that Jan 6 Is competitor modest decline in the number of time a year earlier.

such tactics as they were displaying, the National Guardor paying citizens and rightly deserve some relief. "Old Christmas Day Epiphany" This has had an interesting cf -

Federal Troops should have been ordered to the scene, prompted one that of our neighborsto b't feet: smaller companies are
remark we were a
pressed to the point where their
as they have been when the shoe was on the other foot, previous in urging!: Christmas decorations
Growth resources are so badly strained
i i.e. Little Rock, Ark., Oxford, Miss, and Tuscaloosa, Ala. Re-Emphasized to come down last week! that they become willing to sellout

When our courts base their decisions through fear In case you want to buy any (for the right price) to a ff.

of violence and not on the rights Involved theyare The rapid industrial and commercial growth accompanying thing-we it now, because suggest, according that you to the do larger firm in the field When

inviting the disrespect of all concerned on both sidesof Florida's tremendous population expansion was national promotion calendar this happens the product line of '

the issue and condoning the taking of matters intoone's re-emphasized in the State CofC Weekly Business Review Large Economy Size Sales are the disappearing firm isnt taken I" .
off the market, because that
own hands.Is released January 4, which pointed out that electric power supposed to be held Jan. 926.Don.t would $
moan throwing all
know whether or not that away by M 1h1 tU
this the American way? Civil rights are truly plants in the state produced as much electricity duringthe means we can get a size 13 doubleE the advertising money already #

dear possessions and should be protected for all a- first six months of last year as during the full year shoe for the price of our reg. invested in building its appeal.

like 1956 and twice as much as during all of 1951. ular 11A or not. The outlook then: fewer companies Gel Your In
Savings By
Total output of all electric plants in the state came to Jan. 1218 Is International in the long run but probably I
even more products to
12,636,751,000, kilowatt-hours( through June of 1963. This Printing Week, which of course 1
nerve! female
Stephen Foster Day represents a 10 percent gain over the first half of 1962 and we are interested in It is also vanity. The 10th And Earn 4'/4 4' %

well over the national increase of 6 percent. Civil Service Week, and Is followed FARM FACTS Four of
Thrift Week, every five farms have at least
Manufacturers who produce their own power accounted one dog, and 82 them Dividends From The 1st 1 !
Stephen Collins Foster, beloved composer of Flor- which opens with BenjaminFranklin' per cent of
for 930,968,000 kilowatt-hours of the total and J
ida's state song "Suwannee River", died a hundred years Birthday Anniversaryon are large dogs (over 20 pounds).
other manufacturing plants bought 2,541,507,000 kilowatt- Jan. IT. You know, he was These were among farm dog
on January 13 at the of 37, leaving Amer-
ago, young age
born in 1109.Robert facts gathered in .
hours, representing a 4 percent increase for the six month a recent National
ica and the world rich of melodies.
a heritage period, equaling the national rate, the Chamber pointed; E. Lee's birthday anniversary Survey. The survey also \ '

Special programs are slated for this weekend and out. is on ,Tan. 19-he was indicates that farmers generally; \\111-1!

next at the Stephen Foster Memorial at White Springson born in 1807, suh can't you hear do not regard their dogs as pets,
The use of electricity by commercial establishments but inclined
to think
] are I of them
those strains of "Dixie"? World
the banks of the Suwannee River, honoring the mus-
ical genius.By in Florida moved up 11 percent, compared with 7 for thei' Religion Day also falls on the as livestock.

nation !as a whole. Residential use was likewise up 111 19th which is also the day that The farmer is not likely to go -

a joint congressional resolution in 1951 January percent, compared with 8 nationally. :National Jaycee Week and Nat in for lap clogs because he considers -

13 was designated as National Stephen Foster Day. Thisis Fuel used for the production of electric power in the) ional YMCA Week open his dog a valuable animal
to be observed this on Sunday Jan. 12 at the Jan. 26 opens National Fur that has
year state through June last year was made up of 844,090 short Care Week so be sure to pet that specific farm tasks to
Florida Memorial to permit larger attendance do City dogs are more likely topresent
tons of coal ((11 percent increase); 9,223,341 barrels oC oily cat carefully Youth Week also

' The Florida Legislature; 1935,, designated Jan. ((3 percent increase) and'46 billion cubic feet of gas ((18( ; opens on Jan. 26. they feeding are more problems pamperedthan because -

13.19 as Stephen Foster Week, and special programs increase) with the like '
percent compared period in 1962, Just in case you're still hungry, their country cousins.
have been scheduled at White Springs on Saturday and the report reveals. after eating wheat bread and First Federal)

Sunday, Jan. 18 and 19. Governor Farris Bryant has issued These figures pose'as a good barometer of the indus- La. yams, you can celebrate Nat The cent furvey of all farms showed have that 33
the citizens of Florida"to lonal Kraut and Frankfurter per more gives you a few daysof
a proclamation calling on trial
( and commercial complexion exhibited here in the Week starting Jan, 30. than one dog; 21 per cent, two

observe this week with appropriate ceremonies, mus- Sunshine State in the past few years and extend promisesof Franklin D. Roosevelt's' birth. dogs; (fl I per cent, three; 4 per "free" dividendsHere's

ical programs featuring Stephen Foster compositions, and expanding economic horizons in the years ahead. day anniversary is also on the cent four, and 2 per cent more

pilgrimages to the shrine of this beloved composer." Planned development underway here in the impacted 30th-he was born In 1882. And than four Also learned from a little stimulant to induce you to get your

Caleb J. King, Sr, editor-emeritus of the Florida Cape Kennedy area assures North Brevard, and our to wind it all up, Jan. 31 opens the study: 64 per cent of farm savings to First Federal QUICKLY. On any amount
Weekdon'tknow dogs are fed dry prepared you bring in on or before January 10, we'll
and See pay you
Take Tea
Times-Union, Jacksonville, will be the speaker on the neighboring counties, a front row seat in this healthy what "See" tastes like but full 4VV'' '; from January 1st.

program at 3.00: p. m. Sunday, January 12, with a eulogyto economic picture.Lelters. sure do like a glass of cold iced HAPPY And the 4Vi' dividends
we pay, start to earn the
Stephen Foster. A musical program, featuring Foster tea-In the middle of the summer BIRTHDAYSaturday full rate INSTANTLY You don't have to wait a yearto

numbers, includes the Tallahassee Ensemble playing a To The EditorA be entitled to the 4y%,.

medley of 18 Foster compositions;, Rebecca Jenkins, Or- January 11
of hope and faith for the futurein This is the highest dividend paid under any con-
lando of the 1962 "Jeanie"
winner auditions singing two
this tragic event. From the Wilson Sanders ditions in North Brevard County.
Foster favorites; and the Amigo Male Singers of Lake Friend To Mart forts and to the Florida economy depths of our hearts we thank Hubert Syfiett

City presenting four Spirituals.The Editor: them all. Mrs. VVm. S. Doughty savings It is
Now the Board of Control has
Our Great Father of the Unl Mrs. W.
J. Graves H. Gibbons
Mr.\ and Mrs. B
for the Foster Week observ-
programs verse has again stopped the clock narrowed the sites for the now Connie Lou
ance at 3 p. m. on Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 18-19, will of time on the life of one of our university down to three one and lamily19.5t.ly.3 Cowart Savings here are definitely insured up to $10,000

bring back to the Memorial the popular St. Petersburg oldest and best loved citizens and 15 or 20 miles south of Orlandoand >> Sunday, January 12 ($30,000 for a husband and wife) by FSLIC a per-
manent of the U. S.
Male Chorus. This 40-voice has been featured for ended the earthly life of Doudo two 15 or 20 miles north of agency Government. (Nobody has
group Orlando Think Wri\[ Alex Powers ever lost a penny on savings so insured.)
)1'rltchard, a devoted husband
three previous years during Foster Week. Editor: Billie Bernice Vinson
and( father and a true and trust- I know Orlando is the fercatcstcenter Industrial You can borrow instantly here on your savings if
Special carillon concerts will be held four times ; On behalf of the Florida Worth
ed friend of a lifetime. of population but I don'tthing the OverackerMrs you ever need extra cash so you can thus "eat
and your
[ Commission
daily during the observance using the 97-bcll carillon in To me, rtoucle was more than ( Orlando alone can suppott[ Industrial Safety Advisory E: B. Daniel cake and have it too.""

the 200-foot Foster Tower, the largest set of tubular bells a friend, for lots of times I wentto such a university. Why can't Florida Edwin Poppell
Committee, I want to ex At First Federal
we give you a lot of "extras" in
in the world. him for a father's advice and the university be put in a location and Mary Pumphrey
thanks to addition dividends
our you to : instant
that is at least within daily press Mn Ann Aue service, drive-up
Music lovers from throughout Florida and South his answers were always to the communting distance from the' your newspaper for the help Ronald David Hornbeck window and walkup window, free parking, safety de- -
point and correct.To .
Georgia, as well as many winter visitors, are expectedto proven Cape workers area along the given us through the 19 Safetye Karen Lee Crouse posit boxes, travelers checks, school savings program
his family I can only offer and
gather once again on the banks of the Suwannee and heartfelt cast coast it could still 3 campaign. James Seandrett I Christmas Club. Loan department, Main Street,
my deepest sympathy Safety open to 5 daily.
We believe that 19-
pay tribute to the composer whose melodies are often and I hope, If and when the family within commuting distance of I contributed most significantly to Monday, January 13
called "the voice of America"Educational old Orlando also
ever decides to sell the the reduction of disabling In-
home, the city will find some way Many people work at tie Capewho Junes to our workers in Florida Duce Singleton:
to buy the old landmark and would like to get: initial 01 period Charles David Anderson '.
The current reporting
make it into some kind of memo more technical training I would 19,000 Lois Ann Raulerson 1 / *
l TVThe shows that there were
ory to one of the !greatest: families like to get a second degree in m I'-) Bob Johnson No {
fewer reported injuries
I bave ever known. This also engineering Many can only afford for the Mrs. B W. Wing{ For This ;
than comparable
Includes the father and mother to send their children to Mary Jo Futch
completion, later this year, of Channel 21' Educa- period in 1062 in spite of
and sisters of my friend, Buude, college If they're in commuting Dick Flood
Florida'swoik Higher
tional Television station, will give Florida the most complete because I was fortunate enoughto distance. a 28,000 increase in Linda S.nithTltusvillt Year's V U

ETV coverage enjoyed by any state. know them all and call them Surely the Cape) area, work, The force.International Association J 4 Rater 11

