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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 9, 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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lt f 84th Year No. 148 Pages Today Titusville. Florida, Wednesday December 9, 1964 Per Copy Publi ftedy Irs. t4edo a'_ and Fridays

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GI ; I Yuty fcDY (AP>-The J
+ .. 1 }; ;4hty: tried to launch adunnwjWd
x ; Gemini two-man

w. .,z ti Public rI F capsule on a re-entry andrecovery
tent today but last sec
ond t r o ubi I e resulted in shutdown I

/; a Hearing after the Titan 2 booster
rocket engine was Ignited. I

f Shortly after the shutdown,
I the National Aeronautics and
TonightA h p a f' e Administration announced f

postponement of the effort
special mooting of the for the day No new launch-
v : ::: ;', ; '' city council will be held at
y j date
s r : ,; .: 'jw .1 Ing was set Immediately

r. :- .. .., "f ..'*''t>"" ."J .\, "" .f.,.,).; : "o:..".'. t' >f ",e 7:31 chambers tonight for In the the council of I when the countdown reachedone I'I'I
'> w:.'. ) purpose second, flames burst from
I' '; -. ; ,; ; .: : : ; r hearing objections to the proposed F the ba.se of the 90-foot-tall rocket .

;". '' ..j <';'';""r .' .. .J.,.. t !I':'.. tt. '" it: ,,'(""' "' sidewalk construction But they died quickly and
< -' '. ..;t'-, :' :' rN. : '_.1 : .: t.f," 1 .,,, program under consideration. the Titan 2 remained locked
..n.....""J..". "'......'".""""."_''''_' '.'' ..r.....,-"'L."" .-_""-r ...._1 ..,.._' ._._:. .....:._.1"....J-'," -_,,_d'_,.t...'}t.ik..u..r..A'...:.10 & ., !.;,&a_ At Hill mooting the council firmly on its pad, surrounded
will consider the objections by a cloud of reddish orange
Whispering Hills Country Club and Golf Course. Scene of Zoning Problem. and protest, If a n". smoke and apparently undamaged. -

and may confirm, amend, .
modify or rescind the resolution The Titan: 2 and the 6,9(10-(
of necessity passed recently j I
pound space craft were saved
Whispering Hills Club In calling for the Mo-- a j I from possible destruction by anI
walk program, and shall determine I electronic system which detected
whether said I Improvements and
something wrong sent a
shall be made
atgmsl l tu stop the engines.
and how the cost will bo Titan 2 first has
I The stage
Under Fire On UsesThe paid. two engines generating a total
The proposed construction thrust of 420.000:( pounds.
program Includes over nine I Massive steel arms are designed

old and sedate Whisper., The City Manager Cleveland prepared for defense. He Informed Hills Golf Associates, who operated miles of sidewalks, by and I PLAN FOR DANCE -Steve Fantano. left chainuan I I to hold the rocket on the

ing Hills Country Club, once the Talmadge told the council he the council that Shabus : the club, said the club had largo school, for the children purpose off of arter getting of Jaycee New Year Eve Dance, works out final pad for 3 8 seconds after engine
center of elite social life of Ti detail with John Doll, district manager of Royal ignition to give the elcctromle
had mailed a letter to Shabuson had acted In good faith and hire been operated as a private Ul highways and streets on system a chance to find trouble.
tusville has been reduced in Castle. Royal Castle will cater breakfast to all who
that he ed local but the attorney membership club until recently, their tu and from school.
and Nov. 5, explaining a attorney way attend the dance. S-A Photo. I If there Is none, the arms J
glamor prestige by charges -
from that it has was operating in contrast to zoning informed him the latter about IV 8-5V. He said the nightclub Objections are expected iwlng back and free the boost
neighbors laws and gave him 30 daysin part of last week that he could activities had begun after from a cltliens committee I '
become a noisy and dangerous not handle the case due to a conflict that time. which has threatened a er.The
which to come into city hall shot was planned as the I
detriment to the raise, Bulkhead Fill Plans
place, a ApprovedFor '
of children. and work the matter out. The of interest. Mrs. Shabus told the council lull ever the method by which final rehearsal for the rocket
ing I letter was sent, he said, be- Godbolt said the club had been she and her husband operateda tho city has announced Inten and the spacecraft before M- !
At City Council meeting last. nice club, and would not allow lions of financing the project:
cause of three formal complaints operated for many yearsas tronauu Virgil L Grlssom and
right, Mrs. Perry lUpple, an' from nearby residents, a night club and that a license any "dn thi" to habit the a 51 per cent assessment by Thompson By Cily Council John W. Young ride a similar:

"I, evident leader of a protesting complaining about the opera had been issued to Shabus premises. the property owners and the one In the first American two-
group of near *( by residents to tions. recently and the license was issued Porter said that the former liter 51 per cent by the city. Tltusvtllo City Council 111 t veloper or until work was start man night a few months from

i c I the club, charged the club had Shabus, represented by Gene 'I properly. zoning under the town of Whispering School board participation has night approved the bulkhead ed or performance bond pout now.

t I created an unhealthy atmosphere Godbolt of McGuIre, Vortices Wendell Sease, a councilmanand Hills did not permit the also boon announced by t h o plans and the division of responsibilities ed. The plan called for a 1,600-
for the raising of chile and Wells of Orlando, ask long time member of the activities of a dance hall, and ".JKt. mile an hour luborbltal flight
dren.I. ed council for an extension of I club in past year's and past the council had accepted that The determination of the as to constructionand nit plant must go to Corpsof of 11 minutes to a landing In

fall to understand entirely 15 days, saying that he was not president of the Whisperingterm (Continued On Page 22)) city council after the public financial obligation on the Engineer and Internal Improvement the Atlantic Ocean ,150 miles
why this place la operating at hearing tonight will bo final plans for Rodney Thompson. Board for final approval southeast of Cape Kennedy

all," Mrs. Ripple charged the and conclusive, City Manager Thompson hoi proponed to Ships and plane were readied
council in allowing the club to Cleveland Talmadge has stated. for recovery of the capsule; aft.er
South Lake School bulkhead and fill a portion or J
Elementary "If. the council determines
have night club acts, and reminded submerged land north of t lie a parachute landing. .. >'
Special Session
them that the zoning did to proceed tilth inch Improvements yacht basin at the east end 01 f {
not allow such business activi ae proposed of hi an For BoardA
ties. ?*.--.-. .* amended of modified. form ,It Buffalo Mid, for a new fflch Zoning Council OkaysEx'

\, "Surely you must be blind If Bids Board shall. adept a resolution determining basin and restaurant special meeting, of the Plan-
Okayed By Tuesdayplans '' The previous request' wn
he added.
to proceed.,
you didn't know It's going on, turned down because of the extension mill and Zoning Commlawlon njlon Of
she said. She added that the
has been called
of the outfall line from for Thursday,
club began in this night club and type had Construction on the new 30- In September.The for four Junior high the clly sewage plant, also In Doc 10, at 1:30 p.m. to con-

been activity engaged September in it since that classroom elementary school board voted to reject the schools in the county, one of that area, but the state board of. alder a parking plait for a shop V/Jcr/ On 405
time. She reminded the council along Garden Street in W e 11 bids on the addition to the Minis which la to be constructed in i health has lessened its requirements ping center
Elementary School, becausethe the Indian River City area. Bids and has put the ccwt of
of the murder at the City Council has authorized/
country Titusville is to
expected get underway -
bid price exceeded the arch are to be opened at 4 p.m. Dec such extension In perspective.The The meeting war called! by be
club several when a agreement drawn between
years ago I In the next few days as itect's estimate by more than 22. j city will install a 24 inch Chairman Dkk Slmonct at the the and First Florida Utlli-
man with "four or five chil action city
result of taken at Tuesday's +
a ConstructionCo. line 100 the
125,000. Kennedy outfall feet
for additions pant
dren" was killed. She said she school board session. Preliminary plans request of City Manager lava ties to allow the city to extern
was low bidder at $108,835. Pineda Harbor new bulkhead line and fill lluf-
to l'
saw the man run out of the door land B. Talmadge to consider an eight inch water line
The board voted to award the This will be advertised and Sabal Schools falo Road extension. Tho cost Road
project re Elementary .
and fall dead as she watched the parking plan for the Center: S R. 403 to Knox McRae ;
contract for construction of tho and, since it is to be I were approved. I will be less the $ ,000 required
from her home. located the to serve Royal Oaks develop
at southeast
facility to the low bidder Ken completed in 150 days, there I Contract for drainage work at ,, for fill which will be borne by ment.
She pointed out that the area of Garden Street and Singleton
neth Reed Construction Co., will be ample time for it to be :Titusville High[\ was awarded to 4-% Thompson. The city's total will The original plan was to extend -
surrounding the club was residential Avenue, under the Hardship Ordinance
but left several recommended the Tackett Construction Co. at come to $11,260.Thompson .
completed by lumml'r.The a
the line to Lakefront E*>
and asked the council to which gives the city I
changes up to the administrate board final bid of % V4UI.
approved $ ates and tap onto a First Ftor
activities. will the *
put a stop to the staff the school planning I provide fill manager authority to Issue per.
The activities around which for Buffalo Road, and fill an access mite Ida line there, but City Manager ,
with of the
the complaints seem to center State department Department approval of Education.It ; Bill Seeks 20 Acres road along the cast line of Cleveland Talmadge taM

are the nightly dances at the is felt that a few changes the railroad, provide 300 feet Post Office To Be more developments could be
country club, presently featurIng will reduce the $609,000 bid of corrugated bulkhead on the served through the extension to
the "Skunks", a Beatle-type price I north line of Buffalo Road, pro.vide Open Saturday P.M. Knox McRae Road.
by to 15,000 or 20000.
outfit that specializes In rock The up Reed firm was low bid For GENESYS Site 80 feet of concrete bulk. The agreement, If approved
and roll music. I head, at the east end of Buffalo for the convenience of local 'qr First Florida would enable
der by nearly $40,000.
Tom Lookabaugn a residentof Road. This will come to a total .residents, the TltiuvtUe Port he city to extend' Its services to
Plans call for construction of
Whispering Hills, ac ,i'ed the !he building within 220 days,thus WASHINGTON (AP) Members Broward Culpepper executive I of $12,200 to be paid by Thomp Office will be open on Saturday that area until the purchase of
city attorney, Dave Porter, of of Floe lda'e congressional son. afternoon Dec. 12 and Dtc 19. drat Florida Is finalized. If the
being ready during the summer director of the Board of Control -" -- --
not using police powers he delegation and the University It was pointed out that the According to Postmaster Herman purchase fails through, the
and in of time for the ,
(Lookabaugb) alledged Porter plenty of the 196546! school Board of Control have drafteda worked on the bin Tuesday II fat Slums city would not begin my actual Wattwond the office( will agreement would allow the city
had when It came to his attention opening biD asking Congress to give will be Introduced early In January work until such time w a buildIng be open until 5.30: p.m. or later to dtoconnect the line with tIC)

that the club was operating the state title to 20 acres Inside and Is similar to one Introduced permit was Issued to the de If necessary, i uUlgaUn to either party.ONTHTssifEFloniD .

I illegally, as charged. Civic Center To the Cape Kennedy missile base In the last session.An Toll Phone
Porter, prior to his opinion of
for a state engineering school.
aide to Edward Gtveel
Be Heated Cooled Rep
whether the club, operated by ,
The state wants permanent R-Fla. said of the
Mr. and Mrs. John Shabus Sr., passage I a r1r
title to the land for constructionof
Brevard Mechanical Systems bill would enable the university
were ordinance operating against defended the zonIng was awarded contract for heating facilities to bowie an extension to clear title to the land tt now Calls Must

the, himself \ and air conditioning the In- I. of the University of Florida wen under a Ie....
of Look-
against charges
dian River Civic Association College of Engineering. With a clear title, the university
abaugh, saying it was up to him
to rule on the legality not to luilding, with a low bid: of $4,. ,I The congressional: delegation could spend funds on permanent ContinueExtended I '
act as police. m. and a group headed by Dr facilities. 's

local telephone service MODERN DRIVE INN THEATPE

CHa mmnooNHf between exchanges In t B e
various cures of Brevard ha TO DCCOMODIlIf sn EAce r

been found to be economically ) ,
Impractical, Southern Bell Telephone ,
authority have announced I
today. The extended
coverage would be allowed local
cans between exchangee. '

Pat Blunter, manager for
Southern Bet! Telephone Co nv '
r'' 'out' 1
peel has completed a study I Inrb
) ,
a .n '1,4f which considered the cost Involved s a
%NLY I In providing additional

extended area local telephone
service between KM exchanges
12saa I in Brevard County. I II

I Extended area service eliminates ,
us keg durance charges between
the two exchange so connected /
DAYSLEFT but would involve higher I
d local! telephone rates accordIng -

to a statewide rate ached- c-O\Tr.tt'11t; ; :) r&: ,:;\;3 J It. 110. ,if; ':\ f ;::ca'; Hand. The
ale authorized fur Southern BellAs
the misty to growing rap- Tu, .:lc *,tf" ', em!J b I 'r.! Jimmy ale w. i,,' t..t.cd, nn state road

INDIAN RIVER FRUIT SHIPPED- about 1,000 shipment daily and soon Idly and as eettng Interest tee: shown diiplii, :lu, a .I.,:"i ainioum .tij( 4 <)..: peuL 1 d l m the near fu-

Clifford Allen, assistant agent for will be making many more. Indian tweea the esehaogra grows, the i'/n tiuc'iun; of a new drive-In ture. Tugjle( also announced that a new

REA, Is shown checking shipments of River fruit is well known for I Mi quality Southern Bed decided to look .to- IbM*,. Tugglc, who to the Iota city indoor tfeeler would be built by
Indian Hirer fruit to be shipped to all and bas long had the reputation to the economic featifctttty of manager for the Orange 8tt Theaters Orange State TbeatcAifl south Titus-

parts of the world. Allen acid that at of befeff the bet on the market prop addttkm*! extended Inc., akt that the theater would wills in the future ft\ Photo.

the present time they are aeadto, .A PM&o. (tarlmiod On 9fo 22) have space for :900 care and will have $1.


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Pago ) TltutvIHe' (Florida), $tar-Advecah Wednesday, December ", 1044 ,
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Titusville (Florida) Star- dY cat. Behind The ScenesBy Selection, ResponsibilitiesOf BOB HUDSON'S

OPIl 4 Published Established 1880 Reynolds KnIght problems of flooding, stalling) Court Jurors ExplainedThe MULLET
NEW YORK With the and gas waste created by conditions -

ACnvs A Wednesdays, and Fridays Christmas shopping rush well of chain saw use selection of Jurors became Florida Statutes, Chapter WRAPPERThere

By TltuivUle Star-Advocate, Inc. under way it is good to know For spring IMS, a new garden the responsibility of the 40.08 Persons exempt from
O that each of us, man, woman sprayer, adjustable from s oft Commissioners of Jurors. jury duty. The following persons

'"' 0 At The Star-Advocate Building and child has nearly $ZOO in mist to sharp jet Celanese plastic The present commissionersare and none others, shall be
cash. At least the U.S. Treasury material of nozzle reputedly from (1) By
g110tt 1100 S. Hopkins Ave Phillip A. Crannell of Titus exempt jury duty ( brave Who would have ever .
were some guessed
Department that on resistant to corrosion from wide Jnrlnn-
reports of bodily
i villa who serves the north half reason age or
Sept 30 each of us had $197." range of chemicals used In of the county from the north county ity. All persons more than 65 youngsters and young ladles on before the football season

MEMBER: Florida Press Asia; National Editorial Ass'n and In purse or pocket a figure garden sprays For travel line to Bellwood site of I 1 years of age, and all persons Saturday and we sincerely started, that:
Coach Graves'
Press from Ray FliridaGators
reached by dividing money in ers, a new on-the-spot pressIng the Orlando Utilities Commission subject to any bodily Infirmity hope they didn't stufer

Henry H. Hudson Pres. Hazel Treaews' Ylce.-Pres. circulation ($38lM,434,3 by pad of thick foam rubber 1. Indian River plant WillisA amounting to disability (2)) By colds. would wind up the Mason
Hudson with 7-3 record?
with scorch heat-re These were the scouts, majorettes ]- a
Robert H. Secy our population. a resistant : Morton of Rockledge serves reason of position or occupa
Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor : aluminum slllcone I etc. who marched and That all 'Gator !losses wouldbe
H. -
Henry Hudson irculationMgr.\ Apparently encouraged by fleeting from Bellwood to the south county Uon. Attorneys and counsellors, ,
David Dunn. Rutherford Classified Adv. Mgr. this, Americans have started cloth cover New and unusual editorial and news department the pretty gals and women to bowl-bound teams -
Raymond B. off on what promises to be the oil finish that penetrateswood workers of dally and weekly who stood firm and erect atop F.S.U., Alabama and Georgia?

Second-Pus Postage Paid at TltusvUlo, Florida spendlngest Christmas season to make It 25 per cent Statutes, Chapter newspapers, and those who floats, facing the drizzling rain That the 'Gators would give
ever, with one forecaster making harder. Brushed on, or wiped on 40.10, Duties of CommissionersThe edit and broad- that turned into showers several the number one team in the nation
Subscription Rates: Jury commlsssoners shall gather, prepare, I Alabama its closest
the prediction that each with a cloth, the oil sinks Into times along the parade
and television I
for radio
Carrier Home Delivery -1 Yr. $7.80 Mo. $4.00 -I .25 select and list not than cast news I of the
$2.000 more scare season?
In nation will the wood. natural finish
the Helps put
family spendat
By Mall In Florida 1 Yr. $6 50 6 Mo. $3.50 S Mo. stations, officers of the route.
Outside Florida 1 Yr. $7 JO a Mo. $ .oo 3 Mo. 12.>> least $170 for gifts, for a total on such woods as walnut, 10,000 inhabitants known or be- university, officers of colleges, I We offer our congratulations That the 'Gators would win
lieved to be qualified under the over the other bowl
of $9.5 billion.Meanwhile cherry, oak. and teachers of incorporated to all who participated those -bound
law to be jurors who, even If preceptors I teams L.S.U. and Mlsals-
3,250 miles south Bits 0' Business The aver. teachersof firms who sponsored floats, and
of Santa's legendary North Pole age American in 1963 paid out exempt, have not filed a writ i the Jaycees, along with the sippi?

EditorialsAn headquarters, a leading manu $235 In state and local taxes and ten claim of exemption from physicians common and schools, practicing, pharmaclsts people who backed the parade That the 'Gators would wind
facturer of toys for pre school taxpayers in New York paid the surgeons with up in a tie for second place in
ministers of the money.
age children Is working round. most, $327, according to C o m- v ,,,. -' ,\"" ..1 Christian Science practitioners popel I the_ Southeastern Conference?
Adverse the rain, it was a or mat the 'Gators
Die-clock to provide Its share of merce Clearing House I Despite wouldn'twin
the 18 million toys delivered effects of the General Motors and readers, fine effort to present Central the "championship" of the

Overriding QuestionFurther Christmas morning. Fisher. strike in October Includeda ,'..... .... Telegraph operators engineers, all superintendents and Florida's prettiest parade. State of Florida and would win
of East Aurora N.Y. of cent In factory the "championship"
Price Co., drop one per I : :; train despatchers on railroadsin I of the
tells the world "Our Work isCh1Id'a orders from the Septemberlevel I ( .. states of Mississippi and Louisiana -
tax reduction extending over a periodof operation, ten active memo In commenting on the open and
Play. And means It, ev the Commerce Depart miss by the narrow.
years, is a bipartisan pledge. During the cam ery word. ment states He-opening of : : bers of any hand fire company, convertibles in which city and est of margins the "state title" "
Century of Technical Prog the steel workers' contract in :' six active members of any hose county officials rode at the of Alabama?
candidates of both parties .S' ..
paign, it was stressed by ress Today's technological January probably will lead to l "' M company, either paid or voluntary head of the parade, one wag

seeking offices from the presidency on down the list. changes are coming faster than steel stockpiling by consumers, ;' t/,., ,lj.; 20 active members of any said it looked like to him that

So far, so good. But unless the warning signs ever before In American his. the Industry believes The ;' '. : t' hook and ladder company. "some people just don't know I There's one advantage of being

to more inflation which simply tory and actually are settingthe nation's economic growth in :{ The officers of each fire, hook enough to get in out of the poor it doesn't cost any
now pointing "
stage for another Industrial 1965 will be only slightly less and ladder company shall, on rain" Hope he wasn't serious. thing.

means more degradation of the already cheapened revolution, in the opinion of than In 1964, one of America's the first day in January, file -.

dollar- are recognized and acted upon tax reduc- alumni of the Columbia University largest banks predicts.'roday with the. clerk of the circuit Heard about a woman the

tion may prove a cruel hoax. More dollars in your School of Engineering court of the county' a list of and Welcome Mrs. Jim to Farrer.Titusville Jim Mr.is I other day who thinks she has
the members of their
less and Ie... and Applied Science. respective proved that kissing spreads the
da( us no good if they buy
pockets the new
which said
InHistory companies
Marking the centennial of the common cold all because she
The first step U t balanced budget. That requires school, Its graduates were asked iIIPAllllp companies have been respectively r Greater Titus hasn't had one in 15 years.

a to -to-bottom pruning of all government ex to evaluate America's engineering selected to be exempt vile Chamber -

penditures and all government activities which are advances since 1864 anda for the ensuing year, and the of Commerce .
commissioners shall omit the executive
majority cited control of atomIc -
non-essential. And this involves much more than energy and Its application to ----.- said names from the list to be manager I

sporadic efforts to increase administrative efficiency peaceful uses as the top devel- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A. CranMll selected by them. and we're

within various departments and to reduce the administrative opment of the century. Today is Wednesday, Dec. I, Only the persons named on glad he is
the 344th of 1964. There
day are jury duty as hereinafter provided such lists shall be and Farrer rolling his
Peaceful uses of atomic energy exempt, up
overhead. The really great savingscan 22 days left in the year.Today's the exact number to be if this
are bringing a profound no list be filed before the sleeves and getting into
be made, and only made by rigorously exclud- change in nearly every aspectof highlight in history: determined by the senior circuit selection by the commissioners, new Job. Jim has much experience -''

ing government from any field in which the need American life, the engineers On this date in 1935, the Five- Judge of the circuit court; there shall be no exemption. and certainly his abound-'I'

enterprise.The noted. Such applications include Power Naval Conference open provided, however, that whenno In reviewing the above statutes leg energy, as demonstrated
taxpaying private
can be met by agriculture, medicine and all ed in London with the United number is fixed by the circuit it is suggested that qualified during his years as state execu-

outstanding example here Is public or socialized the sciences, as well as aidingIn States proposing a 20 per cent judge the commission shall electors who find them- tive secretary for the Jaycees,

electric power. Along with the tax reduce the creation of new products reduction in armaments. select a list of 10,000 jurors. selves exempt from Jury duty will give Titusville a lift 11fif

tion plans, it is proposed that expenditures for the and new industries. On this date: In making the selection and due to age or bodily Infirmity We would also like to say a

Rural Electrification Program will be materially In Second place on the engineers' In 1844, the question of an- preparation of. said lists, the Inquire of the jury commissioners word of "thank you" to Chuck
list went to space exploration nexing the Republic of Texas jury commission may confer as to their status and if Morley, who( filled in during the
creased. Various socialized power projects, all subsldlied and the possibility of landing a was debated In Congress.In with the judge or one or more need be file an affidavit of exemption time between Jack Schweins-

In one way or another by the taxpayers all man on the moon within this lI88D, President RutherfordB. of the judges of the circuit now. Those who are berg's leaving and Jim's

contributing to the deficit, are sure to be urged. Yet decade. Manned orbital flight, Hayes opened the Chicago court of such county, and shall exempt by reason of position or "checking In." Chuck always

that there U need they agreed, has overshadowedthe Auditorium. have the power, without chargeor occupation would do( well to does a good job whenever he is
the record shows, Irrefutably, no original 1903 flight by the cost, to examine at any reasonable inquire as to whether the jury asked. '
that cannot be met, with maxlhium Brothers More widespread In 1901, Gabriele D'Annunzizo'a -
for power anywhere Wright. time all documents and commissioners are aware of BYSAVIN'
"Francesca da Rimini"was
efficiency, by the heavily taxed Investor-owned use of electricity and first played with Eleanor records in the office of the their exemption, and If not, file Seems as though Miss Universe -
electronics was regarded as the clerk of the circuit court and of an affidavit to cover. and Miss U.S.A. aorta SAM

utilities. third most Important advance of Duse starring. any other county officials as to Such action at this time will "broke up" the Cape on Satur
Every federal appropriation should be examined the century. In 1941, Japanese troops land- persona who have been listed, prevent those so covered from day afternoon. Th. big thing after ,.u',.

with this question In mind: Is It necessary can Ear Drop Cuts Corn Crop ed In the Philippines.In summoned, not found, served or being placed on the jury list. According to reports the men M "It not to break your hip.

we do without it? If that question Is honestly answered Weather conditions in the Corn 1944, the U. S. 3rd Army excused as jurors, and all The statutes provide that if at the cape, Involved in a mis If s hard for;n empty tick
reduced Belt get a large part of the cracked the Maglnot Line on books, records and lists in the electors' names appear on the sue preliminary "countdown" to stand upright.-Benjamin
balanced and taxes
the budget can blame for a 1964 corn crop estimated the Western Front near Aachen office of supervisor of registration venire they can only be ex- had to re-cycle everthing 'cause Franklin.,
without the door wide to more inflation. to be 13 per cent below the first Important German -'
opening I or other county official !- cused at the pleasure of the they lost count as the two
1961 in production and 4 per city to be captured in World containing the names of court, explained Phillip A. beauties were shown facilities i

cent under the average. I War II electors of such county. Crannell, Commissioner. there. A lei( : of' people! ), tII.,.
Claims And RatesThe But there's another reason Ten: years ago Russia call The two lovely girls climbed
and this other reason gives ed upon the United Nations to shown days want to hltchhlko
Into a spacecraft, being
some corn seed companies '.censure the United States for Unkle FuD'sI around by Astronaut Wally their" way to Utopia.

Inseparable relationship between automobile something to crow competitively alleged aggression against Red Shlrra.
about, according to Cargill, China. ,
insurance claims and insurance rates has come I ,, "He was sooo nice," was
Inc. of Minneapolis, a major Five years ago Boston industrialist
.. the comment of Bobble Johns \\f kec rM"fa
before the State Insurance rn
to light this week In hearings seed producer Part of the rea Bernard Goldfine an-

Department. son for lowered production and swered questions before a House ton, Miss U.S.A. &I e6ler'tOh

decreased yields is "ear drop" subcommittee on legislative Co/Yum/ I ?
Some 200 old line capital stock Insurance companies A pretty window certainly Is
the term farmers to describe
use oversight which he had refusedto our
represented by the National Bureau of Casualty excessive dropping of answer in 1958 hearings.One an attraction. Fran Partelow would \ money

Underwriters and the National Association ears to the ground before hare year ago Soviet Premier 1 announced Friday she hear
move into her beautiful new J
underwriters requesting a 23 vest. Modern corn picking ma. Nlklta Khrushchev an-
of Automobile are I South .
building on Washington.You
chines pull the ears right off the
Increase basing their case on higher nounced a seven-year program I rI know, she's the Fran in
percent rate {}
stalk, but ears that are bn the aimed at doubling Soviet farm

costs and increasing numbers of accidents. ground( have to be picked up by production. Wal, I reckon Postmaster I Boy howdy, there's plenty of Flowers She did by move Fran.and immediately I .r&

Representatives from both of the above organ- hand. Many, perhaps most, Wattwood an' his staff are I problems jlst runnln' a post- presented a beautiful lobby JJ
farmers to them
hatlons presented their cue before the, department there rather than tackle that stockin' up on vitamin pills tew I office under normal condlsh- and window area.

