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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: t : Mondays, Wednesdays and_Friday

.. '. Mall



I I Construction

Permits Near

I $$25 MillionA

NsZ+YIs building permit was taken
: a, out recently fur what will pa*,
slbly become: one of the Urgent
shopping renters In Central
Florida and the $1,250,000 permit
put Tltiwlllo's yearly total Into
Its highest! orbit.
rr Miracle City, Inc., the shopping
center proposed for Tltus-
vile will be located on U.S. 1,
Harrison Street and Hopkins"

Avenue Developers, builder, and own

Here {a a man who was born in an obscure village the child of er of the giant center II J. U
22)G Williams and Co, Inc., of Dallas
peasant woman. He grew up in.an. obscure village He worked in a carpenter represented by Tom EtIU >
hop until he was thirty, and then for three years he was an itinerant of Jacksonville.

preacher. He never wrote a book. He never held an office. He Ellis told The Star Advocatethis

had a family tie never went to college He never traveled two I t M \ morning that the company
hopes to>> begin! construction on
miles from the'place where ht was born. He never did one of the the WO.000 to 230,000 square footage

that usually accompany greatness He had no credentials but himself center within the next three

While still a young man, the tide of popular opinion turned against hiln.H months
friends ran away. One of them denied him. Ht was turned over t Although Ellis would not release
the names of the various
his et mien. He went through the mockery of a trial. He was nailed to companies welting space In the

cross between two thieves. His executioners gambled for the only center he did say that the com
of property he had on earth while he was dying his coat. When he '/ :: and Mrs- plex would Include various Urge

de was taken down and hid in a borrowed grave through the pity Tllley Jones., national tenants, Including food
fir store, variety department type
a .. V. ? ... completed, clothing& store ladles dress, etc
club uckwJ: Also the t I
company ls still work
.Kfaettejiviidt centurie'a have come and gone: today he is the centerpiece ; -
to CJnL big on a unique restaurant (for
of the human race .mrd the Leader of the column of pTogream / : -' the center which would be al-

I far within the mark when I say that all the armies that It'e I First Fed' most unbelievable In Its scope
the a spare noodle revolving renta-. \
marched, and oM the navies that ever were built, and all the I up rant

that ever sat, and all the kings that ever reigned, put together have ( ) "W.',. still working on this"
affected the lift of man upon this earth as powerfully has this on FJlls admitted "but It's difficult
solitary life to find engineering firms which
can handle a Job of this mag
(James A. Francis) nitude." lie added that the roe
taiirant would not be part of the
Initial! center but would be an
addition at a later date. He
uolnted out that the restaurant
I Air Crash Kills ,would be of great value ton.
tiwvllle tourist wise, and would
there were ,. create nationwide attention
had 'been The property on which tbe
center II to be located: will be
SAN BRUNO: Calif. (AP-A 10-ton plane appeared to be In Calif. : airport head leased from James Karantlno
Flying Tiger four-engine Super Its proper takeoff path when It The Federal Aviation ( S. sltfMl bat. and Involves over 30 aina.
Constellation cargo plane crashed and broke Into bits laid the New York-bound Daphne Karantlno Theofani-
slammed Into fog.shrouded San scattered over a hall-mile area. port took off from San ."* were din, who ruprwenls her father'i
Bruno Mountain on takeoff today i The airline said the victims co International Airport : quarters Iii Interests, said today that the
killing the three crew' were Capt. J.A. Richards, members aboard and narrowly Bay Read N.J., the pilot; Dan am.The plane crashed at : 1111am C. the shopping center one of the
missing a Coast Guard radio iel W. Hennessy U, Hlllsborough 000-toot level 100 feet commander largest in Central! ". "Id... She
station. Calif, co-pllot; and Paul and the plane would I In South Viet pointed out that a new maD Lyon>
An airline spokesman said the M. Entz 17, North Hollywood (CentlntMd On Page ) << comer In Central Florida was
'lee than Jftoono. square feet

. Flying Missionaries Saved Many From'Civil War Torn Congo And TIle Colonial Mara Shopping
Center In Orlando, prior to thtJ
addition of the Mall and the

I God Must Have 180,000 Jordan feet Marsh, she, was pointed'INS out than

Been His CoPilot definitely"We feel need the city thin of TltiuvUle type of

shopping. (ompl...". Ellis: said
(ly Barbara Carbon. ) apparent their strength was evacuate our and In pointing out the growth women chfl.dren' took off again and circled until his shoulder and his 13 sons behind passengers, an unexpected danger miMlonarles Informed nn movements
A couple returned to much underestimated when ." area"We.
young very the chief chased the rebels loomed overhead a Connfeee of the rebel force
him ba the
TttusvUle this week to trend a they turned 20,000 WAu boor dtopened youth want In be part of the
miles and half
a later n
square away The Lord fought for Command
us ". Army aircraft Full power About this Ume the U N
quite peaceful holiday after of the COlI&Into turmoil and big over Landau, wes radioed wing one who was not a protesting gang demanded! they hide In awe down 1M miles per sdvtwd that because community" and dii a food Job
three and one-ball years In the confusion in a week's time "The situation looks very seri Christian to help us." the grass out of sight Report hour a sharp turn In front of their engine" were nearly due for It, foil continued. 'We
Congo where they played a major They destroyed bridges roads, oarthe station Is burned but have / want lo be the largest and best
; Wes was referring to the chief Knee reached mlMbmar- the Army plane the M4F plan for overhaul they would have .
) role in the evacuation of airstrips burned government all nuMlonaries are safe. I see over 100 misslonarlea during buildings killed officials chased them la front of the to offer to the thuwlflg public
for the mljwIonarlM life for defending them aipliMt to black the airtWd. Harvey rexuv ofxraiiofM' -- the MAPptonm "
the Congo crisis this year. out foreigners and coercedthe dispensary," Since there was no to leave. Earlier in the day, the rebels and aiding their evacuation Barkman drove his heck: : on the would have to d, all the a compete bopping complex buildIng
June and Wesley Eisemann population to tight with airstrip be radioed the Il N. when the 'OIIth were get I runway heading straight for Ute .*.,..bllJC. The remalnlftg m**> Another! shopping center .
and children Lois (() and David them. The civil war still Command who dispatched helicopters hand permit war taken out yesterday
out of
ting be look over I when We was approaching' do ending Army aircraft, ju* kmarle were at itatkmn without wMrfl will buoxt TVtiwvUie's
(4)( are visiting June's par.. on. to evacuate the mission With hit automatic shotgun over Ifudndl for Us second group of In time to force It to abort lit airstrips or where. the building permits to
eats Mr and Mrs. Dewey Harris With! orders to snuff out any aria landing and @a aground/ Tbe aJmtrnM had horn chopped up
newly1b million, double thatof
15* Donna Drive and are potential opposition bi the process After bearing of the destruction _---- reM bad prumtaed safety fort by the tmwrtauTV
the entire IJW permits.
thrtHlflg friends and relatives the youthful followers of at Kandala. It was decided '1 t the mlM4>", arle. being evacuated .. itatlone ixfulpped whim Urn tilde took out a |WO.004
with accounts \
Peking everyone only lit) came radio ommunicatloM could be permit fur the Garden MallflkwMg
airlift blazed a swath of terror In MukedL Later, In the day when piMFlrley warned llIMn wwbl have to Center, to be Ircafdon
Wes, a missionary pilot of western Congo. Armed with poisoned %es and another MAT. pilot brought Mi plane to a find out "jmrntNr"Inter wet Garden Street at the
Missionary Aviation Fellow-shin arrows and com knives Gordon Fairley, spent the rest stop on the aintrip a you* itaiinn commurtratton. interaction of Garden and Singleton
since 1)58, and Jane were senr- they sprang into action on Jan. of that day evacuating missionary man came up M toe oppmUeilile by railKi .is a retoUveiy new Avenue
tag u missionaries In the Congo 1 I. Their first victims were personnel from MukedL when the crisis flared thus three Roman Catholic priests Among the women and children j arr/w right at the head Apia even mure news t that MATs thu munung Stir comment on
forcing the missionary pilots to mutilated and murdered 10 evacuated during the first several the rhlrf barked an order awl apes. (ally ........... trsne vis the ihflMfe* peter and Utile:
BM tbelr planes to evacuate miles from Vuked (a Mennon- flies were seven Roman :hard bun' away have ,.1IIId the ....,.." I dirt.II! is known about the strue
other missionaries, government tte mission station). The Incident Catholic Now who survived the r Fatfreturned: f,,r 1M lilt! work But alrea" .,gr MIHKAVH! tore the abte.
workers and others. drew the attention of Use prevtott Bight's brutal massacre. L,ad. hicf'/re aunduwn S per, had bMime a NumhoM. word
Realizing the potential need world tori were fkn\ to safety all trUMIoJII compiiundi |! Mimi Post Office
for emergency evacuation of ".J"tntord of catastrophe," On one occasion daring the la the das: f personnel. If..' r.. with bead- Vet said "... beard on our evacwUnn at Mudnfl 1, Vet was a.' 1P4! were availaM* mi-I .. played an oevacwUsn '. To Close Dec.
quarters fat Fullerton Cakf. regular I:M a m radio contact aefroadunc If one of hisUiidMfp 44 r ;. r ifui were evacMMd by I Bad entered the Congo three with MtikedL They radioed diet I when be noticed three 1, ..(.< the miamnartai wnhmilMm ... said '< ur MUSAVIWM : d ail day Friday I Dec 9.
years before. I three prteu were dais dung men mining thrjuajti the gnu onUit or an atmnp ue has I W. ki the aweWBt leM There will lit DM window serf
Wes said "For the past year I the Bight! II relies away TVyI toward the plane One fellow were wanted< of tke crMs .by o'etwt every Bight, awl to- Ire Incoming mail will be oil
rumors were beard that rebel I also noted that Kandala. aaoca-- I carried a garner. of rnra r, the! f-tjn> droMwd sram the I ia/Maled much of IB* ar.. 'I I normal sehedVaV:" but mall will
groups were training tai tile KwlJu j er UemueKe station tn tbearea other two had thnr br,.., testis" **. Front KTIJMSI alajieli th* ('.. upereUusM During those ,.. tt p m only.
forertji Tbe wcrecy of 11 e Lad not Baled to .. Me "I kept ttf eye M (hem menthe ,I Wrrr u<>9 lu doe !' I 'i: .taya of crsl DUI >*riy mj mfr M Miurday. i tier :4 regular
jungle hid their actKXiet from last three radio checks. Tads rodxMl. slug the tail '4OM I lit, mi" it UIMI wan s t 'I o .11'1 tr: ndww" feM.1 urd .<*m I wrvic will be
the eyes of the gomro ot Suddenly I... ease Mr e emL A reqaest BUM aroondl tort a'T. .I I r" Vt f' I i'N' t'jam '.wy and :r. J c that the window
my suddenly from came to *V d tile .raaww IDT* twin lid. retal' ... -" I I I I1! r-, ; via no .J(' ''*'** atntiunced'i
the fort* hideout traiaUfaTp a check flight over Kanda'jad 'fto'J I i'" 'I ,.. t J '.. *' m fi rouse .>'! i. .. I' ,i.,-i' I''..unat<



r., I Tltunm. (planes, It.r-A'wee... Friday/ D.cemba 25, 'm

erness and with pleasQJ'e par. SOD, the best 01 everything In
Titusville (Florida) StarAdvocateEltabl1.hed InIIislory Jess Parrish ticularly now at this stage of I a great state, In a new year. ; I
Today k YOUR GOVERNMENT the development or our family
1MOORIp because it bu brought our girls I..C
Hospital A WEEKLY REPORT BYEf borne from college and from I u tijY : ii
Publbbecl MoDda 'hL e e e with us
work to gather together

A Wednesdays, aDd IrIdanB1 again. i / ra't I
MLMI N I ly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Activity Wt wish an of you, u you Y a
Titunll1. Star-Adocate, IDe.At and family
Q Today Is' Friday, Christmas enjoy together I 2
C> less O The Star.Advocate Building Day Dec. 25. It III the 360th daf GOe atfiida and the joys of Christmas Searrrrrrrrrrrr V .
Dec 11
'1 of 1884. There are six days Icrt. Saturday arrrrrrrt
OH UOO S. HopkiDJ Ave. ; f
in the year.Today'r Admitted: Patricia Lawson,
A CHRISTMAS MESSAGE signature speak for aU Florid I
MEMBER: Florida Preis A.'D; National Editorial Ass's aDd hla.hllght; In history: Alexander Gibson Johnny Wallace FROM GOVERNOR BRYANT tans in letting these our people !
On this presldlmt
date in 1868 e.&q1
Associated Press.lJenr Ann Sherrill, L 1 0'I d
who cannot be home for the
Andrew Johnson granted Christ Thompson, Lenore Maxwell, of Florida Is at its loveliest at know that I t;. i iI
Holidays we are ;
H. Hudson Pre. 111" Heel S. Huc1Joa, ViC'PA' mss Day pardons to "all who Titusville; Josephine Ogren 01 Christmas Urne. A most breath. u
of and that tin
Robert H. Hudson See.Treas. thinking them I
participated In the late rebel at
is to night
taking sight
Christmas Thomas Redden of fly
H. Hudson Editor ; American Christmas because
Robert thrives
David Henry nt: Advertising Hudson i Publisher Mgr. :s 1. Floyd, Clrcuiatlos Mgt Ikon. not excluding Jefferson Davie Cocoa; Inez Hamilton of MIm. over any Florida town dressed they defend freedom.At A oSI
Raymond B. Rutherford C1IIWed Ad,. Mir. I the president of the Confect Discharged: Millie\ Scbwart, for the holidays.. They sparkle ChrIstmas time the Inmates I 1e, 2" !
like lalJ''lands.Giant
Second.Clan. Postage Paid at Titusville Florida eracy. Eva Lowrey, Dorothy Mason In Florida's county and e ) b .. 2
On this dale candles and i iI
and baby boy, Jackie Gillispie glowing state penal Institutions and mental & I
In 1821. the founder of the and baby boy, Essie Hal and galeS fringe adorn the front oC hospitals are made u hap i
American Red Cress Clara baby girl, Jeremy Adams WII the capitol; in Tallahassee. A py as possible within their con i iI i
CIiriitinaJ greeliltgJJom Barton was born. lie Louisiana Albert Cerney, of large silver star is suspended in rtnement. There are .peclal I In the true spirit .fthis
In 1118, President Woodrow Titusville Leone Whiteside the top of the dome.
f : privileges parties ChrIstmas ..i..n, i ii '
W I 11. reviewed American New People who associate the so. I.out w. !
0 n Smyrna Beach; James trees, religious services, pag ChrSI3S1I II III't .
I troops In France.In Webb Scottsmoor; George called "Chrbtmaa spirit" wit I b cants presents to open special i thank yon fer yeu loyal Apatronage. ,\
: :lit e Siall.AnJ p'I'Jonnrl 1944, some of the heavies t Hewlett Cocoa. snow and sleigh bells should be visiting periods, a dinner feast; Happy
fighting In the Battle of the reminded that Bethlehem set.Sting and it should be noted that : SI.igh benIV'G"a "
Bulge was raging. Monday, Dec. 21 of the Nativity is at about while they may be missed by C Holiday.r I Christmas mlssog.I .

01 YOUI'Slar..AJllocaI Ten years ago-twenty-eight Admitted: Mary Ransom, the lime longitude as the north loved ones on the outside these r of joy and peace to all.I .
killed in the crest 01 f'lorida.
persons were boundary
people have In most cases cut
of a British airliner In Scotland Lawrence Bowlen Wanda Faye The U.S. Congress bas declar.ed tlvated friends on the inside DALE i W. Will B. Cloned i'
Five years ago-Sovlet Premoler Masek Margaret Long Robert and the archaeology and anthology with whom they may enjoy V Christmas Day
Nlkita Khrushchev informed Straw Wesley Long Donald departments of Florida Christmas Urne. i FURNITURE
Western leaders he was willing Kirk Elvira Lennon Angela State University concur, t hat Because it is nearly always i VIRGINIA ,
Management to meet them in Paris the next DelPriore, Anne Pendergraph, Florida, in fact Tallahassee, done you would expect me to i "CHAUII WILSON, 2I I CHICKEN j
spring to discuss major Issues Phyllis Tackett of TitusvWe; was the site 01 the first Christ. call on Floridians to exert exemplary ,
Henry H. Hudson Hazel S. HudsoD Robert H. 8001011 One year ago-A cease-fir: Kenthea McKeMey, of Mime; mas celebration In what is now driving habits the I e THE GEORGIA BOV" I u.s. No I. South

was going Into effect after four Patricia Wojewoda of MerriU the United States. Hernando De Christmas and New Year bolt I=-.......... .. Jt........ ...... ..aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrr.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. I
Reception Classified days 01 fighting between Greek Island. Solo spent the winter here 425 days and I would be negil ..
and Turkish Cypriots. years ago. This was S8 years before gent 11 I did not take this opportunity
Sandra Kaiser Myrtle Floyd Discharged: Kathryn Maltbie., Jamestown was settled, and to solicit sarety. The '
I L. Amanda McKenzie W.'rs andhrg you
Dorothy Mlkets
81 years before the Pilgrims Florida Highway Patrol prediets
Bookkeeping And legal The Titusville Star and baby girl Patricia. landed at Plymouth Rllck. a record 52 of us will dIe Viryb.let.t,
Lee De
Lasslter Annie
Advocate 1st in air There are 80 many things!': for before the holidays are over
Vernlce Drake Edna Hudson ores Powell, Richard Kitties,
which to give thanks this Christ. When you do your part to eUrn-
culation in North William Conneway William mae, and 01 all the blessings irate the Christmas carnage you
Display Advertising Brevard. Bailey, Roger Lovett 01 Tltuu we enjoy we ought never to for. are sparing loved ones and fellow .
W. A. Ambroel vile; Shirley Housman, Harry set the blessing of freedom. floridIans the grief caused
Dahd w. Dunn Jefferson, or Mlms. There Ire, posted on the bWletln by death or Injury on the high
P. X.
Bert Humlcutt boards 01 military bases ways. This is the finest Christmas 'T
JlW Schenck (Summer) ENVELOPES Business SIZ..t' around the world letters addressed present you can give and
News Stsr for .Advoeste.mamn. Full. to the Floridians at you can give it to everyone I \&i9 I IA&6BODYSHOP
each base The letters, over myrrrrrrrrsrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Prove our statisticians wrong.
William Lyerl Robert Manlum toul. Hughes -------- Mrs. Bryant and I looked forward
Louise Il.lnachmldt / to this Chistmas with eag
Gene BI'lJ1e
Barbara CarlaOD Wiliest\ loahoff Gladys McLeDdoeLlWall 0 F.L .L1 I

Rat Don Hemk. Vera Simmons I \ 4. .++ noel .. .. HAPPY
VnkI. Fud From Coon Holler y / .. i BIRTHDAY
tt1 I ..... ;.:. Magnolia Avenue, AM 7.2351, AN 9.5485, AM 7.5114 ,
Production It' U. -
) ... Saturday, December 21 24 Hour Wrecker Service 4
Warren Davidson Tom McDoDel Paul CoorIIJ1 I .' 1) 4i. I James Threlkeld i,aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaau aaaaaaaaaaaaajrrrrrrrrrreaeeeeewea1rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrevec
Tom Hood Sarah Hood I jSI !tlslics :dh A i Harvey J.lcLemore

Harriett ROi' Olea Kelly\ Nit Moore Mrs. C. T. Patti to .... '
Charles ElkJI.'I = fora I; .
Robert Hiahtower Marie Jones

,.kaneA Jim Mower Marshall Jerr.rsoD ffl jOiful Qlflfistmas j DaMY'Boyce BlackburnTommy Ramage I ;; :

1 Commercial Printing = J 2 Saitta \

William Luhle Marsha Mettles Eddie Davidson r= / We take wan this to I 2 Fred Pat Sturchlo Moody i i.reC ir !

to CIRCULATION 'BYSAVIN' : opportunity to wish you cheer I Sunday. December 27
SAM 'j. and to thank you for lettin i iII Mrs. Nellie Featherston A
Stuart 1. Floyd Iren'eU,) ,' Doug MacLeaa us serve you ... AC Jean Carrow
Mmksoll' Mae Wedding Mrs. R. T Taylor
NeIMWadding Joe Lee Edward End Card Edwards SALESMANSHIP '""J, C T'ppen Upholstery & Glass, Ins. : Mrs.: Chile.: B. O'Connor r
Jam. Bol.vert Walter Wa.n.rJob' Leath Hepklna Ave..aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. A Mrs. Jit. H. Poe r
"I 1 em ner alervlng' and I Roger Vopelak ,
ADderson Doug Anderson Gary Bucllal.w Mlke Sampson de Mt." have the 17 ulna children cheSter N ......................: ........... .. Sue Williams A
Steve Sampson teed ran A
Poll Bill Boynton ROI1DI. Eva II tf a weman netting eardenlseeahlde Stephen .Mullis rr.
Eel 2
Phillip Nartowlcl the Mu.le Hail s New i A Harry,Steman Jr: \WJ?
Yerk "I sail fltwtr b.cevneI Mary Jeanette Booth
John Manning
Randy Hayes George Dunn I eve Hewers end .nl.Y 1111IM AA Monday. December" 21
Greg Manning Mike Manning them. If yea ease t. buy Mrs M'D ScharCerF.
Bookhlrt Eugene Johnson they ere U cells each. end I
Luecking Jlermoll .
Sob M. Parker
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Jimmie Williams David Haitian will thank yon. If year a netIntuenled e rr
DavieS Taylor that I. year Itua.1M" 2 Mrs Horace Sharpe Let us journey in spirit to the manger, I
Thompson R. nolUnI.wortb Dennis Rimer
Lindsay and Ged speed yes enyYr ,
Dan Hamer ." r that Its message may Inspire )Q anew
steve Euera w., r AY I Roy F. Roberts Jr.
Edwina Rhinehart Jeff Mlnthura '' : Mrs. James Barnes
Ken BiDiham
She emptied five bank to In
Tony Ludwig Preston Grimm IS m Inut... Mrs. R. Worth Shumaker BOHANNONS
Charles Evans Doug Harper Alas Wesley GEORGE TUCKER 2 Elaine Ranee Smith '
David Ambrose Joe Na71o" : 2Ii Carmen Stuchlo STUDIO and CAMERA SHOP
Karl Johnson Charles renln.er Earl Johnson easily endure V : Sharman Stuchlo DOWNTOWN TITUSVILLEraaaaaaaaaaaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa i
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Jimmy Zimmerman Chuck Ma,. oneMer man' I V
Dorian Focb Patty Cowlln Roger ThomtOll mean.MARK TWAIN ,, I -- -
Dense Conrad Mike Rlcharda Ii y
David Hart Donald George
Wayne '
J. H. McClendon Eric Hollmaa ,nl1 aJlkJMo. VV i ''- 0 i:
Tommy Den.man Peter Krooa Tony Lang ,
Ed Wirth Greg Ni.ku.a 1// = c'... .
Clifford IJcktell Mike Bat.hor Iteiinlld Peters G tcJG
Terry En'lrt Slave" ArsesLanlonts
Cooper Alan BoI.den Jimmie Akin i Jc t I Ii

Jab Leutw'l.r Donald Bailey -5Ci.QQ '

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Thank yen f.r fattiltf a i TORCH CLUB i
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Thank Our Many WODderhai Cu.'OIft... Fw n.lr I ON : ",-': .p' Nai1.yr!Tlw.h I

LOIhr 1)urlll The Past Year.All OF D..tew"TITUSVILLE OHeteWaahlne : yon j.e/ yeea l.jdsy I

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Pythian Sisters

I' r Elect OfficersElection

'round town of officers was hold l
WrtA Netaa And Notes
at the Past Chiefs Club of p.

