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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 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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AUGUSTINE (AP) The ConstructionHeld
Public Utilities Commission says Point Up Need t tI

r the Florida East Coast Railwaywill

be fined $5,000 a day if it f JOHN M. HIOHTOWER

goes through with its threatened AP Special/ Correspondent
For Further
boycott of rock products and StudyThe WASHINGTON (AP) Offl-

pulpwood.The dais Indicated today the United
States has reached agreementwith

boycott had been set to. public hearing on the gram. problems in connection with the government ot South
begin today, but no railroad officials Viet Nam on a program for intensifying -
proposed city wide sidewalk Between now and Dec K city I sidewalk locations and present
could be reached after program was adjourned Wednesday engineers will study drainageSusan them to the council for study. the war against Com-
the commission issued Its order munist guerrilla forces.
night until the next regular -- ----
Thursday. council meeting on Dec. 22 w..,,. ., The sources were reluctant

To buttress its position, the ,to give the council time for however to confirm specifically
commission sought a temporary 'study on several matters that this could mean carry-
Ing the conflict the
restraining order in circuit courtin I' At the hearing several objectors boundaries of South beyond Viet Nam
DISCOVER SAFE-The safe contain- Rodenbaugh of the Sheriffs Dept. St Augustine. A recess was vII
heard However, the
were
by bombing lines In the
supply
Ing $1500, stolen from the Railway Ex- Kneeling on left is Det. Marshal called until 11 a. m. to give the sidewalks, or the locations of Communist held Jungles of
here shown with in- Saldona and Det Sgt. George commission time to geta
press station Is attorney such, according to City Manager Laos. But they did not deny
Marshall found the safe which had certified of the order.
vestigating officers from the Titusville copy Cleveland Talmadge, but the that Implication.The .
Police Department and representativefrom been dumped in a deep ditch and objectors were concerned most
An FEC train that left Miami decisions, announced In
the sheriffs department Stand covered with weeds and grass. S-A around midnight: carried more ly about the method of financing -I Saigon this morning, are an j

ing is Lt. W. J. Bohannon of the Photo. than 40 cars of rock, gravel and and drainage problems I outgrowth of consultations held

detective bureau and agent Buzzy sand. However, these materialswere Ben Fume, who heads a citizens here a week ago by Ambassador

probably consigned to the taxpayers committee I Maxwell D. Taylor with
FEC before the embargo was pointed out that generally top administration policymakers -

Police Find Safe $1500 Arrest discussed. speaking he was not against: the v including President Johnson
sidewalks but he felt the method .
An embargo would cause no
of financing was discrimin
I Johnson sent Taylor back to
immediate disruption of construction
atory Fink has maintained that Saigon with Instructions! to workout
In Less Than 10 HoursIt work at Cape Kennedy, many people would be paying immediately, with South
Suspects according to the Corps of Engl twice for sidewalks if the city r.1 Vietnamese leaden, plan for j
neers. A spokesman said contractors '
in the construction
participated : 4.1 stepping up the war effort on
had a seven to ten day cost of the walks. He maintains ___ both military and civilian
took the detective bureauof Arrested in connection with men who were charged with backlog of supplies, and when that sidewalks Improve proper j fronts.

the Titusville Police Depart. the robbery were Bobby breaking and entering. that gave out, new supplies ty fronting on the walks and the
ment only 10 hours Thursday to 36 From here could be trucked in. should for The President avoided any
Thompson, 28; Rufus Mayes, Investigatorsfound property owners pay
public statement then of a decision
arrest three and track
down the safe suspects containing $1,500 and Theodore Monroe, all Ne- the going a little rough. It would be several weeks before them. I +,k to carry air strikes beyond
No bond has been set arrested denied would hurt the .' a terri
which was stolen Wednesday groes. The three men an embargo The city has Indicated a ttnta.1 South Vietnamese

night from the FEC Railway The detective bureau began having any connections in the Cape, the spokesman said. tive financing plan for + tory, Privately, some officials

Express office here. work on the case immediatelyafter robbery, so police had to keep Representatives of concrete walks which would be borne 50'' i Indicated that action could be

The safe, containing cash, notification Thursday going "bit by bit." companies told the commission per cent by the property own. II expected within a matter of
checks and money orders, was morning at 8 a.m., and accord. More investigation revealed a Thursday in Tallahassee that an ers and 50 per cent by the city, Ito w weeks against the supply lines,
found .near an orange grove, ing to Lt W. J. Bohannon, assisted possible route which the thieves embargo would cause irreparable with funds coming from $4,185- but that there would be no air

about a half mile from Royal by Sgt. Tony Saldona and had taken, then after a two mile harm to the companies. It 000 utility revenue certificates' strikes at this stage directly
Oak Golf and Country Club at Sgt. George Marshall, the square area was checked out on would also be expected to disrupt recently approved by the coun against the territory of North
search Included nearly "all footwork Marshall found the Viet Nam.
4:30: p.m. Thursday following foot, Sgt I road work and other large
extensive foot work investigation ." safe, dumped in a ditch abouta construction along the Florida I cil.The sidewalks are planned Initially In the other main field of action
by police. The safe had not One eye witness was found mile southwest of the county east coast. to remove hazards of children Johnson attached top priority

been opened,, however, pollee who said a blue and white station home. walking to school The X _. __ Ac. I to measures to build polit
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said the men worked at least wagon was seen at the According to Lt Bohannan, The FEC proposed the embargo school board has submitted suggestions --- -; (Icaa"ItablUty in South Viet Nam

three hours cutting on the.safe scene. About't1 a.m. Thursday\ the 700 pound safe was manhandled after federal district court oj* as the greatest amount -but that I I. a goal toward
'J with a' hack saw, also found at the automobile was found, leSd- into the back of the dered It to honor contracts with of student pedestrian' traffic BREAK CmOUND-Majw Dill Walker, left, and which the United States has
the scene. lag to the arrest of the three station wagon. 11 offtrain unions 'which have and using this u a gutde, the councilmen Wendell Sense, center and Glenn Young, been trying to move for more
been on strike for nearly two city has come up with its pro. right, break ground yesterday for Royal Oak s than a year, and one on which
years. I $200,000 club house Construction will begin in about U.S. officials do not expect

,, one week. The clubhouse will overlook the golf quick or dramatic: result They
Wattwood Retires Crannell The railroad, which has been Kittles Named I course and is of modern design.!-S-A Photo. would bo happy simply to beginto
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operating a freight service with reverse the apparent tide of
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nonunion and supervisory per. political disintegration In the

May Be Appointed As P.M.Herman enough cannel, qualified said it could union not men find to To FCRP Council( Manning Loses country.The administration expressed

do the Job.Edwin concern, In the final I I White
County CommlMloner Ed Kit-
Wattwood Sr, who Office in 1926 from Nashville, achieved together Mason, chairman of the ties of TitUHVlUt wu named to house statement on Taylor'sconsultations

has served longer in the postal becoming a clerk and later assistant "I shall continue to live in Ti commission, told the FEC: the East Central Florida Region1 Fight Against Cancer"Though of replies 1 here from, that Communist the flow
and and shall havea !
service hi Titusville than any postmaster post. tusville certainly
"The commission finds the Planning Council to re- North Viet Nam to South VietNam .
application -
one else and who has served as master. great continued interest in all directlor O. I walk the ed which
of the railroad has place county zoning through a struggle through had Increased, though no
postmaster here longer He has also been a civic worker of you. ailed to adequately support its D. Peavy, I valley of the shadow of death, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil dotalls were given
than any other person, will re- past secretary and past The commission r. could not actively
appointed Manning -
Cranml'i Service request for an embargo. It is I will fear no evil, for Thou art Slowing the movement of
this month.
late .
tire president of Titusville Rotary Kitties as Peavy indicated he participate except to encourage
The man being recommendedto therefore ordered to withdraw I with me. ." such iMuitance to the VM Cong
The popular guardian of t h emails Club past president (twice) of assume the responsibility of the request and cancel the em 'could not serve this year. Kitties her and try vainly to ease would be one of the main put
will close out a career the Titusville Chamber of Com I "North Brevard's Mail Custod bargo. Joins Com. George King I .I SUltan Annette Manning, a valiant her suffering. poses of air strikes against the
of nearly 40 years in the postal merce and treasurer for many ian", Is Assistant Postmaster of Cocoa Beach as the second little girl fighting a lift and Susan lout the sight la one lines In Laos. But another

service and almost 20 years as years. Long-time member of the Philip Crannell a native son of The strike, longest in U S. member of the commission actively -:death battle against cancer, ILnally eye many months ago and recently riles would be to try to pur-get

postmaster when his resignationtakes First Methodist Church, serving Titusville who has been in the rail history, began Jan. 23, 1963, serving. Aim re appointed !' succumbed to the dread bit the sight In the other across to North Viet Nam and
effect on Dec. 28. as an officer for many years, postal service here for the past when 11 off-train unions walkedoff wu W Glenn Carmi- disease Wednesday evening, after but the cancer did put stop to IUd! China that the United
And u for his successor, indications as well as Sunday School Superintendent 1716 years and Assistant Post- the Job. Operating employes chaeL I spending a great portion of there but continued to spread States does not Intend to permitthe
are that it will be the master for the past 12ft years. honored the picket lines, but The commission aim raised Itspledged her life in combat with blindness until It finally snuffed out the Communist conquest in the

present Assistant Postmaster His wife is owner operator I Crannell is also following in some have gone back to work in support to the ECFR1 j and death. life of the little girt who wu south!, and win take Increasing

Philip Crannell, who has been of Wattwood's Dress Shop and the footsteps of a member of recent weeks after court orders by> voting an additional $4,300 to I I Much has been written recent just on the threshold of life. risks, If necessary, to defeat

in the postal service for the they have two children, Herman 1 1I I his family, since his late mother that the FEC reinstate prestrike be used by the council In its t''ly about the struggle In which I The struggle and torture the Red threat, not only to

past 17 years.No I: worked for many years in the contracts pedal studies program. the blonde little tot wu engag-: I t h rough W1I1VII S oases war des South Viet Nam but to all South-
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announcement u to Watt- Titusville Post Office. !tined to suffer lett more than east Asia

'wood's successor has been I lie Is of Titusville Just a mark of grief on her. parlenU The hope of officials: here te
made by the Post Office De- I a graduate :- I ; but It loft a mark of extreme that, if Communist leaden
School in the Class of 1WO.[ can
High
partment however, the offices : hardship; hardship they
I and attended the University of be brought to realize the dan-
of U. S. Senators Spessard Alabama for three There were anxious to go through In len of expanding war. u a reult -
Holland and George Smathersi I I' years. I the attempts to save her life. of their operations against
'he in and
confirmed that recommendstions -' wu R.O.T.C. wu I Hospital and dortor bills
commissioned in the of South Viet Nam and to a fewer
for Crannell's appointment Corps r'N I up; medicines cuntln
I I Ij extent against the neutralist
his education Jared
had been made by them to the Engineers, having j to add to the hardship. I government of Laos, they evenuaUy -
Interrupted by World War IL lIe .
I Through Star Advocate
Post Office DepartmentThe a appeal -
J I II may be penuaded to
served and has been
overseas a ,
old I ( a fund was set up at First
58-year- postmaster Wtttwood --I member of the Army Reserve i i agree to reasonable peace set.
National Bank In Sunn's name,
said that he was asking for World H holdIng I tlements.
since War
now -
optional retirement in order to Wattwood Jr. who Is Route 11 I and North Brevard residents
the rank of Lt Colonel
"spend more time with his fang carrier out of the post office and gave generously to help Susan's
ily and to seek other business Mrs. Rodney Thompson Crannell is aim a civic worker. parents in this "great hour of

connections.'* When Wattwood became postmaster I He is past president of the need" Mrs Martha Russell au.
TttasviDe Junior Chamber of c titer of First National Bank
Wattwood has been servingas the post office had six
Commerce: is a member of the .n said this that the fund
morning
vice president of the National employees, no rural routes, one
Association of Postmas- city route and receipts of Just Rotary Club, the Army Reserve, E now stand at 1141.17, and Indicated
I.the TltnsvttTe Zoning Board and t n that money Is still coming
ters of the U.S. the put two over $17,000. Now, Including the
one of two members of the Bre In.Help".
yean, following 13 yearsof classified carrier station at Indian
service u an officer in ate River City, the post office vard County Jury Commission. j coming in other ways,
Florida Chapter. This included has 41 employees two rural He Is also a devoted church also! u the rIM Baptist Church eO
; member and worker In St Ga I bAIl offered to help the family
three years u state secretary, routes 14 letter delivery routes,
a year u district vice president two parcel post routes and receipts briel's Episcopal Church a II i'rr j during Christmas by providing
hu held offices In t II food and for the other Manning
state vice president of more than sm. OIJ. many .1 [ I toys
chapter president and seven He attributes much of the church.: I children a brother. David NIY
Married during World War and Yvonne and the
u editor of the chapter success of the office: to his employees sister
years he and his wife have three chil Church i '
and so praised them in : : of the Nazarene has Indicated
11's
publication.In '
dreg Philip Jr.. a student at SMMante.
his notice of letlieiiieut I
his devotion to his duty asa posting 'I
I the University of Florida; Karen Graveside funeral services
he hu attended at the post office this II1a'DtDg.wh1cb s
20 postmaster consecutive Florida Chapter in part states: I a Junior at Titusviae High : wW be beid Saturday at 1 p.nt orrll s

Conventions and all national "After careful consideration, School and Timothy of preschool P I at Oaklawn Cemetery with the

conventions since IMS except much thought and approximately age.Historical. Rev. Thomas Ream pastor of DAYSLEFT
the Church: of the Naaartne of-
national 40 yean of Postal service: Ihave
one. While serving u
_. .... fldattog. Smith Funeral Home
vice president he bu attended requested optional retirement MeetingThe -
of all
is la charge arrangemeets.
may state conventions in with anticipated but day TU3 clubs, and hat netteda
FISH'S READY Frank Tomda ex already .
.
Historical
of service to be Dec 28, 1'" Brevard County
the southeast. Titusville ". total of 1000. Proceed from the hat staled Oat
the postal "With one exception aO employees Oommtotoo wtl meet Monday High ar .r ant pr r1C pal Mrs. Vuatat
Wattwood eatered Teen., following of the rule post office Dec. 14 at' p.m. at the Tommy Edwards, Letterman's Club fry will be uaed to pwenaee traveling site Md her he. band are "ex
service in Nashville, of h 11 have been selected and appoint Melbourne Branch Court House. representative and Marilyn Locklin, Jacket for the sehooL The fry tremely petefHl. for the klad
In the footsteps
father, who was for many yean i ed by me. That confidence hu Ail members are urged to attend Anchor Club, put the finishing touch Marts today at 4 pra.' and will lt deed of the owanwaKr" adding
the "mullet" for to until 8 tonight, followed with a that everyone bad been 10
a railway portal clerk. He wu been MIl placed. I am grateful and interested persons are on being prepared pjn.
transferred to T&uvffie Post I' for the records we have cordially Invited. days fish try. The fry Is sponsored by basketball game. S-A Photo. wonderful.







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Titusville (Florida) Stlr-Advoclte BOB % & HUDSON'S



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A Wednesday, tad Fridays 4 WRAPPER
anm VTITfl "It's Time to Deal With Neal" Is a promotion
Mvrwe L By Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc
0 which serves to introduce Neil McKernan, as new
0 At The Star-Advocate Building Qd
sass manager of the TV Emporium down In Big Apple I
I/ON S. Hopkins Ave
1100
E. A. and Marie Smith have 'Tis said that
Shopping Center. Neil and his wife welcome you a rolling stone
found themselves grandparents plays havoc with. the kidneys
MEMBER: Florida Pr... Asi'n; National. Editorial Ais'a andAaaoclited to the store. twice in the past few days.

Preia.Henry Their son. Ed, and his wife, became
Imperial Towm' grand opening has been As some wag put it .You
Vics. Pres.
H. Hudson Pre. Mrs. Hue S. Hudson. parents and a couple of
Robert H. Hudson, Secy.Treae. set for Thursday, December 17, and what t days later their daughter, Mrs. sure gotta hand it to Venus
H. Hudson. Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor has Glenn when it comes to eating.
Henry grard opening been planned! The French Patton and her husband

David Dunn Raymond Advert1sin B.l Ruthe ord-, S Oautfled L. Ftoyd Adv Circulation Mgr, Mlr. Quarter, The Imperial Room and the Imperial followed suit Mrs. Patton Is
the former Marilee Smith. Congratulations
b Secofld-t 1 Is Postage Paid at TttuavtUe, Florida Lounge will all be open to make It North Br. to( the popular An Associated Press dispatch

Subscription Rate.: vard's finest and moat complete dining and en couple, who operate Smith from New York pointedout

1 Mot Mot tt.23Bv tertalnment center. There will be nightly 'D't.rlalDm'Dlllld Funeral Home and Ambulance that winter is really puttinga
Mil IneFlorida- Yr. NS30.6 $3.550.3 $2.00 Service, and to their new fam crimp In the construction
Outside Florida 1 Yr. 17.30 I Mo. M..M :8 Mo. $2.M I dancing, along with outstanding ilies. business-as it usually does at
food la the Imperial Room. The Imperial this time of the year. Wonder

Lounge will open with the famous 4 Hits and a what some of those workers,.
MUs and on Sunday's the entertainment will Venus the gal, who started who have been out of the industrial

EditorialsA 1 be by Mark Wayne and his Zanlaca. Better fixing her ntils and couldn't North, would think

circle the date on the calendar next Thurs- stop. about construction in this area
-able to go forward every day .
day. of the year? All the more reason

WINNER, AAA TRAFFIC SAFETY POSTER CONTIST Titusvtlle's "greatest" athletes why it's great to live in
Great MilestoneDedication Tommy Adams, down at Adams Appliance on will be honored tomorrow Florida. r

South U. S. 1, and his wife are conducting big pre- night at the banquet at Parkway .

December Hazardous Christmas sale right now, 'cause they're gonna sneak Junior High You might
ceremonies will be held Sunday af.ternoon off just before the big day for a trip to Detroit wonder why we believe they It's that time of the season.
at 3.00 for the new Sheltered Workshop where are Titusvllle's "greatest" ath Angry Wife "One of the ducks
they formerly lived. Tony is a strong backerof letes. But we must praise them were out' shooting
you : yesterday -
for our mentally retarded, marking an important AAA Warns ChildrenDecember Motorola color television sets and he has them as such-they haven't lost a called and left. her num
milestone In Brevard County, there to show. football game In three yearsin ber."
fact If memory serves us
This facility, located' at Rockledge, is the fruit is the most hazardous clement weather," said William If you're a pretty girl and walk Into Grant's, right, they haven't lost an athletic

of the combined efforts of many who recognized this month of the year. B. Wellons, Director of Traffic you're liable to hear a "wolf" whistle, W.ll,1I contest in three years- The ladles' club was'makinga
and set about to provide support for the work. and Safety for the East Flo-\ basketball and track Included. tour of facilities
need Fatal accidents reach their won't be by a wolf either animal or human at Cape Kennedy
Ida AAA Division.
shop to help train our less fortunates. peak during the month, tradlUonally but by bird And they are in a pretty They were showed the
both a talking Myhna named "Joe"
"Many pedestrians, or a tough league-facing such control panels, the mild of
Recognizing the crowded conditions and necessarily one of the happiest of young and old, often carelessly parrot named "Toby". Both are real talkers andwhlatlera. teams as Melbourne Southwest, wires-all of the complicated
the twelve. use an umbrella by obstructingtheir Eau Gallic Central, Cocoa
By the way, Grant's la from 1 !. facilities.
lists for Sunland Training open
long waiting our This month, the American vision. AAA suggests that Clearlake, Merritt Island Edge- When they returned home,
Centers this workshop will provide valuable train Automobile Association is emhaslztng school children might be safer I p. m. Sundays. wood and Satellite.It one remarked that it was funny -

ing and care for our retarded here in Brevard > the slogan, "Be "Ex- if they wore rain clothing and Tales of woe ask Lyle Shaffer about a huge is this column's hope that that with all of the compU.
Ira Alert in Bad Weather, In avoided carrying umbrellas to they continue to( want to play cated equipment there, the gum
County. A most deserving project. the safety poster calendars dlsributed school," Wellons said. crane working on the inside of his new store on ball the way they have In the machine In the hall Just

Community support such ai is exemplified in to elementary schools, The poster carrying the mon North Palm. Seems as though the crane was lift. past then we can look forward wouldn't work. t.
"Each year, in connectionwith th's slogan was designed by ing a huge steel beam into place and the operator to better days on the ,
the completion of this worthy project is highly com- the regular traffic safety Jamie Foster, I, Butler, Pa. gridiron at Titusville High. .J
mendable. With continued local support, the benefits program, area schools instructIUT Many students In Florida now failed to extend and put down the anchor "feet"on Ronnie Hughes, sports editor

of this program, and they will be many, will be children In the need for are engaged in preparing entries either side. The crane lifted the beam alright, set an all time new high for,

shared by all. the less fortunates and the com- pedestrians to be extra alert. to for the 21st annual contest but when it came to swinging it around into place, Mom's gentle hint to her errant telephone rings trying to get
which closes in
whole.NeUber increased traffic hazards In'in- February. the beam was just too much and it came down witha small son .she wrapped through to the Cape Kennedy
munity as a
bang, taking the crane with,it. But it was only a his school lunch In a road map. exchange. Tuesday morning

Posl ElectionJ Gl Insurance temporary problem and Lyle says it was just one" rings Ronnie before said it the took Cape 63 operator constant

Snow Nor of those things didn't delay things a bit as he's The telephone rang The answered. The old, record Was
still aiming for a Dec. 19 opening in the new build voice said: "This Is Western 47 rings .also by Ronnie*'
Analysis AndSpeculation Eligibility Union. We have a telegram fora -
The Christmas "rush" brings a very old quoteto ing. Sherrie Hudson.

mind: "Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor We answered: "Sorry, you Rather Interesting to :note t
ClarifiedMore must have the wrong number.No that both participants in si recent -
gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift Brevard Ranks 24th Sherrie Hudson lives here," 'debate" about the John

completion of their appointed rounds." This was than a million.and.a- "Thank )'QUo" the voice an. Birch Society, held at Rollins ,
said by the Greek historian, Herodotus in the Fifth In the aftermath. of every Intense half veterans may not know that awered. College, are well.known locally. ,,
election time of -
comes a
Century B. C. but it still is true of the postal service. analysis and speculation. they are eligible for the reopening The telephone rang a moment Controversial polltlclal figure I
In
of GI insurance, Veterans Local School FundsThere later. Brailey Odham is the builderof
However, Postmaster Herman Wattwood recently The decisions- and attitudes "x- Administration officials said to "This Is Western Union again the homes in the Smith Drive

added a thought. "While it is true that bad pressed scrutinized by the voters and are graphed mil-!, day.They no doubt but that people are always concerned about fm sorry but this telegram is area, although he hasn't done

weather doesn't stop the malls, it certainly can utely all\ the way from Washington to are those whose disabilities their taxes Income, excise, property, etc. and they are Just addressed to 1340 Indian River any home building here, In the
past several Clermont
although adjudged to be Avenue, telephone 2(7 2181.That's years.
low them down." the local communities The ala ai concerned about how much they pay in relation to people la I Municipal Judge Roy Caldwell
service connected are so your address and telephone -
similar financial levels I
their and elsewhere not
tical charts pile higher and neighbor only
who argued for the Birch: Society
slight that they do not rate number isn't ItT", the
mentioned that can't off the la but In the nation,1' {
lie planes get higher, and become the source monthly compensation florid voice asked. is a former resident of

ground) switches on railroad tracks can freeze up, materials for politicians, political meets I'. pay. They art also Interested in where their tax dollar goes, how "Yes. that' right Who did Titusville His father was pas. ,

trucks must move more slowly and cautiously over scientists' and historians of '. The fact, however, that theirdisabilities wisely. it la spent and with the services received all In comparison you say the telegram was sent tor of the First Methodist j
the future Then, along wifilthis Church here
highways, and, in many places, mailmen might wish more or less educated makes are them service eligible- connected to to other counties In the atate. to"Sherrie?", we asked.Hudson", the voice many years ago.

for warmth of an igloo. Even the impish Mr ZIP guesses are made as to what apply for National Service Life The following table has been compiled to show local fund answered. "But maybe this will !

can't assure next-day delivery under these conditions may be expected of the govctn- Insurance, Col. W, II. Boshoff, contributions to school systems In 24 counties In Florida. It help. Do you know a Gay and Today InHistory \
ment in power That is going on Veterans Service Officer, for' shows, In the first column, the ranking of the county In relationto Fancy? They signed the tele

low.' And some Interesting Brevard County, pointed out. cost per teaching unit from local funds (local real estate taxes gram."
"Why, you may ask, "does the postmaster bring facts, along with more anticipations Then "came the dawn" and
The VA has no way to trace ). The name of the county appears In the second column' ; the
this up?" are its product these individuals to notify themof county tax valuation for each Instructional unit appears in the we realized what the telegramwas

"Simply to let people know that there is a factor This election demonstrated their eligibility. Veterans receiving third column; the total mlllage levied for school purposes in the about. I THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
less and less y
that there is par. compensation checks, en "Now we know", we told the
can't control the weather the fourth column and the cost per unit from local funds in the final Today is Friday, Dee' 11, the
that we just ty regularity and more and more the other hand, will be notified operator. "Read the telegram-
Postmaster said. "It U important that people mail. ticket splitting Thus, despite through the mails. column. It's to our poodle-and I don't S4flth day of 1964. There are 20
the President landslide vote In Valuation Cent think she'll be able to understand days left in the year.Today' .
make effort to The majority of these million-
ing Christmas cards and gifts every .
California, the U,S, Senate scat and-a-half veterans have lost (Mr Ines T t l Per Unit It."
shop early and mail early to assure on-time delivery. f.sltton County unit MllUge Letal Funds highlight in history:
at stake went to a. Republicanwho ,complete touch with VA, since The telegram read "Congrat
On this date in 1936, King Edward
the Christmas rush
This is especially true during Was scant chance ulations mother
given on becoming a
there was no reason to notifythe 1. Charlotte $1,079298 7.32 $1110O.48Z VIII abdicated the throneof
when increasing avalanche of mail moves when the campaign began. The again. And It was signed
an ever agency of their whereabouts Lake 482,R88 1(00 T7241I England after reigning uncrowned
President carried Oregon with' "Gay and Fancy. :
through the postal system. 3. Palm Beach 459143 15.90 1300.40 since Jan. 20. He was
ease, but the Republicans gain Well, It was sent by "Gay
VA records show, however,
has several titled the duke of Windsor.
The Post Office Department new I, Collier (96,019 T44 666631
td control of the state House of that 1,1100,000 veterans of World and Fancy" of the George Fey
tools to use in this year's mail service. The most Representatives for the first l War H or the Korean Conflict I. Plnellas 402,193 1330 613331 household. You see, "Gay and On this date:

important is the new ZIP Code and transportation. time in years and maintained period have been adjudged sere a. Sarasota 433,043; 14.00 609063 Fancy" are the two poodles
distribution that came into being with the control of the state's Board of ice connected in a non-com-: T, Browsed 812,343 1138 393290 owned by the Feys-and they. In 1937, Benito Mussolini announced
system Control\ So It went, in numbersof I. Dade 278,004 20.00 336008 are "relatives" of our new that Italy would with
pensable category
i Zoning Improvement Plan (ZIP). Postmaster Watt. states throughout the nation The VA is enlisting the aid of 9. Indlas River 313,332 17.50 332218 poodle mother, 'Chert." draw from the League of Na

wood is urging everyone to use the five digit numbers : The President's coattails patriotic, military and other 10. Oaceola 96,m 330 1122." All of which brings up the tions.

because in most cases the code cuts down the were broad enough to carry service organizations In an effort 11. Martin 632,168 7.S3 311932 fact that we do have new poodles In 1944, the Finnish army was

number of times a piece of mail must be handled. many of hU adherents into, office to reach these veterans who 12. Lee 306,880 1413 4387.M In our growing family of demobilized in accordance with
but not all of them by any may otherwise never learn of 13. Polk 364,280 12.SO 433330 toy poodles. There are three of Russian armistice terms.
I This saves time, labor and don't : means the opportunity to obtain the GI 14. Monroe 217,632 20.00 433304 the new puppies-all solid .
He suggests that even if you know the code Just about everyone is sure Insurance coverage that they 15. Citrus 2(8993 15.00 433492 black. And. we might say, after i Also in 1944, the Senate passed

for the address of the people to whom you'll be sending that in the Immediate time either faded< to take during H. Manatee 363399 1110 431171 living In a household with a a bill authorizing four five-
ahead the Administration wife two daughters, a mother. I star generals and four five-
service or allowed to lapse all
cards and gifts, you should use the code on your 17. Pasco 207,970 2000 4159.40II.
main energies must be given to or In part, since that time. la-law and three female dogs, I star admirals.
St. Johns 623,825 6.430.3.72
return address. And should record the codes
you Foreign affairs. The list of trouble These veterans are probably some males finally appearedtwo -
from the return addresses of those who are writingto spots around the world entitled to the lowest Insurance II. Hendry 199,903 2000 3998.08. of the three newcomers. Forrestal Ten years was ago christened.- The carrier.
20. Orange 197.333 20.00 3948.
with Viet Nam at the
grows rates under the reopening plan
you.Moving top; Reports that the new Soviet since their physical impair. 21. Highlands 188(79 2000 S7T1.38 Five years ago Conservative
the Christmas mail is hard tiring job
a 22. St. Lucle 438901 830 373038
government is supplying menu are of such a slight nature Things we didn't know-that Communist factions ap-
and the 45 local workers who work so diligently during large quantities of modern Boshoff said. 23. Heraanda 184,960 20.00 36M20 alligators are native only to the peared to have the upper hand
this period deserve all the cooperation they can weapons to satellites and hoped 24. Brevard 222.873 1300 3343.0.'Ial" U. S. and China. at the U.S. Communist Party
et. -for satellites is the cause of lost, and a lasting bitterness on 1963 assessed valuation. 1964 not available because ofreassessment. Didn't know we' had that National Convention la New
deepening concern The preserv within and without Congress resulted Will be substantially higher this year. much in common. York.
The postmaster said that shopping early mailing atlon of NATO is a first order Some historians think I

early, and using ZIP Codes will really put ZIP into of business. Belief that a that, because of this. Mr. Roosevelt yyyy.y... yyyy.y.y.yyy..yyy.y.yy..y.y. .yy

your Christmas mailings. and give your mailmana strengthening of policy is needed might have been beaten In
grows, and it is bipartisan' the subsequent election bad It
hand too. in nature not been for the coming ol the No Year's WaitFOR

In the realm of domestic pol war and the "Don't rock the
icy, as it will\ be blueprinted to boat" attitude it produced
The Christmas holiday period is a dangeroustime the next Congress, the speculations among great numbers of people. ,
for traffic accidents. The East Florida AAA are frequently contradlc. Then there is the character of FOR
tory One school thinks that the Mr. Johnson himself His on-
Division reminds you that December hu more dark. President's margin was so large deviating stress has been on unity -

ness hours than any other month of the year Visibility and Democratic control of Congress This was so during the campaign This Rate

for both driving and walking Is poor and requires particularly the House so and It has been true V Higher
complete that Mr. Johnson w'll since. He clearly wants to alienate -
special alertness. If driving, slow down and
be able to write his own ticket, as few people as possible.
be alert for other traffic. If you are walking, wearor right! down tin such intensly con- So. a good many writers forecast Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the

carry something white so that you can be seen by troversial programs as medi it may be that he will 1st Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband
motorists in the darkness. care. But history tells us that move slowly and be willing to 0/ and wife) by FSLJC a permanent agency of the U. S.
Congress is often extremely accept compromises in order to /\ ) Government.
Jealous of its prerogative, advance the unity concept II '4 7"
powers and independence and that is the case and we will
Christmas lights in downtown shopping areas that Presidents have learned have to wait and see there
careful this to their cost The classic .ill) be few major surprises. KrstPeieratU Si\\1ings
are beautiful but motorists are urged to be
example Is the Roosevelt Supreme Another point deserves mention Current Dividend
not to confuse them with the electric traffic signals. Court packing bill The Fear of more Inflation is Bat

The East Florida AAA Division points out that, like President! had been elected by a on the rise once more. This In' Lj.- _Ait.clatl.a off TltutvllU

traffic lights, many of the Christmas lights feature huge margin, the Democratic Itself could be a powerful restraining Dowatowm Wile Braach Offlc
edge in Congress was overwhelming influence on lath the
red and green.. Keep your eyes open and drive lie threw all his In. Executive and Le&baU1brlochu Op a t to 3 Daily Abo 4 to 7 Friday WasUagtoa at Main us N. CoqIaIu

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will include Dr. J. W Young of That Little Extra the usual friendly service was
Registration For Engineers I Radiation Inc., mathematics; Holiday Touch announced by Mrs. Martha THIS IS THE SEASON. .
E. C. AUmon, Air Force Eastern Reflcbcrry, manager.
Review SessionsRegistration Begins Monday H. Gross Test ,Range Aerospace physics Corporation ; Dr. J. Patrons visiting the Indian i TAXES
chemistry. River City Branch of the First I : LICENSES
for the second to come to the FICUS office, R. F. Reddy of Interstate Engineering Federal Savings and Loan Association I CHRISTMAS .
annual Professional Engineers located in Portable Building ; J. L. Monroe, Flo- will be served Christ-
License Review Sessions will Seven on the Brevard Junior rida Power and Light Com mas cookies and coffee beginning iI i iTO
AND THAT'S A GOOD REASON
College campus, to fill out registration pany; and Ll Col E J. Hagin, Monday, Dec. H continuIng tV j a
begin at the Florida Institute
cards, pay their fees Air Force; all of whom will through Christmas Eve. g Sli ,
for Continuing University Studies and receive Information pack lecture in electrical engineering This added holiday touch to
f JACK MURPHY
: (FICUS) office on Mondayat ets.Enrollment .
I 00 will continue for in the various engine-
: a.m.Interested American teaching 36 Yarn Solving Budget ProblemsLOANS
D. C. Cummings of Pan
asked four weeks, according to Dr. ering disciplines and land surveying -
are ,
persons World mechanical -
Airways
Robert H Humphrey, FICUS are among the best In c TO $600
E. C. Smaw- 1
Center Administrator, but engineers engineering; their fields Each is a highly r / ;
ley of Radiation, Inc., civil engineering
Tech Club Car Wash
who to take
plan partin qualified individual holding a .
and G N UUlard !
the sessions are encouragedto ; industrial or military ATLANTIC LOAN CO.
Set For responsible
SaturdayThe .
of Givens Hurdle and Quick ,:; V1O
register as early as possible. Inc., position with the majority .l. I !{
Tech dub of Titusvllle Because of a large turnout here surveying being registered professional OF TITUSVILLE .,. + : e
School Is 'car Sebastian D'Alll staff scientist "
High holding a engineers L
last year registration had to beclrn.ed ,
wash' Dec 12, is January INDIAN RIVER PLAZAIR.C.J474771Stop a
Saturday from at Chrysler Corporation Classes will begin on YJNG i iMaaa
5 a.m. to 5 pm at Riverside Dr. Humphrey stated academic coordinator for the 25 and will be held at the aa t
\ Texaco, next door to Burger Instructors for the highly program Mr. D'AUi stated that Corps of Engineers Building, ) ) )i )a ,.S) :t(>( :h) )( )a ) ;
KIng. specialized educational series "the instructors who will be Merritt Island

