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Title: Star-advocate
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 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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Christmas On Thursday? J', The 'ti'e:; :ler

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and distributed tomorrow (Thursday) M 0 D winds I II milt For hour Increasing
you'll fit a Christmas ",r.ont" day early :\ unto Thursday

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Resident #'


84th Year No. 154 16 Pages Today Titusu! .' nda Wednesday Timber" 23, 1964 5c Per Copy Published Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays






I Junior Hi Bids Complete Current Bond ProgramantiAmerican .





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In Viet NamBy will probably jet
underway In the next two weekson
the four new junior high I
r schools In Brevard County on
which bids were! opened here
PETER ARNETT Huong, would go along, but In which he d'lectly' attacked I'' government yesterdayThe
SAIGON. Viet Nam (AP) Khanh had clearly become the Taj'lor. Khanh was quoted assaying Disagreements between Taylor bid owning was probably
There were indications strongest man In South Viet that If Taylor did not act and Khanh have flared up ; the largest in the history of
that South Vietnamese military Nam for the time being. more Intelligently Southeast from time to time In the past 'the school board with the
men were cranking up an anti- Khanh told the nation by radio Asia would be lust. three months But there were k. arm four( schoolii being bid at onetime
American campaign that may I Tuesday night that no foreign According to other highly Informed no advance signs of the current I .
even Involve street demonstration power could Impose Its pol sources, Khanh told his explosion, set off Sunday by a : Recognized as low bidders on
!* against U.S. Ambassador icies on his armed forces.In council of generals that tough I military purge of the High National i the project was the firm of Set I
Maxwell D. Taylor. I the speech, Khanh was pressure on the United Stales ] Council. The dispute Is at I ticas) and Chlllura of Tampa, ;
Informed sources said Lt. clearly taking an anti-American must now be applied, and that least partly a personality clash builders of three elementary
Gen. Nguyen Khanh. command. tone with the added assertion this should include antl-Amprl. :I between Khanh and Taylor I school In the county In the pat 1
er of the armed forces alreadyhas his country could go( on without can demonstrations if neces ,I A military reorganization of I I year The firm entered a low ,
drawn the outlines of such American assistance if neces i sary. I I the High National Council might [ bid of 4.S15OflO! which was
a campaign before his military sary. In the midst of this the U.S. I at least partly satisfy the I about S7S.OOO below the amount
council of some 20 high officers. Later Khanh granted an interview State Department said It could American demand for a returnof budgeted for the projects.
It was not known whether the I I to a correspondent of 'I' not condone "improper Interfer I I the government to civilian Formal awarding of the con :
civilian premier, Tran Van the New York Herald Tribune, ence" in Viet Nam's civilian control. I I tract cannot lake place until) after I

the bids are approved by the I

You Better Watch Out, POSTOFFICE BUSY Every veal at the above photo Thomas Poppell, Jr Atlanta and Washington" officesof !.
the Housing and Home Finance
Christmas time post offices all over left superintendent of malls, and Herman Agency since federal

I .n'Hit the world have a very large increase!' in VVattwood, postmaster said that funds are Involved In the construction
Don't Get A SatelliteBy mail to handle due to package and everything has gone "smoothly". .
By cards being vent The Titusville is ccr S-A Pholo.Club The low bid was about |M,.
tainly no exception as can be seen in DUO lower than the second lowest ,
submitted by Daniel Con-
HOWARD BENEDICT I casings, and fragments of metal miles up and form a continuous verhe. fttructlon Co. There were three
which have fallen off satellitesor north-lo-south belt around the The Russians don't say how OrderedTo other bids, the highest of which
CAPE KENNEDY Fla. AP I I Country
( ) rockets They are widely earth about five miles wide andS I wan M,49H.IM.The .
of their satellites are
When Santa Claus makes his many operating.
scattered and Santa should have % miles thick. four junior high school, j
chimney<:htrnney goodwill little trouble weaving around The orbiting objects are what They do say that their I In be consr s'ted In South Tllunvllle. .
journey Thursday night: he may ''I them. remain of more than GOO pieces I Zond2 Is beeping along toward RiH-kledge, Indlalantle
find that space resembles a But he'd better have his radaron of hardware excluding\ the Mars as is the U.S. Mariner Zoning Law and tau: Cialllr. are designed on
Obey
freeway at rush hour. I the alert for a cluster of 202 needles and Transit debris 4. the same plan. Construction
lie might be wise to equip his I small fragments which are orbiting shot into space by the United I The figures reflect the greater time Is 290 calendar days, which:
sleigh with control jets or retrorockets close together. They are Stales and Soviet Union since I number of successful! American would put completion about the
so he and his reindeercan the fallout from a U.S. Transit Sputnik 1 was launched Oct. 4, I space shots. Since the space age Whispering Hills CountryClub in compliante with proper ton stltutes a dante hall explalnet middle of (Motor ,
maneuver through the jamof navigation satellite rocket 1957. began, the United States has was Instructed to \'Omply'Ith ing by operating a dance hall, I'orter. He said then was def It was pointed out however, .
fast-moving satellites and which disintegrated In 1961. Of the larger pieces still aloft, orbited 238 earth satellites, six city ordinances and regulations which U not permitted under the Inltely a difference between a that the firm recognUed as low
"space junk" orbited by man. If Santa doesn't want to be- 251 belong to the United States, solar satellites and hit the moon Immediately by Tltusvllle former Town of Whlxperlng dance sanctioned or" aponaora! bidder, had completed Clemen
The latest count shows there I come a pincushion, he'd detour J8 to the U.S.S.R. three times. The Soviets have City Council last night, and Hills sonlng under which the by a private club and a danceadvertised lary schools: several weeks priorto
are 287 man-made objects rac around the band of Project West Thirty of the American satellites launched 70 succensful earth I proper city officials were or. i club operates as nun-conform- as open to the pub deadline and could !possibly
ing through space at altitudes Ford space needles. These are still are beepin/slgnals satellites, five sun vehicles and dered to enforce the compliance ing useThe lie. do the same with the four new
from 100 miles to several million 400 million hair-thin copper transmitting weather pictures, hit the moon once The United 'I City Attorney Dave Porter fact that the club operators Gene; Codbolt, Httcrney of Or junior high plants,
miles. wires, called dipoles, launchedIn communications signals military States has sent six astronauts reiterated his earlier opinion advertise the club as open Undo, representing lohn Shah The four plants Hill take care
These are satellites, dead und 1962 In a communications experiment. Information and a wealthof into space; the Soviets have or that the country club was not to the public for dancing, alive; burned out rocket I They are about 2,100 data on secrets of the uni- I bited Dine that the sign out Iront of the about 1,300 apiece I
I building which advertise tb e The four building, complete
Jaycee Ball In "Go" Condition "Rendezvous Room" had b e e n construction within the f II mil-
removed and other remedial action Him bond !Hue approved two

Sewer Water Extension The New Year's Eve Dance, man for the NCw"Ir'. Eve was being taken to conform years ago. This means!' that for
Okayed I sponsored by the Tltiwvllto extravaganza, wishes to Inform to the proper xonlng regulation further const rut'tlun, another

Jaycees, Is In the "GO" condition everyone Interested that tickets Councilman Dr, Glen Young bond issue will l b. required.
according to Chairman are available at Brevard Nat added an amendment to? the motion First step In this prut-em will
Steve Pantano Over 3,0(10( hats kraal, ntl/iMM and First Nat. of Councilman tttndvllSeane get under way In January whena
noise makers" 'IC. plus 400 kraal Banks from the Coffee that the club Immediate' survey team compound of educator
balloons, are on hand to be Shop or front any Jaycee, How. ly conform to proper zoning, from throughout FlurWda
For Oak
Whispering Hills-Royal handed out during the dance, ever, In order to got rewrvatlonn that all occupational license. fir will/ be here for a week!' tontutly
which will be held at Fisher's at no extra owt, ticket the operation of the club be Investigated present building and all
Building fanlano reports that holders MUST call 27.4211 stoo. actors[ relating to future growth
the Jaycees will sell 7} 1 lens<< No more than. 350 ticket will be Charge: by nearby residents 10; come up with revommenda:
Titusville City Council has water line be extended;' be con It possible to serve approximately M1M million bond issue tickets than they did at their wild. to the club that the operation. of theta for future ccm tructklll. A
authorized the extension of water tinued. 1,000 homes. The entire system would tie Christmas Ball, totaling 130 The TltiMVllle Jaycee VUve the Whispering III1U Country report of a survey team $Is nee-
sewage lines south\ of Rt.: Charles Black city consulting Cost of the entire project Is Into the extensions on Route 50 sea persons, thus leaving more are In charge of aU decorations. Club wa objectionable to lit. euary, according to state regtlalionx -
405 from the terminus In Whispering a later date and complete a neighborhood about the before state funds rail
'breathing and dune Ing" apace TII krill are M per couple fur brought
laid of
engineer, out the cost extending estimated by Black to be $134(00 ,-
Hills to Knox McRae I.t of water and aewage serv Dale Freeman, ticket chair- IhU I1YOH (damn This admls-, orders of compliance Godbolt be spent on lonrtructlon In my
Drive south of Royal Oak both the sewage and which will be financed the entire South\ Tltusvilli lion coot enllllw the "holder to asked the council fur an addllonal county
City Manager Cleveland T a I I- water lines which would make through the recently: approved free set.upt and ire free hats 'week In order that the I Any proposed bond Issue
madge in a letter to the council WaferSewageBids and nofoemakerx door prl/es, contrail with the present enteralnment would Include building pro.
recommended the action breakfast catered by Royal would he fulfilled This gram that would ue locallyvot.ed !
"If this line Is extended to [ Navy Plane Crashes Awarded (anile at I am. and coiitln-' was denied by council. funds to match stale and federal .
Knox McRae Drive we wouldbe talus manic from I m. lit I I Ia funds In take greater' advantage
able to serve! other develop. m. Two>> b.nd.rUI be, fealurtd. of available money.

ers on the west side of SR 405," DEBARY, Ft: (AP-A pilot- was said to have been killed/ In Station, Muted a deep crater I, was Cambron low bidder Construct on the new well Co darting with Dkk Trwnbla Carol "Sing"Sel Although' refremrnlatlves of
I I Florida Power and Cu
"T I I Light
Talmadge pointed out n e 1 Quintet and then with Jerry ,
In the
less Navy plane exploded Intoa a parachute jump from low lev ground. fields collection system with Ibid '
( and' Gas Cot
cost of extending the 8" water and the InternsIn Caterpillar 0. City
line to Knox McRae Drive wouldbe residential area of this retire- el. The second man In the plane'I Ipar.chuted I. Sen Everett Dlrknen. R-III.. I nf US.M4: IS and a M day a Ilithter/ vein, Panlanopronijs Thursday were In the audience al yeiteray's -

considerably more than we ment community today, demolished Into a tree and was I has a winter home here and' completion date | that at 1 II midnight, bid opening. and Interested
was in Debary at the time ofthe The collection ly.ImrIU collect
were formerly advbed. However \ one home and damaged reported unhurt the ".ky will fall and \JI.t.nY'1Ie In the outcome of bids on a
but
trash It occurred and dl.lrlbuterltr from North Brevard
If we can determine that the several others, and started a The expiation of the empty I I some caught doming with community 'Mai energy power plant' for
distance from his home the IM'Well system Into the Chrlnlmas carol "ilng" 'will beheld
developers\ will begin construction raging fire. One man was reported plane, which was believed 101 hill OV B wife for three conoec.ullve he school In nue kled"t, Die
of their subdivision Immediately killed. have been on a mi* ton from I water treatment plant, presently dames face* preiblel I \ at 4 p m. tomorrow hard, took no I recommend that the One of two men In the plane the nearby Sanford Naval Air I II Post Office To B. under construction I eviction.Sidewalk. (Thursday) at the InierwHonof if the bed referring It to the
Aim let' for bids was equipment U R. I and Norwood Avenue dmbiMlratlna for recommend
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Closed Dec 25 for the sewage treatment' north of the overhead p*.*. I Inn.

I 'fl... f 'j" I r t, III I plant at the former Southeastern I The manger acne, with life The board has been studying
4 '. .., """ j. : .v.1'1O.i"trI .! -.I-1 -'jr' !: The Tltusvllle pout office .IU Utilities, plant at Imperial Es site character, has been Installed the 1M of total energy plants
be cloned all UirUtma tames The make HpuMttile
: day equipment by the THwvilM Rotary I I over a period of several ninths
: : : Day, Dec K. No window service for the new area uf dub, which ls also" spiewring such a plant built by CaterplU,
I wig be provided. Rural the subdivision lie /Into thesewage the "sing", tar/ Co and operllctd by natural
without"
placing
and plant Hearing III[ would furnish. all ,
routes city delivery route power
I the In jeopardy through
plant .
Jc pIni. Dealing and tooling require.mend -
will not operate on this day. ,overload.t'Ianagan.Melralf..
for a chool. The board
I Special delivery mailer, other of Tampa, jrd) lo try such: a plant at one
'was low bidder on the equipment
Jan. 12
than to rural route addressee I with a bid of ni.ai.ouo, if thete school and RoikWgfl
was chosen on the flip of a coin
U'4'M will\ be delivered promptly Delivery
Low bid MI this type of toitillaikm -
of gift and perkhattle Schools BJC A Mtond public: hearing on submitted In conjuno
parcel will be made Holiday I UM p same d arterial Wkmalkprogram I II ton with the other bida yenter
athedal U collecUMi and has tarn set for las I lay was W MM), which wan suN
patch will be observed. eII"l, Gel Stale Funds I U by TttuavtU At a CMilMurd public hearing bidder Other bid on the "tie
will\ be worked to port e ff i Brevard County public sdwsd'
boxes, said Hermaa E. Nato system will fa* 1771 ia 'J1r""". la* nigh ofepciidM were tai etiergy" plant ranged u nigh"
heard OtIIYDAYi
agate and council set up II $4055).
wood, pwunater. I as t result of act* take by the puwtc !beartaf due lo the I
the State Board of EdutaiiMiyedeeday Fact Mat MMMw and
By order of the Port Office change
5
Department Saturday, Dee 291 I but tilt money 'was wore mwto on the tgMl, pr> '' Daycoreccast
time day after Oinxtma wtfl be : ant unexpeitedIt peal III Monday MM. s work
to TctakulaUM nuts,y mrtm. The created amed-
oTMTWd a* a H'iMay to DMA
,
reaped There will be M wit due Me county as IM Matte I I1IIIfIpfC'tHq mists whir' matt tome bask
dow service Delivery win be ware of ?Weer to lake tare of before the BMMteUM i FVxlii eve day forecast'Temperatures
made on Rural routes but aotoa Ml9r., enraMrmestuThe changer Hrvotve mast. dUfc 'win average near
.. city route. UMHwcte4rf to oa the ..*. a* Monaf a "prop LEFT VI a little above normal Lows
."':'::.L. A"; 'if .. I pan of the state state the eo- id sidewalk lute MM aide .1 will range from 40* In the ex
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,2.J< : ;' ., ftpvial drtrvery nwfl. pertaM *- wily figured the It crew. acBrtvard > the tfH In the user I reme north to We around the
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-- and gift patrols wit t.* oItvered cwlWfJ Medics rwalod that he MM Keys Normal highs win be la
prr/mpUy Rrflr t- Jw CoUrfe received ride. carried heavier pcdeMrtuiraMr the Us la the extreme north toro
HOSPITAL CCrS'G UP; Coratroct structure will be seven shirks )hifh day schedules of cndccUJSj and tvajM wufcr the same, elaewhere. It will cooler
'n of the new Jess Parrish Memorial and wttt be comt>M d in I960-S-A sWirttt. wfH be ofcmr and re-tatetttlr* flftm. "betoignorl Other .njM. ..ms have beetrturfMd during the 'weekend.turn Most!-
If 'pi:a.1! .:> : s'h' r., -apidh as can Photo. mail will be workd to pas M- ( M the Mao awMg ).**. tuck a* drainage Hi reuu cUona are expected u I
ex tcca ia t.C av! e pi"to, the new tat tool, the foiMuuter said. *rjes metvMf flat*. I. >* la UM .tdn.u: showers during the week1:



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ACTIw A Wednesday, and Fridays A CATASTROPHE/ WRAPPER

6 atMeui a By Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc .?- Co/Yum/

ItN At The Star-Advocate Building

riOH 1100 S. Ave. -
Hopkins .t.-. Among unusual Christmas 'mately 25,000 patrons served
0B'r1 -.. cards we have received one by the postoffice and as a result -
EMBER: Florida Press Ass'n: National Editorial AII'O and .:- from Broyhin Corp., which depicts the parcel was delivered
Associated Press. G Christmas Day is rite aroun, On the same old bridge which many of the activities of I -

'Henry H. Hudson Pres. Mrs. Hazel S. Hudson, Vlce.-Pres. th' corner an' evythlng li I stands there now Providln' the that company in business and "If you were marooned on a
Robert II. Hudson, Secy.>Treas. hustle an' bustle both at bomlan' darn thing don't give 'way. residential building, swimming desert Island and could have
Henry H. Hudson, Publisher= .oter.r: H. Hudson rMcr. at work. pools etc. the card of only one book to read, what
1 avid< Dunn>> Advertising B. Rutherford.Mgr. S.Classified d Adv., Circulation Mgr. Some folks' Christmas wil:I On this green bank, by this Governor Bryantand which is the would you take?" asked the
Raymond ; be! sad ones this year som old stream We should erect a last one with a picture taken at author of a glamorous redheadat
Seeond-aast Postage Paid at Tltusville, Florida folks[ won't find tew much tow sultabel stone. the front door of the Gover a literary cocktail: party

Subscription Rites: !N bryten there lives. But with i t l That Tldyvllle may their nor's mansion In Tallahassee. "A tatooed sailor" snapped
Carrier Rome Delivery 1 Yr. $7.M 6 Mo. $4,00.3 Mo. $2.2JBy all it'. still mankind's "Fines t l deed redeem An' reeward their back the beauty.A .
Mill in Florida 1 Yr. $8.50 < Mo. $3,30.3 Mo. $2.00 jLI Flour" teachin' all of us thE aches an' grunts an' groans. Mother: "Junior, don't use
Outside Florida I Yr. $7 JO. 6 Mo. $4,00.3 Mo. $2.80 finest lesson weel ever learn li I I such bad words."
woman was visiting the
Alt confused: old world Spirit, that made them Junior: "But Mother, Shakespeare state employment bureau in an
"Peace on Earth Good W ill I Keewanians dare To tote those used them. to find
attempt employment.She .
Toward Men." logs an' lift those stones Mother: "Well, don't play explained that her husbandhad

EditorialsLooking Bid time an' nature gently; with him any more." been in an automobile ac
I seen all them Keewanliellers I spare Their poor old bruised cident and suffered conclusionof
if puttln' up that bridge I and battered bones. Who says dogs can't read? the brain."
ee e v for the young'uns out the Louise Kleinschmldt: our socety :- "Don't
reIt's you mean 'concus
I. tear Parkway Junior High shore wuth a feller's time "gal", and her husbandare slon'?" the
J PoNT U& A PRIE -ctIT' TRE ... C/k I;. I: thot it wax deeservin' of a little ., tew drive aroun' town an' see firm believers that their official.Inquired sympathetic -

The American Way JEt'Imt411Ve LIGHTS fOR SHOWS AND poetry entitled: how pretty folks have got their combination terrierdachshundTurdy" "No, sir," was the emphatic
"Hands Acres The DI'ch"By houses decorated gin in read. Several relatives -
ye can: '
,. Ra4YD WjR $ ..f&P&FT WRAPPfHtt reply. "I mean 'conclusion.
the rude bridge that arched hossless carriage some rite an' also have"antmab so It He's dead."
f f'<1 There has been a vast amount of criticism ofjihe AWAY mJM HOTBUlSSAW F/RF/XAcEI the ditch: Bare chests tew see ter yerself. has become a custom: to send a

quality of economic education in American December's breezes unfurled. Aunt Sophrony an' me Join mall gift to the respective Here's a smart
Here once courageous Lem Wlndersnoot, Horse Hoof dogs or cats. For the second Judge. A
''schools. As a result of its Inadequacies, these IJf.VaAJrCIIlJfro..nOif IKSTTTUTl f7 Ceewanlans stood An' drove noggle, Aunt Mattie Horn straight year, "Purdy" sniffed pair of young boys will be seen

critics say, American young people in great num- the spikes heard roun' the whistle, Hal Drew Clogg Pores, and pushed the packages, under In Beacon, New York, carry
ben: enter the adult world with minds full of world. Hose Mucklnfuss an' all the the Christmas tree around signs reading "I'm sorry I shot

[misconceptions and mistaken beliefs. They do not, folks In Coon Holler, wishin until she found the one for her out the Christmas lights and I
Alas someday we can know taU a very Merry Christmas Then she took it off to her am soliciting money to pay for
;for instance, understand the role of profit in the Letters To The EditorStay not how Our Children's children Be Seeln' Y'all "bed" la the kitchen and pro- the damage" The two were
may come to play Unkle Fud ceded to it given the choice of that or Jail
;operation of the economy, and they think it amounts open by the Judge after they were

to a much larger proportion of the national income Alive$ Fer Christmas takes a special shoe It cost lest caught: destroying Christmas
Think code" number
a "zip :
than it actually does. And they have an imprecise Editor: I in Titusville, than in other Savings And Loan Associations sn't important? The Titusville lights on the streets of the town
towns and the owner of the with air rifles.
'knowledge of just how the American free enter I live in Titusville, Fla. and store treats our boy like her Post Office received a parcel

'prise system serves the masses of the people and work at the Cape, also I am a own child. Foresee 1964 As A Record YearEleven I last week which had been mai
ed with address and return address
night student at Rollins College. -
;jjielps to improve our national living and working We buy our own and boys'clollung
adhesive label
,this is some background for I on an at
in
locally dealing several
,t dard.. this letter. I was talking to my stores, one chain store, the months totals recorded to fall behind the pace of 1963. tached to the front of the par.
wile about the additional traffic by Florida's 135 savings and Lending volume during November eel. When it reached Titus
others locally owned have
,\ So the criticisms run. Whether they are totally that is on the Orlando road never failed to try ,to they fit, exchange loan associations indicate a record amounted to $76,1(9,000 vine only the tiny lower right-
>alid or not is, of course a matter of opinion. At now. The past two weeks It has or alter to fit I have year In savings increase which was up slightly from hand corner of the address label -

arty rate, the schools of Elkhart, Indiana have for been terrific and I have seen purchased two cars locally from and decline from mortgage lending -. October and an Increase of $1,. I remained. It contained only
two near misses that left me volume recorded In 1983. 139,000 over November 19(3 the sip code number out of the
Jfive; years tested a program for teaching the econom- two different dealers. I h a v e
with the desire to write or act never received better service William D. Hussey, executive However for the first eleven original address. Examina-
Uc,facts of life to the very young that seems to have or do something. anywhere I have ever been, including vice president 'of the Florida. months of 1964 total lending Don of the contents of the par.

f oven to be a dramatic success, and that has been It the Christmas shoppers my home town.I Savings and Loan League, made::1 volume has amounted to $895- eel disclosed 'card reading "to I

Adopted in a number of other communities. must go out of town please, have purchased three major this observation today when he 241,000 which is some T24 Bill and Jean from Connie. 11ftf
\ slow down, be more careful try appliances in excellent reported that savings IncreasedIn million less than the total for (These are not the real names,
*" The Elkhart story was recently told by John to stay alive for Christmas. I servicing. town November by $2I, 7,000 the same period of time last of course). But with only thezip

)(ord Lagemann, in an article appearing in The don't know the solution for these which pushed the total savings year. code number,-which: caused
highway deaths, I wish I did. The quality and grade of Increase for the first eleven the parcel to reach Titusville,
It has been In condensed
OTA reproduced In 19(3
Magazine. merchandise must be as good if the savings and loan the
postoffice employees were
When you start out don't say months of 1M4 to $422,152,000.
storm in the December issue of The Reader's Digest. it can't happen to you It can. not better than anywhere else This Is some $35 million business in Florida surpassedthe able to locate the Intended

jThe program, as Mr. Lagemann explains it, introduces Why don't you do yourself a because our merchants must above the ltd total for the $1 billion mark In total lending addressee from the approxi

first, second, and third-graders to the same favor I have lived in Titusville depend on repeat business.I same period of time and $1 volume which was a record
since '59 and I have found million ahead of the record amount for a single year.
economics am trying to sell the peopleof
i asic that are taught in college
> concepts many reasons why I try to "o Titusville to stay in town, to pace of 1M2 when total savings As of November 30, 1M4, tellers To The BVSAVIN'
Bourses and makes the subject so exciting that all shopping in town. for the totaled $481 Florida's
my shop over the next week and one year savings and loan associations SAMWhat
Jchlldreq often groan when the, hell IntfrrupSa\ their 1. Your warranty Is local. million. have total savings of Editor the world needs I.
:"discussions." And this is done in 'down-lo earth ,. Not so far to exchange for half.Don't drive, shop here live i The League executive said $4,689,287,000 and total mortgage padded bathrooms with Iniwrivrlng .

that vividly relates theory to practice. size color, etc. through Christmas. that lending volume continued loans of $4,485,258,000. Seeks Answers"Of UP bathtubs by Simmom. .
way. + ). Keep our money In town, If you have a complaint with Editor .

