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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 30, 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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Star-AdvaeaH'e North Brevard Weather

New Ttliphont Numbar S A ; F.1 lr and mild through Thur U>r. Lew t. f

TAR DVOCATOThe night SI t* 42. High Thunder nor 10. Winch "
267-4711 merle n.rIM.M and east S t* IS mllaa p.e
hour. OutlMk Friday fair and mild

Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents i ,
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84th Year No. 157 14 Pages Today Titusville. Florida Wednesday, December 30 1964 :-t ''5c Per Copy Publiahed Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

ttrx( u r. ''License; -Crackdown Ordered I ) I

w NASA( Kittles Open Business Firms ( i

May Draw Heavy t I

_r ra ( IMerritt( Island For Fines Titusville: merchants Police had better '

trd I have their 1963 occupationallicenses

on display by Monday
morning or fact the possibility

01. fiflO fine, according to
Swimming FishingCounty
rIIp ; PoliceSgl. i
George Marshall of the ,
Titusville Police Department
Commissioner Ed Kit. camps on Mosquito Lagoon," ignated, but Kitties said he had | that the decision would definite said today that every business
-'i'iv tles said yesterday that the Kitties said. received no confirmation on ly have great Importance on establishment In the city wouldbe

news of NASA's relinquishingits The various badge checkpoints this.Firm North Brevard."In clunked for licenses Mondayand
hold on North Merritt Island leading Into the North restrictions would be talking to people from those who have not purchased .

has been received with "open' Merritt Island area will be placed on fishing and boating Huntsvllle, Ala., recently, them will be Immediately I

arms" by many sportsmen and abandoned and new checkpointswill activities in the Banana Creek I found that families I t mov Issued a ticket, and have to

residents of North Brevard.In be set up on AlA at the Intersection and all activities would be contained ing to Florida I and this pet\ a $100 bund 1

the Dec. 23 Issue of The of 402 and on 401 Just within the boat and no area are vitally t Interested "Last year," Marshall said,

a Star Advocate, an article south of 402 turnoff to Playalin fishing allowed' from the banks In the ocean beaches andIf "we waited three and four

pointed out that the space agen da Beach. of the creek, the sources said. our beaches are open| It Is months for some merchants to
cy would announce about the "We are also exploring the "This! Is a very Important step an Influencing factor for their secure! \licenses. This year Is

first of the year, Its plans to remove possibility of opening a portionof for North Brcvard," KittIes locating here. going to be dlf.'trent.!
security restrictions on the area up there for hunt. said. "It re ojiens the playgrounds "Florida still has that magi! ; "Ihe' license In.1W went on

North Merritt Island to permit Ing next year," Kittles said I that were closed earlier cal appeal of weather and water. ; safe Oct 1 and: after Ja .1, the

sr ." 1 the public to again use the emphasising that It would be this year."Tho We have certainly had the 1961) license becrwio oe'ln-\

Playalinda Beach and the rich next year, and could not be accomplished main thing, he reiterated weather this year and a 0 quent," Its continued.

fishing grounds of that area. this year.It "Is ti> maintain order, for Ifwe thanks to NASA we have licenses! t a 1be obtained

Kittles has been working on is rumored that the area cannot, the government willre water"I w'l from l'll1aU\ ,

: this project since taking officein on Banana Cl't't'k111 be opened establish its security a n J commend NASA and
November."I between the Indian RI v a r ,' once again; close off all civilian missioner Klttlei'! for the efforts
met with Col. Paul Set- and State Road A1A or NASA access to the fishing and play that have made this decision Apollo CraftAdapter

-j benelchen, NASA's community Parkway as It has grounds of North Merritt bland pUII lblt'." I

.,we _. ._ n_____ ________.__. relations office chief, only four beendes'l "Gordon Harris, NASA's public '
days after I took office K It. affairs chief and Cut Sel- Arrives
FINGERPRINTS Lt W J Club's Nativity scene on North U.S. 1. ties said. "We discussed the pos L- I benetchen have been very cooperative

of the Titusville Police de The figures were found at Titusville sibilities of opening the area of ," he continued, "and I