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oNortA Brevard St. Gab riel's Episcopal 1

Phone 267-3594<< will barbara carton pm.Churchwomen to elect officers met Dec.for 1 the at 8

coming year.
Some of the most beautiful social were Mrs. Martha Lambert I This day I'll hold forever dear I The new officers elected are

candle creations we've ever Mrs. Dorothy Styborstd, I know that she will too; I Mrs. C. B. Talmadge, president;
seen were on display at the Mrs. Diane Evans, Mrs Loretta
How bleated I am, for one by Mrs. James Munnis Jr., vice
Mobile Manor coffee social this Evans, Mrs Marjorie irwin, I. one president; Mrs. C W Klmes,
week along with quite an array Mrs Nancy Richardson, Mrs. watched secretary; and Mrs. Almlra
I've dreams
of other handmade Christmas Nancy Abshire, Mrs. Betty Mil my come Buckham, treasurer.
true.
decorations ler. Mrs. Ruth Bolkman, Mrs. : Each of the new officers
Lenora Maxwell Mrs. Barbara How can I ever thank you, God, were
This social ,
group is made up presented with a cross by the
I A of Taylor, Mrs Barbara Ttnsley For trusting In my care
women living in Mobile Manor retiring officers. Mrs. 0. D. Or.
who have met each Wednesday Mrs. Jeanette Little, Mrs. San I The dearest gift that You could vis III, past president, was presented
morning for several weeks dy Patrick, Mrs. Maureen Rum give with a cross by Mrs. Tal
now learning the art of candle- baugh, Mrs Shirley Corley and This angel that we share" madge In appreciation for the

IZ making and other handicrafts Mrs. Mae ShearL I "outstanding job during the
from Leona (Mrs. Harold) Falconer The gals are now. busy with t Visitors in our fair city recently past year".
plans for a big Christmas Party were Mrs. Max Sophler, Annual reports were read by
for all children living in Mobile mother of Jill (Mrs. Larry) department chairman
When Leona and her husband and the
Manor Santa will\ pay a Flink of Abbot Avenue, and 1965 chairmen
department
Tint took over as of were
managers visit and bring gifts for the children Mrs. Sidney Marks, both from appointed. A silver
Mobile Manor about a year ago, offering was
she inquired if the ladles were and filled stockings. Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Marks, very collected to be sent to the
Interested In learning various Leona has always enjoyed affectionately referred to as "Share Our Surplus" program.
doing flower arrangements and "Aunt Louise" Jill, and her
j arts and crafts. The enthusiasm by An inspiring Christmas meditation -
different forms of art as a hob husband are God-parents for theFlunk's
1 was great and this fall the was presented In the
group began meeting in the i r by. She operated a gift shop, \ lovely little daughter, church, with Jill Smith and Dr
was active In Women's Clubs Nancy. The here for
were
guests Robert
the
recreation building. The first l Metzger as soloists.
and PT.A. before moving to the opening of Hanukah,
project was candle mik: a special Mrs Paul Hoover and Mrs.
this area. As a hostess for Wed Jewish holiday, and came
Frank
ing (Harold even fixed a stoveIn Hubinger were in charge
: the recreation center for nesday's meeting, Leona bakeda bearing Hanukah gifts for Nancy of the social, and refreshmentswere
I delicious Danish puff and her and her two adorable brothers .
T them to melt the wax) and then served by members of the
co-hostess made Christmas Michael and Richard.In house committee and
the Interests started to branch representatives
cookies for the mornings re keeping with the festive
occasion of each of the
out a bit with the women working chapters
freshments.Jeff Larry, Jill and vacation.
on net and styrofoam trees,
ers enjoyed dinner in Orlando
j:14HOST wreaths and other Christmas I
decorations. and Susan Holland of 513 and then met Dr. and Mrs. 0. G. Baptist Childrens

Robbins Ave. enjoyed a week Ryals of Key Madeira for an Choirs To Present
-- As a grand climax to the can. end visit with Susan's parents, exciting evening of Jai All An
CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON A Christmas women assisting the hostess were (left to right) Mrs die-making, Leona offered a Mr and Mrs. Waller Brown of another evening, Larry's par. Christmas ProgramThe
I I' covered-dish luncheon of the Poinsetta Garden Henry Goethe, Mrs. W Sumner Ferguson, chairmanof : prize for the most beautiful, Lake Wales. The Holland's ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Flink,
Circle was held at the home of Mrs. Thomas E, the circle, Mrs. W. H. H. Bennett, and Mrs. N J. creative candle to be given young son Sam was with themon entertained Mrs. Sophier, Mrs Primary and Junior choir
Henderson on Fairglen Drive Wednesday. The Cowart.-S-A Photo. away during Wednesday's social the trip.I Marks. Larry and Jill for an enjoyable of the First Baptist Church will
with Fran Partelow of r "dinner on the town". present a program of Christmas
Flowers By Fran acting as would like to share with youa music Sunday at 7:30: p.m.
To judge. It was impossible to most beautiful poem (author Enjoyed Gateway Welcome The Primary choir will pre
1 Sponsor Big
0 Voice BJC ChoraleIn Jaycees award just one prize since all unknown) that I will dedicate to Wagon Club's Christmas luncheon sent the "Christmas Story and
I were beautiful and very imaginative my daughter, Elane, and all the Wednesday, especially the Song," and the Junior choir will
'New Year's Eve Dance so three prizes were other young children at St. Te beautiful Christmas carols sung present a Christmas cantata for
Yule Concert Sunday I awarded. Copping the first resa's Catholic School who received by Clare (Mrs. Larry) Simms. children's voices entitled, "Lo A
prize was Mrs. Ina Batchelyfor their First Holy Communion Clare entertained by singing Star", by Robert Graham.
Tltvsvllle Jaycees, assisted ocr couple and Includes set uo! her unique red picture window last Sunday. several selections, The public is Invited to at
t The 8O-voice Brevard Junior artmcnt, Also Included on the by the Jaycee Wives Club, are I hats, noise makers, etc. Music candle with a small bell Mrs. Judy Davis.accompaniedby tend.
will be composition for preparing for their second will be provided by the Dick hanging in the window and A
College Chorale will present a concert: a i FIRST COMMUNION special part of the programwas
Christmas concert this Sunday oboe and piano performed by mammoth dance of the year: Trompla Quintet, featuring Son frosted wax snow covering the "Today I watched an angel the presentation of funds Wales, as one winner and Mrs
evening at 7:30: In the sanctuary Charles Alley and William J. the annual Jaycee New Year's ny Raymond, formerly with the top of it. At the base of the I Walk slowly down the aisle, for a scholarship to Miss June Elaine Horn as the other Mrs.
ft the Cocoa First Baptftt Dahlenburg, also members of Eve Ball. Stan,Kenton Band, on the tenor candle were lovely white poinsettias Her face was bathed in innocence Skroback, student at Daytona Brown Is the Mother of Susan
Church. The program will the Fine Art's faculty The dance will\ be held at tho wo, 'hone and Kelly Zarvas, sparkling with red gut Beach Junior College, who is Holland, the club's recording
be under the direction of Thom Mr. Whiteside stated that thisyear's Fisher Building, across the I male vocalist. ter dust She wore her baby smile. working toward being a Regis. secretary. The enjoyable lunch-
highway from Jess Parrish Memorial Royal Castle, through IU District eon ended with a Chinese auction
fc; L. Whltestde. concert will feature an Mrs. Brenda Cooper won sec Her little hands were folded tered Nurse.VI .
;5;Guest organist for the concert unusual presentation of the Hospital, at the scene of Manager John Ball of Eau ond prize for a most unusual tight, Bramhall, first vice-president of many beautiful ChrIstmas
the Christmas Ball. Gallle, has agreed to cater the decorations, gift boxes and
Christmas Joseph Roff candle molded In Her head
of
*ill be L, T. Moore, new faculft Story. a Tupperware golden was bowed G.W.W.C., presented a
member In the Fine Art's DeS has combined choral numbers, Steve Pantano, chairman of breakfast, to Include eggs, grits, sugar bowl with a tiny nativity Her eyes were filled with all the lovely covered wagon charm gift items made by club mem-
of this last-of-the-year affair, said toast and coff**, all Included In ben.
narration, and a filmstrip scene set Into the candle. The love to Gloria (Mrs. Ned) Rust, president -
he world's most famous paining that only 350 tickets will be sold the ticket price.A brown candle was surroundedwith That Heaven could allow. as a going-away gift from
|ec Program Adds matching the story of the to the dance, which Includes familiar YYOB party, artificial greenery and petite She knelt before the rail, and the group. Gloria and Ned will FLOWERS[
birth of the Messiah. 2am. breakfast. Tickets are }t6 the dance will also provide three angels for quite an Impressive then be leaving the area in about ? FRAN
(Night BridgeT The concert will last less thanan large door prizes, plus over -V decoration. Third prize Received the sacred host. two months due to Ned being "Noticeably SuptrUr"'

h e Tltusville Recreation hour New Arrivals 000 pieces of novelties. went to Mrs. Diane Swoyer for And when she turned 'twas plainto transferred to Montgomery, Ala. forChristmas
There will be no charge for her lovely pink picture window see Kathy will take
Department will beginning Rafferty over
sponsor Parties
bridge classes starting Jan.ron via the StorkNew reservations, however for a candle with an original Christ Just whom she loved the most. the office of president to complete Horn and OfficeDecorations.
Wednesday mornings at p'rOO reservations, one must call 287. mas tree design In the window, My seven year old angel child, Gloria's six months term. .
to 11:30: am. and 4216 and give ticket numbers created by Diane's husband Eu Oh how I hope and pray, Two door prizes were given
am.
(30 for seats. Tickets are available You'll love God each tomorrowThe with out-of-town M.mb.n Klorbfi T.I. D.Ut.rr
at 7:30: Arthur Tolls 28 \r gene. away an guest,
ednesday evenings Mr. and Mrs. _
211* Garden
St.
from Jaycee and also at 27-2115
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any Other women attending the way you do today. Mrs Goldie Brown of Lake
Am; to (:.30 p.m. at the Jaycee Dahlia, will entertain her parents I First National, Citizens and -- --- -
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building on Singleton Avenue Rev. and Mrs. Morris Brevard National Banks and I =. .
$:It Is due to the many requests I Hunt of Nashville, Tenn, who i the Coffee Shop.
fcelved by the Tltusvllle Re- 'will arrive here Dec. 20 for the I "Man, oh man. At 10 that
ireation Department that the holidays. Rev. Hunt, a Presbyterian I place's gonna fall apart, Pan
itenlng classes will be conduct minister, will baptize his I tano said "I've got some "

$ as well as the morning 4-month old grandson, Todd, .I things planned that will really v .,
classes, again. Dec. 27, with the Rev. Charles let 'em know its New Year's '\ PLAY SANTA.
j Mrs Ralph Jones bridge instructor Bates assisting Mrs Tolls, Eve."
i for the recreation de- Todd, daughter, Alexis, will re arrivals at Jess Parrish I .
toirtment will teach the classes, turn with the Hunts to Nash Memorial Hospital: I .
Which will be limited to 20 per. YUle, on Dec. 31 for the month A daughter, Wendy Denise University Women
;of born Dec. I, to Mr and Mrs.
", ns.i.Anyone January. Meet Next
Interested In these William J. Trudeau, Minn, Tuesday Santa Never Had II So

classes should register with the I weighing 7 Ibs, 6i.Pi oz. Mn. Charles Bates, program -,
Tltusville Recreation Department Donald Water\ son of Mr. A son, Buford Ray, born Dec.
((267-3141), I SL and is Mrs E. R. Wager in the, 8 South I 2, to Mr and Mrs Buford Ray show development slides of chairman her recent, Italian will ,,+ Good. He Didn't Have A
presently Orange 4
t> McCormick Sr, weighing 7 Ibs, trip to the Tltusvllle branchof a.
Memorial
Room mil
Hospital, ,
bAR Annual 11 oz. the American Association of t
Slates in Orlando. *
I A son burn Dec S, 1964 to University Women Tuesday at 8 4 p11
Christmas PartyThe Mr and Mrs. John C. Delaney, pm. in the Indian River Plaza D M
Doctor and Mrs V. V', Kelly 2253 Old Dixie llwy., Tltusvllle. Bowling Lanes' communityroom. D
annual Christmas party, have recently returned to Titus A son, George Wallace, born .
i: covered dish luncheon and vllle from Culpepper, Va. to Dec. 5 to Mr. and Mrs. Hannel An AAUW board meeting at 7 a .
gift exchange, will be held by take up winter residence at 203 Thomas of Minis, weighing 7 pm. will precede the meeting '
die Daughters of the American Crannis Ave. Ibs, 12 Revolution, Indian River Chapter A son, David Albert, born the AAUW mav contact Mrs 0, I CHARGE CARD
tomorrow at noon at the I Dec. B to Mr. and Mrs. George J. C. Talley (267-4368) for mem
l It me of Mrs. Allen Taylor, at Mr and Mrs Vlvtor Jodts, of L. Moyer 343 Darden Ave., 'ntusvllle bership Information.
Ute Log Cabin Groves, north of Sunrise Beach, Mo. are visitinghis weighing e Ibs, 11 01 --
Stottsmoor, brother, Mr and Mrs A lion, born Dec 7 to Mr and
; Mrs, W. J. Darden, Mrs Henry Jodts, Vickie and Freddie Mrs. James L. Pay, Rt. 1, Tl- I THE DORIS LAMP SHOP '
>Beatrice' Gould, and Mrs Freds Jodts and Mrs John F. tusville. weighing 3 Ibs. 14 o/ Lamp Stylists You can .hop dozens and dozens of fins store for

: Salter will assist as con Walllcr, at 1326 Indian River A daughter, born Dec 8, to IMPORTS \ the most terrific .election of Christmas merch.n
h,atesses. Ave Mr and Mrs B. Wallace. 4-'H3: DECORATOR I
;.Any visiting members Is [ Catalina St., Titusville, weigh CUSTOM m dite you have M.n and combin. ill of yourpurchase.
cordially Invited to attend andIfay I nR 6 Ibs. 1% oz. Over SOS ttchooit Tfcl ,
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Into convenient bilL
See 1 -- ---- one
call Mrs W. J, Darden he fr.mAll
(AM7-03G3)) for Information. I Sls.sl I-
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Mrs. S. A. Kittles III, regent, Star AdvocateFor DON'S Floral Art All Shapea! w ': Shop where you Me the .mbl.m below displayed
all members to attend _
irgcs Your flower need .
YourPrinting my upcrlaltv Colors! .. these progreulve local merchant offer you

Christmas Events At 267-8527 THE DORIS LAMP SHOP iI the convenience of Christmas
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I Johnnie Carroll, A Blind Man, Tells Whispering Hills Students anor assisted, and by Mn.their' Erma daughter Pennljnd*;le., e

entertained approximately 150

I How To Read The "Talking Books"When open guests house at a Christmas Sunday from party J p.m.and

to 5 p.m, at the Jackson home. t

As each guert arrived they L ;
third year children at for the degree, most of which I "well loved first grade e should never fret with what were presented with a lovely I
Whispering hills Elementary Is done by private tutoring er" Mn Truman We get in this old world of red rose or carnation andy r
School read a story about Playing a piano and singingare of MImS. >en was t special trecl balloons t
I "talking books" for the blind In among his favorite past- 1 This man, who cannot should take life as It comes, and candy for the children :
I their Weekly Reader last week times along with writing poetry a warm wonderful sense they be thorns or .
and learned blind children a I 11 and being an active member of mor with no apparent flowers,
The Jackson home and floral
over the world were reading the{ the Titusville (Lions Club. lie because of his blindness should take it with Christ ,
shop were decorated in true S'S 0y
story In Braille they teo ,,: especially enjoys the smile.
same working on haps we can a happy Christmas spirit, with holly and
came Intrigued with discovering j!I Committee for the Conservationof and learn a lesson too. by the Rocky Road will seem .
mistletoe hanging from the living
more about this system, which Sight Carroll's numerous ing one of his own 1 smooth hen we travel ..
enables the blind to read. friends in the area include his mile" room archway with a Christmas ....... --
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tree In the
background. ... .. .eLS' .... ..
The youngsters and their The guests, from Scottsmoor,
teacher, Miss Gladys Bornt, Cocoa, Christmas and Titus. OPEN HOUSE (Left to right! ) Mrs. Carl Jackson at a recent Christmas
found a few stories on I ville, were treated to sandwiches R 1 E Henderson, Miss Hood, Mrs. Winparty and open house given at the I
the Braille system, but the s e I hors d' oeuvres, fruit cake ifred MacLean, Mrs. Bonnie Allen, Mrs. Jackson home.
only served to whet their cur- {cookies and punch served from .
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hard actually to believe read a someone story by could running I blecloth, decorated Italian Madeira with a la.// 5 &Df Now Adams'

I their fingers over a bunchof I tal bowl of candy stripe at
dots. Then, as If In answerto lions and pine flanked by twolowly
their silent plea, Miss Bornt I candlelabra
china
learned of a young man in Mims YEAR END FLOOR MODEL
who, after he completes h i s I Mrs. M, F. Breedluve Mrs I
practice teaching, will become a J. E. Luce and Miss Laura
teacher at the School for the Prll'bkorn't'I'8 the lucky recipients
Blind and Deaf-Mute in St AJ- of the floral arrange- CHRISTMAS SALE
gustine. ments awarded as door prUes i S

Johnnie Carroll visited the '

the dren school with Braille and a complete fascinated System,account the Johnnie chil of 17i v Sew-So Yule Luncheon Club Holds At I'I BIG! BIG! BIG TRADE-INS!


Carroll Is completely blind!II Mrs Wilson's Home

I Carroll began his talk by telling MOTOROLA
I 1 the youngsters how he !lost Mrs W. 1) Wilson entertained i
his eyesight due to an unfortunate the Sew-So Club at a Christmas
I gun accident at the age of luncheon last Wednesday Of
12. He attended the Mims School After lunch the group sang
until the seventh grade when, Christmas carols and exchanged -
shortly after the accident, he gifts.
became a student of the St. Au. I Guest.I ho attended were I
: gustine School. .. + Mrs. Frank Warren Mrs. Davis
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Wilson of Cocoa ,
Mrs Howard
I The eager attentive young listeners while JOHNNIE CARROLL demonstrates Young I Parker Mrs O. 1 D. Youree, Mrs I
were very V. W Kelly of Culpepper, Va.,
. 1"' Carroll explained the origin rf Braille writing to Brenda Hodge and
and Mrs. Charles Burnett. C
the but ,
simple unique system Members In attendance
used by the blind today Louts'! I IRC Woman's Club Chrysler Wives Vokt"W Star Plans Mrs. Fred Stroud, Mrs, J were, V. !
of the
while student
Braille, a Christmas Program Hold Yule PartyThe \ Party Miller Mrs. John C Flake,
School For Blind in Paris duringthe Mrs, Douglas Barnhart, M r I.

method early which 1800's uses created Just six the basic Scheduled MondayThe I Chrysler Wives <' Titusville Eastern Star Leah Conley, Mrs R Nelson, I the new generation of Color TV
hold a Christmas hold a Christmas party al Mrs J. E. Koon. Mrs A 0, E
fact dots and and fiction yet opens to those a worldof who Indian Club education River City andhome Woman's party Dec. 18 at Masonic Temple, at 9 p.m. Clark, Mrs. Fred Uurkett, Mrs, .-
Carriage House in Dec 15, immediately E. M. Parker, Mrs W K: Zleg-
cannot -Me. life department will present Beach. The social hour the Chapter closes ler, Mrs. L. C Stewart, and E :I t Full Screen Rectangular
entitled "Christ
The six basic! dots are arrang- a program
gin at 11 am with lunch Mrs. L. C. Crofton.
I e4 In two rows of three each, mas Around the World" Mon noon. members of the area are The January luncheon. will he @ look
v th the number of dots and day In the IRC, Civic Centerat to attend the meeting, held at the home of Mrs;. W K: I (J ,
I tMrposition! determining what 8 p.m. Mrs. Elizabeth Biehl, <<. which 1 their hiubandu the/"mean. Braille writing Is Mrs. and will present a musical may join them for the L1
Randolph Nunnally
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done on heavy duty paper with a Mrs. James Plumb, narratorsand gram, accompanied by / I f fj Full Year Guarantee
and ). Thereis John Marling j
slate stylus (punch
authors o fthe Christmas I person attending is re- '.'_ On AU Parts
catch in doing it
Just one Mrs. Michele Brauer,
program, will introduce the to bring a 'fun' gift of '- _
correctly! Since the dots are skits. which will depict Christ. the Blossom House in more than one dollar, for the -r Hand Wlr.d
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punched downward, it is neces bourne, will demonstrate .. Power Transformer
mas customs from i foreign I ie tree ,
them from rightto Chaialj.
sary to punch lands. to make Christmas '
left (backwards from the and floral has been announced that M.".,UCIUOIA
arrangement ,, ,
Mrs. Dan Kieffer will Con.mp" ,
repre- Ntluicomploto
way we write), so, when the pa the holidays. Masonic Home in St. Pet
per Is turned over the project.] sent England; Mrs. Ralph Door prizes will be is In need of hand ,,
ing dots can be read the right Jones, Scotland; Mrs. Marling and and wish cloths. If I ,
I Czaban, Holland Mrs. Perry Mrs AI Notary will t "
way, In demonstrating how to ; to the Christmas meet VCUB.
charge of the decorations
do Braille writing, Carroll "rt.dit !Cain, Spain; Mrs. Thomas AMman they will be delivered to selection
faster than I can write long Peru; Mrs. Richard Web- All Chrysler wives home in time for Christmas i ,
hand" according to Miss Burnt er, Mexico; and Mrs. Plumb, friends are 1 Invited to of cabinets
I The .skits will be Reservations may be .
learned numerous Germany ; ('JALSO ": Motorola
'The children Junior Color/65
I presented with authentic costumes calling Mrs, W A. Wilson High "'IJ lKeerU5e.1\) lore sett are
popular magazines are I either from t'e country (367)) Titusville, Mrs, K. To Meet : vailiWe in many line' cabinet
and the .
in Braille : dtIItn.
including
printed decorator
((783-4373) Cocoa Beach, <
represented or exact duplications ) ; : ,
Braille Bible is available in with appropiate background Mn T. McDonald ( Junior High PT.A .I I.., MJNU ..u I sets! ,designed by Drexel'
Latin, French, German, I f 'I'1",1\1" ( for '
Greek I \ Motorola
1 Melbourne. .
Mrs. Kenneth Kinds- meet Monday Dec. 14, at nl..d "ArrCT e.nr.r
Spanish and other languages. vater will assist Mrs. Jones in in the school cafetorlum Lifetime 41.nond|(nor rdi'.pl..O",in Wiv"<"r, ...ttui'M) ,,
has six ( <
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The Braille typewriter I I I the prebCntation.I Eastern Star Jane Roberts will direct ...,-"-' ,, s -
back
main keys a spacer
chorus who will sing ,
("which Is very necessary' in I Christmas carols will be sung Three Dist. carol at the meet- ,,
I JEANS Md.5JCaaosA
Braille writing") a few keys !and gifts exchanged by the rf.ernnn.so/npane
for contractions and signs and members. Three of the Grand I" "c
also writes backwards. Christmas\ cookies and wassail ces in District 25 of parents of the Parkway JEWELRY : : i 1J., "
The captivating personality of punch will be served by Mrs. tusville Chapter No 6 are cordially invited : ( : I Why wait ? Got tho 'look
Johnnie Carroll won the heartsof Lawrence Flink, chairman, assisted the Eastern Mar this meeting. A baby Bit" Appl. Plate Titutvllle ; ;' J.. of
the children and they swarmed by Mrs. O G. Ryals, cently, are Mn. Myrtle will be provided for the Open Yew Ivery Ctnvtnitnce NIgh' Per :, ;i tomorrow todav.
around him for answers to Mrs. Glenn Young, Mrs. Dan Hue, member of the children i .

the endearing questions that only Kieffer, Mrs. Gerald Erlckson Chapter Credential .......,..........................................'111.-. .. : \, 41. i .
children can ask "Yes, the and Mrs. Dorum. Mn. Edna Lowe, -
Braille school books are the Gifts brought to the meetingby the Eastern Star 1tI [ : Got Motorola
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same as yours and even some each member. for the Sun. District -2SnH. _n_ Mrs J2.:; .
illustrations such as maps, are l land Training Center, will be grand representative u( FOR YOUR :
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in Braille." "I cut my own meat delivered to the center within a We'll ee Mpey te five yew a ,.,.
at home but have someone else few days. I 1------ E ,,' SHOPPINGCONVENIENCE : 'J: M.d.l JV'aT9fA ,nil dementrrttlen the new etnerillen .
Bertha Denoted, worthy ef *'lr TV 5.15. 'In peer
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M- *" ** NeL.ndon nice if you had the spar time dates for these training sessions
AM M If44 and could put it to good use by will be on Jan. 12, 14, 19,
,: plalrf Tr1" Itr Students helping get troops ready for 22, and 29 from 1.00: to 12:00: TV EMPORIUM IS NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT MEET NEIL McKERNAN AND GET
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!fM W" >. "Hudente of the many girls that are willing a.m. The training requires only
Mints tehon' ,".:!:ir-wled by to enter a troop. 15 hours. We will announce the THE BEST" DEAL -..
ttetf horn" rc"w tan-hen t Mrs. Swanger Is the troop place and classes will be held ON AN ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE. EVER!
tth. Ger.'t'n'' '"unkenshlpad organizer for the Brownie and at a later date.
Mrs. lp'" ". .. "n, took I Senior Girl Scouts, while Mri. -
field trip T T 8, to Goland is organizer for the
Ids Central' r""', '., "*nwum" In Junior and Cadet scouts The Audi Test Given
Orlando Tlil'a 't. '"aa a foltywup The audio screening test was
"' "''' given at Mims school on Wednesday .
6f a1"' classes
pave been sti$-. .... 'n science FICUS Offers Dec. I by Mrs. Thoris
During the'r v f at the B. Youmans.
Museum they taw many things -
they bad ttudted about In their cnplneeringcourses Personal
tcience classes, such as. 1.I I Jack Noel, number one rated EievA
Their moon weight and earth Sulky driver from the Scloto
weight 2. Constellations. 3. Down Race Track at Columbus,
Magnitude of stars, 4. How Ohio, has been I visitor the s
night and day was formed. 6. past two weeks with Mr. and
The story of the Star of Beth. Four University of Florida Mrs. Robert L. Anderson and
leham. 6. Actual Meteorite. Undergraduate courses for family, of Spruce Hills.
'J' ere were other things such engineers will be offered at
u the tools Used by early man
Patrick Air Force Base during
and how they have changed Trimester II through the Florida Carousel To Be
through the years. Institute for Continuing ONLY ONCE-A-YEARI! {
These boys and girls as well University Studies (FICUS).
as their teachers, enjoyed this Dr Robert Humphrey administrator Played Tonight CE 1!-INCH Model 201A i

trJp and in viewing these things of the FICUS East .........
t so much it made It much easier Central Florida Center, an PORTABLE TV 12988 MMf M -
to remember what they had nounced today the schedule of I And Saturday full Fewer Tremrermer GE 19 INCHPORTABLE
studied four introductory courses in the UF-MONT Conceals Direct To TV Emporium
field of science and engineer. I ONLY
Attends Meeting Inn They are: Carousel will be presented tonight Plus F-R-E-E"IS' Lead Wire From The Factory TV
;Bill Williams, principal ofMimi CY 215, Introductory Chemistry and tomorrow night at .
and 2 Wire Guides.TV
Titusvllle Little Theatre on _
Elementary School, attended Instructor to be announced,
the Department of Elementary Tuesday from 5:30 to 8:30: p,m. Carliie Street 23 INCH LO-BOY BLACK & WHITE NEW LOW '
School Principals at UAFB, Building 543, Room This production of the well' EMPORIUM 13 S. 88
F, E. A. meeting held at the 10V, beginning Jan. 1%. known Broadway musical play WITH FREE
Cherry Plaza in Orlando, last EL 211, Introduction to Electrical ed to full houses last week-end, WILL NOT BE CURTIS STANDUNDERSOLDr
Thursday and Friday i Engineering, taught by under the direction of Roseann MATHES TV
'Mr. George Gamache Wednes. Crouch and Wanda Wyckoff, !
New Bus Loading Area days from 5-30: to 8:30: p.m. at with music direction under the 18222UHF Customer Check-List
dime school opened a new PAFB, Building 543, Room 109, talented Jake Hanneman, supported ALL CHANNEL
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loading and un-loaduig zone for beginning Jan. 13. by Joe Vallcenti, John FREE ANTENNA AND
all school buses on Wednesday, EL 373 Electronics II, taughtby Ball and Charles Chambers Jr 15 FT. LEAD WIRE HUUV-oNL'i" Price vs. QU.1htyWITH
Dec. 9. It is located on the Dr. E. G. Hagln, Mondays The voices and characterizations 2 LEFT
South side of the building. Par. from 5:30: to 1:30: p.m. beginning of John Hogan, Elma ark 2 WIRE GUIDES. Service
ents are asked not to use this Jan. 11 at PAID, Building Scott, Ken Morton, Nan Wilson, t
road, but to use the areas 543, Room 109. June Carter, Mel Cwln,':r. Paul
north of school for picking up EL 470, Digital Control of Sullivan, Jewel Bradfleld, Bob I ;i'r-
their children. Machines and Systems, In. Stiff, Rosemary Decker, George .
structor to be announced, Mahan, Nova Ramsey, and tMy '
Teachers' Assistant Thursdays from 6.30: to 8:30: many others, have been acclaimed 'iG
;Mrs. James (Mickie) Phillips p.m. beginning Jan. 14 at "Outstanding".
will be serving our 3rd. year PAFB, Building 543, Room 109. Reservations may be obtain.
teacher team as student assist. Registration fee for the undergraduate ed by calling Elnora Robinson
ant starting Wednesday Dec. 9. course Is $36. Reg ((267-0259)). ,n'j..
This Is In connection with her istrations postmarked after TLT has been able to reno ,o t a
activities In the "Future Teachers Jan 5 will be assessed a fl late vate the seating arrangements ry
of America Club", at. the fee. In its building for better stage ': t Qr'.i
Titusvllle High School. :. Students seeking more Information Viewing. ,.r
about the courses The play's success has necessitated
Students Receive Maps may contact Dr. Humphrey at another scheduled performance .
The First Federal Savingsand Brevard Junior College, phone set for Saturday, n' r 'i r y
Loan of Titusvllle, throughthe 6324127. Dec. 19 4
Haskins Map Company, has ,
given' to all 6th year students ot 111 JJ
Mime Elementary a large NEW KINDERGARTENOPENING
Vail map of the world. These
maps will better enable the
boys and.girls to follow world JANUARY 4th
events at home, and was grate I t
'!appreciated by all. AT THE
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Is it your daughter that Is
waiting to get into one of the 1927 PARK AVg.REGISTRATION .
Girl Scout TroopS? Now Is the
time to call either Mrs. P F. @
(Kitty) Swanger at AM7.7 68 9 to 12
any time or call Mrs. Jack
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after eoO: p.m., for that interview 2-5PEED CYCLE 3 WASHER
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Eight Florida State L'niver. taught by Dr. John J. Rellahan I
shy graduate courses in business !- Thursdays from 5:30: to 8:30:
management are being ol. p.m, beginning Jan. 14, at Pat
fered in Brevard County the rick Air Force Base, J' I* Wiothorproof Foil
second trimester through the BAd 506, Theory of Business i
Florida Institute for Continuing Organization and Management,
University studies (FICUS). extension credit, taught by Mr.
Dr. Robert; Humphrey, administrator John W. Stone, Wednesdaysfrom 1.0066c
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Central Florida Center, bald today ing Jan 13, at Patrick Air With Coupon Only '

the courses represent the Force Base, I Coupon Good Thru Sunday, Doc. 13AS
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taught by Drs Robert Earnest
The courses are:
and Hubert C. Edgeworth, .
BAd 512, Theory of Organizational Mondays from 5:30: to 8:30: p.m. I 1 +S1N S
Communications, residence at Patrick Air Force Base. I c
; MERRY CHRISTMASBumper
credit, (Registration ; llReul.,2Sc
BAd 509, Economic Analysisfor i,
closed), taught by Dr. George Slicker
T. Kennedy Management, residence q Air ,
credit, taught by Dr John T. a
BAd 554, Seminar in Labor 8
Rellahan Wednesdays from 5:30: C
Problems, residence credit, to 8:30: p.m. at Patrick Air jI$ 17 .
(Registration closed), taughtby Force Base. With Coupon Only +

Dr Jack E. Steen (d iL Coupon Good Thru Sunday, Dot, 13
BAd 50S, The Social Settingof BAd 551, Introduction to R&D ... ,s,+aWida -..At- .ut.1 ,r?. ... .-.,.. "..1. ....... sstrT jta \
Business Management, extension credit, \ )
residence credit, taught by Mr. Edward E Wahl. CAR SMASH-Shown prior to wielding the sledgehammer field, Cathy Boardman Ruthie Eichert, of Titus. -_. . .
kamp, Tuesdays from 5:30: to on the symbolic opponent are the Brevard ville, Dusty Peyton co-captain, Ruth Cypheis, captain -
Christmas Seal 8:30: p.m. at Patrick Air Force Junior College cheer leaders pictured at a "car Cheryl Lyndon, Linda Weiss, and Pat Sturchio, _
Base smash" held recently. From left they are Ann Arn- of Titimille e w,
BAd 560, Seminar In Administrative BRASS, HAND NGRAVID
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Stone, Mondays from 5:30: to travel on and after Jan, 1 1,1957:\ by this new law, and only
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To Good Start Base. the office of Melvin T. Dlxon or injuries sustained while proreeding attention of all potential eligible routine review or upon request ee
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of ,
of the Florida Department Ci
Brevard County's ChristmasSeal $7}. Registrations mailed to I extended active dutyIn Law 8881S( extended coverage representative Ul action !betaken Coupon Good Thru Sunday, Do.. 13
Campaign is running well FICUS after Jan. 5 will requirean ,Veterans Affairs, ColV H the case of active duty for I for injuries causing disabilities to pay the benefit p", ?
ahead of last year's results by additional $5 late fee. Boshoff, Veterans Service Officer trailing ((2 weeks training) or or death to periods prior Dixon suggests: that any person
150 per cent, Thomas J. Jenkins, Students seeking additional for Brevard County, announces Inactive duty training (weeklyor 'to Jan 1, 1057 thinking they are eligible
Campaign chairman, announced information about enrollment in that under existing weekly drill or Instructional lie further said that no gen- : should contact their local veteran .
today. the courses may contact Dr. laws, service men are given ) training), portal to portal coverage eral review will be undertakenby County Service Officer, or I" .,
Receipts as of Nov 28 total Humphrey at Brevard Junior portal protection for disability was provided for InJuries the Veterans Administrationto write to him at P. 0 Box 14.17, Llght.w.ight, Flameproof Plastic
$6710, he reported, comparedwith College, phone 632-4127 which causeo disability or Identify previously disallo'V- st. Petersburg ,
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"The Christmas Seal Association He i

is highly shown gratified so far,"at Jenkins the inCrease Scotty Sez: THIS IS OUR END-OF-THE-YEAR, SLOW SEASON S Regular With Coupon Only I r I

said.. "Of course the campaign : Coupon, Good Thru Sunday, Dot 13 .:

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help maintain this lead right to / i.
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"The Brevard County TB 9
and Health Association Is !in.(- CANDLES I
loss to exoand its act'vit'es aimed 0
at wiping out TB and con. IN GLASS 7 7c
trolling{; the other resniratory 9 Regular IIS.
3 MILES SOUTH OF COCOA ON U.S HO 1
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need for funds is greater now : PHONE 636191036.1911 9 ,
than ever," stated Jenkins. I '1 <

"The Christmas Seal Campaign I .- -

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to face a bu'ltin obstacle '
This Is practically everyone 0 Cotton 512'.S47 1

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time when an almost superhuman .
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effort sometimes seems Gloves 77K
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OUR PRICE
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answer their Christmas Seal Retail PRICE .
letters soon I hope everyone
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did those not in receive Brevard County who Witt want to test the effectiveness of tha catalog and build traffic In our 100 Ft. '7.5O 3.85 : (

date, their line seals to : a ....tIatI.lI, .....rtIo.. itorat. Wo rtiarra the right to limit quantities. whan an ardor will dopUto Board 22
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office at 19 Orange St., Cocoa Regular 1 ?0
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Pag* I TlhiivtIU, (Florid, ), Star.

