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Title: Star-advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents


,84th Year No. 151 24 Pages Today Titusville, Florida, Wednesday, December 16, 1964 5c Per Copy\ N. Publin WWbndays, Wednesdays and Fridays

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1 than three milts of The new tracks will take the I near the Vertical Assembly! was completed early this year !
h track will be added to the railroad railroad Into the industrial com Pressure Gas Facility, located It has one spur line which runs
1 sat 11' 1 else through the Merritt Is- plex of the moon launch area, between the VAB and the moon from 1 Just\ north of the Wilson intersection
land moon launch area by the where multiple sidings will be launch pad area on Merrttt Island
middle of next spring. built; to the Ordnance Storage dark on the initial 18-mile south past the VAS area to the
i Bids on laying the additional Building which will be b u lIt 1 u Merrill Warn railroad network edge of the industrial complex.
'rails will be opened on Thurs A second spur runs east from
day (Dec.17)) .tl: p,ro. by the Wilson to the beach, then southward
Canaveral District of the U.s. T/tusville Girl along the beach to the Mr
Army Corps of Engineers as Force's Titan III launch layout
construction agent for the National The railroad bid opening( Is
Aeronautics and Spa e e one of two scheduled for Thursday
Administration's John F Kennedy Reported Missing At 1 P nl bids will he

Space Center.Approximate opened( on work to make ready
I cost of the work for shipments an unloadingdock
detectives
Tltusville
Is 1500,000. police : at the barge turning basin
and Sheriff Leigh Wilson's department w near the VAUEstimated ,

are conducting a thorough to cost $11)0000)
: Boy's Ranch To and as yet fruitless search I IM the work Includes floodlighting
the area, putting in 10 dolphinsand
for a missing; It-yearotd Titus.
ville girl.Eunice bollards for tying up tug I
Benefit From and barges, and Installing utility -
Stevenson! daughter of systems In the duck area.
Mr. and Mrs George W. Steve Ultimately, the dock area will
y ,, .d e; enson of 200 Stuart Ave. has
m a 4 ai Posse Airlift"Operation 'bo used for bringing In the sop-
a not been seen since leaving ante stages of the Saturn V
work Saturday at Indian River I moon rotkcts which will "ho
Airlift", conductedby Rcxall Drug Store. 1 erected In the Vertical Assembly
!' the Sheriff's Flying Posse, to According to her father Eunice I Kulldlng,
'!-. fly toys food clothes and other [ a Junior at Tltusville High Two other bid 'or
tW e Christmas gifts to the boys In left home Saturday morning, NASA also openings have been
projects
4L the Florida Boys Ranch at Live taking approximately $JO with
scheduled by the Canaveral
Oak. will underway according her saying she was to
get soon going
Imperial Towors Apartment And Yacht Club District of the Corps of Engineers. ,
to Sheriff Leigh Wilson. do her Christmas shopping. She j
Last year's airlift program Involved received her weekly pay from I On Tuesday, Dec. 22 at j'I '
four complete planeloads I the drug store at approximately I
S bids will be opened lot I II
of and Sheriff Wll- 2 and has pm?
gifts pm. Saturday,
Towers Opens Thursday I furnishing and Installing( a system
Imperial ion said "this year WI would not ,been, seen since.
for 12 coaxial cables I between ,
like to do even better, She was wearing a white uniform the Central Instrumentation :
The ranch which houses 58 the last time she was unlce ll"fmon Building In the Merritt island -
Overlooking the Indian River, morrow nightIn University of Miami School of boys, has three Brevard County seen and according to her par. Industrial complex and an
and NASA'S MILA, the lush $3.5 the apartments, over 180 Law lie Is a member of the youngsters. eats these. were the only clothes to know nothing of the about the dieappearance antenna: site building alxmt a

million Imperial Towers a six- units have been tastefully decorated Florida Bar Association, but is They are brothers two are she bad with her all what girL"Thf'y fine mile and a half away Approximate
story apartment complex, featuring it ] and many of them have not actively engaged in law, twins age 11 and a younger "Eunice is" a quiet girl and she Is," SEt say baldano said a "and girl tout of the work Is $100,.
a lavish restaurant and balcony which overlook the brother, age 10. In case anyone a good girl, her father said 0<<10.
rather he devotes full time to there seems! to be no Indicationthat
within the would like to
and Indicated then
cocktail: lounge, officially opens Indian River and the MILA facilities county yesterday Bids on modifications to the
tomorrow evening at 6 for the -'. !Q ; his extensive developmentshere send clothing to these boys their had been no major problems at be idded family problems existed blockhouse and service bulll-
first Urne.Besides ". The towers features a large Miami and Daytona sizes can be obtained from the home. In trying to reason what Ing at Atlas Centaur Complex
Beach Florida. Sheriffs Department. happened or why, per father There are no direct: leads to
being Tltusvllle's largest and throughout 3a-A at Cape\ Kennedy wilt be
building, the elegant Towers I ; : swimming pool putting green, He also is engaged bun International Also, if anyone wants to d0- ruled out the boy friend angle, the disappearance of the girl as opened on Tuesday, Dee.! 29 at I
is the most modem in design L" and ihuUle oant ,court* tor itsresldentti venture in Tel Aviv, Israel hate clothing tori,fort or mon because, IM added Eunice did yet, report boll) the Investigators 1
and most beautiful tn layout 'W and plans are under with the construction of ey to any of the boys at the not date. but Investigations are pro Work on the blockhouse con-
Featuring the Imperial Room L. ". '" ': way for a yacht clUb aid marina t the Dan Hotel.A ranch, they can bring them to LL Pete Wlsby of the sheriffs! ceeding. sluts of plumbing<< alterations. Installation
a dining room seating about 300 on the riverside. ribbon cutting ceremony Is the Sheriffs Department or department, said he had almost Runic Is five fret, two Inches of floor covering Mid
people, and the French Quarter, Jack Mintzer popular builder 'planned for I.JO: p,m. tomorrow send them directly to the boys ruled out foul play, and la Investigating (tall, with short auburn hair spraying acrmutlcal material on
a coffee shop for snacks dinner and president of the Imperial with Mayor Bill Walker and ranch at Live Oak. "all ingles", and brown eye. Anyone having (lie celling. The service building
breakfast and late snacks Jack Minfitr Towers Corp., said today he is Commissioner Ed Kittles taking Det. Sgt Tony Saldano of the any Information Is. asked to call work calls for converting a mechanical *
the Imperial Towers Is thoroughly very happy at the response received part in the ceremony. SRD Designates police department, said that h.Iii Titusvllle police o or sheriffs department area Into office span
equipped for complete entertainment 4 Hits and a Miss, direct from here Mintzer has become a familiar trying to rule out foul play, or her parents at 267- The work Is estimated to coot
the Dunes In Las Vegas will Mintzer Is a graduate of the face la Tltusville and has acquired everyone he talks to seems I 0385. $33,000.
The Imperial Lounge, with the entertain nightly beginning to ,University of Florida and The] a host of friends here. Primary RoadsA

'Speeders' May Have To Attend
public hearing held yester
I day by the State Road Depart
Commerce Sec.
Hodges Quits event to bear objections to the I

SRD re designation of certain
streets and highways, met with School PD Gives Plans To JC'sffnilve
WASHINGTON (AP-Presl. sey drug manufacturing firm of soon will be (7 years old. Johnson said he would submit no objections, with only the ;
dent Johnson announced today Merck t Co. Inc. since 1955. Johnson flanked by Hodges Connor's nomination to the county the city and the press Into
the resignation of Luther II. The executive 50, was active Connor Secretary of Labor W. Senate early In January audience. Members of TltuavUle Police driving course" and "This would mean, that driven,
Hodges as secretary of commerce In business groups supporting Willard WI r t I and AFLOO In announcing Hodges' departure Conducting the hearing was Department Thursday will Illustrate stated they were propoalng the caught breaking the peed| limit
and named as his successor Johnson during the presidential President George Meany, called Johnson said he acceptedthe W'lllard Blrtby, district planning for Idea the laws and ot .t.r violations would
n proposed plan a to Jaycees to see If
New Jersey Industrialist election campaign. reporters to the White House resignation of Hodges, a engineer of the SRD who tint have to attend the drivers
John T. Connor. I Johnson's selection of Connorto theatre to announce the Cabinet former Democratic governor of outlined on. a map the streetsup "deftnilvt driving course, to they would conduit the pro school: before appoarinf. in
Connor who will take for re designation. Also, the Titusvllle Jaycees, which gram"
over I be secretary of commerce is change. North Carolina, with "deep regret" court
the commerce post Jan. 15, has his first designation of a Cabinet Hodges was !the second member Henry Boggs district traffic might Involve residents who are Pat Blurrier, manager of 11tUlvUI. Aim ittmiilfw the meeting
been president of the New Jer- officer since succeeding to of the Cabinet of President In a formal letter la Hodges, and planning engineer was caught speeding or violating (ha .'. Southern IItIUTel4'lhone .1U l* Judge Ken Moran salt,
the presidency after the assassination presortRepresenting law \ company, will furnish Charlie Garland of UM City I"..
John F Kennedy to resign sinceJohnson Johnson said the white-haired the
of President John F had county wu Ptlmn. Lee Brandies, of the the Instructors tn train theJsvcem lire Department ad a repto.wntatlvo .
Kids! You entered the White Southerner IM the Commerce and
Court Clerk Curtis Barm .
Kennedy, in November 1963. House. The first resignation, Department with prude works police dept said the city for the driving school of the Special services
the directorTom
city public dues not have enough men In "If the Jaycees accept th IXvUkm nf uw Florida
Hodges has been secretary of last summer, was by the late ence and progress and was "oneof Watts.
Can Talk commerce since the start of the President's brother, Robert F. the scarce breed" who are The plan of the road depart- the force to conxtttut the "do- plan."' Brandies continued Highway' PatMtL. .

Kennedy administration in January Kennedy, who quit as attorney : sympathetic to the needs of ore mont is to re designate the
1960. He told Johnson he general to run for the Senate on people and "ready to workaround following streets, either making
To Santa had planned to remain in the the Democratic ticket to New I the clock to meet those them primary roads or turning C Of C Board Of Directors
post only four years because be York. I .'* certain streets back to the city
If yen would like! to talk to ardor county as secondary I

Santa or have yewr children Miss America Will Join Titusville's South: ,
talk to the miry aId gent all I Street, from Park Avenue Plan Year Membership DriveThe
you Have to <. Is phone 26- West, State Road 405; South ,
Santa anytime botwoon me !street, from Park Avenue to ,
hours ., 4 and! I p.m. Monday Cathy Hagler At Gator Bowl' Washington Avenue 8. B. 404/ ;
through Friday. Park Avenue prom Main Street Board of Directors of the XT Jim Farm tiiid a ntwt- Jim Fairer. I:*PC'J'' ',I',o M ,magr .

The Tltvivllle Jayceos hut I I'|to Garden Street, S R. 401; GarOn Greater Tttusvllle Chamber ofCommrrc tog scheduled: fur Monday aft. : reported Mrs "wan a n. ..,1
arranged for Santa t* be at Miss America will pin Titus-1 I Iville' Bowl Week festivities conclod-lwhich to to be televtoed nation. Street from South Lake westto met at luncheon at emn to discuss the new design fur a Merchants Diviiion of rhO
the ethor end of MM line for Cathy Hagler, Gator i ing with the football game, |ally I Highland/ Avenue IR. 404; the Chanticleer: Restaurant on Chamber to nHp promMe (the
all calls se mat North Brevard Bowl Queen and festivities Main Street from Park Avenueto Monday, Doc 14, to ducts I Mrs Hilda Cowart advised entire community and v tend
fovngtlers can Nil him what which will climax with the Gator + Washington Avenue, returned plans\ wr INS and Its awn br- the Hoard that the DOW. president lotfeUwr for prosperity ( UK,.r
they want for Chrbtmas. Bowl game in Jacksonvilleon I to the city, former State Rood ship drive bleb will start ta of PrkM. Inc. Is Bay Led- stated that tWNKJnjpi < an Oe/ ..r<
Jan 2. 4ark 409 (Whispering Hffls Road and the my tear future. I ford Mrs. Cowart aim stated' angel" with wets OUNI.minni
This will be the seventh time Part Avenue) south of South : The god has boon set for a 'that a BeauUflcatkn Advisory men M James K Gorman (,."n-
CJD _WILY Miss America has participated Street, to S,R. M, turned over minimum of 44 members' according Board was recently ortanUM eel If.....r of UM a'b l 'n
in the Gator Bowl clastic which to UM city and county, I' to Chamber President wfcfck. consisted of members of tall Fed 'ntb>n. Urnun; t tu.4 the
this year pits the "pride of The SRD rrprenaUvM asv CO Gobora. 17 different civic and service or- pubw til the nations retail m.irUt
Florida", FSU against Oklahoma r sued the county and the city Pat Blumer, chairman of the gantaatlcns and that SM bad the and Irgislatkm effecting tM
In the 20lh Gator Bowl that UM Usual policy of the SRI New Chamber Building Com- bonnr of serving as tr* retailer
game. was whet retuning a street or mittw stated that several locations first prmident of tile ca/rdiaat- Aanthrr name mentkmed (>yContlnvoo'
\onda Kay Van D%te.. a road back to a ctty or county are being Investigated at big budy. ( On F''o 21))
Slate I'aivenIty : the street or road would be re --- -
at Arizona --- -
r junior r1Jv UM present time and as vm as
win arrive to Jactsocr.J.AJaJJ. ; surfaced. negutlatVm are completed his
1 after .WaraIIlft at the The streets re de 1gnatd as eotnmlttr will swing Into ae LIMITED TO NORTH BREVARD HOMES ONLYII
Bowl in New Orleans: on tat. roads win )uta IM state
Sugar ton to erect CI mock Bended
road Fill Oat and Mall To ONES
t New Year' Day I primary/ oysters'Warming building CHECK

The 1J6S Gator Bowl (Jueen. Vice President Lyle Shatter Saollk runoral Horn g 1I,11Qtou1
.Is a native of Noo.R.ll9tou.
Cathy Hagler : Trend repr1ed that the TKasvfite
7 Jacksonville Beach, but BOW TUu *UU. Florida Q j Decorated Door
her borne to 't11U\.Je map suppry to very low and OM
makes her Mr and Mrs. 1 A warming trend set to today new maps most be updated to I a"'.. to .IMOO K./hM..n and o..oritUn* lit' from
1&1"11&& with E. M. Hagler.parents 197 PUasettiave. b for rVslda where teinttatures keep np with UM fast growing Doc,....., 1MH. WirtwfH 1 Deoemb.f 25H I au.,. Itio Jud..'.
dipped as tow as J7 overnight commtumy. Soireral real instate ..
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of TVtusvU Doc.lsIws a
.. and Is a graduu
DAYSLEFT And oe a keg rang bails I firms and. k tai tanks also MUM
;>t High. eS- which contains their
weaker forecasters said nap
A fmhman at has JacksoaviEetnhwstty rechd Coos far aloft\ may anew a eo mUd adnnII1III- Buffer stated that Has** ." ..... .... ..... ... .. ... ... .. ...

Cathy winur for QM stale. They noted mote and Ifn1te statlnm
a I3K scholanlitp. wardrobe, til Out CM bleb altitude > shook be encouraged to par- Addroos . ...... ......... .. .' ... ... .. ,
formal! jawa, a trtp to New chase these tut
stream" ot wlads to mseamfulry sups MDona

York oo Dec.AH M. American with the Look fd.baIl ,7 sun flowing from west to east I to their bas bse .... City .. .. ... .. . .. .. .. .. ... ... ....
Magazine -HI attoatksi wtfc hIp star Searto. chairman ef OM
tram, where she appeared -- --- yr "Jack Frat on OM grand 23," Brochure ConurXiM. reported (INTIIIS' MUtT II RICIIVIO DIC. itch)

+ on aatoial television Kathy M...Ur, S Mr ...! 0-.. ''If" Mt below. I'teat sad OM Zaeeath* sUa-
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Titusville (Florida) Star-Advocate
WHEN GIVING IS TAKING BOB HUDSON'S

Established 1MO Firms Optimistic 1"I I

Published Mondays,
MULLET '
ACTIVI Wednesdays, and Fridays o

MLMN* L By TltusvW. Star-Advoc.te, Inc. Q WRAPPER
KERSE About Business .
q1 1964 At The Star-Advocate Building f E E '

ON UOO S. Hopkins Ave.
ly CHARLES C. CAIN "The 87-million figure is a
AP iMlness News Writer realistic far I
MEMBER: Florida Press Ass'n; National Editorial Ass'o and DETROIT very one as as Looking forward with great plain about the heat, humidityand
Associated Press. (AP) The three am concerned. I am quite op
interest to tomorrow night'sopening cool
a day now after
a
major auto
companies agree timistic. I don't know what Influenced
Henry H. Hudson Pres. Mrs. Hazel S. Hudson, Vice.-Pres. that business will continue fine Mr. Donner's conclusions. of the Imperial warm one, It's interesting to
Robert H. Hudson, SecyTress.. in 1985, with Ford Motor Co. the ." Towers. With genial Jack Mint note changes In daylight and
Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson, Editor vI most optimistic. zer watching over things, along darkness in Anchorage, Alaska, ,
David Dunn, Advertising I Mgr. S. L. Floyd, Circulation Mgr, The Ford chairman, as Chrysler -
with the men surrounding him our 49th state, for a two-month
Henry Ford II told his .
Raymond B. Rutherford, Classified Adv. Mgr. annual and General Motors did earlier "
In various there is period. ;
year-end news conference Tues expressed confidence that capacities,
Second-Class Postage Paid at Titusville, Florida day that car and truck sales in the industry would maintain its little doubt but that it will be And he sends along these fig-

Subscription Rates: the United States next year growth pattern. He said about a success.A ures:

Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr. *7.M Mo. 14 00 s Mo. 12.25 might reach 101 million vehicles $700 million of the company's number of events already "Sept 29, high temperature
By Mail In Florida 1 Yr. $6.50 f Mo. $3.SO S Mo. $2.00 three-year $l.6-billion expansionand scheduled In the various din I 50, low 3D, 11 hours and 37 minutes
Outside Florida1 Yr. $7.80 e Mo. $4,00 .1 Mo. 12.>> A day earlier, Chrysler President I modernization plan wouldbe ner and club rooms at the Imperlal of daylight; Oct 10. high

Lynn A. Townsend said spent In 1965, compared to -bank parties this week. temperature 45, low 40, 10
loss car and truck sales would $465 million this year. end and Rotary Club meetingon hours and 35 minutes of day-
EditorialsThe total at least U million and Ford labor the noon of Christmas Eve.
emphasized matters light; Oct. II, high temperature .
could exceed 10 million. more than the other two Certainly the Imperial Is a 40, low 30, 10 hours and

Frederic G. Donner, chairman auto makers, mentioning recent big addition to this area. I I minute of daylight; Oct. 27

of the board of General local strikes which cost Ford high temperature 40, low 25, 8
What would
To Work Motors largest of the automakers about 130,000 cars and trucks you like for hours and 59 minutes of day
Christmas? His and her hot-air
Right
said Sunday that 1965 from its production schedules. balloons, wall-to-wall light; Nov. 8, high temperature
I Hews Kales Labor leaders launch drive sales could surpass this year's Ford said he did not questionthe or mink 30, low 15, 8 hours and <4< min
to kill Taft- sin boxes
Although organized labor professes to be dedicated expected total of 9.2 million. right of the United Auto carpeting or nothing utes of daylight; Nov. 25, high
to the winning of new privileges for Its members Hartley Act pro.l.loa protecting workers in 20 states The big difference between Workers, or other unions, to rocks or kit make-lt-yoursel temperature 15, low 5 below .

it has adamantly refused to grant them one L from being forced to join unions to bold jobs. the Ford board chairman and strike but added: "I am ques- sports There's car a Copernican? model zero, 8 hours, 31 minutes of
Donner was In their estimate of tioning the excessive bargaining daylight."
of the most fundamental of all the free 500 planetarium at $593:! that's
rights- the 1965 domestic car market. power of unions and their abuse ( "And he adds .the hours
dom from being forced to join a union in order to Donner said It could exceed 7.8 of this power." right) for kids. of daylight continue shorter

hold a job. million units; Ford predicted it Of over-all business conditions Another we hear about is a through Dec. 23." .

Plan Now For would reach 8.7 million. Town.send' he said: 20,000-plece collection of hand- Something to think about. "*
In furtherance of this blind policy of compulsion Taxes Retirement painted soldiers for 10000.
figure was about 8 mil "The keystone to our present on these pretty days. *
officials of the AFL-CIO have launched a campaign prosperity, I believe, is the decision Things are looking up for the

to get the Congress to kill the laws in 20 Say Bocks In Series lion.Ford, asked to explain the reflected in the tax cut, to kids these days.

states that now protect their residents from compulsory Kiolinaer wide difference between his rely less on government spending -
- projection and that of General and more on the powerful I Sign in a shop: Our LingerieIs

unionism.The The person who does nothing Wright in discussing steps Motors, replied: forces of private enterprise." the Finest. Smart Women
target of the drive is the provision in the bout his taxes until he sits younger people should take to Wear Nothing Else.

Taft-Harley Act which permits states to enact and down to fill out his return one insure adequate Income In later

administer right-to-work statutes which guarantee evening In April Is probably years. Older workers are advised A Few Suggestions the Rather comments amused made at some in the of 111
on more immediate
problems
spending more money than he
the rights of workers to refuse to join a union
"voter
of Insurance participation survey" of
has to, according to Klpllng, Investing, housing
.without sacrificing their jobs. Tax Editor Milton Christie. and careers after retirement.A the League of Women Voters of i

Union leaders are resorting to Congressional Author of the new Changing special section of the low- When Choosing A Central Brevard. Seems as 1

help because, despite heavy.handed campaigns in Times Library book, You and cost, 08-page retirement guide though these busy gals made a
after the
right
survey general
the 20 right to work states, they have failed to win Your Taxes, Christie slice shows his that of presents living the accommodations result of a survey for Christmas TreeIt election to determine the gripes i
can lax
everytaxpayer
repeal of the individual laws. bur minimum of retirees. It includes addresses, made.
) through a plan
It is obvious that the residents of the states in ning and record keeping and can I costs and attractions of retire is getting time to select a sible and keep it in a cool placeIn They "advertised" the survey

question greatly cherish the free-choice: privilege avoid the last minute rush that ment towns, hotels and apartments Christmas tree. a bucket of water. Saw a section over a radio station and in
In Arizona, California and Jensen assistant forester a newspaper for two days and ff
Tony off base
leads to mistakes and the so the fresh
and do not want to relinquish it. Just as obviousIs overpay: Florida. Florida Extension were pleased that they received '
ment. Agricultural wood can better take up water.
the motivation of union leaders. They want employers For those ,Interested In living Service, says actually Keep the tree In water all 21 complaint calls.
Charts worksheets and checklists
to be required to enroll their employees In ,combined with abroad, Successful Retirement there Is no one best all around through the holidays to keep it Frankly we don't think that'sa
are current summarizes the pros and cons Christmas tree. fresher and safer. Place the very good return and Isn'tmuch ,
with effort the union's I
unions no on part.
text to the reader and
guide as- of living In Mexico, the Caribbean t I In the rural counties of FlorIda tree as far away from artificial to be concerned about. BY'
f It seems to us that if the Congress takes any slat him with his own tax pic- Mediterranean and major many residents still go to heat sources as possible to pre- But the League thought so and

fiction in the matter at all, it should be to strenghenthe ture. Special emphasis Is given European cities. the woods to hunt for a well. vent it from drying out. put out. lengthy statement SAVIN' SAM

rights of states to shield their residents from to changes in the 1964 law, tatangles Not overlooked are practical shaped red cedar, sand pine 1 about the complaints.
of Investments and getting suggestions on how to adjust to :or perhaps a slash or loblolly. Frankly we would questionsome Indian P.lnt of VI.w
union rather than to
involuntary membership remove
the maximum savings from of the complaints be- A woman was concludinga
the Idea of retirement, what will I Most people, however, must Today InHistory I
the last vestige of free choice from all the deductions, gifts and exemp- be needed for income and waysto elect a native grown red ce'dlr cause we feel some are those craftsman bargain with an Indian
famous
cation's workers. Ions. Specific examples are of. I get It, how social security from a plantation or from of people who could have avoided handmade furniture.for The his
fered for the of
tax handling works and how to start a second i among several species of conifers their problems by proper order was for six chairs."I .
medical expenses, Interest payments career. shipped in from other education.But .
Retroactive With GallThe capital gains and losses Both You and Your Taxes and states. "make them for U
t gifts to children, life Insurance, Successful Retirement are made I Jensen lists some characteristics By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS then we think of electionsand each said the Indian. ,

Wednesday housing and extra Incomo. available newsstands to look for In is 13 the people we put In office "That's a good price," F
ruling by the U S. Supreme Court on on and In : selecting a Today Wednesday, Dec ,
The 96-page Changing Times bookstore), Kable News Com tree: the 351st day of 1964. There are 185 days a year and nut Juston agreed the purchaser. "And .
that the new Civil Rights Act requires dismissal book, published Dec. 1, Is fifth pany handles the paperboundmass I (1))) Retention of needles from 15 days left in the year. election day.It you understand that *they
be
of charges made against sit-in demonstrators In a series of money'manage: : market for the Changing the time of cutting through. the Today's highlight in history: is still a privilege to vote are to exact'r alike

before the act was passed is indicative of the broad ment guides now available In Times Library series. C. S. Christmas holidays. I On this date In 1773, a band and to the people who had to "The same design on each

usurptlon of power embodied in the bill. both paper and hard cover edi- Hammond & Company distributes (2)) Full symmetrical shape. I of men disguised as Indians wait in line 1% and 2 hours we one?"

tlons. the hard cover and paperbound ((3) Limb strength adequate to boarded the ship Dartmouth in would remind them of it. Sure "Yes. of course," Insisted '
"dismiss" crime
tends
This decision to some 3,000
Planning Is also necessary for editions for trade, education support ornaments and electric Boston Harbor as others stood we need more voting machinesIn the lady.
inal prosecutions for sit-in demonstrations lUll pending and ghts. the county, and they would
fruitful retirement says Klplln- specialty markets. watch. They seized 342 chests of "Then the price will be $7
In Southern states where laws were flagrantly ger; Senior Editor Clarence M. Earlier titles In the series, ((4)) Sufficient non pr kly tea and tossed them into the have been purchased prior to each" explained the Indian
tlola ted. Wright In Successful Retirement still available, are Before You foliage of health green color. I sea. It was the climax of the the election, If voters would shaking his head. "It's very
published simultaneously with Buy A House, Make Your Paycheck ((5)) Fragrant odor. colonists' fight against taxes le- turn out for all elections and tiresome making six chairs
Civil We are not arguing the constitutionality of the You and Your Taxes on Dec.. \ Pay Your Way and You, ((6)) Springy branches which vied by the British Parliament. not just for a bitter fight be- exactly alike." Harold Q.

Rights Act we do not claim to know the for the Changing Times Library Your Job & Your Future. AU can be tied compactly for ship I On this date tween a liberal and conservative Lee in Your Life

Constitutionality of any of the sections therein series. "It's never too early to have been published by The ment without breaking and I'l'gal4 In 1689, Parliament passedthe running for president.The .
start thinking about those yeal'sarter Kiplinger Washington Editors, their strength when relc-as- English Bill of Rights. "sorry" record Is that only
if the law is deemed retroactive to the point of I will be al polite t. my
put about 40 per cent of the registered
your career, advises Mr. Inc. of Washington, D.C. In 1809, Napoleon Bonapartewas wife If she were t total
ed.In as
abolishing state authority to enforce law and order the United States over 10 divorced from Josephine.In voters take the time to trtngtr., Robert Jones

it is far-reaching in the degree of gall, to say the specIes of conifers are used as 1861, American actress Lil- go to the polls-and the percentage Burd tt.

least. I hrtstmas: trees, Jensen says. I lian Russell was born.In I in November was high
Letters To The Editor er. But who could figure It
Douglas fir, Balsam flrspruce, 1944, Nazi forces opened a I
States it would have become
rights a
appear, Scotch pine and red cedar are! large-scale offensive Into the ahead of time.
,thing of the past through this broad-sweeping, retro- Continuing Drain Ideal Civic Canter the moot common ones--used Ardennes area to start the Bat. ; That's like expecting the 'We 'cat'chy

active, federal legislation to all-powerful federal Editor: Don't expect the man on the tie of the Belgian Bulge.In county commission to build a -

government, with the aid of the Supreme Court, is Editor: I should like to voice an opinion lot setting Christmas trees to 1945: the former premier road where there might be a '
World on the Whispering Hills I 1 know what he Is selling, Jensen of Japan, Prince Konoye, committed subdivision started In a couple
destined to rule and regulate our daily lives as the In the years following sham Country Club problem. I feel ays. Mora often than not he suicide rather than face of years, or having the city run Pack other

great Social Order of the Welfare State expands to bles.War II,Great Europe factories was a stood in that If this club cannot function does not know. It is not easy to trial as a war criminal. water lines where there are

take us all under Its protective wing. Under the ruins; disorder and distrust as an "exclusive" golf I tell one evergreen from anoth- Ten years ago-The Western no homes yet
course with facilities for private er In normal Christmas tree Big Three foreign ministers discussed Each voter must take a little
plan States rights first followed individual were general; there was not
by himself.It .
go responsibility on
sizes
parties that the city should take"' and most trees don't have strengthening antiCommunist
rights, freedoms and liberties and then our all-im enough to eat; governmentswere action. lame tags. A tree with Rcale.like defenses In their Paris is a privilege to vote .
weak and helpless. We, In even if we must wait 2 hours In
portant individual Initiative. ; needles Is usually a cedar conference.
the United Slate in much v
were The Hills Country line.
Whispering
II the needles are in clusters of Fl\e years ago-The Japanese .
better shape. As a conse- Club would make the Ideal Civic 2 or 3 or more, It U probably a Supreme Court ruled that stationing Be glad, at least tIIate JL IL
Reupporlioniiicnl A Must quence, the generous people of Center. Our school childrenare pine Needles attached to t h e American armed forces have the opportunity.

America gave their approval to In dire need! of a public twigs singly mean the tree is In Japan was legal under the Every member

The Florida Legislature will not be a legally the objectives and purposes of meeting place In this area. This probably a pine or a spruce. post war constitution. "I've worked here for eight .
the Marshall Plan. plan Is not as ridiculous as It Actually the kind of tree Is One year ago President years," an employee told the of the family 0
constituted body when it convenes In April unless I The club Is for salo boss "and I've been the
seem. doing
Today Germany, Japan, may unimportant, as long as it Johnson signed legislation pro There Is nortiinf IMtter
ft reapportions itself first. and has boon for some time. The work of three I want a
France, Bclgiun, Holland and es the person who selects Pleas.// viding funds for colleges In men. r.u can teach your children
Faircloth I City of Titusville Is the logical raise! (and mavb yeurttlf) than
Earl of Miami, Democratic attorney- the rest are all basking in a lect your tree as early as pos- their building programs. "
"I can't a raise, the habit of saving m_,.
buyerI give you
general elect, told a Chamber of Commerce luncheon climate of booming success. II I
hope the city councilmanwill the boss answered, "But
Is
A do this
Monday that in light of the U. S. Supreme Court's Our own financial situation take the action that will I BUT, ON SECOND: THOUGHT. .* you'll teU me who the other t* spin food a way savings to account

landmark decision both houses of the Legislatures Is not &;\XId. We have \been overspending benefit our children. We must two men are I'll fire 'em." III First Federal of Titusville
to a serious extent.As that Is ....- for each and member
not forget our youth our every
must be apportioned -"
by population. "WE'LL
a result, the Interest on our most important asset.I BuayCAPITALISM Newton Funkhouser of 1U .. your family even fer
Florida's 1963 apportionment law, which governs national debt is 10 billion dollars am not connected to any political } Beverly Street sends these the baby.and for each of the

the current legislative make-up, was declared a year. This breaks down to party and I am acting thoughts about the weather tiny eels.we

unconstitutional by the high court. An amendment an annual payment of 200 dollars only as a private citizen. along: will five you a pass
per average family ''' com- eok fer each member of
Mrs. Frank 1\ hilt sometimes
Catipano we
which would have written this law into the state We have spent so much in 1410 Oak Terrace I the family. All that It takes

Constitution was defeated in the November election. aid and other expends overseas TitusvUle Fla. I. a depedt .. SI for each \}
one. And each account earns
Faircloth told the C of C members, "Whetherwe that we are more than 24 TOO MANY TESTSIN dividends, new 4V4%. compcumtod -

like it or not, whether It is right or wrong, whether billion dollars In the red on PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS twice a year (No
short-term credit redeemable FIRST LOW oar'i wait for this full
we believe it to be legal or illegal, the U. S. In gold. TV NEW MINISTER LOUISVILLE (AP) Three ra...)