oNortA flrevard Wan Sisters last Monday ening \('

f7 Phone 267-3994 will harvard car: Jon t at Castle HalL

Those elected were Mrs M,,'
I' Tls the season to be jolly" Poinsettia and children. Emory r non Carters; Miss LU Carter ot'I tie Carllle president; Mr.a..
and this is Just what everyone and David, have special holiday' Gainesville and Hilda and Nor. rah Pappy, vice presledm
seem to be doing today with visitors from Creensborough,,'I I man's lovely daughter, Connie Mrs. Arthur Demond, second
G families gathering together for a N.C., Helen's sister and family, Lou, home for the holidays from vice president; Mrs. .1 I :
t I big Christmas dinner; people Dolores, Richard, Shelley and I Georgetown, Wash. Koon treasurer; Mrs. J. CRAin.
;pottie Watts h ; (coming from far and near to be Audrey Barrall arrived recenU, Joining the family celebration ers press correspondent *
I IEru (With family and friends; the to spend Christmas In Florida. Saturday will be Mr. and Mrs.
:: r < v+r laughter of children echoing Both families are enjoying a big: Douglas Carter and children of Mrs. Koon presented Sir
Honored At through the house and their I Christmas dinner with Helen I Clearwater. Futch with a past presidents
ri sparkling eyes lighting I c h and Dolores' parents, Mr and I pin. Mrs. Ted Morgan won the

and every corner. It's Christmas Mrs. H. C. Normilt in Indlalantic. Mr. and Mrs. Art Roeder (the mystery package. Mrs. Herbert
Shower Thompson Bert
: Freeman.
I and may you all have avery .
happy day, former Mary Lou Conway) are Mrs. Iva TInnel and Mrs Ui\
Miss Dottie Watts! bride- 4 I having an egg nog party this Ramer won prizes for canasb
elect of Chaney Mason was 'George and Connie Arnold'syoung afternoon for the J. Paul Conway The
hostesses. Mrs.
honored at. luncheon shower A very gay party was held I children Stuart ((5)) and Sarah
in their
and friends and Mrs.
I family Pappy Cecil Nicholson
given by Miss Lane Fey at the Wednesday evening for a popu Kelll ((3)), are having a gay time
Chanticleer Inn last Saturday.The : : lar West Pointer 'round town, today with their grandparent!. home at 2880 Hopkins. served apple pie la mode and
rY.f i n. Joe Mance, who la home to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Geiger of coffee. Gifts were exchanged.

traditional centerpiece ,spend the holidays with his par. New Smyrna. The Geiger's are Guests attending were Mrs i b
.belonging to Mrs. George Fey, r I dents, Carl and Mildred Mante.; Connies parents. B. Pritchard, Mrs. Thomas Pop'
was composed of lace donated and brother Carl Jr. all of 203 C pell, Mrs. Knox Thompson a n J
.from many bridal trouseaus and Harrison.
Mrs. Julia Giles.
Peggy Faye Filer, lovely
contained lace over 100 years Three of Joe's friends, Barbara
old. Each bride who had been ''I Rickey and David Dick daughter of Mrs. Peggy B. Fil Mrs. Curtis Butch the retirIng ,
honored donated a piece of lace son gave the party In their er, 541 Oakdale is spending the president, presented each
from her trouseau. The lace home at 2632 West Circle with holidays home with her mother, past chief with a piece of {la-*
was made Into tiny leaves and quite a large number of young twin sisters Cindy and Sandy ware.
attached to a gold wedding ring
people attending. The house
and brother, Chuck. Peggy Is In 1
set In white pearl and crystal was gaily decorated for Christmas .
...,. nurses training at Daytona and
balls. The balls, symbolizing .-.I.. ...L .1''' k -' and all the guests enjoyed will graduate this April. FLOWERS IV FRAN
.Clouds and Interspersed with hearing about West Point, talkIng .
gold Ivy leaves encompassed amlnature CHRISTMAS PARTY The Clover scrapbook of their activities. Shown about the "good old days at New Arrivals "Notlct.bly! Sup.rlor"
bride and groom. Surrounding Leafs, a 4-H group, held a Christmas above are from left, seated: Mrs. R. T. THS" and, of course, dancing. Also home for the holidays forChristmas
the entire wedding party recently at the home of Mrs. Simms, Mrs. B. Busby Jr., Mrs. Allison Barbara served a festive punch are: via the StorkNew Parties
ring were white petite chrysanthemums Shirley Simms on the Old Dixie Highway Hendricks, Mrs. Bert Grenville and Christmas cookies Horn and OfficeDecorations
bordered on the..Ideby' The girls prepared all of the "ex- and Mrs. Burt Mendenhall. Standingare Laura Matthews daughter of arrivals at Jess Parrish ,
four candles set Joe a June graduate of Titusville Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Matthewsof Memorial Hospital via the .
pale green tras" which t included
Debbie West .. .
Rayetta Simms
personal eggshells
M .b.ri FI..L. T.I. Oclltir
Old Dixie
Laura is
High School, Is a plebe at Highway. stork, Include:
in gold filled with roasted nuts. Also Susan Linda Garden St.
Busby, Hendricks Ann West Point and In addition to' a sophomore at the Universityof Jilt 267213STHE
Those attending the shower Mrs Simms presented each of the girls Grenville. and Mary Wylie Menden- taking seven subjects! plays foot. Florida majoring In architec A son, born Dec. 21, 1964 to
were Mrs. Thomas L. Watts, a photograph which was recently used hall.-S-A Photo. ball his favorite sport. Although ] ture. Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Taylor ;
Mrs. Dorrltt Mason, Miss DI. for publicity so that they could make a a fullback at THS Joe 2123 U.S. I, N., Tltusville. DORIS LAMP SHOP
Willis, Miss Faulk, Jerry Houser, ion of Mr. and Lamp Stylists/
anne Lynn played left guard for the Point A daughter born Dec. 21,
Mrs. W. 0. looser of Anna
Miss Margaret Fehrtng and --. .. ,, and played In all seven games Drive, who is in 19(4 to Mr. and Mrs. AlbertE. C IMPORTS
I Mrs. George Fey. r-'r : this season. In his spare? time, I employed DECORATOR
5-f Dallas, Tex. Hedges, Rt. 4, Box I18M, II
Joe has been taking boxing and Christmas, Fla. CUSTOM
College Students has won five out of six fights i Over 500 t*
t On Tuesday, Joe toured the I The Norman Cowarts of Fair. BOOKKKEEPINGACCOUNTING cheese from
Honored AtChristmas Cape through the Martin com- 'glen are having their traditional All Sheet 1.
pies (his dad and brother are family get.together today for
1 Party both employed by Martin) 'all the Cowart and Carter families INCOME TAX SERVICE AllShajMsl

The Harry Miley home on the that evening, enjoyed dinner: In town, including out-of- Colorslrate'
Indian River was all aglow with with friends In Cocoa. town members of the family Dormax Enterprises 'THE DORIS LAMP SHOPIMPERIAL
Although he Is having a wonderful Mrs. S. G. Gilbreath of Johnson rb.. 11.11. alhaw",' N.1
Christmas decorations for Tla time that he is home, Phone 267-6072 CL edul PORT 0.01. CU.C' .
and Charlotte City, Tenn., a guest of the Ver-
MUey'i party Isd Joe certainly had a hard time 1-
given In honor of Rodger Cooner: ? t l -
d i w getting here. He took a military
and Rick Olson of Rutland
Vt., r. flight from West Point and was
,last Saturday evening ? scheduled to arrive Sate
A Christmas welcome wreath evening at Homestead A B. V r'r
t.made of Florida holly and pine Ills parents drove down to pick
cones on the front door greeted him up and were Informed the
would land at Miami In.
'the guests. A nativity scene on plane
iUit> mantle of an open fireplace ternatlonal at 10:30 p.m. They I
>and in the doorway of the dm 4 drove on to that airport anil i
'hung a mistletoe ball s clus- waited patiently until long after
I '0ter of mistletoe In a small bird. the scheduled time of arrival. I
decorated with shiny red When they checked again, they
'and green ribbons. discovered the plane had land. TOWERS
ed at McCoy A.F.B. in Orlando, I
t The dining buffet was decoratYd less than M miles from home

with green candles surround Very complicated, but they all U.I. HIGHWAY 1, SOUTH, TlTUlVll.ll
ing a twenty Inch handmade finally got together at home c IIv
gold artificial Christmas tree, early Sunday morning for a wonderful loc.p rel
made of dried pine cone, reunion. i proudly
'acorns, sea oates and other as- NEWLY INSTALLED OFFICERS mander of Barracks 1196 tnd Frank presents. .. ,
sorted dried fruits. New officers for Veterans of World Lash deputy chief of staff, dept. of Helen and Jim Luce of 142

The served War I, Titusville Barracks No. 1196, Florida, from Winter Haven. Standing A TtUlIf !Mr> CtMtpt Pee Test Dminf; ; Dm'nf' 14iMirtitiimtftt d
sandwiches forty couples were were installed recently at the groups are Fred Hellemeyer, chaplain; luivnt,
chips and 1
I,pop corn and cokes from dip an ap-, regular meeting Seated from left are Louis Pepper, Judge advocate; Orrin CHAMBERSStirts 1
:pointed[ table decorated with an Frank Hearne' Senior Vice Commander Wade trustee; Thomas Watson, quartermaster The
,Advent wreath, with three of ; Ray Gamble, District 7 commander and Nicholas Gentile, trus Intimate On Sunders We. Present ,.,
>the four Advent candles lighted. from Orlando; Walter Watson, com- tee. Carlson Photo. French Quarter p1ELABORATE
Dancing and col'lege I
stories enjoyed before I S
1J'Jo''a I cowi SHOP FOR imx'Asr,
the Miley' fireside --
blazing -
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ending the evening with the -I LUNCH, DINHIK AND UTI SNACKS p.m.
ADULTS . .. S3.25
{Ringing of some of the old and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Holleyare Next Week
CHILDREN ,,,,. $2.00 +
Dew Christmas carols. Honored visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Grady Roberts, Villa y d The Fabulous C rrf
Rica, Ga; and his mother, Mrs. DEC. 28-29-30 MARK WAYNE k//
rJPM Hospital Shower Tea 1)11" llollcy, Weumpka, Ala. M YM root J r Imperial Room and his ZANIACS
during Christmas,
Activity 4 P.M. 1 P.M.
u Monday, Dtc 21 Miss Tens Miley, bride-elect Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blythe, >OK 69UIMIT PINING AT ITS lIST d

Admitted: Rhonda Mallory, of U. William H. 'Kerls was 308 W. Virginia Drive, are entertaining MIVATI DINING! ROOMS AVAILABLE 4?
;Barbara J. Taylor Floyd honored recently with a tea and his parents, Mr. and *0* YOWL CWliJTMAS: r4 HOLIDAY PARTIES.The .
Francis Billy Lee Carpenter, shower by Mrs. n S. Conley and Mrs. W. G. Blythe. of Fleming
iGarold Leonard, Ruth Smith, Mrs. Jack V. Miller Jr. at the burg Ky, during the ChrlM-
,Ruben Hanson, David Joseph Conley home on the Indian Jliv- mss holidays. Enchanting
WWett, Lynn Lehmann, John er.
'Penry, of Titusville; Patricia Harriet Fresh celebrated her
Hedges, of Orlando; Hazel Receiving! the guest at the ninth birthday at the home of( Imperial LoungeNIGHTLY
of Mima; Aster Dent, Iris door was Mrs W. Frank Dar- 'I her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs I
'Abbott, Uarrenton. Ga. den, with Mrs. William H. Burr J. C. Rogers. Ill Hopkins, last f & ENTERTAINMENT,
Discharged: Johnny MalUce, in charge of the guest book. Sunday, r DANCING OR JUST QUIlT

'Phillip Walker Wesley Long The tea table was covered
Katherine Johnson Ceola Anderson Marianne Long of Starke CONVUSATIONNOW
with an Imported hand cut 'In.
of TltusvWe: Josephine I en cloth wild a gold wedding Dan Paler of Keystone Heights, 4r
Owen, Mary L Ranwn, of ring and wedding, bells centerpiece Betty Lee Waugh" and Bob
Christmas\ ; Patricia Uojewoda, flanked by green tapers. Fitzgerald of Bartow will visit APPEARING
'Merritt Island.MIDNIGHT. at the home of Mr and Mrs ,
Assisting Mrs. Thomas L George this
: Fey 'II tt'ttcnd.DON'S .
Henderson serving the punch .4 4 h HITS
COMMUNION and Mrs. Charles r. Durlan with .
the coffee were Mrs Paul T. 1 Floral "
Christmas Eve Candlelight McTler, Miss Bonna Roberts
Communion will be held at the I and Mrs. Bradford M. Critchlry Your flown needs .
.First Presbyterian Church tonight my nxcliltjrt s Direct tram the Dunes In Lit v.. at 11 p.m. 267.8527
service will\ conclude at\
Remember Pay your paper Bo yh RESERVATIONS PLEASE CHARLES 2J7-M2I
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> fl County Cage Tourney

I Cocoa High, defeated only one -
time this year and carrying high
hopes of capturing the State
Class AA basketball championship
title, is favored to win 1
the 1M4 Brevard County Baa t t ;
Cocoa's already eyeing the state Class AA Championship In tetball Tournament In Satellite
basketball Hope no one puts a blackboard in front of their faces Monday evening.
to black out the hopes. But, if It does happen, we encourage the Tttusvi le's Terriers and Melbourne .
Terriers: to be the first to try. High open the tourneyat

Tltusvllle's Terriers, might Just have a chance at that. We S p.m. today In one bracket f
while Eau Gallie and Evans
open up against Melbourne Monday evening at 2 p.m., and on the clash at 4 p.m.
same evening, at 7 p.m. Cocoa meets Central Catholic. So, It's : Late evening games feature
possible, Titusville can defeat Melbourne and Cocoa can romp top ranked Cocoa against C e n-
Central, so the two teams will then meet in the tournament semi tral Catholic at 7 p.m, and Satellite
finals of the top brackets. Beach and Cocoa Beach
Naturally, Cocoa's not going to be easy to down. They've got meet at I p.m. Finals for the Grid Teams Prepare For Bowls
more size and height on their first team than the Terriers have tournament will be held Tues % -'Mi& -
with three.fourths of their squad stacked on top of each other. day night By MURRAY CHASS I the double gold medalist. .
But, Coach Jim Jenkins who coached the Tigers to the run Cocoa, displaying a team Attoclatai Press Sports Writer' "They'll complete some passI -
ner-up title In the state last year, plans to make a return trip nearly as balanced as last year, I on us, but our main concernIs
this season. however lacking one all-stater Wayne Hardin and Ara Par to stop them from getting the
When one says height, they're speaking of guys like Bob and another outstanding performer seghian have their HeLsman I lone bomb." Parseehlan said. l1l..
winning quarterbacks -I
Seemer, 7ft". Roger Woodbury, 66";; and Gary Honeycutt, brings back far boys Trophy Dletzcl and Parseghlan hopeto -
Staubach and John
Roger I
6'5". That'll do for a starter. loads standing of experience.at least 5" tall with Huarte for one more game, I I Herman offset Johnson Hayes potential of Michigan with DONATE PLAQUE-Gary Price, left nated over 1,000 pounds of fish to
j Titusville has one boy who is 6'4" tall and we would Just Titusville students Titusville annual fish during
Tltusvtlle. and Evans are both but Hardin and the South have I State a defensive specialist who I and two High are High's fry I
about venture a guess that Ray Cowart, the only returning senior ranked close for second and Bob Hayes and Jerry has range, speed and size needed shown presenting an "Appreciation the past several years. Also pictured
on the team will handle his portion of the territory under the third place honors. Evans Is expected too. Rhome'l' to stop the South end. Plaque" to Harold Carrow of Carrow's is Donna Parker and Ray Cowart.
basket to be the only team That added duo could Georgia! will have a problemof Fish Market The Fish Market has do -S-A Photo
which can really compete with the difference Friday its own in the Sun Bowl. The
i j" school l record this season for The big bowl weekend comes set for Friday and the Gator
,Tigers. The Terriers, however, North-South college : Bulldogs must\ stop Donnie An.
1 Football bowl games at a glance. Well, here goes.,Texas over Save somewhat surprised !local football game at Miami, one of derson, third.best rusher In the I yards gained rushing by a T I next week with the Rose; Cot I Bowl and East.West game I
and Bowls scheduled for
Kama in the Orange Bowl It's not that we've got anything fans this year. Despite a need three post-season contests nation who also caught 32 pass formation signalcallerThe ton-, -Orange -Sugar-.-------_ -Saturday. --
< against our Southern neighbors, but when Texas goes to a bowl for height and experience the scheduled for this holiday week. es for 396 yards. He ran for (M 'I Blue and Gray squads,
2 game, they go to play football, not eat oranges. I Terriers have lost only one end.Georgia yards, an average of 4.( yards meanwhile, finished up their
Oklahoma over Florida State In the Gator BowL Gonna be game this year. and Texas Tech clash per carry workouts today with Blue Coach
the Sun Bowl at El Paso, match Warmath of Minnesota
watchin' this one on television. Anyway, It'll be Oklahoma we In Georgia has no one to I Murray
while the Blue and Gray Coach Paul Davis of
Tex. Saturday Anderson but
The Red Sooners have vaunted Reds Trout Fish I
say Big one problem, stopping a
and the Gray all star teams Preston Rldlchuber likes to run Mississippi! State both optimistic
passing attack of Tensl and Belenkoff. Southern Cal. dumped I
Biting On ShrimpAt meet at Montgomery, Ala with the ball. In fact, he set a REMOD
Oklahoma early In the season, using Just that type of game. Hardin, who recently resignedas
Nevertheless; *FSU, can't keep up with Oklahoma's brand of Haulovcr Canal coach at Navy there he had

ball. Their defense is not big nor rugged enough. The fellows Haulover, Fox Lake, the Indian Staubach for three years, Is one -- Downtown I IeStE1111 l
from the plains state will be packing a defensive line that will River and most of the of the coaches of the star- Titusville, Fla.
tip the scales on the average of nearly 240 pounds. Not bad for fishing spots In North Brevardare studded South squad.
a bunch of cowpunchers.Nuff reporting good fishing for Parseghlan who helped pull your living room
said about the bowl the holiday weekend. Huarte from the ranks of obscu uto family room or bedroom
Weekly report received from rity to the Helsman Trophy, F Fc
coaches the North along with I PACIFIC
Haulover Included several nice I tor family atop I with GEORGIA -
Sports In general. Jack Miller, City Recreation Director Is catches of trout and red fish. I Paul Dietzel of Army, Hardin'sarchrival ? i
still getting pats on the back right and left lie's out of town Charles McBojhovsky of Orlan for three! years. tTAL"o REAL WOOD PANELING
Staubach with Tulsa'sRhome
this week, vacationing with his parents In Tennessee, but, we've do and a friend caught 45 fish along .
of different kinds and sizes. will have an unusually Kmodlln' to fun when you UM Otor pactk'real:
had three In the Is
people come office and say, "Miller doing .
fine Homer Hoffman and Jay Sulf- speedy target in Hayes, the Carne Hopkins wood pili'Hili. law 4H. pander' are M easy to handle
a Job. ridge also of Orlando caught I Florida A4M flash who Is re and Broad S). quick to Initill. make l any room brighter more
Miller, a scraping who likes to he never runs i
say nice reds and trout during the ceiving his first crack at major NvttbM lee wt coder, and ihooi from 18 pr flnlthd
out of energy has done more for the recreation end of Titusville weekend. Sam Kanallsky of competition. ... lw xxl -f.mlty.proof finish for ,lasting b*.uty.
: than any man we know. Mlms caught S reds weighing 6, The North spent H4 hours i CHRISTMAS TOY SALE
: Suppose the Jaycee's have given up on the Idea of playing I and I pounds. Lloyd Douglas, Wednesday on ways of stopping -
r the Winter Park Parkers in another charity game. They man Titusville, I reds, weighing up -- -- Limited Time Only PANNING LUMBER CO
: aged to edge the Eau Gallle Jaycees several weeks ago In the to 10 pounds and trout averaging Superintendent Ves Bishop at ,I
a Charity Bowl. Haven't heard anything concerning the locals near 4 pounds. I Fox Lake said late lad week 26 NEW U.S. 1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITYI
: playing Winter Park, Like we said they must have abandoned No reports were received from that bass fishing and brim was Sale Starts Saturday Dec. PHONE 217-KSS

the Idea. TltusvUle Pier or Fox Lake. picking up considerably .. ..1
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Everyone'i a child at ChrIst. Christmas to AH" A time limitIs Just can't seem to rememberthe i consequently they drop out, until I +IKKKKrKrKKKKKKKKrKK7KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKx1- yI
mu time and that's why thereto set and the rule is that no whole list and its order so I only one is left. I taKKrrrrK- ,
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family and friends gather as more appears
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game playing Since Christ- the phrase. p. aA i
mu groups usually Include both In other words, words made W ; i,! Ak I
children and adults games that from "Merry Christmas to All' '
1 both can enjoy are best. can include no more than one CHRISTMAS Jl.. AOoy k II
I Tb following games can be "e," "1" or "0," which they; ; ': 1 11 I
played with no special equipment could contain as many as twi"m's" I the light of the :t. ,"'' J iA a
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other than that on hand or three "r's
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Charades...* Since word play involves competition ever guide 'f'12 A
Christmas charades Is a live among its players it i, ui and Inspire ui -, 2
ly game that the whole family advisable to allow the children. In our daily Ii.... '1>', I I 'ti I
will enjoy. to compete against one another 4 AA
Divide the group into two while the adults battle It out j i
teams. Individual members c4( among themselves. I JACKSON'SFLORIST Al A
teams are then called upon to Santa's Sleigh iIt.: '/ 2I AA
act out i word, character,
"Santa's Packing His Sleigh"Is 2GREE..HOUSE I Irr
phrase scene or situation and
k1W11 and since! It., Christmas all the a quiet Christmas game that. I fM N DIXIE (U. S. 1) t I s
provides fun and hearty laugh.ter. :IM..a..a.
charades should have Christmas INDIAN RIVER CITY II
.overtones. 1 one. It member starts simply of the enough group with say. .a........................... 1 V .H
are' on a AI
Subjects' "Santa's packing his sleigh,,
of by the opposing !
slip paper and he's a dog" i' _
bringing toy
team and then passed on to the i 'II
,1 ."actor From here on, It's his Then each person repeats the iI k I I M i'V a
( Lm. job to see how quickly he can sentence, adding another gift o\\\ '
Ir4 get his teammates to guess what to Santa sleigh. The object of M I I!
he Is acting out the game Is to repeat correctly, '- fi i
I The Night Before Christmas in order the complete list of i i
"Jingle Belie" "A Par.Itrldge gifts in Santa's sleigh and It's -' i r .
harder than It sounds
in a Pear Tree and #
"rilling the Christmas StockIng" As the list gets longer and &
of the longer, more and more players .,
arc just some many ,
many subjects that can be used f IIII'IIII
Ward Play. SA
ylt A popular pencil and paper Blooming Holy ,
game is called "word play." i
The object of the game Is to see III s
how many words can be made Thorn Trees1eaullful ck4 A I merry merry
from a phrase such as f'Merry A

SightEvery Ab A I hrtsTmus
i Christmas the' phenomenon s
of the ;
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:Thorn' Tree occurs In England i
t i, 1 and Washington, D.C. i To our loyal patron i iI i Christmastime affords us the chance II
to express our heartfelt gratitudefor a
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.. 1 Tlrutvllfi, (''"IdI.) Sftr-Advocoto) Friday, December 25, ,.

I the lecture at 4:15 p.m ,
I Jehovah's Ihp
Church Of ChristThe
weekly Bible study will be
WitnessesThe I ducted dilcu: a.ng John 5:28: III|
Church Of The Week Church of Christ meetsat
News Passing Over From Death
.. the corner of st. Johns and program to be held at the Life." >
The scheduleof
Hopkins Avenue
Kingdom Hall, 1422 Norwood
4r services Is as follows: Ave is announced by L D. Every Tuesday at(; 8 p.m. ,mother .
? Blink
study is held
Sunday: Bible study, liiO: Shawver, local presiding minister "a.
For Titusville and North Brevard County a.m.; morning worship, 10:50i I as follows: byton God's The Kingdom Great Rules Has '!Fallen" -

Deadline For Church News on These Puts I P. If. Wednesday .m.. evening service, I p.m. Sunday at 1 p.m. a public Bible .