Monday In a day-long public hearing and outlined backbreaking Job. VA Advances pull 'em thru the holiday sea uns season, but an'come it's Christmas ennui tew time give Noticed dozens of cars atopping It's a comfort to have
for a minute or two in
their desired Increases as follows, reports the Associated However, Carglll said some ion
'em fits fer sure.
Of front of the store Sunday night
farmers this year planted sped Pay Training your money at
Press: varieties that were tallormade Yew kin hep by bein' shure when the lights helped make

S 23 percent for private passenger cars. to keep ears on the stalk during October Sales, Use yew rite yer address good en' the displays more dramatic.We First FederalThoro
4.5 percent for commercial vehicles dry weather. Those who plant. Tax Take Totals plain an' "mail early'1" may always b. tome
Councilman Sease says his might offer the title of
S for ed other varieties lacking this I eutflt In some distant state
8.3 percent garages. characteristic probably would Col W. H. Boshoff, Veterans $19,956,478 brand new baby boy got his "Perfect Squelch" to Mrs. or Tlmbuctoo to talk about

29 percent for medical payment Insurance. rather switch to a "no drop" Service Officer for Brevard County first haircut Monday. Wendell Paul Salisbury, who aorta cut paying you higher dividends.But .

e A sweeping revision of classifications under variety next year, it is reason says that since most Sales and Use Tax collectionsfor said he was 'frald tew let hit her brother-in-law, Gene Roberts If If i a savings and

which insurance premiums are determined for the Florida schools start their November, based on October grow fer fear they mite want down to size\ during a dinner 'loon atteclatlon, what do you
ed.Science in the News Safety Christmas vacation period priorto business, totaled tlU58,47S. him tew Join the Beatles an' with Miss Universe and knew about tho territory or

Individual motorist. engineers are ready to suggest the regular Dec. 20 payment J. Ed Straughn, Director of derned If he wanted him llvln' Miss U. S. A. Saturday night neighborhood In which) they

Another request was the state to be divided in that the traditional red tail date, the Veterans Administration Florida Revenue Commission, in that lousy London climate. The conversation had turnedto are lending YOUR MONEY

to 11 sections for statistical purposes. Statistics com- lights on automobiles be supplemented said today it had arranged reported today. Are my eyes gettln bad or men and Miss ,Universe said What do you knew about the
kind of homes which'
piled in the various areas would be used to determine with green and yellow for' training allowance checks: to Straughn said collectionswere slat there colored Bins strung she thought she would like to I are (lending? on they
lights to avoid the collisions veterans in school under the $1,6 7J23, or 1.21 per cent across the downtown streets marry a Frenchman. She was
requests for future rate changes. that occur when the car in front G.I. Bill to be mailed ahead of over the same month last which lint turned on at nite. asked why and replied that all I Hero at homo, you can too

Daniel McNamara of New York, secretary of the suddenly slows down. Green schedule. year.He. Aunt Hattie HornwhisUe says the nice men she met in tho type hornet en which

NBCU, told the department that the companies hit lights would appear as the car However, Rufus H. Wilson pointed out that fiscal year that's klnda like bavin buttonson America were married. I First Federal meet of 'Itt of tans ritutvillcmaket You

organization represented lost $5.9 million a year travels at speeds above 40, Manager, Veterans Administration collections total $98.1W,515, up a undertaker's coattail To which Gene rose to his know that this "Is tho liveliest
changing: to yellow when the car Regional Office, St. Petersburg $12,180,16 or 15.11 per cent over what're they there for? feet stuck out his chest and spot 'In America today and
during 1962 and 1963. He also stated that the classl- slowing down and in order to the period for the previous said "Look
begins remain cautioned that same Old Fud got himself Invited : me over. I'm not that 'Itt future I It good.
fication changes were proposed after a nationwide yellow until the car stops, have the November G.I. allowance year. meetin' last married."
tew a Rotary You can start at once to
when the red would flash checks in the hand of It was also announced that Sitting down at the other
survey in an effort to make the premiums as closeas lights approximately -: Thursday (he was paroled end eorn First Federal's current
to the Insurance hazard of the Individual on. This would compensate. It 2248 veteran-traine the five per cent wholesale from Keewanls fey the occasion of the table, Mrs. Salisbury dividend of 4V*%. compound
possible is hoped, for failure to some es and war orphans before they sporting goods tax produced Wlnstead looked at him and then remark.ed. ed teml-anmielty. Why tare
) Prezzydent -
motorist, and include factors by which rates are drivers to realize quickly enough leave school for the holidays, $71,144 In November, as off the mcetln' by sayin'syned he "But all puffed up like that, any risk to get a trifle mere

automatically Increased. that the car ahead Is slowing the trainees will have to cooperate compared with $71.417 for the weren't tell jokes he looks pregnant"Miss In tome distant dluylondT

Accidents are factors in establishing car Insurance down. Helium, virtually Im with the schools in completing same month in IMS. This was an' the gonna applause was any deefin'? I Universe's interpretertold The. savings et First Fed.
portant to America's space pro the November certifications an increase of S.M per cent or the Grecian beauty what oral! are insured up .. $10,000
rates just as use, hazards, etc., figure In other gram, has been put to workto of training in time to $2.511.rlscal. Santy Claus jilt called me an' was said and her lovely laugh (W0,000 fer a husband and

rates and the position in which Florida now finds help Oregon lumbermen get I reach the processing: point at year collections total added the followln' names tew rocked the table for several wife or up H $70,000 for a
their logs out of rugged terrain. $288.552 or 1J456 the list he wants me tew watch family of or moro) by
itself has reached the perilous stage with our high the St Petersburg Veterans Administration I4M.506. up ntoments. : .Id
Hasselbrine. a y.ar agency
before Christmas Wally -
Helium filled balloons the same
are cent over
Regional Office per else who
got a big
accident rate. .. tho U. S. Government.
Ed Rice
capable of lifting and carrying IMS. Sy Cherry ,
Dec. 10. during laugh was Gene's nice hat lost
very (Nobody over a penny -
We not upholding the proposed increase request logs weighing\ a ton or more Chick Stradley Jonh Nelson
are The U. S, Treasury Depart a ire, Daisy, who was sitting at on saving thus Inturod.)
on its face It appears exorbitant. butlet' and the device has eliminatedthe ment Disbursing Office has 3,283,000,000. Ben Hursey\ Bill Myers, an'Sid hu aide.
need for some new roads. Castaway What a burden
face it car insurance rates always have and agreed to cooperate with the
Give the bugs a wmg home and And Still Growing fer poor old Fud.Welkura Look allies
Veterans Administration to gH Bobbie Johnson
always will be governed to an extent by the number they won't roam Is the sloganof taw TldyvUle Jim
the training checks: in the mall "Miss U.S.A.- and Ruth First! Federal
of accidents and size and number of claims. This scientists who are experimenting on December 18 so the trainees WASHINGTON (AP) The Farrer, (the new manager at the waitress at the Colonial,

is nothing but simple arithmetic, and like it or not, with lush alfalfa plantings will have Christmas money. Any population of the world In mlo1JM the chamber of commerce) Lounge. Very similar mouths ::
side-by-slde with cotton to was an estimated 1,281,000. weer glad tew have yew a- SAVINGSSC ,
it will continue to be a determinate factor In rates certifications received after roses aid eyes. Could be taken
keep lygus bugs out of the cotton 000 and it Is growing\ at the rate board.
in Florida or anywhere else. The alfalfa was found to Dec. 10 will be processed by of about IS million .ar.Wb Corngratchulations tew Fran tor sisters Bobble is several OF TITUSVILLE
the St Petersburg office toe bit inches taller
The decision, of course, rests with the State Insurance keep the bugs from crossingover payment as soon as possible after 1180 It Is expected to 4.J Partelow. Her new Hovers by however Downtown OrtUoWathlngton {
to the cotton. Fro on South Washington! Is Af t
Department. It appears likely some Increase Things to Come Improved Dec. 1$. tton.The figures were compiled as pretty as the owner. Hit Callforny weather an' old land -

will be forthcoming after they have com- fuel pump carburetor as ortg The Titusville Star- primarily from United Nations allure kilts mitey Invitin' as yet get sew wet an' chilly he cood Indian River' Branch

pleted their study. The only "insurance" Floridians Inal equipment on chain saw estimates. They were releasedby drivtn' by but better still when flit even make it tew the dance Indian River Plot ,'

have against further and greater increases is to cut gasoline engines. New pump- Advocate, 1st 1 in circulation the Population Reference Bureau yew go inside. (an me an' Sophroay was noM DI.I AM 7-1911

down on accidents and earn a lower rate. It can carburetor works effectivelyIn in North to point out the long-range Boy that was a real wet rain dew the VTrglnny reel tew). t H S Daily-Ala $4 Friday
temperatures from m I n u s i problems posed by the global durtn the peerade last Satur Be Seein' ran nil '
be done, you know. 40 to plus 100 F. Soho special Brevard. population increase. day. Somebody sent us some tinkle Fund




Wednead.y, Dtcambtr t, Lyle TlfvivlH./ (Florida' ), $tar-Adv.dah '1'1 J

eralrk. lywds .. I Space Technology Seminar Postponed I t**, wII Mfc "Ihe New I I
Southern Association I Driving Hints Offered By AAAA I I I. Give amamg wry pea ,, ScIence: The MMipneiK' of 1,
I ..rtaag drank. Downtown I Dr. Robert flp etWw msr's ogy Seminar 9trias has been Meace-
five point safe driving program when you are behind the wtwul. areas are more crowded than I lecture in the. ._Space Tecitaul- ptwtpowd from Thursday Dec: The Fall Seminar Series in I
Reaffirms BJC StatusThe for Christmas shoppers Watt until you have parted the, I -rbavkseat---- W. to Jan 14 Space Tschnology .to an annual
UMial at Christmas time and
outlined the East of the In such
was today by car before you enjoy te tative- car a Dr. Oppmbcimer is Directorof event sponsored by the Canaveral I
Florida AAA Division. pedwUlaiw. tired from shopping way as to block your vista the Princeton Institute for Section of the IEEE and
ly decorated store wtadn"' s are often loaded down with the rear-view r
early recognition status Emphasizing the fact that De- through mirror. Advanced Study Md will I I Hrevard Engineering College.
of Brevard Junior College was Driving a car is a fwlMJme Jm>. )paduujss that may otaecure Under no drciunMinces should speak on the topio, "Nuclear The lectures are held in the
cember of the
reaffirmed by the Southern is one most dan J Be especially alert for traffic their vision when creasing the you place packages on the ledgein Science Dec W tWtets will be I Patrick Air Force Base Theaterand
I;gerous driving months of the lights Many downtown areas streets Be alert for them and, front of the back window honored on tan 19 I
Association of and to the public
Colleges the AAA Issued are open
year the following uhere-ever possible give them 5. Try to do your shopping I
Schools at the organization'smeeting at Christmas time are gaily The next! seminar in t the series
suggestions to motoriMiS the rtght-ot way Another time during the daylight hours .if i possible
in Louisville, Kentucky on downtown Yule shopping excursions festooned with holiday light I the roles may be reversed. The earlier darkness will be on Dec IS when" Mr. /1 Read Star-Advocate
this week. and these (usually red and 1 4. Avoid piling Christmas I hours of winter increase the I Frank Dil.uzlo. staff Directorof Classified Ads
The college was granted early 1. Avoid window shopping green) are easily confused with bundles and packages in the danger of accidents, he Senate space Commit-
accredit --- ---
the -- -
-- -
-- -- -
recognition by -- -- -- -- --
ing agency In 1963 on the basis
that the college was meeting .1
the standards set by the agencyin EASY
Open Daily
providing an educational
climate of high quality for its TERMS I
'Til 9 .
students. t refont-PHILCOe
For the first time in Its his- Months I ._ :.
tory the SACS last year recognized P To Pay! Sat'til .

universities: certain In the colleges South and _ _ _ _ _ __ _

which were maintaining high
educational standards.
Brevard Junior College was
one of the few fledgling institu PHILCO
tions so recognized at that time. k
The college also received notification Dr Bruce Wilson; -- ---- 1\111% '

recently that it was 1-

egatn accredited by the Stateof Florida, be said, Indicates. P I Ig
Florida. the junior college Is con
Dr. J. Bruce Wilson, presidentof I g I
tinuing to maintain high standards
the college said: "The continued I Color
in the of master -
recognition by the accrediting -i employment '
agencies is based on teachers the availability of

several reasons the most important and adequate availability of _
being that the collegeis to meet accreditation standards
continuing to provide an environment 'and in the maintenance of sufficient FULL CONSOLEWALNUT Av
where students may educational facilities to
receive a superior educational provide for an optimum learn c
experience"The : ing experience for students now
accreditation by the State enrolled. FINISH

I BJC Instructor Wins Honors I

William Day, Business Education ganizatioln and Day's responsibility 00 fIIoatI1U;
instructor at Brevard will be to coordinate'
Junior College was n-ned to junior college matters in the I $4 9 S

two important positions at the organization for this year and I $ EASY TERMS "mow $lOp"
recent Southern Business Edu to prepare the agenda for next 749 Months to Ptyl
cation Association Convention year's convention. Model 5414 Reg. ONLY
held in Lexington Ky. As chairman of the bookkeeping MonthQ
He was named chairman of and accounting section Day

the Junior College Division for will be heading up one of four I
the 1984-85 school year, and sections in the organization.
chairman of the Bookkeepingand Day became a member of the Philco Stereo Console ; CHRISTMAS .
Accounting Section of the Brevard Junior College facultyIn
organization.The the fall of 1963. Prior to that :;.. lt nch Aii-qhanne)
SGEA represents the I time he taught two years In ONLY
'' twelve states of Florida, Ceo- Boone County High Schl In ?x.a r 1 I
Kentucky He has a Master of mhJ .1 1 mualc In the
I rgla, Alabama, Louisiana Arkansas Q t 19995 Outstanding
S Tennessee, Kentucky, 'I Arts Degree from MoreheadState Flnwton tradition. Picturing Low, Low Price! o
.I Gordon McRit. Mirth
West Virginia Virginia North College Morehead. Ky Roberta Patara,
NO MONEY DOWN t"'w ,,, Wright to
i Carolina South Carolina and i ++"'w Franco Cnrtlli, and the $10995
Mississippi.The I CZ>l 1701W Columhui Boyrhoir.QlJOHiFI DOWN 1*0 :'U

junior college division Is I I A Ifcauliful cabinet EACH Ultra Unlit pprwiniil tx.rUhlr with ilncnrnior rnMnrt
Four-speaker awnd.y-sea 0 0 i
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of walnut vrncor, IMmh' wiwn (overall illugJJWvivM
of three divisions in the
orWilliam $1
one *AM.FM radio with ttrroo FM hardwood ttjuisPHILCOBENDIX bQ III Slaia till.Fund VII i, Out-front control*. I'ri-
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Black Crow and Eidsness, Inc. has been authorized .

by the City of Titusville Florida, to develop TOYS UP TO Y2 OFF-CHECK THE YELLOW TAGS

master plans for expanding the municipal water

distribution and sewerage collection: systems. mffi [

In an effort to provide service to areas now 1O9 HOPKINS Q
Corner Orange 18.JI) !
r being considered for development, it is requestedthat \ 267-4150

each developer or land owner planning development
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furnish Black, Crow and Eidsneu, Inc., : T Goods

Post Office Drawer 1339, Gainesville Florida, witha j ,; lli.Ji.o'! 1 :; t.j } !! ..,, tJl Lawn & GardenA

a proposed street layout and a topographic map of I j"! r- Bicycles, Radio, TV

the area to be developed. This will facilitate design QPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT ,1 _-.J. Car AccessoriesTITUSVILLE'S

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provided to serve the areas to be developed "





4 Tlluivill (Florid) SUr-AdvMito WedMSdsy, embr t, 1964
hge __ __ __ _

Orange Blossom .
Circle MeetsThe \!'\ t

With Netaa And Notes Orange Blossom Garden : r

Circle will meet Thursday, Dec. .
xy oNortA Brevard 10 at 8:30 p.m. at the home of f 1q .

Mrs Arthur McDougall. Members .
< .
are reminded to bring a

gift (costing no more than $1)) f' .. .
for exchange, and a "white elephant' < '
-- -- ----- --- - -- -- for the Lm
gift wrapped ..
> .
I Pic Eyed at Christmas Chinese Auction i ... J

Junior Women Spearheading I Anyone Interested in becominga w
I member of a garden circle
which meets in the evening is
Christmas Basket Project welcome. For Information call
the chairman, Mrs. David Ellis

The Home Life Department (AM 71326)Titusville

of the Tltusvllle Junior Wo- M .
r. ) 'I ,
mans Club Is acting as a Library ,
"clearing house" for the Christ. N- 4 Board HeldThe ; ; .
inas baskets in the North Bre- Meeting .

vard area. Titusville Library Board f
This clearing house, for all r
met on Dec. 3 at the TitusvUl
local, county and state welfare
Public Library to plan oper.
organizations, distributedover atlonal procedures for the !
150 baskets to families
branch library in Indian River
last year. City.
Any Individual or organization sre eS
A o ,
wishing to contribute to ., Y Y M4A Mrs. W. D. Bruner, chairman r ( ,
the Christmas basket may contact i pro-tern, appointed a ,.r H
..... _
--' '-
Mrs Susan (LeRoy) committee to draft bylaws for
Jones ((267-0618)) S372 Old Dixie the library board. Mrs M.I HELP PATIENTS The LaGrange and funds for the material was furn-

Highway, or Mrs. G H. Hooks Chrelst, Mrs. N. Keegan and' 4-H group from Riverview School reished by the group. Making the pre-
(267-4652)). The Christmas bas Mrs. C. J. Morley will serve on cently helped the patients at Jess Parsentation are, from left: Rayetta Sim-

kets are $10 or $19, dependingon y A the committee. rish Memorial Hospital by presenting ms, Debbie West, Susan Busby, Linda I
the size of the needy family r them a small jar filled with artificial Hendricks, Ann Grenville, Mary Wy.

Band Parents Ready flowers for their Thanksgiving dinner lie Mendenhall and Miss C. Santos
All those wishing to make Chiffon pie complete holiday meal with a light, right note.Dy ,
this a brighter Christmas for Z lining commerclallymade egg nog you incorporate :bid Lots For Tree Sale i trays. They made 67 arrangements hospital dietitian.-S-A Photo.
al beverage in a novel dessert Unflavored, gelatine
tome needy family by making a -.. with egg nog and whipped cream is the magic ingredient to Instructions In of I Class Mabel
operation Deborah Lorah
contribution for the basketsare Acacia Garden Circle
Mr Susan Jones maintain the airy texture and height of the pros filling. Theay
requested to call either of wreath of whipped cream with a citron and nhaved. chocolate the Christmas tree lots will Meets On
the above names by December trim 11 a colorful invitation for all to join in the eating fun. highlight the December meet. Holiday decorations, baked TuesdayThe Meets On ThursdayThe

IS who will deliver the baskets, Etc Nog Chiffon Pie Ing of the Titusville School goods, and other !items will be Deborah Class of the
Through the co-operation of the Junior Women's Club will Band Association to be held auctioned off to Acacia Garden First Baptist Church held the Mabel Lorah Circle of
Mr Bob Seymour, manager of attempt to make this another of 2 gelatine envelope unflavored fi 4 teaspoon teanpooni nutmeg rum flavoring optional, Thursday night, Dec. 10, 7:30. Circle members at their Dec. annual Christmas party 1 last First Methodist Church of TI.
the A&P store, and the mem their successful community 4 cupi bottled egg nog optional In the high school band room. 10 meeting at the home of Mrs. Tuesday evening in the home of tusvllle will meet Thursday.
bers of the Tltusvllle Jaycees, projects. sal cup sugar 1 10.inch baked pie shell All band parents are urgedto John Moore 1400 Bell Terrace, Mrs. Richard Lemon. Everyone Dec. 10. at 9:39 a.m. at the
cup heavy cream, whipped attend as the Christmas with Mrs. ,William Cutright as enjoyed the games and the gift home of Mrs. Jack Davidson,
Soften gelatine In 1 cup of the cold egg nog In top of doubT. trees will be here this weekend cohostess.The 235 Shady Oaks Drive.
boiler. Place over bulling water. Add lunar, and itir until gelatine exchange.Mrs.
plans for setting up the
CatholicWomansClubReceives/ / and auger are dimolved Add remaining egg nog If additional two lots are being rushed to meeting will begin at 8p.m. Lemon, assisted by the Members are asked to please
flavoring ii desired, add nutmeg and flavoring Chill until Members are asked to co-hostess. Mrs Sam Seay, bring gifts for the Christmas
I the istt'nL'V of unbeaten white. Whip gelatine mixture completion.
ron egg served Christmas sweets -
family to this .
until light and fluffy; fold into whipped cream Turn into pie bring wrapped items to Mrs. fruit cake, pound cake, Meringue meeting.DON'S
shell; chill until firm. Garnish with additional whipped cream, Moore's home by Thursday
Year BooksYearbooks ahaved chocolate. chopped/ maranchmo cherries, orange peel Women Golfers Will morning, If possible. Mrs. Will- drops, stuffed dates divinity -
and citron. YIELD: 1 10-inch pie, Meet For Yule Party lam Kennedy will be featured nuts, coffee and hot spice Floral
auctioneer for the evening. I punch.
with covers of entrance to the Church for those IN HOSPITAL Ladies Of The Moose' The annual Christmas partyof Those who attended were: Your flower needs .
blue and a drawing of the desiring to contribute to this I I the Women's Golf Assoc. Miss Vendol Ray, Mrs. L ?. my eclallyl
"Blessed Mother" predominating worthy cause. A flyer, listing Mrs Margaret Kennedy, 126 atlon at Whispering Hills Golf Baptist Class MeetThe Corbin, Mrs. Frank P. Ludwig, L 267.8527'For
were distributed by Mrs. the nature and type of gifts is Magnolia, Is presently recovering The initiation of the new' and Country Club will be held of the Mrs Norman Penn, Mrs. D. J.
Charles M Harris and Mrs available. Gifts should be un from surgery In the Bre- I members of the Women of the Saturday morning at the club Virginia Harris Mrs. E. Raymond
Carl W. Pearson at the St Te wrapped. This project Is sponsored vard Hospital, 1145 Hickory, in 'Moose, Chapter 1485, will be house. First Baotlst Church will meet Smith, Mrs Ray Thompson
Dec. 12 at 6 at HowardJohnson's
resa's Catholic Women's Club's by the Brevard County Melbourne. held Dec. I, 8 p.m. at the Golf will begin at 9 a.m. p.m. for dinner Mrs. William R Woodward,
annual Christmas meeting and Mental Health Association, I Moose Lodge, located one mile Saturday morning with the exchange Restaurant Mrs. Earnest Puckett, MM
party held Thursday, Dec. S. whose goal is to see that men I north of Mims. of gifts at 11 a.m. Bert Gass, Mrs. Robert Cat o,
Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Pearson tally retarded patients in t h estate ble covered by a pure white All members are urged to attend Mrs. Johnny Moore ((267-2185)) Mrs Wilbur Sikes, Mrs. W. L Eerier
prepared books for each memo hospitals receive a Christ. Irish linen tablecloth, which I I Routh I and Mrs. Betty Ruch are in Benner, Mrs. Ben Hursey, Hair Cara
ber, mas gift. All donations shouldbe Father O'Hare brought back Bethany charge of reservations. All Mrs. Sam Seay Mrs. John
made by Sunday from Ireland. The center of the Demo Women Meet Circle To MeetThe members and husbands are Invited Loud, Mrs E. R. Rogers Mrs. Raymond'sBEAUTY
At the short business meetIng Father Dominik Gullay, spiritual table was graced by a beautiful I Gifts will be exchanged. W I. Halcomb, Mrs. A D. Fryer
Mrs. J. A. Farrell, spiritual director of the club, gave Madonna, flanked by red I Bethany Routh Circle of Mrs W. G Holladay, Mrs. LOUNGE
moderator, gave a detailed report -; i brief message on "Divine tapered candles In silver hold. The December meeting of the First Methodist Church will R H. Strom, and Mrs. Richard I. R, PLAZA
on future spiritual activities Love", after which the business ers amidst an arrangement of Democratic Woman's Club of meet Thursday, Dec. 10, at Golden Years ClubAll Lemon. laals4Christmas
planned for the coming year meeting was adjourned with a green Christmas holly Other 10:30: a.m. at the home of Mrs.
and distributed a pam I prayer tables nearby held the North Brevard will be held Ernest Spivey, 2747 South Cir senior citizens sixty years BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
phlet, "Tips for Teenagers," Crib with lifelike figures and Thursday Dec. 10, at 11 a.m. cle Drive. I or over are invited to attend Mr and Mrs. Glenn Patton ,
written by the "The Christoph During the Christmas party the beautifully wrapped Christmas at the Colonial Lounge There the Golden Years Club meet. of Maltland, Fla., announce the I
ers". of which Father James Fathers O'llare and Gullay received packages. will be a short business meet. Mrs. Robert Gibson will ben Ings on the first and third birth of a son, named Mark '
Keller, M.M., is director Mrs. several gifts; and Mrs ing, followed by luncheon for charge of the program, to be Thursday of the month, held Allen born Dec. 8, weighing 7
Theodore Sauerbeck was ap Joseph Dean, Mrs. James Ve- Hostesses for the party were all who wish to remain. Members followed by a covered dish at the Woman's Club at J a.m. Ibs. 8 oz. Mrs. Patton Is the t
pointed chairman of the card vera, Mrs. Mary Vignola, and Mrs. James Vevera, president; I are urged to come and enJoy luncheon. The next club meeting Dec. former Marilee Smith, daughter -
party to be held Jan. IS, and Mrs Alan Mattls were remembered Mrs William Gardiner, vice- I the Christmas meeting, and Each member Is reminded to 17 at the Woman's Club, will belhe of Mr. and Mrs. E. A T
Ronald Moretto
Mrs. Donald C. Mayer chairman with special Christmas president Mrs. : bring a guest. bring a small gift for exchange. annual Christmas party. < Smith of Titusville.
_ft_ _. .__I_ .... ..IA. '".fig tnp lhelr unseHlshncss and treasurer: Mrs John Moquln, I -.
the -
in gpiing imi .al" AV'
hard work for the club corresponding secretary: and :
It was announced that the duringthe
Catholic Women's Club will I I 1 past year. Mrs. Charles Brown, secretary

I help host the 196S convention of The members exchanged gifts, Guests Introduced were Mrs. FIRST TRY FRiDRICKS give the

the St Augustine Diocesan and were served refreshmentsfrom Robert Spoils, Mrs Richard
Council of Catholic Women, to a beautifully appointed ta lasiicltlne YOUR FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE man.who *
be held at Cocoa Beach In the

spring.formulated for the Committees to assist convention In the were at planning a. Helpful I I blot this Directions out and: for leave beat it result under,your cut FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES! has

previous at the Cocoa luncheon Beach meeting RamadaInn held for subtle wives': husbands follow up breakfast with a kin coffee Oil cup the WE ARE OUT TO SAVE YOU MONEY everythingsomething

Nov. 23. /onhesd.y > J2_ _

The SL Teresa's Club will be ra---; I MENS I GIRLS

In charge of arrangements and I COTTON DACRON SLACKS he's never
decorations: with Mrs. William Wa4't7J1Vl' /he// CARDIGAN SWEATERS
Gardner and Mrs. Robert Fee j .
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proximately expected to 500 participate persons in are the anti Iflalcl-/k tidei del I ItM AT 4.MMEN'S SALE 499i $2.49 to $2.99 *.

convention activities this year l4Q t4.Ut. irIj"tez43'I I I I BUY ONE AT REGULAR PRICI AND GET '. ,<" \ 1-h'I

Mrs. James D. Brown speak. ANOTHER FOR $1.00 OFFI ,
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previous conventions, stated j j ll'.tl tk a : II i I I r
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Lutheran Women

with News And Notes Project Busy With: ChrismonsFor Annual 'round town I

e"t: : %$2g4# g /' of North Breoard Church ladies the of have past Trinity three been months Lutheran making the Phone 261.:>>9<< wit! barbara carton I'

Christmas tree ornamentssuch -

as the Chrismons which The very best Christmas Orlando and the Brevard County I]poem which, according to c''M
are monograms of Christ for 1 cheer we could possibly give area U were from Titusvllle Scout customs, tran f rlillll, u
the Church Christmas trees. this year Is to share the Joy and gave our area excellent ordinary little girl into I i IJ> ; i

