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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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CaIn Festivities Planned B, j / :

>'- Hull held in their I ovm Idob and special .
The MM edition of fee Monad! official float sad adorn the parade. \+ I IC..llin9
Jaycee Christmas PestMtieikicks I mmn( the ball wlJQfr/be] > famous guest k Jayeees eapeeisd II

off today with the arrival : This parade Is scheduled to Bihldv MiMpSNight to attend I
In Tltusville of Miss Cora be one of the most outstandingin train Orchrstra"t .fcrvTP0'beli.pgfio fertile/ The feai1 tea, hue Urrf.
: 'I' allon. USA wffl mike
Tsopel, Miss Universe: of 1964 Florida and has recehwl verse and
and Miss state-wide recognition as such Iu'g"t: pmG'" "lu1' d|nee band their ,ra ratios at DM ball
USA, Bobble Johnson
',) It'
The pair of beauties Corrin- The parade route will be about r to 1'1.1In' IUs\ at 10o
Kv ----r 'rho .1 II:i\i.co Banc\.S tutee. Th fe will Include U
two and one-half miles long .
.. na of Athens. Greece and Bobble tinder tho direction iiaJ'r .
of Alexandria, Va., will bathe this year, beginning on S o u t h k and college bands,
h.lvn mined tn 1
( jjy nit (IMP 41 profession
featured guests of the Fourth Hopkins Avenue proceeding 4'4 I
Trial .
Annual Jaycee Christmas Parade north on Hopkins to Garden t I : Building'arrlPih acnws Hospitalpalace onne' made finals, or-
entitled, appropriately, Street, then west on Garden to lIat Much ginliatlonal entries such as convttrtiblM. -
"International Christmas". Park Avenue, and then to Draa horses, rawchtng unIts -
l.u and far nicer than t h
Field. o'er emi etc., which will bring the
The festivities begin tonight .
hive locations, the
Bleachers being arrangedfor entire unit entries up a total of
p. m., when amicable Jerry are 11 hl1N' Building Is I attractive nn
the south side of Garden over
Fields plays host to the pair
the out+Ido and has been tastefully
and the Jaycee official committee Street to accommodate approx. decorated on the Instate.using .
for dinner at the Colonial imately 3,000 spectators A nominal the now traditional Mer-
will be for All Junior
Lounge. fee charged curv parachutes nnd fIa sj8denoral .
They will return to their Town bleacher seats. chairman Gwar&i Arnold PoliceLt.
Motel suites for a good night's After the parade Miss Universe said that no tickets will be
rest preparing for a hectic day and Miss USA, with the wM! at the door for those who w J. lohMinon today
tomorrow. Town :Motel has donated official committee and a Star- did not buy ball tickets aheadof Issued, a call for all Junior

three rooms for the Jaycees Advocate photographer, will be time. Tho dance U completely Pellet keys to meet him at the
and their guests; a room given the official tour of Cape structions dinner (R) Co-chairman
PREPARATIONS-Long and hard hours have been on preparations sold out", and all tkkcts Tltuivlllo Police Station at 11am.
each for the girls and a press Kennedy and MILA. spent in preparation for famous guests: (L) Wimpy Bob Keel makes reservations for Miss Universe and are reserved seats
room for the Jaycees. Saturday night after another Mann dance chairman working on ladder as Mrs. Miss USA at Town Motel with Mr Miller mgr. The dance a send| formal affair sharp Saturday morning,
Saturday after breakfast at dinner at the Colonial Lounge, dressed for the ChrlttmM Par
to be tho
-8-A Photo. promises largest
JC wives work on decorations.
official Mann helps. (C-top)
Coffee the two will make their
Paul Salisb-iry's Shop ado.Pardon .
and bwrt dance timid lrtpo
ever *
Bill Dennison in.
the two beauties will mount the appearance at the Christmas (C-bottom) Jerry Fields gives chef

Ita,.ad woe...'. A truck with a hlah The load Mt Delay a traffb light inNew
Number A dewMpwt Tlhanlii.I I at 3,30 p.m. today, kanehtng
T.I.phone S DVOCATE down the aigad. sot cult) power off thmushaut

261-0111 TAR- Advocate tilt eoltNd! oItl a lay In.the...,paabileatbn of mlMt6 t<< iyy 01cr.

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents84th

Year No. 146 56 Pages Today Titusville Florida Friday, December 4, 1964 5c Per Copy Published Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

1-1FBI: Arrests 20 In Slayings '; 1 1.J

Sheriff, Deputy

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NB Area's Largest r+rs Are Charged In

Motel Nears Finish Mississippi


One of the county's largest expected to be open shortly : Mill. (AP)

motels is now nearing complet er the middle of this month.The aft'j -Tb FBI arrested 20 Mini
slppians. Including I Nenho-
Ion in the south part of Titus will '
112 unit structure ba Cotlnl1 sheriff and his deputy
vllle, facing fourlaned U. S. known as the Apollo Motel and I today la connection with

Highway No. tIt will be a member of the Quality I I the midsummer! I l a y I n i e of
j civil workers her,
three rights
Is being built for Randy Court chain. It is built in a "U" ('
Federal agents in t r e n e h
i Thomas and Finley Knight, shape and Is entirely two star. ,I A f cost took Sheriff tiwremaRamey

\ Jacksonville Investors, and Isr lea and of masonry construction N ? ,, 17. and Deputy Sheriff
with car parking area on tin P t Cecil Price, 27 Lota custody at
I outside of the "IT. their: office a few minutes before .

r ShoppingGuide I t ant RallY) and Price,
The property has a hlghwa
dressed in their khaki uniforms,
frontage of 320 feet and a depth
surrendered quietly and n>
.i of 600 feet. The motel construction -
moved their revolver.
measures 350 feet from
front to rear, and has a widthof l Other FBI agentf fanned owr
2U feetA I this fait centrsl MtossUslppI I
North Brevard's Chrbtnus Iowa picking up other men. still
shopping season b roily gtN :25-by-H foot pool will be ,then were arrested at nearby
constructed on the property in Meridian
start today
ring a "baIlf"VP",
and tomorrow as fl ls official the center of the "U". Jensen In Washington fBf DirectorJ
Construction Co., Inc. of Daytona Hoover said 21 men
opened. Beach hold the general LAUNCH TEAM-This nation's next two astronauts! scheduled for fli...:hte. Taking part In tho ccrerr >nv were (i I' m loft) Robert t* altogether have tern named hi

The gigantic Christmas parade contract, with William Geno as space travel and the men who will launch them talk after a special Adcock, test conductor; Joseph M Vei'Undi"i', Martin Company'sCanaveral criminal charge la cwnnectfcin

tomorrow actually' .biw- superintendentA ceremony this week in the blockhouse of the GemlnJ.Titan II launch Division Gemini project director; Francis X. Carey, with the deaths fait June of ,.

aids rhe shopping season opening restaurant Is also In complex at Cape Kennedy. Gemini spacecraft: commander: Virgil L chief tail conductor; John w! Young, Gemini' spacecraft. co-pilot; drew Goodman and Michael
fat North Brtvard, but today process Major GrlMom James A Kelley teat conductor; Charles Clechettl,
(Gus) Grissom (fifth from left) presented five Martin Company teatconductors fehwernrr, two white I New
with the arrival of MIss of construction on the property with special lapel signifying their official certification test conductor; and Mark J 0o0Jhind, test conductor. Martin Company Yorker; ind James Chaney, aNegro
Universe and Miss USA and and facing the highway It pins will alternate Is under Air Force contract for the Gminl-T1tan 11 launch from Meridian ;
launch into The five test conductors
will be of the Dutch Pantry to men space.
for one .
red activities planned testing and launch operation
thorn tho soason gets under chain of eating establishments the master countdown console during the ten manned Gemini vehicle development, assembly, Hoover' said 19 were charged
and is expected to be with conspiring to Interfere with
way.T. completed at about the I a m e BoardApproves federal. rights and the other two

augment this busy Mason time. The restaurant measures Somebody Kept Stealing Zoning with being aoteMortrf after Uie
The Star Advocate Is T5 by 73 feet It will have a distinctive fact of a crime
publishing a M9. tabbed \ and-white shingle Only The fill said Its det'natenwould
sptclal soctlM, complete with roof, made of heavy.gauge !steel be made afalafale to
color, and containing advertising I with baked enamel covering.A Bell state authorities. tar poMible
from It business firms hi I That Ding-Dang One RequestOnly murder warrants.
modern service station is
North Brtvard, all calling attention I Deputy) Price WM KM Mpitrewi
to till merchandise also being planned on the property I to acknowledge se M(
offered this u,. : near the southeast corner, the of old to one of four t'nrJftMI re-
and prices KltbttchmUt before It was returned to' to announce an emergency. to running as In days the trto alive en Jan n and
and adjacent to the highway. By LeulM rear/ quests was recrmtmeruH: f r
1 had
home justin see what happened of thane who helped
children or
Sh.ppors'Gold. the Conleys where it Is hoped ran WM OM
"The Christmas The brass beD that will ride nurMte MUey. who re approval to lily: Corm 11 by
extend Invitation to t 11 a Mm their bodies from a >
Chrlfttntt" that it will remain. an remove
to a Merrier atop the Brevard County Man- I and have member the t"D frem cWid- TtiMvtlJe PhuMtiifj and & The 'wandering"brass ben i 14 : neighbors to come ant eerthm
the special! Aulo Sales I. at hie wsdne.dynyld
K out that TmNvlllostores Tag tal Health Association's float in only about U Inches tall and 10 wine of Leah deudtjus palateGerdy land m.mberi will" ride on of the the!float Awknr with' MMMMDIn .. I ** !.
bunting at the\ tomorrows Christmas Parade 'inches in diameter acrou the I soup two Among thoM arrested lien
are of wonderful has historical wen u a 'bottom. A regulation size ship Mrs. recounted t Club Mm MUey wfll' nag the' uthtr acttnn till ,1PIIrIdI- were Herman Tucker the loner
seams with\ thousands 1S% In County a u 11'1 advertise" the Befl AMfen sent t ah'lAm 111
Up : bell to
back nostalgic time the bed was rung to of the ewwtrortkvn crew at
gift idles > mysterious background i ben brings many Bad. which demies tutsternal fhe ZiMMnsj Ordinairemnt ........ men
for and yours t* I Leah I memories to the the gifts pu The bell, owned by Mrs '' wood. Health AMne1.... ami Rave tmUrttve approval
November, the number wrmndmg deafer
who and
** Through of Tttunvtfl sued' ear
reirtdents JAM a
ChrtemvM Giving./ first "lifted" in 1914 .. ?
irf tan
CoaJey, was of Valley
the Bell far MeeHalTJealth a r ylat
of car and truck license; heard enttdren I when she was iwUftod there Ian Ring the cMtrthow*
I the bell seen at
as The
ring .
This b one ef the finest tK- it rode the! focatad
the year The ban WIll be hW to be known M tHajMands. ,
tone ever pvbfllhe4a.\ i plates sold. in the county reached Panama canal affixed to the I by Mrs Conleys late husband, 1-" a mentally HI person had in Motet hi flwoa on the soMJt aide of MRM WM MM as Flit awmta ar
total] of 114.235. A The chfldren were Dee 2t at Cocoa: Piles
and M Is eeg- a year "Lncle Dick" Conley. Many of area. all rived. fliMsy and were
Star-Advocate to
the total was M.Oil in the tugboat Anoon reported with I and acoMtRttd for ao- Beech and the prvwsdn win beprewmted ; also reeMnmeadod affroval rafl The FBI whilewitting \
merchants that Iho t ago these children now adult, prewttt MK on a
paled by have been the brat boat to have to the WuMrthuff. Memorial of a plat of Cwjuiiu .HNb Untt(
and in 1M2 the total ) 10 mhmus arVer attracted crowd |
section\ be saved a* a guidefor lame panted through the canal families of their own proximate/ Sift rtM.of ,
to pwchaae ) cmitMijMt
all Christmas shepputg. was 81,73.! that only an adult was allowed the btU rang. Recratly Mrs endow. aumtjerhHt about 100.
The ben has acquired a long fur KnotMcBM
for the pnycMatrlc way hiiMisj given
the ben for the sjlrl ulpmrat the crowd spoke lo t
In Tltusvffle a total of %2.092 I history of being "Wled" stolen to ring the bell Conley rang and came wart i Root The sNe. Is. kitt No one In
plates were sold through November re Melee, and stolen agaia. It was tolled for many years;, scout troop neighbors ed ImmMKeMy west of CopfcM them

m D HfOOWI this year, as compared finally recanting to the Conley: < FJ.enemlory Mtuut The crowd ** angry after
IINJII'Rll with 17,4:% in IMS and 14,J42 b. home. But once again the bell ,'County Permils Tola! Mobile Blood Bank The remniM I nf. of Ixwts,the FBI dejjerted with the arrested -
lie I was sterimisly: Inrt" for a Building To Be Here Monday / Tarnish and Rd thus for .*.. Several bystanders

In Cocoa a total of 43.027 tag! property kcated at Hrowa, Yror I threatened newsmen and pho-
in the I wad awl f.ardMi west from' tlJCfapM", and OM bulled akamhUe
sold this sam
were year to(
period 8.1K in 1963 and Win $$3,198,721 Month Of November i The MoMhr .Mind Bask oil I Ms an *M BB rlaestflratlnn to fA' AP pbetntwher Jack
1962. be at OM U__ I/*)*!, ear (0 WW On Sage 21))) (CMirbwod On Page 21))

In Melbourne: a total of 4R November was a rosier toontaM was PW.'1' with taj* fJC''ar of n-iitianini. Ave awl

: 271 tags were sold this year tr the bofidlBg: permit front I'that repreffltod to 27 new ,Garden ft, Monday betwH* 4 BREVAJ\D HOMES ONLYII
the same perf d. .a.401WC yeas r >w '' Maud. Two can- dos. LIMITED TO NORTH
.tLY than was October, rib War homes! permits 7 p... AeyoM isHiisj to
and 25,4 M to Dee tit business runateg a mUlloa mental. permtu added. .OB to ale bend lo lae. bind tccmrntf Fill Out and Mad To CHECK OHEIn

New Tags Sue dudars over that for tiejrr.ioca "|..,,W) and toe mstwfl arms the. efa*. an rsj.d to daso Be g1.w.
1 mootfl, Somabtr's total eMs sr, *Ul was HTJIt perttcslefty MSMM an Smith Funeral HOlDe (J N.aNA.llgloneTUurvtH.
New lie tap for Florida! ea' tlttBig the t3.lM.7H 1IIIn.0Irhr'1 week, Florida 0 Dec.Tal.d Door
BrwaN. the ,
North pert '
17SIDPPII& owners will go on sate Feb j i total was $%.JH'ht. bad hoar rutdnejual BWMHS to- asked to de.Mi to the SSC

and will be valid for 13 meetfeThey Daring November a total U Jemes Jh-rUet n Pkwrks eOr ICCIIMItHard. t ..r.. Is hive day N5Ms en end 4.c..tt. .r Man
wffl hare a nuroos. background ...., o.c..w 29th. t Bois"t She Judge'e
liii ttwevw't
'... 121 stogie famfly residence permits Tttew... ne* *ed a fU.IM o.c.w
with yellow leUeriag
MM tags w. ... were issued adding ap ton one fee a Sterwoud ll.ate ..'. DrJre-ln D.elrle s II Seel. .
DAYSLEFT The praeot 1Ja. n- .57J JM aceordws to CowtyZoeJnsj .home te be ounrtnttirt hyriattde 'I

come About obsolete KM new March tags 21.have a office fl Bre*. Two ) "...... Wt Bo|. m Holds Big Opening Name ... .. . . .. ......&.1.. .."... .. .. .
eijMsfai permit tat TKsMMeMtarn .
apertmeat Aft.

ready lets in bore this county rewired Reservation by owier l : t a total 14 nib. htt d tte ewral Aa iI. Boc WUSM I IYi. I twdww. the saw dm tafcasatxrsjtr Addtea .., .. .. ..., .... ..... .. ... ... .. .
Bsafeen, wt r i1''t lIEn aauhcr fRUM aad IUJSM fcr a Seme Jill reaiaaraat. at MMW

reqoeitteg be accepted speeUI sod the ead ef H* .. .....,.,. ... .'six op eoonerdal another \Xllt ptrsuu*. peAidt I! btates Jai.bites, tome.fcr 1I1IM.: p h0, Apple. Plan, to IkMiIIC a (fry . .. .. . . .. .. .. .. ..,... f,

month. Cat and track tags ar! s. ,. ... j TIle pMt week's activity a Mane Zrke low 1WS I mad HIBSSS; Meywdty ... (INTIIII/ MUST II ,,(lIVID If DIC.14dt,
available at die teat am*, through Tscnday, was oa the'stn I .,... TKwBe, w. bufidco i oMtrtst free. .thlu 0,
here and also at bnaEhes ta I' ..... ehfUrea ptas spMtel* 4, '
west road at I ,
zockdge and KeI InIe. i Mr. UA C.. iloy side. Total for the a cowry '


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Titusville (Florida) Srar-Adrocatt BOB HUDSON'SMULLET


ORIL4 Established 1180 =BUSINESS-]

Published Mondays, o

AnM A Wednesdays, and Fridays Check that special section In your StarAdvocate WRAPPER

today it contains 36 of Christmas Co/Yum
v Mauc1 pages gift
y By Titusvllle Star-Advocate, Inc
C selections. It's our first time in producing Christ

C nee At The Star-Advocate Building mu Shopping Guide and we feel it truly tells the 1
1100 S. Hopkins Ave, story of what so many local merchants have to Had a call from Charlie Bar- nual catch of shrimp. Our hope

offer for Christmas purchases. Pull it out of your ,. field of the parole office here Is that they predict more, since

MEMBER: Florid Press AII'B: National Editorial A..'* and and Dawgone, them Coon Holler breakfast yew ever ett, an that about a man who is being paroled we love shrimp. Actually the
Associates paper save it to do your shopping by. And
Press. theres is and needs a Job. The man catching of shrimp te a $14
there of
it's rather too what with the Crab Smachers has got tew jelly
"Christmasy" bright is 60 years old and has bad 28 million business to Florida an-
Henry H. Hudson Pre,. Mr*. Hate) 8. Hudson, Vice.-Pru. watt till December hard tew beat.
Robert H. Hudson, tlety.-Treas. red Friday, See where Phillips M I is puttin' years experience as a teletype foxily
Henry H. Hudson Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor ink.TUusvllle's newest food establishment 11th before they kin do any up a nllin' station on South operator and typist he
;David Dunn Advertising Mir. 8. L Floyd, Circulation Mgr, oyster shut-kin. Mabee Its jlst weal worked for many years with Latest definition of a husband
located In the heart of Kirk's Plata Is Washington. Pretty soon\
Raymond B, Rutherford, Classified Adv. Mgr. holding Associated Press in Florida.He -a sweetheart after the
ss wen, what with the peeradean' have every oil company in the
Second-Class Portage Paid at Tttuaville, Florida a grand opening today through Sunday. Hardee's the big dance on Saturday.Yew land except the Goose Gulch ran afoul of the law on a!I nerve has been killed.

one of the fastest growing chains of Shuckers kin go tew the Snake Oil Co. run bj my old charge of forgery and Is being

Carrier Home Delivery Subscription- 1 Yr. $1.10.1 Rates Mo. $4.00.3 Mo. $ .a abort-order food also Is opening in other locations high school Key Club Fish Fry friend, Picks Nuckles. Picks Is of paroled after serving sentence.two years Better for plan tomorrow's to get situated

By Mall in Florida 1 Yr. MJO Mo. $3.50.3 Mo. 2.00 in Central Florida. The attractive structure an' buy a ticket an' still git tew lookln' fer a good location but If a three-year has for early Christmas big
Outside Florida -1 Yr. $7.80.1 Mo. M.OO8 Mo. $2.M Parkwoods on time an' remember -' heez a little shy of money. He anyone a place parade. It'll move
certainly Is an addition to Titusville. that fish fry is fer a I bet on All Landon to win the this man in their organization, up Hopkins to Garden, then
You not think that art and business mix Charlie would sure like to west and to Draa Field. We've
might nltey noble cause tew. I heard eleckshun last month.
tf iss Unyverse was visit Are all of the Christmas lies know about It. fought the crowds before and
EditorialsBaker but that's not what Earl Jones of First Federal Savings gonna Parolees have contributed know how it is.
tough we advise -
the Crab Smashers but mabee strung up an' down the main
and Loan Association believes. He is promoting much to business firms to there
many you "get early". ,
the Exalted Blabber Bill Lyerly streets? Shucks it don't hardly
an exhibit of art at both the downtown FFSL as dn coax her few stay over. seem like Christmas without in Brevard County and they art I See you on the sidelines!

well as at the Indian River City branch. Of course, Anyhow I hear old Santy Claus plenty of colored lites er bells regular and valuable employ.

Earl has always displayed an interest in art, an- will be there with presents fer er deckyrtioiu downtown. Maybe .I I ees.If could locate this '
And The FifthBobby you help '
the good little boys an' girls. Old Fud ott tew dress up
tiques good books etc. as indicated by the in contact
appear- Looks like Dutch Pantry is like Santa Claus an' direct the man a Job, please
ance of the two "homes" of FFSL. gonna; be openln soon. Old Fud traffick on Friday rite Mayor Charlie Barfield at the parole

Baker, former secretary to the Senate How about a firm In business only three hal been in several of them Walker says it would be all office here.

Democratic majority, who, from all report, playedhis months, and already handling three-quarters of Dutch Pantry around the country rite but how wood the traffick
all worthwhile an' there mitey nice loIkIan' git around Fud? Aw come on "I hear you have a boy In
job and the Senator for they were a million In salts? Sutton and Associates are 1f
mitey good places tew glt now, Mayor.Be college. Is he going to becomean
holding the trusted petition, showed little respect proudly announcing this fact. They're not only yer vlttles. There home made seem y'all engineer, a doctor or a

for that body' Investigating committee Wed proud of their mark but of the area and the )tread makes the best toast ferYOUR Unkle Fud lawyer, perhaps?"

nesday. many newcomers moving Into North Bruard.Jackson' "Well right now the big
question really is: Is he going;
Florist will have
Baker refused 46 times to answer questions a Christmas open to become a sophomore."
house from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Jackson says GOVERNMENT
posed by members of the committee Investigating an
from she'll have displays of Christmas-season plants, designs An indication of the work
alleged $25,000 political payoff government
contract and invoked the 5th Amendment's protec and arrangements, and urges residents to stop .A WEEKLY REPORT BY yard public to bodies help recreational are doing in facil Bre- if

Jackson's is located U. S.1 and the riverfront .
tion against self-incrimination in refusing to surrender by. on ties Is the proposed park on

subpoenaed documents. about half a mile north of Florida Wonder- the St. Johns River west of the :

land. Orlando Utilities plant at Bell

While the case has been referred to as a 'poli Belk-Llndaey'a U going "all out" this Christ Cove ilafT' wood.Agreement BYSAVIN' ;

tical football' from his actions Baker leaves little at was reached
window entertain
mss with an animated to the this week by the County Commission SAM
.doubt in anyone' mind as to the truthfulness of the old and young alike. Manager George Brown purchasing- the 430-(

charges. He was reported to have asked to come believes It will be a big attraction It's their A PREDICTION ON the areas where visitors normally acre site that could be developed Some day some group ofbiochemical

before the committee and be heard. Was he expect- "first" In the downtown pl.... TOURISM IN FLORIDA I stay. into a major recreationarea prove I that investigationsmay a deficiencyof
Still another boon to the for the North
entire Cen-
ing to take the 5th Amendment when he did this? A little bit of this and that. don't forget the Florida will continue to gainIn state in bringing big more tourists tral part of the county. a tulphatide high oxidation phosphorus reduction and

It hardly seems logical. If he was desirous of shedding 48-hour stereo and television sale at SIR Store In the number of tourists com- Is the new interstate highway We've never been much for potential in a certain area

some light on the proceedings, wonder what, Mima celebrating their first anniversary. and tog to visit us. That's the good system, linking Florida with all fishing or boating Just of the cerebral cortex l. invariably
news we have from the Florida parts of the nation. These easter oesn't interest us too much. associated with the
who his mind?
or changed the grand of Kress Gas and Co.
opening Appliance Development Commission the routes of travel will lure But we back every effort madeto creation of great poetry. ,

The disrespect displayed<< for these Senators and in Magnolia Plaza yesterday through tomorrow agency that has done so muchto more and more motorists as help both and we think this JOSEPH NEEDHAM. \
Cambridge University I
for your entertainment the Starllghters are bring them here and is in a they are completed. By 1970 land purchase is an excellent
their esteemed position, regardless of their party affiliation position to know. I II
when most of these highwaysare move. I
back at Howard Johnson's Shipwreck Bar on Friday i
Baker's true colors as the shady-
depicts their estimates the
Basing on I open to traffic r'torida Iowa Harold
dealing, fast-bucker who now would bite the hand and Saturday nights hobby items for Christmasat tremendous gain In tourist should be attracting more than I JnU reported, no decreasein

that fed, and fed, and fed him In more ways, ap- the Titusville Hobby Center at 2506 South hat we have experienced during 20 million visitors annually ball Another Is ahead big week-end of us-on of foot.tele- box-office receipts after
the past four years of our Although Florida will he advertised on his cine-
Hopkins. reap
pwently, than they will ever know. administration, the Development benefits from the interstate vision. With high school seasons mansion marquee: "TWO
closed out (except for a FEATURES NEITHER
Commission predicts
system and will always be in a "
few bowl games and state semi-
we will have IS million tourist favored position because of its
Capital Punishment Behind The Scenes annually in HB5. ideal climate and natural at- Mal games this week-end) we TIME-
look forward to such events as
Although all figures, trloutes, we should not relax our the Bears
the Packers vs at 2p.m.
are not complete for 1964, efforts in attracting tourists
The special commission appointed to study FIorda'i we expect to have 14.S million We lace competition from our Saturday, Mississippi vs. Diplomacy: the art ot !

capital punishment laws voted 8 to 3 Wednesday By Reynelds Knight In Mexico, Florida, Columbiaand visitors by the end of this year. Caribbean neighbors and also Mississippi Florida State at 2:49:LSU p.m. letting someone have your I
the Caribbean. Saturday, vs replay -
not to sponsor reappeal of the state's death NEW YORK In this television This shows a healthy gain of at from our sister states. at 1 p.m. Sunday, Lions way UNKNOWN

w laws.Proposed. age It II blithely assumed If the turtles return to least 300,000 tourists over the To meet this competition, all vs Colts at 2 p.m. Sunday, Patriots
penalty that "no one reads any more.", these sands and do not try to previous year. and this des- of us should strive to improveour vs Chiefs at 3:30: p.m. Sunday

I changes In the law will likely be recommended But the printing Industry has go back to Costa Rica to lay pile the stiff competition we faculties for tourists develop and Rams vs 49eri at 4:30:
quite a different view on the their eggs, then the turtle conceivably had from the New York more attractions and continue Sunday. JANUARY 11 Is Savin'Sam'
taking p.m.
by the body to the 1089 Legislature,
World's Fair.
matter. can be restored as a the courtesy campaign What with football "double- birthday, but YOU
into consideration mitigating circumstances, etc., In 1883 the $l0-biilon industry food source In areas where it This put summer, for instance emphasized by this administra headers" now on Sunday afternoons get the presents.

in certain type cases, breaking them down Into degrees turned out 25 billion newspapers, once was plentiful With all all previous records tion. the weekends are becoming -
the Including the one you are read. the other aids to criminal de- were broken at Florida's eight In of the State real minded."
of the offenses and setting out punishment our promotion "sports
ng; more than a billion hard. tection at their fingertips, the Welcome Stations, located on we should realize that new Of course this doesn't endeartv
for each. back> books, and 10 billion magiilnei. police soon may be able to the main highways: coming into areas now are open to us for at to the housewife who hopes Let lief
track crook the metals In the state More visitors stoppedto
' Not to mention paper. a by little work of
tracting tourists. Just this summer to get a yard out
have abolished
Many states capital punishmentand tacks, pamphlets, and educational his hair, literally. Science finds drink a free glass of orange tne Miracle. Strip resorts hubby but it does satisfy \ ler
the few remaining states which still have It on and direct mail mater. that each of us has traces of juice and obtain information at from Pensacola to Panama the rabid sports fan. our110t1ey

,. ,the statute books have been searching their souls on als. about 17 metals and with mod. these stations from June City noticed a great Influx of Were W c J1
methods these traces be through September than during
how ern can
Yes, people are reading
the but like Florida have not seen fit to visitors from Texas. The people
subject, ,
ever much they watch televis! "matched up" to the discomfiture any previous period. Almost Rather Interesting that a jury 'tai it
there have heard, about the
abolish the practice. ion. In fact national advertisersare of the criminal. Bump 100,000 more visitors were excellent found that cigarette smoking Is
reported turning back to ing and jarring of hospital patients counted at the Welcome Stations beaches of this area "reasonably safe" In a trial in
Capital punishment laws have, in our opinion, newspapers and magazines and while they're being moved during June, July, August, and and are choosing it for their va which surviving members of a {

served to curb murder, rape and other capital offenses. the publication Printers' Ink from place to place may soon September of this year than cations. Althougn Texas has not family attempted to sue a to- 1
been included
The fear of punishment for these dastardly finds newspapers the first disappear for good. A shock-ab topped last year efforts in our advertising extent bacco company over the deathof
choice of advertisers and grow. sorbing wheel has been develop. The increased number of vision to a great the father. It Is more Inter-
crimes have, no doubt, lessened their commitmentand ng much faster than either television ed to take the bumps and jolts this fall also paints an opmistic previously, now a promotion esting to note that the foremanof

have made for a better society. or the general maga now felt by the patient picture for our winter campaign is being directed the jury gave up cigarettes -
zines. Athlete's foot and other fungus eason. Tourists seem to becoming there to bring even more visit- during the trial

These laws are not based on the old adage, "An KEEPS ON SHINING infections may be on the way earlier this year. Already on.And

eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth." They have American women spend approx. to oblivion. The victor may bea there's been enough cold so it will be in other One thing to be said in favorof -let First Federal help

.Been necessary In our society, not to punish as muchas Imately $100 million yearly for new anti-fungus agent, called weather up North for people to areas of the country. New high statues for politicians-they you arrange the transfer
floor waxes, both the buffing tolnaftate which Is reported start thinking of Florida with ways and more money to spend keep their mouths shut.
to prevent commission of these dastardly acts, kind and the type that dries to highly successful in tests. I nostalgia. wilt entice visitors from every 10 you'll lot no Income

and they have proved a good preventive measure. a shine. Then, too, the KlpUnger section: of this land. AU we Know don't like to THERE or HERE
The criminal element of our society does not pock. Newsletter, known for its accurate need to do Is to continue to expand you
bills but would
The latter have become stead- et timer that can also be car. reports and predictions, our promotion program: tax we If you are thinking of transferring -
understand their member of the
obligation same I Tax Assessor
as a like to compliment
sly more popular ever since tied in a purse if you are a illS stated that Florida will and get Florida's message your out of town
and they care nothing for the rights of their fellow they were introduced In 1932. It woman. Set for Interval between 'have a "terrific winter." It across to this larger audience. Clark Maxwell and Tax Funds to First Federal of Tlusvllle. -
" ,man. but they understand and know the punishment Is a real work saving development five minutes and one bases Its surmise on the economic : With all of us together, there'sno Collector J. D. Nash for the In- and If dividends or
formation they Included with interest on them are due
they can expect for committing capital offenses that homemakers welcomed hour, it softly buzzes at the boom this nation Is now reason why Florida cannotbe the tax bills. about Dec. 31 bring your
and still like. Now a leading also the fact even more than it is today,
enjoying and on
and they govern themselves accordingly, end of pre set interval Useful One pamphlet was "TnF.cts" pass book to First Federal
manufacturer has come out the vacationland of the nation
reminder for that more tourist facilities are right now and we will attend
taking pUla or breakdown
We concede that there are good points In the with a new floor wax that it remembering parking time limit being developed la Florida in or even the world. of which the various gives millages a in to all details of the transfer

argument against capital punishment, but we insist terms the most significant floorInish *. Fluorescent markers .o you won't lone income a
the various districts a breakdown at either end.
of the past Ingle day
that the bad points far outweigh the good. The element development that can be used on any surface in how each tax dollar is

of society to which they apply for the most S2 The years.Johnson Wax firm now Is The felt- paper leather, plastic. Letters To The Editor I II spent; and a map showing the Youll get income THERE
-Upped markers come In
various tax districts. end of this period'
until the
in the Northeast,
part, are a hardened, uncontrollable lot who do not marketing distribute nation five colors. Especially useful for The other shows the Impact and your dividends at First
understand or appreciate language or laws writtenor and expects to marking Junior's for will start January 1.
bicycle Federal
after the introductory I eyelid Ai interference In your lace well fellow American of 1000 new Inhabitants. They
ally soon
spoken in mild terms. period a new floor finish called night riding Electric travel Editor: that's exactly the position mean 270 new families, Including It's her nice where to hive you your can savings see

It would be nice, yea, if we could abolish capital Bravo.." The company con- kit.Includes Operates on single bat. I The bare truth of communismhas of the United States. 500 adults 200 school children them at work in fine first

punishment laws along with other laws, but ends the new aeH-polishing wax tery. two toothbrushes reared Its ugly head pro dirk C Mcdelland and 300 pre-scbool children. mortgages on food home in
many man's and lady's shaver,
for the first time enables a ,testing the recent effort to protect They require M acres of rtsl- this growing lowing Community
with crime increasing annually they are all neededto homemaker to wash a shiny I body massager and hairbrush the white populace from Thanks S.O.S. NurseMrs. denial land, 13 acres of streets, ,

protect our society without them a bad situ floor with a detergent solution massager Quick battery 'I barbarlanlsm in the Congo. 12 acres of public land, 3 acres

ation would be appreciably worsened and capital offenses without dulling the glass, but ette charger lighter works on car through, Into which cigar Communist nations through Irene Law Director of service industry and 2 acres thn1n orf Insurance can get
of retail stores. They mean 270
would increase by leaps and bounds were the till remove the wax easily one end of cord Is plugged. Other out the world are frustratedwith Nurses Brevard County Health 400 2 10.000 ($30.000 for a lIustndand
houses can
of thousands of more more ,
when by adding a news Department wishes to
necessary end into express wife) by FSLIC an
fear of the death in the goes regular electric
not 7
penalty ever-present common household chemical: outlet white men, women and children a special thank you' to all miles ol improved streets agency ,of the U.S. Government
minds of criminals. ammonia to the detergent so having been rescued from communist nurses in Brevard County who new school classrooms. 120,000

While we do not contend that it measures up to lution. BITS O'BUSINESS Reflecting led Congolese, butchers participated In the S.O.S. Polio more gallons of water per day,
Company chemists turned to Industrial gains, sales of We ask ourselves how any civilized Vaccine Program 2 more firemen II more schoolteachers
the definition of law do contend
a "good" we
Zirconium nation with for and 175.000 per year
a rare element : electronic: and electrical equipment respect
Jt is by far the lesser of two evils and, In our opinion to develop the product. for should reach another rte mankind could overlook the ungodly "Your support was a great for the school budget, 3 more First Federal

it should not be stricken from the books.A which a patent Is pending. ord high level In IN, on the atrocities which were contribution to the health of pow and 1,400 more li
SCIENCE IN THE NEWS basis of an anticipated five percent brutally accomplished.The the community and helped to boob.I LOAN
The U. S. Navy has begun a rise la electronic: sates to above fact to mind; why make the program successful SA VINGSS I N

study of the navigational! abilities flit billion, and a three percent should our United Nations tax In Brevard County," Mrs. Law I Hear about the gal who was OF TITUSVILLE
record 5,320,294 students are enrolled In colleges of the green turtle with the climb In electrical sales to dollars support such countries stated In again expressing so bowlegged she could walk
.... .
across the nation this year a 10 percent rise In Idea of restoring the turtle pop ftt bIlUolThe daily rate as Egypt and Algeria, two nations her many, many thanks. down a bowling alley wtfle a "At Mole.
Caribbean steel Novemberhas who advocated our with- game was going oaT a
In the Wednes- ulation of numerous of production
the announcing figures
past year. Islands where the chelonian been above that for October drawal from the Congo prior to
day, the office of Education said the increase represents once was a food staple but has contrary to the usual trend success of the rescue operation? Printing Needs! Good newt at least for InJUn Indian Rives River Branch Plaza

the impact of postwar babies now reaching since: died out Thousands of Chemical companies, with They branded this action as 'i n- three of us who love shrimp.The Dial AM 7-M1I
turtles have been trans- a rise of around 11 cent ta terference into the Congolese See The U. of Miami Institute of
baby per
college age and the Impact is expected to be just as t to 3 OHy-Alt. M PrU.yFRII
Wanted by the Navy from Cosa sales In the first nine months c41W4 Peoples Republic. Marine Science reports la the
great next year. The average yearly Increase for Rica breeding grounds! (the are looking forward to another I Would you smile and request Star Advocate future scientists may be ableto PARKINOp.

the past decade has been about seven percent last la existence) to beaches good )MT la 1HJ. a towel tf a debtor were to spit predict tt advance the an



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IN THE eileOVIT eon OPTMB III ..1111 ....5.? '? 596> \'
Outdoor NItuwor UDICJ.L d AND' wat aaii .RD COU n ,

Christmas Decorating FOR WRIVACMANCSRY. IeN' CM1 Y.