Supreme Court has ruled and that Is the law. In ZelP'tb'ugue.lavla., Catholic educators of the Louisville deele .
a large Pretty seen yew tan
OWLNGSVILLE, Ky. (AP) Archotliocese: believe parochial -
He warned that plastics plant comoetitlon within the
unless the Legislature complied was completed In
The Rev. Robert I. Collies wont students are put through amity, to ... who can fet
late
1WJ. The funds
With the court's decision, it would open an avenueof fur itscunstructkmt forget bis first day as MW too many tests of various kinds the bie..t balance' In theM
challenge in the courts of act which it 2) million dollars, minister of the Owlngsvllle at school.: >* booh. This ....... of .,
any passes were supplied by the U.) S, Development I Christian Church. "W a give so many tests that thrift will be of IHei.nevalue
in the coming 1963 session. Loan Fund. The to every *ne of you.
Thirty minutes after reporting children don't fear them at all,
The attorney general-elect listed the following plant was opened with a ceremony he was moving his baggageinto I&Idbe Rev. Thomas Casper

Courses of action for the lawmakers: 1. Meet without attended by Tito and the parsonage but forgot "Ami sometime thy don't

2. Ask the Khrushchev Both of them acclaimed to duck while going through a study hard lor exams when
freapportioning, governor to call a special It First Federal
as a great accomp I low donrway teachers wish they would." add-I
session, 3. Call themselves into special session, or 4. lishment of aco'lalll>m." ThIS The blow knocked him out ed ae assistant secretary of the'

Wait for a U. S. District Court to prescribe a reap- plant is now completely owned and required nine stitches to Catholic School Board. I SAVINGS5SSOCIAT:I ON "
portionment plan. by Tito It Increases the duel his wound. Agreeing wtth that comment
. economic strength, of the communist the Rev. J. J. Butler questioned OF TITUSVILLE
We hope and trust our State House and Senate I
bloc and makes the people whether It Is good or bad that 0.0ffIc..

leaders, fully realizing the import of failure to re- of Yugoslavia! think that The Titusville Star- students take tests "without any Wa.,..*... Al MainInJian .

apportion and the many pitfalls it presents, will take communism Is a success. I its MCTALi5T11Dg.i. worry at all" Ht It aa English

proper steps to comply with the court's ruling and As you can see, our foreign Advocate 1st in circulation teacher at Trinity High School. River! Branch .
aid is now used to prove that )In. UOUn Mann, coOVgesujwrvtorc India II.l .r Plat
form a legally constituted body to perform the many communism the philosophy in North of elementary educaUoa Dial AM 7-IT11

'legislative tasks which affect every citizen in our of the future >lo"uitts CO eSUMEit yI at Catherine Spalding College 9 .. 1 D.llp-AIM M ftUtv

state this be classified ti \CAIpIT said Tests km* their le.1 Mil PARKINSPe
great can only as a must Clark C 1l"t1ctnd: I ii Brevard I aificaace through ove.r..... I


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I 'War On Poverty'New Welcome Wagon CI Bridge Group Meets I New Arrivals Library Sels 4f"

via the StorkA
.
Mr. and Mrs Morris Lee aId green tablecloth and decorated
were the high\ score bridge winners with a large bow of
o. Al Library"War last Friday evening at the gold and green Christmas ornaments daughter, born Doc 10, to Overdue Rare

Welcome ttagons Couples Mr. and Mrs Joel H. Kirkland
On Poverty' by Senator Bridge held at the Woman's The dues for overdue books
Those attendingtere Mr. and 2912 Ivy St, Titusvllle, weighing
Hubert H Humphrey Is Club Building. Mr. and Mrs. I will be five cents (.05)) per day
among the new books just received Bollenger were second high Mrs William Crow Mr and 7 Ibs, 5'4'\ oz. at the Titusville Public Library

at the Titusville Public winners, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Mrs. Huig De Deugd, Mr and A son, Gary Glenn born beginning Jan. 4, 1965
Library K. McDonald were winners of Mrs D. E Barnhart Mr and Anyone having overdue books
Pro 10, to Mr and Mrs R.
Other books received J this i the consolation priie Mrs. L. \IcOunad.! : Mr. and will not he fined any dues U
week include: Mrs. William Bollrngcr Mr. Riihiidsoit. 149 !Nichols! IUI. TI. the books are returned to the
The hostesses. Mrs. William and Mrs !Morris Lee. Mr. and tus'lIIel'lghing 6 lbt, ll'j\ library anytime during the per.
.. Adult Prow and Mrs. Huig DeDeugd, Mrs D B Babcock. Mr. and oz hid Dec 21, 1964 through Jan

"Thinking Mh A Pencil' by served the six tables of guests Mrs. D. C. Schilling. Mr. and 2. 1965, according to Mrs Jean
coffee and Christmas cookies, Mrs. Bud haul Mr and Mrs Swldnlnskl, librarian
Henning Nelms; "The Offensive the month of January will l he
shaped as Christmas bells, Steve I'urtl'r.Ir! and !Mrs
tr Traveler by V. S. Prttthctt Mr and Mrs Morris Ie (.W-
trees and other holiday s 'robots Tom Galvtn and Mr and Mrs.
> Prevent that hule.wheat flour
"Summer Star" by Jane Ron 2399)) and Mr and !Mrs n URabcixk .
siter "Taxation by J Woodrow The refreshment table Joe Mathcnry 676903)). from becoming rancid by storing
was covered with a lovely emer The hosts and hostesses for 1In\ a cool dark place I
Sayre and Edith Stull: "The _..
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/ Chrysanthemum Book" by Roderick .
W. Cumming; Early Life
si\/ on the Indian River" by Anna
Pearl Leonard Newman; "Basic
\ Boating, Piloting and Seamanship .
by Howard L. Andrews. I
"Charles Chaplin my autobiography
Chaplin; "The "VII- ANOTHER TIMELY SERVICE of
rA lotion of Biology by M. J.
Sirks: "Never Turn Your Back

.. I by Margaret Scherf; "The Two
Nuns" by Anne llure: "A Sling)
LAS ESQUISTAS DEBUTANTES Marshall, Wanda Griffin, Jackie lof Sixpense' by A. J Cnmin;
(left to right) Janice Fisher Evelyn Rogers, Sandra Young "Snow in the River" by Cared CITIZENS BANK
Rodwell, LaVada McCullough, Beverly Brink; Home is the Hunter" by
Helen Maclnnos.


Debutantes Will II Juvenile :l'v'I
Eight Be "Jane Hope" by Elizabeth
'Janet Gray, "Mystery of the
Hidden Book" by Helen ['ullerOrton
Pirns: adventures of a
dala hone by Skulda V Ban.
Presented CotillionLas
At er; "Is Anybody Hungry/ by
Dorothy Aldis; Papa Small" by
Lois Lenskl; 'Parts in the Rain
Esquisltas, a club dedicated er of Mr. and Mrs. J McCul Mr. and Mrs Roy Allen 828 with Jean and Jacqueline" by.
to the promotion of the I lough, Mims; Patricia Ann Deleon Ave.. Tit i u IV i III l l e; Thea Bergere: "A Trip on a
social, civic and religious welfare Elizabeth Watts, daughter of Beverly Jean Marshall, daughter Bus" by Carla Greene:
of the Brevard community Mr. and Mrs. Leon Watts, tlO of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
is presenting a countywide Dummitt Ave., Titusville; Marshall, Minis; Sandra "Jonathan Visits the White t
Deubtante Cotillion to be held I Evelyn Rodwell, daughter of Young, daughter of Mrs. Viola House" by Peter BenchleyRobert :
at the Ramada Inn Cocoa Mr. and Mrs W. P. Rodwell, Neal Mims Wanda Gail Louis Stevenson: stop
Beach, Dec. 17, from 9 to Mims. Janice Lorraine Fisher, Griffin, daughter of Rev and yteller and ad vent ul't'r" by
12 p.m. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. T R Griffin, 1127 First Katharine Wilkie; "No, No, Ro- ,_ T
The eight debutantes participating Freddie Usher. 910 Olive I Ave.. Tit us ville. slna" by I'atrlcla Miles Martin eI e
in the Cotillion are Ave, Titusville, Jacqueline "The First Book of Commercial 1 / ri il
LaVada McCullough, daught Yvonne Rogers, daughter of debutantes participatingare Fishing' by C. W Harrison! ; I
Catherine Spells, Brenda Shoes for Punch" by Jocelyn
I Makes Fabulous Desserts Boule Patricia Roache, Debra Arundel, 'III Show You Cats" rc ,
Mix tdH
New .
Juanita
Dyer Spells, Lorraine by Crosby Ronsall: "South Afrl .6
7" 4 Murray and Jean Knight. ca" Life World Library I
Miss Flame Young! Is president Madeline and the Gyp iel" by vr"l H'I (l
of the organization Ludwig Bemclinans I y+ ,

Mrs Dorothy II. Wise enter
tamed the Debs -- --
with a Poetry -------
r Soiree on Wednesday\ RIght
Watches
from 130 to' Many renown Vantage
proms 1 \ were read and discussed from $11.95

Souvenir commemorating the Bee Jewelers HURRY- A
occasion were Jay
given with the
kili I compliments of Indian River Ploio
and Mctroiyg UelkUR
.
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In Time Christmas Gh'irtgBANKGAMMON
l.'T:''f qJ Ii.:.6'Af""AII'II .UL'fllJJ-rwr,11":; : rT..r AIIfo for



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a ._ = Loaded like a

H r'i a new deluxe d M.rt mil you can count on to create a
wide variety of lumonmi deuerta that tails as Good a they Iw k. Christmas Tree
Just add cold milk and water to the mix then whip and chill for and! adults too on
)
You can make creamy! pies, layered parfaits, elegant mold and An exciting new game every youngrter ( .your
many fnuen delicacira with ito deswrt miL Try it during\ the with more features than Pushbutton. list. Offered to our friends od ouiouicrs U wholesale cost '1.00.
holidays to bujhUiW family or party menus most office machine-it coinage.e
.
Molded Eggnog H hip Come in and get your today.

2 package vanilla whipped tI cup cold water Now "balanced sleek iction |lvoi
desert mill teaspoon ground extract nutmeg sped comfort, and ".Mies mochino' .hew .
1 rum
1 cup cold milk tranpoon "
deep, narrow howl, thoroughly blend dcmert mix and touch Amazing now "'Iyl... MirTM rSboepeailioit
lIIiwi2p at high apeed of electric I mixer 1 mintit i mixture i gin*" tot thomulvot ever your work Istrltl.C All proceeds from the gale! of BANKGAMON at Clllioni Bank! art k.tngdon.ltd
will be very thick. Blend in water Whip at medium peed about of the touch of button)
2 minute, Fold in nutmeg and rum extract Spoon into a wit; la the NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE MARCH OF DIMES.
quart mold Chill 3 bourn or more, t'nmnld' Servo plain, or
a custard or fruit sauce, i if deaired. Makes 8 to 8 servings -haymow.4l0ne


Reserves Advised .pains..- pi Magmi"01wteal


h, a _

t ..,:'::; s. .Inbndull Now As Always RAVINGS
I To "Sit Tight" Now nI .stop ho.toe EARN
hearing You Are Money-Ahead
lehwed uarpe nd
I
By FRED S. HOFFMAN Guard only on a voluntary basis wire action speed.tar relents.b/tae When You Save 410 ANNUAL
I ThoM w ho do not want to go INTEREST
WASHINGTON (AP) The Into the Guard will remainmembers -Touchngubt .
Army Is advising reservists to of the Army Reserve At CITIZENS! COMPOUNDED
and wait for the switchto I QUARTERLY
sit tight I in a manpower pool not subject
the National Guard. to regular drills but Halite
"Army reservists have n tn. I fur possible summer training. I :1290Ma
I log to do in preparation for the I trt.e n.n rcr, Nothing to sign( no promises to make!
move except to continue tot Q What choices now are opento

f i t serve in their Jobs and capacity ( draft age youths who talebeen Or par 'lo.$1.11 dean, S7.51 a mMrhl Make Deposits and withdrawals at your nvt..r
until the conversion is com able to enlist In the six

pleted," It said I month Reserve program go on see t.cIl, lululiwel Nthiarl
active duty for that period and
Defense officials said Tuesday serve out the rest of their six
the National Guard will be expanded : year Reserve obligation with "cor"c
to a JMOOO-man force either Guard or Reserve units o 0
wholly on a volunteer basis and I fJ 11) I. ROIINSON IT, ORLANDO
that a Reserve unit could make A. l'nder the proponed a Chine THutvMlo W4MOpoit
the change to the Guard If M change an individual has the HI f P M. 'HI CnrlifmailI
per cent to 70 per cent of Its |opportunity to enlist for Reserveunit

members agreed I Guard service only In the National 'i Y'Y' ""' .... *"" N. tI&UM .,.............. .. -
In response to a serves of .
I --- ---
questions, the Army among other
I things confirmed reports that I I Ii
J the conversion is due to be completed I
1 by March 31 1964 It will i I THIS IS THE SEASON.
. begin next July I .
' These were some other quea- .
'
..
bona the Army answeredQ 'j| TAXES .. .. 4<
what happens!) men who 'I : # -
LICRa'$ S
nave amassed retirement r ;

point*' c, CHRISTMAS
A Individuate who! r t transferred -
to the act
, points may for retirement continue I': although amass I g TO SIR P II IIAND i CITIZENS BANKOver

I at a somewhat slower rate. U b JACK MURPHY ;
f. the Individual Is trar.-'erred to
the inactive standby Reserve j 31 Years SoUla? Budget problems IIi 30 Year of C immunity Ser\ I' ('
lie wB not accrue: further retirement
points although he ; LOANS TO $600 j\ TitusvilUi Oldest ft largest/

does not low those which haw I RIVERSIDE AT BROAD, On The Riverfront
.
Q.7p | ATLANTIC LOAN CO.
to the college .1'L MIMIIIi FIOIftAL DlfOIIT INIURANCI CORPORATIONW"ntad.y
ROTC wiO aD "I
I program. OF TITUSV1LLEl ,..J. ... .
I graduates go into the GaanP \
A. Nothing happens to the coo | INDIAN CIVIC PLAU-.C.-W-C721
Jeg ROTC program as a mult

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Christian Circle Plans Church PartyThe 'round

town II Ii
Christmas party of the ,
IFstA Ne+oe And Notas
Willing Workers Circle of the /

of Nort/s ttravnrdr TltusvUle Christian Church was with baruara car! i
/ Phone 267-3994
held last Tuesday at the home .

of Mn Stella Crow. Two charming young ladies with the children very Intrigued Talmadge, Debbie Gould. Ed.,, "
Blllye Joyce opened the meetIng 'round town were hostesses for by a delicate fern arrangementin Miller, Amy and Jane )
with a prayer, followed by a tall antique fern stand, Margaret Bennett, Kitty Bun;
a Christmas Tea Sunday afternoon twinUelites Lisa Johnson Marie'alk
sparkling with pastel 1
) Presbyterian ChoirsTo WO Garden CircleMrs a Christmas story read by at the home of their par. In the dining room an Joy Farrabee, Laura Broom 1
Blossom Garden Inez Branham Christmas car ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Rlgell antique tiffney tulip shaped Kathy Goshorn Tracy, Rebi*
I Orange Present PageantA Vassar B. Carlton will ols were sung and the meetingwas on Bell Terrace. Amy Jayne light fixture was gaily decorated ca and Greta Horton, Jeannett
closed with the reading of and Grusenme
with Christmas balls and Smith Mary !'
Chrtotmas pageant will be present a program entitled "A and Mona RlgeU greeted their ,
Helen
a by Penley.
prayer ribbon with beauUful -
velvet a
I Circle Holds Yule PartyThe presented at the First Presbyterian Rosey Future" to the WhIsper. 21 young guests .looking lovely green Advent Wreath centeringthe Ann (Mrs. 'Jack) Sherrtl) 1\".
Church tomorrow evening Ing Oaks Garden Circle Tuesday Gifts were exchanged and re and quite grown up in hostess. pleasantly surprised recent, ,
:
at 7 30 in the sane freshments were served. of black velvet bodice table.
members and guests of Mn A. J. UcDougaH last : p.m. Dec. 22 at I:30 a.m. at the gowns door and Mona looked very when an ordinary Bridge iC'
and white skirts\ A Amy
long
the Orange Blossom Circle's: annual Thursday evening Lumlnaro tuary. home of Mrs Fred W Gri/fls, Those persons attending were wreath the cheerful elegant serving tea, pastel stack stun with many of her friends
Christmas party were I are outside candle used 11I1 The church choirs will lint 1041 RoMlla Lane Love Lucas, Louise Stockton, playing made the sandwiches and petit fors froman turned out to be a stork shower
Bells"
greeted by "luminaros" lining Mexico to greet the Christ and the youth will portray the Haggle SUltner, Inez Branham, "Jingle festive. greeting exquisite Queen Ann tea table held In her honor Jerry (tMr.
the front walk of the home 01 OuM. characters of the from first the Chrlit-Bible\ Mrs. Charles Massey will Linda Carllle Ruble Lowry,! One very gentleman guest, Following refreshments the Marshall) Kitchen of 100 Diane
Selections young
Mrs David Ellis chairman mu. Blllye Joyce Fine, Evelyn Me- Dr. was hostess for the occasi,
will be narrated serve as co-hosless, and all Felton Carter, presented each youngsters enjoyed a Christmas nand
at the and i I Glove Betty Wattwood Benltta served chocolate
meeting
presided French
of "The Littlest Angel"by
I reminded to petite hostess with a lovely I reading
Miss Burns asked lor departmental reports. Refreshments and fellowshipwill I I members are Brown, Helen Penley, Glenda carnation centered with Karen Evans coffee cake and coffee to i hI'
I Mrs Earl Spencer stated that follow the pageant bring a Christmas plant wrap- I Hall Donna Krug Stella Crow a pink rosebud corsage, which was pinned Other children attending were numerous guests
AnnouncesEngagement approximately ftt had been All families and friends are I:pod> and labeled and Helen Gendall at their waist enhancing Margaret and Caroline N e a I, Included among those attend.
made from the balloon sale at I I Invited to attend. --------- the beauty of the little girls Susan Evans, Pattie Clark, Cyn ing were Mrs. James Brow,,i
the Christmas parade. Mrs I Decorations for the gala affair 1 thia and Sandra Lookabaugh, Mrs. Ben Conway, Mrs Ir< d
Jack Dickinson city public I were In a Christmas motif Ilene Keegan, Mary Kathryn Layman, Mrs. Lawrence Mason
I planting chairman, announced Mrs. Allen Mattls, MrsJohn ,
that the planting for the circle ""f Moquin, Mrs Sylvester
reject, the corner beside the I Rose, Mrs Theodore Sauerbecu,
Masonic Lodge was almost Mrs. T 0 Smith and Mrs
:
completed: last Sunday, I James Ve"era. All of the guests
:
Plants donated by members ,;: together gave Ann a beautirul

were podacarpus and Brazillian .l \, baby bed, complete and already !'!
Pepper trees, Llgustrum for the t. ... I for the new addition to
hedge will be purchased from the Sherrill family,
circle funds. I

Mrs Orel Orvis was appoint. The Boeing Wives Club will, I I
ed chairman of the annual Arbor meet Thursday morning for a
Day Observance to be held tf Christmas Coffee at the home
Jan. 1) The circle will hold a of club president, Millie Sweetin
rnpvvg tree planting ceremony, and Imperial EstatesCHRISTMAS.
children of members and friends
r are Invited t

,C A Chinese auction, the pro- I .u j COR
kw A1Mq gram for the evening was fol SAGES, TABLEARRANGEMENTS
lowed by a gift exchange, Mrs
-' Jerry Herrin was the winner of &
-
L the mystery Item Each guest I
received favors of mistletoe and LI1 PLANTS FOR HOME

Christmas matches .
AND PARTIES.
PETITE HOSTESSES -
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Mrs McDougall, Mrs Ellis, Amy Jayne (seated) and I
(
Cindy Lw 'V'III and Mn. Granvllle Goad, hoteises *- ,
Mona Rigell pouring tea
for the evening, served "ttf'
for their Christmas Tea '
Mr. and Mrs. R Dean Bums, Christmas snowballs containing 'For Better .
III Coventry Road, FalrlessHUJi lowing candles, date ban, rum !L.1b.,. Party Sunday afternoon. g u U_
Tenn, tilt tngigement ,balls, and assorted cookies. The -Carlson Photo.Cultured Hair Core
of their daughter, table wu set In a festive holt' SANTA VISITS Florida Greeters themselves with Santa and the Dives. Raymond'sBEAUTY
Cindy Lou, to A/ZC William P day spirit with white cloth Newcomers Club brought Santa and Pictured above are, left to right, jZtckoft'GREENHOUSE
I'henicie, son of Mr. and Mrs and a floral arrangement of all\<. his elves to visit elderly residents of Miss Delia Rodriguez, who accompanied PearlsFOR LOUNGE FLORr&
Robert H. Gilbert 3225 Deau vered polnsettlis with red candies
the County Home last Sunday eve the group on the organ as they THI LADY h R. PLASA2U
ville SLMiss graduated from OB the side ning. Residents were presented with sang carols; "Uncle Bill", a resident Jay Bee Jewelers flbf Ph.n. AM mn
Burns School In gift-packs of cigarettes for men, corsages Santa (Jim Hindman) ; Lee Day, iW N. Dill.i Hwy (U. I. 1))
Pennsbury Pennsylvania,High and U presently for women, fruit, Christmas home supt.; Mrs. Glass, a resident, Indian BNB River M.mb Pin..r I INDIAN RIVER! CITY
employed by the First Trenton Miss Miley candy and cookies, plus a picture of and two elves, Kim and Toni Steele.
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1963, and Is presently serving Shower Shirley Pltirlck: was awardedthe board meeting sill be held tomorrow
In the U. S. Air Force at McGuire
AFB In New Jersey Championship Flight trophy evening at 8 p.m. In i FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE

An August wedding I li plan. Miss ,Therecla Thermo Miley, for all Fall Handicap Tournan- the school cafeteria. All board y
of Mr and Mrs Harry meet at the annual Christmas members are urged to attend E fc 3
lied daughter C. Miley wu honored last party of the Whispering Hills If WE WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20 FROM 1:00 P. M. TO i

Winslow Bridge given Saturday by with Mrs a W kitchen, G Birdsong shower last Women Saturday Golf at Association the WhisperingHills held. the first Flight winner was Lou i 6:00 P.M. FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE! "i

Club Meets FridayThe and Mist Gay Birdsong. Country Club. Jackie Keller Carouthers, with Gloria Ben 1 i
The several was the runner up. ford as the I
guests played runner.up.FLOWERS I
Winslow Bridge Club met bridal games: kitchen word Golf was played with prizes DOOR BUSTER FOR MEN! 'II'I''I'I'
last at the home I CHRISTMAS III i
Friday evening scrabble: bridal horoscope, andhonemoon going to Fliss Bell for low net SPECIAL FOR
j'or Mrs Henry Goethe on Indian word game Mrs S. wlthM.1J.40, and Jackie Keller, ., FRAN r 'I\

t Christmas River Avenue party.for their annual Y, Stevens and Mrs.won Virgil a kitchen Conkling calendar for low putts, with 17 "N.tIce.bty Suptrlor" i i "Y MAN'S SUIT FORMAL DRESSES t'i\1' i

f. Christmas decorations were won a nut meat chopper The seventeen members and for E SHIRT I ,
TIE :
:displayed throughout the Goethe The appointed table was cow guests enjoyed a delicious ChrUtmai Parties
borne and the guests were treated ered with a yellow linen cloth luncheon after which Christmas Horn and OfficeDecorations. : VALUES \\1 :
to nuts and saltles with I with an old antique hand.hammered glfU were exchanged and ii v SOX S BRIEFSUNDERSHIRT TO 24,9' . ., .. SALE $900 Aw
Christmas punch, served during brass coffee service, trophys awarded for the Fall "M.mh.M "..1.". T.I ...Ih..; I. ""I
bridge, while on the buffet there was Handicap Tournament Besides 111. G.rd." St. 217.2133KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK'r
Mrs Arle Brockett, with high: one large brass candlestick decorated Mrs. ntzrlck and Mrs. Keller IE.w i
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bridge: score, won a lovely cr>.' with white mums On the M 'r
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lab sandwich\ plate. Mrs. C F. table was a fruit tray, filled with j At. : C i
Flake won a crystal fruit bowl, and ALL FOR SETS
glared grapes grapefruit $2500 PEIGNOIR
'and Mrs Carl Threlkeld won pineapple wedges, lemon and I" Ii ONLY 2
,pray cologne. raspberry tortes, and hot doughnut I r r 1 by Movie 51.r .
Gifts were exchanged by; centers CHAMBERS I II I : You Save $10.00 SPECIAL SALE FOR "HER" :

members, and date nut crunch! The guests attending were I : BLUE YELLOW :
,pie ala mode and coffee were Miss Tla Miley sister of bride; a SAME AS ABOVE PLUS ONE PAIR RID PINK $$4199 To SS199$ i:444
aerved.I Miss Edith Crannell. Mrs. Fred
I Those members attending. Bell, Mrs. Phillip Crannell. Mrslrrtl MEN'S SHOES :

Lwert Mrs. Joe Edwards, Mno \ B. Conkllng, Mrs Joseph JEWELERS I IIt' All For Only . $3175 ,
Champ Fresh, Mrs, Frank Richard, Mrs Carl F Threl I i ? =_ ..
Schuster Mrs. Homer Conk, keld, Mrs C. P Durban. Mn ( '
ling. Miss Evelyn Bell, Mrs. Gene B. Thurston, Mrs. Charles "Jewelry el the HsI1er KInd" : -- II JANI COLBY 1'1 II :,
Alphon Threlkeld Mrs. Robert: A. Heller, Mrs. Jack V. Miller' i ill'
Hudson, Mrs Selby Bailey,' Mn Bill Wallace, Mrs. Don : WONDERFUL GIFTS FOR "HIM" KNIT SLACKS $5.99 I' !
Mrs. John Olewskl. Mrs. Thre.. Robinson, Mrs. S. Y. Stevens, I Iii . . .
,?keld, Mrs. Bnxkett, and guest: and Mn Harry Miley, mother 4l I LOUNGING ROBES KNIT $2.99 III
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Indian River Plaza Rt, 50 I, B. C,

USE YOUR aNa WE GIVE

Ann Brown .- Tn-City Garden CHARGE CARDI I SALE PRICES GOOD THRU DECEMBER 20th I TV STAMPS
r Club Meets At II
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n.

Ie Takes First .'.,.i; f.i. 1'"1 / Frisbee HomeThe x
# Trl-Clty Garden dub
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r :.. :.. ''! held its December meeting at
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In Talent :' ": \ ;1 ; 't the home of Mrs. D. II. Frisbee Y
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and the 18 members and
.\' Barbara Carbon guests, Mrs Rachel Wellman,
By I "IJ .. ..." ; Mrs Frisbee's mother, and II GIFT and
Is Ann Brown, talented dancer .. ... \\ ; Mrs. Lee Whidden, realized that I
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'r at Parkway Junior High SchOOl'1 f" : ,', ;: the Yule tide Season was at THRIFT

e copped the first prize ( ) '.i \ ) hand The with highlight its true of the meaning.meetingwas IDEAS

n school's annual talent contest ; ; the program "Christmas M AT OUR DRUG STORE "
h ,Friday night with her own mod I ; ;,> '- Customs,"' showing that It Is

e ern Jazz rendition of 'On 4, not only a Holiday but a Holy
I. Broadway". Second prize was I It. Day commenoratlng an event ;{
awarded to Stanton Candy pianist r that took place 2000 years ago
t. has its obit \ n I
j with third prize going to I Every of folk Country lore legends, rituals CHRISTMAS FILM PROCESSING SPECIAL KODAK BROWNIE i

another talented pianist, Ken carols, Saint Nlcxolas, as well TREE STAND
Blankenship. as customs handed down pay only for what you receive no glmmlcki Mcouponi FIESTA CAMERA

r Four "honorable mentions" through the centuries.A ,, prior apply to roprlntt ot well ot now rolll p KIT

I were Pat Harrison awarded and by Sandra the judges Swank;, %'iit1l at the report Rehabilitation on the beautification Center, : "j:: :, Reg. 29c KODACOLOR PRINTS 19c yssSgsy te<* \ **:

was made by Mrs. W. W
Beach
I accordlan duet; Unda of Horticul It... 1.15 I MMKODACHROME *
James, chairman
I and Maureen Hamilton, original I o MeteiltandholdlaaN camora with'
comedy Jazz dance; Lucy Ann ture. up to 7 ft till MOVIE $1.39 .'. flash.bltt..ts.. ,.
dance; and; A table was laden with gifts Bowl tt..5hbulbl"d film.
Smith, original Jazz o for water
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for and from each Secret Pal "
Kenneth Other outstanding Womack, magician.acts Included TOP PJH TALENT Top prizes for the annual and new Pals were chosen.A o. Rodliroon namN enlab QQ4 KODACHROME 20 Exp . $1.39 IReg,9.fls _. . sTSSI
Parkway Jr. High School talent contest Friday were box of gifts for patients at ,
Bobble Gail Day, sing. awarded to from left, Stanton Gandy, second; Ann the State Mental Hospitals Is a
Davis,
,
lng "Loverly""Summertime"; Lloyd Barbara Brown, first and Ken Blankenship, third. project I In which the club is par. 5 FULL SIZE STAINLESS

"singing Sandusky, singing "I; Can't 'Acacia ject Llclpatlng Cheer", sponsored Brevard by County"Pro Old Spice ALUMINUM XMAS TREE PAPER MATE
Say No" and a uke quartet con Garden Circle Has Mental Health Association.
'. Ron. AFTER SHAVE
listing of Lynn Cameron Refreshments were served by "LADYI


.J nle Elaine Richards Robinson., Sharyn Keller and .Auction-- -. .At.. Christmas-. .. .-. .-- .Meet. theh te&SMrs. Frisbee. I I I" LOTION Hind with: $9.95 CAPRI"
: Also performing In the contest
were Phillip Morton piano solo A "spirited" auction was held lected for the circle. I DAR Holds Annual I PEN in

Marjorie Israel vocalist: ; Jim. at the Acacia Garden Circle's Mrs. William H. Clark chair Christmas Luncheon I ..... Colon r
my Dunn and Jack Whipple, Christmas: meeting last thurs- man, presided over the business 77c FAVORITE XMAS SELECTIONS
J, electric guitars; Ingrid Douglas day at the home of Mrs. John meeting, at which Mrs. At Taylor HomeThe !
and Brenda Douglas, original Moore William Benner, city public i RPM $2.95I.' / .
;. skit Becky Goldsbury, Mrs. William Kennedy servedas planning chairman, announcedthat annual Christmas covered 45 PHONO RECORDS 39c
comedy ; the auctioneer which saw the club's project for dish luncheon of Indian River Limit 1
. soloist; Jimmy Teele, Hawaiian 33-1/3 RPM Phono Records-from 99c
Oleta Holloway, vocal- homemade baked goods, table beautifying Pirtle Plaza is under Chapter, Daughters of The
guitar; oil and plans are being American Revolution was held
'. 1st Ronald Conrath, clarinet; cloths, place mats an painting way
; and various other articles formulated to submit to the last Saturday, at the home of

, i, .:Lesley Dupuy. violin Kines;, Ronnie pianist;Sikes Laura, gultar sell. Approximately $50 was col- merchants. Mrs.Groves.Allen Mrs.Taylor W. Frank, of Log Darden Cabin, IFOR THE LADY OF THE HOUSE SAVE ON ELECTRIC SHAVERS I
Club members voted to purchase
> and vocalist; Jacquelyn Cau-
Mrs Beatrice Gould, and Mrs. _
erlonat club pins for the chairman
i die, pianist; Dale Hart, baton; p
'Deborah Malloty, baton; San- and past chairman. Mrs. Fred S. Salter were co-hostess a.,. 14." Rival AutomotUAN If.tf Plotting' Hood
dra McCann and Robin Lanier, Clark, asked for volunteers to SHSMon's
es.The
Martz
and Mrs. Robert
Mr. work on the president's confer. members were greeted ( OPENER SHAVER $S21.95S
acrobatic dance. 600 Highland Terrace, are leasing ence to be held in Titusville in I by Christmas Carols as they arrived . . . .

