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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 14, 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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; WASHINGTON (AP) The commodations section enlng day, but the Issue! was

Supreme Court unanimously upheld The court dealt today with two I given a hurried hearing. .

ed 4Y ,so today the heart of the 1964 challenges of the section one Roltaton argued his own ap
.n Civil Rights Act-the public accommodations from Atlanta and a second from peal before the Supreme Court

section. Birmingham.In "The fait that Negroes are ,
It also ruled that the act re- writing the opinion in the involved in this Issue Is purely '

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.t made against civil rights sit.In I motel Justice Clark said Congress "The fundamental Issue
__ K demonstrators More the act I commerce power under Is whether Congress has the
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'I' ....H. \,. ... .. '"."J'" ,. Justice Tom C, Clark wrote foundation for today's ruling vate business concern the owner's
'-:.. ....:.....- w 'J ... : .. : ...., ....... ...."" ....wa.w... the main opinions In all three The Heart of Atlanta Motel choke of running his firm
cases All the other justices had filed suit in U.S. District as he wishes and choosing his
ROYAL OAK CLUB HOUSE-Hirshberg and Thompson architects, Cox president of the Royal Oak Development Co., said he expected Joined him in the public accommodations Court in Atlanta to block enforcement customers."

I conception of the new Royal Oak Golf and Country Club house, work to begin this week. Childre Construction Co. is the contractor. decision, but the vote of the act within two Solicitor General Archibald

for which ground was broken last week. The new $200,000 building, .-S-A Photo. on the sit-In prosecution was Ito 'hours after it had been signedinto Cox, arguing In opposition to
modern In design has created keen interest in North Brevard. Jack 4 with a heated dissent by law by President Johnson Rollcston, laid Congress properly .
Hugo L Black !last July 2, outlawed racial discrimination
In tho first test of the controversial The section was upheld In dls under its power to regulate
accommodations provl. trkt court and the motel's attorney interstate commerce. Cox
News Annual Yule/ Visitors Create slon to come before the tribunal, appealed to the court: contended this power enabled I
the Supremo Court ruled that Moreton Rolleuton Jr, Atlanta Congress to regulate local activity
"Congress possessed ample attorney and official of the too
Digest; power" to enact the legislation motel, handled the motel's suit Any argument that the new I
under its authority to regulate Three Judge( in the district law was to relieve a burden on '
Parking Problem In ChristmasBy Interstate commerce. court upheld the public accommodations interstate commerce, said Rol-
Washington The provision prohibits discrimination : section In a July 21 lesion, "I Is so much hop"

$en Barry Goldwater pointsto in such places as ruling and Rollenton appealedto lie related that since an injunction
Richard M. Nixon and Got'*. hotels, motels, theaters and restaurants the highest tribunal. The Supreme against discrimination at
KELLY SMITH mas Day, and on that day too," In Orlando mailmen pick up There are cards all over the Court heard
Mark Hatfield George Romneyand argumentson the motel was issued in August
said Mrs. Tucker. "We work bundles dropped off at Orlando, counters stacks and stacks oi Many of the Civil Rights Act'lcritics the appeal the first of .
William W. Scranton as potential CHRISTMAS (AP-You can on day th'rt'I're only three requests
day and night. Last night we Sentinel boxes and take them to them, said chamber secretaryAnn had the Its term Get, 5.
contenders for the 1968 hardly find a parking place now questioned con.aUtuUonal1ty new Usually by Negroes for lodging.
finished at 3 a.m.to the chamber of commerce Whitman. "They come
Republican presidential nomi adays in Christmas. Visitors of the public ac no arguments are heard on up- The public accommodationssection
Helping Mrs. Tucker are four Chamber workers stamp the from all over the country."
nation. have arrived to mail their greeting townspeople, including her nephew cards with green Christmas Winter visitor Larry Wel end says that "all pel'lnl.lIhaU
be entitled to full and
Presidential electors meet cards. Honnaker Jr. "We similar to those of Is of the
George trees stampedat Marietta Ohio one
across the land to make the By the 25th, an estimated 400- are really working" said Christmas then forward the recruits helping at Orlando. He Cily Manager, Fiscal Agent To equal enjoyment of goods, serv
t lies, facilities, privileges, advantages
Johnson-llumphrey victory official. 000 to 500,000 persons will have
George "This Is about all we cards onto Christmas for can says he's "been stamping cards
received cards with the famous do this time of year." cellation. for the last four days and 1 It and accommodations
Christmas postmark.By Allempl Seller Bond Interest of any place of public accommodation
A record 70,621,479 Americans looks like I will be til Christ.mae.
then Postmistress Juanita is defined in this secBKIDGS -
voted in the presidential election We can't see the counters
official totals tabulated by Tucker may have to go to bed ." City Manager Cleveland B, Lion, without discrimination or
The Associated Press show. for a week to recuperate and I Welsend said he covered Talmadge" and Titusville fiscal: ; segregation' on the ground of
the Orlando Chamber of Commerce was race color, religion or national

agent Loomis needy fly to New
Sen. Everett M. Dirksen says 1 with green-ink, a little tired, but
will its origin"The
see counters for
he is concerned with "the problem "Im having good time." The York City tomorrow morning In
the first time in weeks.
Heart of Atlanta Motel
attempt to secure better Inter
of diffusion" that might beset chamber already has sent more
"We work right up to Christ la located adjacent to an Inter-
a proposed Republican party JtiT than 80,000 cards to Christmas. est ratings for the (M t million
policy. w Christmas, central Florida. revenue bund Ja8uo.r state highway. It was agreed In v*
the case that 71 tent of Its
President Johnson says the County SeeksRecrealion + la the but stopping place for The two will meet with repro.sentativea guests are from per states other
plan to abolish the Army Reserves I bait before fishing to the headwaters of Moody'i Investors, than Georgia &
is and wise." of the SL Johns River
"prudent
bonding agents for the !Issue, in dark's opinion In the Atlanta '
The Reserve Officers Association lIt straddles State Route 10 between -
hopes securing a BAA rating
AreaOnHalbillRoad motel cane said the high tri
disagreeing predicts the I Orlando and Cape Ken
on the bonds, which, If secured bunal's study of the legislative
Air Force Reserve will be the nedy.
would mean the of
savings record "has brought us to the
next to go. .1 "The first thing you see coming thousands of dollars in Interest e conclusion that Congress pos.

into town is a Christmastree "We presently have a BA ratIng scatted ample power" to enact

International County Commissioner Ed ," said Theodore Vickery, ," Talmadge said '"which Is the legislation.The .
of Dean Rusk owner of Vickery ineralllon, an excellent rating. However justice stated the court
Secretary State ties said today that he and the the main business in town.
officials in .j we believe we are In an had found that the commerce
sees France's top Brevard Commission had met The tree is decorated all excep. .
advance of the annual NATO with the Volusla County Com I : he said year, fondly sound economic posl- power given Congress by the

meeting. mission to work out a combined |:decorations Townspeople the wind replenish carries ion and It we can convey these CO/UlUtuUu/I(> was sufficient for
as
Two Americans and 36 Vietnamese recreation project at the south ''act. to the agents, and receivethe today's decision and that the
them
I IBI. off. December
the
killed in a plane crash end of Hatbill Road. 'tree Is During BAA rating it could meanas tribunal therefore had conatd
are reported to have been train- lighted. much u one-eighth or one- crud that power alone.
The road
has been closed for TalmMle I
Polnsettla plants are in bloom reduction in Interest "How obstructions in com
ing for operations outside South L quarter :
several years on of the '
request here now and pine mingles with rates This the I would ,1 be removed what
Viet Nam. spread over mean a considerable: savings merce may -
Norris Cattle Co. of Ocala who FIRST TICKET-Dale Freeman, right: ticket chair- the palm ouUlde of town. Along. period owned the property through man of the upcoming giant Jaycee New Year's Eve side the post office is a row of within the sound and exiliulve
NationalA
which the road was located. Ball, sells first ticket to the dance to Bill Pridgen, red holly. I discretion of the Congress,"

Berkeley theater becomes Kitties said that the property Allstate representative here, as general chairman "He think it's really pretty." HIS Nets $$1300 From Fish FryFour I Clark declared
Is adjacent to both Volusla and said Vlikery. "Not like north
a courtroom for the mass arraignment Steve Pantano looks on. The dance tickets will Include up "It la subject only to one M
Brevard "
Counties
of 772 University of Johns River and that on both the commissions St breakfast favors and door prizes. Tickets are but About real nice 130 oldtlmers live In TUiMvllle High Sthortl! ) ed In line at lung as an hourto caveat-that the means chosen

California demonstrators.: are Interested in making available at Citizens Bank, First National Bank Christmas said missile :Hubs Friday night netted over receive the ffeh by It (congress) mutt be seasonably
Arguments on an appeal of Brevard National Bank and from Ja'cee.5APhoto. Vickery to the end
the any 1,300 from the school's annual adapted per
at the south
area end of base workers have established
convictionof a I Tomdale said the clubs worked
the Jury-tampering
the
fob to miffed by Constitution. We
Hatbill into a fry, purchase traveling
huge recreational
with
Teamsters President James development nearby an- hard and as a result, this
'Jackets fur the Till athletic or cannot sty that Its choke hetewas
R. Hoffa begin in the U.S. Circuit area. other estimated 300 persons.Bussard's year's try collected more than
nut so adapted. The Con
ganlzat.lorul.
Representatives of both I ;
Court in Cincinnati. will to Ocala commissions Yule Baskets Special Patrols the pant two years combined ftltutkm requires no more"Clark's ,
go this Frank Tomdale, of the Carrow's Fish Market donated
sponnor
Actor William Bendix Is reported week to meet with officials! ] of LONDON (AP) Scotland opinion said It might
Yard ordered TrialI event and Tltiwvllle High School over 700 pounds of the 100 be argued that Congress oooM
near death with lobar Norris Cattle Co., and work out special patrols to
pneumonia. any problems. Going Out St James' Park today to protect I Msl/iUnt principal said the fry pounds of fish u ed. have pursued other methods to
children from a baby was the most succe ful single "It took nearly five hour to eliminate the obstructions It

Over thirty Christmas baskets matcher who throws his victims Postponed; New:event ever sponsored by t h eschool. feed all the 5 people:' Tomdalalaid. I i I found In interstate commerce

I have already been donated to Into a lake. Over 1,4(10 people wait (Continued Onpe 12))

needy families in the North The park Is Just across the Charge PendingThe / '
Brevard area. road from Buckingham Palace.
I The Titusville Junior Wo Detectives said that in the I I
man's Cub is again acting asa past week five children trial of Max: Bustard,
I clearing house for Christmas been pitched Into the lake.bav'l former Sheriffs comptroller.
baskets in the hope that It will were fished out safely, and the charged with six. counts of embezzlement ,

help make a brighter Christmas attacker a man in his early has been pottponed
for some needy families! in this 20's ran off in the conllWor1.I: again according to Sheriff Leigh t t MI

area. WJJmn.According to Sheriff Wilson I

Last year over" ISO baskets / the trial scheduled for I am.

r ;k ,1 'I were distributed with the help today, was set up to Feb I,
'of the Tttusvtlle Jaycees, who when the prosecution filed an,
helped deliver the baskets Bob amended information under a I .: .
,
Seymour, manager of the AlP state statute which changes the'I' ,
I store, who discounted: the groceries S
original charge from embezzlement :
.
and allowed after boun ,
111N1
to grand larceny! The 'S
I shopping, and the many generous change reunited from an opinion
individuals and organizations
of the
<< Attorney General's office
la North Brevard.
in
a prior court attic
The following orgaiuzauohu On the new trial date, toe
have already sent la their contribuUoiu county' sottettor will charge Bur fie' e

: lard I on one of the six counts. ,
Kjwanis Club, Greater ID- Tbe sheriff stated this morning
'
wants, First Baptist Church ofMims I that It Btvward to convicted ,
Whtapertng Bins Elementary 9SIPIU j on one of tile cosine, It taUs
: PTA, National Secretaries I cptaiun that the sottdtor win

AMndaUon. Indian River dtocuM I the other five rate with

.......y,. ...... & Homemakers Club. Pythiassbtcrs. I the defense attorney and If he Is I
I:I" I MfcwUe ...... Theta I acquitted on Uw one charge the b&k

Omicron Chapter of Beta Ktettnr w. probably charge : _. .. .
HEART SUNDAY AWARD Mrs. -
Irving Lee, preside apt --- -"""'-
ma Phi, and EU EU
I BuMtrd wttt ore of tile other
t of te: North Brevard
newly organized
:: Heart of Beta Sigma PR I Ore ...... OVEn C ANALOne uf them lIe P ,r'.ei <'r i ,,j a bridge over a drain
Asset.a'ion" was presented a "Certificate of Appreciatiun The basket are 111 and The charges rtMtited from aaMrift ',>t p: i'tical safity projects ever ue dj'in: Tie d'ch! created a pede*>

by Ernest Southward chairman of the Boardof f U. depeodtag upon the else of I of the (Jpywtflvwt bonksupon underJken by a cIvic club In N"rthBrersrd truui hazard on Park Ave, by causing
the Florida Heart Association for outstanding toe family receiving the basket the resignation' of Bustard was completed Saturday Len students to walk onto the highway! on

work as Heart Sunday chairman during 1964. The Contributions may be sent to I as comptroller, Aceonfing to the Rogers, a member of Kiwanl Club their way to school. The bridging of
presentation, made at a recent luncheon in Sanford Mrs. LeRoy Jomv, 872 Old !Sheriff, Bastard cashed six of Greater TfcievUle. width built the the canal keeps students off the street
was the only one made by the American Heart As- Dale: ffitfivay 37-Wli or Mrs. eftedu.: to the amnvat of over bridge, watefeee two Parkway Junior altogether-S-A Photo.
soei&&:Ion in the ate of Florida G. H. Hooks, 87-KU. i cI>I%" High student. Dan Clayton and Ran-





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Titusville (Florida) Star-Advoute BOB HUDSON'S
Behind The ScenesNEW

Established 1MOPubliib Good Refuge for A Stormy Day ,


tpRjo4 YORK Want to be a The pin-lever watch became MULLET
4 Mondays,
successful salesman of luxury popular after World War II, and o ,
740 Wednesdays, and Friday Items? Just convince\ the cu millions of them have been sold : WRAPPER '

By Titufvtlle Star-Advocate Inc tomer that what you are selling through any retail outlet willing ..
o Is a necessity. This is exactly to carry them. These watches aIn
0C nu At The Star-Advocate Building what at least one manufacturer sold because they were inexpensive
"4 did to popularize motorized and so a new fad was
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1100 S. Hopkins Ave snowblowers and put the manhandled born. As soon as a pin-lever case you haven't mailed Here's a man with a wonderful

snow shovel on the watch wore out, It was discard. your Christmas cards u yet sense of humor. He's an
MEMBER: Florida Press Asi'a: National Editorial AI"'. and skids. ed like a used tissue. Today, they have the pretty new Christ 88-year-old resident of St

Associated Preis. With winter's first snows at. however millions of former pin- inas stamps available at the Petersburg, who went Into a

Henry H. Hudson Prei. Mri. Hazel S. Hudton Vice.-Free. ready on the ground in much of lever watch owners are looking local postofflces. If you buy a shop recently leaving his wife
Robert H. Hudson Secy.-Treae. the nation It is interesting to for something better and far as sheet of 100 stamps you'll get sitting on one of those famous
Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson Editor learn that snowblowers stand little as I10.M they can buy a 25 stamps of four different de green benches on the sidewalk.
David Dunn Advertising/ Mgr S. L. Floyd Circulation Mgr. alongside powermowers in nearly Jewel-lever watch. However, pin signs a sprig of holly mistletoe Coming out of the store he
Adv.
Rutherford Classified
Raymond B. Mgr.
a quarter million garages levers remain popular for pine cones and polnsettlas. overheard two elderly women
3ecood-Class Pottage Paid at TltuavtUe Florida and barns around the country.But small children and subteens.A A little bit of seasonal cheer on on a bench near his wife talking

Subscription Rates: the powermowers are in far record 13 million new watches the outside of the envelope. about how terribly fresh

Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr. $7.so Mo. $4.00 I Mo. 2.25 greater number and likely to will be bought for Christmasthis men were toward lone ladies!
By Mall in Florida -1 Yr. 6.50 < Mo. $3.SO S Mo. $2.00 stay that way simply because so year, with Jewel-lever Grass going In on the sloping sitting on benches. Smiling
Outside Florida 1 Yr. 81.80.0 Mo. 94.00.3 Mo. 12.50 much of the United States never watches the outstanding favor. front lawn of Royal Chef Rest fiendishly, the man walked up
lies. S.1 to his wife In plain view of the
has and never will see snow. aurant on South U. bringing
The swiftly rising popularityof Science in the News The the opening an the closer. two women, told his wife In a
EditorialsA shovel less snow shovelling medical profession now hat Another addition to Titusville rather loud voice what a good-
15 reflected in the blower mar- tracked down a highly probablecause making It all the more attractive looking woman she was learned
ket's growth from around $7 mil. I of heretofore unexplained for residents and tourists. over, kissed her and then

lion in the winter 'of nosebleeds facial pains recurrent casually strolled away.
1959-M to an estimated $48 mil- I son throats and coughs. It Isn't It funny why a housewife .
lion for J 1064-65! By 1970'? Ono I has been found that all these used to walking literally The headline said: "Brooklyn
Sound ProposalA educated guess Is that 3,000,000 troubles may come from abnor Economic hundreds of miles in her household Navy Yard Lost. To which i

now shovels will be Jobless. mal breathing caused by nasal chores will drive aroundthe newsstand customer replied: '
I defects. Remedying the defect block and through the super "You mean they can't find the

Florida regents scholarship program which There Growth Is a Promotes close affinity Growth between- has proved helpful in clearingup market parking lots a dozen derned thlngT"Postmaster

would pay college tuition and fees for needy high plastics and rubber that make !' the difficulties Electrical Highlights times before finally spotting a

school students in the top ten percent of their class It possible to make many products I and signals converted emitted into by sound the brain signals when parking several place are near located the door onlya wood says he'll Herman have a supplyof Watt-

has won the approval of the Board of ControL of either/ material. One have been found useful In block away? the new kent amateur radio
company that has been having in brain The Administration Is de Ing that the Johnson Administration operators commemorative post
Under the plan, scholarships would be offeredto considerable success working! guiding ations and surgeons the studies made oper In termlned to strengthen thiscountry's wants U. S. policy to be Wonder what happened to the age stamps starting Wednesday

students wishing to attend accredited Florida with both materials is Amerace this connection may possibly standing and authority brought into line with the new- huge apartment building which It honors the nation's 250-

Universities, the assistance not to exceed $2,500 for Corporation, which has been lead to better knowledge of the In the world-and tough. and tougher-U.S. approach to caused all the zoning furor a 000 amateur radio operators,
termed by a leading business brain itself and Its workings er policies of an all-embracing foreign policy Weeks and few months ago? It was due to who have been responsible for
each student over a four year period. advisory organization (Standard The never ending search for nature, are being put Into effect months Just ahead as President be located between U. S.1 and saving many lives taking partIn

The estimated to cost the state be- Poor's Corp.) as one of Amerlea's cancer Information has led to a That Is the substance ofa Johnson now plans It, are Riverside Drive south of Bay many catastrophles joining
program, fastest growing corpora. discovery that fish and other sea revealing article in a recent to give the world a picture of a view Street but after the trees families etc. We have many in
tween $300,000 and $400,000 a year, will be presented tions. creatures have fewer cancers Issue of U.S. News &: World Re U.S. able and determined to came down and a little dirt was this area, who do outstanding
to the 1965 Legislature. Amerace for nearly 100 years than land animals. This study port. And the result as a sub take the lead in world affairs." moved action stopped and the work along with enjoying their
has been making the famous being made at Miami, is beIng head puts It, is that "The new In this, It Is clear there are lot Is growing up in weeds. hobby.
An investment such as Is proposed here in Ace combs and in recent years made in connection with research team in Russia De Gaulle of risks and difficulties. Some of

worthy and needy students will pay huge dividends -' has turned out combs of plasticas into children's diseases. France a group of new-nation our allies are less enthusiastic You coffee drinkers be care The victories of Coral Gables
well of rubber. It than would like for the hard over Jacksonville Lee 14-7 to
as recently 'neutralists', are In for surpris we ful-and don't get Into an argument
in the long run. A student who ranks in the Introduced a newly designed es." The decisions were made line that the government is now during a coffee break. win the Class AA football title

upper ten percent of his class should be affordedthe rubber shampoo comb that will Things to Come Clip on shortly after election day at a apparently embarking upon. A Recently in St. Petersburg a and of Wildwood over Lake

opportunity to go on to college and most of them not slip when wet. Amerace also : tire chains. Permanent clips are meeting of the President with delicate touch will be requiredwe judge fined a man $900 on a City 12-7 to win the Class A
makes bowling balls of either placed on Inside and outside of his top aides. must make our strength charge of assault and batteryIn championship wound up high
do financial hardship working at odd
despite by hard rubber or plastics mater. rim and the temporary chains felt, and unequivocally, without connection with an attack by school football in Florida for another
jobs and taking advantage of the cooperative programs all to suit the taste of bowl. I are easily attached from one The story as the magazine fear-creating saber rattling. the man on three other men' year. It all goes to prove
offered through the schools. TS. In another field it is a lead. clip to the other when needed. reports It in detail goes like Events In a restless troubled with a coffee cup in a restaurant I that only 11 men are on the
Ing maker of plastic and rubber Portable radio phonograph this: and swiftly changing world Musts been an argument field at one time and that a

Students who have proved themselves deservIng garden hose. These productsare I runs on transistors and The Western Alliance is to be have forced this policy upon about politics or women. I school such as Wildwood, bare

should not be thwarted in their efforts to seek 000 retail sold through outlets.more than S- operates Its three on.. pound flashlight weight batteries.makes strengthened. The prime problem us. ly qualifying because for of Class small B competition size

a higher education due to financial need. This Amerace has found that as the It handly for hikes camping here In France and DeGaulle's through the system during the chose to compete in Class A,,

seems like a sound proposal and with proper administration borderline between plastics and I trips Wedge,. shaped paint But an overhaul cooperation will Is wanted.ahead Mail Cards Now pre-Christmas peak. changed Its schedule during the \ .
rubber becomes less I roller for wall corners. Paintsone go Highest volumes in Titusville
Florida'ssteppedup defined two In three
should prove highly beneficial in clearly without him if need be. The year played games I
In wall without touching the so far this year are today Monday 4
expansion one mater. days to win the district title
program of higher education. other Stick on litter bags Administration will continue to
Ial almost automatically stlmu- For On-Time Dec. 14. Postmaster Herman and then defeated much larger
for use at sick beds at home press a multilateral nuclear
sates renewed interest In the Wattwood estimated that schools in two games for the
other with the result that both or In hospitals. Pressure sensitive force of surface vessels paid mall volume to date is running championship.
& tape holds bag securely to For by allies who wish to participate .
Reading WritingMore materials are winning new assignments about 25 percent above last .-
bed Wide angle door view and manned with mix. DeliveryTo
in many fields. year during the same period. For the first time spectatorsat
ed De Gaulle is
Allows resident of home to crews. opposedto
Not Gift Horses The old era. The postmaster is suggestingthat Titusville High basketball
than a billion persons in the world cannot adage not to look a gift horseIn see who is at door before open. this: its strongest European be absolutely sure of on- all outgoing mall includethe games are presented programs

read or write 44 per cent of all the earth's peopleover the mouth does not apply to Ing.Bits supporter seems to be West time delivery of outd town local ZIP Code (where -a nice move on the part of
15. that traditional Christmas favorite 0' Business/ Record Germany The object is to Christmas cards should be put practical, indicate the code high school officials The programs ..
the gift watch. Styling is sales of $18.! billion predictedfor shore up NATO: which has In the mall by Dec. l6 at the number) In return addresses. contain the schedule "
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been
weakness.
India has universal sufferage and yet, more than what's out front, but what's the electronics industry for' showing grave latest Postmaster Herman "People should keep Christmas line-ups for both teams, profiles
es.
illiterate. more Important In a watch is 1964 with volume for U M approaching Wattwood warned. mailing lists current. They of each Terrier, and the +
200 million of its voters are '
what's Inside, any jeweler will I I $17 billion :Sudsy Chins, the newest member of The Titusville Post Office li should check the return address cheerleaders.

One man and we can be proud he is an AmerIcan tell you. And what the ,Jeweler statistics: a major brewer expects the nuclear weapons club, is to open from 8:30: a.m. to 5:30p : es of all incoming cards make .
looks for is a Jewel-lever move to reach production of 10 be made to realize this country .m. so that patrons may purchase lure they have the correct ad And for those of you who .
has done more about this than any other per A has beer stamps and mall cards black I don't think basketball Is "catch- \
ment. 'Jewel-lever watch million barrels of by year. will not sit back and accept dresses in their 'little
son lie is Dr. Frank C. Laubach, still aggressively tiny Jewels guarding the friction end first time this total has threats to Southeast Asia. and packages.The book' and then add ZIP Codesto Ing on" more each year here
points to assure of ever been hit. October con. their he said. stop by the THS gym for a
looking to the future at 80. many years Force will be met with force. postmaster also noted listings
eliablltty and accuracy. A pin. sumption of rubber was an all- that there is more to the four ZIP Coded mall generallymoves game and you might find
Back 40 years ago as missionary to the Moros in lever watch, in contrast, has no time high for any month on red. The stultifying war In Viet new Christmas than in a more direct route standing room only.
stamps
the he found out he could jewels guarding its friction ord. The total was 180,442 lone Nam is under the closest kind and is handled fewer times !>e-
Philippines, soon accom- just a pretty design.
of and review. Accord. Most women don't start needling
points and so it literally wean tons. Previous record 174,447 scrutiny fore reaching its destination.This .
little long all the Moros were illiterate. He "Each of the gaily colored until the marriage
plish as as itself out. tons. ing to U.S. News the President not only speeds handling their men

came up with an idea that he has spread around wants to shore up the South holiday vast amount messengers of postal can servicefor triggera of the malls, but saves the Post is all sewed up.

the world. That idea is: "Each one teach one." Vietnamese government so thatIt Office Department a consider
he said.
Too Late To Classify can successfully do IU own you able sum of money, thereby enabling "You have an hour to live
fighting and our forces can be "The five-cent postage provides old chap," said the doctor. "Is
Each person taught to read and write pledges to first-class mail the postal service to
privilegesfor like to
withdrawn. But U.S. supportwill there you'd
anyone
maintain the low
teach one other person. By Russell Kay be continued so long as Christmas cards. This rates. present postal see?"

Based this Laubach and his Down In Miami there is a walked all the way from Maryland necessary. means they may be forwardedor I "Yes," replied the patient,
on simple thought, returned if undeliverable and Postmaster Wattwood noted "
doctor.
"another
young lady approaching the to Nebraska to find his
associates have conducted age Cuba, the story goes ". Is they receive the normal first-
mass literacy campaignsor of !W but she doesn't let that: family and make a new life. that the Christmas rush is the
prepared materials in languages in 105 coun- stop her or even slow her up for According to the records of to be still further cut off from class priority In handling and biggest season for the Post Of. "How do you like my new
the rest of the world, turned I delivery."Of I Ice but that the is in ?" asked the wife.
tries. she Is as chipper and active as American Association of Blood country evening gown
Into a more expensive drain on course the stamps will the midst of mail but ," was
most folks In their thirties. Banks, Sarah Baker Is the oldest () a explosion. "Pretty confusing
Russia. Furthermore It adds, be good for all mailing pun tie[ 72 billion of mail the
Laubach is on solid ground when he the person in the nation servingIn pieces reply.
says Mrs. Sarah Edith Baker started this Important work. attacks on our elements In the poses for which postage stamps handled during the past year is "How do you mean confus-
problem of illiteracy should be considered in every her career as a bookkeeper The association will hold IM area, Including observation I are used." six billion more than the num.ber ing?"

foreign aid project public or private. then became a legal secretary annual meeting at Bal Harbor planes will bring swift retaillation. The Post Office Department of pieces delivered only "Well said the husband "I

credit manager buyer, and next year and is making plans predicts another record volume three years ago. can't decide whether you're on
And he points out there are ten million personsIn wound up In Florida In 1922! at to honor Miss Baker at that That is not all by any means. I I of mall this Christmas with "The post office needs your the inside trying to get out or

the U.S. who cannot effectively read or write- the age of 50, became secretaryto time. The aid program will be subject i seven billion pieces moving cooperation," he concluded. on the outside trying to get in.''

in a nation where a relatively few votes have been an attorney, Learning that he Miss Baker lives by the philosophy to new appraisals, with the I J
defended bootleggers she resign. that we are all put objective of reducing It. And
known to swing a national election.
ed in and obtained
disgust a job
here by the Creator to serve "Those 'neutral' and 'nonaligned' -
with the Jackson Memorial Hospital fellow and she I which
our man never nations Invariablyvote The
as accountant and endedup loses an opportunity to do so. with Russia on world Issues .
Pitch In And Help holding four Important positions
will be left to get aid from
: receptionist, secretary Learning that a group of Cuban "
Russia not from the U.S.
bookkeeper and purchasing refugee women were excellent Happiest .
Half the joy of Christmas comes in seeing the agent. seamstresses but had no We're going to get tougher a.All

faces of our dear ones as they open our gifts. But She held her job until she sewing machine for their work with Russia in the U.N. too. Itwill
reached the of 89 become she one and be demanded that she
age to quietly bought presented pay
the true spirit of the holiday calls for gifts to thosewe
Identified with the newly established It to them so that they the 111 million she owes the ,, '
may never see: to the needy in our midst, John Elliott CommunityBlood could be self supporting.On world organization, or lose her

through our community charities, and to the poor Bank where she Is still another occasion she tooka votes In the Assembly. The

of other countries, through such agencies as CARE. employed.For typewriter to the home ofa rules provide for that, but so I
the last 20 years she has woman who was taking a business far have not been applied. i

The current CARE Food Crusade seeks $6,500,000 devoted her efforts to contacting course and needed a typewriter This Is a massive

to complete a yearlong plan to help feed 37,700,000 blood donors and spends for practice at home. Indeed. To quote U. S.program News : InL
To destitute In .
help
t
from to 12 hours persons
eight a day on once more "All around the
hungry people. U. S. Food for Peace donations of need of medical and surgical ,
the telephone calling donors who
world, in Africa as in Latin
farm abundance are the mainstay of the plan. Un- contribute blood without pay supplies she gathered hospital American within the Commun1st Town

der CARE partnership contracts, local: governmentswill which In turn Is provided patients supplies In her own home and empire as in Western Europe : :;\ \ ofo
them who "
provides to sufferers
pay delivery costs for 34,000,000 persons. To without charge. No o n e U. S. diplomats are learn-
need wheel chairs and other
knows how many lives her tireless
reach the rest CARE asks Americans as individualsto efforts have saved. articles but cannot afford to buyor LAVE WHERE YOUR DOLLARS WORK HARDER

pitch in and help by sending 0,500,000 packages, Daughter of a Nebraska pioneer rent them. AND GROW

at a dollar per package.In Sarah reflects her sturdy I. Few persons are better reador BIGGER-

stock. Her father. a Confederate better informed than Miss : IT DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE WHERE YOU SAVE.
schools, orphanages, destitute homes, CARE soldier was Imprisoned durIng Baker. She loves life and loves ?