'' As an example, a group of children ..'taken .is our businesses grow, we a local merchant talk It over With reference to the attitudeof
grow our opportunities grow. with htm, give him a chance to Business Analysis
United Fund of Brevard County
'\ station where learn that the
they
: o a filling proprietor 4. I could write reasons all J 1 correct it.
in to appropria
earns about $8,000 a on an investment night, but I won't try. I of regard
the
year hope some people understand I v SAM DAWSON In those paper profits to get tines for our own local agency
of $30,000. He is asked what he would earn"if he If you have been here, 'just what I am trying to money for the holidays. You t h e Titusville Cooperative
two have seen much NEW YORK (AP) A lot of
years you do, do what shopping you can
work and he about might save would like United DDt7
(lid the same for wages, answers by admitting you Charities I
for the better. can
change do without crowding up the high people save money by .
$8,000. So the children learn that in reality his return We have good stores locally, ways. pending more right now. The picked some sour ones this Fund of Brevard County to answer
in the
on his investment is only $2,000 a year, while and when you shop here you money will be saved in taxes. year stock market and a few questions:
selling the stock Mr.
You will save time and taking 1. How much do they pay 2b.Q
are shopping with people that money The money spent must be forthe
'
he other $6,000 represents wages that, in effect, share our city problems. and lives. right things, in the right your loss now, not sometime Snyder and Mr. Luce annually?

jhe pays to himself. I hear people say merchantsare Give It a try shop here first. way: charitable contributions, next] year. 2. What expense account is allowed .

: The program, called "Our Working World", too Independent in Titus. Believe me, this Is an unsolicited doctor bills interest due state These possibilities arise because to them?
was created by Professor Lawrence Senesh a Pur- vlU.. It isn't so, I have dealt letter. and local tax bills due. the federal Income tax 1 What amount United Fund
,
five years in Titusville. I won't If I can keep one family If you're In love, you could rates" which were cut on 1M4 of Brevard County has spent on The gangway
due University economists. lie is quoted as saying, put you, the editor on the spot from getting hurt over the Holiday ) ave tax money by getting mar. Incomes, go down another notchIn entertainment and social
f Young children have a tremendous drive to fit them- by> naming stores but I feel Me It will be worth the effort tied before New Year's Day. If 1965. In 1903 the tax bracketsran gatherings this year? to big adventure
have fine and time. ... to in from 20 per cent to II per t How much Christmas bout achieve/ the bl
.elves into the real world around them. Why not some very store own. you. moving a new Job Y." can |
And I won't have so much cent. This year from II United Fund of Brevard IhrllU ef life only by sevine
easier for them them in the ers, and managers here I will another town and the costs are you pay
jjnake it by letting on give some examples. traffic to and from school. up to you you might save by to 77 per cent depending on how County gave Mr. Snyder, Mr. small livings regularly and
ground rules" The rules which are used and explained The grocery store where we Satisfied transferring now rather than much income is subject to tax. Luce: and their other employees often, over quit period of

are directly connected to their own ex- hop; the manager calls me byname waiting to celebrate the New'ear The drop next year isn't that for Christmas? Into.UnI.. .. you loom hew to

perlences. To take another example, the whole class I don't know how he remembers I with your present neigh steep! but it's still something to Joe. E. Boatwright, ACCUMULATE and keep, I
me, but from time to The Titusville Star- bora.I consider. The IMS rates will Pastor you'll elwovt be limited H ,
Js told to do a number of classroom chores without time, he says, Mr. every. Advocate ist In cir I Or you might save in the long range from 14 to 70 per cent First Baptist Church trivial adventures.. Yog hers
;Assigning! any particular group to any particular thing 0,K.; any complaints? 'run by the money you don't and Congress could always get MlmsTherefore te FILL UP If YOU went .
'job. Chaos follows. Then the different tasks are The local shoe stores where culation in North ,take in right now by delay. still more generous. rip brood, e home education of your for
allele
specifically assigned and the work is accomplished. "e deal act like they are Interested Brevard. log to mall bills or to d u a poo So you'll pay less on the same any deduction this I your own child e or worry-free re-
In our needs. Our boy pie for interest due, or to cash amount of Income next year. i year will mean more money leftover Irement.
fcThus the children gain an insight into the principlef .
after taxes. And any Income The hardest pert e* e say.ngi
division of labor. that can legally be put program lo the first $100.
over till next year will be subject It teems se petty te aeve
The class then visits a bank and learns that it's to a smaller bite from the mall sums. But If you never

'not Just a storage place for money but, Instead a U.S. Treasury. ave BIO small end ,M you'll you never never save save

:place where money is put to work to produce. Many people cant do much BIO you'll never live 110.
THIS about It. But Federal help'
Aid
many can. Lot First you
;
;They learn the economic concept of tools by making
here .
C e A r are some of the possibilities all the way
;gingerbread men. First they make a batch by stir- 'b 0 10 : After you save, be sure you

;,ring with a spoon a long and tedious process. Then Study your profit and loss a 1C 11 cant".on Nebedy sevlnas. has Insured ever,,lost the

they accomplish the same job with an electric mixer NEWSPAPERis inert.' Time is growing short If First Federal I way by
you have paper losses on stocksor SLIC, e permanent agency
in time. So better tool has freed
no they see a ,. ether investments you can of me U.S. Government.Remember .
;'children to produce something else. take the loss and use It to offset If s net e matter .
any capital gains up to $1,000. ef saving' blf at any one
Mr. Lagemann cites instance after instance of a member of .i.iWe And wider the new law, tosses II"mall'.. You_ but save regularly ble by tavlne end

this nature. His article ends with something said above $1,100 taken now can be repeatedly.Tbere's" .
Purdue President Hovde carried forward to future years.
i*by University : Young-
You want to take \
may profit
Caters who get this kind of grounding In the early nothing that cuts
think that't now tf you're among the really I Into conversation like a I
[grades aren't going to be taken in later by slogansand ) important to you, our lIOJ'II. lucky one sure of muck higher :revolving a door.

appeals to the emotions. Professor Seneah is Hera's why: Income: next year that will be
pushing you Into a higher bracket Urn swss Is In not knowing .
[doing the nation a service by equipping future i
than you're in BOW. what we went end killing
;citizens to deal rationally and responsibly with prob- The Associated Press, the world's oldest and largest news agency is Pay all the bills BOW that are ourselves t* get It.Current .
lems that affect our national well-being and sur- deductible doctors and den- ,
''viva!." a nonprofit cooperative. It is wholly independent and operates without lists taxes and interest due this Dividend 4101.Po,

subsidy interference or influence by any forernment. It hu no stock. year. Dust put R off tin next
Conpouadexl
year Just because your creditor
holders,declares no dividends,distributes DO p< Aa
by AP is spent for gathering and distributing news. Each member Remember eider the new
ft Farmers and citrus growers welcomed the cold pa'Sonly law contributions to all public Savings (Insured by FSLIC

wave first of the week that dropped temperatures a fair share of the dsy.to-day expense.All charities: are now allowed u deductible an Agency Government.Firsl ef tfco. U.S.

'sharply. The cold dry air helped to firm up and : up to M percent This -
this is vital For it that actually cots the coat to the giver -
sweeten oranges tangerines and grapefruit and to to you. one thing aneans through this by the amount ef tax saved FederalS

overcome fungus and insect problems which had'developed newspaper, you get the benefits of a worldwide staff of expert newsmen and the saving win be more

during one of the warmest Novemberson and photof rsphcn. But far more important it insures >ou of Eact\ialllld wider this year's tax rate this S VINGSH
Seat.Sense.
record, reports Associated Press. fair reporting from an ergtauation which regards the distribution of people may be working TTTUSVILLE '

1\ information as a public trust.W.'ve at crass: purpose Jost BOW. 0.0ftIn
Some wffl be anxtoos to pay w......... At Male'

e. About 46 million Christmas trees will add glitter bills tin January, so the receipts

to the American holiday season this year, the Agriculture known these facts all along, ef court win weddings be subject may: to coat the sew the talker rate Indian Indian River River ranch Plate

Department predicts. Most of the trees will of the bride plenty. But, tie Dial AM tam
W. Me know them
thought you'd ft too. I
come from domestic forests and plantations but bridegroom win get aautlwr ese t te I Dally/ -Ah* M Friday
"pc... plu a tower assess- Feel FARKIMOTltv.vlll.
1bout will
850,000 be cut in national forests. I
milt schedule.


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Wedneidiy,D.c.mb.r,1yN Tltuiviru, (PlerMi, ShnAdwc.y.) hN 3isa

.-- Festival Service with the ser ,
!Special Christmas Services mon by Pastor Claus, "Why Do i INDIAN RIVER
We Christians of the Twentieth
At Good Lutheran Century Still Worship The Babe
: Shepherd of Bethlehem." The Text will be w
Hebrews. 12, 1 I (flexa1 ) DRUGS 1
Chapter
directed verses
I Worship services will be held Choir by George Doe toll y
I at Good Shepherd Lutheran belch, will participate in t h I?
Visitors are cordially invitedto
If'tluI.rr' i Church Eve in TitusvUle and on on Christmas Christmas service.Christmas. attend both of these worship !. Indian River Plaza Rt. 50 -1.I R. C.
.
Day at 10 a.m. the services .
'Day
-- ---- -
Christmas Eve at 1:30: r..rr+rrr+rrrrr+'rr+rr+r+r .++ ..rrr.rrrrrr-, C
pm. I SALE PRICES GOOD THRU DECEMBER 24th I
I the annual Candlelight Service
I with the message. "The Gift 't : Silent i
Unspeakable", Text 2nd YOUR PRESCRIPTION
Corinthians. Chapter I, verse IS, : FRIENDLY DELIVERY.
'Thanks be unto God for His Unspeakable
REXALL FREE 267-7933
GUI'. by the Rev. Arnold r : a
: F. Claus. The Junior Choir 2t' STORE i iIi
... _. --.. .- .--.. --'-_ under the direction of Miss Dllia .,d Ir
Rodriguez, and the SeniorACCUTRON .,I.I. Ile.N u 1'' a
INTERESTING DISPLAY A most tivities of the hospital. Shown with M r a..,f.r Ii
Interesting display i is now at the the display are from left: Newt Jones, f And M p.., A .
Citizens Bank concerning the Harry of the hospital board; John Nash, past ii can.n..pr.
Anna Crippled Children's Hospital at exalted ruler; Walter Macko, exalted By Bulova from }
ruler William Nevin, president of the .
Umatilla, Fla. The hospital sponsored ; $125.00 ;
by the Florida State Elks. The dis Citizen's Bank; and George Carver, AftlNG4 K4K i USE YOUR BNB WE GIVE
play will be there for several days and managing director of the Elks Harry. Jay Bee Jewelers CHARGE CARDI TV STAMPS
is not only attractive but also contains Anna Hospital.-S-A Photo. Indian Rlvtr Plate bitusvllle Area Cocoa & Cocoa Beach
much information about the ae.I INS Mtmber 6367031t
very ___ u__ ____________ LAST MINUTE GIFT SELECTIONSLADIES'
--
BJC Announces
GIFT SETS BY .

RegistrationSites PRECHRISTMASPRICESALE I FABERGE from 2.50 to 12.50

: LANVIN Arpege and My Sin

I.1 from 3.00 to 15.00
DalesLocations
KHowNhv 1 II I. DANA Ambush and abu

to be used for win : from 2.00 to 10.00MEN'S

ter held term next registrations week by Brevard to be SALE I GIFT SETS BY. '

Junior The college library College officials.of were the announcedby Titusville J. 1-DAY..iEC. : } /2 I YARLEY ENGLISH LEATHER. from 2.25 to 5.00


High School will be used for + from 2.00 to 6.50 .

tusville the registration next Monday to be held evening in TI., Starts Thursday 10 A. M.WOMEN'S FABERGE . from 5.00 to 8.50

December 28, from 7 to 9 p.m. i

On the same. evening, but ..........................................:...........................................................rrrrrrre r CiE ELECTRIC CHRISTMAS
from S to 9 p.m. the Eau Gal-
lie registration will be held in rs I DECORATIVE DECORATIONS
the Eau Gallic High School

cafeteria.Next Wednesday and Thursday i I OUR ENTIRE STOCK OFWOMEN'S i WALL LOCK i OFF

evenings the registrationswill REa. IUS
ItIGULU 'RICI
l move to the college campus J
in Cocoa, and will be held COATS I DICOUTIVI BALLS
on the second floor of the ad! DRESSES I I 895 t
ministration building. These will ICICLII AND flits
occur from :5 to 9 p.m. on both li I
days. R Laminated Long Coats
The first classes for the winter Selected fall dresses reduced to AA: SMALL APPLIANCE SPECIALSR.eCANRiv'OPENER
term will be held January 4. Junior Sizes 5 -13 1 I,

Bellwood Baptists % PRICE Misses Sizes 8 20 2: PriceCURLING l i

Slate Program On Knits Cottons Jerseyspetlle Reg. 12.99 to 24.99 . S 9.95 \,

Christmas EveA MI...., .Juniors and Half Slits C.<(if.f.f..if......................................................... .... UM M.fl.. MW lUetrlf' I

special Christmas program ............. ...... ...................... TIE CAN OPENER $11.95
wll} be presented at Bellwood Womens . I
Baptist Chapel this evening beginning
at 7. BOYS & GIRLS ROBES R... ,..u Sunbeam .1

children There will and be refreshments gifts for for all I Quilted DutUrs $. Flannel and Corduroy. BULKYKNITCARDIGAN STEAM or DRY IRON $ 9.95 a j jIt.
the adults.
Girt,* 44i ind, '.14 RIBBON ... 11M

HAPPY Beys 44* SWEATERS PROCTOR TOASTER $$9.95
BIRTHDAYThursday f/2 PRICE
..I..IU.- ....
.
f _
1 R f 1*M CIff..m.tl.l 4 te 10 Cup

Alfonso Charles T.Boyd,Thompson D.c.mber 24 1.99'to 3.99 /' :2 PRICE i ...................... Pink Yellow Slses, 34-40 Whit Blue, I/2: PRICE PERCOLATOR . $14.95DON'T

Mrs. Homer Duke MINIATURE
Carol Andrews ..(.............................f....... a .............................. Frances Sparks ORNAMENTS
Cathy Futch GIRLS SWEATERS
BOYS &
Billie Lynn Merckson 4 Sli* WOMENS-GIRLS SLIPPERS Schick Super Speed
10 MM H MM
Friday, December 25 Corduroy and PulloTtr :
E. 0. Brown : 100% Acrylic Orion I Rpuhr Itc Selected styles include fur trimmed Moccsslea.Girl. ,
Owen Marr and Pixie Electric Razor
Joyce Conley SliM I to 20 I Result, S
/ PRICE
PRICE
Thelma Feagan 2 from 1NOW. $ to :2
Richard Cecil Revels A.Qulsrly I I _ REG m. NOW $$14.95
Michael Lawrence McLcstcr Feted IV PRICE
" ]Melinda Mae Barnes 2.99-1.99 :2 I ..........................._.................................................srrnrr
"SOMETHING! DIFFERENT FOR THE
Charles Roof
I Irving
f. Mrs. Marjorie P. Messer ................................................ SMALL OR EXTRA GIFT
]Mrs C. L Lybrand I BEAUTIFULLY PACKAGED

Alex Dirk Shapiro Hbhctts BOYS FLANNEL SHIRTS MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS SOAP

]Mrs Benjamin Crisafulli Jr. MINIATURES
Mrs. B. E. McCormick And Shirt Jacs I 25%
Leonard Gaetano
UNTIL CHRISTMAS
Dorothy Ann Smith Assorted Stripes and Solids Selected Woven and

Sidney Mrs. Chas Levitt Burgonn Beg. and Button Down CollarsSites Knitted Sport Shirts FILM PROCESSING SPECIAL
Richard R Relnsch Jr. PriceCHRISTMAS
Mrs Velma Outhouseti.rrr..rr.rrr.r Il and Jac Shirts. I ,. . .
I II enly" for whit yv r.eI''le ne ilntmlcki' fir.wr.s. <
PRICE . ... .. '
1 /2 Mens Sizes ,rl apply I t. rterlntt It wilt It ar r H
rrrrrr Reg. 1.99
:::;: = Reg. 29c KODACOLOR PRINTS 19c :

.., .... '.' -I : ..:.... I ......................_...................... .. sr....... ....._........+.+... ..................a>...........aaaaaaaa.aaauaa .... 1 M I MMKODACHROME
.
MOVIE $1.39 !
f. A..rt",
'1t\., I i 21 MIDGET LITE SETS
.. I' I .' BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS R.,. Ill -U MM ... .tKODACHROME
.21 I' 15 Lite Sets Regularly . 1.87 20 Eip. . $1.39 '
t C 21 Assorted Cards Regvlarly:
PRINTS
:
(10' slc 20 lit. Sets Regularly . 2.27 I
21 Gold Docorsled Slim Cards Reg. Sic
.. Ml MItt
.m il so Jolly Seats Cards Reg. /1e Roy. 2fe VI. 10 Lit. Holly Sets Regularly 1.99 I


;s'ili i NOW '/z PRICE i t V2 PRICE NOW 1/2 PRICE I I! :rn E'


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.... : I isZ: GREATEST GIFT ::c: CO

'In the Spirit i I You won't find tt undue a :; rnI
LIMITED QUANTITIES! TERRIFIC
COME FIRST SERVED! BUYS! >- the Christmas Tra. your
of Christmas
a = .
Church bells ring !I H-0 TRAIN HOLIDAY TEA SET PLASTIC CANNON SMARTIE BIRD c.w. :: o irttit health.T.nu.ltbJ lift Is your food"av- C ,...
>- Inc an annual ,i.il t=- OtW
ph/
the and hope
rat )Joy
I VANITY FOLDAWAY DOLL HOUSE TEARIE DEARIE 9'"
ve feel at Chrutmas. : MARLENE DOLLS Cheek up. -<
rnI
:1::
TOY LUGGAGE LOVABLE LORRIE and more! := Alt of u, at your Result '='
*. WHI a. C.....i All D.I many many Drug Store With' you and
D.<.
FRANSEN'SDRIVEIN \ owww. 'r'Mw W. T., G-RA.. NT GO "IRTLI PLAZAu0.osr.0.n. clv AmsYOUI .

3 3.a OI I.OMN fO'" you* ftOrtuttij f-aJLf Cleft* SHOPPING CINTIR 'HUM1C1

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i IVUA Nnos Axd Nofea I Garden Holds YuleLuncheon Circle 'round town I ,



oNotfA I4reoardi. Phone 267-3994 with barbara cartoon


"Decorating with Pods and A family of Tltusville newcomers fornla, she plans to be more of, their children and special
Cones" was presented last Wed will celebrate their a home-gal here, "at least un guests on this festive occasion B
nesday to the Hill 'N Dale Garden In Florida this Ill Phillip\ two", and dabble in They are certainly a charming
Circle at the home of Mrs. first Christmas her favorite hobbles, oil paintIng and talented addition to our city
Jack Farabee by Mrs. Sid Car- Friday, with special guests arriving and jewelry work

WcJ; Christmas Customs Are Told raway and Mrs. Carl Threlkeld, from various parts of the Young George fascinates his 1 Paula Conway, daughter of the

1'1 guests from the Poinsettia Garden country to help make It a very little brothers (and adults too) J. Paul Conways of Hopkins
Circle. with stories about "water bop- Avenue, la home
festive occasion. again after recently -
Indian River Women's ClubChristmas The Christmas decorations pen", his Imaginary animals graduating from Golf I f
By City made from pods and cones, and Dr. Neil Letts, his lovely wife that are actually real, but "just Park College as an art major
gathered from the mountainsides Connie, and their three hand haven't been discovered yet".

customs around thworld e' leg red nose and a tiny Christmas and Christmas holly, made a delightful James Griffin, Mrs. Lawrence and seashores, were displayed some sons, George ((5)), Robert Dr. Letts' favorite pasttlme is I Larry and Mary McCarthy of
were depicted by memo. tree with blinking lights. In combination Burkett, Mrs. Howard May, to the members and moved( ) ( ) fixing cars and he even helpeda 225 Thornton Ave. have two special .
ben of the Indian River City, the background the fireplace. The guests attending were Mrs. Harold Watson, Mrs. Don. guests. friend completely make a guests for the holiday sea
Woman's Club at the recent nn<. with a crackling fire, and the Mrs. Welch, Mrs. C H. Sweebe, aId Roberts, and Mrs Stanley A festive buffet covered dish Golfvlew Dr. just a little overa stock car while in Detroit son. Son, Tony, Is home from
Dual Christmas party and meetIng mantle, decorated with candles I Mrs. Lawrence Reed, M r .. Svec. dinner on a beautifully appointed month ago. The first holiday guest to arrive the University of Florida and
held at the Indian RI vcr table having a Christmas Dr. Letts is an Aphalmologist ( at the Letts household was Mary's sister Miss Margaret
Civic Center. centerpiece of greenery surrounding (eye surgery etc.) and re- the doctor's mother, Mrs. Glenor Foley from Boston \Is visiting
The "price admission" t 0. a hurricane candle- cently opened his office next to tells, from College Park, Md. with the faintly
abra of red candles was ser
the party was a gift for Sunland the Florida Theatre. He is a Mrs. Letts, who very happily
Training Center, which will be ., ved by the hostesses, Mrs. graduate of the University of raised two sons, now has "500 Titusvllle Junior Woman
distributed to all the children at Farabee, Mrs. Robert Cato, Michigan Medical School and daughters" in her role of house Club again treated youngsters at
the center for Christmas.The and Mrs. Clyde O'Neal. did his internship at Wayne mother at the University of the North Brevard Rehabilitation -
Christmas program, pro- Following the dinner, a gift County General Detroit, Mich. Maryland. On Christmas Eve, Center to a gay Christmas
wrapped box contest was held, Connie's sister, Jane and hus-
tented by the education department He also attended the Kresge Eye party yesterday at noon. A very
under the chairmanship of r each member entering a box Institute and then completed his band Tom Anderson, will come festive, silver Christmas tree
I my ey they had wrapped. Mrs. John to Tltusvllla from their homeIn
Mrs. Ralph Jones, was Individual li specialist training with two and up centered the refreshment table
Dolfls received Christmas
skits by members dressed Inauthentic a one-half years of clinic work at Miami. Tom Is with TV chan with a filled stocking for each
l4r candle for the most beautifully nel 9 in that area. We hear they
costumes of the coun decorated box. Fresno County Hospital Fresno child underneath it. The children
tries of England, Spain, Peru, Calif. are also bringing their poodle enjoyed gay Christmas cookies,
The door prize, a lovely crystal and a Siamese kitten to join the "snow balls" (round coconut
Mexico and
Germany
f ? jelly dish and spoon, was Connie tells us they almost celebration.
covered ice cream with a can
A with traditional
stage a settled In Daytonc, but "Titus-
won Mrs. P.DoU.
guest, Antigone
Christmas tree and fireplace taby ville'i charm and newness" Arriving Christmas morning die on top), fruit punch and then

served as the backdrop for the New members, Mrs. Alston brought them here. "And everyone for the gay festivities will beConnie's opened score of gifts donated

tilts.. Brown and Mrs. William E. has gone way beyondthe mother, Mrs. George several
Mrs. Dan Kieffer, depleting N. Smith, were welcomed Into the ordinary service. We've been Fotlou of Detroit and her grand :
England In her pilgrim costume, circle. treated more like friends than mother, Mrs. Julia Karas of area.
described a typical family The next meeting will be held strangers." Although Conniewas Jacksonville. Mrs. Fotlou hat Helping with the party were
Christmas in England and Eng/ at the home of Mrs. Ronald quite active in various organizations been spending several weeks Mrs. Tom Yoimgblood M r ..
lish customs we have encorpor Halcomb on Jan. 20. in Detroit and Call. with Connie, helping the family Richard Van Horn, Mrs. H. C.
*ed Into our Christmas. Mrs. get settled and also visiting with PIerce, members of the J.W.C..

