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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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A young West Virginia man ,. NASA spent an
became Brevard County' 54th morning justifying Its
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\ traffic fatality Sunday morning for locating It's 11
when he was killed stepping Information center
f j from his parked automobile five V Island.
miles south of TttusvUle. Cordon Ha .
Larry Raymond Burdette, 21, ff'I I A\
of Charleston, W. Va., was dead !1 __ l '
on arrival at Wuesthoff Memorial o .-c s.
Hospital in Cocoa shortly II'IlUt, pfd ure
4 after midnight yesterday, He be exerted on the
1 had parked his car half on and to switch to a

'1 6'k' half off the highway to apparently ci "This Is a firm,
talk with occupants of another ble decision," Harris
.
vehicle. group of about 50
: : : According to the Florida Highway ing county
t4. 'f Patrol Burdett was gettingout on of municipalities,
of his automobile when of commerce
; Frederick William Orbln of Mer { and other area
: tilt Island sideswiped Burd.ette'l rr Harris reviewed the
car and crushed Burdette 'r led up to the decision
between the two vehicles. a visitors center for
MAN & MACHINE John Bremmer, go surgery on his right arm and will Burdette'i body was carried port which, In the
left and Butch Harger cast large smilesat remain in the hospital for several 139 feet. agency's consultants,
I each other Monday following their more days. Butch was released SUn- Orbln told Highway Patrol he TAKES OVER Charlie Harrison, was taking the position so that Kitties "practical and .
"surfin" accident. John had to under- day.-S-A Photo. did not see the vehicle or Bur fourth from left, Is shown above as could devote all of his time as county sequences of such
Ed Kittles gives him the and commissioner. Also shown office
dette until It was too late keys are that no one foresees
also the title of "Office: Manager" to staff, left to right, Sam Caldwell will lead us; but the
'Sidewalk Surfers' WeekEndAccidents the Ed Kittles Agency. Kitties recent. Janet Scoble, Ann Targett, Harrison from Merritt bland
Injured ly became the County Commissionerof Kitties Herb Dillard and Virginia Harris revealed

Br THI ASSOCIATED PRESS district 1 and said that Harrison Rogers.-S-A Photo. Mlndenhall k

I Accidents in Florida claimedat Angeles consulting:
least 16 lives over the weekend the study which
In 'Wipe-Out' AccidentTwo Including two Saturday lion of the tourist
Prove Fatal Menltt bland ,
when a car rushing an Injure Fight Injuries proper
Among the reasons
girl to a hospital collided! with
young skate boarders became er when John fen and broke his arm because there's no transportation another near ClermontThe greater Identification
to get you to the hos Injured girl, List JarreD, span program and
hospital boarders here right arm. He received a compound

during the weekend u the result fracture In his right arm pital.Butch" waited until the neighbor In 8), an of Clermont earlier accident, bad been She burt and To Forrest L. Stewart Jr.Forrest ties toward which surrounding vied for

of "sidewalk surfing" at and had to undergo surgery. returned with the automo her flue-year-01d sister Valerie to host such a

their bone. After the accident, a neighbor bile. Minutes later he was also died In the subsequent collision.In tlon.
John :Bremmer and Butch happened to walk down the taken to Jess rarrish Memorial other accidents Saturday, Lee Stewart Jr., age en; two daughters, Linda and Charleston.The Another factor .
Harger successfully accomplished sidewalk and warned Butch of Hospital with a broken left Leltha Pochls, 29, of Lull and 44, of 1800 Vaughan St., died In Brenda Dale all of Titusville; remains win lie hi state ris was the tourist 16)f.
two complete "wipe outs" the consequences which can occur arm, Butch had a "wipeout"John her mother, Mrs. Thelm Orange Memorial Hospital, Orlando his parents, Mr and Mrs. F L In Smith Funeral Home Monday imity to the KSC
in separate accidents while as the result of the boards. is the son of Mr. and Wanamaker of Tampa, were Sunday u a result of Injuries Stewart ST., of Charleston, S.C., evening and will be forwarded which, he said, will be .
"surfing" on their residential Jokingly, the neighbor said, Mrs. Charles Bremmer and killed in a collision between sustained In a fight Sept. a brother, Wilbur and two sisters to Charleston, S. C., est to tourists. How
10, 1984. Mrs. Pauline Statum and Tuesday, under the direction of I visitor will be allowed
driveway.The "The wife has the car, so you Butch is the son of Mr and their car and a train.
two were purring togeth had better not fall and break an Mrs. Vernon Barger.I John Smart Jr., about 30, Stewart was Injured, when a Mrs Evelyn Douglas, all of Smith Funeral Home. the actual work of
Quincy and Arthur Bell neighbor reportedly endeavored and checking out
IS killed about t. .......| up fight bvtwMI bio I related activities will
were ia a (afrcar.ac* I
I TWA leI Airliner eldest Just north of Qulncy. and two other men in tie yardof Bulkhead\ Request On Agenda personal safety fact <<
A collision on State Road S, a home on Vaughan Avenue the amount of
about five miles south of Titus Previously charged! with aggravated The bulkhead outfall line Is partment has taken another .nc." tolerable by
I vale killed Larry B. Burdette, assault in the case was back before the City Council tomorrow position now, according to'crews.
21, of Charleston, W, Va. John C. McConnell, who now night at It's regular City Manager Cleveland Tal-I The public affairs
43 Die At Neptune Beach, where seawall possibly faces other charges according nudge, and are requesting tile provisions are now In
session and the Is
Explodes repairs were under way. to Lt W. J. Bohannon of request again outfall line be extended only 100 cess of being worked
the Detective Division the made
.heavy equipment rolled over i a of by Rodney Thompson fret put the existing bulkhead lowing visitors to view
traffic flagman Riley E. Rho- Titusville Police Denartment I Thompson made request last line. rttt bland launch

I y JAMES M. LONG curred.: blast occurred just u the plane den, II, of St George, Ga. Stewart, an electrical 1 engineerand I year to bulkhead property be In his recommenditloa to the vantage point high on
ROME (AP) A TWA four. While some persona said the lifted off the ground, others said A 45-year-old auto mechanic, technician for the US. owns war the cltYStw.ge plant council, Talmadge said; "I see leal Assembly Building.He
airliner with 72 it exploded while on an approach Vlrgflil. Brown, was crushed to Corps of Engineers, came here north of the yacht basin. The no objection to Mr. ThompIOn' said NASA plans
Jet persons IS months from Tucson property was to be developed Into tourists to view actual
some
aboard burst apart In explosions strip Just before reaching death Sunday when a pickup; ago request to filling the proposed
today as it was about to leave Paving Debt To the runway to begin its tak truck fell off a grease rack at Ariz. a yacht basin and restaurant, area and to Install th. and said U many u
:Rome's Leonardo Da Vinci Air Port Orange.In Born In Charleston, SC., according to Thompson. bulkhead line as long as a satisfactory show up for a
eoff.An said he accidents March 9, 1120, ha was a veteran Problems arose when the solution can be worked Where to put an these !
at Flumlclno.] About 50 per airport employe Friday night; State
eons of World War n and the Korean Board of Health told the out u to who will bear the COlt a problem that bas "
were reported killed. Be Acted Upon noticed a flame from an engine, David William Thortngton, 28, city It would have to move its i been resolved
Conflict of the outfall line and
Trans World Airlines In New saw the jet roll another few of Fort Lauderdale, was killed sewer outfall line out and the extending I
York said the plane hit a truck. meters and stop. Re said the when his truck struck a utility H. Is survived by his widow, city found this would be an expensive Mr, Thompson compiles with. In addition to :
Capt J. E. Frankum, TWA vice By Titusville doors opened and passengel'l'bfgan pole In Fort Lauderdale Dorothy L; three sons, Forrest Itfm.lIow.ver the city's specifications U to" Installing Information center's
the bulkhead line within the federal
president said the jetliner at jumping out. At that moment Albert Hamilton, 51, a Dade L. m Daniel Draton and Stev- the health da-
the time was trying to abort its he said, an explosion County Negro, was killed in a ; NASA's proposed bus
A debt Incurred by the City of Iran the mainland to
takeoff. ripped it to pieces.According I one-car accident News InBrief
Titusville from the former Townof
ter came under fire. !
Sarah Behrer, I, of Miami,
"Unfortunately, there was a Whispering Hills will be subject to one version by I when Kiwanis Club census of opinion
was fatally injured struck
truck"In the vicinity of the runway for discussion by Titusville witnesses, the plane actuallywas ; by a car. X-Ray I area community
he added. City Council tomorrow night making its takeoff run, lifted that buses would
17
Betty Vance was kilted h
Reports of the number of survivors during regular sessions. a few feet off the runwaY'1 an accident In Fort Myers. Wants To Bridge physical Inconvenience
brought to Rome hospi- The 15,000 debt plus interest, then dropped back James Philip Elkins, tl, of Schedule AP News DleeaKeuuedy let with small children
tals varied from 20 to %5. Most was absorbed by Titusville upon pilot tried desperately to brake Plattsburg, N.Y., was killed In I .1fMmt4 aged, needlessly
were reported in grave condi the consolidation: of the two It to a stop. an accident at Plant City Drainage Ditch Shivering In the cold, 30,000 length of time
tion.The said towns. The debt Is In the form ]One wing of the plane was ftlllle C. Walker, a Qulncy The meWIe x-ray snit fee i persons troop to Arlington Na- the spaceport and
in Rome
TWA carried office 55 of personal notes held by Lawrence reported to have struck a heavy Negro, was killed In an acd-. free chest x-rays will be IN Kiwanis Club of Greater TJ- tonal Cemetery to pay homageto ships on an who have
the plane double of passengersand 17. F, Greiser Elaine M. roller at the edge of the strip, dent Just south of QuIncy.Helll" hi NertN revare' Ttwte'eyat titer!!. Is attempting to John F. Kennedy parking space at the
a crew Amongthe get city
Greiser and A. and The nation and moth of the terminal of the NASA
the
were 26 TWA Whitney damaging wing causing )' Hodge, 22, was' fatally Wednesday of tits week
passengers Brown. The original note was fuel to out. According to approval of its project to construct world paused to mourn President way,
and their families. pour :. injured In an accident on a at the ft>tl....lr.g places
employee 800 held by Ted Greiser, former this version the fuel ignited and county road near Pahokee. a bridge for( school chil Kennedy on the first anniversary But Harris said the
It was TWA flight No.Chicago Mayor of Whispering Hills now the plane exploded 200 yards Albert Barrett, 44. of Ocala TUESDAY NOV 24 dren's safety. of his assassination. fin provided parking for
from Kansas City Paris, Mo.and; Milan deceased and Brown, a former farther along. 'I was struck and killed by a car Scstsm.w 1-4 Silence settled over Dallas one and the space agency
New York, and Cairo. Town councilman First of the identified injuredwas that did not stop in front of the (Jesse Grocery) The bridge would be constructed year to the minute after an as- enough submerged'
to Rome, Athens The notes were signed to raise Elisabeth Loretta Cartley, : entrance to Gulfstreant race Mime. 1-4 across a drainage canal ansin's bullet cut down cent to the causeway
There the time were conflicting the explosion reports oc $15,000 to pave three streets In 31, of Santa Monica Calif. She track at Hallandale Sunday Police (Pert Offke) south of Parkway School on I lent Kennedy, I'ntI-I up more fill for a total
on Whispering Hills several years was taken to Rome's San Camulo said evidence Indicated Bar. Mlnvs. MOMls the west side of Park Avenue Ntl.r>*lPostponement with spaces and
the have been lifted ( Bar) of a ter restrooms. As '
ago, with county contributing : Hospital suffering from various rett's body may '
the paving work. fractures. from the car and dumped be- TtrvfvHto MNfre At this point school children strike win allow rail traffic to I big across the
Wif1iRi City Manager Cleveland Tal- side the road.Christmas. must walk very near the busy move U usual this holiday information center,
UYYJIJ OJ madge recommended that the TWA Identified some of the ( Noosing Prefect) thoroughfare of Park Avenue to week. Negotiations resume next seriously Interfere with
crew members u Vernon W, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21if. week. &traffic and at best
money now held by the City of be able to cross the ditch and
Titusville, which amounts to Lowell, the pilot, of Glen Head Dance TOusv01. .] MAP the Kiwanis Club wants permis- Ford Motor Co. Is set to rejoin to be limited to IIOft..pe
$11.57014, including! Interest be N.Y.; William A. Slaughter, ( ) lion to bridge this and to keep the auto production race kr It would also !
distributed to the principals on first officer, of Andover, NJ.; 'Sell Out' Tttvtvltl ,..1 M M children off the street day. Only rank-and file approval er security gate
a pro rata basis and the city attorney John W Churchill, second officer Nears THURSDAY, DEC 3 Is aeeded to settle the last of wise motorists would
be Instructed to work of Ridgefield. Conn., and THwvlUe 16-1 M John Nelson, president of the Its lr' al plant strikes. cess to an the launch:
with Joseph Baker, attorney, H. Warren Lowery, flight engineer Tltusvflle Jaycees report that (Incite liver Plea) dub, will appear before council A layman wearing a dark NASA buildings.
who has been handling this matter of Levtttown N.Y. they are almost "sold oof for tomorrow night to discuss the business suit faced the Roman presently plans
the annual Jaycee Christmas matter with the city Catholic and read Ue visitors from the
to establish the rights of the TWA said the plane hit a congregation
persons who are holding the truck used for laying tar. The Baa to be held Saturday Dec. I. Old Main St. Gauges the Scriptures. ft was an imaged parting area to the
DOtes. truck was rolled over. The dub has set a limit of Being RazedThe thing to come next Sunday center, allow them to
A resolution wQ be drawa TWA said its employes 400 couple tickets for the dance Need VolunteersFor In parishes around the country. there then choose
and presented to the council for aboard the plane were making and are fast approaching. that former garage and Sin krem.*l Ml or possibly two :
27'IJSflr1S action tomorrow night. vacation trips or were on their Bomber, according to Don Mat- clair service Station at the Execution day comes again tours of the moonpads
way to stations service. Nineteen Uses, ticket chairman. northwest corner of Main Street X-Ray Work for Dr. Paul Carbon, but there uitrlal area, or return
Boshoff of these boarded the plane The dance to be the climax and Washington Avenue Is being Is no new word from Congolese to their cars. While the
Appointed at Rome.FBgbt of the Christmas fesiivtt.. demotobed for the erection of anew I rebels on Ills fate.Ambassador bus and the Information
Cot W. H. Boshoff, Veterans which I Include the DOW famous modem service. station. It Volunteers art IUD needed to Maxwell Taylor will be free, tourists
Service Officer of Brevard operations at the airport Jaycee Christmas Parade w i III II about M years old, and was help man the any unit this says the outcome of the war in tor the guided but tours
County and of Post No. L, American were halted. Outgoing be held at the Fisher Building, occupied for many years by theGus week in North Brevard. South Viet Nam Is ''VfIrmucb to the system BOW .,
LEFT Legion, has received a flights were delayed Indefinite across: l' S. 1 from Jens Fairish Faotk Chevrolet Co. which: The appeal is made by Beta In the National Park
letter from Donald E. Johnson, ly. Incoming eights were shifted Memorial Hospital moved more than a year ago Sigma Phi Sorority and It's four doubt"w ...... other parts of the
National Commander of the to Oampino Airport, Rome's Buddy Morrow and his famousNight to to new property on SoutJJU.s. city councils which are aiding Some top level Democrats example cited was
American\ Legion that he has old. commercial field. '' Train Orchestra", a Ipiece + No. L in the tree chest t-rty program. counsel their colleagues to go here tourists pay 13.30
been appointed a member of the The plane was a Boeing 757K aggregation, win headline\ The Zeae Evans Construction Anyone interested in aiding sluw in considering changes in: tour of the battlefield.
National CoaImaI r'. Veter. intercontinental MolH 'be dance. Featured guess will Co. has the contract for razing the sorority members are asked Republican strength at the local Harris was vague
ans' Preference Committee for owned by the airline. It can be two international beauties, tile building and constructing to can Mrs. Dottle\ Mason at level In the South ebbed ,. tours' itinerary and cost,
the year IKS. carry IS* passengers. |I Miss Universe and Miss USA. the sew one. a7-s71/. amid the Johnson landslide. I I (Continued On Page



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YOUR GOVERNMENT
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oRIZA.d Published Mondays .A WEEKLY REPORT IY

Mnwl AWednesdays, and Fridays k s:
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V MuAas l7 By TltusvIIle Sts-Advocate, Inc

c > site ei At The Star-Advocate: Building 1 :rAJtal ..,

4 7oH 1100 S. Hopkins AYe. Governor rf nortda We haven't been able to at- came to

tend the games but, from what
'. 1a The Florida Industrial Commission by Unemployment Compensation we hear, the Terriers have almost -
AM'B National
MEMBER: Florida Preen : Editorial Man and The
Aasodated Preai. ( is made up of three with more than a million "folded up".
principal divisions the Flor workers on their payrolls. It is funny how a team that Beta
Henry H. Hudson Prm. Mrs. Hazel 5. Hudson, Vtee.-Fres. Ida State Employment Serv. The Unemployment Com includes 11 men on the field the area ( )

Robert H. Hudson, SecyTreat.. ice, the Unemployment Com pensation Program provides the can be affected so greatly unteered
Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor
the
David Dunn. Advertising MET. S. L. Floyd, Circulation Mgr I sensation Division and the worker who loses his Job when one 145-pound ban carrier
Raymond B. Rutherford daialfled Adv. Mgr. +f Workmen's Compensation Di through no fault of his own with Is hurt It Is Just as though ing
vision. something to tide him and his they've given since halfback here this
up
Second clan Portage Paid at TituivUlt, Florida this that
Overall responsibility of the family over until he finds a new David Ward was injured.

Subscription' Rates: functions of these divisions Is Job. The rules are strict He i. Sure, It hurt the offense when the
Carrier Horn Delivery -1 Yr. $7.80 S Mo. $400.3 Mo. $2.25 the Chairman and two Commission must be available and wllllnj Ward But did he
By Mail in Florida 1 Yr. $6.50.Mo.. $3.SO 3 Mo. $2.00 members. The Chairman to work. He must be registeredfor was Injured. Our
Outside Florida 1 Yr. $7 JO Mo. $4.00 -1 Mo. $2.90 work at a Florida State Employment make all the defense? Where Governor
representing the public, is the -
are the 10 other starters, plus
fulltlme Director of the Commis Service office, and he '
the sub taking his place?
aloe Of the other two members, I i must be conducting a Job search I
one represents Industry and the on his own In order to receive Such a team as DeLand
EditorialsMinimum other represents labor. I Unemployment Compensation scoring 28 points on the Terriers

benefit payments.Last is certainly an indicationthat I
The State Employment Service Satellite Beach should pour
year more than thirteen
t and the Unemployment hundred claimants were disqualified ( through the line for 40 or more

Compensation Division from receipt of their points Wednesday night.
form a combination which administers benefits We've supported the Terriers
for
ProblemThe periods up to one
Wage what is known as the year for violation of the Florida a long, many years, and :
Employment Security Programin we're going right along in support I
... Unemployment Compensation
"'IlIY J
Florida. of them this and the
head of the AFL-CIO union declares that Law. Eighty-one cases were year last
: Wanda rntfu Hatty Council Florida's 35 local State Employment referred for State prosecution years ahead, but we hate to see

an increase in the minimum wage of $2 an hour is Service offices set an and two to the U.S. Department them "give up" Just becauseone we

needed. will be asked to that all-time record during the 12- of Justice. player is out. ing center
Congress approve Behind The ScenesBy month period ending June 30 Another broad of the How about it, Terriers, are bring one

figure, or one approaching it, when it convenes next this year by placing close to Unemployment purpose Compensation you going to prove me wrong? yesterday,
door bell
half million in
a people non- program is to bolster the State
year. farm and farm Jobs. In 1960, the Congratulations to Wendell Thanks,
Reynolds Knight going into furnaces. Discovery and community economy during
Many people who are sincerely concerned with NEW YORK Time was, only of particles of organic matter year prior to the establishment the business slumps, thus act.big and Chris Sease for the new the drive
by> this administration of the addition to the WendeU ful-It is
a few years back, when the I in deep sea bubble as an effective brake on a family.
the problems of the low-income groups will prob- electric utility Industry looked be a link In the food chain may that Operation Space program, 20per down-spiralling economy. has had a big year-gaining a work plus

ably look favorably on this proposal. But there is forward to its wintertime peakIn maintains life far below the cent fewer people were _The Florida_ Unemployment spot on the city council and other
also named Clubs and
the service.
a son
placed by
Craig.
power production. But today ocean's surface and also leadto compensation system /has been
involved here than meets the
more superficial eye. The main objective of Operation
the Industry does !Its biggest finding out how the first living called one of the most solvent
There is every danger that an excessive minimum business in the summertimeand things In the sea came to Space Is to find more In the 50 states. It is an insurance Things a school board member Excited
the be Jobs (for workers by developing receives when in the hos-
experts are predicting Sound waves have been system paid for by a tax
interests of those it "Doctor
harm the
wage may seriously still further gains In summer de found four times more sensitive new areas of cooperation with on the payrolls of all employers pltal: A big group of letters wife' !

is supposed to help. mand for electric power in the than X-rays in locating tumors employers. 'with four or more employees. 'from various class members

years just ahead. within the orbit of the eye. In order to be sure that Job Those employers with good from first through six year at having Is." an

Various businesses have room for people whose I Nor does anyone have to THINGS TO COME An seekers are wen qualified for employment records pay a University Park Elementary

skills are extremely limited. Retailing is a prime grope in the dark for an explan- odorless deodorant that neutralizes the jobs that businessmen want slightly lower tax than those School in Melbourne. Among Doctor: !
ation. It is generally agreed nearly odor when them to fill, the Employment whose records for steady em- the interesting information contained ed your

example. It offers employment to youngsters just that rapidly expanding demandin sprayed within every a room can also Service maintains testing and ployment of their workers is not therein (in addition to years ago.

starting out in the business world, to part-time virtually every part of the be mixed with scrub waterto counseling facilities. It has programs good. Last year 29& million "get well" wishes) were such anyone "
?
for the of choice items as "Mrs. Outlaw pendix
employment was paid out of the State Un-
country for air conditioning, especially scour odor catching corn
housewives and to others whose value to the store is older workers has not given me a Husband
in the home, Is at least' ers. An osculating electric, young people, employment Compensa spanking :
slight. If the minimum wage is boosted to the point a very major factor, If not the heater that also can be set for : and in 19(3 It placed more than lion Funds almost 13ft million yet"; "I like to play and work ever hear
all day": and "I will ond wife? _.
primary one.Support stationary operation. Has three 0,000 handicapped workers in less than the year before. hone you

where the productivity of these workers cannot for this view is foundin heat controls to 19650 watts. obs. The Workmen's Compensation