The existing stations two in the Miami personal friends. national
area, one effort and similar factors of Accident Boards and Commissions (Florida) Star Adv cat. Wait
in the Tampa-St. Petersburg area, one each at Jacksonville Boude Pritchard was truly a which justified thi new adopted the Florida

Gainesville and man who could say: Let me university should receive vastly 4 international
Tallahassee have accounted for program as an aH.ln.hal. IRIMI j
stand by the side of the road and
more consideration than it'" I
strides for the new year
great in this media in the Sunshine State. safety project
ETV has be a friend to man. getting. and. of course, our State will Publl.ued Monday. i
unquestionably proved its merit in many Thomas C. I'oppvll Randolph S Nuniully in the 19-Safety-4 \WailnexUyi. Friday.

educational fields and is being utilized at various levels. Manager Launch Complexes campaign participate under the guidance of lljr riluavlll.,*]oe Btu.Advocat. I
At .
Closed Tb l r-Advoc t
now bring operations being performed University Sit.Editor's Cape Kennedy our advisory committee composed n"lIdlDIlS5
into medical class City Councilman, Titusville from Main Ill....'
rooms; courtroom proceedings and ( note; The followingis of representatives iitu.viiu.' na.ItJOIKI .

trials into law classes; etc, which are proving invalu- a copy we received of a let management, labor, government :N- .

able as on-the-scene experience in actual fields of en- ter sent to Governor Bryant Thanks Te All and insurance. This program .Uo..1 I'IIIs. ..I'.IIIIo.hd.I.U..... .h..I..lo... Jftt t JfeberalAnd )
which is self explanatory) Editor will be kicked off at the
deavor. These :
are of the type that broadens the students'
Honorable Farris Third Annual Florida Industrial Henry II Hudson, tnm.
: We would like to
thank the Titusville
knowledge Mri }laser l H. Hudson V-P.
through watching and observing actual application the last State legislative \ Fire Department the police Safety Conference to be held! Robert H Hudion. a.cyitna

of the subject matter at hand. session the key area leaders In department and Smith's ambulance February 9, 10, and 11 at the .eeond.
This addition of Channel 24 ETV to serve the 10- the missile and space effort, in service for their promptand George Washington Hotel in vIII.. ."Iorl
county central East Florida area, including Brevard will eluding Dr. Debus and Central efficient response> to our call Jacksonville. Henry H. Iluilinn. Publisher Loan Association of Titusville
Rolwt 11 JImlion tailor:
Davis went before that Your continued cooperation
' provide students and others with a varied-interest body for help on December 27, tt tho David Dunn. Advertl.lnf Her
pro- and pleaded for higher education Arthur Dunn Airpark, and alsoto will be appreciated as all of us William, O Ly rljr, Circulation Mgr.
Downtown Office Main
and thereby fullfill! Washington at *
need for
a educational
gram growth facilities In the DO
Florida east the Sheriff Posse who gave combine our efforts to ufcixrlptlon Rat.
the Indian River Branch 145 N. Coquina AT*. *
throughout area. central Your
area. They pointed out their time and effort to help us MORE IN SAFETY lIy Curl.r In North BrevardTr. "
This Is another of the many milestones of higher that many workers at the Cape clean up our hanger. help is invaluable in making 1 aUt s 11I0. UOO a Ma. 57,06By 9 TO 3 DAILY ALSO 4 TO 7 FRIDAY

education being so ably met in this fast-growing section wanted to attain more educationand We also want to express our Florida a safer place to live, Mill III f'lurldar DIAL AM 7-111 PLENTY FREE PARKING
training and that this wouldbe gratitude to friends and work, and play.Worley Tr '.,60) e Mo 13.50 a MG. $7.00Outad.
our '
t of the state and holds out much promise to those desirous Current Dividend Rate -
of !great: benefit to the gov!( "ern' neighbors who came or called to Brown "orlda. (C)1944) Compounded-AnnuallJ. ", I
of broadening their intellectual scope. ment, the missile and cf y- I1.M Ma 1400 a Ma 2.1101
space offer their aid and for their words Chairman .


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Friday, January 10, 1964 Ttfu.wllU! <( ] .n 11(511.tIgellrly. .. 1I. H>HHHevtKii I.. Hul ,llvl.lon, n.., Addition, ...tttr\ Defendant, being' rn.n. "r"
; Itlt \ M r\ric: or according to map or pUt thereof No Z74ln' You are hereby r,5iirad, '
Ann L.iiulir frank and informative -. I ....HIII'. l> t II IX: r.KtMl rouorltid In flat Book 14. Page ti> file your nawer with th" "J.k 1
STAR ADVOCATE'SCrossword .. turn H. Fublla Km.ord, of Urvrd of Ml I (hurt nod to arm,. a i py
MISTER BREGER new hook Tetn ,Vgorj and Tilt: KrAVFNel: : HANK KUt NAY County/', .'lorlUDONK thereof on John Minot r>f the firm
,., ., INU IN Tllr: CITY uP NEW: AND ORDERED!' / at TltUIrirrltl 'If .
secs Ian. a Sex" ($:! 951. Is now available at IIhpull Nhrpard. Mil"! Ptlf I
r.N LC.I// Puzzle XltK:. a New Turk iuriarallonIMitlnlKt| idle.. U..rd County, Staler o Drawer :il I: 1'u. 08 rlnlIda 1 ,, ,
f! [ your book store *. thin JO day uf December, for Phalnllft.I n.. Ia1r th w I-' I ,,
Ann Landtra will be glad to ". 1OTJ! any S. taoS\ If roc\ fall Ln ,d I" lilT II HltAlDb.. et al. Court( Heal l.IICl'RTht docrta pro cuur..... will I hI' entered
I help you with jour problems Defendant. 11 BARNES aailnat, you "looted I tbla Jl-t ,\alii'/
ACROSS 3. Narrow U. Fabu. Send them to her In care of this :Mllll Or l lir Clerk of the Circuit Court l>..m>mbar. 1,1kCI'ltT':9' It
o TIDE: STATE Of rLDKIDA llrrtln Hall 1> Clioms .
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1. Shove intI lour
way ;1 new p3pc\\', enclosing a damped 10:: I1IU H 1. Krause : WIUIIT UL'RroilD .. Ilnrtlt- Hull' I),iiuty CIrk 1 11"\\IH
5. Price a mine bird' >\ self.addressed t whu.e re.ldrnce I. unknown American National Dank Bill. cur COURT HI..UI:
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President yam .- Ia... been filed In the above In.llcate' .I HI rlrnburi :33. Florida' _. _
__ ar 10.Regulations 5. Stuff. 25. French "T. # --- Court agalim' you and .,.In.1 Allorni-vi for Ulntlft --- -
t, y Ralph Chnulnard and,I Irta t'houlnml Jan 3. tl). 17 :it ( FrIM4\ '
12. Close to: 6.1'0Ile.slcoin I ",& .. ... I J f you have real estateto hi* wife. the title of which coal ----- -- ) F rtl slut In 11111111. NrNollcr
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m linn
11. Ascended T. Astringent dearer 1- C rU. You are hereby required to file MONO I' :TThRY.: rnlilrnw en ) n. kot ,
Slunk will be 1",1'I Iif I'
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,"\ N 0} r' In the abov, pi reeding with a mil hit born flied lolnit youth 10 .
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being a serf con. UHTuealay \||| I i I
( LI the clerk of tlila 'UUrl and I to nerve Circuit Court of llr.v.rd.' Count. ,
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letter 9. Dance step 29. 16thU. whunr name and .dlr... natural
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    CompllSt I
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    a m"rl.a. Court Ninth Judicial Llrcu I lIam II ('I"nll.Vie. 1 .
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    23.The Orient invalids 3I.IndllLl\'s (!. Blund ra 10 wit: In the case li Wanila ray Mul \/oI"n., \\i-l frlHEyLETSSEE I IJII.I.!

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    husband work he often has to like a lady. At present my Dear Ann Landers: paw approach was strictly a custom tti Oal ill ,

    make evening calls: I never Numcro Uno is a college fresh You were wrong when you told of our Canadian neighbors to '

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    t-B TltvsvllU (Florid) Sht Advou' Friday. January 10, 1144I
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    I Don't Store Left-Overs. Sell 'Em With Classified Ad I II


    For RentAPARTMENTS GLAMOR GIRLS Help Wanted Help WantedMALE Mobile Homes Mobile Homes

    I 2 BEDROOM centrally located.,electrically Adults equipped only., II llldiI1dLT4 "I I WAITRESS WANTED $90, 43 HOUR, Men 21-43. Pass out HENSLEE. 8 x29, S9. Excellent nn> ( man TOWN

    Publication-For S pm.Wed.Car* Fri.Before- C 257-6781 or 2672901. : > I 'WAITRESS, EXPERIENCED I II f free gifts, take orders. Car and condition. Can be seen at Dixie ez: ti. ftII
    11 A.M. Sal. For Mon. Publication iL i t not please do not apply. No phone phone needed. Protected terri- Trailer Park Call 267.5606. Maoist
    2 BEDROOM unfurnished apart I Illi calls, apply in person. 422 I IHU
    ment. Phone 2672533. !, : Washington Ave. Tltusville\ Flor Beach. 252 5284, 7.9 only or write : ...-