Midweek Bible study Is on lecture will be given by a Thursday at 7:30: p.m t '11'

I Wednesday at 7 p.m. I representative of the Watchtower Theocratic Ministry school I n,
Bible classes are provided for Society, E. Blowers, whose held followed at 8:30: pm h
First Baptist, Mims St. Teresa'sHours all age groups both Sunday I subject Is, "What Is God's View the weekly service meeting: 17
morning and Wednesday night of Image Worship Following
Worship services are held at
of ----
worship at St TI- Mrs. Betty Delhi has recently
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Sunday at
resa's Catholic Church are an- been appointed to teach the Primary -I
o First Baptist Church, Mime, FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
with Rec. Joseph E. Boatwright nounced as follows by Rev. Father Class (ages 3-1)) which. 1027 Park Are. TUUl Ur.
meets in Room No. 4 on Wednesday
John B. O'Hare
as : ,
pastor pastor:
u I Sunday Masses: 7, 830: 10 night Mrs Dru Goodner Sun. School. 9:45 am. Worship Hour. 11 a.m.
is fot. The Church calendar for the and 11:30: I.m. Is now teaching the Intermediates Youth Fellowship, 6 p.m. Evangelistic Hour

week includes: I (Ages 1-8)) on Sunday morning Wed. midweek service, 7 p.m.
Sunday, 15 p.m., Youth and Weekly Masses: Monday This class meets in Room 7pm. MINISTER
Adult choir rehearsal through Friday, 8 a.m.; Satur No. 1 THOMAS REAM.
Monday, 10 a.m. Beginner day, Bam. Maurice W Jackson Jr., tha Scriptural- -tered-Everyone Welcome

Choir rehearsal; 3;:45 p.nt, I Confessions Saturdays, 4-1 and minister Invites all to attend Infants & Toddlers Nursery
Primary Choir rehearsal 78 pm these services of the church

Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., Alice I l 1
Caventa Circle meeting at home
of Mrs. Jean Kennedy.

Wednesday, 1:30: p.m., Sunbeams -
GA's, RA's, YWA'., Officer .
Teacher improvement

meeting; 7:30: Hour of Prayer,
8:30: Adult choir rehearsal.
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T- Thursday, 7:30: Watch Night Eartht
. Service. -- on *
C.ntrall.ptlat Church Choir Presents Cantata

enlral Baptist Church Choir First ChurchOf

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Presenls Christmas Canlata tV" =' t/ssl services of the First i t ? ..and Happy Birthday, to our Lord.
'fI'Ma.1f Church of God wW begin at 10 It Is traditional but more significant than

o'clock this Sunday morningwith any birthday in human history. !
At the service of Central Greatest of the
Story Ages.
Sunday School classes y sl There ia to Christmas than tinsel and
Baptist Church, last Sundaythe Among those taking part in
There will be classes for all I 1 ; u
Adult Choir, under the direction this wonderfully inspiring program glittering gifts.: On that day, the word f
of Jimmy Thompson, Min were Mary Ann Creel, ages \ cf God became flesh and dwelt among us. Love

ister of Music, presented John Soprano; June Jones, Alto; The morning worship service literally came down at Christmas... a new
W. Paterson's Christmas Canta Jill Cox, Tenor; Bucky Banks, wW follow at II:45 o'clock with birth to cheer and redeem.It is the birthday
y s
ta "Love Transcending", a very Don Bishop and Sandy De- the pastor, Rev. Ronald Holder, of the greatest teacher-the sublimest

inspiring presentation of the Loach, Baritones; Jim Stokes ,bringing the morning message preacher-the "Good Shepherd," the
Bass; Pianist Mrs. Elizabeth The Youth Fellowship will r'"
"Son of God, the "Saviour of Mea"Then
Bailey and Narrator was Mr meet In the pastor's home, 3374 .1C
First Methodist Larry Naylor I Elder Street, on Sunday eveningat let us not disgrace this Holy "t !
Read Matthew 2:11-21 I p.m.The ; Day, Christ's Birthday, through : xy
Morning worship will be held The program began at 7:30: .e sinful celebration or cheap w*
Then, their treasures -
at 1:30: 11:45: and Ham. Sunday I midweek service
morning at First Methodist p.m."Unto Prelude Them Was on the Born piano a Say was they offered him gifts, gold and will be held on Wednesday prayer evening ; living. Happy Birthday, Jesus! ,
Church with Rev. E. W. Norman frankincense and myrrh. (Matthew r
or", The Adult Choir as a processional 2:11 RSV at 7:30: p.m.
speaking on the theme : )
into the Church The services of the First I
"And The Next The 11 sang At Christmas time last I
Day" "0 Come all Ye Faithful". Rev year Church of God are presently beIng
o'clock service will be broad. UcAUIster then a was standing In line at the post conducted in the old IRC
cast over radio station WRMP. gave prayer office waiting to mall some
following which he welcomed Post Office Building at the corner
The Indian River Lodge No. 90, visitors to the Church. A carol, packages. In front of me wasa of Hopkins and Coquina.
Free and accepted Masons, will "Joy To The World" was then very lovely elderly lady witha This congregation Is associated
be guests during the 11 o'clock sung A scripture reading was large package. with the Church of God whose

worship service. given by Mr. Naylor,'the Narrator When she arrived at the counter general offices are in Anderson,.
Church School under the Ind
; she inquired of the postal
of Sid Carraway will I
clerk if her package was wrapped
The Christmas Cantata
begin at 8:30: and at 145: a.m. was
all lie assured her it
with classes for all ages then rendered, followed by tho
was. As she turned from
Church School under the Offertory. The Benediction was
supervision the counter, she said to him, Attend
and the Choir
of Sid Carraway will given gave i re II
"Please take care of that package t.v o '
8:30 and 11:45 sponse. Y trr
begin at : at : a.m. all
for I have my love
with classes for all ages Personnel on duty at the Cen wrapped up in it" Services
Youth recreation will be held,
tral Baptist Church consists of Wrapping Christmas packagesmay I
from 1:30 until 7:15 with +
: : pm.
Rev. D. V, McAllister Pas
be considered an ordeal or
choir, orchestra practice, snack tor;: Herb Walters as Mission This '
and It may be thought of as an oc
supper meetings. Evening: .
Pastor Elizabeth Jenkins
casion for Including our love in >
worship will be held at ':30 I
Music Director and Minister
I Sunday I every package wrapped When
pm. '
; Kindergarten, Peggy Cox,
the wlse'men prepared their Weekat
A banquet honoring
Millie Toney and Nadine Mount. .
and servicemen from gifts, surely they must have Included
Custodian is Johnnie Mullins. love for the Christ child,
tbe church will be held in Hen/
nessey Hall on Monday eveningat for they travelled many miles
t pm. sponsored by the Trinity Lutheran to find Him. Your Own

Woman's Society of Christian This Christmas should also remind
Service with Mrs. Tom Morgan, Christmas Eve worship serv us of how much love God
Secretary of Campus Ministry. ices will be held tonight at 7:30: wrapped up In Ills gift to the Place
at Trinity Lutheran Church on world In the of His Son 4 V V
Tuesday at 7:30: p.m., the 11 person +3J
..m. choir will hold rehearsalin Hopkins Avenue, to.worship the Prayer: Our heavenly Father, !L\
the Sanctuary new-born Christ. we thank Thee for Thy great
Sunday morning worship will love for us expressed by Thy of Worship _
The Boy Scouts will meet at begin at 1013: A nursery for gift of Thy Son. We pray that
Dlanton Park at 1:30: p.m. Wed' small children is conducted and the love we have for Him may
ne day. The 9:45: a m choir will coffee and kool.aid are served find expression In all our giving
hold rehearsal in the Sanctuaryon following the service. In His name and for Ills sake.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Amen e d
Sunday School begins at I,
\\elcoi + On
A Watch Service will be
Night with classes for all ages, includ Thought for the Day: "If I
held from 11 to 12 p.m. Doc. 31, ing a class for adults A nursery give away all I have, but
New Vear'i Eve. This service (for small children Is conducted have not love, I gain nothing."
will be sponsored by the Junior during Sunday School for children Charles P Knight (Kansas)
High Methodist Youth Fellowship ------- -- ----
under thl'l'e.The -- -- --- --- This Church Future is sponsored and supported by:
and the entire church family
First Year ConfirmationClass
is Invited to attend.
will be held Tuesday evening
from I to 7. The Primary PUBLICIZE YOUR Ray Nelson Insurance Agency Master Cleaners

Good Shepherd Choir will rehearse Tuesday at Big Apple Plaza S. Hopkins at Titusville City Limit
LutheranOn 1:30: the Junior Choir at 7, followed SERVICES OR
by the Adult Choir at 7:30.:
the Sunday after Christ. The Second Year Confirmation SPECIAL EVENTS Burger King Fransen's Drive In RestaurantNorth

man, Pec 27, divine worship Class meets Wednesday U. S.1, Titusville and Employees, South Washington .
services: will be held at Band evening from 6 to 7. Meditation ON THIS PAGE Titusville
10:30: a.m. The sermon theme Time, a time for quiet prayer '
selected by Rev Arnold F and meditation, will be provided Duff Electric Titusville 's .

Claus is "The Visit of the Ma on Wednesday evening from v.u'u be pleased with the response reu pt frees r..chInt Mr. and Mrs. H. Guy Duff Edwards Realty

gi", with the text from Matthew 7 to 7:30. tM peep!. .f North 1.r41 C.unty thnuIt Mae star.Advecate Joe and Mary Edwards

2:1-12. church '01. A paid .4Y1rtllo"ent the sine .f Canaveral Rambler Baldwin Shopping Center

Nursery facilities will be available Church Of God this .nneunc''ont will COlt rou only' $5.00 per 1,111I. Call Phone AM 7-1343 .1,
for small children during 267-4711 far tho services' d If ,
.ne cur .d..rtl.ln on. Brevard Mutual Ins
the second service. Of Prophecy Agency, Inc.

The Sunday School, including The Church of God of Prophecy Rinker Materials Corp. Downtown Titusville
the Junior and Senior Bible lilt\ Norwood Ave. 0 A.
-- --- -- -- West Orange, Ph. AM 7-5900 f
classes: and the Pastor's Class, Dudding, pastor, announces The Employees of
will meet at 115: a m. Sunday services as follows: WELCOME TO THE as Suburban
afternoon at 3 o'clock the Sen Sunday: Sunday School, 1:1: woos Duffy's I Propane

Joe Walther League will meet am.; Morning worship, 10:45: \ Mims, Florida)
No meetings have been siheOuled a m.; Evangelistic message, i 7 First Baptist First Federal Savings & Loan Association
for the week follow
inI w55s5 Town Motel Downtown TitusvilleBaird's
Christmas 7 p m., Bible study.
There will be a special Now Friday, 7 p.m., Youth pro- Church Downtown Titusville
Year's Eve Communion servlw, ram with Emma Dudding in ,t". !M Mobile Home

at 7:30: p.m.. Dec 31 charge Of Mhns '""" """ Threlkeld's Standard Service i Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa, Florida

I wtlu Downtown Titusville, AM 7-9927 ,
FIRST f. Luke Cain
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The Heart Of. The Community" MORNING WORSHIP Indian Rive City, Florida I :214 Palm, Titusville .
1155 A. M.
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Sunday School . . . . MS A.M. Slavic rAl p, M. I '; .. Mims, Florida .
Training Union . . . . 1115 A.M.7t30 :. ,, W. E Kennedy ;
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Sunday Evening Worship . . . P.M. "The tad Ot Your & Winstead Inc. Bkik ;
Bryan-Conway furniture
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the Indian service River of City worship Methodist for ,I Christian Scientist St.R.GabrM.. W.. Sunnier Episcopal ForgutMt Church the can change Christmas YOUR Story life For It it has is + + +

Church will be held Sunday In healing will be the been told for century after century
the new church building located theme of a Bible Lesson to be Have you ever waited breathlessly spreading to every continent
across from Indian River presented In all Christian Science for some very exciting and country. It has been
Height on Highway 50 at II churches this Sunday The thing to happen a trip or a told from the pinnacles of
..m. Rev. Marvin A. Boyles, subject is "Christian Science." festive day? or a gift? earthly greatness to the refuge
minister from North Carolina, Included in the Scriptural Two thousand years ago the of fugitives In the caves and
till bring the message of the readings are the words of Jesus world was waiting for some dens of the earth. It has been Equals More Than
hour, "No Room," Rev Boyles : "But the Comforter, whichIs thing to happen. A Saviourwas known by a bride and bridegroom
the Holy Ghost, whom the
ig studying for the ministry in coming. The prophets In a little country
north Carolina and Is the son I Father will send in my name, many centuries before had foretold church and a child as he goes
of Mr. and Mrs. James Bojles he shall teach you all things of the Saviour's coming for the first day of school, It
of 623 Bryon Avenue, and and bring all things to your remembrance God had promised His people a has given strength to men goIng -
brother of Jim of whatsoever I have redeemer. Men had read and reread into battle. It has given
Boyles the
tame address. said unto you" (John 14:21): ). the Joyous words the vision and victory to a lonely
scribes had written. And the soul at the point of death.
Sunday School for all readings from "Sd- 0/0/
will be held from (:.43 am. to ence and Health with Key to theScriptures" high priests prayed while the I Yes, the Message: "For unto
10:33: am. The nursery will be by Mary Baker Ed. people hoped. Wise men scan you is born this day In the city 4
available during the Sunday dy will include these lines (p. ned the Heavens for the Star of David A Saviour, which is
School and the worship hour for 271)): "Christ's Christianity Is which would announce to the i Christ the Lord" is still the
Infants and small children. The the chain of scientific being reappearing waiting world the birth of a .heart of Christmas. U can

church will be open from 4:15: in all ages, maintain. new King. come alive If you will only let I
pm. for Youth recreation. A big its obvious correspondencewith That star did appear and withit it This Christmas gather the I
snack supper will be served the the Scriptures and uniting the message: "For unto youIs whole family together and read
youth at 5.15 all periods in the design of God born this day In the City of to them the Christmas story I
: and the Methodist
Youth David a Saviour which Is Christ from the Gospel of St. Luke. I
Fellowship program will First Church of Christ Scientist the Lord," The events that were Make the words live. Let them When Compounded Quarterly
begin at 3:43: ,m.
p Titusvllle, holds Sunday
to follow changed the lives of flU your heart with their warm I
Sunday Evening Fellowship services at 11 a,m. and Wednesday the wise I
shepherds men, a th. Then the Good News will
will be held beginning at 7:30: testimony meetings at 8 group of fisherman, a publican, fill your soul for you will\ know
p.m. in the chapeL There will pm. at lot Baldwin Shopping ruler of
a the temple, the that this is the Greatest Story
be an "informal Center. Sunday School for children
hymn-sing" Roman Empire and men and ever told."Belhlehems".
followed by a discussion and a i up to the age of 20 convenes
period of fellowship for all the I at 11 ai m. in the Chamber
lane ly, of Commerce building. All There Are
There will be are welcome
no Boy Scout Citizens BankAnnounces
Troop No.
370 meeting this states, all over the live candlelight carol and com
Monday. The Girl Scouts have First Presbyterian Inited: States, can boast of having munion service.
also called
off their meeting
their little townof
(or the week. The Sanctuary "Adventuring With Christ" very Traditional.' since 1741
Bethlehem.In .
Choir will\ have its rehearsal will be the topic of the sermon Celebrated, complete with t
by the Rev. Charles W. Bates New England, for exam organ and orchestral music
Wednesday at 7:30: in the .
pm. ple, there's a named Bethlehem
place In the Central Moravian Chunh
chapel. pastor, at the 8.30: and 11 a,m. : ,
In New Hampshire, and It has been a tradition since
worship services Sunday at First
Laymen of the church are
another in Connecticut
1741, when Count Nicholas
urged to make plans to attend Presbyterian Church. There is a
the Bishop's Convocation in church-hour nursery for children I Moving across country, Beth. Zinzendorf. holding a lighted
Stewardship at Lakeland January to age six at the late sere tehems are found In I'eMS)!I. candle, led his people into a cabin
vania, Maryland, Kentucky, and named their settlement
9 from 10;00 am. to 4:00 ice only Effective I
pm. A Sub-District Church: Sunday School, with classesfor Mississippi, Georgia, Indiana Bethlehem In honor of the Christ January 1,1965

Extension Dinner will be held all, convenes at 9.45.: Jun and Iowa. Child.
January 14, hour to be ior-Ill and Senior-Ill Youth People from nearby communities Decorated tree also play an
announced and neighboring states flock Important part during Bethle
later. The Men's Club is Groups meet in the church at
7 to Bethlehem, Conn,, every hem's nationally/ famous
sponsoring a "Bar-b-Q" for the pm.First Christmas to have their greeting Christmas festival on the HilltoIIUl -
church January It, Saturday. card envelopes Imprintedwith bridge connecting various
There will be no charge for the Christian IRC Interest PaymentsAt
a special seasonal parts of the city
Bar B.Q"
and all
members and message, then mailed from the Every Christmas since 1951, a
friends of the church The First Christian Church ol
are .
town post office. 60 foot Mar erected by towns
to Indian River services for
the City
bring family Recrea Last year, due to the demand, people has guided visitors to
tion has also been planned. For Sunday include the following:
there were 10 different erecting Bethlehem Ga.
additional information contact Bible school) at 9 a.m. followed designs available for Christmascard On Christmas night a carol
Mr. John G. Bevel, 2(76461.Episcopal by preaching and the Lord' senders. service is held beneath the star. The Rate :

Supper at 10 am. Sermon subject Crtch Is Cwtttructtd.
of the morning service will Also contributing to the holiday
The schedule for St Gabriel's be "Love In three Aspects". atmosphere In Connecticut'ssemi Reindeer
Episcopal Church, as announced Subject for the 7 pm. Sunday official Christmas town.

follows by :Father Ferguson, is as evening"Purchased; worship for a Purpose"service. Is Is nuns the at creche a nearby constructed, Benedictine by Than Al Slari

On Saturday. Dec. 21, at ':30a monastery. Of 4/0/ Per AnnumCOMPOUNDED
Wednesday meetingand
,m. there will be a celebration Bible study prayer will be held at In the creche, which emphasizes 'Now Dasher? now Dancer'
or Holy Communion for the the primitive simplicity of now, Prancer and Vixen! On,
Feast of St Stephen. the home of Dwight Spengler, the Nativity, are life sized Comet! on Cupid! on, Donder
On 138 Michols Road urea of the Virgin and l< and BWzen!
Sunday Morning Prater
The church Is hold.
will be said at 7.15: am.: Holy Ing services at the presently Indian River dressed In peasant garb, fIg'j Here, Just as !Santa said them, QUARTERLYON
Communion will be celebrated crib with the Christ Child, are the names of tho "eight tiny
Civic Center and L.
at 7:30: am.; Sunday School for Craddock City is minister, Clay ered by a bright reindeer" who drew his "min ALL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
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the fourth grade and up will quilt 1 iature sleigh, according to
meet at I a.m.; Family Euchar At Christmas, the nuns also poem, "A Melt from SL Nicho
ist will\ be celebrated at 10 a,m.; St. James Missionary make, and offer for sale, lu." ONE YEAR
The Sunday School third grade Baptist ChurchThe glcally Inspired tree Utur'l But, since Moore wrote h I 11 WAIT NO LONGER NECESSARY
and below will meet at 10 am. ments. poem in ISM, Santa must have
under the direction of James St James Mission. Each Christmas, added some new reindeer It's
llunnls Jr. ary Baptist Church Choirs of Pa, Is the scene of an Impres- I certain that he. has at least one
On Monday. Dec. 28, Holy I Mlms are sponsoring a commun famous sleigh puller not mentioned
Communion will be celebrated ity carol! singing tonight (Christmas Drive-In ChurchLeslie In the poem the red-
for the Feast of the Holy Innocents Eve) at 130: to 7 p,m. I nuked! Rudolph. made before
at 9:30 a,m. Everyone is Invited to c o m e Sparks, minister, will Rudolph made his first public Deposits on or
On Wednesday, Dec. 30. Morning and enjoy these few minutes of, speak at the Crown Drive-In! appearance In 1'31, In the long .
Prayer will be said followed fellowship and exchange of Theater Sunday, I a.m,, on the! "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
by Holy Communion.On Christmas spirit at the corner of I subject, "The Beginning and the ," with words and music by THE 11th OF JANUARY
Thursday, Dec. 31, Palmetta Avenue and Route 40. End". Johnny Marks.
the Holy Communion will be A special treat. "This Is Your He will review the nine weeksIn i The story of Rudolph whose I
celebrated at 6:30; a m; 7 pm. Life", sponsored by the steering which the Drive-In Church 'red mme made him first a Joke EARN INTEREST AS OF THE
Choir Rehearsal; 7.30; p.m., committee, will be displayed at has been holding services aDd i and then a hero, seems to have
Adult Confirmation Class. 2pm. plans fur the future developmentof the Indefinable appeal that
On Friday Jan. 1, Holy Communion The public Is Invited to attend the services of the Church. makes a Yuletide tradition As I FIRST OF THE MONTH
will be celebrated at 11 each of the services of the This congregation Is a Brotherhood tile other reindeer In the song'
am. day. activity: of the Disciples predicted, when Rudolph's red
of Christ sponsored by the First none! led the team through a I
First Baptist Church Central Baptist, Christian Church (Disciples of I I dark, overcast Chrlxtma Eve, I
Christ l t), Melbourne, Florida : it seems likely he'll go down In
First Baptist Church offer I I. R. C. and the Daytona Beach Yuletide history, a permanentpart

three worship services each Central Baptist Church of Indian Drive In Christian Church (Disciples j of the legend and lore of I Matt CITIZENS BANK md gel Ik. FULL STORY of HIGHER
Sunday. The early service begins of Christ). Santa Claus,
at S.30; o'clock with special River City, Rev D. V. Mc BANKrHO.Citizens !
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music and a message by the Allister, pastor, announced: the
Pasta W. S. HardIn, follow Ing service for th ''
Sunday School begins at 9.43; week:

a m. with graded nurseries I Sunday: Sunday School, 9 43 (An Amtrktn Luttv c.n Oiwrch)
classes and departments for .
a m.; Morning worship I II
all Cradle Roll Infants 140 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
ages I
rehearsal ;
| Youth Choir pm.
and extension visitation and literature I Baptist Training Union: I,30 INDIAN RIVER CITY II
for the aged shut ins 1 service, 7:30: ;
on !Sunday, I'Adult p m ; Choir Evening practice, 1.43 SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . 1100....