lalph, representing Scotland, 4 1J Women Of Moose her mother in Jacksonville Mrs. T. Leedy, occupational
wore the traditional kilt costume d: Si. B. Nurses "Dad"' Fotlou will arrive in tIme' therapist, Mrs. Lillian Fisk and
and told how the Scot Initiation Night Elect New Officers for the New Year's celebration. Mrs. Frieda Neas.Bulova .
Celebrate the Christmas season, Mrs. Karas Is formerly from
CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD Dan Kieffer
an. Martin Czabon ,wore the Mrs. Ralph Jones, Mrs. Women of the Moose, Chap. Greece and has a wonderful
Mrs. Elva Saunders, chair Watches
Shown above Is the finale of the Perry Cain Mrs. Martin Czabon Mrs
,
,
starched white cap and wooden ter 1485, held Initiation Dec. man of the nominating commit. time teaching her great-grand
Aloes of Holland, as she explain. Christmas program presented recently Klndsvater, Mrs. Richard Weber, Mrs 9, for the following new members tee for the North Brevard Reg. children to speak Greek from $24.95
ed how the Dutch children findfoodies by the Indian River City Woman'sClub. James Plumb, Mrs. Thomas Alman. : istered Nurses
Organization, An note there
in their shoes on Christmas Shown are left to right are Mrs. Mrs. Maver Grace Glover, Interesting
I presented a slate of officers for will be fowgenerations present Jay Bee Jewelers
morning If they have been Mrs. Ethel I. Traytor, Mrs. Eleanor .
1965 at last Tuesday's meeting for Christmas at the Letts
f Wearing Titusville Recipes Kaisers To Observe Lanoue, Mrs. Edith K. held at the Chanticleer Restaurant : home. And may we offer a warm Indien River Pin
a traditional Spanishoess Minor and Mrs. Pauline Damp INS Member
{ I
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25th welcome to Dr. and Mrs. Letts,
and lace mantis Mrs Anniversary
ler.Mrs. ------ -
ferry Cain told of the religious, With Open House Vera Dillon, chairmanof Those nominated were Mrs.
Old
as weU ai the social celebrations Virginia Egg Nog Social Service, and her committee Helen Conrad, chairman: Mrs. DINO'S RESTAURANT
of the Spanish people. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Julian R. Invited Arthur Arnold, Mae O'Neal, vice chairman; SPHAGITTI HOUSI
Thomas Alman Kaiser of Minis extend an Invitation author of the book "Behold My Mrs. Dora Colllcutt, secretary;
representederu (CI Sephle Ice* Meljel) from the and beat Claire Worden treas ....
dressed in an authentic / eggs yolks to friends and relativesto Brother", as guest speaker. and Mrs. ITALIAN SPECIALTIES: Anti, Liugnt RivUIIMeniccetti
tibstume borrowed from Rev.ltorward 1V4 dozen fresh eggs the yolks until light and the a Silver Wedding Anniversary The topic of his speech was on urer. Sceleppine Pizza
whites until stiff. To the the Mrs.
yolks
dinner
Originally from Mex- 2 cups sugar with open house, Saturday wan. Following Tht lid Sub
ltd, Mrs. Richard Weber, dress- 2 quarts fresh milk add 2 cups of sugar gradually afternoon, Dec. 26, from 2 Refreshments were served Dora Collicutt and Mrs. Helen
and beat until smooth. Then SPECIAL Mask A Uncheen We
Markel took of the SeeiheHl
charge -
ecs ,!II I native Mexican dress, 2 quarts cream to :S I p.m.Children. after the meeting
Itad( many colorful traditions to 1 quart rye or bourbon beat some more. Add one-half The regular business meetingof Christmas party, and gifts were Every W.d w.d.r fc Sunday Smell Chee.. Pine ISc
of the whites after
cup sugar to Of Moose exchanged among approximately -
ttU the group about her former whiskey Chapter 1485 will be held
they have been beaten 30 who C. i..1 t Mil.B* *0. or NAA CAISCWAYBKLLWOOD :
nurses were
t untry. A native of Germany, t quart French brandy very Feted At ChristmasA Dec. 23 at 8 p.m. at the Moose pres I LA.
JJrs.( James Plumb, wore short Z oil. Jamaica rum II stiff.After Lodge. The women will ex ent.A
film of the ORDERS TO TAKE OUT AT ALL TIMESChristmastime
the yolks and are Christmas on nursing care
leather pants, heavy boots andTJrolean Nutmeg sugar party was given change gifts and all membersare
i cap of the German Separate the whites of the thoroughly mixed add gradually Sunday, Dec. 20, for the child urged to attend. patient with Myocardial Infarction Mow TNt a.. .,341 4.11. I':.. P.'II., ral. 'TIL.MIDllloar'AT.
ttountaln people. t quarts fresh milk and 2 ren of the Moose members. will be shown at the CnTIL: a A.M. 'IiN. II..M. l.a, 51..Q ..THi

fcThe; finale was a manger quarts of cream, continually Santa Clans made a grand entrance refreshments were served to January meeting
Ken, with Mrs. Klndsvater an :stirring Then add I quart fine and talked to each' all present *
i the Madonna, surrounded by the 'old rye or Bourbon whiskey and child, giving each a stocking After Santa Claus' departure, : iw : +
representatives" of the different 1 quart of best French brandy. filled with candy and oranges. the band played and the child r II III
jl c'ountrlei. Mrs. Laurence It is important that the whiskeyand I The children exchanged ren danced. Miss LInda Lawsonof h
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Slnuns sang "0 Holy I brandy be added very grad Christmas presents and cartoons Tttusvtlle won the doll that

Night", followed by a moment ually and constantly stirring so I were shown.._ after which was raffled.FRIENDLY. l

cf silent prayer. they wW not "cook" the e&ls.1 -....-..-..-...-..-.-..............................
A Swedish ring, from which Add 2 ozs. of Jamaica rum for 1'I
long strands of ribbon were flavor. a

upended holding, was the Fold In one-half of the whites i
manner in gifts were and float the balance on top and 15
presented to each guest and grate sufficient nutmeg on the II'II'
f member Mrs. Nunnally blindfolded New Arrivals mixture.

t the women as they stepped via the StorkThe Make 24 to 48 hours before 'a agAW ..rA M
up to the Ring which was serving and keep as cold as pos K
pun around. Then the blindfolded following births have sible. i
person selected I ribbon and been announced at Jess Parrtsh\
Ut* attached gift was hers. Memorial Hospital:
;A short business Hospital Staff PartyThe
meeting was
A daughter, born Dec. It,
held at which Urn
reports were
1964 to Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne
Jess Parrlsh Memorial
presented by the officers and
chairman. Mrs. Nunnally announced Starling, JW Old Dixie Highway Hospital's medical staff gave a
that the club now owns Tltuivlll. weighing 7 Ibs, Christmas party for the hospital .

M acre of ground In the area 15yi 01.A. employees last Thursday .. '
of the old county dump, and sUarrangements IOn born Dec. 20, IM. to evening at Fisher's Warehouse ., ia
have been completed Mr. and Mrs. V. Maxwell, Approximately two hundred
Mrs. Lawrence Mobil Manor Trailer Park Ti- enjoyed sandwiches
F'I n k, persona
finance chairman, announced tusvtUe, Weighing! I Ibs, I oz. hot and cold hors d'oeuvre,
flat Jordan Marsh will present A son born Dec. S), 1M4 toMe chips and dips, cakes cookies / ,
d spring fashion show in Tltu and Mrs. J. SherrUI. 204 and many more delectable holiday e ,'t /
vUIe for the first Urn In April. Canaveral Avt.. TltusvWe, fords t ,
weighing 7 Ibs., 1JH oz.
New members Into
accepted
the club wen: Mrs. Danny A sun born Dec. M 1M4 to \ is here again, and r

sates Mrs. Pierre Artllle. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. K. Long 5M S. C H'A MSE, RSJ'EW'E + to all our
:Robert Parson, Mrs. HermanDrum Dixie Highway I Titusvllle\ '
Mrs. William Klmbau, weighing I Ibs, I oz. I. E R. $ friends we wish a
and Mrs. Jerome Johnson, A daughter\ born Dec20, re".1 ,... "' "'11 )
The refreshment committee 1M4 to Mr. and Mrs. R. Mastk, 'IU ,.,UAiii i t' holiday filled
served Christmas cookies and P. 0. Box 984 Tltusville, weighing ... wr
S Ibs. with great Joy and
holiday fruit punch from an appointed IV4 oz.
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Netra And Notes Mr and Mrs Nick Turopol
jac. 203 Mantor Avenue, will ,
eNortA Brerard spend the Christmas holidays
with her parents Mr. and Mrs I ?
ay Nelson in Fun Lauderdale.

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Mr and Mrs. Pierre Artille.

HIS Merry Lane, attended
family ChrWmas party in Winter
Titusville RecipesGrandma's Haven last Sunday, with 24

Film Of Italian Visit relatives In attcndcncc I


I Holiday Bread11Magenbrot" Harry Siemen Jr., son of Mr J

Shown To University WomenMrs and Mrs Harry A. Siemen, 110Baina '
Ave., Is home fur the
holidays. Harry Jr. attends the
Charles Bates showed the exquisite beauty of the
U. S, Naval Academy in Annapolis
color slides of her trip to Italy 'many churches and cathedrals Md. Larry Cohen I
at the recent meeting of the throughout Italy. (Bread for the Stomach) cloves and then the cocoa former resident presently a

Titusvtlle branch of the Amcri Following the viewing of the (By Col. W. H. Bwhoff) Add the flour and coffee and sophomore at Daytona Beach I
slides, Mrs. Charles Rhodes stir well, The batter will! be
conducted
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Association of 84 of Junior Is visiting with
can UniversityWomen. cups sugar College
the business session The hard to work, so out of +.. .,
eItt the Siemens over the holidays
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tsp. baking powder
resignation of the treasurer, the bowl and c knead on the
Genoa the first Rev.
was city
; Mrs Ned Rust, as she will be 2'* cups sugar cake or bread board until it is
and Mrs. Bates visited. Mrs. Butch Morgan son of Mr and
leaving the 1 stick butter smooth and shiny.
area soon was ac.
Bates commented on the small, Mrs, George A Morgan of +
cepted. Mrs Sam Beddlngfleld 2 Divide the dough and make e
narrow streets of the city and eggs I Greenevllle, Tenn, formerly ofTltusvUle.
was appointed to the post. 2 Tbs cocoa rolls about Ity'" inch In diameter
in Naples they saw the ruins of spent several days \k
A letter was read concerning 2 tsp. cinnamon powder as long as a baking sheet Put
Pompeii the ancient city destroyed I recently at the home of Mr and
'% cloves three or four on the sheet, and
the : tsp
Community Loan Closet! for
by the Mt. Vesuvius Mrs. J, W. Chlldre Diane Dr '
eruption. She said excavationsare i s'ck' room articles The club voted 114 cups strong coffee bake In hot oven until done Butch is a freshman at the University -
still being conducted there i to donate $25 to this project. Cream the butter In a large (when the kitchen smells I lUe I of Tennessee in Knox- 1 i
Mrs Bates stated "The gondolas I Several members plan to attend mixing bowl and add the sugar, all the spices of the Orient, then vllle

are used mostly by tourists" : the AAUW legislative seminar then the eggs and stir and keep Grandmas Holiday bread Is HOLIDAY ITEMS AUCTIONED John Moore Offering their bleb are

and being tourists the family to be held in Tampa on on stirring. Add spices cinnamon ready) Jack Shaw of Mr i ht from left Mrs, Moore Mrs. William
powder and color of Take It out of the oven, cut son ai Mrs W E. Kennedy at rt|: was auctioneer ,
trfck a ride in a gondola whileIn Jan, IS and II mixture will change from light diagonally Into pieces and Mrs, Jack Shaw of Bellwood Is of many gay holiday items for Clark circle chairman and standing, i( I
showed A coffee held at the homeof
Venice. The'slides was I
Mrs. Curtis Briar. yellow to cinnamon brown ro while still on the sheet, cover home from Georgia Tech in the Acacia Garden Circlet Christmas co-hostess Mrs. Wilbur Cutright d'
Wheery,
wood last Saturday for Mr.. darken still further add the with chocolate glaze Atlanta, for Christmas. auction recently at the home of Mrs, --

NASA Wives moving Rust and to Lewis Alabama Nail shortly who are Visiting Actress Writer Mr, and Mrs. Fred Stroud and family Mr and !Mrs Km) guests at the J. C Rogers home Like onion with your hani

Christmas bell cake and coffee June Night St., have their son. Bell of Krunsukk, Ga.. and the Hopkins Atenue .1 burgers! If you don't feel like
was served by the hostesses, (Fred home for Christmas Vacation twins, will be her for peeling" and rh'pptsfr I.,

Enjoy BuffetThe Mrs. Thomas Lookabaugh and Compliments Titusville In Fred Oxford attends Ga. EmoryCollege ,the Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Stevens onions add I little of the d I
Mrs Richard Lemon, to the following -
31 Gardenia (Circle are
:iiy' (rated chopped onion to the'meat
NASA wives members and Mrs Leah Conley will Iw entertaining
:
Titusvtlle guests By Lovlie Kltlnschmldt amount of Inner tension, but to Mr. and Mrs. L A Jordan of visiting with their daughters In .
luncheon at Mrs. Bates. Mrs. Beddlngfleld. her brother and family
buffet
enjoyed a Augusta, (fa. and Savannah.
those In theater this type of Ashborough N. C. are visiting :
17. Miss Galdys Burnt Miss "Titusville is a beautiful town Mr, and Mrs, J. V. Miller
the Colonial Lounge on Dec Olga work has It's own compensations their daughter and son.In.law, (;is. OUT the Christmas holidays
Bridge was played from ( a.m. Chason, Mrs. William Clark I and excellent place to raise ," Sr, and daughter, Leah from ,
until noon, with Mrs. Victor Mrs. Clay Craddock Airs, children" said talented stage Mr and Mrs W, 11. Shlpwash I Jacksonville during Christina Let Us.
Christensen as the high scorer James Market, Mrs. N. P. Pag- actress and former writer Elena Elena Karam has a distinguished here during the holidays, a.Beautify. .

Door prizes were won by Mrs llalonga Mrs. Dareld Porter Karam while visiting here career In the theatrical Richard Olson of Rutland, \'tIs ., Michael Donahue and William Your :
world and has played roles Mr. and Mrs, William Hamlll
William B. Decker, Mrs. Joseph Mrs Sylvester Rose Mrs this week. visiting In the home of Mr (Hilly) fresh will spend the
Bobik and Mrs. John LeRowe, Charles Rhodes Mrs. LeRoy Miss Karam, whose married opposite such persons as Ilka I i of Sarasota are visiting Mr. and Mrs Harry Miley, for the Christmas holidays In Washington "
Home and
Chase In the play "In Bed WeCry" and Mrs Norman Ret Win, 1838 .
Mrs. Jill Clary and Mrs Sherrer. Mrs. J. C. Talley name Is Mrs. Elena K Hill and ; Christmas/ holidays., Richard at D.C.
Edith Valek will be hostessesfor Mrs. Henry Smith, and Mrs, eight year old son, John Wiley Karl Malden In "The Assassin" King Court, for Christmas, tl'ndll'rrltlunl Mate Teachers I
Curtis Hill Jr, are presently visitingher and Oscar llomolka InBravo" EliminatePaint
Wherry .
the January meeting. The In Ca-tli'lon. I
date and place for this meeting A program on mental health I brother Mr, and Mrs AlFred Bob Mangum Jr of Florence! :College Mr. and Mrs, James Trite and I
With the for State Horenre) Ala., and Jennifer I Iynn, will visit his Costs .
will be announced later legislation will be held at the Carrm 157 Plnecrcst Croup Theatre Mr and Mn dporgv; \ HlmlwU I I,
Jan. 19 meeting at Citizens Miss Karam is a native of St. three years she appeared In Kathy Mangum of Savannah 150 Key Largo Drive. Mill\ en parents Mr. and Mrs, George! ,
Bank I, Louis, Mo. and a graduate of suih productions as "Men In Trnn, arrived today to spend tertaln his piurnls Mr and Trice. 101 Thornton Ave,, for WithAluminum
Elks Plan Journalism from Michigan I'nlersliy While' and "Gold Eagle: duy". the holidays with their father, Mrs. (Gt."I11'1111'1' of Paul I hrlstmas
Big Party Successful In the of Bob Mangum, at 171J Park Ave. ''
Twirl-A-Ways Club \ for many summer 1963 tlena: Smith N.H. for (hrMmmi, Siding;:
years as a writer of humor she appeared| In the production of)
Elks and their guests are Christmas Party first performed on stage with The Music Man' and "tt altz Mr. and Mrs Knox R Coon. Mrs Sam Knight Is spending Call Te.Jv ,

making Eve plans celebration for a big at NewYear's the the former Group Theatre In of the Toreadors at the (exll- er, Shelly Place, have their son, Mr. and Mrs,, Gerald; Caldwell hrlxtmas In Miami with her 247.3433Settles

Approximately 16 couples attended New York City Deciding to become wad Theathl'r In 1o'iJhktll, N. Y Rodger, home from Gordon; MilItary and son of ('lIvln tlln. Ohiowill daughters/,
begin
Elks Lodge The event will Roofing :
the Christmas party of a professional actress she Again in 1964 she played In Fish Academy Hanwvllle, (.a.. arrive tomorrow for a holl
at ( and will continue -
p m the Titusville Twirl.A.W a y gave up her writing temporarily kill In Best of rvcrvthlnt: i for the Christmas holidays. day visit with her parents Mr Wtr.Kevie, 1004 PineROOPINO .
lit There will be noisemakers!
hats square dance group followingthe until she was I full Hedged and 'The Marriage Go-Round" and Mrs I Donald head S02 I Oak Mrs I.PO I'airltk Is. spending Sp.daK.ing In
breakfast dancing weekly lessons last week. actress Three major films under cur Mr and Mrs Fred 1I1'II's mm dale !.ane. the holidays In Miami visiting and SPOUTING- SIDING '

The women of the group sei'v- Through the years Elena has rent release, In which" Elena: appeared her nephews.

Card Of Thanks ed homemade cookies and punch acquired a reputation of being are Jolla: Kazan'a production ductlon In Raleigh, N C for the I Mrs, V\' C NelKhlmrs' of Andalusla ,..... ........ t sienna i........... ...c... ,
between dances a talented actress qualified to of America. America, I Tarhecllan Hayhou.se Inc Ala. arrived !Sunday for '
W'e wish to express our sincere I The class has Just completed portray many eminent roles 'LoveVlth a Proper Strang. which" Is North Carolina's only I a visit at the home of her daughter ( Titusville Shopping Center -. Dial AM 7-1511
thanks to all friends who eight weeks of square dancing She said "There are thousands directed by Oscar winner full time professional theater Mrs. T. U Drake. DM: Overlook Store Hours 10 am. to 9 pnu
have been thoughtful to send lessons. of persons in theater Il'r" Mulligan and starring Sieve group I Terrace .,
Us cards and other messages of I At the conclusion of the party work, the supply Is tremendousand and Natalie Wool; Of TliuMllle Miss Karam '
greeting, and to explain that we Chuck Durant, caller for the the demand Is small; roles and "Ladybug, Ladybug" |.'/')- said "I have visited here many ),fro ,and Mrs Jut A. Hughe = .. .;I :
'have been unable to rectpro- I group was presented with a are few and actresses and aston dared and directed by Frank limes and each time find It more of Maton, da. are Christmas I I :
cats, Christmas gift plentiful, In the theater the and Eleanor Perry of the lamed I exciting, especially the Cape ---- -- =
Mr, and Mrs. A 0 Clark The Dec. 25 and Jan. 1 dance people work hard and work movie David and Lisa' with all the work bring done In 1
Whispering Hills 'session has been cancelled. very little or,too much There is Miss Karam has recently fin.I regard to the spite effort" DON'S Floral Art :

not enough time to do a variety I s h e d "The Marriage-Co- I I Leaving early this week for Your flower nrnlimjr rr
of roles or there Is nothing avail Round" In which she co-starred Jamaica where she will upend penalty'' rM
'I hree Cookies From One Batter able to do. opposite the well known stage the Christmas holidays, Mils I rr IfIII
The work, however Is rewardIng and screen star, Fiddle: Albert Karam will return to New York 267.8527 r I Ir Ir Ir Ir Iv
; Are Holiday Timesavers In that an actress must for the Tarheellan Playhouse City via Tlluivllle !I I
create with each role a com Inc. John Benson tine of Broadways -.1
1rJ pletely brand.new person with aFart I foremost actors and dl. : -nnnnnes.vdeeen eenennnaetneenneenne.o.evwrA poise

and soul, and In doing so rectors directed this recent pro-
she uses her every talentto -- --
be successful In that rale. ChambersJewelers I

Her own heart soul, and mind FLOWERS .r FRAN I i. ':i
have to learn
to not "act"the
only 1 1n
Y' C AMen character but to "be" that "Netlteibly' Swa.rler" 2' i f
Y1qIG character. Personal satisfactionIs forChristmas
great if she Is successful Parties I Ii ii

"The stars of a play carry Horn and OfficeDecorations. I i
r the burden of the failure or sue II i "Jewelry of the Belter Kind"PIRTIl 2 C n A; M

I cess of the play but every non. '11.. nl' t..$.... 1'ot. l>.lltrt PLAZA SHOPPING CINTI HUM / 1 .
star shares this responsibility I Jilt Garden SI. 24721)5j 3.vs 3V i 1 I ,
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the Toll HOUH.. Cookie I crumDtioui invention that all begs! Christmas Tree
;7hen somebody added nufftts of ami.sweet chocolate chopped
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bar cookie,
*a y-do just spread the Toll Haw Cookie betterevmlr '
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in a | 13" by t by 2 pea and bake in I J7S
even for 12 to 14 l AUtet. Tke earn batter ia need lor the ,1M"( ... thana.ir.s ever yewr work straw.
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chocolate _rvl.. To make coolie pope drop batter by E cgonson.
tahleepoonfula 4 inrhea apart on = cookie aheet flat*** i i
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Elizabeth
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Dr., Tituiville, entered
the fall class at Florida i ,F
Technical College in Cape
Canaveral. She plans to
study the field of Bookkeeping -
and Key Punch S '
Operation. Mrs. Warrenis .
a 1963 graduate of Ti-

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Will 1
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Bond Collections Ear


Upon the final decision from
commission attorney Herachel
Carney, the Brevard County
Commission has Instructed a
letter be written to the insur-
.nee commissioner stating the
county would not take part In ,
the collection of estreated ball
bonds.
Several bonding companies
had asked the county for relief
In the collection of estreated
bonds before the courts of the
county When the request wat
made, Carney told the commission .
it was his opinion that the
county bad no business or authority >
to collect the bonds, anJ
asked for an opinion from the
attorney general on the proposal ,
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In today's session, he reiterated
his opinion, saying that In
prior opinions of the attorney
general, if the county would par
tlclpate in these collections It
would constitute "gin" to the
bonding companies in that the
county would receive nothingfor
the effortCommission
Chairman Jot
Wickham instructed a letter be
written to Ed Larson, Insurance
commissioner, Worming him
that the county would take no /4BBr
I part in the collections ECKERDDrua
A number of bonding compan. 4
i 'yla Yy
les were recently caught in "the
bind"* when thousands of dollars .
worth of bonds were es c: Stores wILV
treated and these companiesare
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front door entrance to the In
dlan River Masonic Lodge build
Ing Saturday night and made ;
away with nearly $100 in cash
Entrance was made throughthe
front door of the building : 4
which faces Highway U S. 1. : : ? O1Jt
Police said the burglery occurred
sometime between I
p.m. Friday evening and 8 a.m. X
Saturday morning. t
Lt W. J. Bohannon, detective t ,
bureau of the Tltuavllle Police ? JERT' ,INO
Department robbery, .is Investigatingthe \ S.