Justify it, one result is certain store operators some figures of the air conditioning Miniature flashlight, only 5ft Inches The Industrial Commission's Division is divided Into several Too Late To I'IH
long, can be recharged by administration of the Florida departments, all with the common ,
Itself which
will be forced to seek ways and means of getting reported a industry few weeks that plugging into household outlet. Child Labor Law has three ob- purpose of relieving the huuged By Russell Kay

along with fewer marginal workers. Then the unskilled 1964 sales of room air ago conditioners Also has flasher Instant !ectives. It encourages young worker and his family of

will find it harder and harder to get Jobs and for private homes would plastic cleaner for use on vinyl people to get all the education the cost of his injury. One of the most interesting no longer

household and patio furniture, they possible can; and at the Medical services and compen- articles In the current issue of each year
to obtain the experience that would qualify them approach 2 9 million a gain of
500,000 over 1963. auto and boat seats. Removes same time to obtain as much atlon for injured workers coy LOOK Magazine is entitled "A the old
for higher pay. Imbedded grime, restores valuable non-hazardous work ered by Workmen's Compensa Way out of the Calendar Mess" how

To keep pace with this rising brightness Fold-a-way bar experience as Is consistent with tion Insurance Is taken out by and presents a new, simple hath. Coqubta'j
It be that the stores and the other demand, the electric Industry
may argued for living room or patio, 38 inches good health principles. each employer in the State and symmetrical Universal "hath" the
has order 608
businesses affected could solve the problem by the today million kilowatts on of some long, IS: Inches deep and An activities of the Florida with three or more workers, I Calendar devised by Walter F. know that

simple expedient of raising prices. But that is much capacity to new be deliver generating 3854< Inches high. Comes with Industrial Commission graphic. 100,000 employers in all. The Di Rothe, 60 year old founder and begin on
<<
I two 30 inch swivel stools. ally portray the phemomenal vision's administration of the president of the Universal Calendar Sunday.
easier said than done in this area of intense com ed before 1968 a total capacty BITS O'BUSINESS-The Labrv growth of Florida business and program is financed by a small Society, Inc. of Washington Like

petition. And if it could be done, the burden of greater than the ir 56 cefVfci.6 millionklowatfM in Department reports, a rise Industry inrecent, years. This tax on the insurance premiums. D. C. -

higher prices and inflation would fall heaviest on 1948. actually capacity exclusiveof of 2 to 5 per cent in 1964 salar- Is clearly shown In the growth Two departments under the For Just about I are those
Today's as long as
ies of white collar workers of the other half of the Employ Workmen's Compensation Division change or
the low Hawaii and Alaska is 209- remember been
can have
we
wage groups.It
from clerks to lawyers, basedon ment Security program the Un- ; Safety, and Rehabilitation; Some
58,000 kilowatts in Itself vlv. about
a calendar reform
talking
a survey of firms employing employment Compensation Di. emphasize an Important part of to consider
also be argued that the stores could usea Id demonstration of the but
may explos- no one seemed to come up
250 or more men and women. vision.In the philosophy of the Division. of religious
part of their profits to take care of higher costs. lye demand for power since the Room air conditioners led a 1850 for Instance there These many functions of the with an answer to the problem. While

But these profits are a great deal less than is generally end COLLEGE of World War II. September gain in sales of all were only about 12,000 firms in the Florida Industrial Commls- Anyone who thinks about it new
ADOPTION The must realize
believed. Food chains, for instance, commonlyearn iatlon'i business and industrial- electrical appliances with a Florida with enough employeesto Ion add up to a powerful bulwark calendar is that indeed our present adjustment
year-to-year rise of 337 percent come under the program. Today to the strength of Flori a sorry with a new
only a trifle more than a penny on each dollarof firms have been urged to join mess with some months of 31
Food freezers, up 22.5 percent approximately 50,000 busl- da's modem industry and econ-: with a bit

sales. There's just no margin for absorbing wage the "Adopt-A-Collego" programto I, were next in popularity. _nausea n____ _In the___ _State__n ant__ covered n. __ ____ days, others of 30 days and one cularly as
bring the firms Into closer 0- with
increases. relationships only 28 some years and 29 benefits
with individual In others.
Birthdays, religious
would be
What It all boils down to is that worker productivity schools of their choice to helpmeet Letters From Our Readers days and holidays come on the long !
the demand of more and different dates each year and
would be
and levels related. A
wage are inseparably more young- .people. for higher the whole thing Is confusion any and
law which ignores that fact will do far more harm education way you look at it. been after

than good.Thankful. Robert J, Kclr, president ofM.T Editor Rtgardlnf' Htctta. voters think as we do. I Now with Rothe's calendar, would in find

Educational Buildings Editor We must now pause for a there would be 13 Instead of 12

Inc., which provides pay-as-you- Ilaave you ever wondered We would like to, at this deep and thorough assessmentof months and the days and datesof old practical that

Or Sorry? 10; lease and ownership financing what returns "Uncle Sam" receives time, extend our thanks and the problems that confrontus each month would consistently we put up we
of college dormitories, as a result of this election. be the same. The first of
said the colleges' "great need for his foreign aid dol. confidence to the residents of every month, for example How, you

today Is for more widespread lars? Precinct 23 (Indian River City) The great domestic issue of would always fall on Mondayand when my
The Thanksgiving Season second to Christmas
only
business but who ao faithfully devoted their the entire whether -: new month
support, including Here are recent voting records campaign was the last day of each week
in our holiday observance, is only a few days not limited to direct financial of time, energy, money and purpose we would take a path that and month would always fall Suppose
"friendly" nations
off. contributions, if they are to many to our most noble cause- leads to Socialism, or whetherwe on Sunday. ober I.

meet these great educational comparing their alignmentwith please accept our deepest appreciation would get on a road to individual With Rothe's 283rd day of
We all know the true meaning of Thanksgivingand needs" US. and Russian policiesat for aU of your support freedom, individual responsibility calendar the In the
extra or 13th month would be
be
the
the United Nations. In 11th
its humble origin with the in "Obviously, the average corporation parenthesis and individual initiative
Pilgrims a great sandwiched in between June Oct.
is the aid in millions that 3. You
.
can hardly afford to with and
new wilderness which was exacting in its toll of life provide substantial financial and : each country has received from As you know, our Precinct dignity Integrity.The and July and would be called age, of

and human suffering. But undaunted and thankfulfor other support to all the the United States: voted overwhelmingly for Senator one overwhelming fact Solarlus and every month on your
Goldwater. We can all take which is that the "lib would have 28 days. Each
appears occur on
the blessings they enjoyed they set aside many" colleges that appeal for Algeria, ((94 8) U.S. S.U.SSR. pride !in the fact that Indian era!" forces: in this country are quarter would have 13 weeks day of the


this day to give thanks to our Heavenly Father for help, Mr. Kelr said. "A n y 9: Burma ((1171)) U.S. 4, USSR River City took its stand on wen organized. We must be and there would be a one-day would
matter what its
no
the right to worship as they chose and for the size company, might, choose at least one 8; Cambodia ((3664)) U.S. 4. constitutional government and even better organized. To this holiday at the end of the yearto : and it would
USSR 8; Ceylon ((843)) U.S. individual freedom complete our orbit aroundthe
meager necessities of life. college with which to establish by casting end it Is our desire and purposeto Thursday
8 USSR. 8
Ethiopia (301.1)U.S. ) its vote for Senator Goldwater. extend and strengthen the sun. Sound ?
very close relationships In any 5 U,S.S.R. 8
; If such a calendar were
put December
What will 1964 and conservative organization which 1
Thanksgiving mean to you number of practical and helpful Even though the national election -
in
If number of Ghana (1591)) U.S. (.USSR. evolved as a result of this cam use everything from moon the new
yours? Traditionally it is a time for family gather. ways. a large ( did not go as well as launching, calculations
8 Guinea U.S. 4 U.S.S,R. paign. I know that each of through and
companies were to do so.uiany ((30 6) we an desired and
and which much I expectedand
all of
ings feasting means to us. for interest to household
Join with me In a desire to thing about.
schools would receive more aid 7; India ((4,692.1)) U.S. 8, U.S.S.R you
there is
even
though -
but tragically, it has become one of the holiday sea than they da and the end result 8, Iraq ((83)) U.S. 3, disappointment considerable we continue our organized fight for accounting would be Immensely more sense

sons when hundreds are killed and maimed on our would be a totally new source U.S.S.R. 7; Jordan ((4122)), U.S. I can all take heart la the fact what we know is right. schools simplified.and universities Schedules for calendar.

highways and in other accidents.The of substantial assistance to the 3, U,S,S,R. I; Laos ((328.4)) U.S. I that almost 27 minion American Wm C. Rodriguez and Industry ,would government better Even the
3 USSR. 7 ,
field of higher education ; I _
Florida Traffic Council Mr. Kelr's firm Is a subsidiary TTT .
Safety by and Mali (1.1) US. S, USSR. I; .TT TT. .T.T..T. .
of CI.T Financial Corporation
through the accompanying cartoon, recommended a one of the nation's largest Nepal ((67,S) US. (.USSR. 7;

gasoline additive that can make this Thanksgivinga diversified financial institutions. Nigeria ((831) US (, USSR.

lot safer for all who take to the highways SCIENCE IN THE NEWS (; Somali Republic ((38.4)) U.S. No Year's
5, U.S.S.R. (; Sudan (?t.5)) U.S.
unable to talk with
simply "regard for the other fellow". hose Paralytics around them may someday ) 5, USSR8; Syrian Arab Republic

U.S. U.S, ,
: ((83 5) 4. S R. 7;
be able to communl-
This cannot be termed
certainly a secret or FOR
U.S.
'cite Tunisia ((355 2) 7. U.S.S.R.
with others manl-
through
miracle formula but adaptation can mean the illation of their brain waves, 8; Ugando ((12.1) U.S. 3U.SS.R. O

difference in being thankful or sorry or even I An Air Force medical researcher 7. United Arab Republic ((8024)

alive. Carelessness and disregard for the rights and has found that brain waves U.S. 3, USSR 8; Yemen ((291)) This Higher
U.S. 1, U.S,S,R 7. V
safety of the other fellow as well as our own well- can be controlled by the IndivIdual -
( and he hopes to develop a Please study the above. The
being, is still the major cause of most fatal accidents.In .
in which brain
waves
system box score of voting countries
our observance of this Thanksgiving Day let can be controlled by the individual reads United States w 0 a: Savings left by the 10th of any month earn
( and he hopes to develop a None Lost: Nineteen. Tied: 1st. Savings insured up to $10,000 $30,000 for
us each also observe the rules of the road and the / and wife
system In which brain waves two. Grateful artnl they? ,/\ ) by FSLIC, a permanent agency of
rights of others making it a joyful day shared can send out messages in some "\6 V 7" Government

with family and friends and not one marred with Morse Code fashion In the This surely Indicates our tax
midst of prosperity. America's dollars are pacifying many ungrateful
tragedy and sorrow Industrial companies seeking to nations, who (In certain Jirst trat
reduce occasions have
operating costs have "mistakenly"
Will you be among those to use this recommend. tilled servicemen Current Divides
found they can cut fuel bills by our Its about Rat

ed additive? We dare say its use or non-use can burning just about any kind I time WI stopped "wetnurslng" ConpMinM* ...I L.flB Aii elatl.i off TitutvllU
mean the difference between an enjoyable Thanks of waste material as boiler fuel I this farce called the United Nations. Sami Anauall/ t

giving and stark tragedy for you and yours. Give Sugar cane fibers curet.// Downtown Office Branch
Itatryl! grounds, peanut hulls and I Open I to 3 Dally. Also 4 to 7 Friday Washington at Male 14$ N.
bark are tome of the materials' Clark C. Mcdellandi



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Nee 4 Tltwivlltt (Plerldi) SUr-Advecatc Monday, November JJ, 1144
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Hill 'N Dale Garden Rehearsals Now In Full Girl Scout Troop Engagement

Circle MeetsThe 73 In Impressive

Hill N' Date Garden Orcfc Swing On R&H's 'Carousel' Investiture AnnouncedMr.

met Wednesday, Nov. W, at Girt Scout Troop 71 held an
the home of Mrs. Wizard Hal- and Mrs. Paul S. Byars I
and Rededication
Investiture -
Impressive
Aammenteln'emusical 19M season.
comb with Mrs. John Starling Rodgers and of 24 Jules Street, Titusville
during the announce
and Mrs. Gerald 'Carousel' Is now in full Dates for the show have been Ceremony
hostesses.The Hooks ai eo rehearsal with Jake Hanneman set for Dec. 4 and S and 11 and regular meeting on Nov. 17 .t the engagement of their !
doing the Choral directing and 12. Tickets\ can be purchasedfrom Westslde Baptist Church on daughter, Eleanore Justine \
program was presentedby Roseann Crouch as Director. cast members or by calling Tropic Street Aemisegger, to Daniel Rowley
Mrs. Rita Hunter
her sub
ject being African Violets. Mrs, Besides having an outstandingcast Elnora Robinson 2674259. The program was opened with Beale, the son of Dr. and Mrs
z'" ...... -, full of voices with Memberships for next year by Deborah Boxier May Gail
: ""' < ." >v" Hunter has belonged to garden very fine S. James kale of KM Atlantic .
"b 't' N circles In other cities which to work, Roseann has announced are now on sale and may be obtained MUlsaps, Debbie Phlllipp. and
African Violets where. that her backstagecrew from Jean Holley, 267133. Elaine Williams. Each new Blvd., Jacksonville.
were studied
"iV,( .' t Circle members enjoyed exclusively It equally proficient member was then presented to Eleanore Is a graduate of Titusville .
: seeing slides of several under the Stage Manager, Ed the Troop Leaders by an older High School and is now
Austin (fresh from his on- tae Scout and each showed her willingness Jones
African Violet shows and a live Nova-Rounders Meet attending College in Or.
ly question and answer session success In "Sunday in New to accept the Girl Scout lando where she lives at the
that followed. York"). Morrie Butch, another On Monday NightsJohn Laws by lighting a candle representing Young Womens Community
cast member from "Sunday," one of the It Laws. As Club.
)!( During the business meetingan will assist Ed and they are doIng King, administrator for the girls made their Promise.
p rl artist's drawing of the pro- an excellent job of erectinga the North Brevard YMCA, announces they received their Girl S c o u t; Daniel graduated from Deur-
'. a posed Service Club Sign Display difficult set that the Nova-Rounders pin and were welcomed into the eux School. He also attended
< 'j; g which is to be erected by the I Nancy and Kathy umphrey, (Round Dance Club), organized Troop. Phila Museum College of Art '
Kiwanis Club was shown.It last week win meet .
newcomers to TLT. are getting each Monday Special recognition was paidto and Elise Frank School of Art
was decided to postpone the their feet wet doing props while evening at the YMCA BuildIng those mothers serving on the In Tampa, Fla He now works
planting of a tree at the Reha- Audrea Walker and Pat Hogan (old Indian River City Post Troop Committees: Mrs Alice for Paul Holley at Paul
: PJ bilitation Center until the time will handle make-up. Kit Austin Office and Fire House) at Magnolia Cave, Refreshment Chairman; Holley and Assoc., 1214 S. Hopkins .
of a better growing season and Coquina Avenues Titusville.
Mrs. Zona
t ; that adorable comedienne from Dyer Transportation
Mrs. Helen Dolls discussedthe Sunday in New York, is on The first of 20 one-hour sessions Chairman; Mrs. Margie Kemp,
The date will be
wedding
Garden Club's Home Tour Wardrobe. for beginners, starts tonight Telephone Chairman; Mrs. Jean announced
which to to be next April and at 7:30: with basics and Moser Chairman at and later ';
Roseann couldn't ask for a -Large;
reported on the Cocoa-Rockledge easy rounds.
Mrs. Cookie
Ginny Mlllsaps,
more favorable personnel to insure
tour of homes. The regular members of the Chairman. HAPPY
Four moneymaking projects her presenting us with a club will dance from 8:30: to
In with their workto
wonderful musical to end o u r conjunction BIRTHDAYTuesday
were presented by the committee 10:30: with a half-hour session earn the Songster Badge, the
and members voted to spon for teaching or reviewing a new members of the Troop present. November 24
sor a bridge benefit to be held McCuskeyJacksonRites or current round. Phil Betts Is ed a short program on folk
sometime in the leader and instructor.For .
February.The songs of two foreign countries. Howard Threlkeld
Will Be Held
refreshment table center further information phonethe New girls receiving their pins Pete Hobbs
piece was a lovely fall arrangement Saturday In HoustonThe YMCA 2(7-8924 or 1133, Ruth were: LInda Critchley, Nina Mrs. Wilbert Marsh
of gold and orange mums, Duff AM 7-0485, or Mary Henson Dyer, Joretta Garrett, Lou Ann

crotons and pyracanthea. A marriage rites of M It s 2674484. Kemp, Terry Kemp, Poly Mat- Wednesday, Nmmber JS
a
---;- jI
beige madeira cloth and white Elizabeth Louise McCuskey and fatal,. Debbie Moser, and Alice Billie Mare
FIRST TICKET John King, left, located in the Indian River City area. candelabras completed the de- Clifford Andrew Jackson will be UNDERGOISIURGIRY Stiff. Former Brownies recelv- Howard Swink

local YMCA executive director, is presented The proceeds from the dinner will be cor. solemnized on Nov. 28 at the Mrs Ernest R. Austin has re'I big their pins were: Darlene Mrs. Fred Welsner
with the first ticket to a complete given to the YMCA to be used to buy First Presbyterian Church of turned home from Orange Belflower, Elizabath Churchwcll Eugene Carter
I chicken dinner. The dinner is equipment. Shown with King are Mrs. f-'erjonal* Houston, Tex. Memorial Hospital, Orlando after and Mary Gall Mlllsaps. Murray B. Swann
being given by the Titusville Fire Department D. O. Kieffer of the auxiliary and The bride-to-be is the daughter undergoing surgery Tuesday Other members of the Troop Mrs. Wenzel Sobotka
Ladles Auxiliary and will be Sue Asbury, right.-S-A Photo. Mr. and Mrs.- I. B. Young of Mrs. Atkinson McCuskey, She Is confined to her Include: Deborah Boxler, Anne
held Dec. 6 at fire station number 3 have moved from 'Temple of Titusville, and Dr. Merritt C. home for the present but expects I Marie Breymaier Mary Ellen I
Heights In Mlms to their new McCuskey of Cambridge Ohio. to be out soon. I Cave. Debra Denlg. Rhonda tend to her daughter and their
home at 1180 Nassau St., Indian A graduate of Tltusvllle High Fannin, Shannon Moran, Debbie sister Scout, Susie Krlgthelr
PEO Members At River Heights. School, and Florida State University Phillipp Joan Pumphrey, Margaret desire for her quick recovery
Red Cross Holds Winter Park Hear Miss McCuskey Is presently Printing Needs! Ritenour, Kathy Welhan, from her recent unfortunate accident
; Mrs. I. B. Young has been residing Houston. The Elaine Williams and those still :
I Stevenson SpeakEd discharged from Jess Parrisb groom Is a graduate of TexasA See The meeting the membership requirements
Hospital after undergoing several &M. and ii employed at Himnicutt : Frances Arthur,
Stevenson, local artist days of tests. Jackson and Associates. Star Advocate Kim Ballentlne, Karen Baxley,
Annual
MeetingThe and owner of the Stevenson Gal. and Marcia Hendrix. :W u..
lery here, was guest speaker at I At the close of the program,
the November reciprocity "" 't, <"" {,: Y' I refreshments prepared by Mrs.
19M Annual Meeting of Program chairman, recognized luncheon of the Central Florida ,1'," Alice Cave, Mrs. Dorthy Church-
the North Brevard Chapter of I various groups and individualswho PEO Chapters last Friday. The I : A ft:, well, and Mrs. Jean Moser,
the American Red Cross was had rendered outstanding meeting was held at the dining J.. :' .' :' were served to the special fLt7RIJi7G 'fJ
called to order by Mrs. M M. services to the community room of the Mount Vernon I ';,'" guests attending which Included GREENHOUSE
Buchanan at 8:00: last Thursday through the Red Cross Blood Motel In Winter Park. \ (} the mothers of the girls and I. Phone AM 7-44M
evening at the Rockledge Program. Certificates of appreciation Mr Stevenson talked on murals ,\I'>"" Mrs. Thelma Goland, Troop Organizer 606 N. Olxl Hwy (U. S. 1))
Country Club. were presented to religious art and other aspects 4Na" and former Leader of I INDIAN RIVER CITYChanticleer
The invocation was given by those persons who had given of modern art. lie Illus ; Troop 71Leaders
Eev. Kenneth Williams which special services to this pro trated his talk with six draw. of the Troop are
was followed by a delicious gram. Inpi. Mrs. Carolyn Boxler, Mrs. Jean
turkey dinner preceding the Following this a report was I The luncheon tables were day 1e' Holley, and Mrs. Louise King.
business meeting. given by the nominating committee orated in the Thanksgivingtheme t Mrs. Krlg was unable to attend

Guest speakers! for the evening and the newly elected with croton leaves, pay .e the ceremony because of IllnessIn 'Per Bitter
were James A. Hepburn members of the Board of Directors per turkeys and fruit. The decorating a r the family and Troop 73 wish. Hair Can
field director for McCoy, Or.. are: E. Lee McCubbln, committee Included Mrs es to take this opportunity to ex-
lando, and Patrick Air Force' Jr, Vocational Rehabilitation; Henry Goethe. Mrs. Fred T Raymond'sBEAUTY
Bases, and Sanford Naval Air William Earman, Vice-Pres. Stroud Jr. Mrs. Pauline Bryan
Station, and John 0. Grant, WWBC; J. L Scearce, personnel and Mrs. Glenn Schleuter al t DON'S Floral Art LOUNGE

HI, Red Cross Field Representative manager Douglas Aircraft; from Titusville Chapter Z, hostess Your flower needs (. R. PLAZA
of Jacksonville. L. C Moorehead Culllgan\ for the November meeting my specialty! u7alla
Water Softener; Mrs. R. W. The program was arranged by
Mr. talked the 267-8527
Hepburn on
Wilson whose husband is man the reciprocity committee of
ties of the local chapter and the ager of TWA; and Dr. W. G. Chapter Z, with Mrs. J. J. Par. I
field director affairs
regarding Hayward, who retired this rlih Jr., as chairman. Introdur
of the servicemen. An Interesting
month and moved to Cocoa lion of guest speaker was by
summation of the highlights Beach from New York state Mrs. Max Brewer, president of t
of disaster relief and acme of
where he was a prominent sur Chapter Z
the odd occurrences which hap. The next meeting will be hek'in Inn
pened as a result of the devastating geonMrs
Adrienne Earnhart and January when a Founders' .... .
Hurricane Dora was - --- -
Shelley Prlsbrey were also elected Day program Is being planned.
given, by }.fr, Grant. to serve another three Mrs. U, H. Hudson of Titus "PUBLIC SPEAKING" SPEECH lie speaking", From left are Clark, THANKSGIVING DAY DINNERS
Mrs. Buchanan, Chapter year term on the board as the ville, chairman of the Central TOPIC Bill Clark of the Titusville Mrs. Chris McNeely, Mrs. Sonia Risner,
chairman, presented J. J bylaws stipulate that a board Florida group, presided. Other Toastmasters spoke to the members of hostesses; and Mrs. Linda Barr, pro Shrimp Cocktail .8$ Oyster CocktaIl .85
Bryant with a certificate of appreciation member may be elected for a TltusvUle PEO members who Theta Omicron Chapter, Beta Sigma gram chairman.-Carlson Photo.
for his fine disaster second term of three years, attended the 11-chapter meeting Sorority recently on the topic of "pub Crabmeat Cocktail .85
services to the community during but then must remain off the were Mrs. Robert Brady, Mrs. *
the year. Mr Bryant, Disaster board for at least one year. H. E, Wattwood Jr? Mrs. Rod' .
Chairman for the Central Mrs. Buchanan caned for a ney Thompson, Mrs. Jessie Pen- TABLE D'HOTERELISH
Area, presented special awardsto meeting of the Board of Direct. pc-rs, Mrs. Woodrow hcrafts
members of the communityWho ors to elect officers for the \Mrs W. E. Ziegler, Mrs, William \ To every womanwho's ever TRAY
volunteered their services coming year Immediately following Walker, Mrs. James H. SOUP DU JOUR CHILLED TOMATO JUICE
during the two hurricane watch- the Benediction given by Parker and Mr. J. W Mitchell. been with hair
es. Rev Williams. unhappy sprays: ROAST YOUNG TURKEY .S

Special recognition was givento Officers for IMiM are Mrs. with dressing cranberry sauce
the principals of the schools M. M. Buchanan Chapter BAKED SUGAR CURED
used for shelters and their Chairman; J. J. Bryant, 1st here! HAM 2.75
staffs who gave their services Vice-Chairman; Dr. T Paul 'I-I! Set'n forget is raisin sauce . . . . . .

during the two hurricane Haney, 2nd Vice-Chairman; 'I PRIME WESTERN BEEFau

threats. Ralph E. Carter, Secretary; i Jus ... ... .. .. .. 2.85MARINER'S
Mrs. Buchanan, also Blood Sherley Prlsbrey, Treasurer,

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setting lotion. shrimp oysters, sea scallop. fish 2.7 J

does I OYSTERS ROCKEFELLER
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for hair sprays. with onion I rings '...... . . . J/J

It gives you Children' Pertlent (Undar 10 Yarn) Half Price

TUESDAY DOOR BUSTER SALE a set that VEGETABLES

REPEAT OF A SELLOUT starts Brectelt Spears, Whipped "......., Creamed Engllifi Pea,
stronger, dared Carrett, Baked Pot... with' Sour Cream, Candled
lasts longer. Yam.