Engineers Big :IUTU' .. r "I IT CHAMTBR MOHTOAOB COM /
, Contest For MimsScolfsmoorThe GAGS AMOCIATION. a corner. PANT' 1\ corporation Plaintiff/

atlas eriaaraad mmt ...... naer > ,..
aa Act of Counaa nnraunnt MOM HILL 8111LDaRIJ or
I The Mims \inunteer HrerMAi Fire departnvMt members are to th* Federa.1 ttattoaal' Marliaa COCOA, INC. 1"orld.. oor or-

AuxUUtry Is sponsoring not eligible i for anything except Aeeoclatlon Charter Act bavlniIt Man: ., ale
I prliMlnal oleo I la the City Defendant,
Sand Treasure Hunt the 1964 Christmas Outdoor Decoratidf honorable mention.Decorations of umhla Wa.amilea. INalrM of OoT-: XOTICE OF ,Sill'

CoMfit for the MimsScoUamnor Plaintiff TITS STATS Or FLORIUA

are*. The contest must be up and v. TO THI VBRNON COMPANTcorporation ,
lights Inuit be on by Dec 21 M1CHAKI I R. ITRANOIII! andNANCY I a with Id orlii.ilnal .
Fort search bottom. all the Atlantic Coast Successwas Is open to all retildenta covered T nTRANQE:. his wife place of b..I..... atDM
of will the
JACKSONVILLE ( A P ) from eight south ocean fire the Fire and remain until Dec 37 JudgIng Dofto.d.. .. Molaae National rim./k

Army Engineers and the Costal Pierce inlet to a point opposite : When sand deposits are found reported off New Jenny by protection by will be on Dec 21.MHII' TATE OF FLORIDA BulMIn. Dm Moln.. Inw.f .t
I Department. TO: MltHAKI I R. STRANDS. ) W 0 .KIN. IN('ORPORATBD .
Engineering Research Center Vero Beach by bouncing sonic signals 75 to where a sand search was made whoa* lad known malllnaaddreaa a ooroor.llon. with

plan a giant treasure hunt off In addition. Army engineersexpect I 150 feet beneath the surface In last summer Entry blanks may be obtain' I. ail Weather IK principal parr of *um
I ed It t the Standard Service Ma quadron, POM. N.wk.. I nee. at ?*S Pmchlree "Street
the Florida coast early in Jan. to make a cursory checkof water 10 to 100 feet deep, drillIng i I Florida beaches suffered extensive ". or.Utt'I'I'IIIJIII. I'ICTITIIII.n. New York No'tb".I Atlanta, Ueerriai

They will be looking for sand : sand sources from Cape rigs will be brought thereto damage during two hurricanes trim located on the corner of You ara hereby! .otlMeri that a You are hereby notin ult haa been filed In
suitable to be pumped to the Florida to Cape Kennedy about take core borings samples this year and have been U. S. 1 and Male Road 48. tha Circuit Court la and for the> above .milled asee aaalnat and yen that Mill,) .... been .flint .caln.1 you
states eroding beaches Col!. one mile offshore. I I The sand search in Florida Is plagued with beach erosion for Auxiliary members will also Rravanl No Coualy ttTtT In. Florida R* Adoption. Chanoary of row. are or other rtqulrad rmponaiv Ui file plaadlna your an.war (" K'OA, IN(' a Florida ...>.rnnrtin -
H R Parfttt, U. S. district en. Electronic sounding devices : part of a similar program for years. have entry blanks (or your con by K.rta.th Blla Ray Car WUIIama.IHattk his a minor atw. with the Clerk of thereof tdl. (.ourt and the lo Individually.. MOtM. and J. OR11NDWERO.II TrilMMi
nerve a
venlence! I copy upon '
gineer, said a contract will be --- father, To: Larry Runan; Winlaina. : Plaintiff or Plaintiff. Altoro.v., ( OMIT. INC. a Florida torpor
few First prise will be tlO.00. sec the niaoa of raataanoa of address la Crof allm. FIRST NATIONAL BANK
awarded within the next whom I* unknown: Tau are bar. ton,'itr'o: : MB: palm or TITl'flVII.I.II. a national
ond prize will be IS.00 and third
I notIfieS that Petition hoe hankingorporatlon; CUAMT
weeks to make geophysical by a Avenue, Tltu.vllle, Florida, not
I prize will be a glass Knack set.MITlfll boon flied. In the above ..lYlttlCourt 'aler than ni...niber :a. IM4 If ('AltINI l'O" IN' a Florida
of the ocean bottom nrpir.llon, Al'Dl.ANB LI'
surveys by Elba Carr Black for you fall to do n, Decree Pro MBCR
Many people think the ocean I"j j Ih. adoption of Kenneth R.v Confeno. will be eaten ...III.t a HI ILUBHH SUPPLY, I NO., a
k TO IMMMTON4 William., n minor. bv the you for the relief damaided In the riorlila ornoratlon: no MM AN
I bottom is all sand but geolo Petitioner. Ellen Carr Rlatk. and' complaint, Thl null U to forenoon COMPANY or MELBOURNE

gists are quick to point out that You aad rack of you are haroby you are required to serve a ,ovv I a morl...*, Th real properly INI IINDHLhT a Florida nrporatlon
noli fled and of your Answer or obloilliina proceeded aenlolal, IIMRBR COM.
required to present
most of the ocean floor is mud, any olalma. sad demands whl.hYP" chow cause why old .... 1"1 lot l'I, Him.k MB: Sherwood PANT a Delaware .orporatlnnaulhorlMil >
material coral or or allhar of you. may have should not ha r.nl.d on the Park eitlon R. .'*!rdln. toPlat In rln bu.lneeo In the
clay silty ..IBM the enlace of OSCAR tornv for Petitioner. Edward L. thereof .. recorded In Mtat of florid." : JAMES R.
stone which cannot be used for SMITH. dn aaa>4 late of Brav.rdunly MahLy, tha malltn address of Plat Ronk 12 Pace M. Public HI.ltllARO and MARY CARTER
: Florida to the County I whom la Noe I4(H, coioa, Mori U, I remrdn of Rrvard Ocunty. HIRHARD Ml wife. and EARL
beach nourishment. J...... of aaie cnuatv al hi. of and the the orliln.l thormf InIh FloridaHlTNKrtM' R. JOHNSON: and B. 1MKLDA

t Sand pockets In the ocean arc ;I floe In the CourthouM Tltuivlll.ortda .. nffli-r of Ih* C'lrk of thtClnult I mv hand and awl "fuld JOHNHON. In Ihe. hit wife ., tefend.nata .
I lour of rlrvard County, nbnve imiitird OHM.
within' alu ral.ndar t ourl al Tllu.vlllr. Hravard i'
relatively scarce. Sand is soscarce before the nib day and that v. n are hereby required
ontha from the data of flr.tbllcatloa Florida on or utility. Florida, Ibis imh day of''
in some coastal areas .. of this nrllre ">.t lb.same of January, IIMO Herein fell not November to file vmr an.wrr with the
II II'I will b* barrr-d Each clamor or a Decree Pro <'nnr..." will b. .. .Tt4R.: BARNES. Clerk of Ibis Court and to sera
that anti ical sand has been demand moot h* In manner nlrd acalnM you. Wllnvu my Clerk of'th. llroull Court a copy thereof upon th* ,...Intlff.
j manufactured. But it has sharp rrdy and form aa required by law, hand and seal of sold Court In Hrevarri lounly. Florida or llalnltrra" nltorn.y, WHOM
Tllu.vlllr Fl.-rlU. thl. Ind day .f name and nridrei In SMITH
edges and Is quickly carried r C 'I.I RXKCITRIXROFTON r>..."' ..* 1W4 C.IRTI R. ([COURT SEAL) BlUOT AND NtHWAIRC. alj:
nt ( BREWER: *. rlARNKK. aa ('lrk of the said /. ov. M, If: De 4, II IFrl 114.uanl \ Harnett National Rank R illdla*.
away by the tides. HOLLAND ('Ir..lt Court by V H na".l"r,. -.---- Jarkennvlll, Florid, ,I :/I'I.': .,t

Cost of hauling sand from Inland ,. -:"- P. O lOX (MM 501 Palm Ave,, I n.puty tl.rk. CIRCIIT COURT laser lhaa January T. IMS
I IdY Tlluevllie. Florida SEA 1.1 NOTICE or SkIS If you fall 1ft do ao. deems arc
I supplies to beaches makes No JO 21. D.. 4. 11 (Frl..1 1M4 De, 4. II It M (Pri''_M' ___ Notice' I. hereby slven I".t ". ..r. onnfeun will h* '''I.r.,' atalnit
the cost of a nourishment job ry -- --- la Ika Final Dmre of 5'9y.. vou for the relief demand. I*
, ol...ur* enlarod In the rau pendIni the Complain at amended.
prohibitive so the hunt for sand i In the Circuit Court of Ike Toe aatur of add null belli f

sources in the ocean! has be Ninth Judicial Clntill, .In and for far foreolmuni of morion r.,
Hrevanl ( ounlv. "..rid.. In orded In Volume kit Pan 3M
come a necessity to preservethe I Ibamerv' No mill, ,". un,lerilmed ml, ixorded In Vnliima 11I21"11. .,
beaches Parfitt said. n .. lie It will cell Ih. propertylluated *wi, of IK* 'n..1. ) Record.if .
la Bald County deairlheil llrovanl uiinty. rlorM., She
Three areas covering more a* "_'rlt'II"n nf Ih* property pro
than 500 square miles have been I.ol iwrnlv'fnnr (SO. flockF. Deeded aialnet brine a. foil....
III IIPI 1. All thai ,trtalH. property illii.la.ml
chosen as lire most likely sand: VISION, Whirl Nil a. ..uiiirdInn belna In Hti.. nd Cuuntv
h, Ihe llat source sites. BABY BEDS particularly deco
In Plot
urlbert aa follow.
One Is a J by 7 mile area between I Hook It. 'P."ml") I Net
Lola ,
ord. of llr.v.rd ounlv, FlorIda I and in Uln 'k 1. t.ou
Cape Florida on Key Biscayne t Id' *, and Ie Illnrk t
1 T"f'.I

to a point opposite the / .I i .. _..__.... Tntether with alt llrtn'lurea end) miKTII ADDITION, aroord.In ,
... -- --- WIT )
oil Imlm"veeenIs
now end kere.rter
south end of Miami Beach at LH .. In Ik* nlat thereof. aa r*.
MATTRISSCOMPLITI corded In Plat Rook IT, Pane
TEXAS SIZE YAMS Joe Warren of farm 48 with the
Miami Harbor. weighed pounds thereto, and all rent. IMU.B It, Public Record of Rrev.rd

The second is a 14 by 20 mile Mims, could probably take a state fair: largest tipping the scales at 15 pounds I la nrooaed.accrue and from profile cold a premises".'ruin*,and all V'JI'.cM! Florida' band aad tha
area off Cape Kennedy. The championship with these spuds. Six Warren Is pictured on the right with nf which are Included wlihln the I seal of sell Court al Tit 110.111.,
third Is 12 20 mile sweet Warren's Charlie Field. S-A Photo foreanlni rle.ortpilna and th. Florida, Ikla lad day ol O im-
a by area potatoes grown on b.hendum Ih.reof also ill eaR her ImS
I .,......, alolrlm water, and other CURTIS R, BARNES, Clark
BUNK BEDS matlnf, aonklni, refrn.r.lln., of the Circuit Court
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE COUNTY JIIXJB IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Subdivision Hectlon 14 Town. llbllni. plmnbln. v.nlllallnt, BT V m. SnananrDeputy
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR COURT IN AND FOR BREVARD I NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCl'IT, IN ship 2" South, Ran.. 17 Rash rriiatlni. air gnndlilnnlnf. and CIkI.urt
CULT IN AND FOR BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA AND FOR BREVARD COUNTY Pled Book I. Pee 164. of the ewer, .''.''''''.. maeblne.. annll, Heal
COUNTY FLORIDA !NOTKB: TO CRFDITOMI FLORIDA Public Record of ilrevard -?..., ii.rvM end ..ppuripnanre.which .. flee 4. II, 11. IS (Frl.) IM4.IV .
CHANCERY NO 2B69TNOTICK IN RE: ESTATE OF CHANCFRT NO. !*fUMITir County. Florida. WITH, $599PC. now are or may hereafter
OF RUT STACY JONES BRDeceaeed. 'K Til PI'KAB: The nature of thl. cull I. to pertain' lo, mr be Heed with, III.na .
THOMAS ROAN. I A'II 0)5 PK\I/ remove certain cloud from and BUNKItS nr about Mid premises. even
Plaintiff JAMES LEROY: McVEY to aulet and confirm the title lathe Ihouah they be dtaihd or d.. THE CIRCUIT COURT' fir
v.. All creditor of the petite of Plalntlfta above dencrlhed properly, laihahl. at publli .. la the THB NINTH JHDICIAI' CIRI .
Stacy Jon.*. Kr. il.oa.ed are Tb. name of the (ourt In which hlahe.t end ke.i bidder fir rash "' IT IN ANn FOR HKKVARD
GEORGIA LEE ROAN hereby notified and required lo ANN McVKYMO : suit hoe been Inillluled la the at H an nilmk Noon ..a the Del COUNTY, FUiRIDA.
Drfrnd.nl file any claim or demand which f\oo'.nll.nt llrcult Court for the Ninth ".y ef December, II'.... .1 ih. IN MANtKRV: Nil :WtWIMOHKMIIH
TO: GEORGIA LEE ROAN they may have ...In.1 sold ...t.t.In THE STATE: or FLORIDA TOI lili I Clrculi ('n and for .. R..I front rtinr nf Ih. Hrev.rd IIIIICCI.tI"1I1I
R. D No. ILlneevllle the office of the County ANN McVEY t'ollnlv., Florida. The .....J..d.1 (',,ale ourtbnuM la Tllu.vlll./ KNrRAI GUARANTY Mf>RT.IIAUM .
PennsylvaniaTou Judce of Brevard County, Florida, till of th* ...* .I. Rev B FiorinaC. OMPANIT. INC Flor
toe hereby notified that a In the Co..rtho..t Tltuavllla. EAST CARLKT PLACE et ui. pl.lnllff. venue HOLLYOODBED RTIK R. MASSES ida .aorpuratlo. ..
Complaint for Divorce baa been Florida. within all calendar SAN DIMA8 CALIFORNIA Tlllm.n Dr.lnao DI.IMul. .t al I (Jerk nl the llrmilt Court rialnllff.
flied aemln.t You In the Court II.I- months from the data of the flut YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED d.tnndont. The drsrtpllon or the Ry Mary Joe I'''..r V
ad above and the abbreviated title : publication of thl. notice. Fach that a Complaint for Divorce ha. real property ..olved la aa act Deputy tleik '
of the cart la a* act forth herein : claim or demand mu.t be In writ been filed ai.lnit you In the forth ..hove.Tou ENSEMBLE COURT SEAI.1CROFTON C A*II IIIIOTMRRM. INC a Flnr.
above and you are hereby re- Inc and must atata the plan or above styled Court and YOU are and ea.h 0' you ... hereby IIKBWBR 4. TIC Ida It uorpnrallon. M. C HTKT.
.ulred to serve n copy of your residence and poitofftce addrru required to file your orlnlnal An notified that suit la remove clouds HOI.I.AND ( UVBI.AI LUMBER'
An.wcr or PIeadlna to the Com- of the claimant and mu.t h. war or other defena ,. Ih* from the quiet and ronflrm the MX Palm Avenue CtiMPANT a n.rtn.r.hln < <>N.RAH ..
Stint on the Plaintiff* aitornevCUud .worn to bv the claimant hi. Plaintiff Complaint with th. title lo the above rleacrlbed pronerty INC. BOX SPRING MAT. Tllu.vlll.. Florid YKIVINIITON lilSTniH.KTOHN
Pepper, Walker Pr.r.on, scent or hla attorney. or It will Clerk of th* said Court and loeery has .been brouaht aaalnit you Dei. 4 1..11 I IM4ftOTII IfMYTH INI a Florida o"p..r.
1111 Byrd Plata. Cocoa, Floridaand become void according to law a true copy thereof upon In Ih. above entitled cau. bv Ray TRESS HUD IOARD, 2 $4495 -- colon: IIIMHRR: COMB
file the onilnal Answer or Dated December I. 19114 Pl.lnllrr' attorney, whose n.m. E. "Ion. and J.ogu.lln. L atone, H OF III.R a Fturlda oorpnrallom
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Pl.adln In the office of the Clerk /*, Claudia Irene Jones and .dd.... appear below, same hle wife and you are h.r"by nqulred Nntloa I. hereby. ilv.n th.t pur MHRtTDN I1HAY JR. JUNK U.
June .
of Circuit Court nol later then Claudia Irene Jones to be .erved on or before January to file with h. Clerk oflhIs u.Bt to the Final Degree nf Pamploeun formerly I. Yen.Sell
the 14th day of December 1W4 Ancillary ExecuirU of the 4th, 1MB Court your .rlll" appear' entered In the ...... nndIn and WM, MAMHALU
If you fall to do 10. a Decree Pro Route of Stacy Jones, 8rDere.aed HEREIN: : FAIL NOT or aDecree spa (oon.UI' Dr .ltorneyl In th* llreult Court of the SMITH I JR aa survielnf! dlraaU
Confraao will b* taken ablest, you Pre Confeeao will be In acid cull nn the Wh Icy of Mlnlk Judicial. (Irtult, In and for are Tru.lMa nf Causeway
for tha relief demanded In the entered anlnit' for Ihe r*" December. IM4 sod Craven H aob Lnniuany, a rlMHtlv4 FlorIda .
Den 4. 11 U. 2S: tFrll 11164. you thereafter I* County, florin: la .
Complaint llrf demand la the Comi.lain!. file with said Clerk' your wrltlen DALEFurniture ( banner* N*. .....|. in* underlined HY uorpiir.Unn ANNII JAMES: R MKT
COURT SEAL!: W1TNKHS my hand and Heal of ".ron aa. If any, to the f omril.lnl "' (lerk will. mil |h* properly and B MRTRT, bla
CURTIS R. BANNER! the Court this let day of Decent, In aid cult .. preacrlbed by law .lIu.t." In cold County d.mrlb. JI'IIA wife, OHONdB 1.41011| a4
Clerk of Circuit Court OT1CK! rOil HID per, IMI4 Herein fall aol or decree pro .*, LOUIS, kla' wife, NICN.
By i V I. BvanalerDeputy Cl'RTlH R BARNES. Clerkof eont.... will b* ."I.red ...I..t l...l f. lea* lha S. II. f feel Mr.f..N'I'rc:: alna-l m.ni
Clerk ealed bide will be received by Circuit Caurl Hlock A, rmnaeil Uarden and MAOOq
Nov, 13, to 27 Deo 4 (Frl) 1MI the Board of County CommlHlon- BY. V. I. Hpanaler "wiTNCM my band and seal I nf fruadlvliliiik" ammrdlna la Dial M, TRICK hue wlf.. HARLEM
Deputy Clerk acid Court al Tltn.vllle.. Rrev.rd Company thereof. : H COWARIM and JOYCE; C
ere un until P:4b: AM December a* roordd I In flat
,COURT KEA I County. Florida. an thla lllfc day EOWARliM: hla, wife. and MAR.
10 1M4, al tha Courthouse In Hiok I*. Foes 41, of I Ike Pub
oOTlflC or I'IoTlTIIB': Tllu.vllle Florida. for: 'FRANK CLARK III of November. R A n 1W4Curd. 2M MAGNOLIA AVI., 1 BLOCK N. OF HWY. SO lic "..,,,rd. af llr*.ard OLD i. "loA"AIITf.Dtor..d..I..
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Attorney at Law men nunly, Florida,
On. 111 I9U American made .
140 huh Avenue Aa Jerk of the Circuit Court Toftether will all atruulurra end
atandard ale alx tdl
pauenfer S lITIfS or SI IP
In the Circuit Court In and for .t.tlon waa-on, 4 door Indlalanllc. Fl irlflaD In Florida and for Hrevard I ounlv. OPIN 'TIL I '.M. DURING DICIMBIR rOR YOUR Imprnvemeble now aid hereafter To: 064111,194dUIS and \ILIA
II. It, II iFrl 1M4IV .
wheelba. not !... than lit In- ec 4. ; .. SHOPPING CONVINIINCI 'a Mid lead. and future slacked 1.011111.\ his wlfa
By V.
Brevard County Florida. Chan SpensleeDrpuly
chee. automatic tran.mlt.lonpoittractlon therein I, aail all nan, IMIIMIn 14 Womlfinc Reed
eery No 2OTIM. In Re Adoption of rear end VI no.. THE CIRCUIT ('OI'RT FUR COURT SEAL llerk prateMe. end profile' sceruinf end NtWHiirl .Howe. Vlrdnla.
Kevin Eugene Wllllama. a minor, In., nol bee than MO Horn. THE NINTH JUKICIAL ('IR. Norm.a F. Hurke44U .11'ru. from old pren IMI. all YOU ARM HKRHHY dlrm,I."
by Ellaa Carr Black bee atep- power 827 ('... In.. heavy dulY I'IT. IN AND FDR BHI.VAHO: Flr.t Federal Bulldlni I Charlie Wilson The Georgia Boy I of which ara le.ludid wit kla th.'oreiolna ,n she 5011,55 thai a cull baa ba
radiator, I-)OU II 14 .401., tlraanot <'01!NTY FLOHIDA P, O. Bon "T deeiirlpllon nad the '''Had at'ln.l you la Ika shove
father. To: Larry Eugene Willlama I... tb.. H ampere. alternator (HANIKRY Nit 2761 Orlando. Flurl la .hah.ndum. thereof" ale. all see, Inurt. T". a.lura nf lha ull, or
the place of realdenoa of Iwo 12) apaed, eleclrla RAY E HTONh and JACQUELINE Attorney for Plaintiff. i. m. electric water. IDol piker pCe e.din.e: la a t'nmuletptor

whom I I.. unknown: You ira per*. windshield wiper. and wind. 1. HTOMC: his wlf*. Nov 311>,17. De, 4. U IFrl) IM4 ne.iini,. rankln*; refrlieratlni: : Iurmlosnre of a mnrt.cee. The
shield washer, tinted alaaa all Plaintiff -- llahlln plumhlai. v ntllalln> ...... 0' Ike Curl la which cold
by notified tb.t. Petition hai
wlndowa. belts. directional Irria-.llni, air Mnillllnalaa, aadan .
been filed In lbe.hove styledCourt teat ,r. call or aruoeedlsa4 la padlf '.>.
by Ella C.rr Black for the Ko.l., power etMrini and MKI.But'RNB: .TILI.MAN DRAIN. porn noaleme, marhlase. .0011. I. IAe ('Ih'ull' "ourt .. the Mlntkftf
'r<, flulurea sod ....
brake. factory air .ppuwhl a/ee Juoll..1.
adoption of Kevin Euaene Will power conditioning AGE DISTRICT ouulda rear view k now are nr mar hereafter Yard (' 1
Plarla, Is Chaererp
Ism.. a minor bv the Petitioner. mirror. back no Illhl, reclreulatln Defendant. p.r(al II/oNNnerd. with la, nnIhiiutk N. irTwt.th. Ills. of Ike all a
Ella Carr Black and you are re "ITIIIC IIP III IT or abed aid premises.
haler and defrmterarm eves IMNKIIAI.
suited to serve a copy of your TO, Florida Indian River Lend Ikey be tf.iaaked nitARANTV YON?.
reit. Color: optionalTRADE ar nelacheble CIAUB .
Answer or objection lo show Company, a dissolved Arlaona at auhllr ..... la Ihehtiheet COMPANY. INC a Flr.la
IN: One (I) 1M1 Cur .. < aoriatailnn. v* AaH IRU.
cause why cold Petition should corporation, and the unknown n.Ian. and keel bidder fur ceb
not h* ranted on tha attorneyfor pair .lion wagon. can ha ., .''''''.''lIOn In Inbred, trtialee. II nt Urn oelork I Moan on Ills Art THRK, INC Florida aarnur.Man .
Petitioner Edward L. Utah seen at Courthouse In Tltu.- or ether paroles clalmlni bvIhrouth d.y ., rweemker, IWH .. Ika M C, HTBTTBR, lfVB.
ley the m.lllna addre of whomI. vllle, Fla.Payment I ..ndor..r acaln.t said Rail front Seer of Ih* hrevard LACE HIM BUM IOMPAJ4Y,, a
Ban 1443 Cocoa. Florida. and la be mad on denyen Florida ladlan River Land Com I Caunly Ca"rlhe..ea la Tltnetfllta. 1p1r NflTON' nep hip. IONHAII YRLV.
file the orlnlnal thereof In the of. with delivery to be made naay. a dissolved Arlcana corp I KIHTHIritlTORC/ INC:
flee of the Clerk of the Circuit In a three week period. oration. T. J. Prearott C W, El. The You "Write"s rtirrMaCDRTI R. HARNKllClere a Florida varaoralloii, WMYTrIIMHm /
Court of Rrev.rd County, Florida. The Board reaerva th* riant Molt and dearer. N I rice, .. the Money *f the Clrautt Cowl : .COMPANY, a Fk.rldar [
of Jaa. to and last known I < Ikttntt R, ,rrlAT,
o. or before Ihe tth day fleet any all blda officer and abate of Hy Mary Jot IfnierIWnuir JOINS
harp, 19115. Herein fall not or a All bid. la be marked "Bid.IWI Florida ladlaa River Land Com lock Jf\ "' '' L HHKITON furm.r
. Decree Pro Confei.o will be Station W.ion.Prop.rlv Roeo,"." pony, a dlaeolved: Arlaona coro, r: I irOIRT aSAlaCROVTON I I" Juna t. rnaall aad WM

I lend ai.ln.t yau Wlln/ M n'l on left band corner of envelope. colon, and ..y and all neraontrl.lmlni HKRWKR A. .MAHMHALI. KMITM. JR aaif
hand and oral! of said Court Nov. I*. 1M4 bv Ibrouah under or HOLLAND lvli. dlrarlora and TrwrUaanf
Tlluivllle Florida, thl. 2nd d." JOE H WICKHAM ...In.t acv of tha above named Ml Palm A.....* I i.**av I...... ('umnaav a
nf December, 1W4 CURTIS R. CHAIRMAN I lIoown or nekaowa psrtl.e end / Always Safe Tltuivlll FlitrtilaDei d/e.a..4 Yi/rlda! aeerelles(
RARNGH a. Clerk of the acid BOARD OF COUNTYCnMMlRHIONICR any and all persona : or I bell I IM4Prole. JAWS. S NKTNT sail ANN5
Circuit Court bv V. II Hn.nr.ler, *, I 1 ,.(aiming any Interact 1.,1:: folluwlni '. BTMY. hue wlf., JIIIJRIJIII:
Deputy Clerk, CIRCUIT COURT RREVARD COUNTY, I d.xrlbed" rral properly *! N. IM ..-. Lull" and JI'LIA' 1.011111 boawife
SEAL) I FLORIDA I tool >nr half of Lot S of kpt'IIOq 1 MlftlARI, t. '(Ayr". a
De. /, 11 2S (Frl.' IS4 I Nov n DK 4 1 ir I I IM4 Fi'elda, I ladlan Land C.impanr 4fiIPMIIeIOIRvr. KK Hill undo I mss. WILLIAM C TRICK:
and MAIKJB M. THir K, lea wife
Mat** prapaMl, win lie reatvM ;
And Available by tile Clip *f TtlMVIMeTHwtlM CHARLB JOY/'S C II Itl.WARI.ll asA
-- Florida .. KIIWARIW. hla wife
at the offlf I aad
the City n.nnr. unlit IIM
I A".. Masters standard Tim.. an Th onion H.avrlpltMia ./ Ih. coal pnte-
DM KM HEN H IW4, .1 wkdnhIS. .... .Involved. In old nvxllna.
REPAIRS v \ Carry Ih. kind of money you cant IOM .. sad PIa.s all h.rw.hN fellows'.rl. I. lit. Complal.l are a
N will k* puhli' I ir n...*... Bad nadanntd
fur l.bnr ., I'll IT m*.k "R" YIN
a .v.lUbU. In all torlo' aid
k cash !. l always
p your y avnaniu for furnlaklni and .*. MTIAN WAY" .,."rdlna I*
.bode eke .....-., far aJew. tic pal. I"...... a* reeirrde
AND a checking account h.r.. Pay bill by chock .*. Treatment Menu iMovik In Flat Nook 14, page 11, Pub.R .

\V E Tlarrlll... Are*) for Ika Clly afTrtaivlll lie ** r**.. ., Brvi4
I for conv.nl.ne* and pr..tlgt, 100.A.o *, FlnrMaAy r..Il. .C"'IiN.
Mil* r*..el. >e4 ahoy llm .
j l ADDITIONSUp add dale .H*..1"... .111 WH beroaaMerea1 MTIAN WAY" _..... I*
ANr Ira* untraol will lie Ik* pUl Ikayaaf a* .....*.* In
...,..,. for all wwk 1.1a1.y0). ..k 14. Sloe Tf. Publla
Rack kid ntnal k. .c*._*.*.... FIerM.f nrevard C..aty,
be Mrtifle/ hark, aehl.r'* .
..t or bid brad in aamunl aalleee I.., JV U amt M mkA*..
then flea **r rnl ,...> efIk VBNIrTIAN WAY a..rnvalnc
baa kM .. i..*,*..*a Ik.l 11 Ika *.., Ik.reeJ .* rawint.I .
ROOM Ike Htdder, If *>arae4 Ik* Tan, .. If Wt ....k 13. ,.*. 144.PubM .
Paid Plan Ahead To trail. will wHBlB ln Ml e15. Haaara al rlreveni
Mcelty calendar a.f. after wrll I naat*. FlarM.AND
I''I Ice nollee k* alveoj el eu k award, RONhD'n"
On I emer lea a resteerl .Ilk I.* k*. VBN.BTIAN .
'65Savings Ike Clly ef Tll..a>tlle THu.IN WAY ."" ..,011.* taIk
CHRISTMAS n*..".. I* ........*. wIth ski pint tketaal *. n>*y Time a.s.oted P.peed.Alt .Plat Book 14 ..e.. Tl. Puklla
work chill n* leas la a.e4aar .' Roeortfa of Hrvar4 Censer,.
week Ik IftaaMoaaDollar. PlrlaaT ) .
i -- By Joining Our NewCHRISTMAS 154 P1ase, okieb mar M 00' ..a ar r..ulr. used al lb. nffine ofk. Qty laawa wnk Ike Clark ef Ik.
Bank Fin / e' eI C I II....... T........., .......... ay Clrenii Can sad _.. a '..vikaraaf
Up To 5 Years nc'3 offla ., Ik "111_. aaan ,.,.I.t,,". atliraev
t Deposits I Hack Crew and) ......., In*, wknoa nanw a ad noMrwHi I* L
? rn I K. TMrd Xral OalM. PHARR ABNnUl al Turnb.ill anilAknrn
vltu FtwMa. A aal al anek 4*.. Sold ..... Wew' r;*.UnNulMlei >.
PLANNING \ _... SIC be eMaiewt .... Pool OfflM B... 117
SPECIALISTS COMMERCIAL AND 2t' 1 ik Neal al Ik ....... iddnm Winter Park, ........., n..' Int.rUenn
I I On All Oth.r CLUB NOW! 0 Ik* Mk 4y ef Jan..., "to.
DESIGN AtiD 'I I ,I'W.. latr.n5 M**, a* reaalrod by law "' /s, ,
RESIDENTIAL ADDITIONS fc REMODELINGCONSTRUCTION ..yam S.rlng. I r*"reaenja tlira .a>liiii Mete ail a neoya* Pyn Canf*M will baMr4t
I Ia '. *>*>. a dale r**
No = ear wMMraar MekM IM WITNBIM' WHEREOF, 1
I National Bank l for a ...... of able r*> ....". kemal. eel mi hand ....
Brevard's Oldest and
North Largest : dare after Ika den **l fee tIM atoned my afflolat coal) .i Tv1B "; <
c Flor, j .
kMn I Mravnnl nt *
FREE ESTIMATES- NO OBLIGATION! I-'t hal W ukmllld la I 11& tea; fay .f Deeember A.O.CUMtll .
FIRST a fie praaoaal fayrnfMrnlak Nfa
YOUR MIN *. a* I Bart af ,lie atflall .. : R BARN EHCTera
<- **., coals eome. al wkleh BMavaltokla H Ik* Circuit Cow
FINANCIAL IN at tlle. *. of lk. regard Cawaty Florida
Stackhouse Construction Co. First National Bank BejltoeerTk i ""y: r.. kanulerDaowlif

NAME City al T1tiM..... FtorMa, Clerk
II IIOnr PARTNER > Came lbs nakt I* r iat aa* I P''II., BALI
M at 'LOIIOA sad a. .. I* wa y* rufenut .." AMa1

P. O. Box 2122 Ph. 287-M.I Alt.r Hours Ph. 267..m TITUSVILII. FIRST IN fi' 1WYil.L' I ,wwi!: a0)5AIIaN: ..... Su11SISf
T1U.YU1.. Florida Member federal l...rv* Syttam nirJaVCUvolana M. g

30 Yon Conlniction b Horn rin.nelng Exp.rUac. ; PROGRESS "" *"'Mr '....r.t l D>,.*,. 1_...* CNN SERVICE fM, Moaner II lobed'',* 'NtJt: {C"

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Tituiv.il 'Florid*' St r Adv.c.te
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'' To Meet MondayThe

With Nsu+a Atut IVnteey 'round town regular meeting of t h e
I Bayview Elementary School

of NortA Urevard PTA will be held at 7:30 p.m.In .
% barbara the school auditorium Monday
Phone 267-9994 WI"5 car oltI Dec. 7

I The meeting will consist of a

I More than 30 ntwfents at sett wide projeet which wt.I J\tItdItIII of the Brevard brief busineM session a chil

Parkway Junior High School plies clothing for patients the County Home received quite a dren's Christmas program, and
have entered the annual Talent state mental! botJp aI. treat Wednesday evening when an art display in the hallways

Indian Woman's Club Fetes Past President Show with such a wide varietyof We hear the numbers of this about 15 young girls visited them and some classrooms. The children
River City talent, from a vtoUntst to a group plan to make the Jaycees to sing Christmas Carols. The want you to come, they
hobo comedy team, that this Christmas Ball Saturday a big girls, all In the third through are proud of their school and
Mrs. C L. Menber was fie promises to be the biggest and event. Several couples will meet sixth grade, are members of the their work.
guest t of honor at an orlentatlo best show yet. for a little get-together prior to Girl's Mission League of Good The Saturday movies are held
meeting of the Indian River C't.Jman's This popular event is sponsored the dance and nine couples will Shepherd Lutheran Church every two weeks except for holIday !-
V Club held recently by the school faculty with attend the annual event together and took special religious remembrances weekends. The movie this
tl (ommunity RoomC proceeds to benefit the Teach. Planning a gay, festive evening to each resident I Saturday is "Outlaw Stallion. '
lens Bank. ers Welfare Fund, tued to send are the Ray Morrisons, Adult leaden of the group are This Is not an ordinary western.
'TIS Menser, past preside- delegates to the slate conven Bob Pickerings, Allen Rorvlcks. Betty (Mrs. Raymond) Netting, It tells the story of a young boy
of the Florida Federation i 4 r ti 0V Lion each year. The show is Frank Sweets, Jack Smelsers Claudia (Mrs Raymond) Zan- and his widowed mother and of
""1man', Clubs Is currently UInternat'onal scheduled for Dec 11 in the William Benners, Robert Golds- etta and Marge (Mrs. Warren) his efforts to capture the beautiful .