Regular morning worship at i Monday, 730; pm., Budget CHURCH SERVICES . bill ....
11. Special music and a mea
Committee meeting
lag by the Pastor on "Relig I II W. Extend A Cordial Welcome To You
ious Boom Moral Bust". Tuesday 10 am. WMU
Training Unions meet at 113pm meets: i.JO; pm., RA boys, CLAUD I. THAN. puts

tor all age groups. meet 7 p.m., n A Girls
Evening worship Is at 7:30. meet: !1- -I :

A Student Night At Christmas I Wednesday (30 pm., Of.
will be observed by our Young ficers-Teachers meeting also
People and Students Beginner and Primary Sun TITUSVIllE DRIVE-IN
Midweek Prayer Service Is beams. Junior and Intermediate !I

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traditional to serve turkey at the In the United States and t
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SHOPPING CENTER carp or fried eel is the very from all over. Americans
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winter, residents of the Northern "
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Australians, South Americansand :i-
others who enjoy summer y
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own contributions to Christmas I .
r grt around the world. For instance,
t there's Santa white 0 bearded i is a time for family and
and red-suited, who is now replacing
y friends..for exchanging gifts and
St. Nicholas and other
Yule gift givers in many coun- Qe r greetings..a
tires. ayi good will.May we express our thanks

In Greece I v with best wishes for a happy holiday.
Young people! of Greece foretell .
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The sound and scents of Chrbtmas fin tie air with Joy and leaves on the burning Yule log. C6rfe mae for*w May friend and Ap : from all the staff at. .
merriment. May your Day be filled with these pleasure, Tradition decrees that if the Irons.Thank ywi for yww gmmtm Mppori.WHITAKER i
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ground and mixed their own
act our friends on this Blessed Christmas. pigments to achieve the colors \1 CHILD the giving and receiving of gifts It but a (

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like to extend best wishes and warm k heavenly host when the birth of
greetings to allCHIEF the Saviour was announced to Christmas\ carols first were
the shepherds on the plains of written in scholars Latin. The d
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of the Nativity, the Incarnation
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scene and sang hymns to the
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Christ Child.
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I i .1. source of this quotation appear to achieve \listing :
Paa Christmas' Ii ed In the first collection of Eng Ali your head with puce on\ eirtb. :

C :. ProyKp.aa ; lish carols, printed In 1J21, and the greatest Joy and pt c* I
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A" carol sung at Sl John's, while .
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and Mrs. Robert N. Sullivan 2 Bohemia In the 10th century | f
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TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA A PLAZA SHOPPINO this generosity on Christmas

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in Christmas stories and carols,
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4-r story of the shepherdess who visited
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Christmas Party TerrierTales _.....

hrlstmas party was held :

esday afternoon at the IIaI' ; AFTER CHRISTMAS
of Mr, and Mrs. John J.I

542 'Jupiter Street, for i
Cffjw YARD
children Lois, Linda, BY \ SALE'WOODCREST'

and Lisa (four "La"). I I a1A DON HEMKECMstmts a

e present were Nadean,
ante Byron and Leslie

Wayne Eric and DeanatBezant Frofrom Given COTTONSIN
Melinda and David qr Titimllle Hip Advanced Chorus, under the direction of Joe

1l1e). Brenda and Dana Lay. Courson and accompanied on the piano by Dill Rodriques gave
can,' Reglne Spangler It annual Christina Program Monday night at the Parent.Teacher 2 TO 10 YARD

Kathy, Kenneth and Karen k meeting and again Tuesday morning at the School Christmas \

jerrttteld, Alfred Perry, Gwen. assembly 1 DRESS LENGTHS
JfoIYne and Kenneth UpUie- 4M Th. chorus, numbering slightly over eighty voice, were
>crave, Sharon and Palua 4} dressed in white gowns.

KHoJmes Janis Ambrose, t 4 The assembly was opened with a reading from the Bible by

"Pamela' Booth Richard and Tricia Taylor, followed with prayer by Pat Mitheny.
Linda, Mills. Rev Brakefleld of Cocoa give a talk on Christmas and what
'be'cptldrel'i :flayed games, It mean. to some Individuals. "To some people," he said, "it 'J.28CYARD

pang! ChrIIitmas'lbJ and after'retreshments mean. getting out of school for two weeks and the let get .
: were served, they get spirit" He went on to sty he likes to think of Christmas asa
[tow, gifts, from "grab bags" -
state of mind aDd a season or day
'and received party favon. Mrs. The Four "It" and their friends at Yule
party. "During World War I on that first Christmas 151he
I Kenneth Bezant, Mrs. Harold
said "religious leader tried to get a cei .-fire but It wit no
IttarttHeld, Mn. E. R. Layman,
fitrs.1 Byron Curtis Mrs. Edgar was held last Sunday at the Island and other cities near Verona, Ontario Canada have use However when midnight came, then was a sudden silence.
pruiey, Mrs. Pete Holmes Susu -I home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nyack. She also does therapy arrived to spend a few days even la the 'no mia'a land', and everyone begin shaking hind
'aad Cindy Johnson and Judy Ruiz. Guests were Mr. and patterns once a week on a young here visiting Mr. and Mn Chip with his fellow man This WH all he could do to remember his
:tfweeaey assisted Mrs. LinkyMth Mrs.. Frank Corio and children girl afflicted with cerebral pal Wager of Pritchard Street home, and the fellow mm symbolized his loved ones. MACHINE
preparations., Rachel, Dorothy* Christina and sy She belongs to the "Missionary "Later In the night when all was silent from the German been
,, Bud and Mrs. W M. Andersonand Crusaders" and will tour there cime several words and a second later from the American WASHABLE

{OId Familiar Holiday son Donald, all of Cocoa. the Eastern States with them 30 New BooksIn tines came these almost forgotten words, 'and a Merry Christmas and COLORFAST
." fi S, CelebraflenI These families all became acquainted during part of March and April to you too KrsuU.1
I last Monday: the home ofKMilU when the Ruiz's lived The group will be at the Chris. During the program the chorus featured both secular and Excellent Bargains

} Toney 210 Browne in a trailer park in Cocoa., Also Ian Church and here Missionary Alliance, I Al LibraryThirty tiered music. Among the songs were; "0 Holy Night,*' "A Latin
on Saturday
>1 .an "old fashioned holiday ( and Clare, the children of the new books have been ..," and many others. Director Joe C url ne asked the

,:Oration", as!the J.O.Class tie-I Ruts family. The youngsters Teachers Named received at the Titusville Public entire student body and faculty to Join singing m yeses of
.Central Baptist Church held exchanged gifts and enJoyed Library this week The list In 'Adeste Fldelt," (0 Come All y. Fiithrul) and two verses of
hrishnuke'spve homemade candies cokies and Under direction of room moth. eludes: 'Silent' Night'1 in unison. The chorus ended Its program with

P ion of the Birth soda er chairman, Mrs Kenneth Juvenile the carol, "HiUelujih", In conclusion principal Truraaa G.
tt Christ Stuckey, the wife of Ken Stwk- "Now It's rail" Lois Len-
was narrated by Mrs. Christmas by Scirborough wished every one a Merry Christian and a Happy
Toney. Mrs. Gladys Holder Homecoming ey president of Coquina PTA, ski; "Nurse Matilda" by and Sift New Year
iang "Away in the Manger" Arriving home for Christmasat there was an arrangement made Cnrlstlanna Brand; "The Gold ass
ro Come All Ye railWuT! with the C. S. Jackson home on for a substitute teacher for each en Touch" by Hawthorne Tale: Mth turns Olven T t t t ,
')Irs. Kae Andre at the piano. U. S. 1, are Mr. and Mrs. Sid, classroom at Coquina Elementary Plppl Goes On Board" by Ast
Mrs. Wallace lOUt math teicber her daises
;pGroup singing "as'also enjoyed 1 ney Jackson, of Detroit Sidney School. Under this arrangement rid Llndgren "The Boys' Bookof give a
l'I1th many favorite Christmas ,L a the Jackson's eldest son He PTA mothers and one Engines Motors and Tur variety on Tueiidiy as the give a test that she found at the
!varols ringing In the home. II 'a troubleshooter for the father will act as substitute bines" by Alfred Morgan University of rlorida. It wn a test where we bad to mitch a

|;; A varied assortment of holiday Park Davis Company there and teachers should the necessity Nino' by \alentl Angelo. rld goodies was served by the bas worked (or this same firm arise This arrangement!: precludes "Mystery Behind Dark Mind. which we found quite amu.tnl'bere: people go for eommrttini .4\
hostess and teacher Mrs. for' ; more than U years. Tbe disruption of classes In ows" by Mary C Jane; "Fred crimes Prism (Prison). A dessert PI (pie). How may I I !
1oneyt$ Those present were Sidney Jackson are accom- the event of any one teacher: Is dy and the Perilous Adventure"by mike a sweater Unit (you knit). How to dig a ditch Digit a v
i Mrs.a guest: from panted by their children, Sid Jr unavailable for any reason. Walter R Brooks; "The (dig It). Untidy kitchen floor Fulcrums (fun of crumb). What M
t Jllmi Baptist Church, Rev. and '17, and daughter, Susan 12. This was one of the projects of True Story of Sir Winston you do with a worm Coefficient (go a flshln'). Smart Ume i ,
D. V. McAllister with Their eldest daughter recently the Education Committee of the Churchill: British Statesman' piece Clockwise (wise clock). A no good doubling bum _
little Susan as a special married Bruno Zanlengo of Coquina PTA and has now been by Arthur H. Booth; "The Miracle LPCUI (low cusi). What to do when it rilns Coincide (go Inside
Members present were Orlando, and will also meet at, put Into effect Last Tuesday to of Vitamins" by Doris ).
the Jackson home for Christ cap all other effort, fried chit*. 'labor
Gladys Holder Mrs. 1 *
11'1 Williams, Mrs. Ginger mas. In addition to all these, en dinners were brought Into the "The Story of the Second Te Sheet Te Classify

Mrs. Andrey, Mrs Mrs. Ellen Free, daughter of library of the school where holl World War" by Katharine Say Most of the clubs are not doing much presently, Holding off ka1,
day punch was served along
and the hostess the Jackson is staying with with nuts and mints This was age; "Calendar Moon" by until after the Christmas boUd.)'.. However, there ire eicrp. Fb.
them at this time and her Natalia
Belting; Cowboy
Ions The Science
Club bid IU Chrlitmii party Wednetdiy at
sponsored by the PTA, duringthe
Sharon Calson. and Lola
Dinner Guest daughter by Lenskl; "Did
lunch hour After the gymnasium The Drama Club hn completed tilting for
her cousin trom
Lester You
jfafft'and Mrs. Ernest C.nones will also visit the Jackson Luther Rogers principal witha "Journey Say Jugs1"Cake by Tony Hoi"Palazzo by Its play, "No Time for Ginger,1* Understand It'll be put M stage PLUS MORE

1380 Locke Street entertained home. sweater the secretaries of the Ruth Sawyer. sometime In January They've worked en reheirsils for about OF THESE SPECIAL
Douglas engineer school were also remembered Adult' two week. The lunch room also got la the Christmas spirit\ by PRICED MATERIALSILeisure

fllibejt Fine of Santa Monica, Christmas Everyw: ,reChrslmaa with gifts Custodians and cafe. "Spotlight for Megan" by giving away cookies and other desserts Tuesday to anyone wba
terla workers were ajso. pre I bought their lunch. The Christmii trees hive base pretty around
'es; at dinner one evening : Marcm Miller: "Your Future1 In
t.t "(reek. at Coquina Elementary Rented gifts Mrs. Muriel. the Electronic Computer Field' THS.: One large tree was placed la the lunch room and aontheIn
School is evident Chrelst, curriculum co ordlna. I by Dause L Bibby "Reminis the gymnasium The one I la the gym It about the largest In
. rom North Carolina everywhere. Windows paint. tor of the school, read a parody cences" by Douglas;MacArthur town It measures over IS feet ft U our bop*.that everyone .kn
ed like on "Tv>as the Night beforeChristmas" ; Prints
\ Mrs\S. M, Haynes from North stained glass, religious Rupert Brooke" by ChrUtoph a Merry Christmas end Hippy New Tear during the Christmas

1aroli.fta Is spending the month !scenes bulletin, Santa boards Claus, beautiful gag gifts, and with carol singing appropriate was er Hassall: "The Molly Vicition and returns safely to ichool I on January 4, INI,
, expressing
af|December with her sister Christmas enjoyed Maguires" by It sync G. Broehl
f of 1650 Locke greetings, and other
v Bridges Jr Fine
remembrances were evident In 11.iii Assortment Sport Prints .
"The Bible
all achool-rooms throughout Many Thanks' as History In
December. Mrs Delores Surroncy of 121 Pictures' by Werner Keller: Dress Lengths All First Quality
Birthday "french Furniture" LAND si y
Children Byron Avenue, has Just reiuined by Jaque- o
Bald King Jr, son of MrMrs. helped decorate and i line Vlaux t 'I
from Miami 1 after a month's "Rffinishlng FurnJ.ture"
also made CLHAMBDDITCHKB ,' Material.
I ( Donald King, 915 and dad.. the many gifts mon'TheShepherd's !stay where her daughter. Debra by H W Kurn; "The
Cleveland Road, celebrated his Christmas" underwent kidney surgery at Burden and the Glory" by
(fourth birthday last Monday was ,Jackson President John F
to all Memorial Hospital, for Kennedy,
iWtt a trip to Orlando to visit given To cap the second time this It Is 'Farnham's freehold" by Robert /
this year Reg.
all last .
Tuesday the P T A
"Uncle Valt" A.
0 popular proftjfitn understood) that this second operation rj
on television Accompany.ing room mothers were in charge was successful Mr I .endetta for the Saint" by LAND 47C69c
. him were his mother, his of a Christmas party with refreshments Leslie Charten!
and Mrs Dennis L Surrency ; "The Third !'OlIMtDSLIVsLID I. -
AM sisters, Klnl and Kelley, his at the for all the children have expressed appreciation to Day' by Joseph Itiyes. "The YARD
"Wsin, llls Sandra King and a refreshments Children enjoyed their friends for their prayers j 'Strangers on My Roof" by E ;, -
::1 nd, Patti Marr. Doonie had and exchanged and concern during the Illness | Anxx Robertson; "The lloetag
honor of being Uncle Malt's gifts. of their children the I'ei' by Elizabeth Ann ._
past Cooper ---- -----------
ickhouse aid" Christmas Activities, )'ear. |::Surf.ridingits: Thrills and
Techniques" by 0. B. Patenun r I
The Junior Girls' .
1 Wins Translator Sunday Christmas Party |
school class of
the Christian
ne> of the recent winners of Members of the Fellowship PONDS r
; 6-transistor radio set given Missionary Alliance Church met Class of the Indian River City
Friday at the home DUO
evening of
}ay by the Pure Oil Station Methodist Church, recently assembled
their teacher, Mrs.
Roy Forward at the home of ,
Indian River Plaza was Mr. Mm -
ilvatore Collura of 835 Edge- After playing games per. Charles B. (Peggy) Avery at 400 ,
Road taming to Christmas they' Key Bixcayne Road, for a -' ,.
went to the church and decorated Christmas party Each couple e-< /r
Hawaiian Luau the Christmas tree In the au brought their own favorite .I Caferpl Ilar-built (radon

{Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ruts whoe ditorium. Returning to the Christmas: demert Coffee and '. / Easy Care Tub Fast 36" Wide.
\ at the corner Delano and louse, they opened gifts while lime punch were served along' __ 10 V do more laid clearhul! Why!
listening to Christmas music
rlysJe, entertained guests re- The table was overlaid with red with the dexnert There wu a br ('pI. fwd Le.)wi, D..cs.r Table Assortment 100% Cotton.

ently with ,a Hauiuun luau, and white net and lace, with Christmas tree well decoratedand Menu St'ely, I.ytb..e
rved bullet style. Hawaiian rnristmas decorations surroundng artistically lighted with C.tip..r t Amtrlce'i Cup

(shea were served, and guests the punch bowl The plates multicolored lights Mrs, Carol Those Mill attending I eh..p..hip pane ..whew.L Become they Ire tfttlnc4 for It. Me
iere were Reg.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smithnd
and napkins were of Christmas and her husband; Mr and Mrs i Motttr who the job Ct.hilt tractors 37
and Mrs. Hugh Ross and refreshments of ,-.;; i
designs Avery Mr and Mrs. Ken All- I do it bed t4
conomktlrDtptndobiliry .
|f Merrltt bland and Mr and more / 49c
punch. cookies and candlles of I mt*, Mr and Mn Charles Brad-I d YARD
Kill Robison of TttusvdleWeekend served to Janice Atfklnvm Linla ,feld. Mr and Mrs. Charta" I meow e lot te*. Yen ese
Bnant. .ius'e Com... Mar Herkleinn'er. ..rand Mrs W I i iA
Cysts I'Ire .Greeneivian Koehlrr. t iui. thot your loud Imprtffaf" job will
!: I Johns' Mr and Jay'Sain 1/
Weekend at home i'rr It finished ichtrfiiU. Nco tet. ..
guests! gate Anna Marcnm. D.rlene Mir I II Mr and M,. Hugh s C mp- 1I on e ".
f Mr. and Mrs Ed: OMara. i I cons Lucy Raycroft and Lee ton and Mr aad Mrs Duo Dowla lor "chi".ry it Built t. writ In less OUR STAPLE EVERYDAY
kbbott Avenue, were Mr, and ., I 'I I j servicing needed Xoslof ttrlll hi
>frs. Clarence Burchell and
'Jane. of )(eIbuurne.I'I'uehter. I From Nyoch N.Y. i From HvnttvlUe, AU. ( I :' IftR'1'wasauAe cab d'up end, In very 'little time, will bas tM ... MAGIC VALUESummit

Muss Rebecca Forward, I Mr. and Mrs Robert Ah ere ? '.'J/. liNt'iltlrM chino bock on tea Job.
From Hospital freshman at Nyack Missionary .on. son Bobby and daughter I" wsL Ate' I
God news tonic Tom 'College Ny ck, N. Y is spending Sharon of Huntsville ALa.. arespending /P'tr ie7p Like the mocSino yes cw 4..4 .. PrintsAll

1 family of 4H AbbuU "alk'j the Christmas holidays at the Christmas, holidays ," s9&51'S VS I Ij the mon who>> operates Caterpillar ..tvip.most. .
ame Just In time for I the home of her parents Rev with his parents. Mr, and Mn j j iHVsI1 vLrlpivMV I Look dim *p U your ore*.
Their young son and Mrs. Roy Forward m L F Bobo of m PIne Street { ,
turned home from the hospit-I Stuart Ave. Rebecca report They have visited title city each 1M#igI5SAFITY I For cloorinf ditching, grading, iiJhng sad

: after a bout wttb pneumooo.OwbtnvM I that she enjoys the school very year for many yean, but thai 'I 'r'/ .AMVSr_; .n the to fh FlorUe knd-impr,. ". jobs' Cotton Prints Dress, Border,
much and as a member of the
Ij U their first Christmas here
= j I I Jewel Gatherers' Club she to I I I cell for the Nit jot virii CctoroiUor-UiUt Novelty, Kitchen, Rosebuds, Paisley .

PartyA tent out on speaking assignments Preen MAID ANA,"SsOPPh. I tractors ..,.iu4" hire.

children's Christmas party i to New York Ctty, Long Mr and Mn Guy Wag*' of Stripes, Cheeks, Bandana and
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In aonipllanowltk Houw StIll CDI?. IN AND FOR BREVARD

. Mims NewsBy Simulator N*. 5115. haptr Number tOPU., COUNTY FLORIDA.
Apollo Building Law. of Florida, Act *f 141. th. CHANCKRY NO. ZMW4NOTirK
lI"d.nl..ed wIll ,..t.... w" 'b.CI..k TO UKFICNn
of 'b. Circuit Cur I. .... FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS A.
yard County. florida upee e'e LOAN AssOCIATION OF EAU
( Mn. Gladys McL.ndon) .. -,. ceipt ot proof of publication of this, OALLIE. formerly Ban Galll
Contract Is $1.3 MilliGn notice, th* following flotltlou Federal ...10.. Loan Aeeoelailon -
AM 7-1241 1 name, to-wlt BoU-Drlgfere-Floyd a Ualied trtatea *orporatlon -

La Forg..S,," Vows Spoken \" \" If.. under which I am ......... In
'. Accounting at 141* Booth Hopkins PlaIntiff
Miss Alyie Meeker Scott, thnderelgned vg
Tltuavlll Florid, and that
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Thorn An Apollo spacecraft training I* the only ....... InUreetod HAROLD LOU1SB YOUNOKBR.YOUNGKKR: bin SR.wlfe asS

as II Scott and Thomas Paul building for lunar astronauts of Dated In at Tltuavtll paid kuelneea.Florida, tblJSrd B O S KIN D DEVELOPMENT.

La Forge, son of Mr. and Mrs. the National Aeronautics and day of December. ..D. 1.*.. FLOYD INC.. A Florida CONSTRUCTION corporation C.CO.A.
Edward H. DHrgarcDeo.
Donald La Forge of Chuluota,, Space Administration will be U, 1.... Jan. 1. '. 18 (FrI.) GREEN INC, a Florida PAINT 1 corporation snij,,
united in Sunday lt115.
were 4' Florida corporatIon
built at the Merritt Island
Dec. 20, at 2 p.m, at the NOTICE: OP PETITION DefendantV
spaceport under a $1.3 million COB ADOPTION TOl Harold] Youngkar. aY. and
Church of Mima
First Baptist Louie Youngkw. hi.
.. the Circuit Court In .lIa for *-
with Rev. Sterling Mills officiating contract awarded by the Canaveral Brevard County. Florid Chan Reeldenc Unknown .
In R* Adoption ot Notice I. hereby Iven that a.
District of the U. S. wry No.
Kevin Bugen William a. mlndr Complaint to forwlo. a mortgage
The double ring ceremonywas Army Corps of Engineers.The by Ella Carr Black bla Plop.fatb.r. and not baa been filed ".Inat.
Tel Larry Eugen: Will you by lb. plaintiff la th. above
performed before a background building will be used to lama, th* nine of r.ldane of styled cases and you are
of palms centered with a whom I.. unknown! You are 5.0'by *. required to eerve a copy h..ei>
provide simulator training for notified that a Petition ha anewer and) pleading II.. ,
cresent candelabra holding lighted keen filed In the above ..".... William Woodeon. p. o. Bo ,
the Apollo spacecraft's: Command for the Eau Oallle. Florida attorney forth
tapers. On each side of the Court by Xlla Carr Black
and Lunar Excursion adoption of Kevin Eugen: Will Plaintiff and fll. the orlgInel -,

altar were large baskets of : t ,. ". modules. It will be located near lama, n minor, by the Petitioner anewer th or Clerk pleading of In tka.
white glads ferns and pompoms ', i { 'W Y : Ella* Carr Black and you new re- oftlo of the Circuit
"f the Manned .. of your Court Tltuevlll, Florida, on 01'
t. ( .. .' Spacecraft Operations ulred to rv copy '
candelabra before Itth of
and three tiered bectlone, to *bowUM the day January,
Anewer or
Building in the Industrial Petition ahould IMS. If you fall to do *... a Door.*,
with lighted tapers, which r/ 'l'S'; _.. >* why said the attorneyfor Pro COO,,," will b* tabonogois.,
; complex of the spaceport. not b* granted
were lit by the usher Charles ; .1:" .' .. Petitioner, Edward L. Stab'lop at you for the relief demanded I lathe

Meeker, brother of the bride and : Awarded the contract, for $1,. la .Bog the 1443.mailing Cocoa.address Florida of ,whom and Thla complaint nolle ihaH b* publl.ri:.
Ronald Scott, a cousin The other 342,82850, to construct the file tb* original thereof In the of one a week. for four consecutive
weeka U the TUuavlllo B.4d..00.e.t.
of she Circuit .
usher wan Jolmny Donn. Best building was Smith and Sapp Court fine of of the Brvrd Clerk County Florid.. ..
Sietner of Cocoa : of Jan Done and Ordered at Tltuavlll: .
6th day
man was Greg Construction Co., of Orlando .n or before tb*
County. Florida thli flU
Mrs. William Manning of Ti. ; 1I1Lf}'. IMS. Herein fall not or a .
Fla. The building will cover Decree Pro Conferee will b* *n day of December. "
: CurtIS R. Barn.
tusvllle, organist, played the trd agalnet you. Wllnaea my
30,500 feet and will havea
.. square band and ...1 of *ald Court In Clerk of tb* Circuit Court

wedding music ', ) 30-foot high bay area for WINS CAMERA Wilt Bushong, left, Is shownas Tltuevlll. Florida. thla 2nd day R Byi V. .. SpanglwDeputy Clark
The bride In of December. 1M4. CURTIS
given marriageby : .. .'!. housing the simulators. A small he presents Robert Nevins of Titusville a Polar BARNES a. Clerk. of the aald COURT SEAL

her father, was lovely In a I ; equipment storage building I I Circuit Court by V. S. Spangler J. William WoodeonAttorney .
oid The
of taffeta. The camera. camera was the prize in a recent Deputy Clerk (CIRCUIT COURT for Plaintiff
full length gown .
also will be built. P. O. Roe 1175
fashioned witha contest sponsored by the Greater Canaveral Chap- CEALID.c. Eau: Oallla. Florida
fitted bodice
was 4. U. IS. it (fri) 184.
round neck line and full ,, ,, ..": Completion of the work Is ter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement ___OF__ 1M6.Dec. 1$. 26 164. Jan. t, I, ()'rL\
length sleeves. The bouffant .;;; ., scheduled for November 1965. of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America THE! NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .
skirt was high lighted with self ", j The contract was one of three Inc. The group meets at Cocoa every Monday COUNTY.IN AND FLORIDA FOR BRBVARD: IN THE! COUNTY JUDOE*.