Here's why SALADS
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You Stuffed Bartlttt ,..,., Chert Salad Bad Choice efDrtltlnf.
spray .

before you set,
HOME MADE HOT ROLLS
not after.

This DESERTS

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Foam Cushioned Room Size strand Apple ,'-50 A la Mede45 Cheese. CaheCrem 5
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I lent wearing rayon tweet rv.i are *i practical at nair. POK A SPARKLING CLASS OP WINE
they art deceratlve. Securely tufted threugh |vte your 0* WINE COCKTAIL
backing and bonded I* a thick' bouncy l 10'"r *f ....'" This is SI I OUR WINE LIST
lubber completely bound all treund. Slid ,"
by Ira". SPECIALTY OF THE INN .
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Brownies Hold
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'''round town InvestitureCeremony

I Witk News clad Notes I

The Investiture for
J ceremony
of NortA Brevard
,
j o 'e/ / Phone 217-3994 wit uaruara car/"on Brownie Girl Scout Troop 194

was held Wednesday! afternoon,
Nov. 16. at the home of the lead
I
I Noel (Mrs. L W.) Lucas, arts Pinerldge Dr., gave an Interesting Schumate Mary Gorman, Debbie I er. Mrs. Mann, on Gregory
and crafts consultant for North and very informative talk to Miller and Lynn Uebecks. I Avenue.
I Brevard Girl Scouts, held a very members of Theta Omicron I I
successful craft show last weekat Chapter Beta Sigma Phi Sorority The Whispering Oaks Garden I, Some 12 proud mothers attended

Law-Observance And Crime the Woman's Club building.A recently on "public speak Circle will meet at I:SO a.m. (I I this ceremony In which
II large number of girl scout ing". Bill is a member of the Tuesday morning at the home of 10 little girls officially became
leaders and other interested Individuals Titusville Toastmasters Club I Mrs. A. G Romans with Mrs. Brownie Scouts.As .

I Prevention Workshop SlatedThe viewed the clever l which, we discovered, has a Doris Ruffe as co hostess Program the weather has been so
aA "gifts you can make at- "speakers Bureau". Membersof for the meeting will be lovely, the backyard of Mrs.
home" and obtained a "gift the group are available as by Betty Brtmer and Lou Row- Manna home was the setting
Public I Affairs Wilson
Department Brevard Sheriff Leigh Craft Pack" which contained instructions guest speakers for any type of ley who will discuss "Growth for the ceremony with a mirror
I of the Florida Federation and Daytona Beach Police for each Item dis program, provided they are giv and Culture of Orchids". serving as the Brownie pond.
of Woman's Clubs will conduct Chief A. A. Folsom. I played. en a few weeks to prepare their
Under the of Mrs.
leadership
a workshop on Law-Observance Three Public Affairs programs PTsi L The delightful/ array of gifts material. There Is no charge for Members of Tttusvtlle\ JuniorWoman' Mann, assisted by Mrs. Knight,
ts Included cigar boxes transformed this and of the fellows
and Crime Prevention on Nov. are developed In cooperation every one Club are busy these the girls receiving their Brownle .
,t ice4)J..fl into jewel or sewing boxes; I we've heard talk Is an exceptional
with the tax-paying: days, preparing for the big
' 24 at the Titusville Woman'sClub pins were: Kerr! Brown, Kimberly -
plastic bleach bottles cleverly' speaker If you're Interested
investor-owned electric utilities Whit Elephant Christmas Bake
Brown, Cherie Fisher
for clubwomen In District
.
cut and
of Florida, to know decorated as "piggy"banks In this program, contact Auction scheduled for their December
6. There will be three planned convey Christine Short, April Knight,
fertilizer Bob Young, 2(74101 or Or
planters
ledge and leadership on these scoops meeting Rink (Mrs. June Vicki
workshops presented.Mrs. Knight, May Knight,
and bird feeders' el Orvis 287-5709.
subjects within the Senior and ; jigsaw Fred W.) Griffin, 1041 Resells Holley, Diana Klttering and
Pat Hutchinson, policewoman
Junior Womens Clubs of Florida puzzles, toy trains, book marks, Lane, Is project chairman for
from St Petersburg, terry bibs and slippers from Theresa Tompkins, daughter Mllly Sharpe.
Workshops on combat the auction with Brenda (Mrs.
; will present a film entitled ting communist propagandaand 'I wash cloths and many others. of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Tomp Frank) Colombo as cochairmanand I Other Brownies! present were:

"The Riddle" of the Friendly American free enterprisewill For those who love to workat kins, Gray Avenue, celebratedher "auctioneer". Dares Owi-nby, Diana Lehman,

Stranger. Other special guests be presented at a later I modeling their own creations, 10th birthday recently by Mach member has been requested Peggy Garnet, Libby Manic,
who will be present are the date. r\oelincludl'd recipes for "mod.ellng having several! friends over for ti> bring one or two Brenda West, Diane Webster,

gasp". crepe paper clay, a gay party. The girls played Items for of the three Penny Green Janice McNeelcy
any
First Baptist WMU The workshop, scheduled suds-snow and suds-dough as games and chatted over refreshments categories, "white elephant" and Diana Payne These girls
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., will be e I well as paper mache with numerous of sandwiches, cake, Ice "Christmas"' or "home bakt'dR'lnds" received their pins last year
Plans Mission StudyThe preceded by a coffee hour and patterns attached to the cream, nuts, mints and cold I
JA but we hear several of the
+ Following refreshments -
ceremony
registration. Mrs. Jerry Weg- back of the Instructions. It was drinks. Attending the big party
I the girls are bringing Items In served theBrownll"
W M U. of the First Baptist were by
endt, Junior District Director I an interesting display and all were Gretchen Brown, Denise
each This auction
Church of Titusville will category. from a table centeredwith
from Cocoa, and Mrs. Richard those attending learned many Gardner, Nannette Brown, Debbie
will hold a mission study class I should provide an enjoyable eve. a white cloth, candle and
to create Moretto
Durlan Betty
Collins, District Director from ways something use- Mary
Tuesday night, Nov. 24 at 7 ning for the club members floral arrangement, ranged
Ormond Beach, who have responsiblity ful out of those "usual throwaway Wlndcll, Mary Hill, Claudia :
we're forward to U.Don't .
Allen chairman of looking Mrs. J. T. Green.
p.m. Betty I for all workshop arrangements ." around the house Walsh, Barbara Wllfert. Barbara by

the refreshment committee'l will meet with the Creamer, Cathy Dal I forget" the;; Crime Prevention
announced coffee senior club presidents duringthe William "BUT1 Clark, J7J7 'Santo, Debbie Townsend, Mary NB 4-H Leaders
Workshop sponsored by
will be served from 7 to 7.30: I
cooffee hour to assist with the Dlst. I, Florida Federationof .To Meet Nov. 25

pm.The book which will be stud community improvement en DAR Chapter Meets; Young HomemakersOf I Women's Clubs, tomorrow at

ied Is entitled "Frontiers of I tries. Celebrates BirthdayIndian I RC MeetThe the Woman's Club building The monthly 4-H Leader
Advance" by E. Luther Cope- I which will feature Brevard Training meeting for the North

land. The program will be conducted Garden ClinicThe River Chapter, Daughters Indian River City Young, County Sheriff Leigh Wilson as area of the county will be held
guest speaker. Wednesday, Nov. 25, at 130:
In three parts: Carolvn of The American Revolution Homemakers' Club met last
Nelson will lead a panel discussion -I weekly Garden Clinic for I met at the home of Mrs. Crime Prevention Is every a m. at the Citizens Bank of
members of the pan ornamental plants will be held Thomas Smith, Hut Oriole Thursday at the Civic Center one's problem, not 'Just t the police Tltiuvllle.

el will be Billie Youmans, For. Tuesday morning, from 10 a.m. Drive, with Mrs. A. K.Scht'nrk. The program of the month and sheriff departments, The Home Demonstration
rest Mitchell and Billie Hess; until noon, at the County Court as co-hostess and after reading of the 17-
"Bring 'em Rack to Life", was Agents will present the latest
Carmen Tucker will House in Titusville. year-old youth In Cocoa who
present a Mrs 11 T Williams, Past Regent research Information of Foods
film, and Betty Davidson will Everyone Is welcome to bringIn ON THEIR WAY Mrs. Bert Gass, left, and Mrs. called the meeting to order presented by Robby Clabaughand is charged with "armed robbery and Nutrition demonstrating

present a series of charts. any plant problems they may Charles Rhodes are shown as they left recently for In the absence of Mrs. S. dealt with the renovation, with intent to commit mur Quick Breads! Yeast Breads
All women of the First Baptist have, acccording to S. A. Rose, the Florida Congress of Parent and Teachers to be A Kittles, 111, Regent The alternation and adaptation of der", we feel parents should and Dairy Fotxli.
Church and their guests are Assistant County Agricultural held In Bradenton. Mrs. Gass is the president of the members celebrated the chap old clothing to make new gar- make an extra effort to attend
cordially invited to attend. Agent Brevard County Council of PTA's and Mrs. Rhodesis ter's 17th birthday ments. the session. For young people, The projects are suitable for

Fine Thanksgiving Fare the Parent and Family Life chairman of the The Chapter was organizedNov. crime prevention begins In the both boys and girls
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Titusville! High School P.T.SA.-5-A Photo. 4, 1947 with the following It was decided that Instead of
I I organizing members: Mrs. T. W. having the regular meeting next There Is no charge for the

Oyster-Stuffed Cornish Game Hens Blitch, Mrs. W. N. Burr, Mrs. month, the club would have a workshop, which begins with fLOWERS FRAN
North Brevard Nurses Hear Dr. TagudinNursing R. M Greene, Mrs F. W Hoi- Christmas Party at the home registration between 8 10 I m., ,

brook, Mrs. B. L. Kelley, Mrs. of Mrs Caye Harris, the president and aim features a film "TooYrlt'ndly "Nofl<**bly' Supa" ""
Care of Tetanus Henkel L B. Newman, Mrs. M. B. Stranger"/ Coffee will! M.mb.r riorUti Til. IMtt tr
Patients" was the subject of a Smith, Mrs. B. II. Stringer, he served by the hosteiwlng/ lilt GircUn It. IIM11I
talk by Dr. A. L. Tagudin, charge of arrangements Mrs M J. Scobie, Mrs. R. T. Featured guest at this meet- clubs. Titusville Junior Wom.an'

guest speaker to the North Taylor, Mrs. B. D. Waters, Mrs. Ing was Mrs May MacDonald Club, Indian River City I
Brevard Nurses Association V.F.W. Auxiliary J, II. Whitaker, Mrs Harry of MacDonald's Cement Farm, Woman's Club and Woman's
meeting last! Tuesday, Wilson! Mrs II. L Vaughn and who at the recent Sidewalk Art Club of Tltiwvlllo, Inc during
Introduced by Mrs. Ilelen Holds MeetingThe with Past! Regents as follows: Festival, exhibited her art and the registration hour See you RUMMAGESALE

e Merkel, program chairman, Dr. Mrs. J, 11. Whitaker, Mrs. L. D. craft made out of Sea Shells there?
detailed explanation November meeting of Titusville Invited to this meeting, Mrs ------ ------
ettrosrlFsit a
Tagudin gave Voter.arts Newman, Mrs. M. B. Smith, !
Auxiliary 4228,
of tetanus and the MacDonald graciously showed
Mrs R. T, Taylor, Mrs. H. T.
approved methods of treatingand of Foreign Wars, was held Williams, Mrs. W G. ChUton, the members how to make a"shell" Dr, R.b.rt SlIP fid opened FrL. Sat.-NOT. 27-21
at the Post Home on Monday,
nursing the malady Nov K. Mrs. A. K. Schenck and Mrs. picture. Following Its Mi aHlea! for the prictUt .f
During the business meeting, E. H. Achcraft completion, Mrs. MacDonalddrew riTUSVIUI CMAMiMOFCOMMIKCI
[ The members voted to send dentistry tt Jilt fvth Ma-
a name and presented the ilDO.
Miss Judy Young reported on Mrs R. T. Taylor, Introduced
the requirements to be used In contributions to the Depart Rev Joseph E. Boatwrlght, pastor picture to the winner, Mrs. hint' Ave we. Hires are I:JO- lpens"e4 Iy
of Florida towards De-'
ment
selecting the recipient of the of Mlmi Baptist Church, I Vivian Hanson 1100 Men thrcuah ,,101.,. 'INDIAN HIVIR HANOI

nursing scholarship being I partment Veterans of Hospital Foreign Funds Wars a Hew n J I guest speaker, who spoke on Delicious brownies and punch Saturdays by eppelntment' Will' Pick Up Dntlni

awarded by the organization.The pita! Pledge. These monies help! I Thoughts Pertaining To TimeIn were served by the hostess, Tlplwn J4MJJ5. CALL AM MUt
voted to Which We Uve. We as I
,, organization with the work at the VA Hospitals Mrs. Phyllis Undney.
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give a check to the Brevara Americans Have a Rich Heritage \ Guests
I When the air in crisp and fall leave crackle underfoot it'i Mental Health Association where local veterans are To Be Thankful"After present" were Mrs. i
'time to think of Thanksgivingday dinner. Thin year, try making County patients. Peggy Brewer, Mrs Pubic
Cornuh Game Kent. Intiiwnniv to be used toward purchasing the meeting the mem- Mrs Louis fox Mrs
dVltciom Oyiter-Stutfed Cbaney, ,
i
MS well at eaiy-to-mali* from crushed Hi Ho cracker and frozen Christmas gifts for mental Community contributions will hen were Invited Into the din- Anita Murray and Mrs. I'ary MOM and DAD..LET'S GO OUTFor
oyster stew thu itiiflinf five a unique subtle flavor to the patients. A committee was ap be made In the near future ng room at which Urn the Partridge. ATHANKSGIVING
golden brown bird Here' how to make it: pointed to be In charge of a such as baskets of ford for the members and guests enjoyed
Oyrter-Sftiffed/ Comidi Came liens Christmas basket for a local needy, Christmas gifts for t h t birthday cake, coffee parfait, DINNER
60 Sunshine Hi Ho cracker H teaspoon grated It.. ,i AIDe family I j patients at the Brevard County nuts and candles by the hostess- At Church tvfftr'
(about H of to-mince I can frown To
I package) 10 ounce*, thawed.d Mrs. Elva Saunders, Mrs. Home, etc. H.Th.i More than one hundred adults
1 teaspoon Instant onion undiluted Mary DeLozler and Mrs. Mrs. Edward Crlbblns. Poppy next meeting In December attended the putluck: church DING'S RESTAURANTu
., flake 4 Cornish fame hens about Frances Retouch were appointed Sale co-chairman: reported on will be a Christmas party, supper at the First PresbyterIan

1 flake teaipooa green pepper Yt cup 1'A Ibs melted each butter to serve on the nominating the wonderful success of the a covered dish luncheon, with Church last Wednesday I. I 1 MIU forth If NASA Causeway.

:. Break cracker into eoa,... crumb; mix well with onion flake, committee to select a panel of sale.The exchange of gifts by membersat night. Mrs. J, M. Ward- W Mlle North *f Orlamto Utilities'
pepper flake and lemon rind. in thawed oyster itew. Snip officers for the coming year.A hospital chairman Is busy the home of Mrs. Allen Taylor man, chairman of the Woman's Tel, 2.7-9742
whole oysters into several pieces ort scissors: ; ton mixture I wet.:I letter was read concerningthe collecting gifts to be sent to at Log Cabin Groves, with I Association, presided at the
Stuff body cavitie and crop of hen lightly: do not park. Fold North Brevard Loan Closet Lake City V.A. Hospital early in Mrs. Fred S. Salter, Mrs Beatrice meeting and Introduced Rev. C.mplete-l -

..wint to and taU pin! neck with skill cotton in back cord.with Brush amall hena skewer all;over tie drumsticks with which is collecting articles to December for the Christmas Gould and Mrs. W, F and Mrs. Eugene/ Kellerstorgcr. TURKEY DINNER with All The Trimmings

melted butter piece and place on rack in shallow pan. Bake in hot be used In home care of the Shelf. The veterans may choosegifts Darden, as co-hostesses. I who spoke on their experiences ADULTS 1.15 CHILDREN 7Se
oven (425'F) for about 65 rnmutea. or until drum atick are sick. Several members volunteered to be sent to their families as missionaries among the lepers -
.tender and twist a.'Torn.' : thigh. joint*. When done. remove articles for the project ; without cost to them. meeting will be held Monday, : In various African count Mil lALLOONI A LOLLIPOP P<, 'II CHILDREN' !
atnng and kewen Yield: 4 Mrving I business Dec 7 /
It was announced the December -! The next regular at the Poet home ries.
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Dorothy Sparling To Your New Home! I I
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Sveerviier
287-7267 The State of Florida that popular

Jerry Fields,

HOSTESSES maitre de of

FRANCES ILROO It is our desire to make you feel wel

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come and to acquaint you with your ...... # I LoungePALM
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U7-MU city. eaeee **"""e'v'V'ioirattla.eesaaew.M AVENUE 2I7-3M7

> JUDY CARTWRIGHT
itt-3711 has returned to his former duties at the

Colonial and will personally welcome you

If you are new in the area, a phone and your guests.

call will bring you a prompt visit from I ii i

i Your "evenings out" during this Holiday
Please her call! i
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your local hostess. give a
Season will be gayer, brighterat -

She has maps and many free and wonderful DrucrStor&s the COLONIAL LOUNGE!


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WE'LL BE OPEN ALL DAY

| Seofffsmoor NewsBy Post OfficesTo THANKSGIVING DAY--- "


Mrs. Edward Rear) tending were Mrs. Ora Phillips, Futch, Mrs. Homer Bice and Be ClosedThanksgiving FOR YOUR THKNGIWNO
Honored At Stwwtr Mrs. Carl Cantrell and Mrs. Al I Mrs. Robert Allen, Mrs. Sue B. SHOPPINGCONVENIENCE (
Levine. A shirt workshop! will Young Brevard County Home !
A house shower
warming was be held Tuesday Nov. 24 at Sa.m. Demonstration agent, win present
for Mrs. Wini
given recently I.
at the club headquarters
a program on "Decorating
fred Shaw St Dinner SpecialsITEMS
on Magnolia
Hostesses, Mrs. Robert Allen if the building Is wired for I the home and Church." Many The TItusville Post Office and
electricity, otherwise it win beheld decorations will be IOD
and Mrs. Grady Sanders ser Christmas the Indian River City station & PRICES EFFECTIVE
at the home of Mrs. Ethel
Is
The
on display. meeting SATURDAY
ved refreshments to about 50 Woods. will be closed Thursday, Nov. MONDAY THRU
open to the public.
people. Friends attended from U, in observance of Thanksgiving
Merritt Island, Titusville, New Alto Still Mining I ; Day Center
Unit
X Shopping
Smyrna Beach, and here. Mrs.I -Ray Cemlnf Tiiusville ;
Everltt
Allen
(2-year-old will
I The Chest X-Ray Center
Shaw received many lovely brother of C. E. Allen, Is reported be here Nov. 24th at Jones City and Rural Routes win not
gifts bors.from friends and neigh still missing from the Store. II operate. Outgoing mall will be Washington Ave, Tiiusville I
home of tem Crofton in Gaines dispatched and all Special Delivery
ville. Authorities believe Allen PtrwnalfMr. I and perishable mall will
Homtmakr Meet may have been picked up and Mrs. Edward Wilsonof I be delivered upon arrival, announced MEWS FRUIT OF THE LOOM
Homemakers Club held a by motorists, and being retarded McCiyvlIle, Ga., have been
Herman
E. Wattwood
workshop Tuesday at the dub would not be able to tell visiting the past week with Mr. Postmaster THERMAL UNDERWEAR
headquarters. Lad I Ie. made them where he lived. Anyone and Mrs. C. E. Allen, his sister ,1
Christmas decorations from having any information la urged e
coat hangers and artifice fkw to contact C. E. Allen at Mr. and Mrs. obert Walker Youth Charged With DRAWERS "J59 ,1-
ers under the direction of Mrs. once. and daughter Janice, of Arkansas Robbery, To Face SHIRTS "I59
Al Levine. Members
attendingwere are now residing in their
Mrs. Curtis Futch, Mrs. Christmas Pr.granPlann.d new home on Magnolia St. Court Of RecordThe
Ethel Woods, Mrs. Walter
Locke, Mrs. Edward Host Mrs. A meeting was held recentlyat Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rost case of William Davis, "ARMOUR STAR" GRADE "A"TURKES
Ruby Gower, Mrs. Robert Al the home of Mrs. Mary and family have moved to their the 18 year old Tltusville youth
len, Mrs. Price Han, Mrs. Warren Slaby, of Titusville to make new residence on the corner of who has been charged with
Hawthorne, Mrs. Homer plans for the Christmas program Magoon Ave. and Travis St strong arm robbery, auto theft
Bice, Mrs. Doland Cantrell, to be held Dec. 8th at and attempted break and entry
Mrs. Dan Sanford, Mrs. Oscar the Indian River City Civic Mrs. Robert Allen, Sheila, ,last week will be tried in the
Zimmer, Mrs. Robert Wright, Center from 1 p.m. to S p.m. and Mrs. Doland Cantrell spent Court of Record, according to
and Mrs. Al RIsselL Guests at- Others present were Mrs. Curtis Friday in Daytona on business ponce authorities.