"see" for us. Here is a staff man's report, after delivering the war and upon release I people and keeps up with local =*O' it S

packages to village in Colombia: "Most of and world politics sports, and _

all were affected by the children whose reactionto a variety of subjects. She can ,. Jf
we B He ajJtraimin *
quote baseball and football records
the simple food was almost like that of American yr 0 lirltF as accurately as she The prayer .f faith shall

kids to their Christmas toys. You never saw such quotes chapter and verse from ate kin that U lck.JM. and Loan Association of Titusville
her Bible, or discusses tileworld'i ( s3lS). _
smiles and tears of happiness on the faces of youngsters -
current events. We can use our faith to help:
who, for most of their lives never a day
go She credits her long life and
ethers la sickness, as well a* Downtown Office Indian
without hunger health to sturdy parents mod. ourselves. Our prayers can belike River Branch
erate living. Intelligent diet, exercise lights In the darkness be- WASHINGTON AT MAIN 14S N. COQUINA AVE.
Give Johnny his trains, Sue her doll and give ern and fully appreciation ol eases our affirmations of God-

yourself the joy of sharing so other may eat Mail We can lire with our own God's blessings\ and U confident life tae brine His healing
she will be able to live and OHN 9 TO 3 DAILY ALSO 4 TO 1 FRIDAY'
others serve to tilt aid of the
of
your contribution to: CARE Food Crusade, 660 First fault but the faults presence one .
her fellow man until she b la need Cwr..* Divld.nd _
Ave., New York, N. Y. 10016. get .. out nerves. 100. *f Him. a.ss C m vnfe4 S mI-Anrw lly






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Mender, December 14, 1,M TthisvHU", (Florida) St.tely.cate Pot* '
SI SLj. 1fii EILJ'C Wij. laredT 1 !1(


Ross Attends riTUSVILLE HIGH \'


TransporfalionConference TerrierTales f 1f

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BY
Earl Ross. Director of Transportation
for Brevard County DON HEMKE

Schools one of a group of more
than 300 delegates participating. $21.95
week In the 19M Driver Safety MorU Shown I '
last National PLUSH TOYS 71.Ft. Deluxe
Conference on School Trans. Thursday and Friday a movie entitled "Mechanized VALUE
Death" was shown to members of the Titusville High
portation had a hand In revising
standards for school buses English classes. The movie, which showed scenes of ac- I Dttlf*.4 for T... ..4 Toomklfk 4 VINYL TREE A
used all over the nation. I tual accidents where people were fatally injured, stress- qooliry Military iy"
Delegates spent three d a /1 ed that people should take time to think while driving, ....... flkof tilll.. I.,.. iota.rloo r !

studying specific proposals for and also while driving don't drink, and when drinking ae of lovoblt..HI ...,.fiddly. oiilmolioll A..I.'I his.Iih..hmklaN.
updating standards and improv don't drive." SALE PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY '

hug current operating practices. Commentator was Patrolman Brandies of the police 1 / I'
to assure the greatest possible department who said he hates to see people get injuredor 98 .. 8 88 .ft. ChrI_..
safety and economy in the operation killed in accidents especially high school youths @Jd&ice GIFT SETA CIN..F-wln

of transportation services whose life Is just beginning. He also said he fears, that Y ...a IH.um.Y .

in every state. I after the holidays, some students may not return to sift ..lit >..orlro Moo win .pN"l I.a. -AMP '? .'
The conference is administer. I school if they don't take time to think. Sko.. La".". After there T.Ic.m.d Mm. C.I.,... ELECTRIC WALL CLOCK Imhldd.16a.
the National EducationAssociation'
ed by National Commission I He stated that there have been 766 traffic accidents REG. 27.9
within the Titusville limits this and four faI
on Safety Education with I city: year $3.50 Booutiful, moJrn > 8
talities. He also warned that the police department is
funds provided by the Automo I Sportut 'Pln.1.ctlc *
Ute Safety Foundation. It Is co- conducting a crackdown issuing no warnings and all finesor .". wail
sponsored by the American tickets in an effort to stem the accident rate. @l &ice GIFT SET clock loiy to
sociation of School Administra The film was compliments of the Ohio State Patrol read.tlrectlve //j-Ft.' Deluxe Aluminum Tree [j j

tore, the Council of Chief State Please remember while you're driving over the holi- told and bl.ck ... ..
>or tkovo Lads, s" ., D.d.,.. ..114t/ Ikoi. dotlgn.' .tI. llfotlmo ,t"'t,.. rno with
School Officers NEA Depart. days it's "Better to be five minutes late down here than TolcmtNottl Trovol C..I..,.. 111 krootkoi ..4 ifori flits 1499 l
ment of Rural Education, theU. 25 years early up there." REG. V.,...
S. Office of Education.At Key Club V.9Af
the opening conference session The Key Club should be commended for the beautiful $1.75EVERYTHING 39.9 4/a.Ff. Aluminum Tree
at NEA headquarters delegates plaque which they have placed beneath the score-
heard J. 0. Mattson. pres. board in the THS gyw-sium bearing the names of the FOR HAPPY GIFTING! looutlfol .iklmmorlito, IIIe.t''... hid
$7,95 VALUE
ident of the Automotive Safety basketball coaches, JA Tolis and Floyd Davis, and of with ...II4I-C., ... of SkiS. 499
Foundation, call for a balanced the eleven varsity members. The plaque which is titled,
program that embraces the "Titusville High Terriers," is truly a monument to the GIFT WRAP
three E', of traffic safety HAMILTON BEACH 3Ft. Vinyl Christmas Tree
work the Key Club is doing. The Key Club is also co- f fd
Engineering, Education and Enforcement sponsor of the Fish Fry coming{ up Dec. 11. l foil or .,_Ml M.lo. Moot for floor or toklo-.roo4 la
PIP Rally wI4_.". lot'Poro .- .", ELECTRIC ..d.dC.mp. ... tt S14f.REVOLVING 198
Mattson also stressed the urgency .eell. .'
"
for better built and better Friday Dec. 4, during last period the first pep rallyof 1 1t'J. KNIFE '
equipped vehicles used by the basketball season was held in the gymnasium '
schools, for more extensive with the "pep" band and cheerleaders taking charge. 2'39' $6.95
find intensive training programsfor During the rally Coach Art Tolis head basketball ./'Compare at $24.95 ft VALUE I

drivers, and for improved coach at Titusville High, introduced his varsity mem- For ...y kind of ants fromvorydoy TREE
Supervision of school bus opera. bers, assistant coach, and student manager. The varsity 8-ROLL FESTIVE RIBBON |I.... to fmttvo dUiiori
members Cowart Jack ..,......Iy 11.1.." ..,.t..II.I"
are Sexton
Ray DeViese
tions. Taylor .... '
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Pa ol I-Foil 109-fr. !-tricki to It- .
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The conference ended after final David Nankivil, Ray Johnson, Mike Knowles Jerry | Mlf WAN w.l.tM.*-oitort.d toll** col 59 S A.ko4lo..d /I.lodo(.toliilou.ooiy-to-rtock! ", ..1..-.H 99 STAND _. ?
action on revision of two major Hightower, Preston Grimm, Jimmy Boyles Bill McBride, .,_7f. Cal". rlmmk button -kvllt-lit toblo roir 19
publications which will be and Jerome Thomas. The assistant coach is Coach Floyd _d-dotMkoblo ..,4. e ...,.." ..
distributed all over the U.S. The David and the student manager is J. Webber Assorted Tags Cards Seals will. ...",.1).1wi"
publications are "Minimum Coach Tolis also pointed out that the team has been .il'yNAN.
Standards for School Buses," working out for ten weeks and was real hungry for a Its IPO-count ...."...- 35C HAMILTON BEACH BLENDER I M.I' _iCs
..
and "Selection Instruction and Comooro let ....
win which they got Friday night by downing Cocoa .ty It'
Supervision of School Bus Drivers. Spoclolly' dotlfooo Il-Okoto Uq SINd.r artlll.I.1 a
trill.
Beach. This was the first rally since the last football
pep
, ." STYROFOAM SNOW wLA 4 lorflool Wool tottlof olo4 i (ol
game when Coach John Gaines pointed out that DROPS ,l I.. I "tur-o-iolo" o.H.. t..kpr..f' 96
Titusville High has reason to be proud of its athletic tlnrf. .... .hit. t..m h.u. loyl .... -folly f.oroitoo4Voloo. i2/.TI
McGuire To Join facilities. He exemplified this statement by saying "very n.-hl..,.a l,..,'r .I.r hut-p.I-"oI.Jot dr.", .... 2 FOR 25 C e 49.!

few high schools in the state have an asphalt track .m:.:.::;Hf|. IM.Christmas.

weight rooms, and gymnasiums or ball fields as goodas Tissue Wrap Transistor Radio
Agricultural the ones we have." It was also pointed out that he / CHRISTMAS TREE STAND

knows of no high school in the state that has handball for wr.ppl.y t .. dotorotlnf II ....-fiill 1 9C Holdi m
courts such as we ID-Id i 30- ..-Auortod tolon-loo. Hi. '+ omoilno.Twin kl-fl Moiltlvlry itookon,,, *odo .troo/ koovy oroot seep M
Agent's Staff I have.'I CHRISTMASCARD ftp-troll koonrlfvl fowklA ityllm, roionrolr Comporo to trill kooo P,ia.l it. froth.

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,,John F. McGuire will Join the -. ko4lo low,-ooiy-torry Complolo Outdoor Chrlitmn Lights rS
Brevard County Agricultural t ::.,. .. SPECIAL rnk kottorlo, 04 .
Staff this month as Assistant PI l oorokoM.SI2.fi IS-LAMP INOOOIMULTIPLI
f.
County Agricultural Agent. i" 1: I I..1 10 ....i'"lIy dotifiwd I SIT 189lJ]
Along with other duties, one of 1 Ckrlitnoi. Cordh 26"5 S2.SS VALUi

his prime responsibilities will r. Velut 1S-LAMP OUTDOOR
be working with commercialcitrus Compare MuiTirti sn
Interests. He will reportto 77 288fJ
This Prkol S3.7f VALUE
County Agent James T. Oxford ARGUS SLIDE VIEWER
Monday December 14.
Mr. McGuire will have spent couio.ncnnraranK GLASS TREE ORNAMENTS
.... ,, _..
H ,
fro" III 3| -
the first two weeks of December your ,
1 1-doi. komlfvl'
4'I r llldo ol, ood l ,/lon oollt-HHtortod
at the University of Florida Glade Mist krlfkt- .I" ."- I>/..1.. 41.....'.._ ...4. I I. 119
getting acquainted with our ',.., REG. U 1.....-o korool ot Sl.lf. |
Specialists in various fields of $2.95 199 .

agriculture and other agenciesand ...h.I..'. loom Air Protkoiwr OUTDOOR
departments that supportour .. I rI -... otroiol o..rt4 39 i R RT FLOODLIGHT FIXTURE

Brevard County Office in MtoN ..". It.. 5x7 Kodacolor Enlargement ..
Moony duty .t.1 flit
carrying on an effective Agricultural r 1 ;/
mina | wild OTUMK thr.. WNn unit 'I r ...114., Oooorotlnq. orr
Program. P Pe root" your .....1.. oo...1.o, oionotod I I. ..,-',..*d MO .. f..1.,
Mr. McGuire has lived In ,..,...1.. wkllo pl lo lti "..... wltk' nab 9 9' Cohort: ..,4.., ..._ It
Central Florida all of his life. e m ,'on vlodo-- He graduated from Clermont __ COUPONEXTENSION -Conoloto wltk .,Hio-> .r
High School, attended Orlando
Junior College, and graduatedfrom CORD I ELECTRIC BLANKEToiorloot Comport 59 {.
the University of Florida .t 1.98. I
August 1953. Immediately after

graduation he served as Field Full 1 h. )Indoor eiten' 11 Un OOla
Representative for a large *
commercial fertilizer company, r borgi. .. 43e.H.mil V. Superleclrlc '

also a chemical company with I .HH MUM* eon W.0w """ ,
headquarters in Orlando.He I HEATER
II /tJ1'fI /
comes to our county withJbpth I
.
technical and practical experience COUI'O,' rIy

in agriculture and willjhe ,
r type
an asset to the total Exten- l i q <\ ,.. It"".P
ion Program being carried on Bowl Deodorizer 9 ndtefl.l.d l.ML sad \

2kn Brevard County I .-
Mr. McGuire is married and John. f. McGuire .....11....
...h.... lleell ..... for
)as a young son. He and his 2 t aid .",
19
family will reside on Mitchell' wltll .Ii, .... I/.. i -Wllyp
..,.....
.Street; In Cocoa.Tables I' Inaugural Balls Haled In Stale /k.mA .I ..., __ tart WN. It/nl

:---0--; ;;" -mo;:; ;;: $6,95 Value
Bulkhead :
( For the first time in history III.
P1 W'fl
inaugural activities for the Governor t More than 100 official and COUI'O 49 IB

and State Cabinet mem-, wives will be present to take Arllo.ft. ........* .!.. I
Request Again ben are going to be brought to part in each of the Balls. In addition Easy Off OVEN hid "!.*_. <|MH lo .... tfm.oroforo .
.... .. ... .
the .
people. This was a campaign to p a .MI.Nly -
A large bulkhead, planned by promise made by Governor Governor and Mrs. c R ....,...." .....",.. .olof-4o.*,
Bums the Cabinet and HEATER
wives, .. GENERAL ELECTRIC
.t14
d.ysa. tens sad oorylto.Ikon ''
:the Florida National Bank elect Haydon Buns the Supreme Court and ,,wives 16.01. f," .lofoly ,...*. t.l,_ rich M
chain, a subsidiary of Dupont throughout Florida.Following visiting dignitaries Including the Jar49 a51 oo Mt.o OIWIi. P.M 7M.. i 788n .I Moool M-U .hnroot ....ia. ,
end the FEC railway was U- I the Tallahassee President of the Senate. a It'9. ,..... for *lo lo of < lo ...... Iono4 .... rro! ..... for ..'.-n-.11I11688
I Speaker ..... ... .
> fk tt,-off Ml fc-
o "' -
.bled again yesterday by the Bro- Ball on the evening of Jan. 3. I of the House and the reitpec a.mcod. __ Mrr WN. II/.It. COMPASS AT 114 tl PoNw*.
:.Yard County Commission there will be replica Inaugural live pro terns and merr.ben of J ;;;-.w .
i The bulkhead was asked forJieir Ball at Tampa Jan. S. Orlando, I the Military will attend. "
the entrance of the NASA Jan. 7, Jacksonville Jan. I, Miami 1 Each of the replica Ban will COCI'ON; General Electric BAYER ASPIRIN '-::";r 52
aU5e'AaylOUth of TttusvtHe and Jan. I and Penxacola
;*auld be included in the hue; Jara'j' open Governor with the and Grand Mrs.Mann Burns*edbv rMuminum Foil I AUTOMATICTOOTHBRUSH

Jcvkpment ted Would the spring bank from has indllc that- I I Obligingly Obeysludae's : l'nov1lj.r.... ,. rM duve. .man. 't' t fllr' the. PEPTO-BISMOL 'H"MOUTH 38'MICRIN '

.area.r I I OrderMINNEAPOLIS ., .
.
( ,
Vice Chairman Lee Ke out the F"r's refusal to (AP-Judge land his Royal Canadians. Miss $-". r.R-h9.Jk., 1.1.' |.. oolfro filrf"
:, back tares end sr.d that u John A. Weeks spotted a man Bryant win be the featured wIM -'It h.. Mtdlvm sig.45<
:long pay u the FTTC: refuses to co- sitting is toe rear of his courtroom vocalist and other entertainment L..4 s ..., are M.. ttdw cod ..//.p.. WASH It,. Nc ( "
operate with the cowry, be felt wearing a haL win be announced lat Iii ......
Disturbed by this disregard .-.,
should tale
:.jxwsibly second the look county at for courtroom decorum.: Judge er.During planning for the Balls nararmJi COUPON ...... ....... M- ".... ,
a any cooperaJtJon c"49
... Snow
... .
c. Z
with the Dupont interests.This Weeks ordered the man to around the state Burns agreed Ul-Rm Spray '::;: ;
was the second time the leave He did. { to allow the SaRI to be used to I I le.
tabled.t666. Toe clerk called for the burglary further what be terms Florida I Cfu'sli Top (..1.rsa..p.blSave
:Bulkhead was
I 2 ..... .
I Ii case of George A. RogdeK number one responsibility, edit ; REMOVER COVERED 'c disi I a 49t
:.. | who bad been free on $lw0 cation. A schoUnhtp foundation Chocolate
CHERRIES e-
'I bad. 1 has been formed\ handle funds ui ui 4-01. lofrl- 16e Dolan! tpMMI ,

i f S i 1' Rogde didn't come forward raised at the Ban around MC i:1//, 1'9. 2e I 44

I I "Your GoWeU honor said" that Prwecutor.Hartan b the] ute and outright to outstanding grants win FlorIda befurnfened i AM I w'M MUM MM W.d IJ/Mf 11 ICE CREAM S.1'IfGGr:;: r:=t- 49c

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man you' ordered from the studeals from the proceeds Z 0 eteort.dU4hpIEJAtdVwg5te4f fiG .
courtroom." < on a baste of need. the money

Poises are tin lucking torI J going back to students In the fj! m m t 1I [ rn
1 I Rogde. area In which tt u collected. |





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Tltutvlll (Flrl4 tir-A. Monday, Dcmbtr 14, 44 f
!' 4 ) t't
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Chapter Z, PEO To

/ Meet Next ThursdayChapter
'round town
Z of PEO will meet ,,
Walt Netas An0 NotNo
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at the home of Mrs. Ed Willis,
/ North ffrevardv 4 18S9 Hamlin Court at S p,m.
I telita baroara Thursday, Dec. 17th. The prtf
car zion gram will be in charge of Mrs,
a C. Brady the title being
I A festive holiday progressive their vacation Perhaps their I French Quarter, ,exploring the "Think of Bethlehem."
dinner was enjoyed by next trip will be more of a permanent quaint little shop samptftg the Chapter chairman is Mrs A
members and guests of Epsilon! one. Tom and Rena have many fine eating places In one Max Brewer. It will be the
!'Delta Chapter, Epsilon Sigma: two children, Linda ((14)) and little shop Judy discovered a final meeting of the month
I Alpha Friday night, beginning Lance ((10)), who are looking forward pretty cup and saucer to add to
I at the home of Harvey and to an especially happy her collection Mr and Mrs Ed Pink Lady ScheduleThe
'Mary Glrard on North Williams. Christmas this year. White of Orlando accompaniedthe
Following the tasty punch, the Flakes on the weekend trip Pink Lady Schedule for
group traveled over to Henry Judy and Courtland Flake of I Jess Parrish Memorial Hosplt.
and .Jan Theed home Anna 2324 Old
on Dixie Hwy are New
al, week of Dec. 13-19, Is
Drive for Clam Chowder and Orleans fans now, after their I Tomorrow Is collection day i : asfollows
1 then down to South Tltusville recent trip there for the Florida for 'Project Cheer. If you have I
I 44 J\ for the main course at the homeof .L.S.U. game. They truly enjoyed I not stopped by Citizens Bank Sunday, Dec. 13 Morning:
I Larry and Sonny Hill walking through the I yet to drop your gifts for FlorIdas P. Wilson, T. Wilson; afternoon
As a perfect ending for a holi [ mentally ill in the gaily : M. N. Cason; evening:
Ii day dinner, the nine couples enJoyed Presbyterian Circle decorated container, be sure Indo H Conner.
tlI Noel Cake and pumpkin I it first thing Tuesday. Aft. Monday, Dec. 14 Morning,
pie for dessert the In Meeting FridayThe
at home of
er the gifts are collected they Simms
M. E Busby, V ; after
,
Dr I
I and Mrs. W. Alston Brown I win be and distributed
wrapped
III in Forest Hills, followed Naomi Circle of the noon: E. Mallory, M. Long, G,
4-r by by'spons01'I of the project,
an exchange of gifts Each cou First Presbyterian Church met II the Brevard Menial .Health Sellers; evening: H. Conner, E.
pie also brought gifts for Pro]. at the home of Mrs. H. H. Association.: Stout, J. Meeker
ect Cheer. Hudson, 1318 Riverside Dr for Tuesday, Dec. 15 Morning: i
the December meeting and I F, Young, L. Pettit, F Tuten; I
; 1 To make the evening com- Christmas party Friday: afternoon afternoon: F. Thompson, C !
plete, Dr Brown got out his (I, Christmas is just! aruund the Thompson; evening: B. Mathi- r
guitar and the entire group corner and one way to really: son, P. Filer, B. Lee.
gathered around the warm, in. A Christmas tree and other get the true spirit of the boll Wednesday, Dec. II Morn.
,vitlng fireplace at the Brown's holiday decorations were usedto day's would be to attend the y
ing: M. E. Busby, V. Simms
home for a Christmas Hootenanny beautify the home. Mrs. Parkway Jr. High School annual afternoon K. Goethe ; I
; K.
Others attending were Ruth Joseph Campbell was in chargeof Christmas program tonight in Glerum 1
J. Bartlett
; evening: ,
and Niven Ball the devotions, which were on
Marge and the school's gym. 'Manger of K Phillips j
Richard Brady, Pat and June a Christmas theme Bethlehem" will be (presentedby
Dec. 17
Thursday, Morn
Ingram, William and Jan Mrs. W E Ziegler presided Miss Jane) Robert and the tIng '
L.
: Walding, B. Jones, G,
Barnes and William and Pat Announcement was made of the 225 member chorus with choral ;
Bray; afternoon: W, Whalen,
Ballard
pageant by the Woman's Association speaking favorite Christmas G.
Singleton, H. Bailey; even.
at the church next carols and family songs included -
Vivian (Mrs. Charles W.) Thursday, Dec 17 at 7:30: p.m.A in the program. M.ing:Spears S. Balongue, C Oliver., J. Hoskins\\
Bates will show beautiful color I gift of $25 was voted to the ,
slides of her recent trip to Italy Rehabilitation Center, and the Andy Young (a most talented Friday, Dec. 18 Morning:
during Tuesday's meeting of the nominating committee presented young man) and the art department D. Stout, M. Ramsey; afternoon
a711t1 American Association of Unlver a report. Officers for the at the school did set design : R. Kingman, A. Jack.
slty Women at 8 p.m. In the coming year will be Mrs. and scenery for this special son; evening: B. Bell, M Mon. I
River Lanes Bowling Center'sCommunity Ziegler chairman, Mrs Fred program. Accompanist! will hollon.
Room, at Indlin Bell secretary and treasurer, be Kathy Rhodes The program Saturday, Dec. 19 Morn
l River Plaza and Mrs. Campbell fellowship begins at 8 pm There is no ing: S. Gault; afternoon: B. .
Ziegler, V. Jodts K.
; evening: {
chairman Rev Charles Bates admission and a free baby sit.
This will be Martin, P. Stamp.
.1 _.._..,'....,,"" a very special gave a brief talk on the meaning ting service is being offered by
Christmas for Rena (Mrs. Tom) of Christmas
NURSING SCHOLARSHIP-Mrs. Gloria Rust, left, of Daytona Beach Jr, College during the groups Perkins of 2825 Juniper, who members of the school's Future
resigning president of Gateway Welcome Wagon recent Christmas luncheon at Whispering Hills has plans for a big family reun Other members present were Homemakers of America
Club, and Mrs. Kathy Rafferty, new president, p-- Country Club. The scholarship fund was one of the ion this year. Rena's parents, Mrs. Kenneth Copeland, Mrs.
? tented a nursing scholarship to Miss June Skroback club's: projects this year Mr and Mrs William White of R. E. Henderson, Mrs. George 'P.r B.tt.r
West Hartford, Conn., arrived Ford, Mrs. Edna Roberts, Mrs. FLOWERS FRAN! Hair Car.
I B'nai B'rith Youth today to spend the holidays and, Edna Atkinson, Mrs. 0 S. Barton .,
Welcome Club on the 23rd, Rena is expecting Mrs. Ira Nobles, Mrs. Elmer 'Noticttbly Superior" Raymond'sBEAUTY
Wagon Honors To OrganizeTeen Dress Revue her sister and family, the Dan Nason Guests were Mrs. forChristinas
Farllns, from Cleveland, Ohio John Brooks, Mrs. Margaret Parties LOUNGII.
-agers Interested In form This will be the White's first Brooks and Mrs. Kelser. Horn and OfficeDecorations. R. PLAZA
Scholarship Recipient Ing a B'nal B'rlth Youth Organ. Winners In trip to Florida and we certain. Gifts were exchanged and a I 167.31Ei
Ization are Invited to attend a ly hope the weather stays as social hour was enjoyed. Re-
Miss Juno Skroback, recip ducted the ,drawing for the meeting at the Twin Towers nice as it has been the past freshments were served before Mtmlitrt Flurlil. T.I. Dolli.rrW I
tent of the Welcome Wagon's door prizes, which is pcrscnted Apartments, Cocoa Beach, on Patrick Show weeks so they can really enjoy the meeting. Cirdtn St 267.2135
scholarship, was the special by a different sponsor each Saturday, Dec. 11, at 7 p.m.
guest at the Gateway Welcome month. Mrs. Howard Horn was The winners from the Whispering .
W agon's Christmas luncheon the winner of a lovely green school This organization, open to high. I Hills School 4-H Dress
has
I
and Chinese auction held Wed. and gold Christmas door panel age people over I. Revue were Miss Pamela Moore
nesday, Dec. 9 at the Whisper. from the Handyman Hardware 050 chapters distributed not only and Laura WUkes, first year,
ing Hills Country Club Miss Store Mrs. A. Kelly was selected throughout the United States, 'I and Miss PrIscilla Deason, second
but also in Canada, ,
England
Skroback, a student nurse at as the newcomer to receivea year winner. .
Australia, Israel, and Mexico.
Daytona Beach Junior College, small appliance given every
was Introduced by Mrs Ned three months by Badcock Furn The chapter here will be sp< n- These young ladies attendedthe
.
Bust. the club president. : iture. sored by the L nal B'rith Women Brevard County 4-H Fashion Drugstores
Over 60 members and guests of Cocoa. Show last Saturday held at
present, were greeted by a profusion Mrs. Bramhall, presented On hand to assist in this en the Officer's Club of Patrick Air
of bright red, gold, green I Mrs. Ned Rust, president, with deavor will be several young Force Base. They attended a
and silver decorations. Each of an engraved sliver charm in men and women from Orlando brunch at 130: a.m., followed
the tables had a "bauble tree" 'the form of a covered wagon., members of established by the fashion show at 10 a.m.
centerpiece bristling with gaudy the club symbol, as a remembrance chapters In that area. Fol to 12 noon, when they modeled
beads and ribbons, while several from the members.Mrs. lowing a business meeting en. their winning outfits
larger tables sparkled with Rust will be leaving Titus. tertainmcnt will be provided bya CANj.E
,lithe Chlrstmas gifts and decorative ville after Christmas for Mont local singing group, headedby The winners were selected
items made by the gomery, Ala Mrs. John Raf Ronny Oppenhouser, and refreshments from the local dress revues of
members for the Chinese auc- ferty was appointed by the ex I will be served. each club or school district to
tlon. ecutive board to take over the For further Information call I I represent their club in this

Mrs. Tom Cavanaugh, chairman president's duties. [ 032 S250 or (36.0041, Cocoa County Fashion ShowCHAAVIIRS,
The guests present were Mrs.
of the auction committee, I *
Bob Adams, Mrs. Carolyn
explained the operation" of a Chambers, Mrs. Sarah 62 1
Illxon,
Mrs. Louise Stockton, Mn H/ ,
Chinese auction, which Is to Mrs. Donald Brown, Mrs. John Ruby Stockton, Mrs. Evelyn ,. ">? ".* \
bid until a bell Is rung and the J E wri; fl'R'S -': / / .:. "
Rapp, Mrs. Walter Brown, Mrs Brown, Mrs Barbara Carlsonof &W- tlp'i'
last bid made gets the Item. James Markel, Mrs Myrtle the Star.Advocate, and MnDorrltt "...,'. If tfW k ,, -. -" '
Mrs William Bell, auctioneer, gee, Mrs. Edward Maguire, Mason of the Brevard Pimi run* v i 4 y *., -
was assisted by Mrs. June Harris ... ....
Scherdin Some of the items Mrs. Galynne Bollin- Sentinel. 'K& :j .

bold Included fancy pencil rrKrrrKr+tKKrrR.rr .K'eKKrKKrK.Kr evtKerK eKrrarrrKrarrerttKtttKKrrxx T! 1*'' 'H'"t-
holders, gilded wreathes, paper 'fifrJ
tells, ,bean felt cases bags,, table gay centerpieces piggy I There's Still Time To Join i

banks nylon net scouring pads. .
decorated match covers, and

girt The boxes Chinese auction was pre. G Smart Santas J

,ceded by a drawing entitled .
the winner to any item from -
among the many made for the : '
auction. Mrs. Walter Brown of .'. ; t
I / the
tirawing Babson .Park chose, winner a green of artl the. \ shop easy i '':''r : \ .. ._

tidal tree gaily festooned with ,- A

tiny hanging felt-covered on red rlggons match boxes : with A .