I After 'Hacking' Up Spanish, We Learned AU the designs i of Chrlsmon and happiness of the season! representation "We don't have adorable, helpful little elf a
ornaments are symbols for I with mental patients in to worry about Titusvllle takinga Brownie Scout Ten little :nu
Christ which have been passed I flo ideas hospitals.; And it's no second place to any of the In the Bellwood area tx'iur:
down through the centuries of easy'! Brevard County Mental other groups," said one parent. Brow_ recently and n n it','
I She's Never Heard Of The BeatlesBy Christian history Health Association, sponsors of And they aren't just bragging, another small mark in the n ,"

"It is hoped that they will Project Cheer, have provided because we've heard the tory of Girl Scouting In t the
make more meaningful the celebration gaily decorated containers at bands many times and they are North Brevard area. Their I
Louise Kleh schmidt New York. god-sister of Emely which 1 slna's specific duties In the pa. of Christmas and emphasize chases Bank and First Federal very good. In fact the Com- Brownie Troop, No. m l' : "
It's hard enough for us to "doan i In our conversation we found translated, means that Emely's vallon consisted of officially God's gift to the world Savings and Loan in Indian mancheroes placed fourth in a first to be organized In t h :. t
interview", being new at that she had visited in the mother is Mrs. Risner's god greeting the visitors and answering Jesus Christ" a spokesman River Tlaza for the deposit cf nationwide contest at Ute area and the youngsters II" this reporting business, but United States only once before, mother. questions pertainingto said. gilts World's Fair last August which vanclng rapidly under the '< I 11crithip I.
when the Interview must be for a few months. When she The Dominican Republic pavilion her country There was alsoa The association we feel, Is quite an honor. of Mrs. Barbara I I
"The ornaments, made !n asks, "please
done almost entirely in Spanishand came this time, she arrived in in which she worked contained restaurant in the pavilion share The Commancherocj and nut and her co-leader, M r. ,.
white and the Christmas
gold symbolize your Just I
pidgin English, now that's NYC in August and stayed until handmade linens, and I which served "sanchonco", a purity and majesty of the Son tiny bit with the mentally ill. Apache bands played in the recital Haael Smith
something else again. Oct. 12, when her official representation wooden bowls hand blown 1 Dominican dish containing with several youngsters do-
of God. The women have !been Your remembrance or gift waiconvey The girlfl are busy in kn''
We beard the other day of a tour came to an glass from the isle of San Crls- chicken, potatoes and "platan- Ing solos. Included among the Christmas decorations
using their talents to create truly to them that IOmeollecares" n >
visitor at the home of Mr. and tobel, typical native dresses os", a variety of the banana. solo performers were Pat Harrison
end.Before beautiful symbols from styrofoam The gifts should be new meeting and rehearsing \ "i t o
Mrs. Willie Rifiner 13 il Vista returning home the used only for special occasionsand When asked which pavilion second place winner in the
I gold foil, sequins white and unwrapped, but they don'thave carols they plan to i'"> > "
Terrace, and that the visitor lovely Latin lass decided to visit dances, and modern national contest at the World's
many Impressed her the most; she I
pearls, and gold beads and to be large. A suggested Ing jut beta Chrlstin In'i
hailed from the Dominican Republic her old friends, the Risners. paintings by Dominican Impressionistic said the Italian pavilion from list Fair; Sandy Swank, a second Bcllwood ,
of all kinds. As the contains such itemsas area.
Having once lived there Mrs. Risner, by the way is the artists Miss Mes- the Vatican containing the statue trimmings ordinary place winner in a state contest;
ornaments refer to event of lipstick, cosmetics
i ourselves, we trotted out to see "La Piedad", by Miguel any perfume John flake Doug Illckey, Melanie The little IIl'laI't' '' ,, t
I His life on earth or to Ills divine hosiery or socks and smoking
who It was. Angel. Files Tony Challdln. Brownies, wire Debr. sm" 1,
quality, they contain a needs. "A package of cigarettes
A beautiful, five-foot, 22-}ear- We asked Miss Messina what Peggy Smith, Susan skldmn, !,.,
wealth of designs they continued. would be welcomed. Yes, these
old "senorita" greeted us ut the she liked the most about the Items The Boeing Wives In our area Lisa Chestnut, Donna MbBcverlyn ; -, I'.
front door< of the Risner home United States and she exclaim are ordinary and everyday have planned a delightful; way liens, Jacqial 'u' I I' I r,
Her name was Senorita Emclv ed "Everything, especially the The use of Chrismons: on things to us, but to a mental to celebrate the holiday season. mar Donna lllntoB. V k k I' < I
Messina, daughter of Senor independence of the American Christmas trees was first started patient, they can mean hours Their next meeting on Dec 17 and Mala Dlsbcow K I: '
i Emil Messina, of Santa Domingo : women, who can do everythingthe In 1957 by the women of the or days of happiness. will be a morning Christmas meets for the gala on ''i\

I II Minister of Economics of the man Is allowed to do. In Lutheran Church: of the A!cm. I The goal for North Brevard is Coffee at the home of their pres- were served by the moth. i 10;
Dominican Republic, which I the Dominican Republic respectable Ion in Danville, Va. who were 500 gifts There are more thin: i dent, Millie (Mrs. Frank)
i makes Emely almost a visiting women cannot workin searching for Ideas to decorate 7,01)0) listings in tho 1964 Tlt>u- Sweet In Imperial Estates
state department dignitary, "" yL just any type of job nor their church. They decided to ville telephone directory, Is 500 Members of the group will exchange
She spoke very little English, & have their own apartment. They adapt Christian signs found on gifts too much to ask' I think gifts and, over coffee FLOWERS FRAN"Netla.blt ;
but she spoke with less difficulty must be chaperoned when they jewelry, doors, and In build. not'' So right now, before you and delicious Christmas goodies .
than we had with Spanish.We go out in public. Here there is lags that had been used by the target It, put a small gift in make plans for the coming Superior"
learned with interest that so much freedom for the woman early Christians. These believ your purse or pmket and drop new year. forChrUtmai
she had been representing her ." ers used these to Identify themselves it In one of the depositories this Par'los.
country at the World's Fair at When asked what were some to each other and to des Keek. And on Christmas Eve "Twist me and turn me. snow Horn and Office)

L other things she liked, we received ignate the meeting places of the sit buck and enjoy that sped me the ell I !looked In the wa Decorations,

a reply not too different early church. They transmittedthe warmth that comes from knowing tl'rlnd saw my ef.! M.mlwr. flnrl.r< Tel tvn, n
WW I Veterans from an average American .faith and beliefs of the art YOU helped Project Cheer This Is the enchanting little Nit Gardon St. 247.')'ill)
ist teacher to the viewer and
woman: "to spend the money. make it a very Merrv Christmas
I We found that Miss Messina thus inspiration was shared it for Florida's. mentally ill
Auxiliary At likes classical music, which led was with this in mind that they Tho items will be collected on I
to the inevitable question: "How decided to limit the symbols to Dec. IS to be wrapped\ and distributed i
do you like the Beatles?" those of Christ rather than Include be sure YOUR gift

District MeetThe One can imagine the surpriseand those of denominations. \Is among them. _
"rMn, shock when she answered Although the first tree ornaments "

7th District Meeting of zI quite honestly; "Who are the were copyrighted, Christ-
the Auxiliaries of the Veteransof p Beatles?" Ian interest has spread them There ,
World War I was attended by I Frankly, It was somewhat re willingly, as well as added to were many proud par.
ents 'round town Sunday afternoon
:Mrs. Jennie Gentile, president assuring to learn that part of and varied the patterns.The .
following the Orlando
of the auxiliary, Mrs. the world was still using the Trinity Lutheran Church i
.. S.norlta Messina (loft) end Mrs Rlintr School of Music's big recital at PET
Beatrice Barnard auxiliary guitar for the beautiful Spanish Women have also adopted the
the First Federal Bank in Orlando
secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. ballads rather than the "strum- custom of using tiny white lights Out of 101 students front FAIR.a'
Irene Pepper, auxiliary guard, Christmas Carols strum-strum" of the craze of on the trees, so the white tho
In New Smyrna Beach Saturday Customs "Rock and Roll". liturgical color for Christmasand Golden Years Club
; The Barracks was represented Among her other likes and gold theme be carried out '
I by Louis Pepper past. dislikes, we found: in it's entirety, A children's corner Committee To Meet
commander, and Nicholas Gen Presented To Woman's Club "1 like American husbands on the tree Is planned that I
tile, sergeant-at-arms. they are so 'slmpatico' nice." will explain the meaning of The Golden Years Club's dM- gym:

A luncheon was served by I A Christmas program of I at the club. I She dislikes "chapcroncs politics Christmas to the young.In orating committee will meet at

the Edgewater Auxiliary for Christmas carols and customs Mrs. John D'Albora Jr., and and rock and roll music"The order to help explain tho the home of Sirs C J. Morley,
from around the world her mother in law Mrs. John lovely senorita is
presented very of of the .
the There meaning some
.two symbols
were 181
groUPS ap Jackson tomorrow at 1 10
third D'Albora of Boston, Mrs. Wini fond of cooking desserts and
by grade pupilsof I to the
130 and congregation a
proximately men women special taaglet
with little she a.m. This meeting Is only for Canaries
in attendance. Mims Elementary School, fred MacLean of Titusvllle and a persuasion, Christmas program Is I being
was offered at the Lovall of Jackson gave us this receipt for: the decorating committee.All .
Representatives, or the presidents ryule arranged. To bring the
of the sixteen auxiliaries meeting of the Titusvllle Wom.an's were introduced as guests. PUDIN DE PAN Christian signs to the community senior citizens, (0 years or guaranteed to

in District 7 read the re Club Monday. Mrs Curtis Futch was welcomed I. (Broad Pudding) they have set up displays at over, are invited to attend the
ports on the activities recently I I The children told of Christmas as a new memberand 12 pieces of old bread; I cup the Citizens and First National Golden Years Club meetings' on
performed. This included lap I customs observed In other sugar (white); % cup butter; 4 Banks. These will remain there the first and third Thursdays of Sl1 ri
robes, ditty bags, canteen countries and one little girl, accepted into membershipwere eggs; 1 cup raisins; 1 Tbs. whiskey until the church trees are to be the month at the Woman's Clubat e \sr
books and other items given to dressed as Mrs. Santa, read a Mrs. Ethel Trachscl, Irene or rum; Milk; Salt; Prune decorated. Pam, I

V.A. hospitals; old eye glasses letter from a typical child at Trask and Mrs. Walter Alexander sauce containing fresh prunes, "Want to )learn more about
given to New Eye for Needy;: Christmas time. water, sugar. Chrtsmons? Stop by the banksor Mrs. Morley announced the eeo.e a 'u
calls and dinners to ill members Mrs. Elizabeth Bradley, curriculum Remove the bread crust. Mix visit the church this Christmas Christmas party would be held 99
coordinator at the The president Mrs Ram Dec 17 at the Tltusvllle Wom
; hours and mileage for Roy remaining bread with milk until season. Take time to learna
work on cancer dressings, articles school, accompanied the 21 children sey closed the meeting with I soft. Add butter, sugar, eggs little of Christian tradition and an's Club, at which time all I I
on the piano. Mrs. thanks to the teachers and Senior Citizens are cordially Invited ,
made for Sunland; pupils raisins, whiskey, and salt. Line help put Christ back into Christmas
Stevenson and Mrs. Effle Porter for the entertainment and to attend.
memorative stamps for V.A. top double boiler with syrup ," the members are urging /
Hospitals; "Americanism"work teachers at the school accompanied announced the bazaar immediately and cook above ingredients approximately F ,
Mrs. Bradley and following.The } hours. When young
publicity, and services
on Nov. 11, Armistice Day to the children. bazaar tables offered done turn the pudding upside ; ,
the W.W. I veterans and their Mrs Bradley was introducedby many choices of gift Ideas. The down and cover with prune The Naomi Circle of the
of education had that has been mixed First Church will parakeets
wives. Mrs. William II, Barnard, department sauce to a Presbyterian B"
boxes of note with color soft meet at the home of Mrs. il.
The next district meeting will who told the members that although paper consistency.
be held March 6 in DeLand at Mrs. Bradley was a club ful scenes of Florida. Many Miss Messina returns to her Hudson 1318 Riverside 11'1 Teach them to talk
the Court House Registrationwill member, she was not well members of the Golden Yrars home Saturday where she Is next Friday, Dec. 11 at X p.m. I Easy to linger-",,tfl

be at 11 a.m., and the known to some because of the Club had handmade articles to studying the piano but she -..--.........--.-.-.-............................ 4 wrltttn gu.r.nt .
meeting at I p.m. I confinement of her work, and offer and home-baked goods topes to come back to the United At. with every bledf)77

The Mid-inter Conference I went into the educational background were a favorite States sometime next year 'Yo'n thrill to the

will be held in Tamoa on Jan. of the teacher, I vole of each specially
8, 9, and 10. During the preceding business CHAMBERS .1 Healthy, Unusual.....,*-.Th 'i
Guests attending the meet. I session a letter was read TITUSVILIE LITTLE THEATRE trained singer with colorful Climb. IM y ,1.I ". The. .
Ing were Floyd G Keener of from Mrs. Richard Collins, director Sturdy M If4e ntaa*wwndcrf,
Deerfield Beach, wife of the of District 6, Florida Federation plumage They'll brlghttnyour vale
Presents"Carousel" l...... ale ...n'o"' '
with happlnais
Commander of the Deoartmentof of Women's dubs 2 home
Florida, Veterans of W.W. I; thanking the club for hosting JEWELERS : and )joy I0lflfl." -/
Mrs. Irene B. Heilmann of St. the recent district workshop on

Petersburg department chap Crime Prevention. It was pointed I i
lain; Mrs. Estelte Wilson of out that a film on child molestation "Jewelry of the Better XI.d" I Ied
Miami, past department president introduced at this I By ROGERS fc HAMMERSTEIN I Sale ofRar

; Mrs. Sammie Maclntyre ;workshop and which women's DECEMBER 11 & 12 8:15 P. M. .
past national president: and { Clubs wish shown to all school I
Mrs. Myrtle Schwensen. of I children teaches children aboutI Adults J2.50 Students $1.25 ExoticFinches
New Smyrna Beach, national I the "Too Friendly Stranger". RMrrd Seats 25c Extra Call 26702S9Phone I ,
parliamentarian. I i The club also received a letter I Ir ,
The next meeting of the TI. of thanks from the Arthritis
tusvllle Barracks and Auxiliarywill Foundation for the funds recently t. ,

be held Jan. 6 with a cov raised for that organization r ; xta11; e f BULOVA

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I Post Office/// Department U.S.S.Hensley Kitty Aboard Hawk Under NewMANAGEMENT

Thomas E. Hensley, Raman,
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs McKInley -
Foresees Record MailPostmaster Hensley of Titusville, is
a crewmember of the attack
aircraft carrier USS Kitty
;: Her:nan Wattwood it has to make connections with Hawk, operating out of Bramer-
reports that I'-e' P-. Off'ce Department e. .,, ,. ?, outgoing trains, planes and ton Wash.
is eo ni ':My' predicting trucks. I
The Kitty Hawk, a mobile
that the vo'u"! n' mall dub Postmaster Wattwood Iso airfield is capable of launching 1 STORE WIDE PRICE
ing this year's 0 ai.nas rush recommends that all parcels be both )Jet and propeller-driven
will hit I record h gh. wrapped securely, packed tightly aircraft for strike, close air
""Actually" he s:ys "it's an b and that the address be included support and reconnaissance REDUCTIONSTITUSVILLE
easy prediction ivise mall s sI inside the package as missions.
Vttume has bean ring' at a well as on the outside.. This I '
rate of nearly three per cent a helps assure delivery even if the I SHOPPING CENTER
ytar for the past s?\'eraJ' years outer wrapping comes loose. ed In South Africa to supportthe
and this is most strongly ro- The Postmaster points out' two NASA Mariner launch.
fleeted around the holiday seal that "because ZIP Code on par es. In addition to the Sword I Washington
cels usually means a more direct Knot pick-up, the C-130 also I
isleWell routing and less handlings, snatched
a data
cassette from
over 12 billion pieces of PRICES GOOD RIGHTS RESERVED
the chance of damage U drastically the ORV Twin Fall but there
art expected to move through "
were no sandwiches
the system during December I Finally, the postmaster says with the materials.interspersed
with about 10 per cent of the
that the use of the new Christmas
year's mail moving in less than stamps helps brighted up Flying with Capt. Prickett FREEFREEFREES
three weeks. envelopes and packages. were Captains Larry Brown
The Titusville postmaster report There are 45 postal employees and Ken Anderson, pilot and

one*Important that public reason cooperation that post is tusville working Post night and Office day to In the assure Tl- co-pilot Neil Ausman, respectively, ; Capt. 5-LB. BAG WITH $10.00

offices able to around handle the this country huge mountain are Herman Wtttweed you a Merry Christmas. By following Johnny Brown,navigator Flight ;Engin.TSgt U (G i A R

.of mail in such a short )period. advice, Postmaster you can help Wattwood's them and eer Engineer; MSgt; SSgt Henry Robert Perez,Jaeger Flight, or MORE FOOD ORDER!

time of the year, the faster mail I yourself to a more relaxed, hap Electronic Specialist; AIC Earl Limit 1 Per Customer
"Without the assistance of the
is processed the better chance
pier holiday. Green, Electronic
public, we'd be In a )Jam. Pee.pie Specialist;
who shop early and their TSgt Fred Artuso, Electronic
cards and parcels Into the get malls Specialist; and A1C Norman FLA. or GA. "TENDER CHICK" -" --- -'
early make it possible for the Ham 'N Egg Coming Up I II Sharer, mechanic accessories. : : ..

holiday mall to be delivered The crew returned to Pat. .
on time Imagine what It wouldbe PATRICK' AFB, FLA. -. Capt. Prickett'i plan was rick AFB recently following ( ", \'}!''' ;......./.,. .... .. "
-Uke if we were to get all "Ham 1egz sandwiches coming I of several 6350th ten days temporary duty at RYERSiioieLimit .1 "l!' "'Ii .'t' "

the holiday malls the last week up!" Croon_ MUO'i_ ___ which_ n_. were n__. _n JohantiMhnrir._nmn_... : '
before Christmas?" There is nothing unusual ',..y !M 4 :byM't r
In addition to early mailing, about this order but it Is surprising + ; ',
the postmaster has several other when it is served over '
suggestions which wll) help the Atlantic Ocean. \ ..
the hard-working postal employ. The incident occurred following 3 with .
ees move this avalanche of .
the recent Mariner launch .
mall. First, he recommends
Food Order Lb. '
ZIP Codes which help han when Captain Gary Prickett ly I ): ,:
die the malls faster because of piloting an Air Force C-130 was
a new transportation and distribution I, making an aerial pick-up of
set-up. ZIP Code also I data cassettes from the Ocean
helps clerks to Identify receiving Range Vessel Sword Knot.
post offices when address. When the crew opened the rra
package aboard the aircraft, inside t... ,
es are hard to read. During this ;4 ,. Is-a. WHOLE PIG5ALE
were neatly packed ham 'v e
and egg sandwiches and nut- Sugar

Brevard County ORV.bread, compliments of the supplies -tO

"It was a pleasant surprise,"
Blood Bank related Capt. PrIckett. We had
Ca w..rrs++e
flown a lot of hours and it was
well past lunch time when the e1
Area sandwiches were sent to us." Mr.. '
Meeting Needless to the ""'c '*
say crew 50 to 75-Lb. Avg.
members welcomed the change .
The regular monthly meetingof from canned rations which they Cut and Wrapped 29'Fresh
the Brevard County Blood carried aboard aircraft.

Cape Bank,Canaveral was held! Dec.Hospital.2, at The the .1aa----air---"-\-,.-.--**-.-*--*-.<-W--.-.-..-............._(.-**...l(..\..l.<..............*.....ll......l|.. W....*..._....*_._...._-..-_..._.._.._-1'_._ a.'.' ..ir- r FREE LB.

meeting was opened by the
president, William Paine, with | See Adams .
the following persons present: BackBONES
S. K Wilson, Secretary Bre l '
vard County Blood Bank; Dr L. For Complete Selection Of f HAMS lb.49c lb. 59
E.!: McHenry, M.D., Medical Director .
Brevard County Blood I '
Bank; Mrs. Ella Shimer, Jess : Shoulder Rib
Parrish Memorial Hospital; Dr. I General Electric Stereos For C 39c
B. Sakolsly I I M.D., Wuest- ROAST 39
boff Memorial Hospital; Mrs. I lb. SIDE lb.
tub Conley St Terc&a's The "Sound
Church, Titusville; Of f Your Life"! ;
Henry D'Amico, Cocoa Area

Civic Melbourne Clubs;Area Conger Civic Brownlie Clubs;, "The/ KINGSPORT"IN I II FANCY STEAK SALE

Frank Darden. Titusville Area I
Civic Clubs; Mary M. Rand, lb.79c
Central Florida Blood Bank, I I I1 ROUND SIRLOIN OR CLUB
Mrs. Bettle Cudebcc, Brevard
tU1r"\\1 [gD)
A.County Nero.Blood Supervisor Bank; Mrs.Brevard Ruth e' I

County Blood Bank. i pp, i Fresh Ground Tarnow All Meat
The chief topic of discussionwas C

Brevard emergency County planning area in, regardto for the I, C, A I= BEEF 3 LOS, 99 \ BOLOGNA Ik:ga.39c

stock piling emergency blood .'
banking supplies at strategic locations. r'\ I III'
., Tender

Mrs. Leah Conley gave a report .,.. : '
on a luncheon meeting that 'I \ : lb.25c
was sponsored by the Epsilon ,r :f.. I ;: BEEF LIVER
Delta Sorority at Ramona Restaurant '"\,'I '" # _
to which the Central ,' \ ,
Brevard Ministerial Association I < w:.: 1" kt ry uL Thrifty I La Ruta Corned
was invited to hear a speaker ,
from a regional Blood Bank, '" Vi GaL 29 C I 12L 39TOPP
concerning the reserve account f' BLEACH Plastic BEEF
program. ''''
Mr. Darden advised of a forthcoming i \

meeting of the Titusville .. Maid RC I a TOPP COLA -16.Oz.or
reserve chairmen to preceed the f
Community Day Drawing to be ,, ,,.. )10-Of. DEPOSIT39Mr. C

7 held, at in the Titusville Masonic Monday Lodge., Dec. i $18995 lees LlMfllJ PEPSI COLA PLUS

The next meeting will be held J Trd.'n' I
Jan. 27, 8 p,m. at wuesthoff Memorial II II'I "G" French Peak BlackPEPPER
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," TurnttbU O.I. Man Mid DI,m""W StyWi. ; SUNSHINE WHOLESWEET
PAN AND 1", 10", 11" Rtc.rd Intermix Sfor**
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Social I Minis News Three Buildings To Be Given Away, I /' Notice To Public--

Orlando Public Utilities here oompMjr recently offered c; ORS\. l/l This is to give notice to 01
Branch apparently will have no dim through the Star-Advocate to ::-l general public that I am not i
((8r Mrs. Gladys! McUmlon) Christian Service of the Mimi Combined Orel Workshop cujty in disposing of three one or more worthy organisa any way connected with th

AM7-124I Methodist Church Is sponsoringa 1 The Mary Nicholson Circle frame buildings which the Dons without cost, except for d'hIBi6U' firm of Wisby Jewelers ar

AI Eau Visitors 'In St. Petersburg Turkey dinner on Saturday and the Mae Green Circle will dismantling.Ted I My God shall supply every have not been for two and

Mr. Dec. 12. Serving will start at hold a workshop Friday night! children has been postponed Pope manager, reported need of four. -Phil. 4119) half years.I .
and Mrs. Carl F. Man
A Social gold visited last weekend withCarl' 5:00: p.m. In the educational at the Mime Methodist Church from the 17th to the 22nd, at yesterday that among other organizations Don't WI all need a feelingof want it understood that
new In the educational building, at the same hour.Jaycott. do not want to be
building. You also which are interest confidence At we bothered t
Office will be mother, Mrs. Josephine 7-30: p.m. in preparation for the
4 dinners. ed are the Tltusvllle Optimist open our minds to the mind persons having dealings wit
GaUle, Jan Mangold, and his brother, Richard coming dinner
District : in St Te Moot Club and the Indian River City of God and let Hit creative the firm, as I am in no way ti
Eadie Petersburg
Beach They will feature many other The Mims Jaycees will meet Methodist Church. The latter ideas flow through us. we gain volved in the business.Lt. .
tong the new W.S.C.S. Te Sponsor Dinner items on sale for that extra Christmas Party Postponed Thursday night at 7-30: at the organization would use one of new understanding- our Pete Wisby
resident Christmas list Everyone is in The Mlms Volunteer Fire.mans' Mims Plaza. All members ire the structures as a boy scout confidence In ourselves a< an Brevard County Sheriff
county south of ( The Women's Society of vited. t'--Christmas--Party for the urged to attend. troop headquarters. xpreoRion! of God increases Department
Cocoa, Cocoa

lover bourne county.area) and m SWINGS* 'lt 4' one is SCR 7{ ut,8detd /IClJamm3t: [ ? i't. ** to Sbp yw* Sc&vC Vtuy.Steal I I* SAVINGS!fi)

was formerly

Daytona dian River Beach ]

ing changes by Population the upon West were the g r I rnI

time office and

this bald new branch ,

ly At 12,000 the SCENE aarsssi asar IMPORTED f .
branch office AMERICAN GREETINGS WOOL r Choose Her Gift
Ing benefits at C
proximately $ CHRISTMAS SWEATERSfor t y from the

month.Eadie said that s I .r CARDS MEN World's FinestFRAGRANCES

flee will be ",. yY.Oy. '

claimants apply __iMlsl I.pm4sh.nnd. I ]
and obtain 0 ...1!, .tatnrityta
cards, as well as s. 11011114 ... .**.i l
about the SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY ..Ihd pl.nle, head -M.L-v.1ee.uVuIe-v. 499
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Mint1 f mull
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9 I Cuerlatn! Shallmar I
vivors, and / IN apwIel Pen /

provisions ty law. of the I SWIFT'S GOLD CREST ( JL

TItusville and SHERBETOLDE r9 FLOWERS Ch..w ,a-..,."....,...,...Oilier. M Htm..r 17.. -ik c.;rl.. / de Rouille ....,.50 to 30.00
be serviced by : ft** n.rWi'imflM pun If tl.II ltk. Chanel # #
lIce In Daytona Mgal *f AM* 5 Chanel 223.50 to 25.00Lanvin

FOR HOLIDAY SERVING ,,r 1 r O .n.Ngl Chr emuu Curd 2 5 Arpege I My Sin ,..3.00 to 25.00
Cubs Of for Faberge Tigress, Woodhue XAphrodesli

;: ..or.'t 7FT. DELUXE I 71-FT. DELUXE ........ ..2.00 to 15.00
March In
I 1.-."" wrincM' Ml,.. VINYL TREE Aluminum TreeAa..I Ladies' Vinyl Jackets Elizabeth Arden Blue Grass

Plan Busy MM. l.i5.111.rI':' rl. i. ..epie:, 11101.. ... I Memoir Cherie .......3.00 to 6.00
MM> | | I." a IlelmsNdhby hll 1Ia Lm ... L. "leek
Soaking wet, ; 1200 PWR. MICROSCOPE ......11 -C.mpNn...... willi .. .,_....... ....... Lae .hi-h..," Dana Tabu I Ambush ;....150 to 10.00
Scouts of Pack rh I In.'' YALVI 'II." TALUS MatchabelllWind
? end 1r,1. vleylkkusu
marching in t h w1 WoMerf.11"- 1101 ,.w.rMlUMMM UI.'HIM. 19'' 29' Sonq I Stradivari 2.50 to 12.50
4 l 4lIM ,_H., ... wish
Christmas Parade. ? ?d' Mt, S,s.0..mps-) ee ,..llk 168.8 1491 100% .....
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were full of pep kttrlM M twMftt I* .wn.m
.MM.| |lff IM tot_ NNatlwM. GIANT I LMteO01..4Walt.

end The of month the parade.of A BARGAIN 1999 ILLUMINATEDCANDLE 6FT. 61FTDeluxe. .6.111.If shn 10''..I014.95 @ djlceGift

busy time for the AT $24.95
5.1.e. a
plan to visit the -
ty Home, Dec. 23 : ASSORTED FLAVORS "" 'C T. ,MM M* K |..f |MCkrlttmn >
boy has made a 8x30 AM she tartly twk t* 399LADIES' _See cur wMMt.tort .OK,...Ipk.....
man centerpiece 3 49 f.! 2EULARS yew ftnk, l lu., M win. ,. ./.In, Sun ,..,1., I. prk.Mm .
to each resident for PrMhlM :.wM* 5 h. vlrk Ikli **IWImtte Aluminum Tree VINYL TREE ..t.
Christmas Mly .HIM hum. wltk MM* 3 099 I, led-eva l I (itill. i OiII.. 111 Pal P.. LIMIk, 4 .u:>>' ioo t.
Carols. .. rM VtnylC
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dens are A lrfl* llf ft I I r an:
mas gifts for TYME LAY AWAY OI II Compart 6 I Compare 999 999?
and cubs: are $4.95 e : at I12.VS .ttUt) I
a Christmas Amazing "Call
Party GIANT' IN FLAT All! J Me"h


Den parents la of singing Pack .1... ...... IM.Iw leeeesl! whsl Osnm.tdm.t" | AM kmty, pew.red I* ',sits Ydue TOY BABY : < I
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ols In her Cad&I tl.vl.yl5.5........... i.,.t.1; rC.'I. !M4-IFI....L..., e.Iedd.dI.- Oily fMr 38. bf

evening of Dec., .....'.,. [ / "
late and s General Electric SEAMLESS
ward. HARD CANDY "I: N' ; {WAIN ') -=- }!;;! GLAMOUR NOSE

Mrs. Betty 0.11 Mk. / .!. iMrtmiM liMVMlkl AT $1.91 Multipll"'V /
will visit the Ml with plait I MMf }lIt. Christmas 99e U7 1I 1 Llwn Irerre/
The Leadership 66'' 7m.