Services for Pine Grove Baptist Unitarian fellowship ol!
Services for Seventh Day Adventists Cocoa, IJfl Range Road, holds
Mission, corner of Spring located north of overpass Sunday services and' Church

Church News Of The Week and Stanford Street Scottsmoor, on east side of U S. 1, School at 10:30: a.m. Nursery is

will begin this Sunday morning are announced as follows provided.
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I 1- with Sunday School at 10 a.m. by Joel Tompkins, pastor-:
q Preaching service, 9 a.m.; 1- Read Star-Advocate
under the direction of Ernest Sabbath School, 10:30 a.m. Classified Ads

For Titusville and North Brevard County Woodell, superintendent

Ddtift1'or Church News on ThtM Pages a P. M. Wednesday The morning worship will be- 1\

gin hv Noah at 11 a Wont.m. 'with pastor the message nf the \ PUBLICIZE I YOUR 1
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Church Of Christ C&M AlliancePark Ye.-z: BEIITAT19S1 Grace Baptist 1st Assembly The evening service will begin SERVICES OR
I with Training Course at 1:30: ;
Scientist Braden will open the tw Marl Grace Baptist Church, services Of God Evening worship is at 730.: SPECIAL EVENTSON
Sunday School of the Christianand w.I: : O M are held at the Community
God's perpetual care for man First Assembly of God, 121) Tuesday evening at 7, choir
Missionary Alliance Church Church Old Dixie
building on <
In all facets of his life will be West Main St, W. J. Cox, pastor win rehearse; Wednesday at THIS PAGEYou'll
at 8:45: a.m. with songs and a Highway as follows:
theme at Christian Science announces 7:30 service
the services fol
as : pm., prayer ;
message of challenge. There Sunday: Bible School 10 a.m.,
services this Sunday. The Bible lows: 7:30 Ladles'
Thursday, : p.m.,
will be classes for all with classes for all Morn- Cram raach-
groups. ages; b* pliaitd with the response you Oil
Lesson is titled "God the Pre Sunday: Sunday School, 1:45: Auxiliary Bible study and fel
The will be during Ing worship, 11, with R e Y. through these Star
server of Man." nursery open a.m.; Morning 10:45 Ing the people.1 North Brvard County
worship, : lowship.
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Golden Text: "The Lord Is my each of the services of the day. Frank Taylor, of Jacksonville, Evening worship, 7:30.: Advocate church P'III1. A paid advertl'.*mnt the size of
rock, and my fortress, and my Franz Ashbaugh will teach the as the guest preacher; Youth Christ's Ambassadors meetat The Mission Rally will be trill announcement will coil you only S5.00 par Inua. Call

deliverer; my God. my strength, adult Bible class using the meetings, ( pm.; Evening gos- 7:30: p.m. Tuesday and Bible held Friday, Dec. 18, 7:30: p.m., J6M7J1 for the services of one of our advartlilng min
in whom I will trust; my buckler topic, "On Behalf of a Slave." pal hour, 7 p.m., with preach. study is conducted by the pastor at the Forrest Avenue Baptist
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and the horn of my salvation "To Whom Should We Go? ng by Rev. Taylor on Thursday nights at 730.: ; Church in Apopka.
and my high tower" (Ps will be the sermon topic by the Tuesday 730: p.m., Ladles' I
132): ). pastor, Rev. Roy Forward, durbig Bible Class meets at the homeof
Related readings from "Sci the 11:00: a.m. worship hour. Road Isaiah M:1f-28; Mr. and Mrs. J. Colvin, Highland v.fR.,.
The Christian Cadets and Senor II Ptr ldi-21 Street.
ence and Health with Key to the
Scriptures" by Mary Baker Ed. A.Y.F. groups will meet at The people that walked In Wednesday 1 p.m, Midweek
dy include these lines: "We 1:30: p.m."What darkness have seen a great service, studies in the Book of
Made the King light: they that dwell In the Romans.
shall obey and adore In proportion
as we apprehend the divine Afraid will be the sermon land of the shadow of death, Thursday, 6:30 p.m., Boys'
nature and love Him understandlngly topic during the 7:30: p.m., upon them hath the light shin- and Girls' Bible Club meets at
I warring no more evangelistic hour.Wednesday ed. (Isaiah 1:%) the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I-low a
\ over the corporeality but re 7:30: p.m., Prayer I never fully knew what dark. Denman Temple Heights. h,
In the affluence of our Meeting and Bible study. nesS was until I became an infantry Grace Baptist is independent,

God" chaplain In Jungle com- fundamental, missionary, pro-
(p. 140))
First Church of Christ, Scientist bat.> The nights were Impenetra millenniaL
First ChurchOf ble, and every darker shadow
Titusville holds SundayJoking
services at 11 a.m. and Wednesday seemed to be a skulking foe. Church Of Christ
GodThe
Some in our port platoon weald
testimony meetings at 8pro.
sing, "I hate to see that evenin' The Church of Christ meetsat
at 109 Baldwin Shopping
services of the First
sun go down. Watching the sun the corner of St. Johns and
Center Sunday School for children rr"
Church of God will begin at 10
down, we never knew whether -
go Hopkins Avenue. The schedule L
to the age of 20 convenes
up o'clock this
Sunday
morningwith we should live to see It rise. of services Is as follows:
at 11 a.m. in the Chamber
Sunday School classes
of Commerce building All But the long night ended, we Sunday: Bible study, 9.50: _
There will be
classes for all
would see light in the east. How
are welcome. a.m.; Morning worship, 10:50
ges. glorious was that transition a.m.; evening service C p.m I
The morning worship service from darkness to light! It reminded Mid.week Bible study is heldon 1i
Good ShepherdIdentical will follow at 10:45 o'clock with us of words In Genesis, Wednesday at 7 L>C w ; r r

the pastor, Rev, Ronald Holder, "God said Let there be light: Bible classes are provided p.m. for I
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worship services ringing the morning message. and there was light. How reassuring all -both Sun i "1a'L K r.tr rr i Y L wr
age groups
will be held at Good Shepherd The Youth Fellowship will It was to know that the day and I
morning Wednesdaynight.
Lutheran Church, on December meet at ( p.m. on Sunday evening longest night would end with Ute I ; cIg14'
11, the Third Sunday of the Ad in the home of the pastor, rising auntTrouble I The minister Is Maurice W.
vent Season, the first at B:00 3374 Elder St fear anxiety come to Jackson Jr.
a.m. and the second at 10:30. The midweek prayer service us all In the dark moments of ,
The Rev. Arnold F. Claus has will be held on Wednesday evening life, but we need not be In de-
selected as the theme for the at 7:30: pm. in the homeof spair. Isaiah fortold the comingof

sermon, "I Will Give Beauty Rev. and Mrs. Holder 3374 Christ, the light of the world
For Ashes!1" based on the text Elder St Now that He has come, we lookto Attend

from Isaiah, Chapter 01, verses The services for the First I Him for the light of life.
13. Church of God are presently Prayer Father In heaven, we Services
Sunday School, Junior and icing conducted in the Old IRC .thank Thee for Thy love embod-
Senior Bible Classes, and theastor's Post Office building at the corner led In Jesus Christ our Savior.
Class will convene at of Hopkins and Coquina. Save us from the folly of walking -
I.IS.: o'clock. This congregation Is associated In darkness when the light This
Puring the second worship with the Church of God whose .of life shines all around us,
$ervlce, nursery facilities will be general; offices are in .An through Christ our Redeemer
available for children under demon, Ind.Trinity. In His name we offer to Thee Weekat

three years of age. Miss Debbie our prayer. Amen. IL
Clause and Miss Janet Nething Thought for the Day: It Is
will bo In charge. LutheranSunday morning when we walk In the !

Following the 10:30 o'clock light of Christ Your Own ks
service will be the Friendship morning worship at C. C. Urch (Illinois) ,
Coffee Hour In the fellowship Trinity Lutheran Church beginsat ,r\N N'a. ti tJt
kali Mrs. Mary Wllmer and 10:15: on the third Sunday In Of Life Place .'
Way BaptistWay
)trs Doris Funkhouser will be Advent. A nursery Is providedfor j
the hostesses. small children during the Of Life Missionary Bap. 1I (

Sunday afternoon at 3:00: service. list Church, Singleton Avenueat
,'clock the Senior Walther Lea.jrue Sunday School will begin at 8 Dairy Road, Owen Human, of Worship w )] n@lM
will meet In the felylowshlball. with classes for all ages of children pastor, announces services as
At 8.00: o'clock Sunday; and a class for adults follows:
evening the Lutheran Friend Children under three may stay Sunday: Sunday School, 10
ship Bowling League will meet In a nursery provided during the a.m.; Morning worship, 11;

The Pastor's Class, studyln; 'time I Evening worship, 7:30: pm. Welco e v
the Christian Doctrines of the Junior Lutherans will eat Wednesday 7:30.p.m.: Prayer :
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Lutheran Church will meet Sunday afternoon fro m 2 to' meeting. _: ._ What you see and what you look for, when you read, makes a difference. Vision is 87%

Tuesday evening at 7:30: 3.30: The Adult Choir will havea Every 4th Saturday, singing, ,i \, of all avenues to the brain. Can your vision distinguish between good and evil, honor

o'clock. Christmas party at the home 7:30: pm. t said // leads into sin, pluck it out. The of
The Adult Bible Study class of Mr. and Mrs. Ter. ____m_ i and dishonor? Jesus your eye you library

will meet Wednesday at 8:30: rance Flechtner, Sunday eve 'inhTMCktrc1i your church will give you reading of 20-20 vision for the soul.

a.m. studying the Book of Dew fling at 7.30.The : .

teronomy. A nursery attendant first year Confirmation TITUSVillE DRIVE.IN ik,sank IaYseW The Bible, In any version, is the world's best reading. Has your Bible reading vision
will be on hand.Wednesday .
Class will
meet Tuesday eve
evening at 7:00: ( ning from ( to 7i; the Primary t0,nt: become Impaired? Do you develop astigmatism when you start reading God's word?

o'clock the second annual Choir will rehearse from 8:30 to CHRISTIAN CHURCH a.nanns., rwfa"rorawa. ..: What reading the Bible has done lot others...it will do lot you. Read it with 20-20
Christmas Party of the Girls' 7, the Junior Choir will rehearse *..rt, -
Mission League will be held, The from 7 to 7:30: ; the Adult vision of mind and of soul

girls will enjoy games, sing Choir, will rehearse from 7:30: to CROWN DRIVE-IN THEATRE

Christmas carols, and share 8:30.: U. S. 1, NORTH TITUSVILLE This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
samples of their favorite cook. The second year ConfirmationClass
les or candy along with other meets Wednesday evening
LESLIE SPARKS
refreshments.The fro me to 7. Fransen's Drive In RestaurantNorth
Burger King
Senior Choir will meet
for rehearsal at 7:30: o'clock, The Luther League will meetat MINISTER U. S. 1, Titusvillt and Employees, South Washington
the church at 1:30: Thursday Titusville
Wednesday evening. evening to visit the County SERMONr
Thursday afternoon at 3:15: Duff Electric-Titusville
Home. On Friday the Luther
o'clock Junior
the ConfirmationClass
League will meet at 5:45: at the Edwards Realty
Mr. and Mrs. H. Duff
Guy
will meet In the church.
The Lutheran Women's Mis Christmas church for Dinner the, Progressive "The Shepherds ReJoiced"Chrl.t"u Joe and Mary Edwards
Baldwin Shopping Center
sionary League will hold its Canaveral Rambler

Christmas Party at 8:00: p.m.,
Thursday.The First Christian, IRC Carob will lit sung and played during the serviceA Phone AM 7-1343 4
'. Brevard Mutual Ins. Agency, Inc.
Cherub Choir will rehearse
at 10:00: o'clock on Saturday First Christian Church of Indian Brotherhood Service 0' the Rinker Materials Corp. Downtown Titusville
River City meets in the
morning. Civic Center with Clay L. Crad DllClpl.. 0' Christ West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900 The Employees of

dock as Minister and services
St. Teresa's Catholic as follows: Duff/s Suburban Propane

Hours of worship at St. Ter Sunday: Bible School, t a.m.; Mimi Florida :
,
esa's Catholic Church are announced Preaching and the Lord's Sup. I First Federal Savings & Loan Associatior

as follows by Rev per, 10 a.m. and 7 p.m Sermon WELCOME TO THE ere '" "' Downtown TitusvilleBaird's
Father John B. O'Hare. pastor: subject at 11 will be "The Great. .000 Town Motel : \ ;..

Sunday Masses: 7:00: 1.30: ness of God" and at 7, "D o e. Downtown Titusville ,>
10:00: and 11:30: a.m. Believing a Thing to be Right First Baptist ... Mobile Home

Weekly Masses: Monday Make It So'" i'tlll Threlkeld's Standard Service Rte. 1 Box 331 Cocoa Florida

through Friday, 8 a.m.; Saturday Wednesday, 7 p.m., Prayer .,
I a.m. meeting and Bible Study In the ChurchOf Downtown Titusville. AM 7-9927 .

Confessions Saturday 4:00-: home of Dale Day, 2517 Titus '' .. Luke Cain
1:00: and 7:00-8:00 p.m. Avenue PCIto Indian River Machine Shop State Farm Insurance Companies
Mlms r 214 Palm, Titusville
Indian Rive: City Florida t" i
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH"In SUNDAY SCHO'L Boyd's Gulf Service
':45 A. M. Mims Citrus Growers Association t p '
The Heart Of The Downtown Titusville
Community MORNING WORSHIP
Mims Florida
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11100 A. M. I
Main & Hopkins Titusville. FloridaW. srsrA .(
YOUTH CHOIR n.HURIAL
5:30 P. M. iya rr Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr. Brevard Lumber Company
S. Hirdln. Pastor
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j TRAINING UNION e Mims, Florida
SERVICES Bill P. M. .. I W. E. .. .
IVINING WORSHIP I ? ii ,:U Kennedy

Sunday Worship .. .. . 8:30 & HtOO A.M WID. NIGHT 11St PlAY ft.Rslivtcl M Bryan-Conway & Winstead, Inc. 5' Badcock Furniture Titusville ;

Sunday School ... .. ., .. .. . 9i4J A.M. I 1130 P. M. I '" Downtown Titusville'C.

Training Union . . .. . . 6:15 A.M. a II l = Danenburg
. 7:30 P.M. "The End Of Your ,; '
Sunday Evening Worship . . i Belk-Lindsey Danenburg Realty
Mid-W..lc Service Wednesday . . 7:30 P M. Search for I friendly'' !I I bChurch' i6v I Titusville b'" 1514 S. Washington, Titusville

Oldest Baptist Church In Ara-Established In pLrneoor ,I I

1889-Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention AIr Ctndltl-.i 'II' II Ray Nelson Insurance Agency Master Cleaners

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Friday, December 11, 1944 Tttvivlllo" (......) .....--.-... Pate 9
Drive-In Church Witnesses To View _
Owens SpeakTo
In KissimmeeAt
Film
The worship program of the

Church GroupDr. morning Drive-In Church service will at center Tttusvffle on 3-Day Meet Church News Of The Week

:the story of the birth of Jesus "We'll be going to Kteetowwe

George Earle Owens, 'the Saviour. The sermon "The this weekend for a three day 4r
Chris Shepherds Rejoiced." will retell Christian assembly scheduled to ..
president of the United For Titusville and North Brevard County
tian Missionary Society, Indianapolis the experience of the coming of begin Friday evening at the !
the to tell the story of Auditorium
Ind., spoke to the members angels Tupperware Home Parties -
of the Drive-In Christian His birth. on U.S. 441," said DeadUn For Church Newt oo Thm Pifti I P. II. Wednesday

Church last Wednesday at 7:30 Recordings of the Christmas Mr. Luster D. Shawver local I
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bonnie '' Carols by Kate Smith will be presiding minister of the Titus- I
Van Wagoner. 'I' heard during the service. :wile Congregation of Jehovah's
Free coffee and donuts will be Witnesses.Mr. IRC MethodistThe 1st Missionary
Dr. Owen's topic was entitled served during the Fellowship Shawver added "Regular ., ... "",
"World-wide Work of the Disciples period at the Friendship Table. meetings held at the Titusville service of worship for BaptistFirst

t, : of Christ" He brought a There Is plenty of easy parking Kingdom Hall will be cancelledthis the Indian River City Methodist Missionary Baptist
of the concern of the weekend since the majority t
message in the Drive-In. '
space .a NhMM. Church will be held Sunday at Church of Indian River City,
Brotherhood for the develop- of the congregation will be
11:00: a.m. In the new church Eld. Howard Thornton pastor
ment of a strong church here In Kissimmee Dec. 11 through
announces services as follows;
at the center of the new space EpiscopalThe 13." building located on Highway
Convention officials still estimate No. 50 across from Indian River Sunday: Sunday School 9:45:
age.Those schedule for St Gabriel'sEpiscopal a.m., with classes for all aces,
present were Mr. and an attendance of 1,000 to The Rev.
Mrs. James Griffin, Robert Church as announcedby be present for the event sponsored .t91 t ; Heights. pastor, nursery provided; Morning worship
Loakso, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams Father Ferguson Is as follows by the Watchtower Bible .M tjt4W i Robert Waddell, will bring the 11 a.m.; Training Course,

I Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon : and Tract Society and the Kis message, "Christ The Second 130 p.m., with classes for all
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kim- Saturday Dec. 12. at 10 a.m. simmee Congregation of Jeho- are .S C Adam. ages; Evening worship, 7:30:

mell and Rev Leslie Sparks. I the Children's Confirmation vah's Witnesses a Sunday School for all ages pm.
Class will meet; at 10 a.m., Mr. Shawver added, "T h e will be held from 1.45: : to 10:S3 Wednesday, 7.30: p.m., Midweek -
! Acolyte meeting film, "Proclaiming 'EverlastingGood a.m. The nursery Mill be avail Prayer service BI.
Dr. Hughlell Sunday, Morning Prayer will'I News' Around the World" able during Sunday School and ble study course; 8.SO: adult
be said at 7:15: a.m.; Holy Communion shows scenes in 22 countries K 4M the worship hour for Infants choir rehearsal.
will be celebrated at covering 24 religious assemblies Ladles'visitation
I and small children. Thursday, 10 a.m.,
7:30:: a.m.; Sunday School for which the Watchtower Bible and 7:15 men'a visitation
! To Be Guest The Junior choir will have Its I ; p.m..
the fourth grade and up will Tract Society sponsored in 1903. e rehearsal Sunday at 3:00: p.m.In ; 7 p.m., Beginners Choir I
meet at I a.m.; Family Euchar The film although covering the chapel The church will rehearsal; 7:30: Junior c h o I IC
1st will be celebrated at 10 a.m. scenes In many countries, Is not .,, .. "s rehearsal
be for recreation for the
Speaker Sunday The Sunday School third grade Just a travelogue or a fiction open I
and below will meet at 10 a.m. story but was produced by the VISIT PLANT First Methodist establishment and learned how a youth beginning at 4:15: p,m.

Dr William Hughlett will I under the direction of James Watchtower Society to give Church's kindergarten group visited newspaper was printed. Escorting the Youth of the Methodist Youth The notion Circle will meet lathe
speak at First Methodist Munnls Jr.Tuesday, viewers an Insight into the deep- the Titusville Star Advocate plant this group was Mrs. Charles Young, and Fellowship who Mill be partlei- home of Mrs. Zack Crump-
Church, Titusville, Sunday Dec. 15, at 5:30: a.m. rooted causes for the serious decline week. AU 45 members of the school Mrs. John Nelson.-S-A Photo. paling In the Christmas scenesf will ton, 220 prltchard. The nursery I
morning during the 8:30: '1:45: Holy Communion will be celebrated In spirituality that has eat were given a tour through the new the Christmas program will be available at the church.
and 11 o'clock worship services. ; at 8 p.m. St Catherine's en Into the very roots of our have: a rehearsal. Sunday at. Girl Scout Tronn No. 110 will
Dr. Hughlett, a Cocoa physician Chapter will meet at the homeof Society. 4:30; p.m. in the chapel A meet Tuesday-at 7.00: p: nat
went to the Congo over 30 Mrs. Gladys Davis. "The film will be shown at 7p.m Lighthouse First Methodist Church Of God snack supper will be served' for the church.

years ago as a medical missionary Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 7:15: Saturday evening and Is I Mims the youth at 5:15: and the program
Tabernacle The Adult Choir will have Its
will\ be hold of the MYF will
for the Methodist Church. a.m. Morning Prayer, Holy I absolutely free," added Mr. Morning worship begin
at 8:30, 9:45 and 11 a.m. Sun. God at 343.: rehearsal Wednesday at 7:30:
He and Mrs. Hughlett, the for Communion An Ember Day; at Shawver. Rev. and Mrs. 11. L. GQodwln, Services for Church of In the Members of
mer Violet Packard of Cocoa, 7:30: p.m., the Altar Guild will The assembly will also Missionaries from Jamaica, the day at First Methodist Church, Mlms, Rev. Kyle If. Bryan, The Sunday Evening Fellowship the p.m church chapel will In
have served in health and teaching meet. feature a model Ministry School Bahamas and the Virgin Inlands 'Titusville, with Dr. William\ pastor, are announced as fol. will begin at 7:30: p.m. In visitation Evangelism participate Wednesday -

ministries in the Congo : Thursday, Dec. 17, at 1:30: demonstration Friday evening will be the Lighthouse, Hughlett as guest shaker lows: the chapel. A full,length motion at 7.00: The Men's
since that time. at 7p.m. and a baptism of new candidates Sunday: Sunday School, 10 picture on Communism will p.m.
I a.m. Holy Communion; one mile north of Mlms on U.S. Church: School under the suivervision Club will meet at the churchfor
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Rehearsal at 7:30 for the ministry on Saturday am.; Morning worship, 11 t M shown. The public is cordially
Choir ; :
Recently when Congolese reb-- 1, 'Saturday, Dec. 12, at 7:JOpm. of Sid Carraway will Its supper meeting at 1:30:
els advanced and took over the p.m. Adult Confirmation Class. afternoon for special mission servo I begin at 8:30: and at 1:4:1: : a.in. am.; Evening service 7.00pm. : Invited.
Friday, Dec. 18, Is an Ember Highlight for Sunday will be a with classes for all ages.Youth l The First and Second Grade pm.The
area where the Hughletts were Day. public talk at 3 p.m. by Wit. ices.Movies and slides wl1Le\ I Wednesday, Youth service, Choir will have Its rehearsal Explorer Post meetingwill
stationed, the pilot of their 'ness Supervisor Joseph( Sala entitled shown and Rev Goodwin will I i i recreation will be he'd 7.30: p.m.First Monday at 2.45; : p.m., at the be held Thursday at 7:30:
plane, Burleigh Law, was killed Divided World is it until 1:15 with p m In the Sunday School Wing
"Our the need to : from 3:30: : pm. church; The Junior Girl Scouts:
and the other missionaries were Chrisfmas Here to Stay More than 1,000 speak concerning into all the choir, orchestra practice, snack will meet at the church from of the building The Men'a dub
the ChurchFirst
Later when the carry gospel Baptist I
arrested. women
PaInting project will) resume
are expected to be present world. supper and meetings. 4.00 I to 5:JO p.m.; Boy Scout
and children were released. Commenting on the theme of Baptist Church offers Troop No 170 will meet at 7.00: Saturday
Dr. Hughlett still was detained. Postmarks the assembly "Speak the Wordof Sunday services begin with Evening worship will begin .t t three; worship services every I
Recently he was released Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Morn 8:30: Sunday. pm.The I
God with Boldness, Mr. p.m. Sunday. The early service be- Woman's !Society of
when government. forces recaptured 'In DemandChristmas Shawver said that Mr. Sala said, ing worship, 11 am; Evangelistic l. The Nominating Committee gins at 8:30: o'llmk with special Christian Circles will meet thisTuesday r
7:30
service
rebel held and : p.m.
territory "Look at our Apostolic pattern music and a message by the MOTH" M. OADSON
7:30 Prayer will meet briefly at 7:15: Mon at 10:00: a m. The Alison
he and Mrs. Hughlett arrived I makers and will find not Wednesday, : p.m. Pastor W S. Hardln. Hoods transportation for
you day, Dec. 14 In Hennessey Hall. Circle will meet u the
last week in Cocoa where they! postmarks are being passive muted believers. You meeting. Sunday School begins at 1:43a : home of Mrs. Robert Edelman, church attlvltUi. Thot withInt -

are staying with Mrs. Hughlett'i placed on thousands of will find active energetic get.up.anddo The Official Hoard will hold m. with graded nurseries, 110 Coleridge; The Cleveland to hoi.? .Pleats tond o"o-
father R. M. Packard. Christmas cards dally at the men and women of First PresbyterianAt Its regular: monthly meeting In classes and departments for all\ Circle will meet In the home of nation. H 1014 Fin Avonvo. :
The Hughletts have three children tiny Christmas Fla., post office convictions! They turned the the Sanctuary, at 7'30 p.m. Mon ages. Cradle Roll for infants Mrs. Seth Bridges, 1650 Locke;
who were born In the Congo according to postmistress world upside down because the both the 8:30: and 11 a.m. day, Dec. 14 Immediate following \ and extension. Visitation. for Inctrails -- --- -
and all three have served as Mrs. Juanita Tucker truth had set their hearts right. 'worship services at First Presbyterian the Official Board mooting, shut-ins and people who
missionaries under the Methodist Acting as a nation-wide collection side up! Let that be the case Church the Rev. the Board of Trustees will\ meet must work on Sunday. \
Church. Two of them still point for people who of each of us in our efforts to Charles W. Bates pastor, will Regular Morning Worship at TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH
are engaged In that work. John want the Christmas postmarkon more effectively "Speak the I preach on "Revelation of God- The Junior Girl Scouts will I I I 11 a m. with special music anda (An AmorUan Lutheran Church)
Hughlett is an engineer in the tl" greeting cards the Orlando Word of God with Boldness." II". There Is a church hour meet In Hennessey Hall\ at 3:43: message by the Pastor on
Congo and Vera Is a nurse in ( Area Chamber of Commerce The local program will continue nursery for children to age six pm Tuesday The 11 o'clock "This Glorious mpel", .40 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
Liberia She is on furlough in stamps all cards with a to be held at the Kingdom at the latter hour only. choir! will hold rehearsal In lh'! Training Unions for all groups INDIAN RIVER CITY
Cocoa with her parents. special holiday cachet reading Hall 1422 Norwood Ave., begin. Sunday School, with classesfor Sanctuary on Tuesday at 7:30: meet at 6:11: pm.

"Glory To God In The High-I ning Tuesday at 8 p.m. with the all, convenes at 1:4:1.: : Jun Evening worshIp at 7.30: with SUNDAY SCHOOL .. .....,.?. ... J 00 un
est. The C of C transports the Bible Book Study, and Thursday Ior-u1 and Senior-Ill Youth p.m.The Christmas music by the Pro
Stay alert for pedestrians during -. I Commission' on Education CHURCH SERVICES . ., ro-o.. lOiIS...
and hours. cards to nearby Christmas for at 7:30: p.m. with the Theocratic Groups meet in the church at 7 will hold their regular meetingon mary and Junior Choirs. M i-
twilight evening mailing. Ministry School, followedat p.m. Tuesday In Hennessey Hall sage by the .'<or on "Mega Wo Extend A Cordial Wolcon To Yowl
Often they are hard to see, To have the Christmas postmark 8:30: by the weekly Service tons or Missiles?"
especially on dark streets and on greeting cards make Meeting First ChristainFirst at 7.30: pm. Mld-week Prayer Service is CLAUD I. TIJAN Puss

roadways. sure your cards are properly I The Boy Scouts will meet kt Wednesday at 7:30: p.m.

Printed Pattern addressed and bear the proper Christian 'Church of Titusville. 6,30 p.m. Wednesday at Blanton
postage package and send First Baptist, Mims Eddie Fine pastor, an Park The 14:1; : a m. choir wUl .
them to the Orlando Area nounces services as follows:: I hold rehearsal at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday .
Services for First Baptist
Chamber of Commerce, P. 0. Sunday: Sunday School, 9 in the Sanctuary.
Church of Mims, Rev. Joseph
Box 1913, Orlando, Fla. a m.; Morning worship, 10,
Dec. 18 Is the deadline for E. Boatwright. pastor are announced with pastor's sermon the sec On Friday, DecIS, the Kin
as follows: will have the ChrUt-
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dergarten
service.
this unique Christmas ond In a series on "Walking I
a Worship services are held at With Our Wonderful Lord""The man Program In the Sanctuaryat t
bb 11 a.m. and 7::30 p.m. each Sunday 7 p.mThe .
of the Loving
t HAPPY Christ
and Sunday School at 10.
y The Junior and Youth Choirs Heart"; Youth meetings 6.45: Methodist Men's Club I
BIRTHDAYSaturday rehearse at 5 p.m. p.m.; Evening slrgsplratlon, will hold a regular dinner meeting -
730.: this Saturday, Dec. 1 12, from
Monday, 10 a.m., Beginner
D temb r 12 choir rehearsal; 3:45: p.m., Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., ,Prayer I until R p.m. Rev. E. W. Norman -
Primary choir rehearsal. meeting. will\ have the program
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Barbara Rhodes Church choir rehearsal GIVE
8.30.:
MercksonMrs. 1027 Park Ave. TltuiTllU BETTER
Joe Lee
Thursday, Visitation >:.30 .
John Seacrest a.m. and 7 p.m.Printing. Sun. School. 9:45 a.m. Worship Hour. 11 ajn.