Jimmie The Judges Allen,, both Robert popular E. Lee.disc Thursday for to Waynesboro attend the, marriage Penn., May.A for the luncheon and exchange S IUS MatU Mold Electric Rte It.ts N.,.,..
of gifts. After the

.I'WRMF Jockeys, and over Barbara radio Carlson station, will of return their on son Dec.Steven.23. They given their small to work Mrs.gift Kenneth in of the appreciationfor club Martin was luncheon was held a short at which business Mrs.session S. CAN OPENER . . $$11.95Mon'i -TOP SHAVER. $$14.95

of the Miniature First
chairman who Is to Havertown, A. Kittles III, Regent, presided. 10,. 14.U Sunboom
Nlghters Theatre, used a point Connie Cowart, daughter of moving Mon'. .... 29.91 Ichlcll
f J system to grade the performers Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Cow I Pa., and Mrs. Lewis E Nail, of Mrs. George L'nwin, chairman STEAM DRY IRON. $9.95
American Indians, reminded or
also to Huntsville Ala., .
moving SUPER
working with a possible 10 point art 88 Falrglen Drive, will re In the near future. the members to turn In clothing SPEED SHAVER $$21.95
Each contestant could the
average. turn home Friday for so that the box for the i.e. IUS
Mrs. Moore, assisted by the
;. receive a possible five pointsfor Christmas Holidays. She is Mon'i Rot. J/.fl ShivorRot.
children could be
"showmanship""talent," two and three points points for attending In Washington Georgetown, D. C.University co-hostess right, served, Mrs home William. made fruit Cut- The next meeting shipped will be early.heldat PROCTOR TOASTER. . $ 9.95 SCHICK CORDLESS $31.95
the home of Mrs, E. H. Ash-
: for "suitability of material". cake, cookies, mints nuts, and .
raspberry punch from a beautifully craft, with Mrs. Howard Park. IMS Coffoomotlc 4 lo 10 cup
: This annual event Is sponsor. Diane Willis, daughter of appointed table covered er, Mrs. D W Sisson and Mrs. M KM Shaun

i. ed proceeds by the going school to faculty the Teacher with Mr.Hamlin and Circle Mrs., will Edwin return Willis from, with a floor length white net James Collins. will assist a* coloMesses. i PERCOLATOR . . $$14.95 RO SON 400 $$19.95FOR
cloth white satin A Christ.
over
II Welfare Fund, which is used Queens College In Charlotte, . . _
mas kissing ring was fastenedto
: to convention send delegates each year.to the staLe N. C., for the Christmas holi the center of< the gracefully Stricklands Host II THE MEN OF THE HOUSE I idlo*' .... 2f.M ...,.... Cordlott .
days. draped cloth and on the table
M.K Employees LADY REMINGTON
as. five tiered silver un.dlelabra $19.88
Mrs. Gus Faulk'sdaughter .
JPM Hospital Mr. and, Lynn, will be home with white tapers, entwined Mr. and Mn. Ralph Strick .... 29.95 It.,,_ ....-

;; Activity from Queens College, Charlotte poms. with holly and red pom land 171} Whispering Hills I Shine MitnotU lloctrl Lodloi' ..... If lLADYNORELCO I

N. C., Dec. 18 for the hollda;J. load, were hosts at a Christmas
I Admissions and discharges at Members attending were Mr Party Saturday night at . $$14.95WOOD
Clark, Mrs Kenneth McLean, SHOE
: Jess Parrkh Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Schenck'sson. their home honoring fellow Mor- QlISHER
Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Paul Eates-
.. week Dec. 9, include and
of
for the rl.'JOll.Knudsen
Bill who Is presently at- da, Mrs. Tom Grusenmey- employees I Lodloi* Rot. IMSLADYSCHICK
the following: In Baltimore their wives.
Johns Hopkln
ending er Mrs. John Hock, Mrs.
: Diana Yeargain, Annetta Md., will be home on Vernon Jansen, Mrs. James A delicious buffet wu served CHEST $$14.95
.. Daughtry, Barbara Kirkland, Dec. 20 for the Christmas holi Jicha, Mrs Kennedy, Mrs. after which dancing and _
Robert M. Candee Annette Mar. days. Bill associated with the Moore Mrs Benner. Mrs. EmU group singing was enjoyed.The .
slano, John H. Troup Ernest Star-Advocate during high Porwet, Mrs. William Sanduiky. guest lint Included Mr. I 24.88 Lodloi' A.e.17.,1LADY
Sanders Ed- deal and Mn Leo Walton, Mr. and Complete
Rogers Marjorie school, will spend a great Mrs. William F. Sikes and Mrs. SUNBEAM $$14.49
win Hill, Hanse Stow en, James of his holiday time at the new George Sulltns Mrs. Jerry WUson, Mr. and .
J O'Donnell, Ruth Gibbons and offices of the S-A. A workshop with Mrs Bryant (*m<>n. Mr. and
.. Harold J. Thomas, all of Titus- corsage Mrs Jim hays and Mr and .
Mrs. Fran Partelow as I he Juon 1H445 o. .r lion 1I".llt
ville. Mrs. S. Cilbreath, Jackson, guest speaker will be held at Mrs Chan Macllarg. A GIFT THAT WILL LAST A LIFETIME
Discharges: Betty Phelps Leona Tenn., will visit her niece, Mrs. the January meeting In the I 40 MM Lono
Stonly ltdnloto{ ItoolUnWooliokl
Johnson Anita Stevens Norman J. Cowart, and her home of Mrs. John IIrKk< I I I
Oneida Maynard and Mary SUn- nephews, Vernon and Stafford To Solve Your I by Unlvoriol TELESCOPE with TRIPOD
: hey all of Titusville and Johnnie Carter, during Christmas. I s.., .. '" !
Hair
Henson of Merritt Island I Problems
I VACUUM BOTTLES
CHRISTMASGIFT
: and Elsie Ellis of Mims Mrs. Almira Watson Chapell) trust I R *
Hill N. C., Is presently visiting CENTER 18.95

:.. Jess Admissions Parrish Memorial and discharge' Hospital at In Illness Tltusvllle of her due daughter to !the serious Mrs. Ise KODU Sift Datftts sod fascist I I 41lliaL I PT. $14.95$ QT. $$16.95 J130"MEDIOUIK"

: during the week of Dec 11 were Shirley Bowden, TltusvUle ,
follows Admissions Preston Trailer Park, Mrs. Bowden Is !
as :
Thomas, Eric Baker EdIt confined In the Orange Memorial j N- r aLt LADIES GIFT SETS BY tmitttt, 0t"

Pope, Paul D Rice Verne C Hospital I In Orlando. FABERGE from 2.50 to :

Carothen. Ruby Bill 1 LANVIN Arptqt and My Sin LIGHTER
Junetl'l '
Cleveland Murphy Mr and Mrs. Leonard D. : I FIRST I
SO Ptnedo Dr. will amy w n..t. II from 3.00 to
: Conley. James Webb Reid, all Plferkk y.a..i I AID
of Tltusvllle.: Unda Martin of move this Friday to Denver, I DANA Ambush and Tabu by __ I:
; Mims and Oracle N Wtngate Colo. SPRAY ;
from 2.00 to I
8.50"A
of Discharges New Smyrna during Beach.this -veek I: Miss Diana Barnhart win be .... l." i MEN'S GIFT SETS BY '- .

Included: Loretta Wiley, Anna arriving home Dec II from YARDLEY from 2,25 to J :
Forbes, Marlene Pay and baby FSU to spend the Christmas holidays ),. : 99 ENGLISH LEATHER I
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Mark E. Marovich, Ruth with her parents Mr and ."....ot III.... ; a9J I
; boy. '"
Gibbons Janice Larter. Terry Mrs. Douglas Barnhart, 1119 from 2.00 to
L. Griffin. Dana HwtiiieiJtt. an Main. jfl FABERGE from 5.00 to I
w. I
of Titnsvffle.; Juan Amy of Port -
Sl Johns; and Alma Hendoo ofNewnan Jack Miller, Oty Recreational etfJ ter". -; y""... .... It.M C.rdlee.l by Dominion.
Ga. Director, will leave on Dec. IIl =../ PEPTO QISMOL 4 Wwofcoo cud (OM
for l KnoxvUJ Tenn. where be For lei
will be spending the Christina.hobdayt w.. rid ., .... 5.d.d .... ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH ;
Art League Meeting wttt his parents, Mr -4 tta..wi a..w -M.." kip I 1.4 r.._ Efficient

Pant P"rtrarta" I and Mrs. R. C Miller I I' .oral... ,cW.......krt. OM n+...+..+.....Mo lut I I R.g.98c service a ;
: A film on 'How to I S10
78
I 04 r..uy itiaoni. taufjHiAro I i Sin only
will be 100 uwjht at ,:
.
MM Barbara Henderson the ALL BOXED
Donal- sor M.U.to otoooto f itttn| I prescription it cast toimpMtjiict
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: I p m at the Art league of Mr. and Mrs. He. ..
niece ryHrod. -s>*T .d Wr oimfco tmlo it
to Bong'
big ITS TropIc. will leave..i CHRISTMASCARDS ....... M rw I WK toW I .... US 4 Jo.tCANNISTER ''' sitting
The Art Festival to be heM ,' I Dec IS lo spend the Chrttmas .. .,.... ,... .... 69 C plfprll'lQlptJonalollUllllCO/Ito
April 25 through May I 1. and holidays wttfc her parents Mr G.dnH.. .,. .... .. SET ,Ids CCI.fldl/lcl( l / that thiy nil .
sponsored by the 'usvlfle Art\and Mrs. Fred Henderra toGreerriUe -a..g..rk ... kIW W !lid< aueratey sad Qutk/y./
League and Fine ,r'.J Festival, 1CDON'S ..., hok., Mir
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I I 40% OFF ...u.-I..I ikwg6 LaI.r .
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CHAMBERS Floral' Art I Muk.p p.bba a wlwM..s.

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Always II Be Cautious November Sales



II Tax In Brevard w cr, S :'c'( C1l ct1 4ce, THURSDAY

When o2
FireplaceBy
Using :a i) I3
Nets $5/5,142.18$ / I # e

VIVIAN BROWNAP when they want one. Then when DEC. 17
Newiftatvrts Writer the time comes to Ignite, it, Sales tax collections in Ere I ,
do it without yard County totaled I57S.142.1S
they lazily removIng
:iFtrcplace cookery Is a new the excess paper. for the month of November, er cd eey 4' ee' Wet
urban and suburban entertain October cer d ee' ed se cal cc
under the
some 17,600 :
Blent especially for breakfast That habit and using the fire.place
But what to dispose of greenery, Figure. 4u
parties dangerous 4u,3ev
Total collections in the state pt1.
\ such as old dry Christmas trees
hit $1'.II 8,47S.55, an Increaseof
icily and country dwellers, reluctant or excelsior from packing bo'.1
approximately $1,000,000 over
to part with their out es is especially bad. Every yearat
the previous month, accordingto
dfcor living and barbecue way the holiday season there are
hundreds of fires caused by us. figures released by J. Ed.
of' life, have latched on to the
Straughn, Director Florida Revenue
next best thing the fireplace ing the fireplace as a furnace. cc; 'erea
barbecue From apartment ter- One woman disposing of a paper Commission
Aces, roofs and backyards, por plate full of flour, highly Seven cent gas tax collectionsfor
table grilles or hastily rigged compubtlblehad her hair singed [ November in Brevard totaled fGrand
grids have been moved into the and eyebrows disappear, 1445,56631 on 6,365,233 gal-
fireplace when she threw It into the fire Ions sold In October, exceeding ,
The flareup was so quick, she the October collections by some
:COOking in a fireplace should I
suffered from shock, also. .$30,000. Of this amount two cu 1 /
bt kept to the bare minimum
Chimneys should be cleaned cent. returned to counties J
.i regularly about every two Brevard received: $65,671.70. Of
winter or there Is no other fuel I
for cooking The danger lies In years for one that gets moderate the remainder, 20 percent to ? 'v.P3
the that accumulates In use. Even the perfectly built County Board $6,304.54; with \
grease Corn and chimney with all alreproof masonry 80 percent to road department I
ute) fireplace. popping
marshmallow toasting are required by community $25,218.14, held in escrow for
building code is no guarantee Brevard County.
Openingd
harmless fun. But even a first
experiment with fatty foods against fire if 'bused It less State wide gas tax collections etY Fa cCFcr cd ee' Wee,
bacon, pork chops and sausage ens the chances to be sure, but for the month totaled $11,987.-
can result In a burned-to-the- a fireplace must be used with 26.63 on 171,243,237.6, of which
ground home. caution.A amount $55,09521 was paid as
will I I J collection fee.
lazy housekeeper neqect
[A group of young people who d
the fireplace, so that chips,
cooked party food over a fireplace
bark and wood residue buildsup
observing all the precau
tions, left the house unoccupied ,. creating dwellers a fire should hazard Many Thru Cape I Fj4 irvajjf''' r
Apartment
wth a small fire burning to go IjaaRIAL
,remove some ashes and residue
out. Result: One lost house.
from time to time. Most fire-
In First YearSunday I
Many times the fireplace lenteven
olaces In homes have an ooen-
suspect. A family cooks
log at the bottom for disposal Jo,
over the hearth, leaving dying ashes. marked the completIon ; V i19/ II IIw
embers In the fireplace as they of the first year of Sunday I
gt away for the weekend. The Logs and dry twigs used for public drive-through tours ot
fire may be listed as of "un kindling should be kept to a min the Cape: Kenneuy Air Force:
known origin," everyone feeling Imum when starting a fire, and Station Since December 15,
Hire the fire was out when they a fire screen should be 1963, when Brigadier General
used In front of a fireplace when
lift. larry J. Sands, Jr., then Vice
a fire Is burning, unless the
'Crease can accumulate In
Commander of the Air Force
tie chimney over a long period family is sitting where It can Eastern Test Range, officially
of time, U one has been in the observe hot coals: dancing out greeted the first visitors, more r
habit of this type of cookery of the flames. Ulan 385,000 people have visited TOWERS
Then some night with just a Major fire dangers In the the world famous missile V cv
nnallflre. a massive blast can home Include some that often launching area.
otcur. Many a family has managed get the least consideration and Since the opening of the Cape
to smother a sputtering, are beyond suspicion. Such In- for drive-through tours, several
parking flame before it led tostructlon. significant marks of housewifery new attractions have been add-
Ineptitude rubbish in the attic ed. Last month NASA openedthe U.S. HIGHWAY 1, SOUTH, TITUSVILLE
{[Another terrible danger lurks cellar or closets; paint and Saturn area so that the public ,VVcu
when people get in the habit of oily cloths: stuffed In a little could cd V .
get a first-hand look }
,
throwing stuff Into the fire space; newspapers piled In unventilated at the towering gantries and at V cc7
Young people have the places; emptying ashtrays the tame time dedicated a
bpd! habit of discarding papers, (thought to be dead) In monument to the original seven proudly
ij>pea and other stuff In a fireplace wastepaper baskets may all astronauts at the entrance to presents. .
In hopes of a'quick' fire result in a lost borne ace1
Complex 14. Complex 14 Is the 53
launching area where Atlas

I i: Mints News spacecraft boosters first Into placed orbit, the manned last C A Totally New Concept For Your Dining, Dancing and rid rra

one occurlng In May 1963. ia .. V t. ,"WoI' Entertainment Pleasure!
It takes
r approximately one .. ,
< (By Gladys McLendon) some time, Is back home and hour to make the drive- .. "
J AMM24IflMdlnj doing real well.T. through, barring any traffic it.
t Plant Announced tie-up, and during the past year
{Hiss Alyce Meeker Scott, Winter In Mimi no major incident. have occurred The'Intimate
Blighter of Mr. and biro Mr and Mrs. W. C. Bowmanof to clog the drive- U

Thpmas H. Scott, and Thomas Frederiiluburg, Va., are through.On .
Paul La Forge, son of Mr, and back to spend the winter at opening day a year ago, French ;
Jlrj. Donald La Forgo of their home, south of Mime on 2,240 vehicles made the trip Quarter On nd.ysTHE
Otaluota, will be united in marriage Ihe Old Dixie Highway around the Cape. In January, ? WE! p RESENT 1
at the First Baptist Cape Kennedy registered Its A DINING 1
Church of Mlms on Sunday, Christmas Program largest number of vehicles I COFFEE SHOP FOR BREAKFAST AT. AN t i
Doc. 20 at %,00 p.m.i A special Christmas program when 4,647 cars passed through I d ,
i Following the ceremony a re- will be held in the school cafe- the south gate. Then in September crY LUNCH DINNER fMBORATf f
AND
ct jnlon will be held in the lorlum, Thursday, Dec. 17, at only 541 cars toured \.; LATE SNACKS cc
qhurch social room. No invitations 7.30; p.m. Participating will be Cape vthlch was the theN
are bring sent, but all students from the 2nd. year number of vehicles recorded I BUFFET/
ttiends and relatives are in- home-ruonts, of Mrs. Ruth making the tour a From I P.M

\ited.'A Elchert, Mrs Mary Lewis, Specially prepared booklets to 9 P.M. 1
Mrs. Patricia Dells and Miss are handed out at the gale by The Fabulous
I and
Daughter Fw Hlnehmini Judith Bennett Air Force airmen. In addition III

sir, and Mrs. Johnny lunch a "bubble gum" packet of .
man are proudly announcing: missile pictures is given! out to MARK
Hf' adoption of a baby girl on PFC Hampton the: children and this feature Imperial Room WaYNE

Dee named 11.Julie The Lynn.Infant has been I has been a big hit with the genral E I 1 and btu (.

Completes Army Although public the tour Is arrangedon i> ZANIACS ,

: Horn T. Stay I a non-stop basis, camerasare FOR GOURMET DINING AT ITS BEST 6 p'9
:Linda and Ron Harvey, from permitted and pictures 'e4 p is
I
Indiana, are home with Linda's Training Tests may be made of the various I Our LOun9. _
Mr, and Mrs James p
,
parents areas that the cars pass 'M PRIVATE DINING
Obwald, for the holidays through I ROOMS AVAILABLE

We hear they are planning to Army PFC John M, Hampton Traffic officials and Pan I J. FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS and HOLIDAY PARTIES
slay on after the holidays.el. son of Mrs. Era M Saver, American security police have
come back Linda and Ron lit) Dueler Avenue Tltusvlllc\ handled the now of traffic In a
we've all missed you. completed his annual Army smooth manner with very few
training tests with the Nth Infantry Incidents. There has been no
Horn From Hospital Division in Germany appreciable tie-up of traffic
**e are happy to report that Dec 4 since the first few weeks of Die
3, W Spires, who has been In!,i The tests are given\ to determine Sunday tour and Air Force The
4 hospital_at Lakeland for I i the combat readiness of Eastern Test Range officials Enchanting
each soldier and his unit. have
been
very pleased with
II I! Hampton Is assigned to Company the response by the public to
A, :2d! Battalion of the visit the
Cape.
r
1 division's 19th Infantry. He entered I y Imperial Lounge
the Army last February
and completed: basic combat I You need fat about 1;Inch In

training at. Fort( Jackson, 5, C I,depth skUlet.for frying potatoes to a e r'S >
The l8->*ar-old soldier, son
of Jack W Hampton. Winter "? NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT, DANCING
Haxen; attended Tltusville [Bulora V
High Watches
51:huul. from $24.95 L ',, 1 l r f( k OR JUST QUIET CONVERSATIONOPENING


To make potato- balls, use Jay Bee Jewelers '
,medium sled spuds; quarter IndUn Rlv.r p|1.,( ,, tj
and trim the corners. I INI Member
i FOOTBALL ROUGH-SO IS ------
r TODAY'S TRAFFIC. It lakes --I V
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', Monthan| coordination,judg- i j
"Inert and know how to be al'Ol'lIlona'
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a, l football player. THURSDAY NIGHT
It takes SAFETY SENSE If
: w.ntto b around to ,
you play
John T. Baron c I Iw
tomorrow,you hiv to protect
,. r.oun.1Itod'1.) That's why the
,-eel use fictfuardt and all Announces 4 HITS
ether safety devices available
r to them. 0) YOU when you
I driver SCAT BELTS SAVE Removal of his Law Offices S
/ LIYES... USE THIM.IJ. AND
MISS

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Imperial Towers A New Concept In Luxury Living i




Unique In Operation



.Imperial Towers Apartments'I and lounge is Charles Zoleno I was Charys Restaurant in MIami IMPERIALTOWERS
Restaurant and Lounge openinj g who has :35 years in the resiau. Beach.

tomorrow, signals the opening 01 r I rant and lounge business. I He Is a native Vermont and
His most recent restaurant
one of Florida most unique e I owned the Lake Donmorc Hotelin

apartment complexes. Vermont for many years,
)
\ which featured girls and boys
Completely elaborate Mil\)I camp along with the hotel.

151! entrance way comparable twulu 0 ,
.million dollar hotels on 4 hi! He later went to New York
)trip" in Miami Beach, featurIng f City where he was associated
owned 7.11l'C8lau.
and later the
white alabaster statue-1oii
rant and club chain In New
with its
tains gleaming whit*
I
York The of these
largest restaurants
lately columns and huge chan
seated 500
tellers over people
Later he owned the Old Forge
The six story apartment fa Restaurant in Miami, which in
unique due to the accompanying its hey-day, was the biggest
restaurant and lounge. Usually and swellest restaurant in Miami .
apartment houses do not carry ",
their own restaurants, accordingto "I retired In I960', Zolenko
the owner and builder Jack said, until Jack Mintzer got
Mmtzer. This Is reserved for the hold of me and talked me Into
njotels and hotels. .. coming here"
Zolenko brought his own staffsof APARTMENTS: YACHT CLUB
'Jmperial Towers does noi t I Itust chefs from Miami, featuringas "

have "a" restaurant, but t head chef, Otto Jensen, who
features the fabulous "Imperial o.t I
has
many years experience bothin :
Room", for gourmet dining al Miami and European hotels,
Its best and the Intimate for
plus serving many years as
"French Quarter", a coffee shop I Zolonkt chef on ocean liners
for breakfast, lunch, dinner and I
late snacks. Also private diningroom :

vale ?parties may be set up for pri Jess Parrish BowlingV i U.) s. HIGHWAY NO.1 i, SOUTH TITUSVillE

The Imperial Lounge, with

nightly entertainment, dancingor Hospital Mt. Ladl.. "...11..*
Just quiet conversation will Hcht Individual ...m.. H.le.Psrk.r r t'
feature on Its opening night the 3MHlah I
Individual' ..rl..: Helen .xa irr I IJp
4 Hits and a Miss". direct Activity Parker lit. llr,7r Ale
from: the Dunes In Las Vegas High team aims: Br.vard Nat' T W 1 7 t L r rs }' Wit
For urban living, the Towers December 12 Ion.I Bank 553 ., 4a 4. .rrn' / 11
Apartments feature efficiency, Huh team aorln: Oloba Dlatrl M1 h
one, two and three bedroom Admitted: Henry Wenzel Josie bullni Corn.:? 1T.7Standing. .. I .
t
apartments, with a view of the Knight, Norma Matrow Patricia Tam ".. L... r N ,'.'-. .. I., ,A"Ii.il -' !
,
Qloba ,
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DlatrlbutlnaRretaM ,1 ?
Indian River and MILA and Its Conley, Nancy Poppell Corp. .1 U c0o ','t'w >. .)nib, rI"{ "4"f., \I", ,': ii II .. YID'
Esther Sanders, Titusville National Bank IJ l< i a r titH33
space activity that is unpaial
Marl Norm. audio II IT ,
I leled. Discharged: Leon BaUon, Bet. Im""rl..1 I Houaa 0410 ; '\ )0 t
ly Wallace and baby, Faye Furniture M: It "w "
The opening of the $3 million Ries, Hazel Babb, A. Da ugh try. Oil.Kaat Kclnnlna Coaal Bowline WkM| a M o "f 15, ; l'iSod <,
venture Into Titusville growth, Diana Yeargain and baby, An. Cbarrvtfoa 8upplv 241* 324 ,.. 1.0
has added the first 'skyscrap nette Marslane, Timmy Conley, Oil., Mobil Horn.tt 29 >, '
er" to the local skyline and fca Vesta Kepner, Paul Rice, "'lh.vk'1..It.'. Rcfrltrr.tlon 21 21 '
lures the first elevators in town James O'Donneli. Titusville; Pint Nallonal Dank II 2J"o..r. .
Heading (the apartment set Linda Martin, Minis; Susan I"f niatlnitloa M
Cltlirna Rink :9n 2> "dl 1
Lion of Imperial Towers will be Malnous, Christmas. Alr-I.ok Window Co :9* 15: r .it-
(ultr" Drum U miBrovhlll .. ,
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Garrett
LaFoye a Miami resl b ,
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December 13 DtvUop Corp 11% M% ......
dent since 1926, who has over Whl.p.rln5 Hilt
3Q years in apartment, motel Admitted: Christine Morris, County Hccrttarl.l club lay |]uBrvvnrd ,eM I in Awel
and hotel management. lie was Gloria Cardoza, Betty McNeely, Sorties II U I1'
formerly associated! with the Ceola Anderson, Dennis Ringer,
Miami Beach Uaverly Arms Marie Simmons, Clifford Hampton -
Apartments and Yacht Club, Michael Hardwln. Greg HI.h Inllvldual cam' n..vaO'Rrlo.
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(originally: built and developedby Burdine, Tltusville: J am e s H (h Individual Tit series: D." / y 11 ee ]
Mintzer), the Surfslde Plaza Webb, Scottsmoor O'Hrl..la.HI.b ;t' fl / e Rp1 d @s IIV Y.ice'
r
team Hill 4
LucaiH
lama: N
!Hotel, the Venetian Army Apart. Discharged: Eric Baker, DI. 1051.
ments, and many others ana Glover, Helen Myhand, Evelyn 2\131 ah trim ...1.... ttymona Farm
I Uoodham, Rosellle Slade Wandlnia
Carrett I to a graduate of the William Alexander, Titusville Tier W a* I.ml
University of Miami, Is a vet. Hill Luau Abellheroin
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1714 4
eran of WW II with four and December 14 tpwr Cnro IMIII:
one-half overseas duty vmnna Form. 11.4 ..
years .
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Admitted: June George, Roy I Hpota *m tfttt" -
with the 101st Allied Airborne '.
rut lor Drua "n
Harper, Julia McCaskill, Lucille Mutual runda :M I.. ...;;. .
I Romine De- Teem Elahl :M an 7 My r a
Payne Marjorie ., y
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P'InP4der.l W II -
lores Powell, Millie Schwandt, Th* 10 Pin.... :m M
Kathleen Foch, Tilda Nobles, ."., Canal. 11:11:

Varies Zld, Robert Fortner,

Jake Holmes Dorothy Francis, Po.Hal I,..... 'w -
Essie Hall, Faye Bias, Titus. .
., vine. M"Hub..... 1(0 Individual: Kutk Otter...m.. IM:: C
Discharged: Nancy Poppell, Hub Indlvlilual ...rI..' Kutk
0...,... 131 C. M,.r., Vil
Greg Kinnunen Ernest R. Rogers 111001110.

K r, Rita A Bolsvert Clifford Your lit ceDer. "to..., 1..1 7274 :
r. B. Hampton, Edith Pope and LadY Ruta :/01 :III
baby boy, Laurie Marler, Ta. Pin Mliall.ltraMl.t Pa la IT:1614" 11 7114 "..
man Black, Charlotte Richardson .. Pita III: n
Tour llquari. :25 AR.ehal.ars _
and baby boy, Scott W 20 ZI .. ,
Gardner, Roland Tvater, Ruby Crr.mtt.a 24 24
Bamford, Donna WlthcringtonTitusvilla. ro"PIn Ru.l.rs. Cup 1.18 21 lilt
P.r..H 1714 5'yPt.
Dodi.ra lily Mt4
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From this forward all will be measured
!!-- Junior Police Club day luxury by

0.. ... :01.--::k:: To Start Candy Sale I Imperial Towers superb 6-story rental apartment* building

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::: I overlooking U. S. 1 and the beautiful Indian River in Titutville.

rJr ,' Titusville Junior Police boys

Garrett I Blessed IsNB e U tk. ..* thatIruntttfc 'will'" begin: knocking on doors Imperial Towers is the ultimate in apartment living custom designed

and h I member of the Ame- !I. tko Lord.UfF.17:7). chaw I this week new selling helmets candy fr the to pur-organlzation features and facilities to make this the most prestige address for

lean Legion, and the Optimist As yea pray, you will be ..
Club, serving formerly as secretary aware of new power sad people of good taste. Each apartment studio, one or two bedroom -
I itrenfth will bane th* The candy Is chocolate; candy
He has friends in this area aiturinco yea that God ii with bars and assorted candy is spacious and designed for gracious living. A handsome setting

made when heI a-vsodated you and that all thin,. arebeing
as All Junior Police win meet at
with a Buck aieno In New taken cart sf perfectly, the: police department Saturdayit for family fun and entertaining, your apartment home at
Smyrna about 14 >ears powerfully, complelel 11 to the '
ago. a m begin candy
In charge of the restaurant I drive Imperial Towers also features a private terrace for magnificent views of


i the area. Each kitchen is large, with Westinghouse appliances and an


!J"t, f 05'10..45"" y":4; I ... ., I!I I abundance of roomy cabinets. Every conceivable pleasure is contained f If

.M t ,: 4 : within this tropical paradise from the lavishly decorated and
I. : < :
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i ( : : furnished lobby to the private boat docks. Every facet of life at :
:2J your
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IL' ,' .d J I1'' SO MUCH LUXURY FOR SO LITTLE! I



: The finest, most desirable and most modern
STUDIO I If 2 BEDROOM
3 II apartment building in the Nova Moon Base

RENTAL APARTMENTS Cape Kennedy area

,.. I Pool and Sundeck e Individual air-con-

..., FROM $$100 MONTHLY ditioning and heating I Fishing Pier and

Boat Docks Private screened terraces all

.I I It Now Accepting Lease Applications bedroom apartments I Children's Playground -

For Immediate Occupancy I Laundry and storage each floor

II I I II I Restaurant, cocktail lounge, coffee shop,

I FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED shopping arcade Meeting and Party Room

IMPERIAL *a .\.. i;. :NT-A living decorated and beautifully furnUhed I MODELS ON DISPLAY I Putting Green and Shuffleboard
room of one of the one-bedroom apart optionally The building has 187 apartment I
menu at the new Imperial Tower Is available and many are already
sh&,wn abu. e Thf> *:t aJ beatltdktiy oc .p.*d.-SA Photo.: I I





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..* I Tituivlll' Florida), Star-Advecat*) Wednesday, December, "



I What'll You Have For Christmas? Wall-To-Wall Mink, Maybe? I .



By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON even the pet, who has every. For the ladies, mink hangersIn he's a drinker, from Heiman- 'makes a sterling silver fry pan
NEW YORK (AP) For the thing, there Is still hope this any shade to match the Marcus a violin case concealing for $350. Or for $1,000 also at I, -I.
man, woman, child, and yes, Christmas. minks In the closet are big a hefty fifth may strike a chord this store you can buy the garden -,ICanada's New Flag Wins First Approval
With a hefty check, (there are sellers at Georges Kaplan, New with him $10. A hollowedoutcane tool shed a glittering silver'' .
to be obtained: York. walking stick at Aber. spade. OTTAWA (AP) Canada's new maple leaf flag cleared Its Canadians object to it as sji:
1& HIs.and.her hot-air bailors, Prices of safety pins run cromble & Fitch, $18.50, can be The Doggery's a pet supply first major legislative hurdle hot of the domination\ who'I,
wall-to-wall mink carpeting, sin $250 each in Magnln's Jewelry I filled with some staggeringstuff. shop in Beverly Hills, Calif, 29, 1775. absolutely nothing hap this week winning approvalfrom they contend Engksh-speak)' ,,
'' ? 1trl boxes, nothing rocks, and makeItvourself department, but they're dia Also available there Is a sells $50 mink coats, ski sweat pened" $30. at Ilammacher the House of Commons Canadians wield over'the cot
$ sports-car kits mond-encrusted. At Nelman- !silver flash with two openings ers with turtle necks, wool Schlemmer. 16378.
,, among other little trinkets. Marcus, Dallas, Tex., a holiday for a double-quick kick. coats with muskrat collars,' For mere humans a some- The measure goes to the Senate The opposion to the new n!
alBiblle For the kiddies a Copernican dandy Is a collar of diamondsand For the home redecorate sunglasses, red flannel pajamas, thing box that blinks and blinks If approved there, it will be I was led by English-speakr'h
He that hath model 500 planetarium at $595 emeralds at $125,000. 'from the ground up with wall- raincoats, rain boats and I' and blinks like a compact computer proclaimed by Queen ElizabethII I Conservatives and war vcti
let him hearMatL can to hear Is this year's holiday special at Sable bathrobes, floor length to-wall mink carpeting, Install. person-ahzed, plastic place-' for one year and then goes as Canada's new national ans who wanted the Union Jai
11(15) I. Magin, Las Angeles. Last and some zippered, are really I ed by George Kaplan on Christmas mats' all for dogs. dead, irreparably, $25 at Ham banner. retained. ,Ii..
Through prayer we can year the store stocked seagoing last year's rages, but a few are I Eve, for $600 a square For the man with cold feet- macher Schlemmer The design Is. single red -
learn to respond properly to submarines, seating two, around at the big name furriersIn I yard. Or there's a hopscotchrug electric socks, battery operated, For him and her: real mont- maple lead on a white field
the God spiritual make guidance that for around 1,000.. New York for upward of $40- I by Norman da Llberta for $1495 at Hammacher Schlem-' golfler balloons with orange and flanked by red panels. Attention AcctunHng ContracNratPsyrell "
available
feel the life force to that us;He to Designed for lads who love 000. For a four.figure check around $600 with the game all mer I white striped canvas. A propane Canada's flag is the Red Ensign a Specialty
fcas instilled war is a 20,000-piece collectionof you can also pick up a mink I mapped out for adults who For nobody much: a nothing burner heals the air, a with the British Union Jackin DORMAX ENTERPRISES I
within, hear
the Divine Menage that to hold hand.painted soldiers.at New jumper, white mink never grow up. I I rock. The hollow rock containsa steel basket lifts the passengers the upper left quarter sym Ae..n............,.. I
the promise of heaven. York's F.AO. Schwartz to be' ,or persian Iamb knickers'l I For the kitchen or opulent I historical marker with such: to cloud nine, for $6,850, at bollzing the country's long association ar Ms.III.JIll.a. a.n.r.7M,7t T71.aln I
had for 10000.- -- For the man of the camping, New York's Tiffany's as, "On this spot Feb.I Nleman-Marcus. with Britain. French __ J
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FI NA L $17500 Sllvapl.tedIRIUtIDNI C NOW OUT $199.88
comt
1 I AND TEA SERVICE

1 pcs. by Birmingham, finest In
0" I : coffee and too service'sugar, cream Reg. 'US Wm. Roger
i I emboiiod, footed, and handled
Thousands of Pieces ::
MOfcludoc I ONLY A
Filled Jewelry" R/ CLOSE.OUTI! NOW $$88,88 Baby Feeding

BROOCHES EARRINGS CHAINS PINS _
ANKLETS BRACELETS NECKLACES AND MORE: Spoon
ALL MARKED AT GIVE-AWAY PRICES On. Lot-Ladl**' 10K Yellow Gold Stone
TO MOVE OUT FAST Rings Larg assortment oi 1.1.style* and de $3 88 .
sign Rg. $9.95 NOW STERLING CAN'DELABRAS now 58c .