7:30: p.m. in the n LMM 4.N.erh..r-4.. ..'" _.......,. AT $14.95 ,,
St. Gabriel's .. 4.. fM.. .... HAIRDRYER
The January [j] ........MlHy., .*ni"wit*..Iy ftwIM"'.....,*--<"'"" .,"..... hNEAtE G.E. 10-LAMP m- Tkli fully .....!".... .., b .fc* ...... t
t -e..ve ...,1... w III I.n.rl.s. _.h.... sdf VALUE 198 f MM Mil Mmtry MtMlly' will (MMcrcwllnf
planned and the tj\: .....,..... INDOOR SET whM Mllt4' ky Hi Mim -.pun'
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and Gold Banquet tn I Gad./ dee fliikllfkt ha.terNd
1-Y.N Htlwy-IctMtlM Itl
cussed. All Den A BARGAIN
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at Committeemen this f $17.95 INDOORSET VALUE 398 LAY AWAY .0. II


G.E. 15-LAMP r- I.
Don't try to 12CUPAUTOMATIC $5.49 449 O ,... ....."' 1'. wSemihilly
fog, warns the MUSICAL --,.. ..middy.a. .
Club. You 1 deeln,
won't f with M HI npmwm.
far, and JEWELRY BOXES t 6.E. 25-LAMP S8.9S e,1oNwilli .
very 744 ,.. Jrylni whisper ...M I .... wish "1.10.1. Slush
only make you PERCOLATOR INSTANT HEAT OUTDOOR SET VALUE ......... with ............ heel "MtNr6.. 011.5
concentrate on W. m.tt .,..ll ,...._ .. ,......... .*Mnlli. wMy ...(?.) klfk lnMMt| please l hat k.. I a r "'.... sad Olm _
of the road. Ihees. bsstlful, ........ mW6aII.wd ti Huff nlltk' 1110 W. tt. .015969| MM ... ever shed MM* .t, Cemp.n It SIMa
lights day or | MM*- .me with ihm.I Gully M4liM 6..mland SAVE Christmas STENCILStotfywklt eet
Perlel.tl.1 4 f* II 2488 $17.95 99
beam will give l lrkr a.wn, hlyh'lees" .' Iee.lway.tynd DOLLARS! 9.LAY 118.8
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visibility if the I Ckrltfeim .,lttlnlI --Seep. Nea h.. M'kllH um toilfw fw LAY AWAY .0t II ...
Tap your brakes SUPERLECTRIC HEATER ........, nlnwi. .N<-l..ill *.nk_l 25 AWAY F0. tl
intend to stop or $d.,5 $12.95 796p "' ... MO ... Ie..t4. l hMMtkMtMMWUllul : WESTINGHOUSE SPEED
Your taillights I V ALU E. VAIUIlT 9 usmpNr.nn6 hnnr-&.. SCHICK Petite Salon
warn the driver -fully' 0..n.nd. STYROFOAM SNOW DROPS AUTOMATIC
Most important COMPARE .,
Huffy kM' deem
time. When 699 ', Mly M|-|." deep M 4 p.tM... mmp.r.eee-hlyh ..y6heedd

well that you off can't the TOILET TISSUE = 4Mll y tr*1C :t l s 69 AT $9.50 -el ::. 0.-Junm.As .. 2 fr 25, .....l."ln<| MM.1 lr III.Mil_pe11.5 ki,k .mpsrx ever. ._....Wylie". ""III.,. wIdeSi. ..1Itowm \.

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Park In a safe everheetlu, Ili I ....< ,*rfMwtralt > V"

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THURS., FRI., SAT., 4,
k DEC. 10, 11. 12,
:::; 1964 o T j

o dairy specials ,

Pioneer Chests Groves .ilch".II' Com OilMargarine .
+ Ib.
100S 37c 1
Pun Fresh IndUn River ehl ,
Kraft'i Dtlkloul Chtti lfn t '
ORANGE JUICE Velveeta : ik. 9ge'iIIllIMry ,

AppU. Chtrry, llutbtrrr t1
2 QUARTS Turnovers ':.:... 49c
WiICl..h{ ChM" 'or Slk.4 $
Big-Eye Swiss VvV' 37c
PLUS SO EXTRAS Mill WI""I l 10.-s. NILwa. ik,rp
STAMPS i H CRC'N ITH Cheddar 55c 59c 63c
GII Gi.1It Cut
e frozen foods Asparagus Spears.I.0 :.. 254Mort..i __ '

PlollI SII"". I I..ct. ..
G. Gknt Whol. '
Donuts . .. .. 3 ''JSPetle :.; $1 Je..1 12.01. =
froM M..icon. Inchilede: Niblets Corn . 2 coot 39- SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTIN GOVERNMENT i i
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Dinners GI.1It Cn.nr Styl. INSPECTED HEAVY
......... Pkg. ao3 BEEF SALE
''''thl..4'. Convenient, Whole Golden Corn . 2 com# 39 Christmas Candies

Potatoes. ......"."...... V.'|. 39G,.... GiMt Kitch.II.Slleo" Brach Holiday Mix . reg pkg. 39c t e BEEF* :.t4EEDS LESS COOKING T1MEI ;

alch'( D.hcious .. Green Beans . 2 #303 39 Standing (( Rib) ,
C o ff e e-Ri c h .."........14.;:. 29- Gre.. GI.... Whel. K..llol como Brach Crimp Ribbon reg. pkg. 39c I
I 1.- Jewell Quick Froien Fryer Kib Roast. lb 79
: Golden Corn #303 Brach Cut Rock 39cMintFilled ,
$ 39 reg. pkg.
Livers. . . 3 J;{. 1Gerfen'i A consTHI
I Quick ,..... Swordfiih Straws . reg. pkg. 39cFilled BoncUts Ttnd rRound

I I i Steaks .. . .. .. .. .I I",.;.. 59 ,,. Raspberries reg. pkg. 39c Steak lb. 89 1
4-Flihermen (In Pine Sauce Cheeie) w
Fish Sticks I2e,;;. 59 Mellowcreme Jingle Bells reg.pkg.29c Dtliclouily TtndtrSirloin

"Morion' Mix or Match Sale" WAfHDAY Fancy Cremes & Jellies reg. pkg. 29c Steak lb. 99

CHICKEN MACARONI IEEF CHEESE OR TURKEY,SPAGHETTI POT PIES AND % MIRACtIJ7 All-Filled Assortment 3.Ib. tin, $1.69 Tender, FlavorfulTBone
MIAT SAUCE |.'". .
4 5 .h"1" Brach Gloria Mix reg. pkg. 29c Steak >Ib 99 C

DETERGENT PoInsettia Chocolates 5lb. box, $3.49
"r'lf.t: 'O0 Tatty TenderraJOOVU

/ Green Stamps] I J Short Ribs. 1&. 39
wd.ncwwwLwrA.w.h / 'Special' Chrllmu C"'iii/I.'."
5lb.CANNED can HAMS$3.99 ffliedTrruits I T $1(09 Armour Star Flavorful
O'"O 'Ol VOOO n Sliced Bacon 49c
OOO Mu. Jtwtl *r R.|t..cr Slylo C..l.ta.f ft
LIMIT j PICAS t WITH Candy . ",..* 99c Swlft'i Premium Sauiaja
IOO VEFRXTERA] IOO .. Brown'n Serve 49c
S Jrt I Seu.r.Kk .) Flevere. D ft;;

J" Green..4aw stamps. I.-.W, ;' Ice Cream .... ." . . : 69 Premium/ Labol Slisla/ SaoloJ 1 l-f SO ..t.p.1SWIFT )
PREMIUM COLD CUTSlelofne F F.V. Twl.Peck Chocelele ,
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.. pap 11 Tltusvlll (Florid) St.r-Adv.at. Wednesday, Decmbr 1,_19" I y .r .SHOP.. ....YOUR... ......... :

named Regina Lynn, born Nov. collections.Mrs DOWNTOWNn
On i iI n
H at Jess Pwrtah Memorial Bids Sought i
I Scoffsmoor NewsBy I Hospital weighing 6 lbs 8 ot. Wtetfred Shaw win f :
This j is their first child. leave McCoy Air Force Base Additions To :
Monday morning for Jackson C I
Mrs. Edward Pert with the proceeds going into lor Dec. 15 at the home of Mrs Lector Moody admitted. MilL to attend the funeral of I
A turkey shoot will be held I the building fund for the community -I Fred Carver when gifts will be to Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital her mother Mrs. Edna V. Cotton Court HouseThe M
Thursday sue.gelI -
Saturday, Dec. 12 at the ballpark ball exchanged. The Teens are who died Sunday afternoonat Board of County Commls- I The Family Store
at 12 noon, sponsored by planning to sell Christmas tree ihiday. Jaeksen County Medical atones will open sealed bids V
the Scottsmoor Firemen* go. The Keen Teens held a meet as a fund raising project Facility in Jackson. Dec Zlst for certain additionsand = GIFTS FOR EVERYONE!
shotguns and 22 ca. rifles will log Tuesday night at the homeof Attending were: Roger Sanders Mrs Edward Host and SOB, renovations to the Brevard ....+...ntarc eeseoaarwNeweKwmrvZ
be used. Mrs Ruby Gower to elect Ronnie Sanders Georgian : Edward and Alice Golder attended A mistake was made on the County court house rere r.searrerr {
The proceeds will be donatedto new offt en. Futch, Nina Stowe, Joe Harder the coin show in Titus- Community Organization date The Improvements include a ., Skipper $ .70
the building fund for a fire Elected were Geordana Jim Gillenwater Edward vtUe at the Carl Schmidt Rambler in tot week's paper. The date two-story fire-resistant addition M
Station. The land has been purchased Futch, president; James G len Root, Brenda Davenport, Glen Showroom recently Being Is Dec. 14 at 7:JO at Jones plans and specifications for E DOLLS by Mattel ea.
and a building will be water, tit vice president; Tom. Davenport Janie Farmer, Junior Impressed with an the old Community Room, not Dec. 10. which may be obtained from .. ,araaa, taauuuaamahraa..aa..asaaay
soon erected. This is a sign of my Patterson, 2nd vice president Smith, Gary Hawks, Tom coins it was the first time they I the architectural firm of Hirsh- .aaaa
progress In this growing community ; Judy Alsobrook, secretary my Patterson and guests, Don had seen a Three Cent Nkkte. Printing Needs! berg, Thompson and Associatesof OPEN EVENINGS Lay-Away Until Dtc. 24th
The Brenda treasurer ell and J. M. Gower The in under. Tltusville.
Community Organization ; Davenport shortage coins Is Corner Washington & Bread
will have a refreshment ; Joe Harder sergeant I standable after seeing table See The The customary performance !
booth hot dogs, coffee and arms: Edward Rost, publicity Mr and Mrs Homer Davis upon table laden with coins of Star Advocate bonds will be required from the b..JI Ji.aa..aJroJIJIJIJIIJlJlIIJIIIJIJIJIJIJl..JlJI..2.;.
cold drinks at the turkey shoot I A Christmas party was set are the proud parents of a elrL all mintage from the dealer's I I successful bidder. .

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World Ingathering Appeal Is Mackerel 9 BEEF SALEW.D

an annual appeal sponsored by PILLSBURY CHERRY
the Seventh-Day Adventist
Church in behalf of medical and ; TurnoversEPILLSBURY 49
missions wort for welfare, distress -
and education, in nearly
all countries of the world.

This appeal has been made s r ; : j 4 Cant 39x
every year since 190J. Lb. 98

Solicitors are all unpaid volontecrs
from the church members
including teachers, doctors WD BRAND BONELESS ROUND ,,,
businessmen students,
and housewives. Funds are administered

organizational through already channels existing Stea : Lb. 88,

with the result that there is no t
loss to administrative expense. W-D BRAND BONELESS ROUNDRoast
They are divided between local
needs of the S.D.A. Welfare QUANTITY RIGHTS
Society, disaster relief units RESERVED 88
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I and world needs clinics, dis PRICES GOOD THRU r
pensaries, leper colonies, and DECEMBER I2TH
mission schools. These funds =:..". 1 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON FRESH GROUND
are often the only ones avail'ble : ; :
to these large populations. REGULAR $495
Funds from this appeal totaled
49 Beef 5 I'
less than five percent of the Excedrin 36c. Q PKQ
1105,510,122 given by members REGULAR 911. SHAVING CREAM

last this The year.year Titusville is $1100.church goal Rise Giant. 49'


are Baptised for the adult SDA members Church -itself.!,. Sweeper Specials3. 99 Can Ham 3 C s2"

:562,375, churches 13,588, full-
units 282, countries with established o
used work -Adventists 196, Ian. REGULAR 2/29 GEORGIA RED Can Picnic 2 i1.N 1"
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928 memtl rs orrpr!"... *105,. ._: _
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Of Subjects i Buns P ft?::291

I Books on science history and REGULAR 77 ASTOR VACUUM PACKEDCoffee
H fiction are Included In the 30
new additions Just received at
1 the Titusville Public Library, MB. 49
according to Mrs. Jean Swidrln .
ld, librarian.Thp CAN
r book list for this week


??, """>-- Stnrv of the United MB.
Nations" by Katherine Savage: 59, .
"The True Story of Lord Mel CAN
son, Naval Hero" by Richard 0 ,,
Houghton: "Dietrich of Berne:
Hero Tales of the Austrian REGULAR 35 HORMEL (WITH BEANS)
Tirol" by Ruth Sawyer: "Save
the Khan" by B. Bartos Hopp-
ner; "An A-B-C of Dod Care for
Baker Young; Owners" by Charlotte C hiIi..041. i

"Challenge of the Universe"
by J Allen Hynek and Norman
D. Anderson REGULAR 53< DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise
; "Mystery of the
Auction Trunk" by Elizabeth
Honness; "The Merry Marcos"
by Valenti Angelo; "Happy 39
Birthday, Mom!" by James Qt .
Sterling Ayars: "You Know
Who" by John Clad!;
"Hello South American" by
David Bowen: "Anatole over REGULAR 59* BLUE OR WHITE ARROW ._- -
Paris" bY Eve Titus; "The EXTRA
Tale of the Turnip" by Anita I TO VALUIITAMMxuim_ r
Hewett; "Youngest One" by GIANT : IXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOW
Taro Yashima Detergent 39? r' ..... 4111..
; "Young L*L'VMer Apples 2 39'
Science Dictionary" by BOX ; ._. ,.rlneTMHII LU
editors of Science N./m/.
Young People's <' 0**.**- JUICY FLORIDAGrapefruit
Encyclopedia.Adult. "
5 ft 49'U

AIken"Maulever Hadoe: Hall""Things by As TheyAre" Jane Spinach . 8 1. ,. Bakers .10 Bag 79U '
by Paul Horgan: "The
Scarperer" by Brendan Be- REGULAR 85Crisco, 1 NO. I YELLOW
nan: "Lady Lawyer" by Teresa C Onions 5 39'
Holloway biography"; "Wagner by :Walter a pictorial Oil .a L.ott.59, ; 1 .

Panofsky; "Dictionary of American REGULAR 4\t BETTY CROCKER YELLOW CEVIL' FOOD t ti
SUn*" bv Harold Went.
worth.. .and Stuart Flexner: Cake Mix 3PkQ:' 1.EGUlAR jJ' .
"" Real Voice" by Richard sttL

"-..Harris*.-.' bv: "Your Gtnroe' Guide L. Canta-to the 29, THRIFTY MAID YELLOW GUNS

bar: "Music on My Mind: the
4 $1.
memoirs of an American pian Peaches
ist" by Willie The Lion Smith: .
"Death of a Fox" by Jan Hoffman .
Mystery": "The by Elizabeth Jupiter Beatty Missile; I TOVALUISTAMPS EXTRA. I I TOP EXTRA.VALUOTAMP* I TOiYAWISTAMPS EXTRA. Pies 5 :V 1.1

"Your Future In the Electron T..tt-9. *..VM*. ,, ..r1...44.......L1. ..-.......**.. .<.. JWr.oo..ll
ic Computer Field" by Dane KMC Mi -4. ASTOK FROZEN ORANGE
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Rich GtMlII4 Free Wes
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L. Bibby; "To the Top of the a.
"'oriel" by Pauline K. Angefl; w. :: ''7.. -.:.:'"=. "1.. -:==:" '#'.. Juice 2 eon 99EXTRA
"The Treasure of the CopperScroll"

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'" Thursday. Dtomttr II I I tor vAlw_ u ws AMrs )
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Jin. Jack MillerJ. .. C
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J. Finish. Jr ---
\ Eugene Matthews --- ,-.a ----... ,.. O O
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f. Mrs. F. E. lesquerra :
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Pap I2 .PlIIII.). l.er-AllvICIte Wednesday/ Doeombor t, 1H4

of a Danish Village with Its Saturday night, a group of L Purceta and Bob and Peggy
I Indian River Cily. South Tiftisville News shops, etc. Many Imports may "Junior" chaperones, recruited I TindalL
be purchased In Solvang.Mrs. from the ranks of the Teen
Wise, also visited with agers themselves assist tM W.S.C.S. Mooting'
Youth For Christ Mooting Arriving at Los Angeles International her nephew and his family in adult chaperones to the fullest The regular monthly meetingof
Rivervlew and her niece's family extent, thereby dividing the the Woman's Society for
Some of the and Airport
young people Christian Service of the Indian
in Saugus, Calif. duties of each group.
San Fernando where
sponsors from the Senior and River Methodist Church
she house of her Last Saturday the Junior City
Junior Youth groups of the was a guests
held last week in the
Christian and Missionary Alliance son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ten Town Club chaperones were: Delores Leslie was
Church of Indian River Dean M. Wise and their four Teen-Town Club met last Sat- Debbie Ponds, Judy Ashley, Church with the following present
3f City attended the "Youth for children Susan, Janet, Paul urday night for its usual dance Kathy Bas, Linda Leslie, Kathy Mrs.: Jack Wheeler, Presi-
Christ" meeting in Orlando last and Charles. Dean Is Project with 230 teenagers in atten Sleeman Billy Began, Greg dent Mrs. Charles Hecklemoser -
Saturday evening.The Engineer for Parker Aircraft dance. Harris and Elton Tindall. ;
choral group and special Company, Los Angeles. I Two service men, guests of "Soda Jerks" at the cold drink Futch Vice-Presldent, ; Mrs.Mrs.Thomas Perry -
singers featured beautiful I Escorted by the Dean Wise the club were William Phenicie,I stand were Anthony Simon and and the following
Cain, Treasurer -
Christmas music and the color family, Mrs. Wise visited many McGuire A. F. B., N. J. and Teddy Tindall. members: Mrs. Thomas
film, "No time to Walt" was I points of interest In California: Roger Snyder, Homestead A.F. Visiting parents were Esther J Jackson Mrs. K. Ahmle, Mrs.
shown. Farmer's Market, Olvera St., B. Fla., The band was the"Sensations" Kolonich, Tom and Rena Perk-
I Pete Holmes, Mrs. K. Boone,
I Knotts Farm, Will Rug Orlando. and Elizabeth
Afterwards the young people Berry from ins and Irvin
Mrs. W L Baird, Mrs. Rich-
had refreshments and on their ers State Park, Wm. S. Hart An innovation in chaperones Zekaria and adult chaperoneswere
return serenaded Park Braden State Park, Griffith Park and has been set up whereby each : Mrs. Lois Ramage, Roy Sea IRC NEWS en Page 1J.PLANNING .
# and his home with the chorusof Observatory and three of Fa
"Happy Birthday. ther Serra's Missions, The San
Fernando, The Santa Ynez, and
Those attending were: Linda
f Warner, Pat and Ronnie Smith, the Santa Barbara Mission.
Wanda Bryant, Mike Allred, The Wise family spent a dayat REPAIRSAND
,. Lake Arrowhead, at
a day
Jim Teahorls, Diane Allred,
Linda Bryant, Diane Allred, Solvang and another day at
i: Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor and Long Beach. In Long Beach
they went on board a United
Marty and Mrs. Roy Forward.
States Aircraft carrier and, v ADDITIONSMORE

Visits CaliforniaMrs. also, a destroyer as guest of ;- WANT
Commander Richard S. Holly-
Frank Wise Sr, of
__ u____________ Olmstead Drive, has returned er. Solvang is a village established
from a visit to California via by former citizens of
KITCHEN POLICE Putting the Jenny Kieffer, Charles Price and Dan ROOM
Delta Jet Denmark and is truly a replica ;
kitchen in order serving some 500 Kieffer. Proceeds of the dinner, spon -
i chicken dinners Saturday night at Fire sored by the Volunteer Fire Depart
Station No. 3 were, left to right: Ken ment Auxiliary, go to the new
Dossett, Richard Anderson, Lucy Dos- Y.M.C.A.
sett, John King (Y.M.C.A. Director), MARY CARTER PAINTS

Y.M.C.A. Benefit DInner Christmas party and that the Carols were sung games 404 Main Street AM 7-0731
A chicken dinner, sponsoredby boys would exchange gifts. played and refreshments ser Up To 5 Years Bank Financing At Low Bank Rates
the ladles and members of The troop received an official ved to Vivian Koehler, Eddie
the Volunteer Fire Departmentwas Troop Flag from the Boy and Vickie Mills, Anna and Don -
held Saturday from 12:00: Scout Headquarters In New Marcum, Debbie and Johnny SPECIALISTS IN COMMERCIAL AND
noon until 8:00: p.m. In the Fire Jersey, ordered by Don Dan Smith, Margo and Robyn DESIGN -AND
leIs, one of the leaders. Greene, Linda and Ronnie Bryant a e
being made available to Mary Ellen and Karen
r the new Y.M.C.A. Cadet Christmas Party Smith, Marty Taylor, Lee
Some 521 tickets were sold The Christian Cadets of the Thompson, Diane and Cindy
for this dinner at $1.00 each, Christian and Missionary Alliance Allred, Susan and Cindy FREE ESTIMATES- NO OBLIGATION!
and there was a constant Church held their Christ Combs, Douglas Ashbaugh, Wal
stream of diners all the time. mas Party last Friday eveningat ter Pltkethley, Dennis, Stevie
Some 24 helpers assisted In the Church Annex. The and Randy Smith, Keith and Stackhouse Construction Co.
the kitchen during the hours room was decorated with a
Patti Heinkel, David and H. T.
that this dinner lasted and if Christmas Tree, candles and
ever a democratic crew work. nativity scene. Coleman, Jimmy Brown. otis OP THB BEST I IN THE Tltusvllle, Florida P. O. Box 2122 Ph. 267. 688 After Hours Ph. 267-9568
ed in a kitchen, this was one The children each brought a Co-sponsora were Mrs. Roy SELECTIONS OF WALLPAPER CITYI I I
time they really did. Volunteers toy for the children of the Alliance I Forward, Mrs. Trent Colemanand Over 30 Years Construction & Home Financing Experience
consisted of a lawyer, doctors, Mexican Border work. Mrs. Jack Bryant.
a dentist a contractor a fireman ..-.-.-.-.-. n' _. _. _. ___ d __ __ _. _. _. _. _. _.
college students, Cape yFVWXWSlWS!**!! c <<
workers, a school teacher and
'Just plain citizens.

Vm The the Civic,be Dec.regular IRC held Allocation 10 next, Civic at monthly the Thursday Association Civic Moots meetingof Cen evening GET SET! READY! He's On His Way !

ter on Magnolia Ave.
A business meeting will be
held commencing promptly at

j 8:00 Federal bv: Bernard p.m.Savings, followed Carlin and of by Loan the a First talk Association p r We're ready too! Shop for gifts for all the family at

of Tltusvllle. N. E. -
Jones who was scheduled to -

talk on "Taking the Mysteryout i .. \ .
of Home Financing", will ( /
be unable to speak due to other "I,

} more ments.pressing business engage I PIRTLE PLAZA p i

Mr Carlin is eminently qualified
to talk on this subject as ) .
he is at present conducting a 1 'J \ jji
course for Bankers, Appraisersand I
Real Estate Salesmen and

Brokers Loans at the on First Mortgages Federal Savings and. I '!

and Loan Building In I SHOPPING CENTERt ; I'1

Cocoa Tttusvllle Beach.with He the has First been Fed.In ;

eral for than
more two years ,
Before this he was associatedwith
mortgage and banking .r zi I
firms in Orlando. He is .
a graduate
of the University of Florida I. /I. ;" .,
which he attended afer At Park Avenue and South Street (( ,.
In the U. S.
serving Navy. i g
Paul Wiley, V.P. of the Civic L .
Association will preside at this
meeting In the absence of the

will president be working, H. G. at Bartlett the ,Cape who I WE'VE BEEN ANTICIPATING YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS SINCE EARLY LAST SPRING! mrm.