Charles Edward Gibbons Youth Fellowship 6 p.m. Evangelistic Hour
Sandy Jo McCann
Mrs. G. S. Hendrix, Jr. Needs! 7 p.rn. W d. midweek aortic. 7 p.m. J

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Chrlttmai DMiwnttratlon Personals
The Indian River City Home- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bowman
makers' dub, the Scottsmoor and son, Ricky, 120 Baha
Homemakers' Club and the sen Road, returned Monday
Young Homemakers' Club, together from Erwin Tenn., where they
with many guest, assembled visited their respective parents,
lit the Civic Center Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ledford and
Tuesday to bear Mrs Sue B. Mr. Rowe Bowman. There was'
Young, Home Demonstration a three inch blanket of snow on'
Agent for Brevard County, lecture the road when they left there. t
and to let her demonstrate -

many ways of Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pryce,
Perorating and Gift Wrapping. 302 Mar John Road, left Tues
Mrs Young opened her talkIrtth day for a month's vacation tripto
family Christmas traditions Pennsylvania where they
and the meaning of giving will spend the holidays with
during this holiday season She their parents In Portage.Mr. 0
Utilized many commonplace

Items! to demonstrate bowcolor1'III 1 l ''W and Mrs. Clyde Cowlin,
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and unique decorations of Whispering Pines Trailer
CHRISTMAS MEETING-The Indian ideas and decorations by Mrs. Mary
Could be made. Items such as Park have as their guests this
elastic bottles tin-can lids week, their daughter, Anne River City Garden Club held its Slaby. Shown with Mrs. Slaby, left,
potbts bangers, pine eonct and Cowlin and her fiance, Clark Christmas meeting at the Civic Center are (left to right) Mrs. Eulah Breed-
tvw a strictem of u umbrella Booth of Boston, Mass. They Wednesday and heard an interesting love, Mrs. Lillian Stiles, Mrs. L. B.
the 3iaM ab.h almost a CHRISTMAS DEMONSTRATION tion by Home Demonstration Agent arrived by train Sunday and demonstration and lecture on gift Newman and Mrs. Carl Jackson.Phone .
tiaat Aa to become
mju Enthusiasm and unique decoratingand Mrs. Sue B. Young. Shown are, left are enjoying the sunny Florida
Cantatas AxsonrtJnia, foci gift wrapping ideas were the or- to right, Mrs Young, Mrs. Caye Harris, weather. Anne is a staff nurse meeting on Wednesday. This
mo** (t twiiiUM and raltoc. -,
y der of the day Tuesday when the Indian president of Young Homemakers'Club at the Peter Bent Brigham Hoe centerpiece was made by the
River City Homemakers Club, Mrs. Muriel Graham, presidentof pital In Boston, Mass. and girls as one of their service
At ttt conclusion d excel-
tent talk to wme 81 ladies M rtft the Scottsmoor Homemakers' Club the IRC Homemakers' Club and Clark is a staff reporter for the projects of the year. It was. Us For Extra
c>0Mntts wore aer ed. TfceYovnt and the Young Homemakers' Club met Mrs. Edna Futch, president of the Patriot Ledger within the their way of saying "Thank.you"
BomemakerK4 Cub ol at the Civic Center for a demonstraMrs. Scottsmoor Homemakers' Club.as Greater Boston Area. to a most generous memo
ber of the community.
eta dry fnrnlshd aD kinds erftfeUdous HOLIDAYCASH
Christmas cooties and Graham opened the accompanist at the piano, tha and other flowers. There Mrs. Ellen Birdsall from Anchorage
candies for this party and were meeting Just to announce that was then staged for the benefits was an open fire in the fire Alaska, was a recent Whispering Pines TrailerPark
Co-sponsors of the meeting everyone present including of a completely filled hall place. Gifts were exchangedand visitor at the home of her Is sponsoring a contest
white the homemakers' Club olScottsmoor guests, would share in the of parents and other Interested Mrs. Jackson presentedMrs. daughter and family, Mr. and within the Park for the most attractive
furnished lime labor of love by decking out the patrons. All the players were Slaby with a lovely white Mrs. Robert L Hoover, of 865 and original Chrliitmasdecorations.
punch as the drinks. Hall with boughs of Holly, and members of Coquina Elementary Camellia corsage and a gift. Cleveland Road. She was hereon There will be a
was one of the best attended all present then set to and decorated school. Hostesses were: Mrs. L. B. a vacation from the cold 11000 and a $5.00 prize.
meetings of its kind the hall with cedar, Newman, Mrs. Bertha Stringerand weather in the frozen North.
ever held in this area Brazilian pepper, oranges, tin: The Three Shepherds were Mrs. Lillian Stiles I While here, they visited Cypress -
Gardens. Junior GIrl Scouts
members of Coquina Elementary
sel and snow and very soon the '
tables with the baked goods on school Junior Girl Scout Troop No.
Yevnf Hememakers' Club I them began to take on a festive The Three Shepherds were "Court Of Honor" I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gray, 446 recently completed their l ,fix 4N yy6 b
Members of the Young Homemakers air. Joe Springer, Steven Stonewall The regular weekly meeting' Axel Paige and Ashen from Toymaker Badge requirements -
club attending the annual and Kim Lavlolette; The Angel of Boy Scout Troop No. 310 was ; Jacksonville were surprise The girls made stuffed dolls
Christmas Decoration Demonstration Lillian Karberg, Recreation in was Barbara Danielson; Jo- held at the Civic Center last' week-end guests at the home of and toy drums for needy fami -
by Mrs. Sue B. Chairman of the Club was Back Horace Tuesday evening, in the form Harold and Peggy Gray of 123Roschill lies. The toys will be givento
anne was Nancy ;
Young last Tuesday were: Mrs. charge She of the introduced Christmas the Pr0-IRCHomemakers' was Fred Thompson; Donna of a Court of Honor II Avenue. the Seventh Day Adventist;
Faye Harris President Mrs. gram. Church for distribution. This
was Carol Hughey; Mary was The opening ceremony was In
and
Guard eight
Vivian Hanson, Mrs. Helen "Wooden Debbie Wortham; Joseph was charge of the Troop Officers, I Mr, and Mrs. Don Warren was one of their service pro-
O'Mara, Mrs. Bobble Clabaugh, ladles Soldiers", dressed with improvised as uniforms Randy McCauley; and the I I Jerry Champion, Roy Malott, and children, of 305 Carlysle jects. ONE CALL DOES III!
$rs. Jerry Drawdy, and Mrs. and wooden- Three Wise men were David Steven Walker and Joe Kyle. I Ave, spent the weekend at
typical
Eileen: Boone, from Sorento, I It consisted of first West Palm Beach
the Crocker, Michael Wlerenga and lighting at the home Birthday PartyA
soldier hats, marched Into I
hall to the tune of "Parade of Michael Hawklnson. I three large candles for the of Rev. and Mrs. Allen Neber- birthday party celebrating SOUTHERN LOAN (0.
three main points of the Scout gall. Glen Lawson's seventh birth
Chest X-Ray the"soldiers"Wooden were Soldiers: Lillian Kar The The Christmas Carolers and oath and then lighting 12 smaller day was held last Sunday at 344 S. Wuhtngten Ave
The recent Chest X-Ray held Catherine Orchestra Chorus consisted of: candles for the 12 points of Brownie Troop No. 331 presented the home of his parents at 860 Leans up to $600.00
Hellpenstell,
It the Indian River Plaza was Thelma berg, Rowell, Marie Gil lam, Vicki Boyd, Pat Stuckey,Mark Deborah the Scout Law. Mrs. Shirley Molr with a Edgewood Ave. Several guess- Tltuivlllt. Florida Phone 2(7-4331

a huge success. Some 609 persons Mary Slaby, Pat Canzano, Doris Schmotzer Hess, Danny Terry Webber, The following awards were Christmas Centerpiece at their (Set IRC Now On Page 11)
Timothy ,
\ took advantage of this made, with the name of the officer
Hoover and Florence Strom. Glenn Van Bueren Christi r nrtxrKxonrrn.wa
fadlitity and had their chests Mrs. and Mrs. Hell making the presentation: ; 'c
I Karberg Richards, Richard Clifford, Tenderfoot Pins ; -l.
;X-rayed. 'penstell were the talleresses Debbie Clark, Kathleen Meier, were pre r"'c DOWNTOWN
The Public Affairs Department sented by Glen Archer to: Jay
of the Indian River who fabricated the aoldlen'hats Connie Bender, Nancy Back, John Barker, Mike LET OUR
City Ferguson,
uniforms and especiallytheir Tom Crow, Diana Judy Lisa *
Woman Club sponsored the I Barker; Second-class badges
project and the following members mustaches. Sutton, Nydla Rodriguez, Bon were presented: by William I G P I II a 4 CLASSIFIED"CHRISTMAS
helped: Ruth Shaw, Clare Lillian Karberg acted out nie O'Mara, Tony McGlone, Walker to: Don Shepard Raymond r

llmms, Peggy Gray, Shirley some musical charades, with Keefer Nothing, Don George,
Plumb and Lillian TurpolJac.Hernemaken' Ethel Currey at the piano. Nlta Richard Clinton, Bill Wagner,
PrItchard led the Christmas Stage managers were: John Kenneth
Burgess. The Store
Family R
Club MooringThe carols.Following this, gifts were exchanged Gandy Barahlll and Jeff Paul Zlrnfuss Johnson. Jim Several Merit Badges were -. lr i SPECIALS"HELP
Indian River City home presented by Charles Williams, I GIFTS FOR EVERYONE! .,
the membersand i
makers' Club held its regular among Eugene Shepard and Ed. Mills. eaaeltNaaKK laKeKaKKKKKr IMrlK reKy. KR rr KKr j
of the cook
December meeting last Tuesday sampling many I.R.C. Garden Club William Walker, chairman of WITHYOUR
morning at the Civic Center candles les, cakes took, pie and while homemade The Indian River City Gar- the Troop Committee, intro- II Barbie. Mldg., Skipper c$2.29 wl i iIt
place,
with Mrs. Muriel Graham, manyof den Club met at the Civic Center duced the members of the
the members copied the recipes i DOLLS Mattel :aw GIFT
president, in the chair. which furnished Wednesday afternoon.In Committee who were present by ea. wa

present: The following: Eva Bobo members, Irene Bosh were with the exhibits.P. were. a business session, the was The announced District Court for of Friday Honor M t. ...... ..... ........................2 s 2 1ld w SELECTIONS

ea. Eulah Breedlove, Pat Can- Club voted to cooperate with night, Dec. 11, at 7:30: p.m. at OPEN EVENINGS Lay-Away Until Dec. 24th
HUM, Ethel Currey, Agnes De- T. A. Mooting Pride Inc., In planting a tree the Cocoa Presbyterian Church. I
Corner ft Breadaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaail THIS YEAR
or shrubs In the Median on Washington i
Gerald, Ada Enright, Jennie The regular monthly meet Boys to receive awards were ,
Gentile, Marie CUliam, Muriel ing of the Coquina Elementary U. S. No. 1 in South Titusvllle, Introduced by Glen Archer
Graham: Catherine Hellpenatell In beautifying the new Incorporated -
School P. T. A. was held In the
Doris Hoover, Lillian auditorium Monday evening area, and a committeewas
Karberg, Thelma Rowell, Mary with the Rev Joseph N. Dan- appointed to consult the
Slaby, Faye Stearns, Mlna iel giving the devotional. Mr. I Board. They voted to donate
Wagar, Mildred Watson Florence Kenneth 1500 to the "Susan Manning"
Stuckey, president, '
Fund for the little vic
Strom, Ann Workman and presided.Mrs. cancer

Juanita Pritcbard. Jack Wright, chairman tint
Guests present at the mornIng of the Fall Festival, expressed Following the business meeting
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meeting were; Mrs. Elba i her thanks to all those who had the President, Mrs. Jack
beth Thompson, Mrs. Bertha I donated, worked and had come son, introduced the guest speaker
) Clawson and Mrs. Kathe Larson to the function. From a portion Mrs. Mary Slaby, of the
and Mrs. Elsa Granefclt of the profits derived from Indian River City Homemakers'
from Stockholm, Sweden. the Festival, the P.TA. votedto Club and she gave a very Interesting
Mrs Granefelt is the sister of purchase reference bonks for lecture and demonstration

Frans Larson, Zoning Director classrooms at Coquina; purchase on melted plastic, sequin
of the City of Titusvllle, and is a popcorn machine for use felt, gift Ideas and decorations
visiting them in Titusvllle. She during Saturday movies and for Christmas; she also
aid not seen her brother since other special events; and to gave an excellent talk on the vM
193J. help defray the cost of a library children in the home and the FUYSJ.AO'Y .iI
Baby sitter for this meetingwas clerk. beginning of Christmas giving
Mrs. Jean Greene, 217 An excellent Operetta entitled as well as receiving. :
Parker Ave., who looked after "The Shepherds' Christmas The Club room was decorated
the children at her hare ," with Mrs. Grace Smith, with poinsettias, pyracan-

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Titan/ 3A Launches Maxwell Joins Dillin NamedTo Kim Porter, Tim De teIe. ftim! II being made avatiaWe special Interest was the

BIG "B" SUPER MARKET Dan Ktodsvater, David, Daniel through the teeal Southern BeU viewing of the "Mock house'

WISHES TO ANNOUNCE and Debra Clabaugh Salvatore Telephone Business Office. and looking through the periscope -

Pan American THAT THE BEEF ADVERTISED FPC PostThe Collura, Waylon Francis, The regular procedure will be at the Cape.

IN THEIR WEDNESDAY Kim Hetabaugh, Joanne Stan- discontinued this next Sunday

Unique Transtage AD ISSWIFT appointment of Melvin ley and Donna Lawson.Satvrfay because of the film and also Raggedy Am AittJ Andy

At Patrick AFBPhillip PREMIUM H. DillIn as director of deferred next Sunday when the Combined The Public Affairs Department *

BEEF giving of Florida Presbyterian Film Choirs of the Church will
of the IRC Woman's Club
I H. Maxwell a graduate College has been announced by AU children and adults will present a Festival of Carols and home of
By HOWARD BENEDICT next met recently at the
outing. Dr. Alton H. Glasure. Vice president will enjoy the film next Saturday Cand lIibUng. Everyone is Invited .
of the U S. Naval
Academyand
CAPE KENNEDY Fla. AP The sched Jacobus Cleveland
( ) test originally was Mrs Peggy ,
the Naval NOTICB OF ADOPTION: for development of the at 1:90:: p.m. at the Coquina to both programs. Babysitters
A Titan 3A military space uled two weeks ago but technical postgraduateschool or Road for a final work tessloB
Elementary School. This movie will be available
has been named to an BKHOLVTIO FOB CLOMXO in the
In difficulties forced Associated their main for the
rocket blasted off yesterday a delay. on project
SIRES
A Ft BUG with Dr. WilliamH. stars Sabu and tells about his church nursery
a test attempt to launch a dum After 20 seconds, the big rocket Instrumentation engineering NOTICE la aarabr gives that oa in year The Raggedy Ana and
position with Pan American'sGuided the Ith day of Dwwnoar, 14. the Kadel, College president, friendship with a tremendous
my satellite from a flying pitched gradually over ontoa CUT Council of the City of Tttiia.villa. the ministry of First Presbyterian elephant. Their life in the jungle Tour Of Andy Dolls.Delicious.
Missiles Range Divisionat Capo Kennedy
BrTar4 County Florida homemade
southeast heading spewing a soup
platform.The
space I Church Orlando Fla., and how stampede
adopted a raaolutum aloalnf. they stop a
124-foot-taH booster, rose-colored tail of fire. It sped I Patrick Air Force Base. vacating, and aboBdonlnv, and from 19M to IMS. Mr. Dillin is one of the most fascinating Nancy Hook, Ruth Slrman, was served for lunch. Enjoying

elated to play a key role In out of sight in about :% Maxwell will make Instrumentation rlfhl rinounclnf of th* and City of dlaolaltnlnc Tltuivlll. and any has managed the Connecticut tales ever filmed. Shirley Plumb, Peggy Gray, the lunch and working were:

manned as well as unmanned minutes. system studies to determine the public In and to the laaaa office of the Presbyterian Min Cokes and crackers will be sold. Peggy Jacobus, Delores !Man- Ruth Slrman, Nancy Hooka,
reliability criteria in lying within the confines of the tint and Lillian of Ethel Jaco
Turopoljac
The Pltkethley, Peggy
military space missions, vault flight control center reported
portion of the puhllo street <**- ister's Fund for the past six
ed away from its launching pad that, shortly afterward, the Systems Engineering department orlb4 a* follow Ttlticop hewing the Indian River City Woman's bus, Peggy Gray and Barbara

I at 11:52 a.m. the second stage had ignited on BANANA AVENUE, IDlk'according a BAMNANAi to the years."The Fund," fouinded by the Melvin Swlngler set up his Club, and some other W Bre- Cromwell. Everyone who bu
; I The third stage a unique schedule. lie received a bachelor's degree plat of ration A of Rlwalde vard County Woman's club purchased, can expect to receive
of in 1717 lens
six Inch
Synod Philadelphia telescope at Coquina
in Park worded la Plat BOOK
Science in 1(53
Military I members were the of his her dolls within
multipurpose rocket called a Officials announced: a few 4. Pan P of the Publlo Kraerda ,is America's oldest lire Insurance Elementary School re guests or
transtage-fired Itself into orbit minutes later that the third from the Naval Academy, and of Bravard County Flor institution. It specializes After the NASA last work for a completetour the next few days, the club rearts. -

about 115 miles above the stage also had fired as planned. studied the engineering Naval electronicsat i ida.Dated this Ith day of D erabar in life Insurance and estate cently.mechanism of the explaining Instrument, of Cape Kennedy and the .
postgraduate lestCITY
earth. On its maiden test Sept. 1, the for ministers and theological -
school He Is COUNCILCITY planning each child was shown the
a member of the
Upon completion of one 100- Titan 3A transtage shut down I OP TlTl'UVIt.LB
students of all Protestant
and the
three U. S. Naval Institute, and the HRKVARU COUNTY plants Jupiter, Saturn
seconds '
minute circuit of the globe the prematurely and
FLORIDA denominations. Moon.
satellite the
Earth's ,
transtage was to kicked loose a failed to achieve orbit How Institute of Electrical and Electronics BYU Bill Walker Mr. Dillin has had experienceIn Clashes which camel I
Mayor Stage II ,
.
NOTICE
1,750-pound cylinder-shaped satellite ever, the Air Force rated the engineers.will ATTEST: 'a/ lI..r..reCoo.. ...f many phases of the work of two evenings were the home TO DEVELOPERS IN
above the Gulf of Mexico! flight 95 per cent successful. ('It, Clerk0.e
11 (Frl.) 1M>.. the Presbyterian Church: Or- room classes of Miss Ruth
west of Cuba. Titan 3A Is a predecessor of consist of a Titan 3A with
dained in 1939 by the Presbyterian Yost. Mrs. Regina Cole, Mrs.
That package deadweightmetal the powerful Titan 3C rocket two huge solid-fuel rockets IN Church U.S.A. he
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT served Thelma Sasser and Mrs. Gay
with no scientific value which the Defense Department strapped to its side. AND FOR BREVARO COUNTY, his early ministry in New Reynolds. This event was the THE TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
has The initial FLORIDAIN
earmarked for Titan 3C launching
because this was only a test military CHANCERY NO. l 40 Jersey. final activity of a study of the ,
shot Is following approximately space missions, Including a is planned next April AND HOME LOAN FEDERAL: AHMOCIAT1ON HAVING OF' In his new relationship to the Universe.

the same path, moving manned orbiting laboratory the ORANGE COUNTY, an aaaoolatlon College he will be working with -
ahead of its size of a house trailer. The 3C *.xlpln under the :awe of
along orbiting NOTICE Or ADOPTION OF the United Slate of Am.rlra.Pialnuff, lawyers and trust officers Communism III Action AREA!
launch platform.This model, which will have two million RESOLUTION FOR VACATING throughout the state lie will
.
ABANDONING DISCONTIN.tTIN Part I of the film 'Commu-
method of launching a pounds of booster thrust AND CLONING CURTAIN HAROLD RAT v.TITKKR: and also be available for consultation nism In Action"
payload Is expected to be im ROADH, STREETS: AND ALLKY8 REBECCA JANE TI'CKER' bit with individuals Interested produced by
NOTICE I. hereby even thai wife, and OKOROK PARLEY, the National Education Program
portant In future operational IN THE!: CIRCUIT the in the financial welfare of
COURT OF en 24th dar of November INC. a Florida oorporatlon.Dofvnilanta. Flo-
missions. On three remainingtest Tots NINTH 15(64, the City Council of the city rida will be shown Sunday at Black! Crow and Eldsness, Inc. has been auth-
CUlT .N AND FORCBREVARD of TUutvlll Bravarc County, MOTICB or MOBTIItUB Presbyterian College. 7:30: p.m. during the regular
flights Titan SA is to carry COUNTY FLORIDA Florida, adopted a ntoluUoa FOBKrLODtllM GALE
useful satellites with a CHANCERY NO. *MM cloning, TaoaUnf, abandoning and HY CLERK Sunday evening Fellowship orized by the City of Tltuivllle, Florida, to develop
starting NOTICE!: RY "I.IC'ATIOH dl.contlnuing and renouncing and NOTICE in HEREBY GIVEN Period at the Indian River City
communications package on its ADA MAX BIMMONS'vt. dl.cl.lmint right of till Final I.R.C. NEWSContinued
any City nunuant to a Summary master for
plans the
Plaintiff of Tll5.vl11s .nd the public la and t>*or.. of Foreclosure dated 101 h Methodist Church. The film Is expanding municipal water
to the land. lylnf witbla: the eon. December, 1.... and entered In in two parts; 28 minutes each
ROSTON' SIMMONS.TO fin*, of tb. following dMorlbtdpropjirty JMWI of the
C.M No.
1M THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Chanter distribution and collection\ .
systems.In
From 10 and is in color sewerage
Page
ef.ndute to-wit'
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
CUIT IN AND PORDABREYARDCOUNTY 08TOM SIMMONS ALL of the BW U" of th. BE Circuit In and for BrvH Part I is a graphic and factual -
FLORI U4 Proipwt Avenue 44 of Section It Townnhln n County whrln HOME ing games were played along
IN CHANCERY Rcdondo. California South Rant U Rot Brovard ,iAtl'"lctyjN: AND LOANAHPOTIATION tracing of the Rise of Com
NO. C 2163NATItK TOt ARB HEHKBT!: NOTIFIED County. Klurlila: LESS ANDRX'EPT OP ORANGE with the traditional "Pin the munism. Part II, which will be an effort to provide service to areas now
BY PL BLIeITIO'4YIRST thai a Complain for Divorce b... : uroiwrly iltwrtniNlla COUNTY an wm-lallon. "l'Nllnlr Tail on the Donkey." The love-
FEDERAL, BAV1NOH been filed aolniit yoU and you a deed rMiurilnd In toed under the law ot tile l'nlli' shown at a later date, Is a '
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF are required. to nerve a copy of Book 189 Pate MO, Publlo Kooord : 'I"HOl America I la Plaintiff 1 ly birthday cake was decorated study of living conditions with- being considered development, it is requestedthat
I'
yourComplaint of Brtvard '
WASHINGTON a Unltd mat** 5.the Iplalnttifeu the County Flor R RAY TI'CKKrtRKBKCCA as a miniature race track,
on At. la.iLRSS! end JANE TUCKKK,
aorp.r tl.n. Plalstitf tornoy. Howard L. May. *. J... 1SS AND EXCEPT Country bl. wife. and GKOHOB PARLEY complete with race cars. each developer or land owner planning development
Coquina Avenue, P. o. Hon Uat. KitalM Unit One according INC, a Florida corporation are After the
ROT Tltutvlll Florida, and file the to Plat thereof recorded la fndanta. I will 'sell to the group sang "Happy BARBECUE furnish Black
U WALKER and MARGIE Crow and Eldsness Ire
MARIB WALKER, hi. wife. et al. .original. ."'''.r or plradln In the Plat Book 18. Pan 134, Pub- hlfhnt and twit bidder for each Birthday," Ice-cream and cake ,
Defendant of the Clerk of the Circuit Ito R -ordr e( Bravard at tile Knit door of the County and
and
Court en or bofor lh. U div of County, Florida. Courlboun In Tltuarlll Brtvard punch were served
TO ROY U WALKER SUPPERPORK Post Office Drawer 1329 Gainesville Florida with
; (231 Balkln Jewry 1XW. If you fall to do ao. ALSO that part of the NW 4 County. Florida\ at twalv o'clock each child was presented with ,
a loose pro eonfoa*. will b. of the UK H of .rlloa 19 noon, on the lend day of Dcm-
aid Houston Tau liken axalnit you for the roller Townnhlo 21 South, Rant is her, 1M4. the followlnc describedproperly a party favor to take home. CHICKIN a proposed street layout and a topographic map of
MAROIB MARIE WALK. demanded In th. Complaint.C Ext Bravard County, Florida. aa cot forth In the Summary Invited guests were: Twlla
DATED at Brvar" an dracrlbtd In Deed Book Final D ER his wlr.RESIDENCE UNKNOWN Florida. Ith1.119th day of XX Pan HO and 121. Publlo Lot 11, Mlork. 4. COUNTRY Calhoun Jimmy, Ray and Me 7Sc the area to be developed. This will facilitate design
Decemh 1966.CURTIS! .
BUT WHOSE! MAILINGS Records of Bravard Count CLUB HEIGHTS THIRD I
R. BARNES Florida. ,
ADDITION according to plat
ADDREB/* Noak Webb ISt Clerk of Circuit Court' DATED tbl./ I4tb day of Nov.mbor > recorded In Plat Book 1*. Sat. Dee 11- P.M. : and will insure that adequate services will be '
1Xllaabttbtoa. Brevard County, Florida IW4 F.Re lob Puhllo Record ofBrevard Attention Cntrcrr l I'
Reuta
Bps Mary Joe UngerCOURT CITY COUNCIL Count. Florida
.
.
T nDaa Payroll Au.untinga
and SEALly Clerk CITY OF TITUSVILLa! DATED thla lotk day of Doe.'lDb.r provided to serve the areas to be developed.
County School ( ) DRKVARD COUNTY. 1M4, Specialty MIMS CHURCHOF
Bunoonba
Board Aihvtlta North Howard L. My... Jr. FLORIDABy CURTIS R. BARNES DORMAX ENTIRPRISISAfivaaiillai Dec T 9 M.
Attorney for Plaintiff Bill WalkarMayor Clerk of Circuit Court GOD ( It W.F,1064)ti
TOU"AND I2t Coquina Ava. Byi Mary. Jo* Unr MrvlraIt
BACH OF TOU.
P. O. Box M3Tltuivlllo N.' WIMIawa Tltn.vllisMan
ATTEST Margant Cooper Deputy ClerkCOURT
HEREBY NOTIFIED that. ..
ARE
Florida City Clark ( SEAL Haiiard N1J Pro Del. 247-4210
Complaint the followlni to 1'0..10.Atacrtbad Mort.awtn prop- Dee II, IS. M. .I... t (Fri.) 1M4. D o. 11 1J'r1.l 1M4. DM. U (Frl> 1M4.

Tot T"' Block I. CROWN a d da
HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION, ao-

.ordint recorded M In the Plat Plat thereof Book t3... 13 YEARS IN THE SAME LOCATION BREVARD'S OLDEST HOTPOINT DEALER WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS \
T
Publlo R..orde
the


his if Ci 1486.bees Brivard tom-alra.W flld with County IlesUr a tha.aisat jollewtnit-M00e1 Florldalt..thr yew' and N From Whitaker Electric Suprise Mom On Christmas Morning t


Osyour A.uvordor>>other amva pleadlntto


life said* attorney Complaint. COUR8HON upon the Pl.ln-* With A See Them Here NOW!

.COUR-HON.*. Miami Beach.1701 M.ridlu Florida, Awu and- Hotpoint Major Appliance |

file the orlaliial! Answer or pl.d- I
Ins In the office of th. CI.rk of
tbe Circuit Court o. or before the WASH LOADS
15th 1105. *I-you TOP ; %
fill taloOo..Ij: by for default thetoilet NOW

will be demanded tekon a.aln8you In the "omnlalnt.Tble 4.
FROM 2 TO 15 LBS.
pobllsh'S.n5.
mottos shill be ,
I week tor tour concuUv"DO'NB &( LOADING \\m fffi-I lutpxnjii: ;: 2-DOOR I
at TI.
AND ORDERED
tuivlll. Florida, Ole Kb day of J attachments !
;. special
D.c.mber CURTIS. 196.R. BARNES PORTABLES 2| Cu.Ff.STRAREwithout

CLERK OF CIRCUIT ,

COURT BREVARD COUNTT. ...uufrsjf\i. u. +luLnjOUUT: $UMMttfi'WASHER I

FLORIDA 1V1t1e1
BYI V.Deputy I. BDant ClerkFOR *r SiSi ., .' START AT ti.

COURT REAL' ) .ifJ '" \" '
COURIHON( a COURSHON.Atlornoye /'ll\ \\ '
II ; .
: : .
for Plaintiff 5hstmtefa i".g-t .- i
BTf Rama H. t.

.f De SUMNER
-
INI.1M tlemk 229

THE NINTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIR.or SiSi wA x+rwe l -.. ':w' !

THE BREVARD ..... r
CUlT IN AND
COUNTY FLORIDA -- 1 Rolls out WIT I
.N CHANCERY err
1'10.' ItnefOTICIl
111' PraL1CATIOrBOSTON for
FEDERAL SAVINGS SiSi I easycleaning

A.IOCUTION. a .. FOUNTAIN FltTER ),
Untied Slate. or Allloric. eorpor- r

."<"", Plaintiff. I WASHINaACTIONsweeping

SiSi All PORCELAIN FINISH I

r!MnZ FATE T.
CORRINE HERMAN 1.EEDY: A. LEEDY 1111 ..If.. waxing! 2UHTF1LTIHJLP.6..Mdf t:...
D f..da.ta. ..
TOl ARCHIE: U GRAHAM SiSi low wdar sublii ..
prrnms
./* Or... .,'.
P. o Ro. 502Cre.tvl.w .
FloridaM l NEW DIAL/ CONTROLS
FULL-WIDTH
nmilB: FATE: GRAHAM I NtiP y.., .. nt tttj If Itt

kl,* wife Si lei\ b% PORCELAIN H HOasUOWIa MOTOR
I On.tP. ,
0. But 11I2 SiSi Ji MINI CTAS121 CRISPEKI NCAVY-DOTT
TOU"AtNSWEACHM'o TRANSMISSION
YOU
tll.t +.. Si NMat 55J 510 fa lAn WIlI a
fiatsNOTIFIED --
Cpmpl. Moot .
.
.1e 50 the followto' deeorib.dpropert I MA2SIHotpoint 'ITS SMALLEST*?
1
tawlts Si 89-Ib. freezer
LM 2 1. k tG.. IEEWOODr : KI7CHENIVutr ;/ '
N& aec.rdlat u dishwasher Food Waste 16.3 s. (t shelf area "
the Plat thr...,. .aa re0ordrd tOO SiSi Disposer Magnetic doors Model' IW-573
It Plat Book 1J. .1O Pare
Public R.eerda of Ire- f UII f E turodl
the
.f Tars Ce1b. nort4.; toletbtf TM h 4 w*... 41......' sends .."'... Scpanu butter tin

with the fellowl5llUtlllty Water Hern's a p ialerrePtllatletlyou m.t. In the kitchen tvtfl tK.w. w L. C'/
Wed UATCHINO..I..I.-L .erttt'DBYER
Heater Ola5.Model ... SiSi c five two of the 1Mc..twOl'Iw.( versa ttrn c.*. ."* peach ItIne.. Mn sIN' 41n f1DUu.-aJU ..
!fUIIOD Rood Model 1131BtM .MrKreh belie the.. .1ftI n.ry I/p :\{
here
Mora
..rt.W., ..TMEWall' H..ter can Hotpoint portv .. the ,.., ,., ye.,. h ..-. 00 r.
:
I Market. Bath beaten Mold isle diihwaihtr do a full 411'' .rk DelLY 5I884NUTICLieTMNI

2.1 Model Si dieha in one load-and era r.> / M .
E. Bunt I. State 00 '
JOO T I BR nor* dried stuck.on food from CHRISTMAS 39 f $22970 V

pre are hoes..11104............to.Iad so.r9. S eootV.t SSSi plates without hand rina D,. SPECIAL IACIO IT RorreiRTtwirrru .?.NcniMt,L*.,f BjffOnr..*.* veer .
yon A..wa 5. aaa ....dl... IUA' (nict to ... Ootoolalat aeon 'b. Pitt.Her. UTBMCIXm C riNWN. IIH/M' AMI Tt furrrr
.. C)1'RIIHOIf a
,, .
,
COt."" "'OI'f."" 1m .......... Are-ao4 tttttttttttttttt Sttwwew..,',..._,.._,__________........__. .......... .....,..wp.................................... a ITMT ruruncUMIOWT '
ai>*. ...811 Boock 310514. tmr ran
.....
fll. the I. tb.edgiest offlo.Anrwur.1 the Of'doom of- : 'T ffOAl MO OPINES
lot LI-571

the tell I CI t'lo...-H af M Ceart Jaaaary.***..**II't! N*bore*. If.'vte the' Plus TOP VALUE STAMPS For More Christmas Gifts I

acalat Pe. tar the ttttMllB/'
will W lain.. .UM t'e.Nttttttttttttttttttttttt _....__... '45tlMttt eeMtttttM'e.rNlttttttMlttttMttVttttlttttttSNltt6ttltrett/t
..". *.. ..4 I. the ** --- -- -
This ..... shall a. .uanaB.* *
taci a week f. hew _-.u.. EASYPAYMENT
woes05.55. LOWDOWN
: AND ORDERED TV t
tvut s, J'1eI1da. this tk *.. .(

mCCTI'pRTlIIR. BARNES CIRCCIT WHITAKER ELECTRIC INC. TERMS

CCVRT BRU'ARDnJVIITT.
FLOBIDA I
BT: V S 'v*.**r tt
(1er1Ii"'R.KOII tt 267-0611
ft"tIn": J7L a f"Ot."RIHOIf) ; 326 5. Washington i Avenue Downtown Titusyill


BTVmiacr R. .WAF-AJTIR.rtlI1fb : *- II YEARS Dl THE SAME LOCATION B CTA8D- OLDEST HOTPOINT DEALER WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPI-


rte!.lt.rl 11. U. 96. ..... ".... 1 IM.) 1



*



,.,. 12 Titusvlll"' (Florida), S.r.AdvK.h FrfcUy, Dtctmtor II, 1N4By



I Palm Harbor Bellwood I


( Vtra Y. SImmons) they visited with her sister, A Christmas Cantata will beI I cdee, jec1 t.ee,
e eel c ecr
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Great. Mrs. Jimmy Adamson and presented by the church choir THURSDAY

bouse, newlyweds, are new family.They were joined in Atlanta ,on Sunday, Dec. 20, at 7 p.m. I J ,
residents of Palm Harbor.
by Mrs. Greathouse' mother and
Mrs. Greathouse was Miss Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Clark of
step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle DEC. 17
Shelby AWns before her mar Wilkins, and another sister Palm Harbor spent the Thanksgiving .
riage two weeks She 11 I ,
ago. Mrs. Doris Meyers, her hue in '
holidays Atlanta, Ga. :,
originally from Cardova, Ala. band, Roy, and son, Johnny, all Vl ecr I Cv 421; c, C61 cU
with
Mr. UreaUiouse is from Milton, their son, Jimmy Owens ee Cl 'c' Cal eG' terrs
of North
Augusta, S. C. 6
West Va., and is now employed and his family. The Clark left'' ) ion 'iJ
fy rap ,
A PO"j lJ y rJ'pi.
at Cape Kennedy The Frontenac Baptist church Palm Harbor on Wednesday I' 1e

announces the following programs before Thanksgiving and were I '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Great
cd1
and extends a welcome joined In Jacksonville by a
house and young sons, Bobby to visitors.On daughter and son-in-law, Mr i .
and Gary Wayne, were recent Friday, Dec. 11, the and Mrs. S. G. Cotton and son, Col r
visitors to Atlanta, Ga., where church folk will meet at the Larry, for the trip to Atlanta. I ce. Cpl ce'A
I
First Baptist Church in Cocoa
for a Loyalty dinner which will Mr. and Mrs. Verne Emery 1
U Of F
Students climax a two week emphasison of Bellwood have recently re I
faithfulness in Christian turned from a 3 week trip to I Grand
stewardship. I 111., where they visited their j
Come From 48 On Dec. 16, at 7:30: p.m., son and daughter-ln-law, Mr.
Christmas pageant will be presented a'i and Mrs. H. S. Emery of Wood tel c
and afterwards refreshments ., river, m., and with friends and cJ c
Of 50 Stales will be served and treats' relatives in Key port, m., their a 4rc
given to children.On hometown.
GAINESVILLE, The University Dec. 17 at 7:45 p.m. the Their son and his wife ) s"J 'ncc
of Florida's enrollmen W.M.U. will gather at the brought the Emerys home by
1 of 15,701 students this trimesterreflects I church for their Lottie Moo car and visited in this area for j':
\ representation from service. one week, part of the time with Opening
each of Florida's 67 counties as I I the C. 0 C. Peters family of Orlando cel bY CI cv cc,
well as 48 of the 50 United an uncle of Mr Emery's.
Cigarette Tax Nets
States and Is an Increase oem --
students over the 1983 total. City $24,738.36 I

Forty-four counties and 25 FREE!
states helped account for the Titusville's share of the state
overall rise in enrollment to cigarette tax for October was 1. tls, tJly 4s.#. t1.
another record level at the Uni $24,738.36.The PAN AND I 4 Ccy ,, '
verslty. net cigarette tax collectIon cY
for the month amounted to ROLLER
'Dado County tops Florida $4,576,38911, of which amount [

with 2,641 students, followed by 11,341,740.49 will go to the SET __\ &
Duval ((1,265), Alachua (1,196), state general revenue fund and -
Pinollas ((137) andward the remaining $3,234,64862 distributed ofPURCHASE II
A. I
(888)). 402 students are from to qualified municipalties. .
Urevard OF 2 GAL. ;