Members of the detective bureau -

. : Palm Harbor-Be//wood I and Ptlm. Arnold Slenu,
who originally began the investigation I
met with County Judge

(By Vera York Simmons) lie did visit friends and relatives Mr and Mrs. Randall Hess the Virgil decision.Conkling today and made
Mr and Mrs. Clyde Grahamare and he did bag a deer, had u their guest last week
now new residents of Bell- one that weighed 250 pounds, Mrs. Ht>.ss' mother, Mrs. Myrtle
wood. They live on River- field dressed.Mr. Shuman, from Monticello, Mrs. HOTICB OF 1HTB1TIOH' TO HENS (or) TOMS14Lb.
view Boulevard and have come and Mrs. Boushey, their Shuman came to Titusville with BKUHtTKR riCTITIOI RANG
to this areo from Dublin, Ga. IOn, Paul, and daughter, Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey of Monti- No.In 117S compliance, Chapur with Number HOUM scale Bill
r
Mr. Graham, a lineman with have lived In Florida almost cello who visited their son, mid Law..ril of.n riorlria..d will mliUr Lou of with 1141. tb.the I
Bell Telephone Company, was two years. Lawrence Ralley of Cocoa. Clerk! of th. Circuit Court InBrevard I
recently transferred her. The Since Mr. Boushey returned ro.lpt of County proof of Florida publication noon of and
Up
Grahams have two children. home, his parents, also of I Six year old Beverly Hess, thli notle. th. following flotltloui C
Washburn, have Joined their of Palm Harbor got the thrill aim, which to-wltt I Edwards am enraged Realtyunder In
Mllford Boushey of SIS Janna son and his family in Indian of a lifetime Saturday when Real Relate at 11 Baldwin Shoo-
St.,. recently flew to his home- River City for the winter mon she caught a large jack fish in pint and that Cantor.th., Tllaavlll.underalitn.A, Florida li the. II I I
town of Washburn, Maine. Mr. ths. the Indian River Beverly nnlr.person Inttruted In laid bee.l0en ;
Boushey'i trip had a two-fold was boating and fishing with Dated at Tltutvlll.. Florida, thin i'' i
purpose to visit friends and Eric Mays, of May's PlumbIng her father and brought in several M dar Mary of Nor B. Edward A D. 1M4. LB."Tender
relatives and to go deer huntIng In Bellwood, has taken a fish with her cane pole. Nov. 23, M Deo T. 14 (Mon) 1M4. .
I Job as plumbing Inspector In
Both alms were successful Palmer Ohio. Chick" Fla. or Ga. Whole
Mr. Mays is originally from I "SUGAR CURED" "
Palmer and served a" year

Lally To Address term large there in the as'30s.councilman at S) SUPER PLENAMINSSALUTES

The Mays have lived and FRYERSLb. SMOKEDPICNICS
Space SeminarThe operated a plumbing shop in OLYMPICPERFORMANCES -
Bellwood for the past U years GREAT

speaker for the Nov. 24 with the exception of one year .4' ,:"
Space Technology Seminar will In Titusville. Mr. Mays has
be Vincent E. Lally, manager been since in the plumbing business .
1925.
of Scientific Ballooning Facilities
for Atmospheric Research Christmas Mrs. Mays plans to spend the PAAVO NURMI (Finland) I
holidays in Ohio
I at the National Center
for Atmospheric Research, with her husband and will join U I In the apace ot two hour won the I
Boulder, Colo. him there permanently when 1924 Olympic: 1900 and 6000-meUr C
ill
He is also chairman of the business arrangements here are f Rf1< event Between 1920 and 1928 the
Committee on Atmospheric completed.Don Flying Finn"won a total of seven :
Measurements of the American fold medal, ILb.2I'
Meteorology Society. Lewis has recently come ill EpgNINS I
Mr Lally wu research man. to Palm Harbor from his home FOR U8E BY T118I 1
ager of Teledynamlcs Corpora- town of Salisbury, Md. Don is ,/d SELECTEB TEAM
I t w
lion In Philadelphia, and was living heer with his sister and OLYMPIC I
chief of Meteorology Equipment brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs.
Development Group for the Kenneth SmithgalL rr,
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Air Force Cambridge Research Don Is a senior at Titusville "FOLGERS"
Institute. lie holds a degree In High School and a part.time "Oven Nuts
Meteorology from the University employee of Publlx food store
of Chicago, and a degree In in Tltusville. e e RraeU r e INSTANTCOFFEE I GOFRUI"nd

Electrical Engineering and Engineering The Smithgalls are also from

MIT. Management from Salisbury and have been resident INDIAN RIVER REXALL DRUGS
of Palm Harbor once May
The subject of his talk on I of this! year. "I**" PLAZA- RT. SO INDIAN RIVER CITY a CAKES3LB.
Tuesday will be "Scientific Bal .'
looning". The talk will be divided I. I GIANT 10Oz. JAR ',' t
into .
three parts. He will -
first give a brief description of
the capabilities of existing bal.loonlng II
-I I
vehicles available to
carry scientific payloads to high
i

altitudes.The second part will be a description $ r11, C
and film presentationof 99
the slraloscope to be used on 99
the telescopic systems, which by t e I
coincidence are planned to be
flown on Nov. 24 on the first I CAKE

completely optical flight instrumented balloon I LOANSr

The third part will be a description (..110', 0,... WIth...... U ..._ More Fwd Order III.. _.n..._' _
of the capabilities of I
small super pressure balloon I i Frth "Picnic Sty" FANCY "WESTERN"STEAK
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r Navambar 23, TltwavtHe, (FlorHa), Star-Attocato Page 1 Riddle, and daring the discus
sinus of oM buatneM, memberswere nJ) ft.(...t.SJ.a St te&f 1m
l- : rom*sled of the "Staffing

Idh River City. So IsfiasvEile NewsFavorho of Partv"their to courwtor be held, at Mrs.the Detor-home a Ij

es Surrwwy, Stt Byron Avenue.
I Recipe Hospital Auxiliary, Titusvffle; which will entitle him to retire. were welcomed back into the Leonard Rowe;; Lady Assistant Articles such as thread, foam
Of Florida Mrs. Henry Wagner, Brevard They were stationed in Okinawa I Club Steward, Ivah Standish; Three I rubber and stuffed animal kits (j]
Recipesof County Homemakers' Council for three years and returned The Snriftts: recently celebrated Year member of the Executive should be brought This projectis
Favorite
The book, Merritt Island; Marie F. John to the United States on May their Mod wedding an- Committee, Floyd Sla dib. this month's community missions
Florida, Just 900 off recipes the press fromWomen' son, Amherst Homemakers'Club 10, Jim was then assigned to I niverMry on the same date in Refreshments were served by and the stuffed animals i TUESDAY I WEDNESDAY COUPON SPECIALSSWIFT'S
contains some Flori Satellite Beach, formerly the Helicopter Mechanic's September as the Wtet Virginia the Rome Economics Committee will be given to Central Baptist
leaders in
Club
River CityHomemakers' from Indian River City; Mrs.L. School at Fort Eustis, Va., fora Picnic was held. On that date, Oiurch's nursery for Christ.
.f da. The Indian Club has begun L. Milliken, Garden Club 1} week's course: and now, S3 years ago, the EnrigMs came mas. ICE CREAM
which is Eau Gallie and Mrs. L W. having completed that course, to Titusvilte as newly-weds and P.T.A. Convention Sometime in December, the
heir sale of this book for Koller, Episcopal Church Women's he Is assigned to Fort Lewis, have lived here ever since. girls will have a Christmas
{ cold only through clubs Club, Melbourne. Washington State. Several members were re Three members of tile Coquina I party. The party Is in planning Iv-i Famous Gold Crest
fund-raising purposes. I'.T A. stages now.
Mrs. Shreves is registerednurse organization wore
a had
In the particular case of the Pounds and formerly worked for cognised birthdays.as A having letter Just was read delegates( to the Florida P.T.A. The Mission Study Program Half Gallon ]IC
Club Convention was given by Carolyn McAllis
,
Indian River City pro Pan-American at Kennedy in Bradmton last
Mrs. Ethel Barton and Mrs. Cape by the Chaplain, Mrs. Florence *&
ceeds of this sale will go to week. ter. The program concerned ASSORTED FLAVORS
While In Okinawa, she
Richmond, from Mrs CharlesLa
Scholarship Loan Fund to Florence Fox, sisters from Mrs. Sue Coleman, Mn. Pat Korea.
their
worked as a nurse at the School Borie the bad news I
assist deserving, qualified and Dallas Center, Iowa, aunts of. there for American children that Mr. La giving Borle had recently Stuckey and Mrs. Jinwtta Those present were: Helen COUPON "i'i; \
Individuals who have sat Mrs. Van Shuler, former Postmaster Wright tell\ that there were Riddle, Adams,
needy and In the us Becky Margie
isfactorily completed high of Indian River City, hospital passed away. They were in St. 1200 people at this Convention! I Spears, Donna Thomas, Dolores PEANUT BRITTLE r
when this sad event I
Petersburg
I school and can qualify for col who regularly spend their winter and a vide program was covered Swrcncy, counselor, and Carolyn
lege entrance. All Homemakers'Clubs in our city, have Just arrived Birthday Dinner occurred. and (the interchange of McAllister. t\
In this County have similar for this next winter's sojourn : Mr. and Mrs. Web Summersof Host and hostess for the Ideas showed everyone how Important -I Famous Sophie Moo C.r
Sj) funds. I II in our balmy climate. State Road No. SO entertained evening were Mr. and Mrs. the r T A. organisation 12 1 -... loiRo9. 28C t IYa
In reviewing this book, it is: I last Sunday with a birthday Bert Freeman. Games were was to the community and to I Homomakori' WorkihosiA Jtelimit t li
I Mrs. Dennie Ruth Alexanderand played after the meeting and 5
25 club dinner at their home, honoring the public schools of the area. ,
Interestlngf to note workshop was held at the .. .
I children, Connie, Diana Rood fellowship prevailed. Some ( I riM MUM* t r wq II 1) f'j
James Runnion on his birth The three delegates will, in Center -
Brevard County I Ii Omnty Agricultural ,
I .women from 'rSR. "
of 241 32 at the
and Harold McBride, persons were present
due ,
course make their report 1116 West Cocoa
printed King Street
i I. therein.have their They recipes list as follows: Swift Avenue, departed from. day.The following attended: Mr. dinner and meeting, which Is to the Coquina i'.T.A. organisa Thursday under the auspices of COUPON ;arar?' ,, ,,..,
McCoy Air Force Base, Orlando an excellent attendance for early
and Mrs. Harry Shouse Mr. lion
Woman's the Indian River 1I0menAkt'rs'
Plumb. City -
James
Mrs. last Tuesday for Enid, in the season as the Club
River Mrs. and Mrs. Chris Runnion, Mr. Club. ALKA SELTZER t.L
Club, Indian City; -
I Okla. to be near the bedside of Robert Voss Mrs. Mc- only numbers 40 members.
Vo- Virginia : Y. W. A,
Junior News
, r Jackie Duchalne, Mrs. Alexander's father, B. M. Mrs. Ethel Currey, long an
,: men's Club, Cocoa; Mrs. Pat Patzkowskl, who is suffering Clung Runnion, Jimmie and Mr Summers and Mrs.Kim The Mary Render Young Women's exponent of useful handicrafts, l i:
I Pjernlng, A.A.U.W. Merritt Island from a heart attack and cancer.It James Runnion. Orange News Auxiliary net recentlyat accompanied by Mrs. Florence Bottle of 25 P I
Bristol, 3 7c
Harris Strom, the
Mrs. vice-president of
r ; will be remembered that I Indian River Grange No. 181 the Central Baptist -Re9.54eal.l
Homemakers Club, Melbourne; local club, Mrs. Catherine Hell- rrf
Mr. Patzkowsk! was a regular Little League Meeting met at the Indian River City Church In Indian River Clly t
Mrs. Sandra Evans, Younghomemakers' penstcll, and Mrs. Evelyn
River annual visitor to the Alexander Civic Center Thursday evening.The The business meeting was I was .MUM. Mira Wd.' 11'1III
Indian
Club
residence, usually timing his The regular monthly meetingof
following were re opened by the prudent HrU'n Continued on Pogo I
guests
City; Mrs. Iris J. Barbour visits to coincide with certain the Women's Auxiliary of
United Church of Christ Fellowship cognized; Mina Wagar of Webs I
astronaut launchings. He tooka the Indian River I City Little
Melbourne; keen Interest In the space ef League will be held tonight at ter Grange in Webster, N Y WHiSit'BRO M1
and Elvia Eaton East Candla,
Gladys Mitchell, Garden Club, Iin the Cmmunlty Roomof ,
I J t.
fort.Mrs. N. H. No. 302.
t Satellite Beach; Mrs. M. M. Alexander and the the River Lanes Bow Grange I CASH
Buchanan, Cocoa-Rockledge I children will remain in Oklahoma ling Alley In the Indian River Final arrangements were J
'Garden Club, Cocoa; Betty till Christmas and possibly Plaza. made or the rummage sale to I Full die. durable Ce
Weleand. American Legion Auxiliary longer. His many friends Much organization and reorganization be held in the Tltusville Chamber ifrjw 2 ..
: Eau Gallie; Mrs. Thomas here wish Mr. Patzkowskl a Is necesary and of Commerce Building on bargain .. l?.

L. Kenaston Jr., Brevard speedy recovery. all members are urged to at Nov. 27 and 28. If anyone has ONE DAY SERVICE (L6a11 I .HH .a..'!_ HfM*. Still. )
County Medical Auxiliary, I I tend. All Interested individualsare rummage piled up, ready for
Rockledge; Mildred Anderson, Recent visitors at the home welcome to this meeting. this sale, please call 267-3161. S50.00
Bethel Church, Women's Missionary of our wintering friends Mrs. Election of officers was held to $600.00 ram_ COUPON ni_ .
Council; I Kitty Beer and Mrs. Lillian Tourlit Club with the following elected for Make The Arrangements By Phone
:
Mrs. Harry Bobst, Homemak Pope, who come from Vermont the ensuing year: Worthy Master LilT
ers' Club Cocoa; Mary E. are Mrs. Mabel Hemen I The Indian River City Tourist I I William Rowe; Overseer,
Chapman Homemakers' Club, way and her sister, Dorothy, Club held its regular meeting Glen Richmond; Lecturer 2674331Southern
Eau Gallie; Mrs. Ruth E. Bell, from JcffersonvUle, Vermont last Wednesday evening preceded Helen Rowe: Steward, Bertha ramwg PERMANENj
American Legion Auxiliary, Mabel was Postmaster at Jef by a covered dish din Demond; Assistant Steward,
Post No. 81, Eau Gallie; Mn. fersonville for SO years and is ner.Mrs. James Dutchess; Chaplain. Utually
Claude R. Graham, Homemak now retired. The Hemenwaysare Paul Mann, president, Florence Richmond; Treasurer,I Loan Company I slue I '
ers' Club, Indian River City: staying in Daytona at this was In the chair. Mr. and Mrs. Alberta Dutches; Secretary, 311 S. WASHINGTON
AVE. TITUS ILLU
Mrs. Jack Larks, Junior Wo- time and came on over to find Charles Enright of Titusville Dorothy Bowley; Gate Keeper,
men's Club, Titusville; Mrs. some more Vermonters to visit -- g wzf COUPON ffWttWiflfl .
Edna Futch, HomemakcrT They will spend the winter In .r" \>'1\!; .a *r ; .t m'F :' .
Club, Scottsmoor; Mrs. Peggy Florida. u.> W' r." .).>"' )W }\", WELCOME
:5. Harris First Methodist ,l
: 'f" .' ,
Church Women's Society, Cocoa From OkinawaMr ;
Beach; Mrs. Otto G. Sorel, and Mrs. James L. r (: I alas, heavy duty MATj''lin
AAUW, Melbourne-Eau Gallie; Shreves and children, James 10, ....,','. black rubber.
Mrs. Charles Warner, 4-Corn- John 8, and Joseph 2 are visiting \ w ,ti>r 95c Value
rnunilles Homemaker's Club, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \
Bellwood; Harry Shouse, of 300 Osceola luI.: limit I vim...MINK thru_ (J]
Louise six '
Curry, St. Mark's oadR. arY .
Methodist Church W.S.C.S. Mr. Shreves is a Spec-5 in rt '' .. rj_ coui'ON
Satellite Beach; Mrs. Fred the U. S. Army and is nearinga ff
Salter, Jess Parrish Memorial period of 20-years service, '
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$9.4 Million Contract ( ; GEDonatesAtmosphericTest I I. R. C. NEWS

\ Continued From Page 7

i r Williams, Instructed I some 45
ladies from all over Brevard

\ Let For Additions To Chamber To BED County making In crystal the plastic handicraft dishes of,

trays bowls Christmas decorations -
alt taka the components to be tested and observed I etc. She also demon-
average"ou An environmental test chamber needy, made the presentation
e. I
wise about four dlecUoob donated by the General I Nov. 19 to Dr. Jerome P. Keuper In extreme environmental strated the art of making birdcages -
\ Building Se ID ODe stamp book' I conditions. out of ree Spacecraft Electric Company to Brevard President of Brevard Engineering
I Engineering College, is a valuable \ College.Temperatures. Dr. Keuper reported the test
I da and Louisiana" ((1818)), I addition to BEC's growing from 100 de- chamber would find extensiveuse School students enrolled in the
: Three construction firms The high bay area of th* the building James Grant Forbes' "Sket inventory of research and lab greet C to plus 200 degrees C! at the college, not only In Cooperative High School Col.
: from Minnesota, Iowa and Tex building used for spacecraft as- The Canaveral! District of the ches of the Florldas" ((1821)), oratory equipment. I and atmospheric pressures from the physics program but also In lege Science Program, supported
as have been awarded a 19412C28 ,- and I Corps of Engineers also has announced M. M. Cohen's "Notices of G. T Smiley, Manager of I sea level to 80,000 feet can be the college's fundamental research by the National Science
thf ad'
: Joint venture contract sembly and testing, the award of two other Florida and the Campaigns" General Electric' Apollo Sup obtained easily in this chamber: programs. Foundation will utilize the test
: to expand the National Aeronautics Joining four-story laboratory contracts: for NASA work. (1836)), John T. Sprague's Florida port Department at Cape Ken.I thus allowing materials and In addition, Melbourne High chamber In their studies.
and Space Administra and control area, both will be S. 1 Goldman of Winter War" ((1848)), Joshua Gid-
tion's Manned Spacecraft Operations extended 17> feet to the west. Park, was awarded a ( %.m dings' "The Exiles of Florida"
Building in the Merritt The three-story administrative contract for modifying part of ((1858)),
Island moon launch area. and engineering area on the' the laboratory area In the Man- George M. Barbour's Florida
Receiving the contract from north side of the building will fled Spacecraft Operations for Tourists
Invalids and Set-
the Canaveral District of the U. be expanded 277 feet to the west BIIfld1ft, to serve u. clean tiers" (1881), John Wallace's
and 177 feet to the east. room for spacecraft malfunction
: S. Army Corps of Engineers "Carpetbag Rule in Florida"
I were Donovan Construction Co.,I' Two enclosed corridors will investigation ((1888)), W. W. Davis' "Civil War
: of St Paul, Minn.; Power Engineering be built to connect the second Frank A. Kennedy Inc., of and Reconstruction in Florida"
Co., Inc., of Sioux and third floors of the administrative I Cocoa Beach, was awarded
(W13)), and T. F. Davis' "His-
city Iowa, and Leslie Miller, and engineering office an 82,7M.7J contract to resurface tory of Jacksonville Florida
area with the and three mOes of the WilsonTttusville \-
laboratory
Inc., of Fort Worth, Tex. The and Vicinity" (1925).
Joint venture, listed from St. control area. Additional parkIng -! road! on Merritt Is I
Paul, submitted the lowest of lots will be built south of, land.

three bids for the work. I
When completed In late 1965,
expansion of the building will Facts Concerning PurchaseOf TITUSVILLE'S OLDEST AND FINEST JEWELERS!
provide NASA with additional

areas command for, service checking and out lunar the Florida Brought To Light 1PLACE WISBY JEWELERS

excursion modules of the three- a
man Apollo spacecraft, along Most students lean that the His book, which was reprinted
with additional administrative United States purchased Florida this year by the University of
and engineering space. from Spain In 1811 for $5 Florida Press as one of the 338 S. WASHINGTON AVENUE TITUSVILLE
The new work will add 248- million. Quadrlcentennial Editions of YOUR
COO square feet to the 366,000 It Just Isn't so. the Florldlana Series, Inspired
Square feet of floor space al Rembert W. Patrick gentral other historians to research the WANT AD

editor Florida of Press'the Ftoridlana University Facsimile of facts"The of Parchase-Ftorldi'i of"purchase.milt"" TODAY WITH CLOSED 1 TOMORROWWISBY ] [ ;

and Reprint Series, pointsout was edited by Weymouth T. _
; In the preface to "The Purchase Jordan, head! of the Depart STAR.ADVOCATE- j
buUdlng.U of Florida" that, by the ment of History" at Florida
; provisions( of the Adam-Onls State University, who is now In
Treaty In 1821, Spain gave the Tubingen, Germany, on a Ful-
United States title to Florida In I bright Fellowship. AND $AVE! 1 I n 1 ( r r

1207 N. Mill, Orlando, GA 3.0155 exchange for American relinquishment Other books In the series In.
of all claims to Texas. -elude Jean lUbaut's "Whole and
Not a penny changed hands. true CALL[ 267-4711
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Commodores Upset Melbourne





,Cocoa Beach lau Gallie Register Wins


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Eau Gallie's come from behind as having one of the most experienced yard's big six schools duringthe games can change the top pos tories and no losses, while their the Commodores were In for an-
14-13 victory over Mel- backfields in the weekend. ition on Brevard'i county title overall record is 711. The loss other thrashing, as the Bulldogstook
bourne Friday night was prob- county, finally exercised that Titusville was knocked off the race. was an upset by St Augustine a commanding, but not
ably the biggest upset In Bre- voice as they fought off a one roost by DeLand, and Cocoa Until Wednesday night, the 7-6 two weeks ago. comfortable 13-0 lead.
111Wlf vard's "big six" race for this time 13-0 deficit to defeat the Beach was edged by Daytona Satellite Scorpions are still the At the end of the first quarterof But, Quarterback Keith May-
year. Bulldogs. Beach Seabreeze 6. 0. unofficial champs of Brevard the Melbourne. Eau Gallie field connected with Richard
The Commodores, regarded It happened to three of Bra I However, none of the three County with four straight vie, i game: fans probably thought Callaway In the second periodon
an 18 yard scoring play and
1 Melbourne's lead was cut at

Terriers face "Bi Six"Leaders I halftime Eau Gallie's to 137. final scoring

] play came with five minutesleft
I In the game. Steve Soren-
cnme. son clicked off five yards
aar4e fwdw Spark Ukr I around end for the score.