Affairs Chalrm PJH. cafetorlum at 7:30: pm burys Bill Clarks and the W.JGonedridges. Bunker and, from all we hear, white stallion In the Utah
oflheFFWC In her talk MMenscr -' AU tickets are 30 cents each they are doing a wonderful Job. rugged scenic region.In .
told of the accompli and may be purchased from addition to the feature film

menu of the federation and ho teachers, students or at the The Home and School Association More news from GuIld Sheph there will be four cartoons, \rI-
the local clubs are connects door Judges for the program of St. Teresa's Catholic erd tells us a Junior choir was dy Panda Woody Woodpecker,
wdh the state club In thc A will be announced at a later School will meet next Monday organized last Saturday for Oswald Rabbit, and Willie

work In her speech, mixed wit' i' date. evening at 8 p.m. Jackie (Mrs youngsters in the third through Mouse. The film will last from
bits of humorous personal ex e The impressive list of entrants A L.) Tagudin, president, urges sixth grade. Fourteen attendedthe I about 1:30: until J'25: cost 1&
pcrlences, Mrs. Menser emphasized y in the talent contest Include all parents to attend the last first session and more are I 30 cents. Cokes and cookies will

the responsibility+ of mem 4, WyaI Stanton Gandy, piano, Pat meeting of 1964. expected to attend the regular: I be sold.
ben toward local clubs as well Harrison! and Sandy Swank, accordion Next Sunday Is an important! 10 a.m. Saturday meetings Director i
as the FF.W.C. ; Ingrid Douglas and day for second graders at the of the group will be the
Brenda Douglas, comedy team; school, who win receive their I lovely and talented Delia Rod. DON'S Floral Art
Mrs. Menser was Introduced Bobble Gall Day, (h. first Communion at the I
Marjorie Holy riguez The group is planning a
I w Your flower needs .
to the officers and committee .
r1 I racl, Becky Goldsbury, Barbara 8:30: a.m. Mass These youngsters special Christmas Eve program my pcclilty! I
members at the home of Mrs. Sandusky, all vocalists: Phillip! will also: make a little bit along with the adult choir and
Theo Mitchell, followed by a Morton, Ken Blankenship, War of history at the church, since I after the first of the year, will I 267-8527
dinner given In her honor at the d ley Ones Jacquelyn Caudle, oil l they will be the first group of sing at the early service.
Chanticleer RestaurantThe pianists; Ronnie Sikes, guitar first communicants under the
of Brevard Coun _. .... .. .. .
history -- -"' --" Laura Duprey, violin, Jim Dunn new liturgy which was Initiated
ty's participation In the Florida and Jack WhipPle electric guitar last Sunday. The children will i I 1
HONORS GUEST Mrs. C. L. Menser James Plumb, Mrs. Theo Mitchell,
federation of Woman's Clubs BARBARA GOULD
Jimmy Teele steel guitar; also take part In the Forty
was recalled by Mrs. James was the guest of honor at the Orientation Mrs. Kenneth Klndsvater\ Mrs. Lynn Cameron, Ronnie Rim- Hours Adoration Procession

Plumb. Mrs. Randolph Nunnul- of the Indian River City Woman's Menser, Mrs. Randolph Nunnally Mrs. ards, Sharon Keller and Elaine during High Mass at 11:30: a.m.
ly president, introduced the offers Club held recently. Left to right: Mrs Glen Young, and Mrs. Nick Turopoljac. Ikobmson, vocal ensemble: OIl! >. which opens this special devotion ACT! OF BEAUTY SPECIAL SALELIQUID

; Mrs. Glenn Young, first I ta Holloway, baton; Ronald Con- held once each year at the
vice president: Mrs. Kenneth. I Florist To Be Closed rath, clarinet, Dale Ann Hart, church.
Klndsvatcr, second vice president baton; Deborah Mallory, baton;
; Mrs. Jacobus, recording Get Horns Ready For Saturday; Reopen Sandra McCann and Robin I Newlyweds Bobble and Cat ,

secretary; Mrs. Charles Heck. New Store MondayFlorida Lanier, acrobatics; Lucy Ann Jordan of Gainesville spent the wr1 HUMECTANT CREAM

elmoker, corresponding secretary Smith, comedy dance, Linda I recent four-day holiday with :: }} lIEU 3.00 HOW$175
Mrs. Nick Turopoljac, by Fran announces Beach and Maureen Hamilton, Bobbie's parents, Nonnle and KEG. $500 HOW WOO
treasurer Mrs. W. A. Johnson, The Yule Season NowBy they will be closed Saturdaybut comedy hobo act; Ann Brown, Jack Smelser of 629 Poinsettia RtG$10.00 lOW$UI

chaplain} ; Mrs. Harold Gray, will modern dance; Kenneth Womack Cal is studying architecture at 1 CREME NOCTUDNA
re-open again Monday
wmunlty Affairs Department magician and Lloyd Davie the University of Florida in VEIL WALE
; Mrs. Lewis S. Rowell, VIVIAN BROWNAP table red, but remember you but In the brand new quarterson vocalistMembers Gainesville and, although he REG.J300M.IWWJI.7Sti.
F ne Arts Department; Mrs Ntwif*.fwrs Writer must live with It all year. Bet South Washington Ave. spent some time at the drawing I' W

7 "'oI) Jones, Education Department It's time for Yulutlme proj ter to put warmth In dinning of the Boeing Wives board, Nonnle tells us they hada COlD CREAM
; and Mrs. James Hook, ects. room chair cushions and matching Saturday will be spent in the Club are busy these daYs col wonderful visit.,1hck&of& I I CLEANSING CREAM!
C 'trvat'on Department.Each Refurbishing a home is a giant table cover that may be big move and the owner, Fran lecting good, 'reusable clothingfor '! I w r I SKIN FRESHENER PADS
officer explained her duties step at this time of year replaced easily when you tire Partelow, wants to let her customers Project Cheer. Citizens BankIs I I- I REG ASTRINGENT$2.50 ..LOTION lOW$1.50.PADS.,
in the club and the depart but It's the time chosen by many of them. know that the store will the local depository for the I I r
mint chairman explained their people who decide to paint, replace I If a guest room Is to be paint be open in the new store Monday fff&jJU-. DRY SKIN BATH LKG.

fi-nct'on.' New members w e r I fence posts, or look for a I ed, do It early, giving it timeto GE Wives To MeetThe .5.00 WWU90

told how they could participatein larger dining room table to seata air Get It completely organized The new Floweri by !Fran Is I -
General Electric Wives
future proJecta planned by growing family. I as if guests were coming
located on the corner of Wash Club will have Christmas ij '
tomorrow You the a .
the club. Taking Inventory now may can use
ington Ave. and Laurel Place coffee Dec. 10 at 10 a.m. at the I II
Ho&esscs for the evening help avoid a Santa Claus Crash room to store Christmas articles
acre Mrs. Nunnally, Mrs. Kind- Program that results in holiday once it is set, except for a home of Mrs. W. N. Sandusky, I GREENHOUSE
last-minute brush Hard cook extra eggs and 2725 Country Lane. Mrs. E. L
svater Mrs. Theodore Pope Jr., hysterics. More important -up Phone AM 7-449
Mrs. 'Mitchell, and Mrs Gerald you'll know where you are financially Put Into service any appliances ) store them In their shell In the Moore will assist as co-hostess I 606 N. Dixie Hwy. (U. S. 1))
be that are refrigerator; they'll keep for Members are asked to bring a
Erickson. so money can appropriated getting unpredictable I INDIAN RIVER CITY
for first things first about a week. small gift to be exchanged.
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with that Christmas bonus. Be sure you have light fuses
FHA Club
Home furnishing should be for emergencies.
ordered /now You can't sling What do you plan in the way Inch of space. I
Annual CookbookSale While everyone walls, the decision .
carpet, beds and other large of major lighting If you dreamof must be made as to what THE WHISPERING HILLS

This WeekThe Items of furniture over your unique effects, outdoors and Is expendable in the room and
shoulder and carry them out of Indoors, start early to do the I(
the store. rigging. If portable lights from moved
Tltusvllle High Chapter, Most stores must order these last are to be used again
FHA; 'Is conducting its annual year ed off at the last minute In the
Items from their warehouses or have them tested at your local
sale 6f the famous cookbooK, typical cluttered American
Favorite of Home factories. It could take weeks- electric shop, While you ore home RENDEZVOUS ROOM
Recipes Teachers The 1W4 months If you want a color that about It, test tree lights and
Economics Isn't available now For some transformers for Junior's electric If there's enough time to plan,
edition features salads and -
ppot'zer reason, this Is a favorite time of trains. perhaps many homes will get
These cookbooks
: are
cold only for fund raising. The year for buying new lamps. I There are varieties of lighting ; out of the rut of doing the same OF THE WHISPERING HILLS COUNTRY CLUB
It's almost a psychological effects to be used outdoors for thing every year. You can vary
1962 edition features meats and quirk that people dl'Clde0 Interesting drama at Chrlstmai. I everything from tree placement Canada's Answer "
the 1963 edition features des. To The 8eatles"TH
books also be paint something for the hull- An early start will give you the!I to the table setting without sacrificing :.
serts.obtained:JThcse from the may The days, with all-the other projects opportunity of knowing what is traditional warmth.
chapter to worry them It may bea available. Most of the new units
1905 ''edition, featuring casseroles The main Idea Is PROUDLY :
big paint Job In the kitchenor require ground wiring and this to get the
will be available In Jan. big projects out of the ear.
living room Or it may be a should be begun early
uary, coffee table. There Is always Lighting up the front door is I ly. SKUNKS
lldJwroukcrs will find In this
somebody In the home unhappywith another popular Idea, but the
book Ute most complete coPec.Unn -
the shabby condition of design plan and lighting arrangements I
lot salad recipes ever printed
some object or area Make a take time. I FLOWERS FRAN :
ft "Contains more than 2,000' .v
date with a painter (but don'tbe It's a good Idea too, to have a '
recipeS submitted by home surprlicd If he's booked solid !. mind's idea to where you planto "'Notlc .bly Superior" ,
economics teachers from
section of the United States.every The ) or do the Job yourself. place the Christmas tree It forChristmas See The "Skunks" Nitely As
and Order colors now, too. Later happens every year In most Parties
recipes are very practical be overwhelmed by the homes a last minute discussion
are suitable for everyday meals you may Home and OfficeDecorations They Do Their Famous Rock 'N
brilliance of Christmas colon of the size of the tree .
well creative and
as gourmet
as and eveythlng will come outgrown whether for floor or table
attractions. "o"bo f HnrUfi It' I. lell..rJW Roll Routine Plus Imitations of:
red and gold.If 'When It's time \to put the tree Garden C St. M7-JUJ
you love red, paint the In the room, there Isn't a square .
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Tlhsvtf. (PIrM!j St.rAlveest. hoe 1lPtitJl

II Mrs. Gentile LJ

Naecs Arid Notes 'I New Head Of ,

I _
e/ North Bt'erard : Auxiliary _

lira Nicholas Gentito was lit-
stalled M president of TitusvUle

Barracks No, UN Auxiliary following '
a short business meeting ;

Training Center Wednesday at the Tftusvtlle vJ. : I
American Legion Club. Mrs. '

Gentile had served three yearsas _

Subject Of Club MeetingMrs. Johanna secretary: Trumbull, and succeeds as president Mrs. MI i ti

John H Jones presenteda goods, a centerpiece from DonZeMey's Mrs. Anastasia Sheridan and
film and program on Sunland Florist and red, green Mrs. Walter Watson were In.

Training Center at the annual and silver candle arrangements. stalled as vice presidents; Y it, Ie(
Christmas meeting of the Junior The year books will be debv> Mrs. William H. Barnard is now
Woman' Club held Tuesday ered by Mrs. Jule Schmidt to secretary and treasurer; Mrs ;
evening at the Woman's all new members, and the old I Onin Wade chaplain; N r a / '
Club Building. Gifts were members will be able to obtain I Charles Slantis, conductress; 1
brought by each member for the their books at Mrs. Schmidt's I Mrs. Louis Pepper, guard. Mrs. Hni

children at the center. home or at the January meet.! Johanna Tnimbull became the

There are three centers in ing. I three year trustee, and was

Florida, Mrs. Jones reported, There will be a department I appointed Patriotic Instructor
Gainesville, Fort Myers, and Or. chairman meeting at the home I ; Americanism Chairman ,
lando, with the Gainesville canter of Mrs. Van Horn 1405 Oak and Hospital chairman by Mrs
as the oldest The patientsare Terrace, Dec. 8 at l.JO: a.nt I Gentile. Mrs. Frances Call was GAY PREVIEW PARTY Mr and dignitaries were on display for the I

classified into three groups; All members are asked to cooperate appointed In charge of the blond Mrs James Gregory were hosts at a occasion, including one of Titusville I
those who can be educated, in helping Mrs. Hertzel, bank; welfare and legislaUor "preview to grand opening" party for Fire Chief Jim Brown. Shown admir- I
those who cannot be trained, chairman of the March of Dimes I chairman; and Mrs. Banian numerous friends in the area in their ing the photo are Mr. and Mrs. Jim

and those who are permanently : Crusade, and Mrs. Tom Young-I irI' continues as publicity chairman. new photography studio on Orange Brown and Lucille and Jim Gregory,

mentally retarded and are I'' blood co-chairman: during the The new officers were Installed Street. Many color pictures of local Carlson Photo._un. I
beyond help."Patient ,, North Brevard March of Dimes
guidance and loving 1 campaign. The volume of the I Orlando by Mrs.the Lillian 7th district Stewart president cf I Festive Foods Are In The Limelight

car are given to each child at'' donations will be given to help Plan
I assisted by Mrs. Frank Oyster PartyThe
I Now that the Christmas holiday I
these centers," she pointed out. and further research of the people cups sugar
Lash of Winter Garden district
At the Gainesville center emphasis with birth defects. 7 I season: in near festive foods 2 cups sifted flour St Gabriel's Episcopal
is put on physical and vocational Mrs. Albert Williams, chairman secretary are In the limelight 2 teaspoons baking powder Couple's Club will meet at the
training, while the Orlando served refreshments Mrs. Lash presented Mri. I Mrs. Almon Zlpncrrr; Madison 1 teaspoon baking soda Parish (House Dec It for an
center is primarily for eggnog and homemade Christmas SPECIAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS Mrs. Evelyn Trumbull a past president'spin County home demonstration 1 teaspoon saltS oyster and clam party to beheld
patients needing complete medical cookies assisted by Mrs. Hooks, left, and Mrs. Susan Jones gathered the numerous a gift from the auxiliary. agent says one of her family's teaspoons cinnamon at Packwnodd, north of
care and those unable to Peter Gaenicke, Mrs. Jack gaily wrapped Christmas gifts at Tuesday'smeeting favorites Is Carrot Pecan Cake < eggs Oak HUI. Mr, and Mrs Victor
learn on any level The centers I Boone, Mrs. John Games, and of the Titusville Junior Women's Club to be Two Christmas food baskets a delectable spiced, nut concoction. 3 cups grated raw carrots ChrWenwn will be introducedas :

encourage the patients to learnto Mrs. Joe Matheny The table, delivered to the Sunland Training Center in Orlando.. will be given by the auxiliarythis Mrs. Zlpperer says It keeps 1 cup finely chopped pecans the new chairman of the
do for themselves, and "The set In a Christmas them with a This is one of the club's many charitable efforts each year, In addition to $30. lo well. If you hide It In the frees- : Combine oil and sugar; mix group for the coming .
Sandland Cricket" a newspaper green cloth was decorated by a year.-Carlson Photo. I World War I veterans In t h t er The cups of raw grated urI I well. Sift tngrther remaining dry year.lenwmbcr
edited by the patients, at lovely basket arrangement, I, Lake qty V.A. Hospital. Mn rots keep the cake moist for ingredients. Sift half of dry l ingredients
the Fort Myers center. loaned by Flowers by Fran, consisting Call, welfare chairman, has Increased several months I Into sugar mixture;

Mrs. Fred Griffis chairman, of candy cones, pinecones the auxiliary' relief CARROT PECAN tAXI blend. Sift In remaining dry Ingredients .
and Mrs. Frank Columbo, auctioneer and white satin balls, all Catholic Club Y fund by holding "fun nltes" 1 It cups salad oil I alternately with eggs Pay your paper" Boy

conducted the White surrounded on the outside o( the II IIe IIr once a week at the Tltusvlll one at a time, mixing well ,
Elephant auction. Gifts were a basket with a large red suede III Trailer Part. The night has AAUW Creative after each addition. Add carrots
toothpick Christmas tree, baked ribbon. To Host MeetIn I been changed from Wednesdayto and mix well; then mix In pecans -
r Tuesday to allow more peo Writing Group To 0 Shoer
ple to attend. All donations art

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SpringThe War I veterans In need. pan. Bake In slow oven (S25F.) C u) h(' Itt
I Arthur Arnold, local author of bout 1 hour and 10 minutes.

Catholic Women's Out Several of the auxiliary members "Behold My Brother," will he l Cool upright In pan. Remove 11trtlobe!

of Brevard County will host till 'I plan on attending the district guest speaker at the Dcccmlwr from pan.Freeze t ,
IKS Convention of the St. Augustine J meeting In New Smyrna meeting of the Creative Writing wrap, seal, data return -
Diocesan Council of Beach next Saturday, at t h. Group of the AAUW chapter. to freezer
Catholic Women at Cocoa Elks dub, with the Edgewatcr Beginning at 10 a m. on Wednesday To serve, thaw In wrapper at
Beach In the spring. auxiliary as hostess. Dec. 16, at the home of onm temperature for two
Next auxiliary meeting will be Mrs. leRoy R. Sheerer, J77J tours. Split frozen cake Into
An Invitation to the Council to Plnerldge Dr., Mr. Arnold will three horizontal layers. Spread withUDYBROOKE'ds ,
Jan. I at the Legion! Club.
I ,
hold their convention here was discuss his writing career and orange glaze between layers inly char sliest that MUM b
extended by Father Charles W The meeting and Installationwas answer any questions lie Is and on top and sidesORANOI a sal.phts toady Ut-llllllf'lIlMlfit ,
Spellman, pastor, Our Saviour proceeded by a cov- presently writing two novels. GLAZE ._ -Mtlutritti )l

Parish, Cocoa Beach with the !IL 'K ,, 'w ....., the red club dish dinner at 1 pm. at Any Interested ladles in t h t i 1 cup sugar J ice MINION bNAN, ,,estatesUw
seven local clubs as co-sponsors t Titusville area ant invited to at. V4 cup cornstarch ..i _| wiwr
Mrs. Arthur T Snyder, Cocoa Mill Nancy L Cwritn tend the Informal gathering 1 cup orange juice .., II*C.nlld.In1 I till". 1 Iht
Beach, a member of the council Pink Lady ScheduleThe whether eligible for AAUW 1 teup""n lemon julctS miliil'/. .1-r.
and the host parish club has I i l !
Miss Courson membership or not tablespoons butter ... a... 55.55
been appointed general chair link Lady Schedule for 1 tablespoons grated 1111IIII
orange r/twh&
man. Mrs. Joseph Schoebert\ Jess Parrlsh Memorial Hospital Plan Workshop peel ...11.....t, ..*
Eau Gallie, Immediate past week of Dec. 1-12, Is announced H teaspoon salt w1"'III
president of the council and a Engaged To u follows: Mrs. Sue B. Young Horn Combine sugar and cornstarch ;11klCll INN: CMMttlt
member of Ascension Pariah I Demonstration agent, announced In Add IHOUOlWa
Juices slowly
Club will serve as advisor.'Ra 'Sunday, Dec. I Morning: a Christmas workshop far and saucepan stir until smooth Add
mada Inn has been chosen as James HarveyMr. P. WUaon, T. Wilson; after making candles, artificial trees maining Ingredients. Cook ECJCEIS .)..
convention headquarters. noon: M. N. Cason; evening: H. and bells at the Brevard ())un- low hut until thick and re-I -
and Mrs. H. A. Counon, Conner, C. Whalen, C. Williams ty Agricultural Center, 1129 W, Cool and cake.
spread. on
r Committees to handle the convention Patterson, Ga, announce .the Monday, Dec. 7 Morning: King St., Cocoa, Monday at 10 -..--.. ---------
details were organizedat L Willis, L. Jones, M. EakIn; 11 The
r engagement of their daughter a m. to nion public It
.j1 the meeting and luncheon I Nancy L to James Edward afternoon: E. Mallory; evening Invited to attend I
held at Ramada Inn on Nov. 23. .
: S. Shaner, R. Williams, E.
of Mr. and Mrs.
+ Harvey, son
the preliminary planning, Stout Loan Closet MeetingThe
Y. B. Titusville.
.. 2 yak i each club was assigned a portion I
2' of the convention work, and A native of Patterson, the Tuesday Dec. I Moaning: North Brevard Loan a t .}
': will appoint chairmen to asulst bride.elect was graduated from F. Young, L PetUt P. Tuten; Closet Committee will meet

+ 4 Mrs Snyder In preparing for Patterson High School In 1M1. afternoon: f Thompson, C. Monday at 10 a m at the horn .
.. !the Is presently employed by Thompson; evening: L Barnes, ,
.. of Mrs. V, B Conklin, 14JO Indian I t m
.' delegates Ling Temco Vought, Inc. J, Archer J. Wilson.Wednesday River Ave. This commit 'I l lI
,4 attend. on Merritt Island Dec. I MornIng tee Is responsible fur obtaining, t"c +

.. Responsible for registrations, Her fiance, a native of Ra. : E. Bamforth, L. Estrada; supplies for horn nursing
tickets and hospitality will be leigh, N.C., was graduated from afternoon: V. Gass, L. Brown Anyone interested In attend I I t

Mill Marsha Trlmbl Our Saviour, Cocoa Beach and Titusvllle High School In 1MI, ng; evening: J. phelps, T. I ng tie meeting Is welcome.
Divine Mercy, Merritt Island, lie Is presently employed by the. Howard. ,
publicity, St. Mary's, Rock. Brevard County EngineerIng \
Marsha Trimble To Dec 10 Mum-
Miss Thursday, -
ledge.; entertainment Ascension Department and Is a member ,
P. H. Fllasselbrlng
log: Short Bailey
Eau Gallie; transportation, of the Tltusvllle Volunteer
Information and pages Our Fire Department. ; ..n..rnUIIIM.: 'PN SennHal.
Wed Mr. DuPree Nov. 19 Lady of Lourdes, Melbourne; The wedding Is planned for Covert evening: B. Simmons, II I '
J. Goodln. /
exhibits, St Joseph's, Palm l Dec. / ,
S I o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Trim- ter, Marsha, to Donald M. D. Bay; arrangements and decorations .
20, In the Laura Chapel Bap- Friday, Dec. II Morning: Raymond'sIIAUIYLOUN01
138 Jay Road announce DuPree, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. St. Teresa's, Tltusvllle.
We tint Church Patterson, Ca No V. Shuler, D. Stout, afternmmM.
L. DuPree of Lake City. Plans are now underway to loll
of daugh-
the engagement formal invitations are being Salter, W Whalen; evening
Miss Trimble, a graduate of make this convention In "Mis.slleland" sent but all friends and relatives : J. Hughes, J. Moor. I. N, PLAZA SPECIAL I
School class of memorable for
Titusville I one
Wives High are Invited to attend. Saturday, Dec. 12 Morn-
Lockheed 2/1.31N Introduce
19M attended Woodys If airetybNg ] those attending I spokesman In.
: /. Gault afternoon B.
; :
Will Meet Tuesday Institute In Orlando. dicated. A tour of Cape Kennedy rig
V Jodts R.
; evening;
Mr. DuPree a graduateof will be the area attraction. Martin, P. Stamp. PIIC!
Alachua High School Is a
and Mrs. SERVICE
Mrs. Alex Miller businessman In Lake City. Hibiscus CircleMrs. Rev Thomas Ream, of the
will be the hostess /OA a
Cecil Carleton The wedding Is scheduled for First Church of the Nazarene,
for the of the Christmas Lockheed luncheon Wives Dec. 19 at I pm. at the that\ : E. H. 'Ashcraft will and family visited with his par. TIRED- \\u Iu o l All busty

meeting at Methodist Church I In TltusvUR speak to Dec. I meeting of the ents, Mr and Mrs Robert G.
be held Tuesday proportion skew, knrra
Club to "Red Rooster" in Eau Friends of the couple and their Hibiscus Garden Circle an the Ream, in Clearwater during M i I I with serrated bltdn. Lsstreua tnlih
family are invited to attend as subject of "Reflections and Impressions Thanksgiving OF HIGH FOOD COSTS.WANT ? / I stars bright throuih years if hardest
GaBle at 10 a.m. Invitations% are being sent TO I IDd
no of the Holy/ Land. FILL YOUR norm M saw

A very festive menu including to be held at the home of Mrs CHAMBERSJRtkJ FREEZER >(wvk breast of chicken or baked liam Whispering Hills Paul Bamforth 1610 Cardinal ..WANT TO BUY A f. 10 Hfvftl IMf MTnn|N.ue?4IK1
In champagne sauce has been Court at 1 p.m. Mrs. W, J. JE'W, E trR S FREEZER ? / s.

chosen in keeping with the boll- PTA Will MeetThe Moore, Mrs. George McCallum, It." ,. ... 4IIW "".r 'iii IF YOU DO LOOK S 5.s,5 Iws.ovsr.e

day season. Lunch will be Rrv- Whispering Hills PTA and Mrs. E. A. Duff will sent HMM AT TMISI'

ed at 12:30 p.m. will meet Monday, Dec 7, 7.30: as the hostess. AO members I '!141M .m I If' I I ImMI r rltfltun
I are Brgdd to attend. u. S. Ckolce wwUrm corn M beef cut wrap*
Party bridge and canasta will p.m. Mrs. Jane Williams win -.-.. -. _.. _.__ A pad--labeled J and d.ll?.t.d to jwr fr..s.r, for A, MtJ. Italnlttt Steele
start at 10 a m., followed by a present a Christmas Devotion. lye p.r Ib. CompUu ..1.ct1oa of Snow Crop e pldud If %- INTCXflATIONAL liLVU COMPANY
Christ will be under the
lunch. The
J octal hour and program V9*<*bU. *. Premium Fruits sad Jane.
Bias gifts will be exchanged. direction of Mrs. Evans and CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE! OPEN HOCK AVARAIH
AH Lockheed wives and their Mrs. Hlckey's sixth grade. Of
Mrs. W. O. Brown will be Is -
invited to I
guests attend. are Phone cordially Ruth Ashton for charge of refreshments following DEC. 6 1 P.M. UNTIL 5 P.M. I You tea parts.*.. *a upright or chat ff.... 1 oUQl D 109 Cm HOPKINS r Orano

reservations M7-8550)). the meeting. DOOR PRIZES AND REFRESHMENTS I *r pdi all l... food you seed for lour family' lor V 267. 150

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Flag Football All-Stars : Statistics Show Ward,

Enter State Playoffs Saturday !i Huggins, Top Gainers

. Final statistics of the W64 -- ----' --.-. ---' -- -.---- -. '- '- .
Two All-Star football teems eastve back; Chuck Wortluun,i cen4<<; Chuck; Corleyl center; football season for the TttasviBe : .j
leave TttusvUte early SeMnteymorning i end.; Tom Marshall, left gaard; David Bedrkk fen gourd; I High Terriers and their opponent ', t ''t !';I

and trawl to Owls- Greg Aftnm, right guard and John Loud left end; Chris pretty well substantiate the In."
ton for compestton in the Dune Sandage left part Stevenson, left end; Tim KeBy J-W record ot the Terriers in 7, .. .." .Jf '
Staten Annual Flag Football Playing on the older groupto right end; John Hervath, right the 10-game schedule. ... .t f"'f.;'

Playoffs. Ronnie Altman, quarterback end; Disney BurreB, right The final figures Indicate that '

The teams, sponsored by the .; Allen Taylor, quarterback half; Pete Green, ten half; and quarterback Chartle Buggies ,'1'1: llr
CJty Recreation Department and halfback; Darto Dal defensive players Sam Bossy, and halfback David Ward were !
will play their first contest unto rtghthalf: .Jim McKto- David Robinson and Chris An offensive standouts; that the IlU

early Saturday morning then it ney left half: Aaron KaIIB.fJI1bl. derson.wrst predicted "strong arm" of the
they win tt will reqttir an afternoon Terrier attack a passing :

contest, following later I Came was slightly less effective
the same night with the State than that of the opponents; l IMF
; "
Flayoffs final, which will determine -I and that opponents had it an 4 1 :
the Florida Flag Foot- over the Terriers when it cameto .;f.. ,,
baa Championships. nwil6 I a ground attack in fact '

Don Godwin and Bob Wild It was almost twice u effete '

roup, coordinators of the league tive. r

under supervision of the Be- I Opponents gained a total of 1, ;,... .
creation Department's Jack i 130 yards on the ground during .. J
:Miller who introduced the I tM teuton or an average of 1U

league will accompany the I yards per game, while) the Terriers Ebel Florida Air Academy. In the
and Dave
netted only 854 or slightly OFFENSE-The All-Brevard Offensive first team is, ,
youngsters, ranging in ages I more than 84 yards per game. from left to right, End Tom Eason, Satellite; Tackle field left to right is Ricky Shotwell, Cocoa;

from seven through 12. crime. The Terriers gained (74 Steve Headley, Cocoa; Guard Mike Stebick, Titus- Ward, Titusville; Quarterback Charlie

AD-Star team selections were Ian* Hugh sear sir I yards through the air while opponents ville; Center Bill Hughes, Cocoa; Guard Tim Den- tusville; Ken Hutcherson, Satellite; Glen Holtsman, I
made Wednesday evening at rolled up 680 yards via ham, Satellite; Tackle Larry McClave Melbourne; Melbourne; and Richard Callaway.-S-A Photo I

Sand PotnLTitlllv1Ue' All-Bre- the air lanes. -. -, .....,-., ,
It would have been correct to start off the
two teams enterIng vard football team story something like this, "MIms : But opponent passers completed :>
will compete in the 7-8-1 placed six boys on the All-County football team"U 47 of lit passes thrown for v 1.
age brackets and the 19.11.1Playing 41 per cent while the Terriershit
I it wouldn't have been so confusing to readers we

loups. on the 7-8-9 year old would have done exactly that, but, football fans would on cent 60 of 158 thrown. for IS
group is Billy Hoeckendorf, have been studying for an hour trying to figure out how per department the Terrierswere

quarterback; Greg Warren, Mims, a town without a high school and a varsity foot- glad they didn't lead was
halfback; David McKinney, ball team, could place six boys on the All-County team. rumbles Terrier opponents fumbled LkMM

halfback; Paul Dalsanto, left But, it happened. 29 times, with the Terriers
end; Mike Dailey, right end; All six of the selections from North Brevard, Charlie recovering 20 of them. Coach

Mike Carlin right guard, Huggins, David Ward, Tommy Edwards, Charlie Griffin, John Gaines' team bobbled the
Roger Smith, left guard; Scott Mike Stebick and Bill Hardin live In Mimi, but of ball 17 times and lost 12 of

Spivey, center; Frank Warren, course, play football for the Titusville High School them.
right end; Ricky Smith defensive Terriers. The Terriers did prove they r'r

back; Steve Houston, de- We were somewhat surprised when the Terriers had greater abWty to return ;MrkE

did place six boys on the squad. There's no doubt the kick-offs. Their average return w w

Parents To Honor boys deserved to be on the All-County team, along with wu 15 yards while opponents '
many others, but, when the selections are made from returned kick-offs for an average i 1 t # w
9th Grade Grid over 250 boys, its'. nearly Impossible to award one specificarea of less than 10 yards. (

Team With DinnerThe with six boys as did Titusville. Unusual is the small punt IA'
return yardage by both the local -

Ninth Grade Football There were football players from age 8 to 35 at Sand 11 and opponents. The Terr.en :
players at Parkway Junior Point Wednesday evening received 32 punts and I .
High School will be honored atM The recreation department's flag football averaged only 3.7 yards per re-
appreciation dinner Dec. 12 turn. Opponents took in 49 Ter-
leagues were choosing an All-Star team to represent
rier for
at the school cafetorium. punts an average return
Sponsoring the event is a North Brevard in the State Flag football playoffs at of only three yards.

of parents.The iewlston Saturday and the Titusville Jaycees were also Ward not only proved to be
group ninth grade football team trying to field a team to play Eau Gallic Jaycees in the the best ground gainer for the M
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completed it s three year schedule annual Charity Bowl coming up December 12. Terriers but also the best pass
two weeks ago at Parkway, The flag grlders really amazed this corner. They catcher, He hauled in 28 passesfor DEFENSE The Defensive All-Brevard football Linebacker Charles Wilson, Cocoa; Inside Linebacker

finishing with a perfect 17-0 geldBowling were running option plays, double reverses, sneak passes, a total of 292 yards and team has from left to right, End Tommy Edwards, Ken Broadway, Melbourne; Outside Linebacker
late. dives off tackle, running from the powerful single wing tacked on SIS yards rushing fora Titusville; Tackle Ralph Risley, Cocoa Beach; Mid Dennis Carver, Eau Gallie; Outside Linebacker Dave

and even the "T" formation. The Jaycees, a football grand total offense of 007 dle Guard, Charlie Griffin, Titusville; Tackle Albert Ebel, Florida Air Academy; Outside Linebacker

team made up of former college.service and high school yards. Hotz, Central Catholic; and End Dave Amman, Cocoa Ricky Shotwell, Cocoa; and Safety man Carl

athletes, plus one pro, who have many years of gridiron Huggins threw 158 passes Beach. Safety Dart Witkowski, Central Catholic; Witkowski, Central Catholic.-A Photo.
.experience, were running off tackle slants, and end completing 59 for a total of 664 Outside Linebacker Bill Hardin, Titusville; Inside
yards and picked up a net of

fit.b Individual M.... MLN tame even sweeps.John Lane, Daytona Beach Thunderbird offensiveend I gins with 20 points on two touchdowns gaining 221 yards in 51 attempts and Satellite's Yerg with 76 ud I No.Yards RuBBlo Gall gorlmraaM Plan 1KM 2IT.: ltd.
Shepherd 121; Tom Halloran. MSHlfh is coaching the Jaycee's. and eight extra points, I The Terriers had more trouble Ken Hutcherson with 72. i Tardi Low Sorlmmam VI IT1
individual aarlaa Snap Long with 18 on three touchdowns stopping Melbourne's Glen Not Tardr Sorlmman 164 113
Shepherd (10; Mary Shaphard. "I was really surprised to see those boys out there Complete season statistics follow Total Yards Otftiu UM Sill;
uM15h Tha. Hudlan.DN hitting so hard, and really doing a bang-up Job. We havea Bob Grlsson with sevenon Holism than any other runner
tams o : .JlDn-IDCAL
defensive line which will average about 230 and an one touchdown and one extra during the season The Mel .
.. Uam aarlaai Tha Huatlara. point and Edwards and Elchert bourne fullback gained )21 THS OPP. Ham Trt.a Gala Iff.Wortham
offensive line which weigh about 218, so we
:1904 with six on a touchdown apiece. yards against the Terriers, but 2t" 41
tandlnnlMOOM ...., know we are at least big enough to handle the chores, Kickoffs 21 at Ward 14 til U
Tear Loon W.II UVarna Lane said. DeLand end Bartlett was top was closely followed by Colonial's Yards Kickoff RtturB 46. 2'1. Lone tl 121 tl
Harrelson with 117 yards Punt. 4t a2 Hart 4 1*
Billiard Parlor 11 10Hawklei scorer against the Terriers with ,
10Tb."Hu PuBtlni Av.ran 83.7 143 Sam 14 U IIHumrlni
ConiL Co. SI three touchdowns Seabreeze's Hager with 110 and Ttrdi Punt RtturBTardi 110 188 1.Elob.n *
18 points on SI W
IT 11
fthoB Understand some of the newness of the Royal Oak
Hogan with 109 Other P.aaUnel lee i38I Hi'Oouta
IT IIyortmnil Satellite's Mike top runners
IT N n HTR Golf and Country Club is beginning to wear off and an Dunn passes.picked up 13 on two touchdowns against the Terriers this I Fumblrumblra: Lout n : smith 1 1 14 1 d
T.Hvl.loa people are finally coming in with some good scores. They Pint Downs Ruihlnf 40 to Hardla T 1 e1
Tltuavllla Pier 14* 18Charrydon all season were Cocoa's lUcky
and an extra point, on FIrM Downi PuBlnc 10 80Flnl Paulnc Rucclni tfenw 1U.eompltUd .
Mobile Romai 14 14Rooll. had their first hole-In-one there last week and a few Shotwell with 17 Domes P.naltl yardi,
., Motors M 14 passes; Seabreeze's Mike Hogan: yards; Ly- 11 E> alnd 444 .
11 W weeks prior to that Bill Morgan, the club set a blaz- Total Pint Down' 58 18. had Bin lnl.rc.pt d: Klch.rt
Barhar. thop Quartet *' pro, I had 12 points on two touch man's Jim Perrault with 89; De- PttMi Attempted 160 11. threw 1, oompl.t J 1. plaid 10y.rd.
Win iii Homes club record with 68 for 18 holes. Pall .
ing new a Completed 60.1 .
tilt downs and Colonial's find Don-
*V Conrt. awn. JO'IT Land Larry GUI with 86; San. Yard Oala CoroaoilU!
p..lnl 1T4 180 by Periods
LaO..Ba B.rvlc. IT* 10* nle Harrelson also had 12 pointson P..... Int rcai>t.d I 1 Oppon.nta M 1 *t -
14 N* ford's Lee with 81
Mlm. ulr BaloB Sparkman ; Tda. RB .... IS-Ilt
tltflna Bay Station it S4 Within the next couple years THS football fans two touchdowns. IBL P. .2 10 Tltuivlll. Si M 40

might see a difference In the size of boys playing for the Records indicate the Terriers

T'....' *.".. KlRlfk ....Phyllis Terriers. John Gaines, athletic director and head coach gave up more points in the second The New
Klflot,Individual H4; I Phvllla. a.m.Elliot.!: UtHlfh I is filling his physical fitness room with weight lifting quarter a total of 59 Rupp

tMmt Mil Individual Mrl.i:*>4Hlfk ,Bit equipment and other nice gadgets to add muscles and while) they scored the most In ContinentalCYCLE
tam OmaI.'i: Snlrta. pounds on all THS athletes. The new hand ball courts, --- the third quarters a total uf .. .

40Hlfk tam aarlaai B K: Shirt according to Gaines, is one of the best games known to John Oalnn 40. ,,.'

S...... really condition a boy for sports. The Terriers were a strong de .
"...e4In..1.. "'., I.... "It takes a good set of legs and fast reaction to play 157 rushing for a grand total of fensive club In the second half !

51.115 Gateway Motel Lana 14 aa 11 14 the game, "Gaines said. "We hope it will develop some 821 yards. of each game early In the i : '
Id..1 :Ihlrta" "" 30 11 good boys In time" End Tommy Edwards hauledIn season They didn't have a point Large Enough I to +
tilt '
B B:Grime Campsite 17 11 14 passes for a total of 149 against them in the second half to be practical- '
)'Ir.t National It 13 yards, fullback Glen Long picked of the first four games -
.... .... 36 3S
Team ball 14 14 Just A WRIST MAN while taklne batting' practice up seven for 102 yards, halfback against Sanford, Cocoa Beach,
P.ltoa!fa.Pontlao II 14 US 24Taam MH NEW YORK (AP) "He fooled in his yard before report George Elchert hauled in Cocoa or Lyman and In Small enough ,

Team No 14 II ITTltuavllla ...1 me by one year," says Matt ing to Sczesny at UeUsvUle. seven for 52 yards, end Lang the first seven games had only to be convenient I
Wu..y,'.. Girls Til. Bill:\II /7 2'te.I' Sczesny of Boston rookie outfielder .- Zimmerman caught only one but 13 points scored against them in
Tavern II* :M* Tony Conlgllaro. It was good for 34 yards; fullback the second half. These were t-0(
OaklawB Team No.Mtmortal I IT 11 It 81 Sczesny, who managed Tony A TOHftrf CHNCK Sam Wortham caught two six by Melbourne In the third
C at Wellsville, N.Y.. in the NEW YORK (AP) The for 25 yards; halfback Bill Har period and seven by Colonial And FUN!
Hl... lama tl*..lnifb Pony League in 1903, predictedhis Yankees would rather not face din caught three for 12 yards the fourth quarter.
Individual name: H. Kal slugging rookie would make Dean Chance of the Los Angeles and halfback Howard Bain Ward and Long had an average
l.r, alii B. Andmoa 111.Hlfh
i teem a.rl..: D. VVblt., the major leagues in 1956 He Angels. He beat them four times caught two for eight yards. of n yards per carry, to This amaslng cycle is .y '
|4U Huh: T, team Alman. mlFlnl M*. Nat. mad it big this year, hitting last season, and allowed them Ward led the team in scoring lead the Terriers in this department the ideal site fits la I v,:
local Bank tolHlfh .%95 and driving 24 home runs one run a Mickey Mantle with 10 touchdowns and 60 with ward picking up 313 your car. boat. air plane "
: Chlikia Ham, 36TBtandlniai aerial" Vlrflnlarrld despite the fact he sustained two homer in 50 innings of pitching points, followed by Hug- yards in 74 carries and Long It pi hunting, racing
broken wrists. and look at these figures working or where ever
rirat T..m National Bank Wailed 14 8 l "I said he'd make it in '63 and against the young right band you wish.
Vlrnlnla Prlod Cnlckaa 21 I he made a liar out of me," says er:
Brovard U.ur.no.Mutual 10 10 Matt. Tony Kubek, 1 hit for 15; Bobby -
Team No. 1 11 11 "Pete Romos of the Yankees Richardson. 1 for 21; Roger PLENAMINS S Up to 100 Miles Per Gallon
Magnolia Llagora 14 11 I10 broke Tony's wrist when Ramos Marls, 2 for II; ManUel 2 for SUPER TWO MODELS ON
Tam N.. I 11 11 was pitching for Cleveland. 11; Joe Pepltone. 1 for 17; Tom UTES of Ca .
Tam No. It 11 IIabb
Another time this year Tony fresh, 1 for 16; Elston Howard, DISPLAY!
Earl Meralea broke a wrist against an outfield I for 14.: Ken Boyer, 1 for 11; GREAT OLYMPICPERFORMANCES
With odivldual :::, It.rllil wall" Phil Lint, 2 for 10, and John I S Up To 35 M.PJi.
( 110: Bill Brown. IMHlfh In 1963 suffered broken I Blanchard 10.
Individual aorlra: Phil Tony a 1 for 515995 & 519995
.."b. t40| Bill Brown 101)
High Uam fan: Team No. SHlb e Shock Absorbers
loam aarlaai Team N*. 1 HERB ELLIOT (Au.tr.ii.)