I.CHECK bureau, dusts for fingerprints High School yesterday afternoon.SA .- North Merritt Island and Col. through; this cooperation have Af Merrill Island ,
the figures stolen during the Photo. Seibenelchen talked favorably made this possible. I hope to akY I IA

holidays from the Rotary about It. We have worked on it meet with Sheriff Wilson and tram. of helicopters yesterday
since that time and it has finally 4 NASA officials: soon to discuss delivered the first
I paid off." I the ways and means of accomplishing Apollo
spacecraft adapter to Manned
Religious Stolen
2,443 AreSeniors Figures, Kittles warned, however that'' a safe pUj ground." Spacecraft Center', Florida
i The restrictions lift Is due to
the security lift was on a trial 0ratJirui at Merrltt Island.
basis only, and that If the go Into effect next Sunday, Jan. |
The of the
Over Recovered adapter was one Urgent
Holidays, lic did not cooperate, the PUb-1 loads ever carried by helicopters .
ity measures would go Into Donn Searle, president of the .
Brevard schools If a contest was held In Titus break into business establish once again. The trial is for one Chamber of Commerce's: Committee
County public i The conical shaped unit
I now have 2,443 members of high ville to determine the meanest ments, steal paper racks and year. I of 100 said today. the decision simulates the
I take everything thaU&a't nailed The area to be Is all : of NASA to re open the structurally
school senior classes, apparently thief Jn town, there would haveto open Kluxer( set-thin that will\ house
down and Is nailed down. But, that north of ,the Beach area "U flu'ther1denct ofNASA's
all looking forward to graduation be a lot of tall stealing to top area the lunar excursion,
Apollo module
this beats all we've ever had Road S,R. Including Play desire to cooperate with
in June of this year. the recent theft of the Christ ( 402)) 1 (LEM: ) on lu trip to the
before. Bohannon began today alinda Beach. Indian River the communities In Brevard
Officials of the nine high Child, Virgin Mary and a arrival It
I the crime which, he and I'm sure that NASA will\ mom Upon was
schools in the county have no Shepherd from a nativity scene. solving (Mosquito) Lagoon, Haulover 1I traiutfermt to
by crane a
he "will break if It takes continue to provide anything for I
idea that all 1,443 of the seniors The life-sized figures, valuedat says Canal and possibly one area flatted trailer and moved to
will "make it" when graduation 11,800 are owned by the rest of my life." south of the Beach Road Banc I community aid that it can as .. the Pyrotechnic: Installation facility
it dues not Interiors .hI.
"We have excellent long u
the Titusville Club and na Creek.
Rotary .
time rolls around, since I.lellMneldl" In the Merritt Island industrial
some will leave school prior to stolen from the comer of Nor prints taken off the finger. Comm. Kitties has alreadyset with their program
that time and others will be wood Ave., and U S. 1, during and they are being sent the wheels In motion to Khtha Searle continued: by stating area.
----- The 4700 pound, infix* tall
lacking In proper numbers of Christmas week, however, they FBI headquarters In Washington place the area under the county .
for investigation. We ahu'ild recreation and to unit made the cross country
were found Tuesday afternoon department
credits or proper grades. at have the finger prints back in I' relocate concession stands trip from Tulsa to Merrltt Island
Cocoa lists the greatest leaning up against a building :
High 'Rights'jnce
number of seniors 623, fol. Titusville High. about two weeks," Bohannon from the former Jaycee Beachto Suspected Mississippi In just over JJ hours, slung
continued. under an Anny CIH7A helicopter
I lowed by Melbourne High with Det U. W. J. Bohannon of PLi/a'inda: and to station
"He have several A second helicopter provided
I 487, Titusville High 342, Eau the Titusville Police Depart already guards there during this IIf'j
visual checks nerved
good leads, and the Infllxht ,
Gape High 314, Satellite Beach ment said today, "I thought we finger print summer. He Is working .
Identification should !settle all plans for parking areas at ( Killers Face New Evidi as a backup carrier and sup.plied
311, Cocoa Beach High 190, had some bad thieves in Titus- questions, conernlng the matter. alinda. I landing direction for the
Stone High (Melbourne) 27, vibe They steal hubcaps,
And, If there Is a possibility the primary carrier Five refueling
We are aim going to try and
Monroe High (Cocoa) 67 and tires, wheels, motors out of scheduled .
don't solve the thenwe're stops were' enroute.HMSUM
; prints case, get private concessions: to operate JACKSON Miss. AP) A The comma akner's decision! the .
Gibson High (Titusville) 32. cars and even the car. They going to try another angle the various vacant ( I' )i Justice Deportment.Charges ) of the sUe of the