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I "Indian River City South Titusville NewsA I Dims News Communion


Christmas Eve J AI
LM. Mr. and Mrs. Bay Mathis of Tampa are spending' |
I y Mrs. OMrs Md...... children, children. the holidays with their daughter
A venture which began 'Just i AM 7-12U Caldwell and of Christmas cakes, and her husband, Rev. and First Methodist
for fun has become almost a Family Christmas Party A variety coffee and punch Mrs. Joseph Boatwright, and
cookies,
full time effort for five Lake Mr and Mrs. L A. Holder o4 pie, served: : and enjoyed by all children.Mr. Christmas Eve Holy Comm
County youngsters. The Trade- Titusville were hosts at a fair Iwas Ion will be held at 8 a

marks Ltd., a musical group R fly party last Saturday evening' ,.,.....rl and Mrs. Romans d, first Methodist Church o'clort.
specializing In vocal and aound Dec. 19. A buffet supper WI Holiday guests of Mr. and TUllo
.e. production were featured at the served consisting of sand'. Mrs. Julian Kaiser are Mrs. Orlando Avenue, north of Mims, vWe.Members of the two

Indian River City Teen Town wishes, congealed salad, chicken I Kaiser's parents, Mr. and Mrs. have a wonderful display for choirs will sing under the *Idua W
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last Saturday night at the salad chocolate: pie, lrufl t L. L Warner from Gilbert, Christmas. Anyone enjoyingsuch tlon 01 Miss AlIce Conner
Christmas Party and Dance. cake, punch and coffee. Gift s SC., a brother K. Warner of beautiful scenes should Percy Hensley wW be tin
Teenagers themselves, the. were exchanged and the eve-. Florence, S.C. Also Joining the take the time to visit this home, and Mrs. H. E. Peele orgallJI ww !
Trademarks have recently. nine spent In visiting family for Christmas is their especially the children: who will pianist. bs
turned from a recording session Those enjoying the get-to. son and his wife, Lawson and get a thrill out of the decorations.
with Arllngwood Records / getter were Mr and Mrs. J. H, Elaine, from West Columbia, This theme won a prize -SSSSiVB:
where their new record: was McLendon their daughter,' S. C. I for the Romans when it was displayed man. (
pressed. The records, "Don't S'S; k.d Mrs. Hlgdon Bevil sons J. D. Mr. and Mrs. William in Hollywood.
Say You Love Me Too" and McLendon his wife Sue, and I cancer of the digestive -
"Her Come Elmer's Boys" girls Marilyn and Elaine H. C.
Cancer
were released for Florida last McLendon his wife, Gladys, Cancer Society Pamphlet Deals charge. Society offices, wC
J'r1day1ll Jacksonville to have : and children, Mike and Janice, Literature
grand-daughter Mrs. BID Tru provided by tin
National distribution. d
This group has their head E.i deau and great grandchildren, With Early Detection SignsBecause feted American as a Cancer public health Society is 4

quarters at Florida's Citrus Suzanne and Wendy. made possible by seme,
Tower In Clermont and are wantto tection and also now an individ tribute public en
Horn Fir Christmas many persons during the, annual
managed by Elmer WaUon. P.F.C. Tommy Parsons vis- know more about early de. ual's background and medical fund raising and Education
These youngsters may be amateurs +w ted with his sisters Mrs. Joe ection of cancer, to better protect "history" provides information al Crusade and separate donations
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rendered music
they Booth and family and Mrs. Col themselves against fatal results as to whether or not cancer received from legacies
last of the very best for the dance dun 4 lees Lea and son, of Mims of the disease, a might be present wills and bequests and grams:
Saturday night his to La new, free pamphlet is being and authen- made trough
.. ... Tommy was on way Subjects briefly foundations es. '
Teen-Town had 131 -- ----- -----
only memolien
Belle to spend Christmas nea.Uon made available by the Florida discussed include: skin tabllshed to assist recogma,
tically !
present, rather a small TRADEMARKS LTD.-Furnishing the McGregor, rhythm guitar and vocals; with his parents Mr. and Division of the American Cancer cancer,cancer of the breast and national voluntary b e a j t II ,
'number compared with other music for Teen-Town at the Civic Wayne Proctor, lead guitar and vocals; Mrs L. L. Parsons. He was Society and Its Unit offices agencies.
female genital organs; cancer
Saturdays with 200 to 300, but Center Saturday night were the Bill Thacker, bass guitar and vocals; stationed at Ft Carson Colorado located In key cities throughout of the rectum, prostate, nose, I I i
the room was beautifully decorated -
In the Christmas motif Trademarks Ltd. These Lake County Randy Boyte, organ, vocal and sound most of this past year. the state. mouth and throat There is alsoa
and a table was set up on the, teenagers are, left to right: Sherman effects; Davis Friedman, drums. County Unit offices are listedon listing of "Cancer's Seven Cultured Pearls ,
Trawls t* S. C. the regular white pages of which
Signals,
side, manned by the hostesses Danger pro- FOR
Mr. and Mrs. A .R. Timmer in following THE LADY
Peggy Tlndall, Jackie Merriam, telephone directories the vides an aid for early detection. i
Lieut. Simmons man, grandparents of Mrs cities Gainesville, Panama -
: detailed
Barbara Boa and Betty Ponds. Individual, pamphlets Jay Bee Jewelers
Punch and cookies were served Hoyt Mack, have; gone to Langley City Melbourne, Fort Lauderdale and booklets on the above
S. C to spend Christmas Miami, Jacksonville, Indian River Pliu
through out the evening types of cancer, including can.
Adult Chaperones were these A Graduates Al with some of Mr. Timmer.man's 'ensacola. Tampa Fort Myers.. carol the lung, leukemia, and INS M.mb.r
family.Surprise. Tallahassee, Bradenton, Fort .
hostesses and Ed. Merriam, --- -
Bill Bos and Joe Ponds.ChrbtmM Walton Beach, Orlando, West : !
Air University Supper Palm Beach St. Petersburg, Phone 24F-5134 W.yne O'Neil
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Mack Clearwater, Bartow, Sarasota,
I a surprise birthday supper -
gave and
Petty Daytona Beach.
A Christmas Party will be I Simmons First Lieutenant Jr., son of Edward Mr. and D. for Sarah's father Rev. H. The pamphlet titled "thingsYou ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICERewinds
)held at Central Baptist Church Mrs. C. Beasley, on Saturday, Dec. Should Understand If You
Edward D. Simmons
J of 741
this evening at 7:30. McConnell 12. Others sharing the birthday Want A Cancer Examination,"
Candy and fruit will be distributed qEw graduated,from Memphis the U.S., Tenn.Air,I supper were Rev. and Mrs. Ad.rlan was produced under the dtrec- ptln, ..r.. A ttrvlct Water pumps
to the children and I force's Squadron Officer Schoolat Rogers and children from lion of the Florida Cancer Coun.I Power tools B.tt.ry charges Wtldtri Fill
t Christmas film will be shown the Air University, Maxwell 'Meritt Island, Mr. and Mrs.t. I cll and approved by the Flori- dtpndibl ..,ylc.,
T. Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. da Medical Association, the
AFB, Ala., Friday, Dec. 18.
HOUM Warming y J. 0. Sharpe.= Florida State Board of Health I .m. t. S p.m. Nan Saturdays
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Peterson .I Lieutenant Simmons was selected --- and the American Cancer S0clety. -
of 350 Avenue for the special professional .
Carlysle ,
+ The Necks EnttrUtns
h Htyt 2215 Garden
Here honorees at a HouseWarming officer training in recognition A Christmas The leaflet tells about the Street Titusville, Fla.
party was en-
Party last Saturday of his demonstrated potential as physician's role in cancer de
a )dyed at the home of Hoyt and ,
a leader In the force.
evening, Dec. 12. Fifteen oft aerospace
GRANDMOTHER VISITS-Mrs. Irene Franchettlfrom Sara Mack on Sunday evening,
The lieutenant, whose wife I ,
their friends and neighbors at-
tended. Niagara Falls, Canada, is here visiting her son Shirley, is the daughter of Mr. Dec 20, after church.
The couples all attended the and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Frank Simon, of 270 and Mrs M. G. Williams of 1519 It is good for friends to

Little Theater production of Key Largo Drive. Mrs. Franchettl is surroundedby Vista Terrace, Titusville, attended gather and together wonderful and enjoy Christmas sing-
"Carousel" and were to returnto her four grandchildren, left to right: Frances, Louisiana State University big
the Peterson home for coffee. John, Marlbeth and Anthony. and Memphis State University. lOngs, sharing, etc. delicious refreshments
To the of and He Is a member of SigmaAlpha
: surprise Peggy Those enjoying the party
Vernon on their return home, reshman: at Massachusetts Inc tutor's Visit Epsilon.Ueutenant were Mr.. And Mr* Lang Inr. IMPERIAL
there was food, music and gifts 8 itltute: of Technology at Cambridge Simmons Is being ens from Cocoa:"iir. and c Mrs:
and Mendel
Mr. Mrs. Charles to
5 reassigned AFB
McCoy Fla.
waiting for all of them and so Mass. lie arrived last William Mathis of Tampa, Rev
C they enjoyed a wonderful time I IC Monday and will spend the noli- have just returned to their and Mrs. Joseph Boatwrightand 1o
C Attending were Miss Jane lays here returning to Cam, home at 303 Primrose Avenue, Auxiliary Police children Mr. and Mrs
Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Don I Midge on'January lit ," lampion, Va., after vacation- ActivitiesThe Larry Blerman and children, TOWERS
I Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Jack log In Florida. On their way Log Mr. and Mrs. Gene GUmore
Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs William from Virginia to Miami and and family Mr. and Mrs. John
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Troop No. 371 Boy Scouts Key West, the Mendels spent Titusville Police Auxll Kennedy and girls, Mr. and< o v.:. HIGHWAY 1. SOUTH, TJTWYIUI
Hetkelmoser, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Troop 370, Boy Scouts of several days with Mr. Mendel'ssister1. lB.)' released the following report Ken Sumner and sons,
i gain Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mimic Mrs Marie Seals of 305
their
J America, met last Monday concerning activities Mr. and Mrs. Andy Long and<
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard the Indian River Oleander Place. As a Christ for the month of November. proudly presents ;..
tvening at
Cromwell mas gin to Mrs. Seals, the Men- They recorded 501 hours
i C City Methodist Church for theregular BOOKKKEEPINGACCOUNTING
dels took her to Miami for a patrol time 15 hours In court
1 In OkinawaAirman I weekly meeting.The four-day vacation at the Beachcomber's session, and 153 hours while on i'e., c ATrtiltr Nr CtMtpt Ftr Tar Dining, Dancing! and

Bill James, IOn of meeting was opened by Motel special detail. Also made 28 INCOME TAX SERVICE a Ent.R.rmnentPleacvial
: Mr. and Mrs. W. W. James sr. ]Dave Champion, Assistant After a week in Miami, the arrests, assisted In 28 arrests,
t ef 409 Pritchard Street, has Scoutmaster. Gary Woods, Mcndcls continued on to Key Investigated 12 accidents, and Dormax Enterprises
just landed in Okinawa for a Scoutmaster, discussed the West for a wonderful week of assisted In the Investigation of Phone 267.6079.r.rr..wtiarr.rar.carara.an.vrsratnc o, I The Intimate On Sundays W* Present !
.1 tour of duty there In the United I planned hike in January with deep-sea fishing They then 10 accidents. A Dining Treat .
States Air Corps. I the boys. came back for another week In naa i French Quarter ELABORATE i 4S
lie left his wile and son, DavId I 1
Miami and another visit In Indian
The boys then went into Patrol i )
S with her parents In Memphis where collected River City. From here I COFFEE SHOP ton IKUKFAJT, BUFFET
I comers they
: Mich., and hopes that by I IUNCH From 1 tt > m.
I dues and had various dls- they all toured the East and ChambersJewelers DINNER AND LATE SNACKS p.m.
S next March he can send for I cushions on scouting activities. West Coast of Florida, before ADULTS .. M2

.a them. After this a troop game was the Mendels returned home. CHILDREN ..... J2-"

: **-tri.nh I played In which all took part I 1 The Fabulous ndMARK

a Richard Cromwell, of 30Carlyile This was also this Troop's Elks Yule Party I WAYNE
i Avenue, has just returned I Christmas Party, so after com Annual I a Imperial Room and his ZANIACS ;
a from a wry cold trip to I plctlon of the game, all the children's Christmas! 4 P.M. 1 P.M,
: Denver Col. and back. He say 1 boys lined up for refreshments, Party for children of members I "Jewelry of the BtiUr Kind" 1 FOR GOU ET INtNG AT m JEST IN OUR LOUNGE t
It was 10 degrees when he left I Our Scribe says that everyonewas of the Titusville Elks Lodge will I PItfLl! PLAZA SHOPPING I n
CENTER
: to return to Sunny Florida. allowed to have second be held from 7 to I p.m. Wednesday M7.7 1q PRIVATE DINING ROOMS AVAILABLE .
because the scouts all had good at the lodge. I FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS sod HOLIDAY PARTIESThe .
C Robert L. Poynter, son of appetites After they finished
i Mrs. Hutchison of Lisle, 111, U 'eating, the Scouts opened their Each child i Is requested to Make "Her" Christmas Complete with :i

visiting with his grandparents, gifts. take a gift (ISo maximum) and EnchantingImperial
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)Ir. and Mrs. Joseph F Slaby, Mrs. Woods and Mrs Sabln Santa will be there to present
ef this community. Bob is a furnished the refreshments. these and other gifts. I OUTSTANDING VALUES IN
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.. Brevard County high school For the past three years the 'ship team, also selected by the Ions In each sport but did not

principals will meet early ii TitusvlUe Star-Advocate. Mel. newspapers.IfacDanlels. say that the top place team
II'I January to again discuss the bourne Dally Times and Cocoa I I said the committee I would receive any recognition
> Tribune donated the Canaveral would determine a methodto other than "county champ. I
possibility of forming a confer.ence Cup to the county champion select the county champ ions."


: Grandpa Said We Used Wrong Approach ionship for selecting and, In determining a3 the county Interscholastic a champ method -

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r. This slack time of the year gives us the opportunity to ramble caked with snow, a person has to look twice before firing, because However It li the belief,

. bout IOmet.h1nglnstead of the regular cut and dry sports la he may kill a dog mistaking him for a rabbit. Anyway that the conference: which hu
general. that's what grandpa said.
e That's why, each Christmas season we drag out a column been a minor Issue for several r rL r
will not be agreed on by
years L
t written several years ago while still a college student For the first hours the
fun.
couple hunting was It the principals, who decided last
have been so bad If the rabbits were as thick 'as they wouldnIn month that there was no apparent ere

! Grandpa's Christmas hunt. Probably the most Important grandpa' younger days, but, we were lucky to get over fifteen reason for forming a
Ingle day in his life. He's nearing M years old now, a little In one trip. conference:

lower than he was when we were knee high, but on any given There were plenty of rabbits there, but we Just couldnt nil t According to Charlie Mac-

day he can still i walk the legs off any of his grandchildren.Tom them. We tried the whistling bit (when no one was watching) but Daniels Director of the County
Parker Is his name. He's 5'9" tall and weighs about ITS. It didn't work. Grandpa said we didn't whistle right Physical Education Department

He's half Cherokee Indian, knows every foot of the Shawnee Hills We tried a club when the gun got heavy, but we couldn't get "A committee has been

In Oklahoma like the palm of his hand. close enough to do any damage. We even tried throwing the per. chosen to study the possible

At our home, generally. Christmas Is overall like any other simmon branch, but that didn't work. Grandpa said the limb methods of selecting the county
holiday except for the gifts. First of all everyone and his dogs wasn't green enough. champions In each sport for

chow up for Christmas day and of course for the big feast and Actually, when the rabbits looked up and saw us coming they each year However, we still '
see no Immediate need for a
hunt. were not frightened by the guns but the way we looked. conference"

But it wasn't the Christmas Feast or the Christmas Hunt Imagine several young boys, dressed with socks over their The actual discussion of '

that always excited us the most. It was that night before that al. faces, wearing old hats that hung to their necks, at least three formulating a conference was

way placed the king on the tree. coats, four pairs of pants along with a pair of boots that had now studied by the principals dun
It was more fun preparing for the Christmas hunt than wad. leaked and the ten toes on the Inside were small chunks of ice. ing their monthly work sessions \ 1d
wk4'
tag through the marsh in the boondocks and slinging water moo Grandpa, of course, said we used the wrong kind of grease last October, but, the w ; !

casslns from your legs Just to kill game. principals' action on the subject
But, in order to bring home game, Grandpa said the most was not released until this week

important thing was to be properly attired. This meant, spending when It was rumored that Sat. low"WEIGIIT
careful hours of selecting the right type of clothing. Ducks 'Ain't' Coming elllte Beach, the team which -....... ...-"\ 4.. '--
; won the county football chamn-
kinship for the first time In the -LIFTER-The holder of two two records at the recent Florida MU '
It was Christmas time, natch, Just a little on the cool side
history of the school would not state records in 'weight: lifting, Phil statewide weight lifting meet held In
there the
For a more accurate description, was snow on ground
usual Big Flight ExpectedOn receive any recognition for Emenheiser, Brevard Junior College Jacksonville. He set a state record in I
about six Inches deep and the thermometer had taken its
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defeating all the teams In B..* student is shown discussing( his press with i 233 pounds and a state
dive to about 10 degrees above zero.
vard. : achievements with Bob Altken, chair record on a total of three lifts which
Here, is when the preparation comes la. November 25, 1943, one of coast. The movement generally of
I MacDanlels, speaking for the I man the Division of Physical Edu amounted to 730 pounds. Emenhelser
We start by rummaging through the cedar chest, collecting the largest migratory duck begins In upper New Eng principals, said since It Is cation and Health. Emenhelser set the is lifting in the 148 pound class.
.. duds that haven't been worn in probably a year or so. movements in the history of land immediately after the mandatory by the school board
However, the worst part about "getting ready" was the bit first Invasion of cold wave. Migratory that all teams In the county
Central
Florida In full
about having to clean up the "starched hard" boots, scrapping off) was birds, then begin their schedule each other In aU North Plans Mixed I

: mud and diggtn out the spider webs from Inside. The mess was swing fly southward. They may fly sports, there Is no need for a
left over from last year. This year, the situation Is dif as far u Washington, layover conference Also, since the

But my Grandpa bad his way of doing things. ferent. there for a few days until the state playoffs are now governed I
"The best way to fix the boots so they won't leak is take a The ducks 'aint coming. weather turns colder then they on a point system, a con Defense For South '

can of CrIsco from the cupboard and rub the grease into the Friday, Christmas Day the proceed further south. t''fnre01114 not be needed
leather until It shines." migratory movement will be Hunters, wondering how to "We find no actual need to'ortn MIAMI (CAP) Coaches for says passer from Tulsa and Navy'i

Well, it generally took several hours or so to get things all exactly one month overdue, U detect the actual movement a conference," MacDan- the North squad In the Christmas Coach Paul Dletiel of Army Skip Orr.

ready for the hunt After all the trimmings, such as shoe strings, last year's flight is any indi win not have any problems as lets said. "In essence, we do Day all star football game also Is worried about Hayes. "Orr to a fine receiver an.he' .
cation. But, there's no reason far the Indian River have a conference since! all the are planning mixed defensefor
u flyway a But be says, "We have more the Stauback I
gloves, ammo, etc:. were set aside, we generally went to Grandpa's for guy linger
hunters to fret because "
= Is concerned. In past years, teams play each other. the South strong armed than one man to watch" likes to throw tn," DleUel said
house.
0 sooner or later U mother nature over a half million birds have But, for the find time In passers and fast receivers.It's .
He had la mind Jerry Rhomo. Staubach 1 Is the South's starving
several times to the from
He managed get young boys away continues her usual ways three the combination to
been estimated cruising down years top place football a man -man the South's record .
the main body of the relatives, then be would tell how it "used the migratory movement will the river heading south team In Brevard will not and tone defense and a lot of : shattering -quarterback.PLYMOUTHLAND

to be when be was a boy", begin in such a manner that Breeding place for most of be awarded a trophy for their the burden will fall on Michigan
"Yes sir, boy," Grandpa would say as he oiled the hammers newcomers to Florida will not'orget the birds which migrate to football prominence State's Herman Johnson, a SERVICETop
on his old sawed off, double-barrel shotgun that put out a pattern Florida seems to be In Central foot-4 defensive specialist with
like a 40 mm howitzer cannon at 45 yards. (It had to throw Curtis Wilson, manager of Canada. The first flocks generally range, speed and size.
.... out a big pattern because, whether Grandpa admitted it or not, the the Merrttt Island National arrive in late October Bowling North coaches regard Johnson Quality Service By
Ills eyesight was not u keen as it used to be. Wildlife Refuge explained the and the first big flight begins u probably the only\ player who Top Quality MechanicsFor

"When I was a youngln', we used to walk 75 miles a day,, situation. "There's nothing to about the second week In Nov ......*' M*..lf M..'. P...-..'. will be able to stay with I h eSouth' Your Chrysler Or
... ...
be alarmed about Wilson Milk In4lvl M. '
Bob
as ember. however Hayes of Florida
=: and believe me, rabbits were so thick, that if we got tired carry. lured Normally, the "ol*>, D1')' less *. .. II*. Plymouth. 8.. Us First
AIM
: : the
world's fastest human
:: big a gun, we would pick up a tree limb, not Just any ole limb "The ducks have probably first largest weeks flights in occur December during the "Huh... Kill lndlvlrfu.1 Halt It..oo.Mrlninl 4IMHlfk who won two gold medals lathe
mind you It had to be a partially green persimmon branch and started their movement law ..*!.! Tm N' .. 4, .
They Olympics.North
Even if the
bit the rabbits on the head u they came out of the bushes." Just haven't reached Florida movement has not big started migratory, the 1I:1t.dOt11I.11I: lam xrlMi Tam Nor' t.Ilindlntu coach All Parseghlan! BREVARD MOTOR CO.
Grandpa always was a little windy of
yet duck for Notre Dame says Johnson
population Brevard
be said "You've to be fast to shoot T... W.. ....l S. Napkins MteiwIU TUut.lll.
"One other thing got Florida, the Keys, Cuba and County Is still on a nigh! rate, Tam N' .. 1 I..t barely missed qualifying for the -
.r these rabbits." other tropical areas are the especially the Merrltt Island I Tam N, *. S M IT Olympics himself! In the hurdles. 2(14351
And he would tell the story that's centuries: old, the one home for most of the ducks Refuge. Tam T... N N'.*.. 4 S II.:St II "He's fast," Parseghlan .
= fee had told us every year for the past seven while sitting around along the entire Atlantic sea ...-.-..-.-... .... ------ --- - ----- --
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a cup of hot choclate on Christmas Eve.

"Now listen son, and I'll clue you In on the secret": BBOIITC KOTIfB or IHTCXTIOIf' 'TO THE WHISPERING HILLS
riCTITIOCI" MAMA
The old &1'I111eaded fellow, would lean back la the rocking U ......11.... wltk H._ Bill

chair, brace his feet on the edge of the bed, and start: "When N.Law. .1171..f Florid Cb.pur. A you see a rabbit, don't try to pull and fire at the first Instance. 4nlcM4 will ncitur wltt 1k.. COUNTRY CLUBWISHES
Clerk) ol Ik* Ctmvli Curt U .
.- Walt a second for him to reach full stride. When he gets about 100 .ar' Cwats. Fluids. .... ,..
.... .r ....... .r .lIIl1o.n.. ., ALL THEIR: FRIENDS 4 CUSTOMERS: r
yards away, the thing to do Is whistle. Immediately after you Ibl. .Ue.. lbe 'oil...... flot'II...
whistle, fire the shot The rabbit will stop when he dears the ....KM., M-wlli Tllucrliu. Cmrlr". A fl rtijieiai I
wklak w r* ( ( 4 I / if/trry '
shrill sound and as be does, this win give the bullet time to catch '>..kll.kl.i *l JUS *.lk Wuhn .
AT .
T1twr.HI
riorM sad
-. tp with him. 111I.' tk. s.d.r.I..1 tr* i*. Mly And A
Now, my Grandpa might have done a lot of weird things In r:::" Ulnt4 MM kw.y .

:: Us lifetime, but, be wouldn't lie. Da') st "........ Plulds. tact J./arr'J nwjar/
we used to hunt those rabbits," be recalled.: "One w .. .e Dmmbw. A O. 1PS..
"Yeah 13 of old and natural O Wiur..,.| w.H. BluiMitk irivMicr, ... ....... .... .../--................................
,:. time there was us hunting an swamp area,
.. MR. 4\ MRS. JOIIN SIIAIIBASlashssalMUUSMWM11MMaaeluwenetse
Doe. It. I. .. j .. .. ta w4)
e ly, we were using our dogs, although we were not using them to ..... .nelt ..... M 0
: Jump rabbits. We fixed a sled behind four of the larger beagles. SHOP TODAY TO AVOID THE

: You see son, we had so many rabbits that we couldn't: carry all
of them so we put the rabbits on the sled behind the dogs and I I LAST MINUTE CHRISTMAS RUSH YJf

they would do ail the work for us."