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Offensive Quarterback Offensive Back Defensive End Defensive Middle Guard Del. Outside Linebacker Offensive Guard 4


TUGsvilie Again Dominates All-Brevard Team With Six Players;


liiaeggins Pilots Team Satellite's Ken Hutcherson Is Captain :

o A 24 man squad, dominatedfor more. the remaining athletes during the season. He also Intercepted pounder from Melbourne Central ...... ,
r the second straight year all being seniors. four passes.CENTERBUI Catholic is the fastest big I ,
o with six Titusville\ athletes, selected There are also six men in Hughes S'10", man In this area. He runs the I
from the "big six" the backfield for another first, 140 pounder, one of two Junior 100 in 10.8 !layed 48 minutes of
schools and two private schoolsIn Titusville's Ward and Muggins, athletes selected, plays centerat each game for Central Catholic 1
the county, form the 19M and Satellite's Ken Hutcherson Cocoa lie didn't make a bad mastering tackle and end I
r All-Brevard football team, selected received the most number of snapall year according to positions Against Florida Air Ithm'M
Monday evening In Cocoa votes, however Eau Gallle's his coach. He's described as an a team noted for passing, he I '
Beach Richard Callaway, Cocoa's all-around good boys with a picked off a Jump pass headed '
This Is the largest squad In Rick Shotwell and Melbourne'sGlen desire to learn and play foot over center and raced 18 yards 4.r I '
history, one with fast moving Holtsman all tied for the ball.QUARTERBACK through seven players to score. I' ) 1 lt 1t
backs, a huge line, a defensiveunit third positions. Coach's agreed, Charlie Cocoa Beach's Ralph Rlsley, Is t' LJ : '
said to be the most ruggedand not one single athlete should be Hugglns, Titusvtlle's SOS pound, I'll", 215 pound tackle with a t... 1
agile as any ever selected, eliminated, so six boys were 8'1" senior was selected last great deal of "football savvy" ;'
and one completely dominatedwith named to the starting backfield year as the All-('. ounty field and ability, He was Cocoa ,,
r senior athletes. positions. general For the Terriers, he's Beach's most consistent lineman -J 1
The selections, made by head Satellite's fine fullback Ken known as "Mr, Do It All". He in his ability to gel the Job I
coaches from the county's Hutcherson was voted as team runs the 100 yard dash In the done. lie played all year longIn ,
eight high schools and sportswriters captain.! In the past, any Individuals low ten's. During the season, each ball game without a 11.
from the three county who received a un- he passed 138 times, completing break.
were made duringthe anamous selection served as 59 for a total of M4 yards MIDDLE GUARD-Charlle .
newspapers annual work session held at captain, but this year another and added 1S7 yards on the Griffin of Titusville has dominated ____ .-.. ..... ._._-.r 'n... \.iII,
'"- unexpected occurance not one ground for a total offensive the middle guard position
Satellite Mae Dunn Satellite Cocoa Beach Monday evening. Steve Headley Cocoa Bill Hughes Cocoa
Hutcherson unanimousvote. record of
received 821
a Ills In
Formation of the team took player yards. pass Brevard now for two years :
I Captain Offensive: Back Cefenilvt Safety nearly five hours.Participating completion record does not Nicknamed "gorilla", becausehe Offensive Tackle Offensive Center ,
Head Besides the four returning compare with his fascinating, has to almost hold up an
were all-county athletes from Titus Junior season, however this arm to tell If he's walking or
.. Coach, John Gaines of Titus- ville. Richard Callaway, Eau year, Muggins on occasion used rolling He's a senior S'9" and )!
ville; Cocoa's Tom Terry: Cocoa Gatlie's all-round performer, different offensive tactics and weighs 210. He's power packed, I
Beach's Ed Feely; Sate-! was the only boy, receiving the concentrated on maUna. that a tough offensive tackle and by ,
r lite's Dan Thweatt; Bob Koontz honor two years in a row. first down. far the best defensive middle
of Melbourne; Eau Callte'sDick ; Last selections Included BACKS-Tltusvllle's David I
F year's guard In Brevard. w ;
Abraham. filling! In for Junior classmen J. R. Cowartof Ward, 155 pound scatback, INSIDE LINEBACKER- I
1'L (tll e former Head Coach Ned Richardson Eau Gallle, and Bar- scored 10
Johnny points for the Terriers Charles Wll.ion, of Cocoa, made
I II II ; Florida Air Academy'sJim hour of Satellite Both boys this year. lie was Titus- more tackles than any man on
and Melbourne Cen t
Wright Robbins. were named this year on the vine's leading ground tral Catholic's Ray honorable mention list. the past two this
votes years, season Coach Tom Terry said he ,.
Sports writers casting of the Mel. Only two boys were voted on racking up a total of SIS yards taught this\ boy nothing when -...
were Bill Peterson both the offense and defensive out of 74 tries for an average he came to Cocoa this year, I a;
bourne Dally Times; Dave Con teams. R'cky Shotwell of Cocoa of 4 J per carry. He aught 28 "We Just turned him loose and I. I
cannon of the Cocoa Tr'bune made a defensive linebacker passes for a total of 292 yards let him react." Wilson Is the \ j
and Ronn'e' Hughes of the TI and an offensive back, and His combined' total offense was only negro boy to ever receive( I .
tusville Star-Advocate. Florida Air Academy's Dave (107.( Coach Gaines says David the All-County title and aim ..
present, but not voting was Ebel was se'ected an offensive does the Vb of Jack Harris of the Me'bourne end slot and a defens.ve; line team ready for a ball game. and weighs 170. Ken Broadway, i
Times and Grady McAllister backer. He's a real competitor who has been a consistent "bull" In "
the Cocoa Tribune. The complete squad: hates to admit defeat" Ken the Bulldog line fur Iwo( years,
All coaches and sports writers Offensive Team Mufchinsnn of Salute Is' a I Melbourne's Coach sold he's .
agreed, this Is the best ENDS-Tom Eason, I', 175 footer, weighs 17$, runs the one of two reasons why Mel ,h"- .- -.,,,, .
team in history pound senior, from Satellite\ 100 yard dash In 10 seconds bourne had such an effective
Tom Eaion Sa..r1: Tim Dnham Satellite Many things occured this should receive the award for and made himself known for defensive team. Broadway Is S' Ricky Shetwell Cocoa Charles Wilu i
I Offensive End year which sports writers and the best fint-year football player his end sweeps and swift off .", and weighs 170, )ft, Back Oof. Outside Df. Inside .JiItJ'J'1\1
0; eml.e Guard coaches had not anticipated.First in the county. This was his tackle plays. He carried the OUTSIDE: LINF.BACKER-: LinebackerL
of all, Titusville, which first attempt at varsity fix- ball 1S4 times for 693 yards, A tie resulted here between
placed six men last year was ball, even though a senior lie scoring Ml points, obviously Dave Ebel of Florida Air. I Den
.. not exnccted to receive over caught II passes, two for clImatic leading all Brevard contenders nlc Carver of Eau: Gallle/ and
three atoll on the team. How touchdowns, along with and ranking fourth In Central Tltusvtlle's Rill Hardln. RltkyShotwell
ever. TltusvlMe's' Quarterback making IS tackles and 15 assists Florida. Richard Calliway. I' received one of the
Charlie Hugglns, Halfback for the season. He's quick 1", 17S pound halfback from lux-backing slots Hardln. Tl-
David Ward, and linemen Char. and possesses a fine pair of Eau Gallle Is a renter from tusvlll,'. little man on the field
lie Griffin and Tommy Edwards hands. Dave Ebel. Florida Air last year He was Eau Gallle's led the Terriers tackle chart. ;
who made the team as Academy is a senior end, 1'1" fastest! offensive man leading Last year he didn't even make a
,Juniors, were re-elected this and weighs 200 pounds He MM team In total points scored.A honorable mention on the All-
year along with linebacker Bill broke the county pass receiving real offensive threat few County \team, but this aeawm,
F M Hardln and Guard Mike Ste- record with 47 receptions, scored coaches In the county would deliberately he has developed Into the Terriers
blck.Another 24 oolnu ranking third In \ kick the ball In his finest linebacker Hardln
peculiar Incident, one Brevard'r list nf omen He direction on punts and kirk- Is SI' and weighs I3S and Is a
boy from Cocoa set two new was also selected to a defensive offs Glen Holtsman. II", IRS senior, Dennis Carver of Eau
J records. Charles Wilson\ Cocoa linebacker portion. He pounder from Melbourne. ranks Gallle played several ponltlims
Tiger linebacker, becomes the was In on 50 per cent of Florida high with Satellite's fine full this year The 173 pound line
first negro and the first sooho- back. Holtsman scored: barker
Air's tackles nearly was chosen for his ability
2Sa more athlete In be selected to TACKLES-Steve\ Headley, all of Melbourne's points, rankIng to diatom plays .t the
the All-County team. another big man, weighs 231, high In the county He's line of scrimmage. Ills coach/
Also, this was the first time. played both offense and defensefor known as the fullback with the said he's one of the Commodores
Individuals from Florida Air Cocoa High.\ A senor, Co ability of getting that extra bent readers on defense
Academy and Melbourne Central coa's coach said they depended yard. Ricky Shotwell, Cocoa, Florida Air's Dave KM:' I pavedthe
Catholic were Introducedon on Headley every time a \team P'JllIIt'IIIet speed Is real shifty way for UN when no one
Dave Ebtl Florida Air Albert HotJ Melbourne CC the squad and last year'steam went for short yardage on that and can pick op an average of else! could. Excellent, college Glen Meltsma Melbourne Larry MtCU" Melboursg
Off. End. D.'. Outside Included a crop of sevenJuniors Important third down play. four yards nearly every time material according to his coach
I Defensive Tackle while this year's had Melbourne's Larry McClave be hits off tackle on a dive Offensive Back Offensive Tackle I
Linebacker only two juniors and one copho- senior, fir, 210 pounder has play The senior II) pound (Centlmwd" On feee I)

lettered two with the athlete was Cocoa's number
years ... .. ..
back. '
<>- Bulldogs. A quick, agil, and fe
--I aggressive tackle, with a good Defensive Team
ability for blocking assign ENDS-Tommy Edwards, I'
(!: ments t", 1U pounder from TKuiville, M 1,,
.. CUARDS-Mik Stebkk, of made the a -count1 list last
r"t v.' Titusville moved here last year year II' center, but was
and took over a first team offensive changed this season when the rr
guard pat lira for the Terriers needed" end. He
Terriers ahem after faD train played nearly every minute of
lag H,', S'1" tafl. weighs 15, every game on offense and de
and levees football in only a fense. Ilea a rugged defender,
rough fajtbino. He went both matters all plays In minutes,
Gas wa; i for the Terriers, l playing likes contact sports and seldom r.Mt
la every game of the season complains. Dave Amman IT
reach Gaines says SteMck seldom 200 pound end from Cocoa
gives ground. He Is one Beach "exemplifies the type
of TtfusrtHe's best pulling boys we like to have at Cocoa
guards Tim Denham<< of Satellite Beach" says his tfl8C_. His
: is given the title u being size is an lanai but k', the bv
one of the finest pulling offer tangible characteristics which
save guards In the county anda Dave possesses that win carry ,
-- Tkious trapper with rxcetirat him to even greater heights of I

/i: Dut' A/ftJIftM Cacw leech Mpf Cecea Buck blocking ability He's I' WI and achievement both as a ball Richard Callaway I** Gale Demit Carver law Gallle Ken Broadway Melbourne
Carl Wirkewakt Melbourne CC weighs in and made II anal. player and as aa Individual.
Defensive EN Defensive Tackle< ,1"ted tat kit. end 21 assists TA'XLES-A1I"/Uo( IT. 2M Offensive Back Del Outside Linebacker Dof. Inside Linebackero
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Tlfu.vlll. (Florida) Star-A4v caU Friday, December 4,1
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Team Might Be Winded And Flabby But .

' Terriers Meet Cocoa Beach


Still In There Hitting

Here Tonight In Cage Tilt

!In Preparation For Bowl Game
Coach Art Tolls said today his the preliminary game at 1:30: a man to man defense with On the starting lineup will be
TitusviUe Terriers have the I p.m, with the varsity tilt following -I some press and the fast break Ray Cowart, Vr; Jack Sexton i
usual first game Jitters but oth at 8 p.m. C...' .*iwifl Dattern offense, will 61"; Dennis Nanklvll, A.."; Jerome -
er than a little nervousness, "The overall team is looklnp -ter a 14-1J sea Thomas, "'1"'; and Taylor I "An offensive line averaging
they should be prepared for the fair," Tolls said. They have th ord of last DeVelse, 5..". about 218 and a defensive forward -
opening basketball game of the usual first game Jitters, whlcl year.e If any stall, Coach Floyd Davis bG the Jun wall capable of reachinga
season here tonight against the should go away by the end of ttih. ,8 usual, one of our main lor Varsity squad has only maximum average of nearly
Cocoa Beach Minutemen. the second quarter. I problems .is height and exper eight players eligible for to- (30( pounds" is not consideredtoo
THS's JayVee unit will play The Terriers, expected to use fence. n'ght's' game. Some 14 boy small, laughs John Lane
have not received clarification Titusville Jaycee football coach.
from the Activities AssocIation "Actually that's big enough
Notre Dame's Huarte Heads AP cerning birth certificates. if we "can Just get them to
Jody Kahn t'l" sophomore move commented Lane.
will probably ,Jump center for The Jaycees, made up of anybody .
I the group with Dannie Quinn. and everbody who has the
5'8" sophomore and Preston pits to play football years tier
All-American Football Team Grimm 5'9" sophomore operatIng their gridiron prime will
guard positions. Also scheduled play Eau Gallic December 12
for action is Jim Boyles In the Annual Charity Bowl
By TED SMITS for 574 yards, passed for 807 and Nobis of Texas and Bill Fisk of 'l" Junior; Roberts 5'9" sophomore football game which with all
Associated Press Sports Editor scored 80 points. Southern California plus Syra ; Wayne Current, 5'9' rights included, should be call
By means of pass receptionsand cuse's Pat Klllorin. sophomore; Barrowman 5'5" ed. "The Exhausted Rooster
NEW YORK (AP) John kick runbacks as well as Fisk finished a standout sea sophomore; and Eddie Ford, BowL"
Huarte, Bob Timberlake, Donny. sprints from scrimmage Junior son by starring in the 20-17 upset 9'9" sophomore. : "Yes III admit most of our
Anderson and Gale Savers comprise Anderson from Texas Tech-a over Notre Dame. Ace Trojan I fellow are old and flabby,"
the offensive backfield of first round futures pick In both ball carrier Mike Garrett 'Lane said.
the 1964 Associated Press All- pro drafts-accounted for 1,710 calls Fisk "one of the most underrated Associated Old and flabby barely describes
America football team named yards. He also punts. blocking linemen in the Jaycee team. Most
LEARN PLAYS-Steve Bain (center) team plans use against Eau Gallic
today. Kansas' Sayers, the whirlwindof the country." AllAmericaFootball of them work in offices, behind ,
Illinois linebacker Dick former Titusville High athlete talks Dec. 12. Bain will probably run first
But- the Plains, Is one of the mos''texciting The quickness with which the desks, smoke many cigarettes
kus, the lone holdover heads a runners in Big Eight New York Giants drafted Au TeamNEW daily and become winded Just with Len Rogers left and Charlie Sullivan string quarterback for the Jaycees and I
defense averaging 219 poundsper history and leaves a league career I burn's Tucker Frederickson is walking up a single flight- of right concerning offensive plays Sullivan an end position while Rogers
man on the squad which rushing record of 2,675 I testimony of the fullback-safe- YORK (AP-The 1964 stairs. which the Titusville Jaycee football will anchor a line slot.-S-A Photo.

reflects the wholesale revival of yards behind him. ty's prowess. Although he led Associated Press All-America "But, they're willing. Just this
a platoon game this season. The closest of some hectic Auburn in rushing, receiving football team: one time to get in half way decent
offensive team fired out Playing on the team will be Eddie White, Dan Wilmer Ron.
For the first time since 1952 position contests on offense was and kickoff physical condition for the exceptionally -
separate units a 22-man first at end where Florida State's scoring OFFENSE Lane said. well and the defensive several former college boys. nie Lakin, John Wells, Wayne
was rated even ENDS Fred Blletnikoff game unit slightly larger in weightdid Don Percelli 185 pound center Brown, Wayne Overstreet and
team, have been selected on the Fred Blletnikoff and Baylor'sLawrence foes and And that's exactly what
recommendations of the sports-. Elklns got the nod higher muted stopping per. Florida State (-1,1J2, ST., Erie they're doing. For the past a good 'Job of holding the played at the University of Miami. Jim Marshall lending assist
only one pass completionIn Pa.; Lawrence Elklns Baylor, runners to little if substantial Charlie Sullivan, 180 ance.
writers and broadcasters who over Jack Snow of Notre Dame three weeks It', been any
the he covered all a repeat
zone season 6-2 187, Sr., Brownwood, Tex pound 6'3" end played for the Tackles include Lakin
made up the eight regional and Karl Noonan of Iowa. Bit- He personally killed four of high school and college football gains. pro-
boards. All games through Nov. etnkoff, who operated at flankerback drives with his TACKLES Jim Wilson, days. Running, learn "Actually, scheduling a gameof Daytona Beach semi-pro Thun- bably the youngest boy on the
28 were take n into account. and split end with equal enemy tackling. Georgia '-3. 245 Sr., Pittsburgh lays, running and learn a few this nature, serves a twofold derbirds. Charlie Cross, 215 team still one of the biggest.He .
Huarte, Ilelsman Trophy, ease besides being a sound Clarence Williams of Wash. ; Larry Kramer Nebraska more purpose. The CrippledChildren' pound fullback played at the weighs 240 and will undoubtedly ,
winner as college player of the blocker and kick runback specialist ington State Ohio State's Vr- 11.2. 235, Sr., Austin: they plays.donned Wednesday full uniforms evenIng Society benefits of University of Georgia, and John receive a starting de-
year was the quarterback who I caught 57 passes for 987 nold Chonko and Cosmo lac.ivazzi Minn. had about 30 minutes of vfgori- course all gate receipts are Decaro, 165 pound halfback fensive tackle slot. Jim Lopez
changed Notre Dame from a 2- yards and 11 touchdowns this of Princeton are the other GUARDS-Tom Nobls, Texas. ous contact, and : turned over to the society and probably runs the 100 in about weighs 255 and will also see
7 to a 9-1 performer and left a season. defensive backs 6-2, 215, Jr., San Antonio Tex.; enough not surprisingly the local doctors and hospital 99 and was a standout at action at a defensive tackle
flock of school records in his Elkins, first man picked in the Teamed with Butkus in the Bill Fl.sk, Southern California, an injury one, person for received the receives some business becauseof Geneva College in Pennsyl- position, along with Don
wake. Ills most notable season AFL draft, grabbed 50 aerials highly competitive lInebacke 6-0 200, Sr., San Gabriel, Calif usual sore strained muscles."I all the injuries the playerswill vana. Heacock 220 pounder, and
marks are 2,069 yards in total for 851 yards at Baylor, scored Steve DeLog and Pat Caveness CENTER-Pat Killerin Syracuse was really surprised to receive. Of course, recruiting a team guards like LJghtln' Wayne
offense and 114 pass comple- seven touchdowns, returned 13 highly competitive linebacker I-Z. 225, Jr., Watertown, lee the team hit as well as Despite how hilarious a gameof with caliber in comparisononly Brown 200, John Wells, 200 and
tions for 2,062 yards and It punts 126 yards and went in on guard spots are Tennessee'sSteve N.Y. they did, Lane continued. "The this nature might seem it's to the Baltimore Colts is Earl Futch 205.
touchdowns defense on goal line situations DeLog and Pat Caveness BACKS-John bane, Notre I still a rugged type of football. almost Impossible. So, several Others include Dalton Cairns,
Timberlake quarterbacked! Jim Wilson of Georgia and of Arkansas. The trio shaded 'Dame 0-0, 180, Sr., Anaheim Tltusville High athletes and Thunderbird
Fans aren't laughing half as a athlete playing
Michigan to the Big Ten title Nebraska's Larry Kramer, a Marty Schottenhelmer of Pitt, Calif.; Bob Tlmberlake Mich!. have
some boys who played
hard this did last halfback and 170
son, Auburn 1-2. 210, Sr., year as they ;
Penn State's Glen Ressler gan 11-4. 215, Sr., Franklin
and a Rose Bowl berth but he's combined 480 pounds of tackles and service ball fill in perfectly. Hollis Whitaker
Fla. Clarence season when the two Jaycee Georgia
Carl McAdams of Ohio; Gale Sayers, Kansas '.1, ; Williams
he elected who futures drafts last Oklahoma
so good a runner was were
195 Sr. Neb Washington State 6-2 196, Sr., teams met at Satellite Beach. Fans probably remember little College, 205 back; Corky
at halfback slot his the Interior offen- ; Denny
In on
a are
year, Dan Kearley of national Anderson Texas Tech 6-3 207 Renton Wash.; Arnold Chenko, The score ended in a 7-0 deadlock Steve Balls a halfback soy Reid 150 pound back; Dick and
ence. The foot-4 senior rushed live line with guards Tommy champion Alabama is teamed Jr., Stinnett, Tex. Ohio State -2, 208, Sr.. Par a real defensive game eral years back for the Terriers Dave Crabtreet, Bristol, Va.,
with John' Van Sicklen Iowa ma, Ohio; Cosmo lacavazzi from start to finish instead of will be running quarter high school boys weighing 170
I back catching 24 passes for I state, at defensive tackle with DEFENSEENDSHarold Princeton, 5-11, 200, Sr., Scran- an expected 70-4 or something back for the Jaycees, with How and 165 respectively and Dave
AllBrevardTeam 383 yards. Purdue's Harold_ n _Wells and Misalsalppt's Wells Purdue, ton, Pa. comparable. ard Bain Jack Blankenship Stackhouse, 185 pound guard.
Honorable Mention Allen Brown manningthe 8-2, 213, Sr., St. Louis; Allen
Offensive Team ends. Brown Mississippi M, 228 Sr.St ..
Offensive backs Roger Stau- Louis; Allen Brown Mississippi -
ENDS: John Letasky, Cocoa
bach of Navy and Jimmy Sidleof 6-4, 228., Sr., Natchex,
Vern Tortsen Cocoa
Continued From 7 ; ,
Page Auburn AB-America choices Miss. Congratulations .
Beach TACKLES; Ralph Rls-
; -. .
a year ago did not repeat be- TACKLES Dan Kearley
because he's big, fast and hard ley Cocoa Beach; Bob Shepherd cause 6f their injury-placed Alabama, 1-1. 226, Sr., Talla-
to move. "We feel that without Satellite; Albert Hotz,
seasons. Staubach was hinderedby dega Ala.; John Van Sicklen
his defensive playing our team Central Catholic; GUARDS: a severe leg Injury and Iowa State, 5-11,217, Sr., Walled
would not have been as good as Don Stansell Titusville; Mike Sldle's hurt shoulder forced his Lake Mich.
It was;" Ricky Shotwell Co Thomas, Cocoa; Bob Torrence, move from quarterback to half. LINEBACKERS Dick Bu
coa's outstanding senior half- Cocoa Beach; John Holt, Eau Jerry Rhome of Tulsa, Craig kus Illinois, I-S. 243, Sr., Chicago 'I<
.:, : >'.
back "did an excellent Job for Gallic; Ken Broadway, Mel ,/.
Morton of 1
California Bob Berryof ; Steve DeLong Tennessee ', ., : >
us all year long," says his bourne; Tim Aihcroft Central Oregon and Bob Schwelkcrt 6-3 243, Sr., Norfolk Va.; .jp Y Q -
coach. "With Shotwell and Wilson Catholic; CENTER: Dale of Virginia Tech make up the Ron Caveness Arkansas, 6-1, "tot < ':
manning our linebacklng Knapp, Melbourne, George second team offensive back- 215, Sr., Houston, Tex. : ;. : '
chores, we never felt insecurefor Geramos Florida Air; QUARTERBACK field. BACKS Tucker Frederick. : :
one moment. lIe knocked : Billy McKnight, Cocoa ,(:
down passes, and literally tore ; Errol Potter, Satellite;
up halfbacks on the dive Bob Sicker, Central Catholic; I I
plays" Craig Nichols, Cocoa Beach; FORFUEL
SAFETIES-Carl Witkowskl Roger Basile, Florida Air; ...
of Central Cathllc Is a memberof BACKS: Mike Dunn, Satellite;
the National Honor Society Carl Wilkowskl, Central Catholic OILDELIVERY
along with vice-president of the ; Pat McCrea, Florida Air;
student body. He's a 1(0 pound Steve Sorenson, Eau Gallic.

Honorable Mention I

This Is The ENDS.Defensive: Bobby Drake Team, Satellite SEAY'S FUEL SERVICE I

; Dave Eason, Satellite;
OfficialAllBrevard Vern Thortsen, Cocoa Beach;
t Phone 161.1612I.B.M.
Jim Berry, Cocoa; Steve Burgess
Melbourne; Dave Hales, \
Football Team Melbourne; TACKLES: Bob

Lancaster, Florida Air; Mike
Steen, Melbourne; Bob Shepherd
senior and an exceptionally Satellite; Bob Torrence,
fine defensive halfback. To his Cocoa Beach; Larry McFall
credit he has an 83 yard kickoff Satellite; Roger Hipfl, Cocoa; .
return and an 80 yard punt MIDDLE GUARD; Doug Dilts.
return for touchdowns. He runs Satellite; Bruce Lolxrg, Flor MACHINE OPERATORS
the 100 in 9.9. In two years ho ida Air; David Bartman Eau
scored 90 points for the Hust Gallic; Larry McFall, Satellite I PROGRAMMERS
lers. Mike Dunn 170 pounder Beach; SAFETY: Howard
from Satellite Is one of two Jain, Titusville; J. B. Cowart,
Juniors selected to the team. Eau Gallic: Jim Birch, Cocoa KEY PUNCH OPERATORSNEEDED
He has good speed, and finesse Beach; OUTSIDE LINEBACKER
and has created a problem for : Tom Eason, Satellite: TO HARDEE'S FOOD SYSTEMS ON THE GRAND OPENING

teams on punt returns all season Gary Birch, Cocoa Beach; INSIDE
He returned 13 punts for LINEBACKER: Mike
164 yards Including four pass Vewqulst, Central Catholic;
interceptions. lIe also did a Dennis Graham, Satellite:
Employers are calling dally for IBM Operators and
tremendous Job as a flanker- Richard Bordin Cocoa Beach.
Programmer The demand In this area ia great


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First Presbyterian Filson Addresses 'William Vasil

News Of The be"Revelation the topic of of the God sermon- T win by Medical Miami Beach Group In 'Dies ThursdayWilliam

J I Weektfr the Rev. Charles W. Bates, pas Calvin D. Filson! TWA's director

17 J .. For Titusville and North Brevard tor at the 8:30: and 11 o'clock of industrial rdattons Vasil. age 71, of in.

I'I worship services Sunday at for the MHA project J recently dian River City area of Tttuj.
First Presbyterian Church. the Medical Society
addressed vine passed away
Deadline For CJuirtfc New a A. Pages I P. 1C. There is a church hour nursery Association to Miami Thursday
at the latter hour only. Executives Beach morning after a long I illness.
He was born in the
country of
I Sunday School, with classes Mr. Filson spoke on the subbet Turkey, July It, 1893.
I for an, convenes H 1:45.: Sen of "Personnel Retention -

First MethodistMorning Church Of God First Baptist, IRC St. Teresa'sHours ior-Hi and Juruw-Hl Youth Secretarial and Clerical" His He is survived by a brother,

St. Gabriel'sCub Groups meet In the church at was part of a Vasil and
Emanuel ,
worship will be heM Of ProphecyThe First Missionary Baptist of worship at SL Tere 7 p.m. panel seminar on "Personnel a daugh.
special Frances Vasil
8:30 0:46 and 11:00 Sundayat Church of Indian River City, sa's Catholic Church announced received Hiring ter, Mrs. both
at : Church of God of Prophecy are Persons desiring to be Problems and of Mlam L
First Methodist Church with UK Norwood Ave., 0. A, Seoul Pack Eld. Howard Thornton, pastor, as follows by Rev. Father into membership must present Practices."

t Rev. E. W. Norman bringingthe budding, pastor, announces announces services as follows: John B. O'Hara, pastor. themselves before the Session The Medical Society Executives His remains were forwardedto
message "Danger In The services follows Sunday: Sunday School 9:45: prior to their public recep-- Association Is composedof Miami Thursday for inter
as :
:Masses 7 8:30 10
:Manger." The 11:00: o'clock Sunday: Bible School MS: a.m. with classes for all ages, Sunday : tion. The Session will meet for directors of the various state ment with Smith Funeral Home

service will be broadcast: over am.; Morning worship, 11; Presents Skils nursery provided; Morning and 11:30: a.m. this purpose at 7:30: p.m. on medical societies. Association in charge of arrangements.

radio station WRMF. Evangelistic service, 7 p.m. worship 11; Baptist Training Weekly Masses: :Monday Thursday, Dec 10, in the ,anc- members were gathered in Miami
:Mr. Bender's Den 1 Course 1:30: Evening -
presented p.m.; tuary. for their annual con
Church School, under the Tuesday, Bible study, 7 p.m. I a clever skit around the History 1 1I worship, 7:30.Tuesday through Friday, 8 a.m.; Saturday Beach elude Industrial and labor relations *

supervision of Sid Carraway, Friday, 7 p.m., Youth service. of Great Americans! to the 7:30: p.m., Ladies'Auxiliary I a.m.Confessions. per vention.Mr. Filson's areas of responsibility I employment and personnel
will begin at 8:30: and at 9.45: I November Club Scout Pact 312 meets.Wednesday 1 Saturday 4-5 and I Remember Pay your paper Boy at Merritt Island In- services.

a.m. with classes: for all ages I IRC MethodistThe meeting, held at the St Gab! ; 7:30: p.m., Midweek 7-8 p.m.
Youth recreation will be held riel's Episcopal Church recent- prayer- service and Bible

from 1:30: until 7:15: p.m. with service of worship for the ly. Some of the great Americana study by Eld. Thornton; Adult 1-

choir, orchestra practice, snack Indian River City Metho that were depicted In the. choir rehearsal, 8:30.: .
supper and meetings. Orchestra dist Church will be held Sun. kit were Robert Fulton, Henry Thursday, Ladies' visitation, N y .y

practice is held at 3:30: p.m. day at 11 a.m. In the new Ford, and Ben Franklin. I' 10 a.m.; Men's visitation, 7:1J:
) Sunday. church building located on Highway p.m.; Beginners choir rehearsal -
Evening worship will begin at 50 across from Indian River The boys and their fathers, in 7 p.m.; Junior choir rehearsal R
6:30: pm. Sunday with the Jun Heights. The pastor, Rev. carrying out the theme of the 7:30.: (
for High Methodist Youth Fellowship Robert Waddell, will bring the month, Cub Scout Genius, showed

in charge. message, "In the Fullness of the many different displays Pine Grove BaptistThe
Time." The nursery will be they had made, using the same
The Joy DeLeon Circle will available for infants and small basic materials.It Pine Grove Baptist Mission -

meet at the home of Mrs. John; children. was announced that the six corner of Spring and Stan-

Bell, 3112 Slalom Ave., at S.30: dens made Thanksgiving favors ford St, Scottsmoor holds services
a.m., Tuesday, Dec 8. Mrs I, Sunday School for all ages will for the Jess Fairish Hospital as follows:
Clara Carraway will have the be held from 9:45: to 10.3S: am. and will march in the Jaycee Sunday: Sunday School, 10

program and Mrs. Barbara: The Junior Choir, Includingthe ChrIstmas Parade Saturday a.m., under the direction of ,;,ll' wa

Sanders will have devotions. seventh and eighth graders, Citizens Bank Is sponsoring Ernest Woodell, with classes 2 h
will rehearse Sunday at J p.m.In Boys Life Magazine" for the for' all ages; Morning worship, y
The Elizabeth Howell Circle the chapel. Youth Recreation -
Cub Pack this V
year. 11, with message by Pastor
will meet Dec. gat the homeof will begin at 4:15: In .
p.m. Mrs. :M. Benson's Den 4 opened Roe Johnson; Training Union, '\ k,
Mrs. Gordon Beeson 4250 the hall. There will be
with the r
the meeting pledgeof 1:30: p.m.; Evening worship,
Catalina St., at 9.30: a.m. Mrs. a snack supper for the youth at and the den
alleglence yell 7:30: with message by the past
Carol Stephens will have the :15.: The Methodist Youth Felowshlp Mrs. Ike Rlgell's Den S presented

devotional and Mrs. Jeanette program will begin at Cubmaster Bob Gibson witha or.Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., choir flJ i
Ellis will have i:45 and of the coramun-
the program. : youth
fall flower plant Mrs.
lovely ; practice. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.,
please bring your home-made I Ity from the seventh grade in Betty Barnes' Den 5, in charge Prayer meeting and Bible 11 e
: gift for exchanging. A baby sitter school to age 21 are invited to of hospitality, awarded the study DIMrw millions searched ref
: bf ,
i will be at Hennes participate.
to the winner p
Thanksgiving candy Thursday, 7:30: p.m., Ladles' m
sey naIl The Sunday Evening Fellowship tj discovered by a lew.Exabluhed .
I Mr. Lemons; Mrs. Catapanos' Auxiliary will meet.
The 11:00: o'clock choir will will be will begin singing at 7:30.followedby There Den I won the attendance The Pine Grove Mission is a ,built, maintained,and

I hold rehearsal in the Sanctuary a timely hymn discussion under the banner and decorated the refreshment member of the American Bap governed bI Fundamental Belief in

Dn Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. The direction of Mr Gary Woods. I table for the meeting tilt Association.: God. Hut is America-these United

Boy Scouts will meet at 0:30: The hour will conclude with a ; Mrs Gould's Den 1 closed Bellwood "u ftatet.That ia out home...that b
the meeting with a Thanksgiving Baptist
I p.m. Wednesday at Blanton time of fellowship. and sne. How else could the
Park The 9:45: a.m. choir willS prayer.
bold rehearsal at 7:30: p.m. The First and Second Grade The two new den chiefs of Bellwood Baptist Church services 4' Ii heritage we bold com into being?