One Lot-Ladl**' Birthstone Rlnqs. Smartly 3 Lite1
Breakdown. Limited
RIO. $3U5 LIMITED designed solid 10K Gold Rings of ivory dscrlptlon *- X24.88 I

CULTURED PEARLS NOW S1 1.88 and 9stb*. $5 88 Supply. NOW .... $5IM Fin Leather
Valu** to $ .. .. ....... .. NOW .
ENTIRE SlLlCTION IS OUT I
On. Lot-Ladle*' and Men' Rings This lot Walletseied
: ,., rn: ::- :.: -;:.. ; M Includes Cameo .Onyx Blrthston and Signet ALL
Ring All shaps and aI.*.. Hundreds to $8 88
DIAMOND-PLATINUM STERLING
RIG.
$104500 FLATWARE Styl.sWHILE
from. Valu* to $29.95 . NOW

WEDDING BAND. ALL MASONIC, OTHER EMBLEM RINGS 50% OFF MAO t NOW THEY LAST! 51.88

II Square-cut Fin' Diamond I Set All Around In Platinum
Total Weight' Over I.30 Cti. GOING AT 1/2 PRICE OR LESS ITS THE iXSTI THI FINISHI
ONLY ONII OUT IT GOESITOMORROWI
NOW. $S299.88 EVERY RING MUST BE SOLD AT ANY PRICEI Reg. $3.tS-Cultured Pearl
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!I ", 338 Pendants

Whit w Yellow' Gold \Fined
\ JEWELERS S. WASHINGTON Boiod wilts IS" Chain .

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Bigger Than Life Your Neighborhood A&P Now Features "Super-Right" Meat From


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4 Year Mule Be SATISFIED Or Your Money Refunded "SUPIR-RIGHT" QUALITY Mm only from centtent
e + In our new Jacktonvllle meat warehouse. Incoming' tup.plltt cor. Thtt't why ALP maintain Its own tpotUti, modern
/l f. ) ii tf beef from the prim producing ores t *f tt>. netlen meat wtrohout Hero, under the watchful *yt *f A A Pipertt
tr. carefully 'intpected and checked for quality by A A P't all the meat destined for your family mutt pus
I .I I r own Intpectert., In addition t Federal meat Inspector tt to bo chocked under cenitant quality control. A A P
r 1 I ,'1 regularly itatloned at the plant. Such quality control !. car then guarantee the mat you buy guarantee that
r turoi ASP cuttomtrt of fine tender cuts ot our tradition wo will refund your money If for any sues you are net
+ ally low prices completely uNdid
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"It's too late to mail early, moves In a more direct route ,, ,... aNlrlll. r
80 please mail now," Postmaster and is handled '''.''.'..00'II. ",
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fewer times. Parcels roc ..
Herman Wauwood said to with ZIPPED addresses Fruit Cake LNl.h.I. ," T.... to M! ........ .alto... ,.11.1.....Np .. .... -.. H.

day.. "The biggest mail explosion may more be before delivered others 24 going hours to the or ....::..II.:."" ...,:..:... ....:..a..l.cauJlI........._...._.__.._.._.......... :
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to ..
history is upon us and ve same destination which do I. .
not a
need the cooperation of every.. include the five digit code 5 &' 399 3 &, 289 r..;,.:.:" ., .n..., JP.{ i iiii1iii iii: .1
one to make sure that the holiday Wattwood announced that ail p 4 /q .10" rwh I
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mail Is all delivered before postal operations will be on a Irrl Ilhl reel rash &tTaSTAMPS .
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Christmas" the Titusville holiday schedule Christmas Day, "SUPER-RIGHT" SHORT SHANK FULLY 50 1

Postmaster attwofld said. Only special delivery mail will WHk .... *...... ... pRofular ........ .f ..:
suggested the use of be delivered on Dec 2$.
airmail and special delivery to The Postmaster thanked all 14.1-lb. Avg. I ., MethoMI Oi. Can !I
guarantee pre Christmas de the citizens of Titusville who Shank Whole Aero Share 79c
especially for out-of-town Cooked Ha 3 9c or Hell f 49c pI
livery cooperated In the "Shop a;.1 d ..,,. I
In an Instances, the use of Mail, there Early"still campaign.is a small However moon. 81 LB. l. ......... ..+..At.".u.u.N..... ....D_" ,

ZIP Codes will be helpful. The lain of holiday mall which mustbe l

codes generally mean that mail delivered," he said. "SUPER-RIGHT" TENDER WESTERN ..!.-....................'.
: UttHtHtlUHtPLAID -;1

I Testing Underway On Second Q .
I
lamb Shoulder WHOLE 39creroann STAMPS '

I Stage Of Saturn/Apollo Rocket OA LH.LF .Double. eat Idg lerrkw N

Stalnleit I Steel Pkg. .. I I ISwift'
t. HUNTSVILLE the "battleship"Ala.stage- Testingof of the to Is,also Call underway. being at sacramen.1 Premium Bonolett, Sklnleit, Cooked "Super-Rlghf Weitern f.u.re Cut Lamb "Super-Right". Country Style Pure Razor Blades 75c I

Saturn-Apollo Saturn S-1I, second moon stage rocket of has the Douglas the stage Aircraft prime Co.contractor.A 52-sec- CANNED HAMS SCAN $$3.69"SuperRight" SHOULDER ROAST i, 45c PORK SAUSAGE 3 '.i':, 1.00 r.rwl eMere."" "N. areU N'N :

begun at Santa Susana. Call,. ond firing of that stage w as Tender Center (smell hone) "Super.RlphWestern" Lamb Caps Jehn't French ,,1'.J:

oxygen.using liquid a single/hydrogen J-Z engine and liquid burning a conducted ID-second last firing week on Dec.following I.MMG SLICED HAM t. 99c RIB CHOPS t. 89c FISH STICKS 3 ;S a;: $1.00 ".!1tt"8iHr,8I8T8t8"' """" "".. eo

The S-II Is being built as a r'Sup Right" Western lamb Oelden ShareSHRIMP PIAID
part of the Saturn V vehicle by Employees BAThIN.nclIIiCed &
North American Aviation's Receive Cash Gifts SS: 45c"SuperRight" SHOULDER CHOPS.. 49c COCKTAIL ;ORI. 29c STAMPS

Space and Information Systems WHk Hilo wspn .e4 .,.k... *fOeld
Division for NASA's Marshall Employees of the McCrory- Wttttrn Lamb "Super Right" Western Cape Jehn't Preth Dry Packed Standard
.Space Flight Center. Mcl ellan-Green Variety Store ;I I SHANKS 15c LAMB PATTIES 49c OYSTERS If 99c S oat I Olatt 14 0.. Can
A ten-second firing of the S-II ((M.M.G) at Big Apple Shopping I t. LB Wax Spray 65eJ

battleship stage was conductedby Center, Palm Avenue North of I Special, Sal. Mild fc M.llow 11.104BANANAS
North American last week Coleman Avenue Titusville began JmJI1E.lm p e / aq, m''''
(Dec. 11)). The battleship stageIs their yuletide a little early fJM iiH; :
heavier and stronger than this year with the distribution, j: EIGHT O'CLOCKGOFFEI r Firm Rip '
flight stages. It Is designed for 11 :;:..
on Friday. Dec 11 of cash > '
repeated use in the development Christmas gifts from their com n qJ1 > ;S tiN38i 1
program. pany. ; '
-The S-n Trill be powered by The gifts were distributed b)' PLAID ;
i cluster of five J-2 engines developing E F Tompkins Jr., managerof y STAMPS
1.J
a thrust of
a million the store. l w" .. ....
oitnds. The S-II Is the nation's Naa IhN Lre .. -
.
Accompanyytng the gifts usa 1 lb C 99 '"' .
most powerful! rocket stage using letter to employees from Samuel I I'. 67 lib.M (. ( ib.10 1 C Ann Pete 4 Oi, '1..
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hydrogen fuel. Neaman, I'resldent of MMG I 6 Grnd. Cinnamon .j
The test last week demonstrated
:: "It is Indeed a pleasure at !
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the ability of the battleship this Christmas Season to ] o I n 111 M
and facilities Speclalf Whit. HOYN to...... a..1 M...eN en. _
stage accompanying with In
Manager
your saying
to operate the J2 engine' Thank You' for your loyal enthusiastic 1 LARGE CRISP PASCAL lIle.-.: I
at full thrust Completion of the EV AP r MILK ::::
support and cooperation U .IH .:.:
test was a milestone In development l
the 1M4 and .
'I. during year
of the stage. to extend sincere best wishes CELERY 2 for 25
This wu the first in a series I I., for a very Merry Christmas and 6 UPI. Oi.Tall r 25 PLAID
M 79c
'tt single engine firings leading ,, Happy New Year," Cam S )
10 I ;
tesu of all five engines In j
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the next several months An IgiiiUon I M write Lewe n1 N I
test was conducted ear ACCUTRONBy ti EXTRA CRISP RED DELICIOUS Ann hl.Iue.OrueS-4.s. she :
tier Buloyj from Block Pepper 350

The J-2 engine Is also used to $125.00Jay m Iii Ii
power the S-IVB stage topi I I APPLES Ib. 19

stage of both the Saturn IB land Bee Jewelers L ..

the Saturn V vehicles I Indian INS River Member Plat {rClal ,: "III' .1I/f1I: !.t''tf# ; h.s: iJiiii iiRii l
S-IVB battleship stage testing ,JI. j.JI.aL.t.a, :tt-IIII .

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1tMc1. Grain GI. Tender
Jen* Parker Pumplilfi' 25

MIRRORSReadjr I "UTA GREEN PEAS 2 CANS I l1 39c BlUEBERRy PIE '.":r' 49c .... NM t1srAMPS n.L. ... ...... !WIWILCHADI .
'UNCH
APPLI GRAPI DRINK ) Spclell Croon Giant Golden Speclell/ Jan Parker plea Cake AM 1 N la0/. lies I
NIBIETS CORN 2 IS f 35c '' Ground Closes
to hang, a : 3 OVART S1 SPANISH BAR \ 29c 25cl''
CANS /UU ,.. .. .
'pest'UI) nd Gal Wtrwkk Chclet. Covered ra1 n e- ': e :

beveled edge. ?i PAPER TOWELS JUMBO 33c "." ..:. .:. '' __
: I ROLL THIN MINTS PKO.Speclell : 39c .' . -. ---.. .;
IInch polished : fT %II:. .UIlftll

plate glass, f t :2 S BATHROOM TISSUES+ 35c DILL l PICKLES Kthr"S Baby. 35c !!' 25 PLAtO i!!

sTAMPS
eopperbacked. i : Ntbloc 1 Ib. Pk,. ...*.<. {... ...... Pillsbury I Of. COM II "I
NNa IAN 1Na e 1 Mna .f
GRAHAM CRACKIRSSrrUfmenn m MORSIIS oiJ5 1101. Mc BUTT 14 MILK BISCUITS .. lte Ii i ie.
THE FINEST MIRROR t.: W.fII_. I Of. Pkg..
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1 Lb. Pkg. Me elf Mew e -1 Lit Can ..11". .'.. Beg "I
COULD WANT a If II IIYOU 2ISTA SALTINIS 111 COPMI H.LOUR ...... .... ... .. Ste { Peanut Cluster
FOR YOUR HOMEI ,
,r I II I A I P 17 Of. CM Blue Bonnet Whped t Lb. Pkg.. in ate ".,... 3SCJ'
24"x3SIMO 21" x 9{" .. SI1.00 2'' FRUIT COCKTAIL }}< MAR6AIIMB ...... D r..-.. i-w > i
LWBUI tR:a'z. ;. _
30X40S21.00 9o x 4tr S2UG : BOROINS CANNIO :: .:."; .. ........
31"xUS33.OG 96' x 50" SU.oa t ; Say, Oafs flald'Snfnp, it iiuuunitri .
Diet '
30 Inch Circular Mirror IliJO i : Pepsi Egg Nog J .clt f1a Colt, fortis f5! PLAID

31 Inch Circular Mirror 82100 i aq+rrhe 1 1ae/1e floc eor+N.r. c SCAMPS

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lOTTLu43c QUART 89 Margarine 31c :
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it Tttuivlrie, (Florida), IP.r.Adv.c.e. W. fn..liy, December II, 1M4 .. . . . ..


children of San Salvador. sault force.A WE CAN ANSWER YOUR PHONE
J
Pan Am Manager Directing If more than enough moneyIs Harger Aboard USS Shangri-La :

received, gifts will be purchased pinch of oregano gives excellent 9 When You Can't. Qf
I for the schools Chase Seaman Apprentice James V. tions, and serves as a mobile flavor to buttered snap
"Operation Santa Claus"For Harger, USN, son of Mr. and airfield. beans. ) You get more calla tad more profit 0
pointed out. Mrs. A. V. Harger of 1235 Planes from the carrier provide
Santa's flight from the North Kingston St, Indian River City, alrcover from other units : a
300 San Salvador.. Kids Pole will find its way to San recently reported aboard the of the fleet in addition to beinga Charm Braceletsand J
-- --- -- - -- --- Salyador this Christmas with attack aircraft carrier USS mobile striking force that can Charms

PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE: (Speedy) Collier of RCA even radon-llke precision, somewhatmore Shangri-La, operating with the make air attacks against enemy Bee JewelersIndian TlluiTllIe ATM Cocoa & Cocoa Betel: 0
A Pan Am Base Operations I wrote a special "Story of1s reliable than predecessor Atlantic Fleet held positions from sea. They Jay 0 2675530oeeeoeeeeoeeooeoiQ 138-7031.
River/ Plata
at San Salvador i/ Christopher Columbus did The Shangri-La carries 85 to also provide close ground support
Manager Christmas" dedicated to the: INS Member
directing an Operations Santa few hundred years ago. | 100 planes aboard during- opera.. .- for members of a sea as-
Claus for some 300 native
children from his home in r

aid Satellite from Beach points, as after far enlisting distant I (RSAVINGS; :* 11oc'a.( $hp'l-EJ-l'f u9S'-1 IfflSAVINGSR /{ c'e $hp'l-Edtt4'f u95tMa1 I I* SAVINGS! RDmti

as San Francisco and Gee
many. ,. ITALIAN ? t I
Gordon Chase, Pan Am's ,

head man at the San Salvador Hand-Knit ..
island tracking station, is homeon
vacation but is not leavinga Sweaters
stone unturned or a stocking Store? : ,
unfilled for the big Christmas I
party December 24 at the U. S. tow -. I

Auxiliary Air Force Base at !eQ s.d- ..M p 'I J512.1S

San Sal.Chase. SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY
a former Navy officer
Is counting on and re "MIRACLE SHARP"
ceiving plenty of assistance There It An Eckord Store Conveniently Located N.., You CHRISTMAS I TOYS Value
from the Navy. The naval ELECTRIC .
base at San Sal Is chipping in, 79

and Case from is former hoping naval for response associates PIRTLE PLAZASHOPPING SLICING I ((5 51? "RIDE'EM"

and othel'l.Lette1'l CENTER KNIFE JEEP or SPOR1STERtta
went out over a SWIFT'SGOLD RELI-A-DENT Automatic
month ago asking that a small 532 PARK AVENUETITUSVILLE"You'll Ndapti t I4 .bl. r Family
gift be sent "to cheer a child of my IM* ,5 r ?wtMr > ,
Lore to Shop Your Eckerd Drug Store !" CRESTSHERBET ft ttMti k't wfH'
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san Salvador island on Christmas | nffrtl ftrto )i Tooth l
Day, a child who would / C .11155 ...Niple t,5a555.hM a"4 /I/ Brush

otherwise that day.have" little or nothingon SAVE 25% ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONS! h.. a... east i
M Aye CSb.
Pan Am and RCA employeesare Icterfi Ceit eod Carry dltceeet ,U* tern pi ZS'/e efrtf FULL PINT V a: 2'.' :4wIM

working closely, mostly Mler. ask Sf We*.*ell ft etcrlptleek. -Today' ed Iverydeylto 11.95 9r Auerted Piss
through committees, to make .Iwl.l M.l... W 11"% to M.*. sew M* ....oItIwe "...... YALUE O.A ibis?MNk
the program a success. Chase H.O. ELECTRIC ARMY TRAIN SET
set up committees on program, 1 3 49'Pipe
finance/transporatlon, public All Popular "" ..... hats' .,...../. $14.15 Vakl
relations/gifts, decorations/San CIGARETTES Brendt $2.58 ,' 1 ut ....84 In.
ta helpers, refreshments, and (Limit DCtn. 11t 'A' -c.*,IM. wM 11 we-
-
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movie. He outlined the work of ( tI. tr. 5.d .N.S
keo.e Army 1.1tI1.-O-
each committee In working toward CANDYCANES Istr.: 20 29'GE 1 rlww eflftl ........
the goal of presentinggifts SeecM! '._ __ J
to some 2M school child ,
ren from four through 15 years 1-etese* $4050
of age. Schools are located at I or SYLVANIA Aftl Flnkbrlhs-: 99.. Munsey Oven Toaster 299 $3.98YALUE 2"
Cockburn Town, United Estates; FLASH BULBS ..*. $1.14- VALUE
Settlement, and Creek Town' ......... dsdp< .IIeft 1M N_. Edgeworth
(Creek School). I MAN-POWER.i- 99''' .55555.5.155. 5,511. .55...._...,flohII- .wank....Ie....d.s.I..... GIANT 40"RAG SIDEWALK SURFER
Since San Salvador is said to OLD SPICE SPRAY DEOD. ftfc, ....11.. MM'-' SKATEBOARD
be the island Columbus first, COMPAREAT DOLL
Holiday
discovered in his search for I
the new world," Chase wroteto ; : ef I denele eeae.. S10.9SGENERAL I ::L..1., .nnn5. ....Y' .
PERSONNA S tool bMetLimit' 49' .... .
pp.5r .1tII nd old
officials in Columbus, Ga., Nt
( 1) PIPE TOBACCOHi ... ,. ,
and Columbus, Ohio, asking for ELECTRIC H-8 ,.M*-rlfo S lttm,frilly ..11....w. ....._r3.1., .I.,IF55. sMl5. .
....... ... 299.4 ley.
cooperation. 5..55 1tI04 N ".,I!.._........ __ .... *
lorrit ef iOR ... .
ELECTRIC HEATER Pound PIe 0I.ft. telL
Chase explained in his letters a EXCEDRIN .. flI 59'PERTUSSIN I'
that the island is six Limit 1) Humidor CmRe A larva" N"'p der M'I k.d..dI.n
miles
only 1.5555 "= ft
'sS5' / win w5wa SHEET BLANKETS
by 12 miles in size, and he add. :.=_, ... ton.* 83 09 At S4.S 398 .... r.bb.r ..... ...- _
ed: "Considering this size, It Is MEDICATED._....... -Si.55555p m Slp..fl Wuss-im IWto'! 24. 1 I rilCII
Dot difficult to understand how '''u: ':: 77'VAPORIZER .. I $1.44 6'ALAcRMrFIRE
Santa Claus In his very busy 13-PIECE SET
Christmas sometimes I
fight on

overlooks sending this out tiny letters spot"In all over @Hcfme Gift Suggestions (for Men CHRISTMAS TREE HEADQUARTERS 15.98

the country, Chase said he emphasized sit, I.t #3111Aft. A 4'II.ft. ..... .....- Value

''people-to-people"the program Idea. u a Silo" L.'IH.. Aar 119 .Ift 1,55y lot......,1I1-A1Ieo. ..........&n (BOO II e'e r"s'u-, ,.-... 4" Ii__ a ..*e i.55 "'
I III Ooodoreet l., c.l..w..d l y Itlnm, 055. Jl e 555N w = n1... 155" = ': I IPIoriM
Before Chase left the island ** Pal .ft.-III ,.....
d..I..Iw-k..IIeI ...... ........ 55.11. heabl I
last week, he arranged for !IJf..I 9" eolr. .,..

storage of incoming gifts In a BrARCIA; $'\.I G /13JIraw ..5.. e-.w.. t5.Npkd..ys. .5.15... ........*.. 9 9 I
MITCHELL 300 SPINNING KIT t\; f!O eva h. e5.sa. 55..5.5 I hw1w. C-- s 2 COMPARE I
fluonset hut, complete with an l ., p5w ..... 5.55. 1555, mm's I 1M,. h5's5.,5w..5.5 99t
"Operation Santa Claus" sign .) !? "ese { raw 9" ... ,., ..,. .... AT $1.91
/ lC
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2-i i
on the door. "We had received :: :::= L f- ';, K, 'I. 1 sky 5 1. a 1..t..1
1. MIMM... ...PAWN..... os;,; 'It.ft. MIM lllkraMktllfl
gifts from Germany and San 'e.. eI_.... _
v.p:
Francisco, in addition to many ::;':":: :..",':.".: ....\ J" r-, '' ): ,.lM 147
from Florida and other areas," .::;": :': .:. 't. V. V r h. chew. .1oyI -

Chase said. About $100 in cub / "._.w"a.00',, ....... ,..... ,_ a-'s--II'II ,.... 161 e5..u
bad come In, he added. .- M ... : -g I
The day of the party, each :.::.. -.:. "' A,.N '.Irs54.ao \ REVOLVING ELECTRIC COLOR WHEEL t
child will receive a carefully i:
elected (by age and sex) gift LIST Motor powered 3-color wheel I

along with let cream, candy '" with attratcive whit enamel
and favor 27" .t. finish-adds the final touch to 8 8 -
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.
Children's book author D. A. I; 3 \; SCHICK
III any artificial tree-fully guar ELEOTRIO
anteed $5.95 Value. (Rood 750 XICZMICROSCOPE

Slate DirectorTo Lamp Not Included) The 5'&tb fQrl& CONSOLETTE KIT

CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS .
Attend Civil MIl_ d4,4 NIw1.554C.. -.s...5, ,..s5l.2 7 7 7 AdJII" easily frOlll so rower
_M* H .nmll o lM >. ht-Ct nt. tutu 750 power ot a simple
et + If I! r a51.551LADY. '. twist of IT
,our fbJ,,,-c. ;
Defense Meet plete with *"piece! slide MfM
DELUXETREE \' -- dlss sting tool wt,and (MMV I
N'M CARLA HAIR DRYER
Commissioner George King ,_..*. ., 7 enemkeMe .U.ll.. erMmoMi tome shockproof u"I.,
Jr. chairman of the Civil Defense STAND el,,, "eeJlvI, Wok Kko COM Included. f
'I My 49. _55 5s_ .. 1.- ---
of the Florida Association ,l.u! SoxHI J7DtHcote M.5/.aW.514,5 I.....11.555 M 1._ 84f A IARGAIN
of County Commissioners, TAPE RECORDER Irtra wide (.MOT* M.w MM. koeetiM evel tMpt4( Awaken 'M MM wM mi.ib.4. tenHm ..... Itr.t| 999AT I I7x50
feu called a meeting for Thursday ....... 11th ... ...r.5. mee'e fhnt. omeimoH-... el e- 88' 'd., SI2.'S

Hiram, Dec W. 17 Tarkington with Colonel State h555555.,1515 hih. .........tIoo4 ,_.... ew11y Ie U55b" .......w.D -. .5555 Mwt. -5.55.15.55..5'55d.55p5. 5... ..... .... ...Je.. .. flew'.1."d.o.alv..wm..M21,....

'...... ...... tMM llMH BINOCULARS
Director of Civil Defense. .5555! dr 5 c..5. 2%-5 diameter e ef 1JHfAVEHLY- GIFT WRAP SPECIALS
........ ... a
.
".15" ray -- -.4
A lereeta et Ut
Also be '
attending will ......,..- $2.7f q ( i1
.... II
Kkbad Hitting. Civil Defense 199VALUE IsillAw55.d ;_5555
Director of Fort J. A. A IAI AIN 188| Mw,..
Myers; d.sip.m.aai .1oIM
tauter of Brevard County and AT IIMf LIGHT ... ...... .... 49' .........
Louise C. Gibbons, Brevard ___ TREE TOP DECORATION raw. ,, ::
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12 Tltvsvlllc"' (PlerMa), Srar-Arfvecat Wednesday, Dcmbr II, IH4I



Christmas /Is ExtinctNEW Shopper Mrs. Jack Faints PoppeD .fainted

That Old Fashioned Party Grant while Store shopping Saturday.at the afternoonand W. T.

she and her husband wishto
old-fashioned Some say It was because of to file suits against But others find a simpler explanation just doesn't have the stamina to express their thanks to those
YORK (AP) The office That depends. The memories But the classic, the objections made by wives. ment for injuries and for the doom of the endure them, and the older gen- who assisted her and the child
celebration
Christmas party today Is In of the survivors of office Christmas office at least Christmas as it is fondly recalledby I Some say it was because of a I haps suffered at the manage-j I old-fashion office Christmas I eration doesn't have the streng ren while she was temporarily
about the same plight as the parties are as undependable many was somewhere in crowing tendency by employes on the way home party: the younger generation tb len to enjoy them properly. unconscious.
whooping crane. as those of the veterans of
It Isn't extinct but it's in other war, and a tendencyto between a Roman orgy, a Sioux
-
any
danger Many of young becoming people so.aged K to gory the years up the pass.picture developsas the scalping Bastille.raid, and the attack on,i P Poinsettia Most Colorful Yule Plant I II FROM LAKE TENT WALES TO, Fla.SANCTUARY(AP) -

of the following
Some, or all Stained glass windows have replaced -
JO have never seen a real old- Actually, in the old days .
fashioned office Christmas par- say a quarter of a century ago events Somebody might fulfilled happen:the dream A traditional Christmas plantIs I the Florida Agricultural ExperIment steam from the water damagethe drafts. the that canvas used to flaps surroundthe and
office Christmas parties the which displaysIts Stations, says that ooln- flowers. guy-ropes
many poinsettia
ty."What of lifetime anti nut gin in the Rev. Jack G. and
a The flowers stay'fresh Conely
were they really were so sedate that not one color during the holiday sea settlas can be used as cut flowers will for ,
like office water cooler. The alternate method Is to about three days If treated. his flock the Central Baptist
if first
? they ask curiously about member of the staff wound up around the home
At least 18 e.u .oyes went up singe cut end of the stem church.
Their life
son.The overa can be prolonged a
this time of broken treated to coagulate the plant'smilky
"Were black
with or
they
year. a eye which was Introduced -
to the boss and told him what poinsettia I flame for a second or two and day or two by adding plant nutrients The preacher and his congregation -
really as wild\ as the old-timers. bone. You might not even have sap, a'process which will
they really thought of him into the United States I.reduce then place the stem in cool wa to the water. about 80 strong held
lay they were? had to call the wilting.Two
cops. and the boss made a mental about 1830, is a popular seasonal ter. their' first service In a tent in
note to ,start off the New Year decoration because of its red- I methods may be used to Sheehan cautions homeownersnot 1953. This June, Conley and a
------- by giving! 15 merit decreases In hued leafy bracts. The bractsare I treat cut polnsettias. Immersethe Poinsettia flowers should be to place the flowers or potted membership swollen to 200
flTUSVILLE HIGH the pointed "leaves" which cut end of the stem in hot cut at least 18 to 24 hours before polnsettias near any air dedicated a new spired main
paIn attempts to break up one surround the yellow flower 'water for about one minute, they are to be used In arrangements ducts In the home where sanctuary and retired an interim -
TerrierTales fist fight, four more would Dr. Tom Sheehan, associate then place Immediately In cold says Sheehan. would dry and wilt they church structure to use as
start ornamental horticulturist wit I I water. Be careful not to let the Store in a cool place away from quickly. an education building.

Six middle-aged married men



DON BY HEMKE pool suffered the supposed By girls from 1C.p.m.ankle from to desktop end-the sprains by the stenographic to 7 party o'clock desktop.chasing was- RANTS HELPS YOU PLAY SANTA]


the place looked like It had

Stlence Dmw .triMcn Held been hit by a hurricane' and
the office boy was sent out for s with Christmas Gifts for the
Tituiville High Science Club sponsored a science demonstration four more bottles.
Monday in the auditorium. The demonstration, By midnight, the boss was CHRISTMAS HOURS-
entitled "Liquid Air", was given by Mr and Mrs. Wllllinu wearing mistletoe in his hair, OPEN DAILY list
of Duluth, Mlnn lota. The Minnesotsns demonstration proved had his arm around the Janitor,' ID A. M. 9 P. NI. men on your shopping

very interesting and educational, lasting about an hour. They and was promoting him to executive ;, SUNDAY 1-B P. Nt
told how liquid air was made, Its value, and did a number assistant t
of Interesting and remarkable At least five husbands didn't
very experiments. This demonstration 1.cif .
home until Christmas
attended get morn .
was by approximately 73 people and --- -
the teachers of the science department at T.H.S. ing1.
Annual Pictures for Clubs Taken One fellow had to be dissuaded -

This past week, the annual pictures for the various clubs from trying to cool off by flAiW
from the windowsill Grants Pennleigh'I
hanging by
and organizations at T'tusvllle' High were taken after school
r
Ills fingertips.
and at the clubs' meeting places. Among the clubs and A in miracle fabrics
whose taken the Science Another fellow wouldn't be e ,
organizations pictures were were / IMy
Club basketball Girls Athletic heard of until the third of Jan r 1 tiwa
Club, Spanish teams. Association MEN'S CASUAL
Beta Club, Honor Society, Key Club, Anchor Club, uary. Then a telegram would .
arrive from Montreal or Rio de' e
\
band chorus, TEC, and many others
Janeiro saying: "Where am 17. KNIT SHIRTS
Science Club N.wsThe Please send money."
Science Club met for Its weekly meeting last weekin The old-fashion office Christmas
room 14. The club was told various Information concerning party served many useful NEVER NEEDBLOCKING 1
school pictures. Also discussed was the appointing of a purposes in its heyday. + ii; y wc.J .
sergeant-at-arms. It was decided this is to be the perIOD It gave the Indoor peasantsone I
who talks the most st the previous meeting. During the day on which to blow off 3M '
meeting Mr Craig, T.H.S. electronics teacher, gave a lectureon days of accumulated steam. It
the use, value, and processes of electrophoresls. The club enabled the boss to find out
is having a Christmas party December 23, around the gym who really loved him for him-' k I A.Action-Sleeve Pullover wash
nasium and pool area At this party new members will be self, and who merely gave him l 'n wear Vycron polyester/cotton t
initiated. The form of Initiation is still a secret among the ip service the rest of the year.It C ,' f with full-movement undersleeve.
committee but we know what Mr. Don Godwin, club sponsor, made the girls feel more like S ii rr Solid colors.S-M-L. 2.99
told new members," wear old clothes; some you won't girls and less like typewriting .

need." robots. B. Action Sleeve Shirt-Joe StyleWaeh'nwearVycron'polyeeterJ aai; -
Christmas Dine The question arises then as to
these annual staff frolics
why
r Trim look button at the
cotton.
The Student Council Asioclatlon of Tltusvllle High will have practically died out. t +r I Grants-own Pennleigh
waist Insert pocket emblem. In
sponsor a Christmas Dane this Friday, December IS, at the : '
Tltusvlll High Cafeteria from I p.m. to midnight. The dines solid colors.S-M-L. 3.99 MEN'S LUXURY KNIT UNDERWEAR OF
will be free to all T.H.S. students and will have live music --

provided by a rock 'a roll band, the Competitors. _..::: vy ''I C. Italian-Inspired ShIrt-Jac I 'PIMA-PLUS' COMBED COTTON
Seniors Order OrsduatUn Announcements + :100 m washable acrylic never needs
The Titusvlllt High seniors have been ordering graduation locking Raglan sleeve, rib knit

Invitations this past week during their lunch hours and I, bac .Solid colors.S-M-L. 3.99 3 for 2.65Maximum
after school. The June graduates were selecting their Invitations 6.'
from several different styles. sBiWa \ ) D. Mitred-Srrlp, Trim Shirt-Joe
Bitty Lesfue I hall walk at liberty., 100%washable acrylic never needs
Mr. Frank Tomdale, assistant principal at Tltusvllle High, (Psalms 11,'In). blocking. He-man colors. S-M-L, quality Grants economy price.Softer,
has asked us to remind Future Terriers between the ages of It la through the presenceand ,.' 4.99 stronger, longer wearing. Each garment is cut full
I and 12 of the Bitty Basketball League held each Saturdayat power of the Christ with- for utmost comfort reinforced: for longer wear.Granlou'n .
the Tltusvllle High School Gym. This league, open to all la UI that we walk in liberty,
Christ
of
the
Spirit
boys in that age group, Is led by Mr Tomdale and membersof because limitation

bondage or
knows no
the high school vanity. Later on In the year this )lIlu and is ever strong, ever
is to play prior to the Tituiville High junior varsity borne victorious.
'
games, "

aaataaarararraataraaiera.rrraa rs.raameaaa.raa..rrrr.raweaaaaaaavtaa3HURRY Grant-oicn brandPENNLEIGH' f .