material appliques and extended awarded by the Canaveral Dis. night at 8 p.m.-S-A Photo. IN CHANCERY COUNTY.COURT IN FLORIDAIN AND FOR BREVARp.

in the back to a chapel train. rict of the Corps of Engineers NO.NOTICE 2U7I BY PlBLICtTlOVBOSTON PROBATE *

Her veil of silk illusion was attached Mri. Thomas Paul La Forge for' NASA's John F. Kennedy See The filed against you and you are FEDERAL SAVINGS, NOTKE RE. ESTATE TO !:CHKDIIORSIN or .1
required to aervo. a copy of your AND LOAN ASSOCIATION a
to a crown of tiny seed Space Center. WILLIAM VAIIL.DECEASED .
Anewer or Pleading to the Complaint UnlUd State of America corpor'atloe.
pearls. She carried a cascade on the Plalntlffa attorney :
Star AdvocateFor Plaintiff. .
A $542,5977 contract was Howard Warren. 16 North At'
bouquet of carnations and feathered All creditor of the eetat of
noUn Ave, Cocoa Beach riorlda William Vaall, decea.ed. hereby

awarded to Construction A'RCHIB are
with leaves Akwa-Downey and file the Anawer L. GRAHAM and .1111-
mums holly on ordinal or notified and required to file '
Co., of Milwaukee, Your Plondin 10 the ortlc. 01 55. MUll FATE GRAHAM hit Wife any claim or demand which
a white Bible. Clerk 01 55. CircuIt Court oa or and HERMAN A. LKEDY and they may hav against laid .. -
Janice Meeker, sister of t h f _ iVIs., for an ordnance storage brfore the 211b day ot January. CORRINK LKEDY. big wit, ate la the office of tb* County
facility for explosive devices Printing Needs! llI li. It you fall to do 10. judom.nt Dofrndasta.TOl Judge of Brevard County Flor
bride maid of honor. She
by default wilt be 5.5.. ARCHIl: L. .
Ida, In tbe courtboi at Tltn* -
wore a street length dress of used on the Saturn V moon I acalnet you for tbe relief demanded 0/0 Orson vllle. Florida, within sic. calendar
: #fb rockets. The work will be done In tbe Complaint P. O. Box MlCreetvlew. month from the date of the first
brocade with bell Florida
gold a shaped IN THB CIRCUIT COtRT OF DONE AND ORDERED at publication of thla nolle Rich.
skirt and scooped neckline and northeast of the Vehicle Assembly THB/!: NINTH JfDICIAI. CIH Tltuevllle. Brevard County, florIda >l..a.II.. claim or demand moet b* la writing .
Building an din marked for Cl'IT, IN: AND "OH BREVARD this 33rd day of December and I,,uetstate th* place ofreeldonce
self material bow at back waist COUNTY FLORIDA 1864. hie wife and poit-offlc oodroieof .

line. She wore a short gold circlet completion next August CHANCERY NO 21W5 CURTIS R. BARNES C P./. O Green Bog MlCreetvlew the claimant and must b*
Alice M.
By MaetaraooSEAL
HELEN WALTER I ewora to by She claimant binagont
veil attached to a band of :i A $60,730 contract was Plaintiff ( ) YOU AND ,EACH Florida or TOU. or hIs attorney, or It will'
Howard Warren Attorney for
become cold according to law
gold leaves embroidered with ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
awarded to Nat Harrison Associates EARN DON WAL'TER Plaintiff Emmanuel Va.iiEnscuton
seed pearls. Her shoes were 16 North Atlantic Aye a Complaint to Forecloee Mort-
Drr.danswOTSIC of the Batata of
Inc. of Fla. d..rlb.dP'r
Miami th following
Cocoa Beach Florida faeoa
OP" Ml IT KIK IHtOHt KTo. : I William Vaall decem.ed
gold and she carried a cascade for construction of a 200.foot EARN DON WAITER: Dec. SI, 1964. I... t, S, 15 FrI..) U, to-wlti Block O, LEKWOODFOREirr Deo. U. II. St I... 1 (1'.1. IMi
bouquet of mint green carnations You irs hereby notified tbet a 11165.I .
radar antenna tower on Mer. NO. :1 according to
Complaint for Divorce baa beenflNL
with evergreen.The I tb* Plat thervof, aa recorded IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
rill Island to be built March.
by M>'rite or stLB: In Plat Book 13. at Pag 100of THE: NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

bridesmaids were M111 I Notlta la hereby given purauanl th* Publla Record of B revert IN AND FOR BREVARD:
County togetherwith
to a Final Decree of foreclosure COUNTY. FLORIDA.
Jody .La Forge, sister of the j dated 23 December 1M4 and entered the followingUtINty : CHANCERY NO. 2 *T3NOTICE
based on a thorough and obJective Glass .. .a W..rH..r
groom, and Mrs. Charles Meeker In Cbaniery Caao No. 211111 : TO DBPFND:
and of the Circuit Court of the Model M- FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS ft
( study of Its needs
a sister-in-law of the bride. Christmas Program At Mlmi School NINTH Judicial Circuit In ..d ... Hood Model S4MtewartWarner LOAN ASSOCIATION EAU

They wore identical dresses to previous year's fiscal experi for BHbVARD: County, Floridawherein Model OR-te-B Wall Heater GALLIE! formerly lou: rO. *
CFNTRAL SAVINGS Federal Saving A Loan Aeoolatlon. '
the Maid of Honor except they Mr and Mrs. Charles La Forge direction of the music teacher ence. Representatives of the BANK IN THE CITY OF NEW 1 141 Markal Balk keateri Model a United ..... corporation .
Agency are present at the reviews YORK la Plaintiff and HUGH F.
were green and they Mr. and Mrs. J. Fox of Chuluo Miss Marilyn White presentedthe conduccted by the family WILLIS AND SHIRLEY R. O. B: T Built I BR In Bang ModalMM Plaintiff
short circlet veils WILLIU. Me wife. t... .. by VS
wore green ee "
Forrest Slctncr of with their annual ha. ben filed igalnat and
ta Mrs. you
and parents
and child care budget panel. the entireties UNITED STATES HAROLD TOUNGKER BR, aid
attached to a band of green you are required t* nerve a copy
Cocoa. Christmas gift Thursday night UK arc Derendante. *
leaves embroidered with seed Serving on this panel are 10 will coil to th. hit-heat and, beet of your Aniwor or other Bleeding wife. B08KIND DEVELOP;

shoes and carried The bride chose for traveling Dec. 17, a play entitled "Festivi persons, 2 of whom are Titus- bidder for cub at she front door to said attorney Complaint, COURBHON upon the PI.lntilt' ACOUROHON. MENT. INC., A Florid eorpnr*
pearls, green ties to Crown a King" The of tb. BREVARD County Court- p atlon. C. A. FLOYD CONSTRUCTS
blue knit fitted with program 1T01 Meridian Avenue
a vllle residents and is .
cascade bouquets of red carnations one a boune In TITUSVILLE, BRE.I Florida, and ION CO., INC. n Florida eorpoOtto .
black accessories! and a fur pillbox was performed for the former President of the Titus- VARD County, riorlda. at 11:DO file.the Miami original Beach Anewer or pleading and GREEN PAINT COM'

and evergreen hat. She wore the center school Tuesday, Dec 22. vllle Cooperative Charities. The I clock A.M., on tb. 11 day ofJanuary In th. office .t th* Clerk oftb PANY A Florida corporation
W5. the following dee- Defendants'TOl
Little Miss Michelle Forge, Circuit Court a or before the
from hc bouquet The decorated with crlbed property aa lot forth la Harold Youngker .,'. and
corsage. ( wedding stage was others reside in various partsof Utb day ef January IMS. If you
sister of the was flower
Louie L.
groom, Deere bin
aid Final to-wlt- Youngkw wK
la leaving J1he tossed her three large candles, each side Brevard fall to do no. Judgment by defaultwilt Reildenc
girl. She wore a dress of red County. Lot It. HAMPTON HOMES b* taken agalnet you for the Unknown
bouquet uMih was caught by swirled with beautiful polnsetta SUBDIVISION, UNIT No. 3. relief demanded In th. complaint Notice I I. hereby given that toComplaInt
nylon and her headdress was according to the Plat thereofae to foreclose a morsgnfcand
"The results of this annual b
Thl entice shall publlehedone
Jtftsrf>> Juno Sharpe. flowers.: Large candy canes and .
recorded In Plat Book 12 not ho. been filed COsIneS
of red net with bow and carried a. week for four oon.oouUv.
After a trip to Miami the snow flakes adorned the cur. study are then reviewed by the p... ill of lb. Public Record. weeke you by the plaintiff In she above
a basket of rose petals: l of Broverd County Florida, atylad cause and you ar* hereby
Master Scott brother of couple will return to Mims, tains. A red and silver throne budget committee of 31 turtle R. Horses tuevllle, Florida, this rth day ..1Dee. required I* eerve a copy of your

Tommy where Alyce will stay as Tom accentuated the center. persons from all parts of the CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ......... I.... an.wer and pleading upon J. ,
the bride was ring bearer COURTBy CURTIS R BARNES William Woodeon. P. O. Box 1176.
The bride's mother chose for leaves on the 28th of Decemberto Students representing all the county, Their recommendation 10 PIECE SOFA BED Mary Jo* UnterDeputv CLERK or CIRCUIT Eau Gallic. Florida, attorney fop
Is then further Clerk. the plaintiff and file the original
return to the U.S. Naval Center reviewed by the COURT BREVARD
her daughters wedding a light months of .the year competed 32 Group Valu.-$169.95 Deo. M (FH.> 1X4. COUNTY FLORIDA answer or pleading In th. office. ),
at Milligan, Tenn. for the crown. After much members of the UF's boardof BYI V. S. Spangler of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.Tltu..III. .
knit suit with ami
beige green directors also IN THE/!: CIRCUIT COURT OF Deputy Clerk ., Florida en or before
I representative
beige accessories. She wore a dancing and singing, Santa proved THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR- (COURT ..EALICOUR'HON th* 1Mb day of January 1M6. It
Presents Christmas ProgramThe I to be the favorite and was of aU parts of the county." ClIT IN AND FOR THE .* COURSHONAttorneya you fall to do ao, n Decree Pro)
mint green carnation corsage. COUNTY or BREVARD. STATE for PlaintiffBTl bonfeeeo wilt h* like ignlnet

Due to illness, the groom's second year classes of I crowned King. or FLORIDA. Sumner H. SbafmaeterS17MNER you for the r.llef demanded lath

mother was unable to attend her Miss Judith Bennett, Mrs. Patricia The program was thoroughly 1:11:: THK: CIRCUIT COURT or THE IN CHANCbRY MANHATTAN NO. 3522 SAVINGS Of CouneeJDeo. H IHAFMASTER: This* complaint nolle ahall b* publIshed

son's wedding. Deitz, Mrs. Ruth Elchcrt, enjoyed by parents and friends CUlT TUB: NINTH IS: AND JUDICIAL FOR BREVARD CIR. BANK. a New York corporation.Plaintiff.. 11, 'It. 2*. 1M4 Jan 1 IFrl) 'weeka no* a la week th. Tlluivllle for four coneecutlv StarAdvo.'at. .

A reception was held In the and Mrs. Mary Lewis, under the as well as by the students. COUNTY, riORIOA 1904.SN ..

IN CHANtKRY NO MiniM K'KNT c HADLOCK and MOB.- THE CIRCUIT COURT Or Don and Ordered at Tltuavlll.
of the church following -
banquet room >,uc or our ITA HADLOCK bla wife THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR Brevard County Florida thla ITtk
the ceremony. CHARLOTTE .. WHITE. Defendant. CUlT. IN AND FOR BRIVARD day of December 1""
UF Board Chairman Plaintiff. ( limn Mjririt: OP IR: COUNTY. FLORIDA Curtis R, Barnee
The brides table was covered "'. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN!' CHANCERY NO. ZMOJ Clerk of the Circuit Court

with gold full overlayed with nylon ROBERT a. WltlTK. EIio PC. BEDROOM that oureuant t. th. Final Deere. NOTICE TO DKFE1D: Byi V. .. BpanglwDeputy
of Foreclnur and Bal ...I..dI. Clerk.
net with tiny gold bows. One TO, ROBERT a:. Group Value 149.95 I. the c..... pending In the Circuit LOAN ASSOCIATION OF EAU COURT SEAL

end of the table featured a gsa Highland Avenue Court In ..d for Brevard OALLIB. formerly Eau Galll J. William WoodeonAttorney
crystal Replies To Bosholl Orlando, "'lurid* County, Florida. C... Docket. No. Federal mvtng A. Loan Aaeno.latlon. for Plaintiff
punch bowl and the other a 2MJ1 I will cell at pub.lo auction a United Slate torporVS P. O Box 1171
beautiful three-tiered wedding You arc hereby notified IbiS t to the beet and blibeai bidder for atl.. Eau: Collie. Florida
Complaint for Divorce baa .been roeS between tbe hour of elen l>*e. 5$, a. ,". I... t t, (FrO
cake. filed agalnel you. and you artrequired clock In th forenoon and tw .I R. And spas
The Titusville Cooperative In the first 1959 HAROLD TOUNOKEK.
After the bride and cut agency. year, to eerv a copy of sour .. clock In th. afternoon on the BETTY YOU NO KIR, hie wife,,
groom Charities( has withdrawn from It received an appropriation of An.w.r or Pleading to tht Com.pl.lnl lots day of January A.D. IM. at I and BOKKIND DEVELOPMENT.INC. .

their cake the guests were the United Fund It was an 1800. In 1964 U has received: STORMS on the PAPPAM Plaintiff' .*. Alturn KRAHNY... the front Courtboue door of I.the TltuevlCo.Florida BreverdCounty .. a Florid. corporation DefendantTOt THE It' :THB NINTH CIRCUIT COURT OF

served by Mrs H. V. Andre. with nounced last week by Col. W. II.tlhhorf. (6,069 P.I O. Box 1374. Nub our... "'..r.Id. the following described Harold] Youngker Jr. and IN AND JUDICIAL FOR BREVARD: CIRCUIT -
Mrs. Gerald Austin presidingat and file tbo original Aniwer real property! Betty Toungke. hi. ,..". COUNTY. FLORIDAIN
Its executive director. 1'1'101' to the UF receiving or Pleading In tbo ocri.. of the Lot 14 Block' O BOWS OAR- R..ld.... Unknown CHANCERY
the punch bowl. The brides In the absence from the city of withdrawal, tlern .t .tb* Circuit Court on or H 2IPC.DINETTF DENS, SECTION B, according Nolle I I. hereby given that a NO. C 2WIUNOTKB)
book was on a small table also its statement before th :27tb day of January, Group Valu. 54.9S to plat thereof recorded Complaint' to foreclo a mo...... HV riBtlCATtOVFIRST
of John Mclgaaid president of the Agency had been Informedthat HMt If you fall to d. ao. ju.lg. In Plat Book U p... ... Public and not bee been filed agalait'ou FEDERAL SAVINGS
covered with gold foil ovcilavrd the UF, W. N. Btmden, chairman had most by default will bo taken Record of Rrtvard County by th* plaintiff I. th* abovelyled AND LOAN AHHOCIATION OF
with nylon net, and kept by Miss a 1965 appropriation a omit In bo you for tbo relief. demanded Florida; Together with. the following caua* sad yu ar. hereby WASHINGTON a Vailed Stateacorporation. '
of the board has preparedthe for ComulalMDUNK Iteme of of
been tentatively approved propertywblcb required to eerve a copy your .
Kathleen Mcmlcnhall : AND OHDKKED at TI5855111. ore located In and permanently ....w.r..... pleadlag upon J. Plaintiff
following reply: $S,454 This Is an increase over .. Brevard County. riorlda. .
Out of town guests were Mr. Inatalled aa a part wiiii.. Woodeon P. O. Ba. UTe. ...
Although Col liushoff's state this year of more than $:!,OOO" Ible MM CtRTIH day R of. Drrmtiber, IMi. MATHER of the Improvement .. *.... Ban: Oallle, Florid attorney for ROT I. WALKER and MARQIWI.
and Mrs. Earl Faulk Mrs. Ada BARN KM "
land, 10 Nuton Kitrhnn.o- the Plaintiff .and file the orlgInal MARIE WALKER: kla wife. H at,
Taylor and Mrs. Gladys Day all ment contains a number of or almost 40 percent, whereasthis Hern of tbe 1.'lreUI'ou..' haunt fan. Cool.. water heat an.wer or In She t"d"
Breyard County Florid NEW SMYRNA C-M. Serial\ ..tl.I: Circuit. TOI ROY L.
facual errors and subjective fall's raised only OF 0. Model N. fflc* of th* tko WALKER
of Taveres; Mr. and Mrs. Unite personal campaign By: V. .. MpanglerCIRCUIT No. flUI Bryant forced ahfurnace. Court. Tltuevllle. Florida. .. or J31 B.lkln .

Lee In. Elizabeth Scott, Mrs. ; conclusions, the UF has 26 percent over the previous ( COURTC; icALl S24 Canal St. Model No. T63MSD.Berlel before the llth day of Jaauary.IM Heuetea, T.... ,'
Intention of In Poon GA 8-4131 N.. LKJ44 I. OE eah-. *. If you fall to "do a.. a Dare .- *..
Carey Klrkly all of Astatula; no participating year ISor. 25. ,". Jan 5. i, U ITU lout top cook unit M*<1el No, Pro C..t.... will b* takenagalnet MARGIK MARIE WALKER '
a public 'battle of words' with Both this year and last, the ioe& III 6RIU:. Serial No TR1MMt yu for the relief demanded kla wire ..
... OK built-in even. Model No, in the complaint.Thi REsIDENCE: : VNKNOWW
follow additional
him. For the record the has been
.i..l agency provided J5UIR4TE.: Serial No. TRIIUe- nolle ahall b* publlabednc BUT WHOSE: MA1UNO
ing factual statement Is made: emergency appropriations t. week for four ceaiecuilveeek ADDRE8V IS:
i rurtla M. II..".*. In tie Tltuavlll Star Advo- r'. 1'1.... Webb '
"The Tit usvllle Cooperative over and above the ('(era; *f th. Circuit Court ..... Rnul I

ii Charities has received consistent : amounts originally approved."As Byi! Mary Jo. UngtrDeputy Don and Ordered at TlteevllleBrevard .llubethte. Teaneeend -.
Clerk' County. Florida, '''I. llth ]
i \"", Increase in its UF appropriations Is the procedure with all ,"U I. OF THE CIRCUIT day of December I...... ./e Buneomh. Count ..b....

in each of the sit IF: agencies the amount of the COURT Curtis .. Barnes Beard Aahvlll. North
J.J I Carolina
Dos U .lfrl) 1X4IV Clerk of the Circuit Court
-,. \ years except one, In which It Titusville Cooperative Charities' By V. S, SpaegterDeputy YOU. AND EACH: Or TOC.
a participating appropriation has THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR- (COURT SBALkJ Conalalat t. Forecloee "Ort.. *
CUlt: IN AID FOR RETARD WUUam WMdnAltorner on the following deecrlbed pros-'
if. COUNTY "LORIDA.CHAIICERY for Ptalatlff oft". "'-_! '
: :NO 1434 P. O. B.. 11T6 Let I. Block f. CROWW
PUIntlrt' DM. la. M. ,". I... 1. a. IFril cording to the Met lb...... .*
I' INSURANCE? 10. less reeerded In Pint, Book u,'
.\ HOWARD C. POTTER el on.I5oVondaata. Page 41. of the Public Reoerd
IaOPTt0'S y. C.aDITOB.: .t ........ County I'loridal
M Tir. OF 05CC IN THE COURT OF THE together with Ik. fodowlngi
: 'G i S"'J Protect Your Home I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN!' COUNTY 1l"f>Gr.. If AND FOR Cuetow-sirs Ht.l..->' .' W"be .
= that .. Ik* Utk day of January, IRCVAKD: I"OI.'IfTY. FLORIDAIN
IM* at II M A. M. nt th* main PROBATE Caen No. O4044ESTATB boos filed agalaal 1'*'. *...
2I / And Family With A door ef th. C..tII_ .. Kr*. : OF- you *r* required U strop a cwpr
: card c...."' at Tltvtll. rtor- GEORGE: : MUVSENDCNROBB1.N : ** your m""T or atber eadln "
Hope 7'' Christmas Homeowners Multi Ida ISo ..,,_..... Clerk willoffer *. I. said C_.'.l.t upon the 1'1.... I
'v"1 for ... t* She kigheet. andbeet DKCEASED.T : trite ttoraeya.. COtIIIIKOIf" '
I and L bidder fr nan tk. fllw- all creditor. dlttrlbut** COUMHON. 1101 MerMta, Aye.00o .'
.iptl.lly merry "i Coverage Policy leg ._..'.. ml property and peieen havrag Ins clalnu. or. MiamI PourS, Florida. 11I('
i' .7'
fowr-Wormoit ; / Lot" Block *. IMPERIAL _*.". anlaet eM Eatal: file the orIginal A....... er olea..-'
wl.het t. .
m' .
: UNIT ONE: You aad .soh ol herebyaotlfUd .
;ENTERTAINMENT: By ESTATES. yon ar lag nU.t '"" "* the tierS. .'
,vdlag I* th. plat thereof no that you ar* re.utre4 bylaw he Court en or before th '
L L I AUTO FIRE MARINE .*....*.. I. Pint Bk MPag l* preaeal ass ... .. and ..- lath day .* Jaanary. '''' if TM* I
I : I tile Jerry Haymcs 44. Public Record* efBrevard mead which, ye*, er either of rail .. *. ** Jv4..t II"' ",.."
w. Will B. Cloood County riorlda. yen. may h*..e agalnel the E..... ....' ... ..*.. .salaat ye for the '
If 4 ". (.Om Dallas 1 1.>*v>her. with all ...... ...- 1 I.prcon.cnio. la- .1 Oe.re Mneeende Rckktna relief den *.dd .. th* _.....t.
Christmas & THE 4 I'At.ESat future.. **.11._ ,,__. late *t eld. County. t. This entice ...11 ... publIshed
DIY : and appurtanc ** saId ..*. the cutv I.... of Brevtrd .'.*. week for fear
IP KITTLES 2331 Soutla or need I. oJun.tln therewith Cavity. Florid. *t !lie OffIce I* ........ sesoegnuyeDONE
V 4 Open House $2.50 ru>o.. the el* I* mad pvnwant .le Ik. Oowt R.... .f MM cevatv.at AND ORDERED: at Tltku -
4 "IIIDlIoa. final <*rre ef frele ........ TttaevIHe. F1rvla. .""1. eli Os.etilc.Flerlda. .,..
: COLON SANOIR' In rnnrry Act!.* X*. M.J4 nw ,.i ....*..r nveaih. from th* ;.. day it
T'iOasviile U 'OR SEW mirsE\E: pending !. the dImwit ConeS .f Urn* .* tb* tint ..M tu** *f CURTis It BAnvr!
I.... I.. Krev.rd Cwt? rtertto Chic _k.. CL.RK or CIRCVITBT :
: KENTUCKYFREED SPECIAL NEW No I Dated late 90 day *f Penme.r.ltt Each .... *r **nia4 bn b*
*. I. wrttrag la dnpHcat ead *hueeat
YEAR'S DINNER CURTIS m .AIINES' the alar* .f reetdmc sod : t2D COUNTY

e I-Ie r REAL tSTATE INSURANCE Reservations I Clerk. of tk* Own Ccnrt Feet OfrV address *f ih* rise,.. V. a. tMaglorrCOtrKT
Champagne. Prim BY Mary J** rarer. sat and .haS he even t. br IketMMal. Deputy ""..
I l'.Mty ClerkirornT hat agent er at. *.. TBAU
611 SO.WASHINGTON Rib fc DstMrt
SCAMAHDCRDON t...." **d an* aweh rUlea er COLKtHON .* COnttHO
: CHICKEN 2 I I :I. RrSH ."...< oat ae Wed shall o. stOd.Rinbor4 Atmy* ,.,. PtalatlrY
TITUSVILLE AM 7-0131 I $3.50 per person Come forty DEAN LOWVDKS P. ........ BY: Ainaer H .bueisaone. rrje
E Aol.oeoe fee PMIMIfftl A4n>raietrur e< the. EjUU prxvarpa: .HA'.Any
U.S. I *nJ Cirdon St. 2'AAA I OtHer Ooicei .4 'i... FoooeJ I ."eM eatral wlevnrd''WUi .t 0 ert* M-*dnetvotaa. ., ("..".1

I Stay Late ,IPI", "** 0.-.. ..........rkkkl i t'*< a I im.i MM. D... i. U. la. tiers $.. ;.