Mrs. Mike Branhall first + ," way, aChristmas .:
'vice-president, Introduced Mrs. I S ,'!.
Clare Simms, \\ell-know for her I III"
lovely voice, who sang several Club ,

Religious mas selections and traditional, accompanied Christ ,f! L

by Mrs. John Davis at the

piano Mrs Doug Barnhart, Welcome .: v.1check.. Why rotenjoy Ii IiII' e' ..J. ri

Wagon hostess, Intro } $[
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duced some of the club spon .
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-:;; I New Henderson Home Scene Burns Inaugural Ball


WitA Netaa And Note.r I
Of Pretty Yule LuncheonThe

Plans !
r Are CompleteFrank
B Christmas luncheon meeting won by Mrs' Ferguson
of Poinsettia Garden Circle, I Instead of exchanging Christmas j
The Titusvtlte Garden Club, gifts at the meeting the Darden of Tltusville, low the ball to be used to further
was held at the lovely home of members contributed each a chairman of the Brevard committee what he termed Florida's
Mrs. Thomas L. Henderson, stated amount This was turn- for Haydon Burns' Inaugural number one responsibility =
Falrlen Drive, Wednesday ed over to the Treasurer, Mrs. Ball announced today
Hostesses were* Mrs. Hender Carraway, for the Brevard Chil that final plans have been made Education. A Scholarship Foundation
Miss Holmes son, Mrs. Norman J. Cowart dren's Guidance Center for the ball to be held in Or has been formed to handle
funds raised at the balls and
lando.
Mrs. Henry Goethe and Mrs. ,
William H. H. Bennett I After adjournment, many For the first time in history, outright grants will be furnish
MagazineCorrespondent After the luncheon, served buffet members lingered to enjoy and inaugural activities for the Governor cd to outstanding Florida students
style from a sumptuously discuss the various plants and and State Cabinet members from the proceeds on a
appointed table, laden with, ornamental trees throughout are going to be brought to basis of need, tho money going
the grounds of the Henderson back to students in the ta
the people. This was a campaign areas
choice foods, many from Chribt-:
I home. which it is collected.
promise made by Governor-elect
mas delight recipes, the meet-
Burns throughout Florida. The Invitation list will be
,
Holmes 14 of ing was called to order.
Miss
1 Marilyn Presiding was, Chairman Mrs. Yule Packaging More than 100 officials and made up from the receipt list of
232 Swift Ave., has been named
wives will be present to take those contributing to the Schol-
W Sumner Ferguson, with her
for the
COoed Correspondent VIce-Chalrman, Mrs. Richard Demonstration Held part in the balls. In addition to arship Fund. Realizing there
1964-1965 school year, accord wll 1 E. Miegcl; Secretary, Mrs. William For Jaycee Wives Governor and Mrs. 'Burns, the will be many large contributorsto
to recent
ing a announcementby I
( + H. H. Bennett; Treasurer Cabinet members and wives. the Foundation it la hoped
Miss Margaret Hauser, edt a Mrs. Sidney Carraway. I Mrs. Ammons, representativefor the Supreme Court Justices and that donations will average $10
tor of Co-ed Magazine. Twenty-six members answer. Belk Lindsey, was the guest wives, visiting dignitaries, including per person for those attending

Miss Holmes, the daughter of ed Roll Call: Mrs. George Barley speaker Tuesday evening at the president of the Sen the balls.
i Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T, Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Carra the Jaycee wives meeting held ate, Speaker of the House and The Inaugural Brevard Committee
: Holmes, Is in the ninth grade way Mrs. Vernon Carter, Mrs. I at the Jaycee Club Mrs. Am the respective pro terns and Is working In close cooperation
i at Parkway Junior High. Her H. H. Coleman, Mrs. Cowart, moss displayed her originality members of the Military will at with the Burns chairman
appointment was made by Mrs Mrs. Don Crum, Mrs. Ferguson wrapping Christmas packages.Mrs. tend. in the various section of
Daniel Gipson, home economics Mrs. George F. Fey, Mrs. The balls will open with the the county Curtis Futch In Tltusville
j\y, teacher at Parkway. Goethe, Mrs. Beatrice D. Gould, Albert Bender, Introduced Grand March led by Governorand George Bailey In Cocoa
Mrs. Glenn Henderson. Mrs. R. by Mrs. W. H. Clark Mrs. Burns. Providing Leo Glawer in Cocoa
I Selected for her qualities of E. Henderson, Mrs. Thomas program: chairman, performs dance music for the affair will Beach, Grady White In Mel.
1 leadership and her enthusiasm Henderson, the Hostess, Mrs. H. a demonstration on how to be Guy Lombardo and Ills Roy. bourne, and Jim McCare of Eau
i for home economics, Miss H. Hudson, Mrs. Mlegel, Mrs. make a snowman centerpiece. al Canadians. Miss Anita Bryant Gallle. The Individual chairmenalso
Holmes will serve as Junior advisor Elmer E. Nason. Mrs. Ira Nobles Mrs. James Lovan will be the featured vocalist comprise the Burns patron-
of the editors of Co-ed, the Mrs. I. A. Rlgell Mrs. G. announced that Mrs.president Robert During the planning, Governor age committee for Brevard
i national magazine for teen-age elect Burns agreed to al- County.
L W, ScoNe Mrs. Richard H. SI- the winner of
Mosely was afrt'e
girls. She will keep them Mrs. Carl F. Threlkeld
monet and .
informed of activities at Parkway CHRISTMAS BAZAAR-Many lovely ville Woman's Club Inc. From left shampoo set at ran.sY'1
are and Mrs. Edwin H. Willis.
I Junior High. More than Christmas gift items and decorationswere Mrs. Fred Salter and Mrs. Roy Associate member Mrs. SaraB. Beauty work Salon, for her tremrndnus -. Diana Barnhart Elected
the
during membership
f t 4,000 Co ed Correspondents sold at a Christmas Bazaar following Ramsey, president of the club, showinggift Conkllng and Honorary drive. 1
throughout the United States recent meeting of the Titus selections to Mrs. Robert Manning. Member Mrs. Roy F. Roberts
I and Canada report regularly.The were also present.A The club welcomed Mrs President Of FSU Club

II presentation of a special NASA Wives Club I new member was Introduced Syvla Bailey and Mrs. Denise
Co-ed pin and card were made And to the Circle, Mrs WarrenA. Ousts as new members. I Miss Diana Barnhart daugh- woman's athletic honorary
' to Miss Holmes by Mrs. Gipson Dr. Mrs. Hughlett Are Meet At Colonial I II Bumpus.The Mrs. John Hopkins and Mrs ter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas group on college campus. The

: to signify her position as Correspondent -I I Secretary read a letter Robert Moseley served refresh Barnhart, 1110 Main, was elected purpose of the club Is to cooperate
I Guest Of Methodist CircleThe Titusville NASA Wives will of resignation from Mrs. James ments to the group. president of the Women's with tho Women's Recreation :
\\I Ii' hold their monthly social at the H. Whitaker, caused by her removal Mrs. James Lovan announced "F" Club at Florida State University Association by promoting

i' Soaked To The Skin Violet Hughlett WSCS Cir the circle. Colonial Cards will Lounge begin on at Thursday.9 a.m. fol.lowed Committee from Tltusville.Reports were given that the Jaycee's wives next last week. women's athletic activities;
to contribute to the
meeting would be held at the The "F" Club Is the development
cle's namesake, Mrs. Violet by a buffet luncheon at Women's
) But They Loved It Christmas were an outstanding report beingglv'n home 01 Mrs. Albert Bender, of high Ideals and university
Hughlett, a missionary to Africa corsages presented noon. No reservations are necessary by Mrs. of
Rlgcll
City
I spirit the college campus
to Mrs. Hughlett, her 17M Whispering Hills Road, on among
I:Some of the lovely ladies who was the guest of honor at daughter, Miss Vera Hughlett, a and all NASA wives are l Public Planting. Dec. 22. Mrs. Flake HostessTo students; and to award the"F"
.appeared on floats in the Christ the Christmas meeting last cordially Invited. Mrs. Cowart for of
missionary nurse in Liberia, presented action PEO Chapter as a sign outstanding
I
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
JJas parade were quite magnanimous
Poinsettia Circle's athletic
and her sister, Mrs. Ed Nor participation APOLLO MANAGERS ability.
in their appreciation H. G. Bezenhafer, 410 Robbins man. CIRCLE WILL MEET in the District VI. Presdent's Mrs. J. C Flake will be Miss Barnhart a graduate of
.Jhr! being afforded the opportun- Ave. I Conference, to be heldIn Mr. and Mrs. J. J Donald.
Homemade gifts were exchanged hostess to members of PEO of
I Dr. William Hughlett and Members of the Miriam Circle the class 1962 from TltusvtneIIl&h
ety and refreshmentswere Tttusville, May 11, 1985, with son, formerly of Denver, Colo
Mrs. Hughlett were among the served. of the First Presbyterian Tltusville Garden Club as !Host will be the managers of the Chapter BT at her home on the School, was also recently
;:R. A. Cutter has received several four American missionary families Old Dixie elected treasurer of the Women'l
Church will meet Wednesday, ess. Assignments accepted by new 112 unit Apollo Motel In Highway Thursday
letters from some of these arrested by the Congolese Those attending the meeting Dec. 16th at the home of Mrs. members were recorded.The South Tltusville, when It opens i Dec, 17th. The program will Recreation Association
:dung: beauties, who were braveenough troops last Aug. 4. Mrs. Hugh- Mrs. J. C. Patterson I which Is In charge of all women'
wen president L. C. Stewart, 1111 Main St. Surprise package was about Jan. 15th. I be held at 10 a.m. with Mrs.
to withstand the damp
lett related her experiences In of the Woman's Society of Intramurals on the FSU
feather and consider It an honor the Congo, including the arrest Christian Servlde; Mrs. John C. lugh Davidson u chaIrman. I campus.

to do so. and release by the Congolese Davis, Mrs. Bill Williams, Sin Then will be a gift exchange.

One letter received stated, "I rebels. Ernie Brown, Mrs. Cary L e n- Luncheon will be enjoyed at
want to thank you for the prlvilege Mrs. John C. Davis, the circle nard, Mrs. Robert Carpenter noon. DON'S Floral Art

; of riding on Cutter's float chairman, read the devotional Mrs. Larry E. Monhollon, Mrs. Your flower needs .
t. I must say I don't believe the Christmas Story from 0. F. Cannon, Mrs. Joe Cour- Mrs. Bill Walker is chapter my speelattI
{I've ever enjoyed anything Matthew and Luke. The program sor, Mrs. James Trimble, Mrs.J. chairman. The meeting will be 2678527A L(
more, even with the rain." a story entitled "T h e D. Hamm Mrs. Benzenhaf-- the last one of the calendar
: Another letter stated, ". I'll Inn That Missed It's Chance," er, Mrs. Norman, Mrs. Hughlett, year I
,never be able to thank you and "When Jesus Came was and daughter Vera Hughlett
:enough. I'm not much with presented by Mrs. Bill W 11. The January meeting will be
words but all I can say, is, llama held at the home of Mrs. James La Marick Salon it always near you!
:'thank you for the honor of ridIng Christmas cards were sent to Trimble, 138 Jay Jay Road, at Melbourne Cocoa Orlando Daytona Beach
on your float I'm gladwe Miss Carrie Mendel, of Dale- 8 p.m Jan. 14.
: rode the float rather than Mile. Ala., and Mrs John Raleyof TJTUSVILLEi Open mm. to 9 Monday

Islt in the car The harder It St. Louis, Mo., associate Parkway Junior 1 I Wednesday. Friday Tuva, and Sat.p.m.Til S p.m. I
[rained the happier I was and member and former member of
for some odd reason, I could High PTA To Meet :

t smlle more ." I
These gracious ladies, among Pe"Jona The P.T.A. of Parkway Junior
High School will meet tonight merry'
skin
,the many soaked to the .
considered it an "honor" and Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Year aln, at 8 p m. in the school

;"privilege" to ride in the Jay. Oak Point Park, Tltusville, an cafetorlum. ... r'k
Miss Jane Roberts will direct
ccc Christmas parade in the nounce the birth of a bon, weigh.
;pouring rain. They showed a ing 7 Ibs. 1 oz. the chorus carols.A ,.who will sing Christ A : < tllfoJJair.loJ
mas
true sense of civic duty and un-
:selfishness by staying on the, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Smith and baby sitter will be provided r' (. ,
,
open floats, so as not to disan- daughter, Eleanor, from Dallas, for the young children. '' .
{point the many Titusvtlle rest- Tex., but formerly of TltusvUle, AU parents of Parkway students
dents who were also standing in are visiting friends in Tltusvllle. are cordially Invited to attend A4"I

the rain just to see them. this meeting.Duplicate for a merry little
.M'"
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crocker It Mi.bt 1.1d. YOU! And to keep It

'Greeters To Hold Gardenia Circle, have re- Bridge LIKE THAT ONE"-Although theyare Mrs Ruth Volkman and Mrs Leona nice, a La Marick Perm

Christmas Luncheon cently been Ala. transferred to Club Will MeetThe a little young to be judges, who Falconer, hostesses for the meeting, among the world' f In*
j Huntsville, could be more of an expert on pretty admired the many beautiful items on estl! r rat

: The Christmas luncheon Duplicate Bridge Club 1 Christmas decorations than young display! along with some of the childrerj -
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland B. Holiday
will meet Wednesday at 730; children? And several from left
the
:meeting of the Florida Greeters Talmadge and daughter, Mary attending attending Cindy Corley,
sm. at the home of Mrs. Mobile Manor Coffee Social Wednes Johnny Venita Abshier SALE :
I Newcomers Club will be h e I d Catherine, are leaving on Dec. Cooper, ana
Wednesday Dec. 18 at the W histpering 18 for a few weeks of vacatin. George Avenue. Fey Interested, 80S Indian i River day were quick to point out that theChristmas Lauren Swoyer. LA MARICKLA t } I
Hills Country Club at They will attend the wedding of bridge decoration h.Ll liked be, qtr
players are Invited to attend. _. FAN COLD WAVE
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value not to exceed one Wlnntn' Warm Friend ftf ".,'4. HIM "SI
gifts, Dec. 20, and then go on to Ar last Wednesday were Mr and 5Complete
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TRAIN DEMOLISHES CAR-Alonzo was listed in serious condition, but .(
Fordham of 99 Buffalo Road escaped hospital officials today said he was not (

death here Thursday about noon when on the critical list The train was trav- ITr' tITc' C4 II e A I ITcr .
I the car, pictured above, in which he eling at about 40 miles an hour according ii t :
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I Pad Under ContractFive 4IMPERIAL



contracts totaling $20 fleeting It with the Vertical Assembly nana River; and constructinga I r r
million, including one for a sec Building In which the mile.long road from the Fluid 11'
end launch pad for the pro rockets will be erected bave Test Complex to the Banana ; ,
gram to land astronauts on the been under construction since River Causeway road

moon, have been awarded by November 1963 They are now -Boyce Co., Inc, of Clearwater ,,
the Canaveral District of the more than 75 per cent completed. Fla, $308147, for installinga tom
V.S. Army Corps of Engineers. new water line between

All of the work will be done, The Canaveral District of the Cape Kennedy and Merritt Island TOWERS
for the National Aeronautics and and for building and equipping
Corps of Engineers, as construction Od
Space Administration's John F. a pump house on the Banana I9
for the Kennedy rb
agency -
Kennedy Space Center River Causeway
Space Center, also announced -Samar Corp:. Orlando, Fla..
George A Fuller Co., of Los the award of '
new contracts
Angeles, Calif, was awarded a to: 'I $144.904, for an addition to the U.S. HIGHWAY 1, SOUTH, TITUSVILLE
$19055053 contract, for con. Central] Telephone Office InNASA'
Houddille Duval Co., of
Merritt Islando Industrial
struction of the second I lunar
launch pad, to be known as PadB Jacksonville, Fla, $45736210, complex and for about a Cv c, 't, V Gv'e
of Moon Launch Complex 39 for' widening and partially rebuilding mile of communication duct I I
on Merritt Island the main north south from near the telephone office 3, ,
road through the Merritt Island to the Manned proudly presents.
The new pad will be built Spacecraft Operations (SP21 .
I moon launch area from the Building
about a mile and a half north I
south gate on Merritt Island to -James A. Oberlin Maltland,
of Pad A and about a quarter
the Orslno intersection; Iou r- "Ia., $8,760 for work on the air
from the Atlantic Ocean.
Julie The two launch be lanlng (,000 feet of the road lead- conditioning system in the computer cer A New '
padswill For Your and iSp
Ing from the Orslno Intersection area of the E & L BuildIng Totally Concept Dining, Dancing
used by NASA for launching its
east toward the Ba at ,
Saturn V rocket on moon) Cape Kennedy ": Entertainment Pleasure!
Journeys carrying three astro* I v p ').h. ?

Hauls Built in of Apollo cellular spacecraft reinforced Sewer Franchise Lengthy Subjecl iI i> e ti "' : ,>;\,". D ) (

concrete, Pad B will be about I The ;
CO feet high and will cover more Intimate
At County Commission SessionsThe j
than a quarter square mile ,'
On the pad surface will be
!Structures for lying down the' age old problem consistently request, over the objections of : French Quarter 0" 9WE
mobile launch tower which will facing Brevard County Commisslonor Dick Muldrew of I Sundays

accompany the Saturn V rock.I Commission came to a head Melbourne who concurred with PRESENT A DINING '
ft to the pad, and for supportIng the company, pointing out that TREAT
the mobile arming tower i again yesterday during the com the county someday would probably \ I COFFEE SHOP FOR BREAKFAST, I
which will be brought to the pad mission sessions: to grant exclusive purchase these systems EIABORdfE
to provide access to the rocket I sewer and water fran- and operate them and it would I I i LUNCH, DINNER AND LATE SNACKS
for, final checkout. chises or continue the onexclusive be far better to purchase sys- I Items ;
Also to be built as part of the program planned and engineered by t j BOFETRH/
Job will be an addlUonal two utility companies than by "flyby I '
I From
mile section of the super strong Representatives of Atlantic .night" outfits who had no experience (, I 1 ,? j p ?
Crawlerway to be used by the Utilities presently serving developments In developing or opcr
Crawler Transporter In bringIng on Merritt Island, sting such systems Ha gave an The Fabulous and
the rocket, the launch tower north of the barge canal, asked example of a sewage system i
and the arming tower to the near Melbourne that was Issued I
for an exclusive franchise so MARK
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pad. that It could economically and on a non exclusive franchise. I WAYNE
The work on' Pad B and the with no committment of being Imperial Room
feasibly expand its operations I .
Crawlerway extension Is schH able to further Its operations. FInancing and hfa 1IANIACS
tiled for completion In the sum The company's representatives agencies refused to finance :
Bier of 191)0. slate It was extremely difficult the dim future of such an I : '
Pad A and the initial three to get financing for small operation, he said. I FOR GOURMET DINING AT ITS BEST 4 P'M9
mile section of Crawlerway con areas, with no Indications of ITt/4 PIaL In our
possibilities of expanding the The commission said it f e t 11 | Lourrg.v .
that It would have less control $ _
( Via/ II on Rex operations er| areas. to Include larg over a large exclusive franchised .. I j i -" PRIVATE DINING ROOMS AVAILABLE

The commission, denied the company. than smaller companies FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS and HOLIDAY PARTIES


Named VicePresident LP Gas Dealers

Continue PolicyThe County Permits

FOMThe 1
LP Gas Association of
Brevard County met last weekIn Slowest Of Year The
election of C Walton Rexas << r 'on. A discussion of Enchanting
Vice President of Florida Orange .
)policies and services to customers
Marketers Inc and The past week was the slow
a was an Important item
member of the Executive Committee .HI the agenda. At the current est all year In the county's
was announced today b,' core, association meant give building permit field Imperial Lounge
FOM President J. J. Famish Jr dally service to customers requiring
Total ,permits for the week
He Joins Marshall H Ed. it and this policy ,will
Wards Bartow, J. J. ParrNh Jr., Tltusville and Hugh W. $388883 Thirty new homes accounted ;
Schwarz. Winter Park, on the Attending turn represent for $38347 of the NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT, DANCINGOR
Executive Committee of Florida -I lives of Suburban Propane Bnvard overall total miscellaneous alterations
Orange Marketers One Gas, Commercial Gas and additions, repairs I JUST QUIET CONVERSATION
Milch Is one of the largest clt Thrifty Gas John' Marsh of etc rounded out the balanceat e 4 dw
&-grower cooperatives In Florida Suburban Propane here and pre. $24,410.
fcldent of the association presided -
Rex, President of Ilex.McC.ill at the meeting. Nut a single commercial permit .
Investment Company, has Sl'h'- was Issued.
ed on the FOM Board of Directors The next meeting will be held None of the residential per N L
since 1957 He has beena on the first Thursday In Jan- mils Issued were for North OPENING
uary in Cocoa I Brevard construction\
resident of Orlando since 1912
'and Is a past president of FlorIda .
Citrus Mutual, Orlando J THURSDAY NIGHT
LIMITED TO NORTH BREVARD HOMES ONLYII
Board of Realtors, and the Or

lando Klwants. He Is a past Fill Out and Mall To CHECK ONE ,
member of the Florida Citrus '
Commission and the National Smith Funeral Home n Religious o
Fruit and Vegetable Committee II NOD-Rellgloul r4HITS
TUuivlll., Florid
of the American Farm Bureau Q Decorated DoorI _

Federation I Ir.. to have my light .n and d.crit!"nt up Cram '
Rex the American
Institute organized of Real Estate .\p- D.clilon ctmb.r it llth final.thr.ugh December 25th. I accept the Judg.'i AND MISS

praisers, Is an Elder of the
First:Presbyterian Church, senior -
member of the Society of! Name . .. . ., . ., . . ... .... i _
Residential Appraisers and a I DIRECT FROM THE DUNES IN LAS VEGAS

member of the Country Club of Address ." ..,..,." .,.... ,. .. .... ,. ,.. .. .
Orlando and the UniversityClub. I I

City . . . ,. ,. .. .. ..... Reservations Please Charles 2676325hp
He and hisIff. Lottie. m, ke
their home at 1600 Spring Lake (ENTRIES MUST IE RECEIVED 1Y DEC. tlth)

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I Jess Parrish Mary J. Davenport Terry Lynn out to view the only living I is commemorated by the Sugar Museum at Apalachfeola t commemorates

Scoffsmoor News Griffin Charlotte Richardson, coral reefs in America at the Mill l Ruins Historic Memorial at the inventor of artificial I
Rutwbe Made Janice Lwler, of Coral Reef I New Smyrna Beach. refrtgation.I .
John Fennekamp
Hospital TittwvUte: Leona hiteMe,
' : Slate Park (11Key Largo- I
Edwar RM New Sreyrsa.
- (By Mrs. ) cutt displayed many lovely
747-ZMI items. ___o-__ __._&.....-...............,.....................'................-
Discharged: : C h r is taM. '''''''.... .., "''' ..''' ''''''' ... '''
Frost-KIII Hostesses Mrs. Jerry Stowe Aciiviy:
B.
Dean, Joyce SraitlMun Roy
. Betty Jo Ann KeD and and Mrs Jack Allen served refreshments A. Rutherford, James Alton\ ,

p+'@ am Frost were united in to: Mrs. Robert Al i. Dec. 1. HM FraiKM Woodward, Myrtle 'I

Holy Matrimony Dec. 5th at a len. Mrs. James Allen, Mr. Lucas, Joe Falin, Juanita Make Our Office. -
10 a.m. in a double ring ceremony Arthur Jones Mrs. Roy Smith Admitted: Hud Btbb, Motdy, Kim Hacker. MindyTower .
at the First Baptist Mrs. Teddy Osteen. Mrs Grady Dunittiy Mk* to. Frenm Own- Harold Thomas of Ti-

Church of Aurantla, with the Sanders Mrs. Glen Daven son, Bitty WilUi. Mrs. Willie tuiv rte
Rev. David Griner officiating.The port, Mrs Oly Greathouse, and: Louisiana, Evelyn Bell. Barbara I HEADQUARTERS
Church altar was de- Janie Partner Proceeds' will' Combs, Christi M. Dean,

torated with glads and white go to the Scottsmoor Firemenfor I Evelyn Woodham. Margw Florida's newest state park. .I

mums. Betty Jo, daughter of their building fund. Smith, of TitusviUe; George WashingUm Oaks Uantens, ForQUICK w

Mrs Silvia Kell Herndon, worea Ralph of Itackledge three miles south of Marine-
white satin floor-length gown Mr. and Mrs A L. Simpson Dismissed: Charles Hodges. land will be opened to the public

'Mth embroidered bodice of and children, Cleveland Dixon Margaret Stiles Ellen Blanih- January t, 1963 CASH ):

flowers and pearls, with full 14, Joyce Dixon II, and Phyllis and lAna DeLaney and baby.
tapered sleeves, and tiara of Dixon 8, of Terra Cela are I '
eeed pearls with a waist length now residing in a new home on Davis Card Of ThanksThe LOANS TO $600

Veil, and carried a bouquet of i Travis St. Simpson a former Titusville: Don BrMale, .f rt \
white baby mums with white boat builder for Welkraft Mfg Baldwin. Fla?; Doris \\arming- family of the late Mrs. + {

Latin streamers. In Sarasota is now employed ton, Quincy Maw ; IA.'I'Ia Ren- Irene Broun take this method ATLANTIC LOAN CO. .,

; Alvin Pederson was best by Rodney Thompson T Craft die. Daytona Beach; Rosa to thank their many friends and f i J\\

man. Mrs. Alvin Pederson!, in Titusville.Mr. Seigler, Minis neighbors for their arts of kindness 't OF TITUSVILLE

jnaid-of.honor, wore a red chiffon Mrs William Frost Dec. 11, W4 "and condolences In their it INDIAN RIVIR PLAZA I I.R.C. -267-4721) JACK MURPHYCUANTllT

and velvet dress and car and Mrs. Joe Clark of \dmittedUurle: Marler. recent bereavement
Public is InvitedFree
fled a bouquet of white mums. 7pm. Alpena, Mich are now residing Greg A. Klnnuncn, Dana llunnl- Mrs. Annie Mae Smith
- Mrs. Morris Hallum sang "1 at their winter home here l'lIlt, Sara M. C w anoli, Tarn and family :.:,)f ; ::t; )'i>...Jta..JtJe>>t _'i >4' i.Jti )1,.
"Be-1 Will Baptist Church __u_ __
),m'e You Truly" and
.<<:Iuse" accompanied by Judy will present "To Hear The An

Duke at the piano.A gels Sing" by members of Sun

reception was held in theUiurth day School classes, Dec. 24th
hall. Wedding cake: 7 Public welcome.
at p.m. RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU DECEMBER Ifth I +mnrnnmmmnmmmtmry
coffee, and punch was served ..INN..,.'. TOM INC. COrvl.,,T u4 ;li,j'I'rc,
to friends and relatives. Judy First Baptist Church of Au-

Duke caught the bridle bou- rantia will hold a church.wide

quet. Christmas party, Dec. 18th at Wlnn.Oi.!. has a :.i
> .The couple will reside in 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. "' lompleeoabrtln, nl 01 i i'l'! ,
Lakeland where they are both f"to vt foods for your i' I 1 i

employed Pine Grove Baptist Mission holiday hoof All 11
the dxinfli for frull
will hold a Christmas program / ii ii I II
tokti and other
Christmas Party Dec 23, at 7 p.m. Public inited. Midoy baking Food '
The Homemakers Club held 'ii
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I nxiktt a wonderful j
its annual Christmas party gift, for holiday gift 'i'' j
Thursday afternoon at the Mrs. Fred Carver held a tup- I giving too hami, ''';i I

borne of Mrs. Edward Host. pei-ware party Thursday nightat 1 turktyi fruit what ', ; I l ji
Mrs. Curtis Futch, presidentheld her home when Sarah North- aver your wanli' Ili'i Ilj ''I
a brief business session. WlmvDnlt hoi thf ',i ll ifni OOp ; ..
O I r? STORtSf
Mrs. Robert Allen opened the inttl quality at thrrwtt ,
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program with the reading of Vasil Funeral rtawnabl prlctl. ILUi Ullllllilllll

The Pine Cone" A pantomine

Skit of "The Christman Tur 100 SWIFT PREMIUM \ WI HAVE A COMPLETE SELECTION

key" was read by Mrs. Futch, "eld Dec. 5h!

acting was Mrs. Robert EXTRA CANNED .4. O "h CHRISTMASTREES
Wright as the pastor, and Mrs.
Funeral, services for W'ii amVasU. STAMPS .
Hawks the little
Dan as boy. 'tl'I.:
the of 71, of 749 South DixIe< Y.y ;
Christmas. following carols, singing gifts that I Highway. Indian River City Whoa. SWIFT [iAMs e( ,. \) '
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were under a silver decoratedtree 'I were held at 2 Dm Dec. 5 at CANNED HAM r ?
Sonh'a Greek Orthodox ChurchIn
were opened. The buffet WITHco54uFOV $ 99
Miami* with Interment in I PRICED
decorated in the holiday theme i
Wood'awn' Cemetery In Miami /1 $ c3 / FROM
contained a punch bowl of u.
Mr known
Vasll a v.e'1 rest
Hawaiian punch and a sleigh
auranteur and former owner of L ; CAN R.
a
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with Santa and his reindeer CHOOSE FROM SPRUCE OR
PIne' Grove Inn, died' at his BELOW
held the holiday cookies. r HALVERSON GREEN OR ITISWIFT
home In Indian RIver' City OP BONELESS SKINLESS kj
Mrs. Grover ) ORNAMENTAL TREEiI
Attending were:
Dec. 3. He was a member o'
Hallum, Mrs. Al Rlssell, Mrs. I V
Greek Orthodox Church in Orlando
Curtis Futch, Mrs. Ethel Woods .
Mrs. Robert Allen, Mrs. War
I Survivors are his son, Em-
ren Hawthorne, Mrs. Homer mannel Vasll; daughter, Frances

Bice, Mrs. Dan Hawks, Mrs Vasll; two sisters, Mrs. PREMIUM BROWN I SERVE
Lyle Gillenwaler, Mrs. Walter May DaLeo and Mrs Clara '
Locke, Mrs. Doland Cantrell, Dassos; two grandsons, two Sausage 49' Ra
Mrs. Price Hall, Mrs. Don San granddaughters and two great soz. Pkg.,

ford, Mrs. Robert Wright, Miss grandchildren. T SWIFT REG 3V' CHILI SANDWICH SPREAD or
Ai.ce Golder and six children,

LYschweiger> 5;: 29'SWIFT
Attend Program STATE: or "..ORIDACOPNTY
or DDVALThe
Ladles of the HomemakersClub ulld..llfnltd, under oath, PREMIUM FRUITED READY TO SERVE
who attended the Christ .;IL
.arl"a the Intention 0' the ulld.-
mas program at the Indian Rlvver allflled to e"lfolfe In t bt.ln..> 0 Picnics 59'SWEFT
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Civic Center Tuesday .nterprU* under the flotltlnui : c .
City mm of yl'AIITT COLRT ; i
were: Mrs. Warren Hawthorne, MOTEL OF TITl'HVILLE. laintrd PREMIUM READY TO SERVEFruited
Mrs. on IT. e. Highway No I
Edward Houston,
Mrs. Mouth 'In In* fllr of Tlluivllli
Don Sanford, Mrs. Curtis Futch, IIrn.." Caunlr IU of PlnrliUThou 'M''a Hams u79'ASTOR
Inttrfntvd lit Mid tntf-r- ,
Locke Mrs. AI .
Mrs. Walter prlM. and lh l client of lh. !I.
Rissell, Mrs. Robert Allen, Mrs limit of ..ch, li a '0110....
\ '''II INTFKrRTC :
Grover Hallum. rinlnv KnUht amt :: ;.-
Randoluh R. Thorn. to ft
/01 ('. rinl'.y Knl ht o
.Mr and Mrs Alvin Tender- C. riNLKT KNM.IIT """""
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wedding 11 OrtriM lloulnv.rd ';
celebrated their 5th "
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Jitknonvlllfi. riorlri
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anniversary Dec. 4. Al 10' K.nilolpll R ThnmM !Ir
PIES
RANDOLPH R. THOMAS J..1 "" FRUIT. _. .
his wife with a ,
vin surprised 41M Vrnoll Road wor.- ---- .a.
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beautiful bouquet of red roses. Jechennvllle Floridau r r v ;
/ Hi-Ion P. Whlloomh

Jlr and Mrs. Jim Stowc recently .Nature I l..r.cM Public. State of florid. tofIi s.uJ ., ;;r '
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visited their son Jim, In I .22f11tNOTARIAL ,
Jim returned with ( REAL>
Georgia. -c. 14. IA. 2S, Au14 Jar 4 iMol ) 1 toll.obtorber" '" j '
and visited with IMo. I 1 1 rift
his parents 'Nr""r/ / ; ; t l'
friends and relations. i i i 1000 'HII"... 1 1
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To Solve Your
Mrs. Ruby Gower is spend. ,
ing several days at the nome Hair Problems INSTANT ; MAXWELL HOUSE ASSORTED FLAVORS ASSORTED COLORS S CUCKIN' GOOD i MORTON FROZEN

of Smith tier, in daughter Orlando, Mrs. Wyman I, trust COFFEE ; Inst. COFFEE ;SOFT DRINKS ScotTissue TREETS j Pumpkin PIE

I Save lOs Jar Reg SI 125 6oz, Jar { Big 12 oz throw away corn | Box Sixe'

Mot Mr.ec'raft and of Mrs.Daytona Richard Beach A., i,1 ec4uImo"w ; ::

the formerly parents of of Scollsmoor a son, Gregory are 9 151 RIO29 31

Scott, born Nov 22 at Halifax I

Hospital[< in Dayton. 'I.gilingB c ,.,.,.Ihe"&r.i j fM ',1.1. "'1. ... t, .e | Rr,uar cr l w td'oin' {Fomoui Quality Low W.U P/c.{ TI.t/l I' "..d 5, ..., I.\:; .rl { luy i...'.l for th. Holidays
los. 11'oz'\ I IK
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The Tuesday Keen Teens night held at the a meeting home I TOF EXTRA VALUt STAMPS I I TO.-V$4--EXTRA.L: STAMPS Flzza. .2''%! ', 79'

of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Futch Twe r... roo... .
with the newly elected president I e A.Piet D.Pino .. Conned. Hem RF.G 39' CHEF IOY AR DIE with s.-o ,
Flutch. preslding 9 l701UG r
Georgiana 0000 Ir.b a1 IPM Woe MHl I OR Nor Pizza 89
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Cower and Ron- :
Mrs. Ruby 23< DIXIE DARLING .

help ny Sanders with the were Christmas cnosen Queen to 200 I I TOP EXTRA VALUE_STAMPS I I TOP EXTRA VALU1JTAMMTOf Rye Bread 1 ltS: 19'

who will be elected by penny er1 I b ru Tw1.u.
votes, the girls' pictures will be :--... '} f>ou. TMuXMOMl* T..re. w. 4f( LITTLE Of.88 IE
naked Piulc
Peeled
placed in Jars and sealed witha ........ :: ..., ,,, Shrimpm MC ICM .- ,..eo; ..... Fruit Squares 39'
slit in the top for the coins. _. __. ,.. "' ___.. I.. Pk g.
by Ou rM .* ..'1. ,..led hair
You may select a girl _.ol Only brae kick fwtf ate f t N.. I. RED BUSS
dropping in pennies, each pen real coloc tat rm m lh.. lilt EXTRA EXTRA.U Poland
ny will be a vote. The queen u will reign o\er the Christmas In. fray ..........itttnj Bog
Tw. Ore t L* 1e
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party Dec 1W at the homeof Hides parr lltmtt U Mrtalitgnj cons rw er W O ... Llleef;.. no ALL MitKyAApples
Mrs. Fred Carver ..d olwr tlmkt turn Or.nlt Juice Grovel Pound
5 49'ww
Attending were Judy Also- M.. diupprar e fr oh, T.u M TW| looK lat Ml** ..,.::, 14'111-> k:':::: I.,:. Bog
brook Futch Ronny Sanders
Andy
CM. itiMM dry, WlnU lair
Butch: Sanders, Tommy _,.. .... __II .d. bas
Paterson Georgiana latch, McIy bs if..p ..ir

David Meskk: Edward Rost, gal .. .*.....- IS
Nina Stowe\ and one guest _main Jt.'n til ......... Itrwyr : .
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Church lint BaptM Christmas Church programs: of Scottemoor : IMC iHiy pwfclem.II.Ur IMM. 1'IzefmarA Place 1 I lo..F I p Oootl1'hing8 To lat '

"Follow theMORE

will....present.... MORE ... ... 1 ""' :* ttaY1.4i '

&ar far ihatr\ OcMrau pro 1I DruaStarf*
Cram preseeted by the Sunday
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{ ELECTRIC V/ In. apaakar, mag.Mtlc .
JJ6ZtJlUltdt
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Teughbeam.Maderskh. with :Inuit high I pow.r extra
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SQUIBB the Ingrr adjustment ind Yo..habl.lIaIn. lamlHvlty. Tw.-tone black
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1m itael cutting bud the Schick Super
:: quick, gentle Speed becama ell things to tU ihiva. ,, 1 C r nd gray ell with upper platen
up" and-down action 0 Th. new Schkk Electric lUinlen steel\
r.r.: hadlydurpII.IIacrrhupIOIndoffen metal finish with round t
r.r.-.. dean comforUMe inivei ame Her Urn*. ? ;w b, Hal. 4'SJ high X 2V. wide, '..
r.r. Wash stubble from hood r iht under DM Anchor Long-Stem GlasswareThese
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faucet An mazing ihiving. JV 'd p
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r.r.-. DOLLARS 8.8 be welcome by anyone under the Christmas tree. Regular $14?

rEr. Choose from Cocktail, Cordial Champagne Wine 17.95 (

.-. and Whiskey Sour shapes-

..--.. fw. He'll love you 4 PIECE SET 1 44 1

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M/Hatar sn st Nloiloro lr AQUA VELVA wllllam LECTRIC SHAVE z4 I
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.-. ijj aeprof 'iilond Corow. .ShaY' Lotion tW2:1.ShaYi!: Lotion '
... P ,pulsed tow a I Mdth.w AQUA VELVA AQUA VELVA her Gifts
Thsge'Yntl AQUA VELVA LOTION end
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. i. pron Do sdt enon.w AQUA VELVA I LOTION I wllliame
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Spray [m
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Pros ,"INI- MattMINoIH'PHfUMISFamily Royal!
of *" 1fOM'...WIn411
//-7 C Ion, llevd' Slradlvart/ ,Cnph*
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1 In Ih..l l gont gold wcruiitd 1
I crown !bottl. $7.10 1.
$2000
COLOGNE and .
silky
''Aw LA .. BATH POWDER
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Trot htr royally Ihr* fro
Sees inch dnlgntd t. mattK :\
granny
-- U different mod.' ..Wind Song, ft
and llvd
Stradivari Cologne ;
W'1Il1N0v
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ear rwx., IKIN M.fUMI AND let tAee.Aar.ntyhror.
-- h !. i DUSTING POWDER sir / +Me CLASSICS In FRAGRANCE
1 .I PIw ''dII: ., A gay combination of skis phfume gifts QUINTET 1
ear- and matching dutrlng pow bring hit ._J Tweed Miracleyour
r d.r-l.mplete with. "ful Shanghai Dark Brilllanca
w ... Iambi wool. puff Available hi mess.g. Pad Lilac Colognes :\
Wind Song. Stradivari' lelov.d., d',:: this Christmas fl I
w.r ,. 7 and Abe $3.SOCOIOONI f. 60- i
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----- Here's what well-dres sect men jj., Duly.. .f FRAGRANCE CLASSICS gift TRIO taU in

-- will be A velvet! bow binds together two Tweed Miracle,
wearing popular companloni Wind Song Shanghai ColografDon't
and Stradivari Colognes, In e

w E i |y on December 26th. loin!brilliant,. $}00 backdrop 01 holiday T tt Sl.OOn.w C]

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K hesitate
:: A. UNDERWEAR for a rich, ripe, succulent look... ,

givePaperiate
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ATHLETIC SHIRTS TEl SHIRTS
= Soft"comfort" obiorb.nl cotton tmt.Cut for rnoxk Soft, collon bolt ..uortoMleeva iKbt. tools captured in your lips by a
ar wum and unoalh fit. PUll while finlih equally well at an und.nhln or sport shirt.long
that nays freih-looklng washing cfler waihlna.. tvck-ln won"t rid.. up. Sir,, S, M, I, XU Also marvelous new oval lipstickliquessence I I V
= Silos 14.4" available In V neck ilyl*.