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: HURRY! Don't Delay r

That "SANTA" Man Is On Th. Way! STUDENTS' & MEN'S

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GIFT LINGERIE
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frees $4.00 .. $15.00 I JTRETCH-TO-FIT Pennleigh'

a tt aateeeeeeeweeaaeewiee.a /aarrtaa4arratavaaaartaataax: MEN'S SOCKS... HUGE SELECTION OF

GOWNS i tailored,wash and STAY-UP TOPS MEN'S GIFT NECKTIES
Slips by Artemis Gossard wear,year-round weight.
.rvihcd Nyton. Nytat .r CtttwtDscrvna
'JI j Wrinkle resistant For.
Pull Slips, Half Slips wide Renee trait polyester-cotton.
of C.l", All II.... :IE d LOO
4.00 Colors.Sizes:Ivy 29 to 4i only ". $l lWhat
E HALF SLIPS . $3.00 to $8.00 ; inns T.I .11..1 only
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FULL SLIPS . $4.00 to $9.00
FINEST HOSIERY DreM and sport styles in

i,.' "............................... .y! IRKSHIM I Orion aery lie-stretch nylon
I i arysaaaaar.rraararraaraaaCabby blend. Favorite col a wonderful way to say Merry Christinas.* If
1 ore One size fits 1013. We have material
Ireoks and ( 5 PERSONALIZED a fNK'71 type, ,dreign.Choose many
Macshwe ClattlctBLOUSES SPORTSWEAR 8 ASSISTANCE for him..you're sure to find several hell want!

r 1: h I WITH YOUR OlfT I

SHOPPING IS STIll "
Bobby Brooks, F7 'l GRIFFIN w Granu PtnnMgh*
$$3,95 T. $7.95 it r AVAILAtjll .t WATT. '
1t Catalina WOODS wlitt a I r FITTED 100% IAMBS WOOL
iaaraataatriatrevr. .) ::' ... Wolftoiu a I ,. i COAT SWEATER FOR
Arnel. TrUcttafe. Decree.L.4[\ :.. Pauline Grave I SHINEMASTER It
Pelyeitor, and Cettwt.GLOVES. end Amy Roes i try;* L*. f STUDENTS, MEN

aaaratrrraatatriai. SLACKS 1 Sherry Bate : '
,
.L SKIRTS I Vicki Cab Wad Lea a 1 ::= : ONLY 5.95 MEN'S CIBHOH only 6.99

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.y Diwn.ll SWEATERS y WSOUMOC
Mary J**<* Tfc* <,M.iIMIa "! -- In Oak Box, 2 each:
$2 00 $4 00 In struck fabrics aisle Batwifu. 'rj 3.99 o FulleomforUbbnt
T. In a wW cUr .lactiM. I Grate WaNwMd Cloths Brushes only I .j.I Medium grey char

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turf The Spirit of the SeasonlOur! HOLIDAY. DRESSES Cap

Bobby Brooks Henry LM Ptltmatr My net I. : I [ M MOMT DOWN. ,M sereasrxnsatorsr '1lI(. 'T. G-R.AN'T: CO. PIRTIi PLAZA I !

Gay Gibson Cover Girls and Many Others i Y F SHO"NOCINTUhp ,

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Wednesday, December U, 1U4

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WHOLE OR HALF TALMADGE

i Country Ham Lb. 79' #, U.S.D.A.Broad Breasted Grad. "A" Quick FrozenTURKEYS

I SWIFT PREMIUM

Canned Ham 4 Lb. can $2 98 GRADE

HORMEL

I Canned Ham 3 s259 :\
Lb. Con :
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BONELESS BREAST 4 THIGH MEAT Gr 'A'Trot. ', t

Drive with both hands firmly Turkey Roast ? u>. 98'GRADE 18 22

grasping the driving wheel. POUNDS
,,j This prepares you for whatever 'A" QUICK FROZEN 4.6 Ib. ovg r t : 1 3 3
quick action is required. One- Young Ducks 49' I I
handed drivers or "fingertip" u,. LB.

drivers cannot adequately handlE GR. 'A. QUICK FROZEN 4-6 Ib. W.D HEAVY
an emergency that requires
I split-second swerving of the car Baking Hens Lb. 39' :: : r
out of danger or holding the car ,, ,, \ "
to the road. Don't relax at the PHILADELPHIA BRAND \. u.;: .' 4 .:. ;
wheel Driving is serious busi Cream Cheese 29 "'; : 1'o 17
ness. 3-22 8otPka. "". :c--

SINGLETON PEELED t DEVEINEDShrimp .' :'-.,,::. ....atv "p POUNDS 39

i \ IB:THE NINTH CIRCUIT Y.rl'TcPl 12-or, Pkg. 89' "7"- /
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i I or BREVARD. iTATJC GRADE 'A QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN ....
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lOr FLORIDA G"P; -II "" :
I IN CHANCERT NO Pm1ONATIONAL .. P
I LIrE INaURANCK Chicken Gizzards Lb 29' .'
|I COMPANY a Varmoot Plaintiff ootD on, ?ft.

I JAMES u CAMPBELL and DOR. t
"-Hlf P. CAMPBELL. bla wire.
:> or ni.it o..reodaol.l.OTIII .
ATE or FLORIDA TO:
Jamea L Campbell and
_- Porotby Healdenoe P.VDkoo..oD04 Campbell hi* wife BEEF SALE THRIFTY Reg, 2/39 OCEANSPRAY
all partial claiming lataraat
.1, &lIrou.b, under or a.aln.& '
lb. laid Jamea L. Campbell and Sauce
__>orotny p, Campbell kli wife. .
land all partlea Sauce
bavin or claiming
Cranberry Cranberry
I to'lava any right. till. or lot.,..&
I iBlent In the* real tnareon properly heroin'wllb dritrlbeil Improve.. W.D BRAND CHUCK
I rut AND EACH or YOU
I Ibai hereby been take filed aotlua I..|ON(that you a In ault tbe

I I the above lull ailed la to Court.forecloae Tb. nature Ibat "rem o( Roast 481. REG.43d
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Jack Sexton, who has a 21.,! third quarter the Terriers had with two more by Cowart anda But, with 1:08: left in the game. the Terriers moved ahead by points
per game scoring average, and once again strengthened their free shot by Jerry Hightowerfor New Smyrna Beach pulled two points. Scoring FG FT TP
Cowart Terriers second lead to 33-44, but, it was in the an 8 point margin. ahead, for the first time all evening Cowart scored on a field goal I Sexton 11 2 24
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fourth quarter where New Smyrna Lawrence and Shlnholster Hightower fouled out and and was fouled on the play making Cowart 6 9 21
gun with a 137 average, put together their best effort scored on two separate outside Toms hit the free shot to pull his foul shot and giving Ti. .Thomas 5310
dropped in last minute buckets of the evening. Jump shots and With 2:17 lest his team within one point of a tusville a $ point advantageas Nankivil 224
here Tuesday night and led the Alter Titusville missed two in the. game, Titusville held a tie ball game, at 6059, how the game ended. Knowles 102
17IHb scoring with a combined total : rebounds, a free shot and two four point, 57-53 lead. ever, Toms managed to get a Lawrence was high point man ,Johnson 102
field goals, New Smyrna slam. rebound and hit two for New 21 Hightower 101 1HANGS
n of 46 points to defeat New Smyr Cowart later added two more points on a Smyrna scoring
med in six straight points and points from under the basket lay-up and New Smyrna took
na Beach 65-61. narrowed Titusvllle's lead to on- the lead at 61-60.
wil6OhH' This was Titusville's third win ly 3 points, 4845. Sexton hit two following a rebound, to once Mike Knowles hit two from
of the season with only one from the corner to give the Ter again pull the Terriers ahead the corner, a technical foul I
loss, riers a 9 point lead, followed by 7 points. was called on New Smyrna and
New Smyrna, undefeated in

:two brand outings of ball, played- the Tltusville's fast racehorse Boy With No Legs Gets GrantCINCINNATI (

1\ : type action, partially ref i aq [ '
fen* Hugh. SH UtoIt's lying on the fast break and a I 1tAYSr, 5 'i'0 ,
I good; defensive unit. However, (AP) Mrs.A being honored by the National on both offense and defense this
not often a coach has to put up with what John Gaines did I the Terriers, who missed a large B. (Dolly) Cohen has never Football Hall of Fame banquet I year t vd rue:
tills year, but Tuesday afternoon all thoughts of a somewhat I percentage of their shots met 17.year-old Jack Rice, but recently in New York. I Mrs Cohen Is planning to !
Weary football season dimished for a few moments I throughout the game, managedto "I think he's a great kid." "My first reaction in readingthe meet Rice, his parents, five sisters .
He was in better spirits Tuesday than he's been since football I stage off A last minute rally "I'm tremendously interestedin story was well, to be left and his high school principal
season ended three weeks ago. after holding onto several comfortable the boy and his ability to face without legs would be ]Just like Larry Gump, In Cincinnati
He was all smiles and had a good reison Charlie Muggins, leads. a world In which other people living in a world in which all the sometime after Christmas "I'm
1 boy who begin working under Galnes three years ago, signed Sexton, the games high point would think the lights have gone sunshine had been extracted,'" anxious to meet them and I'm
man, scored 24 points on 11 out," says Mrs. Cohen she said. having a big party," she said.
a four football grant In aid scholarship with Florida State
year
field goals and two free throws, Jack was the defensive guardfor "I don't know If anything has A widow, Mrs. Cohen said she
University. John was right there to witness the signing
dropping in 13 points In the the Barrackville, W.Va., affected me more than that story was Interested in Rice "from a i
"That" make a coach almost is proud as having a winning first hald ant 11 In the final two ,High School football team this I had a broken arm one year standpoint of knowing people
Games chuckled"This
Stason, periods season-although he has lost and thought the world had cometo who play football, or any spoils,
however Is not Galnes' first scholarship boy Its actually The Terriers, staging a good both legs below the knees an end" that it gives them somethingthat
his fourth. It started with George Hall and Butch Majors, defense with Cowart, securing Mrs. Cohen, Cincinnati philan Young Rice lost his legs in a others don't have.
then Dean Lou, ill of whom are going to Memphis State, and most of the rebounds, pulled thropist has given young Rice a railroad accident eight years "It teaches them to win and "'
lOW hugging Joe Mance, is also at West Point, however, he's Into a 1911 first quarter lead, $1,000 college scholarship with ago but has won three letters in lose. I don't know of anything .
on an appointment, something similar to a grant then had their lead chopped to "no strings attached football at Barrackville, He
Looking over the season several weeks ago, while selecting only 6 points difference at half. Mrs. Cohen said she first wears plastic sleeves on the finer than clean sports. But
our All.County football team, Gaines said, "It was a long sea time.With learned of Rice from an Associated stumps of his legs, with rubber scholastic standings come first,
son" two minutes left la the Press story about him feet attached. He played guard of course." 5 b fr Y.' ,n i1y j
Exactly what did he mean by a "long season?"
We recall the Sanford opener like it was only yesterday Of
course, Titusville had no business holding a team like Sanfordto
13 points, but the Seminoles made few mistakes, enough to
keep Titusville rolling, Fans thought then, it was going to be a
good season for the Terriers.But .
no one can forsee the problem ahead
TltusviUe's main problem was keeping 11 starting players In
food physical condition
I.ThIs, they couldn't do, and by the second game of the season ----
tt was beginning to show TROPHY-Terry Enyart, 13-year-old son
Cocos Beach, nicknamed the "Minutemen", fired like Saturn 4t" of Mr, and Mrs. Toby Enyart is pictured as he hangs
J's at the Terriers Literally "whomped" them In the first half, LpRIq the Little League Major Division Hall of Fame
\but apparently, a John Galnei.type Knute Rockne pep talk during R1rrR plaque in the League's trophy case at Sand Point
intermission put the spark In Titusville to pull the gamt out of the ( Terry played with the Little League Cubs two sea
sons ago and was selected as the first Hall of Fame
boleA week later, with Injuries galore, Titusville played arch athlete Each year a boy will be selected from the
rival Cocoa. r' senior and Major Divisions and their names placedon

One collegiate coach once said, we believe It was before the ERs: wa %RlC ; the plaques.-S-A. Photo.
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annual Army-Navy clash, something to the effect of "today's -
fcame will be the most Important single event In your life," That's .
about the situation between Tituiville and Cocoa each year,
Hut, an extra point made the difference In a tie ball game
and a loss, The Terriers got a loss
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From Unit moment on Gaines had his hands full His startIng P ARIE'RS Lt1HIfR9 ; ERRtf REMODEyour
backfield wit limping. Everyone that II, except fur a Junior
fullback. I ..
A trouncing of Lyman seemed to help some, because the following h/
/ week, Tltuavllle tied Melbourne, Colonial put the clamps /
on Titusville, something terrible we might add, victory over Eau
d'allie, then three straight louses to really end the season with r living room
your
a bang I y1 ,r PY PYU
Overall, It wnn't a bad season, especially the first half, which, family room or bedroom
after five games had pissed, they had only one lOll to their '
credit. It was thosi last five games that put a kink In the Ter with GEORGIAPACIFICREAL
riers' drooping tills. I- PANELING
But, the first half season should have been the bad half WOOD

Titusville, technically speaking, should have been able to de. f, Remodeling is fun when you UM G.oraiaP.clflc', rill
feat Seabreeze, DcLand and Eau G.llle. If they were healthy hand)
hwow. wood ptnf ling. Large 4'.1' penile l are so ty to
But, look it that first half schedule There's Sanford, Cocoa quick to instill mike any room brighter, mort
and Melbourne Thais a tough way to start oft a football cam livMbltl, SM us today and choose from It prtnnishcd,
paign. I hirdwoodi-ftmlly'proof finish for lasting Meaty,

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I TITUSVILLE HIGH VARSITY TERRIERS-From, Jack Saxton; Jerry Hightower; Jerome ; as-I NEW U.S. 1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY
left to right, front row is David Nankivil; Taylor back row, Ray Cowart and Bill McBride. SeA I II
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Another round of contact work U Of MiamiKen dash in about 10 seconds was I ,." .
was planned today for the Aln voted the outstanding player In I :
bama football team, which tv- llutihcrmm, and Bobby Brevard this year by coaches'
turned to work In pads TUI'Iid.IY Drake both all-county athletes and spoils! writers and also

spirit with "a lot of enthusiasm and ,I from scholarship Satellite football Beach grants received to served County as team.taptaln of the All. I May We Su 99 est ,. S3 to giver I

Assistant Coach Sum Baileysaid the University i>f Miami this Drake k cy
the national champions put week another all-county
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.. Devils will be after their third Gantt, Hettie Alfreda High loom Mrif: ftortnaon'ii .. RII'.. H.ILhte II IJr.HI.h Individual ......, Pal MI Teen N 4 J4
I decoys on those dead calm da)' Gives the decoys some life I Wr1&ht. MuTlnc *. .to..... M9H1 M.cbl. .lark. 415: CI...... V..Clo".I.. Ptaraom Foul.nm. z: 10 .
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hunters the opportunity to catch a fish. : ,
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Fishermen might also try another tip. Instead of using ordinary A* litre Day ferChrtitiMlSkefflftf OpfN AUv I
the first game with the boys C
porkrlnds try dicing them red. Don't ask us why fish Ukeed contest following. DAyUNDAI'IT
I porkrlnds but they do. Coach Curley Edmondson's
Deer hunters, here's one for the books. Carry a can of black Blue Devil's have a record ol
pepper while hunting. When a deer is shot and cleaned, sprinkle one win and one loss after
silfes with pepper to keep blow flies away. splitting a home away series
Want to train a retriever Simply throw a ball. Lead the with Clermont. Both the Blue
[dog to the ball and put it in his mouth. Lead him back to where Devils and Devilettes lost In
I you started. Toss again and keep repeating Soon the pup will their encounters against Clergy;
(catch on. mont, however managed to YIn
Got a dog who likes to run and roam while on hunting trips win the games on their home I'' Golden Gift Tin
i Simple matter to help solve. Overfeed the dog before hunting courts. 5.IB.FRUIT CAKE
( This will sometimes help in slowing down an exhuberant young Boys team won 49-42 here I Lf
pup who Wants to roam far and wide. Monday evening and the girls Rum it butter 98 CUTTERS
team were victorious 23.21. I
Fishing picked up considerably at Titusville Pier during the High point man for Gibson
weekend. was Senior William Lewis with
Sumlin said several 14 points followed with Charles clI
Wayne good catches of trout have been .
Miller, with 12 .
Junior points.Also 1.
reported and some red fish '
playing with the Blue BATHVLORPOW DER
,Sue Daniels caught 8. trout on live shrimp last week with the Devils is Ernest Fender. {'.'. ,
largest going 14 pounds.Frank -
senior; Benjamin Bailey, J'9' and lull
and Sharron Frowiess of 402 Julia caught 4 trout with (Where QUALITTS High u AgrdrransaortRbmafe TSt
senior William Shivers2"
ODe tipping the scales at 3Vi pounds 'Junior;; Robert Bentley IT >r I with fluffy puff !la ,
Several drum catches have been reported Larry SumUn achumingpu4.ge.
senior: Randy Scott, 59" Junior ,
caught one on shrimp that weighed T pounds ; Fred Harvey sophomore i I t
Allcnhurst Fish Camp report fishing was only fair during Sir; wayne Gantt aophmore, 4 +

the past week.A 10"; and Sam Miller, 11" soph- Goodies! ] / '
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visitor vacationing in the states from Beirut Lebanon more. I rtd
caught 128 trout weighing up to 4 pound Playing on the first string 21/2-Lbs.Yule Candy
Other weekend guest mostly hunters, managed to come back Devilettes is Beverly Marshall, Electric
Hard mixture 1
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Terrier Junior Varsity Loses ,in Goodrich the game.led New Smyrna u"I N 10 -
'scoring with 21 points, while V q. I amttrol ono SHULTON GOODGROOMING Famed SCRIPTO
Vance Elswick scored II for
Close One To New Smyrna Beach the Terrier Junior Varsity. v TRIO
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basketball team, held the lead quarter held were tied 18-18 at I; and Grimm I. + after shave lotion! large fuel tank.. 344
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I Indian River.CiWS' : : Titusville News Barry Boosts Ceremony On Thursday To Mark



Baby Shower ment, Buster and Bessie Paul- Miami To Win
Johns Lock ConstructionGovernor
A shower was given In honorof _...; :.. ...-1.M. ., ;. .N""I"f.-. ey decided to come to this area St.
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Mrs. Edith Pope, of 315 t: ,1' because the doctors recommended
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Stuart Avenue by Mrs. ">I' ". fr .irnf 0<(0. a warm climate for his Over SI. MaryMIAMI Farris Bryant will County Chamber of Commerce Stokes Landing in the Sl Johns

Frankle Baker and Mrs. Marilyn .. < ; '. .. many infirmities. They live a drive a bulldozer across the also will be participants In the I River, inland to the site of the
Klndsvater on Dec. 8 at t ,1 j sheltered and refined life. He (AP) Miami'i Rick of the Sl Johns Lock in brief lock ceremony. first lock. The lock contract,
span
205 Swift cannot work at anything much, Barry was slow In warming I
Mrs. Baker's home at < but his up Putnam County on Thursday City, county and state officials awarded recently by the Corpsof
keeps and
area
yard Tuesday night but collected 3D
Avenue all the state Engineers, Is the largest
(Dec. 17) at 2 p m. signalingthe from over
Guests enjoyed playing charades .. "' 1 spit and span. His life is points after he got rolling to start of construction on the and particularly along the routeof I single contract awarded so far
happy after all the
delicious ordeals he help the Hurricanes win an 89 V7
and eating the ..... has been basketball first of five navigational lockson the barge canal are expectedto on the 1158 million canal stretching
through. over St.
game Mary'sof
refreshments of ice cream from Jacksonville to
the Cross Florida Barge attend the program, along
California i
cake, mints, nuts and coffee. Canal.) with a number of citizens from Yankee town.
Mrs. Pope received many The game was 12 minutes old the Putnam area. Contracts awarded oa the
gifts such electric it. Louis Makes before Barry scored. He sank 11 The bulldozer swath the County
beautiful as by At the conclusion of the ceremony barge canal total $8.5 million
from the floor and 17 of 24 from
baby food plate, blankets, car Governor will climax\ a brief the combined firms of and several other contracts are
teat, sweater sets and pajama the free throw \line, hitting the ceremony at the site of the Brookfield Construction Co., scheduled to be awarded earlyIn
Last Minute last 10 in a row
acts The hostesses gave her Bid 1965 for other of the
t' The Hurricanes came from 'S-% million construction job. Inc., and Baylor Construction phases
free diaper service for two ."
weeks. led 37-32, The California! mony at the lock site is about start work on the 600-foot-long Promoters of the barge canal
The guests present were: 9 'f 4N Player ChangeThe team led by 11 points at one eight miles southwest of and 84-foot-wide navigation lockIn emphasized that the St Johns
Helen Stone from Orlando, Putnam The lockis Lock is to the
point In the game. Palatka just off State Road 19 County ceremony open
Helen Crumpton, Annette Raw- Af V to be constructed on a public and expressed hopes that
world champion St. Louis After three ties In the second Major Gen. A. C. Welling, ,
ley, Lois Sale, Peggy Jacobus, half, Miami's Rick Jones stole a Division Engineer for the U. S. "plug" of earth stretching :many people would turn out for
Helen Shepard, Dale Jones, Ida Cardinals have turned Tito pass> fed it to Barry who sank Army Corps of Engineers'South about one quarter of a mile the program.
Belle BUckley, Sue Erickson, Francona into a last.minute it, and the Hurricanes went Atlantic Division and between two excavated sectionsof

Carol Sauerback and Arlene Cinderella, acquiring the veter- ahead to stay.Abner Robert Webb of the Putnam the barge canal. r-Diamond Gifts
Boudreaux. an outfielder from Cleveland I Since President Johnson officially

Buster W. and Basalt Faulty I Just before the clock struck launched construction of For EveryoneJay
Now CMion midnight Tuesday and ended Haynes Receives "Come- the barge canal at a giant Bee JewelersIndian
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Pope Jr., major league baseball's Inter- ceremony last February, a two-
of 315 Stuart Avenue, announcethe Next Saturday night, Dee 19, live at 125 Court Street, and mile length of the barge canal River Plot
birth of their second son, Teen-Town will hold a Christ- have been here since November league trading period. Back-Qf-Year" Football AwardNEW has been completed from BNB Mombor
Jeffrey Allen, on Dec. 12 at mac dance with all the pro 1962. On arrival here, they The Francona transaction, In
1:45: am. at the Jess Parrish ceeds going to the Susan Manning purchased a lot where they now which the Indians will get a
Memorial Hospital. He weighed Fund. Music. will be furnhed live\ and Pauley contracted at player to be named later in ad. YORK (AP) Abner yards to prove he was back In DINO'S RESTAURANTSPAGHETTI
7-lbs l-oz. at birth and was 20- by the "Trademarks," an the Cape for one of the houses Ition to an unannounced Haynes, the American Football business. II
inches long. orchestra from Orlando. All to be moved from Merritt amount of cash, was the 13th League's first big name, won a This was the man who was HOUSE
parents are invited to attend Island some two years ago. made during the month.long new honor Wednesday when he the league's Player of the Year. ITALIAN SPECIALTIES: Antipasto lasagne Ravioli
PIn.M Surprise this Christmas dance. The house did not cost much, period In which National :and was named winner of the ComeBack In 196q as a rookie when he also Manlccottl Sciloppln '111'.
With nine children, 50 grand. but U cost him UOOO.OO to get American league clubs can -of.the-Year award of the was the leading ground gainer The Best Sub
children and three Girl Scout News the house moved from Its former trade with each other. AFL by. an Associated Press and scored 19 touchdowns in
greatgrand SPECIAL Stoik i Spaghtttl Lunchton ....... '7c
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children there Basic Leadership Training for location to his lot. This how ,regular-season play in 1962.:!
are always surprises
at the home of Norman Girl Scouts and Brownies In this ever, was done, and now they Including the player to be delivered Haynes, 26, started the season In the voting of the 24-mnn Every Wednesday A Sunday Small Ch.... Pizza tSc
and Carrie area will take place on Jan. 12, have a well tended lot and a by the Cardinals, 31 with Kansas City as a split end, committee, three from each .
Moody, of 123 players will have changed unl- in for the injured Chris Ua. n I MILER "I}. OJ' IIA"A CAtUWA'BIILLWOOD. : :
Pineda Drive, and the most 14, 22 and 29, '1965 from 100; beautiful home filling league city, Haynes drew seven : I'LA
forms. In addition, eight more Burford. Coach Hank ,Strain
till 12:00 Training votes, Glenn Bass, Buffalo split
a.m. noon.
: The both from
Pauleys come
pleasant recently was the surprise ORDERS TO TAKE OUT AT ALL TIMES
II players have been shuffled in had talked of using him at
requires 15 hours of work. Charleston W, Va. have end, and Babe Parllli, Boston'sveteran
visit from Norman's son, They ,
four other trades since the 1964 flanker behind Frank Jackson. Now THI' *lM A.M. KiM .M., al. 'TIL MIDXIOHT
Bill, from Yardley, Pat Bill Now is the time to call Kitty one daughter, Mrs Howard baseball season ended. Curt McClinton apparently had quarterback, each received HIT VSTIL 4AM. acre ItPM-MM TEL. H'-".'
flew In on Sunday and took his Swager, 2(77568 before 8:00: Faison, of 2741 Country Lane, 1 usurped his old job at running four votes.
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parents to dinner In Orlando p.m or Mrs. Thelma Goland, In the Whispering Hills Sectionof The Cardinals grabbed Fran. back. -
and spent several days with 676902 after S.OO: pm. for an Tilusvllle. The Falsons ona to beef up their bench Abner moved Into the back-
them, and It Just happened to interview about Basic Leadership have two young sons. strength after a couple of tradesIn field as soon as Burford was
be Us dad's birthday too. Training. Taking I the Buster worked for the the past week depleted their healthy and showed much of his
course docs not mean that the Owens-Illinois Glass Companyfor supply of outfielders. while
old dash and drive gaining
Little League Party student is obligated to takeover 30 years When World War I Charley James was traded to 652 yards on 124 carries in the / Gas Service
In lieu of the regular monthly a troop, but It would benice 11 began, he was drafted and after Cincinnati along with pitcher first 13 games. Anywhere'E E

meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary if anyone with spare time all the preliminaries, he, at Roger Craig for Reds' pitcher The first day Haynes returnedto I
to the Indian River City could put It to good use by the age of 34, found himself In Bob Purkey and outfielder the backfield the Chiefs were I

Little League, a Christmas helping Troops get ready for the 18th Infantry Regiment, Johnny Lewis and pitcher playing the Oakland Raiders. ft I a f ,y m f
Party will be held at the homeof the girls that are waiting to enter Company "K" of the United Gordon Richardson were sent to Abner ran 12 times for 196 yards

their president, Mrs. Dorothy States First Army, which wentto the New York Mets for pitcher and caught five passes for 117! I
McCoskey, 200 Keats Avenue, Volunteer Trainers of Citrus Europe after "D" day. Tracy Stallard.
on Wednesday evening, Dec. 10, Council are Alice Comparato Buster says when they went
at 7:30: p.m. and Helen Durian, both 'of In- over, he landed In Scotland, Francona, a 30-year-old left-
All Auxiliary members are dlan River City If anyone's and then after "D" day entered handed hitter, hit .248 for Cleveland -
invited to attend. Gifts not to daughter Is waiting to get into Germany via the City of Aachen last season with eight homers
exceed $2.00 will be exchanged. a i Girl Scout or Brownie troop which Is the Teutonic name and 24 runs batted In. I
and she Is going into the 2nd of this city, better known aswill
Hurt In Accld.nt grade next September, she I Alx La Chapelle of Napoleon's The ended Inter-league with 13 trading period ill w ,
major
Claude Graham, of 311 Boye be eligible for Brownies. It to I day. From Aachen, his regl clubs having completed at league lean tone
Avenue, had an accident on the! wise to lake training now. ment went to towards Berlin .
transaction. All but font
job at Cape Kennedy last Mon. KHIy V>wajtrn/> iUe) Brown. and In a Battle,near Berlin, he. American League clubs New, "Most iR
day and is In Wuesthoff Hospl.. les and Senior Girl Scouts and I. got shot-"It- wll1t' machine gun butcher* :Iftrld
York, Detroit, Baltimore and rather wait ,
tal, Room 204, with a back injury ., Mrs,,-'T' elma; 'tjpland has the wounds In txAh shoulders and Kansas made on newiyv.d*-
have
He is expected to be! Junior,,,dirt: 'Sdouu t Ind.lb.,. e tn"' hs) 'chest, ,As a matter of, least one City deal-since the end of at I price they don't used to remember be" .. .what.
there for 10 days or more. Cadet. fact he WM left on the battle- the season j
-. field for dead,but the Medical
Troop 371, Boy Scouts Rocrtotlon. And Building Corps picked him up and her f sn.vK..r..r..e..ovrrc l .... ra enarcvt.srrK.rlaw..; Ai oYPt/1.. '

Troop 370, Boy Scouts of fOn Information given b y I r survive* He'JS the holder o r SHOP YOUR DOWNTOWN \!
America of Indian River City, Ralph Carter Brevard Count)I r the Purple Heart Decoration,
sponsored by the Methodist Recreation Director, plans are i and Infantryman's Badge for 4 TAPPAN CALORIC- NARDWICK

Church, met last Monday even being made for laying out t coo Distinguished Conduct
Ing at the Church for the Jttle League fields south 01 f lie went from one hospital U J JI i
regular weekly meeting. Imperial Estates Subdlvisloisoon another and finally was evacuated 5 m EJmm GET MORE for your MONEY

The meeting was opened by after the first of the year. back to the States Final. .rM o ,
Dave Champion, the Junior Asslstant ., It will be remembered tha t ly, almost a year from the time
Scoutmaster Mr. Gary, Indian River City's Teen-Tow n he was wounded, he went back during our FABULOUS.
The Fai silly Store .
Woods, the Scoutmaster had i I Club was given an acre of lam d home to Charleston. Ills con r

discussion about the party this by the County Commissioner I dltion was such that he could I 5 GIFTS FOR EVERYONE! a

Troop will have next week. Home year* ago In this locality, hardly work but his loyal com J S.rsz..vr.rltat.r.ar.'C'r 'c...................Y'1 a BONUS RANGE SALEJUST
Mr. Woods spoke to the buy I and as soon<< an a road Is bull t pany put him to work anyway
on the subject of Discipline;i to the site of the new ball Ias he says himself they "found SOLID OAK Varnltl i Finish 2 a

then he staged a drill for the, parks, Teen.Town director I me a job." He held this M I ; g TABLE and 2 C HAIRS $$4 99 a LOOK AT THESE TERRIFIC BONUS VALUES I Ik
buys, at attention, at case,, have set tentative plans to bulk d till he had 30 years of service | Rogular M.M
about face, etc. their own recreation hail, com I' with them and then retired 1r I In
Dick Woods told the Trout, plcte with all facilities, on the IMI. V .iaNNNNNNNANNNNNNN.N NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNIaLay.Awa7

about the Camp-out next Jan land in that area. In the meantime his daugh- 5 OPEN EVENINGS 1: Until Doc. 24thlni ij
uary. Arrangements were mad S At the present time, Teen er, Mrs. Faison had married
for boys to pass their 2nd and Town, only formed in 1958, nov and come to live with her husband { Corns With t.n A 'readNNa.aNNNANN.NNaNNNNNNNNI. (
1st Class requirements. has the sum of 16300.00 In tin e In Titusville. After retire' kaNNNNN)1NaaNaNNNNaaNN Pt9
There will be no meeting or building fund. -- -
Dee: 28, due to the Christina Several citizens in this area dIT'S rnr--
vacation. Interested in ''the well being o, 4jJ I

Patrol menus for the Camp. teen'agcrs. will no doubt hell]
out are to be in within three finance the building of a suitable *
weeks. hall for them. LIKE MAGIC. i iLet I
No-8ti.k Cooking T..hto.Beyling
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FAMOUS TEFLON-LINED COOKWARE :
T"n-Town Club Heme Seen No-fl*
The Indian River City Teen Cadet Joe Mance son of Mr', SS
Town Club held Its usual Sal. and Mr. Carl T. Mince of 20 other magician aay. "AbucadlbuS.nla\ prefers the*.)

urday evening dance last Sat, Harrison Street, who is at th magic word . AMAZING NEW
urday night at the Civic Cenle r U. S. Military Academy at Wes f *
with some 222 members pre Point, N. Y., 1s due back fo GAS GRILLS -:
tent his Christmas Vacation "
e Music was furnished by I a week Joe says that beci lib =
youth band from Orlando, called .. the Army won the Foutba "CHRISTMAS CLUB!

the "Icemen"Chapcrones Game OVer Navy the cadet .' LAZY MAN PATIO
for the events I are being given! earlier lei< ,
were: Jean Bay, Millie Coch I' and he intends spending It i It SS '1 I.. GAS GRILL CERCOR PORTABLE I

rane Jackie, Betty and Ed.and Merriam Joe Pond Barbara I, home visiting his many friend I. And so will you, when you see how ,., 1: GAS BROILER-GRILL ;

and Bill Boa and Le Ito' Pautoy Family I
Hay Buster W, and Bessie Paulc y d* easy it is to save a little every week, "CHARCOAL B80XLXNQ 1C1 KMT-OM grllb light

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NIALIT: and (In.) 4MTM ., (_I..".* ,nl.r.H In Ik. Compl.lnt. ORANGES. FINEST Nsvela.Paraon Popular Srlvnc $& II SlerseMISCELLANEOUS