,Registration from Dade County with this ad on .
Is 155 over last year at -
this time with Orange County; .1'S: {
second on the increase list with C; ;; fBm- '
VI more students among its 859 .== ,. Z'IeDa
residents on campus.Lafayette .
and Glade counties 6rIM4fha8iHe
have the fewest students here PAINT i TOWERSU.S.
I) three each Keep thy heart with all dill. d'c1cw
Florida attendance at the Uni gene*.-(Pmi23). to
verslty Is up 852 to 13,292 this When God blesses our FACTORY PAINT ;
trimester. New York's 291 heart He initllls them with OUTLET, INC.
students, 177 from Georgia and! the faith to keep steady and
B.I l*wln
126 from New Jersey are next firm In any challenge. The < Shopping GIVE CtnttrWE .: HIGHWAY 1, SOUTH, TITUSVILLE r'i
In line on the state roster. testings- when we seek themIn TOP r; ,
'Idaho and North Dakota are prayer will fill our hearts VALUE ecr ', Ca4
the only states not representedat to overflowing, so that they in STAMPSI J tel
p
the University. It marks the turn will help to bless anyone
..
In need. t .. I "t'f'NfiON'f proudly
first time since 1959 that North presents.
l'' IllIt"1 ''I .
Dakota bat not had a student sW
enrolled. 4 t
..:
California, Incidentally, Is

of-state among the compilation)leaders on with the out 47 JOIN THE'FUN ce' l A Totally, New Concept For Your Dining, Dancing and Col ell

students four more than In
1963. Entertainment Pleasure! e I
The enrollment Includes 10;
964 male students 577 ahead AT BREVARD .COUNTY'SArthur
of last year. The number of :3 e !
women students increased from I The Intimate
4,423 to 4,737 In the past 12 crf Col
...
months. Murray .) ceJ 6) I
While the total for Florida registrations
i French
jumped, non-Fiorida QuarterVI Sundays t
students dropped from 2,384 to ;
1,946. DANCE CLUB TR A NT A DINING I
There are 1,992 enrolled in COFFEE SHOP FOR BREAKFAST : T" AN
t graduate school, a hike of 153 )

\I these over 1963.with Florida New York has, 1,042 Illinois of, Beginners Club ft Over 30 Club I d c LUNCH, DINNER AND LATE SNACKS ELABORATE J cC1

Georgia boost and non Pennsylvania Florida enroll helpIng ft Couples Club ft Regular Club I BUFFET

ment statistics to a total of 950 C From I
P.M.
students.In Call Club to 9 PM
Secretary 636.1645 f
addition to the on-campus The Fabulous
figure of 15,701, another 224- are I and
taking oft-campus courses for Information on club or private lessons. ;'b .
through the Graduate 9 MARK
Engineer .
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December iAdmttM
K JellS PMTMI
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nal Hotpttal reached UM : AM Mojwr, Thorn GIft Sets for HEN
milestone on Now 28 with M ScaiHaraugk. MMy Topper
rth of a bahv boy to Mr UOM Jadmnn. Ell l. Smith I ; I /
Irs Bmwn; 0111'I1'1III.' Faye Rio. Weiss Wtogr Ffctr-' flDa
lI"slonsllld d dtacfcaroM terl ice Clark, SMrtay Mmty, VJr. 1 i
l Dee 1 17 followDecember : harks: Davis, James AM >ttiMO
I ftodfM, A. L. We*.
r ted Dewey Kter Gel'- My Cagte, of........ MM .
Lee Seigler of Mtms
Books Oneida M vMr4,
Trotter. Betty;, ...... Discharged: Sharon Smftk,
la Hill Lorraine Bevel, Herman DeokmiJlM, Chute 4V2..FT.
Del I Monte Helen Gre ory. Katherine mm: & >
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Charta Gregory. of by Came GerakHM, RMMem I a IIUMHUM
: Mildred Beastoy, Kerr' of Tftwvffle; WMMt Cotton o :
SI oodson. Leo Glenn of of Mims TREE

ma Hendon Newman December 1 OLD SPICE GIFT SET eAt

TiE Complete with .. tier. I.H..*, M..1
rged: John Manuel Admitted: Anna Faber Jean 5..1-. .. .
I e.I.. Sh. s. ,. ...
and baby girt, Be- King Ruby Bamford, Roland OUTDOOR MULTIPLE a0 v ,.Ie.., A.re..' 0..4.,.", .
raceFelford, MtWam Holm,,, Teeter. Leon Rattan, Roy Rutherford I Compo 499 /
Trends Larry. Clyde Undsey, Marlene Pay, Kim Hack 'p CHRISTMAS LIGHTS At $oS REG. 399
WlHlam Halcomb. Helen Act er. Frances Woodward, Margaret SALE PRICES GOOD THRU MONDAY( $5.00
man Dorothy Walter, Barbara
', Stiles, Reta Botevert, of Tltwllle 15 LAMP SET
,, Bowman Steve Barnes Patric : Shirley Housman of OLD SPICE GIFT SET
\ ijlajfcird, of Titusville: Dorothy Mime P ; J1: ; : ALUMINUM TABLE TREE
iHatfield, Viola Neal, Cora Lee Cltoo8e liar Gill from OUTDOOI-Io4ULTII'\I SMm( *.g IklniMttUe .... Amu there l. litllk ,
Brown, Bruce Mallory of Mima Discharged: Ann Moyer, Betty Fully Guaranteed 038tl .._. Aim" !".*) Nil Tiw. .rltkkl.k.inm.. D.NInme 23-

', December I Florlce Robinson Clark, Bertha Joan Brammcr Simmons The World's Finest Fragrances .7 Value25lWSET. =.-, N''pid taN.le.. II,tl Vdhe. 166 awl Ii.lady. T.lt.m 1100'EAREYEI .

Smflhson.dmitted: Wade Vesta Peeler Kepner Joyce of Titusville. so' t Chanel #11 Chanel #22 ... . 1.10 to 25.O0 Christmas Tree Ornaments R PEN

Alice McCormick, Eric A Baktr LanvlR A".,. A My Sin ... ... . ...300 to 25,00'1, OUTDOOI-Io4ULTlI'\I PENCIL SET

Myrtle Lucas, Thelma Allen, Done Tabu A Ambmh . ..,? . .2.10 to 10,00 Xjfteertalii Fully OeoronreedCO Sasheen Balls .
of Titusville Mae .... ..,.
: Trudeau, Al SMI /I30 .. lrntlMly .
fred Byrd, of Mims; Susan ,. Skoltmar A Chest D Arwru ..... 5.00 re 2$.00 i iCaren Vele35LIGHT' "YIndeer L..bhA-a..L & 69+ "meta...d w f

>llalnous of Christmas Itlledgle' & Pleura ee R ceiB. . .*.53 fe JO.00 j; 11. MM. with ills

I Discharged: Carol Ann ... Weedhne. ? 1 11011.1.. g
Smith and baby girl, Joe ElKing Paberge Tlr A Aphredlile .2.00 re 1100 GLASS IULS
and baby boy Brenda Harris L Elisabeth Arden line Oron 1 Memoirs Ckerle. 3.00 ro i 00 S| MINIA .

Mid,and baby baby boy boy Ila, Cherry Griffin Helms Marie V Marchobeni Wind SOllq A Stradivari' . .214 to 12.SO SET 'f\t4t J 7i r 1e.N alw.r, ISdw5$ 59'jj M.

T, Wagner, Patricia Myers, I ._ _a-a :a :a .2?. .. a. fi n' Comparo
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Robert Myers, Mary Carpenter, el r l 67'
This' Prlct
of Titusville: Jeanette Meldrom,
Orlando.: Andrew Cantrell, Freela S plt CHOOSE YOUR
Bare, of Mims 1 \1 LAMP CANDELIER E

December 1 G CHRISTMAS CARDS ,,..
A Admitted: Eleanor Andre _,U I f.1fI4 lle MtMtl**, rklte. forte.' '-,.,, .
multiple > let- ;
Thomas)Catherine Grimm Elliott, Juanita Mary Stanley Moody,, :-' ': ,, .w-.w'l from Florida's Largest Cempore .NIe.rs.._.",,1.ter tyre-tt.l whN.wr,! ttklM V.I, .. 199'
t \: 149At 1r1.
Todd Gautreaux, Bertha S I m- \.r SelectIon by Sl.fl -
", tons, Marlon Burke Kathleen .., .L. 1 ROLLS 1
"Kerr, Bernice Fisher, Lillian ...\. '
'i Hurst, Ellen Blanchard of TlItusvUle 1:. """' American Greetings 34-LIGHT 4WAYTWINKLING CURLING RIBBON : :
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SET
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*\Discharged: Maurice Heine 1
/ led.., multiple type, lUktiklhik 1 1 1 A
.s' n4 baby girl,
Joyce Wallace .. _
I Vincent Del Monte. Nadine Lay .d.hCOMPAU 4 Jumbe IIN.I is -
\Mabel Agnew Ova Townsend, AM/FM TABLE RADIO ISO Lortfth CM, T.UI 584HOLl C

Meecy Chaplin Sue Sander, Son. .. I.... AT S2.4V 21.9TREE
JalHill. Lorraine Bevel of TI. D.lm *< will AfC Clr- Pie P.II 5.11.' ,.... NdIrad1 .
ill; m4 MMktttnrfyra Shrill?
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;tujville:; Willie Robinson! Gra ELVIS STANDS AT TOP) -:::= ii;/r11'/ .....M.ve.d .'
.;IThompson, Leo Glenn of Alone! Elvis Presley X .. ...... .., ran I* the him*. LIGHT REFLECTORS r. 4..,e wltll.es tI ft't_' 98,
MimsH -Hik.. *4 4 44n\ She PACK
pew. ..
stars in Hal Wallis' new d I: t iCribsd .. .. SASHEEN 4.111.1 .1.11I
< December 4 Technicolor musical for I .".., 11 le. I 1.1.. Oral 4yn.nl GIFT WRAP RIIiON
Admitted Thomas ..... ..,..
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: Barrow Paramount, "Roustabout, n ? folly |vT 4
ILLUMINATED
ma% Sharon Smith Lee Faulk which o pen. Sunday, "-. ,n .t S. I' hit. .. N. II it rHIM...,., DQrIt.wrM
j- $39.95 -h" Nye
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otlQtusvlllellUam: : Cotton Dec 13, and runs through I WIM, II.ItVtlM. 881 Vf f POST LAMP
'-'j I II II J i W
JoRl Thomas
of *
Mims; John. Wednesday Dec 16, at VALUE. ; ,.... *
Bit Henson of Merritt Island.. .., ....,....., .
the Florida Theater, I. .limUim39c LM1NIN t,= tI. 51.I.. .1..1....
Discharged Alice ,'N .1'. a lme "
: McCormick M' acv f .
7TRANSISTORRADIOrS .
n .fAll"
tndjbaby boy, Thelma Allen, downtown Titusville (j INNLhN with ty..4yt1.lIIl.. 14 I C.I.a. CHRISTMAS DECORATING KIT I I' i 7 d h..vy duty '
Elvis portrays a carnival .11..1.I ".. .... i., oN/.I, Isd.wa.
Thomas Dora Young Grimm Eleanor Shirley Trotter Andre, rountabout who becomesa I I ...., i ifc.tt.rf I"N5., Ns...Is5t 688 I IU ...11..._. Mim. ..,... M_.....''rul..N..11..., I ......1.' w- ..... E1: .
tftl ,.!.. SIP dM ass a rI) 29SliNBfAM.
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,Todd Tolls, Dawn Czaban Eric midway singer In orderto VALUE 29' LOOM.. MalMem..Nd.ll wits..N .11 WHIM S r.N. (. p..1e with 5 h. ..t.. ...
T'' Baker. Dorothy West, Linda I drum up some business del ...d-I.tb. set
, of for the carnival. LADY CARLA Alt Drylnf WMtp Oul.t. S ItId.4114.M I
Laney Tftusvllle; sagging
] TYmpnlurs c.ntr.l Hl j[
December Inlttcd Along with top billed / lea IIrrln tae Overuse. 844 11111 .
Linda DeLaney of Elvis, the cast includes HAIR DRYER b.uff.nfh..<* ,t.M VAIUII IUS 429 eVAIUI
Tituiville Barbara Stanwyck, Joan .. Cordless' ( v
Discharged: Harold Gluth, of Freeman, Lief Erickson flIP.TOP HEN'S ELECTRIC : '11\
Tlfusville---- and Sue Anne Langdon. A weederfel ii lft- -Tii 99 j Hygienic ILLUMINATED/
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STEAK KNIVES l.emmmde) .It .- .. plmtl l 1ft I..
750 XKZ ZOOMMICROSCOPE r .114 die MANN < :, tr ..ld.. ,blIJey' : ban.see4..hll
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W.H4 P.m... '. lluffUMttcliilMt lMi| *> hI.l. $11h Ihll.ee "
heel wIM N..IM.1 1 .kl I* tr* .pe UiiltPMttl : I.ul.d.dl,
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A4nt| easily frtlll It ,.wtftkra M ...re,* f.,k_ '' ..,., N. tk. emus f."m* '
710 ,.." me a simple l tl 1 is Ny-RMi love III 369
ruts .f Iles.e-5.mpl.,, AT $4.COMPAII53I.
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with t pl... "I.t''.. mead 1 ? IAviotlAtl,
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....,.. (. hives .." -MM4Mm DOOR FOIL
.*..kpr..f C.tylf C... MIN'SORLON
1 Nd 41'...".., kit" 1".1.4114. y S II1Y111YI Llend 1..1". ...II'If /

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999 SWEATERS AMERICAN AIRLINES PLANE a 16.1., h".
AT "d1Y'
$12.95
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H'PN i30 C.F. WIDE ANGLE !: riveN I >writ Mra 0" Ilppee- /lime enyeNN I 1 .
I.de. War ....... IUI TOT M.. _
BINOCULARSfMtlwr. :: 3 399 ,..... r'S I Il

7Y 1111 Mme. i .
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f e E3 Loditt ._,... ..,,..'-. N".5I, I m..I.... .11'.1 MI 1Nt.d..N. h. 5 '-1' \) 5
ICE CREAM! !-: ;? 227' -.r"' a'. die Y. If::m =..Y05.5 :/ 680
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"Am I glad I found out In time OELOH SWEATERS ,..55.... 1 e Y l.neme r [;]
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that an Independent agent makes Lkt I Mint t Candies :';:, :;;Mlllt It.. 19" I'',".._II e.l.tl"I erer.,..,1....,r.e.r4l..leu. "..M.- 199 { I

The Big Difference In Insurance !It SILEX

"Suppose I'd bought home in* theiniurtnceeoinpcnjr CITRATE OF iWt.. i""n.- Z ew OC< $' .'..; uS

t sure me tt directly! from torn of
"Gonll drr thin My Independent HMM Important,Irvaune 1 : : FISH HOOKS '

agent checked with hud' an lrKlqml, ag fit Ibad Dentu-Creme r..:.?, 47 .
TOASTER t .ly O"t.|, I.4.1
me regularly to make certainmy no wornrt about tmmr- / _
N .1* 4 fit* 51.51
insurance kept up with to.0041 it all...no worries bout >..l. 1o,1e rdevd .H I/I Hwe I/'.
dol,'. replacement ..ru... Itb kMMtf big money" ANArllST COUGH 99" twill sb. -4'"s f
!h.....'!, I'd be wnrallMutr.. are tmlrprmlrttt" hoer SYRUP ViL5Y; ; : ....... ..... REG.

Mud daRN poorer lodtr, anc ........ Let M ripini THERMAWIAVIBLANKETS ,., ..,... 111.hl 25c 13e
"And axmtlpt this 1 got bow The lug Diffrrf M in in.turance Coflctfirrate 19*. the hlte Lisa
paid pfwnedr1! I11 there WM ur ewrtumtsf.. per PRELL Sham-- ..,. It. 49'UlllJ .... lw.sio.. s
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any I iif or tpil.1.Iitb onal attention-can help you cUm" 11 New. ............., dmei Nmm. -IVALUE
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t'ville JC's To Meet I Fishing's Slow; Some Catches At Haulover



Since everyone knows deer cm be found at Farmton Management According to the weekly report from the Camp, Fishing all

Area and ducks can be toted borne from the Merritt) last week was extra good in the canal and In the lagoon Mr. and
Eau Gallie Island National Wildlife Refuge, the biggest question
everyone
SaturdayTitusville' Mrs Jack Conner and Eddie O'Cain spent the weekend with us
Is trying to solve is where are the fish biting'
and brought in 50 trout, 10 drum and a 10 pound red"'
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Personally, It something that can't be calculated with a slide
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Jaycee athletes rule or figured out by Elmtofn mathematical equation If the Other filth caught have been red weighing up to M pounds,

fish are biting, naturally, the thing to do Is go fishing If the fish dropping line near the ole causeway bridge at the canal. And,
will discover afternoonIn
Saturday !
aren't biting the next best thing U sit borne and clean up tackle in the way of hunting, the weekend looks reallood.REM .
Eau Gallie it their one monthof
However thing are not as bad at some people are making
vigorous gridiron training will
out. No one can say where the fish are biting on Merritt
, payoff In the form of Can't wet a line there anymore.
a victory, T IIland'l
( We can say, according to one person at Titusville
The football team
Jayiees Ing there is worse now than It has been in week.
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will meet the Eau Gallic Jaycees _
An occasional trout can be caught if one want to sit for hour
at 2 p.m. on the Eau Gal
and wait, and some people are catching at rare times, a red
lie High School field in the sec
and annual Charity Bowl foot. worth fighting for Everyone I* using live shrimp for both reds ODE i

ball\ game. All proceeds from B I and trout, but tine they're not catching anything at all, might
the game will be presented to a } suggest a plug could break the monotony.

the Crippled Children Clinic. Fresh water (fishermen aren't saying too much about their _
Tltusville coaches, John '. fishing Some bass are being caught with deep running plugs.
Lane Steve Bain and Bob Keel, 'r; I I
living room
all said during the final scrimmage "I your

Wednesday evening 'If I Bet you didn't know that hunters trespassing on fruit groves family room or bedroom

everyone shows up for the i with deadly weapons Is 1 an offense of state Statute No 821.37. Sher.
we're of fans GEORGIAPACIFICREAL
sure giving
game : with
iff Leigh Wilson issued '
a reminder last week to all hunters from
a good afternoon of football
Lane, 225.pound end with the i the Florida Association of Citrus Growers: No person in this state 'I WOOD PANELING
shall! willfully and with the view of
semi pro Daytona Beach trespassing enter within the
1t 1\ )I
Thunderbirds, has recruited I boundaries of any citrus fruit or other fruit grove or orchard Remodeling i il fun when you UM Georgia-Pacific real
several former athletes to play : without permission of the owner or occupant authorized to give wood paneling. Large 4'x8' panels are so easy to handle
with the Jaycees Charlie Sullivan !1 I : such permission having been obtained quick to Install make any room brighter, more
a split end with the Thunderbirds Just for the record, any person violating these provisions Is liveable! See us today, and choose from 18 prefmished
will be playing a split i I subject to punishment by fine of not more than $1.000 or imprison. hardwoods-family.proof finish for lasting beauty
end with the Jaycees. He s *'3' } 9 meet in the county jail for not more than twelve months, or both
f
and weighs 175 Also expectedto tf s r I I
give the Titusville club a lit t PANNING LUMBER CO
tle advantage on offense In the
addition of fullback .Charlie i \ : f ;", .I' catching It never fish. fails, there' always one place that says they're NEW U.S. SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY
Cross Cross is a 215 pound PHONE 267.6885
hard-running fullback who played I This week, it'* Allcnhurst Fish Camp on Haulover Canal.

at the University of Georgia. I
Also playing from the BroncosIs I .
Dalton Cairns, a former Ti. : .
tusville High, all state honorable iirLi :
Come lake
choice
170.pound mention halfback athlete. Cairns Is a your of the beautifully

John Fohl, an Orlando Bronco

backfield lineman will, probably play in the alternatingwith Jaycee i i different new Chevrolets E U

Steve Bain at quarterback.
Remainder of the offensive
Halting line up includes SulUvan :More are on the way every day. So if tionally styled beauty. It's longer and
at end; Don Heacock at VJ 5 /TM you're itching to be off in the racier, wider, easier to enter, with more shoulder
left tackle; John Wells, left \ i/fl van roomier new kind of Corvair, come on in room up front. It's also got up to 180 hp
guard; Wayne Overstreet, center and see us now Try out this interna- available in top..of-Lhe-line Corsas.
: Wayne Brown, right guard; tI'
Denny Thomas, right tackle; n
Len Rogers, right end; Steve
Bain, quarterback; Cross, quar I as411llrttgWtf
terback; Fohl, flanker back; s

halfback.John Decaro and Cairns, I left : r

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Army Service Recruiting Recruiting Announces Plan .1. : ;


I service
The Army recruiting
it Cocoa today announced its\ M 1 ?m 1
annual holiday vacation with 1
pay enlistment plan will be effective -
during the period Dec )II
I through Jan 1 1. ,

The plan offers men enlisting I t :
or enlisting through Army I ; j
.
recruiting stations the oppor
lenity to delay reporting for ,
duty until after the holidays
"Men may enlist and then takea
13-day vacation to wind up
personal affairs or be home
with families," the army re-
cruller here said today,
Vacation pay, which varies
according to the rank and the
of the individual, will be paid
after vacation. I It's a longer, lower, wider, extravagantly V8's available with up to 400 hp. And,
Soldiers also accrue time In 'n 5 FUlnn..v'olb.eautiful kind of Chevrolet for '65. With, at a Chevrolet price, the kind of craftsmanship -
service as well as qualify for : lJ interiors A smoother ride. you'll find in some of America's
service benefits such as free :;i:7C A Wide-Stance design for greater stability. most expensive cars.
medical care for self and de-

pendents, survivors benefits, r
and others 4
,
Prior service re-enlistee* wll f Here'a where you get a belt out of going of power in any car its size. Everything
be processed at the Jackson i, 65 if thrifty Because (1; you get the sharpest from a 4 available in lowest priced sedansto
vtlle Army recruiting main sta Chevy JLL looking thrift car you've ever seen And two 6's and three V8 s available
lion and then released for vatation (2)) you can pick from the widest range throughout the line. Top output 300 hpl
They will report from tj 1 '
their home directly to their f 4 Q.1 ,

Dew assignment after vacation I j ; ',
Non-prior service enlistees _
will also be processed at Jacksonville 1
wAt11WL4
before
vacation How. i I I
ever, they must return to Jack.
sonville before Herve Sam Carrigan, Nation John RoU rode 20 winner at A self-guided tour of the old ,
continuing on to -.- .
their initial Army assignment al League umpire, played for the recent Saratoga meeting, 12 fort Is now available at Fort i i .
Travel Beaver Falls In the Penn State of them for Grcentree Stable, to Pickens State Park on Pensa- '
of the ,
expenses new League in 1941. In 1952 he began I L& -
enlistee or enlistee while on finish: second in the jockey race cola Beach. I
umpiring in the Coastal Manny Ycaza was first with 22
vacation
must be borne by the Plain I IA
League wins Isl
indiVIdual. Travel expenses .:....- I nine-hole golf course I 1_ f 1
from Jacksonville to the Initial St. Louis, In winning the National I Iliad available for visitors at the I ;aL
Assignment are paid by the Star Advocate Florida Caverns: State Park I _
Army. League pennant, beat the Classified: Ads: MarlannateB atl I -'_
Further information H avail. Mcts 11 times in 18 games But -- q ri -
able through the Cocoa Army the Mets won three of their last

recruiting station five meetings with the Red err
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LAST DRAG RACE FOR 1964 GREAT OLYMPICPERFORMANCES -- . ,


DECEMBER 13th


VALKARIA DRAGWAY i :

BOBBY MORROW (U.s.A.) .esq.
9 MI!.. South of
r &'omd a ran triple win in the 1966
;.. Melbourne On .t Olympic G.m.b Broke one of Jee*. :
U.S, 1 gUALL ()vent t r.mrla.ad tied another in .
'" the 100 amt JOO meter idwhee, ran
r.;. \ Sec The anchor onth.N)0m.terrelay team. Here's everything that made Chevellc up to 350 hp. And a quieter, smoother!
-; WORLD'S FASTEST S6f S -n- the most popular car of its size its first ride. All on the same easy-handling
< DY UJ C alevfeite year out-plus some new surprises. Like wbeelbase beautifully]) proportioned

_h __ CHEVROLET ssrSs R UBF; s fash-minted styling Y8 A available with between the Chevrolet and Chevy IL

DIXIE TWISTER CHEVELLE Pi4I JAo/r to sec, more to try in tlc cars mOIt jH'fJplc buy

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II Accreditation In TrackNorth I r Terriers Play

Big Question Here Tonight 17I1J 111


Brevard's proposed new County Zoning* Board in an ear toe what organisation or ear make no specifications for ac- ,
race track on which construction Her meeting last week. club would safletton the tusk crtdilatMw by NAICAR. USAC Tlt vll1e'. basketball schedule
Is In early January will not The ftMtifkg Board dM nit once It was constructed as long or any large national organisa resumes play here tonight ,
be an accredited NASCAR specify the track had to be accredited as It was accredited. list, but said It had to be accredited against Melbourne Central Catltotic -

track, nor will It be a dirt track, by NASCAR, however So. the three clauses in the as specified by theZoning warms up Tuesday against wf'I
according to the owner. said it would be mash better as Zoning Board approval, one Betrd. I New Smyrna before takiM aweek 1.J! ,
John Porter, a young barber, far as regulations are concerned that a fence be constructed; two, After the accreditation Is settled off for the Brtvard Omul-
told the board of County Com if it was accredited by a national that it be an accredited track; with the Zoning Boar jttyy i| Christmas Tournament Dec ( / te.
missioners yesterday It would organisation and three, that construction Porter said construction would ts.The f\
track Terriers with two garnet ... HuoU <.. .*.
start The
be neatly Impossible for him to Porter said this would be im- would start within six months, Immediately.
"along with the accreditation possible. had\ to be rearranged to determine will be a one-fourth or one-third under their belts, including a
from go a large organization such However. County Commissioners what organization would mile long asphalt track with all win over Cocoa Beach and a Sport ear fans might be Interested: (In a new gadget. placedon
u NASCAR, Which wu part of said Thursday that it was accredit the track. the conveniences of a modern a loss to Florida Air Academy, the market by Carrol Shelby,
the specifications made by the not left up to them to determ- The Commission said it would race track. last year were runners up in the The car Is called the "Slalom Sn.k.", and cornea equipped
I tournament which
Christmas lor ilaloms, gymkanaa, autocrosses time trials and other sports
r was held in Tltusvllle. The 114

Parents Sponsor Houston Aslros To Play 25 World's Fastest tournament Beach. will be at Satellite car Basic competitive difference games.between the slalom and street Cobra, which

Bowling Varsity game starts at 8 p.m. Is making Shelby famous, Is a handling package that comes with

Hlgb tunday Individual molt gamer* Kink Qen) aBalloran. Dinner For 9th IPre-Season Games In FloridaThe hevelle To Run with 8.SO.; the JV'I beginning play at the Slalom Listing Snake.at $6,095, (soil of expensive like all Cobras) the

226.duallewrleelHirano Coach Art Tolls laid this week Slalom Snake cornel ready geared with front and rear antl-rol
Halloran.Hlgb H2i v Barbara Miller 611. Grade Gridders Houston Astros will play Cocoa training base of which he planned to start Bill McBride bars, knot shock absorbers, magnesium wheels, high performance *
/1a Hlgb. team game: B K: Shirt, 30 pre-season spring games, 25 three will be night games starting At Valkaria DSThe In one of the forward positions Urn, mteUtlon| rol1-Over bar, alt scoops for brakes and I

Hlgb. team series: B 4 B Shirt.1M A group of parents and Interested In Florida and five in their new at 7:30: p.nt. tonight, due to a need for mort hood scoop (for ramming air into the carburetor
Standing Titusville businessmenwill world'i fastest Chevrolet height. fur slalom 1 competition, several accessories art deleted from
Stadium in Houston, beginning
Tam *".* I"" an appreciation din will run Sunday at Valkaria\ "Getting rebounds has been a the car to lighten Nvlmlwinna, sun visors. front and rear bump
Gateway Plead 1 Motel Lanes as M IT JJ I ner for sponsor the undefeated, Ninth on Friday, March U in Cocoa: Horse Club To Dragwty In the final drag race problem with us, and maybe en and a luggage rack All the slalnni can are painted with a
Ideal Exterminating 82 MiINails :20 M1"* Grade Football team at Park against\ the Minnesota Twins, it of 1964, according to Lyle with McBride In the line-up It racing stripe that matcher UN interior upholstery
Font llatlo5d ::!J *_ way Junior High Saturday eve- was announced Thursday by Lathe, strip manager could make a difference." The Cobra, midway In peifoiuumt I between street and rac:
Team No.Green 15 CemDelte. 2i n.,. 24 So'* ning at 6:30. Astro general manager Paul Meet MondayNorth Houston Malt's 19(4 Chevro( McBride, a Junior Is M" and ing machine IS powered by the 380 cubic inch Ford VI engine
Matter Cleaner ZJ ZJ The dinner will be held In the Richards. let-Chevelle, the "Dixie Twister joined the basketball team late Quit a machine
Ballon Pontlao JJ because of football season. Last
No. 2Wisdom 2T school cafeteria. powered by the 'Georgia ,
Team
Brevard Horseman'sClub junior
Sod" Bueter M 21Wugev's Master of ceremonies for the The Astros will be meeting year he played on the
Girls 24 21Tllue.IUe Shaker' 427 cubic Inch engine River Lanes will bUilt the second MlxUeUnd Mixed Doubles
clubs will meet at 7.30 Varsity squad
Tire :*.H J'fltrel'i /, event will be Spec Everhart, U different major league Monday ; turning In speeds of 136 milesper
.. The remainder of Coach ToIls' tournament this weekend, and all iihiit.itWHS' to a recordentry
% palm
8er lca JJH" S3team former TItusville High coach.Parkway's during the spring, Including p.m. in the Community Roomof hour and an elapsed time i
It
o.klawn) Memorial Park starting line up will be list In the two-day touinry
Ninth Grade foot
No.' 1 11 >* three Citizen's Bank. of 1018.
four with Kansas City,
ball team has won the Brevard Ray Cowart, M" center; David *
Bandar Nlto Ml< Minnesota, Robert Leopard, Russellville, The car Mill In
with Baltimore and run open competition NanklvU, S'9" sophomore
Alto Individual tamer Olori County Junior High School Tltusvllle) and Indian River Ciiy't Little League organizations
Benford 188: Allen Roblneon 219. championship for the past three two each with Milwaukee, Detroit Ala., a representative of Albers against some of the guard; Jerome Thomas, IT' Should be real thankful to city Om! county offk-lalft who X NO"
Hlgb Individual aerleeGloria New York fastest super stocks In Florida. forward and Jack Sex
Washington, junior
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Benford 633. Larry Benford tM.Hlgb years. Milling company will show the leagues almost; 20,000 for Imimivenients and conssucUon: of
team tame: L. A. MelvlaAiaoo Mets, and Philadelphia Phil Expected to compete Is MilO ton IT junior forward.
667Hlgb lies, and one each with the Loa films of a horse management Coleman from St. Petersburgwith Tltusvllle li tied for second more ball fields.
L. A. MelvlnAiaoo. Be
1998.1n"1I4In..1 team. aarleai Armadillos Can Angeles Dodgers, Pittsburgh, program used on the B. F. "Thunderbolt"s; place with Melbourne and Eau This Is something which has been needed by the league's fura

Teem W'.. In Good Table FoodThe St. Louis, Cincinnati, Chicago Phillips Ranch in Texas. Lone Ranger"; "Supercar": and Callle In the county race FlorIda > long time.
L. A. Melvin Aaeoc.DO 28 1 Game and Fresh While Sox and Oklahoma City. Various slides concerning breeds "Color Me Gone" Air Academy Is the only Tltuavllle LL will get one new field, laid the present Senior
Minute Cleaner 24 12tan Florida of horses will also be shown. Division Field, while Indian River City, a relatively new *
Chamber Jewler 1215 Water Fish Commission urges The spring season will close Gates open at I a.m. with team in Brevard to remain un orgaa
The SEW Coble* It 23 14 16II hunters to utilize as food armadillos with the big weekend series In All persons Interested In the eliminations starting at 2 p.m. defeated. Uatlnn will get two more fields near the old county dump lite.