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Book ,.. pace lIT bold J 01 TMlJ.n* U unknown'wboM' JOHN tilaioof Columbua.MADl o2.: a C'nrnal.in; i.I ,SlAy, ; -..,
HKMO: WALTON. ma
I News BENJAMIN 8. ICALNICKlsdluddaaily !rwilii>nc.. la aaknown. MARIB plac of *.

Indian River Cify South fifuswille I wIts. sad dIALERS DONALD and a* ft Truatsosad COOP.ALLsicK. donoo WALTON la whom uakaowa.Blaoe. >of pRllI moo).- MM.plao o"(,;ra.ldno iax'triooXk: I. ,7,1: :], v *

WAl.TON'hoOO \acO acvorallr and rmpoctlvrh >.
XRt M4 TORTOAOB ror.- uakaowat ALoIiA 'wrf. Inc. and If dead all pain.Ing ,.-, !, ,J,""
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:: "BarMe Doll"A New Orleans, La., where John they decided to come back at .71 4 IB la fayer 0. R,ef Rook MARK 100.MAlA-part TON.donoo wb_ piano of .ld.DOO WALTON.who. 5osknow. ton. Interests John Henry under Walton Aaburt u ./'.
AUIDRT
= : project Just completed for ("iT ''R.-' 1" Sr. worked for the Chrysler the tost opportunity. John has Me-Laiigklm-. Paul, end Robert Doucbaa.M O.. .. "Wd: l"'ac I. uoha.wo Walton. Morris WaltoaT H.> J
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Walton. Albert ,
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,. THOMAS Walton p ,,.
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the Public Affairs Department ; Corporation Before bat be secured a job from NASA and ......: TlolOt VlltMOTM.MTnut 'ALTOM.: wll_ plane of mudsoos '''r.rlte Cbarln *

= : of the Indian River City Wo 'L'I: worked for the Martin Company they all hope they are here for *.; sod Law Frod.B- Ie .kllOwa; CIOARLBSWALTON. Mra. CorirT I i'V'
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t': of mesh' ton. a atnal nan. Ooori
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man's dub, resulted to the Co- : It" 1'4" In Denver, CoL for 18 keeps.W 7000-2401 STATEjh'nSainSff"** ..... .. ...whoa....w.: piano MRS. CHARLES Jrn a sinus ....... Ooorm % Ilt"I\''It' "

= : quina Elementary School Safety ,;;.,M't years. WALTON.anknown w....:. CORLKT Bla...| ofraaldoaoo *Walton? UIISD- woman.Wait.5, ETri M,':I|
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Their home '1- UO No UU U6J. 11M Ue.4. ..bo.. Folton. Darlln Fellon, MI''
Patrol being |2S. richer. I state Is Penn ) TH* CWCCTT COURT Or WALTON. a alBKle man. ""
= This was the "Barbie Doll" .' vania. He was born in Warren vita inKTft' JUDICIAL OftWIT iUrXRAINAOl! CASEMENT fI\aGo of ...1..... 10 uokonwnOSORUS : Walton Emma Walton MVd ',?.
sbuson.
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Of AND> FOR JHUCTABD LATERAL LEIT OF W.ALoTOl'f. 1ft. a Mama Maddox Runty III. i ,
DITCH
= ; project fostered by Mr*. Ruth i T" County, while she was born In COUMTT. rz.oitsv. STATION UM + 00 .. whom DIaoo Of owaidrors Isnslaown Victoria Maddox Marlnr *
LAW wo.'' .k.r : OICOROII WALoTON.lit. Brown. Walter Brown. Ar.-;
a. Sirman, :Mrs. Barbara Cromwell Erie. AMAH NOTICE Or VCLK FISt That NEIl part of BB1 of ef Section 5.Tswo.bi .. wb.... olacs of .14.DCO isushnowo ton Stafford. Manrantb. HtifT.'i';:
= and Mrs. Peggy Gray, all Since arriving here, John Sr. RATH ROAD DEPARTMENT 27 gtoutb Rang M : WILLIE MAE WAL a .1.." woman. Albert Si.>', .>.
Ie.DkDOW.
or FLORIDA aa Annoy of ill of TON. wboao plaoo ef rooldoao. CroSs Stafford. Franc Yo" I
-. of whom worked to make a works for NASA at Cape Kenned a..te of Florida Past ditch lying oantorllae within deecrtbed 2t feet M a .: MABEL WALTON, a RIobardMn Tom Rlc.i.i: /

= complete outfit for this doll )'. PUUoor, follow: Initlo woman wbooo piacs OfruMeao Oartntd Walton Cbapm.n .,{i
y. la aakaowai EARLOBE Do Cfcanman. Mary CuthrUranKfcn .
_. The proceeds of this Project Jane is in TitusvUle High RUTH V ATKINS et al. Commanoe Oectlon *.a. tb Tewnablp. South boundaryof 27 Booth. FKLTON. whoM picas' ef rojij.doaoo JohaaJe atrauchn, i ::?
Defendant. I. ".k._.: DARLING Ma Waltoa, John Don w
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= have been given to the Safety I School, while Tom and John Jr. NOTICJB Or EMINENT DOMAIN Range Weal M from East th at Southeast a point 17150ton .....- FXLTON. wkoM pines of roaldxaoo A.bury Waltoa, Jr.. II... 1,1 1. -J
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Patrol toward the purchase of PROCBKDIiro' la vakaowa.: MINNIE Walton, Flute Walton /
for the are at Parkway Junior 111gb IN' THE NAil: AND BT TRill nor thereof Wool run 2142J7 thinoe feet to NortlaI'OC'IO" tb* WALTON. whose 1'1...... of ...1- :';II Willis. Ws1 MrFlut.y 7
= equipment necessary School. The family belongs to ANTHORITT or THS STATB dunoo to unknown."' EMMA WALTON Mra. WIlts Walton, Alfred Yo.o!
Patrol's well-being and comfort g'PROJECTBENEFITS the Indian River Methodist or FLORIDA: South roolDtoojrtD.ln.1 N'UIO" went run SilO feet thenpe to MADDOX wbo.. plan of ton. Mr. Alfred Walton 4r'If' '\
City TO ALL WHOM IT MAT COWCEftN. said 11.... roaldmco le unknown MARVEN A. Maddox II... Arthur A, Mti.
doll lbs and of ninrey
of the :
= Winner was sad ....... ...* dox. LiverS Maddox. Lisa
= Church. Tom and John Jr. are to.u and Containing ..11 acre more or MADDOX whoa. pisen' .f M. ,.
Ann Gray. .aartl. elalmln* or navies soy 1_ nclualv of right ef way for d.nco I. unknown l HENRY MAX dos Marcll Maddox. a snu;
= members of the department members of Boy Scout Troop right. UU.. IntorMt, **..10. mort- II." Road I (1-t6I. DOX wb_ \>1.... of roaldoaoo to man, II... ..:roll M.ddo_ ,;,.
Other 370 cafe. or other lion to thanoortaln MADDOX. rally and fwpoctlv.lv,
sponsored by that church, or o* OWNED BY: LAKII WASHINO'TON unknown: VICTORIA dooeiwi
are: Mrs. Peggy parcel' of land bmlnaftcr : SHOREd DEVELOP' wboa plaoo. of rertdoaoo to unkaowal or othenrlie a* .""u.., ktlrrdavlBM
= and John is the scribe for the ducrlbid, aid lbs following CORPORATION. "' MAROARBTA BROWN. *. lattices ir.otee.. vialcn
__ Jacobus, :Mrs. Jlnny Czablns SAFETY PATROlProceedsfrom Troop. parsons toa.thr with all an- WBJECT MiNT TOt, Morti f.. roeordod -I wboao "I... of rnldmco to ..... *... tenors, creditor, .nuc.ooa .
Mrs. Grace McLendon Mrs. knawn pareona olalmlnn br. : !. OR. Book SO at 1'.... known WALTER BROWN. or other claimant In lbs
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:: the "Barbie Doll' project, sponsored bY' the The family not new to this throufh" or nadir known twraoni I ITT and 111 IB favor of wboao place of ".Iden... I. unknown property Involvad In tbl. lull ari
OIl 0 dare Slrnms, Mrs. Ethel Pit- Public Affairs Department of IRC Woman's Club who are '004. or who sri not CHARLES H. CRIM. a* ANNIE WALTON STAF b.reID.1tar daaerib.d: all Mr."?
Mrs. Gloria Jones and County. It seems that they lived kaowa to .b* dead or allvoi Tru.too Mortcaio ...,.reI.d FORD. wboM place of rwld.ncoU bavins' or clatmln any Interut !II
: : kethley, turned Eddie Fine teacher and adult Laos tb* laadi bests deacrlbed
were over to in Melbourne for two years Prodanovl I In Mart ais Book 1TI at Lois unknown MAROARETUK tbe
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Mrs. Pat Romane. 7817 Dally 8trat STAFFORD a undo woman place of _14. of oath
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0 .21, la favor of PLATT CAT.
leader of the Safety Patrol at Coquina School. Billy around 1957-1958 and then he whom la unknown
.- Vtlca, Michigan TLK COMPANY: lIort.... roeordod whoso plaoo of reatdenoo I. unknowai union ,,
Conrad, member of Patrol, draws winning number was transferred North. They .KCTION 70220-2401 STATE I la OR. Book 78 at ALBERT STAFFORD oth.rwlM shown bertln; all ?,,..
:: IRC Civic AiiocUllen ROAD t (1-9111 BREVARD Pa*. 181. la favor of BEN. wboM plans of raaldmo to tin- ...... OI..mIDII any .tot.. rI,11
from box held by Mrs. Peggy Gray. liked this County so well its COUNTY DESCRIPTION I JAMtN 5. KALN1CK. IndlTlduallr. known CASSIE STAFFORD.wboao tills or Intercut In or lien jt,00
:: The meeting of the Indian people and Its climate that BRD No. 102.1. 1024 102J. IOU and a. Truatoo, and pl.... of ....d.D... la unknown tb* real property herein dewnbtd
,
River Civic Association WAS wlfo. HELENA 5. KALNICK : FRANCES WALTON or .n, part thereof. DefgndmiL
:: City Some S3 members were present and Mrs. Klnner were recogniz RIGHT Or WAY and DONALD COOPER; and RICHARDSON wboa Plaoo of GREETINGS: You are hvtor
_. scheduled for last Thurs LIMITED ACCESS Mor ... recorded la OR. residence la unknown: TOM notified tb.t. proceeding
nigh in the Civic along with two guests, Mrs. ed. New KindergartenTo That part oft Book l MO at P>(* '72, In favor RICHARDSON wb.... place of quiet tills Iso been brought, !
:: day Commencing- an Iron pipe roaldonoe to unknown: GERTRUDE lbs Circuit Court for Rrmri
Trait.
Frank Wise Sr. and Mrs. Anderson of MARK MAURER a.
U Center had some difficulties to The officers of Indian River Jan. 4th .et *n lbs South line of __ ... and Robert. a. XcLavKbHa WALTON' CHAPMAN. County, Florid*. a* Chance,,
but held from Michigan a sisterof I Grange for the next year are: Open tlon X Townihlp 27 South. ; Paul Doucfcaa a. Tru.to wboa place of .*.14.n... I. unknown Caa. No. 2K084 agalnit Non idacb
:: overcome, was just Rang M Eait. J38M font of and
agalnat .
Mrs. Eleanor Falser of Oak .; Victor VallMona, .. : JOB DOS CHAPMAN. you all tnt.aon
Master William Rowe
UU Worthy ; Wt of lbs goutheaat corner claiming any arIa)..
The First I. right.
the same. I Church of the Naz- Tro..I.1I4 Lau Prodaaovlo. wboao ptaco of raald.nco unknown
Paul Mann of maid Section. I. from thence till* or Interest In or lien
Street Mrs. presi.dent Overseer Glen Richmond Lee- MART CATHERINE uooi
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:: 11. G. Bartlett, president of arene, 1027 Park Ave., will opena f* North on a tins (belna; the You sod each of roil, era 8TRAUGRN. wboa plac of th. following deinrlbed real proo.
-. the Association, could not be presided at the meeting. I. turer, Helen Rowe; Steward, Kindergarten Jan. 4, 1965, North. sad South center line hereby commanded to appear by nwldcnee to unknown JOHNNIKBTRAUOHN. art? situate In Brevard Count.
1 Arthur Demond of th East one-half of aaldBectlon Florida, to-wttl North 9* tot
Bertha and Potltloa ofroaldonro ot
Bertha Demond Assistant flllnc an Annwor to tbo whom DIsco
:: present because of Important I ; with classes for boys and girls 2). la point la th. horotoforo filed la thlo eauao lathe to unknown; EDNA lbs South 2(4 feet of the RE U
-. work In which he was engaged were the hostess of the even Steward, James Dutchess; four and five years of ranter line.of th. public road .ntltled Court, on or boforoJanuary MAE: WALTON. who* plac. of of tbs NE K of Section 22 Tom.
age. known Duda' Road hip 24 South Rang M Eait
; 25, 1965. to show what mldenro to unknown JOE DOEWALTON All
:: at the Cape; Paul Wiley, first ing. I Chaplain, Florence Richmond; Registration will be held Dec. thenoa to Northweiterly fol rliht title, Intorvit or lien you. whose Discs; of re.ldenco -I of lbs above described lands briiu

-0 vice president could not attend Following the business meet- I Treasurer, Alberta Dutchess; 21, 22, 28 and 29; from t to 12 lowingtbe.'. Road center of aid or any of you. bays la and to lbs I. unknown; A8BURT I 'located, In Brevard County plo,.
to a point on tbs abovo-dMcrlbed landa and show WALTON. JR.. wb.... Slave of Ida and you and each of YOU s..
:: due to illness in his family; leg those present played games Secretary, Dorothy Bowley; a.m. at the Church. Nortb line of old Bectlon X Ca,.. why the urn. sbould not ranldenco I I. unknown: MRS. AS- hereby requl.ed to servo a con
and enjoyed a social evening. Gate Keeper, Leonard Rowe; which U dlitant 8029 feet .bo taken for the uses, and pur BURT WALTON. JR. wbo*. of your A..w.r noon Plalntlfri
Bernard Carlin of the First The Weeterly from lbs N ortb..., attorney whoa
has name are
=: kindergarten already pom sat fortB In lbs P.UUoa pl.... of re.ld.nr. .. unknown: anne
Cores Katherine Beckman
_Uo Federal Savings Loan Association ; pre> registered a number of corner of nald Section 2; filed herein. FLUTE WALTON. wbo. rises .d to thin Notice oa or before ibt
Back Horn* Pomona, Mary Ford; Flora, thence go Wealerly alonr lbs WITNESS my Hand and tbo of rmldenc I I. unknown: MR9. 24th day of December. 1964, and u
= of Tltusvllle, who was children and are requesting parents Townahlp line to th. Nortb soot of tbl. Court on thin lltk FLUTEY WALTON. wb.... .""* fll. said Anawer with the Clerk

-0 to have been guest speaker was Mrs. Franklin (Inez) Hill of Hannah Steward Tebi Ivah; Standish Lady Assistant Three to please register the children 4uartar.Mctloa North line of Btwtlon corner on 4. laid lbs day of CTRTI8 Drembor.. R BARNES AD 1964. of WALTON.residents wboa I* unknown place of WILLIE...1- of County lbs Clrcut n-n-lda.. Court at of lltunrllk Breviri.

:: unable to attend due to illness. Slate Road No. 50 la home ; early to Insure them a Township and Range; thenc CLERK or THE CIRCUIT dents I. unknown: MRS. WILLIE Florida therein Mttlng un the
_. The chair devolved on Mrs. Year Member of the Executive go South along th. North and COURT, IN AND FOR WALTON wboao plaoa of roil- eitate. right till. or Intercut II
after place.A .
again undergoing surgeryat ffouth center line of laid 5.0lion BREVARD COUNTLFLORIDA. or lien upon th. above deicrIM
:: Clare Simms, second vice- Orange Memorial Hospital in Committee, Floyd Standish. new educational building is Section 4 to 4; th thence. center Well of along laid done WALTON.to unknown wb.... pIano ALFRED of n.l- property claimed by you: fillmi

_e president, who presided at a Orlando. Her parents, Mr. and Present at this i meetingwere now under construction and the th. North line of V S. Government BTl DEPUTY Berlin nail CLERK (ones to 211S Manton. Philadelphia .which..I".t judgment you and will.cb be 01 yoo enter. lit*

:: short business meeting held Mrs. Jesse Maynard, from Man, 27 members of Indian kindergarten will move into to th.Lot Wet 2 of line laid of old Section Beo-4 SEAL ) 46,WALTON.Penmvlvtnla WHOM: MRS.plae ALFRED of- default.Lawrence Tb. tltl* of tb. CBM .k

-55 with only meager attendance. W. Va., are here and will also Mound Grange, 19 from Indian the new building upon comple lion 4: lImos South to a pointon JAMEB HOLLAND} RICHARDSO BUILDING re.ldeno .to 211. Manton. Pbllailelphla Lillian Wllt..n..t.Walton Plaintiff.1. Defend.anta. ii.
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=: Complaints were voiced that visit with other relatives and River Grange, 21 from Vero tion. lbs the South projection(has of said Weeterly Section of TALLAHAMCE. FLORIDA HUR A.4 MADDOX.PennsylvanIa wboa place seal. ot WITNESS my band and lbs .

:: certain business establishment friends from the Mountaineer Grange, two from Fellesmereand A Board of Directors, consisting 4: th."... East and along th* OF PETITIONER.COUNSEL FOR. THE of re.ldenc. I. .Ml MoorobouM Florida. Ibis mid SOth Court day at of Tltuivlll Novrn.ber. .
Street. Columba Oeorrla MRS.
-I was throwing trash In a State. 24 guests.At of seven members, will be a South. laid line Townihlp of Section and Hang 4. ( and to DM. 14. JI. ISM, Jan. 4 (Moa) ARTHUR A. MADDOX. wbonplao. Clerk. 1'of 4.th.CURTIS Circuit R.Court BARNEt

lane In back of the business meetIng for the point of beginning 1065. of roridono to 01t Moore- .. .bovt I
= the conclusion of the responsible operating : ; "1'1.4. br V. panirler" IVoulf
houM fetraol. Columbna, Oeonrlal
:1: building thus making the surrounding Grange News and installation, refresh kindergarten. Several of these survey lying line within of mate 150 Road feet I of(1-161.the 2M84SCMMONI ALVORD MADDOX, who. elac* Cloth JOHN' (CIRCUIT MINOT of COURT the firm BEAU or' It.t.

:: area unsightly. Oren ments were served and a social members have various degrees Bectlon 70220 wd survey ho.brini AND NOTICE' of mldeno I. 101* MoorobouaaWreet. THBPARD' SHEPARD A. MIX.
The of this described a* followi: OF OUT Columbu.
Grange Lodges Ooorcla LIZA
OT. 100 Harruwa Street Comi,
Wade of a committee appointed hour was enjoyed. .In the Field of Education and Begin on the South boundary of THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOt MADDOX. wboM .... of ...1- florida Attorney for Pl.lnilfl .
=,: at the last meeting to report on District held a Triple Installation 'will be used as curriculum ad ectloa I, Townihlp 27 South A8BURT WALTON. wb.... plae. d.ne I* SOI Moortboua treeU. Nov 23. SO. Doe. 7. 14 (Mon> II 4 .
Range M Ii.t. at a point I7l.0f
of Officers including
::t the condition of roads and Thursday, visors. A high standard curriculum fOtla Weet from lbs Bout b.... ,_.
Indian Mound GrangeNo. T* Ky. will be followed to Insure mm ler thereof run thenc NortbOM'30" I
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177 of Melbourne Indian I
-. the old part of Indian River Ralph Jones of 375 Coleridge your child the very best In a North boundary of ald MotionS [I: ORLANDO DIRECTORY

:: City reported that they were River River Grange No. 181 of Indian Avenue, new to Ashland, Ky., wonderful kindergarten experi the, at Northeait a point 827 corner.K feet thereof Wart ;from

= (till assembling data and would City and Vero GrangeNo. Tuesday to visit his parents, ence. Containing MM .0....., nor or

:: make a report at the next meet- 199. The ceremony was held Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jones, and OWNED BTt LAKE WASHINO FLOOR COVERING

Ing. at Palm Bay Civic Center returned home Friday. TON SNORES DEVELOPMENT AUTOS IMPORTID
= The Installing Officer was The Titusville Star- CORPORATION D. It Yourself and S.... OFFICE EQUIPMENT
SUBJECT TOl MORTGAGES
recorded
Charles Walters Florida State Nswcomor In O. R. Book W. Renault & Peugeot WALL TILE FLOOR _.
= Old Timers At Work and Advocate 1st in circulation page 177 and O. R. Book M, Central Pla's Largest Stock of'
Past
Deputy a Worthy The Most Complete Dltpliyef
John and Heard to- pag* 111 In favor of CHAR. Sales, A SenrkoRehte Asphalt Vinyl
Master Polly Lice H. CRIM, Truiteel Office and .
For the last several days Lou of Orange Park Grange I a* Equlpmtnt
gether with their three child in North and MORTGAGE recorded inMorlisis Motor Plastic Cork Tiles Office Supplies In This Art. I
= Pepper Oren Wade and Glen of College Park. He was accompanied < :
Book 17*. page 421 TROPICANA TILE AND
.. ren, Jane ID, Tom 13 and John In favor of PLAT CATTLE w. hays a aaleimia In -ou' .
Richmond three of the
= our senior by following assistants 14* Roan St. Orlando
l 14, live at 470 Laurel Lane. Brevard. COMPANY ..4 MORT FLOOR COVERING area every day. ,
citizens: have been at work in : Mrs. Charles Walters I GAGES recorded la O. R ,
: here In from Uso4 'M N. Orange Bishop Offico Equip. C.., 'Inc. I I
They came August book ,.. pag Ml and 0. R. Ouollty Import
and
= the kitchen of the Civic Center Mr. and Mrs. E. Lee. Orlando 423-7(71 1100 E. Colonial Dr Orlando

and In the back rooms making The honored guests were: I a AUTO SALES SERVICI OA J-SM1 Collect I I.I-

= necessary repairs so that au Mrs. Robert Westphal of West FLOOR COVERING

facilities would be in good or- Hollywood, John Gay lor d. a Orlando Motors Inc. \

= der for the coming Christmas District Deputy from Sugar CARPETS SY LEE'S ORGANS

= eason. Mill Grange and Mrs. Gay- 411 N. Orange II....'" Troll
Karaitan Cabin Crafta
lord of Port Orange Volusla GA .un CONN ORGANS
Drap.rl. Custom HadeFra
DedD.rt-Dod Truck .
Revival' Crusade County. Flat-J.ouar A MercedesBom"Wo Doooratlnf hobo .v'1' (

= The Rev. D. V, McAllister, This district Is proud to havea ;' 'N Service What Wo Self : BARNESDrsp.ry Uf j \

= pastor of the Central Baptist new Grange Lodge organized ". A Floor Coverings, Inc.

at Fellsmcre, with 34 charter .. 2001 N. Orange Orlando 5-3417
Church of Indian River City, Merry gift idea AUTO SALES A SERVICE
I
members. The Worthy Master
= says that pastors of Brevard SIMPSON MOTORS FURNITUa.HAVERTY'S. Keyboards Inc.
= County Baptist Association met of that Grange, J. KInner, Orsn SpecIalIsts Stnco till

with Dr. E. J. Daniels of Or- for everyone on your Christmas list PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER- VALIANT 501 N. MoBrtollo Ave

= lando at the First Baptist II'f' TRIO CIRCUIT COURT OJ'THII Sales' S4 Store BuyIng Power Orlando 241-574
NINTH IUDICIAI. CIR.
Church In Cocoa this week to CUlT, IN AND FOR aRSYARD fort and "' "Ic. Save You More PAWN SHO'Johnny
Mom. Dad. Sister 100 Miles
Sue. Free
= make preparation for Revival COUNTY CHANCKRT.LORIDA NO 211804 Used Cars Low Tasy Terms Delivery

Crusades in Melbourne Cocoa WILLIAM r. : 1WO N. Orange, Orlando
P1NNICOPlaintiff Open Men. k Fri. Nites til V p.m.
= and Tltusvllle for the Fall of ... Brother Bob. GA 1-4MI 421 N. Orange Gentile'sPawn

1965. ROBIN P. FINNED Orlando CH I-S171
AUTO SALES A SERVICE Snop
Defendant
= Johnny Boa of Holland Mich, NOTIfB Or Bl'IT TOR DIVOHCK
organist and Lowell Lelstne TI l ROBIN P. PINNED, Your niece GUNS Kttob. I YeeroWo
teen-age
lou ar* herebv notified that a Sally. Buy Soil ft Trode A"ythint
= Orlando, song leader of the E Complaint for Dlvoro* ha* .been ,
J. Daniels Revival Team were filed ...ID.t you and you ar. required PRAGEP.'S Guns, TV Cimrtt, Radios, ete.
to *erv* a copy of your Aunt 1122 W. Church Orl.ndo,,
Uncle L'vRuN.aJ GUN SHOP
= present and brought special Anwr ar Pleading' to tb* Com.K'alnt Mary. Ralph.
GA MOM
music. on th* Plaintiff attorney NEW & USED FIRE ARMS
= Warren, u North Track
At. Now Trucks VIM
Dates for the Crusades were lantlo Avenue. Cocoa Reach Flor Grandma Parta fervlee ought Sold Tradd." PIT SHOPS
ida and flu* th. original Aniwer and Grandpa. Scopes Mounted!
set as follows: Tltusvllle Sept. SUPERIOR CMC TRUCKS INC.
= or Pleading In th* offlo of th. 1 1707 N. Mill
B-lt; Cocoa, Sept. ZG Oct. 10; Clerk of th* circuit Court en or Pkoaa 411-0061 Orlaade Orlando 425-NSl LAKE BARTON ..
befnr th.
llth day of
= Melbourne, October 17-31. The 1WS. If you fall: to do :January o, jutlg. Extension phones make wonderful gifts. AUTO SALES A SERVICE PIT SHOP .
ministers voted to invite all the moot by default will talonanio.t HIALTH FOODSCHAMBERLIN Complete line Pot
you for th* relief demanded
= churches of the area to partlc In th* Cnmyl.I,, STUOIBAKIR FOR U I Supplies. Grooming
DONE) AND ORDERED at ft- For Different by DoilonDMCA NATURAL I .
= pate. tiiavllle. Hrevard ("ount,. Florida, everyone.What "1000- by CHRYSLER OT-3WJ /
Ibis llth day of ,, FOOD STORE
December, 1'urtl. ". ear
oil
( R. Baraea Chryifer'i now economy MU I. Colonial Dr. Orlando
Tourist Club I Clerk of th. Circuit Court ( else that costs so little could them Control Florida's finest ...t.ction5f Vitamins, special dietary feeds EverrtaUf treat Ail fenaet
= Preceding the regular weekly liy V. .. (pengler bring so much pleasure 1)) Used and Imported Cor*. for ollorgfes, diabetic, ..It.f... Oaaaea'

= meeting of the Indian River COURT Warren BEADHoward COLLIER AUTO SALES reducing and gaining weight
Hoffman and PLATING ELECTRIC
Sehlff Thompson '
City Tourist Club last Wednesday Attorney for Plaintiff IN A 10S3 North Or.no Avo. -
It North Atlanllo Av*. others.
= evening, a covered dish j Cocoa ...cb. Florida' GA S-I606 Mall Orders Bet 1toII
n.... 14. 21. 21 1M4. Jan 4 Men.) CBMTaAL rLOBiDA
dinner was held. IMS. AWNINGS R. Church Orlando, 424-72S1 PLATINg CO.Cadlum '

//Uum -Krifi Awnln. Inc. MERCHANDISE Plating Chrome


Phone Us For Extra SCREEN MARQUEES ENCLOSURES_ PATIOS HERMAN'S LOAN 800 Silver Buffing W. Central Nickel ana). Cop A Laceuerlng...., OrlandoGA Brue

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JUST LOOK AT THESE FEW BUYS !