: > ALAN NEALET: elairla.sad In Ck.noory. notion No. NMI Tab iiMIc. kll k. wklloli4no Pmwai. pink crape- book,. 10 Claiilca.I J'7. ______
11715a. In Ill Clntult I Court
ill wrtlri now 55V41.st no. ...k wwl (or (nur .
k.v .ny ".111. till*.. 'P ,.. .( ..4 (or Brtr4 County,, Florid. 5515 ...... In ,... Tlluorl11.on.o.Else trust South lake MTM04.1W4 I : CHAIRS
.. Ik Ik* krprty bows. ... .. A4VOI.I. Tltuivlll. Flnrld. CHRISTMAS BEAOLES: AKC bird 1'.... doll bda. boo.....
DATED THIS LllaP .1 D.o5mb DONS AND ORDERKD ., Tltuivlll IIONDA ISO like new I4TI I males 1 ftmal |Jt each desk, fan croquet eat, ate.
ARC koroky ..tlfl4 tknt '. INS.CVIITIS. .. "'0""., hl. at .., *fNo air.Dew. zeT.oas.
.. .. U (_1... S "1.1). R BARNES: *..ikor. IkMClmull 2 blocks west or 401. off Gar*
."."..b."., "' 11I..r' CI.,.. .( Ik* Circuit CourtBy ( Court H.llCurtl. WESTERN SADDLE SM. 1 IIGIRLS* rd bike with Irala- den 13 North .....no,*. Air-
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.. r"I1t: J. COLLEGE o.""'?: ClrkDPAN M C.un M.rnoL. Ur.CI5,1Clnull tn4 Orange and whit kite... t. tag whttla. $12. 271121. conditioned 4 bedroom!
A NO. ONE. AN"tIU'ON.: RI PN. sassy, Florid.. give an ay. MTIU4.S7 hoops, double earporle, $ to
1 Z0k Ik* nut Ibsa.f 55 ror4t4 .A LOWNOBB' I, 11.'". Millrtrnuly TOY POODLE "' '''',. whit.. 7 evening I noon to 7 S tur
PIN Bk 14, .M* I BMr4e ., BnvkM IJ Boot ('..1..1 Bulver4DI4 a....M T K.llv. Ill
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twos H..rb "''ftltIaDH.
fRogtr keep. telling me ........1'... suit. sad 1.s u5 .. I II. M 'W'" 1 I"'.
I ,* ,. orrr* COOT 01 rovr THE: CIRCUIT rot'RT or
are *..' to Iko Complklnt .. tk. THE: NINTH JtniCIAI CIR
.. .11....,., .*. 4on AND POR BREVARD
; .* O.y. P. O. B*> ....,. Or- COUNTY
1 *, n...... sad I* (II* Ik. flVlJlltlj'J: NO *M4TOl I Star-Advocate Classified Ads IDEADLINB
GIRLS FIND PURPOSE .. ., web A....' w111 lbw "O"'fll TO 11551511:
.( Ik* .", ...M\ Ctnull Mr. D..UI.. A. M..".
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LIMA, Ohio (AP) Their ..".,. 1.... If yo. loll I* 4* 55,15. A.... Cellternh --

priest at St. Gerard's, the Rev. : .k '.-r1.pats.for Ik.will r 1I ko.( tr* koroky.. MR.."DOUGLAS" tad k MARTIN Ptlllnor AnimalsGIVE For Rant For Rent
Theodore Heyburn. C. SS. R., Cm Ulnt. ( A4tlk ku. .Mon (11.4 S .... I>.. Bolor -
SKI..5511 k: *.511...4 .,.1.., y1I. sad y.s Ire N. "."II..tI.. fur W.4. A
Contends "there'i an awful lot k was. for (our **niMUilv .utr4 I* 5.r k ***y *f you'nwr FrU II A.M. .." For Mon.Public .
pf talent among our teenagers .U in Tke. TliiMvlll Bi.rD7 M klo.dln* t* Ik. PN'ale.' ,lion AWAY KITTENS II TOld
and UIIo.'H ..> It-, A4*.llon I. Ik. Pl.lnllfri WANT AD RATE Dlxla, Hwy Ml.",. DUPLEX rOR LINT ITORI IMCB POR RINT
three senior girls 4 'tkl. aitk 4.y., N.r> Altrnr PITTI. MORTON A S ..*.ta rr ward
from Central Catholic High 1544, TEPHBNB **4 (lie Ik* *.rlelsslsS.N Minimum Ck.re aue
: 'cWit SEAL: ) N pl..dlsa III .". .w.. AO'pArA.LII PUPPIES rot Christmas, MEW STORE biilldlBt for of.
All. )
School are proving It. CuftU J' BrnoeClork .I ,... Clork. of iko Circuit. Court CLAIlItr: IN ADVAM.BEiornl : healthy I males I female.. FURNISHED OR UNFITRNUSIIED I fir ., ..
or 11 iM ft
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Ik* CV lt CeurtBy .l .
S5 or Man Ik* ISIS day Jell Small short hilredl be I bedroom bath
taa raon
Jane Mittlekamp Carole Link .. ...
I pan 155.. : .ltll. AUkUci.Mirio4 :: ....tld and alr adJUotMtI.
and Barbara Boiling are teaching 0:tWiId".1,1 you fall I* 4. *o. Judtm.nlky 1>...1., flail reflsured. H7o.lt.Building Uk. aw, rrntril boat and Phone 26761M."WAHIHOUH .
t S. I*. ..... ,*,...H will M ,..... in.ty. Ay.llsklk. .. BMUO an-JlUoel. Call .'.IITO.
a religion class for retarded ... for Ik.* M.."*l '...*...... IkTkle Tk. tr-A4Mt* r*..rM on".1 'I OII RINT
children of the parish Says MI" 1'1110". Ik* ....U.** .( ,*...1.* n, r*. & I ftEDROQM DUPLEX, New
(1RCCIT noll... ....11 k.. ...."11."." loctln k k v .......u..m..'
Carole: "I just love to get up THK cot'"T C'or". 0000 MM was. (or four o>nMuilv ."Ie" II dams ./ljovtl....... January. 1M4. fyrnl.lwd' airronditlonmt WAREHOUSE, suitable lee
: NINTH JUDICIAL wall In Ik. Tltuovlllo annrA4VM.I Mima area. Cat shop. atorag ,In
garag or
and I
on Sunday mornings now IK AND POR BBBVABO .. sal I* .bsn.lb..l.wlnnnns NIDY .!
late FLORIDA *. Tltuivlllo Or4r4 Florid.0n If ... ....,tI......, (ram Ik.I N7-om after $ pm.NOUIII renter of town. lee II. H.
Used to to Mass. I Ttiu.vlll
They n4 *
go 1 '' att _..*. I* **nfrni u Ik. .Mi- dentlala. commercial In.c":# HudllOa l at II.t.Advoc.le.WUrIIOUU. .
,.>.'. County. Florid. lkl 141k4.r
depend on you for so much and ;' M or BLLCRT: ?. .( HaM_ IM4 IoTII": ik i. Mnor, DiodeUnf. U years ) *
k>*r-A4vMte will km till*. fJeenoH boaded POR HINT
tou enjoy giving hat you can iko LWr11. K. uVcUIT .M rMponolM for moil I.... and NOW UNDER:
OP CARL 1:. CLERK: or ..s bobcat .....11... nor will Phone AM T-IUf. cfinttrucllon. Any size up to

111 COVRT at t. 5 Mp.spw II M llnkl for k>y ...., Ik LARGE I BEDROOM born, JO.ooo square ,..t. 14.... 27.
Printing Needs! A MIwU. DEPUTY CLERK .dallam..b 1. 1 ,.N' :: 0904 Induitrlal or .r>
1.51 55.5 lbs 05.1 lb Mama' built In NSfsahllni tomn
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Or'ctCXLIA: ANN 'TIM C tRT... SS.SEAL 10. ,*... ,*.. S IW4I ., wpl.4 by '''a 15.m I. 111 BuslnessAnnouncements U. 1. H{lftl.l.i $ino old apses Inlt.bl.
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See The" 100. A WMT 1.... ....rtl__..'. miRth Call V. Lakla.wurr ,
All 0..1.111'11I
"01 115 ro 151555 H.,, I.. Avt.rxi pnona 317 HZ9, after For Sal.
Star Advocate CARL E. KNIOOB ,.. IN TUB CIRCUIT: COURT OPTHB Mf4iiiOfflc I '.11I. tall 317.0330.IJNFURNiUIED .
B.ol4... Unknown. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCV'IT. Hour a (M ,. I.W
are Saab ktin4 last a IN AND POE BRBVARUCOtNTT .. A44roM. Ooor 4SpeclJI XEROX 114 COPIER repro- 1 "bHroom.'
/ .. k. Saws. (114 I* Ik. PIXtBIDACHANCERY .I1..I "., *. ru ducea anythlac photo easct 2 1 bataj, built In kltfftnrd ... TAKE: UP payment, moiol
*tyl4 **urt kr BLLBRT NO. IMt and legally arreptaftle. Complete stereo AM rt4 radio 4
ILLBTT for Ik.* k4*, ;lM d !WnTIt 5SONNIS yard I"Uu RlvtrH ,
I B ai/'OOE. III s minor. I. JI'OOlllllOT"AIfpLAI"Trp Mtretarlal >rvlr Uhta. phnna' MOt apeed. full atereo U 29 week
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: CBCBLIA: ANN KNIOUB I Nmary Public. Moaliiua |*e.retarlal _. __ Ir, Appliance Department,

Printed Pattern or Ik. .I'. : BLLBRT VI. ",.1... 2321 to.Waahlnaton FVRN1AHED I |EDR OOMS.a _W, T Grant Company
WILLBTT. 4 *r* ro-
** *H B. Notice
JAMBB RIOGDEPENDlNTTOt 274544.WE a modrra till bath ear. '
..*. I* -.. oo.p.( your TAkE UP a'lnTh
..' or wkotln 4* *".. M,. ,._ B. Hieel.Mtk.x. portt, utility roam alrronmailnigm paym.nld.
.. vela MM **"il>* >k*..!4 HOI o aKmlncl IP YOU are IntereMed la loU, CAN anewer your dirty IUoaJD', 2 cbikl$120. TV; eoneole. U wetklr.) Af

Y : r..frl Atlornoyl An*... 11"11.Iou..... and apart- floor problems! Wt cuss Yes PboM $10141. Minre Department, W T.
MORTON ..... ...'....1. (loon walla ..! : Gnat Ca
: STEPHEN: P O. I.. **. T.. ., konky no.."... ,... aCowiol.lot menu, call the Edw1d'aRealty etc. !I. stoneMflewa ,
f '. ...... haIfa sad III. for mvTM k*. ....* '" Branch office ..,. homeij daily; weekly t BFDROOM FURNISHED!
*.....*, ta ,... friM *f IM' Ilo4 ...1..1 y.* ..4 555 ... Mlr4 South Hup. I monthly t J. t''a JII''''''' IKJimE available Monday, USED
.. ef Ik* Clrvull ".ort w N u "r"* My ": l roooor uJ"2Il:2: MlfnoUariaia I Sal, Imlce 217.4107. M1.4IQ.LAaOE: II piece walnut bedroomult..

: : IIl; "PAIL N01 1155.: a S ,.. : M PU.dlo PUintirr.I* .uomorfc Ik **'- I.eel .( bunkhoda. I' plate

Pre C.._ will be ...... I IRI.YEItIR: : A BLUMENTHAL.tut BEDROOM.. I balk, dinette. Uedar cheat. plane.
...1... paw I a*. Wcoklnft Aoonuoi TI. AT LAST IT'S HIRE! The BusinessOpportunities Mian. Rltir Illy.; $140 Ibiin Furniture Compaajr M
I *_ mt h.' asS Ik* *..1| "...11I.. n....d.. (... flu. in* .*- amailnf .... talklm BJBLKI I ma thly." IN avratha Ui adtIMC. Miss. 2.133...
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Mfor IM ink 4ro .d word eiartly aa apoiea
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: SEALS J....'''. ,*... II 5. (.11 W 4.M. and written! for home dentoutratloB --- -- INDIAN RIVER CITY ritra rita H too pickup. .7 Ist.
Cru B. B.mMdork Iu4en.kl ky ....." win .. VERY MODERN WitiurtM ta doe, unfuralihtd bedroom,
of lb. ClrruH CwrtIT for IM rollrl wrIUi Boa A I', 'Ju I rUftNITVU IICOUNT
'. you 1 Mtha. tarpon. room
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NNDo --'j: Slur' AdVOESlI.Trlephoed city en Reute One Tltitivltl
4* Ik* Comnl.lot.DOHB ALES. M.tt"...
CUrk 0to taopplng and school, offered at
ly
AND ORI>KBKI: > AT 1----- -- Cocoa ara Tar infnrmatloe
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N 114/ Day zn 44 day, mi (jardea ... Nldf
a "I I : : TTRTi: B 'BARNjjlcl t/fIC1 Slopping Center MTITXI or
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: : THB CIRCUIT COURT OF CI.15M or TMIIi CIRCUITCOOS Nlfht $71310ALLOIIOUC Camping Hunting *OR MINT IST-lfac
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rr NINTH" JIDICIAI. CIR ? IN.rsr4 Cwwr.P115145 I _
A1 IN AND rOR BBBTARD i you wet to drink, that's youtbnalaeaa. A'Mi.:
'. LA. .P Y. ra' Itw II to 1 FLORIDA sales. a4rnuii. NEW OFFICE.: rntrM/ale I MONTH OLD ZW ZAO. Re.fMMiMd .
want atop
IIII : 140 tNTJII.11f. TI (1555eOt'RT you winter fall5411 'IrrII"'II" p a a l 1 1 e d.alll : DIM to irafortuaata
YO 5.1555 .PALSSTLYI.TER drinkioi.. that a our bualaeaa. Otd Dill Highway JS11 W. Clrrtimilancea. Makea
i, Ili A .U'IIICIfTIiAL UM b.(br H ma, JtItortal + Una-
/ 11 ... rVS UOC"tMIJIUff A....... 0w ,..,."'utr : Iervb. and wale! dyed of Flee .tltch,i.

w1 5. W..N.r1.s Ar.M 5015(5 or ISIPS110. Y0IPSISIIU Child Cart rvmlilMd. Pl.nir 'arkugpat Makea Aulomtti* Butto*.
", COM MIR "..111. Yw..l5. rhr11.ItNe51 (''''"1' SAWS: .. smalleared psrdone hol... t*.. On "\lUG".. Blind
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P75T5 or' n/>BOA D..dS.L rotNARMT .... Ills r'k,o,or Nwkr an***. CHILD CAME I fry hour -Jar. fvk .. apprtrlaU.. $7 MI.On II.", .. Munofrarna tmbrm-
CusseSA0R.. 15w. 24. 14. 55. 1144. 1.s1w5dI Low *t PtorM. A_l* o( IMI. IMClork I Indlae Kite KelfW, r d.,, tie. Auum Remalnlnc
1118IS ..41451.ad wn .ll.ar 5115 Ilia 4 Payoi"tita nf "M.
D.t..daSIMass. .1 11... fa.
1 .......* of IM. '1,_" ourt ta ... C... t, prime. kxatkn taD Credit. Mir
2 TMu.
Uol k.... 44rM wMl 'Hili MIICI"T m, '' OPPHI ..,.. rouniy "'...... ro- $7iaM.IOOMI. .
155 Sawed Mar 515TH n'f>'C'U. tSR 001,1 d 50054 of pNW5..4Ill. REUABLE: WOMAN ..11. .t iti' _
,I I Cktu* wn. Ton.um IN AND 1KIR .lIaYA.O New. Ik. flli.*... r fMNv bakytminf In, my ..... I) Portable Takvlllln'I .
J ,, nLRIDA MM. I* wMMonk aw "4 R.fpJI1.oz11.. roe IsleT Take "p ,.o....". tl.It
\ ASS NEBEBT NOTIP1IB &_. ". SITS AM 5a1nI." .,4r *M I .....r,. C"aa' Appll..ee
a e.11 for Mvo* ail *,*- .."( 10 .P'1'5 Sm ....4 Id 144 01,5. SIS.rl.wmw IMO.rlnlPL
M* MM "... CMM .N ta rXBBSINCB t. PBTTICABOC 550,5.., aM EMI IN I For Pens
kMl. *_ 114 MM ail IMIur ""'atlff ..55.015./ ... ..... pwwPaI1.r.a PRIVATE *<*><*. prla Lth ;
I -.... w ... ,* .. d I* MM knoiMi* ..... prlvil (t<. ai" M7am. COLEMAN: IIKATCR. to ....(.
M aloe -- 4.h.1). ARK PBTTT xu4 *i tl M>tri*. n rM.. Ibh rORRENT due .7 nn ....| condition. M..eoo BTU.
OwflMi." -Yawui.....*. Del...... M .., at 0.*..Wr. A D IM4.M floor Baaders. PeJJ hefs r.'l oil manual "/ Uaed taeaaon
rum A B- ; P<4Mfw t:
:_ VMM.noeUk. N *e M* Ti... CABOt. ANN rBTTT k.. I*. Jt *. I***. ;.. I tw4iIIOTICB Phone AM TttM iViimir.DaOOM. with *. Aeveral agtba ef
.... lilk 4.r ., J.*.*rr. I 5.44.1' ..11th4 Pier a 11I .5. ,.... Factory Paint Outlet ktuh.. pr4,0..(t. Ladr pie.hrrel. n. 'M dsmpev .luded.
i4 Mr*** *T .sma1.551. COMPLAINT lr btver k* Call M7IM4 agar I Price ta. Ray rterrtt jut
: Sfla w (u* wttk IM Cwrk MM sled Mt Paw. .*4 y*<* laldwtB ..."*. ., C..... Mater Are ,
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9407 I .. o< MM *owor a assails. >.*. nwr mt er4H I. <.... POTI(1 t55IS riftTMISRAM. AH.aTMI.rm liNT sad weekeada.
10-11 4.f.uoc kf ..,. ... ef Cw.NNw IS 114 p5 o LAMP -- HEATED PRIVATE Isoraan _
sins yow hO w 4* M. S IMM lirfj (H"rrv O &. PIM, f O. ww GIRL. TO SHARE: aoarUMa. a.4 batk. 1M tr two mtaI I-I rURMITURe rot -i.i.of .. ebell
.. .imi 515.x.445 II MEREST ",1.1.. ,.u.,. uu *C_r.w rr.IM.. r*,..... L.saaI.w./\ toi 44. r :'i.... :*kwr Mo4o Sal '. Marys,. JM r...*. with Hade. tlrt-Usenet. M4tn. | weekly, phoM 27 IUM. drawer. ..if... M .

14IUMBUM 14. 1%. u. 1.. IS. n> tk. c_.**..... 4lo ta IM W IMflir lop .*4 Note ('..<...<. tt.HMM \.. 1011I0......' 'u,......... IfOOIIII. : isIlED.TMLVI' end l.bl.e. deak. bed. hoe 1
..**.. s.d.41-Id o* (4.IC.01N.. orMfor I. s5.SS. r 5515..0 sedso 1MfMN5.s .. private baifc aO BUIMM lottoupM prlni and ...It..... 24T.
Cite IS .>,.. IS yard It- 4 I....,, HURPNJr.ARBLIT ,
*. W *fr>M M YM__ Br*> IM Ok 4 r .a5 d lachMtod. 1 working m... tmHf 3144.i .
tack fable CNN 5wld5. this tk> REAL 5505815. ..1n 213-I. Iff-
4y 5.U t fa. w .. w l.4aaw.N 145 Mw-5M 155554 t._... lilT T"'P" *.t .
rim CULTS hi n .. for P* o--. A D. IkM tw $I i-LAVATORIES. VAN..ye. ;; :
...... 555 M 5.55 S.m15Pw 5014.4 P5514. 15054 I lop ;
CURTIS BAB E
true MtUrk add U ernU (\ert, *t IM R CWwH Cwt{ M tM. 44bf _...... \aMI' == 114 .4m. 5115 MId ,.:: f LORI DAN APARTMENTS RIVER FRONT to.pUg r *ator Imluire Taws Motel

fur nek kettent for Ikteiawm.ilmt By T a ..+r C_........ Ie McVB f:... d PrNNI clot .b "* M710 _
.Inde..
h MHinT 'Nw.iv Ctor* ISIS 1455 M Nbbb.d Cad. 0150555 YRe l.0.a5 ef ... weekly I 1 i CU IT wprliht freeter.
ktd nkec'kl I ..... .... ,.. Moatklr air .
SKAU 5.50 .e5.a .545515145 r .It __ 1455I.00IiOC rated eMMttoo. NURSE WILL far tldtrly Tike
tart pirmeeU t2Mweekly
Bend to 170 rTrkeparwr Pat .CKK It H. 5. iWooJ M44. 55.50 ..... Is 1M TR.sw5 ...,. ed. 4lf JtdU H/eet up
..,. |i pU 21 t WM 141. M, : .._... 1'--' 115lI.. per,. U MW prlvau home. Grint'aDepertmeat AnU.IIC'
Nw Yei Y rW*d *aVff Doae sad 0'4.r.4 \a TSaIP.Ns.5,4 :tf: jJ' $1 .... .
lit" PatUru t:'_. P'Itftft. ISO IIdaf WBLBH ACO5RLOPAB The Titusville Star.

Mr Cataht r. .ct:.=er kk.4e- you have rental d B.asM IN' JI' HM f MrsbcLl TV AND MAID aerY,". Ml 'rv .1Ift 'lAse>. Calt o. ....

Rind (.* One free( : PatterR. housing list it in tC-rwo':*" S B.r.* CtortI 'a NOT, /, C PMr MOBfMfM Advocate, 1 1st in circulation .......- As'ew.ILIEPdx4 at Jatk's "' IWo

do.01 rtkr JOt rEARB fTMw. .... JeT 11St.
I : Stir-Advocat.! saw N* lD dBILlR :: In North ROOMS and *fB -

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I A -Little Homework Reading Classifieds Bring Top Grade ResultsContinued




( from preceding page' Help Wanted Help WantedMALI Help WantedMALI Mobile Homes Lost Real Estate Real EstateFOR

PIANOS-ORGANS the PART TIME TRAILERS FOR SAL I ACREAGE FOR All .
Make this a Christina ,
Housewives or employed mar- COLORED MALE Beagle SALI If HINT
whole family will rememberfor ried men needed by Nation HELP WANTID HELP WANTED EARLY AMERICAN trailer,, vicinity Farmton and Burk- 150 FT. ON SMALL pretty lake
yearto come. New i wide Food Service to take 1964 model 16 X 48 ft. Ones r holm Road with Orange In Oiteen itat highway FOR RENT OR sale by owner
Spinet pianos start at $399. food and freezer orders. Payday 1 EXPERIENCED APARTMENT TWO MEN WITH direct (ale* $3,000 equity. Will take **M I County registration tag. B. Y. frontage, trees and elevation carporte. :I bedroom. 2
Select your own payment every day. $125 per aale. maintenance man 1. experience for the Cocoa- and aMm payment Call I Stalling 2 74314.BROWN $2. 50. T. W. Mere, Broker, b.thl. good community, price
plan. Call Mr. Good 267-5530 Tltusvllle all-roiind porter 6 day week.. Titusville area. New item and 267-9952 Or W7-6252. Sanford 322-2481 for appointment reasonable 213 Tusciror
Guitarukulele, band Instru See Mr. Garrett, Imperial SHAGGY I lost 2
Cash In our easy to sell Write Box A-11, dfnI
today. on Road call 267-H65.
ments. Towers, 2825 S. Washington Star Advocate. 2 BEDROOM 50 x 10. 63 Trot. weeks, old 1 ; area.Tan .
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC Holiday Dullness now Avenue. wood. Small equity SV9.UI I white. loves children DEVELOPERS! 50 acres with
2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 FEMALE HiLP WANTiD DISHWASHER AND EXPERIENCED monthly. 207-2169 after 5:31: ]I has collar and vaccinationtag. plenty of road frontage water (Continued on next pat)
TRAFFORD REALTY COM short order rooks. 1 pm. Answer to "Doggie". and aewer available. Sen-
USED BABY Line baby bed WOMAN TO car for two children PANY offer an excellent Apply In person, Ranch 2670337. I, aibly priced to allow margin
complete with mattress and do career opportunity I for licensed House Restaurant 24' TRAILER $475. Space avail- for profit For details call
and housekeeping
extra bedding take all for 7:30.5 2676661 : Real Estate Salesmenin able. Cimpsall Mobile Park. Motorcycles For Sale Arrow Realty, 267-7(137. Tltuville. INDIAN RIVER
$8. 1039 Alford Street. Lake. : p.m. their new Titusville office. AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT 2673463. Florida. CITY
view Hills. I COUNTER GIRL and checker, A hard hitting sales program, Operator 11 drive sanitation
MOBILE
HOME OWNERS
experienced preferred Spie plus excellent training with a truck. Must have chauffeur 1964 HONDA 90. Good con' 3 Bedrooms 2 Bath and air ,
OLD NEWSPAPERS, suitable. 'n Span Laundry, Palm and I professional Realtor organization license. Apply City Hall 925 dition. Call 2673723. EZ TERMS conditioned. $1200.00 down '
in packing and moving furniture Julia Street.TELEPHONE. offers an unusual Palm Avenue. 3 bedroom, quick posses and assume loan. Pay
wrapping !fish protecting future for qualified dalesmen. LIVE RENT Moving & StorageLOCAL don, excellent opportunityon : only $108.00 mo.
floors and furniture when r:3'oo
SALESLADY 2 bath, family
Please call Harry D. Nelll, Mobil Homes a good buy.
painting\ etc. Big bundle Soc.Circulation : part time, $1.25\ per hour, we Cocoa 636-3131. for interview. AND LONG distance A complete family home, room and garage. Air con
dept at Stir- train. No. S, 347 South Washington FREE! movers, Moving atorage. swimming pool, completely ditioned. $2000.00 down as-
Advocate rear of building.
or telephone 267.3022 FOREMAN water distribution. TRAILER FOR RENT packing, shipping cold fur screened In, a home the sumo loan
Slightly damaged box springs for interview Supervises and participate. storage\ crating. Free esti whole family can enjoy. 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, family
and mattress 3650. Foam BEAUTICIAN. FULL time in work of laborer installation 10 WIDE TRAILER for rent mates 2673341. Brevard Excellent plant I on new room with fireplace. Garage '
of new water meters adult only Osceola Trailer $20 down payment and $20 a conditioned
6" mattress 2950. Walnut Nan' 1306 Ridgeway Mayflower. homes to be built don't and air
Parlor
Beauty
repair and replacement of Park, 400 Oak Street Indian month will buy your own full
corner tables 850. Sofa beds South Street.EXPERIENCED, miss these, plan ahead. $2000.00 down and assume
new and reupholstered $39.50 hydrants and other duties under River City.TRAILIM, acre mobile home lot at beautiful Real Estate GLEN SCHLUETER loan.
and $49 SO, Maple beds, dam WAITRESS water distribution. Shall POE SALE Lake Louise Estates Become Extra nice 2 bedroom home
aged $12.50. New electric wanted Must be 21. Apply in have completed eighth grade your own \landlord. Many WATERFRONT 120 ft. on both 267-6668 with Itt bath All the extra
of school and have knowledgeof families now reside here Don t Space R.al Estate, Inc.
stove FrlRldalre $99.50. person. Larry' RestaurantUS sides US 1 in Titusville Good you want. Payments
TOP CASH 1 N. tools and practices In general CHRISTMAS SPECIAL buy before yon see for yourself. 2 bedroom home on property $100.00 a month.
In 3 minutes for good used labor work. Apply to LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon with i additional room: for office ----------- South Lake Village 3 bed
Furniture CLERK-TYPIST. preferably David i A. Covington, CityHall Give your family the best Route SO Bithlo Fla., building or apartment on rooms, 1H baths and Flor
GREER McMORRIS. IMC. with some bookkeeping experience 323 Palm Avenue, Tl- Christmas ever. 15 mile east of Orlando west side. Riparian right ida room. F.H.A. term.
Repossessed furniture outlet but will train, for tusville. Florida. 47' x 12' SKYLINE, 2 bod- Phone Orlando 568-2761 with extended bulkhead line BUILDERSWANTED New 3 and 4 bedroom
(43 U.S. 1 IRC or 810 S. Hopkins old established. Good Florida benefit company 1 AM LOOKING FOR A room, Deluxe Stove 2 Dr. Re. OR CHRISTMAS PARK on east side. Call Arrow Realty homes. Extra large lots.
fringe
Tltusvillc PARTICULAR TYPE OF MAN rigerator.. SALE PRICE $;))895. Route No. 50. Christmas, Florida 627-7037 Titusville. Flor F.H.A. term with $450.00 -
Call 267.5900 for appointment.
267-1399 Day or Night USED TRAILERS Phone: 568.2011 ida. Broker invited. and down.
Direct *ale* experience, mar up
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BARGAIN HOUSE CLERK STENO I, Recreation sled, church affiliated available 1964 YELLOWSTONE 27' x 8', "FOREST HILLSESTATES" Large lot outside city limits t
New and Used Furniture and Department. Must have know. on full time basil only. I Bedroom. -Pick your today ,
appliances. We buy, trade and ledge of typing and short This I I. a brand new product.The 1959 MARLETTE 36' X V, 2 Br. ROYAL COLONIALGARDEN .
aefl. Refrigerators $23 and hand. Must be able to meet man who qualifies will NASHUA 30' x 8'. 1 Br JOHNNY A. MOLES
guaranteed, 2510 Hopkins public Excellent working earn a minimum of $1072 per SMALL DOWN PAYMENT APARTMENTS JUST A FEW LO'1SLEFTI
Ave Phone 2674705. Open condition Beginning salary month. This i le chance to get EASY TERMS !
Friday nights until 9. 256.00 Avenue.per month. 523 Palm minimum Into buslnes Investment.for yourself For for MARTIN MOBILE "Welcome to Gracious Living"These CHAS. JANNARONI 1240 Phone S. Hopkins 267-8327 Ave.or.

CAN BE FINANCED interview write Box A-9, HOMES SALES Tituivllle Shopping Center 267.7559 after 6 P.M.
MALI HELP WANTiD Luxury one bedroom apartment of spacious cas AM 7-3<<1
N. U. S. 1
CARPETS '* Star Advocate. 1224 ual elegance with individually controlled air conditioning I .
EXPERIENCED SERVICE for street depart Titusville 267.3081 and heating Deluxe baths, electric kitchens
100 pct. 501 Nylon Station attendant for nightshift LABORER ment water department distribution North of Overpass automatic defrosting refrigerators TV and t
Up to 30 Sq. Yd!*. Jack' Gulf, 2 S. Hop- and sewer treatment telephone outlet sound proof off street parking "North Brtvard't Oldest Rut [state 5.5*." }Ian.t
Installed with Padding kin. division. Apply David e spacious landscaped private grounds and many

Only $249.95 '* DRAFTSMAN Civil; Engineering EXPERIENCEDIn work. A.Palm Covlngton.Avenue City, Titu Hall,villc.525 other features NOW AVAILABLE nWa' & ;

Salary open. Apply 11 Main. Florida.PLUMB.1NG.

RICH CARPETSIndian ESQUIRE TRAINING INSPECTOR W. J. SMITH Realtor
PHONE 267.3511ARE
must be qualified master ,,
a finishing school for men of
River Plaza 101 BauN
267.2939 high aspirations in the bus plumber High School graduate TINy
iness world. Suite 161. Imperial or have equal combination 1V.A4/lar, AY 1%l1 /
,
SEWING MACHINE repair, all Towers 267-7771. of experience and train.
maVes. Phone 2679208. Ing. Ability to examine plan JESS W. CHILDRE
METER REPAIRMAN responsible and specfications of plumb.
VENTED GAS heater 20,000 for repair of water log installations and make inspections .o\LTO. aUILoa.i Just arrived In town? NEED A NEW HOME?
BTU'S $12.50 each. 801 Or. meters and changing and re of new and existing yOU Drive out Garden Street to Singleton Avenue.
ergo Street 2673400. placing water meters. Ability plumbing. : Cov
to add and subtract figure Ington ': rltveA: Assistant Turn right and proceed to new two story model 1
Help Wanted Mechanical ability also nec 525 Palm Avenue Titusvlllc LOOKING FOR ANEW home at first intersection. Information avail-
essary. Must be high school\ Florida .
CHILDREN'S CLASSESIn graduate or trade school able on at least twenty new homes ranging

charm drama, clothes, and gradual. Apply David A. FIREMEN In Titus PME ? from $15,500.00. All Iota on paved streets with
photographic modeling. Suit Covlngton, City Hall, 325 Career positions open f
161. Imeprlal Towers, 267. Palm Avenue, TitusvlUe ville Fire Department foi r side walks, city water and sewer. Most homes

7771. Florida 21 alert-31 high year school old in graduates excellent i t WHITE ACRES r 'J, 3i include central heat and air conditioning, dish- 1.

physical condition. Startmi R ...... )Aft washer and disposal. Salesman on premises .
alary 1198! per month. Applyoffice ]: No qualifying-New 4 bedroom, .
Sll Palm Ave. 2 bath Sell Price $17.300: from 10:00: every day.
SEE OAKWpOD.Mobile ODAY Down payment $&10. Monthly l
.
SEWAGE!: .PUNT OPERATOI t payment $127 Including prln .. 2. If you are WITHOUT TRANSPORTATION, 3
I. Makes routine Inspectioiof I clpal, interest, taxes and In. ,,1'
Home Subdivision sewer' plants. Ability to rui n lurance.I call for one of our staff to conduct a tour of the ,

Knowledge simple chemical elf packing analysis pumpi New 3 bedroom Hi bath SEE OUR QUALITY BUILT HOMES INFORES.THILLS Titusville area. We can probably find the n

Featuring and replacing seals and bear, Sell price 14900. Down payment home that exactly fits your family and your
: in III. Must have high ichoo I $450. Monthly payment budget. I
I education and mechanic I $111 Including principal In. 1.
aptitude Apply David A. Cov tercut, taxes and insurance
I LARGE 75" x 110' 'LARGE POOL Ington. City Hall. 525 Pain I Dryan-Conwatf & !
Avenue. Titusville Florida. New 3 bedroom 2 bath, Scll 3 Different Model To Chaos From i'JV4nJ1cad' i I
LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD price 16000. Down payment REALTORSINSURORS
$000. Monthly payment $119 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYQUALITY

CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES, Etc including principal, interest, Dial AM 7.2011Day, Night or Holidays a t t'I
I LET US taxes and Insurance.. BUILT BY

I I BUILD YOUR New 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Con I I CONSTRUCTION CO.
HOMEIN ventional financing. 17950. F I I S H E R Phono 267.0564 'I
Down payment $950. Large living
$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO BEAUTIFUL room, turquoise kitchen,
fireplace. Just Good Buys I

REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north FOREST HILLScall Commercial sites on U.S No.1 I
on U. S.1 to Mima. Continue north on U. S.1 for and Garden Street from $5,000 I
one more mile to our en1rance'on right. For free today to $71,000.