until they're apprehended."I fishing I federal grand Jury reconvenes In the hearing/, at which / again the other iwo adapter unit 22 feet In diameter

Just wonder, if the thieves Jan. U to consider Mississippi's ernment had only theIN'I men arrested at Ulluxl, MlM, I at the base transport-
Bryant! Is Partner In Bankrupt cute of the three slain dvil "probable cave" for a and Shrevcjxirt La were
have enough guts to face me. First Baby : workers (Ion by road, water, rail or eves
rights Including
I They might as well because wu termed unprecedented; by dI'III'III'd the modified "pregnant guppy
we're going to catch them sooner "new evidence. airplane wed to deliver space

Firm Using Invalid LicenseORLANDO I or later," he said ContestA A government source con. They Have A Pretty I Blue Cover craft modules to the Cajie, proved
II I Firmed reports of new evidenceIn lin|>rlKilcal. NASA studies

(AP) A refereeIn I Greene said books and records Waddell I the Justice Department's efforts showed the helicopter method to
bankruptcy has been told were kept by a CPA firm Dykes number .. kcal merchants I to bring 21 1 men to trial In :be the more practical and more

that Gov, Fates\ Bryant and his in Virginia. are sponsarlnf" a "First 1 the case. 65 Phone Directories ecoiifimkal.Thta\ .
Greene also said that he and lab, Cantnt" far MM new The civil rights workers were
former law partner owned a adapter mutkup will netgo
M'Gregor IftS and will aware the
Titusville restaurant that used a Bryant resigned this year But Rosier, year.f the ,..,'s first I tilled near Philadelphia. liII., on a lunar tnl lfJn, It will go
1 last
license It since the stock was not officially summer after venturing '
liquor although was to the launch pad frequently as
transferred and no one accepted baby many gifts. Pull, Otalla I into Neshoba County to Investigate Being Distributedthe .
never transferred to them. part of prelsunch check: Using
Are New will In the Jan. 1 HiI
JudgesJudge appear I the burning of a Negro .
Referee Alexander Pas k a y the resignations they [ tl...i .. the Star A4vM.. 4 church this model of actual flight ready

said state law provides that are still president and vice Parent ef me baby must live Those attractive new book, I individual listing has Jumped adapters, Manned Spacecraft
Tom Waddell Jr of Judge Harold Cox of Jackson
be In president respectively, Pa.kaysaid. I Center Florida Operations will
licenses registered
liquor In Narrli rtvartf and Phi baby with the blue cover deleting s from Wt to V
Melbourne and Roger F Dykes, I Issued the can Tuesday for the conduct tents to determine
the name of t the owners. ThellCf'DSe I must be km In Nerth Ire. "Yellow also show
scene of the Florida Exhibit at pagM" all :
allowed the restaurant A schedule of assets and liabilities :Cocoa attorney Joined the ranks ". I grand jury to reconvene. ilIAIII'dr.r whether the mechanical lit Is
ar'' the New York World's fair, are Increane from IM pages to I
of circuit: Judges In Brevard I ISheriff's made ao mention of the 1
to serve drinks with meals operate submitted to the cou.1 ( ad attributed la TltwvUleThey're \Ill
being Pili"
a package store and a did not list totals of either. I County yesterday when they I murders. Southern provided It.JfI'form\ service \
cocktail lounge!: Sam Margoles of Satellite were sworn Into office by Supreme Men The Justice Department the 1X3 directory .Issued During lied Installed the pt year tin 10,000th and checkout of the LEM, anti
Beach was named trustee and Court Justice Richard asked for the grand Jury after by Southern Bed Tel 'to determine Its compatibilitywith
John Marshall Greene, the telephone operated out of the \local
Paskay ordered him to make I Ervin. I U S. Commissioner FAther ephone Co. and replace tile test facttKle and pound
cross former examination law partner Tuesday said that an inventory and have assets I Wadded, who leaves the post To Be On Duly I Carter dismissed charges "mustard color" VM directorywhich exchange handling nyt ment