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_ Eterna-Matic Gruen Reg. $1045 Diamond Platinum WEDDING BAND
Wittnauer -
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21 Squor.-cut Fin Dl.monds Sot All Around In Platinum. Total weight $$299.8 ALL SOLID GOLD
_ Vulcan Jules Jurgensen & More! .vtr IJO ct.. Only onol I Out It Coot Tomorrow NOW

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Reg. $39.75 MAN'S WATERPROOF WATCH 70 Gold Pt., Matching Fin t-morald Wedding Cut Bind.Diamond.. .Mounted .,lit.. .I4K.. Whit.. ........... NOW $$348 8! big.Largo$,a.wtment.fs, of all. style' and dilnt.NOW $3.88

\ 11.w.I., lumlnout dial, tweep hand On Lot_Lad"rthlt.1'IO/ .' ..
unbroakabl* spring ..,............... NOW $$14.88 Reg. !$2495.00 DIAMOND SOLITAIRE dotlgnod,' ellIOK Cold bins 'n.of ..irySmartly do. $5 88

Reg. $42.50 LADIES' WRIST WATCH Tiffany Brllllan Detlgn.1.42 Ct. DI.mond Mounttd In 14K Whit Cold. ............. NOW $1448.88 Value tcrlptlen, t*and lift/(Me.." ..................... NOW .

17 l 10.01.l ,dainty yellow or whit. (1 A On Let-Ladktt. and Mon'g Ring' This lot fm
fully guartnttdl ...... .... ....... NOW jlO 1 .88 Includes Cameo, Onyi::: .Blrthtlen.. and Signet.. 3>l 88
WISBY'S HAVE TRADITIONALLY SOLD THE FINEST from.Rlngt.Values All shape 52",5.and.1. Hundred t*ch NOW.** df
Reg. $65.00 MAN'S GRUEN -

xpantlon 17 |*wlt, tttlnlett band .,..w.t.r... .-nelatant.. ........-...shock......proof... NOW CTQ.00 .DIAMONDSwooth.ut... $14 M It-... $41,50Diamond- .... IMMDiamond ..,. $110.51Diamond Sol ALL MASONIC, OTHER EMBLEM RINGS >

Ring Ring 81t Diamond 14K Whit GOING AT 1/2 PRICE OR LESS
LADIES' BULOVA- Mounted In UK Y.I. '
Reg. $49.50 Fiery Diamond-UK fiery diamond tot Cold. Notched lock
17 |i.wel., dainty with matching band, Cold, Yollow, or .lew Cold. A giveway. I In UK whit ..1eI- tot EVERY RING MUST BE SOLD AT
Guaranteed .I.... ................ NOW S28.88 Whit.Limited.- Lovely, Limited lock tot. LevtlylCLOIIOUTIIJQU CLOSEOUT IfftU ANY PRICE!
. Supply! NOW JORag.
19"
10"Rog. NOW NOW J7
Reg. $71.50 MAN'S ELGIN NOW J
{.....IwIIRag. 1515.00Diamond
.17 await( shock- Cuaranttod ratiitant with.....matchingxpantlon .................. NOW $$29.88 .$150.00Solitair. .... $140 NDiamond $17590Diamond 81 l1I
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:' Limited 22 lewelt., dainty. and tmart.. ..Fully.. .Guaranteed... ..... NOW $$3".<'3 e .. IOtOg Inttro Wisby. -1.loctl"Gold I CLOSIOUTI A..ortd Ilrthd.n.Diamond _... $2.00.
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17 Jewelt Whit., with matching band Now Doiign OOLimited I Pine Pull-Cut DU. Ring Solllalr Sol f Oorgoouf Plery NOW
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ly-fUht.il DJfn( .,.ftod llnd Dot,.* "In'luttrout I4K Whit ally tot In Lwotreua14K
Reg. $125.00 MANS' LONGINES Fiery. Diamond. Monde ling" Only Cold.. Tiffany Doalgn. WhH Cold, I.. REG. $$50.00 DIAMOND ELGIN WATCH
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17 *wlt,yellow, matching II.n6-Hond..m tf I QO Onlyl Onlyl Out *l Utl'
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... IUS WIlt. A. It..or. Rog. $221 JO SllvorplatodCOFFEE MENS JEWELRY
14K SOLID GOLD AND TEA SERVICEI
BABY FEEDING SPOON ..... EXPANSION
Tl* Bar and Cuff link Largo Aiterf.
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WEDDING BANDS pxt. by Birmingham,flnott tlUorplat ln
mint VALUES TO $104 00.CLOSIOUT WATCH BANDS
NOW 58eIt. sluts er" lr coffo... ....and.....to....torvl footed* .,, tutor and. ,kendlodwerHr. mom. NOW OOCREG
2 GROUPS ONLY A 1 Ladl..' and MWi Cold
1-L.dIe. Yallow, or White 14KCold. I2Mani bowl CLOSIOUTI HOW $$88.88 Pilled. and StamletaValwott$4M
Valuot t* $$1x88
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or Yollow.' Vales PENDANTS 'sd' .ittt wuCMP: CANDLESTICKS Illod and Stamiett $2 88
$5.88 CULTURED PEARLS .
to $215 OUT THtYG01 .. Value to"US
88e G.4'O. WeightO 00
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I Johnson Says Plan To Abolish Moon Eclipse Friday I Minis News


r I A total eclipse of the moon three hours before the eclipse,

Reserves; Is "Prudent And Wiser"ly I will be vlsable over the entire which will take place about 30 Charter Members Haneal

United States and Canada, degrees above the southeastern The Woman's Society of

JOSEPH It COYN8 I Some congressional criticism: weather permitting, Friday horizon. Christian Service of the Minis

on the Reserve plan hu been night and local amateur astronomers Astronomers: at Morrison Methodist Church, held a special '

WASHINGTON (AP) President sharp and two congressional are making plans to Planetarium In San Francisco Christmas program on Dec. e 1Ws '

Johnson says the plan to Inquiries have already been "set up shop" to watch it I! say the next total eclipse visible 1 The program was entitledthe t 1.r

Abolish the Army Reserve Is promised In the wake of Satur The eclipse will be visible across the nation won't oc "Christmas Story" with

(6 prudent and wise." day's announcement by McNa here about I to 10 p.m. The I cur until April of 1968. choralogue by Mrs. Wayne .

1 The Reserve Officers Association mara. moon will be visible about The usual "blood-on-the- Kershner Mrs. Herbert Tester.

disagrees and demands a Chairma n F. Edward Hebert moon" appearance can be expected man, Mrs. James Phillips and

thorough investigation of Secretary D-La. of the House Armed as the eclipse occurs: Mrs. Sanford Majro. Recorded

of Defense Robert S. Mc. Services subcommittee on the Presidential with the red rays of the sun music and' group singing, with

Namara's plan to do away with Reserves and National Guard, passing through the earth's atmosphere Mrs. Basil Rogers accompanying -

the Reserves by merging some said McNamara "demonstratedhis and reflecting back, on the piano, presented the

$nits into the National Guard contempt for Congress" by Electors To U the atmosphere is clear. beautiful Christmas songs.

and placing the rest on Inactive issuing the plan.Chairman Special recognition of the j

status. John jitennls, D- charter members of the soda

The association skt4 the Air Miss., of the Senate Armed Meet Today 3 Soviets ty was given to Mrs. Mary Nicholson
force Reserve will be the next Mrs. John Taylor, and
,
Services Preparedness subcommittee ..... :. r.-" :
*' go.McNamara's. said he'll do his,utmost I y CARL 1', LEUBSDORP Mrs. W. B. Jones. A past presi :

proposal to maintain the R erv,1,, force Bill Roundtr.eRoundlree WASHINGTON (AP) Vermont .Sent BackWASHINGTON dent's pin was presented to ,
aimed at saving 150 million and expressed the belief Congress today voted for a Democratic Mrs. John Taylor, by the presIdent

yearly by abolishing units which must approve the' plan New president for the first Mrs. L. L. CantrelL The membersof
Uie defense secretary says nre before It can loW time In It 173-year history. (AP) The society's most heartfelt thanks HONOR CHARTER MEMBERS-Charter
no longer needed faces some go, pffe4. Georgia was"voting Republican United States today ordered the was expressed for the services the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the

stiff opposition on Capitol Hill. Both men sakt their subcom- To for the first time in 1U own ouster of three Soviet embassy Mrs. Taylor bad performed so Mlms Methodist Church were honored at a special

Congress: has control over such mlttes will hold hearings on the AcademyBill history military attaches in retaliation well. Mrs. Taylor has faithfullyseen program on Dec. 9. Honored were, seated left to

proposals at least to the extentof plan next year but no dates The presidential electors for restrictions Russia Imposedon to the church having lowers right: Mrs. Mary Nicholson, Mrs. John Taylor and

providing money to carry were set.Johnson'l. Roundtree has been! elected across the nation, meeting today three American attaches in each Sunday, and for the Mrs. W B. Jones. Standing are Mrs. L. L. Cantrell

them out.Plans of McNamara's public decision endorsement was a director of The Academy will make official the elections Moscow beautiful cards which church W.S.C.S. president, and Rev Sanford Mayo, pastor.of .
Involving Army National of Florida Trial Lawyers'at Its of members received when ill.
Lyndon B. Johnson as A spokesman said the three
disclosed in of let-
BO exchange
Guard changes also are of the under ten with Rear Adm. Edgar 0 recent. convention In -Jacksonville. president and Hubert H. Hum. Soviet officers had been declared Following the program a short Mr. and Mrs. C. L Young, A reception will be held in

discussion. Secretary phrey as vice presidentThe personally unacceptable business meeting was conducted, Parrish Road Titusville and the new Educational building
,
Ages said Sunday Reeder, Reserve Officers Association The Academy of Florida Trial ,
Army Stephen president, who had is three Vermont electors here "for activities Incompatible after which the group prepared John Franklin Kaiser, son of No Invitations are being sent
that-current Lawyers dedicated to the
night planning asked Johnson to reverse It. of Florida Law and to were pledged to vote for President with their diplomatic sta for their covered dish lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Kaiserof but all friends and relatives are
call for the six high. progress ,
concepts Johnson who eon. Tables were beautifully arranged
on Nov. I became tues. Junction Kans. will be invited.
City
,
Tbe President's reply was the of the Arts of Ad.
and two epeclal- teaching
priority purpose
the members of the
the
first Democratic presidential The spokesman declined to by united In marriage on Feb. 13
,
dated Dec. 12 and made public Roundtree
divisions of the Guard to be con vocacy. was recently
Mae Green Circle. To out
candidate to carry the say what activities the three carry at the Mlms Methodist Church
by the ROA Sunday. It read in ,
elected State Christmas
accused of.
l t But he said this part: Group II, for Brevard County. were at S p.m. Rev. Sanford Mayo
One brigade. "I am sure share my belief Sen. Barr/Goldwater was the When he was asked whether were covered with green runners will officiate. Planned By CircleThe
was a concept "and not a firm you first Republican presidential there was a connection between the length of the tables.,
In in
Stan," to be considered by the economy government candidate to carry Georgia. the order for their departureapd Each table had a center pieceof Miriam Circle of the
and maximum combat readiness
Army in conjunction with Reserve for our forces, and I know Home Builders If the M8 electors do the expected the withdrawal of the white candle and red and Douglas WivesTo First Presbyterian Church will

and National Guard authorities. and follow the instructions American attaches from Moscow white flowers tastefully arranged have a Christmas Party at the
.that will when Meet With
you agree you them S around each. home of Mrs. L C. Stewart UK
: are fully acquainted with (ha given Nov by some announced earlier today,
'nature of the realignment Realtors Will 70 million voters, Johnson and he suggested "draw your own Others enjoying the programand Garden CircleThe Main St, Wednesday, Dec. 19
Humphrey will each luncheon were four new. Gifts win be
that this move is both prudentand defeat their conclusions. at 7.30: p.m. ex
Tilusville Men wise." Republican opponents, Seir. The three Red 'military men comers to the W.S.C.S.: Mrs. Douglas Wives Club will changed. All members are. cor

Johnson laId he would ask l She Meet Tonight Barry Goldwater and Rep. William who are to leave the United T. H. El-Hajj, Mrs. George meet with the Whispering Oak dially invited to attend.

Due Back Defense Department to brief E. Miller, by margins of States as soon as possible were Clough, Mrs. Robert Anderson, Garden Circle tomorrow for the

WagesClyde Reeder on the proposal. A meeting to develop closer 488 to 52. named by the State Departmentas and Mrs. Ellen Meeks; also garden circle's annual bridge Cuyler PTA To
The reason: there Mrs, Bernard Roberts M r..
486 ,
are Wives
General-Major Vastly V. benefit. The Douglas nor
Reeder however said he communicational and relationship
,
Beckham, James King Democratic electors and 52 Re. Zadvlnskl Grover Wright Mrs. Julian ([Meet Tues. Night
wasn't convinced "that the destruction between the various builders V. Col. Vladimir P. mally meet every third Tuesdayof
and Robert Mitchell of Titusvllle publican ones. Kaiser, Mrs. Leonard Gaetano,
Grechanln and Col. AleksandrV. the month. Any Douglas wife
.
of the Reserves and realtors in
are among the 70 "1 o s t" llel'Vetthe North Bra The Democratic electors Udalov. Mrs. Edgar Jobe, Mrs. Courtney Interested in joining the group I The Cuyler PTA will meet tomorrow
of national vard will be
workers In Florida who cause security, held tonight at the come from the 44 states and the Porter, Mrs. Arthur Miller call Mrs. Elsa Keller ((267.5318)). : night at 7:30: p.m.. In

get some unexpected help with nor that national security motives Whispering Hills Country Club. District of Columbia, in which Jr., Mrs Roscoe L. Shealy, Mrs.J. I the school cafetorium. Thin

their Christmas shopping, ac alone" prompted these dod A combined effort of the North the Johnson-Humphrey ticket getting the most votes In each C Johnston Sr., Mrs. R. J. meeting will be of Interest to all
state wins all of the
sions. Brevard Board of Realtors state's electoral
and CHURCH PAGEANT
cording to information releasedby polled the most votes on Nov S. Brough, Mrs. Wayne Broome, parents, who are urged to at-
the and Hour and Pub He said the motives of every the North Brevard! Home Builders The votes. M Presbyterian Woman's Association tend. the
Wage Republican electors come Mrs. John Schneider, r a Following meeting par.ents
The District of
Columbia In
lic Contracts Divisions regional Individual who contributed to Association, the meeting will from the six states In which the Robert L. Bass, Mrs. Roland will present a Christmas may visit the classrooms
office In Atlanta. "this shocking alteration of historic unite the two associations in or. Goldwater-Mlllcr addition was granted three In the and will be to the
slate was vic Webb_and Mrs. J. W. Erwin pageant sanctuary a prize given
The list which contains the national policy" should bit der that a unified program of torious. electoral votes by the 23rd Thursday, Dec. 17th at 7.30: classroom having the most par
Amendment to the Constitution Water Survey
names of 70 workers and their reviewed and exposed. development may'arise. The electors meet and vote In o'clock. The public is invited. ents in attendance.
Reeder predicted a similar The meeting tonight Is the which gave residents of the nation's The Mlms Jaycees will conduct
addresses who due back the 50 state
are capitals and in the
fate for the Air Force Reserve regular meeting of the North District capital the vote in a presidential a water survey on Dec. 14,
from Florida employers. of Columbia. The
wages Gen. Curtis Brevard Home Builders Association votes election this year for the starting at 8 p.m. Area they are
as soon as LeMay
letters sent to them will be mailed
Checks
or I retires and Its to Washington first time. to cover is to be south of state I COCOA DIRECTORY I
have been returned by the post as Air Force thief: of present, Peas! where on Jan. ( a Joint sessionof
staff Chlldre, has Invited membersof Actually, In order to win a Road 48 and west of U.S. 1 to
Office; Business firms and the Congress will count them and
department of labor have been State adjutants general, however the North Brevard Board cf proclaim the winners. majority of electoral votes Brentwood Drive.

them. were reported ready to go Realtors and its president, Johnson and this year, 270 a candidate WaddIng PIM Told .,..
unable to locate Humphrey were had to win the 11 Planoi Organ Guitars Ace.** *.
along with the changes If the Donn Searle.A only largest
Amounts due each worker victorious because Miss Carlene Young, daughterSupreme
they won
department and top workable program of united states and the District of S HI.FI r ......
range from $20 to $423 The total congrell'slonalleaders states whose electoral votes totaled
endeavors will Columbia. Three victorious candidates SftrN OukareRacerds
want them. be the topic of S
Is more than $6,000 for the more than half of the 538-
state. To claim: his back wag M1j] Gen. Henry W. McMil, discussIon. member Electoral College, not John Quincy Adams, a land
lan Rutherford B. Hayes and Ben __. ,__ InslrumenM
es, the worker must identify Florida's adjutant general I I because of their popular-voto e Players +w.a.-
p jamin Harrison won electionseven
himself by mailing his Social who attended a department majority according to unofficial Continued From Page 1 Export Repairs on All Band instruments
Security number, his present briefing of the plan said upon; Railroad Irike and Incomplete figures of though they received fewer 51 S. Alttntlc Phone SU 3-7731 Coco Botch
his return to St Augustine Sun popular votes than their chiefopponents. caused racial discrimination.
by
address, and a list of his employers 42,027,694 to M5.876.. .
since Jan. 1, 1963, to day: The Constitution grants to the I AUTO SALIS A SERVICE MOBILE HOMES
the Wage and Hour and Public 'It' was the consensus of the. Off( Unlil 1965 electors the power to elect the The electors are mostlyloyalparty "But that is I a matter of policy
generals there and I share It workers and officeholders that with the NOVA TRAILER SALES
Contracts Division, U. S. De. president. Each state has a I rests entirely
partment of Labor Room 300, that If the Department of Dd CHICAGO (AP-Three) shop number of electors equal to Its selected by their party in Congress, not with the courts," HUNTER a Different Floor Flans
recognition of past services and To Choose From
fense and responsible congressIonal total of senators and Clark asserted. LINCOLN, MERCURY INC.
1365 Peachtree St., NE, Atlanta craft unions made known today representatives because could be countedon
Ga., 30309. leaders feel that the best there will not be any nation and the candidatethat they The power of Congress to promote Lincoln Continental Lincoln ELCONA-NOMITTB CR08SLAND PACKWOOD- TITAN
to be to the
loyal party's can
Interests of national! defense Sales Parts Service
will
Also from Cocoa, the following wide railroad strike until after interstate commerce, PIEDMONT.
be served by merger, they felt didates. Clark said, "also includes the E*>, Term, trn DolUorr
four workers are duo back Jan. 1.Alex. would have Idled more Most were chosen at state Good U.ad Ctrl as.cC.
wages: James L. Barker, Clint the majority of states' would Elson, lawyer for the than 90 per cent of the railroad party conventions, althoughsome power to regulate the local incidents 1445 W. King Coco 434-2383 t ML M. .! C..... C. .. X.. ITal.

Harvey Paul E. Jones, Fran- respond favorably! Machinists, Electric Workersand traffic at a time pre-Christmas I were picked in primariesor thereof, including local ACADEMY- ..buss
In announcing the changes activities In both the states of BEAUTY
cols Monplalslr. Sheet Metal Workers unions travel, mail and merchandise by their state committees. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS'
Saturday McNamara made which
and destination
no origin
made the announcementin shipments are at a peak. LEARN HAIRSTYLING
reference to congressional action might have a substantial and
U.S. District Court. The rail lines hurried Into
In his prepared statementbut Elson Read Star Advocate harmful effect upon that commerce Gat In High Pay Brackttt Guitars Drums. Banjos Etc
told
Judge Joseph Sam court and sought a temporary
Enroll Anytime
told ." Gibson, Fenders, Gretich.MtrtlflSllngerlond
newsmen some aspectsof Classified Ads
the Perry he had been authorized order and an injunction to halt Small Monthly Tuition Revert, Key
would
TELL reorganization ,require to state there "will not be a the walkout Lawyers for the DAWSON COCOA Mammoth Stock of,Sheet Mulg
attention.
congressional strike until after the first of the carriers had argued that a work BEAUTY ACADEMY
lie mentioned specifically the GOULD MUSIC CO.
THEM .
railroads
would cost the
money which would be neededto year. stoppage 200 Wlllard. Cocoa 434-J2W Kt King St., CM**, 636-nII
The unions last week had seta more than $28 million a
Increase the size of the National
ABOUT : strike for 6am. Tuesday day. CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
Guard. ol
Money aspects OFFICE SUPPLIES
the program will be reflected in

LCOME the budget for the fiscal year Canaveral Equipment Pa0f05t; Orr101suelrlssst' co.

which begins July 1. St Supply Inc.
WAGON c.... S$615TIIu.III.
Hebert!, in a statement Issued ""'f1--: ..,.....

V *M bo
Net tntvoili pur wound nl ty, k* mara "arrogated to himself a MAa M Scaffolding) tbrM d.y. sash WMK la k.lo you
NT to M aw. about W lMmWfonrMII he does not have." H d'c with D..ki, Chair F1lln *uv>
power .
k pll... MlDMoirtphi. Staolln Machine
UN owkot of nm* UlfhM art' Helpful*** 4 Morrltt Island Ph. ilt-Mtl Addlnc.. WM Machlnta Cabinet. Typewriter. ,

Worwrtw toy vM Moths" from Traffic Club Will JEWELERS Manufacturing
MT hates, a trabol it the tornmmni PEST CONTROL
tidlttaMl hMpRaiity. or Hold Yule DanceThe COCOA MFC. .JEWELERS
Tarmlt and Peat Centre
yal cosy cml F SETTERS
St DIAMOND

Cape Kennedy Traffic ) "Brtvtrd'i Only Mfg ... .," Walker Chmlcal) It

Club an organized group ol tlhI' and Diamond Setter Exterminating Co. IDe:.

companies and Individuals New Mountlngi-Jawelry Repairs 1014 S*. Dixie Hwy. Coco

net 267-u7a2 throughout the Cape area In. All Work en Premlaoi
-C trested in the Call Collect t3-1IN
promotion of bet 101 Harrl on-Coeo-43J-077
IIILCHI atIcowoI.west I
... II w m "'11 ter transportation facilities, REAL ESTATE
:=: I will bold its annual Christmas MOBILE HOMES

,.-. I Dane tomorrow night at the
.......... ID Rockledge Country Club. We hero the floor pits Ie nit Joe E. Moore, Inc.
f.mlly and tb.1 payment plan
I our
N T O. Smith, manager"of Fl< ( budirt. Custom IDt.rlor. -'
o lull your REAL ESTATE
.. .. .. .. 1ci deity Transfer and an our ......l.H,. Lice u.
o 1r'k. 0a StorageCo. ..,..aort... and I..ur-!
=. ; ".:-mare r 1M I ., Titusville, chairman of the I for..c.part.. .1..01.1 and It-ft..""olnf. Cemplet
.
.
I Ret) I. Service
HOMES
said that
dance in MOBILE
any person WYATT
St..Advoc.tt The HERMES 3000
I terestcd In transportation,: UTO .. DUU ntihway.Coco 114 Harrltmt Cecea, 63UtU
pie. ad mope. ac eaa r .......... I whether or not a member' ol ChristmasBlue *. (34-U44
....., The meat oiponilv portable In the werldcaUl..
the club, is cordially Invited tc t Ira the beat portable In the w.rld. Grass Bath Set MOBILE HOMES SEWING MACHINES

attend. If. not hard t* tall. Just tee It touch It try t. Baird Mobil Horn*. Inc. Brevard County Only Cemplet.
Machine Cents
Sewing
..rrrrrrarrrrerrrr.rr.rrrrrrrrr.r..rrrKrrervSHOP lam It Its built wild and ,reel I. as only Swill Machlsaa
craftsman can build It. Take lack *t the feature Two to nuke ready after the bath and all set I With Over M New and Used R.e.lna.e.a.rl.Ral.leEars New UM<

YOUR DOWNTOWN i J mere than In even .."'. .Hit* machinal. Notice the for Christmas giving-a bottle of Blue Grass To Choose. From : Budot T.....
"Plying Rod Margin' that thow you where the man APOLLO SEWING CTJLMorrltt
|lni ore. Rower Mist and a box of Blue Crass Dusting \ word's. Large Dealer Island Shopping Cooler

l Sec IK* H.,,,,,. MOO ..tluilv.,ly at C* rt. Shiarf Powder to match only await your card, 6.00.DruQ'Stores. I 7-mU N. Coco, U.S. 1. 636-5112 Meat I Island, Pi*.

hterto and you'll knew why It', the world Met portable plus 1+ap TIRES

typewriter bergaln. .. EXPRESSWAY MOBILE
HOMES I ALL SERVICE THIS CO.

Th* Family Store : M Model M 110 2 Bedroom Retro4dlng Mid VwkonWnojPattenger
$129 I Fully Equipped Track

GIFTS FOR EVERYONE! it.t? rcr r 1MI.N..6Cocoa$3.695 U. S.1 and IndwatrialAO lltrdpmorl0

...................................... Pay |teat $14.31 down VM a month" 9 Tel. 43MTH Wert! Guarantied
::1
SOLID OAK. Varnish Flnlih .. :A If have real 11 .kI,..., Av*. Ceceo U4-IM1'

( TABLE and 2 CHAIRS $$4-99 "a : gcorgc stuart estate you to sell, or if WATCH REPAIR

Regular $Ut :
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j 111 lilt Reunion OrlanJ' PI*. choice real estate, Repaired .la a to S dare
EVENINGS Lay-Away Until Dec. 24th : opKe tit t until Christmas Chronographs or Complicated
use our classified Watches Repaired on PrcniMi
Corner Wiahlngttft Broad : 411 Bmird Atoms
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Dcctmbtr 14, 1W4 TltvivttU, (FforUt), St-Adnufe f.,. IS .


Tows And Gcodies Will Assure Airman Horn Wins

Monthly Award
I t+ ti
Airman Second Class Paul H.
Holiday Happiness For "Forgotten Children"A Horn, son of Mrs George

Schoon of 414 Mulberry St, Kan-
kakee, 111., has been selected

big tractor trailer truck In Dade County, Metro police en autos, and Humble Oil Company Among the dignitaries accompanying (Thw) Parker of Miami. !robert -I Outstanding Maintenance Man
loaded to the top with toys and Mill provide the escort, and Is providing gas and oil r the caravan will) be Short and John Duhlg, aim) ( of the Month in his StrategicAir
will Command SAC
goodies ( )
begin a 1,400-mile State Highway patrolmen will for the trip. of Miami clowns squadron
are
sentimental Journey next Friday take over at the county boundary State Treasurer J. Edwin Lar- at Amarillo AFB, Tex,
(Dec 18)) In Miami. Its mission Each of the more than 6,000 sen. Goldman and his adminis On Tuesday (Dec 21)), the I Airman Ron, an air armament I

will be to take hol'day'! hap. On Friday, parties are scheduled children wiD- receive two gifts trative assistant, Colon Dixon State Cabinet will convene In a'' mechanic, was chosen for
piness to Florida's "for otten at six Dade Institutions. as well as candy, fruit and party together with some 10 or 12 representatives special 1 a.m meeting to welcome the honor in recognition of his SOO FCurling
children." The following day the caravan favors Goldman said. In addition of groups active in the caravan to Tallahassee exemplary conduct and duty
They are the more than ',- will take to the road for visits there will be "group mental health work, two downs Goldman said. Special performance.The RIBBONR
000 mentally retarded young. to Sunland Centers located In gifts Including outdoor playground and Santa Claus, will completethe commendations for the humanitarian airman, whose father ,
stars in 10 Institutions between Fort Myers, Orlando, Gainesville equipment, bicycles and list of volunteers who will II project will be pre Howard Horn, resides in Titus- I.SO Limit 1 69cWith
Homestead and Marlanna and Marianna, returningto radios for several cf the institutions. be making the trip. Santa sented at that time to( representatives vale Is a graduate of Ly-
The occasion Is the fourth annual Miami Tuesday, Dec. 22. Claus will be played by George I of the sponsoring firms ',man High School, Longwood Cwpwt Only
_
Statewide Christmas-Cha- ---- --- .
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I Cu *n Rand Thru W "t tar 14V
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nukab party fpr Retarded l Children The event is being sponsoredby
originated and still directed -I Food Fair Stores and its department

by; Abe S, Goldman, regional store subsidiary, J. -
director of community serv- M. Fields, Inc., Goldman an
ices for Sunland Training nounced. He puts the total cost ..vrisirlin
Ceoten. of this year's project at |14000 ,- .1
The. expedition this will -plus. HVIIB *v i JV*
) year
be Die largest and most ambitious In addition to Food Fall.'1f1.- ANOTHER TIMELY SERVICE of XMAS PAPER

yet undertaken, with a 000 sponsorship, Goldman a I cI ., ", \
; seven-car: caravan, a Santa, two that Bernard Sirfcln of ArmY'
1 clowns, and a police escort ac- Salvage Stores has contributed I> Rqul.r 1,4t 99c

f companying the truck on the 13.600. Ed Bell of Miami Lincoln W'Mi CUHO OnlyGup.n
t Ave lay trip, Goldman said. Mercury supplying bev-! / CITIZENS BANK
G4 Thru Wl. Da. UU

FPC Students To Participate

I

In Study Abroad I n JanuaryAbout Rdl-TIJ Inittnt Stick \ i S\


15 students of Florida Jordan and Israel. 8Rtfular
t Presbyterian College will parts 2. The Early Church In the 4TyP BOWS .
fcipate next month in a study. Holy Land. 97c.
[travel program in Jordan and The two groups will travel together R iwl.r 1.50
Isreael for their winter Termproject and work very closely s t 11
[ together. Several field trips will 4 r a ) :war jjj With Ctupwt Only
Cupn Owd| Thru Wtd. Dxc U w
The1' winter Term, a unique be taken In Lebanon, Jordan
a study period, was conceived by and Israel to the excavationsites '1 "
(Florida Presbyterian College of cities centuries old. .,,aeMn.M h*

[five years ago and has been Also Included will be lectures I
[duplicated by several other Institutions and visits to museums. Some I .
of higher education.It students will spend an additional .,/
lid
consists of one month be- three days in Cairo. l' f 12 Ft, tb.. [xt.ndonCORDS
The entire trip will be under
eon the fall and spring semesters -
[ during which the students the supervision of Dr J, Stan -1
;
[ have no regular classes.At ley Chesnut, associate professor -II
of religion of Florida Presbyterian
[ this time each one studies. ( 1/a Limit 1
I Independently, guided by a facluity College. Dr Chesnutwas
'
adviser, pursuing a project a member of the Drew r9 I With Cupon Only

S income area of interest often McCormick Archaeological Ex C up.n Garni Thru W.d. D.e. II '
.?..outside the field of his major pedition at Shechem, Jordan, I In fr 'J. NS ,
Y S
the summers of 1960 and 1962. S
With that in mind,
puropse
lie has traveled in fourteen
tbd College has built and main-
countries in Europe, Asia, the p
,tabled tradition of .
a
overseas a
(
Near and the Far East. d >r
r C,tidy and travel. Formerly assistant professor f '
!Two courses of study are MINNIN
I of religion at the University of
I, [available to the students parUbipatlng : Tulsa, Dr. Chesnut is an or GIFT SET
v) [ In this venture: He received his Ph.D, degree
IL Biblical Archaeology In from Yale University HURRY Skin Irntr Sf'itrokSpriv 97 R..
Ddortnt !
LIMITEDIn Rtfultr J,41 Limit 1 B
; CUS Stales HAPPY SUPPLY With (tvpen Only

1 Cupn Good Thru W.J. D,.. URtfultr
j* BIRTHDAYTuesday Time for Christmas Giving

Credit Courses December 15
tA: I,
1 1I
Dr d E."Christie r M
ds o ar r
r1if Teachers Chapman B. Clark BANKGAMMON :
r ;
, Joel L ThifowEvelyn HOOKS .: ;; lip TOY

MjEIght university credit cours-:
John C. Schutt '
S OLDIERS
it* for teachers are being offe r Nancy Russell $
fed in Cocoa TrimesterH
,. *. through the during Florida Institutefor Wednesday, December U An exciting new game for every youngster (and adults too) on.your M. Limit 1 69c

Continuing University Stud H. If. Whitaker list. Offered to our friends and custo&icn at wholesale cost '1.00. With CtuMrt Only '
(FICUS).
,t.es Pr. Robert Humphrey, administrator Virgil Charles Simmons Enright Come in and get yours today. Cw..n O..d Thru W.d, D... If

of the FICUS East
Mrs. Cecil Cameron
Central ,Florida Center, today
Mrs. H. V, Bennett
announced the following courses
Kevin McDonel
will be conducted at Brevard Erie T. StewartJ. All proceeds from the .J.! of BANKOAMON at Cliliens Bank are balDer
Florida's state
Junior College by
universities. L. Shumaker donated lo lh. NATIONAL TM TV MMII* Dill
Walter Reiser FOUNDATION FOR THE MARCH OF DIMES.
EDA 602: Organization and
Administration of Secondary Gene Sturchlo( 1"lJ." "TITO"Rfulr
John David
.School, University of Florida Nash j
residence credit, taught by Dr. Charlotte Lotklin M. Limit 1

Joseph Leps, Tuesdays from R.Gloria E. Cuthbertson Wright t With CtuMi Only
4:3q: to 1:15: p.m beginning Jan.
YOUR CcuiMn OM Thru W. l. D... UEARI
12.EDA Now As Always
833: Methods and Proh- Revised m
rftems .of Supervision, UF residence Crop
You Are k
credit, taught by Dr Money-Ahead
Joyce Cooper Tuesdays from SAVINGS4
.4:30: to 9.IS: p.m. beginning Estimate Aids When You Save ANNUAL

Jan. ,12.EDE, INTERESTAt r rmlOO00 \ ;
601: Practices In Elementary CITIZENS! COMPOUNDED SHOPPER
Citrus Market
Education I, UF residence QUARTERLY
credit, taught by Dr.