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.", December 25. ''" Tlhiiville, (Florida), Star-Advetate Paie 1?

H A Little Home work Reading Classifieds Bring Top Grade Results I

THK! CIRCUIT COURT OT" If' THE CIRCClT ronT. Animals For Rent For Sale Help Wanted Help WantedMALI

r, IN AND FOR BREVARDNTY. FLORIDA lJft1Ni'f. Publication for Vied GOOD HOME wanted for S HELP WANTID
FLORIDA. FLORIDA m. 11 A.M."L For Mon '
HANCERY NO 2S7MHTUAOK CHANCBRT. RO' Nip Publication female puppies. I weeks old. DUPLEX FOR lINT FURNITURE DISCOUNT rllntM EN
Delano Road Indian River MM At I MILP WANTID
> rO""I'I.U"I'Rr.ERAL > (35
oru k TO Atrctsi WANT AD RATBS SALES. Mattreeaei offered at Career positions open la Titus-
COMPANY, INC.. a Dori IN ADOPTION RK: or IIM DVK MOOS.CHARLB8 Mral oeni per Obarge word SOa City.SMALL FURNISHED :2 BEDROOM.electric balh.1 warehouse prices.! See us to villa FIre Department for

corporation minor. tar ALL CLASIUPIBP AOl CHIHUAHUA white kitchen, ble day 2111 Garden St. Nldy WAITRESS EXPERIENCED, alert hlah[ school cradustes.

Plaintiff and MARY HERBERT RAY WORTH BACHMAN PAYABLE IN ADVANOB mala. 267-2320 after S p.m. adults only: 1110. phone 267074S Shopping Center. 967-1733 or apply la person RlvervtewRestaurant. 21 -31 years old, la excelltnt
or 2874694MOUSIS .
I BROTHERS INC.. a Flor- BALHMAN.: bla wife, LateSt: EetaklUbed AooaunUClawined :1W7-19H8.! physical condiUon. Starting
I corporation; M. C. 8TKT- PMIUoneriPKTITIUN Pliplay Rate POCKET SIZE white toy FOR HINT salary S3 ,$ ftLOVELACE LUMBER "OTItIC or plBLIt"TIO'" 0' Avanable .. RaaueetTke poodle puppy, T weeks 267. USEDBABY Line baby bed. COMPANION FOR middle- office 113 Palm Ava.
FA4T. a vartnenblp: CON. roil ADOPTION:. Btar-Advocate reierveatbe complete, with mattreia and aged lady. Convalescent For
It 9 YELVINOTON D18TRIBSR8. TO: Llm Cbuni Sblk natural privilege of revlalng or rejecting SPLIT LEVEL 3 bedroom extra bedding take all for days only. 267-2833. LABORER for street departmrnt. .

: .x'iK a LUMBER Florida goruorb COMIT -- whoie mother place of LIM of IP reaidenoa UK MOON.lunknown J It a deemn n r ndvertlarmcnlwhich objectionable PUPPIES FOR Chriatmaa built ins. Whispering Lakes. $8. 1031 Alford Street. Lake- water department dlstrlbutlon .

\\1' s Florida ooropratlon.Iff : healthy 2 maId 1 femsle. area call Cocoa Beach 7N0278 view Hill.. WHITE ELDERLY woman to and sewer treatment -
a : R. GRAY JR.. JDNB U. and I and In change tile olaaalflcatlon Small short.haired can be live In and care for child for division. Apply DavidA.
LTON. formerly June L. Fen- Tbe Natural fatb.r of LIM I of any ndvertleenent tram tkat I.
suitableIn 267-3111
mother. or
and WM. MARSHALL OcR ordered to conform U the poi.lay registered. 267.2387.Buflding& Covuigton. City Hall. 121
p MOON wboia oaimor LARGE FURNISHED home In .
of Ibis packing and moving! furniture :!\178m.
01"' 1
PTH. JR. na eurvtvlnt direct Identity I*. unknown sad Palm Avenue, TituavUle
and Truiteea of Cauaewayb whoae place ef realdemce liunknown The anaivAdvecata will not Const. Indian River City area, wrapping fish, protecting Florida.
.. Company, a dlMolved Florcorporation' I be reaponalkla for more than phone 2(74103. floors and furniture when WANTED
Wt JAMKa E I.Rr4.d ToUIIMrob,. Notified that OM Ineorreot InaerUon nor will
ANNE E. MtTRT bla petition baa been tiled In ibm It be liable tor any error In NIDY CONSTRUCTION resdeotials !. 2 BEDROOM UNFURNISIIED. painting etc. Big bundle JOc. IMMEDIATELY SEWAGE PLANT OPERATOR
LOUIS advartlaemaata to a greater extant Circulation dept at Star I. Makes routine Inspection
oeti: GKOROE! and above Mvlrd Court by CHARLB8 commercial and .
Jt'tlA LOUIS bis wife MICHJ. HERBERT BACHMAN and than ibo colt of the ewaveoompted re electric stove carport utility Advocate rear of building Attractive girl for clothes of sewer pUoti. Ability to rue
A21. HATK8 a .nJIt. : MARY RAYWORTH BACHMAN!' by tile Item In Ibaadvertisement. modeling. 13 r.sl'.o Titusllle. room tile bath too
: : simple chemical anilyili.
: 'tut :
: : and modeling.
WULIAM C. TRICK bin wife for the adoption of LIM \ Licensed Children welcome. 267-44(7 BARGAIN IIOUSE photographic
: RICK hie wife!' CHARLESHjncDWARD DUK MOON, a minor. by lnPetitioner. All. Dapnnmentat Phone AM 72326. after 6 Also beauty contest entries.: Knowledge of packing pumps
and ., CHARLES HER. U0 Hepklne Ava. lI.m New and Used Furniture and M7-7771. and replacing seals and bear.
XlbWARDS. bla wife ICA1f: BERT RACHMAN and MARY Dial W7-47I1 O'.CI. FOR HINT appltances. We buy, trade amiacll logs Muat have high school
OLD .J. FLAHARTT.ijnntf RAY WORTH BACH III AN. bllwife Office Hours 8:00 to ':11II BusinessAnnouncements Refrigerators $2S and EXPERIENCED WAITRESS education and mechanical
Drftadanta. Addreaa, Drawer ATttuavllla
and reeuh-ed to
lanwi atirTMTGEOROK aerve a copy you of are your Anawer or Fla. LOCATION LOCATION up guiranteed 2310 Hopkins wanted. Mutt be 21 Apply In aptitude. Apply' David A. Cov

Cot $ and JULIA ObJection. to ahoy cauae why LOCATION Ave Phone 267-4701. Open person Larry's ReatsurantUS lOtion, 123 Palm

H Ait! LOUIS bla wife laid petition should tint be triM I OFFICE apace corner of US Friday nights until .. I N.MALI A\enue. ThulYlII.. Vlorlda.
84 Woodflne Road ed. on Ibe attorney for tile Pet-
Newport Newt, Virginia. IlIon.... William H ReundtreeAttorney WE CAN answer your dirty No. 1 at Harrson adjacent to CAN BE FINANCEDPIANOS HUP WANTID HANDYMAN WANTED Howard
YOU ARE HEREBY directed at Law T Bellalr Arc- Special 1 Notice floor problems) We clean Arrow Realty Call 267.7037.On .
t* Uka notice tbat a cult )i&. been .4. Pont Office BOil 220 Cocoa. 5 ORGANS Johnson Motor Lodge.
flleS aralnal yon In iba aboveCourt. tlorlda. and file tb. erlalaal In floors walls. etc.. In stores U.S. 1, prime location, call e ACCORDIONS MAN TO MANAGE Electronics 267I9UO.
Tbe nature of tbe lull or lbe office of tbe Clerk ef tbe Clr. Telephone . offices homes: dally, weekly 247S866. e GUITARS L'KULEI!' Parts and Equipment Store.

meaedlnca. ta a Complaint. forforeeloiure cult Court .O or 'before January' Day 287Nlbt $ monthly. J. C.'e Janitor.Business S BAND INSTRUMENTS Csll between I p.m. and 3 InstructionsWESTERN
of a mort. .. Tbe U. IMS. .
ial I
P ana ef tbe. Court I. wblch aaid Herein fall not or a decree pro 267.1.399ALCOHOUCS Service 267-407. a INSTRUCTION on all p m. for appointment. 267U15. ---
mill, or prooeedlaire "tb-1 ,: oonfeaao will be''enured nvalant ANONYMOUS ROOMS FOR lINT Instruments HORSEMANSHIP
ta tbe Circuit Court of ,
Judicial Circuit. In and for Brevarol you Wltneaa my hand and the soul U you want to drink. that's your KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC METER REPAIRMAN responsible 10 Week Course In

County Florida, la CbanoerrNo of laid Court In Tltuavllta. Brtvard business. If you want to stop YOUNG MAN will ihare new 2136 W Tropic 267 I38JGIRL'S for repair of water Fundamental Instruction

,-2979 8. Tb* title of the ault la County. Florida this Uth drinking that's our business. OpportunitiesTEXACO home with refined gentle meters and changing and replacing For Beginners.
GENERAL GUARANTY MORT14aK day of December. 1004.Curtis SCHWINN Catalina 26'sbike .
< COMPANY. INC. S FlorId4.corporation. R. Barnes man. No one who drink, 267. loaded water met.,.. Abilityto Next clan Starts February lit

r.. CAsH BROaMERi Aa Clark of tbs said Circuit lie THE! CIRCUIT COURT ESTABLISHED BUSINESS. UK after S p.m. with, extras.good condition 2673096.! add and aubtract figures. P. O. Box 423. Tltusvllle
INC., a Florida ooraor.lion Court
NINTH JUDICIAL RCTIT. IN: Mechanical ability also nero"I"
: M C. STETTER: LOVE. By V. 0 Span.trr AND FOR BREVARD COUNTY. Corner South Jc Washington. FURNISHED ROOM FOR Must be high school Mobil. Homes
Deputy Clerk rLORlDA. For particulars sea owner.Child Gentleman. Kitchen privileges. .
ttartnrtblpCONRAD YELV. (COURT SEAL CHANCERY NO S9S3S GUNS graduate or trade school
SMOTON. DISTRIBUTORS INC, William H. Roundtree OTI< It TO tPPKABAM ID per week 26741(4 graduate, Apply David A. INT OR IALI
Florida, corporalloni 8MYTH Attorney for Petitioner > rrrM Care _before ( p m. 730 South Dixie Covlngton. City Hall. 32}
LUMBER COMPANY a Florid. 1 Bellalr Arre.de. JAMES LEROY "" '
TK"1.F.R 10 43. 1 bedroom
tterncratlon, JAMES!: R GRAY. McVEYPlaintiff Palm Avenue TltuivlUe I
Post Office Boa tM IDEAL LOCATION. kitchen
itUJUNE L. IHELTON. r.rm.1 Cocoa Florida .. CHILD CARE by hour. day or Old U. S. 1 Florida. Slit monthly, or MJOO plua
b' Jun. 1. French and Deo. IS :ia 104 Jan 1, I. (Frl1W :.) ANN McVEY week. Indian River Heights. I privileges end service Sills for loot See Calvin Myrra. -
4RilNALl. .SMITH. .. aa *. Defendant 267-5766. MTJ6U. Indian River City TRAFFORD REALTY COMPANY 267-47U
dlrertora and Trueteea
.( ,Cau....." Beaoh. Company. a I ANN McVEY ROOMS FOR rent la private M7UU4 offers a a excellent lINT OR LIASI

aiMolved Florida corporation: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PLACE Citrus Trees I home 11350 week. 267. opportunity for llo
::Jtr..f'R per
JAJTKH. 1:. RETRY: and ANNE THE NINTH n'01<::1AI. CIRCUIT CALIFORNIA ::, drR Estate Salesmen
their Tltusvllle office
W\1J'1 and JULIA LOVia bla FLORIDA bat[ a Complaint for Divorce haiMen In new ritri Isrie cabana. Set Mn.
orAtor MICHAEL J. HATES a CHANCERY NO. JS8CHMITKK filed agalnit you In the TV AND MAID service. S27 A hard hitting sales program, l..may Lllla: Lane across the
.1.... men WILLIAM C. TRICKsad TO uirrso above atylad Court and ...u are TANGELO ORANGE trees, Washington Avenue. loo pet. Ml Nylon plus excellent training with a street. Mimi. II10 monthly
RADaR M TRICK bla wire: : FIRST FEDERAL PAVING reaulred to file your original An. balled in burlap. Approximately Up to 30 Sq. Yd.. Realtor organisation .
CMARLE8 M EDWARDS and LOAN ASSOCIATION OF KAUOALLIE ..er... other detenu to the SLEEPING ROOMS and ef- profesilonsl fall Daytona Beach. IU2M4.TRAILIRS .
iJtlTCK C. HOWARD, bli wifeJaaifc formerly Eau 0.111. Plaintiffs Complaint wIth tbe 4 ft. tall deliver to Installed with Padding! offers an unusual -
HAROLD J. FLAHARTY. Clerk of the aald Court and toaerva flcleneles for rent Ml Or. aalesmra FOR IALI
Federal 8av4nie at ..... Aaaoo- your door. Saturday only. future for qualified
aeacrlDtlont of the real prophertlee VDltedaetl oor..r.Uoa a true copy tbereof upon sags St 2673400. Only $249.95 *
Involved In cold proceedlnaaraeeorlbed .lotion a Flaletlffe .,. whoee name Guaranteed 30 days. Ca.h on Please call Harry D. fIeldS

la tba Complaint are aa Plaintiff and appeara below, eamate delivery $3.SO each and up. STORI IPAC1 FOR lINT Cocoa 1363131, for Interview. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL

.*orn. 1 .... be eerved oa or before January Phone 27210. RICH CARPETS Gin your family the but
Block' "B". VKV.IjQTIAN HAROLD TOUNOKBR. JR. and 4lb 1W8 NEW STORE building I PLUMBING INSPECTOR Christmas ever.

tbe plat WAY thereof aocerdln.. rerouted tar BOil BKTTY KIN YOUNOKER 0 DEVELOPMENT". wife, Decree HEREIN Pro FAIL Con?..NOT... will or he a ORANGES. FINEST Navels. flea or business.I 13 frolJ: Indian River Plate must be qualified master 47' x U' SKYLINE, :I ..,-

In Fiat Book M one T8, Pub. IN" .. a Florida" corporation and tiered agalnit you for the ... Parson Browns, pink grapefruit Heated and ilrcondlUoned. plumber High School graduate room. Deluxe Stove, I Dr. Refrigerator. .
He Kecnrda of BrevardJOennlr. FAST COAST, LfMBtR IIIl'p. lI.r demanded In Ike ComolalmWITNK8I SouU Lake. 267.3901. Phone 26761(0.WARIHOUSI 26H031 or have equal combination SALE PRICE 13_
rinrldn. PLY CO. Florida porpnrallonDafeadaata my hand and Heal of of experience and training .
| EAt 81. Rink "e". VENDTI a the Court this let day of December. VENTED: GAS healers 30,000 USED TRAILERS
AN WAY. aamrdln la TO Harold Yountker. Jr. and 1M4 FOR RINT I BTU'3 $12.M each. Ml Orange Ability to examine plans I 1084 YELLOWSTONE 27' I I",
For RentMACS
I tba plat thereof aa recorded In Hetty Yauniker. his wife CURTIS II BARNK8. Clerk and apnxflcaUona el pluma- I Bedroom.IPS8MARLETTES8'.
Street. 2873400.
, I Flat Rook 14 pane 78. Public Realdenc Unknown of Circuit Court WAREHOUSE. suitable for Ing Installatlona and. make Inspections .
1 "_rd. ef arevari County. 535,.
BY: V. S SnanglarDeputy
tbat a In
Notice la hereby aims shop storage
iWorlda.Un gangs or of new and existing I '
tiorkiCOURT NASHUA 30' x I Dr
la foreoloee a mnrftana KENNEDY
IS, II and 11. Block nA" Complaint and note ban been filed PEA I.) CAPE center of town. Sea II. II. Help Wanted ) A. Cov- SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
WSiNETIAN WAY, aocordln aa-alnat you by Iba plamtlff In till FRANK CLARK Ill EQUIPMENT!: Hudson at Star-Advocate. I tnllton fdmlniliratin Auld.l EASY TERMS
tn lbs plat tbereof aa reeord4 and or.brushy Attorncy at LawSlh Sales Rentals Repairs
above atyled eaute you ant 123 Palm Avenue Tltusvllle
In Plat Book 12, 144.
pace required ta oerv a oppof mud Arenueladlalantlc. Construction Equipment WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER MARTIN MOBILE
Vnblla Reoonln of BrevardCounty and Flnrlda CONCESSION HELP aver II, ,
Florida. your J. William anewer Woodion P. U. >>- 4. 1U II. W iFrl) 1N4. Hand Tool. construction. Any site up to Crown Drive In apply Florida HOMES SALES
>e> AND Box pon 1171. Eau Oallla. Florida U.torn. M! E Merritt la. Causeway 30.000 square feet. less 2(7054. Theatre EQUIPMENT: 1224 N. U. I. 1

f.et. So. WAY niiKkR", aocordln. YENBTIAN to ." for tbe plaintiff and file Days 8340-Nlght ttt-OlM Industrial or commercial Operator II drive imitation TituavUle! 267-3011

the plat tbereof aa recorded In the ordinal aMmo? or pleading of tbe IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN apse available. CAREER OPPORTUNITYIN truck. Must have rhaufleurIlienie. North of Overpass
Plat Book 14 Dace 78, Public In Circuit-the office Court of TltuivlUe.tile Clerk FIOIlda.o. AND FOR BREVARD COLNTt FOR RENT T1TUSV1LLE AREA Apply City; Hall SM -

._...ord.rid.. .f Brevard County, or b..ro tbe Ill dn e' Jan.uar IJ FLORIDA' C'HANCERT.CA.r. I Floor Sanders. Polishers U you're Interested la i life Palm Avenue. (Continued oa next page)
1'. 116&. It 1'.... rail to do so.a Phone AM f-JMJ For S.U
Tau are re.ulre' to file your Cenfeuo"til betaken NO. HTM 1 career, not Just a lob,
Anamr with tbe Clerk of tbe Decree aialnat Pro you for Ibe relief CHARTER MURT AGB COMPANY Factory Paint Outlet il't John Hancock Mutual
rnreult Court and arrv* a coovtbameof a corporation, 1
I SEWING repair
upon Plaintiff i attorneravrbene minded In tba eomplalnt Plaintiff Baldwin Shopping/ Center Imursnct Co.; at Cocas
Thin notice shall be publishednee milt... Phone 267120g.PIANOSORGANS.
name and addreae U L. I *. U 2eoo and ask for an appolntment -
PMARR ABNER ef Turabull and a week for four eonaecutlveweeke ROSE HILL Bl'ILDKRS OFCOCOA APABTMINTS ECU HINT
>bner. aulie 4DO, New EnilaadKMMIna 1 In Tltuivilla. Star-Adre- INC, a Florida corporation 1 with Mr. ftasler'

, :. Poet Office Boa SIT' *Don.* and Ordered'at Tiru.nrl.Brevard .. ; at. al FURNISHED. MODERN large Make this a Chrlstmss the "*" CHILDR EN'S"CLASSES'" THE
'I DefeadantaMiTitK
VWMer Park Florida not
the* tba bob day of January. A D.lX County. Florida, .Chip ITtb or DISC 2 bedroom apartment 2CT- whole family will remember la charm drama, clothes, and BEST SPOT
*,>.. reaulred bv law, or alia day of December. 1M4 THE: STATE OF FLORIDA 11211II. for years to come, New photographic modeling. Suite 115 Acres
Turtle R Barn a TO. THE VERNON a 'Dea Pr Cenfaaw will bealend Spinet pianos start at $3W.beltct .
Clerk ef the Circuit Court 1(1. Imeprlal Towers W-
with Ita ,
aaalnet 1 a eorporatlon
V. I. SpanglerDeputy own payment Loused .0Nuns.
IMlWITNEiia W E By: place of baelneae al your 7771.FINALS.
kae'feereunta net my ,:t..l.1'h1IId Clark Dee Moines Netloaal Bank Not suitable for small child plaa. .. Ass $sseIenO

my official seal at TUnaBrevard J(COURT. William SEAL Woodaon Building Ore .Moln INCORPOR>. lowalDWOSKIN : ren. 2672533 Guitars ukulele bind Instru HILP WANTIOBEAUTICIAN Supi
iniOR' Couatv. Florida.tM .
tnd day ef December. A.O.jirURTia Atloraev for Plaintiff ATED a corporation withIn ALL ELECTRIC centrally located ments. --
principal plare ef bus or 5 ACRES
adulu only 2 7(711. e
R. BARNEa 1 1j Rim Oallle Florida I uiano t 70,1 P.a,'"'''' "roo\ phone 1126 W. Tropic M743M part time 267 1(70. BUYS
IN .Clerk of the Circuit Court Dr' 18 M 194 Jan. I I, FH,) "ortbea.1, AUea'a. 0..111Te. _--___-u-__ --_ -_ --_-_ -_ -_ -_-_-_ ___- -_ -_ -_ -_ .- .-_
j L. I Braver Cenaly. Florida 1M: .. .re berell" aolilled that a 'Ifs la Orante Ares.C .
Ppm'P0T V. S). ipintlM spit baa been filed ...met you r LOllI DAN APARTMENTSclose
Deputy Clerk aad SOlE HILL. HUILDKIU OF In efficiencies weekly
J Leebar.', Abuse To Whom It may eeaoorai MOVE J. ORUNDWEHU.n I monthly Jt'S: air coadltioaed. 5 Adjoining Lots
',Tvrabull sod Abner You are hereby notified that ", ldually and aa Tr..'..: 417 .
IrutU 4M. New Inland Sulldln the following motor veblelei. COMET. INC.. a FieNdIrorpor. APARTMENTS h. $u.fts'n.se, lit ..ull.... bogy.I .
'PAd. Pot 217 Rambler 1M2. uied. 4 door etawacoa silos: FiRsT NATIONAL BANK UPSTAIRS I room apartment
iWlnA Park.: Florida lion rlaaelc modal eerlaliber or TITtaVILLE n aatloaal furnlined "Welcome to Gracious Living"
*jitter..". for Plaintiff C778S:8. will be mid at banking eerporallon OAMT Mima All uUUUet
> 4 a is. Il'rt.J 144. public aale SN clack on tl>* CABINET CO INC 1eonorall. \ Florida I 267 CII.
Kith day e1' December, 1M4 at .': AIDI.ANR LlMRk.lt I These Luxury one bedroom apartments of spacious ess- 3 BEDROOM tilth "

Siti The Permit.. d.ltf tbe Cocoa aala, Florida.will be A FlorIda BUILDER cerporalloa: l l'PPLY. (,KHIMANCOMPANY INC. a FURNISHED 1 APARTMENT for I sal elegance with Individually" controlled air conditioning I New) .1"1

: 0" ..IITITIOM'OR applied I tint to the payment of OF MBIBOLHNK: roiiple or working mea. I 1 and heating Deluxe baths, electric kltcheni ACRI LOT, Reedy Se mee is,.