Beat Coast Bowling IIIT killed while hunting other Houston on April, 10 and 11 care, management and showIn Valkaria, located nine miles *
Team Team No.No.' 4 1 16 10 If game during the 1964-65 season. when the Astros, Yankees and gof horses are cordially Invited south of Melbourne on U S, 1 By the way, the track, located In Nm1h' firtvaril will U constructed -
Team No. STeam 16 14121 21% Often the animals are shot and Orioles "launch" the Domed to the meeting, club official Is one of three N11RA sanctioned These days, the, Green Bay by John Porter, a young barber In town.
0 Packers 220 tackle
Arrow No.Realty i 21 left untouched In the field, officials Stadium The Astros will meet said. strips In Florida. undersize reject and pound 300 Sitting through the County Commissioners meeting\ Thursday
Team No. T aB.eram said, resulting in a the Yankees In. night game lineman as plays for a the Detroit pound where It got final approval subject to one stipulation, proved
'IInle Los,. waste of good table fare. Friday, April 8, the Orioles Saturday rather amusing.
Molr High 16'Individual l Debbie Lesson gamai 14*Tim. Hunters are told by Gordon April 10 at 1:30: p.m., the Firestone EdgesTo Mims In Seventh Lions. A local lawyer was representing two Individuals who were

Hlrt Individual Debbie Lesson eerieTim 241 Spratt, game biologist, that Yankees Saturday night, April The year 1)49 law the largestwin against the race track.: One group of course, were the citrus
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Molr High: taara: tams: Little Angela, properly cleaned, dressed i and 10 at 7:30: p.m., the Yankees of National Football League growers, and the lawyer made the statement, that with hundred
eo Httt team aerleti Little Angelk, cooked, the armor-plated dig again Sunday, April 11 at 1:30: Win City Slow f Pitch LeagueFirestone champions over College A II' of race driven traveling through the grovel, It would take onlya
118*. ger and insect-eating mammalhas pm. and conclude the exhibition Stars, 31 to 0, with Philadelphia couple of minutes to halt the ?>rand raid a few orange tree**.
Team ItandUgtl wen Lest a table flavor of pork when season Sunday night, April Firestone battled its way back executed 14 straight) winning. County CommlMlnner Joe Wlckham asked the elderly lawyer

Beatles ,. 18.11 TPlnbu.I' barbecued, baked or fried. 11 in the Dome at 7:30: p.m. from a four run deficit, tied the outs without a hit, halting a liter Pitcher Bob Gibson of t h I If he meant people who go to races are orange thelves.
.\rooti r 10 844 Looked upon as a pest by against the Orioles. ball game in the sixth, found Mimi bid.Firestone Cardinals set a World Series "Hell, not necessarily" said the lawyer
"' 16 11 some the armadillo has drawn The Astros regular season themselves two runs behind In tied up the gameI strikeout record with 31 in 17 "Good. Wlckham said. "Because I go to races and 1 don'isteel
SSS111l& 11 12 the scorn of hunters, landowners action opened in the Domed the seventh, then, in the last (. In the seventh. One error, a "
Innings
oranges
ll n.12 and gardeners, yet Spratt Stadium Monday night, April 12, half of the last Inning, pushed triple and a home run gave
::. 164 says that extensive studies against the Philadelphia Phil across three runs to win the Mints a two run lead In the last
ming Rkeltmi Rue Party I made by game biologists in lies at 7:30: p.m. City's Slow Pitch Softball Inning. but Firestone, In their
The Outlen 1/ Texas, New Mexico and Florida The Florida spring schedule championship last night over half of the seventh got a single
t River I.".... ('1..1.- have disproved many of the Includes 12 games at the Astros' Mlms. and two doubles, then another
tall Algbndlvtdu.l 281: R. Minor.gameK.n. KM* charges made against the arm The game was played on Sand single by Earl Evans to knockIn YOUR r
Hllrla Individual sects: R. Ki4 adillo. Point. the winning run. DOES
halt Hackendorf 6811: 1414I.Tom AI"' '''. Mar Since it digs and roots for Insects Orange Co. Sheriff Firestone and Mims were tied Haying on the Firestone team Vr ft ft oit 0

High team. gam: Virginia PriedChlckea it makes holes in lawns,, for first place, each with I wins li Toby Enyart, Jay Campbell, ENGINE STUTTER,
Nlh,4esmSerla10, 8110.V Smart Me- flower beds and pastures. Yet, Posse Plans ShowThe and 2 losses. MImi, had defeated Ronnie Lakin, Ed Minion, Jack
teal ln.ur.noe. 2510.Btandlngat by eradicating harmful Insect Firestone In two ear. Miller, Earl Evans, Wayne JERK FALTER,
V Teem w'a I...11 and anthills the armadillo pays third Horse Show of the lier meetings. craddock, Larry Strengh, Ron TOR t
Tint National Fried Cbloken Bank 29 21Virginia 11 I dividends for his digging privi 1964-65 season, sponsored by the Mlms two losses were to Indian nle Hughes, and Marvin Hemke, OR STALL?
inward Mutual leges. In making its den, It Orange County Sheriffs Mounted River City an an upset by Bill Duff, Jay Johnson Charlie
Tloerea moons* JJ JJ 12_ uses natural cavities, rarely Posse, will be presented at East Central Florida Regional\ Pool., Muggy Parker Ray GET A '
Team Ne. I 20 ever digging the holes that Injure Fairview Park Sunday, start Planning Council Futch, Ben Lewis, Pat O'Neal, TUNEUPOnly
MaKnolla No' Liquor 1 ISTeem sa 21 livestock, as often charged. \big at 1:00: p.m. Mimi jumped off Into a six I Jim Evans, Dolin Cantrell, Joe
Team No. S I 94 Spratt also said that no evidence The December show will be run lead in the first Inning, then Rogers, Ray Caldwell, Wayne
,..1.r Ten IM. has been found In hun an a -Engl ih type show consisting Broome, Bruce Debord, Jack
Berger nigh Indlrldual Mi I Jot Brovlea.game 1W Butch dreds of armadillo vital organs of 13 classes including Seat Equitation Over Fences Lewis.
High Individual eerleet Butch, collected and studied that the English Pleasure horses and and Open Jumping.
nargr Joe Broyler.. tOI; B4T.Dl.nn McCoeker animal eats the. eggs of quail or ponies, Hack Type, English Judges for the December The biggest All.Stars win In a
High team garnet Muatange other ground nesting birds, or Pleasure Hones, Park Type, show are Mrs. Russell Each of game against the National Football .
"High learn erle.: Wlt>*--Out, does any damage to man or! Bridle Path Hack, and Equita- Altamonte Springs and League champions was 21

IOMTS.nd.n.t. game. t'on Classes Including Hunt Russ Walther of Winter Park to 7,_over Washington, In 1)43. Ir t .
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DOWN gone I Fishing bolting, swimming,

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t. Swiftly of pepper 21.Re. Gifts For Everyone residential area. At your

12. English .. Fold over jecu convenience, drive out Carpenter

novelist I. Unwritten 22. Beards Road and fee these

>>. Exclaims narntlve 23. Light new 3 bedroom 2 bath, enclosed
KIDDIES MOM DAD TEENS FRIENDSFROM
J snosrlnfly poetry bed. _ ,_ garage homes now

14. Bkk .. Jail:O.B. Iliad I"IeM.r's ...... under construction, equipped
19. Girls 7. Coin: 2S.! Stern of .. ELECTRIC TRAINS TO TURTLES I IA with central heat, city

nickname Port veINI 40. An water and sewer and side

1?. Cut .. Old 28. Seed extreme GIFT SUBSCRIPTION OF PORTABLE TV 17". Good pic- FRENCH RACER (26"), also walks. The lawns are fully

18. Fall, u m.ul1f1 of .el.1 conserve THE STARADVOCATEwould ture. Can be seen call 267- girls' 26" bike. $30 for both. sodded with Argentine ba-

Into water len&1l28, tlve make a fele\ 2570 for appointmentFAST 267-4076. hal grass which requires the
:9. Sodium 10. round gift t be
: Peopleof 31. Speck 41. Ostrich Give Mom a Treat for minimum of care. Prices
sym. China 2S.! Jxudet: like bird enjoyed and appreciatedby atari at $14,500 with low

Biblical U. Properties (ttuld) 42. Beast of the boy and girl away to FILM developing, 24 hour Make the It Holiday Dinner At FHA or VA monthly pay

word of left aSter IT. Exch.nge burdenreproach school or in service. For service. SPECIAL for Decem ments. Place your ordei

death premium 44. Primary mer residents would appreciate ber. Kodachrome-Ektachrome COLONIAL LOUNGE now and get Homesteat

24. A. 11. 8wab.llk. 38. A turn In color a subscription too. To 135 20 slides and Koda- for 1965. Wh
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a leaf : : : Plaza.
edge i JEEP FOR SALE 267-3674 800-3 bedroom. 2 bath

Jt.Rop with b 10 II Gifts For The I after 8 a.m. home. White terrazzo
Central heat and
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runningknot Kice l ,w0u
1& I ISG. d1Ms Boating FamilyWe (strawberry roan) $100. 267- FOR SALE 1957 Chrysler Imperial air. Built-in Westinghouse

.Equipped! "It's a contest to see if she or Cindy gets hoarse 5304. $475. 267-0972.) electric range and oven.
14 r// II' lit r// I $13,900 with $450 down
S3. Poems first" carry every possible accessory Good
r// r//- 56 C J 5 Willys Jeep. low FHA
and monthly
S3. Pronoun .. for a safer and more THOMAS ORGAN $200 or trade shspe. 2672194.

I' 3Fuinouepection: II' : liG enjoyable time a float. for piano or car. Call 267.2657 I.809Extra. home.
large new
IN' THK CIRCUIT COURT FOR a PIANOS ORGANS
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Chicago 11 u. Z Tine NINTH JUDICIAL CIR- IN THE COURT OF THB How About One S ACCORDIONS Good location. 3 large bedrooms -

r\\ r// CUlT IN AND FOR BHEVARD COUNTY JUDGE IN AND FOR 2 baths, brick fireplace
X.Pierce, M of These Suggestions: C GUITARS UKULELES ,
LI COUNTY. FLORIDA.CHANCERY .
with* l.t :7) t, NO. 2761 BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDAIN 1960 YAMAH YD 1, $250. Call e BAND INSTRUMENTS all electric kitchen,

dagger - RAT E. STONE .nd JACQUELINE :- ESTATE PROBATE OFiOKORUM : Cato No. S4-S44 Spot Light .. $17.95 after 4. 2678819.SOMETHING 0 INSTRUCTION on all central heat and air conditioning

3D. Toward '0 SI U L. BTONJO his wife.Plaintiff.KLBOURNETILLMAN MUUBKNDBX Speedometer $12.95 Instruments wall to wall car.

40. RORBINH. KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC peting. Two car garage.
u ,. 3i I7hP'h VI. DECEASED.To Compass $10.95 DIFFERENT!
43.:Anxious DRAINAGE 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 Priced at $22,000 and low
45.Ascends DISTRICT .t .!. all credltora, dlalrlbiiteea, Clgar.tt. Lighters Hand blown decorative FHA monthly payments..
3. '1 I a // "3- 1'/.1 Def..d...... and pereona bavlnc any claim or glassware by Rainbow. that
for boat GIVE THE gift says
suddenly: / / : NOTICE: or suit' demande egalnet nail Estate i your $5.95 Beautiful colors and designs 807-Nice home in central k
Aero TOt You and each of you are herebynotified "Merry Christmas" everyday cation. Enclosed Florida
4. 44 ; 401i 4b Florida Indian River Land Water Skis from. $18.00 Prices from $1.00.
47. River: Company, a dleeolved Arlaona that you are required bylaw of the year.ELECTROLUX room centipede lawn hard
Paris' corporation, and lbs unknown aeotieceaeore to preeent any clelme and da- Air Horns from $2.98 INDIAN RIVER REXALL AUTOMATIC ,Includ-:
4 .1..., In Interact truete m.n4. which you, or either of Life Preservers DRUG wood floors, drapes
... The East ... or other parties claimingby.. you may h aveaca, )In.I the !Relate from $3.95 INDIAN RIVER CITY CLEANER eeL Priced at $14,900 with

wind: Or. t irou..h, under or agalaet said of George Muieenden Robbing, Call! 267-7380 $1500 d nand
myth : '" Sf) l Florida Indian Hirer Land Cora daceaeed. late of said County, to THIS IS JUST A SAMPLE At Mier 0 W $102
my, a dleeolved Arlaona eorp- the County Judge of Brevard GIVE AWAY KITTENS. 3167 monthly.

st. Queer oration> T. J. Prescott C. W. El- County, Florida, at his office In Old Dixie Hwy. 2670972. 823-Beautifully designed and
MANY MORE TO
11.11IN' unIt and George N. Urloe .. tbe the Court House of eald County, SUZUKI 80 CC MOTOR BIKE. built 4 bedroom 2V4 baths.
lest known off Ie... and heels of at Tltuevllle, Florida, wlthla sic.1.la CHOOSE FROM ORANGES, FINEST Navels
I Florida Indian River Land Com.p.n ) calendar montb. from the 6 months like new. Call after Tri level, double garage,

THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHH Its principal! place of bua ,, a dleeolved Arliona oorpor time of the tint publication of Parson Browns, pink grape 5 P.m. 2672432. fireplace, plus many other

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT In... at 7W Peachlre. 8t",..&. .Uon, and any and all pereoneaiming tbli notice. Rogers Outboard fruit. South Lake 2673908. features too numerous to
IN AND FOR BREVARD Nortbeaet Atlanta, Georgia ( bY, through, under oraisinnt Each olalm or demand ehall be
COUNTY FLORIDA. Ton are hereby notified that a any of the above named la writing In duplicate and ahall 1103 Garden St. 267-6414 GUINEA PIGS, \live Christmaspets Half Frame Automatic mention. Priced at $26,400

IN CHANCERY NO. 2B79SMOIITIIAUK Cult hue been filed agalnet you nown or unknown pirtlee and elate the place ef residence. and vegetarians odorless ANSCO MEMO II with min. of 10% down.
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POHKt' 'I.WHrRR and R08K HILL HUILDEH8 OF any and all noreose havioS or Poet Office eildrue of the claim- 1963 14 FT. TRAVEL trailer, Shown by appointment.
( ...1, and .b.U be uworn 10 IIv the $1 and up. 2672398
GENERAL GUARANTY MORTGAGE COCOA, INC.. a Flnrlda oorportloni aiming any Inlereet In the foh
COMPANY, INC.. a Flor- MOVES J. GHUNDWEHO owing described real property claimant bla agent or ble attorney sleeps 5. Many extras! $995. Includes camera case, 846-Large 3 bedroom, 2

Ida .rporatl., ndlvldually and ae True tee: East one-belt of Lot S of and any auch claim or 2677527. flash unit, slide color film, bath home. Many extras

Plal.tlft, COMET! INC., a Florida oorpor- Florida Indian Land Company demand not eo filed eball be void. I RCA PRODUCTS carry csse.Reg.. with this preowned home.
T lion; FIRST NATIONAL BANK ubdlvlelon Section S4. To...- Richard P. RobblneAdmlnletrator MAGNUS CATHEDRAL console Stereos .B&WTV $7995
CASH BROTHER" INC.. a Florida OF TITUHVILLE, a national chip 21 South Range 17 East of the Estate organ, prsctlcslly new Color TV Only $15.300 with $1250
oorporatlon ... C. HTKT- anklng corporatloai COAST Plat Book 1. Fine 114, of the of George MueeendeoRobblne Now $72.95BOHANNAN'S dcwn. Shown by appointment
TER: LOVELACE LUMBER CABINET CO. INC. a Flnrldaorporatlnni Public Mraonle of Breverd DeceaeeiJ.Dae. will sacrifice 267-3140 after etc.
.
AIJDLANE 4. II, IS. M (IFrl.t 1964.JIIOTIC'I' .
COMPANY a partnertblpt CON. C LUMBER County, Florida. 5 p.m. STUDIO &
BAD YELV1NGTON DISTRIBUTORS St BUILDERS SUPPLY INC.. a The nature of thla null la to HOME FURNITURE CO. CAMERA SHOP 848-Assume mortgage. Be

F INC. a Florida oorpor. Florida corporation GORMAN remove eertaln cloude from ando FOB: OF ADOPTION PETITION BOYS QUILT LINE JACKETSize OF MIMS 267-3565 333 S. WASHINGTON sure to check on this vacant
melon; SMYTI4 LUMBER COMPANY COMPANY OF MELBOURNE quiet and oonflrm the title to 8-18
la the Circuit Court In and for home, move right in.
a Florida oorporalloniJAMBS NC.. a Florida corporation' ) be above described property.
R DRAY, JR.. JUNK) L, LINDBLET LUMBER COMPANY The name of the Court In which Breverd County, Florida Chan- Assorted colors 13.44 LIONEL ELECTRIC train, Beautiful well kept tri-level

*H ELTON: formerly Juno I.. Fennrll a Delaware oorporatlonutborlaed null hue been Instituted la the mere Kevin No.Eugene m'l. In Re Adoption of BELKLINDSEYBOYS MALE CIIINESE PUG. $90. practically new, 187 Pine home, 3 twin size bed,
Wllllama
,
and WM. MARSHALL to do bualneee In the Circuit a minor
Court for the Ninth Jud DEPT. 267-7133.
Crest Street baths
KMITH JR. .. eurvlvlng direct- tale of Florida) JAMES B. 101.1 Circuit In and for Brevard by Ellaa Carr Black kin etepfather. rooms, 2 enclosed
or. and Trualeee of Causeway HUHBARD and MARY CARTER County. Florida. The abbreviated Toi Larry Kugene Will- garage and large 15 x 18

Beach Company a dleeolved Florida IUBBARD, his wlfei and EARLR. tithe of tbe mane la Ray SI. Slone.t lame, the place of reeldenco of {J JJ basement family roo m.
corporation JAMES B. METRT JOHNSON and E. 1MELDA u', plaIntiffs, venue MelbourneIllnun whom le unknown You are here'by J
aid ANNE la. MKTRY his JOHNSON his wife .. Defend- Dralnaa blelrlct, at al.dffendanla. notified tbet a Petition bee Priced at $16,500, $2800
In the entitled been filed In the above styled down and assume existing
Wife) OBOROB LOUIS and ante. above cauaeind The description of the
JULIA LOUIS, bla wlfei MICHAEL that you are hereby required real property Involved le ae set Court by Ellaa Carr Black for the mortgage.

WILLIAM, J. HATEM C. TRICK, a ::"tMAn: to Clerk file of y nurse.thin Court wee, and with to aerve the forth You above.and such of you are hereby lame adoption, a minor of Kevin by tIle Eugene Petitioner Will-, 849-Large lot toned for multiple -

M. TRICK his wife) CHARLES a copy' thereof upon the Plaintiff. notified that suit to remove clouds ElmS Carr Black, and you are required Star-Advocate Classified Ads dwelling. 153 feet by

H.: EDWAhIMS and JOYCE C, or Plalntlffa attorney whose from the quiet and confirm the. to serve a copy of vourAniwer 577 feet deep. 3 bedroom,
EDWARDS, his wife and HAROLD flume and addreie let SMITHELLIOT Ilia to the above dneorlbed prop.erty or objection to show
J. FLAHARTX, AND BCHWALBK, 113:i baa been broua-bt aialnetn you ceuie why nell Petition ehould 1 bath house and swimming
Defendant Barnett National Bank Building.Jacksonville the above entitled eauee bv Ray not bo granted on the attorney pool presently on property.
Petitioner
Florida D2203, notInter Ie, Stone and U for Edward L. Stab-
JacquelIne
atone,
Close to
NOTICE OP SLIT shopping center
lop, the melllng .dd..... of whom
I.
than January 3W6. kin wife and hereby .
you are required
Tot OKORUH LOUIS and JULIAI.OUIW t.. file with the Clerk of I. Box 1448 Cocoa, Florida, and DEADLINE I p.m. Day Before NOTICE Business and Parkway Junior High I
his wife If rOil fail te do .0. decree. pro
file the original thereof In the of Publication for Wed. *.
thin Court your wrlttea appearanne School. $36,750 with some
04 Woodflne Road ao..f..o will b. entered aeainst .
floe of the Clerk of the Circuit Fri. U A.M. Bat. For MOD.Fubllcatloa .
Newport "...., Virginia. rOil for the relief d.m.nd.d lathe (pereonelly or kv attorney Court of Brevard County, terms.874Almost.
Florida
.. In nail suit on the Soih Uv of RUMMAGE SALE Opportunities
TOU ARE HEREBY directedto Complelnt amended
on or before the Bib day of January new. 3 bedroom.
December, 19M, and thereafter to WANT AD RATES
take notion that a suit haa beenfiled The nature of said eult beingfar 9 AM SATURDAY
file with nail Clerk your written NWS. Herein tall not or a I oenta per word 2 bath privately built homeon
agalnet you In the above forecloeure of morlgege recorded -
Court. The nature of the suit or In Volume 171 Page IU3 dcfeniea. If any to the ComulelnlIn Ured Decree asalnet Pro Confueo Wltnaeo will be en- Minimum CII.... Wo CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOR IMMEDIATE large 80 foot by 200 feet
.. you mv BUILDINGBy
said null preeorlbed by law.Heroin
prooeedlnge Is Complaint for and re-recorded In Volume MlPege ALL CLASHiriED ADS
a
hand and eeel. of aald Court In LEASE deep. Has dishwasher, disposal -
forecloeure of a mort..... Theerne 550 of the Official Rooordc fall not or a decree pre PAYABLE IN ADVANCE the Ladies' Clsss
Tlluavllle. Florida, thin 2nd
.. of the Court la which ...Idrlh. of Breverd County, Florida, tbedeecrtptlon .0111.... will b* entered .."In.t December 111<<. CURTIS d.v'of R. Except Ketabllebed: Account Way of Life Church.AT Two new Texaco Service Stations double carporte, 1

or proceedlnga la ponding of the property pro BARNES Clerk end adjacent to Cape Kennedy utility room. $17,500, with
'Ofl : WITNE.S my band and neal of aa of the sail to change the oleeilflcetlon
eeeded
.. Circuit Court the NinthJudicisi All that agalnet certain being aa followat.lIu,,'. suM Court at Tltuevllle, Rreverd Circuit Court bv V. 8. Si .nl-r.' of any advertisement from tbat LAST IT'S HERE! The Port Canaveral and $3500 down and $104 pays
Circuit. In
and for RiseTurd property County Florida, Ibis Mb day Deput Clerk ,CIRCUIT COURT ordered to conform to tbe policy .
County, Florida In ChanceryNo. and being In Breverd County, on MEAL amazing new talking BIBLE! Cocoa Beach. alLI7SAll
) of tbla .
.
M7M. The title of the unit ll Florida, more particularly deacrlbed of November.Curti. R.A Semen D. 1M4. Doe 4. U, II. 26 erI.) 1554.IN p..r.Tb. Now you can hear the inspired INQUIRE new brick home.

GENERAL GUARANTY MORTGAGE aa followi: Aa Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn be reeponelble War-Advocate for more will than not word exactly as spoken J. W. McCreary, P. 0. Box 936, Separate dining room,
COMPANY. INC.. Flor.
Ida rorporatlon, ve. CASH a BROTHERS Lot. S and 10 Block I. Lot. and for Brevard County NINTH THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT, IN one Incorrect insertion nor will and written! For home demonstration Melbourne Florida PA3-S434 family room double garage .

INC., a Florida corporation W, 80 83, (4 and 88. Block 1, Florida.By V .H. "paneli I AND FOR BREVARD COUNTY, It be liable for any error In write Box A-10, or Texaco Inc., P. 0. Box 18S. central heat and air
: M. C. RTETTRRl' LOVE COUNTRY CUllS HEIGHTS. beput.y: Clerk FLORIDA Claetlfled Dlaplay Kite Star Advocate. Tltuivllle. Fla., 2672945. conditioning hardwoodfloors
Available
LACE LUMBER ('OMPANY. FOURTH ADDITION according on RequeelTbe
epnrtnoruhipt NO.
(COURT 8KAUormen CHANCERY 2DK1SNUrll 4 bedrooms, 2
CONRAD IXI.V. to tbe pInt thereof ae recorded ( F. Burke 'K TO AI'I'KtBAll Bier-Advocate raservonthe .
In Plat Book IT, Page Telephone a baths plus many extras in
NOTON DISTRIBUTORS INC., Uti Flret Federal Building ) ItKKKM prlvlleeo of rovlelni or rejecting -
a Florida eorporatloni MYTH ST Public Reoorde of Brevard P. O. SoC I4VTOrlando. JAMES LEROY McVEY any advertIsement Day 267-6808 Child Care this lovely home. Pricedat

LUMBER COMPANY, a Florid. County Florida.WITNESS Florida Plaintiff wblcb It deeme oblectlonebledvertleemenl Night 2671399ALCOHOLICS $26.650 with 10% down
corporation JAMES R. GRAY. mv hand and the Attorney for Plaintiffs. VI to a ruler r extent ANONYMOUSIf 890-Extra
large 3 bedror
JR., JUNE L. BHELTON former.Iv seal of eald Court at Tltuevllle ANN than Ibo coet of Ibe
McVEY
Nov. 10, 2T. Dat\ 4. 11 Frl.) 1984. apace
June L Fennell anil WM I'lorlda. this 2nd day of December TVftmilant occupied by the Item In the you want to drink. that's your RELIABLE WOMAN WILL do home. Large double garage

1SARIIHAIA.. SMITH JR. asuryivln. IKJ4. IN THB COUNTY JUDUK'8 Till!: STATIC OF FLORIDA TO! .dvrrtleement.All business. If you want to stop with plenty of extra spice
directors and Trunteoa I COURT IN AND FOR BREVARD ANN MeVEY Department! drinking that's our business. babysitting in my home. for tools
CURTIS R. BARNES, Clark. your and work-
of Causeway Beach Compenv. References. 267-0288.
a COUNTY FLORIDAIn clO: EAST CARLET PLACE 1100 Hopklne Ave.
dleeolved Florida corporation I of the Circuit Court ne Relate of SAN DIM A'. CALIFORNIA.YOU Dial 267-4711 shop. Central heat and air

JAMES'" B. METRT and ANNS BTl V. I. SoanslerDeputy CI.IIICourt GEORGE W. STUBBS, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Office Bourn t:00 to 6-SO CHILD: CARE by hour, day or conditioned. Dishwasherand
RETRY, his wife! OBOROE DeconeedTUOTICE bat a Complaint for Divorce baa Animals
mall Malllne Addreee. Drawer ATltuevllle. week Indian River Heights.j disposal are included
LOUIS and JULIA LOUIS. bla ;
TO IKKDITORS been filed agalnil you In the. .
Fie.
., MICHAEL J. HATES 5 Deo. 4. II, IS 21 IFrl.) 1M4.N All credltore of the aetata of above etyled Court and you are 2673766. in the low price of $16,250.

4 1// smile mam WILLIAM C. TRICK GEORGE W. STITRBa. Aftm...eel.a. required to file your original An- PUPPIES FOR Christmas, $650 down and approx.
.fAt DOB M. TRICK his wife) .. hereby l'OII'I.i.d"u r.d war er other defense to the healthy 2 males, 1 female CHILD CARE, hour week. Experienced $115 per month all.
H EDWARD and 10 file say eluDes demande Malntlffa Complaint with the. Small short-hslred be pays
or
can IRC 267-7238.
csre. J39
THE: CIRCUIT COURT Oil'THII $350 down.
JOYCE C. EDWARDS. his wifesod which they may have agalnet the Clerk of the. eald Court and te Special NoticeIF 267-5387. 2 bedroom, 1
HAROLD FLAHARTY., : NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT nail eelele la tbe office of County nerveatrue cop thereof uponPlelatlffe registered bath home close to .chools
The deecrlpllona of the reel nrop OF FLORIDA IN AND udire of Brevard County Florida, attorney, whose. name Citrus Fruit and
YOU interested shopping Newly paint
in lots
FOR BREVARD COUNTY are BEAGLE
DeUce Involved In said prooeedlnge. III the Courthouee at Tltuevllle.lor and addreee appeara below, aame PUPPIES. registered
deecrlbed In lbs Complaint are aa CHANCERY NO.' M753NOTII )' Ha, within .1. calendar to be nerved on or before January acres, hotines and apart'ments. choose now, pick up at And Trees ed and decorated. Enclosed
ollowai' E: OK OUT menthe from the date of tbe tint th, IMS call the Edwsrd'i Christmas, reasonable. 2C7- front and back porches.
FEDERAL: NATIONAL MORTGAGE -
lot ST. Block' "B". YEN.KTIAN .
ASSOCIATION publIcation of thin noUc. Each HEREIN FAIL NOT '"r a Realty Branch office Mr. 0285. Priced at $10,500, $350
a oorporatlon
WAY. according to claim or demand muet be In writn Horee Pro Confeeea will bentered TANGELO ORANGE
tile plat thereof ae recorded organleed and dieting under South Hop- trees, down and approx. $75.00
end must elate the place ofeeldence agalnit yeu for the relef .-
rltzll'26l
In Plet Book 14 p... 7S Pub. nn Act of Cengreee pureuanto and poet office addreeaf demanded In the Complaint 2, MsgnoliaPlaza. Boats For Sale balled in burlap. Approximately monthly pays

lie Recnrde of Brevard I the Federal Charier National Act MortgageAuoclMlon having the claimant and mont be WITNESS my bend and Seal of 4 ft. tall, deliver to 744-Fish Camp..auGood location -

County Lot Florida. le principal office In the City wore to bv the claimant hie the Court Ibla Jet day of Decem your door. Saturday only. Excellent
11, Block "B", VEM.XTIAN \ hie buildings
gent or attorney, It will .
or bar loll 1965
WAY. according .f Wnsbineton DI.lrlet pf ColUmbla Guaranteed 30 days. Cash on 5 rentals.
to
become void according to law CURTIS R. BARNES Clerk IM THE ciRcrrr COURT : Separate fish and
the Plat blat Book thereof ae recorded In 1.laliff. THOMAS U. STUBBSKiecutor of Circuit Court THE NINTH JUDICIAL, cf/ 5 HORSEPOWER delivery $350 each and up tackle building. Beer license.
14. pege 75 Public
of the Kelate ofUeorge II'V.. S. HpangbrDrpuly
Rnoorda of Brevard County, ve W. Htubbe' deceaeedWlllUme Clerk C'OUNTT.Cl IT. IN FlORIDA AND FOR BKBVARD Phone 2672810. Shown by appointment .

Flnrlda., MICHAEL: I R. STRANGE and *. Oelllch rotllT "teA'.) IN CHANCERY NO. :5 75I JOHNSON
ot. 1,1 15 and 1.. Block "A",
VENETIAN WAY according NANCY T. STRANGE hi. wife P. O. Box. I FloridaAttorneve MMelbourne. FRANK CLARK III NOTICE; Of KOHI.CLUMIKEI : : OUTBOARD MOTOR For Rent 772-Business opportunity.
Attorney at Law
'
thereof Defendanta.STATE IT Combination
to the restaurant
nlal recorded
>i
for ExecutorNov.
140 Sib Avenue
',, In Pint Book 11, pege 144. OF FLORIDATO M. IT. Deo. 4. 11 (,.,1.) 1M4 ndlalantlc. Florida THB: BROOKLYN SAVINGS FOR RENT fountain and drugs. Good
l4 Public Records of Brevard : MICHAEL 1. R. STRANGE:, BANK u New York Banking This 8M cubic inch motor Is
Deo. 4. II, IS. U iFrl.) 19M.VOTK location doing good bus
whoee last known mailingaildreee Corporation,
p. County Florida, IN TIeR COUNTY Jl'DOE'gCOURT the most dependable outboard Floor Sanders, Polisher
-
le 481. Weether iness. Owner has
Plaintiff other In
AND IN AND FOR BReVARD 'R OP PETITION made. Phone AM 7-3255
Squadron APOJ New York v..
lot >0 .
Block "B", VB.V.KTIAN COUNTY. FLORIDANITICK terest. Call for details.
SON ADOMIOXla
!
New York DAVID M. COOK and SANDRA Paint Outlet
: Factory
WAY. according to TO HKUITOMS the Circuit Court In and for 604-Prime Business location.
his plat thereof recorded In You are hereby notified that a I. COOK bla wife Comes equipped with I gallon !
ae loll .. In IN liE, ESTATE OF Brevard County Florida Chancery Baldwin Shopping Center 98 feet
Plat Book 14 page 75. Public suit been filed .1..1 you Defendant fuel tank. on U. S. No. I, 115
STACY JONES. SR.Deceaeed. No. 2976?. In Re
Record of Brevard he above entitled cause and Ib.tyou Adoption eflennMh TOl DAVID K. COOK aad feet bedroom
deep. 3
County, 2
Florida. are required. to file your anwer Rev Wllllama, a minor, SANDRA I. COOK. MAC'S CAPE KENNEDY ,
You or other reeponelve pleadlnge All creditor of the e ute of by Ellaa Carr Black hie etepather. Reeldenco unknown Wai . 5270.50 bath home. Zoned for retail -
are with required the to file '0111'A".r with the Clerk of tkle Court and toM Stacy 10...... BY, demeaned are To Larry Eugoae Willma TOU ARK: HEREBY: NOTIFIED EQUIPMENTSales business etc. $27.500.