.. Joyce Cooper, Mondays f r o:.n $
4:30: to 9.1): p.m. beginning Jan. Florida citrus growers move VAUTJ3i
11.. Into the second half of December Nothing to( sign, no promises to make!

'a. EDF 610: Philosophical Foundations with new confidence Infirm Make Deposit and withdrawals at your convenience! "
of Education, UF red- prices and good returns asa
deuce credit taught by Dr. R. "
result of the cut: In size
crop
L. Curran, Tuesdays from 4:30
to 1:15: p.m. beginning .Jan. 12. : forecast by the U. S. Department .. ,. :
IL-
...... ) L
EDP 503: Methods of TeachIng of Agriculture. r
Qippled Children UF extension -
Florida Citrus Mutual'i Executive
credit taught by M111
Esther Morgan, Thursdays from : Vice President, Robert i rjfVdWO
"4-7 p.m. beginning Jan. 14. W. Rutledge, said, "The reductions rI

EDS. 560: Teaching Science In will give confidence and
the Secondary School, UF residence .
stability to our entire marketIng -
credit, taught by Dr. Luther ; 1
Arnold, Thursdays from program. iUti fa 5 pc. Wm. Rogers
4:30 to 1:1): p.m. beginning The cut of 2,000,000 boxes of '

Jan. 14.EDS oranges and 2,000,000 boxes of SILVERPLATECOf
MO: Social Studies the
'.Secondary; School, UF residence grapefruit, as well as a reduc-. f & Tea Service
,:credit, taught by Dr. E. M ion of 200,000 boxes of tangerines

Timmerman, Tuesdays from matched the thinking of '. ; Made by International Silver
4-JO: to 1.15: p.m. beginning Jan. many citrus lades They had '
'1%._ en that the original estimates Awarded to our Cu fonirni Wrrllir

SSEn 523: Significant Developments were unrealistically high.

In Social Studies Content Citrus Mutual the big grow ", I 0 I OBLIGATION I : I NO I PURCHASE NECESSW
and Curriculum Florida State
er organization said "The reluction -j
University extension credit, I GET FULL DETAILS AT OUR STOREIF
r confirms the information CITIZENS BANK: ,
taught by Dr. S. R. SkretUng we have accumulated\ and
from 7 to 10 I
.Thursdays
Jan 14. p.m.beginning I points to the possibility of further I WE ARE NOT FILLING YOUR

The registration fee U $34 rrrthree' I reductions. u.'' u the season Over 30 Years of Community Service I I PRESCRIPTIONS, YOU ARE LOSING
progrn. I
hour courses. For additional i MONEY LET US PROVE IT!
Information about enrolltncni Prices to growers have been Tltusville'i OWe & Largest -

contact Dr Humphrey at firm during Uw first part of the
RIVERSIDE AT
the FICUS East Central Floe fcrus season and the Indica- BROAD, On The Riverfront.

ida renter. Brevard Junior College tons are now that the return to MIMIIAs' MOIKAL OffOSIT" INSUMNCI CORPORATION 2 Convenient Locations

phone (324127I the grower may Improve as'
I Registration deadline for t b e layers, realize that the crop wffl . BIO APPLE PLAZA TITUSVILLE
I .h
I" cou'! .os a Jan 4 tad a. late fee be smaller than the first ro ," .
|-a1.U. be a.vwss-'d r... !rWteae. forecasts had .. r MAGNOLIA AVENUE I..E. C.MoneI.y .

su': I nutea: to riCvi a... Hera.date. dpa\td.\ i /

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PB 14 Tlrui lllt t11.rWa) S.rAdv.c.M Monday, eimbr 14,1H4cntue.
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i 1 1 s I @cal JayceeS Win ,


j -

Titutiville! .Jaycee's puffed on the contest. and literally crawl.(('C ticket sates to the 9ytard
and off the field like a group ed away from the second an I I' The group of old men" former County Crippled CMMrens Jgociety. -
Terriers May ChangeTo of armadillas out for a Sunday I I nual Bowl game in Eau Gable i high school collegiate pro I {
afternoon stroll struggled to Saturday afternoon with a 13011 and service athletes donated all: The first half wasn't as bad
keep air in their lungs through win over the Eau Gallie Jay. 11 I IHudin's the gate receipts and pre-game! as it all sounds At the begin

ning, everyone was raring to
Platoon System go. It only took about 10 minutes

before both teams were
I wishing it was all over.
'i711J John Gaines Titusville High Athletic Director an 4 9 This was Tltusvllle's first victory .
t Head Football Coach, told a group of Parkway football in the Charity Bowl Last
I players and about 150 parent! Saturday night at an year Eau Gallie won the con
I'llw I appreciation dinner, that next year, it all goes well, the test 7O.However.

l6 I Terriers. might change .to_ platoon football most of the local
uaines guest speaker at me Jaycee's success can probablybe
appreciation dinner sponsored complete teams contributed to John Lane,
I by a group of parents to hon. Next year, if the boys can who coached the team and
or Parkway's Ninth Grade football play the desired caliber of ball, brought the club out in a pro-
team county champions he continued we would be able type offense, which completely
1\ for the past three years with to give more boys the experience stunned Eau Gallie's defensive
Ron* Hughe soar taW a career record of 18 consecutive so valuable while only unit. The pro offense with two
wins with no losses said sophomores and juniors, instead ? qk I split ends and only two men in
If all hurdles cleared the proposedrace
Suppose are the decision to make the change of waiting until they're the backfield kept the Eau Ual
track of John Porter's might still be possible.
would partially be determinedby older. r lie defenders wondering all afternoon
Porter and members of the Central Florida Stock the number of Parkway boys "There Is no indication now I if the Titusville crew
Car Racing Association agreed Sunday night in a meet- who intend on continuing playing that we will definitely play I I I''was not using a legal offense. .
ting here that the Association would accredit and sanction football the platoon style. This will have TltusvDle's two touchdowns
the track. This is one of Porters problems. The "The entire coaching staff believes to be worked out during practice I came the hard way
strip has to be sanctioned and accredited before County platoon football should sessions to determine if the The first score came with only
Commissioners will give their final approval help us not only next year but boys themselves are capable of j seconds gone in the second
However, once this it out of the way interested also in yean to come. This handling the chores" he said. period. Titusville took over on
Brevard County sports fans are going to find themselves however, will depend on some of Titusville will graduate some their 37 yard line following an
with a real nice track, almost within walking distance. the Parkway boys and of course 17 seniors next year, and have I Eau Gallie punt. Charlie Cross
It's not going to be a NASCAR accredited track like transfer students something Ti about nine boys returning on 215 pound fullback hit off tack
that other newspaper said. tusvllle has never been blessed both the offensive and defensive le for four yards then Bain I
"That's impossible," Porter told the county com. with to any extent. squads. picked up 2. A pass across center
missioners last week. "It will not only depend on to John Lane carried Ti
"It would be wonderful if we could but Its' nearly the number of boys who decide vt tusvllle to the Eau Gallie 12,
impossible to continue playing football, but Bowling then, Dalton Cairns, former Titusville
also if the of High All Stater, chalked
boys are capable
Porter, a barber and postman has taken this new .
VrU r alerting "n' 1I..bl. off six around
: likes and making the change from juniorhigh .. yards end
adventure partially he says because he racing Hlfh Individual t mt: Rar
the I H.nl JOt carrying to the Eau Gallie 6,
thinks north brevard needs something different. football through big ,. r"on ; Marlon Nolan
a" The Cairns
next play went off
( Well, Frank Tomdale should really be pleased with step into varsity competition. Huh Individual imrlnei MarlonNolan
tackle for the final six
Ml Riv Henileraon Sill yards
the people of Titusville. They turned out in bus loads Gaines said the decision to Hllfb team: .am.: Tom No, 1, and the touchdown. Ronnie La-
for the school's annual fish fry Friday evening. play platoon football is something 404 kin, 240 tackle for the final -
pound
High team aerlei Turn No. 1 CAIRNS MAKES YARDAGE-Dalton the
the staff has annual
We don't know if its' for publication or not, but coaching 11(11mandlnc( Charity Bowl game. Cairns six yards and the touch
wanted to do for several :. Cairns former Titusville High School scored one of the Titusville Jaycee's
the school did take in over $1300, anyway that's what T.... M .. I...! down. Ronnie Lakln 240 pound
Tomdale said. years but participation has Team No. 4 21 It All-Stater plunges off tackle for 6 touchdowns, a six yard run off tackle. I defensive tackle kicked the extra
been so low that the Terriers Team No. 1 211 1Teem Eau Gallie InSA
This we're because Tomdale 2n 1T yards agaitrt Saturday Photo. and Titusville had
really glad to see, have been lucky to field two .. No I point a
and most of the large clubs at the school definitely m No. I 11 25 I 7-0) lead.

worked hard to make the mullet fry a success. Also Midway through the third )period ,
.most of the money will be used to purchase traveling PI Future As the local Jaycees added

,jackets for the athletic teams and the rest, will be t"t,. Navy Coach May Be Bowling their final touchdown Lakin re-
.utilized to buy something for the school I Tomdale Decided Board covered a fumble on the Eau
assured. ,j, ... By Gable 40 and on the first play
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Tua. Ml. tarty krflrriHlKh from scrimmage, Cairns ran
The Jaycees, on the other hand, apparently didn't ANNAPOLIS, Md (AP) Individual fame: Eloulae
Norman, around right end to the Titus
2OtI
: Bobble Pelham Ira
work as hard as the school kids. Might say they had Coach Wayne Hardin's football HIKh Individual aerlra: Eloulae ville 38 yard line. Cross was
about 200 people and that's all who attended the annual future at Navy may he decided Norman, 5T; Marcy Nancy, I IHlxh 648. held to no gain, then carried to
'Charity Bowl game at Eau Gallie Saturday afternoon today at a meeting of the athletic AK'ncy, tram Ml lame: Ed Kittle' the Eau Gallle 28 on the next
'Personally we've learned one thing since setting up A control board. Huh team nrleei Khafferi play. Eau Gallie assessed 15
1 house in North Brevard, never hold any type meeting h There has been doubt about Hardware, 1M4 yards for grabbing the facemask
1i the status of the 37-year-old SlandlneaiTram : and Titusville moved to
Hardln since Friday, when reports ".. I...| the Eau GaUle 16, as the third
Believe In Titusville started circulating that he Klnama Carpenter 41 11 ended.
people particularly have some. WRMP 86 l< quarter
;thing against afternoon activity had already been fired or had Hhaffcri M on..It.. Hardware SI 3ft'. 161/0/ Cairns hit off tackle for ( to
21
But just the same the football game was a real .I resigned rd Kittle Agency 2tH4: / 2.4 th3 10, then Cross picked up 4
vsuccess Like all gridiron contests, a few people, especial. The board, composed of high. tnnn Font Corp National Bank 25 ZIIIt :2 27:4 to the ( yard line Bath then
ly towards the end of the contest, decided the thing tor ranking naval officers, annuallyacts Ruder KlnK 14 28 hit Sullivan with a 6 yard pass
1 was start kicking, biting, slugging and literally whip on coaches' contracts. The WhataburKer Keel Inauranco 18 2T. 29 2RV, For the touchdown. Lakin's kick
p the opponents. contracts are subject to renegotiation Mlialle Llq uor. 22 301Arco l was wide

At one stage in the game Titusville received a 15 each year, although they 4 Purple DnU(Heart II 18 M 3(1
"v::4rd penalty for pulling the face mask, Before the local I may not have expired Like Nti furniture H to Attention Contractors!
In the
of
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Jaycee's had time to clamp their mouths Payroll
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four
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(assessed 15 more for unsportsmanlike conduct. I was told last Monday that he SpeelilrDORMAX -
pact It reportedly pays him $J18-
*. However the game was worth the trip 000 a year would be fired and that his ENTERPRISEStrrvunllHK

It's rather interesting to see the guys out on the The Associated Press has ;administrative: assistant, Doug n N* "lIIlam.tu-rtlte Tit...St.
:field who sit in the stands at Titusville High and com learned reliably! that Hardin Siovll! would succeed him Mao B:, Milliard 7-flOl i
plain about one thing or another. -- ---
Not as a majority, mind us, but just a few of themfdo .
complain

*" The Jaycees did work hard for this $game; trying to
I make it a success. Again the public is to be at fault.
a *

p At Titusville High Friday night for the second w-... first

home full basketball game of the year, the stands were near. PRESENTS TROPHY Mrs. Hal following the dinner Saturday eveningat courtesy
ly
Keller, one of the who The
J many parents Parkway trophy was purchased
A
large student body assembled, brought cow bells, sponsored the Appieciation Dinner for by friends of the football players,
.horns, loud speaker systems and even the TitS pep the Parkway Ninth Grade football along with miniature football and This holiday teaton, measure your driving

band the Sort of puts a different light on basketball seeing team, is presenting a permanent trophy football letters.-S-A Photo ? habits by the golden rule. In traffic,

appearance of a band. to Parkway Principal Ralph Robertson. ._ 1% courtesy i I.the lumit road to.,.t,).And when
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I Terriers Crush CFSCRA To Sanction New Track I INorth



Brevard's possibility of | Porter plans to begin track which will be a one-falsth ,North Brevard. The track will
Central CatholicTitusville obtaining a race track grew i'Istruction r sometime alter t COII'j or one-third mile long aapkait be located North of Mimi off I
more evident over the weekend first of the year on the track, the first of its kind for U S. 1.
as board members of the Central ._- .... _. ,__t_ ."""""""
Jumped on Melbourne I I. couldn't miss They scored 21 ord to two wins and one loss Johnson 1 0 t2'J Florida Stock Car racing -- ',:,.,;.:'","",0"" ::1"'iI, rt. "' l'

Central Catholic here points in the final period and!I High point man for Central Thomas 5 I Association literally "Jumped"at i ,
Friday evening for 2e points in Central Catholic hit one fie'1 IC''I was Fickett with 14 I Cowart S S 11 the chance to sanction the .
the goal and one free shot durfnt; FG FT P Hlghtower 2 4 8 strip. r. is
opening quarter then held ,
the last eight minutes of pIa' Kn Y, 3 419 \anki\U I 315 Brevard County Oommisttkm- .., 1 .
Central to only 16 points in tho This brought the Ttirlcn.. m. Sc\:ja 73 li bevies 1 0 .' crs Tuesday told John Porter, ""
final three periods to smash the I owner of the proposed track t .'.
Hustlers 78-31 1 that in order for the county to I'
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A fish stuffed, near packed i .."1..:\f' I, approve the plans for the track, '. -' Ow. 4.j .
it would first have to be a sanctioned :

crowd the sounds constantly of a screaming aroused groupof with I!r ti:4I _r1 I I racing,organization.accredited track by a

cheerleaders, a pep band I This was accomplished at a "
(I
and a giant student body watch. meeting held last Sunday evening r.

ed Jack Sexton explode the Terriers I I In TitusVille. : & M
to a healthy 25-15 opening I The Stock Car Association, :
governing body for several
quarter lead, then the crowd .
tracks in Central Florida comprising
merely sat back and let the I / about 80 cars and over at ( : '
"mullet digest" while the Terriers 100 members, "wholeheartedly"
did the rest. I Irl approved plans to sanction the y ty \ ie
About ball the attendance vas Ip strip and gave indication that a I
attributed to the school's annual rl letter slating their consent to
fish fry which was held before ru approve the strip would be sent
the game. immediately to the zoning board
Sexton, 82" Junior transfer, ,..f within the next week to clarifyany
shot almost at will, jump shots questions

from near the free throw line, Speaking for the club was Cecil ".'- ,._ --
dropped in eight points in a mat Clark, president of the or-
ter of minutes, then received assistance ganlzatlon from Cocoa. SANCTIONING DISCUSSED John president of the organization and
from teammates Ray According to Porter, the Porter, center: owner of the proposed Glenn Jones Is secretary treasurer
Cowart and David Nanklvil who CFSCRA would sanction the North Brevard race track: talks with The CFSCRA Indicated at the meeting I
contributed heavily on defense strip, and all rules would be the president and secretary treasur. Sunday night they would sanction the
and dropped In several bucketsto governed by the regulations er oi the Central Florida Stock Car strip-S-A Photo
get the Terriers rolling. within the Association' bylaws. Racing Association Left Is Cecil Clark,
But, the Terriers slackened on

field defense goals, missed and Central four Catholic straight r 35 r ; Colts Playing Big Slammin' Sam, Shirley Englehorn

took possession on all four misses I
and tried in vain to put together
a rally that ended with Home ScheduleCOCOA Win Scotch Mixed Foursome Play

only five points in the entire I
second period. SEBRING Fla (AP) M I stood the challenge of Dow Fin-
Sexton, high point man, received There'll be more I Manager Luman Harris boys the age of U, Sam Smad still sterwaltl and Marlene Hsgge.
a bad cut on the head major league exhibition baseball will be sporting \their right new wins golf tournaments As MIKe who shot an Identical 65 to finish
after he went in for a fast break games and more night I Astro uniforms lor the first time Sonchak once said, Sam will one stroke behind at 273.
lay.up in the second quarter games for the new Houston As anywhere when they play here still be winning them sore The winners split f5,600 first
and was cut off underneath by tros this Spring at Cocoa Stad this Spring fret and all -when he reaches prize

Hustler's Ray Witowskl Despite lum, general manager Paul I The new name has an obvious 60 Flnsterwald and Marlene divided
missing the remainder of Richards has announced' special Identity for HouMon Sunday, the West Virginia 13800 for second. Dave
the second quarter and all of The Astros, formerly the Colt and Cocoa. I lout ton Is the home mountaineer won another one. Raf>an and Mickey Wright split
the third period, Sexton return 43s, will open the 12-game exhibition of NASA's Manned Spacecraft Rut for his latest trip to the $3.200 for a third-place finish at
ed, patched with six stitches season In Cocoa on Friday Center and the astronauts The bank, Sam had to give credit to 277,
across the forehead and scored March 12 with the Minnesota Cocoa area Is where most of a young woman.
four more points before the Twins, and wind up the NASA's programs are tested Shirley Englehorn, Snead
game ended. He was the games : home season with the same March 12 Minnesota 130: partner In the $10000 Scotch: Bahia Honda State Park altualed *
leading scorer dropping seven Twins in a night game April 6. March 11 Kansas City 1'10 Mixed Foursomes Tournament, only 40 miles from Key
field !goals and three free shots .There were only nine major March 1) Lot Angeles: 1.30 made Sam even richer by usinga Wnt Is the southernmost State
for 17 points. league games here last season March 17 Washington 1:30: sand wedge and a putter to Park In the United States.
However, the Terriers didn'tseem COWART GETS THE BALL-Ray Cowart, Titus- Other opponents for the Astros March 11 Kansas City %:30 bag a couple of eaglesThe \ ,
satisfied with a W-20 halftime ville's 6'4" center is pictured taking the ball away here will be the Philadelphia March 21 Oklahoma City 130: shots gave the team a If you are planning to serve
score, In the third period from Melbourne CC's Pete Bostick. Also shown is Patterson FeelsHe's : Phillies, Los Angeles Dodgers, March n Philadelphia 130: seven.under-par 65 for the final tea or coffee right along with
they worked twice as hard on Jerry Hightower, No. 35; Jim Deese, Melbourne, Baltimore Orioles, Milwaukee March ZI New York Mete 130: round and a 73-hole total of 272, the main course for lunch, you
the fast break, manipulated the 44; Ray Witkow&ki 23; and Jerome Thomas, 31 On His Way Braves, Detroit Tigers, New Much SO Baltimore 1'30 16.under.par for the ,123.'ard may place the teaspoon to the
full court press quite often and -S-A Photo. York Mets, Washington Senators April 4 Milwaukee 130: (Harder Hall course right of the knife or on the
stomped in 18 more points while SAN JUAN, P,R. (AP-Floyd) Kansas City Athletics ((2)) April 5 Detroit 7'30 If Shirley had mimed either saucer that accompanies the
holding Central to only 19.Us'ng Patterson: two time heavyweight and the Oklahoma City '8U4s April I Minnesota 7'30 one they might not have with tea or coffee cup
., .. ,_.
I of the world The one more
Coach Art substitutes Tolis's Terriers freely jutjt, is a quiet champion soft.spoken man not than last night! year games- will be Friday .. ..... .........-.-...- ..-...-.. c-- -..........-.....-.-..........

i "" qMJ I given to making predictions.But March 19 with the AthletIcs -I
he left no doubt of his intentions Monday, April I with the "Wheel&DearNowatAdams'YEAR
I after a convincing Tigers, and Tuesday, April I
I sixth-round knockout of former with the Twins
nl inS To I II
; pro football player Charlie Pow There are seven games either -
I ell Saturday night. at night or on weekends
*Give Grid "rm on the road back," PAt. END FLOOR MODEL
I I I tenon said.
I i lie said he planned to take a Bowling

I break until Friday, when he will .......
Grant To FSU TI..III. rl.d. SALEBIG
I for 11 CHRISTMAS
resume preparations a I Mlk '.""ldu.1 ..m.. A IlolaNm.
.., .
round bout with Canadian HitMlib 1 M MI. r Ml .
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I rtlvlduil .rI.1!
Charlie ITuwln*. 185 George Chuvalo Jan. 29 The Thurlo. A .101...... 171.at..dlnt.i .
DoIt fight 1s billed as an elimination ....
pound! Terriers' Mr T..M "' .
-All-Man" will today leading to a title bout World nom National a.nll n uIp.r.onla BIG! BIG TRADE-INS
21 II
Boxing Association version,
sign a four year scholar flu. caulk rh.vroi.t M if
ship contract to play The victory was Patterson's KrvtillRlv.r.li....'. T...co W IT
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T. II4 nTIIII.III. J
t third straight since he Buffered
football with Florida tr .
State University I I two straight one-round knockouts T.......TIN e.4 1M14
Coach John GaInes. at the hands of Sonny Us- Art I.Mil*IVI .I..urIIe04 1' 5)1114 H DESIGNER TV
who has been working ton. HI* other victories both In T..m NHk.ff.r It lilt )Hlit
with Huggins for the past : 49 Sweden included a knockout of ,...,...'... .Her'.r...... IT** II rlO H I .
three said the Italian Santo Amonti and a dec!. T..m No. It 1. n
years Air r.durt. 14Dya.mlra a
signing will probably slon .over Eddie .Mac.. 'hen. Mn.r.l I a III e AIIwh/lm.l VNr UHf r.
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take place at the family 11 e/pilaa with the sew U
home in Mlms iulde, 12" tu.Ing
yv
Doing the st"lnwl1J< / UP TO tint 'ftifwlnf' the *ielllv .
be Bill Procter, FSU'lfreshman
coach and a F'TRUSSES I "410" tfm,troflleIfMtltlor

central Florida recruiter, Iwt Ro E" tuner
He was also a former 36 MONTHS
high schol coach at Ly- .Ceegnbnthl.taenlroh,
man Mljf to led, sty 10 KMfuM .
Huggins, a two time
All-Brevard county quart I TO PAY a tmni fttctri UJM
erback. Is one of five to IftM I ldeillto
other central Florida high
schol seniors who are beIng Authorized Sanford Dealer -Qr Member" WerM M.Iching al0/reu14 .... -

signed by FSU Also Largest Reef Trust PrelabrlcatlnSystem t wild. 11M""'ntM e'gHinl 1. fl
receiving scholarships is 120 DAYS k. ""k. IM phMN.IMCIA'
John Crowe, SL Cloud /
back; Bill Rhodes Fustls PANNING LUMBER CO. .IIt> ,itvw Jt !..* If' I/Sill() Mu/J/W .
back; M'ke Fu''er Boone .. -.. --- ;

end tackle: :Bill and Dew David'Bar, Awka- SEXTON GOES HIGHJack Sexton, 6'2' Junior, NEW U. S. 1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY FREE'wrm Dtt

ton Winter Haven guard is captured while sh':;'..ng: a pimp: shot: against I PHONE 2I7-688S LESS
The senior standout received Central Catholic: here Friday night Sexton was the BIG, BIG, BIGTRADEIN
offers from say game' high scorer: tailing: 17 points S-A Photo. I SERVICE $149 9S I

eral! other schools IncludIng -
State University tUTtMIM/ usa
Memphis INCIIIOINI

however decided FREE! MEMBERSHIP IN THE
only last week to attend ABSOLUTELY I
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HOTIC tOf BID. NOTiCE' <<: or ArrucAiioN rom tb. Court and to nerve a copy GLAMOR GIRLS
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IMfttHABOIC tb. Plaintiff AltorneyIRVINO
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ea14 bldi will be rolvd brU TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN NATHAWSON, P. 6:
Board at County Commlnlonn NOTICE M MBRIBT Boa W, Cow not I aLec I
UD uaUl (::4* clock A.MDomhr .. GIVEN: that tb* undersigned' bun than December Uorttut.. If p06
Slit lt64. I. tile Com filed wltb the County Judn la fall to do 10, a decree pro con- Jui1ic3 ;
ml..lonar' Room at too Court. and for Brevard County Florida foliO will be entered ii-tlnat you
UOMM, I. TH..vllle, Florid" (or.- my application for final dlaoharit for th. relief demanded IB the
CoBitrvoUon of tho UM Ad of I
M Binoutrl* of III..ate ComplaintWITNBM0
dltloni and Rinovatlon( to th. lUNAR ALFRED ARVMBN d.. my band and the
Brevard County CourtbouH, laTltuirill mooed I that I bar filed all Bo eeil of aald Court at ....."art
*, Florida snooty paper and performed all County thin 2Ttb day of November ( I
Tb. project oonilaU of lb. oon naoeaiary actlonr entitling me to 1....
trucUon of a new twoalorvfire tb* Inu of final dlacbarco In roy: Curtis R. Berne
.mi-tint buildIng adjacent to favor I will apply to Clerk of Circuit Court :.
the ..111I1.. CourthouM The Bid the 0'1: .. B Conkllnfae By: V a Spun-tor ., :
tint DonunwDti will b. available, Ouch County: Judge on the glut Deputy Clerk
al no charm at tb. offlo ot the day of December UM4 to oonelder (Court Seal!
Architect. Hlnbborc Tbomnaon A all undlivond of matter pertain Nov 80 Dec T. 14 21 (Mon) 1M4
Aaeocletea. Mb Waahlna-lon' Av bE to thin E.tato and I. .r.nl to
Due Tltuivlll. Florida. the undnlnd her final dlicharir \ FRIENDS
Bid Mourlty I. the amount ot aa Bxecutrlx of laid Kettle
five (&<)*) par oant ot the Bid Dated tblr November' Hit IN THE COUNTY JUDOB 4
must be lubmlUad wltb eaob pro 1M4" HARRIET ARVBMBN 01 COURT BREVARD COUNTY IaI
poial The roooeuful Contractor Executrix of the Bitat of BIHAR FLORIDA.
will b. required to turn I." and ALFRED ARVEMDN' duceamd, I IB R*: SMite of
pay for natlnfaclorv Performance Nov. 23. M Doc. I. 14 (Mon.> 1M4II THOMA8J R BURN V4 Treat for
end Labor A Material Parmenti ./k/. Tom R. Burn a
Bond THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Danad Holiday
NOTICE TO ('lilillTO6TO it Dinner At
TUB NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Tb. Board rmerva. the rlnht to ALL CREDITORS AND ALL
IN BREVARD
AND FOR
reject any and or all bid. PERsONS HAVING CLAIMS OR j LOUNGE
All bid. to be marked: "Bid for COUNTY IN CHANCERY FLORIDA NO. 2WI DEMANDS AGAINST SAID Kg & : ::
W Addition. A RnovatloBCourtbou TATE:
**. Tltuiivllle. NOTICE Or rwRKLLOMlBRHI : : You. and each of you. are Avenue