no license transfer was madebecau..e appraised for sale at public i of Judge of the court of record,, II against<< II of the men at a Meridian have appeared on local! The adapter simulator win be
demandfor auction.\ and Dykee thus Join Judge Vassar I \ hearing. business desks for the put 12 Traffic Deaths tested' first for weight dlstrlbu
there was no be I B Carton of THasvUle and New Year month and probably now are JIm and center of gravity It
It And he said It might During I
'I i Judge William G. Akridge of pretty well "leafed through"Although / I win later be brought t/) the
awkward for Bryant as gover1not
Brevard fial'liNames Cocoa on the circuit Judge Vital: manager' Pat : Manned spacecraft OpentkMU
holder of
to be listed as bench.' While citizens\ enjoy) the NewYew's Whatta Blunter Is out tA town and rift i Al Record Highs building where It win be placedIn
turn license
a Sworn In u court of record Eve"tbI1' soberly or available for comment on the the Integrated systems lest
Greene testified at s meetingof I Reck As : Judge, replacing Maddril was otherwise.\ Sheriff Leigh, *!H-I101I" sw directory, K can be noted stand for fit checks.Bulletin.
creditors that he and Bryant Department will be on active In 21 Stales
that the of telephone
Cecil R. Rnrier ut Cocoa, who Holing
bought all the stock In \the tun :, left the small data cowl1edgC.bi : I duty Thief! numbers has Increased by 20

taorant for $500 each title In 1 f.j8 of? \ssl. CashierRobert I ) ip to asMme the higher According to the !Sheriff all pr cent In the past year, since I I nilCAOO (tAP) Traffic
under the i
: corporate leave and have been
fount Vernon Restaurant, Inc I Judicial rank Taking has place cancelled between holidays 4pm. Thursday cLOVIs N U. AP) A nan the Dumber of pages c'/nuinlng death In lit| ( bYe hit record
In smafl claim won was Rub marks In at least 21 state
dressed la Western bat and hi.1'' NEW BOSTON Mich. AP
( ) -
They set up a bank accountb Reck has been and 4 p m. Friday, Jan. 1
Ocaa! and drew from $100 to i I Assistant Cashier of Brevard'jert I B. McGregur of Cocoa so that an available depute twit drove a late model auto to and safety! experts estimate that 'I' Four persons) were pilled tudayla