Circuit Court end Clerk sense of a the rve a copy thrroof upon the hereby notified and required to the place of renldenoe of bet a ault to .... a Morte NOW I. $230.50ROGERS Rentals Repairs 56*-Small lot zoned for business -
none file
thereof l.lnllff or Plaintiff Altorneve any claims or demands which wbom Iv unknowni You ere hereby ... baa been flirtS ...1..1 you la Construction EquipmentHand
upon and plainlifrssttornynwhoee ..,... Chose name and eddreee le (',of. they may have ...Inot nail eetate edified that a Pellilea hue the above Court bv lbs above Tools located on U. S. No.
name I.
Ik
ton. Brewer 4 Holland 6Uf F.IIIIAv..u. In the office of the County keen> filed ,In the above etvled earned Plalatlff. The 1 in center of town. Prime
PHARR ABNKR of Turnhull i and Judge of Brevard Florida, properly 88 E. Merritt Is.
County Court bv Ellaa Cain Black for Csusewsy
Tltuevllle. Floridn. not 1OU..t to be fereclo.ed Ie
Abaer. an fol' location. 50 ft wide. 130
lulls 4m>. New Eo.l.ntRuiidin0. I
In the Courthouee
Tltuevllle. he
adoption of Kenneth
later than December n. 1M4. II Key OUTBOARD Days S36-8WO-Niiht: 636-0160
Poet Office Box It?. Florida, within etC calendar iuzit ft. deep. $10.000 with 29%
Winter you fall to do ae. a Decree PmConfreeo Williams a minor, by the .. In Block L of GARDEN.
than tile Park Mb. day Florida of January not inter A.DIMS will be entered agalnil monlha from of tbe this date of the flretpublication Petitioner Ellaa Carr Black, and DALE according to the plat 1103 GARDEN ST. APARTMENTS FOR RENT down.
notice. Eachclaim :
for tba relief demanded In tkecomplaint. you are required te serve a copy
aa required bv you thereat recorded. In Plat Book 431-Owner needs cash. 143
law or alee
or demand snOut bo In writ-
This cult la to foreeloeo ef your Aanwer or objectIon. toskew 11. at Paso SO. of tbo Publlo 267-6414
a Decree Pro Co..f._ will lie ins and muet elate the FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM. building lots north of Titus-
a mort..... The real property place orrealdcaco faa.. why said PetiUeashould Reeorda el Brevard Count.
entered
IN WITNESS eaalnet you. proceeded aailaat let and poetofftce eddreee not be greeted on the al- Florida brand new, irconditioned, ville, priced at $275 per lot.
WHEREOF t Lot It, Block EE. Sherwood of the claimant and muatewera be brace for Petitioner. Edward: L.Stahley. Building & Const.
nave hereunto eel my band ..114.11I..4 to by the claimant kin the addreee YOU ARE REQUIRED to fileyear couple only, no pets $100. 410-100 x 100 foot lot zoned
Park Sevtloa B. according la melllng of
mv official eeel at Tltue. Plat thereof ae recorded In ...nl. or his attorney, or It will whom In Box 144S. C_. Florida Court Answer end to with serve the a Clerk of the Phone 267-0748 or 267-46S4._ for multiple family dwell
"111., Brevard County Florida.thla Flee Book. U. Page 14. public become void aoeordlng I. law. .nd rile the original thereof lahe Ptalntirra Attorney COPT IRVING UPOIItb. NIDY CONSTRUCTION, resi- ings. Priced at $5000 with

15S lad day of December AD ......rd..f Brevard County Dated ,December. S. 1M4 office of the Clerk of the NATHANSON. P. O. Box 54. Caeoa. > dent!,!., commercial and n. UPPER APARTMENT 2 bed some terms.
Florida' /n Claudia Irene Joaea CIrcuit Court of Breverd County Florida not later than December 2 bath available Dec.
CURTIS R. BARNES modeling. 12 In Titus room.
WITNEm mv band and seal. ofnnld Claudia Irene Jonea Florida, on or Before the Ilk day 21. 1.... If you fall to done years 160-150 acres available.
Clerk of the Circuit Court Ancillary Eiocutrl. of the ville. Licensed and bonded. 12. 267-3269 after noon.
Court at Tlluevllle. BrevarCuuntv. of January lOla. Herein fell not a decree pre eonfeeeo will Priced at $500

By Breverd: V. ft.County.Hpanglw Florida Nevemhor.. Florida 1054.Ct'RTIS Ibla 19t" day of DeceaeodDee. (slats of Stacy Jonea Sr. or entered a Decree agalaet Pro you.Conffiee Wltneee will any be be relief entered drmended agalnet In Ike you for laa Phone AM 7-2328. FLORIDA APARTMENTS 20% down and Cfan:7D

(COURT SEAL Deputy Clerk R. BARNES 4. 11. IS. M frit) 1M4. bead and seal ef nail Court In WITNESS my band and Complaint.the seal BusinessAnnouncements close in. efficiencies weekly, 111'1. at 6% interest.
Clerk of the Circuit Court Tlluavllle. Florida thIs Ind day 01
of aald Court at Brevard County
L. Pkerr Abase Breverd County. IOI'ld.tCOURT lId' THE COUNTY Jl'DOSr December 1_. CURTIS R. monthly rate air conditioned.
Ihla lth day of
Turnbull and Abner Bv V. S. Spongier COURT IN AND FOR BRKVARD BARNCtt. .. Clerk of the laid Curtle R. B..November... lti. 417 Julia Street
Vult 4M Now England BuildingP.
SEAL COUNTY. FLORIDA Circuit Court bv V. M, Spanitl.
Clerk ef Circuit Court
O. Box :Z1T Nov. lii, :St. Deo. 4. 11 irri.) 1 M.NUTItlf IN PROBATE. JoolluIY Clerk ICIRCUIT COCKY By: V .. svenglerIVouly ARTISTICALLY DECORATED
Winter Park. Florida !mtTIf TO CNKUITOH SEAL WE CAN answer dirty
your
Attorney for PlaintiffDee. IN RE ESTATE or Dcc. .. 11. ,I. :a lOll' IM4."A Clerk apartment completely furn
4. 11. IS. M iFrt> I.... WILLIAM VASIL. I"OrRT SEALINov. floor problems! Ws clean lobed Private driveway

TO I Na.lITOK DECEASED 19, *, Dee. 4. II iFrl 1H4. floors walls, etc., in stores, Storage. Adults. 904 Indian
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN You and each of you are hereby All credltora of the estate oWllltem offices, homes; dally, week.
9 AND FOR BREVARD COUNTY notified and required I. treeee Vaelk' deoMeed, ere here. River Avenue.
FLORIDA.IN a., clalme and demaada which by notified and required to file NOTICE or I.TK1IITIO TO ly monthly. J. C. JanitorIal
CHANCERY. pee, or either .f you. may have en, .1.1.... or demaade which .K40l.T. PItTlilol 1915 I Service 267-4807. GIRL TO SHARE apartmentwith
CASE NO. 28'4' halest the ..t.,. ef OSCAR they may have aialnet nail eel In complIance with Movee Bill tingle girl-teacher. Modern DANEHBURGREALTY
CHARTER MORTGAGE COMPANY SMITH ...,....4. (late of BrevardCounty. ate la tie offloe of the County No. 117$. Chapter Number JOeU. Business furnished S
a corporation. Florida. to the CosutyJudee Judge of Brevard County, FlorIda Law. of Florida Act et 141. tile completely
Plaintiff of setS eouatv, at bla of. la the ..urtll..... at Tltti.- uadralan4 will mleter the rooms private bath, all utilities .
Y.. floe I* the Courtboueo, Tltuevllle.Florida. vine. Florida, within alx calendar Clerk et the Circuit. r..I. Breverd OpportunitiesGOING included. $42.50 267
ROSE' HILL BUILDER OF within sic caleada moalke from tbe dale of the fire County FlorIda spec receipt 1137.
COCOA. INC. a Florida torpor monthe from the dele *f flret pebiscatloe .f 1..1. .0U.. Each: of proof of publleeteaii ef
15H South
atloai et al. publication of tkle aollr .. tie claim or demand mud bo la writIng \, this otlco. the following ftoMttoua INTO L'lSURA1'iCE1If WashingtonAM
Defeadeata.NOTICE am* will be barred Each claimor end must state the place of name, te-wlt: "Garden Golf ua- you are considering entering FURNISHED APARTMENT for 7-3858
OF SI IT demand DI".I'". In maane residence and poet-office addreeeof gem which I aea eageged m Miniature the life insurance business, couple or three working men.
THE: STATB OF FLORIDA and form ae required bv law. the claimant and must bewora Golf Canine at Tlluevtne. it 602 Tropic. Open "S, Mon. thru Sat
TOI THE VERNON COMPANY WILLIE E SMITH to by the ....\, kinsgmL Florida, aad Ikal the uuaerelgaetla you owe to yourself and or by appointment
a corporation with It. prlnclpal EXECUTRIX: or hie attorney or It will lot of people would liis the only: peree iBtareeted In your family to check what 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED. (24 Hr. Tel Ans. Service
p place of bualneee aDM CROFTON BREWER *. become void ae ordlag to law to hatt post no bills'signs on sail buaioeMPatd the John Hancock cm offer )
Not suitable for smsll child Where buyer and setter .
L Moines Notional Rank HOLLAND Emmaauel VeenKxerulor at TOMvllle Florida this In Tltujvill expect
Uulldlng. l>.e Molnra. Iowa: l>. O. HOX Ml MS Palm Ave of tfcr Eetate of their mail boxen." tl day of 1'10'' __. A IX 14. you ana. Call ren. 217-253 and get better and aster
D WON) KIN, INCORKOK Tlluevlll Florid William VaalU ........... John ......... for an appointment with Mr. Service

ATED a corporation with Nev. M n. Dee. 4. 11 (Frl) IM4. Die. 11. 1$. a Jea. 1 t FL) 19S4. No*. IT 0.... a. LI. II tFrl.1 1W4. Juliet in COCM "26aO.. (Continued on next page) I.





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A Little .Homework Reading Classifieds Bring Top Grade Results I


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(Continued from preceding p.,.' For Rent For Rent For RentWARBHOUSB For Sale i ENVELOPE BueiMM ..... --

', For Rent HOUSIS fOR RENT FURNITURE DISCOUNT for maihitr. Full stock at BUILDERS
SALES. Mattresses offered at Star-Advocate.
I' DUPLEX FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED OFFICES FOR RENTOn SPACE warehouse prices. See us today I
HOUSE available Monday. 2111 Garden St. Nldy,, WANTED"FOREST
2 BEDROOM, BATH, unfurn- 287-3603. U.S. 1, prime location call Shopping Center 367-5733 or, I IF I
',, {shed apartment rinse, like 267-8866. WAREHOUSES NOW UNDERconstruction. 267.1_ HILLS !
SL In Tltuivllle,
t- Yen are new
new. Call 2672570. SCOTTSMOOR, ROOMS FOR RENT Any site up to I I -
bedroom furnished house, $61 30,000 square feet, lease. 267- you can save time and ESTATES"JUST
2 BEDROOM DUPLEX. New month or will rent sleeping 0664. Industrial or commercial PIANOS ORGANS energy with our service JESS W. CHILDRE
t January. 1964, furnished air- rooms. Will sell Equity. See NURSE WILL car for elderly apace available. Make this a Christmas the and see a wider selection A FEW LOIS
conditioned; Mlm area. Call after S p.m. person .in new private home. whole family wilt rememberfor .f homes and enjoy the LEFT Ml ALTO If ILS ..
267-0391 after 5 pm. 2578903.HEATED lean to come. New most courteous us Itanc.. r'A
LARGE PARTIALLY Furnished PRIVATE entrance For Salt Spinet pianos start at $399. Call ws now, day or mite. CHAS. JANNARONXTltuivillt :
HOUSIS FOR RENT home, Indian River Qty and bath. 1 or 2 men $10 Select your own payment Day Phone 247411 er Shopping Center f
267-0413. plan.Guitars. 247-5123. Nite 247-OS70. AM T-3441
,DUPLEX 3 BEDROOM 1'% weekly. Phone 2672090. 30" ELECTRIC RANGE $50 ukulele, band instru
; baths 322 Olander 2 .BEDROOM. UNFURNISHED FURNISHED FOR comfort clean and good condition ments. ED KITTLES ________ 1 I
:r.m'rla; River 2"7-S933. 2 S Darden. TV. air conditioned in private 267-6108 after 5:30: ,.m. KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC I AGENCY

City or call 287-77M. 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED, home for refine per. USED 2126 W Tropic 267-633_ I ill S. Washington Ave
WATERFRONT RENTALS. 1 carport, utility tile bath eon 2673096. 1-3 piece walnut bedroom suite I
house completely furnished electric range. Children wel SLEEPING ROOM for men. 1.set of bunkbeds. 1S piece (Continued on next page) :aw us No. j WHITE ACRESNo
$115 house unfurnished $70. come. $90 month. Call 267- single or double private en dinette, l-cedar chest, piano -- --------- river I frontage
Both houses with boat docks. 4487 after 6pm.UNFURNISHED Horn Furniture Company of appro 650' to
trance 2670968.:
<4< bedroom.
2673565.MISCELLANEOUS. new bulkheadline quallfyinN.w
Oak Mime
Call Roberts Realty,
3 BEDROOM 2 bathSell Price $17.300,
ROYAL COLONIALGARDEN adjacentto
Hill. 3483121 anytime : TV AND MAID service 327
house (Whispering Hills) Avenue. HOUSEHOLD Howard John Down payment $800.( Monthly
Rent $110, vacant Dec 13. Washington goods, desk to dishes APARTMENTS tun's $73,000. payment $127 Including principal.
2670968. FURNISHED ROOM for gentle lamp to electric train 33 Interest, tarn and lasurance. -
men. Private entrance $15 a North Lenore, 5 to 9 Friday. "Welcome to Gracious Living" OS US No. 1 river frontage. .
EXECUTIVESECRETARIES FURNISHED 4 bedroom borne. week. 2674463. 9 to 9 Saturday and Sunday approx. MO' to new bulkhead
immediate occupancy. Preschool 4 bedroom. alrcondtuoned These Luxury one bedroom apartment of spacious casual line J1KK1 per front New 3 bedroom Sib .bilh.
age children accepted. SLEEPING ROOMS and efficienclet home, no qualification. elegance with Individually controlled air conditioning foot :Sell price $14,900. Down P3r
Large yard $135 monthly, for rent. 801 Oran and heating Deluxe baths, electric kitchens UW US No t river frontage ment $:\\O. Monthly payment
.
S48 Lenore Avenue 267-6633. 267 2439. . line > $130 per frontfoot. tenet, taxes and ixauragee.New .
.
:2 BEDROOM partly LARGE ROOMS, gentlemen, telephone outlets sound proof off street parking .
furnished, a'br ScotU- double. TV and PIANO. Can be seen spacious landscaped private grounds and manyother
urn tap salaries. Enroll $15 weekly Includingutilities 200' west side US No. 1 300'deep 3 bedroom. 2 bath.Sett
267.2398.TITUSVILLE features
moor. at Jack's Transfer and Storage
2674103.
adjacent to new price $16.000. Down payment
now for the Executive Sec 3 BEDROOM. 2 267.1754. AVAILAILI DIC. title, W4We quality Court. $06000 woo. Monthly payment: till

retarlal ceurse offered by bath, fenced citrus trees. STORE SPACE FOR RENT 1 HYDRAULIC tad gate lift low down payment including principal. Interest,
Cap Kennedy College ef $125 month. 267-9189 after I Fits W ton pickup. 2 7.9269. 2O'xI'IS' went .Ide.l l US No taxes and Insurance.
,.m. NEW STORE building for of. J. SMITH Realtor PHONE MT-MII 1 IRC area near new
Business and Technology.Day lice or business 15 x 60 ft Dutch Pantry $(>8.000. New 3 bedroom, 2 bath Coq.erntional .
OFFICE., FOR RENT Heated and airconditioned. DownTown 72'xaou' between financing. $$17,950.
and Evening Clause.Call -- -- -- -
Down payment $330. Large llv.
Phone 2178180.WARIHOUSI north and smith
713-ttOl NEW OFFICE, reverse cycleairconditioning l IT STANDSFOR lanes US No. 1 3ISuo, Ing room, turquoise kltched.
pa nailed FOR RENT I LOOKING FOR A HOME? Nice wooded corner mldontial furcpl+c..
walls, tiled bathrooms, Janitorial lot IRC area .
service and water WAREHOUSE, suitable for Don't Have The Down Payment? paved itrrcts and city Commercial sltei on U.S. Jta. 1
TIRED furnished Plenty parking shop, garage or storage In I water, SZStKi. and Garden Street from "' .000
space small fenced yard, see center of town. See H. H. INTEGRITYi THIN Wanted Ustmtiii all types to 75000.
to appreciate, 2673661. Hudson at St.r-Advocste._ : "llclii us to hl'lp'nur new Call

Tired gay Our of long Secretarial hours and Couri-'low WHY NOT TRADE mlifhlxiiVW.. J.: SMiTH, J. W CHILDRE:67- 563 Realty


es, designed to meet your sew have Realtor
needs, will help to have 'fl' .ilf Let ws show you you may your Dream 2001 s, Washington 1
you Hem the any way. If you have equity In house, Phone 207 till Read Star-Advocate
better hours and better payl 1 Let, Trailer. Beat Car Notes er Anything of Value Tltutvllle I Clmwifled. Ada
Call Us, We will take It In en a new hem for your
I family.


1 HOUSEWIVESA This la the official seal of "THE TRADING SPECIALISTS" LUXURIOUS
j e" t. the National Association of
o a J4 BEDROOM
rep Real Estate Boards Only
A !brush-up course er a Secretarial members of the Association SUTTON & ASSOCIATESREALTY CUSTOMOCSIWffttHOMnGNUftCI

J Course will help may display this seal And WOOCXOUn..
CO.
a only those who display this I
you find the part.time |lob seal may call themselves usn1flyWeu.
I you've been wanting.' Call .alters. 267 -9440 1528 S. WASH. II YnWAYMlNUTUTONASACAUSIWAX
I T, M. Barley Jr.,
,
a UMTER'
Cape Kennedy College) ef George Meq
AID ALL SCIDOLLf
e Business and Technology. J. W. Chlldre, Realtor
0'v' kh C Danenburg's Beach OWN YOU* OWN SPACIOUS HOMl tQR LISS THAN RtNTIPAKKLAND

y Realty
BE PREPARED si Dulfy'i Real EstateS t+Zr
Bryan-Conway & ESTATES
Winstead, Inc.
to earn a better "''try.t f ..e R ,". "O'e ....... Owe.aYi S Campbell Associates, .
Secretaries are In demand Inc NO MONeY OWN a NO CIMIN com TO
so prepare yourself for a Edwards Realty NEW HOMES vx rvacNMsu MINIMUM m* new ,.....Iy bewlNedI
4 t ... ... ....
higher,paying |lob by, .welling / ww'ae.P 'a AIIJCIraM' ,t";. Ed KJttJe.gene,' DESIGNED N.-f, IIIOOt modem d""ispaeea III wi$ae ae.1e
new for the Executive Harris Realty, Inc. the reel Moat the. pried l I .... -
btckfrronts
Secretarial Course offered L. B. Newman, FOR FETTER MMenry, with' 0 [big bfi4 oO NNaes.COyWat
Realtor seeped yerrfi Colonial I Iwrnlawmwlndn ; .,BSs....
Of LIVING Silo' belts with full eelerfixtures
i by Cap Kennedy College Donn Searle Realtors *. trris floors ipodouscloMti .rs..Mw...
Business and Technology. + M1t1.11 en-NWipirtMM' Stoner Realty with. lowered door e double I front

rr.wreNl.T Sydney Schwarti sliding gloss' doer verleoMitg'' yre 0 I3,9SO
SAND 4 IRS. TV a Mle window
aullHn (locks tills eMlllty
W. J. Smith
,. R DA o 40-gallen heel
TUSV t room wafer *
I 1)i 2" lATHS
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GIRL CINTIAl HIM 0 tMrei* eVIreweysOsndMOREI X75A
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Cj.2 BMuMM kitchens lullt-ln *
$11lOO-$1fOJO Tapped
FRIDAY
"North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate; Service"11l4eQct .....'iso tyO range with head ennaurf.. Double lIiFHA.ssoovoww
fw.u.rs also, ,.".. eeblnaltlMODIlf .
II N.ft..ngCe.'
are trained, efficient young (

women. Why net enroll now &- ...

for an Executive Secretarial .ConfJrJ.1 OPEN FROM 177 MONTHLY

Course af Capo Kennedy 11 'Ifltlwdlng' SMfnctele. ........, law*,
College of Business and anr Ill THIM NOW Mwresose, hII Io .IIt! let
Technology UJr nC.

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40l South ( Tel spleens NIAR SCHOOLS I CHUICMU a SHOPPING CINTIU a PAW

SPECIALIZED W19hington AM ;:; ;


N IINGUTON AVI TITUSVIllf HA PH, 367414*
TRAININGThe
asNsoew/oae.eeesssasrhe' De.
I 1. Just arrived in town? NEED ANEW .....,...,. n."$5.05, .e........
rARE eat ...-... ...
Y one tMrt *< ieieiM siNe
specialised training you tii HOME? Drive out Garden St.reet to Aw'" .. ..11I...SeolsIMM.is..,
will get at Cape Kennedy Singleton Avenue. Turn rig ht and SUCH *>*e t.*). t K 4 il. ......
sir aMMMMii tut swltag a fk g
of Business and
College proceed to new two story modeat l home YOU pier aid M* taM PrMie,eooeo/
Technology will enable you first lnter ction. Into rrnationwhom. ..f MM HI MrM........
LUXURY., ,..' ".,....... iKinJry*al
, te- earn a higher' salary and y available on at least twenty nee LOOKING FOR A ......M<* HNt ....,...,
hays a micro secure future. from All iota l tent, *, ""dos.>.., skeeaaiBludlo.
ranging J5MO.OO. on wW
.
I I. revs co.wq paved street with side wall toI, city L a yrl.Maad. Jr. NEW HOME ? FOR i; SO raeagMeod9M.el.lerd. .,

Pre.14. water and sewer. Moat homes Include Ysae Praeue.ae

: CALL 7UVS01 central heat and air condition g, dishan U LITTLE! @
.
washer and disposal Sale on .N.a
er writ .........."
III +1.araN.r.we. /
premises from 10:00: every day. I f ....M/e-e7wr....l
Director of Admisdent'
,
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: KENNEDY :. If you are WITHOUT TRM;rspon..taU d 1 lie 2 Bedroom Rental Aoartrnents

CAPE TATION, call for one of our toe it from $100 monthly Unfurnlaaod
SEE OUR QUALITY BUILT HOMES IK Models Now Open fur Inspection
conduct a tour of the Titusvil area. r ", ".>".. .. J... aw ..60dm", pea Oseseseey
COLLEGE OF e We can probably find the hoi ne that

exactly fits your family am I I your 1 FOREST HILLS


BUSINESS & budget 9 Different Models T. Chooe From IW.PEIUAL" TOWERS
; L 'x;.., M1daa.11MdnUa1 art ...*..,
.aIoe _". ........ IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYQUALITY w.r4I _


TECHNOLOGY & Wi" leatl BUILT BY ,
f'lJan.Conwa'J Jnc. !=r: ,=,
t\ I .

ItS Ceca N. Brevari Beech Fla.Ave. REALTORS INSURORS; I IF I I S II H E R CONSTRUCTION Phono 2I7-OM4 CO.

I Dial AM 7.2011-Day, Night or II liday I. r

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HOMES FOR

V A NO DOWN VISIT GARDENDALE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

I PAYMENT tecautlfut ',1 '" $15,000 TO $19,000

,Several Laif LOTS FOR IALB la FAIR GLEN.
A Community Of Fine Homes In Tifusville 34P10 to (tow Homes restricted to 1100 s<|. ft. minimum.


FH A LOW DOWN Only 2 Miles West of U. S.1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER


PAYMENT THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TILE BATHS A&O Garden 2674333 St, or TltusvUltI'honei 2872331'rleI.y

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I (Continued from prueoding page) For Sale For Sale Found Help Wanted Help Wanted Printing Needs!

ARE For Sale I w
FEMALE HELP WANTED
'* CARPETS # MALE HELP WANTED
OLD NEWSPAPERS suitableIn See The
REDBONE BLACX and
2 1 tan
PREMIUMWHITE packing and moving furniture Blue Tick. MAID WANTED. Motel exper. TWO MEN WITH direct sales
Rocky Coleman
TENGOOD wrapping, fish protect.log 100 pet 501 Nylon Buffalo Road. ience. Apply Three Oaks Mo. expedience; for the Cocoa. Star AdvocateNO
WALL floors and furniture whenflotc'd Up to 30 Sq Y4a., tel. Titusville area. New item andeasy
Big bundle 50c. Installed with Padding to sell. Write Box A-ll,
REASONSFOR : : EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
.
TIRE at Star- WantedPART
YOU TO SEE Advocate, rear of building. 1* Only $249.95* Help person.wanted. Must Larry's be 21.RestaurantUS Apply In Star Advocate. CASH DOW? 1 1It
1 Ic SALEBuy NOW
TAKING applications forElectrician'
TIME BAKER, (woman 1 N. you have a Beat Car,
Slightly damaged box spring.and .
US TODAYA 136.50. Foam I RICH CARPETS or man), waitress, cooks, helper. Clark Trailer, mOlt anything of
mattress
1 at Factory No Trade-'In: 6" mattress 2950. Walnut I I dibhwashers. call In person to CLERK STENO I, Recreation Electric Inc. 204 Magnolia value maybe you can have
J price plus tax and got 2nd tire corner tables 850. Sofa beds Indian) River Plaza Royal Chef. 2110 South Washington Department. Must have know. Avenue. that Lovely New Homo TEA
COOL BLUE FOR 1 Ic new and reupholstered $3950 267-2939 Avenue. ledge of typing and short ROUTE SALESMAN. apply Now, Don't wait See us PA?'.
and $49.50: Maple beds dam. I FEMALE HELP WANTED hand. Must be able to meet Foremost Dairies, Norwood Now, or call day or nito. cart
SWIMMINGPOOL plus tax and this ad. aged 1250. New electric GUNS public. Excellent working Avenue, after 3pm.OPENING Day Phone 547-0831 or 27. ease
NANCE'S TIRE STORE stove Frigldaire $9050. : conditions. Beginning salary 5323, Nit. J67-0570. tattli
LADY FOR housework 4V4
730 South Dixie 23600 per month. 525 Palm FOR
2514 S. Hopkins Ave TOP CASH I days. Must enjoy children ED KITTLES i, A hiplus
Avenue. salaried Vacation bene-
man.
In 3 minutes for good used
located ------- Old U S. 1 and have references. 267
Cots with this excellently Furniture fits. Call for appointment
older home. Featuring GREER McMORRlS. INC. Indian River 6513. MALI HELP WANTED Miami Herald, 267.6151 AGENCY I prof'fasti
City
thro nice bedrooms, a ill S.
Washington Ave.
and nrIMACHINE Repossessed furniture outlet WOMAN HANDLE routine PARTY CHIEF and rod men lulus
wonderful family room
I Urge fenced In rear yard. 543 U.S. 1 IRC or (10 S. Hopkins SEWING MACHINE repair, all paper flow, typing and filing survey crew. Apply 11 Main (Continued on next page PletCM
TItusville makes. Phone 267-9208. part time. Write P. 0. Box Street, Titusville <
Total payments are only
2671399 Day or Night 1045 Titusville. _n ___ _m_
month. See It today. -
$93 per DUE TO divorce have
we a \ipinel
SINGER AUTOMATIC ATTRACTIVE, NEAT nighttime
repossessed 64 model swing
Training Console model, original price needle dial-o-matle, like waitress wanted. ApplyIn This StandsFor *!
$300, pay balance $62, or re new, makes hundreds of, person to Jerry Fields SECRETARIESBRUSH rled
BESTBUSINESS liable party assume $7 pay. fancy stitches, makes automatic .. Colonial Lounge 11 a.m. to 2 able
BUY ments. Sewing machine does buttonholes. Sews on p.m. Quality Thl
IIIillJ all fancy designs, eig-zag buttons, blind hems monograms The
wmiir stitching. Write Credit Man darns, patches etc. UP COURSE ear
Prime location on U.S. ...,. ager, Box A.8, Star Advocate, Assume remaining 4 pay. Men And Women mor
1 South. Ready for In* I I for free home demonstration, menu of yi.50. Phone Credit 'SSpLUTIONyAoR into
( mediate U I.. At proton* no obligation. Manager 2673411. mm
price It still I flood invei Neededto Now Available into
went property for future I BARGAIN HOUSE AZALEAS, assorted sizes and R star
Increase. Call now white New and Used Furniture and : colors. All We. 267-0907.) ()
train assistant
price Is It HI right.NEW PROGRAMMING appliances..] We buy, trade andseu. 7 SAFAIR HEATERS $10 each. managers an In convenient managerand CLASSES NOW FORMING ..UDmut
IBM Key Punch Refrigerators $23 and I Call 267-3922. Seminole Motel. type markets. Good salary, plus
IBM Verifying up. guaranteed 2510 HopkinsAve hospital Insurance, paid vacation lT18S1 ES uati
Phone 267-4703.: Open GOKART AND trailer 150.: Excellent opportunity DESIGNED FOR WOMEN EMPLOYEDBY allo
Burroughs (F-1100)) until
Friday nights 9. Lionel train, wide tracks on for advancement with ex. I
4 BEDROOM I Typing b Filing CAN BE FINANCED plywood board $30. 267-7504. panding chain. Apply L'il CAPE CONTRACTORS This is the official Seal and ing

$3fO DOWN $7 PER MO. I Adding Machine. UNFORTUNATECIRCUMSTANCES: VENTED GAS heaters 20,000 General Stores, Inc. 531 Park of the National Associa- ing
All city floors convenience, 2 baths, Ter.razza Formica ,, DAY EVENINGSCALL BTU'S $1250 each 801 Orange at. Tilusville. Fla. ADVANCED Shorthand theory tion of Home Builders. apc,
kitchen cabs., Central Leaves us with a like new Street. 2673400. Only members of the plea
heat, carport. H. who FLA.. TECH. COLLEGE Automatic tig nag sewing I ------- ------ ADVANCED Shorthand Dictation National Association and inK!
.,. 7U-SS7S machine. Please take up last' ant
hesitates Is I. ADVANCED ,
Typing allowed -Ill
7404 N. Atlantic Avo. 4 payments of $804 of $2800or local association are
Capo Canaveral, Fla. .cash. For information Call RESTAURANT & LOUNGE Business English-Grammar & Punc- to display this
,
267 5530 !
FHA RESALEAIR ___ seal: areVlll<
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Consists of CONDITIONED 3 bedrooms, largo Wanted Business Spelling Alexander Construction ales
utility room, modern Help Penmanship Company ty
kitchen. Beautifully land City comfort. Broyhill Development pal.Caa.
,
scaped lot with fenced Business Terminology Engineering m..
1
a roar i Years old but looks WAITRESS HOSTESS i Childre Homes Inc.
Country charm! Business
brand new. Reatonable Psychology iJlOB
Cowart & Carter, Inc.
down payment and $17 per IN' BEAUTIFULLAN'I'ERN COOKS DISHWASHERS
Telephone Technique
month makes It yours. II Cozart Const. Company T

PARKTitusville's BARTENDERS PORTERSNewest 18 WEEKS 100 HOURS Fisher Construction Co. )
) MODEL HOMES Most DistinctiveNew
Newest
SACRIFICE SALE! Subdivision, and Finest Operation In this Area. Certificate Received Upon Completion I Futch Construction Co. Abod1CH

Don't mill out en thoie I Excellent opportunity for experienced porsonnoll Non-Interest Student Loans AvailableFor John Beach ....
-
lovely homes In one of the COME OUf'[ TODAY ,
fastest growing sections of Louis & Brown, Inc.
in Person
Apply to Further Information IGK
the city.lied All bedroom.have ,thranice two AND SELECT YOUR LOT Mr. Charles Zelenko Justice Homes, Inc. Chris

baths, modern kitchens, Call 183.9501 Northwood Builders Inc 147'
many ether desirable faa + While Largo Selection of Lots Assures Your m
tur... Sale priced at |lust Penziner Bros. lie!
.A .!sect Choice of Location.
15500. with low-low pay Robert Evans
ments. You can make areal 4 Pre Grand Imperial Towers CAPE KENNEDY COLLEGEof 196J
Ronald Moretto
deal en one of th.... Elms J '

Opening j Tiffany Builders, Inc. INA

ASSUME FHANO 2825 South Washington Are. TltusvllU, Fla. James Trimble ISM
Some Models Now
QUALIFYING BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY William Everman
Llko n.w homo on well land'scapod '. 267.6325 Homes
195 N. Brerard Cocoa Bach Fla. Wingate \
lot In Imperial l' ; OpenDIRECT

from Eslafos.school Just bus stops slop. away Walk r is'. :;;r' Drive.Wilt ,.Cordon; Street TI, Car "E I / ............ ........................ [. ...................................................KK+t4K tKKKtYKK'tKKMr ,
across street to .r..'. \ ;/ pentor flood:wrn north for'one and ah I Il
largest shopping canter 3 +I s Xtnttrn Park I

bio bedrooms tremendous carport, 2 Maks kitchen file reason,baths dou-*, I : FISh R R"'''CONST. CO, s ; @xiD@[ :i) @D out & seer 7abi

and
able down payment PHONE 26 .OSU
assume $110. total, month. h' J I


ly HURRYI DSONF payments CE BETTER ..J.Ji I r Something Good. Something Different ]I ti I


I r
sc I Jr t Yj I r

Room to ME roam IN In this truly I s II IIJBE Y Something New In This Area j

i north spacious side.new Has homo 3 bedrooms on the t ,. -. !