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4. Titusvllle'g once "much on- I Eau Gallic, said the biggest able of his team, saying they're I II laps without someone falling by \position and the flanker carte:
thused" Jaycee football team Is problem Is getting the boys to beginning to work themselves in the way side," he said. with occasional halfback flare
beginning to lose some of it's show up for practice. "'Once I fair physical condition and guaranteed The Jaycees will be operatingfrom I and screen passes.
spunk, according to their they're here," Lane said, "everyone they should be ready a pro-type offense relyingon "Overall, we believe grid
coaches. works as hard as pos I. for Saturday's tilt which starts a strong passing game anda 'I' fans might be a little surprisedwith
John Lane, one of three men sible, but it', Just difficult hold :. at 2 pm. good fast backfield to motivate the team. Our offense has
heading the team, scheduled to ing a practice session with 13 i \Ve feel the team has come along their striking power. looked rather ragged this I
play Eau Gallic In the Annual or 20 boys. way since practice sessions Most of the passing will be week but It's only natural
Charity Bowl game Saturday in However, Lane talked favor. I began. We can now run three concentrated at the split end They've been working out for
nearly a month now, and the
entire team is ready for the

Like Leqs game"One" of our brightest shining

I Speedstsi;;; I which points is possesses our defensive real speed unit,,

r 1. Contracts is strength nothing, with, size wrong the and ability.exception with our There offense of-

;. few more plays and
By DICK COUCH choice of both Dallas and Denver American foursome that won learning However
Aiioclited Press Sports Writer of AFL in getting their timing down. -
the the 1963 draft. the 1,600-meter relay. Is
defensive unit shaping
i The Dallas Cowboys and New Carr, of Arizona State University NFL clubs added six other the club "
4 York Giants, destined to finish was a future pick of the collegians to their list of slgnees : into a real organized ,
far up the track in this year's Giants and Kansas City of the Tuesday. Lane stated.
last year'sgame
National Football League race, AFL In last month's pro draw. Western Kentucky linebacker Tltusville
should have speed to burn in Hayes, 21, played flanker, Dale Lindsey, Grambllng defen- I 7-0 in Satellite each Beach.
rr "J. 1963. running back and safety for the sive back Mike Howell and The two teams meet and release yearIn
Sprinters Bob! Hayes and HenrY Rattlers while handling the Louisiana Tech punter Dave the bowl game
Carr, double gold medal punting and place-kicking du Lee signed with Cleveland; all proceeds to the Brevard
Childrens Associations
i: winners at the Tokyo Olympic ties. The 5-fout-lO, 186poundflash Penn State fullback Tom UrbanIk County Crippled
,c r ; Games, signed contracts Tuesday holds world's records In agreed to terms with WashIngton Last year's game
;,,;W A" { .J with the Cowboys and the lo0-yard dash, 91, and 100- ; San Jose end Dave was the first contest.All
t r.. \\ffJ; Ao, Giants, respectively meter event, 100. He won the Johnson signed with Baltimoreand members of the team
... /." The NFL clubs, running sixth 100 meters at Tokyo and an- Grambllng guard Woodrow have to be charter or associate
I and seventh In the Eastern Division chored the winning U.S. 400- People, with Minnesota. Jaycee members.
.. .Ar ,,. ...... with one game remaining, meter relay team. Howell and Urbanik were also\ This year's special guest will

FISH FRY Surrounded by pots and of the Interact Club; Tommy Edwards, outbid American League rivals Carr, 6-3 and 195 pounda, picked by AFL teams. be State Jaycee President Palm Beach.Frank
pans, club members at Titusville High Letterman's Club; Tricia Taylor, for the speedsters, who hope to played one season at Arizona The AFL came up with three Foster of West
invade the schools' cafeteria today in Anchor Club; Marilyn Locklin make the grade as flankerbacks State, missed the next year because plums, Buffalo signing Notre STARTING LINEUP
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or defensive secondarymen. of injuries and Dame Norm Nicola, Virginia
I final preparation for the annual Fish Anchor; and John Loud, Key Club. passed up center Offensive Team
the 1964 campaign for the Olym State halfback Lynwood
Fry which will be held Friday after- -S-A Photo. Hayes, who played his football pics, where he captured the 200- Hart and Boston U. tackle John Left End, Charlie Sullivan
noon.Pictured from left is Herb Smith, at Florida A&M, was a future meter sprint and anchored the Henry I Left Tackle, Don Heacock
Left Guard, John Wells
I Center, Wayne Overstreet

Chamberlain Baylor Are fiiorfe Dame Making CageDee Manager Sport Dave Shorts Bristol's 1964 Right Right Right Guard End Tackle, John,,Llghtin Denny Lane Thomas Brown and Len

San Diego Padres won the Rogers
Western Division title then added Quarterback, Steve Bain
Comeback Under the Pacific Coast League Fullback, Charlie Cross
play-off crown. Flanker Back, John Fohl
Sidelined With Left Half, John Decaro and Dai-
By TED MEIER edged Holy Cross 7774. after the Crusaders had pulledto Bob Kuzava, former southpaw ton Cairns
.. Anoclattd Press Sports Writer The Commodores! Dons and within 7472. Houston then screwball pitcher, has been signed
Gophers won on their home made the first of his three foul as a Milwaukee scout for Defensive Team
Just did the
as they on gridIron
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with 24 points, and J Pettlt, with Russell netted 24 point and 23 this year under new coach courts while the St. John's Red- shots and iced the victory with 1965. Left End, Eddie White
22, swept the backboards and rebounds, running his career Ara Parseghian, the Fighting men survived their first road his last two after Tom Greely's Left Tackle, Earl Futch
Take Wilt Chamberlain away the Hawks finally cleared their rebound total past the 14,000 Irish of Notre Dame are on the test. Holy Cross put on a spec ,basket put Holy Cross within Jimmy Adair, Clint Courtneyand Middle Guard, Ronnie Lakin
from the San Francisco Warriors bench in the final period. Nate mark, as the Celtic outscored :comeback trail in college basketball tacular rally on John Uendclk- one point at 7574. Wendelken Jim Busby have been signedby Right Tackle, Jim Lopez
; separate Elgin Baylor Thurmond was high for' San Loll Angeles 15-2 during a three- under coach Johnny en's shooting In the second half finished high for the game with the Houston Colt ,45's as Right End Len Rogers
from the Los Angeles Lakers Francisco with 32 points minute stretch In the third quarter Dee. new after trailing by 20 points at 69- :27 points, 19 in the second half. coaches for the 1965 season Linebackers, Hollls Whitaker,
and watch the sunshine desert and breezed home. Boston'sJohn Dee's boys made it three 49.Three Ollle Johnson led San Francisco Don Percelll, Howard Bain,
California's National Basketball Ilavlicek\ scored 25 points I straight victories against no free throws by Jerry I||: with 21 points, Clyde Lee's 28 each threw in 16 for the Min Jack Blankenship
Association standard-bearers while Jerry West, hitting on M defeats by downing Michigan Houston In the last 36 seconds ![points sparked Vanderbilt while nesota as the Gophers won their Halfbacks, Dick Crabtree, Austin -
With Chamberlain sidelined Cily Approves of 24 shots from the floor, led State 100-13 Tuesday night. The provided the winning margin)I I I I Mel Northway and Archie Clark fourth straight. Mansberry.

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Baylor resting a muscle pull Recreation PlanA Baylor, who pulled a muscle halftime:rallied to lead at 63 C4, i S S Vty
Tuesday night, the short-handed In his left leg last Wednesday but the Irish were equal to the i
West Coast clubs were no match and aggravated the Injury last occasion '
for the'visiting St. Louis Hawks masterplan 'survey for. I Sunday, may miss five or six They tied the score at 72 72 r i
and Boston Celtics. The Hawks, parks and recreation development games, then went! ahead for good on two NOWOPEN"
paced by Zelmo Beaty and Bob I was approved by the City I free throws by Walt Sahm. Don
the Warriors Council last night to help determine
Pettlt, whipped
NO LOVEBIRDS THESE 1 Reed led the Irish with 30 poInt
t 113-92 and the Celtics trimmedthe Tltusvlllc's Recreational I on 12 field goals and six free
Lakers 108-08 behind the needs in the coming yean. NEW YORK (AP) "Whatdo throws.
scoring and rebounding of Bill Jim Says. Recreation Manager you want 'me to do, kiss I I All three of Notre Dame's victories I; JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS I
Russell. of the Florida Development him?" Bob Gibson of the Cardi have come at home. After
In a doubleheader at New Commission will conduct the nals asked when a photographer another home game Thursday
Wk! meanwhile player-coach I survey beginning Jan. 15. suggested: he and Yankee pitcher I against Detroit the acid test will ,
Dave DeBusschere led a Detroit According to Recreation Director I. Mel Stottlemyre stand clos come for the Irish. They will I
Pistons' comeback that nippedthe Jack Miller, the master- erThat play five straight road TITUSVILLE SPORTING GOODS
Knickerbockers 102-100 after plan survey will help the city I was In game 5. starting Saturday at !
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timore Bullets 10297 for their also the programs to offer depending I times in the Series Stottle won their records clean. Thirdj I j
eighth victory In, 12 games, on the area and ponu- game t, Gibson lost It. Gibson ranked Vanderbilt beat Western 1 j H
Warriors, who also latlon, won 5 and 7 and
The games was Kentucky 84-79; San Francisco, I <
missed injured forward Wayne "Our needs In just a matter acclaimed the hero. Relief pitcher No. 5, whipped San Francisco I ;
lilghtower, fell behind 37-18 at of years will be doubled If we J Pete Mikkclsen lost game } State 93-72; Minnesota, No. 8, ]I
jlhe start of the second quarter don't begin working now for the but Stotlle took the loss In the downed Marquette 78-59, and St i
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I City, County To Help LL's Colts, Green Bay Place I

II I Plans Approved For Three New Fields Five On All NFL Team

Titusville City Council lut Titusville Little League one will be a major league division of installation of the lights
night approved $ ,200 of city of the largest known LL or- field poles backstop and assist In I If JACK HAND I unanimous choices for the often- was one of seven repeaters
surplus funds to help construct will Indian River City which tat the development. The city willbear AtmUM Press Sports Writer I live team. Dick Schafraih' of Uevelu
the southeast
three new baseball fields for the ganliatloiu in year played its senior division the cost of clay and water NEW YORK (AP) Baltimore Johnny )Morris the Chicago and Forrest were of Green
TltusvlUe and Indian River City next year reach its limit in total on the Titusville High baseball line for the Titusville field. and Green Bay each Bears' record breaking pass Bay again offensive
LitUe League organiZations. number of teams. For the fled' will receive a senior dlv's-! Also, the city will continue placed five men on the annual catcher was an overwhelmingchoice tackles, although Gregg moved
Erevan County through part two years It has been operating Ion and major division field All-National Football League for flanker back Lenny to guard In mid.season when
Commissioner Ed Kittle of Distract with nearly 24 and :38 near the old county dump site, donating WOO to the league each team selected today for The .Moore, Baltimore big touch Vince Lombard! shuffled nil
1, will pay for the remain teams, and next year's league off State Road W year and for the 1963 season, a Associated Press, 'down punch, scored decisively Packer line
ing costs which are estimated should include nearly 32 teams, The County Commissioners maintenance man will be hired The selections were made bv as the running back Jim Parker of Baltimore a
at 15000. Total cost of the three the Little League's highest limit however are carrying the by the county during the I IS a 42-man committee of three Frank Clarke of Dallas took hardy perennial, was an a!-star
fields will be approximately Titus\ille LL's new field will burden of the expense of t b t week period to handle the from each of the 14 league over the split end 'Job, won by guard again, but Ken Gray of
20000. be located on Sand Point, and fields. County will bear the cost groundsGOORMIT cities. the ailing Del Shofner of the the St. Louis Cardinals took
'" ... Quarterback Johnny Unitas of New York Giants in the pre over the other guard job, held!
E ==' -==- ----",- -_ 'II the Colts and fullback Jim vious three )'ears. Mike Dltka, for two years by Green Bays
1JI! Brown of Cleveland went near the Dears' powerful tight end, Jerry Kramer who recently

New York Giants Aim At Dropping I Julius Boros, Mickey Minnesota underwent Mick Tlngelhoff surgery Vikings, .signed as a by free the

agent In 1062. took over the
first.string center Job, beating
I Wright Lead Cup Play out Jim Bingo of Philadelphia,
Cleveland Browns From NFL Lead i It 1l I the Incumbent, Bob DeMarco of

. ,_ SEBRING (AP-JulJus Boros match after Snead had defeated st mils and Mike Pyle of the
NEW YORK (Jl' The one ,just suit them fine This has become have a chance to overhaul the!' casually shot a twro-under-par 70 Tommy Bolt in the first one two Bears.
[time Dodgers cry of "wait until a traditional rivalry and Browns for the Eastern title this and Mickey Wright bad an exciting years ago. Miss right beat Green Bay put four men MI
[next year," is the theme of the both teams usually need no urging week, have said they hoped 73 Tuesday In successful Kathy Vhitworth last year In I the defensive unit Including
I New York Giants right now but' to hit hard against each other Sherman would elect to go with defenses of the challenge cups the Inaugural Challenge\ Match Willie Davis at end, Henry Jordan
lit doesnt mean they'll ease up the Bald Eagle It was Tittle they won last year. for Women. I at tackle Ray Nltscnke at
against the Cleveland Browns I. Sometime today New York who led the Giants to a neatly Mason Rudolph made a late Former national open champion middle linebacker and Willie
I in their National Football League I Coach AWe Sherman may executed victory over the Cards run at Bores but came up shy Boros had a remarkable Wood at safety Gino MarcbetU,
windup at Yankee Stadium decide whether he'll start veteran a month ago.: I with a 71 despite an eagle three birdie-birdie-birdie start, two veteran Baltimore end who

Saturday. Y.A. Tittle or rookie Gary The first place-Browns, 9-3-1, on No. 17 Beating the Browns and Wood at quarterback againstthe need only a victory over the Miss Wright's victim WM Ruth the first hole. then a 40.foot the season started, and Bolt
knocking them out of the NFL's Browns. last-place Giants, 2.2.2, or a St. Jensen who led briefly after two putt on the third. He shot par Boyd a corner back, were the
Eastern Conference title would The St. Louis Cardinals, who Louis, 132, loss to Philadelphia of the IS holes but never found the rest of the way for the out Colts' contribution to the defen

6-7-0, to win. If the Giants her touch the entire afternoon, going 31 Rudolph had problems live team.
tie the Browns and the Cardinals ending up with an 81. with approaches and putt ", I Bob Lilly, Dallas giant who U
Ken Venfuri Named As Golf's win then the Browns and The matches were a preludeto shooting the first nine In H regarded by many at the best
Cards will be deadlocked at 13- + ( tomorrow's start of the $40- five strokes behind Ute champ lineman in the NFL. made the
I 2, and a playoff will be necessary tom .. 000 Scotch Mixed Foursome Boron picked up two more club at defensive tackle.
Of Year" PGALAS If that happens, they will r Aft. + Tournament, a 72-hole event for birdies and one bogle In the Joe Fortunate the consistent
"Player By meet at Cleveland Dec. 20 The w pros and amateun. next seven holes to Increase his I Chicago Bears left linebacker,

Browns won the site by a toss of FOR A ... Boron defeated Sam Snead I spread over Rudolph to six with' and Maxle Bauchan. who had a
VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -I after a promising beginning to a coin at NFL headquarters 1pe. last year In the challenge cup only two holes to play. I fine year for the Philadelphia
Ken Venturi, who made one of his career. Tuesday TfAT.COOl 1 I But on the 4X0.yard, 17th hole, Eagles, were the corner linebarkers. .
golfs greatest comebacks with. The turning point was this MSMLV CAUGHT one with water In front of the .
a victory in the U.S. Open was. year's U.S. Open in Washington, I' "We are going to go with what FISM OVtRTHI, COALS Of AVIRy SMALL FIR[. CLEAN ANDSEAsorspwwiAPINBAcoeSAweUALTIONTLy CAPT.FRED'S. green, BorN Jumped to a bogie The only rookie to make the
Year Tues, D.C. we think Is the best team to wina IN A Paul
named Player of the CKAOf OF six while Rudolph knocked in a first team was Krause,
football for ourselves $UPtST IN day night by the Professional "It was the spark I needed, game Pal..,... cool( rollrwaPPte Vl eatxal.ts AT 40-yard approach shot from Ihewalt'r' Washington's fine safety from
Golfers Association.And Venturi said Before the season said Sherman Tuesday, We'regoing CAMI TIME, HSAT INSTANT 3. edge. With the eagle Iowa whom 12 intercfpUmwlead
Lloyd Mangrum and the ended, he had added the American to try to win for the sake ealNKs ed A POd r a 3 three, Rudolph cut the margin the league Pat Fischer" at
late Edward Dudley were elected Golf Classic and the Insuri"e of the Giants, nobody else. I ,-' J CUO ENJOY j ) to three, then a finishing two 3-foot( the smallest man to play
to the PGA's Hall of Fame in City Open to his 1964 lau "It wouldn't make any differ "ACOMPieTi with a birdie four on the 18th regularly! won the other corner I
ceremonies at the association's rels. ence to us if the race was over MOT MIAL--WITH NO5i3ea> aFOLDlD + ly Capt. Pr.d! Uwttw, Director to another Boros' bogie back job on his great season as
annual banquet staged this year We want to go out and beat aTOWAssif : MtrlM Situp, l.rlhaa. Bane was 3337 for his 70 a pass Interceptor and defenderfor
at the Sahara Hotel whoever we play," JUPaR-sTRINETN s.,,,. Cmny Amns.'I Cup while Rudolph was 383472. the Cardinali.PANNING .
ALUMINUM FOIL AN9 FOIL .+ .Htmpi RiM idling mnilar.
Venturi, 33, edged PGA tournament
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champion Bobby NI. Casey Stengel, Ralph Houk LITTLE ROOM IN you*rOCKBT. AS A PLAT(. foe RDeAT;
chols by 35 votes for the honor Ace At RO i4RlAf, ,. awes.ltCvfri .
this and Yogi Berra all won American -
"I never thought
would come to pass,": Venturi Royal Oak Golf and League pennants In their
said, referring to three years of Country Club registeredits' first year as Yankee Managers H'eo utIalATsalNOU.II

tourney play which brought second hole-in-one
frustration instead of victories. shot Sunday afternoon as
Plagued with ill health and an Rosa Poe, sank the 14th -=.--.;:;.
C admitted lack of Confidence, hole, a 174 yard par # lyv' '
Venturi went steadily downuill three. TRUSSESAuthorized
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first lady to shoot a holein ,751d4'.MtUIf'
'PLafa1e : one Two weeks ago, a rn A"Ai5, If w".cOlfroM Sanford Dealer "s' Mem*** Wwhft
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:IaIIS Cocoa man won the NORMALYILeSS Until Reef Truss Frafakrl allnf SysUM
honors as the first personto GviP7c023ct
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BowlingMrdnMiUr ,, flhwrl yuprf/pt NtARIAYJ PHONE 287.1111 ,
Unbeaten LaSalle checked the Rlh Individual limn: Glenn fMSAt TW/fS C ALSO -- -

usual scoring spree of Rick. Barry Wn Hi.b! ,. Helve Individual Parker..,1.14., Gl nnMlnrr. / CALLED NOOTOWL,$ vMNOnh, ............................... yy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyrlyyyyyyyyyyyly1EYour
and defeated Miami 90 86 in 614Mtndajr. ANP'F/BNr
"I.h tom sanest, Glob. Dlllrl.'uflour.
an upset Tuesday night G5.Hlrb USUAUY HOOTS fMHTTlMtS
Barry, the Hurricanes' 43 J- leant .inters Glob. Dlelrlbu'lnr passport 10ountllulllilng
Jar 'NOOMOO NdOhr70
polntagame scorer, was
to 27 by AI Tezsla'a 6-font-4 senior I' ".... w'.. ....t I HOO ffOO HOOANt NAt !
/ Labile'j little Curt Frail Glebe. DhklbullnC".Uo..1 U 10 14 11.r.v.rd k k KOI- *> HCAPNOMT rurrs. t i,

al scored 28 points fur the vic M.rl.. Norman atop 1.Old. ; Sri PAtr 6ROnwtnaGRAYAND8OWN
SDinnini what 17 r
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tors.The game was marked by a P'urnilure.', R.trl..r.tte. 211 It' 11Wlll 18 u c 5TREAKFP eREAi1MA0GAtP1r4
tight man-to-man defense. An salt ca.t Bow".. I LATE' Alir$,84Th, fRO6S,
eight-point in the second half supI", Mobil. e44i Ie'e g FISH AND wsfcrs 0 ALL. .
put LaSalle in front by U-M CX. M n CMS Atponcnp fis* ,,1 s-u.

The closest Miami came after Flown Pleat National of Dl.tlootto., teak 11 MChi. J: a ''it.. r tr re
that was four points as Fromal's ..,.'. Ba.1& 11 III giROS OF ftOrl.DASAM ", w ., ... -
Cult.r' Drur.
ball stealing tactics and a Airs 1.ob Window. 11aroyb11 r: I
smooth wprklng' LaSalle fail- Dn.lop""Du
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breaks Hurricanes.kept the pressure on the HUla Country/ a1 I I
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Mike Unoer hit 12 points and Team It*. 4 MS *TSTtam FOR THURSDAY

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Race Track Tax Nets '5. n uY I I II II RIVER
I Aerojel Building Port Canaveral Counties $13,000State I I INDIAN M 11I

Lock Gales; Florida's Largest I Green said Comptroller today checks Ray for E : a

$13,000 from the race track tax rS' I ( exalt DRUGS
Four lock gates, largest ever. Ines In the shipbuilding In. fund are being mailed to each i'f. I Ii
built for installation in a FlorIda dustry." of the (7 counties. .. : ;' '
waterway, are now under Each county received 111,000
construction at the Aerojet- Largest navigation lock in for the comparable period last S'j j i Indian River Plaza Rt. 50 I.R.C.
General Shipyards in Jackson. Florida, the Port Canaverallock year. Contributions to each county j : II
ville. will be a W-foot-wide and from the race track tax .' f ,. I y! I I SALE PRICES GOOD THRU DECEMBER 13th |I
The gates, called steel gates, 600.fuot-long earth lock chamber fund for the current fiscal period ..:
are pie-slice shaped and meas. are $6,000 up over the same t
ure 2J feet high, 54 feet wide which will provide a link period last year rrII .0/ YOUR FREE RX
and weigh 47 tons each. They between Canaveral Harbor and FRIENDLY DELIVERYREXALL
will be barged from Jacksonville the Intracoastal Waterway. It : 267.7933
'to the lock site at Port ZIP Put InfoChlrslmas I : k
will be the only ocean-access STORE
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Canaveral In February for Installation \ {
next In the 8 waterway between Ponce de '{ ,,*,
year $3 1 ;1 ..
million Port Canaveral Navigation Leon Inlet and Sebastlon, or a Mail ISL :" r
Lock as part of a contract distance of about 90 miles. r [I]
All major post offices have
for the U.S. Army Corps "One of the primary purposesof
of Engineers. the big navigation lock," recently converted their parcel )J
E. H. Fletcher, president of i said Col. H. R. Parfltt, District post sorting and transportation j
Aerojet-General Shipyards said i Facilities to the ZIP Code system WE GIVE
Engineer with the Corps of USE YOUR BNB
that, "The building of these! Engineers, "will be to preventsalt reports Postmaster Her L CHARGE CARDI TV STAMPS
lock gates within the facilities. into man Wattwood.
water encroachment _
of Jacksonville This Is important to people In
our plant gives
the Banana River while providing
its great evidence of the wide all areas of the country, since
an adequate
passagewayfor J
capabilities of men and macho almost every parcel at one time IL !
transportation of com-
on its trip goes through these
merclal products to Florida offices. The use of ZIP Codes TAX PAYMENT. D. Nash Sr., Ere- $18,660,000 tax bill which Southern II 1 Pkg. of Five Me RelitCHRISTMAS i
ports and for huge rockets of can save 24 hours or more in vard tax collector, center, looks on as Bell will pay the state, various mumi- i '
the future to the John K. Kennedy the delivery of most parcel post. Pat Blumer, manager for Southern palities and counties for this past year. I J RIBBON . 49c i
Space" on "ZIP Codes on parcels meansa Bell here, presents the company's When all taxes are paid, approximate-J
Island The Jacksonville district far less chance of damage'I' check, $529,129.45, for 1964 ad valorem ly 30 cents of every dollar paid by i 1
U. S. Army Corps of Enginceis 25c
because of more direct routingand taxes to Newt Jones,
deputy colphone users for taxes Blumer
goes i
Is responsible for design fewer handlings, but the I lector. This is just of estimated said. v lOc
and construction of the $3.6 success of the program hinges i iI j . I
million lock.AerojectGeneral. on public use of the ZIP Code I
Shipyards numbers In addressing packages I Don'l Confuse Christmas ceived reports of festive lights"Interfering" \ MO"-1 Roll, Package-Reg. 1.00
with the
Is a subsidiary of the Aerojet- he aald.Postmaster Llohls-I
General Corporation. Wattwood suggested of traffic signals. In some' !! LUXURY WRAP . . 69c i
that even U people do not I With Traffic Signals cases, it said, Christmas lights A
know the ZIP Code of the ad
are fastened to signal posts and \ Nome Glo Bill Reg. 4.39
I Scouts Hike dress to which their mall is
Enjoy going
Close proximity of illuminated signals in business areas often
the closeness of the decorations
Pass QualificationsTwelve they should use the code on Christmas decorations to traffic creates a hazard to safety, the I,to traffic I LIGHT SET $$2.891
lights many times is
return addresses. When cards East Florida AAA Division said I . . . I
I confusing to the driver.
and packages arrive, the five
Boy Scouts of Troop digit return address codes move directly to Alexandria today. I Approach intersections slowly y i r Nom. Ole' Bill Reg. 2.9, i
_'d.W..L:.. .- _._..:. 320 went on a S mile hike in the. should be added to Christmas through the Washington sec- The AAA urged motorists to .and take a good "bead' on the
.t. Fox Lake Area Sunday. Even tlonal center. This usually take extra caution at intersections lights, the East Florida AAA Division .
lists for use in the future. LIGHT SET $$1.99
Airman England though" this was a "qualification while ZIP Coded mall from a small. saves at least 24 hours. explaining that it had re suggests.e. j i . . . i '
hike the boys had fun
passing their Second Class er post office will generally be y Stainless Aluminum stand
England CompletesAir Tests, sent to the nearest main, post jR t. I
office or "sectional cen- CHRISTMAS $$9.95
Force Basic Junior Leaders Eddie El- ter", From there, it is sent dl. .
ledge, Harry Bell Jr., and Asst. ectly to the sectional center
Airman William M. England, Scoutmasters W Fisher and nearest the final destination. In Color for Christmas
IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan II.. Harry Suter, accompanied the most instances, this eliminatesat Gas Service Anywhere M! Auld. HairRollers I Ii
England of TitusvUle, has completed following boys on the hike least one further separationof NEW DAWN
Air Force basic military John Brandenburg, Tom Chad mall. Bows
training at Lakeland AFB, Tex. I dock, Ricky Nevins, Bruce By way of illustration, Watt. i i
Airman England Is being assigned Crow, Nell Mulls Gary Sut wood pointed out that a parcel HAIR COLOR
to a Tactical Air C o nv er, Peter Giesler, David Hum mailed from Long Beach, Calif and lips 2.00 i
mand (TAC) unit at Nellis AFB, phery, Wiley Fisher Jr., George to Alexandria, Va without ZIP Rig.
Nev., for training and duty as a Code must be halted enrouteto
graphic illustration specialist. Szanyi. Cincinnati for further sorting. 1/1 PRICE $$1.29r
Ills unit supports the TAG mission A few of the tests passed were From there it Is sent to the 1 1B I /
of providing firepower and Wildlife, Trailing, Tracking, or Washington, D. C sectional center o r While Th.y Lestl ( 1)rr )
other air support to U.s. Army Stalking, Use of Compass and and then forwarded to Alex.
force. Map Reading These boys are andria. Can A Full Sdodion o/
The airman Is a 1964 graduateof 'I'well on their way to becoming If the package Is ZIP Coded Lanolin Large Pius II
Titusville High School. Second Class Scouts. It will bypass Cincinnati_ andThis I CHRISTMAS J
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Under Consideration Dedication Sunday 5 HEADQUARTERSFor : f ff