If Tltusville plays ball against Satellite here Wednesday Satellite HereIn i I I Cocoa Beach, now, tied with

night like they did Thursday against Deland, It might be a long I' Eau Gallic for last place on the
evening for Terrier football fans and the Terriers. i 'big six" ladder, since Eau

Since very few people escorted the Terriers to DeLand i, Gallle dumped Melbourne,
Thursday we might give a run down of what happened. made the going rough for Daytona -

Fans have read game stories where one team could do no Thanksgiving Eve Tilt Beach Seabreeze Friday

wrong and another team could do nothing right. Titusvllle was I night.Alan Hager, the same young-
y the team that had difficulty doing anything right and DeLand, : ster who ran over Tltusville for
well one can easily guest, was the team that could do nothing
Satellite Beach should be date In the schedule, and should remainder of the season. over 100 yards offensively, ran
wrong.The and have all first 15 yards with 2:35: left in the
Terriers passing attack was not as sharpe as It had I healthy to all extremes nearly atringeraready The Scorpions, Brevard Coun
have of and rearingto for action. undefeated team this game.
plenty pep ty's only
been In previous games, however this corner will venture anohergueua After Seabreeze scored Its
go Wednesday night as the The Terriers are still recuperating season has all but wrapped up
that Titusvllle's running attack was just as good, if not
winning touchdown, Cocoa
unofficial champs of Brevard from Injuries and a 28- the county championship They II game
better Thursday than it his been all season. county meet the Titusville Terriers 12 upset to DeLand last week. have defeated the second ranked { Beach came charging back,
Titusville was lacking one punch. That unusual play which I in a Thanksgiving Eve Only two veterans will see action Cocoa Tigers. | completed two passes and got
they always seem to come through with at the right moment. encounter on Draa Field. In the backfield, and several Coach John Gaines Tltusville 1 the benefits of two Sand Crab
They needed that explosive scoring punch. The game will close out the key defensive players are Head Coach did not commentthis ,j;;.} \ "ii The shotgun formation which proved profitable on several i season for both teams. also injured. week, whether the Terriers .i;..'". j' two yard line. On the next play,
occasions never made an appearance against DeLand. The Tea Satellite Beach, with a 7.1.1 David Ward, the main stay would use mainly a ground at- ,,:.4 'Cocoa Beach fumbled on the
Ion was probably due to injuries. record has not played a baIl in Tltusvllle'i offense was injured tack against the Scorpions or r ;,<., t..1t'j1 two, and Seabreeze recovered.
It could easily be stated, Titusvllle's passing attack accounted game for two weeks, after taking two weeks ago against Sea stick to their usual passing l sit .'"1 < i Hager and Hogan both pickedup
for one touchdown and helped on another, however many last week off for an open breeze and will be sidelined the game. Against DeLand last I over 50 yards rushing in the

aerials fell short, and yet some were dead center in the hands week, the Terriers counted '' Ut\ tWi/ game.
of receivers and dropped out. heavily on their ground game (} <:J I The Sand Crabs fumbled away
1. For the first time this year, Titusvllle had to rely for one Equipment For THS's Physical because of several backfield injuries. 1 three touchdowns earlier In the
first halt.Titusville's.
entire game on a running attack. Charlie Huggins didn't have .
I I Terriers had to
time to half way take aim and complete a pass on some plays
'I.ttJ rely on a running game against ::
and that might account for another reason why the Terriers Fitness Room Due For ArrivalEquipment r11iI' DeLand Thursday. Their
had to run instead of throw. City School To passing attack was hampered
If it wasn't for the combined efforts of about six organizations for Titusville letlc departments," Gaines I considerably as several key
at Titusvllle High, there's three or four things In the school High's new physical fitness said.Ordered Plan Weekend I olayers were injured and unableto
that wouldn't bo there. building should begin arriving is a lateral machine perform.
Take for example, the glass backboards In the gymnasium, sometime this week, accordingto for development of chest and ,
and the brand new trophy case are all made from flab This Athletic Director John Gala- back muscles; five isometric IHS Activities :. ". ,..nt
-r
year, they're making traveling jackets out of fish. es."The racks; three adjustable Incline: ,. ,.', ..<:; .'t """ ,.. 'j'. 1 ..-." Standings
Naw, that doesn't sound right They were not made from equipment, valued at benches; five king size abdominal City Recreation Department t '
fish, Frank Tomdale, THS Assistant Principal explains It this close to $2,000, should add tremendously boards; one set of dum- will sponsor activities each if (.; I 1
way to the school's ath- bells; one leg curl machine, for weekend at Titusville High 5. j '*' / Tom "BIG Wow eax Lent TIe4ealalllta
"The annual TitusvlUe High School fish fry will be held leg development; one squat School gymnasium, beginning 4 0 0
December 5," Tomdale said. rack; five all purpose benches; Dec. $. Recreation Director .'',1'' ,j I I'if C Tltuivllla,... 4 a 1 1 1 0
"Proceeds from this year's fish will be used to buy all. Local Keglers one york deluxe set; five leg Jack Miller announced today. Melbourne 1. 1
EftU Qtlllt 1. 0
"Under the coordinated efforts .. : \ : I Ir.
School traveling? jackets"Savvy press machines, for developingleg of the school and city ... .t., 'a, Cocoa Beach ALL 0"1:11 1.: 0

Actually the annual fish fry, Is the largest school benefit Leading Classic strength. the gym will be open from 1 till i '. /. .- ...... -'"'"..,-,,,, <,,.. r., 801411111.T... Win T Legit 1 Tied 1
Ten sets of
held all ;year long. Olympic weightswere 5 D.m. Saturday and Sunday I Cneoe e a o
The money received from the benefit goes directly back into also ordered. afternoon lSu a _drop-in_ center Tltuivlll Eau Oalll 4 s.e 0 I
the schools. The new building was completed for all ages," Miller said. I TOUCHE I I Fencing was introduced at Brevard Melbourne I e 1Coco.
Bowling TourneyRay "The Suoervlsor will check Junior College recently when a of interested Bench I T 0
Tomdale said he guarantees the fish to be delicious and fresh two weeks ago, and also I group
I out basketballs, volleyballs etc., students met to begin learning about the exacting
im tiling like all mullet houses the school's I
Nelson Insurance Bowl- new hand to partlcloants and several 'act in the fencing position are Charles
Ing team took over first placeIn ball courts. ivities will be available, including Kendrick and Don Williams. \S
the Eleventh Annual St. tennis, volleyball, basketball I 7tno
Basketball At -4
Midget League Petersburg Woman's Bowling and wekhtllftinjt.!
GamesWednesday .
"Plans call for the
Classics this week in St Peters organization

THS Planned For Nov. 11 burg. of teenage basketball Read The Ads And Profit tak 666
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Gym After two weeks of bowling, 0.ms league for boys on Saturday .
the team took top spot with a afternoons.
Titusvllle's midget basketball games 2947 series on games of 1019, Satellite Beach at Titusvllle "The School-City type of recreation -
league will begin at Tltusville Included In the clinic will be 1000 and 928. Is very successful in
High school November 21. ball handling, dribbling, lay Ellle Holmes led the team Cocoa at Mainland some states and we feel it will

Coordinating the program Is ups, passing, and offensive and with a 628 series and a high DeLand at Sanford be been successful here. We with have this
Frank Tomdale, under sponsorship defensive tactics.In game of 189: Clearlne Gleason experimenting
in the Gibson school
of the City Recreation February Tomdale plansto shot a U8 game and 549; Thel. Seabreeze at New Smyrna i program
area and it has met with tre-
schedule before the Itadcliffe 157 and 583 Helen
Department games ma ; Boone I "
Edgewater at mendous Miller
Any student can enter the Junior Varsity basketball Langgle, 192 and 594; Hazel : response

league, providing he Is not 13 games. Carlson, 214 and 613. St Augustine at Palatka I said.The programs will be supervised See! U5. WE deliA uer! :
before Jan. 1, Tomdale explain by TITS personnel.
ed. .-.

"One of the purposes of the ," 1965 Chrysler Newport 4-door hardtopinch ((383 cubic.

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The actual competition will .rvlc. An'wh.ra' -for only a fe w
tissue )
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begin on Dec. 5, after the or. 1
ganization meeting to discuss I I lib dollars a month more than some of the most

insurance, dress and time of popular smaller tarsi I 916OR
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Lou Carouthers Is OMfmiYjjrntrnJTUTr ;

Elected PresidentOf (

Women GolfersLou a1i :
: :
Carouthors was elected
President of the Whispering
Hills Women's Golf Associationat
a meeting held last week at
the club.
I Also elected was Jackie Keller .

vice president; Dorothy
Klmcs, secretary and Ann Ole-
weskl, treasurer. Is.

Shirley I'lla-kk won A night
In the recent fall handicap ..
tournament. Mrs. Carouthers < ,... *----

took top honors in B flight:: Run. .
nets up were Mrs. Keller and ".... .;..." "-, .... .". "r. ",.. ar.......... .. M i When Storms i
Gloria Benford.A .
club spokesman also said GREEN DRAGON-Belton Pontiac & and turned a 13.4 et or 103 miles per STRIKE.
the Jack Armstrong Ins. Co., Oldsmobile of Titusville two weeks ago hour in its first time on the strip.
round robin tournament is In completed their 1965 Pontiac QTO for Shown is Helton's Service Manager AM I GLAD WE HAVE r
Its second week of competition.The dragging purposes. The 389 cubic Inch Bill Nobles and Sales Manager Pat
tournament will last seven stock engine with one four-barrel carbis Patterson. Larry Tempest and Paul SUBURBAN PROPANE
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,_Monday. November 23. 1H4 TJt i.m. (Florida) Star-Adve att Pate II


marathon windup Sunday. NkWaus' "lOt prizt money
Last Year's PGA Sunday's 34 holes was scheduled here boosted Ms earning to I1Ur ,-

Wins Eighteenth Straight Football Game opening: after round rain of washed play out the j r 984 made.- #1.13 mon than Palmer I

Tide Decided



Parkway Ninth Tromps Eau Gallie On Last Pull City of TitujyilU


I LAFAYETTE. La. (AP) Notice Of Public Hearing


45-0 In Final Game Of Career I The PGA 1964 circuit chumnkmshlo wu decided of on th"the; Th City of Tltvivlll will hold a pufcM hot,,,,*) MITveiilay

very last putt In the year's final December I, 1a *t 7:JO ,.m. In the Cevncll Room

tournament t* hoar Inttretted perion In retard tot
Big Jack Nicklaus edged Arnold
By Don Homke from 15 out Newton also late In the when
yards same quarter Scoring: Parkway Newton A
Palmer on a 19 foot putt request to raione the following described property
The Parkway Junior HighNinth added the extra point on a pass Phil Edwards, went 41 yards 17 yard run (Kyle run failed)
not his not Palmer's
Grade Pirates smearedthe from Joe Kyle. With 3:08: in the for the touchdown on the first Parkway Newton 15 or even from Its present IA Unification to en R-l ttiMlflcatlefit .
yard
but missed Gay Brewer
one by
Eau Gallie Commodores 454 half the Scoreboard read: Park. play from scrimmage after the run (Newton pass from Kyle) Jr allow the can.tructl.n of four apartment
here Friday night to wind up a way 13, Eau Gallie 0. Pirates gained the ball on a
record Hawk kicked the Parkway Newton 38 yard Had Brewer sunk the ball on Per property .t 308 Bryan Avenue Tlrwt.nie, ,latU..
perfect junior high grid Tommy
punt
The Pirates got another score run (Griggs run failed) the Wth green of the Oakbourne
with 18 wins and no losses or in the second period when Roger extra point Parkway Hawk I yard Country Club course In Sunday'sfinal The application hat been mad by Mr., Kathleen M.

ties in three yean. Adkinson intercepted a Commodore Ronnie Newton scored hit plunge (Bingham pass from Edwards round of the $23.000 Cajun O'Mara and Mr. Batty C. Orlffln.
Ronnie Newton Pirate halfback

and New fourth touchdown of the lame
set
pass up Classic, Palmer would have retained -
proved to be the big heroas ton's third touchdown of the early in the final quarter when ) the money championship The load. description. of which lit
he scored 25 points. he went 26 through the Parkway Newton 28 yard
game. Adkinson returned the interception yards he had won the two previous North 21 ft. of Let I South
The Commodores and Pirates to the Commodore 40 middle of the Commodore tile run (Adkinson kick failed) 42 ft. of Let 4,

played a defensive first quar and two plays later New. The Pirates had previously Parkway Edwards 48 yard )'tan.The putt cost Brewer 1200 Block' 2, Mary I. Titus Addition, Plat leak 1, Paee

ter with neither team getting on ton skirted 38 yards around end gained possession at the 27 on run (Hawk kick) tle'd have won $2,100 by finishing 7. Public Records of Brovard County, Florida, lee

the Scoreboard. Once the Pirates for the final score of the period. a punt Roger Adklnson's kick Parkway May 22 yard run alone In second place, but he Mon 34, Township 11, Range 33.
were able to penetrateinto Kenny Griggs' run for the point for the extra point was blocked (Adkinson kick failed) had to settle for a tie with NIcK-
Commodore territory striking after touchdown was short and and the Pirates led 394. laws while Palmer finished A public hearing will bo hold before the Pl.....",| and

to the 33 yard stripe and at half time the Pirates were Two plays after Newton's run S YardstickPJ7 ECUS third. Zoning Cammliilen on Wednotday, December to 1M4.
the Commodores drove to the
190. the Pirates recovered Lan
leading an
The showdown for top
First Downs 5 money
Pirates 37 in the opening quar.
Pirates scored in Gable fumble at the Commodore honors of the overshal-
The again 290 Rushing Yardage 45 year City of Tltvivllle
ter.In the second quarter with the third quarter when Tommy 30. Cooky Hay scored from 11 Passing Yardage 89 owed the blaring triumph of by Margaret Cooper
the 22
8:15: In the half the Pirates got Hawk scored on a plunge from yard Commodore line on a 1 I run 2-4 Passes (com.att) 5-19 Muter Barber, who won the Cajun City Clark
the aAdklnson's
the The drive through 2 Classic his first official
on the Scoreboard when Newton one yard stipe. Passes Int. By 0
started at midfield where the try for the extra S Fumbles Lost tour victory ever by five
went 17 yards around left end. point was again blocked and t Nov. 23 (Mon.) INS
Pirates recovered an Eau Gal 75 Yards Penalized 70 strokes.
This drive started on the Commodore
18 where the Pirates lie fumble. It took the Pirates midway through the final periodthe I-J7 Punts cio While the temperature hoy

took over on the blocked punt four plays to march the 50 Pirates led 45-0. Phil Edwards 7 82 8S ered Just above freezing and
yards with the big plays being The closest the Eau Gallle most players hovered Just above -
Joe Kyle's run for the point aft Peter Evans 2 4 20
er touchdown was short Clover eleven got to the Parkway goal Ronnie Clover 1 19 11.0 tar, and higher, Barber, a balding -
was on a drive late In the year-old Louisiana native,
After an exchange of punts Kleth Scraggs 4 22 8 0
Parkway recovered an Eau Gal ty against the Commodores. The game penetrating to the Pirate Tommy Hawk 3 11 37 fashioned a 61 and a 17 in the City of Tittmille

l lie fumble at the Eau Gallie 15. Pirates got he extr point ona 11. Joe Kyle 2 10 50

On the first play from scrimmage Phil Edwards' pass to Wayne Score by Quarters: Ronnie Newton 8 104 13.0 Mariana! Foettalt leuey Notice Of Public
h t Newton again set sail for Bingham, Parkway 0 19 14 12-45 Cooky May 2 40 200 I THE ASSOCIATED PRISKaittrn Hearing
the goal line this time scoring The Pirates got another score Eau Callie 0 0 0 0I' Kenny Griggs 3 8 28
r Conference The City of Tltvivlllo will hold a pvbll hearing enTuoiday

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;: yP7""" .. ,., ..,, _. .... Cleveland 8 2 1 .800 SOl Kt to hoar Intoroitod ,.,...,. In regard tot
St Louis I I 2 .$$7272258

Michigan's Rose Bowl Washn.PhlTphla. I I D .435 247 23 A rewett to mono the following detcrlbod] property

I I 0 .431 220 225 from Its present BR claiilflcatlon to a BA eUiatfkarionto
Dallas 4 I 1 .400 ltd 204.JM
allow a Used Car Sale..
Plttsb'gtl 4" 1 205 270
Opponent Undecided New York 2 'I 2 .182 179 281lenftrence At Brown, Norwood and Garden Itr"'".

Wetter The application hai bpi made by Levis i. Ir.,.... and

'f'M. By WILL ...IMILIYAltee. CATOR BOWL Florida Haiti. 10 1 0 .909 355' 174 Id KI"'...

..... Press Sports Writer State Detroit I 4 2 .558 201 212
8-1-1 vs. opponent yet to The .Bpd, description *f which In
be named. Green Bay I I 0 .543 231 181

& .4, It's Michigan In the Rose BLUEBONNET L. Angeles I I 1 .500 231 ISS All of Block 10, South and Wait of Highway,
Bowl but the Wolverines may BOWL Tulsa A Inn. I I 1 P500250 24S
ew '.2 .. that of North 1M ft, and IX. OR3345 /
im s have to sweat It out a week be- vs Mississippi, 5-31. Chicago 4 7 0 .3(4 211 297 "1" port
r
: q fore teaming the Identity of None of the bowls can offer a San Fran 3 I 0 .273 1(8 283 .1..'. Addition
game with national championship
their opponent Oregon Stateor
,,,' .. Southern California. Implications as the gaoe Sunday's ItHvltt A public hoarlnf will bo bald. before the Planning endZonlnf
between the Noe. 1 and 2 teams, Baltimore 24, Los Angeles 7
A. Jl tI Over-all records favor Oregon Texas and Navy, last New Green Bay 28, Cleveland 21 Cammlitlon on Wodnotday December 2, 1H4.
?
t State but the Pacific: Coast selector Year's Day In the Cotton Bowl. Washington 28, Dallu 18

4 1 T4 ve"'r1"4r It are expected to watt and Notre Dame, firmly fixed In Minnesota 23, Detroit 23, tie City .. Tlhi.vlllo
see bow Southern California the No.1 position with an Imposing Pittsburgh 44, New York 17 by Mar,er.t Casper
farts against top-ranked Notre 94 record, has withdrawn St. Louis 38, Philadelphia 11 City Clark

Dame Saturda"Should from consideration, helped I I Chicago 23, San Francisco 21
"rr the Trojans' happen to along by the fact the big bowls I N... 23 (M..) 1H4
unseat the mighty Fighting couldn't wait, anyhow. Thursday's Game
Irish, a feat nine others have The Irish smashed Iowa 28-1 Chicago at Detroit
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failed to do this year, they likely In freezing cold at South Bend
would be tapped for the host and now need only to take care

M Y,1id role at Pasadena. If the Trojans of Southern Cal to wind up their See ADAMS Your Full Line G. E. Dealer!
lose, it would send the pendulum first perfect football year since .
swinging to State 1M9.
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BEFORE Curtis Wilson, manager of Wineland are putting the vegetation Athletic directors of the eight Alabama, the No. 2 team
the Merritt Island National Wildlife around one of the 75 duck blinds which Pacific Athletic Conference which has chosen to spend the

Refuge, Assistant Manager Tom Bond, will be used during the public water members take a preliminary holidays In Miami's sunshine,
Jr. and Wildlife Technician Lawrence fowl hunt this season.-S-A Photo. vote today. If they're not unanimous has a rugged Thanksgiving Day FILTER-FLO WASHER"The
then the next ballot will assignment coming up with Auburn -

.- .--- .. ?na t _. _... rr be put off until Nov 21. an old rival that upset the
."'''' ."f'Iy. Tide last
r' j > ":J'Is: .,, L 'r""t1 Oregon State and Southern year.
took little of
\ ':;tr" I Cal finished with similar 3-1 Upsets a the
shine off a couple of the NewYear'
'
: records In conference but
play
Automatic"WASHER
:
/ Day Nebraska, Quality
r. .'. ,, I Oregon State's elver-all 8-2 mark games.
t playing Arkansas in the Cotton
I Is
more Impressive than the
.
11. ) \: t A S* ,Trojans' M. The PAC selectors Jowl, had its It-game winning ) Bit Oanulno 12.Ik.C .
A streak Oklahoma 17-
snapped by
have .
1 no strings attached. They ,a lrya
I f : 'y 1 can pick whom they pie.... 7. And Syracuse, headed for the ai
With one more week of heavy Sugar Bowl, suffered Its third iMluilvo Plltor-PI.*

l-J football, beatified by the Notre loss, .a 28-27 defeat by West Virginia. Washingr.tsm

Dame-Southern Cal game at Lot e Pro-ao Wafer
LSU, Syracuse's opponent at
Angeles and the Army-Navy Lend' Control
New Orleans still has
a game
service spectacle at Philadelphia
the left with Florida, Dec. I. a) I..y to Ut.
major bowl line-up is
itS WMfc'fe almost set The defeat of Nebraska left nI Control.*
s v
four with
only major teams per-
Hen ft is: '
feet records, and two of these, e erg Capslly

ROSE BOWL- Michigan. 1-1, Notre Dame and Alabama, are Activator

vs. Oregon Slate S!, or Southern stin In danger. The others are t; BwlH to 0. I.
California, W. Arkansas and Princeton, I-. Commercial
Arkansu, led by quarterbackFred WatKor Sp..Maationa -
COTTON BOWL Arkansas, Marshall pouted Its fifth "

19-0, vs Nebraska, 91. straight shutout and completed # i 9 5 Hoavy Dvty

:w;. :>{ ";": .fYA!" J.;&:'i;: /i'li*VtTOTRWdemonatratlng .wru' =>>,J.. ORANGE BOWL Alabama, its first unbeaten-ustled season WaoMntj SytHmAll

AFTER Hidden from the waist down, to hunters the efficiency 94, vs. Texas, 11. Tech In 55 years 170. Princeton by stopping clinchedthe Texas / WIT a Par laln" Top,

I Curtis Wilson points outward from one of the blinds.-S-A Photo. SUGAR BOWL Louisiana Ivy League title subduing 4 ......, Tub

of the well-camoflauged duck blinds State, 7-1-1, vi. Syracuse, ,-,. Cornell 1712. t'a lof..y LM ......"