Information Call 267. 586. HAWKINSCONSTRUCTION Call In Real Estate i

TODAY CO. J. W CHILDRE Realty
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK 267-2061

AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK I 267-5563 Bellwood Duplex on 100 i 150 Lot Near NASA Cause 'f

way 2 Furnished one bedroom apU. Now rented, $12.- .

- -- --- -- OWN YOUR 4 OWN SPACIOUS HOMI FOR US* THAN HUH 700, some term 'I


LUXURIOUS Nwssswee/twwa.ydslssear l lHMHMT. D-. Near Catholic School and shopping 3 bedroom It* bith I
.TIM Besot net .*. HIt $10000 month after low down payment ala
M BEDROOM FABKLAN0 ESTATES art 11IIII M...wortnior MI.II l* ,
ii CUSTOM DtSIGNTOHOWS .... Ntot MOM IOM-CM N.eaw 3 Adjoining lots near Magnolia Plaza $2,200 each.
ON LARGE
I Mw a h.11 SuMoek* IMbNrrae r
WOODED ion... SUCH I
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lIlenlnl' 'A.NIsPYa.e
iu SlRENaY SUBURBAN NO MONIY DOWN NO CtOIINO toss TOV Pier .114I loot Decks, Print. Mewed 57 Acres Zoned for trailer park good County Road. 11300
t ITT ONLY MINUTI3 NEW HOMES rURCNAMM atlNIMUM MA maMa .,_rit...., **.,."11I..... per acre
TO NASA CAUSEWAY, LUXURY C'iI',.'. PlirtrM* a la.. ry awl a.
SHOPPING CENTER DESIGNED Newwt, .MM madsen' eIIoplMflt Iniii. *ti..|t we*now a ...1....... High Lot near Garden St., 100 s
.., *. x 144 $2. 7J CASH.
AND All SCNOOIiiuulIlc' / Moot lunury prkclMoitnry oockt4.len..*. Mffo*okoa, *.*.*!
fOR lITTER ,with brick frond 0 bIg I.n4cop4 tntit t MMtmi" ,.." *'*.
yards Colonial Iwmlnumwlndowt FOR SOLITTLE a Pne1Mamen on* ..11III...... 10 Acre on Good North County Road. This beautiful high, I
LIVING Nlo herbs wild full colorfllItureI
tract with Palm, Oak and Pine trees baa many powibilitie -
lorrou floors spaciouselos.h
with" lovvorod door doubts *. Low priced at $1100 per acre with term.

tlldlnf gloss! door vorlooklnf yard @ I
S AND 4 IRS. bulrMn TV |ocl Mlo, window tills. .. 100' U S. No. lin Scottimoor, $30 per foot CASH.
.
,
1, Itt, 2)4) lATHS vHUty NTRAl roan HUT ollon wror haatrCf ....._i.M.a.-.M..a.
tancrahi (VKvwvyindMOKEI Check with us before you buy I
.. I

II e H.......,ta..wkrl5h HOMES .*
ca Studio I Sc 2 Bedroom Rental Aoartm ni* LOTS ACREAGE and
loavMMkrtKon.lutrMnT) \ .
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.ak Mf.vot HOMO- $11,500-514,050 ppf, |
wNAS ""*" ........... ty\J rant wish< heM ttnomr.. Doubt from $100 monthly UnfurnUhd HIGHWAY FRONTAGE! t
I 8vM1" w.wII i.enNd rS Inks, Formica tablnthl Model Now Open For Inxiwcti'mmodilt
U11 Oil Heoot l.u..lI low .a display, DM. Occuptucy

114i .CItr w..a s-
e,.......w.... ,r QRYAN
front MODELS OPIN FROM $77 MONTHLY :

$13,950 Iflclvdlna. prinriplo, bitorwt fan* IMPERIAL TOWERS :fJ j
til THIM NOW .., '' U ar..r.r4-Y ,

$75 %. REALTY

I MM SCNOOU CNUICHU SHORING UNTIES PARK
VANOTWINGDOWNFHA$500 t!=.=. ..
R. G. Ryan, Reg. Brokers

DOWN MAGNOLIA PLAZA INDIAN RIVER CITY

II (N.a.dN-I NVSINGIITONAVI TITUSVItlt FlA.,.PK 267346 267401-Can Anytime ..



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HOMES FOR


VA NO VISITobcautifuf GARDENDALE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

PAYMENT DOWN.n $15,000 TO $19,000 .

Several Large LOTS FOR SALE bj TAT GLBf,
A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville S47M t0 SUM Hont* rntrlcttd to 1M rj. ft. aldaua ..


FHA LOW DOWN Only 2 Mlle West of U. S. 1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER


PAYMENT FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY ROOM TWO TILE BATHS 3200 Garden St, Tltusvfllt :
THREE & Phone: : 7. a or M7-M31


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TODAYSee

ntiDued from preceding page) Real Estate Real Estate Real Estate Ride Wanted Used Cars & Trucks .

The All New
GIVE
; Real EstateFOR HOUSES FOR SALE HOUSIS FOR SAL COLLEGE STUDENT want I 1964 4 WHEEL drive Chevy tt
GROVE FOR SALI ride to California, Dfc 16. ton piikup 4 speed trans-
. 1 BEDROOM. I bath built In 20th for Christmas. 2678082. minion, il.ooo miles $2390.: ELECTROLUXAUTOMATIC
SAL OR RiNT 7J ACRES 32 acrei presently BEAUTIFUL NEW split level, stove fenced. $500 down. Phone 2676201 or !67- 89J. G)
In Grove balance it good 4 bedroom 2 Wed baths, Payments about Mo. Take
[TOR SALE or rent with optionTto high land priced at only large living room fireplace, terms or trade on equity. 160 Services I WILL. accept In trade on any CLEANER
purchase. 1 acre country $2.000 per acre. Brevirdi family room built IB range: Lakevlew Ave., South Lake car bowls, radios TV's, Phon. gkrraev\e
home, I bedroom ,1 bathtlth finest location for tree count dishwasher disposal central key next door owner NE4307 suns, tools, furniture or anything '
use of 13 acres cleared and airconditionlnf, COCOI.TERRIFIC LIQUID GLASS AUTO POLISH I I ofIIllIe.. Browning
production record. beat and dou
Call MEDALLIONHOMES
land. partly fenced and IT.facree" $ A scientific break throned Auto Sain. 40S Hopkins 287- AL MIER
uncleared land lo- Arrow Realty 287-6935, Ti- ble car garait. Only S2.MO, BUY in Whispering in auto polishes Unlike
cited oo river near north tusvllle. Florida 10% down. S132.74 monthly, Lakes bedroom 2 full tile anything you have mod. 1) 1520.Wanted
county line. Excellent kite for Phone Scantier lovtttmenta baths 'large utility, double min to wash clean & To Buy 2677280IF
) I riding. academy or truck HOUSES FOR ALl 287-JKS. carport newly decorated l, I gloss coat your car appliances Bring built by JEM Build-
I farm. For Information call vanities, built in refrigerator, etc. Contains no oil \i CORD FIRSPLACE logs 2 ere Inc., on Carpenter Road
I 1 owner.'267.2380 or 287-3858. LET GOOD Old St Nick greet II x 120 ft lot. 1300 down HOT or wax. For info. call 287M48 ft. length 2672913. Just oft Garden St. S bedroom .
INDIAN RIVER Heights 2 ex you in this newly decorated t bath hornet
I per month Includes taxes and are now
-
I DUPLIXIS FOR SALE tra large bedroom, ] full home in excellent condition insurance. 450 Abbott Ave USED AUTONOIIILES! city YOU WILL available.
in exclusive Hill FREE! !
baths fenced back yard Whispering K7-3088. Auto Parts. AM 7-36M.
DUPLEX FOR SALEJacome deep well patio, air con Thus very fine and titan I L. P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION Interior features include:
ditioner built in oven and home consists of S bedrooms. I BRIARWOOD GOOD USED standard key-
I fret in nar old duplex range. Payments S73 per 2 bath, family room, drapes, I Estate sire grass carpeted l51 hoard portable typewriter. ACT FASTYOU C Westinghouse br u I 1IJt. J 1.0,
Live la one unit and rental month. Call owner after ( hone utility room double car tree studded lots S. 4 and Suburban Propane 2670336. Terrace top and
from other unit can make the pm 2673852. Porte situated la a lovely bedroom homer electric kit.I oven.
:2019! U. S. 1 N. 2 7- 411 CAN STILL IICOMI
payment 2 letting of pines. See thl. chew, central' heat and air, Work Wanted LICIiLI FOR HOME.STEAD Wife-liver designed kitcheni -
building: both u:atoqfurnished.' NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 tile baths home and move right in and some ready for occupancy or SETTLES ROOFING. Com- EXEMPTION with cabinets gal-
Separate carportes. utility electric range, central heat claim your 1961 Homestead choose your lot and plana.' No plcte Roofing and Remodeling WILL DO ironing In my home, FOR, IHI or.
roomi. Central heating :: and air-conditioning, carporteand Exemption.. 5 5 qualifying no closing cost, Service 1004 Pint Street. pick UP and delivery I If pre e While Temuo poor.a .
bedrooms 1 bath in each utility room. S13.400 $900 conventional bans convenientto Phone 2673455. ferred, 1039 Alford Street. MODEL NOME Westinghouse silent "Whit-
unit down and move in. Phone We have homes in all price but out of sight and noiseof Lakevlew hula paire" central heating andIlrtondIUonin.
$23,000 with terms Spangler Investments 267' ranges in all areas of Tltuiville. super-highwsy. Parochialand VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRSAll ..
EDWARD'S REALTY 1928. public school' buses. 1 Makes Phone 267-7380 WILL CARR for 1 or 3 elderly' SACRIFICE I I AH I IDon't o Spacloua enclosed lira II.
12 Baldwin Shopping Center mile north of Tltuavllle, La.Grange persons. Will do baby sitting miss sot en these
ARTHUR S. GRIFFITH and also Ironing. 267-2076. 'lovely senses In ene of If,. Exterior f.aturellnclude:
Phone 287-3604 or <<
area, off Old I Dixie
evenings 267-1381 I LUXURY HOMESIn Reg. Real Estate Broker Highway Used Cars & Trucks Mrs Anna (;rl..n. fattest .,.wlng ..etl.... .f
_ CALL the city All have three Paved atreeti, curbs and
beautiful Whispering Hills, 2502 S. Hopkins WANTED BABYSITTING and nice slice! kedreemi, Ewe sidewalks.e .
located conveniently at the 267-1621 267-MOO 1903 CORVAIR MONZA air ironing Frances lUaylock baths, modern kitchens, Trouble free Argentina
*TIMMINCPans north end of Greenwood St. MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2. conditioned radio automatic 100 Buffalo Road 2671352. many ether desirable" features Bihal indded la wnl.
Just off State road 405. 3. or 4 bedroom homes, brand tnnsmlsslon 18.000 mile, tale priced at |lust e Free membership In Lake-
ti9, ) call IRONING: done In home.
phone 2676201 or
} Bedroomi with paneled 4th new In area of much higher my I1S.SOO. with lew-lew payment view Hllla exclusive' Beach
<4< LARGE forced air, 2ti-689S. Kant. experienced', reavon. Club.
bedrooms .
bedroom which can be used n priced homes. Small down Yen can make a
all GE equipment. FHA $11.. able rates Phone :267! 4370.EXECUTIVE real' deal. ." ene of these
a den or for butinesa. Fireplace and only $81 month.
payment 19H3 PLYMOUTH FURY clean --- -- -- PRICES START AT
wall to wall 700. $600 down. 267-3M4. ly total VA
carpets down
payment. no as new Power altering, automitic rMR.
Florida room Fully equip. payment BRENTWOOD ES transmission 1t0\1I1 I $15,000 1
ed kitchen with dishwasher COUNTRY CLUB Height 3 TATES west on Garden St douhle Eagle tires, radio EXECUTIVE
ON disposal, built In range & bedroom. 2 bathe large llv heater. Must ace to appre I Let us show. yeu this cwstem
F1IA. VA
oven kitchen nook and dinning jog room central beat air, LOTS FOR All cltte Call 2670336 after II built home In lovely I Oar or
I room central air It oil conditioning carpets, drapea. n1 or anytime Sat Si Sun. dondale. In quiet ..,..bll.lI.ed CONVENTIONALFINANCING
! heat. Insulated ceilings and free washer and -1' ) nelhberheed. ) sM<.
IIrt
ALL walls, Inclosed 2 car garage Price 171.200 m al.anee TWO 50 ft. LOTS. Indian I9K3 MERCEDES: BENZ 190 D SECRETARIES less bedrooms, ,large paneled
and utility. $11,200. Down payment River City Corner Oak It (Diesel) one owner excellent family ram epenlnflMe PLACE
house from brick veneer stuc S2.000 FHA. No Qualifying. Pine Both for S3200. Owner condition low mileage Call kitchen. 1 car ..u... YOUR
; USED co or pre-cait stone construct CaU J. W. Childrt 2675563. 267.2800.). 267 063:1: before 3 p.m tern top. Salaries. Inronow Destined by an architectand ORDER
I ion.. for the Iiocutlvo Sea constructed by a ejual-
I l hey builder, folllnf price NOW AND GET
FOR SALE Edgewater by
retarlal. course efored b,
under 20000. Call tday
PRICED FROM owner 2 story bouse on river HOMESTEADEXEMPTION
CARS 2 bedroom 2* baths, Cape Kennedy Collets eBusiness for appointment to Inspect

$21,900 acreened porch and patio, I B. M. and Technelefy,
concrete dock, guest house, : FOR
Call Mr. Ben M. 1965
: NEW
64 Pont. Bonn. Tyler small grove, call New Smy e Day and Evening CltiseiCall .
267. 494 rna 42I-M17 or write P. 0.

Leaded "le $$3695 Box 2M, Edgewiter. MACHINE OPERATORSI 7U'S01TIREDl $)tO 4 DOWN BEDROOM 17 FIR MO. 800-1 horn. bedroom White 2 terrazzo bath

:3 BEDROOM' 2 BATH, Old I All My conveniences. Terrane floor. Central heat and
Gardendale. Fenced backyard C PROGRAMMERS I floori, 1 katha. Fee air Built.la Westinghouse
$1500 equity for $700. TITUSVILLEWHISPERING mica kitchen taht.. Con- electric range and oven
64 Alfa RomeroI 287.7017. KEY teal heat, ..,,.r'. He who 113(00 with 1490 down
PUNCH
OPERATORS and low FHA monthly
.dCon. WALK TO SCHOOL I,I" HILLS i Tired. ef 'lent hours and low hesitates U .lost. terms
I vtrtlble. $2695 <4< bedroom. 2 bath 2 car far-' oo..Eltra large new home.
Our Secretarial
Cewrlos
e heat and air. My
Choice corner lot.transferred No qual:I BUILDERS TRAINING NOW OFFERED : designed tt meet yewneeds SEE TWO Good rooms location, 2 bathe.J brick:[ a fireplace bed--

63 Merc. Custom Ifylng.< Owner SACRIFICE ill electric kitchen,
+ Slioo down $137 per month will heist yen tt havbetter Very desirable new kernel
baits, Heater fl f\f MODEL HOMES Kauri end better In Whltperlng Hills' .. central heat and air conditioning
pays
Ii I 4 Deer, Auto. \ /
P/SRAH VIJ7J 13 or <4< bedroom, central heat Bedroom 2 bath, Family Room Programmers, The demand thli area U great. PHA appraise f., 111,100. Priced at Two 122,000 rir ml garage., low
and 111.soo. In
I and air. I7M down. Ill with Fireplace. Overiiied Roomy FHA

I 62 Corvair Monza month Hunter pays Park all. homes Double. Garage on Prole..loltoally FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE: : UPON I every respect Let wi plan show. lcsrlaraies yen m-Beautlfully monthly designed payments and

267-1221 Anytime. landscaped corner lot. a real. .barf elnl' built 4 bedroom. its' baths.
I 2 DSt. Dries Includes Central'Air Condition COMPLETION OF THE COURSE.: Trl level., double garage
e RAH S1295 3 BEDROOM 1 bath, screened ing. Carpeting thru out House.Custom A brwah-vp ceurae er a Se.. I fireplace, phil many other
porch all-conditioned large Drapes Music Center, Men-Interest Student loons Available Aa. COOL BLUE forum too numerous ID
r. lot. Only $400 down. SSI Other Extras at less than hall I re/.rid' I Course will' Mf" i; mention frlcml al $:M! co
62 Fairlane "500" monthly for all. Leyda Real. of Coat CLASSES NOW FORMING you find me part.time |.It SWIMMINGPOOL wills min of 10% do w D.
ty NE62221. Shows bY annnlnfmont
1 D,. St. Cy.St. $22,600.00 ,.u'Me"! wailing Cell I -Allum. mortu.-: .
e BRAND NEW very Urge 4
$$1095 COM Kennedy C.II.g..0 I lure to check on. this v..
Drive gels wills" this I.
In Sherwood
bedroom home eicellently
Our last Home la this highly ,., further Information, detach and moll rant home, move right I in
Estates on Carpenter RoadAll Business sod) Techneleiy, I sated eldor homo. FootwrInf -
desirable section. Beautiful well
kept trl! leech
city convenience Including throe nice bedreemi, 1w.ndertu
60 Ford Gax sewer and water but no NORTHWOODBUILDER'S Name .. .. .. ..... .. .. ..... .. .. ...... Age .. .... I ) family teem end home, I twin I die bed.
ft. i feiMed In rooms, 2 batha, enclose
city taxes 18.000 sq. a lop roar yard.

V4 Aute. $895 beauty U custom built INC. Phone. .. .. .... .. ... .. .... ... .. .. .. ..... . .. .. .. BE PREPARED Total' payments art ....., Easement: : family large llil ,
Fee Air ..... throughout 26 ft. kitchen I in per month, foe It teals room
family room with breakfast PHONE 2(7 4KI1 ,. Priced at lil.aoo, $:IIOO
bar double oven stainless TITUSVILLEANYTIME! Specific training desired .. ....... ... ............ .. .. ... down and asaume exlatlnmortgage. .
59 Merc. H. T. steel' sink formica cabinet J 2 : te earn t bettor. ..I.r,. .mow .

full baths central heat and .... .. . . . .. .... ....... .. ... .. .. .. . Secretaries ere In demand ASSUME FHANO M-"Large lot toned for mu!-
V-l Aute. $$695 : sited air. entrance double garage foyer over-with IBM .. prepare yourself for ahigh. I QUALIFYING 177 tlple, feet dwelling deep: 2 143 bedroom feet by,
,'s, HAH I Like new home en well .11II.I IMs
fiberglass overhead door, fully MACHINE ., paying ,job by enrolllnf .- ; >e4 let In Imperial 1 bath house and swimming
sodded lawn and 6 huge pool' presently/ on property.
1.,..... Jvet
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56 Chev. 2 Dr. closets. Thla house will be & CAPE KENNEDY COLLEGEOF new (of the IsecutlveSecretarial i from school. bus It.... awry Walk Clnae to shopping centerand
completed within S days and Cewrst Hered I across street te sees's Parkway Junior Illg
you may move In now Call: COMPUTER BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGYCALL *ho>s>elnf center. I School. SM.7M with some
by Cape Kennedy C.IIN.Of
a Feat'III term.
Cy strait $$295 Mr. Frantzii, Edwird'i Realty 1 tile baths,
Drive' ... Branch Office. 267B542. i Programming Realness and Tecnnalecjr.art tromomlov kltchon, double 174-Almoot. new 9 bedroom
after I p.m. 267-7821. Claiaei Are Now Forming 783-9501 8:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. I tareert, Mode reasonable 2 bath privately built home
For Both Day and Evening down oymtnt end on large M foot by JW fee
NEW SMYRNA Beach 2 bed. 115 N. BREVARD AVE.: COCOA BEACH: FLA. deep, lisa dlihwaaher
p "Central' FLORIDATECHNICAL assume II"1. telol monthly oUs-
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$4607 monthly. Write P. 0. SUUO down and
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Tradlngost Box 2068. New Smyrna Beach COLLEGE all. pays

Dale,- or phone 4284944 Has Been Granted Aa Extra I' FRIDAY I i NEW 2 I 71-AH new brick home.
SECRETARIESBRUSH Separate dining room,
$150,000 BEDROOMONLY family mom, double gar.
Men And Women : In Tuition Funds from School trained, efficient' rime are, central heat and air

I Services In Washington D, C. UP COURSE -"' ..... WHy not enrol) newer I: im DOWN Lertbedreems conditioning, hirdweoc
A real Dell Mesas
McCotterFord to help' deserving students :I ... floors, 4 bedroom., I
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Neededto ." .eut". SecretarialCewrst ample c( hUll
attend college for plus many ealrai" Inthis
specialized
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at Cape. lovely horn.. Priced
Kennedy
Now Available .
I rent perch sliding flesideeri
assistant training.MEN
train an manager at 9M.ua with 10* down.
I College ef wilneta end te lerfe reir petle.Jwst ..
In convenient I a Kiira I
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type markets. Good salary CLASSES NOW FORMING Technology" I ... Garden Street, e home Large doable garagt
I WOMENARE high end dry Ut. $5115
hospital. insurance paid va with plenty of extra space
month IrcMos everttilntj.
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TRADE-IN: DIVISION I
advancement with expanding NEEDED NOW ADVANCED Shorthand This U t MarieHtm i .hop. Central: .heat and air
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I L'llGeneral JOBS PAYINGUP theory conditioned.
73$ Sevtti Washington Avenwe chain. Apply Dlshwashef
I Stores; Inc S31 Park TO ADVANCED Shorthand Dictation SPECIALIZED and disposal are Inrludea

AM 7.2651 it., Tltuavllle, Ma $200.00With BESTBUSINESS la the low price of f 14.250.VM .
ADVANCED Typing down and apprna.HIS .
potential I Incomes TRAININGThe BUY per month pars
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training
DATA PROCESSING yew I lev*. Ready lor Im.mediate I and shopping Newly painted
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(U. S. Launches Italian Zoning BoardTo Burns To Call ReapportionmentSession Mrs. Searle's



I Hear SevenApplicalions Mother Dies


Spacecraft San Marcos I Upon Adjournment Funeral Thurs.Mrs. ;


I JACKSONVILLE (AP) Go*. were held before April some ahead of the June 30 fiscal .

By CARL P. LEUBSDORF I the successful launching cappedan change of funds" was Involved. The Planning and Zoning .Elect Haydon Burns says he members of the House and Senate deadline." Lena Caldara, 77, mother

WASHINGTON (AP) An effort of more than two Each country paid for the Commission will act on seven believes a regular session of tho might lose their seats, Bums Earl Faircloth attorney gen of Mrs. Donn Searle of Ti-

Italian spacecraft dubbed San years, during which they had equipment It provided.The rezoning applications at to- Legislature will be legal and he said. "Though still in office, eral-elect, said Monday that he tusvllle, died yesterday In a
Marcos I and stamped trained at various U.S. bases 254-pound payload was night's meeting, one of which is will call a special session on apportionment their mental attitudes would not believed the Legislature would Cleveland, Ohio hospitalMrs.
under an agreement betweenthe actually a satellite within a satellite an administrative amendment.The as soon as it ad likely be conducive to reaching not be legally constituted If It
"Launched in the U.S.A. is
U.S. National Aeronauticsand with a light sphericalshell journs."I sound and unemotional decisions meets without reapportioningitself. Caldara had received a
whirling around the earth every Space Administration and metal applications Include: feel that tt is Imperative number of citations for her
covering a heavy absolutely Bums said. The U S. Supreme Court
85 minutes. the Italian Space Commission sphere. Its mission is to study Request for rezoning by Kathleen that the entirety of the "With the pressures and discussions struck down the legislation pro- work during World War n In

Italians are jubilant over the Under the terms of the agreement the ionosphere and measure O'Mara and Betty Griffinfor regular session of the Legislature of reapportionment con. viding for the 43-senator, 112- Red Cross and USO. She was
success of the 254-pound satellite between NASA and the atmospheric density at high al. property located on the west be devoted to the normal suming the time of the legislator representative plan under which preceded in death by her old

which was rocketed Into or. Italian commission, "no ex titudes. side of Bryan Avenue from Its business of the session," Burns tt would be nearly Impos the Legislature was elected. The est daughter, Mrs. Marie Carriera -
bit by an Italian crew late Tues present BA classification to an said Tuesday. sible for them to arrive at a voters turned down a constitutional who died in June.

day from the U.S. space agen R-2 to allow a duplex apartment If a reapportionment session sound aDcroDriatlon measure amendment containing the A widow, Mrs. Caldara is sur
cy's station at Wallops Island, Commission Authorizes PurchaseOf This application was tabled formula vlved by Mrs. Searle, and another
Va. by the board at Its Dec. 2
daughter, Mrs. Camilla
II State Sen. John Mathews of
With the space achievement, meeting due to failure to meet W. J. Hindman Elected President Jacksonville partially agreed House of Miami.

Italy becomes the third nationto Land For Courthouse AnnexBrevard minimum footage requirement. with Faircloth. "We have no Funeral services will be held
Request of William Davis for
orbit a satellite. Only the constitutional basis but are I legally Thursday afternoon m Winter
United States and the Soviet rezoning of property located at Of TWA/ MILA Manaaement ClubA seated subject to federal Park. Interment will be at the
County Commission metto Street and is owned
Union had orbited vehi by 858 Forest St. (Lot 10, Bon Air "
space Family in Palm
Monday authorized the purchaseof Central Florida Enterprises. Subdivision) from Its present court order, Mathews said. plot Cemetery

Flea previously. select 1.18 acres of land located The company was representedby It-1B classification to a BR classification Titusville resident, W. J. ative. Andrew F. Russell, C V. "Our basis for operation is not Winter Park, with Cox-Parker
"Now Italy has joined a
of nations that have within the three acre tract plan. Jack Freed, TItusville attorney to allow a soft drink. (Jim) Hindman, TWA's MILA Carson and E. M. Sullivan will the Constitution, but the special funeral home in charge.

group placed a satellite into orbit" ned for a courthouse annex.' and vice president of the and candy shop. medical adminstratlon manager represent Planning and Admin. three judge federal court"The
Purchase price is 120000. company.The City Council's request for ad. Istratlon. John J. Manning and three-judge court was Instructed
said ambassador Sergio: Fenoaltea to the United Italian Actual purchase of the proper. i money for the purchase ministrative amendment for was recently elected president Dr. Russell J. Downs will represent by the Supreme Courtto BUY DIRECTWE

Sta'es. He thanked the United ty and the other property Involved will be transferred from the general property being developed by Sea of the newly-formed TWA. Industrial Relations and I see that Florida apportionedItself RAISE OUR OWN

Sidles for its assistance. in the acquisition, will fund, to be paid back to Coast Construction Company, MILA Management Club. A Medical Services respectively. on a one-man, one-vote

administratorpr hold off until after Jan. 1 when that fund when the bonds for presently known as Indian River board of directors was also Jim Hindman pledged a dedicated basis. Flowers, Shrubs, Fruit, Nut &
Deputy space !the outcome of the courthousere the and chosen at the election, which Burns said he had made no
Hugh L. Dryden was the top property acquisition construction Heights, to change zoning effort to insure that TWA Shade Trees. GUARANTEED
U.S. representative present. location drive by the Cocoa of the annex are sold from GU classification to an R- tot place at the WhisperingHills would be proud of ManagementClub legal inquiries, but he felt the Poet paid. FREE GIFTS

For the crew of 75 Italians, Jaycees, will be known. The This however, depends on the IB. This was overlooked when Country Club. activities at Merritt Island Legislature would be legal. Write for FREE Price Hit
commission has given the relocation outcome of the petition drive. the Zoning Ordinance and Map Hindman's opponent, also a He added that the club "Every member of this Legislature

proponents until Jan. Ito were revised June 9, 1964. Titusville resident, was John A.Tschirhart would stress professionalism on and I, as governor, recognize Large-Varlticf. You name
submit petitions calling Tor the that we are under a mandate It? We Have It.
Request of G. S. Goshorn for the airline's superintendent Job and esprit de corps
BoardContinued the re location and subse RegistrationAt rezoning of property located on of shops and field among management personnel, to accomplish reapportion CARY'S NURSERIES
quent referendum.The the north side of Garden Street services at Merritt Island. The both of which will enhance the meat," Burns said "I certainly

From Page 1 property authorized for between Lenore Avenue and Petty enthusiastic campaigns wagedby performance of TWA-MILA Intend to call a special sessionon Inverness, Florida..

purchase, is located on the corner BJC Set Circle, from Its present R-S both candidates aroused a personnel In support of the Nat reapportionment Immediately Home of the Wonder Tree
Farrer Dr. James Sheehan of Palm Avenue and Pal- following adjournment of the
was classification to a BA classification great deal of interest in Management ional Aeronautics and Space
tt Winter Park, a professional I to allow a convenience store Club activities. regular session." The regular V. Ml. fait *f U.S. 41 MI
planner of National acclaim. Registration dates for the and drive-In facilities. Board members represent Administration at the Kennedy session is scheduled to run April St. Hwy. 44

Pr, Sheehan would be a great Mrs. Ingram Winter Term at Brevard Junior Canaveral Hills Enterprises, four' areas of MILA operation. Space Center. through May.

help to us here In Titusville in College have been set for the represented by Joe Matheny, Is Chosen from maintenance and

advising us how to solve some week of Dec. 27, according to requesting rezoning of property operations were George J. Bal-

of our problems regarding our Passes AwayMrs. college officials. located on the east side of SR la, B. V. (Bert) Duncan, George TTTUSVILLESHOPPING

business districts. The winter term begins on 405, south of the Country Club, A. Robb, Frank Herbaty, s.

Also mentioned was the fact Maggie Mae Ingram, 85, Jan. 4, 1965, and ends on April across from Heritage Drive, Milllam J. Wilson and Ernest CENTER
that at the present time, the I died today at the home of her 28 of next year.RegistraUon from Its present RIB classification D. Guggenheim. Edward J. Re- a

Chamber offers no assistance to daughter, Mrs. Helen Pitts, after for evening to an R-S classification. gan Is the Supply represent.to 1

convention groups which come I a long illness. courses will be held at two locations Brevard County, representedby
into this Community and after She came here three months on Monday, Dec. 28. County Commissioner Ed allow the parking of truck

brief discussion It was suggest.. ago from Spring City, Pa She From 7 p.m to 9 p.m. they will Kitties, is requesting that a'portion and warehousing of materialsfor
ed that the Chamber offer assistance wu born In Fheonlxville, Pa, be held at the Tltusvllle High of the Arthur Dunn Airport, a well drilling outfit and I df1mdse

within its means and May 23, 1871.Survivors School. From S p.m. to ( p.m. approximately 808 x 400 feet fan roofing contractor. (

try to encourage the formation are two sons, Ru that same evening registrationswill ing on Singleton Avenue, be zoned Under new business, to be
cf a local group of volunteers to dolph Ingram of Ardmore, Pa, occur at the Eau GaUle R-S. This property has no read at first reading tonight, Is

assist. and Rodney Ingram of Hope- High School. zoning classification at presentand a request by John Redman, rep-
"A Calendar of Events" Is being well Va. three On and the is desirous of Oak Development
; daughters, Tuesday Wednesday, County resenting Royal y
formulated by the Chamber Mrs. Helen Pitts of Tltusvllle I Dec. 21 and 30, registration will trading this portion of propertyfor Company, for rezoning of
office Each local civic and Mrs. Leona Bergerson of Suf- be held at the college campusin another which would be the golf course from Its present

crrvlce organization is being fern, N.Y., and Mrs. Pauline Cocoa from S p.m. to 9 p.m. more advantageous to them.J. RIB classification to a GU clai-
asked to furnish the dates of Bronson of Collegeville, Pa. The college will offer both W, Beasley's request for maintenance building to be

their respective activities so Remains win be forwarded today credit and noncredit courses. rezoning of property located at erected to house equipment for

that they may be combined on to Spring City, Pa., for serv. The cost fur credit courses is No. 8 and 10 Enlg Street (Lots the care of the golf course. Present :

a master list for publication. Ices and Interment in family $6. per trimester hour. Ncn 1 and 3, Block C, Fisher's Addition zoning will not allow any
Farrer stated that "there is agreat plot. Smith Funeral Home is in credit courses cost $5. for the ) from Its present BP classification thing but single family dwellIngs
need for additional work BW classification .
Charge of arrangements. complete course to a
trace In the present Chamber .. 1
futility to enable supplies and
office machines to be moved

out of sight of the public. At

the space present for a time person there who desiresto is no STORE HOURS: 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M

use the City Directories and

other Chamber publications to

sit down or have a table available .
to write on. A visitors first

Impression of a community Is

formed by his visit to the Chanv ,,, ,J
bee of Commerce and I believewe

must strive to Improve this
Impression."