1X0 a it-nth salaries until mH- National Bank. TttusvilleMr | Beach. and agents would be on hand to a CVwtt a noed-car kit and took a MILA Tours May the l Brian's final toll tal* year the crash of a cargo plane
sewer one out far a road tat will, I reach: an ad-Urn high ofl( attempting u Instrument landing
1952 .t.Je: the restaurant was Heck was born In Free cope with the holiday hazard
dc: : we?. he said i I[ part Cl hi I IM4 and attended Lions Club Help which will be experienced over Tue4ay. donAn to foggy: weather
schools until be entered Begin Sunday I' A.ivjdated Prow survey The plane pkiwed tfcrwth
The fad that Greene and Bryant Freeport boUdIy. When he Mai, com back,
that traffic fatalities In als .
I the Cmvenlt) ofIowa. twoed trees, breaking beet aft
theretaurant Dubuque
owned aU: the stuck pottee dtaeovered Out the car
Blind Needy Plans apparently have been t the tl Mates surpassed old s r e w 11t I wreckage er )
came to light when be bad left k4 bars stolen froma -
Meet At
Rotary To Merntt math bdere or during the hundred of watproslmatrijr .
After Bob served worked eat to onu the
several credit ft filed a pettJnf lot to Amttrtto, Tee
to tadurjpt'-?, among them tow years to the r S Na> and J| Lines flub officials annowce Imperial Towers Maud Launch Area to putix: Chrria* holiday weekend. MT two* .- .;
)I,... Fay Smith manager of to Its7 started working In the the completion of the cfcb's Amarflo officer bond that toon on !SwwAay aAcrm, Th snowed that west of Detroit Metrcfir>utt*
the tacUurant, who claims $38.- First National Bank of Freepurt' l program of Christmas grrtng to TKMvffie Rotary rid w t| I tM. ear left there bad been lib ttartifig lint Sunday r.Tji ota r stotf may top 014 Airport" ft* dwtwrtka.VkUiM .

WW' la back salary and other u proof opera**, conmemaltefier the bund aid needy to NorthBrevart. bold the regular ama ta. .. Hi from a U at UMy>tk. Tex.PoBte SAM crfftelal said that UttdrtnMJtfouji re ..,11Tbe were UenUflH\ by
manes owed her by the own. aad noie and coUertwaWter eon agate thai week at Imperial at Loftt x* defannlnxi tours would be Nat mel !Safety! Counefl.whi Zantop Air rrm pt't. Inc anaBeargD
Trjrr also showed that anal be Jawed Brevarl The cM delivered 11 baskets Towers meetttc at U II pIlL that a ear a ma left there had tom lar to the today tows atCap h ha* enttmatrd this year airline. M:

Junes Karantinos, the land National Bank la April of MM ef led to the needy far ChrM- tomorrow tM tabs off a M at IM**, ; Kennedy, which were arranged litlU: death. at 4a"OlIO, said 0- : AI raftCBWoga.. C. if ;

InrO, held: the liquor Dense be- u note and coEecUon teller mss, the cM officials reputed I The rfab met there but Taws- NX. by the Air Forte.Kamace all ngurM win ant be available lieges L. Dar, 35, MmJtunt: ,
sort the Bryant-Greene corp w. Mr. and Mrs. Beck now reside Pun the $41a of a tell cake I day, enttrUJflteg lisle wtya.ml hobos poke were trytaf to to the area would U BMil late\ tot Bv. ta. Last MY. Dale S. Grtaham. 22, fanAotunto.

at a rnofc: over aDd that bebcL at lit Dotier Assess to TVtasvffie. atone wfch. a sash gel Ie eaefc I program escalated of staff- fM out where the car kn there over the four4aad NASA eauM-1 year's toll of Case was aa afl- i T *, .aid. Ja Reed,
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feted pejvn la Harm Brevard. lag DIn. DU carat bad ease fruna. way |M risk of TMuvttkt. UfM a, Montana, :


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North Brevird Weather

Ntw ltpherM Number S A Fair and mild, thrcugh Thurtdsy. Law to.
TAR DVOCAT-rJ.i night IS t* '2. High Thursday mar 10. Wind
267-4711 madly nsrlhuse end east t te 1$ mlUt pr
: hour. OutlMk Friday fair and mild.
The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents /

84th Year No. 157 14 Page Today Titusville. Florida. Wednesday December 30 1964 \S>' '-ie Per Copy Published Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday.

a rm--' -' 1Tzr '1' License Crackdown Ordered :