    WANT t cents AD per RATES word I FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS close l,I jlll'jlll'Illi ida tory. Call Mr. Silver at DaytonaBox Mobile Home Owners Ixaapll., .. w ....
    Minimum Chare; 84o) BF.
    ... ....
    ... In, efficiencier. weekly, monthly MIDDLE AGED woman to work e
    conditioned. ... ... ? ... fleeeeIM
    rates, air 417 'ulla concession Crown Drive In .l -
    ALL CLASSIFIED AD9PAYABLE Street I I Theatre. Lost LIVE RENT ga..e ..... -- dwI
    IN ADVANCE -- ...... C Mtaea.g ....
    Excrpt EaiablliheJ Account APARTMENTS AND trailert. LADIES. Millions are viewing LADY'S BROWN alligator billfold. ...-... Veal 0 fMM
    Weekly, monthly rates. Adults IIII "Avon Calling" en TV. Show FREEInvest .te awM -
    i-lmtlfied Dliplay Rate Available only. 504 Garden. rod van' will evil'! We'll train you Reward.. Tennessee identifications. I al.. .enaM O ..*
    on Request 267-7466.
    The etsr-Advocats r....".. the to earn the amount of money 1..$" a UtI M. SMmti .*rContinued .
    jrtvlleft of revielog or rejectingany you need Call now 254.7840 after 13 INCH male Beagle, vicinity of $20 down payment and fS"' ,... UNa8
    atlvertlument wblch It denma I P M or write Avon Call pay only $$20 monthly and you ,oust a ewe
    2-BEDROOM air-conditioned, all Manager Whispering Hills. 267.2106.
    objectionable and to change the will buy and
    LlaMlflcatlon. of any advrrtliement elee, kitchen, car port utilities Illlil I P O Bix 1408 Eau Gallie. I extra Urge full possess acre trailer your own lot.
    from hat ordered to conform to with washer connection. Avail : \41e Mobile Homes -
    Become landlord.Don't on Next Page
    the. polity of thl piper. MUST HAVE reliable woman or your own
    The atar-Advocate will not berenponnlble able. 2676901. } tear rent receipts each
    IA1IYIl) 'b LPN who is capable of handling
    for more than one Incorrect I month. More tkan 150 happy
    Innerllon nor will It be HOUSES FOR RENT \ children ages 6 mos. to 6 years. families
    now reside in
    our Beau
    (liable for In advertlM For modern at River
    any error -- -- \ nursery
    menu to a greater eitent than I UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom, 1 \ r014F.ry Lares Apply in person, 9.5. MOONLANDMobile tiful Trailer Community. Only a BUILDERSWANTED
    t the cOil of the few lots left. Visit and S
    space occupied by bath. Whispering Hills. $135 permonth. Shirley Moir. I us see
    tae Item In I the advertisement. Call 2676857. for yourself the finest Mobile '
    WOMAN: : FOR loan departmentof I Home Sales Home Park in all Florida.

    Cosines Office SS Main Street LARGE UNFURNISHED 3 bed. First Federal, preferably with i
    Dial AM T-O3U1 room, 2 bath, $135 a month. experience as legal secretaryand U.S. 1 North of Overpass I CHRISTMAS PARK "FOREST HILLSESTATES"
    Office Houn I:00 to B:30 Route 50 Christmas, Florida
    Phone 267-2829. closing of loans Apply Earl
    _.--- -- > '''S,04ico.I.,I"to ,,4elh.. .._""- Jones 2671911. I TitusvilleSTAR I Direction Phone Orlando 275-1727
    3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, $115 monthly. 12 miles west of
    Animals 229 Parker, Indian River Heights. "Please, Melvin! How do you think this is going to WOMVN FOR cleaning and ironIng MOBILE home 20 x :36, 61 U.S. No.1 & Titusville ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT
    look In ( on Fridays. Own transportaton. on Highway 50. $3000( Per Lot!
    POODLE CLIPPING and groom. FURNISHED 2 bedroom home. my diary?!I" I Call 267.5815 after 6 p.m. months old pay equity, take up
    Ing. Call 267.3102 for appointment Furnished rooms with kitchen I payments. 267.7367. I CHAS. JANNARONE
    for retired couple or men. Q. L. BEAUTICIAN WANTED Ray.mond's Titusville Shopping Center
    For Sale For Sale '59 WIIITLEY, 38 x 8, 1 bedroom ADDING MACHINE ROLLS, onlj
    Broyles, 11 miles north of Titus. Beauty Lounge, Indian AM[ 7-3441:
    Boats Sale ville. geottsmoor. !River City Phone 2673186. trailer. Very good condition. I :5c each at the Star-Advocate

    SORRY SAL Is now a merry gal. YOUTH BED, spring and mattress Priced to sell 2676952. ---
    I II' ,
    BEAT RENT! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, She used Blue Lustre rug and $10. 267.1329 W.-\NTED-CURB glr) at t Fransen's
    25 X 6 WORK: boat, 3 years old, Indian River City, 2677678. .
    upholstery cleaner. Rent electric --- -- Drive In on U. S. 1. No phone '
    Chevy- motor, $300 will
    trade for what have you.or Phone OFFICES fOR RENT shampooer $t 1. O'Flanajan I HORSE SADDLES, 1 western type, calls please. This StandsFor Whispering Lakes I. R. C.
    Furniture, 307 S. Washington. I'
    2542912 or write Box WW, Star. office r $45. 1 English style, $33 267-
    Advocate SMALL 2105 after 5.REPOSSESSEII.
    CLARINET: BUNDY, used. Excellent
    shop, $50, See on Hwy 50 near QualityThis
    16-FT. MARIE plywood runabout U.S. 1 or call 267-0928 2677554.condition. Reasonable. Phone I SPINET piano due SECURITY GUARD 3055. See 1. New 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath 2 Story -
    with 25 hp. Kermath Sea Cub, -- -- to transfer. Perfect condition. Bensted at Palm Harbor Mobile Family Room Kitchen Combination -
    4 cylinder marine engine, all In SIDE OFFICE. 25 x 20. Reason- GIBSON GUITAR, dual pickups, Take up( small monthly pay.
    able. 2670167. rnentg. Park, U.S. 1, 5 miles south of al Formal Dining Room Screened Patio
    excellent condition. New Tee NO
    dual speaker-amplifier. $300. Tltusville. Lot 32
    --- and Central Air Heat Oversize
    Nee heavy duty trailer. $700.00 KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Single
    ROOMS FOR RENT Call T-6 pm. 2679841
    cash, complete. Ambrose, 543 : __ : 2126 W. Tropic 2676385 ROUTE SALESMAN, apply after 2p.m Garage 2 Blocks to New Elementary

    _PolarisAve_ :.,_I.RC_ 2677913. _... ROOMS, TV and maid service. RCA CONSOLE TV excellent condition Foremost Dairies, Norwood School 3 Blocks to Indian River Plaza
    I 527 Washington Ave. $75. See Patterson "D"St :TABLE LAMPS dinette set with Avenue.
    Building & Const. ---- ., 3rd road from river. Titus- 4 (chairs bookcase, couch coffee -- i Shopping. $750.00 Down Payment No
    BEDROOM, private home, closein vine Trailer Court. table and 2 end tables. 2677827. ROUTE enS1La'm Qualifying Move in Today.
    i CONSTRUCTION only. .------- -- Foremost ES
    NJDY resldent- gentlemen 267-1630 r4WNITEDSIt
    1960 WILLYS JEEP, station
    -- ---- wag. FURNITURE
    labs, commercial and} remodeling ONE: BEDROOM, for one or two on, 4 wheel drive, A-l condition, I BRAND NEW overstocked. Must ,Dairy, Norwood Avenue. 2. New 4 Bedroom, 1 Story 2 Bath -
    12 years In Titusville. Licensedand persons, kitchen privileges. 267- $1150. 2671769. YOUNG MAN with sales expert- Florida Room Family Style Kitchen-
    bonded. Phone AM 72326. sell 7 piece living room sUites. This is the official Seal of
    7378. SMITH.CORONA: large. carriageand $119.77 3 complete rooms, $248.50, enee to manage fruit shippingand Eating Bar Dishwasher Central
    Business Opportunity APARTMENT: FOR four workingmen. stand. One leatherette chair; no money down, easy terms. Call curio shop. Phone 267.0413 the National Association Heat and Air Conditioning. Corner Location j
    602 Tropic. one large bassinette on wheel; 2875735 Open. Sunday, 106 for appointml'nt.SUPER Home Builders. Only mem- Close to School and Shopping.f
    ESTABLISHED PROFITABLE business Kenmore grill. Make offer. AM - - ------ bers of the National Asso Price $20,500.00 With $1,000.00 Down. .
    I of
    ROOM AND BOARD, 25 minutesto FURNITURE 3 rooms fine
    for man or man and wife. 75720.
    ciation and local associations
    Cape. Phone 2674108. furniture 8 piece bedroom suite.
    Phone 267-9826.:!
    FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR" 7 piece dinette all only $13,85 MARKET are allowed to displaythis 3. 4 New 3 Bedroom Homes Just
    -Child SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies month, Decor Furniture, 206 Complet.
    Care 25 foot of copper pipe for $2. per rJ seal: ed Each Has 2 Baths and Central Heat
    for rent 801 Orange St. 267- Magnesium metal extension lad. N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River Managers & Assistantsi -
    3400 City. Phone 267-7813. and Air Price
    WILL CARE for .children and do der 24 foot. It cost $61.95, wills Immediate Alexander Construction Conditioning. $15,950.00VA
    Ironing In my home. Day or REASONABLE RATES day, 1I for $38. Hideaway bed that Company No Down Payment F. H. A., 600.
    night 2674118. week or month. Telephone 267- converts to sofa with slip cover For Sale or Rent I Down.
    0413. $60. 2673369 in Cocoa-Tituavllle area. Good Broyhill Development
    CHILD: : CARE by hour day or --- 3
    50: bedroom Great Lakes trailer. opportunity for those with am-
    week Indian. River Heights. NEWLY FURNISHED, air eon. DUE TO DIVORCE, we have a 64 267-1961. i _, Childre Homes Inc. 4. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Florida Room Heat I
    AM"7-5706. ditionlng, TV, Maid service. $25 model Swing Needle Dial.0-Mat- ttUpn and seeking to hotter self. i and Air $15,500.00-$550.0( Down, F.II.A
    weekly. 2321 S, Washington or Ie, Like New. Makes fancy stitches 3 BEDROOM house, .Separate din. 11 not fully qualified and able to Cowart & Carter, Inc.
    For Rent call *7.S407, makes buttonholes, sews ing room, family room and patio, pats rigid screening do not
    on buttons, monograms, embroiders Vi acre lot. 18.10: S. Smith Drive. benefits I Cozart Const. Company 5. 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath Florida) Room.
    apply Employee good
    FOR RENT- $30 MONTH LOW rates, clean rooms. for workmen ; etc Assume Remaining 5 Phone 267-6921. Fisher Construction Co. Heat and Air Close to Schools and
    salary, secure future for the
    103. 267 6185 or 267-
    Payments of 750. Ph. AM 7-
    Shppping.> Reduced to $16,590.00( $650.00 .-
    4h Repair Shop-Officeor 3992. 5530. Help Wanted right$ men. Futch Construction Co. i Down.
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    or Storage Spaceat STORE SPACI FOR RENT 3 CUSTOMERS' SOFAS, newly Apply In person to Mr.( Martin John Beach
    WANTED, SEMI retired couple to
    2470 ft. Ideal for hardware reupholstered $40 and $50. small motel. Big "B" Food Store 750 S.
    810 Ave. STOnE sq. manage Apply Box
    Air conditioning and heat,, Greer McMorris, S43 U. S. 1, OB, Star Advocate, state fuU I 'Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando Louis & Brown, Inc.
    Call or write: J. J. Rosen, On Garden of R.C., AM( 7-1399. Jan. 11th 8:30 to 12:00 I
    St. Plenty parking __ ___ particulars. Sit : a.m : Northwood Builders, Inc.
    220 71 St., Miami Beach 806-0272 AM T-2326. EASY COMBINATION washer- Penziner Bros.