-- a Deadlines i GUNS HUNTING APPAREL fc EQUIPMENT .
Holiday
= The next day we rolled out of bed about S a,m. to able SPORTING TOYS BB GUNS

:: breakfast of steak, eggs and biscuits and later began the real ARCHERY EQUIPMENT ROLLER '

"" work putting on our clothes to brave a half day of hunting in SKATES BASKETBALLS AND EQUIP. I'J
sub zero temperatures. J
... First came the long-Johns. Grandpa said, you are not a bona- To facilitateearly MENT BAR BELLS Jr EXERCISING

= fled rabbit hunter If you don't wear bng-johns. publication .f J EQUIPMENT CAMPING EQUIPMENT

to Then, came a pair of wool socks, then another, and another the STAR-ADVOCATE f! SLEEPING BAGS YOUTH GRIDIRON
I
:- Jitil our feet were M large we could barely slip on the boots. for ChrUlmas sad New Y..,., KIT. FISHING EQUIPMENT TEN. -

o. On top of the kong-johns came about three pain of extra the following beavy blue Jeans Grandpa said a rattlesnake could bite clean obeo"tda V.
BASKETBALLS BOXING GLOVES
.
.:- through one pair of pants, so for added assurance and warmth, .
ire wore three pairs. Didn't want to take any chances: ATHLETIC SOCXi BASEBALL GLOVES

:;. Next we took an old sock, one that IUD sort of had a strong CROQUET SETS MODEL CAR SETS

cent: to it and cut the top to sup It over our beads. We cut our LANTERNS ft FLASHLIGHTS BOWLING :-

places for UM eyes, SUM and mouth so our face would keep EQUIPMENT COMPLETE GUN

warm. J CLEANING EQUIPMENT BICYCLES
After donning the boots, gloves and a large bat that would
also cover the can we headed for the woods with our dogs tot : I AND TRICYCLES CLAY PIGEONS Ic

-: towing.We. ALL OTHER SPORTING GOODS
I I
used beagle bounds exclusively for rabbit hunting. DISPLAY ADVERTISINGMon. edldbat "--- adatet.stlt.aMate atlut.a
A beagle stands only II inches high and when be becomes:
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R@SFTRUSSES Fri., Jan. 1st Paper. Deadline 12 Noon Wed., Dec. 30 II ON


Mon. Jan. 4th Piper, Dtidlin 1 p.m., Thur., Dec. 31 ONGAMES


CLASSIFIED DEADLINES WILL BE THE SAME V & ARCHERYEQUIPMENT


DadHu For C* rch News For The Friday Church Ptpe will

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NEW U. S. I SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY
II OPEN fcM A.M."TIL. Pict.- THRU CHRISTMAS
PHONE 2S74MS I, HIGHLAND AVE AT GARDEN S1' I BLOCK W OF PARK

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>vatjdtl tpp ,m x5ry IT Testing At BJC Set Dec c.18th, I broad Florida's snout while alligators their have cousins a, rM
the crocodiles, have a narrow
Registration for morning and courses. projecting nose.Diamond. r
afternoon classes at Brevard : On Tuesday, Dec. 21, all new
Junior College have been announced students will report to the college 6 .,,(yyry,
by college oe claJa.
at 8 am. for academic
Gifts
Day division students are counseling Registration for r
scheduled to attend a testing these new students will be held For EveryoneJay
session at the Mon
college on on Wednesday, Dec. 20, from
day, Dec. 28, at 8:30: a.m. Bee Jewelers
8:30: am to 3
p.m.
On the same day, from 8:30: I Indian Rlwrl.r.! .
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. returning day Classes for the winter term
students will register for their will begin on Jan. 4 at 7 a.m. I INS MemberDorothy
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Florida Greeting Service, Inc.
y '. w... .-.vwyr' 'I- yrCordially rC rY

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H e WelcomesYou

4. r b V j The Personnel At Brevard Lumber Co.
v-.n' and Your Family
Wishes A Blessed Christmas
DISCUSS "Y" Recently an open one to meet John King, executive director Everyone
house was held at the local YMCA of the local YMCA. Shown Spiriting To Your New Home! And A And
Holiday Happy Prosperous
building The purpose of the event was above in discussion are, from left: Supervisor ,
to explain the work and functions of Dana Filson, Christine Cambetea, John 28'-728' The State of Florida New Year.
the"Y"and also an invitation to every- King, and Bill Williams-S-A Photo.
HOSTESSES 5

I Airman Adams Is Inventory Specialist .FRANCIS ILRODunm It is our desire to make you feel welcome C V

Airman Third Class ThomasE. and to acquaint you with your W. Will B. Cloud Thursday Friday andy
Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. ........III1..III1..II.......................... HILIN 27-045)I. WALSH city. r Saturday. Dec 24.25.26. In Observance
William T. Adams Jr of 275 .c..1
Coleridge Ave., Indian River f CHRISTMAS EVE ,* JUDY CARTWRICHT4JJJ7I1 v Of Th. Holiday.
City, graduated with honors v
from the training course for HOLY COMMUNION V
U.S. Air at Force Amarillo Inventory AFB, Tex.specialists j I If you are new in the area, a phone y

Airman Adams, a graduate of ar call will bring a visit from
prompt BREVARD LUMBER
Carner (N.C.) High School, Is you
being AFB, N.M.reassigned, for duty to!in Kirtland his new FIRST METHODIST CHURCH TITUSVILLE your local hostess. Please give her a call! COMPANYAM

specialty The airman attended the Unl I 8:00 p.m. ... J She has maps and many free and wonder. 7.3U1 TITVSVILLI&kkkk I
verslty of North Carolina and ful for from local businesses r
Brevard Junior College at Cocoa A nuriery will b. prevlded f r po.lch..1 children.aMai gifts you r
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THE CROWDS, MAKE UP YOUR OWN GROUPr. -

MINIATURE GOLF IS FUN AND INEXPENSIVE. WE HAVE Hit The Clown In The Nose

THE LATEST EQUIPMENT, NEWEST OBSTACLES, FINEST FACILITIES -
& Wi n A Free Pass! i.\'
( COME OUT SOON. !


.; "FUN HOURS" '- ::' :... Low Score In Any Foursome


MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 1 P.M. TO 11 P.M, .: .1. Wins Free Pass! ;


SATURDAYS 9 A.M.1011 P.M, i t Special Kiddie Mornings I

SUNDAYS NOON TO II P.M.
9 10 1 Every Saturday!
CHRISTMAS VACATION DAILY 9 A.M. TO 11 P.M, a.m. p.m. ,


,./ FUN FUN FUN

.,.., ADMISSION .. A tJ
For Everyone! o -

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C AND Y MIDNIGHT
b OflraLt I i AGENCY

GIIT SET

Gnv Beach, Edward installed IIoKbin the 1965 ofocoa \! Nothing Is Appreciated More At CoIojtne, nd $ W I'WALGREEN IlJ BIG APPLE PLAZA

officers:iub No. 3018 of the at the Toastmasters Chanticleer \ Christmas Time Than Good Candy &bOOyJotio: 3 TITUSVILLEMAGNOLIA
dt body powner. '
nn laft: Wednesday evening. V D R U G "'
Dave Taminga president: J Give The Best Give Russel AVE
V, H Clark, education vice- V '
president! ; W, G. Kelly, admin.stratlvfe 5 Stover. GifTS GALORE I. R. C.
vice president; Dr. A.
Tagudin, secretary treasurrand .
ATYOUR
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, : at Installed.Raymond arms; ,were Summy the, 1963 sergeant I i 1 lib. Box . 1.60 i CUTTER EVEN LAST MINUTE -- 3l


pfficers Doctor:Toastmaster A. L Tagudln for the serveds prograta I i lb. Box . 3.15 2I 2 "
[ The regular business iSo

([meeting the evening was meal,followed at which thelloastmasters' by I I 3 lb. Box . 4.50 j I N 8fthoppsng
wives were hon.
fared guests. Table topics were I OnSets ,
[conducted by Skip Blum, and 51b. Box .1.50
F. J. Yar- i. !: ., Now { 4
[the were
speakers : .JI
[brough Semmes.e .0 D. Onls, and W. R. .... .. . ... t' '. Till i. EASY atCUTTERS .I ,

next meeting will be held .
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Christmas af -
[at the Chanticleer Inn Jan. 6. u

ulprils Sleal Ii O'ICE 4 ROILS t P' ,1 3 ROILS


eddies, Bridles ALL CUTTER STORES WILL BE GIFT ; M.. .r GIFT

CLOSED FRIDAY, CHRISTMAS QUALITY'S Sire. ands You-' .
[Culprits broke Into an equip. WRAP d WRAP

[uncut John storage A. Gordon trailer realtor belongingto to- DAY THE DOWNTOWN STORE Know the|Prices are'-'LOW!

[coed on the Dr. B. R. Lakin 20" wide, 360" of '"'r' 'u j' Hmftl'ik bargain I IOJ'
WILL ALSO BE CLOSED SATURDAY *
North Ave- tful pap r, 20"vMtb
[place! on Singleton lancy parer68C
I nue..sometime Friday night and 4 OPEN CHRISTMAS DAY. J JO It. long!
(made off with about $300 worth AND SUNDAY MAIN .
of laddies, bridles, reins and CHECK YOUR STORE'S HOIIRtl '- '
bal>rrs. STORE IN THE BIG APPLE
Cordon told the Star Advocate All the friendly folks at CUTTER'Syou 27'MS
the lock was broken on the PLAZA AND THE I I. R. C. STORE wish Merry Chrutmail
trailer door and It was almost very
(completely cleaned out. WILL BE OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. r*
BAraong the articles taken
[.ore two saddles, one a show BOTH SAT & SUN.EMERGENCY r
[addle. a training bridle with
hnafflc. a stallion bridle with PHONE NUMBERS I '
I brass bit a black bridle, colt STRANDS .
I halter, cold lead rein, two large IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY f 3;! 'r I
[nylon'lead reins, special braid. \
Bed leather bridle, two breast CALL ONE OF THESE Doub-Go! t + .
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a.
[collars, neck rope with brass PHONE NUMBERS ..
swivel and snap and ring, according
to Lt. W. J. Bohannon
ICICLES _
I of the Detective Department of 267-0848 or 267-3177; ,; 1
the TUusville Police
PACKAGE
> The case is still under investigation :

Bohannon said. IIPPO Wm. PENN I A c TOBACCO A POUCH EIEC. SKILLET COFFEE MAKER 99kKpata !

Lloyd Lines I Lull ROGERS AIR TITE 50 12"Immersi ul. 99 Vanity laup
,..
Dtlinelmportedaherpskln.- "Lad anl 'i aluminumonly
LIGHTERS CIGARS '
.crnfresleCe+ly.., !

Safely Awards REG. 3.50 PANATELLAS 1 Ar rat Man PHas.r.I ;

PERFECTOS .
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Safely awards were presentedby ONLY BLUNTS .9. : '
TJoyd Lines during a combination 1'A'! '
Christmas party and REG. 2.2S

safety Wayne meeting Stanley Thursday of Tltusvllle Itim 981 TO $4.98 '" J
operations manager of LI I o y d 299 99
Lines presented safety awardsto x 1 r
eight drivers Including M E. CHRISTMAS j
Haun of Mims, for two years of
safe driving. 6i'

Holiday ScheduleFor y RECORDS and SRPM LPs 1

City Hall .. 1.55019 lalsb, k artist,!
S95 Gillette Set Joel J i, ,
schedule for I Coomo '
The holiday City ,
Hall and city employees is announced k WORLD WIDE Sun-Up"." 55 MENNEN TRIO Kings Men Duo etm any .

as follows by City I ', J ydinn;bottta I- SkIn| Bracer Mofcolocnclor M 1
15-LIGHT a
Manager Cleveland Talmadgp'City : I 63 ;haverrC$1
Stroke h veind i
Hall will be closed all 98 C
day Thursday and Friday, Dcr speed stick,only' Mod, Chrhtitia I
24 and 25 and also on Friday, OUTDOOR SET n. '.4""' '
Jan 1, 1963 Tank LIFESAVERS "BOOK"12rolIiofpu

Works The Department will make no of garbage Public l collection :l ARMY IYaie/' ;. 277 |>uIarfU\orinuU /I O c /;:;.. '+,1 :, TO 2./J 1))1 i/
on FrIday Dec. 23, but ONLY .nret"\.or1bonk..urprl.;..... fjLJ :,' N4
will double-up on Monday, Dec RIDE'Ems J
28,,in an effort to serve all al 'l 4. r-
S l9
areas of the city Fun to ride, easy to 25.LIGHT SET I -- "
Tom watts, director of Public I handkl- 1 I ,1
Works, states that Christmas World, Widt; Indoorlit 3.66 / f \ I
for only. .
tree will be picked up on Mon I 373 TRANSISTER .,
day, Jan. 4, and asks that

all the residents street on leave that date trees to near assure I t
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OIT INTHfcTIII TO I* THK CIRCLIT COt'RT OF IM TilE CIRCUIT COURT Of IH TIlE
HlulNTICK: 'irriTIOIN CIRCUIT COURT or
NtMK THB NINTH JUDICIAL ('1ft- GLAMOR GIRLS/ NINTH
THE
In JCpIOAI.; CIRCTIT -- SR KII' < with Houae Rill CUT IN AND FOR BRCVAKfi .' IN ,
AND FOR
N BREVARO: ( or FtVORinA
01111115., Number :MM. ), IN AND
1.awn Act nf ItHl ihrunderrlsned MISTER BREGER 2'HTIN noiiiDAIN MO,' tun CeUMTT'IN CHANCpRT!1.0030, m*. 5MS4KOTifaj BREVARO CHANCERY: OfJWNTT NO. 2N88

will retleler wllh the %""OTI('" VlOMUctIt11
ir to
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ClerH of th. Clrovlt Court In Hrevaril JotlT.( or **IK
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Mr.
Counlv Florid. ,,, Douclaa. A. Marti FIRST FEDERAL, 8AVINO
ui n reinlpl 1. I. KMLAK MORTGAGICCORPORATION 4111 VI eat Deeond
Street AND
LOAN
( of nroar nf publication of OF FLORIDA. Santa AWOCITJO'' or
AnA, California
PALM BAY.
thin nntlcit. the ,
following" flctltloiiatin a Florida
CorporallonTHOMAS Tee. MR DOUGLAS MARTIN
Ho.me-,. tirntrr lo wit:which Tlnklrpnunh.I urn ",en.I'nt .... PI.IIlIIt' are hereby. notified hot a Petition ..... PI.l.ttffItlStflI,1P.

", ,, In II.., Rmiilr' .l SIM Moe.", J. noNAIMftl' JR for, Adoption baa. bean filedetaln.l ROM,", BUILDING
i,,lln AC roe Tlluatlllr) FlarM. and BUTTT ANN DI'I'IALDIIION.bl. yen. ant rev are re. CORPORATION etc. *t .,.1"Drl.nd.
nil hot( (he under.lcned In the quired to aery a envy of your .
..nl i Ie tmieon InlcreMml In ...leI him, : wife, 1)rI.ndaele newer or pleading. to lb. Petition NOTICE la hereby "Ilvoo, "S"auant
for Adoption I. the Plaintiff. to a Final 1 Deer .
of Fo,.
TO THOMAS ,WON
: J AI
DON .
Vet, Attorney PITT8 MORTON eloaur dated
I HI THiKvlllr Florida Ihl the Slat day of
Jlt.
d
23 tin u nf Dc-wiihi-r. A.p. IM4 HaTTTV ANN DONALIWON STEPHENS and tile tb* orlclnal", J>*o nbr e'N-d In
Dunne M. Tlnklenaiiojh", bla wife answer or ol..dln"", circuit otn.- ('hasrery 'C 355 3t t"t .
r'.. :.1. 30 Ilffil! Jan. e. 13 (l\Voi1) ,,/n Oranda Hotel of the Clerk of the Court Circuit Court of the Mnth Jud
i Jlf.3 Helen Para on or before the IMk day of January l icial Circuit In and for Brevard
BraXI 190. County: Florida. herein Fleet
8A 304
TOU ARE HBRCBT NOTIFIED If you fall lo do eo Jndcment"' Federal Bavin"*,, and Loan *50cc..
by default will ba taken acalnat of Palm'
lhat latlpn B.v Florida I. lbs
a .utt to forecloee a Mori
IN TUB CoUNTY JPT>OR'/II .ace baa been filed aireln.t you I you for the relief dem.nded laaald i Plaintiff and Hurtle. Home
COIWT IN AND foil BHKVAHDCOUNTT Petition. Bulldlnr Corporallon: et al
4'n lbs above Court bv the ahoy are
F10R1DA lamed Plaintiff. The This "oUoo .b.n b. lIubllah.d the Defendant, I nlll\ nell to the
710. --- properlyoucht one each week for four oon.ee.ullr blcbeet and .beat bidder for eaahat
lo b* forecloied la II fol-
IN liE Kalat' of LOt'ISK IDA 10".' weeka In the Tltuavllte VtarAdvocate the Bart Front Door of tha
VO(" I I.. DeceaaeilMmre lot I Block 12 of SOUTH Tllunlll.. Florida' Bravard County Court Houee In
OK KMm of oiiuiRU PATRICK SHORES SECOND Done and Ordered In Tltuaxllle, Tltu.vllle Brevard County. Ftoi-
U>'' ''INT"'I'IUX. SECTION!: ,aceordlnc", to the Brexard County. Florida. Ibid 14th 'da. *t U:Jo clock AM.. on the
I NNM KHftlNtAll Plat thereof recorded .. Fiat day of December 1 MCurtl llth day of January. 1901 the fol-

pereone havlnc", cliilmi, or Book 11. Pec. Ilia( of tha Pub. CLER* R OF, B acne. 1 lomlnc dewrlbed, properly a. lit
4emiinda ../.In.t tha e.tat. ofI.OL'ISB Ho Record of Brev.rd County COURTBY CIRCUIT forth In sold Final Decree to.
IDA VOObL the above. Florida "It:
named docedent er* hereby noil- YOU ARE REQUIRED to file V !8: OitIniIePDICPUTT CLERIC Lot 31 Block C HIGHLAND
tied th.1 .0 order 0' .dmlnlolro. Your Answer with lb. Clerk of COURT SEAL) FMTATBif: aocordlnc", to plat

lion unaerenaarv hat been enteredtir the Court end to nerve a copy Dot II, :a. 30. 1964, ian. I (Woo.) recorded Pace", X. Public In Plat Raoorda Book 1J of
the Honorable VI ROIL, B. upon the Plaintiff Attorney Uti&
(ONKLINU county tudca", : that IRVING NATHANRON PO Boa I Brevard County Florida
(he total caeh value of will eilaleh M. Cocoa Florid*. not later than IN THE!: CIRCUIT COURT OF bar Datad this Ul day of Deuem.CIRTIH .
Two Tbouaand Two HundredFifty I February 1. IMS If you fall to.o THE NINTH JUDICIAL 1064.
81* and 16/100 t22Mle do, a decree pro ronfeaw will CLIT IN AND FOR R BARNES

Dnllin, hit tin name and 04- b entered d ecalnn you for the a .... v. -- .I.. ION ...... ..... COUNTY. FLORIDA Clerk of the Circuit Court
d...... oC thou to whomerder said relief demanded I. the Complaint I CHANCERY NO. 398HINOTK CIR'I By Mary Joe Lncer
.3(5(1 bu b..n ..lined b. such WITNESS my head and the I K Deputy Clerk'

< THERE am aa followa KIRHCHENBAUM "Pretty good driver, my wife-jet* at much u forty I Cooonty eel of. aald Ihie 18lb Court d.at, .f RRRVARDCurtlt DECEM.BER. "I invited him to come and live a.t our house ifter BONNIE: I. PLAINTIFF: Dan.COURT 28 IWed SKAL!: .) )1M4.

513 N K, FIrst Street nule$ to the fender ." 1964. Chrbtmu. vg

Satellite Reach Florida R. Barnea JAMES E HIQOIMJIJTHAM! :
November 80th 1M4 Clerk of Circuit Court DEFENDANT- IX THE CIRCUIT 1"0LnT l'iJ'
THERElliI KIR8"HEN1IAUMDII. Byi; Beetle Hall TOMr. .m.. E. H1(lnbotham THE NINTH IUDICTAI. Cnt.
a. t. 16. 21 (Wed.) 1964. _. I Deputy Clerk IV THE CIRCUIT COtRT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Box 843MTerminal:! CUlT. IN AND FOR BREVARD
-- COURT KAL) THF: NINTH JUDICIAL CIR THE NINTH! JUDICIAI tIN Annex COUNTY. FLORIDA
I If THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Dee 2. SO, 1964 Jaa I. II CUT. IN AND FOR
<( THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1866. Fl. COUNTY. FLORIDA ,
ORIDAIN
Toe
; are hereby notified that a "OTIt'K TO tl'l'
K tn
IN AND FOR BREV'ARDCOUNTY. CHANCERY NO. :58B44! C :2)628PETITION Complaint for Divorce. haa been JAMES W THOMPSON
Read The Ads And Profit. FLORIDA THE NEW YORK BANK FOR !: : or ELLERY T. filed aialnat you and yen are required PAULINE! THOMPSON hi. mlfe and
CHANCERY NO. JM23Kuril RAVINGS. formerly TH ENlOW WJLJ.ETT I oporv.s copy of '
m BY PI ICATIOM Iff THB!!: CIRCUIT COtRP or TORK HA VIM)* BANK a NW For theADOPTION Answer 0' Pleadios 10 your .... PlalntlfffTO
ALFRED OOTTBSMAN. THB!!: NINTH JIDICIAL CIRCUIT Tprk corporation OF CARL E plaint of the Plaintiff'. attorneya"
Plaintiff IN AND FOR FHKVARD Plaintiff KNIGOE. len SYLVESTER BLIMENTHAL., I WILLIAM I. PRICE and BETTY
". COUNTY STATE OF FLORIDA. v I.' PIt.JCE. bl. Bifi
A 'MI.or 2828 II... Waehlngton Avenue 1 TI.
TAM:O.LARK CORPORATION, IN CHANCCRT' MARION B PETERS andiPHIR a.d lavllle. Florida, aol fib* th. or-- t> .1"14B
a Florida corporation, "to" at al: No 2l87f! s : V. PETFKIt. bl. wife. ADOPTION or CECELIA AN'fKNIGGIC !I final Anawer or Pleadlnc", In lie : WIllIam.,, J. PrIce. and,
Defendant.I WII.I.IAMOBVR001 AVINO MAMl'EL OERHHHKHO and AN. I ('fflc' of th. Clark of the Circuit rN.. Prl...;. bl. "
BREVARD JUNIOR COLLEGE TOt e, POILAK H.ln Street.
BANK New Tork
a Cornoratlon NFTTE S (C1KKHHBFKO bin A' Minor) Court Os 0' before lb. Illb day Hou.ton Ten
Croaebrldf' Towers Plaintiff wife, and rRBbN D SCOTT and )NOVICK 10 1)f.rlCM> of January. JIMS If you fall to do I Teu ;
21)5 Lemoln AvcnuaFurt u.PAUl. MAROARhvT ao. judcment, bv default are hereby notified that a
SCOTT hie wife TO! CARL E. K.N1UOK. JR. wIll betaken
Comolalnt '
Lao, Now J....r F. TATLOR and against for the boo been fl ed ...11'01)
relief
.Announces Winter Term Registration! D.t..dante.IoOTlft Realdcno Unknown you you for forecloaure
CRDRIC I. of
JKNIEN MART A. WEBSTER. \ demanded In mortcairen
: TO ntrtNU I Toe are hereby notified that a I lb. Complaint) ti.
,
41. Kaat Mlh Street Defendant TtT5'IC Ot MARION K PKTKKH eaIKt. hONE! : AND ORDERED AT followlne" real Dropert". to-
petition has been
DCCCMBER U (M) 7.* P.M. TDwivill High Schoo'' New York City N.Y. \ OP lOt IT : OKRSHHERO;: and above atvled court filed by BLIERT In the Tltuavllle Florida. tbla 14th day "II:

$.' P.M. fu CaMI High School' RK: The North % of the I THE ITATB, or FLORIDA ANNETTE S. CIFRSHBKHCJ T WILI.JCTT; for Ih. adoption of of December II' The Nail 80 feet of the Worth.
Ifouthcaat t of tbo Southeaat TOt PAUL F TAYLoR, whoa. hi. wife: ERBFN I>. CARL E KNIOOK III a minor,. CIRTIB R EARNER' TO feet of L. I 4, Block .
DECEMBER 29 ((1W) 5.' P.M. Celltgt Campui, Cocoa H. and tha North 4* nf Govern- reeldenc. I. 110I Hlikory Street, SCOTT and MARGARET and CFCELIA ANN KNIOHK. aT CLERK Oje THUS CIRCLn of' HABDKEVILLE. accord
In" 10 lbs
m nt Lot 4. all In 8eotloa 22, Croeavllla. Tenneaae*. SCOTT hie wife mllln. b" the Petltioorr ELLERY COURT Brev.rl County "* stat thereof. records
Township 28 South Bongo 87 Notice I hereby TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED WILLETT. sod .d In Flat Rook L Paie a.
(Ivan thai suit von are re.quired Florida
DECEMBER 38 (W) 5 P.M. College Campus, Cocoa Baal, lylec and belnc In B... haa been filed In the above I Indicated I to lake notice Ib.L. suit has to verve a copy of your Bv avpancler of tie Public Record of !tr..
curl County Florida Ie.. and C oortsf.(net you and been filed acalnat you In tb* Answer or Obt""lIoBl to ahow VDp.. Clerk vard County. Florida.
COSTl Credit Coure $*.00 per trlmeifer' hour encepl tboae landa deecrlbed MART A. WFIIHTKR! f"rmerly above entitled Court The nature cauae why aald petition ..houldnol (COURT BEAU8TLVFSTFR and you ire required S 05cr,, s
In Official Records Rook UKat Mary A. nf thla suit la an action I. for be ., .raolrd copy of vour Answer or Plea,tin
Tivlnr the till* of which on the Atturneva *
Non credit $5.M for court
couriti complete Put" 4J9 nf In* Public R... C... I. ao shove .bo..". f,,reci ooureo I n real eelste morro for Petitioner.. PITTS. MORTON RITVPNTHAL: 1? 'the Comol.lnL' l on the Plain.
orda of Bravard County, Flor- "C' ... hell by THK' NEW ItlHK 0 HrhPHhNH" P. O lIeu 24t I..1 Attorney. for Plaintiff J'ff' attorney Albert 0 .Hartor.
Tou .
Far mart Information' phont fh* Raglttrar, '32.1)11Phone ) M.. are hereby requlrnl In file h HANK VOlt HAVINUH, a New i Satellite Beech Florida and file f"3: ". WsnhicOtoo", Avenu* Derby Otreal Cocoa. }Florid.
YOU ARK HFRRBT NOTIFIICI) four annwer or written riefrnera. Tork Tltuavlll. Florida and fll. the orle-lnal' A .
ciirporatlon which th
i It ntirtmcela orlclnal In the office of the _. nsworor
In
any the Bv -
that a eomplalnl to foreclose above prooivdln"*,; I Ploadini I. Ibe
I i office
rreor led In Offlilal """ 0,1. Clerk of the Circuit Court on ur IIf Ih. ('I..k
method", on tha above described. wIth the Clerk of this Court and Book 1711 Pace 20 Public Record before January 4. IMY. C SusIe I 0' iho t'lrclll, C.II.I on or befuye
iportv hal ha.n filed ...In.1 10 err,. a copy thereof upon the of II.....d County' Florida The HEREIN FAIL NOT er a Deo 18. S3 30 1944, Ja. 4 (Wed) t he 2Ilh d., ot JetocIsre If
coo and COo art required Io.ervu plaintiff.attorneva whona name name nf the Court In which" stIlt Tee Pro Confeaao will be entered 196L Ion fall| lo" do eo"iudcment'*
rum nf vnur amw.T or plmdIn .not before add. ". ''ln"" pear. h of'7anuery' l.eerllnca la preeenllv pen,line acalnMt youVUineea tI.taIP'1' wIll' b. token .", .111'1 yni
"*, to the romnlalnt' m Plaintiff' ( tmft. the : d." la Ib* ('ir"o it Court nf the Ninth mv hand aed the eel I IN THP1C1ICVIT rouTor, omihTlnl relief *"".. .. In the
cIt rlmv. BFHT HAOKK: IVninavn >& tha nature nf thin i,ro'eelio.",; (' .
Us For Extra Judicial' C Ire nil In and for Rrevard nf aald I Court In Brevard < ouniv" TKT; NINTH
beIng JtPTCIAl CIR
a ault 10
forerloar
niilldlnt Miami Flnr th. lien eoun,,,. Florida' Florida, this ThIn
nt a mnrimce the In ('b.o. 30th day of Novetn CUT IN AND FOR BRCVARD I notlr. shall| be puhll.heif
345, and Ma Ihn orl.lnal on followlne
anawitrBinding ely No. 2BM4Th. her. 1964.tCOURT. 0"" each neek for
( four .
NTT.
01 FLORIDA
or In the o'flra of thnri iiK-rlh.il( properly' nltuatt In Bra. 8FAICurtl uII,'. eon**
) .k.
drei rlol Ion of ha real I. Ill TiOusville
Chancery
Sued County. Hot-Id. 2)0)9OflTICI Star.
% rk of to wit
> the tlroult Court In and I R. Berne NoTO Ad'ecelo.DONE .
properly In Hrevard County FlorIda ,
I ol 4 In Blork U' of. INI' rl'BItD
for
HOLIDAYCASH nrevard County, Florida. on VKRHITT l Involved In said proieedlncaaa ; Clerk of the circuit Court TERRENCE I.. PETTY : AND ORDERED In Tl-
PARK arconllnc
before "
or IhInd: : lay .t Jan.uorv. BY Bertie HallDeputy tu.v1lle! FlorIda,
rieecrlned In this
fall to map or plat thereof record, the Complaint I. 'p1.lnlltl 1 aliI hr: "r
IMft If von lo ao In 5. follow.] Clerk, ... tlecemb.r. IM4.
drrra pro eonfraao will ba taknnanalnal *Publlo d In Plat Records Rook 11 Pate It I,ol :in Bl irk 111 SOUTH Dec. 2. 1*, 23 I Wed) IBM CAROL ANN PETTY CURTIS R. BARN E.. CI.rlc
you for tbll r..ll.f damandad of Bernard rl.cull
PATRICK SHORES!: :THIRD Court Piloted
In the complaint to '0'.- County, Florid.. SECTION. occur dint", lo the IN THE CIRCUIT ('Ol'RT OF T0 Detelld.1I1 County. norl DONH AND ORDRRFD _
olovathla at Tl THE!!:
NINTH Jl P1CIAI. CIR By Bertie
pial. recorded In Plot Rook Hall'
I Itleville. Rrevard County SliCe of You CAROL ANN.PETTY:
DATJln .t OI..dll. FlorIda. U Pace M. nf the Publlo Kecorda AND. FOR BB1CVARD are Donobe
rSlSrrV Clerk
Flm-lcln this 31 Hi day of D.o.m.b.r. hereby notified that A Bill of 1 1COMPlAINT
91m day of Dm.imh.r. 19K4 of Brevard County Flur .LA.CHANCJiRY CircuIt Court ball.
IM4
HUTU' R. RARNKH I"a. NO a.7lSOTIC for Divorce. baa I Albert O, H.rt.
01.KRK OF THB CIRCUIT lURTIH n. BARNKS K: TO IIKffNn: boon furl sislnat "y.u. alld yot I ISr. Al\orll.\ for
('(Mi lIT Clerk of the (Imilt Court TOil are required In file reliC PAMELA SUE 8EAOER. required to ...v. a copy of.ill 1 Ill Herb PI.lntl".
Bv V. C. .. Anewrrs or ether InC .., ... Street
,
BTi V. HDanl, m n li.r D C. cody. Plaintiff roil .n." 0' lra4tor to lbs (Coco Florida
(('OIIIIT UFAI I h Inca .1:11 Ih, Clerk of the above ... / ( of Complaint to the Plaintiff
DeputyClerk. Oem M 811, 1M4 Jan. I. l* ''''.d.
named
)
cOURT sIr.AI.) ROBHI WHInY RlRroRO Court and servassosohereof HARRY COMBER 8BAGPRDrfendant. attorney o R Pitta. P. o ) ,
Amerlran National Hank Bl.li, t upon the Plalntlffe atlornev. Box 4M. Dalelllte Beach Plo:
Dm. "
:}a, 80 IIM, Jan I. 19 (IW.d.)
.
I IKK. P. 0 lIon 11)Mat WHITTAKKK AND I THE: STATE OF FlORIDA TO: and file the orlclnal anewer or
Peterabur,, M Florida PI'I.F. whoa .d...... I. Suite iH4. HARRY CONNER BKAQERUefendant :. Pleadlnc. In the office of the
Attorneya for Plaintiff loll Kant Colonial Drive, Orlando,. Clerk of lb. Circuit! Court oa er, Nimtr
Dee 23, 80 1M4, Jaa I. 13 (Wad,) Florid. not later Ih.n the HIll ,.old.ne. unknown. befor th. 4th day of /aauary To Whom It may concern"by
1061. day of January, 14(15( requiredby 198.
at last kno..n .ddr..e wall You *..
*
notIfied th .
.
law .1.. a D.. ... Pro Con ,, IIulooondStrect If you fall to do ao Judcmentbv I the followIng
feiao will he entered atalnet yoi ('hatlaoewu. Tceunenoee default mill be taken aaalnatu ", I Rambler. 183 used mell, >4 r door.blcl.t'

'I5'r1,5CflV\! 0l.Y IN WITNESS HHKRKOF: I YOU ANN HKKKUV.iiuTIFIKBtkat > for the relief demanded In lion weenn", Claaalo II>od.l. serial II.
C\
I Not!,'* I. hereby liven our.u.nt Ileee. "official nov at"Tll "a.vllle .I a ault'fur .dl.....* and eu.Indv .- asi'l. Complaint number C77M2I. will be .t
affined mv neal.. haa been flted aralnit This Sulk .b.lI. b* nubllahodic I lIubli. elTt
youth I I. sate
\J lo at IM
a Final l>e II .vo.d County. Florl la. each
week for four
above-entitled caua. ..d tb ooneeo.Ive SlIb day of
dated Ueoambe Z3nd IIHJ4 intl Dcemb.r. 11I M.
Ibis IVh dav nf December 1904Cl : '.. "..k. In the Tltun\llle OtarAdoocat. .t
youera to 3M rorraet
Nero "0lanewer
'reuolre4 8t. .
'' entered In Chancery Case No. 'RTIS R C. *.. Florid
BARNES .
or other untie .lefenaeupon Tltuavllle Florida. The proceed
'h.
JflHH of .
of the
lhe circuit Court .ls
of
BiW. lb. will b.
Clerk of be Done
I Circuit Court Crofton Brewer A Hollan, and Ordered la Tltuevllle. applied flret to

Th* world .. se b....I tor NINTH RRCVARO JuillUal' County Circuit. In Horlliwherein soul. Brev.rd V County. Florida, leo Palm Avenue. Tltuivllle. Bro.VI.d : Brevard County. .Florid. ibIs 30 the coat of rotaklnc the", payment etorlne end of
By 8 SpanelarDeputy day ef Noiember IM4
ONE CALL DOES IT! MIAMI BKACH Fr:IRKAL ). County Florida on or hiforo .... of .Id motor .blol. and the
framed Clerk Court Heal
the .
by word of CMHrb. 0 RAVLNOa AND LOAN (fOt'RT SKAI) the llth day of Januar 0 Curtis R Barnes Clerk coat of publlcatloa of '101\\.. ot
inns, and before Immediate sale ..d
or lb.o
( 11:3). AfcNOCIATION la Plaintiff sodLAIR Dee ID, 33. 30 1IX1C Jan ( lWed.1 I thereafter lo file with the Clejk nf Circuit Court, of the balaao.I. lie ...Iot..tloll
due
Th. lubiUnc of God It alwayt 1. I '. PIERCE B PIERCE! his wife and. MAI.INDAI soul MR mi I of the. above itvled Court! tha or.Iclnal by Bertl HallDeputy Clerk ..0.1..ctI h luclll. under A 11:".I the...

; SOUTHERN LOAN CO. I.PIINARD: f>. PITZRK aol ", i of said answer or saltS wIll(< 123: Lemon 11\.. Tllu.rtne, Florid.
UTIt'1e .
I at hand Our worldi tro MHN LKOKARD D PITZRICK. Sealed hide will P00 be $3500 received by ten If defcneea. It any Dea t. 0. 1*. J3 'W.d.' W4 eorerlaa- the fln.aclnc of sold

I framed by our word of Cod, hla wife are Drf.ndanta. I will i I the Board of County Commlaalon' Pro t"O"'fto..1110 an, a Decree motor v.hlcl.. Any .urplu. wIll
34* S. Wtihlnglon Ava mill to th. hlfheit and beat hi,Ider be enteredaialnat IN THE I to ,. tnt will _
b our prtvcr of faith by for era UD until t:41 clock' A. M you for tb* relief d.naad- CIRCUIT COURT OF I m.l".bl. ?!. n. !....._ ...
Faun al the .
I Loam up I* 100.00Tltwivlll froai door of the January 7. IWo In the Commleeloner Ml 1 In the ComplaintVMTNKHH THB NINTH JUDICIAL CIR. .Inlll' 10..1. -
affirmation of HI DRKVARD County Courthnuae '" Under sold ,,;;:
I florid. Phenol 2t7.43)1 our divio In e Room et the Court my hand and official CUT IN AND FOR BRETARD
*. TITl'MVILLB, HREVARD Counlvrlorlila Hiuae, In Tlluaillle. Fla for. COUNTY. FLORIDA trotS.Fo'd
l e.l of. office at Tlluivllle, II .
idrrbip. I. __ ._ : !
( al II o clock AM" on the Aerial Photrapha llrecarelperlflcalions' CHANCERY NO. JIll:!\ Motor Credit Cemp.n*
_._.- -- I llth day of January, IWU, th. till.| County Ot r'D.:;.ember' "A'b'ITIC'K Tit tPflC; 1101 Forreet Street
--- --- -- lowlna; dearrlhed prntierty aa eel $ may be obtained (''' "TI..* H; RAKNC: MILLARD M. HEBSLER!: 'Cocoa. II'Iorid.8CIi .
forth In .aid( Final Decree. to-wlt Jt the Conimla.loner. Offlgo. Clerk of the Circuit Court: Plaintiff l) 23. 25 Wod.m' .814-
I,nt :M Block O DelelwlnCourta Court Houee, Tltuevllle. ,.1.. By V. ... sle000irrDrouty ....
C Replak accordlni lo The Board cc nrrors lha rich", la Clerk CAROLYN HEOPl.EIt
lb. Plat thereof recorded In .J'.I .n. ..d all b..... ,COURT CKAI.I .D".I.
it j{ r'let Bonk 13. Pace S nf the All hils 10 b. marked "A.rlal Deo t. H :Ja. 3U I Wed 1XJ4 TO: CAROLYN HE 8UERo : < YNI IITHfIJ' rJRCnT COURT or
Public Recorla of Brevard Pholeir.uhe" /0 Uln... D. Cram NINTH JUDICIAl. CIR'I'll' -
Christmas County. Florida December 21 ltd I4THE!' CIRCUIT COl'RT OF Chief Probation (3ff lee? ( IN AND FOR BREVARD:
Merry S urtlo R narni-a JOB H HICKHAM THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR Third Dl.trlct Court COCN'TY. FLORIDA.
<'I.KltK: OF THW CIRCIITCOl CHAIRMAN CUT. IX ANt FOR THE New Bedford, VUM, hMetti IN CHANCERY NO. 9M2IoOTIC
'RT MIAIU) OF COl NTTCOMMIUfflONICRII COUNTY 0. IIIIEYARI'WTATEOF Tou CAROLVN HKHHLrB,' are .. \ 01' I's"":". "\ .t.
By Mary Joe l'n", erIwpillv I : l ( .I.ORIIA kerebnotified that a Bin ofI SLIT
I C lerk RRKVAIIO (''''NTT FLA IN HANCbHT NO. b07" omolalni' for divorce hat been *. KI_IAK IIORTOAGN
Deo 33 'IWedl IM4 Dee U In tWed IM4 NATIONAL LIFE INXl'RANCH filed acalnet you tn th* Clreult CORPORATION Or FLORIDA
? AND A ( COM PA NT. a Vermont corporation Court I. ..d for Rrevard County. a Florida Cnrporatlo.
5 11 Florida. and you are required to Plaintiff
LUa.I'.Y" -H IC W1T\11\ .." ; \I
.LUtU't. YO. : I'ldDItl". errsrOpvo 1 your" ,*.nf 'or erpieadlnc
: 10 ealcUComaliiitit 'ii theplulnllfft CHARlES, 1(. 'l.'flTn nod
AMES: L CAVPRKII and I>OR.OTHK OrHlKUK V I'HIJtLIYAN: F. Cl' TIS. hi.
1 1.1. P CAMP!:. .L. ala. "I lrcnefendaula.. KRLIT III Mr. re.ler.1 Bulldrnc I "vlfe,
Happy New Year ,, P. O Ro. t>9. Coo... Beach I '
\Ml TIC K 'U' Rlir tlorlda. and tile Ik* nrlaln.l Anawer TO.SHIRLICTAN, : F niaft":
TATE UF FLOrllDA TO or pleadlna In lbs urrie. ., SOS Lakevllte Road
Janiea L. Campbell and the Clerk nf th. Clnult Court *nor L.b.n m.. Michigan",
I Dorothy P. Campbell bla nit befor. the 41 h .day of January. TOlJ
Reelflence Lakoow: Olin If you fall to d. 10. a des ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
and alt '11"I.a cUllulnr lalereatth ...... ore oonfeaao will ke takenacalnat that a suit to forecloe a Mori.
b., t..ou.. aadrs o. agalool you for the relief demanded rune baa been filed acalnat y OO I.
i To You And Yours nell Jim.. I.. Campbell and In the Complaint t.. above Court by Ibe a b..,.
Dorolhv P. lampbell" Soil wife. This nolle eball .b* aubllehednc named Plaintiff The property
ami all parllea .avln* er clalmlnclo ", each week for tour oniee- low1" '* be '<>..., _l1 J. so tol-'
Vu 0005s(1r,.hl. line er Inter..! all v.wrr Son In the TlMietlUe BurAdMHale I lori: .
: I In She real property wilt Improve Tit""''''''. Florida IwenUr-lwo 2:1. Block
fl1I I 'L---- I menla thereon herein den.rlbedOU DONE AND ORPRIIe: at Tt. JP". Section *, BOVIF OAR'IEN0.
\ AND EACH or YOU I lu.Mlle Florida, thla II oav ef a* recarded m Plat
THE FOLLOWING LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Fl I i. I hereby I.k. follow that a eull Knvemker. IM4ICIrcult.CeniM Rook 13 Pace 34 of Ih. Pukerd -
9l'o ', ba* bee.. filed 1 e.am.1 yuu, la Ibe ,ScStll'l lCuetlo Ie R.., *f Bnvard Coly.
) ffl f't 1-1 17) boos atyled. Court Th* ..tu.a of R. Barnea.: ClerhCircuit Pleeldo.
FIRMS WILL BE CLOSED DEC. 25th & 26th AND JAN. I. Il the loll I. lo fo.l_ thai rer- Court .BrevardCounty YOU ARC RR4I'1KEI> |. fll.
lain mortcace dated July n. ln\ Florida yur Auwer wIll the Clerk ef the
I and filed of public record la (if. By Bertie Hell Court aol I* servo a espy noon
fltl' Record. Book 406 paIn 134. fkeouty Clark Ik* Plaintiff Aitorocy. IRVING
1st & 2nd, SO THAT OUR EMPLOYEES MAY ENJOY 1 PebU Record. of Brayard Oeorn T K.llr IllAlt.raep NATHANdON P O Box a*. Co.ca .

County, Florida. eacumberlnc' the for PlalatlffP Florida, not later ,baa Jaa.ary .
hrlnaflr deerlbod real, property O. Bo let S*. I***. If you fall t* ... u.
THE HOLIDAY SEASON WITH THEIR FAMILIES. 1i ,, Tk. .am. .f lite Coart hi Care* Heaoe, Florid 5 decree pro ....f_. will ke an-
w kick eald soils la peadlnc I Ie the De: *. X a H. :a 4 W'IdI...,... end ecalnat veu for tb* relief'
Circuit Unset of Ik* Ninth J adMai emended In the Complaint
CIrcuIt I Is end for lie'oa.ty WITNESS: my band end the
i of Brevard State ef Florida SlOThSO8eIStaS' .r J".tt"N., sell ef said Ceuri at BRFVARI

9U I !. Cbaeranr No. JUST sad Ik* VK'TITiOIO waur Cevnly OhIo 2054 day ., Decem.ker .
akknvlatad IIU of lie .... hit la compltax with Hove* Bill I 1....
ACE CLEANERSDAY'S Matloul Life laauraao ("_. ... IlTe. Chapter If...._ 0004..
: The HERMES 3000 I N.,. a Vrma4 eorp.1'.tlosIumnolfI. La.. et Ftorlda Act tt IHI. tk. CoOls K. Itarne.
P **. Jama* L. Campbell Mdanioed will r80r with the Clerk ef Circuit Court
and Dorothy P. CaapMI. Mewlf Clerk of Ih* Circuit Cealf hi Br*. Bjt; T". 8 SpinctwDeputy
Th ", *.. *>B*>nilv. portable l In rh* warld kcut *. Defeodaatai Cord County. Florida. ..*. recelpl ChickeCOIBT

U CLEANERS S I.'. Ih bail prtkl In Oho world.Ifl Tk. deerrleiloej of Ik. rlproperty .* nraoT of eakltoaUM efIhl SEAL)


lvelv4, la ald sail aaddeeerlhoe aoUee the rollewin fletltlov I>e*. :II, 30 IM4. I... 8 13 Wed>
'' not herd H Nil Jwtl itt ,It touch 0 It try toI. ; I. I". Coeaplalal. I* ae **m*. 1..ItJt'ertll. lr.Tard
II Aut ll.In..ce nader wtleb I
: jam It It'i built illd and) pr.cl.. .. only Swlttcrifttmtn follow.Lt It 1. Blurb H PHRRWOOn aaa .*.***.. la a ate Mrnce *tDcMtimHMr

HARRINGTON CLEANERS t tan buIld II. T.... a \lk .. rh* Htrurti PARK SIMTIUN: 11. aeNnlI"C Florid. and thai tkeunderetceeel

", .,. ttian In *.,." ..", .rtl( machine*. NoHt Woo '" I* Woo thereof rrorcl4. IaFlit to ,... ehr pereen
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iBterened < eald baalneao.Deled .
Seek 14. Pace IL PvMI
"Flylni RH MarI"s" that th*. you wboor* rh* rnar Re ..rd. ef Brever4 CeoIT el Tnrfllo, P1.444.. this

)S flm air*. Florid II day ef rwmntar. A.D. 1*.1.
MASTER CLEANERS Sf 1 TOU AND EACH OF Tot are lea PoUeekPee. .
:
S*. Woo Hrmi JOOO .xclIPllury! at Crt Stvarft required I* file yow ...... I* H 00. 3*. U44 I.... 3 (.*\> My Nilfhhr

and yav'll knew why It. Ih* weoldO bent portable la Ih.* .Ceotol.lai..... .,.104 wIll(..tk..**7lork*d eerv at' INK

MIMS CLEANERS RI typewriter barf..,,. a copy .Ir....., *pj Pt ..,rr..tt. IfOYU'. YSDIR POCIITIOCSMiwn
I ....,. Stewart U Ayen wk*eaadreaa tAW
la P_ Office Mot *t F *. aaTee
Ba. O.llle. FlorIda eat later NOTICE II KERKBT GIVEN
50 b ins Ik* lOll day .f Jaauarr A.O.liea. tkat Heyl C. Morpky Jo. rear.
SPIC 'N SPAN LAUNDRY S 129 aa reeulred kv law. ala. a, toy ... Helen Ceeeuat. deaarlnc
dune Ova ...h_ will be 1&... .* ....... ,. boalae*. oRder the
PInS nn rrt .4 .c.lnt eon sad eerk .f cow tkth_. aim ef 1111 II PII'Y.
f IN: yitTNES: WMERBOP I FE.a'lLteYtCA. .. KJTTATK. at
Pat |uit $\IUt "wn \M a ", ....1"W kav bee.... w< mr haa4 Sal I "*"T Kaat MerrHl<< Island Canevav.
o rfl>ed Ibe official ...) ef I.'", Menin<< ..Ia'", Florid. 'al>a>* t*
I; Court at TnaerHI. _..rotr. reflalar said nM wOOS th* ...,,,. F_.. .Solo | tk day *f, ik. Omit Cevrt of Brwerd
., Docoatker A IX 1.t4.Curtl ('....". FVenda. TIle toot_ efaald
i stuart M, lames earttao .. .
sold .
george >ea<_ hi a*
Your Faithful Patronage Has Clark of 5.. Clremlt Clan follow..
.,; T a upaacle MOTT c. MTTRPHTSt
Photos' Tltwevlll M74IS Do..,.,
Made Our Christmas Brighter lost llb n* M OrlanJe. Fla.Opon OP THB C1BXVTT HKLC.N CO.NPTAlrT17l
t' COIRT[ ) >.' Hart C, Hanky<<. .
M f until Chrl....... S lnwart ... Av.roAlt.rnsc lion c. Mtmr ii
fee PlaintIff *' Jo FearalevJOC 1 a g .s'd eak
i iw Peel f)ffl" law .. : FEARNLcr
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I A Little Home work Reading Classifieds Bring Top Grade Results IH





THE COUNTY JUDOS' Business
T14-1VA)
COURT IN AND FOR BREVARD NOTICE: or ALB DEADLINE' I .... Day Before
CUUNTT FLORIDA Nolle I* berebrfive' tk.t pur I Publication for Wed AnnouncementsWE
NOTICK: IK I KKDITOISIt uant to tba final' decree of fore* Frl. n A.II. Bat For *oa.
KB' EftTATE OF clo.ur. and .. entered In tb. Publication
COrtRIE KTfcKR ..u.. ....dl.. In tb. Clean Court WANT AD RATESa CAN answer your 'dirty

All creditor of tb. ..... ot hi Ida.and***.for docket Brovard. number County SWUM Flor, tb.under.lgaed I Minimum cent C.per...word.. aoe floor floor, problem wall. etc.I We In stores clean,
COR RIB KYZER doud. are Clerk will tell th. DllirrlS 'ECi llfGifts
ALL CLAMIFIED ADD offices, homes weekly
hereby notified and required t* property .lluated I* said County : dally
tile *.* "1.1,,,. or demand whlcb d *crlbd u PATABLK IN ADVANCE monthly. Janitorlal
they "'.1' b... ...ID.I Mid ...tot.In Lot a. Work KING :mot Cot..I1.... A_....* Service i.i ;.
lb. office of lb. Count JuilMef GRANT, UNIT ONE. accordIn Clammed Pbplay Rat
Brevnrd County, Florida, I* to tk* plat thereof a. re Arallabl *. ItoetMMTk I XEROX t4 COPIER
tk* Court HOUM *t Tltu.Tllle, eordodn Mat Book IS. fax aiar-Adrooate reproduces
reeerve
*
Florid. within ell calendar 34. Public Record ef ...."Dr. tb. priTllw. of ",,1.1.. or to- anything photo-exact
month from tb* dat of lbs fIMpubitcatton County. Florida: I *t t ...... /..." i and legally acceptable. Complete
ot this .0Uce. E.eb Toa-etkr wltk all itruotur and which"
dsema .lIj..llo..I.
Secretarial Service.
claim or d.m.nd muM .be In writ I
Ian ..* Biuet elate the ..I.... of Improvement said land sew aid and tb* reou fcereafteroa I.u .. I and to chant Ik. aUiatflcatlon Notary Public. Monlque Secretarial For
reddens and not toff lea nddree ... **d profit of the. akov of any advorlUMmoat from. thatordered Service, 233 So. Everyone
of tk* claimant and mail b. deecrlbed properly (provided bow. t* oonfora t* tb pel.
worn I* bY tao 01.1....., hi.tent. ...', that tk. Mortf.ror ....11 be Icy of. tbli paper.Tb Washington 267-6S44.
*r kl* attorney *rl will .ntltled ta collect end petals abe atar-Advocat* will not
become old according U law said default r.etn "IMU"_**"lIda.I, and profit aid until all ..bo.*r.ponlbl Incorrect Ineortlop.for mar nor thin willIt BusinessOpportunities KIDDIES MOM DAD TEENS FRIENDS

LUTHER TAYLOR fl.t..... now or bereafter attack .b. liable for aT serer laadvertteement
Executor .of.. tile B.Ut ot ed to or ....is I* connection will to a ereeter *i- FROM ELECTRIC TRAINS TO TURTLES!
Cords It, DcMdDec. tbs premlM bsn4s.crlbed and tuna this tbs coot ef tk* *.pao..coupled *
1$. U $. 1.... Jan. (Wed) In addition thereto tb. following by the Item U lbs TEXACO -- --- -
1.... .d",.rtl..t. TRESSIE DOLL
described bouiebold ,
ar*. end .hall b appliancewhich deemed All Dprua..Ui ESTABLISHED BUSINESS. LOWREY HOLIDAY organ Gifts For The Reg $:I $4 Give Mom a Treat for
to b*. fixture and a part of the UOO Ropklai A.,.. Corner South & Washingtoo.For like new condition cost NOW sun tb. Holiday
realty and are a portion of th. Dial M7-4TU particular see owner. $1100. sacrifice for 1493. CaU Boating FamilyWe BELK LINDSEY'SToy Mike It Dinner At
IBM ocurlty for lbs iDd.bUd- Offlo Hour a 00 to I SO 267-UT4 after I p,m. for COLONIAL LOUNGE
.. ap
k.rel n .lItlo..1T.pp. Mallln Address, Drawer ASpecial DepartmentFAST
MACHINE .. Built I* Oa H.nro TIIU.TUI Flo. Camping Hunting pointment. carry every possible ieceiaory 33 Palm Avenue
Oven. Model No. OUB14. for a safer and more FILM developing 24 haullervlce. ( TituevlUe. Florida.
& Portal No. CTO64Lui.lr FLORIDA CAMPER sale and ORANGES. FINEST Navels SPECIAL for Decent
La"b Itllcoll.1I enjoyaol* time afloat.
HOOd .d rat .
Parson Browns pink gripe- PIANOS ORGANS
Model No. 1aOO. rentals, winter rates. 2471 How About On her Kodicbrome Ekt chromi .