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City of TJtusyillt 0 PoworM, Wavy

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qy ..rtw: Dr.vsN 1lalaon.I Aircraft Type Cable SvapenalenRvtt DoyandVMoiK. TrantmlaoUilo

ktI situ Bs.Bnk.is INS.era.Nltb tamet. BamN Hat, City of Tltucvllle will Md e ,,*1Ic Hoarlne on Notice Of Public Hearing .......'" "Acrylic" Plnldl, o 9) Dependability Drain: to Cantor, Proven Top

Drawl lorilvMaat. Ill O OMn 1ar1Jo Twooday, December .. 1M4 at 7s JO ,oM. In the Council Room S Counter Mol.... C-.t., Depth Commercially,
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Hlsb l.4l MMlDrmalt .a.a Her3aa. / t. hoar Intoroitod pros In regard tot j
1M. The City of TItvn..... wM fcoU. e 1"41. wearing MI
etaadmntt..a Ir., ..... A gust to rotone the* following 4otc... Used 30" G. E. USED TV SETS
atoll tlnrlbrwe Cora. V aar..ard maoci1ffrom Tveodey, December t, JH4 at 7iM p.m. In the Cowmll Roomto I Range

N.tlo.I But M Ua'aarlal IN Mom R-IB claiaMkaMon to a BR dantfkaHwito hear InNrorted ,.......* In ,...r4 tel : Completely Recondlllo
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\4A' I I Lifb'WWl.t. PAYABLE IN tint will\ be yours when you
TO: JACK WAYNE FREE!
eli North CocaraaChirlolti. Kset: sfeabtteked INDIAN RIVER City roomi for PIMALI HILr WANTID move Into the all new Lake-

Mleklrt Cleat met Dlbplaf Rita 2. Good food. New home 287 view Hllli realdential' area.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED: Available .. ReaueitTk 8969. RELIABLE: WOMAN to carefor 130! down payment and CO a See theee all new I bedroom .
that a Complaint Cal .been filed month will full
buy
Btar-Adwcala your own
I ait you prayln* for a earn the privl).*. *( revlela er zii'HOUSEKEEPING 3 children and do light acre mobile dome lot at beautiful 2 bath enclosed garage -
pin* dlvorci I In the taua* Ca- ,..".> anv ."Yartl.11'.10111 ... prl- housekeeping, 7:30 p.m., homes under construction
third LfDWICK y. LUDWICK.CHAVCERY vatS entrance private bath. Lake Louise Eatatee
Hand d.eml oIlJ..Uo. must have own transport at your convenience.
NO. OT1 IN ?1514NINTN t* ebaac* the ... Corner 50 Ik US 1 next to Ice ation. 26711861.CLERK5TENO Become your own landlord Place order andlet
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT nf any .""" "..81.111 from Houie. $80 month for 1 Don't tear up rent recelpta each your now
(71
COURT IN AND FOR BREVARD: Homeetead Exemption
.
ordered 14) conform t* tk
& M\ COUNTY, FLORIDA. You art r** icy *f tkll .a..*.. for I. 267-3679. 11: PublIc month. Many amlliea now re-. for l5. Priced at only
,utre* t* aerv a cap of tits Work Department Must have aide In our beautiful trailer community
Tk inr>Adve t* will is,8oo with low PItA or VA
Aaiwar ar Pleadln t. the Com : ROOMS, with bath TV, air visit ua and for
k* re.pea.lbi' (' nor knowledge of typing and ahor
plaint on lbs Plaintiff I attorney. monthly payment Wliy'"
-i I BTROMIRB! AND WE8TMAN. ... Incorreet Ineertlo nor conditioned for Mila workera. band Must be able to meet yourself the flneat aelf-owne
141 North Orl.".. Avenue, P. O. It lie Sable for any error $:IS weekly double $23 alngle. the public Excellent working mobile home park. pay more elsewhere and
Box 00. Cocoa Beach. Florida and ndvorllaementi lo a itreatar 2674103. receive less
file th* original Aaewer er Plead toil ha tiC paid of Ik. conditions. Beginning aa 14 mile east of Orlando on
lee In the of Clerk *f th* _...eIaIJI.* Item .. ary $282 per month. Route SO Pnone SM-27S1
$1210 PER
lIo'lIU : advrrtlaemeat.AU PERSONper week. loa-B.en looking for IffllQ
I a
Court 0. arbefore ---- MOBILE ROME: OWNERS I
the ITth dv lit December. : O nnmnui Rocket Motel, Mima, Phone SEAUTICIANWANTED.: tulor 1 LAKE: LOUISE ESTATESOR acreage Then this
1964 If you fall to do so. a decree UOO Meaklna Av l 2673097. tlt.ctI
pro ..lIr..... will be takenaaalnat Dial: M7-4T1I part time. Raymond'aBeauty CHRISTMAS PARK I may be with

von for the relief demand Office Hour I:00 I* I: SLEEPING:" ROOMS and Lounge 267-31S6. Route W Chrlitmaa Fla Burkhnlm Road frontage.
efflcienriea ,
ed In tile Complaint.Tbli katIlef A........ Dramas I/I'; I Many trees good fertile soil
nolle shall. be bublleked 'Huivlll.. ria.Sptclal for rent.' 801 Orange CLERK STENO I, Rerreatlo II and flowing
ends each week tor four (4) ceaeecutlv st 267-3400. --I a stream rune
wool,. In Its Tltnevlll Department Must have knowledge JUST ARRIVED along one aide of tide desirable -
Btar-AdvorKo. STOftl SPACI FOR liNT of typing and shorthand tract. $15110 per
DONE' AND ORDERED: at 'Tl- NoticeD Must be able to meet
acre with 28H down
tuivllle, Florida, thIs Utk day of 13 SKYLINE, Budget price
NEW STORE of pub lit!. Jxcellf'nt'Orkin.: ,
0 November lIed.COYRTIf R. BARNE Telephone . flee or buslnm. 1er, ft: conditIons Beginning salary at $3495. Front Kitchen a

Clerk af Circuit. Court r MT-WOI Heated and aircondiUoned 12M 00 per month. bedroom. Modern decor. 106-3 acrei on good road

LocF_........"'" I l't w..w".. __ a Brevard, V S.Countv.Bpanalar Florida Night 2671399ALCOHOLICS Phone 2676160. juat off Old Dixie W.hwir.
boost, Clerk MALI HILP WANTID USED TRAILERS $4400 per acre

"Comp11tntnta ,of the management, Madame." CIRCUIT COURT BEAD U you want to drink that's FOR RENT or lease, atore

atromlre and WeetmanAttorneva busineif. If you want to Space 20 i 60 ft., or suitable NATION'S FASTEST growing '114 YELLOWSTONE. 1 BR lll->12
reaieinea Ii nkaw: BARtlNECXLtON P. O. Dos for M Plaiatlft drtnkln,. that'a our I for office Located Magnolia food chain has several opeInge ... I ':59 MARLETTE: So'Xo'. 2 BR with U.S. No. l highway

I DOTKB Of APrLICATIOM wboaa piece ef ral. Cocoa florida I Plata. $125 monthly 267-1921. In the Tltuivllle area STREAMLINE, 28'x!', air cond frontage Very suitable for
FOB FIHAL UI CHAlitVEN & **nei II ankaowt: DARLING I Nov. K, &."io. Deo. T Clio..) I***. Boats For SaleATTENTION Permanent' position, very lib 1 DR. trailer park. Priced itCT.5io

''1'0 ALL WHOM J'I' MAY CONS ,.ELTOI"" whoa place .( ....1. I WARIHOUSI FOR LINT cr.i! company benefits, good NASHUA 30'xR'. 1 RR $ with open termt.

NOTICL II MET d.... i. unknown: MtNNIB atartlng salary, muat nave SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
that thu underlined bai I or HTmtifX" TO WAREHOUSE tultable for
none
Idled with th* County I...,.. laland WALTON whoaa plans ol rtil- I RKGINTKK riCTITIOI SAwS DUCK HUNTERS shop farage or atoraxe. In high school education over EASY TERMSMARTIN'S 137-mtle of U.'. No. I
for feravard Count )Florida 6.145 Ii unknown: EMMA WALTON la compliance with HOUB* Bill See for 21, and desire a position for MOBILE
complete of
ua now renter town. See H. H.
Iny for' final lchar,eaa tooss. frontage Included la this n
ltcattOa MADOOX when ,la a oiraaldeac No. 1175 ChapUr Number the future Contact the T-Elev
SALES
| Bxoeutrlx *f th* lI.t.: ,. of Lawe of Florida. Aol. el lint lbs of buntIng tqulpmtnt Hudson at Stir-Advocate. HOMES acre parcel. $1950 per acre
IxiNAR ALFRtD ARVE8EN.: la unknown! MARVKXHADDOX :: undrrilinrd will .......t with the : b6tu. motor*. tte.I en Stores office, 803 N Flake. 1224 N. US. 1 with tul
table teraaa aid
...,....4: that I have filed allImeoiiary whoa Place of ril Clerk fIr the etf'llulC..... I* Bfe I flEW 5 MODELS WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER Cocoa. Phone 6369U35 Mon. Tltunvllle 287-301 1 re-
paper an! performed dine I. unknown; RINRT MAD yard County, Florida. cool r.* eon lructioft. Any nine up to day thru Friday, 1-3 pm. or leans.182Guod.
.5 S I all nemaiary &aatloh Itntltlln in. DOX Who** plao of mldeBca ll pilOt ef proof of publication ittht. 14 FT. MFG Boston Whaler top by your friendly neighborhood North of Overpass
30,000 leaie. 267-
it. th* letue ot final aiaonarte' In I. notice. the .' flotltuuinamr. hull foam flottattoA S Square feet.
I my favr and flat I will apolv to unknown; VICTORIA MADDOX to-wlti tltuivlll* ieorllnj 0564 Industrial or commercial T-Eleven Store to pick TRAI11R tPACfl FOR RENT buy 10 acre tract
1th* Honorable Vlrirll V. ConkllMt whoee plane of r..ldinc* I. an. (loom. unovr which I am (Ma*** flats and aid. pockets spice available. UP application and Kit more located Just Outside cltr

la* euch County Judo vn the Hit known! MARGARITA BROWN In Retail. Bu.t.... at Garden Itr itrrrlnf coniola Information This la aa equal LARGE: 48 I 100 lot childrenaertlon. limits. Very hl.b rolling
liar ef December mat to tenalder Hllann. tltuivlll Florid and '
LONCSTAR bucket
wheat place ef nildlnc* I* Un. I. tb. enlvpereoa opportunity employer. New Frontier Park land. Priced
| .. ndlapoeed. of matter prtl lbt till undrntinad right at $lsos
Sine t* this Eetate cad t. Ifrallt known WALTER BROWN' Interested In said! buelnM. wlndihleld) and steeling, For Sale 2U7-OU33. acre with 29% 1I0W1.
!! per
St. S\ the nnderilcae kir final ".. wheat plae of rnldtnoi la un Dated at Tltuavllia florida Ibis noatation eompleti INSURANCE AG NTSWilltr.ln. : __
'iharte at Evecutrli: ef laid Li.eat. knowa ANNIE: WALTON TAP. 13 dar of Nov. AD. 1M4. ROGERS Salary $100. 267-7125. &

,5 14... Dated HARRIET thla November ARVEflBN Hitw ai FORD. WOOM' place ef r..n,.. NOV. fr!'! rlO*b..T Clloll.) im 1103 Garden 8t 18,000 BTU air conditioner $150 Moving StorageLOCAL 40fuCholce building | ttsavalliMe
I.
,,.Xicutrl< of the B.tett ad LINAIIS BTArrOKO.unknown MAROARKTHS like new. Reel type lawnmower EXCELLENT: OPPORTUNITY AND loNO dlalanf In several choice

FRED ARVE8RN.: deceaeed.In whoa. place of a mldenc unCle woman I. un, Building & Con 2 hp edger $60. 2C7- for person willing to learn Moving atoranpacklni locatlona. Select your lot

$.c. M tinea.) Inst.NOTICL knowei, ALBBRT rTArrORO, nl TUB CIRCUIT COURT or 1831.I LP lai business. Good salary, movers cold and have a hem built
whoa plies ef reildcnc I. apply In SuburbaiPropane. shipping, fur
un.kaowni THE: NINTH CIA L CIII person. from your plana.
CAaaii aTArrvRu CUlT IN AND fOR BRCVARDrOUNTT : NIDY CONSTftUCT l PIECE BEDROOM suite with 2019 N. U.S. 1. atorage, cratlnn. Free poti-!
or 1111'11"1'101 TOEaOln. ..wkea phd* ef retldtno I. un FLORIDA dentlala commercial new foam mattress $o5. matea. 267-3341 Brevard

.. IICTITIOVI NAM' M known RICHARDBON.FRANCE whoa WALTON place of IN CHA! NO. 2M4i
ompllanol with Houaa Bill\ r.......* I I. unkncwn; TOM .OTICB OF lilT vllle. ucenaed and M" opening $30. Phone 267 offers an excellent $2200 Cash or with some

.' Number toni, R1CHARD8ON wkoee plac ol FIRST FFDERAL SA'INCR AND Phone AM 73325.Camping 92M. career opportunity for lie Real Estate terms
.
l.U-;. rl Acts it 1541. the reeldenea la ..k..II: OEHT. LOAN A8 OClAT10N. OF MIAMI. ensd Real Estate SalesmenIn I
BUDS WALTON CHAPMAN, ._.UII.. -
U 0114 Hat *
vadenlrnid will reRliter with the a
Clerk of th. Circuit Court In whoae place of resident,. ll un riaiatirf. PIANOS ORGANS No their new Tltuavllle office! APARTMENT hOUSE ails water a15-"ot the small ipeevtator

S Brvard County, Flortdt. uponMlpt roo whose known, JOB bOB: CHAPMAN down payment up to five A hard hitting sales programplui sewer, utllltlea. Excellent U. S. No. 1 80 n. frontage
.all
this ..0U'1It of proof followin of publIcation flOIIUoul or : place MART of reildenn CATHERWR ll: on'binwi CHARLOTTE ARTHUR R.MUN80N.MUNiOt hi. wlf. HEAVY DUTY canopy YUrt to pay. First payment excellent training with a location, near achorila, I 135 ft. deep 11330 e....

.ame. to-wlti Clnderella'a Beauty TRAUdMN whott place ef If they b* llvlne; DORIS O'bON new tire 26T-T983 .C February 1065 Mr. $, Cocoa professional Realtor orgaa- hopping, country club. Cal
Castle tinder which I am enirtced. re.idooo '' "II wnt JOHNW1B NELL and OENE o'DONISLLL.her t>m. School of Music 6365575 uatlon offers an unusual Miami 1511248.ACIIIAGI ( .
In beauty care at Divla m. Mima, TRAUdMN. wkoa plar* .of kuaband. IndlTlduallv and .. __ collect. future for qualified salesmen. lao-FHA owned, home. Lot
Florida, and that tie reildenc* It unknewni f/ Executor: of the Eital of Arthur fO* till low
uiderilinedto LARGE COVERED utility down monthly
MAE WALTON, whole place, elrfililerica R Munion. Do! *i.d' AUOUIJTAKOELU8CH Plesse call Harry D. Nell!, pay
the only lattrtited In
.aid huilae.i prod Ii unknown! JOE: DOB and N er $1SO. Can be seen at SGT. BEING TRANSFERRED Cocoa 6363131, for Interview, menu. Severn! to chords
Dated at fUuivltla. Florida.tkll WALTON. wheee plac of rent LI8CH, her kuabakdi ARTHURR. Service Station Opposite And Wanta Someone To Aslume ---. IllS ft. by 400 n. flyer to highway from. Call for appointment!
.
M day of Nov.. A,D. 1M4.Mr WALTON.inn U unknowai ABBUftY MUNiON ant MARJORISMUNHOV wood N. Mima. Remaining I 4 payment COOK. EXPERIENCED open. clone In. Excellent buy to lee,
.
JH. whoie nlica f iTUARf
his WilE
a.*lilt. haul I>aa. T W., 14 TnddKey. CM...) 1M4KOTICH reiltfeno! la unknowai MK0. Aa- HAMPTON and -' HAM- Of $9,50, On 64 Model Dial'OMatld log apply In person, Sands Edwards Realty, 12 Baldwin I
BURT WALTON. iR whole \\t b. CAMPER REASONABLE. Z. Make Hundreds Restaurant 319 Center Phone: 2fl7Irto4 <
TON, kit ] Zlg .. Washington Shopping
.. 'k N"P''rr.: : 100 Brind Kome. tit
: new
pI. ef retldenra It uakiowa; and ALL O at second houie Of Decorative Stitches Avenue Evenings and Week
FLUTET WALTON' wioet Him claiming by '''..UIf''. under or Kell,'. Block plant rq ft. of Ut Ing apatt. Cea-
FOH veins of renldenc, la unknown IIIRR ...1..1 the laid ARTHUR R. Makea Automatic Buttonholes enda 267-2321. tral heat 2 bedroom I. 1
heated bid. will b* neolved by rLUTEY WALTON. whose plate MUN8ON and CHARtOTTKMUNVON Sew. On Buttons. Blind
the Tltuivlllc-Coeoa Airport Authority of meteors I. unknown! WILLIR: kll wife. If the T V* For Rent Hems Embroiders InstructionsWESTERN HOUJIJ Coil IALI bath. Nice area. Priced at
un t* I:TO n m. DMember WALTON' wbooe place of Mil- dad ....Ih.. .ld VKkaownpartlm Monograma. $11,500 with )u.t $350 down
CotnmlMloner tense Ii unknown! MRS. WILUE: claim II ntra. dtt**... Darns, Patches, Etc Ph. and M
{ on'"cOI': : '... TltuiVIII WALTON' whoa place of rmtdenca ...Dt..., lltnora. ertdltM ir...> FOR RENT 267t411.PHOTO 4 LARa!: bedrnoma forced air, appro | ifionialy
.. Florida, tort I. unknown.: ALJ'IIKDr. eel or otbtrwlt HORSEMANSHIP all CK equipment F1IA $10. Ready to be occupied.

Oradlna. tt.bllltlne and p." : ll' ,till wboee Mania place, Philadelphia of reel- C.f.ndanli. Floor Sander caD'I CHRISTMAS cards, (LASS ESFUNDAMENTAL 700. taoo down. 267IW4.:
In ant parking 1 1 Salt t.. FortetoM MnrUa 11 Phone AM T-3245 Gregory Studio. J87-J7M. bath
I-'J.II' 4*, Penneylvanlai MR*. AL i I.-I.ar." I bedroom I
MUNflON and BAT1I and H
rama for located at FRED WALTON, ARTHUR R. INSTRUCTIONBEGINNERS BKDROOM. 1
woos place of Paint
.lf Factory home on attractive Mendel
Tl-Ca Airport pecirioatloainay ...... CHARLOTTE MUNIION. his
367.7671.EXECUTiVE.
re. I* Zlll Minton Philadelphia 1 > ,3. PIECE USED Maple bedroom
O'DON
If b llvlt DORIS Lane
k* ahtalned at the sCud di. Penntylvanlai Att'l"HOst they : Many extrai with
if the Aulkorlty at tk* airport.I A. MADDOX whaie: place NELL and CLOtS' O'DONNCLL. Baldwin Shopping suite $5150: 1 used P. 0. BOX 423, Tltuivllle I HOME, restricted till prawned IIMI,. Only
Paymaat to b* mid Coos I.. if re.cI.... Ii lOll M.orhn..* ken bu.II..". Individually_ ind Maple desk and chair $25: 1 First clan starta Nov. tl"MEN dowl
with
.. 115,500 $1250
ejection and aee.plino* by AI,. atreet, a, Mn*. Eieeutor: ef the E:>tt *f Art) APAXTMINTS FOR II I used cedar chest $20. Home area 2110O aq. ft. living area,
Deceased AUQUTAKOELLIfCH
part Authority Board. ARTHUR A.'lIuAgoo whuplaee R Munaon. Furniture Company 4 bedroom. $21,000, $3100 shown by appointment.
267-3563.:
nidi t* k* marked "8ldPavlnTM.Btiri at mldence la Soil Moore* and AItTH'U1t BEDROOM : down. 267-73B9.
a
'a autaldi lower lilt LIICH hot ....".... Learn To Operate
tome Street Colvmbui, OeorilaiALVORD
iH-Aaaume He
... MUNMON aad MAftJORIRMUNHON. Not aultable for small WESTINGHOUSE mortgag
FLOOR
tad .ora.r. ...... HEAVY!
MADDOX. "' plac.of : EQUIPMENTBulldoier
The Airport Authority Board ,.. reoldoore I. lUll Moor.hllll. his Wife, STUART. dren. M7-MM. scrub brush and polisher nKDROOM, 1 bath recently sure to check M Vile ,a.
aervea the rIlI0 .. .*\ any and Street Columbut Oeorvla. LILA HAMPTON lid .RAMPTON. complete with attachment Graders redecorated hufC TS X 239 cant home, move rlM U.
if be .narml.4'asd
kie 449 be
all bid. MADDOX wboea plae' tl r.loenc 'ALL UNkNOWN PARTILIel.imin5 GIRL TO chars 2 'illf4. Scrapers DtJLls ** lot ehallow well, located oa Beautiful well kept trl-lev l

JoBr: C. Flak* CltilrmanTltu.vTll.Ceeea Airport la ,Mil Ooorata Moorehoui MAYCILMADDOX. lit tr *l.Colnmbvl by' thrtovth. .....ft or completely furnlihed Back lion I' Old\ Dixie Highway, conventional home, $ twin its* 545'

AuthorityBrtvard a alnale ; 44... yhios irtTn.r MUNHON lbs aid laid A':tAHR\1Jn'i: with working lady $6] CARRIAGE (told.,) Complete practical training on mincing, $11,450.: rooms, 2 bathi, enclos.4
Ckunty, florida oil.-* ef tfildence t Ii anhnownR 1 our modern machines at Our M7S4M.
Call 267-4117 after p m. walker and Infant seat 111 garage and t II
MUNSON bli wlf. If th.v b* ,
K... 1$. U (Men>t> 1444.S *. MATC1L MADDOX. '111_ Resident Training Sites, give flit
deed wh.lher said unhliw. Burden Avenue JRC baiement I fonut.
dec el and reildtne reapeetlvelv* Ii unknoMverill If IIvnf. ", I.e i eiiim at hairs' datlioni' arani* FURNISHED t bmlroom. you the background you need to BEAUTIFUL NEW spIlt! level, Priced at. 111.500. $'*

Ii aid. It dead: all partle* claim: -* *.*, Honor, ttedltora, Iruilmi or cludlnt all utiliti I I."., ) WILLY'S Jr-ep Station get the Job you went aa heavy 4 bedroom. 2 tiled baths, down and eisume exlataigmortgage.
KOTtcai FOB nine loS lltnHite under Asker Wal. itherwii.iTOO. 257.4144.CHANTICLEEJI equipment I large living femuR fireplace
received > monthly, Wagon four wheel drive. operator, VA approved. .
>* ed bldi Will be Vthi
Ion, John Renrr Waltoa, MerleW.ltea. built In
Board of Cauttv Cemmlulonor $10SO. 267-176. family mom, range.dUhwaiher
Morris Alma
I. the Comml.Moner' Room. Walton Albert Walton Walton.Reboots I ARTHUR R. MUNSON lad INN. rOt complete Information call I dlnpoaal centralbeat Immaculate pre-ownd.
Courtkoua. Tltuivllle. '1.. D.... CHARLOTTE MUNSON' 1111I vllle. now availabletahiti : FISHINO alrcontlltlonlng.
Thomas Walton. Cbirl. Walten. worms. rill ass 3337 or send name, addres and double .
!home 2 6ld. Attractive
wife if ibey ho IlYlniR&SIDLNCL4 I year
ember 10. 1M4. *p until t:4( AM.. .
fr the folluwloltDoe Men Charles Walton Curtsy' Walten UNKNOWN apartment one 1: Semlnole, 267-1371 Indian River and telephone number to car garaae Only $23.Boo, lot la quiet residentialarea.
.
a ilaala man. Oeerne Welten.Jr. w/W all lectrie
n>>> Pawet Card Fill to bed ., a ilnila man Oeoria W.It(*n, tORtl O-DONNELb: and GINS' room carpet City, ASSOCIATED: hEAVY I 10* down 113274 monthly flea I I btoiroitS and
._ er, Willie Mae Walton, M..... For Information EQUIPMENT SCHOOLS Phone Kpangler Inveilmenta,
by the TeL Collector.a ODONKELU bet .......... In.dlvlduallv CAS HEATERS. I 2 batha. Pa fiiM dews
>*elflotlon* may b* ktalnd Waltan, ilnnla woman. EerllnaFelloa : aid a. Eitcutor efIk Inspection call 287-7041. automaticcontrols 2119 Lake Christie Drive I 2111.1IZI.
at the C nimlMloniri Darllart Folios Mini vented 20.000 BTU'i. and assume $14,100 mart-
.OUl" Etld of Artkur .. ....... Orlando. PIn
Courtboua. Tllu.vlll Fin.The Walton. Emma Wilton Md'*. FURNISHED rr gage, parable it $11T pet
r>*o....". ; $1250 etch or lot $10 each ---- ---- I MILES north of Oak HUt t
Madden 4444401.Victoria
rlvht Henry -
Board roeerve th* Nerve Ill I6t b mrMt. 1"*. E: bedroom Uvinc room All month which tneludn ill.
to reject any and all blda I Maddas, ManmtaBrawn good condition 801 Orange bedroom 1H bath, furntihad -
All bide U b* Miarkad "Bid for Walter .re... Annie W.I.t. N.w PkllailelDkla Oble. chen, bath private St 207-3400. 1L double garage, boat Shown by appointment
Power Card rib." o* outild at .. Btaftord. Martirelhe ..arro,". Al'flt'lit A"KOKLttnrM ladOLF.NM .R. .. $11 monthly REAL ESTATE-- house dork and sea wall.
envelop a elncle womaa. Alkert Riaffer.I.Can.te REPOSSESSED SPINET MO AH !home
KOELUKH. her kuaband. MW
Phone for appointment. W72320.
JOC: It WICXrtAM. Btafford rraacea WtltoaRlckardeen I JlavtDl
PUPLIX FOR HINT
EXAM
CHAIRMAN' Tom Rlekeraaon, lined over $200 on this piano. 4 bedrooms, 3 .