    ARTICLE FOR RENT dryer, 2 motors, excellent con I
    STORE SPACE 20 by 60 ft. In Magnolia
    FOR Robert Evans
    Plata. $125 month. Rent dition. $150. Telephone 267.3219

    FOR RENT or lease. AM 7-1928. after 8.30: p.m. THE ULTIMATE? Ronald Moretto

    ZENITH RADIO. $20. 267-1367.: Tiffany Builders, Inc. M. Barley Jr.
    Floor- Sanders, Polishers For Sale DESIRABLE 4 BEDROOM, 2 George Inc.
    Phone AM 7-3255 KENMORE\( AUTOMATIC washer, bath home only 1 block from TIM* Justice Homes, Inc

    FACTORY ISTMAS \ -A-WAY 12 Ib capacity. First $30 take it. the Indian River In one of the James Trimble HEAL ESTATE
    PAINT OUTLET Never picked up. Brand new 64 See at 1039 Alford St. Lakeview most sought after locations in i
    Baldwin Shopping Center' Model Console Stereo. 4 speak Hills. Titusville. Situated on a large e William Everman

    era Full stereo $229.:! regular 100' x 120' completely landscaped Wingate Homes 342 S. Washington Titusville 267.3622
    price, Pay only) $199. Appliance GUITARS, ukuleles, band instr l lot.t this 1 all brick home leaves I
    Dept., W. T Grant Co., PirtUtPlata. ments. little to want. Has extra
    LESSONS on all Instruments. large, all electric kitchen with I -- -
    WaterfrontDUPLEX KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC oodles of cabinet space For tD
    2126 W. Tropic 2S7-63U mal dining room, plus living
    100 ft. Riverfront_ $25.0Q CASH REWARD room and family room make "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"g
    CBS in excellent condition, HALLICRAFTERS SHORT wave this the ideal place to rasie a h
    39000. for the trreit appr.h.uloft a.d radios. George's Electronics, family. Has large completely

    WATERFRONT HOME Modern conviction S055 who stole of lb.from.person the or frost per. your authorized distributor. 1412 finished 2 car o iarage uhI
    2 bedroom, carports', built. yatlo of horn the nlttit of3onuary Hopkins[ Ave., 267-4831 plus 1 a laundry room enJ extrastorage ZU
    a'-'l.: ledl. On Yellow -- air
    in oven and range Move in room. Completely COn wa
    (1101. Lounfd Use QI-MH ellaleeLoun.o and /
    with 2000. down. conditioned heated. Very j leQ
    : one arm-dd. tabl with n
    200 FT. U. S. No. 1 To River Iros .upportu and amethyst .Ia. I g lwe realistically piiccd at $28.500 3 aft a'
    Bellwood Area. Good hWi lop; from the front entrance one and there i if a mortgage on the rL ..
    land, finest riverfront avail. Cracn the back folding yard lawn el-ever chair y ; large from I property Call us today for an I "d 7lc.
    able. Priced within market whit AiaUa Bush full of bud. L. COODIN appointment see

    value. Ph. AM 7-73M .,. 441 South t Telephone
    Mrs. Sophia Scott 6.k AL A t nh
    180 FT. U. S. 1 to River Excellent '
    Marina location or apartment 1534 Tltu.vllle Riverside Drive FOR:.CUSHIONED: I I.COMFORT 1 1 :. Washington J AM 7.2011

    site. $24,900. Terms TEL!: : AM72463.FURNITURE:

    & 80 ACRES on Indian River ltJtREALTORS FSDEL1TY I
    fj Over 1 mile River frontage. ; I "
    $600 per acre. Real EstateInvestments 1 1. If you are considering a home in the

    300 FT. U. S. No 1 Frontagewith i I North Brevard area, call one of our ri
    Riparian Rights-Apartment i7AY OR'NJQKT" trained, experienced sales staff to con 1 Ml .4.

    a or Motel site. In City k. duct a tour for your family over the i

    Limits. $37,500. 3 rooms of fine furniture I entire area. We have new and older
    600 Ft. U. S. No. 1 with Riparian DUPLEX Modern 132 ft. 412 Haiti -Titusulle Fla. homes in nearly section with al
    3 piece bedroom suit 7 every
    Rights South of Cocoa "
    Frontage Magnolia Ave
    on -
    Good buy at $66 per front foot. piece living room group and 29% down handles. Phone 267.5000 price and terms to fit almost any bud $

    5 piece dinette All for MOTEL Modern 8 unit and -

    ARROWREALTY Only living quarters centrally located 2. Four new homes in one of North Bre-

    onlY $19,000 down. SEE vard's leading communities. All have

    $13aSPer FISH CAMP Titusville Area- OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE J. Paul Conway 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat with R. C. Wlnste.d Jr.

    Modern 2 bedroom horn President air optional. Priced from $15,900.00 vlc..Preeldent
    Mo. boats -Lake and Road Front. to $16,500( with only $695.00 down pay.
    DECORFURNITURE age Full price 39000.: HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing ment.

    AM 7-7037 TRAILER PARK Excellent
    311 North Dixie Highway Location Good Investment : v 3. Near Catholic Church Three bedrooms

    (On U. S. No. 1)) Indian Hirer City at $113,300.29"i down handles. y with Florida Room. Wood

    Indian River City Phone 287-7613 RESTAURANT-Complete business tr 1 Floors. New FHA loan requiring
    LAnGE 75' 110' LARGE POOL
    and goodwill x $"SO.O() down
    Don R. Mancini Broker Equipment v payment.
    206 N. Magnolia AT*. Seats 50 Take over I
    for $3,500. total. I LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD 4. Two 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick homes J

    -- -- CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES, Eta !in nice community with paved streets

    and sidewalks. Minimum down pay

    :Local & Long Distance Movers ARROWREALTY aWMy hours.ment $700.00. Occupancy within 24 .w

    $95 $30 MONTHLY
    : Packing 5. Listings wanted on property suitable
    Moving i. "top' Bivlngs for apartments. Art Roeder
    Rtild.alUI 8il.. gaie.mut
    : Storage Shipping TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusvl1le go north oa
    AM 7-7037 U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue nOJth on U.S. 1 for one more

    ( FREE ESTIMATES 207-3341 311 North Dixie Highway I mile to our entrance on rigf1t. For free information ?yan-Conwa'j & ?WmteaJ !Jnc.

    LOCAL AGENT (On U. S. No. 1)) call 267-5586.



    ; PUBLIC WEIGH SCALEI Don R. Mancini Broker ; AH T-20U Oaf, Night or BoUda"Para



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    -Continued from Prtctdlng, Pag. Mobile Homes Real Estate Real Estate Real EstateLOTS 1 I Services T Used Cars & Trucks Wanted To Buy

    Mobile Homes ,

    TRAILERS! FOR SAL 2019 N. U.S. No. 1, Titlllvllleoi ,: i 1'82 CHEVY, Super Sport, auto Bank Mock Write Box lID, Star
    6 MILES west of Mimi, $275. Call I RlVERFflO.N7BEAUTo Larjf Suburban Propane Gas Service: matic transmission V8, Shar
    GARDENDALE, 3 bedroom, :3 i Advocate. ..I(
    777$. 1 ACRE LOT in Mime, 1.2500. 100 I. I
    : rustic 2 bedroom ,hone private I 287.6411. Jnd clean Go for $:!O95. Will eel _
    bath available central heat. and air, boat slip, 75 x 2tiO! foot lot beautiful 200 foot lot in Minis $1650. 1 acn e II _ _ _. I or trade, 2673773. USED \OnILEscii1[ : Auto
    GRAND OPENING NOTICENOTICE January 31. Best offer. trees excellent location. An lot in Whispering Hill area i, NfDY CO\-STIU'CTlON: CO. Concrete -------. Parts AM: 7.36111!.

    --.. 2670477S excellent buy at $20,000.:! Sydney $3500. One 75 ]x I 100 lot India I n ? work masonry, roofing. '61 JAGUAR, M 9 sedan. full pow. --'-'-- -
    BEDROOM m bath. $.100 down, Srhwartt. Realtor. 1141 S. Hop River City, $uo Callessnei' r I carpentry and 1 remodeling I, cr, automatic, all-conditioned, OLD COINS: WANTED
    I hereby wish to give notice! New 3 bedroom kins Ave. AM 76100. Realty 267-7125 i Phone AM 72326. cost t $8000. price $2795. Wan i BUYING: AND selling coins since
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    ::115ba'i.nt fo'rld room central:: --- trade for late wagon or pick up 1940 assures you of a square dealat
    that I will SINGER ,
    be SEWING
    SKYLINE responsible for heat. Will trade. Call Wessner, 3 REDROONI 2 bath central heat :, Machine Co., Lot 37. Mobile Manes I all times We carry a complete
    DEALER any bills incurred by persons Realty. 2677125.LAKEFRONT and air conditioned t Reasonable Scrap Iron & Metals sales and service. Pinking. shears i,'i'r: \: Park Saturday AM only stock of coin supplies reducedprices

    other than myself. down payment and assume FHA etc. sharpened. 1'bona AM 7- -.- You will be slt\s\ all
    50 x 10 2 Br. $3,883 Herbert J. Kelly : ALL season. home. loan. ?())5 Keats Avenue. Indian I 2244 '62 OLDS 80, four door hard top. ways when you !buy or sell at
    130: foot Lake liar. River Heights! Phone 267-55B5. I Like new, consider' trade for
    frontage on KING IRON & METALS Philip and Dorothy Boyle
    A size & price for every pocketbook Jan. 8, 10, 13 (Mon. Wed. Fri.) 64 ney near Route 46. Available. .:.... Used Cars & Trucks older car. 267.7894. 10J3 Kldgewood Ave.
    LAN: FOR SAil _ _
    Honest values Honest now. Call Geneva,. 3493191. Buying Iron, Steel Metal:5 11--- -- -- n Holly Hill Florida on Rt. No. a.
    ----0 -- M VOLKSWACJON: triick, Sae 57 VOLKSWAGOtf. engine went .
    Personal > CL3 \
    service. 2794 :Member H 11. C. C,
    OWNER WILL sell 2 bedroom,,, NEAR I.AKEHARNEY, Rt. .8, Cocoa, Florida I rifico for best offer 2ti7.66U8.) i' ly overhauled average retail -- ---
    A square deal! at all times double farage, utility room. 2f>7- lots loo\300 $1000( ) up, 5 acres, 'I 725. asking $695: 2675423 after(
    HONEY with all the secretarial Work Wanted
    2470. rich soil, cleared 3000. Horses, 4 Miles South On U.S. No. 1 1- 0PM
    Long Term Bank Financing positions now open and with those trailers, O.K. Geneva 3494711. 1I ''I, ______ -- -
    that will be opening everyday FURNISHED, 2 bedroom, Ivlng -- I I 'S? CIinvT, Impala convertible, DAY WORK or regular. S days a