By DOUGLAS STARR ly by Independent agents and fications under which rates are I Dedication ceremonies of the other members of the commtt-
Independent brokers. determined. new Brevant County Sheltered tee are expected to be on band, -
TALLAHASSEE (AP-A proposal The companies sought these Daniel McNamara. secretaryof Workshop for mentally retarded for the occattton. I
to booet automobile insurance two changes In Insurance regulations the National Bureau of Casualty youth and young adulu at Rock- The waiting lists for SunJand
rates in Florida by 23 percent Underwriters, first wit ledge will be teM Sunday, Dec. Training Centers are becoming I QUICK CASH !
came up for public hearing ness, described the classification 1J, at S p.m. !prohibitively long and the need
today by the Florida Insurance 1. Higher rates, on grounds of,
effort to
plan as an put The Brevard Association for for community support is becoming
i' Department which emphasized rising hospital bills and rising premiums on a more equitable Retarded Children is proud to increasingly necessary," LOANS TO $600 S
that a thorough study was number of accidents.
basis. announce the completion of this said Mrs. Ritz, Committee
Workshop -
Janned before taking any acQko. 2. A sweeping revision of the
facility made possible throughthe chairman, In
classification under "It Is developed announcing
: system a program
community recognising the the milestone reached In I
which premiums are determinedfor after an extensive nationwide our ATL
need and with dona mental retardation TlU9.CO..
fewer. than two dozen people the individual motorist. survey by NACA and NBCU to program. L.
[were present, most of them rep Larson said his office considered make the premiums as close as tions. H OF
nsenting insurance companies. the classification changesa possible to the insurance hazardof Representative Woodie tiles Printing Needs!
i an opening statement, State form of rate increase because"in the individual motorist," he chairman of the Legislative INDIAN RIVER 'UZA-U.C-267.472t JACK MURPHY
,Insurance Commissioner Ed it are factors by which rates said. Council Committee on Mental See The i
|Larson said "Conclusions will are automatically increased." McNamara said the plan was Health and Mental Retardation Star Advocate ) )aa) )aa ) ) ). ) )aa")12t21),
)be'reached only after a complete He said the plan raised from approved by IS states to become wilt be the guest speaker and
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study and review of the 13 to 260 the number of classi effective Jan. 1.
testimony> and data supplied by

tine said a second hearing was I Lakeview Hills DevelopingProgress I
scheduled for Dec. It in Miami
i j to consider rates for Dade Coun- is being made on. class: and it is planned to build I GIFTS FOR. i i I e l lI
iy Vnly. the development of a 200-acre some selling for $20,000 or .
tract located at the north shoreof
The 200 old line capital] stock
Insurance companies seeking the South Lake. The tract lies C W Danenburg whose office NEW
creases were represented ate north of Garden St and west of serves as sales agents for The Homemaker ,
ih *hearing by the National Bu- Carpenter Road, and has sev the property, said It is the only I
eati of Casualty Underwriters eral thousand feet of lake front lake-frontage now being developed
and,the National] Automobile Underwriters and there is a growing 4-SLICE
L Association.The age.Twelve houses are now under interest in the area. mdse The Hostess
companies are represent- construction by Jem BuildersInc. The tract is known as LakeviewHills. -
fit the motorist's level large ., In the $15,000 to $17,000 l
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Page II Tltuevllle (" .r''''.) Star-Advecire Wednesday, December '.1964 I r

NINTH By V S. naocler TMB NI' CIiiKUHf!
CUlT IN AND FOR ffItJtVA&D'al"'o. Deputy Clerk ev..L-f" Classified Ads

COUNTY (COURT '1AUDo. : ...... 71- A.
**I1I I. ).. M (Wed) 11X4 7 IN CHANCBKY NO. 974
NOTIMC' fl> ukmND: OTICIt: !: TO trXKD

fcOTIC: or SALE Ye.CL50. PlaintIff & Const.
Defendant It hereby .,.... that tkoundereltaod PubHoaUoa for Wed. LAKEVIEW HILLS
VIE MTATE gr FLORIDA TOt axeoutrlx will ..., at --I TO: CLEO L. wiraId*"<'l"t 1M. U ...JL..t. For MOL

HARRY COMMBft. BKAOKR, public wile at the front door of I Box 41Wataua Publication NIDY CONSTRUCTION.. reel

Defendant lb. Courthouse at bidder Tltuavllle. ToBfieMeo WANT AD BATES dentlals commercial and remodeling Fishing boating swimming
reetdmoe unknown Florida. to the hUheit for Toil are hereby S centi word
notified that a per 12 in Titus- boat docking: and other
hut known addron wai: caeta. the following described nroo complaint for divorce hu been Minimum Charge SOo years recreation
erty of the relate of Mantle filed ville Licensed and bonded facilities will beyours
101 IMoand "Wreet iirilnit you .od YOU are re I ALL CLASSIFIED ADS
Davis. deceased to wit: air con
Ch.tUnoi.ua Tenneue dltloner wheel chair Lot 1, attired to file your answer or PAYABLE IN ADVANCE' Phone AM 1-2388 when you move into
; pleading with the Clerk of UM Except Betabllihed Accounts the all new Lake view Hills
you ARID HfiRBBY NOTIFIED Block 24. Unit 3. Benlbel Garden Circuit Court for Brevard
that a tult for divorce and cue 'uhd.. Lee County, Fla. Solitaire M Tltuivllle. Florid, and to Couuty earn. and to chance the classifIcatIon residential area At your
tody DM bain filed e alntt :you In Diamond RIo*; Diamond Cluster a copy thereof ftpBBRT of any advertleement from that BusinessAnnouncements convenience, drive out Carpenter .
the above-entitled caueo and that Rlnr Diamond Bar Pin: Cameo OODBET, r.ot'o. Plaintiff ordered to conform to the polio
you ar* required to Mrve your WeddIng RIo (white told) and P. O Box 451. Cooo. Florida on of thle paper. Road and see these
aniwer or other written defeneei Eoitarn Mar Pin or before Dooember 19ih 1164. It The War-Advocate will lot new 3 bedroom. 2 bath. enclosed
upon Crofton Brewer *. Holland Held sale will b. held between you fall to do bo reeponelble for thanone homes
eo a decree pro more garage now
hon Palm Avenue Tltuivllle Brevard .- 11:on o clock. forenoon and 12 (K) confeuo will be entered atalnn. Incorrect insertion nor will XEROX 914 COPIER reproduces under construction
County. Florida on or beore clock. noon. on the 22nd day of you for the relief demanded It be liable for toClaatlfled .exact equip.
In any error anything photo
( the llth day of January. December. 1964; and the sale will the complaint Dliplay Rate ped with central heat, city
1y65, and before or Immediately' be lubject to confirmation of the WITNESS mY hand and She Available OB RequeSt and legally acceptable Complete water and sewer and sidewalks .
thereafter to file with the Clerk I County Judme Court of Tnylor official' seal of the Secretarial Service.
Court this lath
The Star-Advocate ... The lawns
Florida. which Court .rv. are fully
(if the above .tyled Court the or. I County day of November 1M4 Public. MoniQue Sec
Idnal' of cold aniwer or cold wrItten authorised said eel*. Curtli R. Barnes the privilege of revlilnr or rejecting Notary sodded with Argentine banal .
BEAT I>, WILHON any dvertleement retinal Service. 2323 So.
defeniwe. If any Clerk
of the Circuit Court grass which requires the
which It
fall do io. a Decree EXECUTRIX UNDER deeme objectionable Washington 267-654H
If you to by: V. 8 ti paoilnrDEPUTY
Pro Confeeto will be entered WILL OP MAGGIE DAVIS CLERK .advertisement to a greater extent minimum of care. Prices

ocalnit you for the relief demand DECEASED: (Court Seal than the coat of the apace WE CAN answer your dirty start at $14,500 with low
BREWER It occupied by the It.. la
In the Complaint CROFTON. Robert the
eel Oodbfv Eaq FHA or VA .
clean monthly
floor We
WITNESS my band and of filial HOI P. O. Box 483
seal. of office at Tltuivllle Bra- ATTORNEYS AT LAWP demo Florida All Department floors, walls etc., in stores Place your ordei

yard County Florida this Tth day O POX OAtSTITUBVILLE. Attorney for Plaintiff 1100 HopkIns Aye. offices, homes: daily weekly now and get Homestead

of December. AD.. 1M4 FLORIDA Nov IS. as. Deo f. > (Wed) 1964 Dial 267-4711 J. C's Janitor Exemption for 1965 Whj
CURTIS R. BARNES Dee, I (Wed) 1964. Office Houre 1:00: to S:SO monthly.
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Mailing Add....... Drawer A lal Service 267-4807 pay more elsewhere ar

"Your wife' calling from Glotzmeyer'a THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR TltuevUle. Fla receive less?
Store, BIT-she want to know what size COUNTY TATE OF FLORIDA BusinessOpportunities 800-3 bedroom 2 bath
IN CHANCERY home. White
horts NO. 29714NOTH terrazzo
you wear. P Of III IT floor. Central beat and
EVER1DQK Special Notice air. Built.in Westinghouse

I Sealed bid.' will ". received by IN AND FOR BREVARD DEFENDANT. Telephone . and low
Th. City of TlttMvlllo will held' public hearing en the Tltuivllle-Coooa Airport Authority COUNTY. FLORIDA TO: Wllhelmlna Everlilne Day 267-6808 I LEASE monthly

up to *::00 clock p.m.. Dee- CHANCERY NO. 29702NOTUB lIce Connecticut Avo Night 2071399ALCOHOLICS Two new Texaco Service Stations terms.

Tuesday, December 22, 1U4 at 7:30 P.M. In the Council ember 17. 1W4 .t the Commlailon- TO IierEftD Apt. W.No.Waiblnirton 41SN D. C. ANONYMOUS adjacent to Cape Ken 809-Extra large new home.
ere Room. County
Port Canaveral and Good location.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED If nedy. 3 large bedrooms
tuevllle. Florida, for: MarkingRunwayi Plaintiff you want to drink that's
Room to hear Interested persons In regard ret and Taxlwayev I ..... that a Suit baa been filed i In the business. If want to your Cocoa Beach 2 baths. brick fire.
Plant and ipeclflcatlona are I FRANK LAWRENCE GUYKTTK: above atvled court hv JAM EH. W. stop INQUIRE place. all electric kitchen
UVERIDQK drinking that's
the described open to Inspection at the office ot Defendant Plaintiff etalnnt our business. J W. McCreary P. 0 Box 036 central
A request t* reione following propertyfrem the Titunvllie-Cocoa Airport Auth- TO: Frank Lawrence Ouyette W1LHELMINA EVKRIDOb Uefrndant heat and air con

BP claislflcatlen te BW classification to orlty Tltuevllle.Cocoa Airportand Residence unknown: lee and you are required to Melbourne Florida. PAS 8434 ditioning wall to wall tar-
Its present a may be obtained from the known reeldeme being 14S64Jnd erve a copy of your Answer ot Animals or Texaco Inc., P. O Box 183Tltusvllle peting. Two car

allow business commercial. above office or from Maurice H. New. York Street Brooklyn IS. torn.y.your: laid WILLIAM Complaint K. on CHESTER hie At. Fla. 2672945. Priced at $22000 and garage low
Connell Ainoclatei. Ino, P. O
YOU ARID HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Box TS1 Merrltt Inland Florida, : BEAGLE PUPPIES registered FHA monthly
Box 77. Miami Florida. 83131, payments.
This application has been made by J. W. Bushy Bill of Comnlalnt for and file the original complaint In
upon depoelt of 11000. The full I choose now pick up at i Camping Hunting
the 846 Large 3
of -
the Clerk of bedroom 2
Divorce baa been tiled agalnet the Clr.
amount of the devout will be refunded Christmas reasonable. 2670285 I
cult -
you and you are required to Court. Brevard County. Flor-
upon return In cood condition bath home. !Many\ extras
acres a copy of your Anewer or lila. on or before December 74 FLORIDA CAMPER. sales and
Per property at the northwest corner of hug Avenue of.1I document within
I1M14. with this preowneJ home.
fifteen (15) dayi after opening of pleading to the Bill of Complaint rentals winter rates. 247
bid.. on the Plaintiff attorney ROBERT HEREIN FAIL. NOT or a decree Boats For Sale Old Dixie 2671384. Only $15300 with $1250
and Orange Street. A. SCOTT P. O Box 297. pro confeuo will !be entered Highway, cicwn Shown by

Bidder shall eubmlt a certified Melbourne. Florida and file the attaint you.WITNIiig.
origInal Answer or pleading In : my hand and seal of Child Care .
check or bid bond, payable to
The toga) description of which 1st Tltuivllle-Coooa Airport Auth. the Office of the Clerk ot the he aald Court In Brevard County 1965 854-ASSUME MORTCiAGE_.
Circuit Court on or brfore the this 10th day of Novem
orlty In the amount of five per .
Lots 1 end 1, Block C, ".h.", Addition Section 1, nest (5%) of their bid. Mth day of December. 1904 If you her 1M4 CurtIs R Barnei RELIABLE WOMAN WILL do Well cared for pro own.
fall do default ed
to eo Judgment by home, 3 years old. At.
No bid be withdrawn after Ai 5 HORSEPOWER babysitting in my home.
may will be taken egalnet you for the Clerk of the laid Circuit tractive
lot in
mine time for receipt of bide Court References 2670288. quiet residential
Township 22, Range 35. relief demanded In the Bill of
fOh a period of el tv leo) dive Complaint Byi V. A. flpanrler JOHNSON area. Has 3 bedrooms .
Airport Authority ramrod Deputy Clerk CHILD CARE and 2 baths
by hour
the rlcht to reject any and all DONE AND ORDERED at Tl (Circuit Court Heal OUTBOARD MOTORThis I day or Pay
A public hearing will be held before trie Planning and bid and to reedvertlee. tuevllle, Brevard County Florida Nov IS. 28 Dee 2. I (Wed,) 1861. week Indian River Heights $1350 down and assume

John 0. FI.k.. Chairman thle 23rd day: of November 1164 884 cubic Inch motor Is 2675766. $14900 mortgage payable

Zoning" Commission, on Wednesday, December U, '''4. Tltuivllle-Cocoa Authority Airport CIRCUIT CURTIS COURT R BARNEM!VEAL) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF i the most dependable outboard CHILD CARE. hour week. Experienced at $117 per month which

Dee t. > (Wed) 1961. CLERK OF CIRCUIT THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR made. includes all. Shown by ap
COURTBY CUlT OF AND FOR BREVARD care IRC 2677258. pointment.

City of Tlrusvllle V. *. IrpanglerDeputy BOUNTY. FLORIDA CHANCERY' Comes equipped with C 878 All
Margaret Cooper I Clerk gallon CITRUS FRUIT AND TREES new brick home.

IW THE CIRCUIT COURT OF. Nov 25 Deo. 2. I. IS (Wed) 1M4, THE! SEAMEN!: BANK FOR I fuel tank. Separate dining room
COUNTY. FLORIDA Plalnllff. Was . $270.50 FRUIT for HOME USE central heat and air

la Chancery No. 2WB28 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .... NOW. $230.50ROGERS conditioning hardwood
floors. 4
Wednesday, Doc. 9, I'MCITY TERRENCE L. PETTY IN AND FOR BREVARD ilnitle man and DOROTHY Due to our bit Christmas vol. bedrooms 2

ri.lntlff COUNTY FLORIDA JEAN; NEALEY. a single woman baths plus many extras in
ume of gift fruit shipping we
this lovely home
va CHANCERY NO. 2821NOTItH Defendant Priced
CAROL ANN PETIT TO A PI'It A B 1\OTI1II OK NUT OUTBOARD have a heavy supply of "good at $26,650 with 10% down l

OF TITUSVILLE Tot Plaintiff and DOROTHY JEAN 1103 GARDEN ST. atin" cull fruit for home use at 890-Extra large 3 bedroo
".. NBALKY home.
You CAROL ANN PETTY are CAROLYN HE88LER And all partlei claiming Interel 267-6414 Bargain Prices. Bring Large double garage
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING hereby your own with plenty
notified that A Bill ef Defendant aoi.e by t of extra space
COMPLAINT for Divorce baa TOt CAROLYN HEBILEReo JACK DAULTONnNBALrEYand ontaineri and SAVE! for your tools and work.
been filed ...in.t you and you George D Cram DOROTHY JEAN NEALEY and
The of Tlrusvllle will hold public hearing on shop Central
City a IN THE heat
are required to serve a copy of Chief Probation Officer to all partlei having or claiming CIRCUIT COURT OF and air
Tuesday, December 22, 1W4 at 7:30: P.M. In tho Council your answer or pleadln te the Third DIstrict Court to have any rlxht. title, or Intereet THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FRED BELL FRUIT conditioned. Dishwasherand
Bill of Complaint to the Plain. In the property herein deicribed IN AND FOR BREVARD disposal are included
Room to hoar Interested portent' In regard tot (Iff'. attorney O I. Pitta P. O New Bedford. Maeiachueelti COUNTY. FLORIDA : Miles North of Titusville on in the low
untened classification Box I40S Satellite Beach Flapleading You CAROLYN HBHHLER areb.r..b YOU ARE hereby notified thata C 2982&PETITIOI'f price of $16.250.
A te
request reione prop.rty an and fll. the orl.la.1 .n.we or notified that a Bill ot Complaint to foreclose a mort. OF ELLERT T. HiwayNo. 1 $650 dow and appro Jiu:

to an Rll classificatIon to allow epirtments. In the office of the Complaint. for divorce bee been r... .noumberla. the followlnll' WILLKTT per month pays all
dura of the Circuit Court filed agalnet In the Circuit For theADOPTION
on or you :
This application has been made by Broverd County, before tbe 4th day of January I Court In and for Brevard County Ol"rrrrtJI1c; J. COLLEGE OF CARL E. For Rent 744--Fish Camp Good loca

rapreiented by Id Kittles' County Commissioner luesIf. Florida and you are required to MANOR NO ONE aooordlnc. KNICOB III 5 tion' Excellent buildings:
to the -* A MJnor
of Anewer
.r" a copy your or plat thereof aa recordedIn FOR RENT 5 rentals
for property at Slngleten A'onv*-Arthur Dunn Air. you fall to do eo. Judgment. pleedlng to eald Comolelnt on the PInt Hook 14. pace 104 and Separate fish and
.y default will b. l.lIeD ....In.1 plaintiff attorney v. OBOROB! T. Public Record of Brevard Floor Sanders, Polishers tackle building Beer license .
port. you for the relief demanded In KELLY III First Federal BuildIng County. Florida ADOPTION OF CECELIA ANN Phone AM 73255 Shown by appointment
The legal description of which Ill said Complaint P. O Box S98 Cocoa Beach, h.. been filed ...In.l you In KN1GUB .
ThIs notice shell be publlnhed Florida. and file the original An the above-ityled pelt, and you are A Minor Factory Paint Outlet
ARTHUR DUNN AIRPORT once.ac'h week for four oon... ewer or pleading In the Office of ; required to serve a COpy of you fcOTiri TO nr-frio: Baldwin Shopping Center 772-Business opportunity.
itlvo week In the Tltuivllle St.,. the Clerk ot the Circuit Court on Answer to the Complaint on the TO: CARL E. KNIOOE JR Combination
FARCIL TWOA Advocate. Tltunvllle Florida or before the 4th day of January Plaintiff's .lIorn.y.. van don Reeldrnoe Unknown restaurant,
parcel of land In the IW'A of the NIVi and the Done and Ordered In Tltunvllle. IMS. It you fall to do so. a decree Bert *. Gay P. O Box 2407. Or. You are hereby notified that a. Continued On Next Page fountain and drugs Good
petition hae been filed i 11lb.
reverd County Florida thle 80 pro oonfeeeo will be taken I.ndo. Florida. and to file the location doing good business .
NWV'4 of the SIV4 of Section 32, Township 21 South day of November 1W4. ...I".t you for the relief original of tuch Aniwer with the hove etvled court hr ELLERY Owner has other Interest .

Range 35 last Brevard County Florida described Court fleal) ed In the Complaint Clerk of the atureuld Circuit CARL T. WILLETT F. for .b.bltd lrn: ef I Call for
This. ....1... ehall be dem.Dd.\\ Court 0" 0' before the 8. day of KNIOOF a details

.s follows! Curtle R Barnee Clerk once. each week' for...four !! December 1M4 If you fall io do and CECELIA, by the Petitioner ANN KNIOOF ELLERY, aminor Men And Women 604-Prime Business location.
of Intuit Courtby utivo week* in tne Tltunvnie eo. a decree pro conteeao will be
Commencing at the Southweit corner of the NWV Berth HallDeputy Advorate Tltuevlllti Florida taken axalnet you for the relief T WILLETT and you are re. 98 feet on U. S. No.1. 115

Clerk DONE AND ORDERED demanded. In the ComnlalntThle ulred t oaerveo copy of your feet Deep 3 bedroom, 2
of of said Section 32 thence S 0'07'
the NIV
run Dec t I. IS. :28 cWd.9 mlNOTic tuevllle Florid. this 30 .anar'l Notice shall ho publlihed Anewer or Objnutlom to ebow Neededto bath home Zoned for re-
00" W along the West line of the Nlft of said Sec. November 1914 nee a week for four coneecutlve cause AOl be why said petition should tall business etc. 27500.
granted on the Attorneveor
Court Seal) weeke In The Tltuivllle I Star
tlon 32, a distance of 6tO feet) thence S M'SJOO'B, I Circuit Advocate Petitioners. PITTS MORTON train an assistant manager 683-Trailer park in conven
'*: roil Biue I STEPHENS. P. O Box !4.S.
Curtli R. Barnte Clerk Dated this 3Oth day of Nov. and In convenient
117 o feet to the POINT OF BICINNINO of the Circuit Court Brevard ember. 19114.tCOURT atelllte Beach Florida aad file managers lent location. Large gross

lands heroin deicribed; thence continue S IV5300' Heeled bile will be received by i County FloridaBy HEAL) he original' In the office ot the type markets Good salary, Priced right at $80,000 with
the TltuevUle Coeo* Airport Authorlly Bertie HallDeputy Curtis R. Barnei Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I hospital Insurance, paid vacation terms
I, 400 feet; thence S 0'07'oo"W. IM.U feetj thence up Io 1:00: clock pm. December Clerk Clerk of the Circuit Court before Januery 4. lolL Excellent opportunityfor open
17 1M4 at the Commlulon- Oeorge. T. Kelly III By: Bertie HallDeputy HEREIN FAIL NOT or an.. 549-200 feet U. S. No.
on 1
N If53 00 W, 400 feet; thence N 0'07'00"1, par. era Room County Courlhoune TI. Attorney for Plaintiff Clerk ree Pro Confeeeo will be enter advancement with expanding

allal to said Want line of the NIV., 101.J3 feet to the tuevllle. Florida for; Medium Intenelty P. O Box SM Dec 1 I. 18. 23 (Wed,) 1 Runway and Ta lwyLlahllne Cocoa Roach Florida Wltneee mr hand and the peal feet deep. Price reducedto
General Stores Inc 531 Park
POINT OF BEGINNING. Containing 7.42 acres ..f eald Court In Brevard CountyFlorida ,
Deo 2. (. IS. 28 (Wed) 1964 $12,000.559SOt .
.. St. Titusville. 21 .
Ihle 30th! day of Nov. *
more or I.... Plane and epeclflcatloni are If you have rental her. IIMII'COIRT ft U.S. No. 1 frontage

A will bo held before the and open to Inepectlon at the oftlueof ( BEAD $65 front foot 29%:
public hearing Planning
the TIIUKVllle-Cocoa Airport l'IOTICI' : "NPIeIl PICT1TIOL'SN511iE housing list it in Curtis R. Barnre
Zoning Commission en Wednesday, December U,. 1*64. Authority' TltuevUle-Cocoa Air : LAW Orrk of the Circuit Court ENVELOPES Business Sizes down balance 5 yrs.
uort and mar bo obtained' fromthe I I F. e. KM.** The Star-Advocate! BY Bertie Hall for mailing Full stock al I 568-Small lot zoned for business
of Tltuivllle Clerk
City Deputy
above office or from Maurice located
H. Connell *. Annoctatee. So,., NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN Deo 2. t. II. 23 (W.d.) 1984. Star Advocate. on U. S. No.
Margaret Cooper 1 In canCer fit tatvn Vri..a
P. O. Hoi 1117. Miami Florida. Gist Hoyt C. Murphy, Joe F ears.hr "
City Clerk. SIII3S, upon depoelt of SIOOO. The and Helen Conelant deelrlng location: 50 ft.-i ie: 130
full amount of the depoelt will to la buelnree under the "' "
engage ft. deep. $10000( with 29%
Wednesday, Dec. t, lt4 be refunded upon return In coinS ficilti ouenamc of MURPHY.
condition of all document within FEARNLEY REAL JC 'TATIC. at r down.
fifteen (18) days after opening of 17 Beet Merritt leland CeueewayMerrltt CHRISTMAS SPECIALSLOOK 31-Owner needs cash. 143

bide. regliter. Iiland aid name Florida with. the Intend Clerk to building lots north of Titus

CITY OF Bidders shall submit I certified of Ihe Circuit Court of Brevard 2 yule priced at $275 per lot.
TITUSVILLE check or bid bond ,. hi. to of
y. County, Florida The Interest
Tltu.vllle.Cocoa Airport Authority said partlee In said bll.I"... I le aefollowei HERE FOR.THAT 10-100 x 100 foot lot zoned
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe In the .mollnt of five per nest i for multiple family dwellings .

(8"1) 0' Ib.I bid. Priced at $5000 with
No bid nosy b. withdrawn eit.rloelot .. HOYT C. MURPHY t/'
time for receipt ot bldl JOB!: FBARSLBY I/I i some terms.
City .. Tltutvillo will held a public hearing en for a period of elmy icon deye HELEN CONSTANT I/I SPECIALGIFT 03-Been looking for a small

Tuesday, December 22, 1H4 at 7.30 P.M. In the Council The Airport Authority reiervee /./ Hoyt C. Murphy A acreage tract' Then this
the right to rejMt any and ell HOYT C. MIRPHI I
Room to hear interested persons In regard tot bide and to readvertlie /eJoe FrernlrrJOB may be It. 6 acres with
John C. Flake. Chairman.TltuevUle FEAR1LBY Burkholm Road frontage
A request to reione the following described property -Cocoa Airport HELEN/./ Helen CONSTANT Conitant i and SAVE ill illIf Many trees. good fertile soil
frem Its present R IB' clattlfcation( to an R.1 clenlfltellon. Dee .. S IWed) t18l. Deo I. S. II. 21 iWsd.I 1W4 I and a flowing stream runs

Ths application hat boon made by Joe Marheny, representing -' -- along one side of this de lr

Canaveral Hills Bntererltet. able tract. $1500 per acre
A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION: OF PORTABLE TV 17". Good pic.ture Give Mom a Treat for with 29% down
For the last side of 405 Southof CITY OF TITUSVILLE
property en State Route .
THE STAR ADVOCATE Can be aecn call 267 the Holiday 37-Large 81 acre tract

the Country Club. would make a perfect year 2570 for appointment Make it Dinner At with v, mile of U. S. No.