Wednesday in the Sancturay. Choir will have Its rehearsal Pack 312 Ed Freeman, Life are announced as follows sil:; ,4 ASyteeae..NocolButa
by Bro. Herbert
Monday at 2:45: p.m. in the Scout of S10 and den chiefto pastor,
The Bethany Routh Circle Troop Walters dedicated,comecrated way of lit*
f will meet at the home of Mrs. chapel Junior Girl Scouts will Mrs. Betty Barnes -were introduced : 0
In die Sermon the
Sunday 9:45 forth on
: a.m.; aa act
Ernest Spivey, 2747 South Circle meet at the church Mon- by Cubmaster Gibson.
Dr., on Thursday, Dec. 10, day from 4 to 5:30: p.m. Boy The new boys inducted were Morning worship, 11; Training : ( Mount Tr*y* tin(riiftnJ mlurjluffirtJ

at 10:30: am. A covered dish Scout Troop 370 will meet at 7 Greg Noble, Orel Orvls, Billy Union, ,7:30.Wednesday:6:30: p.m.; Evening worship Ifrlb > { Il'i t ft Vtlhj Ftrp, dies tin

luncheon will be enjoyed. p.m. eldel, Jimmy Futch, Randy 7 ; y *MM light which h*illumnattiawnV
1 Girl Scout Troop 130 will Powell, Douglas Atwell and Albert p.m., prayer
The Violet Hughlctt Circle meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. Members Lary. meeting. r ,j mnJt tint time hf**

will meet Dec. 10, at 8.00: p.m. of the church will partlc- Wally Fisher, John Brandenburg j V + ,, That tame light-the Word ol God-

\ In the home of Mrs. II. G. Ben- Ipate in visitation evangelism and Neil Mulllns graduated ia now lighting and

enhafer, 410 Bobbins Ave. The Wednesday and Thursday be- from Webelos den this showing die way-the way oi truth-

program will be presented by ginning at 7 pm. month, and Mr. Harry Suter, assistant Attend 6 el and individual,
Mrs. Bill Williams with Mrs. The Adult Choir will have Its scout master of Troop to us u a nation aa

John Davis giving the devotion rehearsal Wednesday at 7:30: 320, received them into tho I y : '4.,4- flirt m long aa each of us, each

\ al. Homemade gifts will be exchanged p.m. In the chapel. The Explorer Troop, following Cubmaster Services w r.j day,rededicate our

among the member I Post will meet Thursday at jibson's presentation of the .i lives to a Fundamental

i and a basket will be filled foi, 7:30: p.m. The Men's Club paintIng Webelos Badge and Certificate. M iL '} Belief in God-
I a needy family. project will resume Saturday The following awards were This t
morning.. Volunteers are presented to Russell Brinegar, # Ja ;; shall we endure

First needed Gold and Silver Arrows; Jeff ,
i Christain The Adult Choir with the Junior Suter, Wolf Badge and Gold Week 1 ti = n

First Christian Church of Indian Choir and First and Second Arrow; Randy Helsel Wolf :

River City holds services In Grade Choir will present a program Badge, Gold and Silver Arrows; ,

the Civic Center as follows: of special Christmas mu. David Rlgell, Wolf Badge: Steve

Sunday: Bible School, D sin; sic Sunday, Dec 20, 7:10: p.m. Rucker, lion Badge; Sammy at Your Own
Preaching and the Lord's Sup The Youth of the Methodist Draper, Lion Badge, Gold and
Youth Fellowship will portray
per, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sermon Christmas scenes during the two Silver Arrows.
subject at morning worship Place
The public is cordially
hour, "The Living Word" and at program.invited. Church Of God
7 "Anchor that hold"

Wednesday, 7 p.m., Prayer Church Of Christ I Mims of
meeting and Bible study will he Services for Church of God, Worship

held in the home of Marshall The Church of Christ meets at Huns, are announced as follows

I Archer, 840 Edgcwood Drive. i the corner of Sl Johns and 1 by Rev. Kyle H. Bryan, .._ -
L Craddock I pastor: ...... ."
Clay Is the min Hopkins Avenue. The schedule ""' .. lr ==

later. of services is as follows: I Sunday: Sunday School, 10

Sunday: Bible study, 1.50: a.m.; Morning worship, 11; Evening
This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
jioriCK a.m.; morning worship, 10:50: service, 7pm,
or AIR FORKn.om a.m.; evening service, 8 p.m. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Youth
NOTICE\ U HKHKIir GIVEN Mid-week Bible study Is on I
to a _..d Amended service. Duff Electric-Titusville Edwards
Iummery Final Decree of ronIloure Wednesday at 7 pm. Realty
daM November IW 1IMI4. Mr. and Mrs. H. Guy Duff Joe and Mary Edwards
end entered" In Chancery Caen No.' Bible classes are provided for I
SHOW or the Circuit Court of Ih. Baldwin Shopping Center
Ninth JudluUI circuit In and for all age groups both Sunday
Hrevard: County, Florida, where morning and Wednesday nigh TITUSVILLE DRIVE-IN Canaveral RamblerPhone
A1CUKL EDWARD H BCHWAKTZ A. OMIIKR, Tru.t-and Maurice W. Jackson Jr., the AM 7-1348 Brevard Mutual Ins. Agency Inc.
sea. are Plaintiff., and Pit IN- minister, Invites all to attend ,
CEBffVILLB HUMS: ARCH PARK Downtown Titusville
corporation, la Defendant, I will Rinker Materials Corp.
Mil to the hltheet and but bidder
for rub at the eel front door West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900 The Employees of
of the Drevtrd County Court- NOTICE\ TO 'IIEDIToa" DRIVE-IN THEATREU.
home la Tltinvllle, Florida, at IN TUB COUHT OF THe Propane
11:00: o'clock AM., on the tint COUNTY JU1XIK:, IH AND FODHKVARD \ S. 1. NORTH TITUSVILLE
dar of December, lW4. the followln (COUNTY FLORIDAIN Duffy'sMimsFlorlda
detcrlbed property aa let forth PROHATKl Can. No *4WKHTATK
In old second Amended Summary OF First Federal Savings & Loan AssociationDowntown ,
Sinai Decree, to-wllt: OKOROM: MUMBNDKNKOBRINH. : '
That part of the following TitusvilleBaird's
I property lvln. reset of U. a. DKCKASKD.: Town Motel
Mllhway No. 1, to-wlti: To all creditor. dlitrtbutaaa.and .
V M. Oovernment Lol 1. In persona having aay olalma of
LESLIE SPARKS Titusville Mobile
Fnctlon II TownnhlD 1'6 lIollt b. demand aaalnat Bald Citato: Downtown Home
I Rana IT Runt, which land la You and each ol you are hereby
1.191', more or tree, on I' a. notified that yon aro required bylaw MINISTER Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa, FloridaThrelkeld's
Houla No. L and 1TNT more to present any claims and d. Standard Service
or leea, on Indian River: at nianda which you, or .Hh.r ot
Indicated hr the Hurvfv nl.... you may bar acalnit" the Relate SERMONS Downtown Titusville AM 7-9927 Luke Cain
by r. A. BIICKNICR.!: Reilater of Store II u..d.. RobMaa,
." Land Surveyor, Kits U.llie. d_..-d. lato of sold County t. State Farm
I Florida, dated July 81, the County Judco of Hroyar "WALK IN THE NIGHT"A Insurance Companies
li>69. toa-i-ther with all rlnarlan County. Florida, at hla offtoa I.tll. Indian River Machine Shop 214 Palm, TitusvilloBoyd's
rlKkla, title and. Internet of Court HOUH of said rouatv,
Moruaior anpertalnln* to at Tltuivlllo, I'lorldalbla\ .1.l Indian River City Florida
the afuredeiorlbed: :property. e Paled thla trt day of Decera. time of the Strut aublloaUom ..flat. Gulf Service
her 1954 nonce Brotherhood S. of the
; nrc*
/aCu'rtli R Barnea Each claim or demand than boIn Mims Citrus Growers Association Downtown Titusville
Clerk CIr<'uU Court wrltlnc la dupll..'.. and ohaiUU
i llrevard County KlorlOa > the place of roihliiaoo sad Diaclpl of ChristPUBLICIZE Mima Florida
By Mary Joe L'nmrfCOtTRT Foil Office address of the claim
O'Pllty merle ant and ahall b. nora to by th..lalma.t Brevard Lumber Company
SMALL hta aunt or his attorn.
SHAPIRO, PRIED ANDAttoraeya .,. and any rack outlnj or Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr.
I WELL Eaoe.: demand cot ao filed hell ho void.Kithard .
II for Plalntlffai7 P. RobblnaAdministrator Mimi Florida W. E. Kennedy
Lincoln Rend of the Estate
MI.ml Reach. Florida 8 13DM. of (leora MuM nd.Bj Badcock Furniture TUusvule
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SERVICES OR Downtown TitusvilleBelkLIndsey C. W. Danenburg

SPECIAL EVENTSON 1514 S. Washington, Titusville
(An American Lutheran Church) Titusville


INDIAN RIVER CITY I Ray Nelson Insurance Agency S. Hopkins at Titusville City LimitFransen's

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News Of The Week Episcopal dun-eft, u announcedby

Father Ferguson, Is as follows

4r Sunday: Morning: Prayer bull '

For Titusville and North Brevard County kk y be said at 715: ant; Holy

Deadline for Church News on These Pigu I P. X. Wednesday Communion will be celebratedat

7:30: Sunday School for meet i
fourth grade and up will
at 9; Family Eucharist win M
Good Shepherd"The ,..-z: IilIin N C&M AllianceThe I Christian Science I' celebrated at 10; The Sunday
Christian and I School third grade and below
Message of Advent" Is Missionary "God the Only Cause and' a ,
the sermon theme selected by 11. ..... MIll ... ... Alliance Church will open the Creator" is the subject of the will meet at 10, under the direction
.ed 0a Sunday School at 1.45 with of James Munnis Jr.
the Rev. Arnold F. Claus for : a.m. Bible Lesson to be read in all
the two services to be Park Braden leading the pro Christian Science churches this
worship .
Ronnie Curtis will lead The E.Y C. win meet at 1:30
beld Sunday Dec. I, at Good gram. i Sunday.
the Junior department; Franz Golden Text: "Have we not p.m.
Shepherd Lutheran Church on \ Dec. 7 the
Monday, Vestry
Ashbaugh will teach the Adult an OM father? hath not one God
Garden Street Services will win meet at 8
conducted at 8:00 and 10:30: Bible class from the topic, created us?" (Mal 1:10): p.m.

a.m., with the celebration of 'Righteous Living." Selections from the denominational Dr. I. J. Dells! Lowell| Ltlthwr Tuesday Dec 8, at I:31 sun.
"Of Which Cup Will Ye textbook will Include:
Holy Communion during the Holy Communion at 9:. sun.
Drink?" will be the sermon "The I AM made all
great Sl
service. Brigit Chapter meet.
early topic by the pastor Rev Roy ,'that was made.! Hence man Daniels Revival Team ComingTo Wednesday, Dee. 1, Morning
Miss Diane EnnIs and Miss
Forward the 11:00: a.m. worship and the spiritual universe coex Prayer will be said followed by
Karen Schwartz will care for hour. 1st with God" (Science and Communion. '

children under three years of RMilJohn1S I through 2.5: The Christian Cadets and the: health with Key to the Scriptures Central Baplisl Church Holy

age In the nursery during the He is able to save themto Senior A.Y.F. also the adult I by Mary Baker Eddy, p. Thursday Dec. 10, Holy Com
second worship hour the uttermost that come unto Bible study course will meetat ,267), One of the greatest revival efforts happiness. munion will be celebrated at
Sunday School, Junior and God by him, seeing he ever 6:30 p.m I First Church of Christ Scientist I ever undertaken by tht I 8:30 a.m., at 7 p.m. Choir Rehearsal .
. Adult Bible Classes, and the llveth to make Intercession for "The Salted Babe" will be I Titusville holds Sunday be- One of the features of this !; at 7.30: p.m. the Adult
Pastor's Class meet at 9.13: o' them. (Hebrews 7:25): ) the sermon topic during the I services at 11 am. and Wednesday Central Baptist Church will revival that appeals to children Confirmation Class

clock. Ray Nething will leach i Many adults who do not know evening song and worship ser testimony meetings' at 8 gin run Sunday through night 13, when Dec.Dr I E.and J. and young people Is the free Friday, Dec 11, Is aa Ember

the Adult Bible Class which Christ as Savior put forth the vice.The Joe Summers 'pm. at 109 Baldwin Shopping Daniels will begin services at 7 plane ride that Is given to all Day
this week will begin a series of Center. Sunday School for children
same question child 'Cherub choir' will meet
my once 'I accompanied by John Roe youngsters who attend each
lessons concerning "Christian asked me: "If God really loves Monday at the Braden home at Summers Is up to the age of 20 convenes at the and Lowell Lelst- Church Of God .
Joe organ night of the services Mr. Dan
Discipleship. at 11 a m. in the Chamber .
me and cares for me. watches 3:30: p.m. for practice. The I ner, one of the nations top singers
At 3:00: p.m. Sunday, the Senior me and bears me, why do I Junior choir and Senior choirs of Commerce building. All' I leis has been a pilot since 1945 Services at the Church of
Walther League will meet need Jesus?" I will meet Wedneday 6.45: and Elected To High are welcome. and files his own plane in these God will begin with Susda ?

In the Fellowship Han of the Perhaps this anecdote will 8:35: pm. Wednesday Prayer The Daniels Revival team ha revival engagements lie has school at 10 o'clock, followed by
church. This group Includes supply a partial answer. A servant meeting and Bible study at 7:30: Slate OfficeJoe I Way Of Life BaptistWay conducted city wide revivalsIn given thousands of youngsters worship at 11. Evangebstie
in 11th and 12th many nations and across the
youth grades who was entrusted with pm. the thrill of a, "first plane service is at 7 p.m.
and those of college age either his master's goods plundered The Alliance men meet Of Life Missionary Bap United States. Mr. Daniels Is the ride".
working or attending school his valuables sold them, and Thursday 7:30: at the church Summers of TituavUte list Church, Singleton Avenueat editor of a religious magazine Youth service Is Tuesday and
Meetings and classes scheduled had a good time on the proceeds annex. I was elected vice-president of Dairy Road, Owen Human and the author of 22 books. A nursery wW be provided for Prayer meeting is Thursday at

for the coming week are announced When his master found out, the ,the Florida State Youth Fellow pastor announces services as Billy Graham in his comment these services for babies and 7:30: p.m.The .
as follows: Lutheran servant feared for his life. !He :ship of the Church of God at follows:
NazareneFirst held about this team says "I have. small children. It will be under church Is located on Hopkins .
Women's Missionary League thought If only he were In a the annual convention Sunday: Sunday School, 10
known E. J. Daniels for many the supervision! of capable women Avenue. The pastor Joseph
Board meeting Tuesday evenIng position to make restitution, he Church of the Nazarene : Thanksgiving Day and FridayIn a.m.; Morning worship llj; years and have a profound admiration of the church and Miners will N. Daniel extends an Invitation
7:30: o'clock; the Pastor's would return plead with his 1027 Park Ave. announces Sunday Tampa. Evening worship, 7.30: p.m. and respect for his i direct parents to the nursery to the public to attend.
Class also Tuesday evening at master, and beg forgiveness. Wednesday 7:30: p.m., Prayer
services as follows: Seven young people Including work. He unquestionably has -------
7:30: o'clock. But be had nothing with whichto Sunday School will begin at Summers attended the convention meeting the gift of evangelism! and God
Wednesday morning at 9.30: repay the loss. 9.45: with classes for all ages representing TitusvUte Every 4th Saturday singing has used him mightily In crusades
.'clock, Pastor Claus will teach Then his master's son who Rubert Blankenihlp is the First Church of God. The two 7:30: pm. in many parts of the United 1027 Park Ave. TltusvllU

the Adult Bible Study Class. A was also the servant's friend Superintendent. day event was held at the States. 1 commend him as Sun School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Hour. 11 ....
nursery attendant will be on sought him out in his hiding In the 11:00: a.m. worship Floridan Hotel First Baptist, Mimi one of God's anointed heralds Youth Fellowship. 8 pm. Evangelistic Hour
band for the convenience of place. Offering to Intercede for hour Rev. Thomas Ream will I and feel confident that his one
mothers with small children. him, the master's son said he speak on The Glory of the Rev. Ronald Holder, pastor Service for First Baptist desire Is to bring glory to Christ 7 p.m. Wed. midweek service. 7 pan
Wednesday evening 7:30: o' would pay for the loss and entreat Christ It will be an open of the First Church of God Church of Mimi, Rev. Joseph and his Church. THOMAS REAM. MINISTER
clock the Senior Choir will re- his father to forgive the Communion Service.A here, laid there were 413 delegates -E. Boatwrlght: pastor are announced Scriptural-Christ-Centered-Everyone Welcome
The music for the crusade will
hearse under the direction of servant. Christian Service Training registered at the conven as follows: Infants & Toddlers Nursery
George Doebrkh. Because of the son's intercession class will be in session from tion. Speaker was Rev. James Worship services are held at be under the direction of Lowell .

Children's Confirmation Class the loving father forgavethe 4:00: to 9:00 p.m. and from 6:00 Burchett, pastor of the First 11 am. each Sunday and Sunday Leistner, soloist and John -- -

will meet at 3:1: o'clock Thursday servant, restoring him to his to 7:00: p.m. In the Young Adult Church of God m Huntington, School at 10. The Junior Bog, organUt During the era-
afternoon; Sunday SchoolTeachers position of trust. Fellowship. The Junior and W. Va. Song leader was Rev. and Youth choirs rehearse at sade brother Letstner will directa First Methodist Church Titujvllle

substitutes and officers Teen Fellowships will also meet Charles Wood, minister of 5 p.rn.
Prayer: Our Lord and Master, choir composed of local talent. ANNOUNCES
will hold their December all have sinned against Thee, from 1:00: to 7:00: p.m. Youth and Christian Educationat Monday, 10 a.m., Beginner
God Beginning
the First Church of choir rehearsal I:45 Prl p.rn.
meeting Thursday evening at betrayed Thy trust, robbed and In the 7:00: p.m. Evangelistichour ; p.m.,
:7.30: o'clock in the Fellowship cheated Thee of service loyal. Rev. Ream will preach. Mlddletown, Ohio. mary choir rehearsal be a special message to teenagers EVERY SUNDAY

Hall ty, and devotion. Forgive us and Wednesday at 7:00: pm. will Rev. Holder Is one of the Wednesday Ipm., supper; on such subjects as love AT -
Cherub choir rehearsal will I accept us; through Christ Jesus be the December Missionary directors of the state youth 1:30: Sunbeams GA's RA's: courtship and marriage prob 8:30: ( 9i4J UiOO I
be 10 a.m., Saturday with Miss Thy Son and our Savior. meeting with Patty Hallum pre fellowship.The 8:30: Church Choir rehearsal. lems. These problems will be
D. Rodriguez directing. I'Amen siding and Miriam McNabb young people of Titusville Thursday Visitation 9.30: a.m. the general bases of the discussions AND TWO SUNDAY SCHOOLSAT

I Thought for the day: If we giving the Mission lesson. First Church of God recently and 7 pm. each night. Dr. Daniels -
Trinity LutheranSunday want to be restored to God's favor Nurseries are open for all of held a car wash at Breedlove's has written them books on marriage 9:30: and BItS
need His Son to pave the regular services of the Read Star-Advocate problems and has helped
we Texaco Station to help finance
i Evening Worship Continues at 1)30 p.m.
morning worship service the way. I Church. I I Classified Ads thousands of young people and
I their trip to Tampa.
at Trinity Lutheran Church Max Zalcman (Ohio) I married couples to find great ,
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begins at 1015.: The Sacramentof Those attending were .Sum- -
Holy Communion will be of. V* < First Church I men Debbie Higgle, Gayle

fered this Sunday the second Jehovah'sWitnesses Of God I Kilgore, Jerry Powell Jack
Sunday In Advent. A nursery is Powell LaMonte Cooper, Dan
provided for small children during Services at the First Church Hamer and Rev. and Mrs. Hold- I
the service. The program to be held at of God will begin with Sunday er hI
Sunday School Is held at I ,the Kingdom Hall 1422 Nor school classes at 10:00: Sunday
with classes for all ages of children I wood Ave., !Is announced by morning There will be classesfor
and a class for adults. Chil L. D Shawver, local presiding all ages.Morning Drive-in ChurchRev.
dren under three are able to remain minister as follows: worship service will
Leslie Sparks ,
in a nursery during this I follow at 10:45 with the pastor, i"t
Saturday evening at 8:00: will continue the pre-Christmas
Rev. Ronald Holder, bringing
.m. the Circuit Servant D. F. theme of "Keep Your Life Shining
Following the worship service p the morning message.Youth .
Bowman, will conduct an educational with a Sermon, "Walk In .
everyone is invited to remain a Fellowship will meetat t'7. .
feature for an hour, the Light"Familiar ,
few minutes for coffee.At 6.00 p.m. on Sunday eveningIn
3:30: Sunday afternoon the on "New Things Learned"Sunday the horn eof the pastor, 3374 Christmas carols +,r .
Luther will hold work at 3:00 p.m. the Pub Midweek service .
League a Elder St. prayer will be heard over the PA ITS-
meeting at the church. The men lic Bible lecture will be held by will be held on Wednesday tern before and after the ser This .1 '
Family Shops :
of the Church Council will hold D. F Bowman whose subject evening at 7:30: in the home of There will be plenty of free .
their December meeting Sunday will be, "Do All Religions" Lead Mr and Mrs. E. W. Hickson, parking and free coffee and }
evening at 730.: To Eternal Life? Followingthe 2925 Karanda. donuts are served at the ,
The First Year Confirmation lecture at 4:15: p.m. the Services of the First Church Friendship Table after the ser TheCharge I I
Class will meet Tuesday from weekly Bible Study will be con of God are presently being conducted vice.
I to 7. The Primary Choir win ducted discussing, part III of, in the old IRC post office
rehearse Tuesday at 6:30, followed "Jerusalem A BurdensomeStone building, at the corner of "
by the Junior Choir at To All The Peoples." Following Hopkins and Coquina Avenues. 1st AssemblyOf Plan

7. The Adult Choir will reheard this study, the Circuit This congregation Is associated
at 7:30. Servant will give his closing re God
: with the Church of God gen
The Second Year Confirmation marks. eral offices of which are in Anderson rw -
Class will meet Wednesday from Tuesday at 8:00: p,m. the Ind. First Assembly of God, 1212 Way '
6 to 7. Meditation Time will be weekly Bible Study will be held West Main St, W. J. Cox pastor .
from 7 on, "Babylon The Great Has Seventh l.l4
evening 10
Wednesday Day announces services u follows ,
7:30.: This Is a quiet time when Fallen God's Kingdom : I a
At M
AdventistsThe They Buy ny
the church is open for meditation Rules!I"
Sunday: Sunday School, I::45
and prayer. All further meetings will be Seventh Day Adventist Different Store Wink Their
worship, 11.45:
; Morning ;
cancelled for the rest of next Church, located north if the
Saturday morning .
Evening worship, ::30 m.
due to the Semi-Annual on the east side of ,
I, the inside and outside dec. week overpass BIN/B. :
orations will be put up. Those Circuit Assembly to be held InKledmmee US. 1, Joel Tompkins pastor, Christ's\ Ambassador meetat ? _
who are to work on these dec Dec. 11 thru 13. holds services as follows: 7.30 p.m. Tuesday and Bible
orations should be at the churchat i Preaching service, I am.; study Is conducted by the past CHARGE CARD 4e -
that time. The Luther Lighthouse Sabbath School 10.30: a.m. or on Thursday nights at 7.30.: t
,'..,...,,,. tMtl! Mrchnt* New 4
Leaguers are all asked to help ONf YM The CnvfiltfMe OfCtorflnfl

with the decorations at this I TabernacleThe I WELCOME: TO THE: es. Yew CMitm fr
time I services schedule for the \ The Cher.* Plan W.yl.

Unitarian Church i Lighthouse Tabernacle is as First Baptist
follows: I

Sunday service and Church Sunday: Sunday School, 10

School are held at the Unitarian am.; Morning worship, 11. Church
Fellowship of Cocoa 12(1 Range. Evangelistic service 7:30 p.m.
Road, Cocoa, at 10:30: a.m. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Pray rlmtl
A nursery is provided. er meeting. I Of Mlms $rue evra e. re

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River City S Guth Titusville NewsGirl ; Scottsmoor NewsBy BIRTHDAY HAPPY

T Saturday, December S
Scout InvMtltur ( Mrs. Edward Rat) Civic Center Mrs. Sue Young Equipment Co. K. B. Mouchett
Troop Ml Girl Scouts of 2t7-23 will talk on the displays of Mr. and Mrs. H, C Morgan W. M. Taylor
America held an Investiture The Keen Teens held a meeting Christmas decorations for the Jr., and children, Margo. bar- M. B Smith
Ceremony last Wednesday afternoon last Tuesday night at the home and churches. The public ie, Mike and Mark are new Mrs. Tammy Mack
r at 4 p.m. at River home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred is welcome. Hostess will be residents now residing on Mrs. T. R. Belt
'. Lanes Bowling Alley Community Carver. David Allen, Brenda Scottsmoor, Indian River City Penn. Ave. Morgan a nativeof Edward Lee Smith
. Room. Sanders and Edward Bost were and the Young Homemakers TKusvUle, is district supervisor ". Florence Prothman
. Leader Noreen Jones, co- j i I elected to serve on nominating Clubs. Persons Interested in at- for Florida State Board Mrs. E. E. SegoJ.
: leader Robbie Clabaugh and assistant 'committee to select candidates tending contact Mrs. Futch of Conservation. I F. Johns
': leader K1K1 McLendon for the new officers for '65. The (AM7-0648)) for transportation. i Mrs. Dolan Cantrell ST.
: presented the Brownie Pin toe bylaws were read and revised. Mimi Volunteer' Fire Dept. Mrs. David Smith

each of the 27 girls after they Plans for a Christmas party Scottsmoor Homemakers club answered a call last Monday Cecil Cameron

:i said their promise. f will be made at the next meet will hold a annual Christmas morning at the home of Mr. Dan Schindler

,: Stephanie Harris and Freda ,, ing. party Dec. 10 at 1:30: at the and Mrs. Tommy Stowe when a Robert Dale McConneU
. Irvin received their one-year Hosetsses, Georgian Futch home of Mrs. Edward Rost, fire broke out in their utility Myrl McGee
,: membership Gold Star pins. and Janle Parmer, served refreshments corner of Magoon and Travis. room endangering the home. I Sunday, December

i Judy Jones, Junior GirlS to Bruce De Bord, Scottsmoor Crew answered a Mrs. Beth Scobie
Scout of Troop 448, guided thee I I Judy Alsobrook, Glen Davenport Community Organization will call last Sunday afternoon when: Mrs. Dolan E. Cantrell, Jr.
Brownies In the presentation of | Joe Harder, Brenda Sanders hold Its regular monthly meetIng a fire broke out in back of the Nicholas KarantinosMrs.
Girl Scout The song, David Allen Edward Rost Dec. 10 at I
: songs. Monday night, homes on Travis St. It turnedout E. A. Smith
': "Make New Friends" was dedicated Geneva Allen, Ronny Sanders, 7:30 pm. at Jones Community to be a brush fire. Judy Allen Llndsey
: to Mrs. Shirley Moir. Gary Hawks, Tommy Patterson Room. Refreshments will be
Our Thanks to these boys, Mrs. A. D. Moody Jr.
'e Refreshments were guests Rickey Whyatt, served.
;: by PaW Webb and each girl David Mesick, Junior Smith, taking time out from there busy Mrs. Grace McPhersonMrs.
% calls and Paul Sparks
was hostess to parents and .e J'i4'f and James Gillenwater, and New Residences day to answer our
,,5 Duncan McCormick
give aid to our safety.Mr. Joseph
: guests. r r Chaperones Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wrightand Mamie Lou
:S Guests and parents attending Carver and Mrs. Ruby Gower. family are now residing in
t and Mrs. Ronald Keith, Monday, December 7
1 were: Marlene Touchton, BUlie the former home of Milton
'e Shartzer, Jacqueline Norment, ,. at +IS 'q A Christmas program will be Horne, on Stanford St. Jack and children, Gary, Lisa, and Mabel Hallum Trimble
: Jean Greene, John G. Bevel, ; given Tuesday, Dec. 8, 1:30 to moved here from Aurantia Rd. Roger, of New Jersey, spent Chad Roland Smith

C Mary Huffman, Jackie Calvin, ._....,-"." "' 4. _> "" ,__,_", 4<>, '> ..d. 3 p.m. at the Indian River City and Is a partner In B. and J. the Thanksgiving Holiday with Charles Robert Smith
: Sharon Holmes, Jane Best, her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stewart Brocket
Elizabeth Holmes, BROWNIE INVESTITURE-Twenty- Ity Room. Standing behind the girlsare Allen. Hazel Lee Harris

Robert Booth, Randy and seven girls received their Brownie their leaders, left to right: Mrs. Florida's Judicial Syslem Mary H. Simon
Pam Joan Parker and Rusty, Pins at an impressive Investiture Cere- KiKi McLendon, Mrs. Robbie Cla Earl Dickinson of Bayou La May Davis Cayne
Barbara Cromwell, Dick Cromwell mony held Wednesday afternoon at baugh and Mrs. Noreen Jones. Batre, Ala., was a visitor recently -

: Tina Miklos, S. A. Mlklos, River Lanes Bowling Alley Commun- To Be Aired M ConferenceSome at the home of his sister- Let Us
and .
Charlotte Fortier, Kathryn Givens -. in-law, Mrs. Ruby Gower,

: Gretchen Marr, here after an extended stay In I
I Louise King, Kim King and Mount Vernon, Ohio, where Mr. of the nation's leading programs for judicial reform sons.Mr. Beautify Your
her grandmother, Jan King, Koletka underwent a serious jurists and lawyers are feat and Improvement of the administration and Mrs. Grady Sanders
I Dorothy Jeffrey, Phil is Link, major operation. Accompanying tured speakers at a Citizens' of justice. announce the marriage of their Home and

Darla Davis and Linda Henson. them on their return from Conference on Florida's Judicial Winters will be followed by EliminatePaint
Mount Vernon, is her sister, System being held in Jacksonville 111,
Robert E. Allard, Chicago,
e: Honor For Ken Frey Mrs. Rose A. RUey, who will December 35. and holy matrimony Nov. 27 at
810 Vanguard speaking on the discipline Trenton, Ga., Virgil Jenkins of Costs
Ken Frey, spend the winter with the Kole- Is
Lane attended the Florida tkas. The three-day conference, removal of Judges. Allard Dade County officiating. Both
Pigeon Association an sponsored by The Florida Bar, director of special projects for are residents of Scottsmor, WithAluminum
Homing Effective -
nual meeting and show at Hla Visitors at the home of Mr. will bring together community the Joint Administration Committee for of the Just- the will make their home here.

lean, last week and won thee and Mrs. Jack Cochran, 210 A. leaders from throughout FlorIda -, Siding
: ice also of the con
highest award given in com Beverly Street, for the Thanks- to study the state's Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rost,
petltive pigeon racing, recelv giving holidays were: Mrs j Iud 1 c: II. 1- machinery and ference. and Edward Jr., and Alice Call Today
Ing the Hall of Fame Award fore Clyde Archer of Johnson City, throughout i Florida-t--itudy the Third speaker for the general Golder spent Sunday in Cocoa 2673455Settles
: Young Bird performance during Tenn. (mother of Mrs. Coch I state's judicial machinery and assembly session will be the and Merritt Island. Roofing
s 1994.I ran), Miss Dorothy Archer of offer solutions to present inadequacies dean of the National College of
These awards are given to Cocoa Beach Miss Mildred I in the methods of: Trial Judges, Ernest C. Frie- The weekend guest of Mrs. Warehouse1004 Pine

J two classes: Old birds that Archer and Mr and Mrs. Glen selection and removal of judges sen, Boulder, Colo. His topic Robert Wright and Mrs. Ora ROOFING Specializing SIDING In
:J have raced previously, while Archer and family, all of Titus in Florida. will be court organization and Phillips was Mrs. Phillips and SPOUTING-
birds are those that compete ville. administration.Elmo daughter from Millegville, Ga.
,5: Selection of judges is the
for the first B. Hunter of the
J in any race topic of remarks by Glenn R. judge
time. The award given to Mrs. Eva Fine of Johnson Kansas City Court of Appeals, DAVIS NURSERY
: Winters, Chicago, Illinois, at a
best bird BUSY LADY AND HER FAMILY Mrs. Gloria Kansas Mo. will addressa
to the young City, ,
Frey was Tenn. mother of Edward
City, general assembly of conference Wholesale to The Public
J based on Flying Ability. Fine teacher at Coquina Elementary Jones, shown with her husband, Ralph, and sons, delegates Friday morning Win- luncheon meeting of conferees Complete landscaping A Tree Surgery
I Ken Is a member of the Gat-- in Russ (left) and Greg, Is the hard-working chairmanof on "25 Years Under the Merit -
School is
a patient ten is of the
executive director
or Club of Cocoa, and other Memorial of Johnson the IRC Woman's Club's Education Departmentwho Selection Plan" now in effect t) Coco Plumosa Palm-5 to 15 ft. $1.58
the Hospital American Judicature
County Cltrut 4 ft. 2.75 Mums 3 In JO
" e persons from Brevard City. Mr. and Mrs. Fine was instrumental in arranging the Smokey Bear co-sponsors of the conference, In Missouri.A 0) pot
who received recognition at spent last week and part of this Reading Program last summer She also helped set and for nearly a quarter of a former justice of the Sup- Imported Bulbs: Hyaconth, Tulip, Daffodil and Llllo*-

: this annual meeting were John- week with her. They returned up the recent Spaghetti Supper which netted $250 century has participated with reme Court of Texas, W. St. Guaranttod To Growl

a ny Johnson of Merritt Island, home this week. for the purchase of books for the Coquina School various legal and lay groups John Garwood, Austin, Texas, Pointtttlat . . . . . . .......... $1.50 up
!. Jerry Piles, president of theo Library Recently she supervised the setting up of throughout the United States in will discuss the citizen's responsibility Bedding Plant . . . . ...... .. del. 4Sc
Gator Club, who was appointed Glen Archer, Scoutmater of the playground equipment on the park donated by for judicial reform Many Other Varieties of Plant

!I chairman for the be 1965 held Homing In Cent Troop 310, Boy Scouts of America the City of Titusville and played a major role in Elks Memorial Friday evening 3 MILES NORTH OAK HILL WEST SIDE OP HIGHWAY
Pigeon Show to Ger made a quick trip to Tenn. readying the grounds for the project.were Day Others participating inhe PHONE OAK HILL 3454312
tral Brevard County area who; was last week to bring his mother Service Is SundayExalted conference as panelists for the Open SundayI
of Sharpes,
aid Gay of down to Titusville where she assigned to the patrols for Open louse discussion teams studying Improvements -
I elected secretary-treasurer will spend the winter. preparation, to be presentedlater Ruler Walter S in the judicial -
J the Florida State Homing pigeon Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Jack Macko has announced that the system
in the
meeting: are Francis M. Bird, Atlanta -
Association. son, of U. S. No. 1, are having 1964 "Elks Memorial Day" serf-
Ga., past president of the
Visit County Home Artificial respiration Wolverine Ice of Titusville BPOE No. 2113
an 'Open House' next Sunday, State Bar of Georgia; Robert J.
personal The Young Homemakers Club Patrol; Realistic First Aid, Dec. 8, from 1:00: till 5:00: p.m. will be broadcast by Radio Station Martineau, Baltimore, Md.,
Recent dinner guests of Mr. of Indian River City visited the showing how to clean, dress This couple has been here WRMF on Dec. 0, at 1:30: members of the MarylandState
and Mrs. Paul Rutz, corner County Home for the Aged last
'i J Delano and Carlysle, were Mr. Friday and presented some of and bind a wound, Titan Pat. made many years friends.Mr. and they have I p.m.This Bar Association committee
and Mrs. Frank Coiro and four the senior citizens there with a rol; How to treat for shock and many service, evolved from an on judicial selection; Allen
Jackson his
.e. children from Cocoa. The two lap robe. All In all, 10 robes to splint a fracture, Apache delights in early custom among Elks, at Leventhal, Chicago, Ill, assistant
plants, shrubs, trees and now-
outdoor donated Club. How control bleed- which the subordinate lodges director of the American
families enjoyed an were by the Patrol; to
en that he raises In and out of
of tourniquet conducted a formal servicein Judicature Society; and GeorgeR.
i Ing, Including use a
: Candlomaklng Workshop Bobcat Patrol; How to his greenhouse, while Mrs. tribute to a brother who had Lilly, judge of the Superior

I Guests at the home of Mr. The Young Homemakers Club treat for snake-bite, Gator Pat munity Jackson of has North served Brevard the com In died. With the growth of the Court, Quitman, Ga.
Robinson 280 held rol. order, this custom became
and Mrs. Will a candle-making workshop] civic endeavors. She is
Elliott Ave., over the Thanksgiving at the home of Robby Clabaughlast many ; more and more general, and the
: Mr. ands Each Each patrol spent several a past-president of the Titus appealing sentiment of which it
week-end were Wednesday girl
I minutes their material ville Woman's Club and she is : FORCHRISTMAS .
Mrs. William Kelso, originally brought her own supplies and preparing was born was crystallized in a .
currently president of the In 1
and then It to the
presented Grand Statute.
Pa. The Kel- Lodge
and varied
J from Pittsburgh, many interesting
Wan River City Garden Club.
troop. Several questions were I
Z returning
sons are planning on candles were made. asked by troop members and Under the provisions of t h I 11
J and making their permanent Members are reminded of the I
Statute the first in December
Interest The discus- Sunday
ran high.
home at Lauderdale-bythe SeaS next workshop to be held on CG Auxiliary
of each Is designated
: sion will be later year DRIVEINWill
continued at -
S In South Florida. I Dec. 10 at 8:00: p,m. at the date. a Training Classes as "Elks Memorial Ship The Folks A
e home of Mrs. Rita Collura, 835! Day" and each subordinate Basket Of Freshly
J Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edgewood Avenue. This will The forthcoming Christmas Begin Dec. 2 lodge In the Order commemorates Picked Fruit Give -
: \\hltaker.of 205 Indian River II be the IBM. Christmas Decoration party was discussed It was decided departed brothers on that
The Coast Guard From
{ celebrated their 43rd Workshop. to change the date of the
Wedding the i began first of three training day. TOP VALUE STAMPS
Anniversary on
party from Dec. 22 to Dec. IS :
14th of November. Their son, T.E.L. Class due to a conflict of use on the classes: Wednesday, Dec 2, 1heOd1V1lZa HIRAM'SFRUIT
Jack, and his wife, Ann, Invited The TEL Class of Central 22nd.A 1964, at headquarters building STARTING MONDAY DEC. 7
located at the Coast Guard Sta STAND ,
{ the Whitakers to their home, Baptist Church held a class
t off State Road No. 50 and gave meeting recently at the home of Court of Honor will be held ion, Port Canaveral. The second I. 7 ML N. Tltu.Tlllo
a--t turkey dinner, with all -the Mrs. Norma Jones, 315 Key Dec. 8. All boys receiving and third classes will be u
f trimmings, honoring his father Madeira Drive, in the Imperial awards should be present along Dec. 9 and 16. .l' ) U.S. I OPENING SOON .

{ and mother. Also present at Estate area. with their parents. Rank Subjects covered are Seaman Open Daily I A.M..7 P.M. TliuiTlllo's Own Top Value Stamp RedemptionStore

: this family function were Susan Eleven members were present awards will not be made unlessat ship, Rules of the Road, and Ph. 2t7-47 I at Indian River City Shopping Conior.
Sand Don Heacock, niece and Games were enjoyed and least one parent Is present. Safe Boating. Additional Information 1M
nephew of Mrs. Whitaker andS refreshments were served by Awards for Star, Life and "
can be had by calling R The moat prolific thing
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Ann Whltaker's aunt, Mrs. Mrs. Goldie Allen. Eagle Ranks will be made at a J. Dwyer, SU3-308J. raised on city land U tales."
!Mamie Carver. I The Class Christmas party District Court of Honor on The classes are open to the
I On Thanksgiving day, the, will be held at the home of December 11th at the First public..
Whltakers reversed the sltuaf Mrs. Mabel Barker, 229 Court Presbyterian Church in Cocoa. .
lion by Inviting their son Jack St., on Dec. 22. .
.'and his wife, Ann; the Hcacocks

:and Aunt Mamie to their home Boy Scout News FREE Phone Us For ExtraHGLIDA EIRLt..SHOP EASY
:Sat 205 Indian River Avenue, for The regular weekly meetingof sHO

:Thanksgiving dinner and all the Boy Scout Troop No. 310 was _
i trimmings. held at the Civic Center last PAN AND Y
: Tuesday evening. The opening
i Mr and Mrs. Frank M.Koletka. ceremony was in charge of the ROLLER
: of 302 Pine Lane, recently Wolverine Patrol. CASHONE

,a '. returned to their homes The following demonstrations- SET SHOP CLASSIFIED !