    Free Delivery & SetupMARTIN'S from now on, why don't you enroll room separate dining room, APARTMENT: SITE: US feet on Sell or trade. $1195. 2738 Pine week. 267-17G .
    at Howell's Business Collegefor family room, utility room large Garden Street and street front. Services : q1tChevrolet _Ridge Drive. -- -- --- -
    MOBILE complete secretarial training yard, back fence, citrus tree, age on two other sides City INTF.RESTF.I: : ) .N: contract to

    HOME SALES ? I did. Their new term begins central heat, fireplace Immediate water It sewen. Zoned for apart- THE BEST BUY In town. m clean homes 267-7070

    1224! N U,S. 1 N of Overpass January 6, 1964 and I am possession._ 267.5470._ ments. Priced I to sell at $14,000.: !INCOME TAX? 2673516.----- ,, model F-100 with custom cab and lv vise;:--IKI 1 ire H-.ra.-. .\N'; ,
    Titusvllle 267.3081 registered. Call 267-1161. Sydney Schwartz, Realtor. 1141S. air foam seats. $1395 Call 207 boil 'IHt.\ Stilt (Ul\: \'. H.OK.
    2 BEDROOM house, dining roomand Hopkins Ave. AM T-6100. SEWING MACHINE 3783 between 6.8 P.M. lilt I
    garaje. Downtown Washington IN < HIM'MM.I : C
    Plumbing Supply Avenue. Suitable t for small LOTS FOR JALIrolt'r Repairs '61 VOLKSWAGONT good shape. ,.K: Ml, n..." I

    TRAILERS FOR RENT business and home combination I Singer 4> Nocchl I new battery $1195. 2670289 or ,Tilt,iorinrutliin| ,IIKO.NX: urgnnlii.l vIsas' uml RANK".xlillncunilrr : a a

    Financing available. 2672311. 85' X 135' MALABAR, lot In White Mono 267-4527 the Inwi uf Niw V.rin< ,
    ADULTS ONLY: $65 monthly Call SEPTIC TANKSof I excellent location.' ray low equity Make Guaranteed Service, : -; cll'a-I 1 I'lalntlff.
    and $15 month Call 267-C628 after Any 61 FALCON 2 door, ; low ".
    267 0475. J.re.cast concrete, steel-rein PHONE: 2673139 ; mileage S'K)5.! ):! Low down pay A liT II 1'1t'. ,'1111 III'S: uiimarrUOet ,.
    aloes 540 FIND ONE LIKE IT 'I -5pmDON'T._ _ "/ ment. 267.5377.: .al, i.
    1963. 50 x 10, 2 bedroom, $110 gal*., 630 gals., gv gals. and 1000 ItofrndanlavS4ITU .
    monthly. Phone 2674146. DRESSMAKING; ORIGINAL stylIng K Cli'> Ht II
    gal,. Grease traps installed, tanks AND I'LL BUY IT! .
    alterationsfor 37 CHEVY, 8 cylinder, 4 door excellent Tilts' HTAIH tlf KUMIIDATo
    pumped and cleaned, drain fields expertly fitted I body, new tires. 267.5877BEACHBUfiC.Y. : MKI.KNv:. ..:: ', BLLIrt. ... formi rl3rllc'lrn
    TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT elaiJ. Work guaranteed. Fittnan Titusvllle 86 x 120 beautiful PAY RENT! i men and women's. garmentsLillian I'dfrran, whoM realnvno -

    Septic Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 7. wooded Lot Paved lluclion 267 31M, In a.II..n..
    LOT 100 220 Christmas Streets, CHEVROLET 39 CHRYSLER, and taih ,
    x Park. and all unknown
    Phone Orlando. 27S.1939. Children 1421. P. O. Box 2016, Titusville Sidewalks. New 3 Bedroom, 2 TRAILER PAINTING, expert reliable and I "STINGRAY" Coupe, S4395 $65. Call 267.5619 after 5 p.m. pvnoni. narJei anil, IMifeiMl'.
    Florida. satisfying work. Estimates glad. 4 pced transmission, .nil. who claim by throufh.
    welcome. 11 miles West on Road bath home. Central heat and .
    54 CHEVY, new battery. goa<1 umlnr ur a.aln'l the atom..ai,1
    50. ENVELOPES Business Sizes -, air, Dishwasher. 14390. Liberal !.Y. AM 70776. 340 Radio III'Heater engine: I'osltractlon, tires, $150. Rt. 50, 4th house IIKLK.N: W I HULM: form.rrly .,

    Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp Terms. Will consider paid OWNERS ALL GENERAL Repairs used and west!! of Sun Valley. a ilpOUae helm, t'llgrtfn'helra d whether,vlM" .,

    TRAILER SPACES for mailing. Full stock at Star.' for house trailer in trade. Titus new auto parts, welding and I 82 CHEVROLET: MOfiT '61 FALCON, 2 door, stick radio iranl a,. a..l,n,r.., Honor,
    creditor ,
    Large lots. Reasonable rent. Advocate. ville 2672834. Robert 1\(. Evans, diesel repair Ilerndon'i Garage, Impalt-4 Door Hard- \ / Yf and heater white walls, 163 Park wi... aa to truitm-a saris! and or all other.*fwhom
    Good transportation to Cape Builder, owner. We have beautiful full acre mo Scottsmoor, Florida Carl Taylor top \'a. Powerglide, Y Lane 287-2900. rrslI'nn. I. unknown. ,

    FRIENDLY; SHORES bile home lots, sins, ICO x 440. manager. 2672683. Transmission, Power Steering, I -. -- -- .--- and each anil all unknown.

    US No 1, City Limits, Edge water. (for $20 DOWN and $$20 MONTH NORTH BREVARD AWNING: Power Drake, Radio Heater. 40) LaSALLE convertible for sale .Pomona..Ie, a., p In, rtla each.and and Drfrnd-all *twhiun

    Homes 4 Sale or trade. Excellent condition. rvalilrntii. I I. unknown.*.
    Move In now .- Trailer Living SERVICES home and trailer 62 CHEVROLET I 267-1510 after S. having or clnlmlnc I.. ha>v.,
    NEW SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2 tile at awnings, earportes, screened "CORVAIII" door $$1495 any rlfht, lltla or Interval I.
    its beit.CHRISTMAS.
    .1176-3 Bedroom 2 bath Large bath Large living room, wallto rooms, cabanas, Florida rooms, sedan PowerglUle '61 VOLKSWAGON. good shape. crlb.nl or to i th* property herein na--

    WEIR SPECIALS Family room and Carporte. wall carpets. Screened back utility I rooms, P.O. Box 928, Titusville : transmission Radio Heater new battery, $1193. 267-0289 or TOIl, ..r. hereby nctlfltd that' .a suit
    situated only one block from porch. Central air conditioningand PARK 267-C333.: No down pay 267-4327 .b.c been fII..1 arrat",1 You nOd

    3 BEDROOM:( HOME close to Indian River Newly remodeled heating. Builtm range and ment, easy finances. 62 FORD "Galsxle not AKTIIUK. TIlE" P. 1'IXIHKKN.rIfts. : ; NATIONAL.unmarried.
    town. Can be bought on low for comfortable living oven, dishwasher, disposal. $730): ) Six)", 4 door hardtop,, $$2295 '63 CHEVY Impala Super Sport, HANK or MIAMI .a national.banklna .
    down payment with monthly Quarters can be separated for down move In. AM 7-1928. 11 Miles West or India River WELLS AND PUMPS. No money V8. automatic trans. ll.ooo milts, V-8, automatic, all ; corporation, a* Defend-.
    payments of approx. $100. Total guests. Priced at only $17,. City oo Rt. 50. Christmas Florida down, 38 months. Phone AM 7. mission, Poweriteerlng Radio accessories, silver blue, 1 owner. ."1., In the above entitled cauaeiand
    1 BEDROOM 2 bath low 3245 for Cook's that
    are hereby
    only $11,900. Call us 500. new, Phone Orlando 275-1139 appointment. Heater, you r.quira.h'to
    Well Drilling Service. Sacrifice file your anawer with th. Clerk
    for apoointment to see. down payment. Nicest section In 2650. 207-6907 or 2!7-1441. nf thla Court and to .*'V" a .o4>y*.
    1161-Large 3 bedroom 2 bath Titusvllle. Forest Hills 267-3564 I I 61 CHEVROLET thereof.. upon the Plaintiff, or Plahilirfa .-
    NEW 3 BEDROOM.: 2 bath home home. Oversized living room, -- -- BlHcayne 2 door se- $$1395 attorney. wbiiM name aniladilrrai .
    kitchen and Florida room. Lot 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, carporte, on dan. PowergHdotransmission In. Xmllh Illicit: and Huhwalbe -
    ready to move into. Close to .
    B1J Ilarnett National Hank
    fronts 130 ft. Route No. 43. a large lot. 267 0316. ,
    schools & shopping. Priced at t on No llulldln*. Jaokaonvllle :1. t'lorhlarnol
    only $13.500 with terms to be Priced at $22,000. FOREST HILLS 679 Poinsettia '53 VOLKS, later. than January :tv. IwH.
    If fall .,.
    you to do ao .I.l pro
    arranged. H62-3 Bedroom 2 bath home Ave., 3 bedrooms, 2 baths garage IP'sNo cenfeiio will b* enterml .afalmt you

    :30 J( ACRES excellent for trailer I.R Draperies and wall-to central heat, air condi for plaint the relief demanded. In th* om-

    park. Property situated on wall carpeting A custom tioned.100A. NEW BATTERY, POINTS The nature of aalil ault belnf Ion C

    ridge with excellent drainage.Can built beauty priced at $19,600.! AND's- (*(,,;UARINllIGw A foreclosure, of mnrta*. rmurdml la
    Vol. 3M. Pat all of th. official
    be purchased for only 1173-Split Level modern 3 1 Record, of lirevard County, Florida. ,
    $1500 per acre with 297 down bedroom 2 bath with drape :: PLUGS, TUNE-UP. $640. the d..rlllIon| of the pro..rllpro.. .
    and balance to be arranged.Let needed afalnat belna .aa foUo_,'-'
    blinds. Finished base
    show and All that certain ;propi-rty altuate ami*
    us you. ment room. Priced at only NEARS. No BUT's boln. In Hrevnrd County,,,,. bitlaaymore ,
    225 U. S. NO. 1 Frontage, 675 15750. Call for appointmentto LAKE CALL 287-0628 AFTER 5 P.M iow: particularly deeirllxit a* tat-

    in depth, ideal for many uses. see this. /fil) DODGE "Polara" Lot 41, IVRFAN RIVERllfrailTH.