COMPUTER duct.. *Nodal Ca N*Furnao. OaTSAJ.at .with Notice Old Dixie Highway 267-lUt fruit. South Lake. M7-390. of These Su$|.iUona: 133 20 slides and Koda, GUITARS ACCORDIONS UKULELES

ProgrammingClasses public ..... t* tb* hlikt and IF YOU art Interested in lots GOOD HOME wanted for 3 Spot Light. ... $17.83 chrome $ mm movie-We on BAND INSTRUMENTS
.boat bidder for cub at 11 .clock. Child Care female puppies I weeks old. roll. Jean'i Jewelry Big Aa' .
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Spdome.tMri IJ193Compaa INSTRUCTION all
.. acres, houses, and apart. C
Are Now Forming A M. tk IStk day of January I 8W Delano Road Indian River pie Plaia.TRESS1S .
.. menu, call the Edwards Instruments
BothFLODlRandI Evenlof ItSS at tbs Front Door of tb II. $10.91
For CHILD CARE by hour day or City.INFANTS.
yard Ccunty Ceurtheuee I. TI Realty Branch office Mr. HAIR GLAMOURKIT KIRK SCHOOL OF YUIIICme
Heights.
week. Indian River Cigarette Llghttrilor
lorlda.CERTIs
tu.vlll.
W. Tropic 247-UU
Frintils. 1240 South Hop
TECHNICALCOLLEGE th* Circuit t. BARNEI Court Clerkof king 1 247-$612. MagnoliaPlata. 267.6766.RELIABLE. 3 PIECE SWEATERSET you boat ..a $5.95 R*(. $1 M Now $1 44

BTt Mary. Jo* Valor : WOMAN WILL do Water Skis from 11.00 BELK LINDSEY'STo WESTERN HORSEMANSHIP
14
Clerk RrJ. 99 10 Weeka Churns in
COURT SEALISEARDALL. 't' Telepbone . babyalttiog la my home. Now $344 Air Horn from $191 > Department Fundamental Inttmtioa

En Been Granted An Extra LEWIS GRIDLKT: AND Day 267.610$ References. 267.(:$$. I BELK UNDiEY'S Life Pr...".ri from $395 Mea'a long sleeve sport shirt I For Beglnneri.

i $150,000 Attorney for Flalntlff Night 267.1395ALCOHOLICS Children Department THIS IS JUST A SAMPLE Broadcloth and flannelS Next elm Starta February tat
.0 North Court Bret For RentFOR P. O. Box 421. TltuavUJa
ANONYMOUS MANY MORE M. L XL
In Tuition Funds from School Pat Office Box KM: Boy't abort sleeve Sport Shirts TO
Services in Washington D. C. Orlando, Florida If you want to drink that's your RENT Sire $.20 CHOOSE FROM t for $3 oo
to help deserving students Dan U (Wed) 1K4. business. If you want to atop Floor Sanders Polisher I for $:I oo BELK LINDSEY'SMen'a NEED EXTRA CASH
drinking, that's our builnew. BELK Rogers Outboard Dept.
attend college for specialized Pbone AM 7-S2JJ LINDSEY'S
NOTICE FOB .5De Paint Outlet BOYS DEPT. 1103 Garden St. FOR CHRISTMAS?
,..1.4 blda will b* mound! bytb Factory KT-4414 A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION OF
traiDl.aC.MEN Board ef County Commlulen.or AnimalsSMALL Baldwin Shopping Center KENMORE SEWING THE STAR-ADVOCATE!: Will Used
Machine
RCA PRODUCTS Buy
up .UI 146 *>lock A. M.
I......, I. IMS In the Commli- APARTMENTS FOR HINT cabinet %II'Z" buttonhole. Strreoa .8 4 W TV round would nuke a artr would\ eer ha
WOMENARE ilon.r. Room, et tb. CourtRoun. CHIHUAHUA white, er. all atUcbmenti. $40. 287no. Color TV gift Paper Back
In THu.Tlll. for enjoyed and appreciated
.Florida. male 27-2320: after $ .m. ALL ELECTRIC centrally In etc.
ConeUuctl of tk I N5 Ad p by the boy and girl away to POCKET READERSthe
NEEDED NOW dltlon **d R-aeT.tlem to the cited adults only phone 2678711. HOME FURNITURE CO.
school' In aervlce. Former
Brev.nl ourtll'U'-. POCKET SIZE white MERRY CHRISTMASfrom or
JOBS PAYINGUP County I. toy OF MIMS M7-JSM BOOK NOOK
Tltuivlll. Florida.Thu poodle puppy, T weeka. 287- mldenta would appselate at
TO project. coe.l.U of th. eon.etruotlo. 2722. F LORI DAN APARTMENTSclose GERI'S POODLE SHOPPE GIRL'S SOIWINN Catalina M- a subscription too. T> 214 Julia St.
of a new two Nary hive one started lust call
$200.00With rir.-re.nunt bvlldlnt adjacent I. la, efficiencies weekly rai$ S. Hopkins Ave. bike food condition loaded the .
Stir-Advoratei Clrculatlnn
tk. .il.tlnc Curtkowe. The Bid- PUPPIES FOR Christmas, monthly rates air condition :267! -S871 with extras 1-30M. TitusvilleFor
potential Income Clap Documcnl will ... .".11..1.. healthy 1 males 1 female. ed. 417 Julia Street Department MT 4111.
In The Field of .t DO ob..a, .t tll. otfloo 01 III. Small short.haired caa be I
IBM COMPUTERS Architect Hlrthbere, Tknmpaon registered 267.251.Building APARTMENT FURNISHED
AMOolale. Sub Waiklnne. I
DATA PROCESSING Avenue. Tltu.vtlle. Fla, aid ala two room private bath. car-
PROGRAMMINGIn at tb.. Cleric office. Courthouse, porte $10 per month Including
Tltu.vllta. Fla. & Const.NIDY utilities Lady preferred. --
Excess of Bid Meurlty In lbs amount *f Runt
1S2S Hibiscus Street. Call
tin (.,., per c.nl .f the Bid must HOUSII FOR IIINT For Rant
$12,000.00CALL For Rent
be *ubmltt* Tk. .uaoaiiful .I or.r b* CONSTRUCTION real. -r- iji.n.i,
OR WRITEFor I room apartment DU'LiX FOR u
equlred te and for
latlifaotery furnish Performa pay sad dentists, commercial and remodeling Mlms. All utilities furnished FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED,:
Information and Catalogue: Labor MaterUI. P.,..."" 12 year In Titusville. *4116.. INDIAN CITY clem I large living' room, kitchen J BEDROOM oel FOR PINT
Bond Licensed and bonded nicely furnished 1 roomapartment. large carport suitable I or i electric stove carport uillIty >
LOCATION LOCATIONLOCATION
FLORIDATECHNICAL Th Board reserve lbs right t room, til* bath |M.
Pheoe AM 7-2326. FURNISHED APARTMENT for Adult 261 S244. mea only Wo plua utilities
reject and all bid.
any Children welcome. :MT-4MT
All bid marked. "Bid for couple or 1 working men. Large 10t ::1nfro"'IU' OFFICE .,ac.. corner ef US
!, IMS lttl- R.novalloa.Courthouse. (02 Tropic. FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM. ed flat AP, after I p m. .
No. 1 at Harriott adiarent t
Tltuavliln"Dso.mh.P electric kitchen tile bath
COLLEGE till plus utlUtlea./ Both avail
21. IM4 The Titusville Star- MODERN 1 ROOM completelyfurtished. : ) adults only, $110, phone M7. able Jan. 1., Ben Caballa, Read Star-Advncau Arrow Realty. Call 247-1017.
JOB H. WICKMAM.CHAIRMAN.
7404 N. Atlantic Ave. IllS month Includes 074 or 267-teU M7-1MS. Classified Ada
Canaveral Florida BOARD OF COUNTY Advocate 1st all utilities. CaU 26731S7. Continued. AH Bait itafet.
Cape COMMinlQrtKRIBREVARD in circulation ----- re -'

COUNTT tOR RINT
783-5575 FLORIDA. DUPLex
in North
DM. M. (0 |W4) 1.... -
-i---- 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX. New
Brevard. January. 11M. furnished air-

"B.i : : Q conditioned; Mima art*. Call ref N:
: : liS Men And Women M7.0''1 after S pm. : .. \
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:M: ; : t :) Notth U.S. too "'"

II t Neededto .., 'i
Phone
1' .
G !! 267.5563
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6 i.. :. : aDd train managers ti assistant In convenient manager PLEASE NOTE : -
ft
...1 : J"'J'a type market Good salary, JESS W. CHIlDRE al .
; : : hospital insurance paid va I
.t,8 : I cation. CiceUeat opportunity itAlTeiv
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for advancement with ex.pindinf ,
chata. Apply L'UCentral ADVANCED DEADLINES '
.. II :
Q ] Stores Inc. 131 Park
== M J Fla.
St., TttuavUI I'
1!a:].: z"a lK)j FORCLASSIFIED .

-- -- December 23, 1964


HELP WANTED ADVERTISING

IM EFFECT THIS HOLIDAY SEASON .
Dear Home ,

RESTAURANT Buyer .


Monday, December 28th Paper

& LOUNGE DEADLINE: 1 P.M.Thurs., Dec.24 The beautifully/


WAITRESSES: Friday, January 1st Paper I ACRES Is completed home communIty of WHITE

Noon Wed. Dec. 30 I now closIng
DEADLINE
: II out with
[.,.rlenc4 fee high tins ..,.tllIt, I only THREE

tH ,,y, ,.,.", ......., j Monday, January 4th Paper I BUILT homes remaining lovely CHILDRE


TWO BARTENDERS: j DEADLINE: 1 P.M., Thur, Dec. 31


iperrtexee'' ,In Mfk .1... .......... INVEST
WISELy
don't
CONTACT MR. CHARLES ZELENXO I gamble YOUR

I hors, neighborhood savIngs on neIgh.
OAkwO6b
or

IMPERIALTOWERS SEE TODAY j MONEY BACK builder. Ask about OUr QUALITY

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LOUNGETITUSVILLE Mobile Home Subdivision : GUARANTEE On Our locally Financed home



1IMIH Featuring: : Drive west on Garden St
I to the

sign. "HOMES BY CHI LORE"

----- LARGE 7S' s 110' LAJ\OI POOL


LOTS WITH a SHITTTLEBOARD I II :" .....
ROYAL COLONIALGARDEN -
CENTRAL WATER 1IORSES1f01S: ,lie. '
APARTMENTS -.
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"Welcome to Gracious tiring"

I Sincerely'
These Luxury one bedroom apartments el ifeeVMu ese $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY
sal elefaBce" with tBdlTtdttaDy eeetrefd air c edittoniBf > I I;
and beatine D< automatic dcfrostlBf refrlieratori TV aad TO REACH OAKWOOD: From TituiviU go northon

telephone outMa sound ,roof off street parking U. S.1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S. 1 for

otber spacious landscaped prrrate grounds aid assay one more milt to our tntrtact on richt for be*' .

features. Information Call 26T&M. '
NOW AVAILAtLI

I DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAYI Jess W. Child


W. J. SMITH. Realtor rUo.\E aT.I1J ''I I AGENTS ON PROPERTY TIL DARK I


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.VJcauli/ / $15,000 TO $19,000

ST.,.| Lane LOTS FOR SALE ta fAA CUM.Mm : .
A Community Of Fine Homes I In TitusvilleOol to tut* Ho... restricted to 11)1.\. ft. nUlatua.


F H j A LOW PAYMENT DOWN / 2 W1H West of U. 5.1 On Ctrdtn Street COWART & CARTER



THREE & FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY| ROOM() TWO TilE BATHS 1 'Phone 00 G rd 2674223 a St, or TlUnvtll 2672341tcI".tcI'Y






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Tlfuivllle Florida) Star-Arfvoeate Wednesday December 21,1M4 ,




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





( from preceding page For Sale Help Wanted Mobile Homes Real Estate Real Estate Real' Estate Used Cars & Trucks

ACREAGE FOR SALE
For Rent RENT OR LEASE 1963 CORVAIR MONZA aii In

FINANCE COMPANY MALI HELP WANTID DEVELOPERS! 50 acres with HOUSES FOR SALI HOUSES FOR SALE conditioned radio automatic'
OFFICES. POR RENT REPOSSESSION 2 BEDROOM TRAILER with I plenty of road frontage, water transmission 18.000 miles,
Serviceman transferred overseas MAN TO MANAGE Electronics extra large cabana'a:8sMt'hSe:: and sewer available. Sensibly $1790, phone 287-6201 or call
'::1 On U.S. 1, prim location call $1,000 worth of spoil. Parts and Equipment Store. Lenny, Ellis I Lane priced to allow margin/ SPACIOUS NEW home good 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH Old 2678895.
267-8868. ancei for $550 cash or take I Call between 1 p.m. and 3 street, Mims. 1110 monthly. for profit. For details call residential area. Indian Gardendale. Fenced back
over payments of ;$26.72 per p.m. for appointment. 287- Call Daytona Beach. 2552944. Arrow Realty. 267-7037. Titus- River City 3 bedroom. 2 yard $1500: equity for $700. 1963 PLYMOUTH FURY deal
I' ROOMS FOR RENT month 1 Admiral air-condf G 5215. TRAILERS FOR SALE ville. Florida. bath Florida room central 2877017. aa new. Power steering, automatic
ioner 14,000 BTU: I Admiral heat and air, appraised value transmission, good
FURNISHED Gentleman. Kitchen ROOM FOR prlvl.I refrigerator 2 door; 1 Philco I HANDYMAN WANTED Howard STATLER deluxe, 55 X 10 GROVE FOR SALE $16,800. Sale price to buyer TERRIFIC BUY in Whispering double Eagle tires radio,
Johnson Motor Lodge Lakes. 3-bedroom 2 full tile heater. Must see to
with down appre-1
electric Call Mr. Dar good payment
leges. $15 per week 267-4164 den 2677950.range Appliances can I 267-7900. small equity and .take over 73 ACRES 32 acres presentlyIn 13900. Call Mrs. Finn First baths, large/ utility, double elate. Call 267-03,16 after Sp.m.
267.9107.CHRISTMAS
before 6 p.m. be inspected at Knees Gas payments. Grove balance Is good Federal of Titusville, 267-1911. carport newly decorated or anytime Sat & Sun.
METER REPAIRMAN responsible
high land priced at only vanities, built in refrigerator,
IDEAL LOCATION, kitchen Appliances 1243 Magnolia, for repair of water SPECIALGive Brevards 1964 4 WHEEL drive Chevy 14
: $2,000 per acre. 3 BEDROOM HOME large living 81 x 120 ft lot. $500 down $107
privileges and maid service Titusville. meters and changing and replacing your family the best finest location for tree count room foyer, custom per month includes taxes and ton pickup. 4 speed transJ
2675683. water meters Abilityto Christmas ever. : Call mission, 11,000 miles,
and production record. drapes well, pump refrigerator insurance. 450 Abbott Ave. $2390.
ROOMS FOR rent in private fr CARPETS & add and subtract figures. 47' x 12' SKYLINE 2 bed Arrow Realty 287-6938. Tl- large utility room, pat Evenings or weekends. 267-3737 Phone 267-6201 or 2676895.
Mechanical ability also nec room Deluxe Stove, 2 Dr. Refrigerator tusvllle. Florida. Low 267-:
borne $13.50 per week. 26T essary. Must be high school SALE PRICE $3895. io. down payment I WILL accept in trade on any
8690. 100 pet 501 Nylon graduate or trade school. USED TRAILERS HOUSES FOR SALE 1895. Services car boats, radios, TV's,
TV AND MAID service. 527 Up to 30 Sq. Yds. graduate. Apply David A.Covlngton. 1964 YELLOWSTONE 27' X 8', IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. 2 guns, tools furniture or any.
Washington Avenue. Installed with Padding City Hall 525 1 Bedroom. NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 tile baths bedroom, 1 bath fenced thing of value. Browning
Palm Avenue, Tltusvilie 1959 MARLETTE 36' X 8', 2 Br electric range: central heat back yard. 267.7084.BRIARWOOD. VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRSAll Auto Sales. 405 Hopkins 267
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies Only $249.95 Florida. I NASHUA 30' x 8', 1 Br. and air-conditioning, carporte Makes Phone 267.7380 1520.
for rent 801 Orange : SMALL DOWN PAYMENT and utility room $13,400 $900
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St 267-3400. RICH CARPETS TRAFFORD REALTY COMPANY EASY TERMS down and move in. Phone LIQUID GLASS AUTO POLISII Wanted To Buy
offers an excellent Spangler Investments 267- Estate size, grass carpeted A scientific break through
STORE SPACE FOR RENT Indian River Plaza career opportunity for licensed MARTIN MOBILE 1928. tree studded lots, 3, 4 and i in auto polishes. Unlike USED AUTOMOBILES City
Real Estate SalesmenIn HOMES SALES bedroom homes electric kitchens anything you have used. 15
Auto Parts. AM 7-3686.
NEW STORE building for office 287-2939 their new Titusville office.A 1224 N. U. S. 1 RECENT WIDOW has reduced central beat and air, min. to wash clean &
or business. 15x60 ft hard hitting sales program Titusvllle 267-3081 price on this lovely 3-bedroom some ready for occupancy or glass coat your car. appliances GOOD QUALITY stamp col-
Heated and aircondltloned. VENTED GAS heaters 20,000 plus excellent training with a North of Overpast 1V4\ bath with extra choose your lot and plans. No etc. Contains no oil lection. Will pay cash. Call
Phone 267.6160.WAREHOUSE BTU'S $12.50 each. 801 Orange professional Realtor orgamuation large lot from $13,000 to $11.- qualifying, no closing cost, or wax. For info call 267- 287-9153.
RENT Street. 267-3400, offers an unusual 'MOBILE HOME!: OWNERS 500 for quick sale. Arrow conventional loans, convenientto 5848.
FOR future for qualified salesmen. Realty 2677037. but out of sight and noiseof GOOD USED standard key.

WAREHOUSE, suitable for Found Please call Harry D. Neill. super-highway. Parochialand board portable typewriter.
4 LARGE bedrooms forced air. FREE II I !
shop garage or storage: In Cocoa 6363131, for Interview. LIVE RENT all GE equipment. FHA $l6.- public school buses 1 L. P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION 267-0336.
mile north of Titusville, LaGrange
center of town. See H. H. FOUND SMALL reddish $600 down. 267-3364. -
Hudson at Star-Advocate. brown dog, with white mark- PLUMBING INSPECTOR 700 area, off Old Dixie Work WantedWILL
Ings. Call 2873273. must be qualified master WALK TO SCHOOL I
WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER plumber. High School graduate FREE! 4 bedroom 2 bath 2 car ear- Highway.CALL Suburban Propane DO ironing In my home,
construction. Any size up to Help Wanted or have equal combination age. Central heat and air. 267.9300 pick up and delivery if pre
30,000 square feet. lease 287- of experience and train Choice corner lot. No qual: 2019 U. S. I N. 267-6411 ferred, 1039 Alford Street
0564. Industrial or commercial CHILDREN'S CLASSESIn ing. Ability to examine plans $20 down payment and $20 a ifying. Owner transferred. 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath built In Lakeview Hills.

space available. charm drama, clothes, and and apecflcations of plumbing month will buy your own full $1100 down $137 per month stove fenced. $500 down. SETTLES ROOFING. Complete .
installations and make inspections mobile home lot at beautiful Payments about $80. Take Remodeling
modeling Suite acre
photographic
For Sale 161, Imeprlal/ Towers 287- of new and existing I Lake Louise Estates. Become payi all.READY SOON terms or trade on equity 160 e I.nfoonln: Street. NO QUALIFYINGLarge

7771. Covington: your own landlord. Many 3 or 4 bedroom, central heat Lakeview Ave., South Lake, Phone 2673455. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath
key door, NE6-
FURNITURE DISCOUNTSALES. families now reside here. Don't and air.. $750 down. $118 next owner Home. Garage, Screened
FEMALE HELP WANTED ant 523 Palm Avenue Titus 9307. Cocoa.
Mattresses offered at before for yourself. month all.
buy you see pays Patio, Central Heat Air
warehouse price See u, today BEAUTICIAN SENIOR full or vllle, Florida. LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon Hunter Park Homes MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2. Used Cars & Trucks Cond. In Whispering Lakes.

2111 Garden St. Nldy I part time. 267-1670. I FIREMEN Route 50 Bithlo, Fla., 267.5221 Anytime.LUXURY 3. or 4 bedroom homes, brandnew R.C.