President Goshorn announcedthat ,.

there would be a new design j

for Chamber stationery presented

at the next meeting.An ,

Executive Committee : ; '1
meeting has been called for 11
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a.m. Wednesday. \ I
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ADVEKTIftlMENT FOB s1Ds .
Mood l Propouli' will b. t*' .
.lvd tt lb. of tic. of Ibo Cttyaaapr. "
City of Tlluivlll 1'10"da.
top the furnlinini o( ill
Uour, uitarlali, .qul,,,,..!, sad
..,vi..* for the construction p| "
Jl,.*rldo Urlv tram Broad mrMtto
mala Road 405>>, wltbla lb.
Cltr .f Tltiuvliu. Florid*, unill
stile AM, VaaUra: maadardTinvit
Jaauary a, 1M4, at wblofc
Unit tad plaoa all bide noolvti)
will b* publicly: opnd sad rod I

loud.Tb. work to bt Dwfornwd will Soft as new fallen snow f i t
b. eompoHit of lb. following ,. I
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a christening set del .,
,ro>'lmil* auantltl* ; ;
bTiNATILD 'lNTITIJ:' icately trimmed In ribbon ,g '"a A I
.uu Goad
"'C. Standard Tym and lace. Styled with s !!' ; I
Curb *Sand Uull.r Typ 1144 III. ft. two Inverted pleats down ,
Slats
Curb MO Its ft the front. A matching ; t" r
'iu hand TypUK. ,
*
inlMti T aaok bonnet is trimmed in : r

Maabolu Grad. Adjuitod I each lace. In dacron polyester f. '
Vales Box and cotton. White, sizes ( \ I i "
.. Ju.l.d Urad S okublllMd
ITuoOrd S-M-L. 4.J3 tt I
Llnuraik. T110 ... ,d.S .

K.M laoludlac
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Any bid ,*.....*. .ti.r Urn
and du *_'lll" wilt lot lie I
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Back: bid mutt b. tocomaatiUd
by a _Uti... ch..k. .... .'.* 6
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k>ia Ika fir par cant <.*> .. Merry
lbs bu bid. a. fuaraat that
tb* l4dr will not witbdraw ,
from tb. .eonpUU. an.r tb.
.DlBf ot lb. bid aid. 1C award S rt
ad Ih* Contract will wltkln tlO) t
oaaMutlv nomads day attar Match
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tr..., wild tb. City .( Tltu..lli..
lorlda.. beuld ,lit ..._11I1 jlII ,
Bidder fall to enter Into a eon.Iraol bR
IB* bid bond aball b* lor- Mates
|.iud a* liquidated daaaaa**. .
J All work aball bt dot In ao.ordaaoa I
wltk tb. Flaw tadvocl'loatlon t
wblok Buy lie ..- l 1
aralacd at Ik' *fflo* ., tka Director 1dM P They're the life of the holidays .
.( FublM Warka. TIluaYtUa,
"orl4.. 1, gay slacks and tops
N* lddr may withdraw kl. a no Informal party should
kid for a Drtd f Iblriy. 1701 ,
day aftar Ui* te.oat for tat be without them. She'll love
..,.lnf of bid.
them because made
they are
rropoaal* kll lie mbatliud A wonderful gift idea for all the tiny \
Ilse Fropoaal form wblck .aa b. of bonded cotton
."101... la tb. .tern of tk. Ptr-. Infants on your list a plushy soft i easy-care
pler .l Subtle Wrka ..4 .. knit Printed top S.UL. 4.93.
,.*.... to Ib. City "a_. City cotton flannel receiving blanket. Some f Solid color pants 8-18, S.It
gall, TIlMvUI, Florida. with lace and with
ribbon some tiny
Tim >. Ib* was of tkla Matraol Both in blUe, pink white,
aid th* sum *f Fifty Dol. animals. A lightweight: blanket that

t..*..loilOOl,.. Holiday per diy....11 Including b* ra- goes everywhere with baby. In pink yellow
." by tb* Cltr In .v.., tk* blue yellow and white.

tpolfld work I. not by eompltd U. ...".ctor In tk on. Urn kit 36" X 36". 1.49 to 1.99 Red bright u a berry. most raffle colorof

all here mixed with white in a topperset
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Ik. rl.kt la Inject asp for little one. Trimmed with binding and
sod all ...... t* ...!". Inform.tllUoa. embroidery. Pants are plastic lined. All cot. -
to ra-advanii.. tad ,
ward Ika contract I. It* boat ton In sizes S-u-L USCIIILDRV'S
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I I World Travelers Heard At Ashcraft Home Here NEW KINDERGARTENOPENING JANUARY 4thAT



.y Yea Ytrk Simmons studying the Italian language I, Also In Syria she visited one on hot stones wwe given each)fto i, think water in bad fur the ,showing as she nidi.'I I, Till
Six: guests were In the homeof and being briefed in general on week with the Eaper family, a,person, parts of which were I skin There are no baths taken. didn't see a toothbruxh other
Mrs. E. H. Ashcrafl recentlyat what to see in Italy a service I I member of which she had met folded and ud as a spoon Kv-: After eating the people "bathe" I than mine in Syria and the FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE ,
1008 Indian River Avenue to furnished by the steamship ''I aboard skip. The family bas eryone ate from the same plat In arik. the native booee. I second morning I bru\' ied my
view color slides made by Mrs. line" Mrs. Walker stated. eight children although most of terFood Only women work in the fields teeth the 2 KI villagers turned out II III 1027 PARK AVI.REGISTRATION ,
Audrea Walker on her tour oft She entered into all the ship's the related families have 10 to consisted nv t>Uy of raw and they wear long flowing en masse to watch."
Europe and the Middle East In programs and was awarded 1J I IS members Marriages are arranged sheep meat ground or pounded robes They carry such huge Mrs Walker returned to the 9 to 12
the Fall of 1963. Da Vinci prints by the ship's, by family enters There Into btU and mixed with wheat. kiwis that sometime only their U.S.' on the Greek liner Olym- '
.I The guest Included Mrs. How. Captain for contributing to a were 200 relatives in the Esper There were also homemade (ret are visible, usually In a pia. sister ship of the til.fitted DECEMBER 21.22.28.29
ant Parker, sister of Mrs. Asb.I pleasant voyage. I,family all descendant of the, cheese, and olives. There were trot V heat for bread Is ground Laconia blch burned at sea
craft; Miss Janet Smith, Mrs. In Naples, Italy Mrs. Walker ,same grandfather, and all living no stores only people, M r i. in a stone bowl with another with a serious loss of life AT THI CHURCH
I Norma Bourne, all of TitusviUe. visited the ruins of Pompeii, the In a row of houses or rooms Walker aald stone Even so the return voyage ?
.. Mary Ann Walker of Cocoa, Italian city destroyed by the i dug Into the side of stone cliffs. The )people sleep In the In these Syrian families one was no without incident The I CLASSES FOR 4 & S YR. OLDS '
Beach and Mrs. Floyd Simmonsof I eruption of Mt. Vesuvius In 79 Food was placed on a Urge clothes they work In and wear I person Is given! the task of covering Olympia encountered a storm
Bellwood. A.D. Excavations are still carried platter on a low table. Sheetsof the same clothes until (they wear with a cloth any parts ofa which lasted eight days The I FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL MM3H .r J47.J'1Ii
. Mrs. Ashcraft, herself world on. bread two feet wide baked out and fall off them They seem ",)mans legs which may be \\iI'fSll're 50 foot high\ I
. traveler, displayed from her Al the foot of Mt. Vesuvius
, numerous foreign momentoes a Mrs. Walker saw cameo brooch. t 3Cg tCWt3C t 3g
collection of 42 miniature es being fashioned. The sea
I spoons, a charm necklace and shells from which the cameosare
. bracelet depicting parts of t h e made have layers of color
i world she has visited, and a Jap and the skilled craftsmen whose i 1I SOMETHING SPECIAL..FOR THE LATE, LATE, LATE CHRISTMAS SHOPHtK. |

anese wedding cup set called life work Is making the pins hold
the 100 Poem Set", so named the shells between their fingers
because 100 poems are engraved and work with a needle sharp I
inside the cups. tool about the size of a pencil I 9
The most recent trip abroad Points are Interchangeable
for Mrs. Ashcraft was a 32-day:! liar to a drill to slm'l NIGHT OWL SALE I
Mediterranean cruise In early the intricate carving
Spring of this year with five The men have callouses on their I
days spent In the Holy Land fingers as thick as the fingers )I
during the Easter season. Mrs. themselves, Mrs. Walker ob
A craft was accompanied by served.In -l
)Ir. and Mrs. Howard'Parker, Naples she also attendedthe
Mrs. L. C Crofton, of Titusville, L Orel School of Beauty for I
and Mrs. Alys Donnicz of Or further training in hair styling'
lando. There the beauty students begin I 9 P. M. till I 1A.M.FRiDAY i
Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Ash. their training at age 12. and
craft compared notes of t bel r study 12 years to become a senior
trip to Palestine In preparationfor operator.
a lecture Mrs. Ashcraft gaveIn Mrs. Walker spoke of the se 1f NiGHT
Atlanta, Ga. Monday. The vere soap shortage In Italy.
lecture was entitled "The Holy There is none in hotels and hair
Land Today" and was arranged Is rinsed only after color has
by the International Affairs been added.
Department of the Women's !Road signs in Italy are de.
Clubs in Atlanta. I signed to accommodate the tourist Vtrestone
Mrs. Walker visited 14 .
countries
A knife and fork means a
on her trip abroad and I restaurant, two cars going the
while she showed the slides same direction means a four-
from different areas she mIsted lane highway, two cars going in
some of the highlights of her opposite directions means a two
travels. lane road. A picture of children 11f
The first and somewhat bewildering means a school crossing.
experience was to find All lights are very dim Mrs.
herself one of the very few Walker said and there are very
English speaking persons amongthe few women drivers.In .
2,000 passengers aboard the the Holy Land Mrs. Walker Phllco Radios
Leonard! Da Vinci bound for saw the site of Christ's Birth Clock Radios
Italy, "I spent one hour each the tomb of John the Baptist, 9 tops' AM-FM
j day during the Atlantic crossing the window through which Paul S rs 1ransltitor-Portable 1
was let down In a basket, the t C n d illy' '''p ToysmptS #
house of Annlas the tomb of ,
Printed Pattern Lazarus, Bethany church built For Every Age
over the home site of Mary and
Martha the Inn where the Ip Electric KHousowares
wounded man was taken by the
good Samaratan the Mount of f
.j Temptation, Garden of Gethse- A /, Brand Name s CHRISTMAS RECORD elcyc
mene in which olive trees Z,-
000 years old still live and under of your favorite Christmas Carol 'OIoclpedes

which! Christ prayed. PhiltO Rise Stevens and Brian itt
Mrs. Walker waded in the as performed by es
Dead Sea, the lowest spot onJ | Sullivan with the Firestone
t earth, and walked the Via Da ,11 Freezers y 00 Orchdstra and Chorus Auto
Rosa, the way Christ walked i i
with, the cross. |II i j i Su ppllos
} Pastor Jack Downey of Cocoa 4 Ca lr MN $
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Beach Methodist church requested I !iF Wagons F. CNgalailAlhu 1 .
:: that Mrs. Walker bring'i'1!], For The r
111 ..IIlIwJ him a bottle of water from the j i i
Jordan River The bottle would i Youngsters philc
have been harder to find than i 1r 'r
the water, but I had saved a Rofrigeratophilco
water bottle bought on board !
ship". Mrs. Walker said The
water was taken from the spot i 0 '
In the river designated as the ?V t' *
place Christ was baptized. Consoles
Another high point In the trip portables / TO OUR RFCaa
to the Holy Land was having ,| CO
tea with the Governor of Jeru-1< Low PRi gR HiFj St
salem, Abeu Gozalleh. .. 1 i FS
Along with the pictures Mrs. Brand Name Por/a5/e/ re0 /
Walker showed the guests a I Electric Shavers
beautiful green and gold brocade
fabric made entirely by"'" I For nun or ladies FRIDAY NIGHT ONL
hand operated looms and a '
red velvet cape made In the : ,
)Holy Land and a cameo necklace :, .
9470 W I from Italy. ;I !; 11 Electric PhilcoNair
In Egypt Mrs. Walker saw the j I
Dryers Washers
SIZES17 sphinx and pyramids, some of i
Prlnl. 11.11.top. sow l% y t..r4 U..U li-incd H. I?,.kklrt 8U, MW the mud houses tome I .j 4 TREMENDOUS HOURS OF Dr Crs

ud boolt 1 s )ard.. with straw roofs, many with no ;
Thrty tie tent in emin fmfui roofs The mud huts serve very I! j irs PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
this ,.aU.o 54.I I ernte well In a land with led than j I RQlJpjt
rrh' natUn, f," l lat.'In** one inch of rainfall a year The ] topF
polling .i>4 .l.tnl himlliiir animals live In the huts with thepeople WE'LL BE OPEN 'TIL 1:00: A. M. srQatiotl
lend to IU r.71p11.Y| I'MInn and are J Just as sanitary J ppl!
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Now \mk It N V *\to."l 01" Un. Walker told. : J. TO GIVE YOU A CHANCE 1
for nil nr. .ll-\\irli'' "I'rt.J JKuwl In UUkla. Syria. Mrs. WalkJ I' J
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Stage I, with Mrs C. Bout. Thursday, December 17 Assistance Outlined By VA Food Bargains '
and Mrs. E. Jamerson as Inttruvton Jean Carolyn Atchison
visited the Sanford A. Alewtne
Zoo u an added activity on the Billy Scott Jr Injuries or Illness that tutally was set up solely for those children
study of animals. To exprcv 1I E. E. Rhodes and permanently disable veter whose veteran parent had Titusville Shopping Center
their enjoyment after the trip, Russell Odum ana or bring about their death died due to wartime disabilities
Mrs Boulc's class: proudly pro A. R. Nevins do not have to be wartime In Col. W H ,Boshoff( Veterans 1
duccd a zoo of their own from Kathy Greco origin to make their children Service Officer for Brevard Washington Ave.
J picture cutouts and cardtjuard Mrs. J. D. Nash Jr. eligible fur the educational assistance County, laid.Congrell .
Mrs B. L. Keldcr'i class of PrUay, December II administered by the later amended this QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
visited the TltusvlUi Administration.
State I Veterans
Ben F. Gardner to also Include children of veterans
PUBLIC Library a* part of the< The original War Orphans Education
J. K. Nicholson whose deaths had resulted
enriched In Soda I Assistance Program I THUR. FRI. SAT.
program Jon Harvey Gould from extra hazardous line- 0 -
The head librarian read 'I
Studies. Lawrence PoppeD Jr. of-duty Injuries or Illness in
to the
stories
several classic Mac Conrath peacetime service DEC. 17 18 19
children who were very attcn Jule E. Benson Hodge Aboard ,
live as It was a new experience Wm D. Argenbrlght A further amendment by the
for many of them. A number ol recent Congress extended t b eprogram
Donald
Anderson
pupils secured library cards Mrs. John Eads '1155 Coral Sea to the sons and daugh ARMOURS STAR GRADE "A"
and have visited the U. ters of living veterans, perm
since the class visit. and disabled
brary anently totally
NEW RULE IN ORERCK Interior i Communications
The Christmas spirit Is unuU&lly Technician Fireman Robert I). from service Incurred.disabil 14 Ib.
high as Indicated by the ATHENS (AP) Hereafter !lodge USN, son of Mr. and ity. TURKEYS Up 37 cSWIFT'S
school activities vheth'tr
various Greek clergymen may not drive Mrs Doyace M. Hodge of :311: Eligible children, generally
single or grouped. Lb
can. Main St., Titusville la serving
between the of 18 and 23,
ages
7n Stage I, the children have The 13-year-old Archbishop aboard the attack aircraft carrier .
receive up to 31 months of
traditional may
enjoyed singing hryioctomos, Pat r i la r h of USS Coral Sea operatingwith schooling.
Christmas; songs, listening to the U.S. Seventh Fleet in -
Greece, has sent out an order
ol Full Information be obtained PREMIUM BEEF
Stories and coloring scenes the Far East. may
laying: "It ls strictly forbiddenfor Boshoffs office.
Christmas. An unusual activity at
in reading has been! the writing clergymen: who have been While with the Seventh fleet
Of letters to Santa, with each driving cars up to now to con Coral Sea's crew members will ODD ORDER Round ::1
tine driving. It Is also forbid-
telling Santa what they would visit such ports as Pearl Harbor C
like for Christmi.i.'fMrs. den to rent or drive cars belonging Hawaii; Guam; Sublc Bay NEW YORK (AP) The STEAKS 79 .
to friends.
B. L Felder'a class In the Philippine Islands; the book-publishing agency of the Club LB.Stewing
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(learned through stories, poems The clergymen were told they British Crown Colony of Hong Young Men's Christian Association
and songs of now Christmas\ Is must use public transportation, Kong; Yokosuka, Sasebo, Iwa- Association Press, reports
observed In other parts of the or ride chauffeur-driven: auto kung and Beppu, Japan. receiving an order from a bookstore
"'orld. Their favorite part of mobiles The 63.000 ton carrier, which' in Red China for famed
this particular event Involved III 973 feet in length, Is equal' Swiss theologian Karl Earth's SHURFRESH
that Santa Is called In various they are that Santa will soon to the height of a 20 story bUild. book, "It ow to Serve God in a
countries. The major areas stud be here on Sunday, Dec 20, Ing Marxist Land." CANNED wiM wi:
led were France, England, Hot then the wee ones will sing wice
land and Germany. They especially \traditional Christmas songs up
liked the names Father and down the streets beginning
Christmas, which Is English, at J p.m.' BISCUITS'Limit

and ,Kris Kringle, which is German 1 r is [JENS

:*.Mrs E. Ryoland'i class of BUY DIRECTWE 6r
Stage III has been study 6 with
'
ing from a unit prepared on RAISE OUR OWN Sugar 3 Lb. Avg. U
Christmas and Its Symbols The 5.00 Food Order
activities included both Individual Flowers, Shrubs, Fruit, Nut & supph 9,
and group participation. Shad Trees. GUARANTEED be
The pupils have made candleholders Post paid. FREE GIFTS tlOI
from pine cones, Christ Write for FREE Price list C
inas card holders from cereal UrgVarletyi.. You name It? 19 6
boxes and have written poems,, We Have illCART'S LB. cans 29 N
The major group activity is ;t
preparation! for the Christmas NURSE3IESInvtmtih .
program to be held in the auditorium ",rhl. bId,
on Tuesday, Dec. 22, KNhOI1
FupUs from all of the other r Home of the Wonder Tree x

rooms have been Invited to par % Ml. rue .. U.I. 41 ant all:
FLORIDA GRADE "A" SMALL ,
tclpatc In the gay happenings $ Hwy. 44
.
of the program, a playlet entitled 1

Tree"Trimming Children the from Christmas the class _..._.....................................11..'.'t..........,... .................. ii

will represent children of other ) EGGS i 3 DoT $1
countries and will decorate "Wheel&DearNowatAdams'YEAR 00'J

these a tree countries.with ornaments Both costume used ui i

and ornaments have been mad 1
by Mrs. Rvoland'i class 1I I'JD
I
))Ir. TombliiTi class 1s currently END FLOOR MODEL WINTER GARDEN WINTER GARDEN ml sin
studying from a unit prepared -
on the slate of Florida set

The deals portion with they sports are now of enrichment studying CHRISTMAS SALE I CREAM oa

what they are and PUMPKIN cifho
where to find them. When the

unit is completed a trip to,SL the Augustine class anticipates ,. BIG! BIG! BIG II

the oldest city In Florida, to set TRADEINSA PIES an
in reality some of the spoil discussed PIES
In the unit. :
..Mrs Janet Campbell, a resident ))1 Lemon Strawberry till
of Mime, is currently doing ULTRA-COLOR TV er
her intern work at Cuyler Choc. Cocoanut Banana -
under the direction of Mrs. C $100 TRADE ALLOWANCE =
0. Smith of Stage II. Mrs. Camp .
bell la married and the mother I
of six children, all In school 39C I
One of the major areas she and ilAi 35CSHURFINE
the pupils covered dealt with
the sun and its family To culminate A
this activity, the class A A I
UP TO _
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visited I he Central FlorldiMuseuri I i r
and Planetariumhw 21
making the trip wen :
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Tunsell! Mrs LARGE NO. 2'/2 CAN ,
Campbell and accompanying 36 MONTHS ,. A Ar I .
parents, Mrs. Christine High :
amlth and Mrs. Mary Mitchell aa I

the Mrs.office,Massey wishes, faculty, to the and extend principal affiliates from olCujlcr TO PAY r FRUIT COCKY AIL 39cMORTON

I Merry Christmas and a Happy Model M133AWD
New Year to all parents and I

patrons of the school. channel V IF.UHF reception; with; !hI... G I Synchro-
Neighbors of Cuyler, The t< 82"" Illumlnitid tuning system featuring tits exclu" :
Chic Beef STANDARDCut
Kindergarten, directed by Mn "410' permitronw transistor tuner. A Turkey Green
B Palate will Indicate to thVims u< w '
E simplified "instant color" controls 'for quick, COflveni-< :
{ \ community how happ';: tuning of color strength and tint. : I I MEAT SOT

Lllrr/! C "Fine Furmtur." Cabinetry 'featuring matched wood A 5 FOR 99 BEANS 8 CAN.1
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4a.XMhitfMCkuw> "aC aAa tt I'M NOT! WNO AMI I KNOW TIL WEAKEN EVENTUALLY
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Dear Ann Landers: Last Sunday 7 years too late with that 11- DOWX WELL TURN IT ON NOW!

our family drove over IOC year-old right now. 1.WorryMMtoi I'M NOT SIbH

miles to visit my brother, his Ask your doctor for some $ 11.5' =: GOING Td 4dAt1l

wife and their newborn son literature to guide you. And get TURN ON THE A

Midway through dinner my Bis going or you'll have four kids L16HT! .M,

ter.In.law left the table to take who are mixed up as you are, ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COIHT or r
care of her infant. When we Lady. the third grade. The ctrII.\ THB NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT VR 1

finished the meal we all went took to the dance Saturday IN, FLORIDA AND VOa IFEVAROCOUNTY r ra r

back to the bedroom to say; Dear Ann Landers: A friend wouldn't pour a glass of water CHANCERY NO. ,.T/tMtTirB 1y1

of mine whom I will call Mrs. TO IIKHCinKATHLEEN i a y
good-bye. on him if he were on fire : : MARY QUTKTTKrHANK l

There sat my sister-In-law R. asked If she could borrow then she found out I ns crazy PI.IDltl' P '

breast feeding her baby. Since my card table set. about him and went all out to n LAWRKMCK: : OITKTTK

children ho 11 Three weeks later Mrs R. 1.Dd., ,
then our are ,, I. take him away. TOt Frink Lowranc 0.....,.
9, 7 and 5 years of age have started divorce proceedings. I This cheap little flirt has 5.dd.nn tinkaowni Lot rZ
didn't want to bother her about known noldonr "'*1". 14M42nd.
been bothering me with ques done the same thing to two Itnxl, Brooklyn II,
lions about sex my table and chairs at Dial other girls. The only boys she Now York 'II
time The next I heard she hid YOU ARK HERCRT NOTIFIED
I furious with sister
am my wants are the ones who belong Ibis mil of tomDl.lnt for
\\n-law for placing me in this moved into an apartment. That to someone else Dives k.. BOO. mod i..'001

embarrassing position I hadn t was last July.Yesterday would fine you*md oopy you of ir Sour* roaulrod A DI..' orlMdli tooorvi I Jltir sr.NT yuss1UMO I vNdl11* w5RN$ t1/11L 7 wm.rr i $
Why a boy drop a
Figured on mentioning sex to I telephoned Mrs. to 0.. Bill of ('omnl.lnlon DNYA PHOTOORAPH 1 PUT ITS ON 5dM DRe4SINOTALa /1 loci, IINI
girt like me for a terrible person tkl rl.lntlffi silo.... ROH
OS MTCeLf f-O5 IPSANASe DN 1011 tJWBRIV
children until 1 and asked her to please return !
my they were KRT A. COTT P. O Sri HITMolkourn. .ieuanNl
like her them together .
card table set. She Seeing .. norldi. end fllo 'ha HaAPIANOT"I .
bIder. This stupid woman my teen me up something orifln.l Aiowor or .....d''... In l
KNEW we were leaving for said, "I did. Immediately after Iho Offlr of ... Clork of IhoClnuit 1r
I Jimmie
awful. How
the I asked "to whom" can get Court on or Won tko
home after dinner. party
right Why back? ROBBED FROM Mil .n .t Doeomlll, 1114I4. 11 .ou
couldn't she have waited an. and she replied, "I left them on foil ,. do oo. ludftmil kr ,.'.ul'
Dear From: The girl didn'tknock will ... 'toko ...10.1 ,.... Err Ik.rollof ,
other 30 minutes' your porch. Mm over the head and dom.ndoil U '". Bill of ? falf' dY'
I'm so burned rd like to Complllnt. 11RR
I'd like to take this matter up up
off did she? I don'tbelieve
drag him DONE: ANIS 0HDKMCD ll Tl
Kith her but I don't know what take her to court Should IT -!. friend caa be tuivllli. ........ County riorld.. 11.15Z M c
to She reads column FAVOR-DO-ER a boy this' Mrd dny of Novomhor, IMIC1BXUIT .
say. your tf
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"stolen. It's a lost cause unless ( COURT "1C4 J.I
religiously so will you please I Dear Doer: Mrs. R. should decides his CURTIS N BAM Mr' *. :
Jimmy on own _
not have left the card table set : CLERK or CIRCUIT &
lambaste her for rudely leavinghe
that ke prefers you after all I COIRTBY
table and behaving in this on the porch. A person of Integrity V, B RiMiiirtorDooutv I

repulsive manner in front ofmy would have offered to buy Ann Landers will be glad to N.,. 5t DM. I. (II'l.rk|V>.4 > 1M4IW Wm

children? DISGUSTEDDear .1 you a new set but obviously INIREDAM/W. 11174010 FT -' RNA A
help you with your problems Q Id 11A5N alT r M7t4Acn1ILLt / A
Disgusted: I see nothIng she is a cipher THE rOUNTY JIIM1KB: B
rude in : Send them to her In care of.. COURT IN AND rots BREVARO (045:) Old TNR pClkwyAM4LSTKM. / a
or repulsive
yoursisterinlaw's Suing her would mean expense this newspaper enclosing a COUNTY FLORIDA I oj
behavior but I
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see much that is Ignorant and trouble, and additional stamped, self-addressed envelope IN' alt out or uoirim IDA GI//I fa !
irritation. Forget it. And forget VCHICU r>ODiw oafish In yours : or t Tkr or O"DIR I
about HER too U.-.T.'TIOiOl.
or Nb
She was seeking privacy and I NNI( K.k. .r !J

you invaded her room. So why IWOTlf'W 0. IIWTWIWTIO" TOat01axt0 All .rMB kavl. ol.lmi ard.150nd..0.1an
Dear Ann Landers: How can ICT5TIOt SA.I Ik. .NaI. olLOUIIE j
criticize HER? Furthermore, I! keep sanity when the I. oo"olla ra .ltll H.... Rill IDA VOOEL. Ib. tkovo- _
'your children don't know my boy M.. 1175. ell.pt.. Nwmb.r IIIK11. ..amid11.d.M.. oro k.r.kv not- I
II I love turns up at a dance vlth ..... 0' rlorlda. A.U .t 1,41. tSI Ned l...l .. N.r .f .(ImlnlilraUoo Cuwr.i
bow life begins and how Infants I hate? ..ad..lw... .11I '.. ... ."" the ..._..". k.. biro .niorkr .. fl..J
are nourished by their mothers a girl curs: 0' III. CI..II c.m Is II... '.>. Honorakli VIHOIL HCONKLINO 15 f P
I have loved Jlmmle sinceJIM'S Ward Comic. FI......... ...... F,' tountv.1':1. that
Itt time they learned. e.Ipt 0' .reol of .....II..U.. ., tk. IOUI .... !150 / ry Jr-i
telling 1111. .011... IM fene.l.i n......... I. Two Tb...... Two Hnnilradriflr
YOU say you planned on RIm. ....111 0"''',,'. R...50nn1Liulpm.I Mi lid 11/1' illIM 111DBlUrt
them when they were 'old TV led 11II0011.. ...d.. Oat .... .._ >. .11'.11' I .... I. ohel.wN' ol thoo I* .11... Midout. -
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er How much older' You are Proftiilonil. I Gu.rtnfM4 diner ..11._. Fiends. aid .... ...* iMlood k? rack
Service tail ,". "ad.'..... la I5. eel, ....... ."* a. till"".!
p.n .1..1. la oalol bu4nm.Dat.d THH.REMB KIRKOirNBAlM I
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I Col W. H Boshoff, Veteran out cost under this new law
I. Cancer CrusadeDick r Service Officer for Brevard! The requirements for such' bopltallzatlon In "Tall Back"Photographer's KNOW PLAY SANTA
County, says that when Veteran are:
Pope Jr., president of ? Administration Hospitalswere 1. Person must be unable to Mate Fin t c CHRISTMAS
Florida Cypress Gardens Association originally established In pay for hospitalization 2. Mas Class Franklin D. Peele, HOURS
Inc., and of Cypress the State of Florida, they were have resided in the State of USN'j' Opm 10 A.M.- P.M,
of Mr. and Mrs. H. "
Gardens Skis, Inc., has beer set up to furnish hospitallza Florida for at least one year, son Daily 4k.With The Perfect Gift Fore
named voluntary chairman of r tlon based on a veteran population 3 And must be over the age of! Peele of 111 Mantor Ave., Tltusville Sunder P.M.
the 1965 cancer educational and In the state of 50,000. The 65. participated Dec. 9-12 I The Entire Family!
fund raising Crusade, which last survey, made in July 1964, Bosh-off points out further that in a large scale fleet training t h
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will be conducted In April ;i/y V ahows that at this time there this law may help many veterans operation in the Western PacifIc .
the Florida Division of the ws.1 are 850,000 veterans in this I who, because of lack of
.called "Operation Tall Back"while
American Cancer Society. State. space, have been denied admission
He will succeed Harry P. i "Where' everyone blames the to VA hospitals In Flori serving with Heavy Photographic only 4.75 weekly
Creep, Fort Lauderdale, who Veterans Administration for not da. Likewise this new law applies Squadron II.
headed the 1964 Crusade PopeIs taking In every veteran who to both men and women The exercise, under the direc.
a director of the Winter Ha. L. 'oZ. wants to go to a VA Hospital, alike, and when many a veteran Jon of the Commander of the
ven Chamber of Commerce and In reality, no such blame can has requested medical attention Seventh Fleet in the Far East,
of the Winter Haven DICK POPE, JR. be laid to them," Col. vain
president .f Oirdtni nimad justly and hospitalization, in was designed to Increase the
Cyprus
Skeet and Trap club. lie is a I Voluntary Stata Chairman .ftha Boshoff said."Action I' for his wife, on the ground that readiness of Seventh Fleet units
graduate of Rollins College, IMS educational' and Fund- Is being taken to Increase she was not a member of the In strike, antiaircraft and anti.
Winter Park, Florida; enlistedin tailing Cruaada the American facilities at VA hospitalsand armed services 'and thus not a submarine warfare. Twenty-
the Marine Corps In 1951 and i Cancer Society. to build more In this state, veteran, women can participateunder three surface ships, three submarines
went Into active duty in Sep Pope Sr. In 1911, he and his but that takes time," he added. this new program. and several land .. based
tember 1952 He retired from father were co-chairman of the Col. Boshoff points out also Finally, Boshoff says that he Air Force and Naval air. tin
active service in 1954 as a AmerIcan Cancer Society's Polk hat according. to law, not only will assist any aged persons in Its participated In the exercise.
tint Lieutenant are service connected veter- whether veteransor
this county,
The announcement was made County Unit Cancer Crusade. ass eligible for VA,,hospital! not, to the best of his abilityto Two task forces, each with an GrtUJllo oran ,
by Edwin I H. Updike, M.D., In accepting the chairmanshipof lion, but also non service-connected secure adequate hospltaliza- attack aircraft carrier as its r
Ocala, president of the American the. 1965 educational and veterans "if they are un- tion,,should occasion arise. hub, opposed each other. A
Cancer Society and James fund raising Cancer Cru- able to defray the expenses of The operation was conductedto fur.I
W. Kynes Jr, Tallahassee, vol. sade, Pope said, "I have a necessary hospital care". A new test and valuate Seventh
unteer chairman of the Crusade strong personal reason to help! law, commonly known as the Life Underwriters Fleet units under the most real
Committee. fight the vicious disease of caner Kerr. Mills Act, passed by the To Meet Dec. 18 istic operating conditions. 21" co al
About 10 years ago, Pope became I want to do what I canto last session of the Congress aids IVfIUU
interested in ski iportactivities hasten the day when a cure all citizens, not only veterans, The North Brevard Life Underwriters
after participating in will be found through Intensified In Florida, In that, any such Association will hold Card Of ThanksWe ( 12 CNAHNEtpK
research. I am convinced that hospitalization III monthly meeting Thursday,
needing'
the National Water Ski Tournament person
In Holland, Mich. Since the Society's cancer control programs "If he Is unable to defray the Dec. 18, at 12 noon in the Rlv- would like to take this
of public education, research opportunity to thank our many
then he has been National expenses of necessary hospital ervlew Restaurant.
Champion three times and won and patient services care", can be hospitalized with. This Is a newly organized friends for the flowers, food,
the world championship in 1910. must, in the meantime, be supported group and every life underwriterIs phone calls and visits duringthe
In 1958 he organized his ikl I and expanded to help and Industries, schools and col- urged to attend and give his passing of Barney E. Long. + .v w '-
manufacturing company. Last save more lives. leges and all special groups and support to this worthwhile Mrs. B. E. Long and
year, he was also named president "I sincerely hope that ill I t organizations will live their con cause, said L. P. Cain, of State Children
of Cypress Gardens which Floridians will join with me In clentlous support in the 1945 Farm Insurance Companies,. in Mrs. Lou Long
was founded by his father Dick this Crusade and that trades Crusade to help save lives" announcing the meeting. Mrs. Frank S. Middleton




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