    At motel.present Priced has at small only $35,000 4 unit H81-3 Bedroom 2 Bath-$13,500: Yes we have 100 acres with 1000 Straight/ front the shoulder dealings That's what you get Convertible, V8. Automatic $$1395 In lp1Za: trie. nla UNIT! thereof inch' 'recorded accord'
    only $450 down handles. Al Transmission, I In Hook II. sate 47.: Puhll
    with terms to be arranged. Condition. feet of paved road frontage near at McCotter Ford a full staff of qualified! personnel to Power Steeling, Power Brakes,, Motor Co. eeftirev.r'I County
    South Lake, only $1.8UO per acre Radio and Heater. Magnolia Florida, pail. '.n.. alluate Irian,
    C ACRES of most desirable land home help International Harvester Trucks and be1s1 In Bravard. County,
    1167-2 Bedroom CBS on you.
    for small development. Priced if taken now for cash. Land In Florid*.
    Scout 4-Wheel Drive
    at only $3,500 per acre. one acre of land Good buyat this area is now selling up to I 62 FORD "XL 500" CTflr Taiether with all atructurra and
    17,900. $3.300 per acre, don't pass this 2 door coupe. V-8, J//7J Sales Part Service Improvement now. and hnreaflern
    CALL US anytime night or day sleeper up. Ask about larger and 82 FORD door Oa1. II() FALCON 4 door, automatic transmission 1(03 W. Canal Rt. 411 ml, Mid therein land. and, ami all fOol rent,, _*,aiitih-liaur,

    for an appointment. mailer tracts and other real aide automatic, R&H. $$1495 Standard, It A II. $$795 Powcrstccrlna, radio and New Smyrna Beach prnrerila, and' profiLe accruing
    ARROW tate of all kinds. If it's Real CII'I No. 336 . .. No. 346 . . ... heater. 421.4781 t and to ari-run from. : laid prt.ni.'
    ..- tate See lira, .all of which are In.-lMd.d
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    I '14 TII.4 Triumph. Small equity within the furrtolnn rt..triptioa

    Lakin & Gordon Realty ro PONTIAC convert. 81 TEMPEST 4 door, 62 CHEVROLET and assume payments. 267.0728ti > all.and Ibo a*. hbnilun.electric thereof alio,
    "' ible automatic, load. $$1395 automatic, R II. $$1295 -Belalr". 4 door ie $$1895 :- ..a.t (other tom h.allnir, cookl..water. M.rl .
    l1A'f" REALTYAM .cd No. 3141 . No. 305 . dan. V8, Powerghidetransmission TillS: <'l t Nt; :.11 I.uI'e ( OUIITI ..ratln ll"htlnr. plumblnt.
    Real Estate Brokers : : ,
    Registered ---- j AMI PUS IIHkVAKI iOLMTK ventllallnIrrliallof ami
    I Radio and heater. powereyatetn
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    23 Main St. AM 7-3025 Titusvllle 61 RAMBLER. 4 door i iJr FKOHATBIn tl.UHIII\ *, maohmea, apuillancea,
    fixture, and ,
    sppurt.o anca.
    7-7037 59 RENAULT 4 door
    (' overdrIve B $$1495 H. KHTATB 0, whlrh now ate or hereafter
    J Dauphine, It A J H. $$495 61 FORD "Galaxle" GEOHOK WILLIAM HARVEY, may. .
    a No. 24t) pertal In. 0*' b* .. .d with to..
    311 North Dixie Highway No. 363Ito I 2 door hardtop V8 $1795 4', *.- G' on naIl premlaea, even thoufh
    JOIII rlc'r TO C HUIIT"I ) .
    they he rfotaiheil delachablev
    (On U. S. No. 1)) I automatic transmls- All cradllure of *5..ts'eoCuxonus W1TNRS84 my hand. and the sash
    IT STANDS FORD door Fair. Ion, power steering, Radio WILLIAM IIARVKT. da- nf aald, ,
    Court at
    Indian River Tltuavlllt. Florida
    412 Main St. Titusville, Fla. City lane 500, R&Ii Fac. $S995 OLDSMOBILE F.85 Heater, ,. **<1, ar. hireby notified: anil' re* thla IS day of Dwetnbar, AD. IMS.
    :fOR tory AIr. No. 321 ,. 4 door, automatic I de. $$1195 aulred lo (It. any claim or demand (Court Real)
    Phone 267.5000 Don R. Mancini Broker luxe, RAIl. No. 276 ", hl.'h they may hav. aaalnat .ahl, Cl'KTlS n HARVE8. Clerk of
    .etate h la Ik* office of lb. County' the Circuit Court
    CHEVROLET V4- $51495 uilg* of hravarii County P'InrIha.! Nfl SterIle HallOeputy
    II I- 62 PO 62 { :
    INTEGRITYe .1 FALCON 4 door in th* cnurthouM "al Tltuavlll, Flor tl.r .
    Catalina door$2095 automatl, deluxe, R $S995 ton pickup 8 cylinder. lila. within all calendar monlba from. Dee 21) 27, haiti Jan f..k 10 (Frl) 1JMI4
    power steering pow. Sb. dale .( Strut publication of tblanolle
    I brakes. No. 307. & 11 No, 170. *. Each claim or demand. murtb INTIIKflNtllTrillMTIV' : "
    82 CHEVROLET la wrlllnf and moot alat tb* I-IIH KKKt KI (' U1Tr: KLOK..
    "Best Home Values $$2395 pine, or rldnc* and poot'OtttC.nddraa. lilt
    "Impala", 2 door of the clalmanl and mu.t he IH" riMMrnv
    59 FORD 2 door hartS' SO RAMBLER\ wagon, sport coupe V8. pow. sworn lo by tba claimant, hi. ...nl. NO. ones
    top Galaxle, loaded$ 1095 automatic, R A II. $S895 erglide transmission power. o* bus atlorney, ,. or It .'will becum !MITH IF nt's?

    I I a Factory .r, No ::162 No. 267 . .. steering, Radio, lOcater void acoordlre. ii* law.L. WBfiLKY: N. CAMKLP:

    In Florida"Edgewater -- ...-...-...-......-...... I.. Qenrfe OEOKOK err"lRvu ".. I'lalnlJ! '
    K.ecutor of the Batat of
    61 PONTIAC 4 door 62 FALCON 2 door, 61 CHEVROLET Oeori William Harvey, MARY jo CANEUP
    automatic, R A Ii $$1395 RAIl factory air eon. $$1495 "Bel Air' 4 door sedan $$1495 d..4 THE STATE or rr.onlDA 1 o.I.n'alli.' ,
    No 280 . . ." ditioned. No. 340 6 cylinder, pow. D.e V>. n. 1H 3. Jan. 1, 10 (IF.O 1M4IN : TUi; MAKY JO CANEff -

    Acre Homes -- ----- -- -- -- erglide transmission, TIIK" lIKeS IT (talK? or TilE CIO Mr. hMlih McWIIIIaniItoute
    This Is the official seal of the il\rn 41 Isis S U. tlKftiT or MARIETTA N.e. 3 CIKOnulA:
    10 CHOICE NEW MODELS National Association of Real 60 FORD convertible, $$1195 81 COM!ET 4 door, au. 63 PONTIACTempestf-J nr riOHIIIt 10 .5 MI rilH" HHK.: You .re hereby nntlfleil, that *
    automatic, R&I1, seal" C" NT* IM ClltTICHY
    pow. $$1295 ,
    tomatic, R A 11. ult haa been filed agalnat Inthe .
    Lemans Convertible, J/I ( ... >.. SHIMoritr : you
    Estate Boards. Only members er steering. 7 J I
    power No. 171 ., entitled C8""; enl thai
    2 and 3 bedrooms 1 and Itt ceramic tile baths Westinghouse of the Association er brakes, 10&Ii, No. 221. V8 Automatic Transmission \ .M' l'lIHIC'10.l nri'icnlrlos you ar* hereby required to fll. I

    kitchens Furred and plastered walls Crane Fixtures may displaythis -.- .- -- -- __ _____ __ __ _____ _-___ Radio and lOcater PETITION roll rOH ADOI-TION AiiorrinN' or your Anawer with lb. Clerk of tM* I
    al. And only those who Court, .
    s and 10>> e.rv.nc thereof
    Pre-termite treated construction Terrazzo floors Awning 58 ENGLISH FORD LAl'ltA MARIE WKIOIITand KIM upon Ik. plaintiff or plaintiff'a .attorner. 1
    windows Sodded lawns Carport and pared drive display this seal may call themselves 59 automatic PONTIAC it 2 Li door It $$895 door' Standard, heat. $S395 62 CHEVROLET Fm- ClfflC ELAINE! TIMOTHY WltlUHT.AltDHV/ MlnoriTO WHIG liT whoa* name anil aildreu In:

    ways. Your choice of color selections during construction. Realtors. No.' 3233. . : er No. 364 . pala Convertible, V8. J/J/J Hnlu.nc* Unknown. Atlantic CAIII. Avenue.a. MWAMHON.Cocoa. Reach.10 North FUirI'la -

    M. Jr. ---- Powrrgllde Trarwwnlsslon. .You ere hor.hr nollflnd that. a not later than, January :0. XO.
    S George Barley .. .
    From $8,990Low Radio and Heater, PowerSteering p iltlon hOI b n fll d In lb. ahov* 0514.If-

    Inc. 58 MERCURY 4 dr' 82 RAMBLER 4 door, Power Brakes. tylrd .:court. Ir. by for IIOYT till adoption 1. ML'RfllRKB. of. you fall to do .o. decree pie