Jolt H WICKHAM I. I. KIRLAK MORTGAGE hereby notified and required to Florida.
CHAIRMAN prevent nny claim and demand
CORPORATION Florida Corp.
BOARD OK COUNTY which you or cither of you may:
COM M 18KIONERM or.Uo.. have acalait tb* eilate of Thomai ORGANS
BRBVARD COUNTY vi.THOMAB. Plaintiff R. Burn.. ./k/. Tom R. Burn.
FLORIDA dc aeed. late of Brevard County
A. BARROW. JR. and
:Deo. 7. 14 (Mon.) 1MIWOTICK BANDRA J. BARROW hi. wife Florida to the Honorable VlrcllConkllnit UKULELES
B. otBre..ard 1-14 INSTRUMENTS
County Jud
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.nd MR. C. D. SIMPSON and
MR BCD. aiMPHON bin wife County. and file tb* on all
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BKUMTKB<< OF ITICTITIOU INTUITION NAME TO THOMAS A. BARROW Drfond.ntnYou Jr Tltuivllle Noun. Florida In Briverd within Countv ill (ell) OF MUSIC
BARROW
and HANDRA J .
In oompllano with Nouns Bill calendar month from tb* del of ChrIa-; Tropic 267-8383
bli wit "But ALL Do
not until
they say open "" .
No 1176 Chapter Number :3063. the tint publication hereof Bald I
Lawn of Florid Act of 1MI theunderalaned Wit Belvolr Avenue claim or demand to contain the
will re.l.ter with th* Cbatlenooca TennenweYOU leaal addrea of th* Bald claimantand gift that lays
Clerk of th* Circuit Court In ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED to be eworn to and presented
Brovard County Florid.. upon r*- that a lull to foreclose a Molt afureiald or earn will p* bar IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF :; Christmas" every
of of puhllcatlon of lit ha. been filed aaalnat you r.d.
eelpt proof NOTICE OF BUT THE .NINTH JUDICIAL CIR : year
flctltloui in tbe above Court b> tb. above November S!. 1M4
thin nolle the followlnn CUlT OK FLORIDA. IN AND AUTOMATIC
name. to-wlt: Cinderella Beauty named Plaintiff. Tb property HLaura D Burn CHANCERY NO. 28.1IT FOR BREVARD COUNTY
Caitlo under which I am in...ed oucbt to be foreclosed I* *. Executrix of th* Loot Will Th. Blete of Florida IN CHANCERY
In beauty car at Divli m. Mln. follow: and Te.timent of Thoma You Lout' W Korody Jr.Loolldtc NO. 2857 2677380
Florida and that th. underlinedla Lot Nine (9), Blork "N" R. Burni. akTom K. Avenue JAMES R. JOHNSTON MELVIN Mien
the only Demon Inlareated In BOWE GARDENS SECTION Burnt Holden, Went Virginia DEK8ER. GLEN A. ELY RICH.
.aid bu.I..... B according to Plat record *//. William Woodeoa ARD L ELY JAMES: WEES Automatic
e d In Plat. Book 12, Pa** 14 I. William Wood.ollAllorae" You era hereby notified tbat a NER, PAUL HANOBR ARTHURVINCENT
Dated at Tltuavllle. Florida. of the Public Record of for Petitioner suit bi been hroutht agalnit you WILLIAM WEESNER MEMO II
thin 23 day of Nov.. A D. 1M4Mra Brevard Countv Florida. P. O Box 1175 by ALJA KORODY In tbe Clr mi) ROBERT WEE8NBR camera case,
Sheet W. Todd YOU ARE REQUIRED to file Eau Galll, Florida cult Court of Brevard Counly ODd WILLIAM J, WEESNER.Minor ilide color film,
)Joy. :23, 80 Dna 7. 14 (Mon) 1964 your Aaiwer with the Clerk of Deo 7. 14. 21. 21 (Mon.) 1M4 Florida. ,In Chancery laid lull -, by their father and Doot .
bring entitled ALJA KORODY of kin, WILLIAM WEE8MERPlalnUff.
Plelntlff V*. LOUIS W KORCDT *. $7895
JR, Defendant, and you ".. $72.95
ar* hereby required to (.II. (personally MUTUAL EMPLOYEES] TRADE STUDIO *
or by attorney with the MART INC. a corporation and
II Clerk of .ald Court your writtendefenaee. J08EPH L. NELLI8, EDWARD SHOP
Club & Lodge Notices If any. to th* Com M DZIURA. R. PAUL WEEtT WASHINGTON
plaint In laid lult on or before NER aid B. C. WIMBERLY atPrnldnl
In. 16th day: of January 1965 and and Troaiunr. E..outlvi train
to eerv a copy thereof on Plaintiffs Vice Pruldint and General new 187 Pin
attorney Herein fall not or Manamr Vice Prraldcnt and .M.
a judiment will be entered rotary. r..p.rtlv.y| nf MUTUAL ,
aaalnit you by default Tb. nature HMPLOYBKH TRADEMART
Rotary Club TITUSVILLI GARDEN CLUI YORK-RITE BODIESOf of Hid lull and the relief INC.. and JOSEPH L. NELLI8 KITTYLAND
ouaht therein I I. a divorce. EDWARD M. DZIURA. and
0 MEETS THURS. 2nd North Brevard County WITNLH8 mv hand and evil of JAMES ROOMKVELr al Dlrotori Registered Cattery
General circle
all eiId Court at Tlluivllle Florida.
P.M. 'I'ut:; of MUTUAL EMPLOVBP8
12:15: ifonday of Nov, Feb,,
..
thl 10th diy: of December lY. .
TRADEMART INC. and NAT. ACFA
CFA .
farch May Tim. and plao* to -
Curtli R Barrel, Clerk ofth
Whliperlng Hllla Country Club be announced Executive Board Indian River Chapter Circuit Court and HAN ai WECHSLER Trustee for Individually NATHANWICCHaL.ER & Cats Available)

Ray Winstead, Prel.WUblU' loot Tuaiday each month October No. 21 and JOSEPH NBLLIS .
bru Msy.Mro By ./ Alice M Maitereon .
and for tb. Defendant corporation Show Quality
Sec'y
Sikei ROYAL ARCH MASONS Deputy Clark : and all IndividuallyDefndanta.
Chart* Mauey Pre.ldeot (Circuit Court Beat) ) In Whites
Clifford Yoder High Priest John T. Baron OI>KR OF rlMCATIO.N Silvers
Gill Williams Secretary P. O Box 12D6Tltuivlll TO: JOHEPH L NELLI8 AL4-4940
BIT SIGMA PHI
Titusville Chap. Meets 3rd W.d. 7)10 P.M. *. Florida 1430 "K" Street NW. Ave.
SORORITY Attorney for Plaintiff
Waiblnirton, D C.
No. 6 O.E.S. ._ Q. Mooting lar and JrdThuriday at Masonic Temple, Tltuivllle DM 14, SI. U, 1M4. Jan 4. (Mon) B. C. WIMBERLY : Gallie Fla.
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14,10: "K Htrint NWWaihlndon -
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BERTHA DEMOND .'. p.m. HIRAM COUNCIL NO. 13 D C.
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Worthy Matroa JEthel Kran Mmcr TO AIL 1410 "K" Street N.WVVa .
rreelilentM1.1AM R.8.M.
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Alien KUtlu clrMeet .
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Mary AtTOMIIBII: IIKALKR '
R. V. Bakai NATHAN WECH8LFR14JU : :
lot and 8rd Tu.edayi I r.M. THBTA OMICBONMn niu roHM' "K." Street, N.WWaihlndnn I
+ Dottle Meeea Thrice Illustrious Master D C.
Freeldenltaiaiie Sealed bill will b* received bY YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Gill Williams, Recorder the City of Tltuivlll, Florida forth a Comulalnt aeiklnK an I : Ads
Indian River ETA ETC Mists 2nd Wed. at 7130 P.M. purchai of five (S) one-half qultablo lien it.. been tiled :
Mary Lea Dare. Puien. Matonla Temple, Cocoa ton pickup truck for the Water ...Io.t (ho ahoyn n.med Defendants .
4 N Hewer and Park Department In the above .nUUad eau... I,
Lodge No.
7-IU' Bid. will b* received. In the office' and you sri required to appear ;
P. A A. M.. PBI BETA MVIlerin Breyard nf the City Manager City Hall an.w.r or otherwi.e plead In asidcoo.
H..r. ProuiiesO Commandery Tltuevlll. Florida. until 11:00 .. oa or brOom thu 11th day Notice
Meet 2nd V 4th Thuridayt, 7:10at ..,o\IIII4 No. 24 K. T a m EHT, Tueeday December 29. of January. IMS otherwlw the :
M unn... Tempi 1M4 Bid will then b* publicly negation of laid Complaint will
Maoonlc Temple Lacy Sinner, Imlnent Cmdr opened and read In the Council be taken ai oonf-aied bv you : COPIER repro
Gill Williams, Recorder Room In the pretence of City of- Ai a part of th. rllef ..ousllIn \ photo-exact
Jama H. Stewart MaaUt DistrIct No. 3 flolal and lntreild penoni All lb. complaint, the Plalntlffi acceptable. Com
W Frank Dar ... Sooty.p pile Nitrous Ann Meets 4th Wed, 730| P.m. bid. will b* etudlid and preiented nook to kayo th* following del. c r Service.
Masonic Temple, Cocoa to tb* City Council for award of orlbed propirly lying and beingIn :: !
\1" Mists PInt Tueaof bid al a later council me.tln.. Bravard County Florida to. : I Monique Sec
All bldi shell b* eubmllted In a : Service 2323 So.
Junior ChamberOf iconth 4 I II. .ealed ..... addreeied 1 to tb* 2676544
.
Clly Manetir City: Hall Tltunvllle
I PM.
I. PIIOT CLUB Florida. and plainly marked. MaternaLaneOP I'I
Commerce At TInt Federal .."In.. ITRALED BIDe FOR FIVE!) (81 Interested In lots.

Paul Sallibury Pr... Preildent ..and Dorlhy Loan Fonter RNBecrelary Mrs. John Locke.. Pr... TRUCKS ONE.HALF to be TON opened TueidavDei PICKUP, ORLANDO : ,the and Edward apart

Stanley $ Dorli Mlllner RN ember 2*. 1M4 at 11:00: am.
fwlng, .c'.
Lenta Phone AM T-W73 Meeting 1st ft :3rd Wednesdays BUT" Detailedpacification* for Central Florida's Most : office Mr.
Rogers. Soc'y 12:00: Chanticleer Inn the ibove equipment, mev be oh Complete/ Maternity Shops : 1240 South Hop
New
Clubhouse on CZECHOSLOVAICeAMERICAN "Executive Board Monday lilned at ( It" Hall 65 Palm I -9542, Magnolia
Singleton Avenue Before Wednesday Avenue. Tltuivlll Florida OArrf-n .._
Mecti Every liiuriday 7:30: p.m. CLUBOf City of Tltuevlll SI* NORTH 011.11II111'E.: : )

Tituivlllotil By: Cleveland B. Talmadira (1.rd.-. eWJKS : IT'S HERE! The
City Manager
*. OKAhUH: :4VK. talking! EIBLEI
14
Doe (Mon) 1W4
Granola Ave. TITUSVILLI
TITUSVILLE POST NO. 1 hear the inspir

Refular meetlngi Ind Wednnday PUBLIC LIBRARY Now Smyrna Builders : exactly as spoken

AMERICAN of ouch montb Hall open eachTuuday 1421 Dr.. Road IN THE COUNTY .JlIDOl'S: Supply Co. For home demo
G write Box A10
CoURT BREVARD COUNTY.
Thuriday and Saturday HOURS FLORIDA Lumber A Building Materials : : : .
LEGION
venlne at f p.m.81uka : In re: Kitale nf "Everything. for the Builder"

Tntrlok Comdr Behm !Mon thru FrI. 9 a.m..8oo: p.m. .AMUh.b DONALDSONDeveaaed Dixie Freeway at Canal St. .

Robert Harry Contparato Adjutant Saturday S a.m.-5:30 p.m. New Smyrna Beach
:
:
Meet lit and Srd "uudayLeiloa VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I NOTK or rlllNHPrTITIO4 Call Collect 438-9021
Hall I p.... BARRACKS 1DMost. lOll HI .\\. ANONYMOUS
Tltusvlllo Lodge. No. Wl PIKHARUK Of ltlcVVTsl1Noticu
first W.dn.s.dop
I I. hereby given that I FOR EVERY HOUSE to drink, that'a your
Woman's Club of each month, "r7D7 Loyal Ord.r Of have filed by fine) return .. ... FURNISHING NEEDMATHER'S you want to stop
American Legion pue MOOSEMeets eculrlx of the enute of SAMUEL :) ', our business.
c Hall with I Covered DONALUHONi; that I hive filed
Titusville Inc. .7 petition fur distribution and
I mv
Tuesday .
pins ol NEW SMYRNA
''I.co Dish Luncheon, 1 1p for final dlichime. and that on '
Meets lit Mon. of Each Month m. L. I. Pepper, 1 Mile North of Mlm, on U.S. 1 the 2nd day of January. 1SHIS I Call Collect 4.1-4131
will apply to the Honorable Vlr "
October thru May Comdr. Tom Watson Jim MalIbu, Civoroor Iii B Conkllnu County Jurtie of Now Smyrna Beach FOR Christmas,

Qm. Ralph Brekaw *<<', Brevard County. Florida for approval 2 males, 1 female.
Mr.. tony 1'1'...
smuey. of eald final return and .haired be
I'h. ..'-11II6.PYTHIAN for an order of distribution md can
TliusvilU Lions Club for final dl..b.... .. ....cutrl.ot 2675587
r"tNi Meats 3rd Wad the will of Samuel Donaldiondceeed .

7:00: p.m. Thursdayinotllla ,, sfeachmecitfoI Bertha. Donaldion Richard. now. pick, register-up at

SISTERS e Restaurant I ,. M. Executrix reasonable 267-
Titunvill. Nov M Dee 1. 14 .1 15100.) 1M4 .
Meet led Tmpl A 4th U South Lake I i4 i Oct. thr.ugh Mar

Tun. of oath monthat : Howard Mayea, Jr. I I Ruth Klngman
S President & Const.
p.m. ',...-Ph. AM 7353-1
Mri Doudai' Futib M.B.C.Mr Clyde Pirtlo Sec'y t't'ii.J. CHARLES: BLADE III
.. Bart Pappy, Beit y. error S p.m. 1207 N. Mills, Orlando GA 0155 res.-
Mr. Evelyn Freeman, PlanlitKIWANIS RARE COINS and re

North BrerardRehabilitation In Titus'
; 12 years
CLUB NORTH BREVARD Center W* Buy and Pay Mar and bonded.
HORSEMAN'S CLUB Osborne-Popped
I Largtit Stock of Coins Around 72326.
No. Williams Ave.
Moots Tu.od.ysi Musts Second Mon Each Month 311 N. Or ng., Orlando, 425.4 0' II
12:10 p.m.WHISPIRINO 7iJO P. M. Arthur Dunn Airport Furniture Co., Inc.
Moots 2nd Thurs ...ry month BOND'HOWELXT"LUMBER:
e
\I r COUNTRY CLUB HILLS BILL DUFF. Pr... Proa PUBLIC W. L.INVITED. Pertain CO. Interior Decorating I &

DO.Ir. ** FRANCES THRELKELD, Sec'} $Soc'y Mrs Martha Paul N.w Smyrna Beach W.II.k.W.1I|| Carpeting.

Tom Phono AM 7.1707 Phone AM 7-3043 North Florida's Largttt Doalor Installation IMMEDIATE
Oru,
Bicratarr
_. ( LEASE
-- Draperies CarpetsS i
Thara'i A Mattrlal Dlfftronco Service Sta
It I B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGE NORTH SHRINE BRIVARD CLUB Your bent Hondt In Building Home of Fins Furniture to Cape Ken

\ No. till 3rd Thursday 7i30 p m. ITLTTITUSVILLI Call Colltct 421.2411 0 Drexol end fennsylvenla Canaveral and

Monday Night Meeta At 721 Palmetto 4214021 .

VMeett S. Waihlnfiton ILKS CLUB THE PET SHOPtolvsrythlng New Smyrna ....h ,. P. 0 Box 926: .

., I .clock Chat Huller LITTLI For Your Pol"Fancy Florida PA3-S434

J. Mocks E.R. Pr... 1st Tuos. .. THIATRI Mo 1:00: INC p. m. Inc.Fla.. P.2672945 0 Box 185.

RuMoll Batchelder S.c. Frank D.rdsnVETERANS Lltllt Tknlro Hitoil. Bro.. Collars.-L..shso-.Tiys MR. BUILDER Are You
Secy. .he. itieneTITCIVILIB Iud,., Fish Puppla Supplies PLEASED with the Quality
Tltu
OP GA 11742 War" not try -
Wednetdaya FOREIGN WARS Scottish Rita OWENS TERUZIO.INC. WOMAN WILL do

4:4S P.M.Ch.riticl.sr. .. \h.llni sad 4th la my home.
G"? Tun*...... S r.M Club P 0. Box SOI Lattrn Hairstyling Nowf Can foil_ 367-0288.
.ark en.nihClub Floyd C. Brown, New Urn Jim* B..... DA .-..1

Inn Open S o m. Proa. WOODY'SHalrstyltnq on next page)
Dally I John W. Prater,
Bob Young Prn. _.AM 7-57M 70S MagnolIa Avo. Secy. lattltut

-- Miles M. Holllngsworth Comdr. Mwli led T.... 2504 McR. St.

Riverview P. T. Act Mill Mortensen Quartormaator tlMMtMBlO, .Temple... ) Orlando. 4248573 Neighbors


Mists at Rlvervlew J&
School lit Men. lech TITUSVILLE I

) Month. 7sJO p.m. RIFLE fc PISTOL CLUB a: TItu.THI."NATIONAL, Chatter THE FLORIDA SERVICEAll SHAVER W *? : t 1/ :

Earl
Snyder Meeta SECRETARIES Makes EI.ctrlc Shaver Srv

Proaldorrt lit and lull Jrtl Wednoedefe stm, : ASSN. (Infl) ko.-Factory Trained Personnel Sorv :4 I

L-.it Moedaol Kick Montk Part In Stock-Samo Day
Clylt.n Club Chamber of Commerce rrtid Car.tr m. AM TSJOeLAOIISAUXILIARY Ic. 14 Yean liporlorxoJM Not ray will but thine. be
MOD., 1:15: Luke 22:42).
done. (
ItiverviewJleotaurint N Orange Orlando. GA 3lidSUNOTONE -

Greater Titusville God will, for all His children -

(knelen of me ia food If we wish for
Kiwanis Club t..7
Iiedri.ldI'r.nid.eI VOLUNTIIRPIRI should be
life
B food In our we

Blip Willi... Meets Monday DIPT.M O to live in accord with
sager
Y. ...... ISO: P.M.Whluperthg .*II 01 IBO ..... sun (
a.h.rt Q Mills 11 T...*.<.tever yLec ...IS) the Divine will-to let Cod'swinhes
Noiih.wo. Country dub P.M. Sonotone of OrlandoMurray be done in all that concerns
..... PrenldesO .M.u. l's.. 1.06.. want me to
,.... Trader T..... John Nelson Pres. T........ 90... :\t.II. 110.0 S. Lena Diet. M.rMl ua. I aedtanic merit badteTl"gets

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GLAMOR GIRLS For SaleUSED Help Wanted Help Wanted Mobil Homes Lost e

I I
BROWN SIIAGGY DOG, lost 2
COUPLE OR middle aged woman TRAILERS FOR SAL
1-3 piece walnut bedroom suite MALI HELP WANTED weeks, oM Gardendato area
1-set of bunkbeds, 13 piece to live In with elderly Tan white, loves children
(( cX dinette, cedar chest, piano, woman no charge. 267-J6M. NOW TAKING applications for HAYES has collar and vaccination

Home Furniture Company of PART TIME: BAKER (woman Electrician's helper. Clark TRAILER SALES tag. Answers to "DoRile"

MIms 267-3565. or man), waitress, cooks Electric Inc. 2M Magnolia New and Used Mobile 27-0837.:

1 HYDRAULIC tail Rate lift dishwashers call In person to Aveaue. I
Homes Motorcycles For Sale
Royal Chef 2110 South Wash JESS
W. CHILDRE
Fits H ton pickup. 267-4269. ROUTE SALESMAN, apply
hutton Avenue.PIMALI Orlando 277.9671 -- I
Foremost DalriM, Norwood 19114 HONDA 90. Oood"con
FURNITURE DISCOUNTSALES. Avenue after 3 p.m. 8210 E. Colonial Drive, dition. Call 267-3723. M I AITOK .u5aea.
Mattresses offered at HILP WANTED
warehouse prices. See us today AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT MOBILE HOME, 1964 10 X 50 2 I
2111 Garden St. Nldy l Operator II drive sanitation bedroom 1H bath Assume Moving & StorageLOCAL t utr..
Shopping Center. 267-5733 or TELEPHONE: SALESLADIES, truck. Mint have chauffeur payments Space available -
267.1926. part time, $125 per hour. license. Apply City hail 523 Call 2677474.CHRISTMAS. AND LONG "distancemovers. 1-
h 347 South Washington Avenue Palm Avenue.TRAFFORD Moving alorase ,
PIANOS-ORGANS or telephone 267-3920. SPECIALGive packing, shipping, cold fur >(
Make this a Christmas the REALTY COMPANY your family the best storage crating. Free estimates
whole family will rememberfor BEAUTICIAN WANTED all offers an excellentcareer Christmas 267-3341, Erevan
years to come. New branches beauty culture opportunity I for licensed ever. I Rlrtiteway Mayflower. I
senior preferred. Apply In 47' x 12 SKYLINE, 2 bed ITE ACRESNo
Spinet pianos start at $399. Real Eat ate Salesmento
Select your own payment person Nan's Beauty Par their new Tltuivlllc) office.A room. Deluxe Stove 2 Dr. Re (Continued on next page) I
frigerator. SALE PRICE $3805.
plan. lor. hard hitting sales program qualifying-New 4 bedroom
USED TRAILERS
Guitars ukulele band Instru plua excellent training with a 2 bath Sell Price $17,300
ments. LADY FOR housework 4Vi Realtor 1964 YELLOWSTONE 27' x I', Down payment ft)0. Monthly
organIzation
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC days. Must enjoy childrenand often an unusual I Bedroom. LET US payment $127 1
have references. 267- 1959' MARLETTE 36' 11', 2 Br. cipal Interest lnJrl: :
2126 W. Tropic Z67- 38S future for qualified leimen.
6513. NASHUA 30' x I', 1 Br. BUILD YOUR surante.
Please call Harry D. Neltl.
OLD NEWSPAPERS, suitableIn Cocoa for Interview.I SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
WOMAN HANDLE routine 636-1131. HOMEIN
EASY TERMS Now S bedroom 14 bath.
packing and moving furniture

!
-si paper flow, typing and filing
MARTIN MOBILE Sell price 14900. Down pay
wrapping fish protecting I time AM LOOKING FOR A BEAUTIFUL
part Write P. O. Box
floors and furniture when 1045. Tltusvllle. PARTICULAR TYPE OF MAN HOMES SALES ment $450 Monthly payment
IxMI IW aeuA15t.ltN'! ,Nry1uaewa, SZ painting etc. Big bundle SOc.Circulation Direct sales experience, married 1224 N. U. S. 1 FOREST HILLS $111 Including principal. In.terest .
WAITRESS taxes and Insurance
dept. at Star- church affiliated available
"We'll leave this at home, just in case there' 4 Advocate, rear of building. wanted. Must be 21. Apply in on full time biaia only. Tltusvllle North of -Overpass 267-3081 call todayHAWKINS I
dragon at the party" person. Larry's Restaurant This ia a brand new product. New S bedroom. 2 bath. Sell
Slightly damaged box springs USRN. The man who qualifies will 24' TRAILER $475. Space available I price ItdflUO. Down payment
and mattress $3630. Foam earn a minimum of $1072 per Campsalla Mobile Park, WOO. Monthly payment $111
6" mattress 2950. Walnut i: RK.TypiST.pwith month. Thus i Is chance to get 267.34(15. CONSTRUCTION CO. Including Interest,
(Continued from preceding page' corner tables ".50. Sofa beds some bookkeeping experience Into business for yourself for 267-2061: I taxes and insurance.
For sent new and reupholstered $39.50: but will train, for minimum Investment. For I
For Rent and $49.50. Maple beds dam old established Florida com Interview, write tox At, MOBILE HOME OWNERS New S bedroom, 2 bath Con
aged 1250. New electric pany. Good fringe benefits. Star Advocate. I I ventlonal financing $17,950.
FOR RENT Stove Frlgldalre $99.90.: Call 267-5900 for appointment Fln Down payment $950. Large living .
ROOMS FOR RENT
TOP CASH I PLUMBING INSPECTOR LIVE RENT Yen are s Tltvsvllle, room turquoise kitchen,
Floor Sanders Polishers CLERK STENO I. Recreation y.u can save time sad .1 fireplace.Commercial.
:
Phone AMA 7-3255 DOUBLE OR SINGLE, private la 3 minutes for good used must be qualified master
Department Must have know. energy with cur strvlce
Furniture School
plumber. High
graduate
bath and entrance, new
Factory Paint Outlet ledge of and ate e wider selection sites on U.S. No. 1
home near 267- GREER McMORRIS INC. typing and short- or have equal combination
causeway
Baldwin Shopping Center 6750.: Repossessed furniture outlet hand. Must be able to meet of experience and train. FREE! .. hemei and enjoy the to and$75,1X10 Garden, Street from ",0lJC)
53 U.S. 1 IRC or 810 S. Hopkins public. Excellent working ing. Ability to examine plant mat ceurtoeus as stance
APARTMENTS FOR RENT LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING room Tltusvllle conditions Beginning salary and speculations of plumb. Call us new, day r "II Call
ARTISTICALLY DECORATED for rent suitable for one or 267.1399 Day or Night 256.00: per month. 525 Palm ing Installations and make In- $20 down payment and $20 a Day Phone, 2t7-OIl er
apartment completely furn 2. Private entrance and bath. Avenue. (pectlona of new and existingplumbing. I month will buy your own full 167.5323, Nile 267-OS7G. J, W. CHILDRE Realty
ished. Private driveway. Corner of :50 and U. S. 1. call SINGER AUTOMATIC Apply I D. A. Cow acre mobile home lot at beau ED KITTLES 267-3363
Console model original price
after 1 p.m., 2673679. Ington Administrative Assistant .
Storage. Adulta.IOt! Indian MALI HIL.WANT'D tiful Lake Louise Estates. Become
AGENCY
balance
$300 $62 or reliable -
pay 525 Palm Avenue Titus-
River Avenue. landlord. Many
KITCHENETTE SUITABLEfor party assume $T pay vllle. Florida. your own 11 S. Washington Ave
Read
two workers, all utilities machine does DRAFTSMAN families now reside here. Don Star-Advocate
GIRL TO SHARE apartmentwith menu. Sewing EXPERIENCEDIn ----
I furnished also sleeping< FIREMEN buy before you see for yourself Classified Ads
single girl-leacher. Modern all fancy designs, ilg-iag Civil Engineering work.
completely furnished 3 I rooms. Pine Court Motel 1 stitching. Write Credit Manager Salary open Apply Main. Career positions open In Titus- LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon
2!... .... Route BO Fla. --
rooms private bath, all utilities mile North Mints, Route U.S. Box A.8, Star Advocate : ville Fire Department for Bithlo. ,
included. $62.50 267- Hwy 1. for free home demonstration DISHWASHER. AND EXPER. alert high; school graduates 15 miles east of Orlando
3157. no obligation. IENCED short order cooks 21 -31 years old In excellent Phone Orlando 868-2761 a- I LUXURIOUS
NEWLY DECORATED. In love Apply In person Ranch physical condition. Startingsalary OR CHRISTMAS: PARK W
FURNISHED APARTMENT fort ly private home gentleman BARGAIN HOUSE House Restaurant $398 per month Apply Route No. :50, Christmas Florida BEDROOM
couple or three working men. preferred. TV $12. Call after New and Used Furniture and office 513 Palm Ave. Phone: 308.2011JUST CUSTOM-DfSIGNIO
t 602 Tropic. S p.m. 267.2904, available appliances. We buy, trade and NATION'S FASTEST growing --- HOMES ON 1ARCIWOOWOl&TS.
December 15. aeu. Refrigerators $25 and food chain, has several ope.,. I rIfl ..,
t BEDROOM UNFURNISHED.Not MEN, KITCHEN privileges up, guaranteed 2510 Hopkins Ings In Die Tituaville area. SmNEmUBURBAN
suitable for small child Permanent YET ONLY MINUTES
liberal
and TV, 267-2283 after S Ave., Phone 267-4705. Open position very
ren. 2672533. p.m. Friday nights untU .. company benefits good TO NASA CAUSEWAY,

DUPLEX FOR RENT NURSE WILL care for elderly CAN BE FINANCED starting salary, must have SHOPflNO CENTER
person in new private home, high school education over A FEW ANO ALL $CHOOIi
I BEDROOM BATH unfurnished 2678969. CARPETS 21, and dealre a position for I
apartment range, like the future. Contact the ,-Eleven .
Call 2672570. FURNISHED FOR comfort, 501 Stores office, 80S N. Fluke. '
new. 100 pet. Nylon 5 !
TV conditioned private LEFT IN BEAUTIFUL 4
air in Up to 30 Sq. Yds. Cocoa.: Phone KM \9835 Mon. &
BEDROOM
DUPLEX. New home for refine per Installed with Padding day thru Friday, 1-8 p.m. or 1
January 1964. furnished, air- son. 2673096. I stop by your friendly neighborhood

2610381 conditioned after; Mima 5 pm.OUSES .area. Call SLEEPING single or double ROOM private for men en, ft Only $249.95 ft up application 7-Eleven an4 Store get to more pick Forest Hills

,
: FOR RENT trance. 260968. RICH CARPETSIndian information. Thl an equal

opportunity emp r. ........."Iv.. ltAdI
LARGE S BEDROOM 2 bath TV Washington AND MAID Avenue.service: S27 River Plata I PARTY CHIEF and rod men ... ,...... "-

Indian River City:( $140 267-2939 survey erew. Apply 11 Main with.........
monthly, IV"* months (In advance. SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies Street, Tltusville. I ......
Ed West UL34846. I for rent. 101 Orange GUNS I .011 E Heat
St. 267-3400. TWO MEN WITH direct sales .CNy W.Nra....
INDIAN RIVER CITY, extra I 730 South Dixie experience for the CocoaTltusvllle .M./hve1 Wade
nice unfurnished 3 bedroom LARGE ROOMS gentlemen area. New Item and
2 baths, carport utility room. I $15 weekly double. Including Old U S. 1 easy to sell Write Box A11, front

Close 2673842.to shopping and school. utilities 2674103. Indian River City Star Advocate, / 13,950

STORI SPACE FOR RENT Choose From 3 Quality Built Homes -
DUPLEX S BEDROOM Hi SEWING MACHINE all : $75
baths apartment 322 Ole NEW STORE building for of- makes. Phone lalt. Loaded With Extraal I %.
ander Place Indian River flee or business. 1560 ft
City or call 267-7788. Heated and alrconditioned. DUE TO divorce, we have a GIVE A-NOTHING DOWN
64 model IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYSEE
Phone 267.6160.WAREHOUSE repossessed swing
WATERFRONT RENTALS. 1 needle dial-o-matlc, like FHA-SUODOWN
house completely furnished FOR RENT new makes hundreds of ELECTROLUXAUTOMATIC
$70. (N.C1es...c..,
$115 house unfurnished fancy stitches makes automatic THEM TODAY!
Both houses with boat docks WAREHOUSE, suitable for buttonholes. Sews on
Call Roberts Realty, Oak shop, garage or storage In buttons blind hems, mono- CLEANER
Hill 345-3121 anytime. center of town. See H. H. grams, darns, patches, etc. Phone QUALITY BUILT BYCONSTRUCTION
Hudson at Star-Advocate. Assume remaining; 4 pay
2 BEDROOM FURNISHED ments of *7.50. Phone Credit CO.
HOUSE 2673603. available Monday WAREHOUSE RACE Manager 267-2411. AL MIER F FISHER"North I Phone 287-0364

WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER VENTED GAS heaters 20,000 287-7210
LARGE PARTIALLY Furnished construction. Any size up to BIU'S $12.50.ach. 801 Orange
home Indian River City. 30.000 square feet lease. 267- Street. 2674400.
267-0413. 0564.: Industrial or commercial _
available. Breverd's Oldest Real
space Estate Service"
2 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED 0WNTOUI OWN SPACIOUS HOMUOHlt$$ THAN KNTI
carporte, utility, tile bath,
electric range. Children wel For Sale &W

come.4487 after$90 6 month.. Call 267- Coa III.I/Itlc ............,_$.........lit Dee.
p.m.UNFURNISHED ( -.1. _,...,. Tae net.. mm sulrta..
3 BEDROOM TAKE UP payments console ... MM)SMMri SHrtMMt.N..ii|Ht
stereo AM FM radio. 4 NWS MM* Im-Caee Dm
house (Whispering Hills) **
Rent $110, vacant Dec. 13. speed full stereo. $2.25 week. 101 M.es T.AN a?" SIN a *Ml a luM.. A /..Aee1eMMleais5 /
SUCH I I
267-0968. ly, Appliance Department, M Mown SOWN M OAtllM tom tVJL weea5pae, I,.11 cad IMIaS IrMI/
W. T. Grant Company ''NfWKOMISDISICHfD vacNAMsa SUNUWM m* nuts rm 14 Bed Owka. rnvtie" tmtMl
OFFICE FOR RENT CSNN". IWt- 1.rt..IOIII.
ORGANS No
PIANOS
e III LUXURY CM>M s n.,|'se n<. UnMry ttt
NEW OFFICE, reverse evcleattewlitioning. l down payment up to five Ike ereel epie4Aea e* Ihe s k l 1. Just arrived In town* NEED A NEW HOME twits lICit AN aNlewaAtFOR
panelledwalls l years to pay. First paymentFebruary ....,11I... tfffM .
FOX InTI'YwIth kick JrwtM e fcif 'kwaVmtwd n Mwe IM *M|
Drive out Garden Street to Singleton Avenue,
tiled bathrooms Jan- IMS. Mr. 1. Cocoa yerdt CUnhl elwmliwmwln4wt MAN/ MM05IAwly SAM
itorlal service and water School of Music 63S-U73, UYIrWe Ie'kwrtw wllk) Ml eater Turn right and proceed to new two story model SOLITTLE P11105 Sass and ...". .....

furnished. Plenty parking collect lass..s tonesaw UMTS ipid. sclMCto home at first intersection. Information avail
space small fenced yard, see > with .....14 deer e WbU : =
to appreciate. 2673661. | TAKE UP payments 23 Inch dsv e able on at least twenty new homes ranging !' an. <: ::::=
TV console. H weekly. Appliance t'l. = .:
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9 AND $R$ .
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call | from
All lots
On U.S. 1, prime location, Department, W T. 1550000. on paved streets with
267-M66. Grant Co. I, 1)>, 2" JAnel fllfy MOTI e 40-eclU* wr K *t fCINTIAl >>....*.is_-(_, AaAeweAre 2Sludla
HEAT e euwa eVtve y* aid wall, city water and aewer. Most hornet ....,.---......