Shopping Center. 267-5733 or. Career positions open In Titus 15 miles east of Orlando HOMESIn In area of much higher/ 56 PONTIAC 4 door. Star Chief, DISCOUNTED TO SELL
267-1926. WAITRESS. EXPERIENCED vllle Fire Department for Phone Orlando 568-2761 priced homes. Small down good condition. $300. 2677743.
apply l In Rivervlew alert high school OR CHRISTMAS PARK and FABULOUS BARGAINSNEW
MACHINE repair, all person graduates beautiful Whispering Hills, payment only $85 monthly
SEWING 2679208. Restaurant. 21 -31 years old in excellent Route No. 50, Christmas, Florida located conveniently at the total payment. VA no down
makes. Phone condition Starting Phone: 5682011 north end of Greenwood St. payment. BRENTWOOD ESTATES NEW MODEL -
wary 4 or 4 Bedrm., 2 Bath Homes
COMPANION FOR middle.
----- - -----
PIANOS-ORGANS $J98 per month. Apply just off State road 405. west on Garden St., NEW BUILDER
the aged lady. Convalescent For office 513 Palm Ave. 2 BEDROOM 50 X 10. 63 Trot- 4th MOVE IN NOW
Christmas with paneled
Make this a 3 Bedrooms
days only I 267-2933. wood. $300 equity $69,09
whole family will rememberfor LABORER for street department monthly 267.2169 after 5.30: bedroom which can be used asa PORT ST. JOHNS TERMS TO SUIT ,
years to come. New WHITE ELDERLY woman to water department distribution p.m. den or for business. Fire BUILDERS FHAVACONVENTIONALCALL
Spinet pianos start at $309 live In and tare for child for and sewer treatment place, wall to wall carpets bedroom 2 bath, Florida
Select your own payment working mother 287.3181 or division. Apply DavidA. Florida room, Fully equip. room, double ctrporte, control ,
plan. days only. 2672933. Covington City Hall 525 Moving & StorageLOCAL ed kitchen with dishwasher WANTED heat, sodded front lawn, CONFORTI REALTY
Guitars ukulele band Instru Palm Avenue Titusvillc, disposal built In range & and many other o.t,... 267.1251
ments. ATTRACTIVE, NEAT nighttime Florida. oven, kitchen nook and din Turn off U.S. 1 onto Ftyt 267-4826
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC waitress wanted. ApplyIn AND LONG distance ning room, central air & oil "FOREST HILLSESTATES" Boulevard go two blocks,
2128 W. Tropic 267-6385 person to Jerry Fields, SEWAGE PLANT OPERATOR : movers. Moving storage/ heat. Insulated ceilings and turn right, men turn loft on
Colonial Lounge 11 am to 2 I. Makes routine Inspectionof packing shipping, cold fur walls, Inclosed 2 car garage Hlblicus. Open, all day :
USED BABY Line baby bedcomplete andextra pm. sewer plants. Ability to run storage crating. Free esti and utility. JUST A FEW LOIS Brand New, FHA Finance TO ENJOY
with mattress simple chemical analysis. mates. 267.3341. Brevard hoose from brick veneer stucco LEFT! .
bedding take all for HOUSEKEEPER AND baby. Knowledge of packing pumps Rldgeway Mayflower. COLEMANCONSTRUCTION HAPPYHOLIDAYS
/ or -caat stone construct1011 -
$8. 1039 Alford Street, Lake. sitter S days. S-ll p.m., must and replacing seals and bear pre CHAS. JANNARONXTitusvllle
view Hills have own transportation 267- In II. Must have high school Shopping Center CO.
suitable 4336. education and mechanical Real Estat.WATERFRONT'l20 PRICED FROM AM 7-3441 267-2039 :
OLD NEWSPAPERS,
.
aptitude Cov-
in packing and moving furniture RELIABLE WOMAN with PPlkRIsA. $21,900Call
transportation to keep house Ington, Palm IN YOUR OWN HOME .
fish, protecting both
wrapping' Avenue Titusvllle, Florida. ft. on Mr Ben M. Tyler
for children ((1 In CALL US TODAY)
floors and furniture when and care I
sides US 1 in Titusvllle. Good fpWN YOOKOWNJPACIpUlHgMt fOftUiS THAN ENtl
267.5494 ,
bundle Soc.Circulation taut 2 school age), 8 days
painting etc. Big ; AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT 2 d e -
dept. at Star- weetc. References, 4 miles Operator II drive sanitation with I cd'ninoaieronm:: for office LIKE TOENTERTAIN
Advocate, rear of building. Of Mlms, 267-1250.; truck. Must have chauffeur building or apartment on I If have rental I I
license. Apply City Han 825 west side. Riparian rights/ you ?
BARGAIN HOUSE WANTEDIMMEDIATELY Palm Avenue with extended bulkhead line housing list it in t EARKLANI* ESTATES I
I of
New and Used Furniture and Plenty room In this spec
east side Call Arrow Realty
appliances. We buy, trade andselh LostPARAKEET I on 627-7037. Titusvllle, Florida The Star-Advocate! lou. custom home In
and I Whispering Hills. 3 huge
Refrigerators $25 Attractive girls for clothes ,
Brokers Invited. NO MONty DOWN a NO eiOilNO COSTS TO
up, guaranteed, 2510 Hopkins and photographic modeling, 600 HIGHLAND -- NEW HOMES VA PUSCHASSM a MINIMUM INA maws bedrooms, 2 lovely baths,
Ave Phone 287.4705. Open Also beauty contest entries Indian River City. 267-3524. eating 'C'co In kitchen
Friday nights until 9. 267-7771. plus area. Double
Reward. DESIGNED Newert inert modern development In
I large screenporch.
garage I
FINANCED
CAN BE LUXURIOUS
the oreol Mod
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. luxury: Ihe pricolMotonry Central heat I Air, t
Mobile Homes 3-4 BEDROOM FOR BETTER brick s o big landscaped
Good Apply In person alt Brand new and waiting for
pay. t
I a.m. till 2 p.m. Sand's: Restaurant. CUSTO9A-DESIGNED :'Ie. Colonial aluminum' you for juit *1,,WO.
LIVING window a bath
RENT OR SALE lii Iii HOMES ON IARGC with full color .
III 1W WOODED LOTS... fixtures a torrauo Been a ipedouscloMta '
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS TRAILER 10 x 45. 2 bedroom I I I SERENRYSUBURBAN e with lowered doors C double ASS M'E'LOAN ,
wanted. Must be 21. Apply In $100 monthly, or $3500 plus J II YET ONLY MINUTES tiding: gloM door overlooking yard O
v'PUSED Larry's Restaurant $1985 for lot. See Calvin My TO NASA CAUSEWAY 3 AND 4 BUS. bulIMn TV jocto o tie window illlt e Payments only $17 permonKt
this I bedroom
person... era 267-4785. SHOPPING CENTER 1,154,2* BATHS utility room o 4Ogallon water heater .n s
...
Features air
.uty. conditioner
o CENTUM HEAT I
concrete driveways
ej I aS s S S S S..S. S S S S N I AND All SCHOOLS e OondMOMI built-in bookcase,
fully landscaped lot with :
CARS CC trees and fenced ,.or. ;
$11,500-$14,050
e I.. TODAYS SPECIAL MM siI.hdr h1.hw CAJ range leouHMUtcneni.lunMnTappan with hood .aheuse. Double brand Five years new. Convenient old but like to 1

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I.wewn.a sinks Formic eoUnetil everything In I.R.C, only

"OK" DEALER 17,750 tote) price. Don't
i 64 FALCON, AT YOUR delay Call today I :


., ., MODELS O'IN FROM $77 MONTHLY VEA"POOL !
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$$1595 .wNe HA
61 FALCON 2 DR. WAGONM N
? e ..ny HevtifuI Including; principle, War" t taxes,
SEI THEM NOW FOR CHRISTMAS :
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Imuranco, home and ,.
blue' white wall tl".., 15' 30' In
t Cylinder, standard trans, baby ... x pool rear of this .
64 ALFA ROMEO Rick on to e dun sharp little car at a Me I Nh..pNedibeg detlnble Whispering. I I

....... 7f 4.eA Lakes Home bedrooms,
Conv., Spider fl/fif bargain price e Oil Hoe l.
NEAR SCHOOLS e CHURCHES a SHOWN CINTIU a PARKS family room, .biths. Mat t
I Speed, Why Ne ?City Water**_ lincttcoplne Include
R&N . yi.U/J WI KEEP THI liST PloetoradWofla ore gardenia with 700 blooms :

64 PONTIAC WHOLISALI THI RIST from this year. Must see to opproclito. :
N SINGUTONAVr.. TITUSVItlInA. H,267.4l46lU4 Selling I I for %\\1f
;
OPEN TIL 81! $13,950 WO.
Bonn Conv 1

Auto P/S $$3295 .

63 FORD : HJ 5U& Chevrolet" I $75 %. 4 B.R. $15,000 ;

Move right In and put up
USED CAR DEPARTMENT *+ A-MOTHING DOWN the tree) His 2 tiled boms, I
.
Pot Beck XL 10M S. HOPKINS AVENUE PHONE 267-1234 well arnnged kitchen
$$2495 FNA-soG1NIWN
V4 Auto . with imple ceblnets. Your
"s S S S S S S S S S S"'I (No C! Cwt choice of I lee. ., Gas I
63 FAIRLANE coM Int. Just $4St dawn
and $100 totil per mo. On
"500", V-l "North Brevard't Oldest Real Estate Service" FHA. ... dawn VA. Better I
Vinyl Trim $1695 HvrrylYESVIRGINIA
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62 CORVAIR .Conl O l4616ssU1 ,, ....................... I
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$$1195 Men Mote -Clte Rwey SUTTON A ASSOCIATES. ;
St., RAH .
Tsi,4phssew41at4y4.a SUCH 4-. ....1 ieM4ab. .ssOrMalW /
.aaNa.aMg 4M4 aeelNg. PIIIIIIe And If yea. don't believe
62 TEMPT AN 1 sau LEFT IN BEAUTIFUL Pw. w kse DocIle Prheta r..ad we're Sense Claws, \\titt

Wince w_....... lot wi how you thro.
4 DAuto"- 4 Cy., ClfKK LUXURY CIIINrta'.,..,.... r4 gergeeut hornet In Colenial -
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\It's The Time Of Forest Hillsrpzi oed. Doe* soffoi ... **eo. TheM beauties warnmed.l
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59 MERCURY FOR SO :=:.bare W .wle.s.whLITTLE the ".hems.'. bet. for builders.on* of

av, Ho Is leaving to build ki

Act.R&H, P,5 $ 695 Year To Wish All : w mutt another toll..location This. It and your ,

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Ann Landers: I am should be Ukcr pediatrician at DON'T 00 SOMSTWNO,w. 0

writing this letter in the hope for a check-up annually. WANDERlNflOFPINTHE NOW,WHAT { MOP!

[ that it will be read by my Routine check-ups have turnedup WAS IT?
Dear Ann Landers I can'tbelieve IQO
I neighbor, the mother of a two- diabetes, rheumatic heart : IN: THE CIRCUIT COURT or SUPERMARKET
it. I Just can't believe THR NINTH JUDICIAL CIR '
year-old child. disease and other Illnesses \ CULT OF AND FOR HRKVARDfOUNTT. t
it. NOT YOU Ann Landers!
1 'The little girl weighs M which, when diagnosed early, FLORIDA. CHANCERTTHB n 1 tJI
When Kansas
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pounds and wears size 11 pan. are for less dangerous.Dear I: IA"EN'I BANK FOR
ties. This summer that child, wrote and complained because HAVING IN THE CITY OPhis 0bIADttU
wife had s habit of TORY
in her red striped bathing suit, Ann Landers: Our 17- appearNTW VMMnSS. >
at the breakfast table wear.
looked like a beach ball with year-old son, Jack, Is a poor ing DALTON' NEALKT, a nit
housecoat over her
ing a nightgown
legs. student because he refuses to I mac: and DOROTHY
and asked if you approved JEAN NEALKT.: : a llitU woman.Defendant .
I've watched the mother feed I apply himself. He Is one year said, "I not only *
'behind in school but it doesn't you xiriric': or nr
her and the mound of potatoes "
approve of it, I DO it. TO: JACK n.ALTOW.NJALBT: : +
o0 the girl's plate looks like bother him. and I 122Y

Mt. Wilson. When she stops eating Lucy, the girl with whom What does your husband NEAT

the mother shovels in Jack has been going steady for think about having such a lazy And nil pirtlfi clilmlnc Inter

more food over a year, Is also a poor stu Wife? MR DAWNBUSTER nt till JACK hv. Ihrotieh.DALTON uidcr.NKAI.KT. or .rate'end

dent. To listen to her talk you'd Dear Buster: Yup. It's true.U'i POROTHT JKAN NEALKT, end
This is an unhappy youngster to all, partlri kivlnv. or claiminglo I MENTIDNID t I LAN vp Ttte OUARTtR ,
if:I ever saw one. She cries think she was In the sixth grade 01 me at the breakfast have iov rleht. title, or In. THAT, MR.AeRNATNY airy MORaTNANTHtYCANj I

over nothing and rarely I although she is a high school table in a housecoat over my treat crlbad.TOU.la the proverl herein dee ADMIRAL,WElL BE 7 ir

smiles. She was a very slow senior. nightgown.: I asked my husband COMIN0TOATOU.CATC tt4
ARK htr.bv notified that (
walker probably because shecouldn't My husband and I were pray'log what he thought about It n ConiDlalal' to foroolon e mort* IN TWO Iffi .
25 and he said "Why ancumherlnt the ollowlei
die
drag her fat bottom that these two would breakup years ago : MILES.
should I object if wear ahousecoat rT.otBr"rrlBI
around. before they got Into trouble. you MANOR NO. ONE. eooordlncto
: over a nightgown
I've hinted that the youngster Well, three weeks ago when the plit thereof aa ncordid
when I'm sitting here In a bathIn Flat Pool 14 ran 1114.robe .
should be taken to a doctor fora Lucy thought she was pregnant ?" Publlo Rtoorde of BreverdCounty.
: check-up but the mother Jack told us what had been goIng over my pajamas Florida
P.S. 3M columns This
laughs and says, "Lord love on. When it turned out the Is ? a year. has bivn riled' etalnit you In
her she is just not lazy above-ilylad suit sad woo are
chubby. was pregnant we thoughtthe neulred lo aorve e row of your .o' o Z '
IWW you comment, please? scare would teach them a Ane.er N IN C.mplal.t on lb.
Ann Landers will be to Ii 11E
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glad Plelniirfe ettornrxe, van des
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lesson, but it didn't. They are
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Hoes anal. Or.Undo.
:sear Concerned the old still together every evening. help you with your problems. );.,;'di'cl clB lo file: ike W -

days a fat child was thought to Lucy's parents are brainless. Send them to her in care of this I'lfrk ort.lnal of at the such ifomalH Anwee wHb rircult lb.. /m ,w.YIIMYUM ( c G D },, 1 4Ua6ti Cans SAnKaea

be a healthy child. We known They give her the family car newspaper enclosing a stamped, Court on ,or hrforo Ike Idr diy efDorambor AloNe,
IM4. If you fill lo doo
that this is not necessarilytrue. when we won't give Jack our self-addressed envelope. e ducrie pro eonfoiio will keU r
car. They give him money and kin oeilnit you for the relief DLII. MAY 1WAIk
In the Complaint.
demanded
livery child fat or thin, Invite him on trips. He doesn't The Titusville StarTbl. 1 Q ,
Notice ihill ke Publlihadin AIONM ,
even ask us, he just goes. a "H" tee four eooo.cut/rI wlrtio11T+ o I ID

These people are making a bum Advocate, 1st 1 in circulation :dvocala.. in The Tltu.viiio Star 1 0I D 1 'oG o
out of our son and we don'tknow p
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what to do about It, Can in North Dated idle ISIS day ., Key 1L
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you help? G.H.L I IBALICurtli I

.. Dear G.H.I.: Why blame ; M. Rerun
rr. ).:I L.oni/.1 Brevard. dork of Ikt circuit Court
Lucy's parents for making a By B.'\'. Hall 1) (53)Miude )

bum out 01 you son? They 1t.., L t. II.Xpulif 23 Wed Clark I I.... j anal.
didn't raise him. You did. IUIO.re'

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'HI h/na and getting his own way and Charms
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across for years. Now you must seek Prefaielenel A CuererrteeelService

room. outside help. The first step is to Jay Bee Jewelers I I q ep I hkr

get councellng for yourselves.Your NIW MANAGEMENT
counselor will take It Mien River' ,,lei. US 5', IRC, 1 Slack W. e* "

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1 i: I.t''' Changes On Merritt Coming Island? ..,;. tf/ .') 1;]'" 641 i 100 + i 100 + 1 100 + 100:




National Aeronautics and the immediate Playallnda i ,
Space Administration officials Beach area and North. However
this has not been verified I
are expected to make an announcement
'
i "Our main problem Is that
before the first of
eventually we'll have to completely .
the year concerning the open. seal off the entire Island Equals More Than
ing of Playallnda Beach and for security measures.
public fishing on Merritt Island "But, we are now working on
and opening all land north of the fishing angle relocating several .
State Road 402 for next sum security gates and openIng .
mer Playaltnda Beach to the
Gordon Harris, Chief of NASA public. a+
Public Affairs, said NASA has "The announcement concernIng .
been "taking a hard look" at the situation will probablybe
010
1 the situation for the past two announced before the first of '
"0f' "
"
1 ) months, trying to open fishing January", Harris said. "We can $ _"\
and swimming on the beaches say nothing at the present Mine 4 "
d on Merritt Island, however var. because It has not been approved .
4 ious problems, mainly security and verified," he added. -
P reasons, still remain unsettled. Merritt Island Launch Area ,
It has been rumored that was closed off early in November FIRST TICKET-Frank Darden, left, chairman of
plans are to move or relocate to all public personnel. North Brevard's Governor's Inaugural Ball committee -
I several security gates, Includ Fishing was stopped, but hunt. sells the first ticket to the ball planned for
ing the one on AlA and the gate Ing is being allowed through a early January at the Sanford-Orlando Jai-Ali Fronton
east of the Titusville Causeway controlled waterfowl hunt on in Cassleberry, Ben Busby Jr., is the purchaser. When Compounded Quarterly
to allow fishing, North of 402 the Merritt Island National -S-A Photo
and swimming east of AlA in Wildlife Refuge


Comsat Satellite




I Due March FiringWASHINGTON LCOMING Citizens BankAnnounces



(AP) The clal service Is 1917.
Communications Satellite Corp. The contract calls for Comsatto
Comsat- announced today it reimburse NASA for "actual
will pay the government about governmental costs incurred for
$3.5 million to launch its "Early launches, whether or not successful
Bird" commercial satellite as ," the corporation said,
soon as possible after March 1. and the payment per launch "is
The contract, signed by Com on the order of $3.5 million"
sat and the National Aero "NASA will also provide a r
nautics and Space Administration backup launch In the event
commits NASA to perform 'Early Bird' Is unsuccessful," Effective January 1 1965
similar launchings at Comsat's the announcement said. ,
option after July 1. Ultimately, Technically, three satellites of
the earth will be circled with the high-altitude, synchronous
satellites for a permanent system type would suffice for global
of telephone, message and communications service one
television transmission. each over the Atlantic, Pacific Interest
The Early Bird will be placed and Indian oceans. Comsat has PaymentsAt
!lit synchronous orbit that Is, Indicated it would also need
"standing" at 22,300 miles altitude three standby satellites, to be TO FLORIDA THEATRE-James Garner I
above a fixed spot in the launched in case an orbiting and Julie Andrews, portraying a U. S. Navy Com-
Atlantic with NASA providingthe satellite falls.However mander and a British volunteer driver in World War
launch vehicle and services, the corporation II, find themselves head-over-heels in love in Metro- ,
telemetry and tracking data. manager of the system for com Goldwyn-Mayer's "The Americanization of Emily"showing The Rate
Once successfully in orbit, the munications agencies in 19 at Florida Theatre Sunday through Wed-
satellite will be turned over to countries also plans to test
nesday, Dec. 2730. Academy Award-winner Mel-
Comsat. If tests are successful, out a medium-attilude system
commercial service should start This would require more satellites vyn Douglas also stars in the screen version of Wil
about two months after the since each one would liam Bradford Huie's controversial bestsellingnovel.
launching. The target date for "sec" a smaller area of the .

permanent, full-scale commer earth. I Of 400 Per AnnumCOMPOUNDED


Brewer Said To Be I Expressway Plan Whispering Hills


I 'Unveiled HereEarlier Debt To Be Paid : QUARTERLYON


estimated at J30 mil I ALL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
City of Tltusville was author-
In Insurance Firm lion, the proposed Banana River
Expressway, a systemof Ized to pay an old street paving
debt of the former Town of
mullllaned, limited access
Tltusville attorney and outgoIng plied to form the Good Life I highways to connect the Bennett Whispering Hills last night in a ONE YEAR WAIT NO LONGER NECESSARY
State Road Board member Assurance Co. Application was Causeway with the proposed resolution passed by city coun
Max Brewer Is reported as one made to Stale Treasurer Ed Lar Pineda Causeway In South-Central cil.
of 18 prominent Floridians, who son on Dec. 14. Brevard, can be built for
i have applied for a license to Others reportedly Involved are lift million. : The debt of $15,000( was order.
form a mulllmillion dollar life Cooper M. Cubbcdge of Jaik- These facts were brought out ed paid, plus Interest t, to hold
Insurance company. sonvllle, Wendell Jarrard, at yesterday's public hearing ers of notes. '. I
I The St. Petersburg Tim i e s chairman of the Florida Devel on the controversial Issue, conducted Deposits made on or before
The original holders of the
I revealed this week that Cover opment Commission; Alto I here by Slate Road
nor Farris Bryant, Financier Adams of Miami, former member Board Member Max Brewer of notes were former Mayor of I
Ed Ball, State Comptroller Ray: of the State Supreme Court I; Tltusville Whispering Hills, the late Ted THE 11th OF JANUARY ;
E. Green and 13 other prominent Sam A. Banks of Lakeland, The $18 million cost figure Grelser, his daughter. Elaine I
have member of the Florida Citrus does not Include Interest on the
businessmen
Florida ap- '
Urelser and Whitney Brown, a'
Commission; Tom C. Johnson bonds, according to data submitted EARN INTEREST AS OF THE :
of Tampa, executive secretaryof by the State Road De former councilman.
the Florida Association of Insurance partment.The I
Former Council D. Kra. system would all I
Agents; Henry provide FIRST OF THE MONTH
Seven Received
Into
mer of Jacksonville, presidentof Interior expressway loop com a
Food Fair Stores In Florida; mencing at U,S. 1 north of Cocoa Bellwood BaptistSeven
Member Dies W R. Lovett of Jacksonville, over the Bennett Causeway! ".,
president of Suwannee Steamship to the Banana River Express: / new members were received ,.
Henry Augusta Wenzel, age Co., Raymond K. Mason of way, south to connectors at Into Bcllwoud Baptist .
79, of 111 South Washington Jacksonville, Title Insurance Co. State Road 520 and at a point Chapel at the morning worship f
executive and member of 'h e near Patrick Air Force Base service Sunday, Dec. 20. They
Avenue, died today after a long '
VUlt CITIZENS BANK and .t the FULL STORY of HIGHER
and the Pineda Cause g
Commission proposed
Illness. Florida Development were Mr. and Mrs. Ted wade, ,
A retired merchant, WenzelIs : Ray W. Richardson Jr way, west again to U.S.1. Mr and Mrs. Trent Colemanand INTEREST and FULL-SERVICE BANKING .;
a former member of the TltusvOIe of Jacksonville, law partner-lobe sons, Wayne, David and f
city council. He came of Governor Bryant; FrankW Trent Jr.
here 18 years ago from New Sherman of Jacksonville, Waddell New At the Sunday evening servicea
of two banks; JamesW film "The Birth
York. He was a member of president of Chrkf
the Methodist Church. Walter of Tampa, head ol' was enjoyed by the congrega: '
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. the Walters Home Corp., and I Circuit Judge lion 'I
Anna C. Wenzel: one daughter, P. A. B. Wldncr, famous sportl'man. : -- "' ,
In Tallahassee Ecs1e8 f
Informed
i sources
Mrs. Doris C. Walker of Titusvllle SAMS ..
; and two brothers, William The application calls for Issuing yesterday indicated that .
Wenzel of Titusville and Walter five million shares of com Tom Waddell Jr Judge of the FUEL OIL KIDS s
Weasel of Rochester, N. Y mon stock with a par value of court of record in Brevard, ,
be held $I share. They will on would be named as a new circuit
Funeral services will per go OUR OIL IS THAT ,
Smith the market at 15 share. Judge In this district by
it 2 p.m. Saturday at per
Funeral Chapel with Rev. E. II. Each of the organizers has Governor Facets Bryant before 6000 HEATING-TVPE. ..
out of office. ANDFOUf* WHO USE IT
the latter goes !
Norman of the First MethodistChurch agreed to invest $100,000, except
Another circuit judgeship Is NEVER GRIPE ,
officiating. Intermentwill Cubbage hI) agreed to invest \
being created In the county because ,
be in iklawn Cemetery $50,000. HI C NOT n -
of Increase in
under direction of Smith Funer the population. a cut of rt a.
al home us
BulletinEL Indications are also that Ati .
Small Claims Court Judge

Mrs. Randall DORADO. Ark. AP Cecil R. Rosier of Cocoa ill f (
( ) take WaddelTs place In the
Donna Axum, Miss America of Citizens Bank
court of record and that RobertMcGregor
19(4, married to I
was Monday
of Cocoa Beach tIJ
Dies In Palalka Mike Buckley of Bloomlngton, be named small claims court c
In. a fellow University of Arkansas -
Mrs. Margaret Jay Cox Randall student the bride's parents judge. I No nd to qrtp .r'

W, former resident of Tllusvtlle. announced today Former Resident DiesMr whoa you us* our Fu l r
died Tuesday at the Donna 22, a resident of El OIL Warm. fflcUat co-: Our 31st Year
home of her seta, Mrs. HaroldF Dorado, yielded the Miss Amer. D. r Mmton of Hastings, I .
ica In near Falatki passed Nov nomlcaL Phone us right
llugglns in Palatka She crown September away .
Florida M Mrs. B. Axum. her II, A former resident of Tltu'lo'l1Ie now
to
came years ago Hurley
ind was a pioneer resident of motbei, said the couple had a \ and a member of the Baptist '.M A.M. H |.00 P.M.. Fr id.l y InN"I 4." '.M. .. 7.00 '.M. .

North Merritt Island. She was prh'aleleddln' in a Methodist : Church.: Mlnton once owneda
born March 1, 1WJ, la Columbus church in Pine Muff, Ark grocery store here. I SAMS OILCORPORATION
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Ohio.Funeral. "She said they did It that way RIVERSIDE AT BROAD, TITUSVILLEMEMBER 7
services will be held because she had had about ail
at J.30: p.m. Saturday at Smith the fanfare she could take" Vantage Watches .
2 S. Hopkln. 5S7-OIM
funeral Chapel with Rev, E. H, Mrs. Axum said from $11.95 : FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE OSRPORATieN:
Norman of the First Methodist Both Donna and! Buckley will
Church officiating Interment graduate from the University of Jay Bee Jewelers USE YOUR
will be in the family plot in Arkansas thin spring They will .
Indian RUtr PUi
GULF CREDIT CARD
Oaklawn Cemetery under direction return to the campus Jan 2. I INI MM'
of Smith funeral Home. I Mrs. Axum said. I r


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