ADUPTiOTipoTmca the coeta ef retaklai etorla* ana INC.. n Flvrlde ,.orporallnnI.INDSLET (02 Tropic. I automatic defrosting refrigerators TV and
.. 'h the Circuit Court In and for ..le of said motor vehlele and mMcO.t LIMBER .'.UM.J'ANT. I telephona outlets sound proof off street psrklag
jBrwram County Florida. Cb... > of publication of notice el a Delaware corporationnirtberlaed MODERN :1 ROOM completely
J cm r ".. Re AdepUon of .el. and then to the eatlifactlonof le da buela-ee. In Ibo furniahed til) month Includes I spacious landscaped private grounds sod man; C 20 ACRES HIpPo' .ed Dry.
Xebxth :1.II .. a minor. tba balance due under the IIle' e' FI..lda, JAil Ie. H. I all utilities. Call 287 J117. I other features. All Us.abl..
; b carr Blaik. bla iup- contract with Luetlle A. Ryane, HUII.AItD and MART CARTERHUS5ASI
:tleh m Larry Eutena Will- 111 Lemon St.. Tltuevllla. Florida >. bio.. wifei ..d KAHI I_ AVAILABLE .r....... ems I Ceuney leads'
....*. tba place ef re.,d...,. of ooverla tba financial of hold ... JOHNSON end E. IMSXDA : DUPLIX FOR HINT
wfcMi I. anknowai You are b.... mm tory. .. An ourpias will SONZ4PON. his .Ir.. 0u De''d'
\bp'.soimflud tkat a Petltloa bus "be paid to you and yen will re. ..t.. la Ibe above entitled ra... i BEDROOM DUPLEX. New W. J 4
bo4A dl.d In lbs above etytod melD liable for mar ..ala..,. remaining aad that yen are hereby required air- SMITH Realtor PhONE JlHSII C PRODUCING GROVES
Count by Elias Carr Blark. for wapald under cold con. W flat yo.rs..woe with tke January. 1M. (furnished
tb. -alopUon of Ktnnetb Ray'William. tract. Clerk ef thiS. Ceurt. aad ,. cocosa I conditioned; Mims area. CaB _
.. a Minor. by tbeEllaa Ford MoUr Credit.Company souP 1II..r upos Iii Plaintiff 2(7-out after 9 pm. 1.. e iso' deells.Ala..
1.ftbl.a.r. Can Black andre SIt Permit Street or Plaintiff attorney, wkeee
v. ;. .. U aerve a copy fooea. FleHdaDeo a._ end eddnne let HMITH IMYSIS COUNTY JLDUKaCOURT. :
'i .( cauae why .: rlu ......u National Beak BulldlagJackMnvllle VAMD COVNTY. FLORIDA
taaeold mM be ranted 4 on the at- INTHE: CIRCUIT COURT OF Florida ttfit:, not I !*cell.silU.
' teraer for Petitioner, Edward L. THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR- later tb.. Jaa-iary f. 1M*. "F",. ef I 1. N.. I
( ftaaxr. tba mallln* addreub or CUT I* AND FOR BBEVARD If yen fall .. oe eo. decree pro LILLY MAfC OOODC:. alaabeewa PLEASE NOTE
... .lorIda. COUNTY "WIIDACHANCIIJ eonfeeeo will be entered ......etr.u
; in' 11011 I. Ce. aa LILLY .M UC)(>DC. 7ia.lag.Ia.tleFo .
..1111. lbe .rI"lul tll......' I. : "0. ...*. for Ohm relief demanded InCwnplalal. alee bows ae Mill C. 0
kftloa at the Clerk ef tbe buIlt r ST PinilCATIOIf: '". ai amaeda*. OoofJIC. aMw baewn aa MAl'DBMHI
r cnreait Court of Brevard County. ADA MAE 11M MOBIL Tb. mature ef said eult belae ( >K.:
I ) before tbe atb day "..Iaute.iTOM for fereeloenre ef mortgaaa reeorded 1-.... I ,
t .l1r Herein full net In Volume pTa. ,... SM 5.5Th 5 uP IU'O PITIjInSPoa
Oenfetea will be IIIIMONL n' ..._...... W Volume 82 rl"u. 01'.11.111.0' ADVANCED DEADLINESFOR AlIYew,
ye... WI._ my ber....... 'ige ten, ef the Official Meeorda I I If 1 toSs 7tesl
.( mid Ceert In TO, Roarotf atMMONa or krevard County. Florida. ibm HOTtra le hereby 1oou haS Ealit.
Chic hid day at ... Preenert Avenue dna m4 ". ) of Ike l.\I:7 I have flle4 mi Final kelaraa aeaixuler NoodI
Ck'RTia R Redea'e, re IItOl." Me t 10Pro .. Ibe .... TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED All that aerial property altuatean ) IIAI'II&| OOODF. eie* b.... IILILI.
Ibat a Complaint. for Dtveree baa bemg !. Brevard CamalyFlorida .' M. UOOOK. aloe ...we \
: I.1iT'tOLRT Wen filed italaet y.... aad yeu mare particularly deecrtbed aa MRS r r* t>C: alee
are reanlred U arrva a eepy efCemo"a"re'ntba aa foflewa: snow aa MAtDC uoona. Pe- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGIN
4FrU J.*.. Iufra lb.. iMf aad la, Slack t. Lola teen* (bet I bnre fiug. mrF _
pia At.teraey a. SP 8S 84 end M Sloth 3HNTRY .
Hew.rd c. $.,... Jr, IJ* ( ('I.IB HEIGHTS >inie. toe Oetrtbouon sad fee _
flael nwherge .e4 hal en ,... EFFECT THIS HOLIDAY SEASON -
P. O Bn* $4.15.Timas' ADDITION aeae4-
roavina Aveeue. FOURTH .
84 doe ef h_ A. D IMaai
... .. aad file Obi tbereaf ,..
nmon ills lag le Ohm Met ae
0':11.J .... 1..*.. In the. ... le an i. I win eretyie
yen era benev animal aa. or pl carded In Plat Bee IT .e the. ':. :et. VIKOIL S)
aad re,ulred le preeentW Flee ef tea Clod el Ibe Circuit 87. PvkHr. Rererde ef BrevardI roMKI.INO Ceveiy fHr
c'.I.' ... '_.e.e .lIcll (...... rTAWri'sra1.4;: of onelr neridaWIT r4 t.o.lp. FlerMe.Jwlge fee *.
> > an.rw
either ef ye... mey beveit Ia... .. 0. NEK* mv head and Ike i I ;.l ef ee>4 Fuel Helena ae4far Monday December 28th Paper
tb* Eetata ef Marcle>nana. a docrmo pea lie eel W gold 4> rt a I TttoeelUn Jr4Wr ., Mribeile bUFitJ
.___. late ef areCeuaty. oh i. Ssals it ZTS ,... inhifdmnoidd Florida bio. tod day ef t>e<*mCVMTlai fee aa fiael ( aa4
tfivberie .e teevieef DEADLINE 1 P.M.Thurs. Dec. 24
the tile Cemnlarat.DATED 5004. :
"..4. to In "* I.. LaM will sod T ,
Brevar4reu.iy BARNS*, Clertf etanM>Mef
JiMlte of ar...... Ceunu. al TltuavlUe
Kb affirm Is the Cenrtbeeae Fieridak late Ibe Clerult
Ie, FIeri... WIllis ... eml- Docombe'. tM4.Cl'.TlI .R. PADMEIc.rl V a. apocoior5141oto Clerk iiaeUr.. P MOOR Friday, January 1st Paper
lUn from the dele ef
.Pvbilo.U.s ef thin _toe. 51 CIrsoit COWl pomp .Ae aieeater ef Ibe SMataI DEADLINE Noon Wed. Dec. 30
.ae win be ....... Each lire. Ce Joe.ety., FlorIda. SSI U IS. n Frl* l 14. n,.ULI.Y/a LILLY MAina M ooob QlOr.*. : PHONE AM 70321Cef
denaaaa be I. nunt B" Mary ragerMeuly
er moM ame r n
abs ooona.n .
<< farm _...... by law. [ ClanIdOEST
aa .,. MACea OOODnV Los. Monday January 4th Paper !
L .OKKT W. KOOANAdminletnter H..... r.SEAL. Meyea. traiteraey Printing Needs! ..e_ U. t. 541. I cold M.y. 44-Mlme

o!' for pleintlffIJ 'sODSNOkT A. 101.Almor5400 DEADLINE: 1 P.M. Thurs. D 31
JNODei! 'I. BREWER Ceeelae A.... Star AdvocateSee ,.. lEaIell .c.

Sea, lilt Palm A,.. P O R... 5454 The oil fnploaa Muls _SireN..* Florida

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PAYMENT Beau/ifu $15,000 TO $19,000

S rnrsl forge LOTS fOt SALE .kj .rA QLBN.Wio .

.. A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville to tuat) Hoaaea ratMct* to IW H. ft, atlaiaiun.

LOW DOWN Only 3 MJ Waat of U. S. 1 On Garden Street COWART CARTER


ROOM TWO TILE BATHS none :7-J222 or 2 723Ji'rll.


THuevllle (".rl..) Itar-A. \.

HI Rain Or Shine The Responses Pour In With S-A Classifieds

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Continued from preceding page Mobile Homes

Read The Ads
STATLER deluxe. 55 x 10 Don't Have The Down Payment?
MOBILE HOME OWNERS small equity and take over COUNTRY ESTATES
...1.aymcnta.! 367.9107.Plumbino THEN. .


FREE! of forced.pcr-cast 630 concrete to 1000, steel gallons.rein- 3 AND 4 .
Grease traps Instilled, tanks BEDROOM.1 Lt ui show you how you may have your Dream
pumped ind cleaned drain Homo the easy way. If you have equity In 0 house
fields reliid. Pitlman Septic BATH Lot Trailer Boat, Car, Notes or Anything of Value
$20 down payment and $20 I Tanks, Inc. 2674421 P. O'i Call Ui. Wo will take It In on a now home for your
month will buy your own fun Box 2016, Titusville. &: LOUNGE $14,500 to family.
acre mobile home lot at beau HOMES
tiful Lake Louise Estatei. Be. Real Estate $19,500 "THE TRADING SPECIALISTS"
come your own landlord. Many
fimilici now reside here. Don't : tarp Bedroems
buy 'before you ice for yourself. GORDON'SHOLIDAY o Full Tiled Baths JUST SUTTON & ASSOCIATESREALTY
LAKE LOUISE ESTATESon xptrlerxed for high dais .p.r.tion.Old o Family Room k 'i
Route SO Bathlo. Fla, pay, permanent o Central Air CendiH.enlng $100 CO.
15 miles east of Orlando and Heat
Phone Orlando 5682761 GREETINGSAt TWO BARTENDERS: por militia
1528 S. WASH.
OR CHRISTMAS PARK FHA & includes 267 -9440
Route No. 50, Christmas,Florida this happiest season of the Experienced In high class Laun,..
Phone: 5682011 year, I wish to extend to you, CONVENTIONAL Everything
earliest; and warmest greetings ?
for.he holiday season
and sincerest wishes for a
May I take this opportunityto IMPERIALTOWERS COLEMAN BROS.
thank YOU for YOUR past I
patronage and ny I look forward "Off Old Dlxit Highway"
to serving you, your LOUNGETITUSVILLE 267-5437
friends and neighbors In the 267-9134 267.5293 PARKLAND: ESTATES
23 Main AM 73025 Titusville.(
'''. SEE OAKWOODMobile TODAY DESIGNED Nawut moil madam development In
CHRISTMAS WATERFRONT 120 ft on both wo; : or r the ore,!Mail luxury at die pried
sides US 1 in Titusville. Good FOR BETTER Masonry,with brick front big landKoptd -
2 bedroom home on property yardi Colonial atvmlnum l
64 FALCON, with i additional room for office .Iff Home Subdivision LIVING windows, tilt baths with full color
building or apartment on A fixturoi o terrazzo floors a spacious
4 Dr., St., 4 CiCK( west side. Riparian) rights "I'; {rn"DWJ. clotott with louvered doors 0 double
CyRhH. I J7 J with extended bulkhead line Featuring: sliding glass door overlooking' yard .
on east aide Call Arrow Real. ; j AND 4 IRS built-In TV jacki the window illli 0
64 ALFA ROMEO ty 6277037. Titusville, Flop 1, Itt, 254 BATHS utility room o 40-gallon water heater
Ida. Broken Invited. i LARGE 7i'! x 110' LARGE POOL 0 CENTRAL HEAT.concrete drlvowoyiand '
Cony, Spider (Continued on page) < \# 6a 0 MORE)
RicH. Z $11,300 $14,030 Of? Beautiful IIltch.na..ullt"n TappmCAJ
64 PONTIAC Men And Women n CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES". ,ehyy M.hr rango with hood exhouit.Doublehrwa.ruNa
", slnki Formica coblnotil

Bonn., (lilY. $$3195 Neededto ;j' ]rnmm' rn? -; I

Auto 63 'IS.FORD. and train managers as ssslKtint In convenient manager ,i ;;, U ":.( $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY MODELS ppFROM w- $77 MONTHLY -

type markets. Good salary, ,\ SEI THEM NOW Including principle.' Interest, tgxet
!, : TO REACH OAKWOOD From Titusville ,
: northon ,
Flit Back XL hospital insurance, paid va go Insurance houw and lot
v-I Auto . $$2495 cation Excellent opportunity I aktnttiiif4..h'I"LIJ -ii.'to U. S.1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S,1 for'
for advancement with expanding one more mile to our entrance on right. For free.
63 FAIRLANE chain Apply I'll I I ISt. ,<,,,, .; information Call 2675586. NEAR SCHOOLS. CHURCHES SHOPPING CENTERS PARKS
General Stores, Inc. 531 Park Convenient Modern. Giving: < :
500" VI ., Titusville Fla. {; DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK
VMTrlm' $$1695| : I ." Ua4nw4w.. D.'" olat..hu.l ,'1<1' TODAY!
4 idea- r..ww.4.
CM.* .'. fVnpmiU i. *. C+*lr4MltMMl ,, N.SINGlITONAVlTITUSVlLLtFlA.Ptf.2674l4.Enjoying ; .

62 CORVAIR ,Air CwMlMliv... ei P.Pe.Ml tar tHIMm* '4.,
.. ., ,' ;,
Monit St., RAH 2 Dr. $$1195 Mewl Td.rha,. __e-" .ri.-.Gqw.N.4r.a '.' ____ 0_ _

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62 TEMPT. ...., ,, ", !
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"FOREST HILLSESTATES" ,.....1' .' Your
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59 MERCURYH. LEFT! u r ChristmasWeekend t. : ,

r, V-1, CHAS. JANNARONBTltuivlUa
Aut.s $ 695 Shopplnf Center

It&H AM 7.3441 34 BEDROOM ? -

'Centre' !

bedroom, 2 bath, Florida .
I room, double cirporte, central I ANDAUSCHOOU.ejOHH TAKE THEFAMILY
heat, tedded front lawn
McCotterFord I and many other entrat.
Turn off U.S. 1 onto Faye -
Boulevard, 'o 'w. blocks, w
I turn right, than turn left en tii ew 4
Hlblicui. Open all day
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Year To Wish All w
j-ou"assurance of'
16 NEW Attractively priced from
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quality and the Our Friends I MEDALLION 815,000 lo 25,000

obscr .'anus. of high WITH ALL TYPES FINANCING
now under CONItntCtion < AVAILABLE
ethical standards and will M a
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DIRECTIONS De"lopert and Builder

NORTH BREVARDFOR (/-rtinn-L.t>un'iij & 1I' I.I/ac/ J/nc. I Tak.G.rd.ast.w..to JEM BUILDERS, INC. i REALTY
Carpenter Road and tiara 1514 Sevrii Washinghr. An-Tituvili.

INFORMATION Ph. JS7-5SJ3 REALTORS -1NSURORS I north fellow Signs. W. B.AXELROD. Pra. AM 7.3mPa1.18

Dial AM 7.2011Day.: Night. or Holidays


3 December U. W. TMwsvttte. (PlerMa), St.r Advecat. Page 'If

Your Best Real Estate Buys Are In Titusville I

Real Estate Real Estate _'_ n ___._ _
rued from preceding page) Real Estate Real Estate

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Real Estate WALK TO SCHOOL *
4 bedroom S bath. I car gar MOVE!: IMMEDIATELY into 1, bedroom I bath fenced '
age. Central heat and air S, or 4 bedroom homes brand -back yard- J_.7-TUN_ --
Choice corner lot. No qual new In area of much higher REMODELor .
ifying. Owner priced homes. Small down 2 bath
room. near ocean
-- beautiful Whispering Hills )110) down. S13T per month payment and only SftS month Fireplace central l heat and REPAIR
JEYELOPERS! SO acres with located conveniently at the pays .11.' ly total payment VA no down alP INTERIOR
,lenty of road frontage, water north end of Greenwood St. READY SOON payment. BRENTWOOD ES. SWIMMING POOL HOME near f 4 0
and sewer available. Sensibly Jubt off State road 405. J or 4 bedroom central heat TATES, west on garden M. ocean. Full price $1 .ouo. with orEXTERIOR !A "" 4
priced to allow margin 3 Bedrooms with paneled 4th and air, $7M down. Sill SHOO down monthly payments '
Ifor. profit For details call bedroom which can be used asa month pays all. TERRIFIC BUY In VMilnprrlng Siaz LARGE or SMALL ta"e
lAtrow Realty 267-7037. TitusIVtUt. den or Fireplace Hunter Park Home Lake bedroom 2 full tile WILL ACCEPT: : house lot. WE APPRECIATE /
Florida ..Joo wall carpets,i 2679221 Anytime. bathe, large utility, double trailer or boat In trade on
Florida room. Fully equip. -aftIARWOOD carport newly decorated either of atxne prnpcrtlct THEM ALL!
GROVE FOR SALE ed kitchen with dishwasher, carpeted,I vanities built In refrigerator Call 428 6N4 New Smyrna 5If
disposal, built In rJ'dln Estate tree studded sue grass lot. :S. 4 and S ft x 120 ft lot. BOO down S107 Beach or write P. O. Dux Jail Call w-tnt t.
Hi ACRES 32 acres presently month Includes taxes and
per M
kitchen nook 2026.
oven bedroom home, electric kit. Aft r i ,.m,
lia Grove balance Is Rood: insurance 430 Abbott Ave
central air It
(high land, priced at only beat.ring room Insulated ceilings and chen, central heat and air, Evenings or weekend 267-3737 (Continued on next pact)
[$2,000 per acre, Brevards some ready for occupancy or or LEN RANDELP.O.
walls, Inclosed 2 car garage choose lot and plans. No
finest location for tree your
and utility. qualifying, no closing cost I.. 1104 TitusvilleDEPENDABLE
and production record Call
;hoose from brick veneer stucco conventional loans, convenientto II III
Arrow" Realty 2676931. XIItusvllle. Local Distance Movers !
Florida.'HOUSES or pre-cast stone construct- but out of light and noise e
of super-highway. Parochialand o
FOR SALE FROM buses. 1
public school -- -
mile north of Tlrus\Ule, LaGrange I Moving Packing h K h N ,
[NEW S BEDROOM 2 tile baths $21,900Call area, off Old Dixie r
f electric range central heat Storage Shipping w' 2
land air-condltioninz, carpnrte Mr. Ben M. Tyler Highway.CALL / i7f

land utility room. $13.400. $900 267-5494: 267300 FREE ESTIMATES :287-3341: George ..
[down and move In. Phone r
ISpangler Investment. 28711928. 3 BEDROOM HOME lane living 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath built In LOCAL AGENT Barley
\ room foyer, custom. stove fenced. $500 down. BREVARD RIDGEWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD

4| LARGE bedrooms, forced air drapes, large well utility pump room refrigerator patio terms Payments or trade about on $80.equity Take 160- FUR STORAGE 1600 N. U S. No. 1 CRATING Inc. GREETINGSWe i
I |all GE equipment. .FHA $16.- Low, down payment. 267- Lakevlew I Av*., South Lake PUBLIC WEIGH SCALEYKKKKKKKKKKYKYKYKYY
700. $600 down. 267 3564. 1895.r key next door, owner NE6HOT. _. REAL ESTATE 1;
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WHEN I '' b1f yen a Christmas near your lived
1 1a
A $10,995 net MMM .f |joy and peed will.I .

0 ORK'NKKKYK'eYKK'aKKYYK'eYYKKYYKKKKK'eKKKKKKKRKKK Us Indian Immaculate River, Cosy Heights, 2 & ASSOC
Bedroom, M baths, I
r built In range and oven REALTY CO. $\
Screened porch large
r ,. tot, Better r y.I only K. 1328 S. Washington 267-0440 f:
$*:! per month after t

down payment.
e SEVERAL Exe.ilentfurnl -
; d O = tithed| homes, for rent laTltuavllle

Jr = 142 S

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may you and your loved one have a = I r

merry Christmas,and enjoy all the traditional Think Of ) your Day It ttmthrJ ti ilhJiappinm i 'i wlshcsy
nd your holiday inuim n one of 2 INTEGRITY
festivities and delights of this glad time
FIDELITYAgent "yend fmxl direr Merry thnitmttt : fur a Chriatinh

' FMcCotter Motors ALLIED VAN LINES EDWARDS REALTY ,p 1 rich by

[101 South Washington Ave. AM 7-2112 \ STORAGE Ic TRANSFERDAY BALDWIN SHOPPING CENTER 8 1 f spiritual
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cs@ the Real National Estate) Association Boards Only of i I l 5 tnosnenli
a@ @Di) out & r members of the Association

I see only may those display who this display...1. And this 4, s .S. "y for you.

; seal I may call themselvesRsiRers. k1

: Something Good Something Different. II Inc.George. M. Barley, Jr., ISo ,

I. e J. W Chlldre, RealtorDanenburg'f .. .

Something New In This Area ii S. Realty Duffy' Rill EstateDrytnCouway Beach g The Holld.v.Our Employ With*.Their May Famlllee Enjoy

t c.I Wlnstead, Inc We Will Be Closed
31I e Campbell AuocUtts,
t All Day Friday and Salurdayl
I 1'1 W CRETE WALLS, THEN SEE 'I' -; ....4: 'r'7ff, "":' :' ,., : e Edwards RealtyEd r

I \ BEAUTIFUL :t '.. '.,Id'r:, :.. $1' ,' A i .. llarrli Kitties Realty Agency, Inc. GUS FAULK

Y : L. 0. Newman
BRIK HAVEN K : ,.. ittJ., Realtor CHEVROLET

.4..s Small select subdivision of 32 lots, paved streets, t ;I Dunn Searle Realtors
/1 sidewalks wonderful water Nothing like it in f .' :I;1 Stoner Realty Tttuevill. 287.1234aawwwwwwwwwawwwwww.wwww.paw.wwwwwwwwwwwrwwww
this area featuring Owens-Corning fiberglass I Sydney Schwartz '
Insulated side walls with exteriors of beautiful e W. J. Smith
California redwood and brick for a lifetime of 1
carefree maintenance. Price from $3-fl,000 be- .
low Brevard County Market. = % : "jI

Find One Like It .+ .= u :l I ILLar I

And I'll Buy It

Over 1800 sq ft. living area, plus garage or double carporte. Total price These Homes 2 ,
$16.960. Featuring 4 spacious and I really do mean spacious master bed 2 .................tl.aw.lr
walk Wood Don't Meet CompetitionThey ., _...,. its.................
14 x 16'} each with In closets. paneled family room A
rooms 04.... ..................r
large dining room, dream kitchen and continental cooking center and Wed Make It ...... ... 1UCH -."" .....
snack bar. Huge living room and 2 over..I td baths. I $ea4* .
Other Beautiful Model. Available aa little aa I S = wed.Neal.fee..
n.e._ isa s..e, prwa a.ren dt..M.Me
3 & 4 BATH Win. ....-11I.-" e,( ,w1
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\ .! 'I .f' 1, 3\ Slttdl 1 It Bedroon Rental Aoartmenls
I Iron. SIOO monthly U.luralalled
OWNERS A .UILDERS Model Now Open t .wr

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267-28)4) .. !