    Down Payment Low Monthly Bryan-Conway & automatic, he iter, $$495 "400" deluxe, loaded $$1395 LAURA MARI: WWOHT and KIM confraao for the relief will b damned* coined, In agalnet the you

    PaymentsNo Winstead Inc. No. 216.) . . No. 258 : KLA1MS1 WRKJHT, Minor.. by the plaint com
    Closing Costs Terms You Can Afford plltlonr.. and, you .ar. required somrs. The nalur of aald lull fcslnj ,for ,
    a ".p, ef your looser or ob. Divorce.
    J. W. Realtor
    S Childre Gus FaulkChevrolet jection lo how eauv* why aald' WITNESS my ban and th* a.lj.,
    2 homes in Mission City on large wooded l lots, with all of the Conforti, RealtyDanenburg's PAR'I'IALLIST OF CARS th petition' .hollhl moO .be srnnl.d. eq of the aald Court at Tltuavlll. Br.
    attorney for p r, Janwi County Florida(
    yard thla is of
    above mentioned features $9,500 and $10,500. day
    R. Rrynolda, Pie
    Beach lllhlanfl Avnu, bemher, A.D IM3,
    Eau, Ualll, riorl.U.. and fll.* ii h* CURTIII K. BAR.VBS
    Realty McCOTTER FORD erlflnal In th. ofdc of lho Cl..rh CUrk Circuit Court
    of the Circuit Court on or baton* By: Ilertl(. H.IIDePUl1l'
    $300 Duffy's Real Estate January Z7 1DS4H.r.ln Clerk
    rail Not or a decree" pro ICourt Seal)
    Edwards Realty TRADE-IN DIVISION *onr. .o will l 1 b* blared atalnal you 1>00. 20. n. IM3. Jan. 5. 10 Frl.) 1M4
    WITNSJI. my band and p.ai oj;
    NAT BROWN OWNER BUILDER Ed Kittles Agency aid court In Tltunrlll. Florida. Ihto The Titusville
    730 SOUTH WASHINGTON AVENUEAM It *ay or Dcm *., 1MJ. Star-
    (Court ...1,
    Phone GA .<<5Jl I L. B. Newman, Realtor 7-2657 Cum* R. Rrn.
    USED CAR DEPT. J dvocate 1st in circuilation
    Schwartz Curb 0( th* >aid Circuit ,
    113 N. Ridgewood, Edgewater Fla. Professional Bldg. Sydney 1028 S. HOPKINS AVE. asTir
    M. N. Weir & Son Inc. in No. Brevard.
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    I-B TlfvivtlU (Florida' ) Star AJvoeato Friday, January 10, 'NN Purl Sheaf?, of Bath, S.C. and< a Gas Sales Total

    cousin, Miss OU llitt of Aiken ;- I { you have rental
    S.C. Workman's sister anti bro Gasoline Sales in Brevard

    Indian River City South Tifusvillo' Happenings ther-inUw, Mr. and Mrs R HSoefluth totaled 3,727,804 gallons in housing, list it in

    I 340 PriUhard Avenue\ November< also spent Christmas In South The Star-Advocate!
    ed :505,820 gallons (he same
    Garden Club' President ResignsGarden ents.Carolina with Mrs Svcfluth ear month. -

    Club The individual circle meetingsfor on a suitable merit badge. There BREVARD'S OLDEST HOTPOINT DEALER
    New Books
    The Indian River City Garden the month were given: Ruby were 38 present at this meeting..
    Mrs.\ Jackie Merriam. Ubrar
    Hobson Circle will meet Jan. Pat A Tenderfoot! Badge was pre.
    Club held !Its regular meeting
    Ian at the Titusville Branch
    last Wednesday afternoon at 9.30; in the home of Mrs. J R. sented to Donald George. The Public Library in Indian River REPEATING !
    Center. Watson, 2736 Hibiscus; Anita Allison meeting was closed by thu JayBird
    200: () p.m. in the Civic City has just received a shipmentof
    \ Circle will meet Jan. 21 at Patrol.
    Upon entering the hall guests new books and at random has 1w
    10:00 a.m. in the home of Mrs.
    and members were served K. Boone, 855 Delano; Vc-lva Prelude lo Swt thoirt Dane selected these: We Only Heave A
    coffee',, tea, cookies and candiesby "This Company of !Men by
    Cleveland Circle will meet Jan. The Teen town teenage Boardof a
    Mrs C. S. Jackson! assistedby William Pearson; 'Leaving<< <
    21 at 10:00: a.m. in the home of Directors met last Tuesday
    her daughter, Mr Eleanor Cheyenne" by Larry McMurtry W
    Mrs. J. Wheeler, 320 BrowningAve evening at the home of Mrs. A
    Free. These refreshments were "The Yankee Rascals" by Carter Few
    Jackie Merriam, 209 Harrison 5 : Close Outs Floor
    buffet table beau- Vaughan "David of Jerusalem
    served from a It was announced that the Street. ; "z

    tifully decorated with Spring School of Missions would he held Present were Joe Mance, president by Louis DeWohl; "The Innocent Models Scratched Or M
    officers' table earners" by Alice Hobarts: : ,
    Jlowcrs. At the Feb. 2, 5, 9 and 12 All women of the Teenage Group;
    a beautiful piece of driftwood were urged to attend; (Ins will ho David Dickson vice.president; "The Hat on the Bed' by JohnOltara Dented Appliances!
    "The Killing Game BY 0 x xW
    wit dispU\cd. a Church-wide study of "Our Cindy Boyd, secretary and Judy ; =
    Bill Knox "Shadow of a ilawk"by
    Guests at this meeting were Mission Today". Ashley, treasurer; Billy Walker, ;

    Mrs. Lucy Strlckler, Mrs. Esther Program and worship were pre publicity chairman and Kathy Woman"Michael by Donner M. Fagyas.; 'The .Filth'The t W; WITH ;!

    Anderson and Mrs Mary Eleanor sented by Mrs Thomas Jackson, Schmitt, assistant. Adult members -
    Wind the
    and Fog" In Franees
    Free, A special guest was with Mrs. Robert Waddell assisting of Tcen-ToA'n Corporationwere WHITAKER
    Diner; "Drason: Pass" fo> Frank 1r c
    Mrs. Jack Wheeler, who was at the organ. Mrs. Jackson reviewed : Mrs. Haicl Ashley; Mrs. Wynne "Jungle niver' by Howard
    ; (
    guest speaker at the meeting the study bock "The Betty ponds; Mrs. Ann llartzog:
    Pease "Doctor ol the Key(
    ; ELECTRIC r
    Members present were Mrs. Christian Mission in Southern and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Merriam by Adelaide Humphries New ftp' : b

    Frunk W. Meter, Mrs. C. I. Ma", a stimulating Interpretation England Discovery" by Nancy f

    Stearns, Mrs. C. S. Jackson, of complex Issues facing Plans were discussed and approved Hale; "Man on Trial" by uerald 'it BEFORE YOU BUY! g
    Asian Christians today. for the holding of the annual
    Mrs. W. 11.1 Boshofl, Mrs. L. B. Dickler; "The Gypsies" Jean BOOTS FOR MISSILES It sound strange, butthat's H
    Those were Mrs K. "Sweetheart Ball" for the may
    present : = -
    Newman, Mrs. Paul R. Stiles, Paul Clebert; "Glory God andGold"
    Dennis Dawson assistant the
    what to
    Boone, Mrs. C. Baker, Mrs. W. Teen-agers, when a King and exactly man 0z
    Mrs. D. O. Kieffer and Mrs. by Paul I. Hlanchanl ; z:
    of the Birmingham Plant of United States Steel'sAmerican
    Baird, Mrs. K. Bair, Mrs. M. Queen for Teen-Town for 1964 will ager
    Carl Si norelU. Last "Dag Hainmerskjold" by Joseph Bridge Division, is holding, above. The bootis
    Bofgs, Mrs. D. Browning, Mrs. be selected and crowned.
    Lash "Art and
    P. Archaeology"by
    R. Cromwell, Mrs of contestants ; a rubber liner which fits between operable steel work
    At a short business meeting, P. Cain, Mrs. year, seven pairs James Ackerman and Rhys
    Z Crumpton, Mrs D. Daniels, entered the contest, and when the platforms and the contour of missiles during pre-launch
    Mrs. D. O Kieffer, president, Carpenter; "The Great Earth
    Mrs. M. Hill, Mrs. P. Holmes, Ball was held and the King and Fire" Castillo assembly and checkout. The boot Dawson is holding, is
    and John
    pre si d e d. The group was Mrs. T. Jackson, Mrs. G. James, Queen crowned, the teenagershad quake Kennedy "The Art by of Rome and part of the first of some 100 such platforms which American

    notified that Mrs. J. J. Volley, Mrs R. Waddell, Mrs. N. Wheat- collected and turned In a h'r Empire"; by home Kahler; Bridge's Birmingham (Ala.) Plant is fabricating for fcv/

    a member, was in the hospital.In ley. Mrs. O. Wade, Mrs. C. total of $56403 as net proceeds.The "Understanding the Great Philos towers and support buildings being built at Complexes

    opening the meeting, Mrs. Wheclus, and Mrs. J. Wheeler.The Ball will be held on Saturday ophers" by Henry Thomas; 40 and 41 at Cape Kennedy. The platform above is stand
    next general meeting will evening, February 15th at the will be extended 0 -
    Kieffer tendered her resignation "Rubiyat of Omar" by Ed. Fitzgerald ing on its side, but in actual operation rs
    be held at 10;30, Feb. 4 with a Civic Center. Contestants for the ; "The Crusades" by IUr- horizontally from a building or tower to form a flat

    as president or. the ground that covered luncheon to follow. coveted Crowns of King and old Lamb. All these arc listed as working surface for missile technicians. Canaveral Dis- !\ NEW'

    her family ties precluded her Queen of Teen-Town' are all requested best sellers. trict of the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers is supervisingwork

    from giving required time to the Fir Call to contact any one of the on the two complexes as construction agent for the

    above officers[ or chaperones listed U. S. Air Force. will be used in the Air Force's CDW
    office, and her health was not The Firemen of Fire Station They t zu
    the best. It was unanimously No. 3, responded to a fire.call at in this column. Tourist Club Titan III Missile program. Leavell-Kiewit is general con- N fr tot

    resolved) to accept her resignation 11:05: a m. last Wednesday at the The Indian River City Tourist tractor for the launch and service towers *. 2-SPEED >
    and Social Club met at the Civic o
    with regret/ effective at the home of Charles D. Phelps, 345 Women's Club Meeting :!