The legal description of which Isi NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe round gift that would be 1 frontage Suitable for
A portion of the Watt Vi of Section t. Township 22 enjoyed and appreciatedby FAST FILM developing 24 hour trailer park or subdivision
and to
the girl
South Range :35 East, Brevard County Florida, City of Titusville will hold e public hearing on school boy or in service away For service SPECIAL for Decent U Palm Avenue 60-150 acres available

end mere particularly described at followt C... Council mer residents would appreciate ber Kodacnrorae-Ektachrome Titusville Florida. Priced at $500 per acre
Tuesday, December M lt4 at 7:30 P.M. In the
135 20 slides and Koda 20% down and balance in
mence at the Southwest corner ef Lot One Block a subscription too. To JEEP FOR SALE. 267.3674
Room to hear Interested In regard Hi chrome movie
persons have started just call mm -90c per 5 yrs. at 61 interest
roll. Jeans Jewelry, Big Ap.
the Star Advocate* Circulation 82-Good buy 20 acre tract
according to the plat thereof, recorded In Plat A request to reione the following described property Department. 2<7.4711. pIe Plaza FOR SALE 1957 Chrysler Imperial located Just outside city

Book 4 at Page 70 of the Public Records ef Brevard frem Its present R-J clasilflcatlen to a BA clatilflcalion $475 267-0972 limits Very high rolling
County Florida; Thence run South 1124$" Wont, to allow a convenience store and drive-In. feclllties. Gifts For The (strawberry roan) year$100. 267- 58 C J 5 Whys Jeep. Good land. Priced right at $1500
with 29% down.
along tho Easterly Right of Way line of State This application has been made by C. S. Geanern. Boating FamilyWe 5304 shape. 2672194 per acre

Reed No. 405, for e distance of 720.65 feet te the Per property en the north side ef Garden Street .between -
THOMAS ORGAN $200 trade
or PALOMINO PONY with sad
Point of Beginning Thence continue Southwetterlyalong Lenere Avenue end Petty Circle. carry every poenble acessory ., for piano or car. Call 267.2637 die 2fc year old. saddle

tho said latterly Right ef Way line for. dls. for a safer and more Lea Houghton broken. 2672259

lance of 213*.24 feet mere er less, to e point en the Tine legal description. of which 1st enjoyable time a float ,
Begin at the Southeast center ef White Acres Subdivision 1960 AMAH YD 1. $250. Call MALE CHINESE PUG. $90
North line of the South 17 acres ef the $WV of How About One I after 4. 2678818.SOMETHING .
as recorded In Plat Book 13, at Page 11, 2677133
said Section t; Thence run Easterly, along the of These Sugxestiou:
of the Public Records .. Brevard Florida DIFFERENT
North lint of said South 71 acres, for a diitarxe ef County, } C PIANOS ORGANS
run thence due last along the North lino of Car- Spot Light on J17.95 II Hand blown decorative o ACCORDIONS
301.37 feet, mere or lets, te e point which It 300
don Street, en 13 ft. right ef way as now established Spttdom.ten $12.91 glassware by Rainbow o GUITARS UKULELES: DANENBURGREALTY
I feet last of said latterly Right ef Way heel Beautiful color and designs 0
and occupied for a distance of SSI ft. thence Compasf $10.95 BAND INSTRUMENTSLNSTRUCTION
I Thence run Northeasterly, 300 feet lat .. and per t 1 Prices! from $1.00. o : on all
due North 167 ft. thence Wtsl and parallel to tho Cigarette Lighten INDIAN RIVER REXALL
.llel to said Easterly Right of Way line, for a dl,. Instruments
right ef way of Garden Street e distance of Ml ft J for your boat . SS.95 DRUG KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC
fence of I'M 71 feet, more or less to a point
f" thence due South 167 ft. to POINT Of 8ICIN- Water Skis from Sit.00 INDIAN RIVER CITY 21 $ W. Tropic 267438S
Thence run North f15e22" West for a distance of I

; \ 304.30 feet to the Feint of '...Innlnt.I NINO. Air Horns from $2.98 GIVE AWAY KITTENS J167 GIVE THE gift that says 1 1514 South WbNngton
Life Preserver from S3.UI Old Dixie Hwy 267-0972. 1 "Mer Christmas'
;' A public hearing will be held before the Planning, and A public hearing will be hold before the Planning' and the every I AM 7-358

I, ,I Zoning Commlislon en Wednesday, December U, 164. Zoning Commission en Wednesday, December U. IH4. THIS IS JUST A SAMPLE ORANGES.Parson Pink FINEST GrapefruitS : Nml EtcrR CLEANER lear AUTOMATIC Open *$. MOB thru Sat I

f Li: City of Tltusvillo City of Tltusvllle MANY MORE TO Lakes. 267-390S. Call 28773) or by appointment!

Margaret Cooper Margaret Cooper CHOOSE FROM Al alter (ZC Hr. TeL AM Service)

ENVELOPES Buflness Suet Where buyer and MEcr!
, City Clerk. City Clerk. Outboard for m.lHnr. Full stock at SUZUKI SO CC MOTOR BIKE. peel and lit brttpr and aster ei

f, Wednesday Doc. '. W4 Wednesday. Doc f, 1H4 Rogers Star-Advocate. I months blIP new Call alter !Sen ue

1193 Garden St. 2S74414 $ ,_lB. 267-2432.


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A Little Homework Reading Classifieds Bring Top Grade Results

Continued from preceding page' For RantAPARTMENTS For Sale For SalePIANOSORGANS

I Have BUYER Fare I-

For RentAPARTMENTS FOR MINT TV and PIANO. Caa be seen Make this a Christmas the ROYAL COLONIAL e bedroom, 2 baths, quick
at Jack's Transfer and Star. whole family will rememberfor GARDEN possession desired, purchaser -
GIRL TO SHARE!: apartment age. 2C7-1TM. years to come. New APARTMENTS hat good position

I with single girl-teacher. Mod- 1 HYDRAULIC tall gate lift Spinet piano start at $399. "Welcome to Gracious Livin with major company, small
FOR RENT completely furnished, I
I erR Select your own payment down payment necessary
rooms, private bath all utilIties Fits W ton pickup. XI 269. plan.Guitars.
included. $62.50. 267 These Luxury on.: bedroom apartments of spacious casual t bedrooms, 1 bath
PPER APARTMENT 2 bed. FURNITURE DISCOUNTSALES. ukulele, band Instru elegance with Individually controlled air conditioning I I quick JESS W CHILDRE
room 2 bath, available Dec. 31S7. Mattresses offered at ments. and heating Deluxe baths, electric kitchens possession good buyer.
f a. 267.3269 after warehouse prices. See ua to KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC
noon. FURNISHED APARTMENT for automatic defrosting refrigerators TV and
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT_ couple or three working men. day 2111 Garden St. Nidy 212 W. Tropic 2578383 telephone outlets sound proof off itftet parking Space Real Estate Inc. NeasToN .usboer

[ twin beds kitchen, bath, 602 Tropic. 2671926.Shopping Center. 2t74733 or (Continued on next page) other spacious landscaped private grounds and many GLEN SCHLUETER t

[ Adults. Reasonable. 2674397. DUPLEX tOil RINT features.AVAILABLI 267.6066LET ,
DEC 15th. 1H4 ee.ujrwt
lose In. efficiencies weekly, 2 BEDROOM BATH unfura in packing and moving furniture for mailing. Full stock at e'l ,
fished apartment range, like wrapping fish, protecting Star-Advocate.
monthly rates air condition- W.
( ed. 417 Julia Street new. Call 287-2370. floor and furniture when Realtor PHONE asr-wii US
painting, etc. Big bundle We.
2 BEDROOM DUPLEX. New Circulation at Stab ..
furnished air BUILD
: apartment completely turn- January. 1964. Advocate, rear of building YOUR WHITE ACRESNo
Mims Cal
*''l hed. Private driveway. conditioned; area (
"... Indian 267-0391 after S pm.HOUSES 200' US No. 1 LOOKING FOR A HOME? HOMEIN
Storage Adults. qualifying:-New 4 bedroom.
"* River Avenue. FOR RENT river frontage BEAUTIFUL 2 bath Sell Price $17,300.
INDIAN RIVER approx. 650' to Don't Have The Down Payment? Down payment $H)0.( Monthly
BRAND NEW Furnished 1 2 BEDROOM HOME furnished CITY new adjacent THEN FOREST HILLScall payment sin 1 Including prlnclpal. -
Adults. $90 month. 267-0218.) .e Interest, taxet and Insurance.
"sand 2 bedroom apartments to Howard John today
t 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths and air .
: I lair conditioned. Maximum :2 UNFURNISHED S BEDROOM conditioned. $1200.00 down son's 75000.

I [children $100 and $110. Phone house (Whispering Hills) and assume loan. Payments 233 VS No. 1 river frontage WHY NOT TRADE HAWKINS New 3 bedroom m bath.
t 267-G748 or 267-6634.: Rent $110, vacant Dec. 13 only $106.00 mOoS approx. (SO' to new bulk. CONSTRUCTION CO. Sell \price! l4.ouo. Down payment .
2670968. Bedrooms, 2 baths family head line <@> $200 per front 267-2061 $450. Monthly payment
I"f room and garage Air condttloned. foot. Let us show you how you may have your Dream $ut Including principal In-
THERE IS I FURNISHED 4 'bedroom home: $2000.00 down assume 108 US No. 1 river frontage Hem the easy way. If you hive equity In a house forest, taxes and insurance
immediate' occupancy. Preschool loan. Lot, Trailer Boat, of Valuo
approx. (50' to new bulk. Car Notes or Anything
i STILL TIME age children accepted. 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths, family : head line $150 per front Call Us. Wi will take It In on a new horn for year I New 3 bedroom 2 bath Sell
Large yard, $135 monthly, room with fireplace. Ga foot. family BUILDERS price $16,0)10.) Down payment
548 Lenore 267-8633
TO PURCHASE YOUR NEW Avenue. I rage and air conditioned. 200 west side US No. 1 300'efllty WW. Monlhly payment $11.

HOME SO THAT YOU CAN For Rent 3 Bdrm 2 bath $2000.00 down and assume adjacent to new : "THE TRADING MCIAllTS" WANTED taxes Including and insurance.principal, Interest
MOVE IN THIS YEAR AND unfurnished house Bell- loan. Court $65.000
BECOME ELIGIBLE FOR wood area $100. Extra nice 2 bedroom home low down payment I New 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Conventional .
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONFOR Now renting 1 Bdrm luxury with m\ bats All the extras 220'x275' west side US No. SUTTON & ASSOCIATES "FOREST HILLSESTATES" financing. $17.959.
IMS furnished apartment you want. Payment t IRC area near new Down payment $950.! Large living .
Royal Colonial Apartments $100.00 a month. Dutch Pantry 68000. ': REALTY CO. room, turquoise kitchen
$136. South Lake Village< 3 bedrooms Down Town 72 x200' between !I JUST A FEW LOW fireplace.
MODEL HOMES W J. Smith. Realtor IVi baths and Florida north IIS'slsuth 267 9440 1528 S. WASH. LEFTI
SACRIFICE SALEI! 2001 S. Washington room. F.H.A. terms. lanes US No. Commercial site on U.S. No. 1
Don't mils out on these Titusville New Sand 4 bedroom Nice wooded corner residential CHAS. JANNARON1Tltusvlll and Garden Street from $5,000
lovely homo In one of the Phone 267.3511 homes. Extra large lots, lot IRC area Shopping Centu to $73,000.
F.H.A. terms with $45000 paved street and city AM 1.3441Printing
sections of
the city.growing All have three SCOTTSMOOR. 19 PALM. 2 and up down. water $2300. OWN YOUR OWN SPACIOUS HOMI fOIT UU THAN lit NTBAKKLAN0 > CallJ
nice sized bedrooms, twobams bedroom furnished house. Large lots outside city limits Wanted Listings all types W. CIIILDRE Realty
$70 month. Will share with -Pick "Help us to help our new
yours today
mod.rn kitchens. two people for $25 week. oplthbors" Needs! 267-9603:!
other desirable featwos.
many. Sal priced. at |lust Sunday After 5, weekdays R.M. Morris, Saturday JOHNNY A. MOLES W. J. SMITH, ESTATES See The
$15,500. with low low pay Realtor Read Star-Advocate
merits. You can make a 2 BEDROOM home, partly Star Advocate
1240 S. Hopkins Ave.. Classified Ads
real deal on one of ths*. furnished reasonable, Scotts- 2001 S. Washington
Phone 267-O27 or NO MONty DOWN I NO CtOSMO cone TOVX I
f moor, 267.2398.TITUSVILLE Phone 267.3511 rvaCMAIlia MINIMUM PM WMNw -
267-7559 after C P.M. NEW HOMES
: TitusvilleJUST BtBBB1133t
i t i bath, fenced citrus tree. I DESIGNED t, moil modem envelopment at i LUXURIOUS
NO QUALIFYING $125 month. 2879189 after IIp.m. the rool Mod luxury a* the prkol I
,I'' I Like new home on well landscap FOR BETTERy. with brick fronts a blf |... 34 BEDROOM
,' .d lot In I Imperial Kopod yordi Colonial eilumliiinn' CUSmOCSJCNCD
46 I Estates. Just steps away OFFICI FOlf RENT UVIN6a windows Die Wrtht with M ...., HOMUONUHGf
:I ?1 from school, bus stop Walk\ EE\r fixtures torrono) floors 0 a>..loi.* fi WOODED IOTJ...
across strict to area's On U.S. 1, prime location, call A clouts with lowered doors C tfovkl. I : MRNaYWBUROAR
1 Ingest shopping center. 3 3 2678866. sliding glara dose -WI", yore] e YET ONLY MINUTES
bedrooms, 2 tile baths, AND 4 BRS. kullHn TV (oclis HI"*window Jilt TO NASA CAUSEWAY
tremendous kitchen double ROOMS utility room 40-c.ollon weter hooter
carport Mike reasonable PRIVATE ENTRANCE, private jfe LEFT IN BEAUTIFUL CENTRAL HEAT a eonorote rich weyl ANOAUKHOOU -t
\ down payment and. bath refrigerator $18.50 and MORII
assume $110. total monthly weekly or $55 per month
ly payments. BETTER with utilities 267-4082. 703 Forest Hills $11,300-$14 M leou"fu1 Ifidn.e.Built-b.YeppemenaMty 1
t HURRYI I I Washington Avenue, Indian .AIyMr. (7') rang wlm hood ......... Double. "'fi'r"
River City.'HEATED. fm same ere. sinks For ml... ..........1 n
', PRIVATE entrance q, u
ME IN and bath. 1 or 2 men $10 -
weekly. Phone 2672090.
Room to roam In this truly I MODELS OPEN FROM $77 MONTHLY
home the FURNISHED FOR comfort a 11
new on e N..ny beeutd.l
north sld. Has 3 bedrooms TV air conditioned in private .lJ SII THEM NOW Including principle, brtoml MM*,
rm Imuronn. te en11sA. ak ,.,......Roo,.
((1 larg), glant-ilie living home for refine per wttfc ewpt4IMng
room, 2 built-in baths, enclosed son. 2673096. I
.Oil Hoc
lot surrounded by deslr- NEAR SCHOOL s CHURCHES a SHOPPING CINnil e PAW .
able homes. Just U,500. single or double, private en OryWV-toraSowore
with $400 down FHA, NO trance. 267-0968. ChooM From 3 Qualify Built Homes S Ple.tered. Weib.

I DOWN VA. Buy this wok from
TV AND MAID service 527
and. you can pick the colors. Washington Avenue. Loaded With Extract N, SINOUTONAVI. TITUVIUIrtA' ,K, 26MI46 13,9SO

men. Private entrance $15 a $75fANOTHINODOWN"
NEW week. 267-4463. t 0.

flciencies for rent. 801 Orange Just Good BuysIn e
real Doll$390 House Largo St. 2673400. QUALITY BUILT BYCONSTRUCTION FHA-$500 DOWN

bedrooms, ample closets, LARGE ROOMS, gentlemen (N.CtafneCer,
built-in kitchen. Recessed $15 weekly double. Including FISHER- I CO.
front porch, sliding glass utilities 267-4103. Phone 287-0564 Real Estate .
doors to largo rear patio.
Just off Garden trot, on STORE SPACE FOR RENT
high and dry lot. $17.00
month Includes NEW STORE building for office ;.
per Is every or business. 151 60 ft 677' U.S. No. I Frontage South of B.II wood near. new Cause
thing. This scarce
Item. a Heated and alrconditloned. "North Brevsrd'i Oldest Real Estate Servlc," way Better Hurry On This at $110 per loot with termi

ra Phone 26741180.WAItEHOUSI .

MR. EXECUTIVE Cpft Lots on paved atreeta High and Dry some trees S2VBS.
Let us show you this custom WAREHOUSE suitable for ", ", ( with $300 Down and $40 00 Mo.

built home In lovely Car shop, garage or storage. In .. ,,
dendalo. In quid establishod center of town. See H. H.
Route 50 and I M Interchange 35 acres Dear this strategic
neighborhood. 1 spacious Hudson at StarAdvocate.WAREHOUSES MIw4 fdspiw.
location at $OM .
per acre. Re aosep4taleeiNe' .s.6eaeb, Dan
bedrooms, largo pan NOW UNDER wale, AM 1.5011 .......,.'lit"..... eels C.......
dad kitchen.family room 2 car openingInto ,.r.g.. construction. Any size op to I II Near Catholic School and Shopping I Bedroom Iv Bath.Two **. MOM. **....,.teen b..M.. .r.

Designed by an architectand 30.000. square feet lease. 2670564. FOR RENT-Two-One Bedroom Apartment I to choose from, conventional or flU financing.H SUCH oneN w Nw. red MM. a ...-...Ca a I.ehNee.,. KMM. *

constructed by a quality Industrial available.For or. commercial and one-two bedroom air-conditioned house. i ee-M-OMtfNMMlIt. U4 IWtMf, ybM,,
builder Sailing price apace Available about December 19. Mile Route SO Frontage This ISO acre tract"I Is la the Flu KM Mrs. tot. """' '' mused
under 20000. Call today SaleANTIQUES I path CM progress, be sure and see this at $100 per acre (tlaNM'napsaNenme.M.
for appointment' to Inspect. LUXURY .
2. We can place you in a brand new home for only .ip.wl DMT iMlMTMl, Mft

$350.00 down payment and $78.00 a month. Choice 2i' Acre Corner near U.S. No. I North of Mima In MlttMl.hW SEE TWO restricted srss. Won't last long at $2905. ..*... MMIMI. IN firty kAI
Very desirable now home Ironstone china Sterling spoons, 3. Drive out Singleton Avenue <(
In Whispering Hills. Selling slant top desk large Pine Street) to two-atory model home at first inter Colored Apartment Site 4uo' Road Frontal atWater
i far |lust $1",fOO. but drop leaf table large round. section. Information available on twenty-five and feewtr $ XO. Cash! IIUt1I1t11011t1 ........

and FHA amraliod$21,500. Roomy for $21,100.In coffee, table etc. ,House pierced full tin of cupboard re- homes from 1550000. All lots on paved !, @ =-= .mm-s. .:=

every rio Christmss. and Immediate I Bedroom Home Included in Low Price of $11,500995 Mse'p.
garag Let us snow you ter occupancy on several ..........1eeM.wean
a ,=.ni_ MATTOX ANTIQUES homes. FHA and conventional financing.SALESMAN down.Chock

805 N. DIxie New Smyrna on premises from ten o'dockever''day with u* on these and other fond boys la home 06tudlo
CALL TODAY! iota acreage and highway frontaga.RYAN. I fc 2 Bedroom Rental Aoartmonta
from S100, monthly Uafuralahedafodela

"The Home vyer's 4. ATTENTION NEWCOMERS: If you arc withI I Now Open For in.p-"Unlt
GIVE i: out transportation or not familiar with the : rw...... -edda sew I. 1t,1a,. Dee. 0Ie", aa.y

Shopping Centerta I Titusville area call now for one of our staff -

to conduct a tour for your family. We will help I jr1.

SUTTON ELECTRO LUX you locate the exact home for your family I ,g3 *

financed exactly to fit your budget.&yan IMPERIAL TOWERS


;,i 152 S. WASHINGTON Pboae .Conway & WnJaJ .!Jnc.I I

Office Ph.: Homo 'h.., Al MiER REALTORSINSURORS O. Ryan. Reg Broken ,t"twr.

/TIV J.7.45J4 2677280 Dial AM 7.2011Day, Night or Holidays 267.4665 Call Anytime

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A Community Of Fine Homes r In TitusvilleOnly Imo Several to>> $U90 Lane Horn LOTS* restricted fOR SALE to isoo la*

FH A LOWDOWN PAYMENT 2 Miles West of U. S. I On Garden Street COWART & CARTER

THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TILE BATHS .3200 Garden 287-3222 St., or TituavillePhonr. 267-2331

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(Continued from preceding page) For Sale HelD Wanted Mobil Hornet Real Estate Real Estate Services Used Cars & Trucks

scientific break through 267-6572.
Leaves us with a like new WAITRESS EXPERIENCED 1 BEDROOM EXCELLENT plenty of road frontage water in auto polishes. Unlike
Slightly damaged box springs Automatic zlg tag sewing apply in person, Rlvervlew condition 2253 Old Dixie and sewer available. Sensibly INDIAN RIVER PLANTATION anything you have used. IS 1963 CORVAIR MONZA dlr.
Restaurant Hwy. Dixie Trailer Park. ESTATES min. to wash clean & conditioned radio automatic
and mattress 3650. Foam machine. Please take up last priced to allow margin
6" mattreis 2950. Walnut 4 payments of $8.04 of $2800 CLERK STENO I, Recreation for profit. For details call 3H Miles No. Mims laces coat your car oil transmission 18,000( mile
corner tables $8.50. Sofa beds or cash. For information Call Department Must bave know. TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT Arrow Realty 2677037. Titus Custom built spacious home etc. Contains no $1790. phone 267-6201 or t'ap
new and reupholstered $3950 267-5530. ledge of typing and short ville Florida. situated on large lot (over or wax For info. call 267- 267-6895.
and $49.50. Maple beds dam one acre). Include 3 bedroom 5848. "
hand be able meet
Must to
aged 1250. New electric CARPETS Excellent CHOICE LOTS AVAILABLEat 162 ft. by 400 ft river to high 2 bathe Florida room 1964 FALCON speed.
public. working Assume
close in. Excellent buy.Edwarda double centralbeating ( bucket seats. pay
stove Frlgidalre 9950. conditions. way curpcrte FREE! !It!
Beginning .allry2M.GO 2674619.
CITY TRAILER PARK BaldwinShopping I ments. Call
12 ,
Realty and
loo pet. 501 Nylon per month. 525 Palm L. P. BOTTLED GAS
In 3 minutes for good used Up to 30 Sq. Yds. Avenue. 799 Cleirlake Road Center Phone: 267- for $16.500 Terms can 1964 4 WHEEL drive. Chevy .
Furniture Installed with Padding Cocoa Fla. 3604 Evenings and Weekends be arranged. TURO HOMES I ton pickup. 4 speed trans
GREER McMORRIS INC. MALI HILP WANTED MIs lleland'. finest mobile home 2672321. 267-1260. mission 11.000 miles $2390.
Repossessed furniture outlet ft Only $249.95 ft rental park offers city water, Propane I Phone 267-6201 or 2676895.
143 U.S. 1 IRC or 810 S. Hopkins NOW TAKING application for sewer, paved streets, street .r
Titusville Electriclan'i helper. Clark lights, enclosed playground LUXURY HOMESIn 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 II WILL accept in trade on any
267.1399 Day or Night/ RICH CARPETSIndian Electric, Inc., 204 Magnolia areas, direct meter electricity HOT SPRINGS property P. '0. car boats radios TV*.
Avenue. large lots concrete patios Box 1784. Titusville. Fla. beautiful Whispering Hills SETTLES ROOFING. Complete Runs tools, furniture or anything -
AUTOMATIC River Plaza off-atreet parking and GROVE FOR SALI located conveniently! at the Roofing and Remodeling of value. Browning;
SINGER 287-2939 ROUTE SALESMAN apply many other superior features. north end of Greenwood St. Service. 1004 Pine Street. Auto Sales. 405 Hopkins 267-
Console model original price Foremost Dairies Norwood Close to Cape Kennedy, Elementary 5-ACRE BEARING orange just off State road 405. Phone 2673455. 1520.
$300 pay balance $62, or re SEWING MACHINE repair allmalt. Avenue after 3pm.OPENING and Junior High grove In Geneva A good ] Bedrooms with panneled 4th
liable party assume $7 pay ... Phone 2679208. FOR Schools and Brevard Junior nomesite with income. $7,500, bedroom which can be used asa VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS
ments. Sewing machine does salaried man. Vacation benefits. College shopping centers, term T. W. Mero Broker den or for business. Fire All Makes Phone 2677380Used WantedUSED

an fancy designs, zigzag. Call for appointment and churches. Select your lot Sanford 322.2481 for appointment place wall to wall carpets,
titching. Write Credit Manger PREMIUMWHITE Miami Herald 267-61J1 now and discover it costs no Florida room. Fully equip.ed Cars & TrucKs WOODEN PLAY Pen.
Box A-8 Star Advocate, more to live the modern mo- kitchen with dishwasher, Call 267-4711 or 2672181.
for free home demonstration WALLTIRE AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT bile home way. Free counsel 75 ACRES 32 acres presently disposal, built in &
no obligation Operator II drive sanitation for moving problem. In Grove balance is good oven, kitchen nook r:18 PICK-UP TRUCKS Wanted To Buy
truck. Must have chauffeur OFFICE OPEN DAILY high land priced at only sing room central air & oil 53 Chevy H top pickup
BARGAIN HOUSE license Apply City Hall 525 Phone 6365871 $2.000 per acre. Brevards heat. Insulated ceilings: and 56 Chevy V4 top pickup USED AUTOMOBILES City
Palm Avenue. Cocoa FloridaMotorcycles finest location for tree count walls inclosed 2 56 CMC 3/4 top pickup
car garage!: Parts. AM 73686.
New and Used Furniture end and production record. Call and utility. 57 Ford V* top pickup
appliances. We buy trade and 1c SALE PART TIME MANAGER Arrow Realty 267-6938 Titusville 60 Ford. H ton pickup
selL Refrigerators $25 and NATIONAL APPLIANCE manufacturer For Sale Florida. Choose from brick veneer stucco BROWNING AUTO SALES Work WantedWILL

up guaranteed 2510 HopkinsAve Buy 1 at Factory No Trad.-ln has opening/ for local HOUSES FOR ALI or prc-cast stone construct. 405 Hopkins 267-1520
resident capable of hand. DO ironing In my home
Phone 267-4705. Open ion
price plus tax and gt 2nd tire 1963 Honda 250 Dream 56 CHEVROLET STATION and delivery if .
Friday nights until 9. Iinfour/ salca represent $100 DANDY NEW 3 bedroom 2 pick up preferred
CAN BE FINANCED FOR Ic atives. Earnings approximately and assume payments of $19 bath home city water, sewers PRICED FROM wagon, t cylinder automatic 1039 Alford Street,
plus lax and this ..d.NANCE'S $400 per month. For monthly 267-5297: after 6 and sidewalks Centrally $21,900Call transmission one owner, Lakevlew Hills.
Information write P. O. Box pm. good condition $395. Phone
TIRE STORE 7224. Orlando Fla. heated and airconditioned. Mr. Ben M. 267-1980 or 603 Thor Avenue NO JOB too large or too small
2514 S. Hopkins Ave 1964 HONDA 00. Good con VA no money down FIIA Tyler I Indian River City. Call 2679742.
EXPERIENCED WAREHOUSEMAN dition. Call 2673723. $500 down $105: per month 267.5494
EXECUTIVESECRETARIES I DUE TO divorce we have a truck driver to manage pays all. Reduced to $15,500for I J 3 3 J I $ a *
repossessed 64 model swing warehouse in Mimi for National quick sale. Occupancy in 2 BEDROOM house on Garden ?
needle dlabo-matie, like Chemical Manufacturer Moving & StorageLOCAL less than 1 week. Will be Street lovely location, 10250. '
new makes hundreds of Steady year round em happy to show this at your 2677408.
fancy stitches, makes auto. ployment with complete em AND LONG distance convenience. Call Arrow Something Special -
267.7037 Eves 267- 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Old
matic buttonhole Sews on ployee benefit program. 40 movers. Moving, Realty or
buttons, blind hems monograms hour week age limits 21.38. packing, shipping, clrafr 9187. Gardendale. Fenced backyard

earn top salsrlts Enroll darn patches etc. Beginning salary $380 per storage, crating. Free esti 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath recently 2677017.$1500 equity for $700. ,
for Executive S. Assume remaining 4 pay. month. Send background mates. 267.3341 Brevard 255 i :
the redecorated,
now crttarlal
meets of $7.50. Phone Credit, summary to Operations Box Rldgeway Mayflower. lot, shallow :lf.elJatd on 2 BEDROOM cement block : JUST FOR YOU
course offend by Manager 2673411. 7078 Orlando. Fla. Old Dixie Highway conventional house; additional rooms can 'I

Cap Kennedy College of LARGE METAL bench table I WANTED YOUNG man to share Real Estate financing 11450. be added; large lot; only 35 .