Drive north on U.S. I from Mime caution a .-'t ." ,.t. 1#
light approKimately 4 mile to pa- ad ._ u .==-
Immediately south of KeBy's Concrete l.I
plant turn left, go west *. ratte, CTOM FEe lffJfI
spur track turn right BRIK HAVEN 700 I
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. Star Advocate Classified AdsContinued .1 rrrrrrrrKrKrrtrrt.Karrt.Irrarerr' Sincere twurrrKr'trd I VV r (D JrV j 2 A

( from preceding page) ServicesXEROX Used Cars & Trucks Wanted To Buy ENVELOPES BunlneM Sizes, i 3f Wishes y I Mabf I.D I.

USED AUTOMOBILES City for maillnv. Full stock at A
Real Estate 914 COPIER .repro- 56 PONTIAC, 4 door, Star Chief, Auto Parts AM 73688 Star.Advocate. i* *.'_ .ft A Rr
ducts and legally anything acceptable.photo exact Complete good condition. $300. 2677743 GOOD USED standard key. flow A I C CISr ;i
1963 CORVA1R MONZA air board portable typewriter. wok MO i
MOUSE S FOR SALI Secretarial Service r.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrriM er
Notary Public Monique See conditioned, radio automatic wishes fervourCkrMwM AV ;
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EDGEWATER, 2 BEDROOM, retarlal bcivlce, 2323 So. Iransmliwlon, IS,.000 mile, 267.0336.Work .HA A hessra.4 A
furnnhod masonry home. WaNhlngton 26711544 11790. phone 267.6201 or call WantedWILL ,:
Clone; In, $7500. Park Avenue 267-6891 i jf ROGERS OUTBOARD !
Realty 103 E. Park Avenue, LIQUID GLASS AUTO POLISH i DO Ironing< In home Ak I .
1963 PLYMOUTH FURY clean my ,
Edgcwatcr A scientific 1 break throughIn as new. Power ateering. auto pick and delivery If pre Y |g U03, Garden St ,. 267-6414 .If.
J BEDROOM auto polishes Unlike J: matic transmlsiion, good ( edP 1039 Alford Street, r {laa>o.asI{a aldalIrloa{> {laalaaaa.{{{ a ralaaa{ {I.ai If.
carpeted BATH fully anything you have used 13mm double Eagle tires, radio, Lakevlew Hills. prr sir wrw Mrrrr.+itiYrKir'r.xrx rrrrrlcrrxpr ,,, 2'II.
newly I .
painted to wash, clean St heater. Must ace to appre ...... A .
Many extras Indian River ---------- -
Height, $1,000 down, SlaM coat your car, appliances elate Call 267.0336 after 0 V -I.
cte Contain no oil A
p.m. or anytime Sat Si Sun I
month. Taxes and Insurance A M lV
or wax For info call 207SMI 2If
Included 267.2652.Services i N
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drive Chevy'ton H A
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pickup 4 speed trans.miaalon .
FREE! t II I 11.000 miles. $2390, r + Aa3 Q ..
Phone 267-6201 or 2676895i 2 V A r A...
FAST FILM developing' 24 hour L. P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION 2 e 3 3V ..,
service, SPECIAL for Dctcm i WILL. accept In trade on any t. II 3 3V i.
"her. Kodachromc.Ektathrome car boats, radios, TV's, C -9
135 20 Bides and Koda Suburban Propane guns tools, furniture or any. 4 'cr AY lAnd A Very.
chrome a mm movie-OTt per 2019 U S. 1 N. 267.6411 thing of .value Browning 2F :
roll JeID' Auto Sales 40:} Hopkins 267 P rV
| Jewelry' Big Ap 1520 r I 8'w
pie Plane
VACUUM SETTLES Roofing ROOFING and Remodel.Ing Complete -. Read Star.Advocate .l 2 r A M .f.,..
All Service 1004! Pine Street .
Makes Phone 287 7J80: Classified Ads Happy
'.n...._._._._._. Phone 267.3455. i 2A Ali A AY = tI
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happy -- peace

J Christmas Day Christmas Day J The Fine l lM 4 i

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The Home Of One Owner 21 r 404r

a w '< yf+' Handpicked 1103 Garden Inland St.Cars \\ ARCO DODGE Hopkins at Harrison VV i t

r,, V r 267-7042 J 2674931WSWWS&i Ia V y: Have Had
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We deeply appreciate being able to help you in your The Privilegel!: '.

Building and Real Estate Needs r! i

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.aerarv In the true spirit of the season we wish you oil the "old-fashioned"Joysof iI I I

the holidays... the *.,new delights of good friends around you. good Li Litf
857. J (
I' times and good chttr and the gladaess of exchanging gifts and greetings. g It's REAL ESTATE hUfj .

1( : ... : i And In a spirit of sincere gratitude,we wish to extend our thanks K I"! 11fi ';

for your favors and friendly good will. Each day in our business We ii 8'

r 4 makes us appreciate more deeply how much our pleasant association means fil I.

/ s wishing you an fashioned Christmas,tilled with ill If at
the joys ot fellowship and good cheer,and a holiday season g 11314 South Washington
brightened by many merry moments tor your entire family Builder and Developer of Beautiful 5 AM 7-3858
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; C W Daotnburf. Realtor

CONSTRUCTION 5 MAIM Pat Pitt Minor.,..., AMOC.y AMOC.-. ,,
HAWKINS Paul Scbol. ASM*. 45
A COMPANY LANTERN PARK r v J Sandy Doe Seamon.Pockett: "Sect lot. a

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STAR ADVOCATE'S k C .. b'Tb"Nb' ilietbnb yY '''5. 9hIQ'h 'WI'1a'i* 'f'1II"iSk"tfe .

Ann Landers Crossword Puzzle \jreslrngg\ ': : .:. < :!

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Christmas 1964 of CofttM'S'speed JKklt tainly: A + and

.. atNrr'for '". II.Obw DOWlC".sl Arab60 U'Ch1ao a. cu good W/gheg)/ for :

breath L ortaa7 lett.rt. s + ,
EDITOR'S; NOTE: Nine of gloom and doom blame the I .Land J.FUat nt. 21.Wltt711I.11I" "

,ears ago ADD Landers sorry state of the world for a.Cr\ItItac..a .ATNg ,

wrote; a special column for their anxieties and faUures.1 10.Pok.? .. w.1P4 :at. Jnem1: + + ". a Chfi&fmag!

Christmas Day. Readers response when real trouble Is slake a. he 30. PIaI4 w A w "
Int weolsn

was overwhelming and the words of the late and great .13.ILWupon An wmtal 7. Rind fabrtcll TsMe ...,.s Aaowrp Our sincerest beet wishes! for a happy Holiday season and the a

str? has repeated the column David Nets*anger, chairman of IC1oso to 0.Tksttl Rcpt very best for 1961.

annually with some topical the executive committee of the 18. JnCON hiLI 11. short 3T Cant y

modifications. This Is her Mennlnger Foundation: ILT.htt5.la IL Men sword: 3I.M_,*. N

Christmas special for MM 'If each of us can be helpedby national rod 11. Foot saute dint 1KIh Early 4t medicine Father: Fr.U. I 8

Today is Christmas. Al 1"U.IttJ7 SSenonoSAKificlal I F i
science to live a hundred .Animai' 11' I.
about us we hear talk of peace IllI hWe a aiLNorTefef 13."lIMo langvac .
years, what will it profit us if SeA
bur 4(. Man'.name
on mm.;arth Yet and we good know will that In our hates and fears our loneliness oval ctII'ft bUst:.... Lt Utt ....Peru 8 INDIAN RIVER PLAZA STATE ROAD 50 iI

many parts of the world there permit and us to our enjoy remorse them will? what not 21. SlIkwomaATolt..... ? I I' ''t 7 I )1 )f' )t ) ) ) ) )a )t2aaa )a ) ) ) ) ) ) 3

is no peace and in the hearts ol use is an extra year or two to wild: naut1d 110 ---

many men there is no good the man who kills what time he IInrdonlSS

will.A. bas" L2L1atriftd: Plwsonta I I HOW lao >bU SURH I MnE/ANTi

defeatist philosophy hat partial* REALLY
threatened to capture many ol Trouble is the common denominator RWtt .. f : :1 t' 0 ; !J SET TO TRY THIS TOi9 rHT? MEAN IT? g00R r' '

our young people. They com of living The aching Uirourhn4throucb II It o SlEEPlNO BA<3 T 6OTFORCHRSTAWST .
plaflj that civilization is out of heart dwells In the mansion as

joint and threaten to resign well u the hovel Sorrow is an U. Seleete* tl- H i t, 'N, 'N. '/. I

irott the human race. They inevitable part of living. No military enrtoeS

resent having to live in a magic elixir or miracle pill can Befor !1 : II 1TWAT5

dangerous and untidy world protect us against reality forever aRowlnffImplement iI V

Chef never made. But whatgeneration Tomorrow always comes. /, 'I 'f.

ever made the Each day we decide the direction '1.tojr4S. Spinning n i" Ll ; w

it had to live in? in which life will !
world our .=.tahaZto : : : : 41 41 4) t t ,
And who of us, at one time move by selecting one courseor InJ '

or another has not felt like resigning another by making a series 44. firm ol" ''II.' 41 4'

from the human race? of small decisions. No one 4T.Typ automebO till
Whit kind of a world spends can make the right decision
biltyons of dollars on missiles every time. To fall Is no disgrace oa 65.64?

and permits children to go to The disgrace lies in not M Inland: fitfIX 4I Iti1l16HT ONE n ./

bed hungry? i getting up to try again. Tai : D NOW
difficult times in ,
These are
Since this column
live "advan a problem THB C1RCTIT COURT OP IMIwIOCiICOIeO.R+1 Y'
which to despite I[ hear CIRCUIT
about troubles of every THE NINTH JIDICIAL
ces" on every side Everythingis IN AND POX BRCVARD ,y'C
imaginable type People often COUNTY, STATE or FLORIDA N001QU
';pasteurized homogenized, ask if this work is depressing. IN CHANCERT NO 1MUr AROTIC.

pressurized and psychoanalys No it is not depressing tt 0 ICI? "
Although each era has pre RATMOND OROVLR HCNION, I
Is and hd.utL 1WN
rewarding gratifying
sented Its specific problems '
famine Many who write to me don't HART ALICE HENSON 4 4
flood and
disease, wars, DofondaaUTOl t' ,!. ,l
want advice. They do want A
before has
depression never MART AUCE HCNVONHMldonoa of

civilization been faced with an someone to listen. 1 am indeed mkaawaOROVCR am 1 ., 4

nlhilation. fortunate to have been given IOU ARE HCRCIT NOTiFICD 1 :4

Thermonuclear and biologicalwar this opportunity to listen and to that a etvl.d Bull Soo mount boo.by HIM RATMOND In lie Asb.n

threatens to hunt down help. For there is no greater HENION rialBtlff.aad K t4
matt wherever he is to suf reward than to serve And with ant rats aro rNelnd to ,

tocate him incinerate him, In. God help I will continue to do sir,. a copy of yap Aaowof of

feet him or drive him Into a my best. aid David Complaint Burnt, or on William Attomoya.X. Ckoa.tor T. 4 z5. ( HAVa5MOQr ,,.YCCJ TAME OPTHL

radioactive world. Peace is the T4I1 North Atlaail Avaauo, } JOHAyl1'fFVW, 0cx'r ROOM AND ItLTNL THL OTtNN.
Caw Canaveral fl.Hd..d tint ? + S MR.ABlRNA1NY. 1lweiD
only answer to the superweapon IN THE l,Ol'NTT JCM1R'R tbo orlflntl In tbo offlro of Iko t ,f f i
Clara of Iko Circuit Court oo. orMfnro .5- Lost
lanuanr II, IMt. FOA ITQ
And assuming war is avoided COUNTY FLORIDA HEREIN PAIL NOT or a doeroo a JIB..
.(how safe is this American IN RFl F-HTATE' OP pro omfoaio will bo ontorodaialaat A IOOIC

republic when in the name of TACT JONTH, *R. you '" FROM
DocoaaodAH ITNEHi: sat? bead ant sod of i xAr
patriotism, groups which encourage said Court la inward County, J
: suspicion and distrust ertdllora. of. tbt entat ot Florida. ISIS SItS. day ef Dooombor Irlr
Stacy Jono Nr doceaood ankonbv r rII
of our neighbors find growing kotlfled and raaulredIII : I. 1M4Curtll M II.... I

support? We are concerned because .."any mar claims b... a or..1..01 demands...4 wblcktb .. Court A< Clark of ISO Mid Clnull .r R R ,a, I

the Russians may place In ,Ik. efno* of tko County Q
Jud" 0' Rivard Count" Tlorlda.
By V. I. ipiRtl.rDwuty
the first man on the moon I.: the CourtkotiM tt Ttlutvllle. ClorkC1rcult
Florid. ..It bl. .!> calendarmontbi *"
Should we not instead be concerned < Court loan S M 17; d pntic.
from Iko <1tt of tbo nil ,
II M. 114 Ita I. S (IrOJIM'S
about our failure to live publication ., tbl nolle. Etch: iS..l, rid twap.. W

J like brothers bar* on earth? olalm and or domaod moot Mil muni the bo plan In writInn errealdoeoe X.y ar M i y e. ,. NOIYf ..IRtIC1ftNhNav .Ma (Mi.IltMDWWS w.111MIDWallkNOWSTSi1N

It.is fashionable to be "well aid _Iorrlc. artdrom 1HLRL aefauJ eArq w WHAT HaTO Wit ear THIRL U '

adjusted" People are search: of worn bo (claimant. br Iho and elalroaat mull bli bo TV KEEL WHICH HDUhGAUI FIND R LDMa.,, ja

ing Jn bottles and pills for am a bocomo..nt. or void bit aooordln atlornrv. or U It I..will. Frertidonal A OvtrtnttW INSURANCE 111; rn Yr" aW.

munition with which to fight Dated n.c.mlMl I 1M4 ( rvk* /'etAW1TN1lIIVeSM1
the dally battle of living. They /., (,.,,411. lr..no "0.... AGENCY, INC. /t ,l
Claudia Irono JonroAnolllarr NIW MANACIMIMT
anesthetize their brains, hoping KiooutHi: of Ibeastat..e M.InsIl. Avenud
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.... it Tltutvllte/ (Florida), Star-Adveesle ',lcI.y, December 25, I4N [

I Merry Christmas, ColonelGirl ,- ""4I""f I Kids Nab CriminalPAINESVILLE I-till -beautiful war to-stop nstP1Derjsb

Scouts of the Indian Rlv,. to those organizations and : \ Ohio (AP) police/ and four officers dragged 1 4:'
er City area and their leaders,,, worthwhile groups, and rest assured r : One of the FBI's most-wanted him from a railroad ditch where
are extending Christmas wishes!I the Colonel knows the : criminals described as armed be cowered face down.
to one of their most Important t: "worthwhile groups", 'tIIi \ and desperate was in custody He made no effort to use the g
benefactors Col. W. H. Bosh, The Girl Scouts realize do
; as { ,fIt today, chased down by a groupof pistol beside him. 1
many other groups of the Indian school .
grade boys.More
Is often the case,the greatest .,, River City neighborhood, ," /, than 100 officers had 1
tributes are of words rather that the militant attitude of the CrashContinued KEEPS uJ
!than frankincense and myrrh, good colonel is superficial and hunted the man identified as RUSt
Alfred 38, for 18
and realizing this the scouts and that under that military skin, Oponowicz AWAYf
hours after he From Page 1
their leaders, In appreciation, as tough as a cason-pulling Ar overpowered a
my mule, beats a heart as big hospital guard and escaped cleared the mountain on .
armed with the officer's
as "all out doors" and pistoLBut Sweeney Ridge, about 10 miles II M.SpnrCM.
plays it each day, \ 0 it was eight boys, ages 8 south of San Francisco.
to 12, who ran him down.
during this season, Guard radioman Fred ass
"That's the counterfeiter, let's J YOUR
goes about his tasks.
get him," one lad shouted when Goodwin said the plane passed
He "lives in a :
within few feet of concrete COLOR3
a 24
of the road, and is a he spotted the fugitive on a railroad where six
transmitting building Derusto enimeiized
spray prime
man", overpass less than a mile
men were on duty, and crashed finishes, boautlfle, protect any
From the hospital, where Opo
Merry Christmas, I shook the of metal surface
with an impact that type with JUST
From the Girl Scouts, nowicz was being treated for ONE COAT. =>..
Town, from the Indian wounds from a gun battle Tues building.
day when he was arrested for "There was Just about a pea .,.....lIlbl...
..are City branch of the ..
"IIM It.1111II-111 oM1.FACTORY
soup fog up here, a Coast !
brary, from the many ,; counterfeiting."Why
and from the many, don't you give up?" one Guardman said. "The wind
boy asked Oponowlcz. must have been blowing 60 PAINT
and out", have ,
and savored your "Ill never give up," he replied miles an hour" OUTLET, INC.
brand of kindness. Merry i flashing his pistol and The Weather Bureau said vlsl. Baldwin Shopping Center
mas) dashing away. bility at takeoff was three miles
; The boys ran after him, but with light rain and fog, scattered .., ..." i............
clouds at 400 feet and .....- .."-"'"
slipped Neighbors
away. I ....", ....,
God who heard the chase called\ overcast at 1,000 feet. I I
t Y
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f Continued From I

her MISSAVIA and her exciting'v
Cd. whorl I ed messages paved the ] REPAIRS !,
the well coordinated

ban composed a Christmas .I followed.\ Portions of "" ,j :..,.. .
sages were released in
for the benevol
ent Colonel message: stories on major needed it gave them to the Titusville WE

"I know a real Santa Claus this country during the happy Jaycees to distribute. Paul Salisbury, v ADDITIONSUp
Instead of him living at the While June stood by kind.. Gasser accepts the toys from Linda WANT
North Pole, he lives among us radio, Wes and Falrley The member of the FHA. Salisbury
here at 155 W. Coquina, In Indies the crlse two-crossing MAF Kwtlu Jaycee president, said that they
River City. planes. few would be delivered with Christmas
week of Intense
"A big man, Colonel Boshoff activity that baskets.-S-A Photo. d ROOM
.Ii. headquarters received < ana assumed that the I
"I'm thankful that I am a friend the first time In sev-1 been together at Christmas
the evacuation was I I
of J his. their entire family has I time. d
However, there
"He works for the newspaper, missing missionaries.
"And did the Girl Scouts a nice
favor. Ten days later, MAr Downtown d I
At home and afar his helpfulness egram ton Headquarters from Wes saying Titusville, Fla.

"Shines like a Star. Protestant L11sferii Up To 5 Years Bank Financing At Low Bank Rates
children had been t
"II. !is retired now and gives I
I It was a tense and
i the money he earns from the PLANNING. I,
newspaper to the Girl Scouts .the tam0y lion SPECIALISTS IN COMMERCIAL AND
and other organizations. DESIGN AND
'/ able to spread the Girl Scout CONSTRUCTIONFREE
movement across the miles
(As a word of explanation, Winter Term Registration Corner Hopkins.
end Breed St.CHRISTMAS
Col. Boshoff, as most people DICIMMR U (M) 7.t P.M. Tlruivlllo High School ESTIMATES- NO OBLIGATION!
know, is the South TltusvUle-In- M P.M. I." Gillie High School I

I Alan River City area reporter, DICIMBIR 2t (T) l.' P.M. College Campus, Coco I I IT1tuI.m.
'i and he keeps the bits of news Stackhouse Construction Co.I
t' pouring into this office. It is a DICIMtIR 301W( ) j., P.M. College Cimpui, Cocee TOY SALE

tedious Job, requiring many COST Credit Court*. $4.00 per trlmoiter hour Limited Tim. Only
0' hours gathering and .. Florida P. O. Box 2122 Ph. 267.3688 Aft.r (
I I many more. Non-cr.dlt court $5.00 for complete course Hours Ph. 267-9568 :

I I typing.makes From he the pays money only the his Colonel Immediate For mere Information, phone the Reglifrir, 43M111 Sale Starts Saturday Dec. 26 Over 30 Years Construction & Horn Financing Experience j I:

expenses; the rest goes .. .. II ,
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1 Group FABRICS 1-GROUP TOYS . . 50c 1 Group Men Long SINve 1 Group BETTER WATCHES
Values to 99c . 3 YDS 1 1.00
SPORT SHIRTS. Men and Ladle Fully

Sri. TRESSY Regular! FASHION 3.94 DOLLS. .. .. 2 50 ITT Style*, plaid.*, stna 2 FOR 5.00 GuaranteedLimited 36.88
.olid*. Quantity. VaL to 100.00 .

Fabric.Values to 45"1.19 wid. . YD 87 C TRESSY Kit. Re HAIR;. 1.94 GLAMOUR. . 1.00 I SPORT Group Men SHIRTS.Short Ivy Sleeve or II PIECE SET Fin

Regular.! Solid. Strips,2 FOR 3 00 Imported China. Reg. 34.95 21.00
TRIK-TRAK CRALLYRag.- 4.00 Print.. S-M-L. Reg. 3.99. *>
\ Group PRINT and DARK ROAD '.00 ... Men's Deot. -
SEERSUCKER Fabric. P "f f 1 Grp. COSTUME
36 to 45" raL to 1.19. . YD. J j Toy Department I Croup DRAPERIES, I Il Value to 2.00 JEWELRY3 FOR 1.00 1 '

M.n'a Long SI...SPORT SHIRTS Broken sizes Ie lengths /3 TO 1/Z OFF Jewelry & Gifts -
Ivy Style. Stripe and *om.
2 44
1 Tab!. NOTIONS, f AC White*. Re;. 3.99 . ) Home
Reduced to more . .. III Dept. CLEARANCE on all LADIES' COATS

Piece Goods Dept. Value to 5.99 4.00 l.dl.s! lingerie and found. II Brcken Styles and Sizes

Brok.n Site .. ..' atlon priced for quick UP TO2 OFF
Clearance .. Asst. Colors. Limited Quantities
n>nlr.n eI.! .* 3 to 6x tt 7 to 14 ,/3 OFF 1 Group CASUAL SLACKS 3.00regular Lingerie Dept.BOYS' -
Broken sli** and color PR. CROUP I 14.00

Limited Quantity .. Y.lu.to23.95. ... .........
1 Group CHILDRENS JACKETS, Il Camel or Nay.,. S to 18 I/
3 to tw. VaL to 1195 .. 13 OFF Dacron Sc Wool SPORT COATS reg. or slim. VaL to 1199 .. 3 OFF
38 to 48 15
Year-round weight. GROUP Z

2495 .UU BOYS AU Weather CO3Only1.14&2lO Value to 39.00 ... ....,.,.. 17.00

1 Group GIRLS COATS 15 Only MEN'S SPORT COATS . 10.00
Regular 1199
Some with Zip-Out
1/3 OrtVaL Value to 29.95Sroken 8 00
to 1198 7 to 14 .. .. .. GROUP 24.00
3lie* BOYS Black Vinyl BOMBER Value to 4100 ... ... .....
JACKET. Site I to IS 7 0 0
1 Group MEN'S SLACKS Regular 199 . .
I ; roT : S COATS / OFF Dacron tt WooL plain or pleated. 7 8 8 -
10.98 .. .. SUe 29 to 42 GROUP 4 35.00
1 Group BOYS CASUAL 52.00 6100 Value . .. ... ......
Broken SUe and
DRESS-ES 3.00 --
I I Croup GIRLS / to 4.99 . -
Sla.. | 1 Croup BOYS Short Slew I Rack Il
Chubby Only
VaL to 7.99 ... ... ... .... /2 OFF 1 Group all weather COATS and SPORT Colon SHIRTS.. Awt... eI... fA. 1.00 LADIES DRESSES .. /3 TO y2 OFF
Zip-Out Pile Lining j
i Childrens Dept. Broken alaN from 31 to 48 1 15 00 Boys' Dept. I Ladies Ready To Wear ;

All NIYY. R.y.16.99 . .- -


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