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. 214 Hllld.l. Rd, Tltuivllla, Pla. St.p! ln, Cantor I !
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Friday, December 1, 1TM Trrusviii, | ptn.a>, srar-Avecar. Pll* H /
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I DeMobv Barbecue Well Attended 1

p mieew.r.--- BEC Receives
lla4lw The Greater THwvHte AreaChapter predation to UWM ,who 'lJEoIprd ,

I Order of PeMotay, [I,make the recent bartweu* a fl flI
would like to express it's ape success. I

I Dow Contract !i I

Brevard Engineering Collegehas hoped this would be the beginning and from pressures at tea level CITY
I received its first industry of a long and mutually I to those encountered at altitudes
sponsored research contract profitable association betweenthe of so.ooo ft Dr. Woodbridge
..yl 1! from the Aerospace Services of "two organisations. The Dow stated that he hopes to modifythe
the Dow Chemical Company of Chemical Company Is well environmental test chamber NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

N Titusvtlle. known for promoting and sharing so that pressures can be reduc.
', The research' contract Is for of brainpower available In ed to those encountered at altitudes
the development of a mathe- colleges I and universities of 200.000 ft The City of Tltutvlll will hold a public hoerln*; *n

matical model to describe the throughout; the United States. Brevard Engineering Collegehas
I lower atmosphere transport phenomena Dr. Woodbridge stated that hi been engaged In a research Tuesday, December 22, 1M at 7:30 '.M. hi Hi. Council

I of gases resulting from hoped that other industries In training test since last Septem Rm to hear Interested portent In ward tel
hypergolic fuel releases. A the Cape Kennedy area would
knowledge of how biologically utilize the available brainpower Foundation
A request fr a variance In rear yard restrictions.
hazardous gases will be dis- at BEC.Capabilities. for a Co operative High

persed through the atmosphere at BEC are net School-College Science Programwith
is required If the more exotic entirely limited In brainpower. the Melbourne Hth This application hi keen mid by J.m Builders, IM.Pr .

fuels are to be used to Increasethe i The college recently received an School. Twenty-five top studentsat
property en Carpenter Read.
United States capability to enflronmental test chamber Melbourne High School are

; launch space systems. from the General Electric' Company receiving special training in research -
One of the potential fuels that This chamber provides techniques. These students Th legal description al which lit

could Increase the UnitedStates' BEC with the of testIng have of the '
capability use research
leI I, Stock I; Let 2, Black C| and Las I, Hack
capabilities to put large and developing instruments facilities at BEC and are counseled .
systems into orbit around the under environmental conditions by professors from the Cj Lakevlew Hills Subdivide.
earth and to send them to the 100 degrees F to ZOO degrees F College 1'
; r 6 Moon and Mars Is florlne and

I oxygen. These two chemicals Ignite STARADVOCATE'SCrossword City af Tlhuvllla
spontaneously when they
CHEST X-RAY UNIT HERE W. F. Giving the test is Bill Belisle, X-Ray contact each other. They are Mar**ret Cooper

Mann, right, is shown as he has his Technician for the Florida State Boardof thus hypergolic. Use of these
I chat: X-ra the unit was here Health. Several hundred persons fuels simplifies rocket operationand PuzzleACROSS City Clark

recently. Looking on is Don Mattison, received the free x-rays which are offered produces an increased
left, who also received the free x-ray. as a public service.-S-A Photo.I thrust of the rocket. However, DOWN 25Very .I'I Pi-May. December 4,14CITY
the florlne and some of Its chemical 1. Foreman SSmooUI, mr .' : I J.
combinations are toxic to 5. Box eclen.UflcaJljr wheedling "Ilbtl ,

Aims biological specimens. The potential f.A manor 1. talk Ovent poet 2. India Great y \
News I hazardous region must be court a. Wither quantIty ..
I w u e
carefully prescribed before use 10. Story 4. ....hlOl21.. Selse. .. II ..
of these fuels can be initiated. 11 Man'.name Quldacl .Ift a. J.
Mn. Gladys McLendonAM Memorial Hospital on Dec. 2, ] ing well. She was dismissed' this Dr. David D. Woodbridge, Director 11 Banleh ;: Peaee: L. wreaks .,', h a L
7-1241 she weighed in at 7 lb. and 6% Thursday. of Research for BEC, announced 14. Conjunction Arabi, .Slog. OF TITUSVILLE
1.Oermaa utter 10. Men.Hose
oz. :Mrs. Charles Thompson, a the of the contract .
a New Arrival I signing I. Lit anew teeleeeey't .....
Surprise Visit I patient at J.P.M. hospital was with the Dow Chemical 17. Mend ]i. Lln a1. Repose
I" and the Mrs.arrival Bill of Trudeau their sec.an Lloyd and Doris Lashley and dismissed Thursday morning. Company and stated that he lS.Way hotel.lde> 13. rlva Devon U. Land m..ure C1 Thlua'y20.Audtene. A tax roc NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

daughter. The baby girl has girls were pleasantly surprised In Lakeland Hospital Ittbrbid $5Jap.nene. seas
named Wendy Denise and Wednesday when Doris' brother I Daybreakers Club 31.Tellurium! le, Claw pegeda ... '
was born at Jess Parrish Lt Virgil Yarbrough Mr E W. Spires who enteredthe Seeks MembersThe Bym. 33. Upward St eat :;.: Th City af Tltwivllla will fold a public ...,'"' M

and two of his friends, rapt Lakeland hospital on Nov. 22. Bodies of Gunlnr of it AIIO.n4 meat Tuesday, December 22, W4 at 7130 P.M. In the Cornell

II\* THE: CIRCUIT COURT CIR or Gordon Broadhurst and rapt 29 is reported to be doing nice now forming new Canaveral 34 water Headland a plankln.hlp'. 41.On seen the 1tDaneelwl eymbala teem t* hear 'Intartittd ,.rI...* In regard tot
AI Fournier from Fort Rucker ly. Club of
CUT IN AND FOR BREVARD Daybreakers 37. Binding
COUNTY. FLORIDA Ala., flew down for a couple ofhours' Toastmasters International will 29. Greek letter 'I" .
IN CHANCERY NO WTBJMM Mrs. Robert Bcasley of Temple : ; ; A request| te mono tilt ..II.... described ptepeityfram
visit. had at
'UK Or rilKKCLOHtHItHI They supper\ hold its first meeting 33
IT with the Lashleys and returned Heights is a patient in the CHEF'S INN (formerly the '.. its present MB claitlflaitlan to a IR sleitWotlonto .

THE BANK a BROOKLYN New Tork SAVINGS Banking that evening to Fort Rucker. : P.M. Hospital Pantry Keys) Just north of the 34.tlon Get river II '. '. allow a left Drink and Candy Shop tor ......! .h".....

Corporation: Plaintiff I Visitor from VirginiaMrs. SAMOA, near the 520 and AlA 95.Territorial

Vi. Home from Hospitals I W. D. Mohler of Union, Junction of Cocoa Beach, next fort: abbot 0 I This application lies bean. mada by William Davis.
DAVID I. COOK M., his COOK wife and SANDRA Master Sammy Hendrix HI W. Va., is here to stay with the Saturday morning, at the refreshingly 37.OonateU.vtlon
Par at ISI ParraM ttraat.Th .
Defendant.Tot entered Seminole Memorial Hospital Richard Bares while Freldi Is early hour of 7:15: to r. ; : property

DAVID SANDRA M.J.COOK COOK.and last Tuesday for surgery. convalescing. She is Richard's lam. 3t.4O. Before A .r It ,'3 ,,, ..
Rldi>nc* unknown He was dismissed and arrived sister Members from the other five 43: Bauey 0 level l dotcrlptlen .f which III

TOU a ARE suit HEREBY to foreclose NOTIFIEDthat a Mort- back home Thursday, but he I clubs of Brevard County will 41. Eaeh: abbr.e .. .. I"" I" Lat 10, Black A, Bon Air lukdMsUit, Plat Book U.Pf .
I .age baa been flied aaalnel you In will be confined at home for Winter Visitor be there to assist In a demonstration 49.:Writer ..
i 42
Public Recede ef Iraxard Plc-rlda.
the above Court by th above J I'" County,
of fable ]
Darned Plaintiff Th. property some time H, Mr, T A. Flcshman, fatherof meeting. Ten potential *,
sought to be orecloaed le ai fol. Mrs. Richard Bare who has ;I Mrs. Richard Bare is bade new members have already 47.Particle .. .. or "' I'.
I I low Lot,: <. In Block 1. of GARDEN. been a patient at JPM. Hospital 1 i to spend the winter with bli expressed a desire to attend, 40 An aqualla A public haarln, will be hold b...... the planning and

thereof DALE recorded according In to Plat the Book plat is home and reported do- daughter and family. I and ten more will be requiredto animal I'" i : .. ., Zoning' Cammliilon an Wednesday, December U, IH4.

13 at Pare SO of the Publlo provide enough to form the i M Lath f ". ... ..
Records of JJrevard County llP'! eY new club. Membership is limited 01.: Lon*>

YOUdARIS REQUIRED te file to only 40 members.It oared ... City af Tltuivlll
Answer with th. Clerk of the rodent -j j2.
your F-
Is Intended to Marfarot Cpr
Court and to serve a copy upon officially / Addition
the Plaintiff Attorney IRVING Y Charter the Canaveral Day to 51 I' City Clerk
P. O Bon 88. Co.
'eon, Florida; not later then Dm vl' breakers Toastmaster Club at building .. Friday, December 4, 144
ember 21. 1M.. If you fall to will do I the Winter District (State of
a decree pro confeaio
fc e entered d'lrolt you for the Florida) Executive Meeting, to --- -
frllef n my: hand h.and ComplaintWITNFSH the eel. 'Lto i be held at Titusvllla the weekend

t ef said Court at Breyard County. of Jan. 23, 1983. I
G tall 19th day R.of Rarnea November W4.Curtla .5e The sponsoring club, Cocoa CITY OF TITUSVILLE CITY OF TITUSVILLE

Clerk. of Circuit Court Beach Toutmasters, is convinced I
... '
By: : V B.
Deputy Clerk this new club will supply
COURT SEAL a long-felt need for bus!.
Nov' 20. :27! Doc. 4. tt IFrU 194C._ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe
ness men, professionals, merchants
robeet! No. Ut-tt-t
and those already engaged
$C:<'Tll> KRTIMKMrHT HI* Bll>* In civic work who cannot
t An\ Propoaala will be ree'd attend The City of Tltvsvlll will "hold a public| .Keerlrtf a*. City of Tltvivlll will' "hold a public .hearln" enTwoiday
City of TttuevilleTltu.vllle normally evening
by.. the Florida ..t the,, off I meetings. Ten men are there- Tuesday Oecemoer 22, lf4 ot 7iN ".M. In its Ceumll December 22, 1W4 at 7130 P.M. In the Council

A of M th.Emnlern tllv Manager Standard unlit Tim 11... e9d fore needed to make the twenty Room to .hoar Interested portent In retard tl Ream to hoar Interfiled portent In retard tot
? "I
DECEMBER a. all! bid.at necessary tor charter, and only
time and place A recjveat to non the fellewlnfl eVeeerlbed pi*partyfrem
twenty to fill
will be publicly opened and more the memo A roqwott for a ..,I.nc. In rr yard rettrlctton.
aloud for the furnl.hln of bership. III present GU ilaiilflcatlon to an (MB olanlflcarlento
labor materials for eon.Uuciln equipment end and d Further details may be obtained allow reildentlal development.
placing pparatue In operation: System. the for Well the I by -phoning Don McMorrts This appll *tln. has keen' "mad ky Nft* wod Builders

City Field 1 of Collection TUuavllle. Florida On. U2-J3J4. ''nc. Thli application hn keen mad ky lea CHit CM..
be awarded for all
contract I
work itrvctleit Company,
Bach bid must be accompaniedbv nn._ Cor prapafty an Rayal Oak Drive.Th .
a certified check caanler'acheck Per property North .. State Road )9.
leu thankflve bond per In cent amount CI"( ) not THE OUTRAGE Paul Newman, as a ruthless fliM1LEi

the bOlo Bidder bid If, aa awarded.u ranle the* Contract that Mexican bandit, Is fascinated by an emotional Claire lei dt rlptln, of which 11 The .fetal description *f which In

the will within len (10) eone rvtlvt r- Bloom in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's "The Outrage", Lat II, Black I, Real Oak Geed i Cwi.ry Club, The SWtt of In* NIU of Section 21, TwnM. 21,

calendar be given days of after euih wrtltennotlce .ward. on stage at Florida Theatre Sunday through( Wednesday Section I. Rant If, (Indian River Helghti" Part of Unit II,

enter the City Into of a written Tltu.vlll contrail. Tll i vlll.with. Dec. 69. Story of four versions of a crime Piece.I All of Unit 11, It, 20 and 21))JA
Florida. In accordance with the I each the "truth" in the eyes of the teller the
accepted AI' work Propoial hall be don. In aeeordtnr powerful and controversial drama also stars Lau. City of Tiwvlll.Mergero ,,.. public hearing will N Held Mere the planning and

with the Specification. rence Harvey, Edward G. Robinson and William Cer Znlnf Cemmli l rt. en Wedneidey. December U, 144.
end Plena, which may b* esam-
rn.d at the office of the City Shatner.
M.o...... Tltuavlll. Florida, or at City
th. office pl.'" Engineer' Black.
('row and fcldeneaa. lee 7m S. C:. I I City of Tltvevlll
Third turret Oalnewlll. Florida.A Titusrille Barracks Install New Officers C .
eel of such document may be Prldey, December 4, Marfrt pr
oblaln.d from the Bnelniwr: at* Walter Watson succeeds Louis) ed Wednesday (Dec. 2)) by District City Clerk
the Twi-nt-Flve! above eddr.Dollars: ueo'.lfffl11( !) for Pepper u commander of fieTltusvUle 7 Commander Ray Gambleof N I'I. Friday, December 4, ICU

each >et Tale eo.deposit.. end repreMntereproduellon le .0. Barracks No. 11 M, Orlando and Frank Lash ol .
ref *, Veterans of world war I of the winter Gardens deputy chief of _

( bid No for Bidder a period may ef withdraw thirty (hU M) USA. Pepper, who served as state. The ceremonies followed
day aftr th* date et for the I commander three years, Is the a short business meeting at the
eoenlneof Pnipoe.1 shall bid. be .ubmltud In new Judge advocate.: Titusville American Legion CITY OF TITUSVILLE
triplicate en tee Pr*_1 term Frank Hearne will serve u Club. 10 PIECE SOFA BED
furnished *e a part of the R pee- I I Group Valot I1I9JS
lflc.tlt.nn.. extra espies ef whtohare ] senior vice a commander; W.H.
avalUble. el tie office of theEnrlneer : Bernard junior vice-command\ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Ii.. City ef Tlteevlll Florida.renrvm er; Thomas Watson continues If you have rental NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe
s the sight t. reject any
as Fred Helle-
end all hid te waive -
OF te rv-adverU TITDIV1U.I**. meyer is again Chaplain, and housing, list it !in Th City THvtvlll" will hold e public hesrieg. see
Orris Wide and Nicholas Gentile

(Tltunllle.l.v.laad B norle.Tahnadce trustees. The Star-Advocate! Twed y, DetomWr n 1 1964 .. 7iM '.M. In lt.. CltMlIl City t4 Tltwavlll will Sold pvkfl h..,.... *n

City ManaeerP.r The mew officers were Install Tweedey, December 22, Itt4 *t 7iM P.M. In the Council
C Frl( ) I. .. Moot* f* .hear Warmed pares In rof.rd toi
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t--------j $ $ S 1 S $ S $ $ 1 I $ Room to hear .Interested person In' regard tot

I A request for **r1* M. In reef yard sotketks f* .1-

Lt- THIS IS THE SEASON. 10 PC. BEDROOM ... Ko reeUeme t. b* I twill HMn 14 feet .f Nn reef ,.r4. A request fr a variant. 'In rear yard restrictions,
Croup Vain 1411J

TAXES This **fll atln hat. keen md. ky 6 .1, $ Mewfe/. This appllcetkn .Hat keen mad ky M.,... Iwlldrl -

? LICENSES "Iw I .In*.

Fee property on Zaharlas. Place.Tli .
1w Pef property en Reyes 0... Orlv' *.

I AND THAiS A GOOD REASON t' .. leeel. dsarlpNsea' ( of wMcli lit

**" TOSSf U 14, Block 7, .*yl Oeb Coif ft Ceweny Club, The .legel description" of It which InLet

JACK MURPHY .. 11 21 PC. Dmnn Section I. II, Block I, Royal, Oak Calf A Country Club, ,

36 Years Solving Budget Problems Ii I Croup V.lu IUS I I. -nfSection

ee LOANS TO $600 City" ef Tlrvaf III' *

City of Tltuivlll"
..SIs. ( M.r0.re4 Cooper
MATHER Margaret Cooper
ATLANTIC LOAN (0. Crty Clerk City Clerk

OF TITUSVILLE or NEW SMYRNA rloJor, Decemfcef 4, IH4

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1 .".OL&iTJn1li NO.' M-IMI NOTICE I Building & Const.NIDY For Rent
A .IItJOLU'I'IOIf or Z4C4ITYDCI.AUIO DEADLINE I p.m. Day Bofere --- For Rent For Sal.
TM ITT Publication for W.... .
rOR TH OF Frl. 11 A.M. Cat. For MOD
Telephone . I commercial and Fishing boating, swimming
MDBWAUCa WITHIN THK Publication remodeling. -
('WY LIMITS or THE: CITY or WANT AD RATE Day 267-C808 12 years In Titusvllle. 2 BEDROOM UNroRN lHiD. OFFICE FOR RENT LARGE FISHING worms and boat docking and other
TIT IVILLI:. FLORIDA S cents per word Night 267.1309ALCOHOLIcS Licensed and bonded. Not suitable for small child. wrlMlers. 287-1378. 200 Sera- recreation facilities will
VVHEKEAV. the Cltv Council of Minimum Chart too ANONYMOUS I Phone AM 7.2226.Business ren. 2872685.FURNISHED NEW BUILDING office space mole Street Indian River be yours when you move
tho City of TIW..I1I. Florida. hal
"t.rml.o4 It Ie win and ..1>84. ALL CIJUMIIIED ADS If you want to drink. that's your U.S. 1 So. Tttuml1e. 2,000 CIty. into the all new Lakeview
toot to oonitruot certain arterial PAYABLE IN ADVANCE! business. If you want to stop: APARTMENT 1 aq. ft. 267-2849. Hills residential area. At
ld-.wt.lki In th. City or Tltiw. Except Ubllshed Amount drinking, that's our business. Property bedroom exceptionally clean UTILITY TRAILER 7 ft. lout your convenience drIve
villa. Florida u hereinafter del. and to chane the classification$ I and attractive. Adults. 267 On U.S. 1, prime location call with lights and tag. A bar out Carptenter Road and
arlbed tbl oott of which iha.ll beaanewd of any advertisement from that 128 FT. OF
highway 50 frontage 2941. 267-8666. gain at 163. Call 2874367.
alfalnn the llropertr10IIeclaltv ordered to conform to the pol Animals i see these new 3 bedroom.
bunxfltod In tOortIo.I icy of thl* 11."" '. Indian River City offered 2 bath, enclosed gang
tho benefit to bt derived there.from The at a very reasonable REIL'S APARTMENTS 1.Bed. 28,000 BTU COlDS POT air-
War-Advocate will not ROOMS FOR RENT homes now under con
: be responsible for more than BEAGLE PUPPIES, registered figure. Arthur S. Griffith room apartment furnished. conditioner. Like new. Rea
NOW THEREFORE BE IT choose now, pick at Adulta only. 2009 S. Riverside 267-6572. struction. Prices start at
Dee Incorrect Insertion nor will up Reg. real estate broker. 2502 TV AND sonable.
MAID service. 527 _
It be $14,500
for any error InClanlfled Christmas reasonable. 267. South Hopkins Avenue. 267 Drive Edgewater Florida.
COUNCIL or THE CITY or TI.TIJeVILL Washington Avenue.
FLORIDA- Display Kate 0285. 8626. 2 LOUNGE CHAIRS drapes, monthly paymen
eetlon 1: That the .. ....lty I. Available on Request ARTISTICALLY DECORATED FURNISHED ROOM for curtains, misc. men.' and lad Place your order now and
......v declared to exist for the Th Star-Advocate reserve Boats For Sale apartment, completely furn gentle ies' clothing. 267.3120.PIANOS.ORGANS. get Homestead Exemption
th* privilege of Camping Hunting men. Private entrance $IS a
construction of Improvement u toting revlslne advertleement or r** ished. Private driveway.Storage. for 1965. Why pay more
hereinafter deecrlhod. a lonoradanrlpton any! week. 2674463.
of the Improvement,, which It deem objectionabladvertisements REIL'S APT. 20 ft. Commer CAMPER REASONABLE. See Adults. 904 Indian elsewhere and receIve
location or area I. which ouch to extent River Avenue.CHANTICLEER. SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies Make this Christmas the less
Improvements to b* made. then the cost.0rb"P clal fishing boat and trailer. at second houae north of. a
nature and extent of Improve occupied bv the Item IB th.cdverti.omeet. Needs work. Make offer. 2009S. Kelly's Block plant, Mims. INN, Titus- for rent. 801 Orange whole family will rememberfor 800-3 bedroom 2 bath
menta, general character of mat Riverside Drive. Edge yUle available furnish. St 267-3400. years to come. New
.Dale. to bo need and the e.tl. All Departments water Florida. now start at $399. home White terrazzo
mated cost thereof belnn ee '01. 1100 Hopkins A".. Child Care ed' apartment one bedroom LARGE, HEATED. private en Spinet pianos payment floor. Central heat and

10"Beovrlntlea" ., 111.1. ... Krt-r: Dial 267-4711 BOAT 18 FT. and motor. $150. I W/W cirpet all electric. For trance and bath. 1 or 2 men Select your own air. Built-in Westinghouse
Office plan.
Hour 1:00: to ':30 information and
WANT TO out for day?
of Worki Malllns Address. Drawer A 2670972. go a $10 weekly. Phone 267-2090. Guitars ukulele band instru electric range and oven.
The Improvement. contemplated. Tltusvllle.; ria. Leave your child with me. call 27-7043. $13.900 with $450 down
will provide' for arterial eldewalk The Perfect FamilyCHRISTMAS Experienced reasonable $13.50 per week Private home, ments.KIRK. and low FHA monthly!
within the hereinafter decorlbed rates. 287-7258. 267-6690 after II p.m. terms.809Extra.
for the of single girl-teacher. Modern .
area purpou nrovldlniafo GIFTA 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385

walkway for children volm CHILD CARE by hour, day, or completely furnished 3 LARGE ROOMS gentlemen large new home.
to and from school for
New Boat and Motor for Com Indian River rooms, private bath all utilities !. double. ZIG ZAG machine re
purpose and benefit derived Special Notice week. Heights. $15 weekly Including sewing Good location. 3 large bedrooms -
from saId Improvement. plete Family Fun. 2675766. included. 6250. 267. utilities. 2674103. possessed, 84 model swing 2 baths brick fireplace .
Thee oldewalk hall COME IN NOW
extend for
-- 3157. needle Dial-0-Matlc
a dleUne of approximately ....40 all electric kitchen
lineal feet Mid distance belntrram SILVER DOLLAR SPECIALIST AND SEE Citrus Trees FLORIDAN APARTMENTS condition makes hundreds of central heat and air con

tart or commencement o' Most dates and mints at the NEW '65 COBIA decorative stitches, button. ditioning. wall to wall car.
eld arterial eldnwalk. to Ito term. clone In, efficiencies weekly! STORE building for
I And Fruit
inatlo-t Including Intormctlne; Coin Show, Sunday. 10 s.m.. Runabouts & Cabin Cruisers monthly rates, air condition. fire or business. 15 x 60 ft. holes, sews on buttons, petlng. Two car earage
_Ie. (elf eldewalk ball be S p.m. Rambler Sales Hop. ed, 417 JulIa Street Heated and airconditioned. darns patches, monograms, Priced at $22,000 anl low
constructed four feet wide andpprnzlmat.v : kiDs Avenue. Inboard &: Outboard Drives. I embroiders etc. Assume remaining
TANGELO ORANGE trees FHA monthly payments.
." Phone 2676160.WAREHOUSE .
thick. The
area line
We have
now a complete .
6 of $6.50
covered bv call. Improvement billed in burlap. Approx. BRAND NEW Furnished 1 payments
hall bo lint fnrlne-red! and etakMl South. side. of Tropic Street from of these fine boats. And more Imately 4 ft. tall deliver to and 2 bedroom apartments, FOR RENT Credit manager 2673411. BO-$350 down and approx
_ for the entire. approximate un.cal Rock Pit Road to Hlllcrest Are'.ido are coming in every week. your door Saturday only. air conditioned. Maximum 2 $78 monthly. Brand new 3

0...dlitanr... Character: herelnibovo of Mate-in elated.too nue.South of Garden street NOW IN STOCK Guaranteed 30 days. Cash on children $100 and $110. Phone WAREHOUSE suitable for I (Continued on, next page) bedroom home. Many extras .
CeodiTh from th* Railroad to HlKhlind Complete Line of delivery $350 each and up. 267-0748 or 2676654. shop garage or storage. In I Including central
Avenu*. NEW '65 MODEL Phone 2672810. center of town. See H. r heating & sidewalks
entire lineal dletane of H'j
West side of drannl Avenu DUPLEX FOR RENT Hudson! at Star-Advocate.
aid eldewalk shell .. constructed from Osrden lireet lo South Johnson MotorsLet ----- Ready to be occupied.
of concrete of not loin than
_ S.090 ID. approximately. 4' wide treet OR us help you select your For Rent 2 BEDROOM furnished close WAREHOUSES NOW UND R I EXECUTIVE 846-Large 3 bedroom, 2
end 4" thick. construction. sire
in. 267-79HO. Any up to
leoeral II.......".. of Improve Eec side of Park Avenue from boating needs for the family : bath home. Many extra
le-se. 267-
...te Contemplated Garden Strict to South Rtreet. afloat. MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY HOUSES FOR RENT 3Q.OOO square feet with this preowned home.
The work. Include the beta Section J. That the City Council 0564. Industrial or com!:IlIr.
lation of the heretofore described of the Cltv of Tllusvllle. ....... EQUIPMENTSales rial space avaibl! SECRETARIES Only $15,300 with $125dtwn. Q
sidewalks of the description andmaterial Ida, ihall meet at 7:80 o'clock PM. Rogers Outboard Rentals Repairs For Rent 3 Bdrm 2 bath Shown by appoint.
oat out .....Ia. Maid eon on Wednesday the It a day of Construction EquipmentHand unfurnished house Bell. ment.
December AD. W4 In the City 1103 Garden St.-267-6414
traction will bo done bv enirine -
.tng and staklnc tile,area her*.1 Hall In said City for the purposeof Tools wood area .$100. For Sale earn top siiarUt. Enroll 854-Well cared for preown.
after described and the necessaryelearlnrof hearing any objection or ... 14' PLYWOODIIOAT. 35 hp. 88 E. Merritt II. Causeway Now renting 1 Bdrm lux. .
said monstrance that may be made to 636-8340-Night 636-0160 furnished ed home, 3 years old. A'
area to allow the Days ury apartment new far the Executive Sec.
Evinrude mot
ourinc of concrete for laid sidewalk th* construction of the Improve.meote electric start Colonial Apartments. POWER LAWN mower saws. tractive lot in quiet rei. .
*. together with neeenarjrUp CI..k 0..101. end the City or. Gator tilt trailer. Two FOR RENT small motor' and all kinds of reterUI court offered by dentlal area. Has 3 bed
Auditor ,
bo $136.
and he
for the moldlnr and dryingof I* 6 gal. tanks. Safety equip.
the poured eoncreU.KoUaaatoel .hereby authorised and directed W, J. Smith. Realtor tools. 267462. 10 S. Lemon. Cap Kennedy College .fButlrMts rooms and 2 baths. PlY;
C:... of these ......... to publish entice of the said hear. ment. $450. 2670922. Floor Sanders, Polishert 2001 S. Washington $1350 down and assume

mediC the leg In City a of newspaper Tltusvlll published Florid In, Phone AM 7.3255 Titusville GUNS and Technology. $14,900 mortgage, payableat

Improvement Tile oetlmatod I* *aoit. follow of these one a week for two consecutive BusinessAnnouncements Factory Paint Outlet Phone 267-3511 730 South Dixie Day and Evening CI...*.. $117 per month which.
weeks the .
Construction cost So-,61000 date of the first pub includes alL Shown by appointment
KfiflnMrinK! lication to be not lent thai ten Baldwin Shopping Center 2 BEDROOM PARTIALLY Call 7U-K01
_ 411400Contlncenole
14.SM,00 day hearlne prior to "he date of saidb.cti'n furnished central oil heat Old U. S. 1

_ Total_Amount.. of An Required. of 1117,21.....: ...,001.e ... I. Thai the City Mnit-. For RentAFARTMSNTS $100 month. 2672328 267-3528 Indian River CityTV 878-All new brick home.
.untilThese coop he. and he Is. hereby lutkorlaed WE CAN answer your dirty after 4.TITUSVILLE. Separate dining room
Improvement. will be In. foe and directed to nilvarlls. floor problems! We clean FOR HINT TIRED family room, double garage .
competitive hid for and PIANO.
the Can be ;
contrucllon seen
dated within the ICy of Tltusvlll 3 BEDROOM, 2
central heat and air
In stores
of the aforesaid Im floors walls, etc., -------
_ _ Ce more specifically hereinafter fenced citrus trees. at Jack's Transfer and Stor.
Dr000mote.Section week. APARTMENTS for bath conditioning, hardwood
eel forth. offices, homes; dally, LITTLE
The West ride of Xiv Largo shall 4 mnt. That t the the City Council ly monthly. J. C.'. Janitorial rent. Good for working men. $133 month. 2679189 after 6 -age. 267-1754.---- Tired of long hours and eec floors, 4 bedrooms, 2

:Drive to the from'Cltv LlmluNorth mate .Road SO Month piece aforesaid *sod hear time oblect-and I I Service 267-4807.: Call 267-4555. p.m. I SEWING MACHINE py Our Secretarial Courtt baths plus many extras in
protit and this home.
lovely Priced
remonitrano DUE TO DIVORCE
old of lists Road M .
from which any pirion or .....lOn. my designed! at $26.650 with 10% down.
Key Larsro'Drive to BoiohlHTho'East In cccccc.cccc .ccccccccccc cc..c.c.ccc c. cc..cccc..ccc 1964 White ZlgZag mono- to meet your
priient person by petition or ccccccc
side of Rosehlll Ave.Cue .by ttrd.: : and the City Council grams: buttonholes, sews on wide, will help you t. hv Shown by appointment.
hall .
all objection and buttons. makes fancy stitches
from SUM Aoad SO to el.".
_ _. land Road. proteiti confirm If any and make, amend. CHRISTMAS SPECIALS i overcasts raw edges better hours and better psylHOUSEWIVES I 887-Beautiful executive
or remind the resolution type home with
The West side of Rosithtll AT* 0' cocos.Icy, and determln. blind hems darns and mends. one acre
_ flu* from Cleveland Road to of land. Spacious 3 bed.
whether .
the pooo. per
Knox McCrae Road.The
...",. shall. b* mid and how the choose : room 2 baths (sunken
North side of
tin-named Many to from.
_ Btreet from Darden Street to noel thereof ihall b* ......*.d.and LOOK HERE FOR.dJ 2675530.more tub). Large basement
the determination of the City
Mind Avenue Council = $32,500 with 29% down.
Erot!: tide of Hood Avenue from eball lie final and concllun -
tr Un-nemed ettreet to )(cDonnld97T1II clll.I"" CHILD'S GO.KART, poweredby 744 Fish Good
'. All ordl naomi or 4 cycle Briggs and Strit- Camp. loca.

South lid, of McDonald orr renntullont* iliitlon, or* part In oonfllnt of nnllnaniw her % THAT SPECIAL il ilE ton engine$28.5O. 2670485. A brush-up course er a $.<. tlon. Excellent buildings,
Sheet from Hood Avenue to with f ,, 5 rentals. Separate fish and
CIT :"West Road.side of County Road .men are of ouch hereby oonfllot repealed to Ibe 1 HYDRAULIC tall gate lift. r.lalal Court will help tackle building. Beer II.

from MuDuneld Street I* Thorn like Section '. Thl neulutlon ebtll i'' Fits Vi ton pickup. 2679269. you find the pert-time |eb cense. Shown by appoint
.Ireet. effect lmm-.illi.telv, upon lie GIFT and SA VEI"", ment.
North side of Thorns Ktreetfrim PIII.Iand ailnptlon. E '" Slightly damaged box springs you've been wntlng.' Call
I Hood Avenue. to City Park. ihfAihDd AND APPROVED:
O. I
North side or' Coquina Avenue ., 0' Nuvembrr. 1004.5 .. and mattress 3850. Foam Cape Kennedy College of 772-Business opportunity..
from the Railroad to Pine I.ane. Bill Walker r 6" mattress 2950. Walnut Combination restaurant
Went slil* of Pin Lane from Mayor: tables $8.50. Sofa bods Butlnott and Technology
Cooulna Avenue to Knox MuCra ATTK8T: PALOMINO PONY with and- SPINET PIANO $::150. Call 267- A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION OF corner fountain and drugs. Good
and rcuphnlslorcd $39.50
/e Mir-irM Cooper" TilE STAR.ADVOCATE new location doing good bus.
beth eld* of Knox MuCraeDrive die 2Vt Yl' r. old saddle 0259. I
from Pine Lees to' Co City Clerk broken. 2672259. would make a perfect year and 4950. Maple bods dam. Iness. Owner has other Interest. .
ulna School. Nov :37, Dett, I 1..1.) IM I round gift that would be aged 1250. New electric Call for details.
North side *f Knox MoCra GOOD HOME WANTED enjoyed and appreciatedby stove Frigirialre 9950.

Drive property across to th* Coquina Mention Line Bohool. MUSICAL LOLLIPOP FOR YEAR OLD (lane) the boy and girl away to TOP CASH BE PREPARED 604-Central location. 98
Bast of City Perk and rirstFldrlda COURT THE IN! AND COUNTT JVDOB'f CANDY BOX dog. Needs space to run. school or In service. For. In 3 minutes for good used feet on U. S. No.1. 115
Vtllltlei Plant from City COUNTY FLORIDA BRIeVARD For Good Boys and Girls. Good with children. Call mer residents would appre. Furniture feet deep. 3 bedroom 2
Park Bait to side Xnox of McCra Hopklne Drive.Mac- I In H* Estate ofOEORQB Only I29 at 267.1633 after S p.m. elate a subscription too. To GREER McMORRIS INC. t. tarn a better salary.Scrtarit bath home. Zoned for re

celia) Avenue from Co,ulna Avenue W. HTUBDH BELKL1NDSEYGIFT have one started just call Ttepo 5e sed furniture outlet *r. hi demand tail business etc. $27,500
_ to Hllfb Rchool. I MOTM'K TO : DEPARTMENT the Star-Advocates Circulation 543 U.S. 1 IRC or 810 S. HopkmiTitusville
Palm North Avenue aid* of to South Park Wrest from. JL"r"d'tnri. nf tefl)51O5eq the ..t.te of SOMETHING DIFFERENTIHand I' Department. 2674711. t* prepare yourjelf for a (83-Trailer park in conve.nlent '

eld. of South Street Avenue.South from OEOTROB W. KTUBBU.. deceased PERFECT GIFT blown decorative 267-1399 Day or NightEU1tL higher paying )I.b by enrolling location. Large gross

Palm Avenue to Water Tank. to are fib hereby I* any notified claim and required No Gamble. Poker Chip glassware by Rainbow. I II ORANGES. FINEST Novels IaeculveSecreterlal Priced right at $80,000 with
North side of Sculls Street IIR which they may have or. against demands the Srts In revolving case with Beautiful colors I and designs Parson Pink GrapefruitS. now for the open terms.
dot etta from Avenue.Water Tank to Poln aid estate In the office of County card holdttrs. Only $399 In Prices from $1.00. I Lakes. 2673908. l Court offeredby
"dP| i B'"ard County Florida. BELK-LINDSEY RIVER REXALL 549-200 feet on U. S. No. 1
Wait of
Tin-named Utrset I n the Courthouse at INDIAN AKC TOY French Poodle Cap Kennedy College Of
(La" Avenue) from Couch Street Tltusvlll Men's Department. DRUG jut north of Mims. 642
lo Hamlln Court. Florida. within sic oalamlar puppies. Top blood line. feet deep. Price reduced
month from clue date of the first INDIAN RIVER CITY Bvtlnett and Technology.GIRL .
Wait elde of Park Avenue from 12 INCH Aluminum Champaign white. Deposit to $12.000.
publication of this notice Each: .. Heavy ._ MACHINEriiI
Jouth ubdmslon.mreet 10 Whl.perln Oak. ilalm or demand mum h* In writn Platters will Hardwood will hold til ChrUtmas.S19 .

West *ld* of Deleon, between. .eildence* and must and state the. piece of Tray. Mattel dining el SMALL 8 YEAR old strawberry I Highland Terrace after 559-5W ft. U.S. No. 1 front-

Couch Street and Maxwrlt Street th* claimant post and office must addressof be egant. 4 for flou at roan. $100. 2675304. a and_Saturdays.. :__ age. $65 front foot. 29%
*ld* of Maxwell Street -----
worn to hv the BELKLINDSEYGIFT down balance 5
from Deleon claimant his yrs.
to rifth ,
Avenue. SOAP REFILLS For Apothecary
aisnt or hi attorney y, nr It will DEPARTMENTMY I
West side of Fifth Deleon become I 568 Small lot soncd ,
from Maiwell to East Whisper void aooordlnc to law' Titusville Star- Jars. Squares and fur busIness
: Inr Hills RD.". THOMAS O, STUBB The Buttons In a variety of located on U. S. No.
West aide of Lee Road Executor of the EelaU efwinu LIPS It EYES Move FRIDAY 1 In center of town. Prime
Deleon 1st in circulation colors SOc )per package at
W. Advocate
from East Whlsperlns Hill Road rro. iicn"- dw."." when I talk. I'm "Shrink. BELK-LINDSEY location. 50 ft. wide. 130

P to rorrset street P. o. BOX sm: tog Violet" by Mattel. AND in North COSMETIC DEPT. ft. deep. $10.0(10( with 29';
IA West *ld* of Rock Pit Road '
I from South Rtreet to Tropic I Melbourne, Florid I'm onlv $12.BR at are t..ln efl-lent' young down.