Business and Technology.Day and chairs, chaise lounge, electric In Imperial I 267-5488. minutes to Cape. Very low "
fan, metal Ironing an apartment OPEN TO builders, 43 lots with price to interested party.Tlnfow .
and Evening Clistas, board, down comforter and Towers. References Jherl Morris.exchanged sewer and water Platted On BEAUTIFUL NEW split level Lenore Avenue, Titusvllle .. 1963 FALCON SPRINT CONV.
many other Items good condition 267-8011, hard road. Very close In. 4 bedroom. 2 tiled baths phone 267-1481.
Call 713.501TIREDl N
large living room, fireplace
reasonable 267-0578. TRAFFORD REALTY COM-
PANY offers an excellent 2 building lot. Excellent loca family room built in range, 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath screened viA Beautiful Bronit with black top and black vinyl Interior -
AZALEAS assorted sizes and career opportunity I for licensed tion. 75 x 110 each. dishwasher, disposal, central porch unconditioned large Big V-l Engine, 4 Speed Trans., Radio, Heater, on owner,
colors. All 50c. 267-0907. heat and aircondltloning, double lot. Only $400 down, $88 N.
Real Estate Salesmenin Good Whit Wall Tiros, low miles. Hero'sSporttcir
165: x 165: corner zoned bus car garage. Only $22,900, monthly for all. Leyda Real .. $1995 .
7 SAFAIR HEATERS $10 each their new Tltusville office iness in heart of Titusville. LOG down $132.74 monthly l ty NE6-2221. fun the whole family can .nloy ......
Call 2673922. Seminole Motel. A hard hitting sales program ]
Phone Nu
Spangler Investments
Tired of long hours and low plus excellent training with aprofessional WALK TO SCHOOL
US 1 frontage 200 ft on highway 267-1928. OPEN 8 'TIL. 8
GO-KART AND trailer $150. Realtor organ 4 bedroom. 2 bath, 2 car gar
pay Our Secretarial Courses Lionel train, wide tracks on ization, offers an unusual foot. at only $75 per front COUNTRY CLUB HILLS, 3 age. Central heat and air. .

designed to meet your plywood board $30. 2677504. future for qualified salesmen. bedroom 2 bath. Florida Choice corner lot. No:: qual t ttot

n *ds, will help you t* have VENTED GAS heaters 20,000 Please call Harry D. Neill U S 1 Frontage 660 x 450. room, double carporte large ifying.( I down Owner. transferred. 4 tU attlt Chevrolet I
Interview. $110 $137 month ,
for per
BTU'S $1250 each. 801 Or Cocoa 6363131. Good location for Minit Mar: utility room central heat and
!better hours and !better psylHOUSEWIVES I ket. airconditloning. $1000 down pays all
ange fctrect. 267-3400. Mobil Homes call 267.3.Wl.LOVELY READ SOON USED CAR DEPARTMENT
3.or 4 bedroom central heat
30 Acres on highway 4ft, short 1026 S. Avenue Phone 267.1234 N
Found TtAlllU FOR SALE distance from Highway 1. HOME In Indian River :and air. $750 down $118 Hopkins -
City. $500 down 3 bed month pays all.
room 2 full baths with ter- Hunter Park Homes t s s s S t s t t bI
2 REDBONE 1 BLACK and tan CHRISTMAS SPECIALGive ,3 BEDROOM famly room. 2 razzo floors, double carporte I 267-5221 Anytime.
Blue Tick. Rocky Coleman, your family the best baths, double carporte huge lane yard. many extras
A bfuh-u, court .r a Secretarial Buffalo Road. Christmas ever. utility room In excellent New pump and wishing well. 3 BEDROOM. 1V4 bath, built-
47' x 12' SKYLINE 2 bed I Whispering Hills location. in kitchen airconditioned,
Court will Llgustrum hedge nice neighborhood
help Help Wanted room Deluxe Stove, 2 Dr. Re Make offer on this lovely near shopping centers back yard fenced fruit trees, ,
yeu find the part-tim. jobyou'v frlgerator. SALE PRICE $3895. home. school bus and new deep well make offer on
bn wonting Call FEMALE Hitr WANTID USED TRAILERS causeway. 267.7496.EDGEWATER $3500 equity, payments $90
1964 YELLOWSTONE 27' x I', LOVELY all brick home, con- a month for 13 years. 267-
Cap Kennedy College *fButlneis ATTRACTIVE, NEAT nighttime 1 Bedroom. stating of bedrooms. 2 baths, 3 BEDROOM 2549.

and Technology waitress wanted. Apply 1959 MARLETTE 36' X 8', 2 Br. family room with fireplace, home. Wood floors fireplace I I
panelled den central heat MOVE IMMEDIATELY into 2.
In person to Jerry' Fields dining room. Close in. $9500
NASHUA 30' x I'. 1 Br.
Colonial I Lounge 11 a.m. to 2 SMALL DOWN PAYMENT and air, double garage Completely or make offer. Park Avenue 3, or 4 bedroom homes brand .
screened swimming new In area of much higher
pm. Realty 103 E. Park Ave.,
EASY TERMS pool patio. Many other fea Edgewater. open Saturdays. priced homes. Small down ;
BE PREPARED BEAUTICIAN WANTED all MARTIN MOBILE tures. payment and only $85 monthly
branches beauty culture, senior HOMES SALES 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, built in total payment. VA no down
preferred. Apply in per. 1224 N. U. S. 1 3 room completely furnished stove fenced, make offer on payment BRENTWOOD ES
t* darn bettor salary. son, Nan'i Beauty Parlor. Titusvllle 2673081 house in Indian River City $2000 equity. Payments about TATES west on Garden St.
North of Overpass being offered for only $5800 $85.: Take terms or trade on AM 7-7142 or 6325655.:
Secretariat are In demands EXPERIENCED WAITRESS full price. equity, 160 Lakeview Ave..
wanted. Must be 21. Apply inernom available next 1410 Lakecrest Drive 3 bedroom
for 24' TRAILER $475 Space South Lake, key door. 4
proper yourself a
Lsrry's Restaurant Campsalls Mobile Park, Very comfortable 3 bedroom 2 owner NEB.9307, Cocoa. 13.000, $500 down. .
higher paying lob by enrolling US 1 N 267-3465.: bath home, hardwood floors, New Smyrna Beach. GArden "
now for the Executive near schools and shopping. NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 tile baths 77005. Excellent buy at 11000. electric range, central heat
Secretarial Course offered I 4III MOBILE HOME OWNERS Only $1,250 down. Arthur S. and air-conditioning, carporte 3 BEDROOM bath. Excellent ,

.by Cap Kennedy College Of !: Griffith Reg real estate and utility room. 13400. $900 condition near lake. Good
broker 2502 Hopkins 267- down and move In. Phone fiihlng. Total price $ Trade It In NowON
uslneis and Technology.GIRL LIVE RENT 8626. Spangler Investments 267- $400 down Edwards Realty
MACHINE 1928. 12 Baldwin Shopping Center ONE OF THESE
LOT ON River which Is 85' on Phone: 267.3604 Evenings and
Training water by 220 foot deep lo- WHISPERING LAKES 3 bed. Weekends 2672321. Like New Beauties
FREE! rated In Bellwood near new room 2 bath home close to
NASA causeway Price SID,- shopping and school. Large BRIARWOOD
rrtI 500 with 4.800 down balanceon well landscaped 95 x 130 lot. Estate size grass carpeted,
$20 down payment and $20 a 7 year term. Call 267-5901. 2 carports, oil heat. $108 per tree dudied lots, 3, 4 and 5 64 FALCON
FRIDAY all. Must see to bedroom homes, electric kit
month will buy your own full WATERFRONT 120 ft. on both appreciate.pays Call Arrow Real. chens central heat and air, 4 Dr., f Cy., St. Drive, $1595
acre mobile home lot at beau aides US 1 in Titusville. Good ty 267.7037 or Eves 2679187. some ready for occupancy or Radio
are trained, efficient young tiful Lake Louise Estates. Become 2 bedroom home on" property choose your lot and plans. No
your own landlord. Many with i additional room for office 4 LARGE bedrooms forced air. qualifying no closing cost, 63 PONT.
women. Why not now I families now reside here Don building or apartment on all GE equipment. FHA 116.. conventional loans, convenient $2195
for an Executive Secretarial buy before you see ESTATES If. west aide Riparian rights 700 $600 down. 2673564. to, but out of sight and noiseof Catalina, 4 Dr., Aute.
LAKE LOUISE with extended bulkhead line super-highway. Parochialand Air Cnd.
Cap Kennedy on Rout 50 Bithlo Fla., on east side Call Arrow Realty 3 BEDROOM 2 Beautifuleland- public school buses. 1
Colleg of Builnett and Ky Punch 15 miles cant of Orlando 627-7037, Titusville, Florida lent location. included.- mile north of Titusville La. 6t1.E.R.! (
Technology. IBM Verifying Phone Orlando 56R-27R1 Brokers invited. acaping. Carpets Grange area, off Old Dixie :
OR CHRISTMAS PARK $650 down. Monthly payments Highway, .. ..,
Burroughs (F-1100)) Route No. 50, Christmas, Florida ACREAGE FOR SAL $106.00 Including taxes and insurance. CALL Ayes
i & Edwards Realty 12
Typing Filing Phone: 568.2011Z 267.9300
I Adding Machine 15 ACRES. 3 ml. E. of Geneva Baldwin Shopping Center. 63 RENAULT
SPECIALIZED I DAY & EVENINGSCALL BEDROOM. 50 x 10 83 Trot. if you like shade trees you Phone: 267-3804 Nights & INDIAN RIVER Heights 2 extra
I wood. Small equity $09,0 will want to build your home Weekends: 267-2321. large!: bedrooms. 2 full Delux 4 Dr., Auto, $995
I monthly 267.2169 after 5:3D here. $6.750, 30'" odwn. T. W. baths fenced back yard. Ridlo A Healer .
TRAININGThe FLA. TECH. COLLEGE p.m. Mero Broker. Sanford 322- The Titusville Star- deep well patio air conditioner
713.5S7S __24S1 for appointment. built in oven and 63 (
I 7404 N. Atlantic Ave. 1952 LIBERTY 46 x 8 $300 Advocate, 1st in circulation range. Payments S73 per Y.'L"OO':! 2895

ipoclollied training you Cap Canaveral, Fl.. down Take over 10 pay. 10 2 ACRES bedroom OF home high priced land with rca in North month. Call owner after 6 1 Dr., .
I memo 267-1979. pm 267-3852. Air Condo
will at Cap -- -- sonable. Call Arrow
get Kennedy - --- -- -- --- Realty Brevard. _
College of Butlnett and 267-7037 or Eves 2679187. Ride Wanted

Technology will enable 6FdrFORDCoupe $1595
t* earn I higher salary end SEE OAKWOODMobile TODAY ride to California. Dec 16- V.1. 2 Dr. Aut.
herd I more secure future I 20th for Christmas. :2675082.!
6 62 BIRD

1:I Home Subdivision CARPENTER SERVICES Fee.H.T.,Air.Leaded Plus $2595

CALL 713501 All type carpentry' work, smallor
WAITRESS a HOSTESS Featuring: large, and specializing repairs. In remodeling 61 CHEV.

or writ I COOKS DISHWASHERS 267-1674 Eel Air, 4 Dr., Leaded $1195
Director Admlttlni I A ftt. Air.
"Central Florida's
Trading Dealer

CAPE KENNEDYCOLLEGE Newest and Finest Operation In this Ar**. LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD Jim Holland Inc. i ,

I, Excellent opportunity for experienced perlODneU! CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES, lie. Rocket Motel I

OF Apply in Person to I I D. yu have te much McCotterM
mcnth left al the end

Mr. Charles Zelenko I $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY I e4 y.ur mewy7 '



Towers on U. S.1 to Mime Continue north on U. S. 1 for I HOMES
Imperial i
TECHNOLOGY one more mile to our entrance on right For free New A Use Ford Ii

Information Call :!67. 86. I I Miles North' .* Mimi
On U.S. N.. t
IM N. Brevard Av*. 2825 South Washington AT. TItusvlll. Fla. I DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! I II Seems for rent by WHir tr 1

Cued Beach, Pla. 267-6323 AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK Month TRADE-IN
I I Phone 2S7-3037 I If Sevth eshlngton Avenv AM 7J4S7P. ,

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Booty etstap I
SewingDear Member: DOWN' II. Eadu

of the 1.Shadow Scot

... nobimr.Invtntor 2.upute M.Good
.. a.Bard Mend .
Ann Landers: My husband offense and be was on probation of the ef rye 11 Farm < -I<. : (I

( has started to do little because of his age. My eowinrmachine 4.Exclamation llulld. ;t

(things which annoy me no end. wife was worried sick that this log' vi 111'S1

Please tell me how to cope be- time he'd end up In jail She 10.Cermaa 0..,.. 11 Creek j/ / 1 IPe
[ river ex Ardor IaIan4 _ _ _
I fore I flip my wig. begged me to go to the station

It he puts on a shirt and a and say I did it. I love my .rrencJi riverIXThln. (7..art taA'IMI'w..".....* ...... Remember Dollars flip sway sally. through guarded with a sharp

button is off he drapes it over wife very much and agreed to double. Sea '1.Shun .yt and a firm grip. But when you pay all your bills by check you know

| a lamp or rolls it in a ball and do this foolish thing to make brittle IW.utsd !C.Tutors S2. Storioe29.No.JfB where ...ry cent go*. Let. checking: account with ua help withyour plan
cookie lockets u.To watch
it breakfast plate her happy. :
places my 14 Naut boat eecretiyatAaaalmaft for the futur.
If the kitchen utensil drawer When my father heard aboutit 19.Girl Stnuift, IL'n1'Oll" as.JxptctonI.tlWIIe

i (strictly for odds and ends) he came down to the station lit' d'" pelt SLMotalltoM.Ctuahln : (3revarcl ?//aiona//3azIz

I should become disarranged he and told them I must be takingthe It Kuala DOte cereal ( rock

pulls out the entire drawer and rap for somebody because ir.Arouwtso. Craw:van snake St.Chine*

leaves it in the middle of the he and I were at the ball game ."-of IS.LeadBMeeure $0.A tame twnple40.Ttar -
HMr\- of stun
living room floor. If the sugar together at the time of the rob XL Ky:Melt fEVER

bowl needs refilling he leaves bery. When my father showed bevtrtf I to 1"" W s. r a : /tIHCiE61'AGCS

j it on top of the TV them the ticket stubs they let il Unadorned BONG

me go and arrested my wife's D.Aneccontrki lt 102e. THEM ,I
Last night we ran out of milk brother. C JUST R16HT

I and he put the empty milk bot I Now my wife is mad at me. 2T..Llat.nl 811&1n" It ,, qN ,

tie in my bed. These not.so- She says her brother will haveto 28.Prickly t4 I IS \ G
[subtle hints that I'm not doing ,
serve time and it's my fault envilope
my Job an driving me crazy. for not denying my father's of a fruit II ''I It 0lO
Why doesn't he come right out story. I'm afraid she will leave 39.Writing

[and tell me I'm a lousy housekeeper me and take the children. What 90.Mu.icU fluid II ua& 'hl eer I IGor

Instead of being so dog can I do? CONFUSEDDear inttrumentai I &4 U &Io

I [coned cute? Any suggestions Confused: It sounds like .All corrects

\- SLOW BURN you married into a great little bbr.SSLChlaete. 51 : ta N sA

Dear Burn: :Register no response family. UtW. tt 10 M n tl

[ to his precious gimmicks You can't do much about a .Lick mint.ajacu .
and he'll cut them out. wife who'd rather send her innocent 14 n ; : : Ile1T. --- .--r .

Drawers do become disarranged husband to jail than her .Slant
I 1 N 4Q "
and sugar bowls do get guilty brother. ;

low, In the best of families Enlist your clergyman'shelp. : discord: elCr. & 1 KNOW '

These are not legitimate signs Maybe he can get I SHADOW IS '
through her thick skull. 42,AulitantilPlao4 11 of (6ULP)
of sloppy housekeeping. But W 11 CHAIR WITH l

about those shirts, Babe I'm 11., I ON IT/

with him. A man who puts on a Ann Landers will be glad to /e

shirt and finds a button missing help you with your problems. IN TNII COUNTY JUDOS by the. Honorable VIROIL. B.
has a right to blow his Send them to her in care of COURT: IN AND FOR BREVARD CONKLINO: oouniy judie; that I zl
COUNTY FLORIDA the total rash valuo of laid eetaiela
top. When you get THIS needle, this newspaper enclosing a 1'10.- Two Thounntf Two HundredFifty

Lamble Pie thread stamped, addressed envel IN REI Elhl. ot LOUIE IDA 1I..d 1110141.N.ld1:
run some Dollar*: that the ..m.. and adAroaae -
through it and start ope. VOGEL,, DemandROTIC of those to whom laid.
sewing. or nay III' oasaaOr estate .... been .I.nod b" such 0.
Dear Ana Landers: I am 27 COURT Uf AND FOR BREVARD All persons bavtnR el.lm. 0' THERE8B KIR8CHENBAUM
COUNTY, FLORIDA demands aealnel the .1.1. orLOCIsE 133 N. S Flrn. BlreetBatelllto
year* old and have a wife and
IN PROBATE: : IDA VOOEU th. above. Bearh Florid
four children. I am associated i lit RE Estate of named decedent are hereby noil- November. *< MAXWELL GEORGE fled that an order of administration KIKMCHENIIAUMDee.
with my father In the ranching CHRISTOPHER nnnereiury h.. boon. entered t. 1. 14. !t IW.d.1 IMi.

business. NOTICE' To CRLDITIta.n..4. _c_
My father was always a stern To All Creditor and All ..non. LINK

taskmaster, which I resented. Having Airelnat Bald Claim EiUU:or Demanda CHAIN I /+r9 AIVWB

During my sophomore year In You tr. hereby notified red required AND drdlTlliJllu

high'school he told me if I to. which proeent may claim anddemand l{ n4" 10 Mat t tCAtl.
you mar b.v. FENCE SALE
abstained from using tobaccoor aialnit the e tato of Maxwell Oeoi I' ly I
-.. ChrlKoDhxr oVrwaeeil late of
alcohol until I was 21 he Brovard County Florida. to the
would leave me a sizeable In. (Bounty Judo-i of BREVARD PtrRunning
County, and file the lame In duo- t
beritance. I felt he had no lIe.l.' end provided In Section Foot
right to 733 If Florida Btatutee. In their
impose such restrictions 1
efflcM In the County Courthouse C 48 Inch. HlgbIID.taU.d u
I on my personal life and I I. BREVARD County Florida. >-
turned down the bribe. within all calendar monthi from 5 9 ( ) P
the time of the Grit publication :
Now, 10 years later, my father hrreof or th* lime will b* barred '
reminded me of It. Last Dated it BREVARD. Florida. NO cZ i
this ttth ti of October. A. D.

my week"early he reviewed stubborness his ,will" as and he 186. CHRISTOPHER THELMA MAT DOWNPAYMENT : : d'A r,r.uniw.ANDMAYICCMAPIIMENT

put it, will cost me about a A. K.*culrlxNov. a:
II. K, Deo. 1. ( IW.d.1) 1M4
quarter of a million dollars. &AIm -
you consider this fair? .ElllaTlta FICTITIOUII FAME a ce A VARY
ABC la compliance with House BillNo. FIRST JJl NOVEL APPROACNI
Dear ABC: You bet I do. 1179 Chapter Number 30863. '
Law Florida. Acta of "41 theunderalined
Your father was not trying to will reatner with the fi
Clark of the Circuit Court In a.... I
bribe you. He made a band.some .yard County..Florida upon r- tin wtY
offer which yoff turned .lpt: of of publication of FEBRUARY1Ttrmlnal
down. -till aotloe. th* following flotlllouiime.
.. to-wltl Godfrey ReMauranl M
So far as I am concerned, Iulpm.ol: and Supplla ceder
which I am naed In' wholesale Peels, 1
smoking and drinklnj dealer at Ballwood Florida, and
Is stupid. In YOUR case it hat the underlined la the only GNU Stirs
person IntorMted In Mid bualnwi
was not only stupid, It was Dated at Tltuavllle Florida. this
darned expensive. 2S day of .Noremher A.D. 1.... Direct Factory 1J
Donald P. Godfrey
Nov. 2ft. Deb .. .. 1* 1We5.1 1M4. To YouSavings

Dear Ann Landen: My wife's

11 brother robbed a small store JIM'S T'V r
Fr Fr.. EatIsnalos Call
m got Ill It was his second rVetoiilwul A Gturtntoe)


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New Bus Station Site Is Denied BookkeepingFound I Public Hearing Slated By. SRD I S-A News Instant

City Council last night denied fees for re inspections, etc. Poor In The State Road Departmenthas I Washington Avenue as State Staff
a special use asked for by theoperators on building rites Set fee of called for a public bearing I Road 498A.Proposal. Given
of Southeastern Grey $3.00 to be established for re- .i in TitusvUte Dec 15 concerning I to re designate Portable
hound bus station here, for a inspections. Lunch RoomsConcerned proposed new designation of State Road S-468 (Garden
,building on Main Street u a bus Asked for a schedule of legal several streets u part of the Street) from Interstate 95 to Vvtoon' Lots
','station site. fees paid out in the past fiscal state primary road system. Highland< Avenue u State Road
The operators said they want year to try and< determine with the operationof I The hearing will be conducted Members of the news staff of i 0 Heat
ed to move the station from its whether It would be to the dtjr's the school lunchroom program in the courthouse, starting at Proposal to return to the Cityof the Star Advocate received
i present site at Big Apple Plaza best interest to hire full time throughout the county, the i 10 a.m. Tltusville that part of State their first Christmas presents
,:' to the Main Street building, directly city attorney. Brevard School Board< yesterday Involved in the hearing win Road 405 (Main Street) from form of ind
this In the
morning e
: across the street from the decided to ask for a survey be: Park Avenue to Washington y yt .
former Star Advocate building Proposal to designate Park Avenuel deeds to lots In Block A, Ce-
of the program and plans to dip Avenue from Main Street to lestial Gardens located In the .
denied ,
The request was U FEC Risks Into the commercial food busl- According to State Road
explained by council, due to ness for aid In the survey 465.Garden Street as State It 0 a d Board Member Max Brewer of Sea of tranquility of the astroid< t .
the Inadequate parking on that Tltusville, the andre known the Moon.
Faced< with auditor's reports designation < body as *
I cite. The buses would nave to Proposal to designate South -r
designation of the streets .
on poor bookkeeping procedures Street from Park Avenue to The deeds were gifts from L.
use on-street parking, which Action In ,
will smooth out traffic
In the various lunchrooms, the patternsin
H. Vickers, Tltusville, Insurance -
would create
relation to the network of
board also approved a study of of
with 15
adjuster years
they acid.They possibly changing to a central TollContinued roads in North Brevard and, realty experience Vickers, father BY
were quick to assure the accounting system for all of the most Important, will bring portions '
EmbargoTALLAHASSEE of the unique Idea, with a \
operators that they were very unchrooms of some streets under the '' '
silent has copyrighted 'I
much in favor of a new bus station Most of the poor record< and From Page 1 state primary road system, with : and felt that Greyhound< (AP- Floe bookkeeping has resulted< from area service between those exchanges responsibility for upkeep and should< build< one here, but the mechanical and< human errors, where the greatest interest future widening, etc., going to Gardens are stored In the
Main Street site was not ade ida East Coast Railway has no the state.
with the fact stressed that the might be expected. The I archives of the First National HEAT
quate. authority to stop accepting rock people are primarily employedto additional< extended area service The change would< probably Bank of Cape Canaveral
In other action: I and pupwood shipments and cook, manage and serve food Included in the study In. reduce traffic on Main Street Anyone desiring to do a little -_- WHERE YOU WANT III!
-The council approved the win be risking punitive action and not to keep records and volves: Cocoa Eau Gallic; and increase it on Garden astronomical real estate
position of a plumbing inspector by the state if it does, the State books. Cocoa Satellite Beach; Cocoa.I Street, since Main Street would contact Vickers speculating ,- WHEKYOuwmmAND !
I And to get an Idea of whetheror Melbourne Cocoa be abandoned as a state road. may
to work with the building Public Utilities Commission ; Tltusville; 1 who, for $1 says he will mail a YOU GET IT
department not the entire program Is be- Cocoa Beach Eau Cattle; Cocoa
ads deed to a lot in Celestial Gardens "

ing operated efficiently Beach Melbourne Cocoa /
City Manager Informed In a telegram to the railroad< economically, the survey Is to Beach Tltusville. ; ClubContinued anywhere in the U.S. INSTANTLY
council that Commissioner Ed Involved These sales handled
which has been nearly are being <
be made. It Is proposed that the Now that the has been
KIttIes advised< that the county two yean In a labor union study through Post Office Box 2108 In
would be responsible for the strike, the commission said< the survey team be composed of at completed, Southern Bell has From Page 1 Tltusville. 1
least one person cost of binder and final surfacing
< <
couldn't I
line embargo any product
nected with a commercial in project would< be very high. An : zoning on annexation. The new The acknowledgement by need heat...
and would< assist in the In.I "unless and until the same I Vickers of the execution you auxiliary
stallation (preferrably one Involved zoning includes the club In plainly
expenditure for new equipment :
stallation of concrete drainage hat! been authorized this Dent,
by and need It instantly
states instrument is a souvenir
< with a chain cafeteria and facilities of approximately a single family residential area,
for the Riverside Drive Model 9AJ
pipe extension, north of Citizens commission.The FEC said< earlier that It operation), a representative of I)2,500.000 would< be required I' and the club is operating on a of Cape Kennedy. wait| ( Buy you Toastmaster
the State Department of Education -I Initially I' nonconforming use. He said It Instant Heat heater today.
Bank. The city win advertise< forbids would< stop handling< rock product
I a representative of the was his opinion that the Shabus
The additional Investment required -,
curb, inlets
< on gutters, and< pulpwood at midnight Attention Contractor!
manholes, stabilization and lime Thursday to comply with a federal U.S. Office of Education and< would< soon reach a fig were not complying with zoning Payroll Accounting with FAMOUS TOASTMASTER INSTANT HEAT ELEMENTS
rock base this week. court order its possibly others. ure of 3850000. These cost Include regulations. a Specialty for for
affecting I A powerful heater large rooms, or
The council the club
during yesterday's< session additions to central offices gave owners DORMAX ENTERPRISES
The and with labor
city contracts un
manager council striking
expressed appreciation to the board: and additional< cable facilities a 14-day extension on the AecomiMnc ....,1.. office or shop. Combines radiant and fan.
Kitties for his help and< Interest ions.The state commission said Appointed Shoup Howell which would< not be required operation to try and resolve the 17 N.Z Wino.. flniurd.. Tltn.I67-007I lllMM forced heat, thermostatically controlled to
Kitties li past mayor of that on one other occasion the outgoing school superintendent < under the .present operating legality of zoning. maintain temperature desired.
Tltusville. line had embargoed some typeof of Holmes County, in charge: arrangementIn Has tip-over safety switch, lingtr-proof
of warehousing
addition to having to make
-Amended ordinance letting freight without authority
cabinet and
safety grill. Stay-cool carrying
distribution, later taking on such a large new investment
the responsibility of admlnlstra-< there would be a net reduction handle.
LIMITED TO NORTH BREVARD HOMES ONLYII!! Jon of the maintenance depart- in revenues of about $355,000
ment. Howell will assume his 95TonTjuinTEn
annually. This would< result
Fill Out and Mall To CHECK ONEi duties after Jan. 1. from the lack of sufficient John T. Baron Model 9A2 1320 watts
-Heard an appeal from Ken Increase from local revenues to ,
Smith Funeral Home g Non Religlous Campbell of Melbourne for some offset the loss from long distance --------------------------------.

Tlluivlllo, Florida 0 Decorated DoorI public school training for his revenues. Announces! .. : PORTABLE
school deaf chil l. It A
pre age < In view of these figures the '
agree to have my lights on and decorations up from was pointed out that the county provision of the additional extended f o' ''*: .J:'. of iJl\: \ ,7" INSTANT HEAT HEATER
December 11th through December 25th I accept the Judge's has a need for 19 exceptional < area service would< not Removal. his Law Offices 10 FULLY AUTOMATIC with
Daclilon si final. children units in the county but be economically possible at this t.
had been approved for only 51, time said Blumer. '- ,.. FAMOUS TOASTMASTH INSTANT.HEAT EUJiEkt

Name ... .. ..... ... ... .. ..... .. .. ... ., .. .. .... however, William the head McEntee of the, program was \ .\ \:},: /1'01'-iii'::7't''"' "'" ,.toO, ;:1'1. : This with compact the amount heater of heal will It amaze produce.ye .
New Patrolman Is .
asked to determine problemsthat i '" .. Themottat control maintains torn
Address ... ..... ....... .. ........ .. .. .... .. might arise out of providing such training for deaf pre f ? v .; ; safety switch and flngeto t

Cltr ... ... ,... .. ,.... .... .... .... ..... ..... ..... school age children in the pro- Edward< < Brumby, 22, has been r proof safety grill.
gram as now operated< by two added to the Tltusville Police

(ENTRIES MUST II RECEIVED BY DIC. llth) program.teachers in the
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