fiOARb or COUNt Gertrude Walton Chapmea, Ju* Leuiivllle.Bell Ohle FURNISHED- I bedroom Take up payment I Simplified course, planned utility moms tan be yotrt

COMHlVHlONGRaBMKVAltO COUNTY' fM Cieamen.. Jaknnl Mary mriuf Celb'rlneBtrauhn. EdnaMae and In SEC available KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC I Jan. 4th call Wm. NEW 2 BEDROOM 2 tile baths for $noo down. Total plies
a4
MUNION
ARTHUR R 2126 W Tropic 247435 electric' range central heat ef $111,230.5I13FORRST.
,
Walton
FLORIDA.V. Walton Jobs Do I Econnmou.
261.
MARJORIE: MUNtOM. kit *lf a. _.
If. M. ao (Mon.t IMd. A.Io"., Walton. I'. "re. A.hqr Raul I L Cocoa NK 22121 and elr-eon'Wlnnlnr' earpnrte
Gallon Jr. Flute Walton, MraPluily Fnmonl. OhIo HOWlS P01 lINT NEWSPAPERS tultabl" and utility room. $ $ouo HILLS. Liege
Walt..... Willie Walton.Mra .. .". la packing and moving furniture down ind move 1 In.4IJIj I'hoae prl'O"nel10m.., I y.er

21014.t'MIIO' M.Willi... Alfred Walton.W.I.Alfred... Arthur Wilton ALL UNKNOWN' PARtlM.clalml .. KI3"E U>
". Men. XOTIfEOF A. 1111 d d.,.. Mra. Arthur A. Middo ** tk kv* slId Ikreutk! ARTHUR, .or fMinM m.MUNHOff bedroom hotue, t tile floors and furniture when Mobile Homes *. n the price of MtOO,
cut *. AlVord Maddov LlM Maiden aid CHARLOTTE blIlJ.lft range and dl' too. Shown, by appointment

?fit StAr or FLORIDA TOt ,, Mavoll Mrs March Madil.*Madden. a .UMle UNION' kll ",.,.. If the. .b* double carporu and M : \ fttc'd f.b at Star: TRAIUR >OR UNT Ceo lm4l On Ne.l PigsDsn'l
etrerallr -
Asiu whoa plec man .. wk.ta. sail 11.11..
*1 WALTON .d. r wnprtlM available Advocate of building.
..* mpectlvelv. demneod room. I1U. rear -
or reeldene U unkaow' JOHN. .r atkerwte. *| ........ heir*. ClaIM..,ai. kiln. levIseoS.traitoat ember rth. 2571331.UNFVENISRED 1 BEDROOM trailer, with cabana tot-New home a* tow aaM30
HENRY: WALTON. whine use.of II. erenltAr* truet
MARIE d...._.., I........ irintee*. la REIHDINCE' GUNS Palm Harbor WHEN : donand $'U 1II0ftU1-
reeldene ll uakaown! ** or elkerwlMi : Trailer
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allieea llenora, eredllori Irwl- ly Th... existing bomee
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of re- UNKNOWN I I
*WALTON olin la who nnknawat* plao MORRI*. ..-.......ar",other Involved claimant In thin ilt la .lbs...4lIorelll.ner ire kwebv aottfledJ that a Rill .( bolt... electric tinge, 730 South Dixie Park Young Space 10. iJl l =- I have many exits, Suck a*

WALTON. wkoe plae *f "*l ._....' all orreosshaving romalalnl for Ferecloeura ef FlrelM porte Ind utility room. 2 BEDROOM TRAliEa-C: ;;;; central netting and air-
ALMA WALTON "m>n an tie follewlal delcubed
'PIICD I unknown:
Old
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wboee P'.<-. ef feeldeflce I* or clalmlnn aav Intereet inttie iBr1r. l"wltil 211.111. lo. Call 2674144.TLAIL5I0. con<1i
..kll,,,,: ALBERT WALTON. laadi herein deecrlbed erek the of ,>l H, lineS t, hillel N.PHERWOOD I Indian J'n and dlfposal. Large 2 bed
of
of realdear River
wke* plate nf renldear U on- blare whom ll unhaawn. unleee aaatnarvlee PARK .IVB I BEDROOM, I bath n City i room and I bath. FrUed
DIVIIION.' I the
known RkiBccA THOMABWALTON 'neeardlnt
: ihown herein. nil per flIrts' tress furelihtd. Iron $11.290 19,
of foil plat ae rwcrdeil M plat Pooh \
wbaee lM ...
eons claimin aav etat*. rl. unrunlihed NOOK let la- HAYES
dehee II uikaowa: CM A R LEU 1$. pa 21. if be Pebtie conilder
WALTON when plar* ef "il-. the till real ar Inlereat property I.herein ar hoe doocrtb coo.. *.1or aria :; Breoand Canal,. I: t4M Old hints Hwy 167. eluding 4 t hi Irs. 3I1- 1Q. TRAILER SALES

dear WALTON II ....no..shins' ..RI.alare CRAB.iLl of .." part ..- Defendant ka I.a.* Wa flM italnet vie aid erter I ',M. DISCOUNT New and Used Mobil RENTALS
ORRCTIMOa Yen an fcerabvaetined
W A1:1'OJit.: I*a unknewe itat ma: .CORL. wkea.Y ".1.: prc*.4lae Ie Poe*f rur are aa.wot r*..lr4 of I*nleadla_. a I*i*ISO nS I BEDROOM BATH. SALES. M.tt,..... offered at homesOrhando

Piece of '"'d.... Ie 11..0..: nelel lbs areull title hit c...bee. for inSight"r....I laj. Bill ef Conrnlalat aa lIe Plaintiff. Uullty room, carporte, warehouse prices fee us today 277-9(571( Furnished Rental. S bedroom
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BOROB WALTON. JR- a ..1011.nsa. WALK. uttiniee. 2111 Garden St Nldy
Ceuatr. Florida .. CbanoervCaa wMkly, pal own 8210 ) i bath automatic
E. Ct nlal
.. wkoe ,1 lac* ef reeldene. I. ER ORA Y. FIM P.4.011 Cello.in. Drive,
Me. S* 4 aolaet rm aid .. MM.S Shopping Center 2187 1m or ._ waiter.. $110 matt*
.11......: OEOROE: WALTON. MI..O, 7lasIda 9L ale iii.Ike -- -- per
BR. wkooa plac ef .........,. Isuse. aa if. .rm. an aa* aaeleel eel ale.all rlalt Droni itii.el is.wnr = pIradili : 267-1KM. 112 SKYLINE 2 BEDROOM plu $M eimage depoeit
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...., WILLIE NAB WALTON title er I....... In or Ills ua**) the Offie ef the Clark *f lbs' lED ROOM. lATH and trailer eirUnt emdJUoa.
wbae plc ef relp* Makaawni She leM..l... ._*.. real Morrtv Circuit rrart *n *r befer th* Phi K7-7t7t BARGAIN lOUSE
NASaL WALTON a etMal ta Krevar Ceu tr.rtarlda lir *f December. IM4. If ye* far ." end Vast' FuraJture and $100 down take over payment .

....* _... whoa plac* etM te-wui Nub M ft ef u be d taken* a.. MdaMt lrta* pee a* eefateit for Ik. win r*> I BEDROOM hrnlihed. appliances. We buy, trad' and *. 117.1395.Immediately.

the Di lnVll NK 1 See% *f feet Bemia et the U Tw ttef : lief .......* In the Bill ., Ceenplalnt. ehtidr... available MO. Refrigerator $23 and '

chin M ...,.. Raaae I* C.... All X2nd.S 257-7491. up. guaranteed. 2510 Hopkin 8DAHENBURG
Tht Nalfe shall W leblielsIliii
..... available.
ef the above. deaerlked 4495located Aver Phone 247-470ft. Opel
In Brevard c".,,, n,.- nib week fer faur 141 ieu.eeo.tloe BEDROOM 1 BATH Friday No qualifying Immaculate
week to TItUta HarADOrY'AND !: nights until t. !
Ida. aad ... aad ***k .. p.. ar* kouae and reimda CAM beautiful air eondJ-

; NiIghriEl" :r"J,:..am v i I OR DEB ED .1 Tl.jevHIe -. ed. N. stove er g : 8& FINANCED Los I lit I beta home la t. In ever you .heed .

atten-nev wie aaiMe are SI.54 .,- lib, *Brererd.. et N Coolly.__.FlarMe.Ikia I- til montk. locale : MAQII.NE repair all excellent location, don't I.. we plait yew whole, m.vlr>f

ta thla MaItre ea er Mfore at DermVer. .441. sal ta tJ':
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file Mid Aaawer with th* Clark I cln S I | fill pertIt.. ( and eireated *ne whe
CMntv. na.Br Sac BEDROOM
.f the Ctmtt Cevt *f Brrvat V 5, *..e*.l.r I SUP a*.dUllifi i. lOse
Cewaty. Flartda. at Tiny BLACKWELL. WALKERAlterlev S rince, air coodltiooJnr. ROCK GARDEN Tb. larger borne you've .... Pa kln.( "' ..'.*. .ter....
Florida, therein eetaa* a* Oeeeteit ee. Mn. CPWMU II1.MI
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Fedaral .''''''.*. Tburaday. NURSERY 11_. Corner lot, separate
property claimed kr vefillla: Miami FVertda SainICOCRT I
whirl Judaveal win .b* *tnere4enlaet aKALlN dining room, :J2 Uviag
you aad each .. re*. Srdf. v, I*, a. liiMea.l1444.>> I BEDROOM. ..... ... Get Acquainted SALE room. You'O eve this 1314 South Wiihlnfteft

Le.r.Me... Tk Wanes.title *f PUIaliff.the ease'L M mini poet. unrur raaed.: If Now Coins On one, Air condition. Only FIDELITYAgent

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Real Estate Real EstateNEW Services ENVELOPES Business Steel.
for mal1b1,. Full stock: at
Real Estate ME tell your automobile Star-Advocate. COUNTRY Just 38.00 per month will
MOU3KS FOR SAL GARDENDALE S bedroom Browning Auto Sales 403Hopklni.
HOUW ro* m.i 2 bath, central heat FREEIII! 2671520. buy your child the most

3 BEDROOM 3 BATH house a I r conditioning, built. in L. P. BOTTLED GAS LIVING valuable Christmas gift
COCOA EQUITY, newly dec.orated
; $500 down, monthly payment dishwasher, double car WantedTOP
;;; range | he can receive.WORLD .
3 bedrooms, den, IVk $62. Indian River Heights ,cage, Large beautifullylandscaped ; INSTALLATIONISuburban New In the area? Don'bU1
bathe, carports, screened corner lot, patio CASHIn before you sea our Best Buy of the Month
porch, near' everything. 632- 267.7071.WHISPERING fenced in backyard, offered Propane large selection of homes BOOK
2298. by owner, 267.7292.CLASSIC 3 minutes for good used in all areas. Let one of 3 Bedrooms 1 bath home
Furniture. Representative
2019 U. S. 1 N 267-6411 our courteous salesmen with Built in Kitchen, terrawo -
LUXURY HOMESIn GREER McMORRIS, INC. show you ALL the new floors, Carporte and
HILLS HOMES Repossessed furniture outlet homes. Utility room. Oil heat and 267-4775
beautiful Whispering Hills, SETTLES ROOFING. 543 U.S. 1 IRC or 819 S. HopkID.Tltu.v1I. air conditioned. Lot 88 z 125
located conveniently at the Titusville Nothing Down, See Ui To Roofing and Remodeling Complete with an abundance of shrubs I after S by apt. enly

north end of Greenwood St. day. Titusville's Best Home Service. 1004 Pine Street 287-1399 Day or Night Garden Street propertywith ; Appraised value $14.800.00.
just off State road 405. BUILDER'S I Phone 2673455.: good C. B. house, Selling price only $12,600.00
I Bedrooms with panneled 4th Value, 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 Wanted To Buy zoned for business senr. with very; good terms.
''s bedroom which can be used asa Full Bath Home with Gar- FAST FILM developing, 24 hour ces or professional No The
: den or for business fireplace FURNISHED ages. service.I SPECIAL for Nov.Kodachrome.Ektachrome USED AUTOMOBILES City more at this price JOHNNY A. MOLES Join
wall to will carpets, 135 $17,500.00.
Florida Fully equip. 20 slides and Kodachrome Auto Parti. AM 7-3686.
room MODEL BUY NOW 1240 S. Hopkins Ave. Parade---
ed kitchen with dishwasher, 8 mm movie-09c per roll. ,
ED KITTLES Titusvlfie
disposal, built In range ft 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Family; WILL TRADE Jean's Jewelry; Big Apple Work Wanted Phone 287-6327, Fla. OP HAPPY HOME OWNERS
oven, kitchen nook and din.reing Room with Fireplace, DoubleGarae Plaza.
room central air oil Air Conditioned Beautifully 267-8641 WILL DO ironing in my home, AGENCY Evenings 287-7559 WHO HAVE SELECTED
Insulated lea Landscaped, Corner pick delivery if THEIR DREAM HOME
beat. ceilings pre 611 S. Washington Ave./
Lot. Includes Carpeting Custom Hopkins Ave. Southat Used Cars & Trucks ( llPo Alford Street THROUGH US AND MOVE
walls, Inclosed: 2 car garage Phone Z47-OU1,267.5323 UP .
Built in Music Colonial .
Lakevlew
and utility. Drapes, Heights H11la.HOUSEWORK
Center, Other Extras, at less Evenings 2(7-4770 --
Shoos from brick veneer, stucco than replacement cost of the 1J82 VW. radio heater white WILL babysit, 10 BETTER
or pre-cast: stone construct house Itself. 'INCOMI PROPERTY side walls, sunroof blue 33.* by hour, day or week. Own '
ion 000 miles, $1125. 2B7-7469. transportation. 2673423. 'I-
I LIVING!
i PRICED FROM $22,600.00 STORY DUPLEX plus cottage FOUR DOOR Plymouth Savoy, n

$21,900 Live in a Professionally; Decorated furnished $150 ft. to I dition.S cyl. Perfect running con "North Brevard' Oldest Real Estate Service"
beach, $14,900. New Smyrna Reasonable Phone
Home at Tremendous 2674327. COZY AND CUTEJUST

t Call Mr. Ben M. Tyler Savings! Beach, phone 428-6810. &- Ut $iU DOWN
267-5494 TRAILER HAULER A-l conS c of JESS W. CHILDRE Assume existing VA loan
NORTHWOOD dltlon $375 Dixie Trailer Park fPa
ServicesDAVE'S a .Jl. with low monthly payments
S BEDROOM 2 bath In excel BUILDERS INC. 267-65T2. MIAITON ..ue7.OINti Has 2 large bedrooms .
lent location.: Beautiful land built-in kitchen,
scaping. Carpets included., TREE Service. Call T. 401 ease sa.etwe.w.llegbe front porch, well landscaped .
$650 down. Monthly payments PHONE 267-4831 E. Harris at 2672312. AM NOliI t lot with rear fen
106.00 including taxes and In. TITUSVILLEANYTIME BE SAFE! p"TMar.'K ced. In new neighborhood-

surance. Edwards Realty, 12 full sales convenient '.
; THIRTY-NINE YEARS Our time I Tomorrow

Phone Baldwin: 287-3604 Shopping Nights Center& 3 BEDROOM bath.-Excellent BE SURE! staff consisting of four members, represent Move In 1

Weekends: 287-2321. condition near lake GoodfhMnQ. nearly forty years of licensed, professional real ASSUME FHA !I
Total price $12,900. estate service in Titusville and surrounding
MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2. $400 down Edwards Realty, GeorgeBarley Deal Only communities. We invite to avail yourselfof WHITE ACRESNo MOVE RIGHT INI '
I 3, or 4 bedroom homes, brandnew 12 Baldwin Shopping Center you AIR CONDITIONED! I
In area of much higher Phone: 267-3604 Evenings and this experience whatever your real estate Like new. 3 bedrooms, 1H ..
i priced .homes. Small down Weekends 2672321. WiJhAREALTOR need may be qualifying-New 4 bedroom baths on nicely landscaped
payment; and only $8$ month. 2. 80 ACRES just off Carpenter Road $1400 bath Sell Price $17,300: lot. Chain link fenced rear
BRIARWOOD Inc. Down payment $800. Monthly
ly total payment VA no down lawn. Assume existing
Estate size grass carpeted per acre. payment $127 including principal .
payment. BRENTWCOD ESTATES FHA loan with only $65per
west on Garden St, tree studded lots, 3, 4 and I REAL ESTATE 3. This weekend drive out Singleton Avenue Interest, taxes and in. mo. total payments; !
AM 7-7142 or 6S2-S6M. bedroom homes electric kitchens Look for this (North off Garden Street) to two story model surance. We took this house in
central Teat and air, for home at first Intersection. Information avail trade and can arrange
INDIAN RIVER PLANTATION some ready for occupancy; or symbol your New 3 bedroom, Itt bath, down payment; to suit 7DUoCaU
ESTATES choose ;your lot and plan No I.protection. It signifies able on twenty-five homes from $15,500. All Sell price $14,900. Down payment ; right now!
3V4 Miles No. Mlms qualifying, no closing cost, integrityand lots on paved streets, sidewalks, curbs and gut. $450. Monthly payment
Custom built, spacious home, conventional loans, convenient ters, City water and sewer. SALESMAN on $111 including principal, interest Custom '
situated on large lot (over to, but out of sight and noiseof high professional premises from ten o'clock everyday, taxes and insurance.New .
one acre). Includes 3 bedroom super-highway. Parochialand $10,995Indian standing. Deal Spacious 3 br, 2 bath homeIn
2 baths Florida room public school buses 1 only with a Realtor 4. Two bedrooms. Walking distance to shopping. 3 bedroom 2 bath Sell Whispering Hills. Architect -
double carporte, centralheating 1 mile north of Titusville, LaGrange River Heights Only a Realtor displays $9,000.00 $375.00 down payment and monthly price $16,000. Down payment; designed and well
and conditioning area, off Old Dixie payments only $62.00 per month. $600. Monthly payment $11. constructed. Has year
All for $16,500. Terms can Immaculate, Cory, 2 this seal. including: principal: interest, round air conditioning T
be arranged TURO HOMES, Highway.CALL Bedroom, 1V4 baths, Bryan-Conway & taxes and insurance system. Enclosed double
/I 267.1260. 267-9300 built-in range and oven. Winstead Inc. /J'Jan.Conwa'J & lA/injleaa .fC. garage. Priced to move atjust
-- New 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Conventional $19.800 with $1,000
Screened porch, largelot M. Jr. financing $17,950 down. fail
1 George Barley, Don't to see
Better hurry; only Inc. REALTORSINSURORS Down payment $950. Large liv this onel

1' SEE OAKWOODMobile TODAY $82 per month 'after S Campbell Associates, Dial AM 7.2011Day, Night or Holidays fireplace.Comments log room.., turquoise kitchen,
down
I paymentRENTALS Inc. Imperial EstatesYour

I, J. W. Childre, Realtor sites on U.S. No. 1 chance to buy a new -
Home Subdivision Danenburg's Beach and Garden Street from $5,000 resale home by assuming
L151 1L to $75,000. existing FHA loan at Just
I SEVERAL Excellent Realty $105 per mo. 3 bedrooms,
Featuring: furnished and unfurnished Duffy's Real Estate ARE YOU CallJ. 2 baths, double carporte. It
Edwards Realty W CHILDRE Realty is the lovely "Queen Anne"
homes for rent in model. Call for appointment
Titusville. Ed Kittles Agency LOOKING FOR A 267-5563 to Inspect.Country ,
LARGE 1:5': x 110' LARGE POOL Harris Realty Inc. "Service Beyond the Contract"

LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD 342 S. L. B. Newman Living
NEW HOME ?
Donn Searle Realtors CITY CONVENIENCE!

CENTRAL WATER: HORSESHOES or Wllhlnatoni Sydney Schwartz Assume FHA of
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REALESTATE
W, J. Smith Just $112 on :r.mci'l'raband
I Stoner Realty I r. J! roomy; 3 bedroom
home in the suburbs. On
clean and quiet streetIn
$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY the north side. A reasonable

[ IJJJJIiiiSEE ; HOMES down payment will
make it !
ROYAL COLONIAL your.1Colonial
TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go northon H-504 There' room on the

U S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S.1 for GARDEN APARTMENTS moon, but this spacious 1 Heights '
one more mile to our entrance on right. For free OUR QUALITY BUILT HOMES IN acre lot with 3 bedroom 2
information Call 267-5586. "Welcome to Gracious Uring"These bath home Is within your Most new home for the
money on todays market.
reach. Central heat and air
Luxury; one bedroom apsrtrnentr of spacious conditioning with down 1.500 aq. ft of living area
casual a
FOREST HILLS
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY!
consists of large bedrooms
elegance with individually controlled air conditioning to earth price. Call now 4
AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARKNfMMpHllMI and heating Deluxe baths, electric kitchens for appointment. entry; foyer; 2 tiled
automatic defrosting TV endtelephone H-133 Instant baths, spacious living
refrigerators 3 Different Models To Choose From enjoyment to
outlets sound. proof off itiet parking own and move into this room, dining room, cheerful '
spacious: landscaped IMMEDIATE kitchen, large utility
private grounds and many; OCCUPANCYQUALITY completely furnished home rm., double carport Beaut-
other
features. on 155 x ISO' lot. Many iful corner lot. AH for
AVAILABLE DIC. Ill 1M4 BUILT BY trees add personality; tothis Iwth FHA VA
home with added fea .tJ

bon'smiss
or financing.
I I S H E D CONSTRUCTION CO. lures of fireplace and builtin this onelELBOW !