Htreet., Attorney for .Executor: BELKLINDSEYTOY Brevard. FAMOUS UNIVERSAL .ir' en. V:,< not enroll
10. n. > iJltl I y now
? 4t
? Irl.| ) 111II4 DEPARTMENT Em
----- Hair Dryer Fast quiet 103-Been loonlnij fnr a >amlI>
portable. Extra Large Hood. for tn Executive Secrotorlal acreage: tract? Then this

Nail Dryer Ie Hair Perfuming PROGRAMMING I Court at Cp Kennedy may be it. 6 acres with

I Your Home Is Your Happiness Features.B.ELK.LlNDSEYGIFT $14.18 at IBM K.y Punch I College of Butinett end Burkholm!Many trees Road good fertile frontage soil

D"nARTMENT: 0 nM VBurroughs- ". Tech":"", and a flowing stream rnsaton

(F-1100)) ? one ld-: -, fill! rf- Ir.
with GIVE AWAY KITTENS. 3187 able tract. $1500 per acre
Old Dixie Hwy. 2670972. Typing 8c Fllina with 29% down.

S PIANOS ORGANS I DAY Adding b EVENINGSCALL Machines SPECIALIZED, 137-Large 81 acre tract

GUITARS UKULELES 1 frontage. Suitable for

? S INSTRUCTION on all 7U-S57S
"S4oue.i0P ( PHONE 267-6789 or 267-953S Instruments 7404 N. Atlantic Ave. 160-150 acres available.Priced .

'_5_# DAY or NIGHT KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Capo Canaveral Fl*. I ) ipeclallioe training yw at $500 per acre
2128 W. Tropic 267-638S 20% down and balance in
I will got at Capo Kennedy I yrs. at 1% interest

College .* Butinott end. 182-Good buy. 20 acre tract

'l RESTAURANT & LOUNGE Technology will enable you located Just outside city
OPEN limits. Very high rolling
i .; HOUSE to oam I hither salary end land. Priced right at $1500

here e more secure future. per acre with 29% down.

N Help! Wanted RENTAL Block house In
; THIS WEEKEND ONLY tr z 5 U.S. No. 1. Can be used>>

for business or private
; ''t 1 This One You Must See Before You Buy CALL 7U. 5(1or residence. $100 per month.


k ,- It's Fabulous! S COOKS DISHWASHERS write

Too Many Features To List! Director of Admittlont

y' ON HILLCREST IN Newest and Finest Operation In thla Area. CAPE KENNEDY

Excellent opportunity for experienced porsonnell



TIME: FRIDAY EVENING 4:00 P. M. Till 6:30
1514 South
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Open t-S. Uon. thru Sat.

1\osvrn,1\uv: SUNDAY 12:00: TIL 6:30 P. M. or by appointment
1N N. IrevertJ, Avo. (24 Hr. TeL AM. Sertfee)
2I2S South Washington AT*. Tttusvillo. Fla.

We Have A Few Lots Available For Custom Building 267-632 Cocoa Beech Flo. I pen Where and buyer itt better and and seCer. faner ex-

I II.I. Service

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A Little Homework Reading Classifieds Bring Top Grade Results

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For Sale For Salt Help Wanted Help WantedMALI ENVELOPES But uese Slam.-I i ii
II for aMaKas ti creek at
a H TON CHEVY clean $1395. >m each X7-4KW. gaD AT once. BMtron- H[LP WANTID I
13 ft aluminum boat 29 mental oea&el ayateanlawer eng
Evtarude efectric. Gator SALE! Assortment 01 phonograph Alee tecaX writer and PART TIME MANAGER APARTMENTS
trailer SITS Call 267-S941 records 4/1'. and LP tech. iUwfrster, oeastruetfeaplaMer NATIONAL' APPLIANCE: meafactarer *. "Welcome to Gracious Living"
after S p.m. album All food condHaaa. CMefe background' has ape ig fir kv BUILDERS i
Albums SI eaeh. See at MM in eftgteeertRC or industrial cat resident eatable of head- n...
CONK CORNET, excellent condition Alford Street admmatrattoa. Two legalaccretaries. ?tax four earn representattvee Luxury.one. bedroom apartments of spacious casual .
$85 Uaed elegance with individually controlled air con.dKlenlaig
portable Saratoga
Leah JESS W.
ttrreo. needs light repair. VENTED GAS beaten 20.000 Coney's $400 per month. rViBfermattm and heating Deluxe baths electric kitchens CHILDRE
Employment Service U.s. .
115. 267STEEL BTU S SUM each. HI Or write P. 0. Be7U4. automatic defrosting refrigerators TV andtei.plsene I r
.IIe Street 267-MOO. Highway No. 1 A Navarea.NEED Orlando Fla. outlets sound proof off street parking "FOREST HILLSESTATES" "
I DRUM. 2S gallon capacity. CHRISTMAS MONEY spacious landscaped' private grounds and many

.Price formerly 1250 Inquire contaiJIedInk. at Console SINGER model AUTOMATIC orlfinal price Salesmen full time or Leads women or, part appoint-or Continued On Nut Pat other featuresAVAILAllt' DeC 15th. 1H4 JUST A FEW LOTS' f

Star-Advocst. office, 287-4711. J300 pay balance SO, or reliable mists furnished 1125 per LEFT { iI
[COMPLETE RESTAURANT party aasume S7 payments. sale Pay day
dVoodvI CHAS. JANNARON1Tltuaville :
Sewinf machine does Nationwide Service: W. J. SMITH
2672311 XI- Realtor
equipment or
4417. an fancy designs, tlfisfatitchinf. Call 267-5530 or come by 303 BUYER PHONE 267-3511 Shopping Center I
Write Credit Manager Washington Avenue Have Per AM T-M41 i

|1 FLOOR SANDER 1 time Box: A.S, Star Advocate, e 3 bedroom t baths, quick __. __ _. __ I
clock 1 Snipping Turtle for free home demonstration f MALI HILP WANTID possession desired! purchaser -- I WHITE ACRES
lawn mower. Miscellaneous M oblijaOoo. has food position LOOKING FOR A HOME?
office equipment 287-1. z. SPRAY GUN, and WAITRESS EXPERIENCED. with major company, small V,> quailing-New 4 bedroom,
CHEST TYPE IS cu. ft. freer- I I 2H gallon pot.compressor Best offer. apply In periOD Rlvervlew dove payment necesssryt Don't Have The Down Payment? 2 Drawn bith Sell Price 17300.
Restaurant GeorgeBarley. payment $800 Monthly
er. Hold. 259 Ibi. Take up 287-41M. S bedrooms 1 bath quick
12.25 week. W pmment $127 Including principal
payment per THIN.
WHIT LADY to live In and poaaession good buyer. .
T. Grant Co.GOOD. GUNS. Vox: 12 pugs double interest, taxes and Inlurame -
Swan. M I lever settee with keep house for. elderly I .

scot Mosberc; Winchester 22 bolt; -Remlncton 22 pump;; couple-. interested-or 2675546.party call2K741M Space GLEN Real SCHLUETER Estate Inc. WHY\ NOT TRADE Inc New sell" 1: bedroom, Hi bath

BUYS 22 target 267-3869. WANTED CURB GIRL. What- 267-6668 REAL ESTATE I I I mrnt preach HW SU900 Monthly Down payment pay-

BY CHEST TYPE freezer IS cu. burger, phone 2671330. Let us skew you hew yen may have your Dream Sill including principal, lotereot <
ft, holds H ton food take up CLERK STENO I. RecreationDepartment H.", the eaiy way. If rev have equity In a "lieu.., taxe and Insurance.
LAKIN REALTY payments S225 W. Let, Trailer, Beat, Car, Nerea er Anything ef Value
Must have know South Lake S bedrooms
T. Grant Co.: P: .k11I. i I ledge of typing and abort > bathe and-Florida Call Us. We will take It In en a new home fer yeast New 3 bedroom, 2 bath Sellprice
mono Down
NEW SUBURBAN Shopping Center. hand. be able family payment
Must to meet room. F H A ttrma. $10,995 woo<< Monthly fill
HOME 2 STAINLESS STEEL water public Excellent working Whispering Lake*- Including principal payment Interest,
conditions. Beginning salary 1 bedrooms, 2 baths, family "THI TRADING SPECIALISTS" [ Indian River n"httImmll."lIl.t. taxes
conditioners, used I less than and insurance
TIll.cloul 4 bedroom, t ., Coay r
C5600 per month. room and Air
IIr" '
bath home has a family 1 year. Coat over $700 will conditioned. Assume loan. Bedroom m baths. New, 3 hedroom 1 bath Conventional
built-in deluxe I take S120 and you pick uppayments. SUTTON & ASSOCIATESRIALTY built In and I
rump rangeietre range oven
Inquire at 1031 5 bedrooms, t baths, family financing S17.mI
urge living room Screened 'porch, 'large Down .
I payment $950 livIng
room with fireplace and Large
,.. ,. .. Alford StreetOLD lot, ;
and I. Md Plenty ,aral'. Air conditioned CO. Better hurry, only roam, turquoise kitchen.
ef thus .,tel. Overused NEWSPAPERS, suitablein WE NEED MEN Assume loan. $M per month after I' fireplace
I... Suburban llvlnf wlf packing and moving furn Opportunity $120 weekly while Indian River Heights 267-9440 1528 S. WASH. down payment
all KM advantae.ee of the iture wrapping' fish, protecting learning. Start immediately.Neat I RENTALS Commercial sites on U.S. No 1
City. Only S7M down. floors\ and furniture when permanent married. Extra nice 2 bedroom home SEVERAL Excellent I and Harden Strut from ".00&
WHISPERINGHILLS painting; etc. Big bundle SOC.ClrealatIon Fast advancement for right with m batha Fenced furnished and unturn to $73,0)10) -
dept at Star- men Salts experience yard. Carpeted hurricane (shed homes for rent la
HOMENew Advocate rear of bulldln,. Suit See Mr. Fancher at How. awnings, well citrus trees TitusvilleI Call
4 ward Johnsons Motel. Tus and wither included. ; J. W CHILDRB Realty.
bedroom 2 earn
"'*'''., with I.,.. family FURNITURE!: DISCOUNT day December 1 big a.m. New S and bedroom hom : : I 342 S. 267-5663 I''
SALES. Mattresses offered at only. es. Extra large loU. F11A :
seem and big fireplace. The II IIlr .
large kitchen with dlthwash- warehouse prices. See us today terms with $45000 and up- rn ( W..hlnatllni\ yn"'n" Revond the Contract
2111 Garden St Nidy I FULL AND part time servicestation down. a / '
and built-in and
er Advocate
range Re Road Star
cabinet Shopping Center. 2874733 or attendanta. Tupa Pure LARGE LOTS Outside city I
meet ample the requlrementa apace will.. aT.1t28. Service 907 N. U. S. 1. limits Pick Yours Today, .'1\\.i r./j, j j Clarified' Ada
the exacting hememaker. BARGAIN HOUSE S MEN --- -.
Priced reduced for quick JOHNNY A. MOLES .. '
New appliances.and Used We Furniture buy trade and and Carried, mechanically inclin >! ; ::: I
isle.ONLY ash. Refrigerators 125 and ed. Salea aptitude helpfuL 1240 S. Hopkins Ave., '''' LUXURIOUS
Opportunity $90 per week to II
up guaranteed 2510 Hopkins start CaU 287-TWO. ask for Phone 267-6327 or HE 3-4 BEDROOMCUSTOM
$600 DOWN Ave, Phone 267.7JS9 after I P.M. DCJICNfO
267-470S. Open
Mr. Fetcher 1-10 a m. Tue'day
4 bedreont home with large Friday nights until 9. December, only 'Imm]] rn g. HOMfJONlAJtttwoooeoiorj
.,.. I
perch. Centralheating. CAN BE FINANCED .: I .
Good lecatlen In ; SERENItYW0UR5A15
Let ua slew y.u.NEW. makes. Phone 2 7-920S. TO NASA CAUSIWAY
3 BEDROOM aJ r1utJntYtnlmt I _

Three bedreem, 2 berh. Red WALL ..
weed with brick trim. Nice a' Modern 1 '
0 Uing rM
den and dining
TIRE NO Mossy DOWN a NO ClOSINO corn TOVA 1 1d
rent._ Central heatlna. Wed NEW HOMES ruacNASitj a MINIMUM S4 muss .. e biair ""i 101.- ...... .
center I... Only S14M. NequalnVlnt. a el a Mdaet.aa.
t-Aa. I .....a'i P ,.ruse .in M.A DMr..fe 1
DESIGNED Newest, nr..t md n development III
NEAR SIJt'DPI G tc SALE the reel, Med luxury at the .price. I........... As ._...... e.l 0 "t- Pmi....,Sm I--Nj lWayu {i .. -'"

AND SCHOOLS Ivy 1 at Factory N. Trade-In, FOR BETTER Motonry,with' brick trenta a big handaceped a. a:.""t,., I\sst i. '.We&al .
Colonial dualism e beautiful
price plus tax and let 2nd tire yerdi:.'Ie' 1'''_ A- ate.u a"aM4ner.uw .' ,... Naturally
Nice large I bedreem "heme LIVINGS wlndewi' a hales wills fug color cwh pen ves flees.
with Florida reo", Hard- FOR 1c fixtures a terrene flows a tpadoui &'.1M.4..r 4.aM h11.W. xwrh Ms tll.t,<. ..''IR I wide eoreetod
weed fleera. Near Shopping plus tai and this ad. ruses with louvered doers e double ,' .. I II IMngmem
1 I totirlee tt5StI '.
r '
Center and School. Only tiding gloss! doer everleeklng yard e 011 NM
$11.WO. NANCE'S TIRE STORE AND 4 MS. kwlMn TV |adii a Ate' window illla. e :Ibe.Las' ,t."bTIaalI o.,1MM jt.i 7''c ', CtiyW.teAS.wamP
-aaa.IWA".M.tNAuAta.. agIw ae
COMBINATIONHOME SSU S. Hopkins' Ave 1,15, 2t.L lATHS .kttillry room HEAT 40-gollofl. Concrete water aVhwweyaamdMORtl heaterCENTKAl ,". ..._."..0. eatetd Wads

& e y' 'I +4 I o D II from
ENVELOPES Business Sites
BUSINESS BLDG.We for mailing. Full stock at $11,500$14OJOMODELS tf} leawMful Mtchena. IUtM/ Toppm, 13,950

have H her y..... One ef Star-Advocate. ,p_" Np? C/VJ range wlfh" heed ........ Double
the a..t locations 'In the fer_d.o alnaa, Fernlea eablnettl' For a' DEAL' t $75 %.

city. Priced reasonable.GARDEN '


bedroom he.... en. nl' acorner For Quality /Ka Cf.rrre Caw)
IncludJ" ..
M""" rn
Can easily be SII THEM NOW Iftwr.nee, .11e'"te"et. W.
converted Inte Shep" er bus ((0 CROWINGABOUT -_ I
Iness efflce.FRONTACt.


Ideal U.S.1 le arten: SOUTH far big motel, <
restaurant and service eta.
tI.... Reduced fer wick ale N SINCUTON. AVI TITUSVItU, FIA, .PH; 267 "6 SEEDUFFY
.. $ae per treat fa*..

U.S. No. 1 !

AND RAILROADThis This ti the official Seal
440 n. tract 'Is located 115 ACRES
,In ene Iff eur fait growing, of the National Association u,.. ..........I .I_."........fwwspnq. Wo
areas, and Is presently of Home Builders. JUST A FEW ed North ef MimI, An Isiel,* ,..naat MIl ...-..
priced brow' the market 'In Only memben of the lent set MIl ueea apr .M IWMA. II
Buy. _... .. ......
Mat lecatien. National Association and Ns Maio la GN .
1 / ACRE TRACT local association allowed ACRES S UC I II I rw s had I wad.a. '..wI4"
are LEFT IN BEAUTIFUL .NU a,' aaMuae.I and 'IIII,a f Mang
Appreilmately" 1V .c,.. to display this fee sal. soil 0..... PtiuMi. awimMI
with t bedroom frame Mme + 1..1'. ..'
fvrnlihed. A small rente! seal TAWO'INING I UXURY Clll.'.of1a .ua.oased.aou" a 111
cettage and, .1.., elder Alexander Construction Forest Hills f LOTS J Neap seal Aaw a lutawee..
trailer en back .let. All fer mad.hee4MN ---. M"a
HOMe. If mid to90ther.Onehalf Company r ,In SceMimeer, an ei allenf buy. eaNa a MaNrne 1eIMy hula
dewn and toed FOR SO Posses. laws set Itoma.ew.
.. BroybiU Development 3 BEDROOM
terms ee h.'.r. .. ( Bath

5 ACRE TRACTThis ChUdre Homes Inc. y P 'j' Heme (New) en I acre let, ready le LITTLE! :'

small acrerpe Is. ..le- Cowart it Carter IDC. S "' ..", @ f: -i
sated In al"S. .* rw.a -' ,. $
way. Only' 155"0 If said,. Immedlatelv. Court Const. Company ( 1 BEDROOM HOME mI Y.Fy.orr....MFwraw .en saws
" RENTAL Fisher Construction Co. ) J Lew dawn payment and. eacehenlfarm. ....... ... a ... .. ..
Futch Construction Co. .. Bludlo. I 1117 Bedroom Rental Anartmenla

MIMS AREA John Beach CbooM From I Quality Built Homee / 20 ACRES from 1100 monthly Unlurnlshe' I
Large 3 kedreem matenry. i M Dry, Medals Now Open f"r Inineetlnnii '
Newly. Geed decerated.lecatlen Builtinrange. near Louis It Brown, Inc. Loaded With Extrasl' All Usuakl Prenfaee en 2 Cewntyoiea. Iweiss.4' sow aa Ilepub Diu OeeepsaapIMP11uAL

U.S. Highway 1. $111 ,., Justice Home. Inc. .

LAKIN Penziner Broa.
OMOVIS e 1'0'l'' '

REALTYV. Ronald Moretto

M. Lakln .... .,...., Tiffany Buildeis. Inc. REAL ESTATE '
1J97 PALMITTO STRUT James Trimble FISHER co. PHONE AM 7-0821 i =-
(Near Plrtle Plasa She nt William EversuaWiajaU I Phone 2I7-OSI4 -
Center 287-S42I)I'lone Homes Corner U S. No. 1 and Hwy 4 -MIm.

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PAYMENT Beaulilu! $15,000 TO $19,000

Cetera! Large LOTS FOX BALE (a FAIR CLEZtH7j
A Community Of f Fine Homes In Titusville to tetso Momea restrteted to lino a*, ft. gdaJweel.:

.FA LOW DOWN Only 2 Mile Wilt of U. S. I On Garden Street COWART & CARTER




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. tar-A vocete C assi ied Ads 1iAACUSKJVIKFORBRAGGING .

Real Estate
( from preceding pig;) Mobile Homes


Help WantedMALI TRAIL. illS FOR SAL 80 ACRES :I mba south of
Sanford, Bye stream run
JUST ARRIVED through property, $300 per
HILP WANTED I acre, terms T. W Mero. d 4a1rN

EXECUTIVE SALESMANSIIIr'1 1963 SKYLINE, Budget priced Broker, Sanford 1222481 for
at 83493. Front Kitchen, 2 appointment
bonus excellent
Group plus Insurance;, and retirement bedroom. Modern decor. 162 ft. by 400 ft river to highway .., ,
benefits :3 year USED TRAILERS close In Excellent buy. '
training program.!! Between Edwards Realty, 12 Baldwin
get 22 and 45. Call 6362668: '64 YELLOWSTONE 7'x8',1 BR Shopping Center Phone* 267-
in Cocoa for appointment '89 MARLETTE 36'xS, 2 BR 3604 Evening and Week. ,
STREAMLINE, 28'X8', air conc!. end 2872321.
WANTED YOUNG man to share 1 BR.NASHUA.
an apartment In Imperial 30'xV. BR FOR SAL OR RINT : < :< .;
Towers References exchanged !! SMALL DOWN PAYMENT % .
762-6011. Jherl Morris. EASY TERMSMARTIN'S 2 BEDROOM furnished home, %
enclosed garage. Set owner
First Federal. Apply in HOMES SALES ii/b
person to Shirley Finn.portunity 1224 N. U.S. 1 106 TAYLOR, rent $110 monthly '
Tltusville 2673081 Sal, $19800, $1000 down. : "
North of OverpassPlumbino
I men for new department to I Reg. Real Estate Broker ,
,', .-
start work immediately opo. 23 Main 267.3028 Tltusvill
$90 per week. Presence Supply ,
of your wife will be 6ROVI BALI "
helpful at Interview. ApplyHoward SEPTIC 'TANKS -i: ':
Johnsons Motel, Ask 73 ACRES 32 acres presentlyIn ; ;
for Mr. Fanchcr, Monday, Grove balance 1 II good .
December 7th. 1 p.m. only. of per cast concrete steel rein.. high land, priced at only ....,t'tr:
forced 630 to 1000 gallons $2,000 per acre. Brevard .;
BREAD desires man Grease trope installed, tanks / .
WONDER finest location: .for tree'count ( i0. ..
for wholesale bread route. pumped and cleaned, drain and production record Call '
Ages, 23.40, married high fields relaid. Pittman Septic I, Arrow Realty 267-6938, TI. o r'Iii'' i'ri
school or better Good insurance Tanks, Inc. 2674421 P. 0. tusvllle. Florida
pension plan, salary Box 2016, Tltusville. :: ;: : '
plus commission. Apply at H OlJflf FOR SAL-! ,. ,

1612 Lake Drivel Coco, Dec. Real EstateWATERFRONT ... .; .
3, 4, and 8th, between 1:308 3 BEDROOM HOME, WhisperIng d .'j '- .' '
:30 p.m.TRAFFORD. 12 ft on both Hills, extras Include h
aides US 1 in TitusvlUe. Good large living room, pump e .1.r NM :':
REALTY COM well, refrigerator, drapes: ,
2 on property s 1..
PAN offers an excellent Itdd'llre: : room for of low down payment 267.1895. *;" 1 ',. "
career opportunity for licensed flee building or apartment on .'. .
Real 1 BEDROOM, 1 bath, recentlyredecorated wYy \ '
Estate Salesmenin west side. Riparian rights i '
... ,,, .
x 283
their new TitusvUl office with extended bulkhead Line well f IJa 5 ,
A bard bitting isle program, on east aide Call Arrow Real. lot shallow d onOld :. .. :
plus excellent training with a ty 6277037, Tltuiville Flor I Dixie Highway, con t' I. ,
profession! Realtor organ Ida Brokers Invited. ventlonal financing, $11,430 .
isation, offers an unusual 267.5466.DANDY '
future for qualified salesmen. NOW IS THE TIME' TO BUY a .
8 Acres of good plnelsnd NEW ) bedroom 2 fi' .
Pleas call D. .
Harry Neill, .i!
bath 'home water, ,
city sewers I
Would make nice home site
Cocoa 636: 8131, for interview. sidewalks. :
Centrally '
$11.000 29% down bal. Syrs. and
heated and air.condition. ;
InstrumentsSURVEYORS e e ed. VA no money down FHA ; ,
9 acres appro 6 ml. North of $300 down $105 per month 4' ,
TRANSIT.Gur.ler. all Reduced to $13,800 "
Tltusville. near VS No 1 on pays
lit class condition In- good road. Elevation 20 to 23ft for quick' ail*. Occupancy In
adjustment, can be. used as Ready for development. less than l' week. Will be yt' 3 fp%,
combination transit, happy to show this at your 4 xf R* '
$275. Phone 267.8722. $11,500.e convenience. Call Arrow 4l r .
Nice corner tract, nearly J Realty, 2677037 or Eves 26T. t C0 V',1
Mobil Homes acres $3900 total price, 10% 9187. .
4 bedroom,, 2 tiled baths,
few left
1 acre tract only large living room, fireplace, (. ,
FOR RENT, small modern I $2300 10% down
trailer for one or couple. family room, built In' rang ,
No pet*. 267-4607. I 237 feet Valuable Magnolia dishwasher, disposal centra,
front heat and airconditloning'doubee ; '
TRAILER SO x 10, ODe bed. ft.NO Ave. frontage. $140 per car garage. Only $22900, J : 4r 4
room, air conditioning Call e 10% down, 132.74 monthly .v .
TltusvUla 267-4203 or. call collect QUALIFYING bd. rm. 2 Phone Spangler Investments, > .-. S .x,
Eau Gable 254 6949. 1
bth. A/C. City water It sewersge. 2671928 ; _

ADULT, 2677094.TRAILIRt COUPLE. good location It shopping. Very handy$14500 to .schools$1200 (Continued on next page) Bu I'm JustMONTHS ; ,'

down and Assume Mortgage. .
New 3-4.&.8 bedroom homes of '
ky 1301 Indian Rlv..r
MOBILE HOME OWNERS your choice, Ave Then call w* t* r )
toe this extra fine him.. 3 OLD Y <.
than glad to
will be more Many extra feature.
LIVE RENT show. you these nice properties Big and Butiful

Call 267-$813 or 267.3917 Any That larger hem ,.,,'ve

FREE! time.Ray Carpenter Realty now.keen leeklng Corner fee lot .Like operate and B'iBi
US No. 1 It Bermuda St. dining' room, 12 feet growing strongI
By the Virginia Fried living' reem. You'll love
$20 down payment and $20 I CMckw'..Plsc this elM; ,Air Condition..
month will buy your own full ACRBAOI FOR SAL $1,200 down Assume I was named Sutton & Assoc. (that's a funny name for a Baby) after my father and some of his business
l acre mobile home lot at beautiful Mortgage.Look ..
I Lake Louise Estates Become GENEVA AREA- acres No further associates.'
your own landlord. Many beautiful wooded lend near N ejuollfylng' ,. Available, .
families reside here. Don't 29% I
bul1K'rLbt now see for yourself. Lake down Barney T. 'w Mero$11.800, Broker, tlful new,and Surprisingly clean, B.H.rthen beau THIS IS MY FATHER. .,.,. THESE ARE HIS BUSINESS ASSOCIATES

ESTATESon Sanford 3222481 for appoint. ..
new .3 ir., 2 Beth "w
Rout 80 Blthlo, Fla., ment. Air Conditioned. Excellent 6M 'IIIj 1YI j

15 miles east of Orlando DEVELOPERS! SO acres with 'location Don't ml'**
Phone Orlando 661.2781OR plenty of road frontage, water TM on only $1800 down + ra
CHRISTMAS PARK and sewer available. Sensibly $113 month. ,<>, v ,
Route No SO, Christmas, Florida priced to allow margin Day Ph. AM7.0831) or AM
Phone: 8682011 for profit. For details call 7-S121. Nit 274770. I Ii
Arrow Realty, 267-7037, Tltus i
ED t
TRAILER & CABANA Amer ville, Florida. KITTLES t ; 1P
lean 42 ft. S bedroom. Exceptionally
nice Bel Air 10 ACRES OF high land with AGENCY
Cabana 33 ft., tiled and drap 2 bedroom home priced reasonable lit S. Wtthlngten' Av*. ti'k E
ed. Mobile Trailer Park, lot Call Arrow Realty TdF
32, 2673178. 2677037 or Eves 2679187. n w : "
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*At*,,,one,,..t'1m.rid Jack uts0 was broker the Aft r graduating from Indian Pit Is a roildont of Tirutvlll Jerry Is a resident of Whli- A 24 yr reildent the dot

"North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"an tit the StaH *f T'lwesiee. He U. Roy wont to T.nnt.. and has boon a realtor inBrevard poring Hill. Ho moved here of Florid' Pot bee keen
has I basis 'In the real octet! so. when ho acqulrod 12 In real ettate for ,It years
from Orlando, where he built
for the
** alns' slots' 1WI, moving yo rs ot experience In the County put along the .....'" .c..** *f
& .. Contra! Florid In 157. net estate and building bustno '- 3 Furs Prior t. this time over 100 home.. He ha* boon Florid. He I II an .ck_
'tU Jerk 'Is a **. lnit 'In subdivision .
h. builder and realtor In the I building and real estate '
l-onrJJa, eVrelepmont andsalos. s. H. U now a resident was a lodged eiport en acreeto,
n z4 eQ of Tlruivllle. In Jacktonvllle, Florida business since "51. cattle ranch and grev.) ,.!**.

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401 South Telephony ,".'.

Washington AM 7.2011 :; In Just The Three Short Months 1 '

1. Drive out Singleton Avenue (North _' ; Thai I've Been Around. .

off Garden Street) to two-atory '
model home at first intersection. .1 I HAVE SOLD OVER .
try Information available
[ ., on twenty .
r- five homes from 1550000. All lots

on paved streets, sidewalks, curbs .
and gutters, City Water and sewer.
Immediate occupancy on several

,l homes. FHA and conventional fin

ancing. SALESMAN on premises

I. Paul Conway from ten o'clock everyday.
L e. 'ul..4.. Ire
are without transportation or not OF HOMES IN THIS

familiar with the Tltusville area

I call now a tour for one for of your our family.staff to conduct We PRETTY ENVIABLE RECORD FOR YOUR FIRST THREE MONTHSDON'T

will help you locate the exact home A
for your family financed exactlyto :

fit your budget. YOU AGREE? .

3. Brand New Three bed rooms, 2

baths, built in kitchen, central heat,
e (air optional) double carporte. Located

on paved street, sidewalks, and ASSOCIATES

L 'Epp' Blvl.(* city water and sewer. $700.00 down
Rnldantlal _move In today. A? rya".ro"way SUTTON
seal.! Mar.

& lAJlnstead J"C. REALTY COMPANY j I


Dial AM REALTORS 7.2011-Day-INSURORS, Night or Holidays 1528 South. Phone 2679440Continued t

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day, December 4,1M4 TttvivlH (Florida) Stor-Advsat. Pig 17I

I ; The Days Are Getting Cooler. But Classifieds Are Still Plot! tm 11

Continued from preceding paV Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Real l Estate Real Estate

I WHISPERING LAKES 3 bed, LUXURY HOMES level many extra*. Will porch, all-conditioned, large
ft HOUSES FOR SALE BEDROOM 1 bath built In NEW S BEDROOM 1 til* baths I room 3 bath home close to trade for car or mobile lot Only $400 down tM
INDIAN RIVER PLANTATION to beautiful home. 267-!762.( monthly for all. Leyda Real
achool. Whispering
3UNTRY CLUB HILLS 3 stove, fenced make offer on electric range, central beat hopping and Large Hllli. .
m, 2 bath Florida $3000 equity. Payments about and aur-conchtloning, carport well landscaped tt I 130 lot, STATES. located eonweniently at the I ty NEe.222I.ConUbueo
Iroqrn, double carport. Urgefutility $85. Take term or trade on and utility room. 113,400, $900 3 earporti oil heat $106 per 3* MUM No. Mima north end of Greenwood St Read Star-AdvocaU
room, central heat and equity. 160 Lakeview Ave.. down and move to. Phone month pays all. Must MM to. Custom built, aoaeknia home Just oft State road 401.J ( I ail-conditioning. $1000 down South Lake. key next door Spangler Investments 267* appreciate. Call Arrow Realty situated on large lot (over Bedroom with panneled 4th Classined Ada
cal 267.3501 owner NE 307. Cocoa. 192$. 2677037 or Eves U1II1.INOW one acre). hwhiries 3 bed bedroom which can be used asa --- ----- --
--- room. S bathe, Florida room fn or for business fire
double Ser#erte. central place\ wail to watt carpets,
heating r 1W air-condlUoning. Florida room, Fully equip-
All for ltt.500. Terms can ed kitchen with dishwasher
: be arranged. TURO HOMES disposal built In range A
:267IMO.! oven kitchen nook and dinning a .
1 room, central air & oil
IS THE TIME 3 BEDROOM: 2 bath In excel. heal Insulated celling and the

1 lent scaping.location.Carpets Beautiful Included.land' and walls utility., Inclosed a car garage I opellt''f} 0/

$650 down Monthly payments Choose from brick veneer attic.en
$106.00 Including taxes and In
1 : or pre-ut atone construct-
surance. Edwards Realty 12 ton

Baldwin Phone: 267-3004 Shopping Nights Center.tt PRICED FROM
In Beautiful
To Choose Your Weekends: 2672321. $21,900 THOMAS L,

4 LARGE!: bedroom,
all GE equipment FlU $16.. Call Mr. Ben M. Tyler vI PITTMAN
700. $600 down. 267-3564. 267-5494

280/ ABBOTT AVENUE. Indian house
i :
room cio
River City, forced to lell. 267.2911
Assume !be added; large lot; only U
New Subdivision"Come $73 present mortgage minute to Cape. Very low CORNER
"Titusville's Most Distinctive pay monthly and pay price to Intereated
S owner his equity of $IiOO. party. GARDEN ST.
This I la a bargain due to clrcumstanrcs. Tlnfow Lenora Avenue Ti-
j Drive by to ace tuiville phone 387-14U. AND
and contact owner or INDIAN RIVER CITY. I room
Lot JOHN A. GORDON completely furnished home I
t: Out Today and Select Your Reg Real Estate Broker on large lot. utility buildingvery I
267-3023 23, Main Tituavllle convenient location. 3 bedroom Itt' bath, 2 built-in air
-- Price only IMOO, payments of conditioners, built-in range and oven,
\ Location Of Your Choice only $61 per month.: Arthur t. built-in dishwasher, beautifully land
You The
While We Can Assure Griffith Reg. real eitate
with shade
e"'s HAVE A broker 1S02 South Hopkins trapped yard big trees
287-8628. Convenltnt to schools and shopping. ;



J z rII I centrally 'located.center. Only Moat 3 and 4 bedroom homes available now. i


II Some Models Are Now Ready CITY CONVENIENCE. ? FHA You can Reaale move,tomorrow Gardondale Into LOCATION BARGAINI I NEW WAREHOUSE
I Zoned IM in. Oeetf
I" For Your Inspection this lovely now home. Has 2 br. I 10,000 ft. with 2 modern
NO CITY TAXES 3 large bedroomc I beatlluny lieu" Only "'.* Sq. air conditioned -
HOMES appointed s.Ms, full: BUILD 000. offices, loading dock, 14 ft.
3 4 & 5 BEDROOM
WATER & SEWERS paneled' combination family. RENTAL overhead door, blacktop parking area.
I II! all beautifully finished & completely equipped dining room with patt-thrti I HERE Salt or Lease.COMMERCIAL .
LOTS Into kitchen Rich nature Good Let fI ft. a 111 ft.
:' CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING LARGE WOODED wood cabinet, ,,,II. cooking You can' beat ml*.
M dishwasher Entry Foyertremendou Only $750 **h. Or
AND HEAT IN ALL HOMES DIRECTIONSFISHER lie living: room; make offer.
Double' Garage. All en lot Day ph. AM74U1 ., AM
Garden Street to Car $0' x 101. Ne loan to apply 7-1)11. Nlte '''-4nl. and Industrial, and railroad frontage "*
Drive West en
for. Call for appointment .. ED KITTLES available
I CONSTRUCTION CO. enter Mead, turn north for ene and a Impact. Selling at |just $",400
with $1.100 clown.MUST AGENCY
eW milea to Lantern Park.
; PHONE 267-0564 t '11 S. Washington Ave. I MONEY MAKER

3 Builder's Models 20 Acre Orange Grove, halt Pineapple
----- half Valencia, Hammock. Good
Name your own deal on thai
lovely new model hornet Road
ullder moving' to anethoaree lEE US FOR ALL TYPES Of REAL ESTATE
PUT YOURSELF IN THIS and hat to dlipote of 2001 US No. 1 .
thetel :I.nd. bedroom 2 river I frontage
bathe, beautifully designed pprox. 650 to K k 1 i i I i i 1'64ye '
and eiecuted. Your choice new
PICTURE 4 of FHA VA, or cenvontlona ,Une adjure
financing iicollent tchoolt, to Howard JgltaIon's
hopping, NASA Causeway 1171,009;,; ARE YOU N
nearby. $15,500 .. 16200. 233' US N'e. frontaceappro
Here la I your chance, for.the *. ,J.rI o new bulk,
-4 buy of a llfotlmelELBOW' headline fl> lauq per front
foot : :
ROOM 100' US No. t rivet fronUgtappro

Appro! .. 1,500 to;. ft. of living' line CM' to new bulkhead CHOOSEY
$150 treat
per ;
vp area In ml* desirable 4 bedroom foot. '
beauty located |just off aide
200' weat VI No. 1200'deep
Garden St. 2 bathe, double adjacent to I new ra THEN YOU'RE THE CUSTOMER WE WANT
carport, Vi acre lot. 'Ideal Quality Court W.OOO .
for largo family with law low "
budget.. $700. down 'H4N. coat side Ul No. WE KEEP THE BEST
down VA hr title 1 IRC area near sew
tpanklnoj now homo I Dutch C Pantry $ aOoo..

IMPERIALESTATES teen north and south ;
lanes" US No. t M2JOO.
Nice wooded roildrntlal .
7 corner
Your Entrance Your opportunity to attvmeexlttlng lot IRC ares I
FHA lean with a paved! streets and city .
To A New Way reatonable down pmt.' en a I water, I23 .1 lovely' "Queen Anno" model Wanted warn* all types A 1.avflMramg with black tee ana Interler. II If Vlt
Of life Hat 3 bedroom, 2 bath. "Help are to help our MW Engine, 4 pood Tram., Radii, Heater, law mile, Like **
Dream kitchen that mother nrlthbora" Hew WMto Watt Tire. Nina Spertccer C1QQC

'* will' level' Double earpri.Lew W. J. SMITH, fun red: whole, family .in ,|Isvl I y I //J M
monthly payment( In.
-ri elude everything, letter Hur Realtor

ryl _ _ I :2001 Phone S. Waihlngtoa 2S7-U11 1964 CHEV IMPALA 4 DOOR N

LAGRANGE Tltuivllle
I Tvre volte with matching .Interior, VI engine, pewtrfllo'e,
Aaaum FHA Loan
-- -
? I heater, power .tHrl"",. power braket. Coed White wall"
UK Spacious lew
home pried'
I Wre. One ewner, Law mile, Smut
Country flavor with city
VJVB vonlonce. I I.R., 2 laths.safe I IT STANDS .. Money toot learn fI,.. $1695 .*
well landscaped lot en ulet.
AIL .tr..' of woll.kept home. I I
4 $117| per me. total, paymentwith i FOR _, 1960 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR -
I '.._111. down pay I

I II mend, I II I INTEGRITY 4 iff. straight. drive trans, radio, heater. OeM white N
\ 4\\ wad. "fee. Car's live Ivt
: i WANT TO BUY? .,,. wer! I .. $$995

peiight4u" .n f OoF q \\I\ I .Lot*, .v.*,.dlt.how. of you true the value l large' N a,
ar0t and
home ,In Tltutvllle. W.
gentle"a/ I \\I are peclalUt/ 'In solving i 1963 CORVAIR MaNIA CONV. .
.I ? or n1C3 all problem of ,..I.ut'en.I' I
11 I0 l4gan I WANT TO BUILD : White win red l Interior, ,.41.. heater, 4 aped. tram Oeee
: a fro!'' cl"9 I It I We have far you The white well ",... Spertt-car flair

: P riced grab Tats, Plane, financing. Iud_ Price . ............ $1895"
,t IttrlcttTliy uQ0 lib1 /. And the lullder. Preb
5t 'lent* eliminated when Till Is the official seal *f se N
l&L you deal. with, u e. the National Aaaoclatlon of 1962
14 NOM WANT TO TRADE? i Real Eitata Board. Only CHEV IMPALA 2 DOOR H.T
f tn.mbrre of the Aiaoclatloa se N
,. 160 w 6 NEW N, In We teat can ,turn Note your Of equity Coat may display this seal Awl VI 4 aped tr..... Otto. whMe wall Mr.., red! heater, a
I I :Into a desirable I new home I only 'those ha> dlaplay this rr.* teM color, wit* me original. fectery

I N p r t* for your tamllyl/ 5.51.ealtors.Georgt mar. call lfcem 'I l *i .. meteMmj 1Itf.r...,., ',I'N Stan, ,..,1'"' to |. y 1995 1
y*""* '
'r < r-N ***** Then why not Hat your I M. Barley,Jr. .. "
Every property with the meet affrettlve : !ne. 1964 CORVAIR MaNIA 2 DOOR
t real, eitate **loerfanltatUn I C J W. ChOdre, Realtor

Home builder in In the area I I IWI o Danenburg'a Buck so I.., ......*, ,...rIIM, blve with matching ,Interim wMi **
,, CNO CE ,? LAKEVIEW HILLS OTHUI Realty *Kr ','41 actual mile/ *. TMe one Nke new.