(largo), glant-slis living ,' 20
room, 2 built-in baths, enclosed II 'j !... nor ere
If
Overshodlot II "
garage. ;
c
surrounded by doslr. r TIRED OF COLD LOOKING CON. iful om
able homos. Just 114,500. J
with $600 down FHA, NOt CRETE WALLS, THEN SEE r-- ,"5.-r' -_ -4. am
DOWN VA. Buy this weak i+ r "car
and you can pick the col
ors. fr. BRiiflIA VENy *

( I _____ $PorLIG1itt'ACREAGE r ,. -- 1A

NEW Small select subdivision of 32 lots, paved streets, i iII'
'sidewalks, wonderful water. Nothing like it in' oY

BEDROOMONLY $ On. this area featuring Owens-Corning fiberglass .
IWO DOWNA .. Insulated side walls with exteriors of beautiful A 952H
real Doll House. Largo
bodrooms, ample closets, California redwood and brick for a lifetime of
built-in kitchen. Recessed = carefree maintenance. Price from $3-6,000 below ,
front porch, sliding glass Brevard County Market : :
doors to largo roar patio. ,

Just high per month off and Cordon dry includes lot.Stroot every JI7.00, on 115 ACRES Located A" Excellent North Iuyl.f Mimi, i qj Find One Like It _'.0 ,

thing. This Is a scarce

Item. 5 ACRES i Jk ( And I'll Buy It j
MR. EXECUTIVE In L. Grange Aru. i iA iA ia ia ia ia ia ia ii is ix

Lot us show you this custom 5 ADJOINING LOTS e Over 1800 sq. ft. living area, plus garage or double carporte. Total price These Homes
built home In lovely Oar. r $16,960. Featuring 4 spacious and I really do mean spacious master bedrooms
dondalo. In quiet establish. In Scoesmoar, .n IIClllent buy. 14 x 16'5", each with walk In closets. Wood paneled family room ''I I Don't Meet CompetitionThey .

od neighborhood.bodrooms, largo 3 specious pan 3 BEDROOM 2 .1 ACRE(N.w) .1 large dining room, dream kitchen and continental cooking center and tiled Make It \ I

olod family room openingInto on LOT, I.. snack bar. Huge living room and 2 over-sized baths. 11\
kltchon. 2 car gorago.Doslgnod rudy to move I". II' Other Beautiful Models Available as little as
by architectand
on
constructed by o qualIty High and Dry, All UtlbtFront.g. & 4 BEDROOM I BATH
builder. Soiling price 20 ACRES
Call today en 2 County I j ji I
under 10,000.
I 700
.4oe''o Down
for appointment to Inspect Roads ..tno ealistically Price I n

ou"U Y{ /3 FROM ,
"
4 PRODUCING GROVES i 1"' \
I SEE TWO \ s I II
Vory desirable now homes. See UI for details. a\\ \) [ 13,900 1 I
In Whispering Hills. SoilIng i w .
for lust $1tM. but -
also a\O --
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FHA appraised for $21,100.and I Q \ """'--r' '
sUOO. Roomy In t ,,, \1\t i
2cagaragos Excellent U. S. No. 1 Frontage r; 0 \ I ."
every respect plus iS F
The Bill In Cornea FromDUFFY'S ,, A -
Lot us show you Acreage v o ,
a reel .boroojnjCALL SU .I
REAL C ... f f t.-i I I II II

TODAY! IIIi OWNERS A BUILDERS I
ESTATE I

"The Shopping Homo ClnlerSUTTON Buyir's Ii J. D. Spangler 267-1928 I I I I

a PHONE AM 7.0821 lm.1 I I
i Robert M. Evans 2612834II'

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Corner U. S. No. I and Hwy. 4 DIRECTIONS r ..v '
:Aryy a
C Drive north on U.S. 1 from Mims caution
ASSOC. REALTY CO.
fe WASHINGTON light approximately % male to paved road .,
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Help Wanted HOUSIS FOR SALI
TRAILER FOR HINT HOUSM POM SALIS
ON River which la $3 "
All HELP WANTID HOUIS FOR SALI HOUSCS FOR SALI HOUI FOU SALI MOVE IMMEDIATELY 'Into 2.
1 BEDROOM EXCELLENT water by 220 foot deep, located : BEDROOM, 1 bath screened 3. or 4 bedroom homes, brandnew
condition 2253 Old Dixie in Bellwood near Dew porch aireondittoned, largelot.
MOTIVE EQUIPMENT INDIAN RIVER Heights t extra in area of much bTphetpriced
rator U drive sanKattoi Hwy. Dixie Trailer Park NASA causeway Price $10 I BEDROOM, 1 bath, recently Only MOO down. $M i FOR THE FINEST large bedrooms 2 full homes. Small down
with balance .
down LIVINGS
Must have cnauffeu RINT 500 $4.800 redecorated, 75 x 28 I monthly for all. Leyda Realty IN FLORIDA baths fenced back yard, payment and only $85 monthly
TRAILER LOTS FOR 1 term. Call 267-5901. well screened
on year NM-mi. : bedroom 3 bath
e. Apply City Hall 52 lot, shallow located on deep air total payment. VA no down
swimming pool, double car* neUbuCtlfD: Don'i:
Avenue.THAfrORD CHOICE LOTS AVAILABLE WATERFRONT 120 ft on boO Old Dixie Highway, conventional 3 BEDROOM, ivt bath built- porte Island kitchen, wall to payment. BRENTWOOD ESTATES :

REALTY COMPANY aides US 1 la Tltusvllle. Good inanclng., $11,450, in kitchen, airtaditinned, wall carpet, to see this weekend range Payments $73 per _west on Garden St.. ".
offers an excellen CITY TRAILER PARK 2 bedroom home on property 267361COUNTRY back yard fenced, fruit trees call 2674282 or after 3 month. Call owner after 6 (Continued on next page)
with 1 additional room for of pm 2 738i2.BRURWOOD.
i for lieeased 799 Clearlake Road CLUB HILLS J deep well make offer on call Cocoa M2-M60.
career opportunity Cocoa, Fla. ice building or apartment 01 Florida S3 OO equity, payments $90
Real SalesmeitaPbetr bedroom i bath
Estate Misslleland'a finest mobile borne west side. Riparian rtghiswith a month for 13 years. 267J849. TERRIFIC BUY In Whispering I F
double ,
office large
Tituivllle room carporte. Estate site grass carpeted,
new extended bulkhead lin full tile
< Lakes, bedroom 1
i A bard bitting tale program, rental park offers city water stree on east side Call Arrow Realty utility room, central heat andIlrconditlonln baths large utility double tree studded Iota 8, 4 and 3 Yea ere new In Tllusvllle.
streets, end
paved
with sewer, ,. $1000 down bedroom electric kitchens can save time.
i piutftxcellent training a lights enclosed playgrounc 627-7037, Tltusvllle. FlorIda NEW SMYRNA Beach 2 bedroom carport newly decorated van homes you
I: professional Realtor organ i areas direct meter electricity Brokers invited. call 2673501. CBS house t block from In refrigerator, U central heat and air, energy with cur service
Union, offer an unusualfuture large lots, concrete pat LOVELY HOME in Indian River ocean. $8KW $2 salesmen choose lot and No .f homes and enjoy the
for qualified 46.07 monthly Write P. O. month Includes taxes and your plans.
loa. off-street parking and ACRIAQI FOR SAL City, $500 down 3 bed per
D. Nelli, qualifying, no closing cost, most ceurtteus assistance.
Please call Harry many other superior features 2 full baths with ter Box 2068 New Smyrna Beachor Insursnce. 430 Abbott Ave.
Cocoa 838-3131, for Interview room phone 4286944. weekends. 267 conventional loans, convenient Call us now, rite
Evenings or
Elementary _
Close to Cape Kennedy, ruse floors, double carporte ::1.o1;
to, but out of sight and noise Day Phone er
i and Junior Higl1 15 ACRES, :3 ml. E. of Geneva,, extras, 8737.
TAM LOOKING FOR A large yard many 4 ROOMS CEMENT: block of super-highway. Parochialand U7-5M3. Nit 247OS70.AGENCY .
Schools and Brevard Junior if like shade trees you New and wishing well.Ligustrum .
TYPE OF MAN you pump home, additional i
PARTICULAR : will want to build home rooms can 13 BEDROOM 1 BATH built-in public school buses 1
College, shopping centers your hedge nice neigh.borhood
jpirtct''rtrd. sales church experience affiliated avail mar and churches. Select your lot, here. $6.750 Broker 30%" odwn. T. W, near shopping' centers be added$4950.; Terms. Reduced Tlnfow, I oven yard. Payment large kitchen$64 Fenced month. mile north area of, TltusvUle oft Old blue LaGrange ED KITTLES
Sanford 322- t'nore
Mero. and
and discover It costs nc school bus new
able full time basis only now Avenue
on for Tltusvllle. mo down. Call 27-24 or 411 S. Washington Ave.,
I
2481 appointment. .
This is a brand new product more to live the modern mobile ; causeway 2677496.I 267.1481.._ 267-3M4. Highway.CALL
home Free counsel
The man who qualifies will way 10 ACRES OF high land withI built In 267.1300INDIAN
:1:I BEDROOM 1 bath
for WHISPERING
moving problems. LAKES .
split- IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 2 .
earn a minimum of $1072 per bedroom home priced reasonable. offer -
fenced make on -
'month. This is chance to gel OFFICE OPEN DAILY Call Arrow Realty stove, about level $4800 equity aoo. Aa- bedroom home fenced In
into business for yourself foi: Phone 8385871j 267-7037 or Eves 2679187. $2000$85. Take equity.terms Payment or trade on sum KHA. 343 Dickens Ave. back yard, screened in porch, RIVER

minimum Investment. Foi j Cocoa. FloridaMotorcycles 160 Lakeview Ave.. 267-53B2._ Indian River Heights Subdi
I equity
DEVELOPERS! 50 with vision, $67 total payment. CITY
interview write Box A-8, acres South Lake, key next door 3 BEDROOM
Sale ROME Whisper
For
.
t Star Adrncate.UMBING _. plenty and sewer of road available.frontage, water Sensibly I owner NE69307. Cocoa Inr Hills extras Include 207.7081.TITUSVILLE S Bedrooms, t Baths and air George

INSPECTOR large living room, pump, conditioned. $1200.00 down
1963 Honda 250 Dream 'UIO priced to allow margin
well and loan.
must be qualified motet and assume payments of $1! for profit For details call NEW 3 BEDROOM I tile baths refrigerator, drapes assume .Pay- Barley
School grad I central heal |low down payment 267-1883. menu only $106.00 mo.S ,
{plumber High monthly 2675297 after I Arrow Realty. 267-7037. Titus electric range WHISPERING
Bedrooms, 1 baths family
juate or have equal comblnlatlon pm. ,,1IIe. Florida. and air-conditioning carporteand HOUSE IN Daytona Beach Air Inc.
room and garage. con
of experience and train $ $000
utility room HILLS
10,000 2 bedroom
ing. Ability to examine plant 1964 HONDA 90. Good con down and move In.::400pSpanaler 1 bath. ditioned. $2000,00 down as REAL ESTATE
Pine
FOR SALI HINT panelled walls lot
90
er x time loan.
dltion. Call 2673723.Plumbino BUILDERS
land apecfications of plumb- Investments, 2B7
223. View ocean and river. I Bedrooms, 2 baths, family
ling Installations and make in 1928.
__ Payments $119.20
per monthon SACRIFICE Garage
room with fireplace. -
Ispculionc of new and existing/& Supply FOR SALE or rent with option
mortgage $7,400. Take
WHISPERING LAKES 3 bed and air conditioned
f plumbing. Apply D. A. Cov to purchase. 1 acre countryhome terms
trade MODEL HOMES
or
bath home close to on equity. $ OOO.OO down and assume
2
in ton Administrative Assistlant room
SEPTIC TANKSof S bedroom, 1 bath 267-0697,
525 Palm Avenue Titus cleared and school. Large loan.Extra $10,995Indian
l\lle| Florida. per-cast concrete ateel rein. with use of 13 fenced acres,and 17s :well fPds; 93 X 130 lot, BRAND-NEW- -- : Bedroom 1 bath, Family Room nice t bedroom home
land partly very large 4 River Heights.Immaculate. ,
forced 630 to 1000 gallons acres uncleared land located 2 carports oil beat, $106 per bedroom home In Sherwood with Fireplace Oversized with m batha. All the extras IBedroom
FIREMEN Grease trope Installed, tanks river near north month pays all. Must see to Estates on Carpenter Road. Double Garage on Professionally you want. Payments Coxy
on baths,
Career positions open In Titus. pumped and cleaned, drain appreciate Call Arrow Realty All landscaped corner lot. $100.00 a month. IVi
: county line. Excellent: lite for city conveniences IncludIng .
and
IVille Fire Department for fields relald. Pittman Septic academy or truck 267.7037 or Eves 2679187, sewer and water, but Includes Central Air Conditioning South Lake Village 3: bedrooms built in range oven.Screl'n..d
I alert high school graduates Tanks Inc., 267-4421 P. farm.riding For Information call city taxes. lSooo no ft. Carpeting thru out House, 1H baths and Flor porch, only
III31 years old, In excellent Box 2018. Tltusvllle. 0'1' 267.2380 or 2673858. 4 LARGE bedrooms, forced air beauty. Is custom sq.built Custom Drapes, Music Center, ida room F.H.A, terms lot. Butter hurry,
owner. all GE equipment. FHA $16.- $fU month after
physical condition. Starting throughout 26 ft. kitchen, Other Extras at less than hail New 3 and 4 bedroom per
alary $398 per month. Apply Real Estate 700. $600 down. 267-3564. family room with breakfa of Cost. homes. Extra large lots. down payment

1 Office 513 Palm Ave. I I FOR SALI er TRAD INDIAN RIVER PLANTATION bar, double oven stainless F.H.A. terms with' $43000 RENTALS
"NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY" ESTATES steel sink formica cabinet 2 $22,600.00Our and up down. SEVERAL Excellent

H Mobile Homes I $MILLIONS "ISSUED FOR HOT SPRINGS property, P. O 3V4 Miles No. Mimi full baths central heat and Large Iota outside city limits furnished and unfurn-
BUILDING PERMITS" Box 1784. Tltusvllle. Fla. Custom built, spacious home air entrance foyer over. last Home In this highly -Pick yours today, Inked homes for rent InTltusvllle.
|airiUIL .. fOlt CALIJHOBILE I "LINE FORMS TO THE RIGHTTO situated oa large lot (over *ddoubu garage with desirable section. ,

PURCHASE" 122,000 OROVH FOR AH 1 one acre). Includes 1 bedroom fiberglass' overhead door ful! JOHNNY A. MOLES 342 S.
HOME. 1964 10 X 50 2 ACRES In Florida. A steal 2 baths, Florida room ly sodded hugeclosets. NORTHWOODBUILDER'S
bedroom 1V4 bath. Assume for 12000.000, Twelve million ACRE BEARING orange double, carporte, centralbeating i iI blwh'ou: dW'II' be
I' payments Space available dollars. Terms. grove la Geneva A good and sU-conditioning.AR completed within S dan and INC. 1240 S. Hopkins Are., or WllhlnctOQ
Call 2677474. homeslte with Income. $ I for $18,500. Terms can nu may Call PHONE 267-4831 Phone H74327 or
IICHRISTMft SPFfTALiGlve "CASH TALKS" S acres near terms. T. W. Mero, Broker, be arranged. TURO HOMES. Mr. tr.dla'd; : -Realty I- TITUSVILLEANYTIME 27-733f after P.M.
S US No. 1 on good County Sanford 3222481 for appoint 1 2671260. Branch Office 287-9S42. !:
your family the best road. Out of state owner ment.

Jhrlstmas ever. $11.500. LUXURY HOMES
32 presentlyIn
bed 75 ACRES acres
147' X 12' SKYLINE, 2
x>m, Deluxe Stove 2 Dr. Re. "THIS PROPERTY IS IN.COMPARABLE" Grove balance Is good la beautiful Whispering Hills,
SALE PRICE $3893.i high land priced at only located conveniently at the
$ acres, 300 Brevards EVERY[
$2,000 acre.
gesUSED TRAILERS per north end of Greenwood St.
i I feet on US 1. $18,800. Terms. finest location for tree count ;;
}964 YELLOWSTONE 27' X a', Call lust off State road 405.
record.
1 Bed room. "YOU'LL NEVER MOVE and Arrow production Realty 267-6938, Ti. I Bedrooms with panneled 4th f'oUll PURCHASER !
(1959 MARLETTE 36' X 8', 2 Br.. AGAIN" 10 nice acres on tuiville. Florida. bedroom which can be used as CHOICE Ip
NASHUA sox a', 1 Br. Jiwy. ;"IMMEDIATE ACTIONON I den or for business Fireplace *''
[SMALL DOWN PAYMENT THIS". Just $1W5. V* wall to wall carpets: of In beautiful >
EASY TERMS cash. HOU POI 1AH Florida room, Fully equip-

... MARTIN MOBILE SMYRNA BEACH 4-bedroom ed kitchen with dishwasher "'
HOMES SALES "NEAR SPACE UNIVERSITYSITE" NEW 2 bath, near ocean.Flrepyace disposal, built In range dlnning & AllTlSTICALLYDESIGNED LAKEVIEW HILLS
kitchen nook and
Lovely home-1S acres. oven,
S. 1 central heat and
4 1224 N.1 oil
t Tltusvllle 267-3081 $i8,500-Terms. air. heat. room Insulated\ central 1s&and Receives complete and full |
of SWIMMING POOL HOME near
North Overpass
"BUILD TO SUIT YOURSELF" walls Inclosed S car garage
run price $18.000, with
.. TRAILER $473. Space avail- Several One-2-li I acre tracts. $800 ocean.down, monthly pay- and utility. 3 of 4 BEDROOM Membership In The ||p'
able. Campaalls Mobile Park Small deposit will bold. ments $102. :Zboose from brick veneer, stucco

,26T.3465. WILL ACCEPT house, lot. or precut atone construction
"CHILD IN GRADE SCHOOL?" trailer or boat hi trade on 2 BATH HOMES LAKEVIEW HILLSII

MOBILE HOME OWNERS and the most for your money. either of above properties. PRICED FROM
NEW home with family
New Smyrna
Call 4286944 ''
room. Screened porch. $17,- Beach, or write P. 0. Box $21,900 attractively priced from Private Beach Club

.
750 FHA."WHERE
2026.
LIVE RENTFREE Call Mr. Ben M. Tyler
CHILDREN AND DANDY NEW 3 bedroom 2 2675494t and Marina
PETS ARE WELCOME" 1 bath home, city water sewers $14,500 lo

ACRE. 3 bd. rm. 2 bth. Florida and sidewalks. Centrally I I BEDROOM house on Garden
room. A/C $16,500. Con. heated and air-conditloned. Street lovely location, $10,250. $25,000 it it4rS'
ventional. VA no money down. FHA 2677408. A1
$900 $106 month I 4
da .rfo
's rne
20 down payment and $20 a "ARCHITECTS HAST E R. $13.400 3 I I BEDROOM 2 BATH, Old
onth will buy your own full PIECE", designed for leisurely for quick sale. Occupancy la Cardendale. Fenced backyard ,I
ere mobile home lot at beau- lounging, and casual less than 1 week. Will be I. $1500 equity for $700.
Iful Lake Louise Estates. Be.' entertaining. 25 foot living happy to show this at your 2677017. 4
ome your own landlord. Manz room. Marble bath rooms. convenience Call Arrow /ci
amities now reside here. Don t Cathedral roof on spacious Realty, 267-7037 or Eves 267- WALK TO SCHOOL
.I bedroom. 2 bath 2 car gar
covered lot. $23,900-Con- 9187.
uy before you see for yourself. tree Central heat and air

LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon ventlonaL BEAUTIFUL NEW split level. Choice age. corner tot No qual FiP-s fevmsJ
Route 50 Bithlo. Fla., 4 bedroom 2 tiled baths, ifying. Owner transferred.
15 miles east of Orlando :1 AND 4 BEDROOM to homes buy for, large living room, fireplace, $UOO down $137 per month \
with option
Phone Orlando 368-2761 rent I family room, built la rill Iedl.hwllherl pan all 1
OR CHRISTMAS PARK I IMMED! disposal central READ. SOONI
"WE INVITE YOUR
out* No. 50 Christmas Florida Call Joe' double I I I or 4 bedroom, central heat 4r.
INQUIRY"
Phone: 5882011 I Johnson lATE Asso. Ray Carpenter ear garage. Only $22,900 and air $750 down $Ua I

No.1" Bermuda.Office 10% down, $132.74 monthly. month pays all.
952 LIBERTY 48 X 8 $300 Realty US Homes
Park
Investments, Hunter
Phone Spangler
mania down. Take 287-1979.over 10 pay I 2673917.PH. 267 8813 Home PH. 287.19* 2673221 Anytime I


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(Continued from preceding page) Services Used Cars & Trucks Used Can & Trucks Work WantedWILL Work WantedWHITE
Read The Ads And Profit .

Real EstateLOTS FREEIII! 1955 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR 8 1963 PONTIAC TEMPEST If DO ironing In my home WOMAN WILL do ironing .
L. P. BOTTLED GAS cyl. straight shin. Power interested call Ralph Brown pick up and delivery if preferred in my home. Indian River
FOR SALI INSTALLATIONISuburban brake Good condition. '175. 2671987. 1039 Afford Street City area 267-9371.
2 CLEAN RESIDENCE lob 1 See Ekl Mechanic GUI Faulk 1963 PLYMOUTH FURY clean Lakeview Hills WANTED BABYSITTING and
Propane Chevrolet. USED CAR
block oil E. Halifax Street, as new Power steering auto ironing Frances Blaylock
J Oak Hill'le63lJi frontage. G. 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 matic transmission, good WILL CARE for 1 or 2 elderly 100 Buffalo Road. 267.1352.
E. Bush, Fish Camp: double Eagle tires, radio, persons. Will do baby sitting
Oak Hill Florida. SETTLES ROOFING. Complete ROCKET MOTORS heater. Must see to appre and also ironing. 2672076. NO JOB too large or too small.
Roofing and Remodel. YEAR END elate. Call 267-0336 after 6p Mrs. Anna Green. Call 2679742.
InK Service. 1004 Pine Street. SAVE SALE $SAVE .m. or anytime Sat. & Sun.
Ride Wanted Phone 267.3455.
Cars at Cent 1963 MERCEDES BENZ 190 D
COLLEGE STUDENT wants VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS 60 Chevrolet Bel Alre. 4 (Diesel) one owner, excellentcondition
ride to California. Dec. 16- All Makes Phone 267.7380 door sedan, radio beat low mileage Call Local & Long Distance Movers
20th for Christmas. 2675082. er, automatic $745 267.0632 before 3 p.m.
62 Rambler 8, stick and
Services Used Cars & THICKS overdrive $845 1964 FALCON SPRINT 4 speed,
161 Rambler 4 door radio, bucket scats. Assume pay. MovingTffWQJ S Packing
PICK-UP TRUCKS I heater, automatic $745 menta. Call 2674619.
XEROX 914 COPIER
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duce anything photoexactand repro- 53 Chevy, H top pickup 59 Buick, 2 door hardtop, H Storage HsjgggHESffl' Shipping
drive Chevy
legally acceptable. Complete 56 Chevy Vi top pickup : I real nice car at $695 1964 4 WHEEL
Secretarial Service 56 GMC, 3/4 top pickup 59 Mercury 4 door hard ton pickup 4 speed trans FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341
Notary Public. Monlque See: 57 Ford, H top pickup top radio, heater and mission 11,000 miles 267-6895.$2390. LOCAL AGENT AT
retinal Service. 2323 So. 60 Ford, tt ton pickup auto trans., runs fine $495 Phone 267-6201 or
Washington 2676544.CARPENTER BROWNING AUTO SALES 62 Falcon 2 door, deluxe I WILL accept in trade on any BREVARD RIDGEWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD
405 Hopkins 267.1520 trim, stick shift $895 car boats, radios TV's FUR STORAGE -1600 N. U. S. No. 1-CRATING

All type carpentry SERVICES work, small 56 CHEVROLET STATION 59 green Ford, and Gslaxle white, heater, real i guns, tools of value.furniture Browning or anything PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE Denver BrownleeTHE
8 cylinder automatic
or Urge, specializing In remodeling wagon nice $695 Auto Sales. 405 Hopkins 267-
and repair transmission, one owner 59\ Ford, 4 door, wagon $ $ $ $ $ '
267-1674 good condition, 1383. Phone power steering and : ... HOME OF HANDPICKED
267-1980 or 603 Thor Avenue brakes, automatic, air 1520.Wanted
LIQUID GLASS AUTO POLISHA Indian River City. conditioned $495 To Buy INLAND CARS!

in scientific auto polishes break through Unlike 1963 CORVAIR MONZA air 62 VW and a good one? $1195 GOOD USED standard key. N CHEVROLETIS -- .
59 Plymouth, $250
anything you have used. 15 conditioned transmission., radio U.ooo automatic miles. 57 Ford, 2 door hardtop $150 board portable typewriter. : JfAfMfl'II.fJ."v
mm. to wash, clean & 55 Cadillac, sedan $225 2670336.
glass coat your car, appliances $1790. phone 267-6201 or call
etc. Contains no oil 2876885 CALL,267-3884 USED AUTOMOBILES City
or wax. For info call 267M4S. 1950 1'TON FORD truck, Auto Parts. AM 73686.We're ROLLING AGAIN! -
body and chssis. good running

WHEN RfI I 1412 condition: N. Washington.Can 11 be seen at 1m Af, PlrIi I II$) U WE HAVE 62 FALCON FUTURA


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L th Coming In Daily I radio,tires heater, bucket sttts, whitewall 5 950

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'1 W. don't lot any grass grow un- Rocket MotelDo We Must Move These Cars WE KEEP THE BEST I Transmission and heater
dor our foot when wo handle amore.
62 CHEVY II NOVA
Export movors make have to much i
you
vary* us move when quickly you plan and to safoly.So more. .month f your loft money at?the end SAVE WHOLESALE THE REST! 411 transmission Convertible, radio, heater, auto *,0nn< |

Think Of COM SEE OUR

FIDELITYAgent QUALITYMOBILE HOMES HUNDREDS M 1963 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF 4 DR. 62 CHEVY II NOVA

Now A Used VI automatic trans., power steering, power brakes cruise 411 :-
2 Milts North of Mimi control, factory air cond., radio, heater, stat holts, remote .
ALLIED VAN LINES On U.S. No 1 b b N control outside mirror, lamp group, good white wall tI,.,. iII_
STORAGE & TRANSFER Rooms for Month rent by week or A sparkling Daytona blue with bluo Interior X1695"N f14. .

3 DAY OR NIGHT Phone 267-3097 Low miles An extra nice car at a bargain price
r Phone AM 7.0228
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SEE OAKWOQDMobile TODAY i cyl., at. drive, htattr. Coed white wall tires. A pretty fR, e ,e t_.P..Y1"1ltyhtigd I
I dark blue with extra clean Interior Reasonable CfQr 411
and drives good. A real gas over yj/J Actual Photo
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i Home Subdivision Station Wagon, Heater, Automatic 1290

) Featuring: 1959 PONTIAC 2 DR. HARDTOP transmission

Solid red with clean red Interior. VI auto trans, radio,htat." 60 CHEVY BELAIR::: $
**" 850
er. Good white wall tires, power storing, CCQC
LARGE 15' x 110' LARGE POOL .v ., a youthful car Inside out yd/J 411 top, radio and httttr ..

LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD 1t : ri e N 5 680
62 :ITJT
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CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES, Etc N 1955 CHEV 3/4 TON PICKUP
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the man who need a

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TO REACH OAKWOOD: From TitusVille go northon 1958 CHRYSLER 4 DOOR HARDTOP" M iIi .w
U. S.1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S,1 for rIIllI r-----
one mine mile to our entrance on right. For free N Yorker, baby blue with white top, VI, push button 411 -"'"
information Call 267-5580. drive, heater, white wall tires power brakes, power liter
64 CHEVELLE $ Iraq, air conditioned. Your family w
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DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Malibu, V-l, Bucket seats, 2895 Is sure to like this one. . $795Now 'r
AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK II Factory Air
63 FALCON 64 a
-- Future, Conv., Stand. Drive, $1695 Actual Photo
1961 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE
radio and heater ., 4 Dr. radio, heater, Autom.ticTrln.llIlon
63 MERCURY White with red Interior, radio, heater, 4 speed trans, buckot M 1350
TOP QUALITY USED CARSARE Custom auto trans, power$2695I .*. seats. Good white wall tl,... Own the car C1 f QCeveryone ,
stttrlng I A brakes, radio A
IIZ heater Is talking about Corvalr y I 17 JJ964 th 61 COMET 2 irr. $
6 5
FOUND AT 62
VOLKSWAGEN N radio and heater .
1345
Bus, t pass., 4 speed trans,
PLYMOUTH LAND radio and heattr. CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 DOOR"Sparkling 58 CHEVY IMPALA .

62 T-BIRD 2695 turquoise finish Original Interior like new VIN 2 D,. Hardtop, radio, htattr, auto. V 490
hardtop, loaded plus' Fact transmission,
Ales .*. powerglldo, power steering, heater, white wall tires. An power steering
61 CORVAIR MONZA COUPE,
automatic Radio and heater-++u. 1045 61 VOLKSWAGEN extra clean one owner low mileage car.We're $2695411 59 FORD 2 Radio D,. ,'heater,SOO I'": $ 550
tiM Red 1095 not after one time sales
Sunroof, 4 speed trans., radio N tomatic transmission
62 CHEV. CONVERTIBLE and hotter
Auttmatlc, radio, heater, power stttr $1695 61 FORD NN
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radio, heater, power stttrlng, auto. 895 60 PONTIAC Black with white top, power stttrlng I, ptwtr brad..... Good 411 i
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4 Dr. Catalina, V-l, auto $1895 ;
64 PLYMOUTH FURY I trans radio and heater ... See the gadgttt galore ..
2 door hardtop, radio, heater, automatic s
power stttrlng, 24000 milts $2495 59 MERCURY
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81 COMET STATION WAGON heater steering A brakes, radio A 1960 CHEV STATION WAGON -

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glad of it purpose.


Ann Landers: I've bee It so happens my parents We are for those "who think young."

orkthg; in a law office for over have atrocious manners. In We think ;yeull find it's refreshing to do business Our assets are ample to protect leave

i yean and I cUll can't figureout act behave money you
they like disgust with us because
we are so full of
mething Why do th'men 'e Ing barbarians at the table. I youthful zip. with us, and you are also protected by that fine insurance -

who come In for I i didn't realize the dimensions of And so free of rust and cobwebs by the Federal

vorce turn the world upsideto their slobblshness until I went Deposit Insurance Corpora
You'll find tl welcome
own shield their children away to school we your deposits eagerly, tion, an agency of the U. S. Government.

the act that their father I've been saving my allowance .

Fll, a cheating lying skunk and could afford to take

"i When It ia the wife who ha a my roommate out to dinner

strayed (usually out of frustration every night of the week. This brevard national bank INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

and loneliness) why doesjibe would save a lot of embarrassment .

husband come charging in I Do you think it will STATE

lift, an enraged bull drag>. work? TRYING TO GET ROAD 50

Etnc the children with him AHEAD
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}'Buklng sure they hear every I Dear Trying To Get Ahead:

jjtartld detail of their mother'U I Eat at home and make nofs

J Unfaithfulness. No adjective 1 I apologies. Far worse than poor ITS JUST uka

1 too strong, no accusation too I manners frog child who is ashamed DINNER WITHOUT 1

l delicate for their ears. of her parents. Tm afraid we'll just have to forget about gttttin a GEEFI, NERpAINTTNb Is 5OINEONEyELLINO'AT 1t

I if It happened again this morn Dear Ann Landers: Add me .port* car FUN 1J

ling I and I'm Just sick. I knowwoman to the list of people who never n n.ei J

i U>e involved and she isnally ; thought I'd end up writing to move into my apartment and I I hear he Is seeing a wealthy 0 I

a fine person. Will you l Ann Landers. Here I am, ready; moved in with my aunt for widow who Is old enough to be riec

I jandly explain why men do this to lie down on your couch, and three months. his mother. Should I Invest in J

itthuman thing? W.WW rudy is more surprised than Last January be went into a a private eye and throw the J

nutty business that clicked. book at him? CRUSHED .
Dear W. W W.: Most courts
ward the children to th I went with this man fore Instead of giving back my |5- Dear Crushed: What book ,

mother unless the father canrove three years. And when I lay ,000, he bought himself a new Dun and Bradstreet It's the I M I

I{ she is "unfit" In order to "went with," I mean I devoted ,car. Last night: he gave me the only book that would interestthe 9 -tlcJYAHYAHJERRY

I prove a mother "unfit" the myself to him, body and soul ;}:G News. He has decided he's jerk.If .

I vidence must be He was never out < my I l Lot good enough for me and I .
plenty strong I Invested of he marries that rich widow I r
II This by no means Justifies thoughts. part my j should find someone who Is> C MV OOSN 1 THERt'RJERR '

I earing a woman's reputation to Inheritance i in his business, I His! last words were, "Baby for her money he'll earn every +;AND HE'SCARR11N8 5IBs''JERRYI IBA VNUff NEXT CAR W a

lihreds in the presence of her which failed. When he was 1 you deserve the best and I hope dime of it. It's the hardest work IgI WENW HAS A 5 OpN51b HA F'
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line girls here come from FENCE SALE

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I Muscular Dystrophy Campaign In Centaur Blasts ,M INSURANCE?



High Gear Here Today And SundaySunday !In Orbit TodayCAPE ., And Protect Family Your With Home A


house drive roll over KENNEDY Fla. (AP)
a bouseto- tow, digest, sneeze or
will be conducted by volunteers, In bed. They become completely -The Atlas.Centaur space rock. Homeowners Multi -

corf'nR funds for the con helpless, even to the simplestof et registered a much needed Coverage Policy.
rtant fltfit apilnst the ravager things, such as a smile! Of test flight success today, hurl.
Muscular Dystro- the future of the child
of children course
ph' is inevitable. Ing its two-ton Centaur second AUTO FIRE MARINE

week, Mrs Don l stage and meta model of a
This past Jerry Lewis, famed comedian,
Keacock, chairman of the worn I has assumed the serious )position moonship Into a precise orbit
J en's division( of the Muscular of national chairman around the earth.
drive, and her committee 0 ill fi
Dystrophy has been calling residents this year's drive, and for. The orbit, a circular path 103 !
throughout North Brevard Sunday will wear the Jerry miles high, Is the course the I
Is badges as Identification Centaur stage: must achieve on
to aid In the fightagainst I
for pledges efforts.
determined
their unmanned moon and
future
the disease, and Sun : !
In Its 15th year,
day will be the day the march Currently Dystrophy Associations planetary launchings.
from doorto-door will be conducted Muscular The success was the secondIn
to collect these pledges of America places a four test flights for the At PLAN OPEN HOUSE The North can meet John King, executive director
and other donations. major emphasis on research. las-Centaur. It heralded a possible Brevard Branch of the YMCA will of the local YMCA. Shown pre
Paul Salisbury, president of I Its global research program is end to problems which hold an open house at their offices, paring tables for the activities are,
Is supplemented by the work goIng corner Hopkins and from left Mrs. Robert Lehman, Mary
the Titusville Jaycees gener. have harassed the rocket and Coquina, Monday,
al chairman for North Brevard, on.at the MDAA Muscle sponsor.Disease have put it about three years Dec. 14. It will begin at 8 pjn. and the Meldrum and Cindy Boyd.-S-A Photo.
and has enlisted the aid of his ed Institute for behind schedule. Continued sue event is being held so that everyone
In New York City the only center
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fellow Jaycees cess might enable it to plant a
in the world devoted exclusively
wen as the Jaycee Wives Cub to the study of muscle Project Surveyor spacecraft on STORE HOURS: 19( A.M. TO 9 P.M. rHONE AM 7.1511
He has appointed Louie Human the moon late next year.
chairman, and Wilbur and Its pathologies.
as Jaycee The Jaycees were out In body Packed in the Centaur's nose
vice president
assistant -
Sykes
at the comer of today was a 2,100-pound chunkof
this afternoon
of First National Bank, has Jq'9jeiI \
volunteered as treasurer. u.s. 1 and Garden Street, stopping .I metal with the same weight.
can and asking for donations and center of mass as the Surveyor
Dystrophy Is a disease
Muscular I
It was rigged with instruments .
strikes otherwise
that Gift Her
healthy children. It centers Itself Salisbury said todaY' : "Mus to measure vibrations Wrap
in the muscular system of i cular Dystrophy likes to sneak and temperature, but was.
the victim and one by one the up on children when they are not to separate from the Centaur r

muscles waste away until the .only two or three years old, stage.
helpless child cannot stand, while their bodies are straightand The 112.foot tall booster rode In The Loveliness
cannot walk cannot sit, and later tall and full of bounce. away from Cape Kennedy at
cannot speak, write, swal- Those are the little ones it 1:25>: a.m. EST on the power t
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pulls down. Just at the age generated by the first stage Alias

when they are beginning to say, The Centaur upper stage,
'Look dad, and mom, see how burning high-energy liquid hy of
Plans ProceedOn I high I can jump or how fast I drogen fired for 5# minutes Lingerie

i can run.' Left help them prove and drilled Itself into the

Courthouse !It," he said. I planned orbit. A bewltelni
r gown beautifully
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Expansion appliqued lace
roses. Nylon tricot
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Brevard County Commission r FOR YOUR i 1 iced with a
7. layer of chiffon.In .
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went ahead with
yesterday c r
t( ; pretty pastels!
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plans for additional courthouse 1' c' of pink or blue.
expansion in the face of last l. Sizes S-M.L.
1 re.
minute efforts of down-county 1 r r
Jaycees and others in securing 11.98
petitions for courthouse remote OUR STORE WILL BE ? /

al.Jack JA ; \
Freed, owner of proper.
ty at the corner of Palmettoand PENSUNDAY

.. Palm Streets, on the spot I
'\ where the courthouse annex is
planned, asked the commissionto 2i
give him some kind of indications
as to the proceedings, 4
as he had plans for the proper. i I K&T

ty himself. ,: .
The'property Is scheduled for
condemnation, but the commission I

Kittles asked, who Commissioner has assumed the Ed
9
1-6 P. M.
Job as courthouse building chairman 4

to meet and talk with / ew
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Freed in an attempt to keep 1
from going into condemnation. \
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TALLAHASSEE (AP- Fieri- IN OUR LUNCHEONETTE r, t ( i
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; Ida's 14 presidential electors will ) t
meet Monday In the Capitol Sunday Skillet Special I
Cabinet room to cast the state's
14 votes for president, presum CHICKEN : 1sAi
ably for Democrat Lyndon John. QOc
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IOn.At the tame time, they will All YOU Can Eat r I

vote, presumably, for Hubert
Humphrey for vice president
Electors are not bound to vote
for the candidates receiving the W.TC, C I*A**X CO.
majority of the state's general
election vote. But, they do( take PIRTLE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER JI

an oath to support the party. RI a I 11a M1 a 1 I lla aa l a w* 1 1 LIi I 1>11 1 >ta >tMI 1 M JI
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unit, operating on natural gas, Picture her looking The newest way to underline your
mOlt alluring In our 2- i iA holiday fashions a filmy tri
I provides all the electricity, air lace sleep set with a cot chemise accented with lace and
1 a e. appliqued caml- ribbon beading Garten are de
and neededIn Isol. top and bikini bottom tachable. Wonderfully comfortable
conditioning heating that li fitted with for that discotheque look. In black
an overlay of pleating. or white. Sizes S-M.L.
these new offices. Rozier A beautiful rift for her
In snowy white nylon.
salutes CITY GAS and DRI-GAS Sizes SoK.L. 6.99


for being the first in Brevard 10.00 '


County to install a total energy She'll be the prettiest girl b the
house when she is wrapped In soft,
light, warm nylon tricot quilting
: ystcm. fashioned into a d t..ol.a robe.
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isoras l.a..a. around the neck, down the front
and at the edge of the sleeves. A
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