    conclusion of the meeting, arid Coleridge Avenue,. Forrest D. Askey, Eau Gallic Center last Wednesday evening. I AUTOMATIC WASHERS

    the proceeded to Introduce the When the firemen arrived High School teacher, will be The following officers were elected Active Service Period Imoortant i.
    for !the ensuing : Mrs.
    guest speaker, Mrs. Jack Wheel- smoke was coming out of the guest .speaker at the next Monday year : ''C
    Paul Mann, re-elected as presi- .. gives all
    tr.: wall and ceiling of the room in night meeting of the Indian River Col W. H. Boshoff, Veterans they cannot shn. ,' active service | you
    dent Harold Gibson elected
    Mrs. Wheeler's subject was which an electric heater had City Woman's Club, when he will ; as Service Officer for Brevard during the periods specified by 14 these extra-quality K
    Mrs. Bert Freeman
    Atirlct- been Installed when the home was present a film on a trip to Mexico County states that at the present i5In i
    .'South Florida Garden H
    as secretary; Tip law.The
    ions. In outlining her subject built. The firemen quickly put out made by students and teach Wager as treasurer and Mrs time many veterans who are retiring beginning date of World features '
    the fire, which was caused by ers this past summer The meet from private employmentand x x
    she told about a vacationshe Glen Richmond as Chaplain. War I 1 Is April 6, 1917 the end- ., 0
    insulation around the will be held in the Civic Center
    Improper ing who are interested in applying
    and of Ing date is November 11, 1918.
    had in South Florida, '
    electric: wires, which evidently at 8:00: p.m. The members were very happyto for WWI pensions, do not For It must be = *
    the gardens she had teen In that welcome back Mr. and Mrs pension purposes, 0
    had short-circuited and had char. The Education Department of fully understand their eligibility CW 'JSSSa
    shown that the veteran 90 ? '"
    area, not only commercial types red the woodwork badly, Beyondthe the Women's Club Is in charge of Fred Sands of Liberty S.C. Ven- Many of'thesc' veterans who apply active durIng v,, H
    days or more on duty 14
    but also privately owned of Titusville and Mrs.
    charred woodwork, little damage this program and chairman, day Kay cannot meet the criteria to
    around homes. She done because of the Mrs. Gerald Calhoun, all Leona Sawyer of Schenectady, wartime. The 90-day period 14 "' spin speeds agifatiaa' ti

    &: was urges qualify for a pension because could have begun before April S, >
    touched on McKee'i Jungle Gar speed and ability of the firemenin members to bring guests and invites N.V. were welcomed into membership. Pushbutton selection
    11)17\)) and extended into the war a' rinse of wash
    dens the oldest tourist attraction water and r
    pinpointing the origin and put the public to attend. Hostesses temperatures
    pared with the corresponding time period, or, it could have begun
    ia South Florida*, of Lauderdale ting out the fire. will be Mrs. Dan Kieffer, Refreshments were served by 1 1F r control
    period a ago. or before November 11,
    year on
    by-the-Sea with its Parrot Moral of this story Is: Check !Mrs. Nicholas Lauletta. Mrs Ted the hosts of the evening: Mr. and The volume $68,133,713 and detergent, bleach saves watt( ,
    was 1918 extended beyond the end *
    ti; Jungle and its HIbiscus Gardens.. your electric heaters to sec that Pope and Mrs. Julius Sain. Mrs. Arthur Dcmond and Mrs last 3 wash cycles for J
    compared with $64,793,434: of the War. If he served with the ligb
    Further south, she touched on proper insulation exists near Enid Peterson. Games were play, heavily soiled medi
    year, an increase of $3,338,251. U. S. Forces in Russia, then service loads '
    the Conch Train at Key We'st.whose woodwork. cd later,
    Vacation; In S.C.\ For the .2 -week period ended until April 1, 1920( may be
    There will be covered dish
    to a
    route took one ..eemanY'
    December 14, sales were $391- counted as wartime. Also, service
    Mr. and Mrs.; F. D. Workmanand
    different kinds of trees. dinner at 6:00: p.m. next Wednesday : -
    286,654 compared with $374,424- after November 11, 1918 and before LW37S
    Boy Scout News five children, Glscle, Lee, January 15th.WinnDixie: MODEL
    She: recounted the\ beauty of Troop 310 Boy Scouts met for David, Robert and 3 month's old 5S5, an increase of)f $16,862,01)9) or July 2, 1921, is considered

    Everglades National Park with their regular weekly meeting at t Harriet, of 313 Boye Avenue, 4.50 per cent.WinDDixie wartime service, provided the PLENTY INSTOCK
    its natural setting; each trailin Sales veteran had active service after PORCELAIN
    the. Civic Center last Tuesday made a trip to South Carolina which operates a
    the Everglades had interesting : evening with Glenn Archer, Scout for the Christmas holidays They Up For PeriodA number of supermarkets In the April 6, 1917 and before November

    plants, trees and< wildlife. master, In charge. The Panther stayed with his parents Mr. and local area, now has 621 retail 12. 1918. WASHERS START

    She went on to tell of films Patrol led the opening. The meet Mrs. E. C. Workman. who live in sales increase of 5.15 percent stores and 8 wholesale units Any veterans whose discharge Partial-Load Control

    she had taken of the Sea bf lag was turned over to the various Clearwater, S.' C. was recorded by Winn-Dixie throughout the South comparedwith indicates that he was dischargedfrom water dotorgcnt, 70

    Crass in the Everglades and oC( patrols, each of whom went t They spent some time with Stores, Inc. during the 4-week 601 retail stores and 8 the draft, is not eligible for Undor Lint Filter ilV"169

    the Mahogany Hammocks; of to their own corner and worked !Mrs.\ Workman's!" mother, Mrs.NUTHFUUY period ended December 14 corn- wholesale units a year ago veterans benefits.Here's ITrlpl..Action WTREFRIGERATORS
    f Rinsing
    the Tamlaml Trail with the -- -- ---- --- -------- -
    Indian Reservations and many SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR OVER 25 YEAR I II t'

    other dwelt on wonderful the beauty lights.of Sanibel She I H ONLY +I-oip-ai.nJ: !

    Island with its shells and wildlife x SO YOU CAN I

    sanctuary i i a list of American production cars with L.--COU" Clean Behind Themll!

    At Fort :Myers: she had visited!

    Thomas Alva Ellison's home' r standard engines that deliver more horsepowerper 'z

    with the troplpal and semitropical -

    unrdin: She told of IT'S ON WHEELS! MODEL CK70D '

    Sarasota with its Jungle Garden pound of car. weight than the 64 Oldsmobile W =M

    *. Conning northwards, she 4+ w

    mentioned its Sunken St.Gardens Petersburg; Tampa with F-85' Holiday Coupe or Sports Coupe : enX

    with its Busch Gardens; Bok 0a ,

    \ Singing Tower In Its peaceful t'0W "

    surroundings, with' beautiful o

    \ plants and the lake. p I >

    She was enthusiastic about N ::IT1"p
    the fairyland of all the flowers 1 I

    end plants that Is known toS\

    us "Cypress Gardens. At the

    r conclusioin of her excellent talk 'IT'S SAFER TO WHOU-MUS out i
    Mrs. Wheeler showed slides! of ,. ,v i:. -" :"0 You can roll out entire
    fOI iw CLWIIIIrefrigerator
    of the t some scenes she had wit Pay by CheckPay r',._> \ for
    nessed.A -- ...... easy

    Wheeler vole of thanks to Mrs. ''': '' .i cleaning, sweeping, waxing
    was unanimous at the .

    conclusion of her fine and educational by check and KNOW It's paid! Your cancelled I. 14 Cu. Ft. Capacity
    talk. .. .
    check that is returned to you periodically --

    V The next meeting of this Club remains a permanent receipt of your payment :.!:". .. 24970
    will be on Wednesday February : BigSfze 105-Lb. Freezer

    .t 13th next. Hostesses at that meet- Paying by check Is convenient, too, and well

    ing will be Mrs. M. F Brccdlove worth the few cents a month this service costs o WITH TRADES B

    and Mrs. Reuben Pttcn. you saves you valuable time and worry. 2-Door Convenience

    t= "

    W. S. C. S. Meets d17.44l g Twin-Crispers Hold_ Over % Bushel

    The Woman's) Society of ChristIan .
    Service of Indian River City .
    i Methodist Church held it's first Checking Account 4010S r : 90-DAY REPLACEMENT OF SATISFACTION GUARANTEE 0

    meeting of the new year in the \ ; ASK ANY BANK( OFFICE 0( I t'"
    new church building, Tuesday. s N vW C
    \ The executive committee met at t Whiff >- "t. .(C C!

    1130; am. followed by the general I H

    meeting at 10:30: a.m. with a covered I ;
    dish luncheon served at THE ACUON ISI EASY MONTHLY TERMS ot

    x 12.00; noon. The Anita Allison

    Circle. served as hostess. 10..._..... CIotIoot ,..-......... .. .M...... 1-u c...... w.4.-_ wd I e,4..d at'. .bww 1 Si.. t n' LOW DOWN PAYMENT:
    The business meeting s IM-. ...., w.Nd.e c- M ___ eo- w..s lw.w.Mw p. M- of Mir w.i.w. ML..IM .w.d..d."S .
    was opened a -. .,54 A..Iw.M.L.M.a..I A.d. ..... Ml 1._ II... ....1 act r.a rib a-Noy _... I.d.rl >
    Mrs J. Wheeler
    by president ? Whitaker Electric Inc.y
    and reports were given; Mrs. tn.r .

    Thomas Jackson, local church CiL rt ..... II(TIM ica deltas/III/ UIII.IIII1WTI tuUI...*uiw'"ui"l"niTI'wr-ITU'c-' .arable H.iniM I.imu a.tai( ..... > M
    activities chairman, announced r.\IM 32S S. Washington Ar*. (Downtown T1tuI'YUIe) >

    r that a Smorgasbord would be BELTON PONTIAC-OLDSMOBilE, INC., TITUSVILLE, FLA. g Phone :267-0611 J;;

    held Thursday, January 30, serving 1 ........ ....... rip .. $10,000 b/ ......1 ....... .lid.r.ns Cap. 1-4 WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS ='

    to begin at 9.00: p.m. continuing ----oat owl aq 1IALlIIIIt'It"lSO W ICIIII nr ni 1111 snR11II a uns.suvaaeium sal nazi I WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELLP.e -

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