I vt1aN't.r_ B"dnarnw Receives a full CALL TODAY! S S Dully't Real IsUUfinrvvConway itWlnstMd .. la- **.. kWywIaely Y//7J*.

w t A ;. w"' and complete Inc.CampUU n*e Cm HecwHUUmed By Experts To Met

gU11.pEa5' membership In the 'The Home foyer'sSUTTON I AnocUtoi, s.e JIfW 'OK" Us.4 CM Requirements *.
aM .......... Carder Inc.

id iNC. LAKEVIEW HILLS Edwards Realty .. OPEN TTu 8 N

l s lil s Private Beach i I Ed Kittle. Agency
'R' 8 e lUrrli fealty, lac.
and Marina E L B. Newman, so q"J 'attft Chevrolet
t paNEt1LAY tt ASSOC REALTY CO. Realtor

I5M S. WASHINGTON' I Oonn SarU Ftoaltors .. N
I OMce Ph. Home Ph .. I I Stoner Realty USED CAR DEPARTMENT
151Iw w 1,1gy1 I II I IW4SM 8rdMr Bchwtrta
.. 10263. Hopkins Avenue Phone %247-1234 t
iUI /ffW W. J. Smith

.. t 1 1 s. tt t. *


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I Rain Or Shine The Responses Pour In With S-A Classifieds


..-.... f ReM Estate R.J! Estate Ride Wanted I Used Cars fr Trades Work Wanted -

: a.wH4OR HMe I I :,., .. ML .... PLYMOUTH LAND
Raab I ... .. .... wet M aaubg to mr h**>
MOVC nfyCMATVLy 1414/881 HIt SAME I .* .. .. asI -i .
MM 2 i ta* a art Mi < aw-
....... } tr 4 b.*mss .rains braid .. .. ... RUN 1 t01l.. ..... a.F ''hf .... mlAd .rKL.r.aa.
IIIIW arc ", mawb UdadMr W. Leiaw66. Sell. ld f I ..... ....i w BREVARD MOTOR CO.
AU II, .... .mal d.we mAi J0JI4baM .. 9M1 ..... t Service 21iiiI I
Ky. **. art msadlmh PW -S. ..ata 4tArdr.T2lrnprc I rise !
"iI Is... .... ,..* RanIa: I SM TJ. For Tk N.wt I* C n

.....,.V.rIv*lT ,. IrvopO >1Odk.. wr w WTSatar AI .."...... AMMMae/wea>t.to taelM w- ear WIlL. .aacapt Msh... ,..ill.rat.Wade..... w, 11s.A .M. -. LET US THE GREATEST EVER
.r r r tA4" .. .. .. ..... ... ....... "
silt t plbe.as. = ....... ......
jmrwnrwiM :: ..... ... ..,. ... ..... II BUilD YOuR
..... 9 ... iHiIw f:$t ;;mM ;; ....... ..... ........ ... MMM.. m $7mas Chrysler Plymouth Valiant
but 9_. 1 ........ .. rr r ..,... COf'I ,.... ... HOME
MraYt, ,M a U h a let :1M fiww xnoxfcflftffr.. ......... ...... ... :IN: MALTLPYL 1M Ua For AD YontChryslerPlymouth '
../4a wmaimmm.a.t ... ..... .. c rim
.... "., meslM .... loam c.
p.c .. .. .
..... .. .... br .. ast "'a '''1 all ........ all AI6IIt ..... .......... .mall.H :: dR CMI. Fkaa HIllS
IIWJ .1 LMM .... ........ ., ....... .... .ieiet 1M. .., ...... I FOREST Service
...* I 41. D v'I .... ....... ...... Real So TOeaa. -...-..
4 4hiIr
W'IIL ... .. W2i146H. ,
.... I
ti*|IW M >. tkw. LMHIUJ /oM .I, IMHAft MVCB CTTYArf ...... o Gerd d.as eat. Ollie pis HAWKINS Soui Hopkins T1tu"Ule
., .". I =; Mina.1Onu lINt ) >. Dt.iMAR9MG OM60ULUQVTO and adr ee.fRr..ed Mt11 Plum 287.4331
*.... I .. I I' .Stall po rt/nwM.l IIJIItc mtar .*H Part 6aten Porter Cowl Fri SSTRt'!nrj' rr2t'J ,
r,? .. Tl/UM34- Laryc I wMh fcrJaS. I k ....-Mt .La wnNaet .i coa. Kio*. DiBtlt C.tams ):
3nfiV ratartaML. I kat.M.) .. bIn $ r 112 I fir Spies! fTM.
J redaam !> t i -
0 _
Ateym&I' .... Itoort. 1 .... a. ...., .,.... tad |I := tW we.lr.1 w..1I .
9 at. .... Nt..... i reed Gato e 2 diet !
.I" = ,, ..... CLAM AVTO OUSH I>i top A Goad cica cari t:15.I WNENm
f "
: Many 1M
I'I'i. = ptlt aw e I i A .**#. wed IbM 1971 Ford SUtJoll yam. dam
a, M In Bttxi .te .... ... I DEPENDABLEDODGE
: .. .
.. .
.. .
:& .,.., (.rifftUt r: Rail torn Mh ftorMa )MMArdMT ,. l Urtk. I Iittn 1 lilt p* cr aid air ea.dlloard
.. .
trlrIPERI' rrrbar. 2iS I f GrtfMt Mt real < yaw k* vied IS : Gwxf traaaportataoK. SpaaaiDe
-r / ib2M.126.
; ". '" .... I* "..*, cfca JIII5. .
.. .
t:: ..._.. krMrer W4 S M>t> I I wu. srA
I .
.. .
Uly ..... 2IC1..2II. mat ywr car, >I TaMe i Cfl a/raigbe i ii
". .. : oum largo ..... :, butt. Mr CwfMM M 4or adcfc.attoM.. God ebat traJllPl1-
: hr owiwtr. central 1 Mat awl I IEDRMM .... Cx lkt web for .... tat 27IMI I i Special isastXl SPECIALSWE
: air. aratt M, i kma w to.,..ltl.t. stir tali Gar [ xere.ry JUtwei wasps
11+). .... ,.., tH ream, QMrry tkt, fee': .rW.oh/ pike IttjrAftf Doable power and laden
pN4 h tIt .,, t4 lanai 4ltoif ream Pro- / E4wanf Risky.: .I PLUM a..G, II III av A real alurp car LfwboJeaal
lame 12 Babhrt MmepMf CmttrWwr CoIIUIdMC' 9im6.Roca ARE LOW ON USED CARS
IMO foe.Brr
I If 4 Mil!. *: 297XM4 CrmWttfcttffa end MOTORS
4 Mrowm. 2 l iM4rf, eVMM strata, III-.t. 27281BRIAR //a M GaAl tIa 196e 2_S. WASHCKGTON STREET
ap Central$ farpt al drapet UJJ1h. I fret L.pnutaAM2.1111 : I SO SEE US NOW!
UwAta Satan Barb FOR SALf ",r TRAOIO30
saris t&fjft down A... w preaewlEfXIKWATKR WOOD I I
HyMg fJowD# Fit* 'JIII1.7J1f1 Eatala MM KTM tll'efAIf.1 WE'RE TRADING HIGH
turtga a
fREE! !
III6m' / dn tow awdiad bAa 2. II EL CAMDfO Good Make I
Hf 2 BKDROOM teriroooi h m. electric bib L P. BOTTLED GAS orto 20r.1. Ri.ersidt Drt.tEdgewater
:READY lsatioA.1. ....... Mas.try. ctoma, central drat all air. I INSTALLATION! I rwxlda.Wanted 1962 CADILLAC
t or 4 Mrnwi carate M KW a wmra ready Inc r.tWJ *rft DE VJLLE A caCOUPEC l car*3295
.i>.4 air, |7* = atreet, flat hi tM JI-4 **** JIM M (Ad pl."M. N4M Suburban Propane I To BuyACTOMOBILES. : traded on a new Dodge.
li pay Park noe Realty, Ml E yaalUyMG elowftf tad
Loaded with Fac Air
hunt, At' _..
Park A enu Edaawaler, eeneMlrnsl Mnaa eaatamntlo e-v
271221 __ h a tat out of atM and DIMe 3n V. t I n. 2IS1-UU .i AMID Oy H f..kt. M ef "kmwkvwlpMbwif
= ----- awl public fdKMl bn et. 1nrfM R ofiaf tad Eemodrtts I' Mi>..l.< items fr a IMt Car traded in on a local 1395
critic of T......., U- fcrvkc KA4 PiM MrtctP& Work Wanted move take plonfy *f aperi.nca '
SEE OAKWOOD TODAY Gratge area, ""f( M Dial.1gbw.y .. 2CTMU. tiara why we bnrif yw te Dodge. Weekend Special
WOMAN DESIRES da,. work for mask
call M any q |Ia.
1963 DODGE 2 DR. Real
or fun tine. Reference 287
211v4WHHPERL'G CALL Used Cars & Trucus ... Think Of nice car traded in on a $
Mobile .. 1595
Home Subdivision
----- this
HILU area, I TRAILER HAULER A-1 eon COLOR LADY deatrea bout FIDELITYAgtai new Dodge. Special
Ukcfront Citttoi, I bade tfitwn C7J Dials Trailer Part ( ru'k- bafeyaittinc Styot.'NG weekend
: ( ;
2'7.u7J.I'M day 267.6204.
Featuring; room, 1H bath rn\&>* _

**.ntlrn.lmmallata<7, <:aa an.2711.-_ectptn > lit"ell 721M.WHlf. lip Good mil work MARRIED S yean woman exper d.1 I i' ALLIED VAN LINES i'I radio & heater, A local 1295

LARD: 7" x 11/1/ LARGE POOL lenee la insurance office aireimttaoce STORAGE fc TRANSFERDAY car traded in on a new
1X4 RAMBLER stallon wagon. clerk and P BX OR NIGHT Dodge. Weekend Special
LOTS WITH SUtJJTLlDOARD all poor. aircoedaliooed. operator. Located at Cbriatmaa. -/
I Jim Holland Inc. call 2 7 13J7. SM-25U. Pfcooe AM 7-0228 .
CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES I II I Rocket Mottl aria CORVAIR*d. rclio.MONZA.automatictranamlMlon. aireonrfttirm For A Real Deal On An Automobile

I I "D'.....vu.. left Mere.a t.the much..d phMM' 7-420t Iinm or imtetS179Q eaU. Local Long Distance Movers See The DODGE BOYS At

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY : .I y tv r mcfMyfCOM -74m5.
fOR SALE 1957 Chrysler Imperial fl
Slf OUR '47S 287CWT2WBJ Moving /Tnjfr || Packing
on U. 8.1 to Mimi, Contlnu north on U 6,1 for I HOMES PONTIAC TEMPEST, U Storage HMHtSV Shipping Arco Dodge
Inttrflte4 call Ralph Brown
cm. mari mile to our entrance on right For /re I few I V..t W7IW7 FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341
Information' C,U 267.slOQ. I 2 "' ".. N.rf.i *f Mint LOCAL AGENT -
OM U... N., 1 ISM FALCON SPRINT 4 ipecd.
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Ram, f.f rant by WMh, bucket .ut.. Aniline. pay. BREVARD RIDGEWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD Hopkins At Harrison Tiiuarillt;
Mm/b menu Call 267.1' FUR STORAGE-1660NU 8. No. 1 -CRATLVG
AGENTS ON PROPERTY --- -- ------
j Phon. 267-3097 S9 CIIEW, 'ft Ion pickup. 1S7S. PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE ,
207 4770. j

'JI' YOU will ft- fAjr' Br 'W at these." .


COjhin': .

For BUYS :


h The Best Deal Ever ,, .. J

64 ALFA 63 : 62 RAMB. 61 FORD X995 1 'ZT! .\!; ,-. )1'! ;

..."'.. { Cant 1 D S3001$2895: "400", 4 Dr., Awls, $995 "JOO". t Cy., St. >
I iMed, elder. ft $2695 Air Water 2 Dab } '
Hater' .
.. '. ,\ :

64 FALCON :62 FORD 1595 62V-WBUS 61 D'I lux V-W(2)( ). Sun Roof. $1 0 9 5 '- "
Falrlan Marl C up Pau., 4 SpadRMH Hater '
4 Radio Dr.. I Cy., It. Drlva $1695 V.I, I Dr., Auto CENTRAL

63 FONT 62 T BIRD 61 CHEV. 60 PONT. 1295 FLORIDA'S 1
$11OC .
a rna, 4 Dr., AuU, 2195 M.T., Laadtd Plus $2595 1.1, ArA4Drt.--, | | Uadad Plus' Fac. Air \
AI ,... Air. I '

4 Extra Specials ;

63 MERC 60 MERC. ,,

Cuitam,4 Dr.,,Ir'wsy snsnr* 62 PONT., 1095 61 FALCON $995 Mont., 4 Dr.. H.T. $995 60 T BIRD
Aut Q f3 Tampt. 4 Dr Aute, ItitUn Wagon Air Cond. $1395.J
Haalar I Cy., SI. H.T., V/. AwlsP.c.
Air ", ?

63 Dtlui RENAULT 4 Dr., AUTO $995 62 FORD 61 MET. 60 Ca..FORD V4. Au"., $995 59 SIw OLDS V-I, St.. 4 Dr. $595 Ji.. j'\A '
$1695 ,
Radio A Hater ,0...... Air 300, VI, F/l, NT., 4 Cy, R ft H $595 Fac. Air H....'. 1

I \
58 CAD.
t .
"dd & $695 ,1

r cCotter Ford :.1 i\

11 ''0r (

730 S. Washington Ave TRADE IN DIVISION AM 7-2657





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Friday, Docombor 4,1W4 ......1/1. (Florida" ) SUr-Advecaf POJ* It.



:' Ann Landers .." ., MISTER UEGER many charge accounts, one monthly bill


; \ rrl W. are starting something new lot North tying you as a member of our plan. This permit

A Typical Bum Brevard County. you to charge purchase at any store displaying a

This it which will enable to "BNB Plan" membership emblem.
", ..:! a plan you say

.L... -"--- "Charg it" in many stored, and get }udt WM This is an exclusive feature of our bank --
Dear Ann Landen: A certain I bite are H
p monthly bill all
through our bank covering ol of the ideas
I bank like
t man in this office bas been The most stmtbte system for one young a young ours

t bragging to everyone in sight people who gamble for enter- your accounts is lively enough to start You do not have to be

that after inhaling two packs a tMnnwnt to this: Set aside I It's called the "BNB Charge Account Service." a dcposittr here to join the plan.

day for 15 years he had quit whatever you can afford to l ,IrT'
You see us about it and we give you a plain Identi- Ask us about it.
smoking. What he means laDe throw away and aevwr miss ,

has quit BUYING cigarette. Coffifcler itlie( price: of the ]I

: Every time I look up, he's evening's fun. When if s gone

begging a cigarette from some and it will be go home bank INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

body. Last week he bummed at and forget it. brevard national I

least ten cigarettes from me

and I am sick of it Dear Ann Landers: I am the STATE ROAD 50

r This morning I reached the mother of a retarded child. 1

end of my patience. When he read with Interest the letter : :

desk and asked for.a from the whose i3 old '
came by my girl -year- q dnwZ

cigarette I said, "Why don't brother is retarded i : Ep7i.

.- -you buy your own for a The father of the boy was HU5a4ND NEVER MINE TNERE R 13 NOW

change?" lie replied, "Because mistaken when he said, "The I IIFT5 A FINGER Efi 101ST

I have quit smoking. If I.buy boy Is a fool and nothing can .10128 AR E 0.
cigarettes III start smoking be done about it." The mother + ;

t again, and the doctor says Ishouldn't' I was wrong, too when she said, I rji

j "This is our cross and we must r

What would do in case I bear it." A CAN
you a great deal HOTIfB OF INTENTION: TO 4t 1 /L IJ
i like this Ann Landers be done to help retarded 1Ild. OTIfR .0. BIDS BhUlnTKH FICTITIOI aN"".
Baaltd bid. will b* nolvd hyth In compliance with. Houe* Rill
STUMPEDDear ren. The mother and father who Board of Coasts Cammlailoiir No. 117J fh.pter Number JIUM itI.r.
Stumped: The next time do nothing are fools and up until 1:45: .'.1_ 11.. M. Lew. of rtorlaa. Act at 1041. thendtmlinod %
December 10. mi la th. CD"". will reflitor with tho
the moocher comes by and society bears the cross after mlnlonw'a Room. In tat Clerk el tae Circuit Court In Bro>
asks for a cigarette remind him the do-nothing parents on. bourne, Tltuavllli, Florida, I yard County, Florida, upon receipt '"
pass On. (111 Micro-film .. c.un'j of proof of publication of
about the doctor's orders. There are 5,500,000 mentally mat Ik* lollowln t"'. ..U..., th. following flctttlou \ 1a.
catltall name, t.-wlli ''Oar'.. Oolf" un.dor 0
Give him In retarded
mint instead. children
a and adults
in 1. "' ".. accept both SSmm and which I am .n..**d In MI,.
fact be a sport and give him a the United States. Each year 16mm film with. co tr.loa lalur Oolf. Court at Tltuavllle, R
t to b. rnadt hy ootrator.J. Florid*, and that tha uao.r.l" dI .
whole roll of mints. This might approximately 120,000 join this .. Film unit must rotat I I. tae *nlv _.0. Interaittd. U o
make him feel so cheap that he group. It would be disastrous through 3M*. aid .....1..... c THERE GOES W S. Film unit muat b. ..ulppdwith Dated .t Tltu villa riorlda. .kUIt (9 THE WASHING WASH ARE XXI
could either start buying! his if ALL parents thought this dupln ."'... kit aa4Idmrn da ), U44. DOING TDOAV 7D 5I RINKHNEW
cpva. cigarettes or his own film adapter kit Jobs rt'.J: MACHINGI LoI3 < JEANS
1 way.Retarded 4. Mutt malntala automatl Nv. ST. D.. 4. 11. II IPrl.t 1M4.Chrlitm X
mints. children are not focuiln tkrou.h tallr r** NONE
ducUon ..., naxtmumroductloa
stupid and they are not crazy. ratio U h* not 'Y """' 4 I "t rr_ ,." ,
Dear Ann Landers: Some They can learn if someone will lee. than 7:1. .
5. M".t allow operator .leat- A 1 i iIi.
friends returned from vacation lake the time and patience to Ion ol rtduotlon ratiO .
$2,000 richer. They figured out teach them. through coavtnlent pi.aa* Pl

I a system to beat the dice Too often the retarded childIs of unit.ralalnR ap.4 lowtrlni film ,1. .

tables. It worked like a charm. spoiled because he is allowed 4. Mutt hav. pkotoa-raphta. : I,
field Indicator sad all I e /
One friend bas offered to cut to get away with things for .ur* m."'. 'I .: .

ray husband in on the system which the normal child would All r bid. to b* InarkediStd r; I't I ..Ij P.., 1II
for Camtra.
> for $1,000, I'm against it. My I be punished. Doesn't it stand to The Board ruorv** the rlrht .:

husband says we've got to be reason that ANY child who is to 10.I JOB H.any W1CKHAM.and all bid. f: "_ a p
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crazy to pass up a chance like I undisciplined will grow up to CHAIRMAN. .1 ,

this. I know it's a long shot be a problem to himself and to COM BOARD 111.-IONER..OF COUNTT.. "ft ',I

but Is it worth the investment? others? RRKVARD CUUNTTt 'If 1

-..I SECOND GUESSER I Parents of retarded children Nov FLORIDA 27. l>eo. 1 Frl.) 1M4.KOTIC :' '

Dear Guesser: Who do you have an obligation to educate 1'1 lOT A CIUTUIE fI'

think pays for the thick carpetsand themselves so they can help \ FOB BID* IUITlIIIIIA r : cAueuT rr RI MY WILl/rOU CAN7 WORK 1

the fancy trimmings in their children develop their haled bid. will b* ,....... hy. tI WHAT 181PPEN1D OfSIC DRAWPRTo A PANPAGFO FINOM- 1V
lb. Board of County Comml.elea.era
those gambling joints? Wise abilities to the maximum. They up until l:4: o'clock A. M. ** ii tM "slvinf P. 1csiR FINGER, 1MB SIC opIHBPAYWft

guys like your friend who can get information from their Docrmner" 10 1M4 In tie C..... I. .....-" But .i/,vri "t HQTCHKl9GT ht
mlanlohtn' Room In th* Conrthouiw I r*.M t no wtion whoa It t eM
thought they could outsmartthe city, county or slate Assocla.ion TIHiNvllle. Florida, Nri"DUPI.KX CMtoo to ". kln(*. Pront .SI nil,. 11

experts. for etarded Children. Or B: S may PRINTI"ltpeclticallona k. .1t1.1.- .. iiuncltl loot from Ph. all

Some people like to gamble they may write to the National .d at the. Clerk' Offlo I. Tl thou with JKtiM Caiu. '

for the fun of it and I have no Association for Retarded Child. tuevlllo.All bid Florida to b. marked ."Bidfor I Ity'i snarl'All policy.Rlaki-It Homo. 't. )0X

quarrel with them- if their ren, 38 Park Avenue South, hand Duplex corner 01 Prints'nvolp In. Utt I Mil OTraf lroeld.. II) (.

a New York 16, New York A Th. Board .......... th* rlM wend theft ftdor many 1 \G
MOTHER.Ann to relent any >nd all kid*. ,I. Nor major haiarda. :'f r 1
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Landers will be BOARD or COUNT'COMMIRRIONERI 4W ? Ip,
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help you with your problems. BRKVARD COUNTY, I
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tm1." Send them FLORIDA.Nor INC.
; to her In care of n. DoG. d ..r,1. 1MI.
this newspaper enclosing a t: 300 Masons Avnu PtA ITIa AN AWFUL POPS l ldlAvee Dl101a1tow/
MATINEE SAT. 2:00 P.M. stamped, self-addressed envelope JIM'STVPo.IM. I. R. C. 20-1121 :: CERTAINLY el AIdAADf lI
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ZoningContinued ) ArrestsContinued Carousel Pioneer Resident Dies Thursday: Funeral Saturday

Mn. Irene Carlile Han, 17, of She Is survived by two brothers Church, officiating. Cartel
From Page 1 From Page 1Thornel .. Canaveral St, died Thursday J. W. Carlile and Andra 0. bearers are H. C. Morgan, Get
a BA classification to allow the in New Smyrna Beach after Carlile, both of Titusville and a Boyd, Walter Giles, E. A. Mor
operation of a used car lot was The FBI identified the others Offered a long Illness.A sister, Mrs. Jettie Cottrell, also Alan Taylor, Charles E.
foe-long resident and a of Titusvffle.
tho lone request winning the arrested or charged as:
L. member of a pioneer North Funeral services will be held Interment win be In the fam
nod of the commission by a vote Bernard Akin, 50, a Merid-
of 4-0, with Spangler and Sim- Ian salesman; Earl B. Akin, 32, rr I TIT Brevard family Mrs. Hall was Saturday at 2 pm. at Smith ily plot at LaGrange Cemetery
onet abstaining due to conflict a Meridian trailer salesman; I' By born Feb. 2e, 1897, and was a Funeral Chapel with Dr. W. S. under the direction of S m I t''J
of interests. Jimmy Arledge 27, a Meridian H member of the Baptist church. Hardin, pastor of First Baptist Funeral Home.Don't .

Rezoning requests recommended truck driver; Horace D. Bar- CAROUSEL, Rodgers and I ,:
for denial or tabled, Included nette, 25, a salesman formerly I F3 Hammerstein's poignant I love I
: of Meridian; Travis M Bar story, will open tonight at the
Winnell F. Pope's request for nette, M, part-owner and opera: Titusville Little Theater BuildIng ForgetTITUSVILLE
rezoning of her property located tor of a Meridian garage. I on Carlisle Street
on the south side of King Also, Otha Neal Burkes, 71. a I 1A1 i Billy BIgelow (John Hogan), a
Street from R-1B to a BR classification -I Philadelphia Police Department __. barker for a carousel, falls In SCHOOL BAND
to allow her to expand patrolman; Olen L. Homage 34.1 love with Julie (Elma Scott),
her business and separate the! a t trucking company operator but is unable to tell her until ASSOCIATION
snack bar from the retail groc Philadelphia; James T. Harris, it is too late. His love is pouredout V
ery, which Is presently a nonconforming 3D, a Meridian truck driver In the moving song "If I I I II
use, was recommended -! Frank J. Herndon, 46, who runsa Loved You," and to his daughter : I I
for denial by a vote I of drive-in restaurant in Meridian In "You'll Never Walk
; Tommy A. Horne, 28, of Alone". TREE SALE
42.The request of Dellolude, Inc. Meridian, owner of a plumbing Nettle (June Carter) leads the
up for reconsideration after having firm in Bonita, Miss. I clam bake in the rousing, "This .j
been previously recommended Also Edgar Ray Killen, 39, a Was A Real Nice Clam Bake. ae
changed from T classification minister, farmer and sawmill while Carrie (Jewel Bradflcld( )) ;; STARTS DECEMBER llth
to BP, was unanimously operator in Union; Billy Wayne and Enoch Snow (Bob Stiff) car. 1
recommended for denial on Posey, 28, of Philadelphia, operator ry on their romance with the v
application for BR (business, of a WilliamsviUe service laughing tune "When I Marry PLENTY OF TREES ALL SIZES
retail). This property is locatedon station; Alton Wayne Roberts, STARRING IN CAROUSEL-Elma Scott and John Mr. Snow. -
the southwest corner of U.S. 28, a Meridian salesman Hogan, portraying leading characters in Titusville Many other songs blend to BALSAM VERMONT SPRUCE NOVA SCOTIA BALSAM
1 and Plnehurst Street, pres. Also Jimmy Snowden, 31, a Little Theatre's last of the make this one of the nicest holiday PENNSYLVANIA SCOTCH PINE
production I e a Ion."Carousel"
ently occupied by the Blue Boy Meridian truck driver; Jimmy treats to be experienced. ATKIRK'S -
Drive-In. The board cited the Lee Townsend, 17, of Philadel- are shown rehearsing some of the shows Carousel will also be presented
nearness of Rlverview Elementary phla, a service station attend popular songs with musical director Jake Hanne- Saturday and the following PLAZA PARKING LOT
School and Titusville High ant at WilUamsviUe; and Oily man. The musical opens tonight and will be repeated week-end Dec. 11 and 12. AND -
School to the site In expressing er R. Warner Jr., 54,, a Meridian Call Elnora Robinson, 2670259for
their disfavor of the BR zon grocery store operator. Saturday and next weekend. Curtain time is 8:15.: your reservations. Curtain INDIAN RIVER PLAZA PARKING LOT

ing.The The FBI refused to say where Carlson Photo. time is 8:15: p.m.
rezoning request of Kath. the arrested men were being
lean O'Mara and Betty Griffin taken. It was thought they wouldbe
was tabled by the commission taken to< Meridian for :arraignment TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER PHONE AM 7-1511 STORE HOURS: 10 AM. TO 9 P.M.
until the next meeting. The re
quest was for rezoning of a 70 It was a dreary, dismal day
ft. lot on the west side of Bryan with heavy overcast as the ar
Avenue from BA classifies rests-which had been expectedcame CHEERY CHRISTMAS GIFTS
tlon to R2 to< allow a duplex : swiftly
apartment and the 70 is 10 feet Price said he released the ndsc
short of footage required for a trio six hours later-around 10
duplex. p.m.-after Chaney put up $20
Under new business, the fol ball bond. The deputy said the IiLr
lowing rezoning applications youths headed toward Meridian.
were read, to be acted upon at
the next regular meeting: an.They were not seen alive
William Davis request for rezoning again.
of his property located it Their disappearance shockedthe
858 Forrest St. (Lot 10 Bon Air nation and touched off the ..
Subdivision) from its present most Intensive search in Mississippi Mandarin
1MB classification to a BR classification history. The White i
to allow him to< have House took an active interest
a soft drink and candy shop.
,; Lounge Sleeper
An administrative amendment Sunday Chicken ;
requested by City Council
for property being developed by Dinner To Be Held % 1\\ 12.98
Sea Coast Construction Company
At IRC Fire
t / presently known as Indian "
11 River Heights. This was overlooked D Baby doll all lace, all lined
when the zoning ordinance planned Sunday by the chicken Women's dinner Auxil Is I PA) 1t iir pajamas. Accented with frog
and map was revised iary to the Titusville Fire Department closing. Complete. with full
June t,, 1964. The rezoning re to benefit the North t/ I s lace pantie. Styled by Gly.
quest Is from GU to R-1B. Brevard YMCA. dons. Available in Black or

II IIa M rezoning G. S. Goshorn's of the south request 150 feet for of Mrs.the auxiliary D. 0. Kieffer, said, that presidentof people !( / / j, 4 1 I' o:11 \ \ White. Small, Medium, Large. a

a on Garden
Street at Ignore r
are to stop by Fire
and Petty Circle from an Station No. S (former Indian /Ai\\;
t HI classification to BA class 1 River City Volunteer Fire Department
store fication to allow a convenlenco )) on the corner of Magnolia c d \ '
and Coquina after church \ / ) \
r Request by Canaveral Hill Es for dinner. Dinner will be
I tates for rezoning of property 1 located ed from 12 noon until I p.m. hI
on the west side of Rt Proceeds from the dinner will lri 5l
classification toward
go equipment for the
to R 3.

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ZoningContinued ArrestsContinued Carousel Pioneer Resident Dies Thursday: Funeral Saturday I

MM. Irene Carttle) Hall, 17, of She Is survived by two broth Church officiating. Casket
From Page 1 From Page 1 4St Canaveral st., died Thursday era, J. W. Carlile and Andra 0. i bearers are H. C. Morgan, Guy
in New Smyrna Beach aftera Carrie, both of Titusville and a.. Boyd, Walter Giles, E. A. Mor-
a BA classification to allow the Thornell. OfferedBy long illness.A sister, Mrs. Jettie Cottrell, also i gan, Allan Taylor, Charles E.
of used lot The FBI identified the others
operation a car was McConnelL
life-long resident and a of Titusville.
tho lone request winning the arrested or charged as: member of a pioneer North Funeral services will be held Interment win be In the family
nod of the commission vote Bernard L. Akin, 50, a Meridian
by a
Brevard family, Mrs. Han was Saturday at 2 p.m. at Smith i plot at LaGrange Cemetery
of 4-0 with and Sim. salesman Earl B. Akin, 32, NT
Spangles ; M born Feb. 28, 1897, and was a Funeral Chapel with Dr. W. S. under the direction of Smith
onet due to conflict a Meridian trailer salesman
abstaining ;
Funeral Home.
member of the Baptist church. Hardin, pastor of First Baptist
of interests. Jimmy Arledge, 27, a Meridian: e
Rezoning requests recommended truck driver; Horace D. Bar- f CAROUSEL, Rodgers and Ii 4i\
for denial or tabled, included nette, 25, a salesman formerlyof Hammersteln's poignant love
: Meridian; Travis M Bar- story, will open tonight at the
Winnell F. Pope's request for nette, 36, part-owner and opera Titusville Little Theater Building Don't ForgetTITUSVILLE
rezoning of her property bested tor of a Meridian garage. on Carlisle Street.
on the south side of King Also, Otha Neal Burkes, 71, a 1 Billy Bigelow (John Hogan), a
Street from R-IB to a BR classification Philadelphia Police Department barker for a carousel, fails in SCHOOL BAND
to allow her to expand patrolman; Olen L Burrage, 34. love with Julie (Elms Scott),
her business and separate the I a trucking company operator in but Is unable to tell her untilit ASSOCIATION
snack bar from the retail grocery Philadelphia; James T Harris, f Is too late. His love Is pouredout 4
which Is presently a non- 30, a Meridian truck driver; in the moving song "If I
conforming use, was recommended Frank: J. Herndon, 46, who runsa Loved You," and to his daughter : .
for denial by a vote of drive-in restaurant In Meridi. In "You'll Never Walk SALE
i 42. an; Tommy A. Home, 28, of Alone". TREE
t The request of Dellolude, Tnc. Meridian, owner of a plumbing Nettle (June Carter) leads the -
up for reconsideration after having firm in Bonita, Miss. clam bake in the rousing "This .
been previously recommended Also Edgar Ray Killen, 3I\ 4. Was A Real Nice Clam Bake" r' :
changed from T classification minister, farmer and sawmill while Carrie (Jewel Bradfield) r : STARTS DECEMBER 11th
to BP, was unanimously operator In Union; Billy Wayne M., and Enoch Snow (Bob Stiff) carry
recommended for denial on Posey, 28, of Philadelphia, operator on their romance with the
application for BR (business, of a Wllllamsvllle service laughing tune "When I Marry PLENTY OF TREES ALL SIZES
retail). This property Is locatedon station; Alton Wayne Roberts, STARRING IN CAROUSEL-Elma Scott and John Mr. Snow."
the southwest corner of U.S. 26, a Meridian salesman. Hogan, portraying leading characters in Titusville Many other songs blend to BALSAM VERMONT SPRUCE NOVA SCOTIA BALSAM
1 and Pinehurst Street, pres. Also Jimmy Snowden, 31, a Little Theatre's last production of the season, make this one of the nicest holiday PENNSYLVANIA SCOTCH PINE
Blue Meridian truck driver Jimmy treats to be experienced. ATKIRK'S -
ently occupied by the Boy ; -
Lee Townsend 17 of Philadelphia "Carousel", are shown rehearsing some of the shows Carousel will also be
Drlve-ln. The board cited the presented
nearness of Rlvervlew Elementary a service station attendant popular songs with musical director Jake Hanne- Saturday and the following
School and Titusville High at Wllllamsvllle; and Oliver man. The musical opens tonight and will be repeated week-end Dec. 11 and 12. -AND-
School to the site in expressingtheir R. Warner Jr., 54, a Meridian Saturday and next weekend. Curtain time is 8:15.: Call Elnora Robinson, 2670259for ) INDIAN RIVER PLAZA PARKING LOT
disfavor of the BR zon grocery store operator. your reservations. Curtain
ing. The FBI refused to say where -Carlson Photo. time Is 8:15: p.m.
The rezoning request of Kathleen the arrested men were being
O'Mara and Betty Griffin taken. It was thought they wouldbe
was tabled by the commission taken to Meridian for :arraignment TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER PHONE AM 7-1511 STORE HOURS: 10 AM. TO 9 P.M.

until the next meeting. The request -i
was for rezoning of a 70 It was a dreary, dismal day 1
ft lot on the west side of Bryan with heavy overcast as the or-
Avenue from BA classification rests-which had been expectedcame CHEERY CHRISTMAS GIFTS
to R-2 to allow a duplex swiftly.
apartment and the 70 Is 10 feet Price said he released the illo(
short of footage required for a trio six hours later-around 10
duplex. pm.-after Chancy put up $20
Under new business, the following bail bond. The deputy said the
rezoning applicationswere youths headed toward Meridian.
read, to be acted upon at
the next regular meeting: an.They were not seen alive 't
William Davis' request for re- again. y 1ay
coning of his property located at Their disappearance shockedthe
858 Forrest St. (Lot 10 Bon Air I nation and touched off the I
Subdivision) from its present most intensive search in Mississippi L Mandarin
R-1B classification to a BR classification history The White I y
to allow him to have House took an active interest
a soft drink and candy shop. : Lounge Sleeper
administrative amendment Sunday Chicken 1'A
requested by City Council C
for property being developed by Dinner To Be Held .1(2( ? 12.98
Sea Coast Construction Company
At IRC Fire Station
presently known as Indian Baby doll all lined
River Heights. This was over- i A Sunday chicken dinner is .- .. pajamas. Accented with frog
looked when the toning ordinance .
't planned by the Women's Auxil closing. Complete with full
map was revised
iary to the Titusville Fire
Department '
June e, 1964. The rezoning request to benefit the North J t a lace pantie. Styled by Gly-
is from GU to R-1B. Brevard YMCA. dons. Available in Black or ,r'

I. G. S. Goshorn's request for Mrs. D. 0. Kleffer, presidentof 0' White. Small, Medium, Large.
1 rezoning of the south 150 feet of the auxiliary, said that people \
a lot on Garden Street at J.e- are Invited to stop by Fire / t +
T f nore and Petty Circle from an Station No. 3 (former Indian : \
classification to BA classi River City Volunteer Fire Department :
fication to allow a conveniencestore. ) on the corner of Mag-- '
tolia and Coquina after church
I Request by Canaveral Hill Es for' dinner. Dinner will be served ?
tates for rezoning of property located from 12 noon until 8 p.m. l 1
on the west side of Rt. Proceeds from the dinner will jt //6
405 from R-lb classification go toward equipment for the .
to RS.

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