W J. SMITH Realtor PHONE 267.3311PARKLAND IF I I II l\ Phone 267-0564 i range payment and oven.of $1,500 Lowdown ROOMLarge

with owner financing. Move
right In. new 3 bedroom 2
7-34 Home on Magnolia 3 bath home with enclosed
bedroom 1 bath home on Vk acre
LUXURIOUS 76' z 123' lot next to business lot!arocJIt on SingletonAve.
zoned area. Ownerjust Convenient to cape
.flM. ..Mll* MOT 34 BEDROOM reduced price to $12,- and downtown. Pick your
...,.-,.n.n.1II.ms........ ESTATES CUSTQAMJESIGNfl) 500 for quick aale. 29% colors and move in two
M4 Mil mint HMrtHMrt NN4hg l II HOMES ON 1ARGEWOOO down handles. This won't weeks. Your choice of fi
IM Newt MeM BMt-ClM KeMeafpel I DIOTS_ last! nancing. Only; $16.300.
rtl I Sm..k.11MI1YIftII 5ERENELYSUBURBAR G-57 Waterfront Home 3
SUCH /a-.sdINosles.. sag 11.tIIt..flskYlg. NO MONir DOWN a HO cioitm corn TO I YET ONLY MINUTES bedroom 2H bath home Ina CHECK THIS!
fie. tot Nat Delta frtvete,...M.f NEW HOMES VA fVtCHAim MINIMUM MA TtlMS TO NASA CAUSEWAY, highly residential area.
terrace)ill....,. SHOPPING CENTER We think this 1s a home Well loacetd 3 bedroom S
LUXURY CklMtM's PI"...Rwwndtniai DESIGNED N."",, mod modern development. In ANDALL3CNG0Ls.N.ess.ly you will cherish. Call to see bath, family room home
HMil*eHk"IteM the "..I Mod luxury lit (he prhelMawiiry I thiil with a separate dining
.. tIII..IIII.. .MM*.UN**** FOR OTTER ,with brick fronts.kg .Udscepee > H-500 A Sleeper Yes Sir! room and your own prl-
ante s****t ed f iy a yards ColoM. I elumlnvxwlndowi We have a vacant-almost vats solarium. High on a
FOR SOLITTLE Lash{Inca sal eam.1.ML liVING Die belts with Ml icier new 3 bedroom IVi bath hill but low In price. Only
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fixture terram Awn spedewti brick SlStoO.'WALK
home at reduced
dot' wtrii'" lewered lIMN double. a --
priced of $14,800. It baa
tRlllne ,1 lea dee rvwMeklnep.d" e '
w bioamsawlt a.Y, AND 4 {R3. .... TV ( ate.We. wMew Jtkrtlltty Conventional Mortgage oa TO TOWN
it Dow No 2nd mortea,.. From this J old
2 bedroom
eM. 40II heaterClNTIAt
( roe* <| weter
M... #'o.a fiver,YY.i.r..M 1, lu, 2'L {ATS HUT concrete eVtvewM It takes only $700 down love ss betuuful
-"-- ._MOdi LwsmdI Including: loan costs. We wood Doors, OMden kifr

..II ,....,.."- have the key and time to then Florida room, backporcL
I Apartments $11(300-$14OJO VZ .....". ""'--ensLIMbIT.ppw ............ show you this good value. la excellent repair.
Studio. lie 2 Bedroom Rental i
Better check this one now! Just off the river
I .... oa la-
,Ly,,.MiS.,? ran.e wish' feed. e1456556.Double 8.Mg Rentals
I We
from $100 monthly Unfurnished fw1IIII .... ,.,.iu. ........, .011 Ned bedroom I furnished have 2 1 dim River Drive. Just
Models Now Open For Inspection .Cltrw..as- duplex $10.500 total price. Better
glclu.eeds.l. act,. em dUplty. soy. 0011111&, .pIsuawd W.h overlooking the river. Only hurry' !
.. s.ww $75.00 monthly. CALL TODAY!
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i MODELS onSN PROM $ao MONTHLY $13,950 The H........ Bvyer'aCenter-

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pre.. b to s...
IMPERIAL' TOWERS Sea 11rM( NOW __-. kN.. ....
FtW I $75/MO. SUTTONASSOC.


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ieard of young brides going to mental level and can be trainedto IXOodeCWtt 41 w l1 YpUR FA': R V bRICED OOlNO TO SLEEP UTE THIS MORNTd TELL THE

.leges on their wedding night do many things for herself .45...By A..t* ,,, LA't: A" T>,E CPF CE INO ? }- ALARM

Jut:;,1've never heard of this We could visit her any time we 47.Dleplay,r "1 IqaamDe =: LAST K ohT', SO' WEAL 1'EAN-' CLpCKMSS'

lappenjng) to a groom until choose and talk to her on the 16-1 VERY TRV TCBE t' 1

ny daughter came home from telephone.It QUIET ;

:ter I honeymoon after 24 hours is heartbreaking to give up ,ant /1 1 i
this dependent child but we
>f':married We.
Beverly went with Phillip for know we must do it now while help you with your problems. 0
Lord for daily bread DOt '
I I Send them to her In care of this
to be
she is enough
They met in college. young
wp years. flour to bake a year la advance enclosing a stamped,
ieverly knew Phillip and his taught. newspaper !

n9ther,(a widow) were devoted The problem is our relatives .elf-addressed envelope. -

0*one another but she didn't.now They say we are heartless and Confidential to SCRATCHEDTO .

. they were crazy. selfish that we are gettingrid PIECES: U he refuses to ,T a

"We gave the couple a beautl"al of the girl because she is a trim hii toenails Insist that he Printing Needs! 11-i'//

wedding which was almost burden. We feel this is best sleep with his socks on-or get

ulned by Phillip's mother She for the the girl but It Is goingto twin beds. (You're rJ&bt- See The

Tied so loudly during the cere- cost us the love and respectof this IS one question Fre never

ony you would have thought several members of the had before.) Star Advocate
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j was a funeral. Then she had family. OF COUR4f',RAN. IlL.;qyE TN8 VERY zTN1NK c4a1fA't'W4A14Y

o leave the receiving line and Ann Landers will be glad to NEXTMINUaTFONYDU. TNY1MtlTOTELLvuNtyUMMAY
Will something In I neeeOMLTNINOtI
you say
down because she didn't
Collie NAVE 111E ,, I
your column to let people know t _
:eel l well
how difficult It is to give up a TODAY AFWt ICEF '
. The wedding was on a Saturlay. 1 1WI1N
retarded child and that we need FLORIDAShown THEATRE THRU WID. V
Sunday night Beverly was
and moral

'tome. She said Phillip was up understanding sup Twice Nightly 7tOO and 8i30
port at such a time not criticism
ill Saturday night talking to his
+ and hurtful remarks. >-
tiother on the phone. lie called
BRENDA'S FATHER WUCAC MY*AWARD ::cell INW
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Dear Father: The viciousness
wtee. Then Beverly and Phil. and cruelty of your relatives is i 'JUT PICTURE
ip:got Into an argument overii
exceeded their
only by ignorance
z
!- mother and Phillip said he .

lad a headache and went to font :
Don't waste time or energy
u.I
leep. Beverly packed her suit. to ..
ase and came home the next attempting Justify your wife,MR.AIK+RNATNY 11.1. I GIT A LOT P
actions. Your decision is the ? a PJT UU ON Tiff Le' CAU$fOitTNlc Olr1l
Jones VrRY
lay.Almost wise one, based on the recom r ,
two weeks have pass. o INTFAF1ITINO
mendation of physician. f
tf and Phillip has not call- your :'AINTINt.,
even a UlTnUattlM twmmnutURICULAR .alum
Parents must always act In the
'd. Bev rly. What should be ; VAN OAtWttJi, \M ;
best interests of their chIldren. cOUlu s1t
:'ofteT DISTRESSEDDear Mid'
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And this Is precisely what you Ii ooa4a I)

are doing.
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Distressed: There Is no

lope for P h 1111 p unless he Confidential to LOOKING TO OPIN CROWN Drir In ThearreTAT TNrtr7 IL.t1..J1F 1

eaves his mother's side long TIlE FUTURE: Why anticipatethe 'III Mil 1J
1 North d TUtuv ll. on U. S. 1 MM
Hough to go see a head doctor. worst and count on troubles J 1J'

Vnd Beverly should see a law. that may never materialize TONITE Ic TuewUr. 2 AH Tim. Farorltei
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er about an annulment. Live one iay at a time. Ask theJIM'S -..J I
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md I have been married 13 TV uMMON: 4' I'''' ":,....,.\\PfI r'4 .

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is retarded. We have a fine Service 0ri. bk: ( .:
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year-old son who understands NEW MANAGEMENTUS .1A (.tS (

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las urged us to put her In an

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Southern Bell VicePresidentBlasts Re-Zoning I Mims News I


Requests By Mrs. Gladys McUmfon tended an enlistment "Coffee," First Baptist Church of rUms
I AM 7-1241 given by the Woman's Missionary (visited the County Home to sing
for decision from Titusville Birthday Party Picture\ Society. for the folks there Mrs. Robert
Up
City Council tomorrow night Deborah Drawdy, celebratedher Those present were: Mrs. Roselle Mack and Mrs. Lloyd Lashley
Recent Rate Criticisms are the following zoning applications seveth birthday on Nov. 6. Sandldge, Mrs. P. W. Roberts the kindergarten teachers and
: A group of 34 children was at Jr., Mrs. Elizabeth Narrow, also representing the Alice Ga-
Fisher Construction and Components her home for the occasion when Mrs. Norman Frost, Mrs. E. V. venta Circle led In devotional

Claude J. Yates, vice-presi lion program and its earning pended in Florida for service tal to meet Florida's continual Inc. for property located : many games were played and Tier, Mrs. )I. M. Green Mrs. before the group returned to
and growth requirements it is unwise west of the railroad on Silver enjoyed. Opening her gifts was Gene Moore, Mrs. Marvin Shea- school
for level We expect to publicly correct expansion Improvementsthe
dent and general manager Mills Mrs. Nell
Lane from BW to M-l, real run and Deborah received ly, Mrs. Sterling ,
Southern Bell, today said the distortions stemming from earning level at 11& per through rate litigation to Star Mrs. Irene Kelly Surprise Supper
"Welcomes the the Hirsch Report," the vice- cent Is meager indeed. Imperil our ability to serve The zoning board recommended many nice things. She really Wadding,
Company opportunity said "With our pressing need to Florida progressively" Yates approval of the application was Queen for the day. Mrs. Edna Hardee and guest, Mrs. J. F. Barker gave t
to present the actual president raise more and more new cap-!- concluded. DeUoiude Inc., Is representing Mrs. Drawdy served birthday Penny Polk Community Mission surprise birthday supper for her
facts" in connection with its He continued: "The fact is property located on southwest cake, Ice cream nuts and punchto Chairman of Mrs. Mill's husband last Saturday Nov. 14.
rates and earnings in Florida.He that the company's earningsare q 7 v S llwrtw=- corner of U.S. 1 and Pinehurst the children. Girls Auxiliary group. Carl F. Mangold, a neighbor
said the company "has modest and are achievedby Street, presently occupied by Class MeetingThe Enters Hospital and friend, had taken the unsuspecting
nothing to conceal" but deplor a thrifty and economical Blue Boy Drive-In, be rezoned Deborah S. S. Class met Miss Gloria Jean Poole Mr. Barker on an all
ed the fact that "such a misleading management in spite of low NSW from "T" to BR classification Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 6:45: p.m., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. day fishing trip which provedto
and irresponsible compilation subscribed rates. The current to allow business and office at the First Baptist Church of Charles Poole, of Temple be a good day for fishing, U
as the Hirsch Report earning level is less than is buildings. The zoning board recommends Mims. From there they journey. Heights, entered J.P.M. Hospital many fish were caught. This of
makes necessary the diversionof needed to support the construct. BP for that area and; ed to the County Home to present on Sunday for minor surg as well as their guests, live in .
trained engineers and other ion program aggregating $89 the developer has agreed to a "Thanksgiving" program. ery. Gloria hopes to be back have everything ready for a
personnel from the urgent service million a year now being carried this change. Class teacher Mrs. Roselle home by the middle of the week. wonderful party. The Barkers,
improvement and expansion forward by the company Sandidge gave the devotionals, Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Cooper, as well as their guests live In
Job. to meet the growth and development I i reading from the 103 Psalm; who live at McLean, Va., arrived the Oakwood subdlv1s1on.t
Yates referred to reports' that of Florida and to make a TWA OfficialSpeaks Mrs. P. W. Roberts Jr., led in last Sunday for a visit with Those waiting for the returnof
the Florida Public Utilities full contribution to the state's prayer; Mrs. Sterling Mills her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. the fishermen were: M r s.
Commission will hold hearings progress. k gave a personal testimony; Mrs. Dunn. Mrs. Hilton stayed on a Carl F. Mangold, Mr and Mrs.
In January based an allegations "We welcome the opportunity s To ClubIn Elizabeth Narrow played her few days while her husband attended John Tackett Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
made by an outside rate consultant to present the actual facts accordlan and Mrs. Norman to business elsewhere in Wesley Phillips, Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Hirsch, in a re publicly and feel confident that I Frost led the singing. Mrs. Marvin the State. Lloyd Douglas Mr. and M r..
port prepared for the City of fair consideration of all the Madrid Shealy read a Thanksgivingpoem Mrs. Mary Wells of Lantana, Kenneth Kelly Mr and M r..
Miami. factors will result in public approval + and Mrs. E. V. Tier gave arrived Nov. 11, to visit her Larry Barker Mr. and Mrs.
Yates' full statement follows: of the way we are discharging 'r M the closing prayer. friends, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Roscoe Lester, George Galolell,
"The company deplores the our obligation" he T F. Huntington TW A's'ice Fruit was given to the residents Dunn. She returned home Sunday Tom Lester and Miss Marsha
fact that such a misleading and continued. -tt'a president special services,, of the home. After leaving the 15th. Barker.
Irresponsible compilation as the Each month, quarter and A plump, olden-brown turkey on the> table If the Moon's recently addressed the American the home the group returned Choir Visits County Home After Mr. Barker
Hirsch Report makes necessarythe to No. 1 tradition. In this day and aRe( knowing tonics know that Club of Madrid, Spain on to the Church and at- The beginning choir of the supper
diversion of trained engineers year Southern Bell reports preparing the bird is not a complicated job. They know, too. of the U. S. space opened his gifts and the rest of
from the Florida Public Utilities that the simple addition of Ac'cent will make their turkey more the subject the evening was spent dancing
and other personnel Commission on its Florida Investments flavorful, both Inside and out. You'll have the beat turkey ever program. and having a good time.
the urgent service improvementand revenue and expenses this year if you'll follow these easy tips: His presentation featured a 24 Employee Groups The Mims Firemar's Auxiliary
expansion Job. Yates said. Estimate the number of servings desired for the traditional series of National Aeronauticsand : held Thursday
"However the company has holiday feast and afterward. A 6- to 8-pound bird serves about Space Administration slides meeting was
nothing to conceal, and if a "In addition, "an auditor of 10; a 14- to 16-pound bird about 20. and several NASA film shorts. Nov. 19. G-iest spe,leers
hearing is necessary, Southern the Public Utilities Commission e Store froren turkey in its wrapper to retain its moisture. Mr. Huntington indicated that were Lyle Duff ana V S. Any
Bell is glad to make public in visits our office, checks and Thaw gradually in the refrigerator, allowing about 12 hours for there Is great interest in such: Receive UF AwardsTwentyfour tin. The AaxuiaTT will conducta
and 24 hours for large Remove wrapped Water
hearings, as it does in audits the company's records. a small turkey a. one presentations in locations survey on Community
open
from cavity.
turkey
monthly reports to the Public "The latest report, Septem giblets. Wash turkey in cold running water. Pat inside dry with around the world. Supply on Tuesday: night atspruce
Utilities Commission, all pertinent ber 30, shows that the towels and leave outside moist. TWA's special services division employee groupsof Florida Power & Light Titus- Hills.
facts associated with its cumulative net investment in paper. Sprinkle the skin and cavities with Ac'cent to bring out the is the parent organizationfor 25 employees or more received ville, 17.29; Belk-Llndsey, .1- Tire Christmas Party for the
Florida operations, its expan- telephone plant and facilities natural turkey flavor and emphasize the juicy quality of the the airline's task force pro awards from the United tusville, $IG.89; Sears-Roebuck,, Mims FirenWs Children wiUbe
used and useful in rending the meek Use V4 teaspoon Accent per pound of turkey. Sprinklehalf viding base support service for Fund for per capita gifts of Rcckledge: 16.2.1; McGregor- Dec. 17. AU: firemen are
company's total telephone service the amount over the akin and inside the cavities; divide NASA at the John F. Kennedy $14.00 or more. Warner M.J3; asked to bring a one ((1) dollar
NASAContinued in Florida stood at $615- remainder between stuffing and gravy. Space Center at Merritt Island. The list was released as partof Lockheed Space and Missiles ;ifta each of their own chin
e Allow about % cup stuffing per .pound of bird and pack the summary of the United
494,071.51. Division 14.53 Central Brevard
loosely; it swells during roasting. ;
From Page 1 "A very simple association! of e Roast turkey In a slow oven (325'F.) under a "tent" of Honored At Fund 64 campaign, by J. A. National Bank 14.53; RCA Service
this investment total, with the aluminum foil to eliminate baiting. Allow about 30 minutes a Boyd Hooper, United Fund awards Company 14.46; McDon- Card Of ThanksTo
these details had not yet been verified revenue and expense pound for birds under 12 pounds 20 to 25 minutes for larger Presbyterian ChurchCarl committee chairman. nell Aircraft Corporation 1410;
worked out. figures shown on the same' birds. The twenty-four groups' average TRW/Space Technology Lab- my many friends and
But he hammered away again monthly report makes it abundantly e After bird I is cooked let it stand about absorbed 20 minutes and makes before I M. Boyd for 10 years I per capita gift was $19.75, oratories, 1400. neighbors a sincere appreciation \
and again at NASA's irrevocable clear that the company's serving. This allows the juice to be better superintendent of the First I for a total contribution of $63.- for the kind thoughts
decision to create the Information earning rate on its total Investment carving canter. Presbyterian Sunday School deeds and get-well cards during r
center on the island. To in Florida, when calculat was presented with a beautiful 482.The employee groups were The Titusville Star- my stay in the hospital, and
do otherwise, he laid, would ed in accordance with the Civil Defense Class Graduates plaque in appreciation of his from the following companieswith !Advocate words of comfort since, I am
favor one or the other area. He standard regulatory practices services during the 11 a.m. the corresponding per / in circulation tome.
disclosed that NASA has had employed by the Florida Public The first Civil Defense classIn : people. Monitoring services will worship service at the church capita gift: in North "My friends are silver; Old
three firm offers of free land. Utilities Commission and ap Radiological Monitoring to be be required from the period Sunday. I AC Spark Plug $46.11; Crys- friends are gold." God bless.
outside the spaceport "a supermarket after nuclear attack The presentation was made by. Brevard. Edna Roberts.
proved by the court, was at the held in Brevard County was shortly a ler Corporation 44.44; Boeing
in North Brevard, a 6 2/3 per cent level on Septem until the radiological hazard the Rev. Charles Bates, pastor, Corporation, 2060; Hooper I
lite near the causeway's inter. ber SO. completed Friday night at the from fallout diminishes to the who also mentioned of Mr. Foreign Cars 25.64; Orlando t

lection with U.S. Highway 1 "Moreover, wage rate Increase Merritt Island Fire Station. point that normal activities maybe Boyd's services in the church Utilities Commission Indian A La Marick Salon is always near you!
acreage !in the Cocoa Beach bargained out no later Seventeen Brevard countlans resumed without significant choir, as a church elder, and as River Plant, 24.71;

area. international than November 5, wherebythe from city fire departments and I danger to the population of a clerk of the session. Mr. Boyd Hooper Motors $20.54; Aero' Melbourne Cocoa Orlando Daytona Beach
"NASA has brought an wage expense of the com Industry received certificatesof I'community. has resigned as superintendent space Corporation 20.42; Cape
attraction to Brevard"he pany's Florida employee will course completed from Mrs. I "Brevard County needs 104 effective at the end of this Cars 1992; Brevard Sentinel.
pointedly reminded his au be so increased that this earning Louise C Gibbons, Brevard radiological monitoring stations year. Star 18.71; Brevard County Abstract TITUSVILLE: Open 9 LIDo to 9 p-m MondayWednesday
dience and implied all of Bro-this rate will be reduced to County Civil Defense Director. I, and 416 trained monitors," Mrs. b Title Co., 18.69; ,Friday Tuts and Sat. Til 5 PA.

vnrrt should be grateful for about t}% per cent level. And, Principal instructor for the Gibbons went on to state. "The If you have rental Technicolor Corporation, 18.
MndfalL briefIng this Wt per cent level becomes course was George Kontra, graduates of this course will I I 29; Brown Engineering, 17.60;
Reaction to the NASA still less when only the local County Radiological Defense provide the nucleus for establishing housing, list it in General Electric 17.39; J. C.

was takes varied.lot to sell me," exchange and short haul tollIntrastite Officer, assisted by A. G. Fish this indispensable servo The Star-Advocate! Penney Co., 17.39; Douglas Air November
IOn a ice for the of this county
people
commented Donn Searle, chairman / / business Is consid er, Industrial Preparedness Coordinator craft Co., 17.11;
.
ered. for Pan American's
100.
of the Committee of
that "It has been our experiencethat Guided Missile Range Division. The following persons graduated
"There haven't are been lots satisfactorily of things explained the commission keeps itself The purpose of the course, ac. from the course: Joe Crisa- /r/onietie S vcrefariat Servicu permanentwave
through these reports and cording to Kontra, is to pro full, Courtenay V.F.D.; Larry ,
yet""I andthey otherwise, currently abreast of vide students with knowledgeand Meyer R. D. Loucks Don Bolt-
their point now,
sure see would have problems the company's earnings, its operations skill In the use, care and on, Marion Harris, and Donald OFFERS THE XEROX-914 COPIER >t
located the center on the and its investment expanion. maintenance, and the operationof Gllroy Chief, Merritt Island
if mainland they ," said new county Three times in the Civil Defense radiological V.F.D.; Doyle Dean and Phillip Reproduces anything even pages In a bound book -
commissioner Ed. Kittles. "I last few months the commission monitoring equipment; the Morris, Satellite Beach V.F.D.; Phone Exact and Legally Acceptable, ,
think they should have explained has closely reviewed thecompany's plotting, recording and reporting U A. Cody and S. C. Mozlnski, SALEeach ,,.
only
V.F.D. and A. V. Dish- -
earning level in Informal of readings.In Cocoa ;
their reasons to begin Dlctstlon Typing Mimeographing
but searching en bane her remarks to the graduating man, E. M. Walker Edward
duties
with and could have avoided a for temporary office
sessions. class Mrs. Gibbons stated Savage, C. R. Rlzzo, Carl Qualified personnel '
lot of hard aren't feelings""We through fighting "Currently, the Southern Bell "In the event of a nuclear Schneider Joe Filbert and E. ALL WORK STRICTLY CONFIDENTIALI wave priced
Company is carrying forward in attack trained monitors will be N. Cook, of Pan American. U74S44 completewith
CU new Avenue Broyhill Bldg. -
president of the GG eater Titus. Florida a construction program required to furnish information Chief Gilroy is also of Pan 1321 So. Washington -

ville Chamber of Commerce.The totaling more than $81 million\ essential _for. the protection of American. :
North Brevard contingentat In 1964 to expand and improve -

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