-e.4MOW Include central heat and air conditioning, dishwasher .
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ROYAL COLONIALGARDEN $11,1OO-$14oso MJ I..veM BNduna.Ms.M l nnqd4 and disposal. Salesman on premUet 1 It 2 Bedroom Rental\ Aoartmente

,.""v Yder ,**eaMav with heed .dnYd, Davkls4w from 10.00 every day. from SI DO monthly Unfurnished
e..Ar'Ar > < eaUiMkl
APARTMENTS er M
Models Now Open for loon< tan
"Welcome to Gracious Livin --4 2. If you are WITIIOUf TRANSPORTATION', '''.I.aH aletale saw cc dl iipUr. Des O eeae.lIMPEflIAL

call for one of our itafl to conduct a tour of the

These Luxury one bedroom apartment of spacious tea FROM IT7 MONTHLY Tituaville We
ual elegance with Individually controlled air conditioning MOOR Of INm area can probably find the

and heating Deluxe baths, electric kitchens THEM NOW jr4idP h $i I, home that exactly fits your family and your
automatic defrosting refrigerators TV and :.. budget TOWERS
'telephone outlets sound proof off street parking -a

spacious landscaped private grounds and mass

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FM A LOW PAYMENT DOWN only 2 Miles West of U. S. 1. On Garden Street COWART & CARTER


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fIle Best Place To Househunt Is Here In The ClassifiedsContinued I BEST TODAY'S BUYSLAKEVIEW



HILLS

( from preceding page) Real EstateFOR Real Estate
Real Estate Real Estate
Wanted
To Buy NO CASH DOWN I IIf Fishing. boating swimming,

Real EstateLOT HOUSES FOR SAL you have e Boat, Car, boat docking and other ccc-

SALE or RENT HOUSES FOR SALE GOOD USED standard Trailer, most anything of reatlon facilities will I I I be
ON River which Is 85' on HOUSES FOR SALE key. value maybe you can have youri you move
board
3 BEDROOM 1 bath, recently portable typewriter. wee: :
water by 220 foot deep, touted BRIARWOODEstate that Lovely Now Home the all Lakeview "
267
FOR RENT OR sale by owner redecorated, huge 71 x 255 4 LARGE bedrooms, forced air -paJ6.: I
In Bellwood near new Now. Don't wait. See ui residential area. At your
size,
grass carpeted,
Z ,
carporte. 3 bedroom lot, shallow well, located on
NASA causeway. Price $10,- baths, Rood community, price Old Dixie Highway, conventional all GE equipment. FHA $16,- tree studded lots 3, 4 add $ Now, or call day or nlte. convenience, drive out Carpenter .
500 with $4.8UO( down, balance 215 Tuscarora financing, $11,450. __700. $600 down. 267-3364. bedroom homes, electric kit. Work WantedWILL Day Phone 274131 or 267. Road and see these

on 7 year term. Call 2675901. Road call 2078165. I'I'rea8onable. 267-5488. 3 BEDROOM CBS. Oak floors, chens, central beat and air, | 5323, Nlte 27-0570. new :3 bedroom 2 bath, enclosed .
some ready for DO ironing In garage homes DOW
awning type windows. 2 full occupancy or my home ED KITTLES
WATERFRONT 120 ft. both '
sides US 1 in Titusville.on Good FOR SALE or rent with option LUXURY HOMESIn baths large lot. 12500. Bet- choose your lot and plans. No pick up and delivery if preferred under construction, equipped .
to purchaae. 1 acre country ter price with substantial qualifying, no closing cost, 1039 Alford Street AGENCY with central heat, city
2 bedroom' lohnOaTero e home, 3 bedroom 1 bath beautiful Whispering Hills down payment. 3 miles South conventional loans convenient Lakeview Hilla. water and sewer and aidewalki. .
with 1 for office with use of 13 acres, cleared located conveniently at the Edgewater Cory Estates. to, but out of sight and noise 611 S. Washington Ave. The lawns are fully
building or apartment on land partly fenced and 171 north end of Greenwood St. Owner next door. of super-highway. Parochial WILL CARE for 1 or 2 elderly sodded with Argentine ba
west side. Riparian rights acres uncleared land located just off State road 405. and public school buses, 1 persons Will do baby sitting hat grass which requires the
with extended bulkhead line. on river near north 1 Bedrooms with panneled 4th COUNTRY CLUB Heights 3 mile north of Titusville, LaGrange and also Ironing minimum of care .Price
on east side. Call Arrow Realty Flor. county line. Excellent alto for bedroom which can be used asa bedroom, 2 baths, large liv. area, off Old Dixie Mrs. Anna Green.: 281'2018'1 start at $14,500 with low

6277037. Tltusville. riding academy or truck den or for business. Fireplace big room, central beat air Highway WANTED FHA or VA monthly pay
Ida. Brokers invited. farm. For Information call wall to wall carpets, conditioning, carpets, drapes, CALL BABYSITTING and THERE IS menu.- orde
ACRfACI FOR SALI owner, 267.2380 or 2673858. Florida room Fully equip. free washer and dryer. 287-9300 ironing 100 Frances Elaylock, now nII't: Homestei I
267-1352.
ed kitchen with dishwasher, Price $21,200 mortgage balance __ BuffaloRpad. STILL TIMETO Exemption for 1969. Wh)

BETWEEN COCOA AND DUPLEXES FOR SALI disposal, built : 19200. Down payment MOVE IMMEDIATELY 'into 2. pay more elsewhere ar
ORLANDO oven, kitchen :Jedln $2.000 FHA. No Qualifying I 3, or 4 bedroom homes, brandnew T I ? PURCHASE YOUR NEW receive less? ,

5 acres and lovely country DUPLEX FOR SALE ning room, central air'& oil Call J. W. Childre 267-5563. In area of much higher You are n.w In Tltusville, HOME SO THAT YOU CAN 800-3 bedroom 2 bath
block home, 2 bedroom. Income property or live rent heat Insulated ceilings and priced homes. Small down you can save time end: MOVE IN THIS YEAR AND home. White terrazzo
Florida room. fireplace, oak free In one year old duplex. walls, Inclosed 2 car garage FOR SALE, Edgewater. by payment and only $83 month | energy with our service BECOME ELIGIBLE FOR floor. Central heat -lnd<
floors well fenced. Perklss Live in one unit and rental and utility. owner, 2 story bouse on river, ly total payment. VA no down and sos a wider toloctlon HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION air. Built-in Westinghouse

Realty 267.3940.DEVELOPERS from other unit can make the Choose from brick veneer, stucco 2 bedrooms 2V baths, payment BRENTWOOD ESTATES of hornet end enjoy the FOR 1965 electric range and oven.
paymenti. 2 story brick or pre-cast stone construct screened porch and patio, west on Garden St. $13.900 with $450 down
mOlt courteous esslitance.
50 acres with building 1 both units furnished. ion. concrete dock guest house, A COOL BLUE
and low FHA !
plenty of road frontage water Separate carportes. utility small grove, call New Smy. LOTS FOR SALE Cell us now, day or nito.Day monthly
and sewer available. Sensibly PRICED FROM rna 4289417 or write P. 0. --- Phone 247-OS31 or SWIMMINGPOOL terms.
Central heating 2 .
rooms. Nice home In central
807
lo
2 -
Box CLEAN RESIDENCE lots 1 247-5323, Nita 24741570.AGENCY .
priced to allow margin 266 Edgewater.
bedroom., 1 bath In each
for For details call $21,900Call block off E. Halifax Street, cation. Enclosed Florida
%. profit. 267-7037 Titus- unit. LOVELY ALL brick home, consisting Oak Hill, 163 ft. frontage G. room, centipede lawn, hardwood .
Arrow Realty, ,
ville. Florida. $23.000 with tl'rmAEDWARD'S Mr. Ben M. Tyler of 3 bedrooms 2 E. Bush, Le Flls Fish Camp. ED KITTLES Soot with this excellently le. floors, drapes includ-

REALTY 267-5494 baths, family room, with Oak Hill Florida. (11 S. Washington Ave., cated older home. FeaturIng ed. Priced at $14,900 with
Center
12 Baldwin Shopping fireplace panelled den $1500 down and $102
,
central three nice bodroomi, a
Printing Needs! Phone evenings 2673604 2671381 or 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH, Old heat and air, intercom, Services wonderful family room and monthly.
Gardendale. Fenced back double garage completely e large fenced In roar ,.rd. 809-Extra large new, home.
See The GROVE FOR SALE yard $1500 equity for $700. acreened swimmIng pool and Total payment are enly Good location. 3 large bed.
LIQUID GLASS AUTO
POLISHA NIT7
267-7017. patio, other feature. 2 baths brick fire
many rooms, ,
Star Advocate scientific break through in per month. See It todey. -
73 ACRES 32 acres presentlyin place all electric kitchen,
Grove balance is good WALK TO SCHOOL I 3 ROOM completely furnished in auto polishes. Unlike central heat and air conditioning -
at 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car gar house In Indian anything you have used. 15
I high land priced only River City, wall to wall car
age. Central heat and air. min. to wash, clean &
$2,000 acre. Brevards being offered for $5800 Two
per or BESTBUSINESS pcting. car
earage
Choice corner lot. No qu.l.ifylng. glass coat your car, appliances -
best
offer.
finest location for tree count ,,l. Priced at $22,000 and tow
Owner etc. Contains oil
and production record. Call transferred 0 0 0 no BUY
EXECUTIVE $1100 down $137 per month or wax. For info call 267- FHA monthly payments'.
Arrow Realty 267-6838, TI. all. VERY NICE 3 bedroom, built 3848. / I 10'x 113' 823-Beautifully designed and
tusville. Florida. pays in kitchen, screened ( .
READ SOON porch, Prime location on U.S. No built 4 bedroom 2V4 baths.

HOUSI FOR BALI 3 or 4 bedroom, central heat $400 nicely down landscaped lot only FREE! 1 South. Ready for )Jm. Trl level, double garage,
SECRETARIESearn and air. $750 down, $118 everything., $92 monthly pays L. P. BOTTLED GAS mediate u a.. At proton fireplace, plus many other

INDIAN RIVER Heights 2 ex month pays all. 0 INSTALLA TIONISuburban price la itlll a good: Invoit features too numerous to
tra large bedrooms. 2 full Hunter Park Homes ment property for future mention. Priced at $26.400.
top salaries. Inroll baths, fenced back yard 267-5221 Anytime. WE homes HAVE In 2 all, 3, and 4 bedroom Propane Increase Call new while with min. of 10% down
I
now for the Executive S.C. deep well patio, air conditioner choose from.ARTHUR price ranges to 20 .9 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 price U ttlll right.NEW Shown by appointment.
built In oven and I 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath, screened II 846-Large 3 bedroom, 2
reterlal course offered by range. Payments $73 per porch, alrconditioned. large S. GRIFFITH SETTLES ROOFING. Com bath home. Many extra
Cepe Kennedy College of month Call owner after 6 lot. Only $400 down, $88 plete Roofing and Remodel. with this preowned home.
J Beg Real Estate Broker
pm 261.38:12.BEAUTIP'UL: monthly for all. Leyda Real. ing Service 1004 Pine Street. Only $15,300 with $1250
Business and Technology. 2502 S. Hopkins
ty NE8.2221.ho .
4 BEDROOM
Phone 267-3455. dcwn. Shown by appoint.
and Ivenlng Clan.... NEW split level, 267-8626
Day ment.
4 ROOMS CEMENT block $390 DOWN 17 PER MO.
4 bedroom, 2 tiled baths, VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRSAll 848 Assume
mortgage. Be
Call 7M-W01 large living room, fireplace, : additional rooms can TERRIFIC BUY In Whispering All city convonlencoa. Tor
Makes Phone 267-7380
family room, built in ranredisposal be added; large lot. Reduced Lakes, bedroom :2 full tile' ..... .,,,'" ..", ,,,. ratio floors, 2 baths. For sure to check on this vacant -
dishwasher centralheat price $4950. Terms. Tlnfow, baths, large utility, double' Used Cars & TIUCKS Why get all hot and: bothtrtd mica kitchen cabi.. Con home, move right. in.
and airconditlonlng, dou. Lenore Avenue Tltusville, carport, newly decorated, when you hart" to move Do the tral heat, carport. He who Beautiful well kept trl leve
Y TIRED? v ble car garage. Only 122,900 267-1481. vanities built In refrigerator, I sensible thing and let ut handle hoiltatei I la loit. home 3 twin size bed.
1958 PICKUP TRUCK Ford F rooms, 2 baths, enclosed
10% down, $13274 monthly. 91 x 120 ft lot. $500 down 1101eer your move from start to flnllh.You' .
Phone Spangler Investments, BRAND NEW very large 4 month Includes taxes and 100. $250. 2675127 II like our roaionable rat... garage! and large 15x18'

Tired of long hours end low 2G7-1928. bedroom horn in Sherwood 450 Abbott Ave. 1963 CORVAIR MONZA. air toe, FHA RESALEAIR basement family rob m.
Estates Road .
Carpenter Priced
on at
267 3089. $18,500, $2800
pay, Our Secretarial Courses All city: conveniences Including conditioned radio. automatic CONDITIONED down and
I NEW 3 BEDROOM, 2 tile baths Think Of assume existing
transmission, 18,000 miles
sewer and water, but no Consists of 3 bedrooms, large
mortgage.
to IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. 2
designed meet your electric range, central heat $1790, phone 267-6201 or call
and air-conditioning, carporteand : city taxes. 18,000 sq. ft. bedroom home fenced in utility room, modern 849-Large lot toned for'mul
267 6895.
needs, will help you to have utility room. $13,400, $000 beauty. Is custom built back yard, screened in porch FIDELITYAgent kitchen. Beautifully landscaped tiple dwelling 153 feet by

better hours end boner psylHOUSEWIVES down and move in. Phone throughout: 28 ft. kitchen Indian River Heights Subdivision 1963 PLYMOUTH FURY clean lot with I fenced 577 feet deep. 3 bedroom,
Spangler Investments, 207. family room with break/as $67 total payment. as new. Power steering, automatic cia,. S Yoora old but look 1 bath house and swimming
'I 1928. bar, double oven, stainless 2677084 transmission, Rood brand new Roiionable pool presently on property,
steel sink, formica cabinet. I 2 double Eagle tires, radio, ALLIED VAN LINES down payment and: $17 per Close to shopping center
full baths, central heat and. heater. Must see to appre I STORAGE & TRANSFER month makei It ,oura. and Parkway Junior High

air, entrance foyer, oversized I TITUSVILLE elate. Call 267-0336) after '.1' DAY OR NIGHT School. $36,750 with some
11311 double garage with WHISPERINGHILLS p.m. or anytime Sat. & Sun I terms.874Almost.
fiberglass overhead door, ful. Phone AM 7-0228 MODEL HOMES
3 bedroom.
new.
A brush-up course or a S crotarlal ly sodded lawn and 6 hugeclosets. 1963 MERCEDES BENZ 190',D 2 bath
This house will SACRIFICE SALE! privately built homeon
be (Diesel) one owner, excellent
Course will helpyou MACHINE Don't miss out on these large 80 foot by 200 feet
completed within 9 days and BUILDERS condition low mileage..' Cal I INDIAN RIVER
find the pert-time ..byou'v. you may move In now. Call 2670632 before 3 p.m. ',' lovely homoi in ono of the deep. Has dishwasher, disposal -
Training! Mr. Frantxis. Edward's Realty SACRIFICE CITY fotteit growing sections .f double carporte 3
been wanting. Call WHEEL the city. All have throe utility room. $17,500, with
Branch Office, 2679542. 1964 4 drive Chevy V4
Cape Kennedy College of ..J. __ MODEL HOME ton pickup. 4 speed trans ,pedrooms, 2 Baths and air nice sited bedrooms, two $3500 down and $104 pays
EDGEWATER NEW 2 bedroom conditioned $120000 down baths, modern kitchens all. .
mission, 11.000 miles. $2390 ,
Business and Technology masonry home, 1V4 baths, 3 Bedroom with 2 bath, Family Room Phone 2678201 or 267-8895.I and assume loan. Payments many other desirable. foalures. 878-All new brick home.

utility room carport, Florida Fireplace. Oversized pnly $106.00 mo. Sale priced at |lull I Separate dining room.
room. Lot 60 x 148. $10800 Double Garage on Profession I WILL accept in trade on any a Bedrooms,.2 baths family $15,100. with lew-low pay I ffimly room double ear-
Park Avenue Realty, 103 E ally landscaped corner lot. car boats, radios, TV'. room and garage.; Air con menti. You can make a age central heat and air
BE PREPARED Park Ave., Edgewater. Includes Central Air Condition guns, tools, furniture ot any ,ditloned. $2000.00 down as- real doal I on one of th.... conditioning, hardwood
: $ JIj i1 ing, Carpeting thru out House, thing of value. BrowningAuto .aume loan. floors l 4 bedrooms, 2
pJ Custom Drapes, Music Center, Sales. 405 Hopkins 267 3 Bedrooms 2 baths family baths plus many extras in
b.tt.r Other Extras at less than half 1520. > J room with fireplace. Garage ASSUME FHANO this lovely home., Pricedat
to urn a salary. Men And Women of Cost. I
PROGRAMMING and air conditioned. QUALIFYING $26.650 with 10% down.
Secretaries are In demand Wanted To Buy $2000.00 down and assume Like 890 Extra large 3 bedroom
C IBM Key Punch $22,600.00Our now home on well landscaped
.. prepare yourself for a Neededto loan. I lot In Imperial home. Large double garage
S IBM Verifying Extra nice 2 bedroom home with
USED AUTOMOBILES City Eitatei. plenty of extra space
higher paying |lob by enrolling Burroughs (F-1100)) I train an assistant manager I'' last Home In this highly Auto Parts. AM T-3686. with IVi baths. All the extras from school Just bus stops stop. away Walk for your tools and work.

now for the Executive Typing & Filing and managers In convenient desirable section. you want. Payments acron street to area's shop. Central heat and sir

Secretarial Courie offered Adding Machlnea type markets. Good salary, NORTHWOODBUILDER'S The Titusville Star, $10000 a month. largoit shopping center. 3 3 conditioned.and Dishwasher
South Lake
Insurance Village: 3 bedrooms bedrooms 2 tile baths, disposal are included
paid
hospital Va-
by Cape Kennedy College Of DAY & EVENINGSCALL cation. Excellent opportunity I I INC. Advocate, 1 1st in circulation -. ida room., 1V4 FHA.baths and terms.I Flor.I tremendous carport Make kitchen, double In$650 the down low price and of approx$16.250.

Business" and Technology. for advancement with ex.pandtng reasonable -
FLA. TECH. COLLEGE chain. Apply L'il PHONE 267-4831 in North New 3 and 4 bedroom down payment and $115 per month pays all. '
TITI1SVILLEANYTIME homes. Extra large lots 928-Conveniently 1 0 eat. d
711-557 General Stores, Inc. 531 ParkSt. aiiumo $110. total monthly
Brevard. FHA. terms with home. Ideal for residence
7404 N. Atlantic Ave. $450.00 paymenti. BETTER
Tltusville Fla.
_
Cape Canaveral, Fla. and up down. HURRYI I business I combination
GIRL I ;, $ $ 3 $ i----- Large lots outside city limits Shown afternoons after 2

--- -Pick yours today p. m.

M NEW 2 839-4350 down. 2 bedroom, 1
FRIDAY MONDAYBARGAIN JOHNNY bath home close to schools
A.
MOLES
SECRETARIESBRUSH BEDROOMONLY and shopping. Newly pajnt_
.. ed and decorated. Enclose
are trained, officiantwomon. young SPECIAL 1240 S. Hopkins Ave., $3tO DOWNA front and back porches.
real Doll House
Largobedrooms
Phone 2676327: or Priced at $350
Why not enroll now UP COURSE 267-7559 after 6 P.M ample cloieti, down and $10,500, $79.00

for en Executive Secretarial .4 64 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2 DR. H. T. front built-in porch kitchen., sliding Recoiled glass monthly pays approx.all.

Course at Cope Kennedy Now Available .. Daytona Blu. with blue Interior, good white walls, radio, *, doors to large rear potto. F72 Combination-Business opportunity.restaurant..

College of Builneis and heater, 250 horsepower V-l .ngl". Factory Air Conditioning Just off Cordon Street, en fountain and drugsGood.

Technology. CLASSES NOW FORMING power steering, power brakes, power win- C2fQr BE SAFE! high month and dry Includes lot. every$I7.Mpor location doing goad business. ..,
-,
I
Owner has other intereit !
dews.. A sharp car at e bargain price yJ I I/J thing. This Is e scarce Call for details.

BE SURE! Item._ 400-Choice building lots! available .
OPEN 8 'TI ., 8
ADVANCED Shorthand theory -tit in several choice

SPECIALIZED ADVANCED Shorthand Dictation : Janik Deal Only MR. EXECUTIVELet locations.and have a home Select built your from lot I.
this custom
Chevrolet ui show you
.
plans.431Owner
ADVANCED ,tJ your
Typing
TRAININGThe built home In lovely' Cardondale. needs cash\ 143

Business English-Grammar & Punctuation WithAREALTOR In quiet established 3 high and dry building lots
USED CAR DEPARTMENT neighborhood. specious ,
north of TituivUle, priced
4' .
bedr. Urge pam
ipoclolliod training you 1026 S. Hopkins Avenue Phone 287-1234 I elod family room opening' at $271 per lot 4

will ,.t.t Cape Kennedy Business Spelling Into kitchen. 2 car goroge.Doilgned 472-Several' building- loU", in
College of Buiinoia and J_t t t t < t < 4 ; by an architect town. 78 x 100. Priced at.
Penmanship Look for this and constructed by e ojuel-. $4730 each.
will : 491-96 x 161 house !W in
Technology enable you symbol for your Ity bulldor. Soldo price

to earn a higher aalary and Business Terminology Engineering '5 protection. It signifies I under HO.000. Call today Priced north Mfms.at High bind '
Business SEE OAKWOOD TODAY for appointment to "Inipect. right $2,000 with
have a more lecure futur. Psychology integrityand I $800 down.RENTAL

Telephone Technique Mobile high professional Deal- I SEE TWO Cement block house on V S. t
standing.
Home Subdivision No. 1. Can be used for business
I
I hornet
18 WEEKS 100 HOURS only with a Realtor Very desirable new or private residence
Hllli. Sell-
CALL 7M. 50I i Only a Realtor displaysthis In Whispering $100 per month. Partly'
Ins for |lust $19.900. but
Certificate. Received Upon Completion Featuring: furnished.DANENBURG.
I seal. FH*. a-roi,od for $11.100.
.r writ. Non-Interest Student Loans Available I I & .M ,M,-*). Roomy hi
I Bryan-Conway ...,
1-car
,M"? rt plus
Director of Admissions I I Winstead Inc. _..
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LARGE 75' x 110' S LARGE POOL C. I se ,5 ahow you

For further Inform.tlen detach and mail George M. Barley. Jr ar"_ "_.__-.1_ _
I I LOTS WITh I SHUFFLEBOARD Inc.

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Phone .. ... ......... ...... ..... ......................... HORSESHOES.j Inc. ,
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REACH OAKWOOD: From Tltusville go north

CAPE KENNEDY COLLEGE on U. S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S. 1 for Ed KItties Agency 1514 South Washington
Harris Inc. tt ASSOC. REALTY CO.
TECHNOLOGY one more mile to our entrance on right For free Realty AM 7-3858 ;
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1 ItS N. Brevard Ave. 195 N. BroTard. Cocoa Beach. Fla. DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Sydney Schwartz 267-9440 2473690 Where(24 Hr. TeL AM. Service) \

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.French .Me car reasonable. We'll outline a monthly payment

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Dear Ann Landers: What can I 44.8klnDOWN n Pill LED THAT YdlfY DCN'f? I COULDN'T

| do about a boy friend whose never said one decent word to ., APED YOU 6ET UP i STAND Tl7 SEB

chief interest in life is food I me. If it weren't for the mortal LAfricaadeiert AND lOwR MY SW4DUN

Sidney is not a teen-ager. He is support of two wonderful I 11..4 : b RS i AtOVfff
high school teachers
24 years old and plenty overweight I would r

I might add. have headed for the river. You

Sidney never holds my hand were right and don't let anyone Ann Landers will be glad to IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OFTH

|In movie because he is too teU you different. ALSO help you with your problems. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

busy shoveling popcorn into his STEPPED ON Send them to her in care of this COUNTY IN AND FLORIDA FOR BRKVARD. T

mouth. At football games, while Dear Also: Dozens of readers newspaper enclosing a stamped, I CATHBR CHANCKRT AND NO.SON mat JRYW4LL

othercouples hold hands Sidney selt.addressed envelope. .
DID tell me different but my CO. COCOA
must have his hands free- .1..Uff.1,
is
position unchanged.The ye.SPANOVA. red
for the hot dogs and potato i
hostility of the stepmother IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF
HOMES INC. el at
chips. Even when he drives the and the total absence of THR: NINTH JUDICIAL (IR.CUlT. f.f.ndaNOTICE ...
car one band is in a bag oftelly IN AND FOR RETARD: OrIi? ,
sympathy on the part of the COUNTY, FLORIDA TOI Harold II Cox. damns bu.- IL j
beans. father persuaded me that the IN CHANCERY NO SM31 I"... aa Bravari laiulatloo
HARK 0. WATsON '
The other
while
evening we girl didnt stand a chance under rialntlff RRIIDEN.1CYUNKNOWN:
were- watching TV Sidney was ... AND TOl All Ptrtln elalmlni In*
that roof and I said
so. MARLINS) .... .
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by throutkundrr
munching on leechee: nuts till I At times my advice makes WATiONT .f..4,..t or ..slat tba NO?' tilk SOSOMEPIKEWNE1ntAuY2
thought I'd lose my mind. OTIC I OF MIT aforesaid pcnoa.TOU WPtLMeNaMOnPRIU cK
but
many people angry I'm not roc DIVOHCR HMR
When I saw him to the door he TOt HARLKNig WATSON z
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ARE
I trying to win a popularity con WBRKBTIkat .tI'l.d J
A6ERNATFN.
aid "I'd kiss tR ((
you goodnight, a Mmplalnt to foracloa
test. I'm trying to help those You are kwtbv Notified that t tartala "","anlo'. ll.a fncumburInt 'bFWJ
dear, but I can't seem to get who need it. : Complaint tor Divorce ke boss tko fallowlnr daaorlbad' prop*
fid of this salt-water tatty" filed M alas, row sad yen are arty towliiLate eETWS E
required l o mrvt a npr of rAniw
I could compete with another Dear Ann Landers Jack has .r or Plmdln U tk. l: 1, 1. .. T. 14 11. II Tlmu.
: Comr.
female Ann but bow does plaint tkt plaintiff leas aukdlvliloa. ooordlimU
one asked Howard Warn II onr; tbr.oi
me to marry him but Nortk Ike vial I aa raeord*
compete with food? Help. is lads A".. Cocoa B.ack. Florida. ad la Plat Book It Pail IM.oT >-
riease.. TENA something holding me back and flu tbo anneal Answer or las Public Rocorda Of 5r,. '
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He loves children and I don't PI..d'". la tko. office of .... Clark Yard County, Florida
of .... Circuit Court on .. lore.. kai boss nl., atalait you la tka
Dear Tena: Sidney sounds want to be bothered.The the Mth day of January IMS II above atria lull and youtoWltod .lo !(
thought of family you fall to d. ao. ludimant fcy da. N acres s coo" of ,our
like a having a
nervous eater. And he .
hull will be ... .. .1181. "0. aaewer or seer pleadlne' to the J
could eat himself into an earlygrave upsets me. My figure is for tka relief demanded la tke complaint oa Plilntlffe altornayaANDER40N. z hR.1riY

unless he resolves the great and I don't want to loseit ComoUInt RUSH, DEAN oC: R14
DONE and ORDKRKD at TI. LOWNDRS. 121 Eat Central
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problems that are driving him even' temporarily I become tuavlll, Florida Ibis' 4tk day af Boulevard Orlando, Florida, and
Dooamhir. lIMIt file the orlflnal anawer or otherploadln CDlri r
sick
to to
food. stomach whenI
,, my (urtla R. Barnaa la the office of tbo Clerk Q +
A 24-year-old man who is so think of feeding and diapering Clerk pf the Circuit COurt of the Circuit Court on or .bas, ... ITOOOD Jp:.+A WAYUS

busy with saltwater taffy that the little brats. Being stuck at BI V. t. IpandarDeputy Clark the you' 1.f.r. le af ao.December e dooree:, 184It preeonfeaae ToV19/TAN/ IIERa1cAN cc THaGTOCK Icr.wtlrN

tie can't kiss his girl goodnight home with them would be a Howard Warren, will be taken ataln>t TN/NNIhl4/ L11 i FOBOeTALI
fi Rewru
Attorney for Plaintiff you lorII.. relief demanded la I TRFeANO ii i ABOUT MY
needs! professional help. drag. II North Atlantle Are tfce. eomplalnt.Thla eOMaIN.
Jack talks to strange kids on Cocoa Beach. Florida aotloe akell be published ', j m KIp4
COURT ORAL) once a week for four eoneecullve Awri.s. PROewua
Dear Ann Landers: Some the street and can pick up any Doe. T, U. 21. 21 Moa) 1M4HOTItB ...ko In the TITUKVILLJC STAR i DL

people 1 work with didn't like dirty, ragged little kid and love ADVOCATE I t tk ''CI I

the advice you gave the stepmother him to pieces. I'm sure he'd or INTBNTIOW TO DATED tfcle STtk day ef Nor' ,
RSOIaTLS lIcTITlova RAMS ember 106t.unlle/
who despised her hug Insist on a family I. eempllanoe will Heuae Pit y R. 11......
band's year-old! Should I marry Jack under No.. 1171 Ckapter Nenfcar :loci Clerk ef Circuit Court
daughter La. ef Florida, Ads ., INI. tfceunderelrned Byi V .. IpanelurDeputy
When the stepmother wrote these conditions?' And don't will resister Milk ,... Clerk

f'My husband is on MY side" I suggest a psychiatrist. I wont Clerk Brovard of County tke Circuit florid.Court, I.. COtRT SEAL
uporeceipt Nay to. Dae. 1. U tl Moat 1JIM'S .
knew what the poor kid was up go. I just want a yes or no of proof of pukllcatlon or
lilt, notice. ,... following' flatltlou
gainst You said the step. HONEST BABE ..m., to-wlti Bdwarda Rally
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daughter would be better off in Dear Babe: It would be a Real under Batata wfclck at I la am Baldwin oneaeed HBOC-I I. TV

a foster home. This was a dirty trick to marry Jack. AndIt pln. Center, Tlluavtlla Florida, frereiilonel A Cuirtnfeeel

pretty bold piece of advice but would be'an even dirtier trickto and gnly that parioe/b.Interacted and.r.laed la said I.,Ike... Service

you were right. the children you might bring Isr... NIW MANAGEMENT /
r Dated it Tltuavltle Florida, .
My stepmother yanked me Into the world. Stay single or II dar ef Nor A.D. *... tkll us M, tier 1 sleek W .4I. ,

out of dancing school after two find an oddball like yourself. Mary B. Bdwarda I. R. Plate U7US1Wednesday n r1d 1 I
Nov. 31. M. Des. f. 14 (Man.) IN4. .. \ a
lessons because I was "a 1 \

clumsy: cow." After three voice '

lessons she decided I was tone q I I_ fw

cleat I had four piano lessons Television Guide i Y

and then they were knocked off

because I was "too dumb" to

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:the washing and ironing and Monday U W Ch. f News
I 12.21 Ck f 1'1..... Robert Trout
scrub the floors. U;SO Ck a Truth or Conaeenaaaae
In the 12 I buttered CII. II.."" for Trnw MOBKIMO
years my NIGHT C.. Ernie TortOuldlnr f II Ck. f ": '.. Almanae
bread in that house my father I I 00 Cfc. I 1'1.' .... llpo..... Weather \2'41 C.'II. LlfktNewa. ItM:; Ck: t World ClilHaaUoa
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