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NASA Kittles Open May Business Draw Firms Heavy I

rt IMerritt Island For Fines: Police

Titusville merchants: had better .
I have their 1965 occupational
licenses on display by Monday
Y !morning or face the possibility
Swimming FishingCounty of a $jOO) (line, according to .
j .- -- Sgt. George Marshall ot the t
Tltusvlllo Police !Department
) e Commissioner Ed Kitties camps on Mosquito Lagoon," Ignated, but Kitties said he had that the decision would definitely said today that every business
k e said yesterday that the Kittles said. received no confirmation on I have great Importance on establishment; In the city wouldbe
s b news of NASA's relinquishing The various badge checkpoints !:. this.Firm North Brevard."In chocked for licenses Mondayand
iU hold on North Merrltt Island leading Into the North restrictions would be talking to people from those who have not purchased
has been received with "open Merritt Island area will be placed on fishing\ and boating Huntsvllle, Ala, recently. them will be immediate !
arms" by many sportsmen and abandoned and new checkpointswill activities In the Banana Creek I I 1 ly !tamed a ticket, and have to \
residents! of North Brevard.In be set up on AlA at the Intersection and all activities would be contained moving I post a $jM( ) blind
the Dec. 23 issue of The of 402 and on 401 just within the Unit and no area are vitally I Interested "Last year" Marshall said,
Star Advocate, an article south of 402 turnoff to Playalin- fishing allowed from the banksof In the ocean beaches andIf "we waited 1 throe and four
pointed out that the space agency da Beach. the crock, the sources said. our beaches are open| It Is months (or some merchants! to
would announce about the "We are also' exploring the "This is a very important step an influencing factor for their secure licenses. This year la
first of the year, its plans to remove possibility of opening a portion' for North Brevard," Kittle locating here. going to be dll (.rent.
security restrictions on of the area up there for hunt said. "It re opens| the! playgrounds Florida still has that magi. "The license for 1W: went on
rx North Merritt Island to permit ing next year," Kitties a I d, / that were eluded earlier cal appeal of weather and wa sale Oct. 1 and: after Ja: I, the
oT the public to again use the emphasising that It would be this year. I ter. We have certainly had the I 1004 license becwe: oe'ln-
PlayaUnda Beach and the rich next year, and could not be accomplUhed "The main thing," he reiterated 'weather' this year and now, qucnt" he continued.
b fishing grounds of that area. this year.It !. "Is to maintain order, for If I thanks to NASA! we have the Licenses can be obtained
Kitties has been working on is rumored thtt the area we cannot, the government will water from City Hall.Apollo .
this project since taking officein on Banana Creek will be opened re establish its! security a n J "I commend NASA and Commissioner '
November between the Indian R I V" rand once again clone! off all civilian Kitties for the efforts
"I met with CoL Paul Sei- State Road AlA, or NASA! access to the fishing and play that have made this decision (ranAdaDler
beneichen, NASA's community Parkway as it has been re-des. grounds of North Merritt Island. possible"

-- u__ -,------ ---- relations office chief only four "Gordon Harris, NASA public _
CHECK FINGERPRINTS days after I took office," K It- affairs chief, and Col SeJ- tIIP' __ ___, Arrives
Lt W. J, Club' Nativity scene on North U.S. 1. .
beneichen have been .
ties said. "We discussed the possibilities very cooperative
Bohannon of the Titusville Police detective The figures were found at Titusville "
of opening the area of he continued, "and
I bureau, dusts for fingerprintson High School yesterday afternoon.- North Merritt Island and Col.Seibenelchen I. through this cooperation have Al f Merrill Island I
one of the figures stolen during the S-A Photo. talked favorably made this possible. I hope to I II
Christmas holidays from the Rotary about it We have worked on it h1 meet with Sheriff Wilson and l
A team of helicopter! yesterday
since that time and it ha* finally NASA officials Boon to discussthe
paid off." ways and means of accomplishing ( delivered the first Apollopael'l'rltt
Religious Figures Stolen adapter to Manned
2,443 AreSeniors I Kittles warned, however that a safe plsyground." !Spacecraft Center Florida
the lift trial The restrictions lift U due togo
security was on a
i (Operation at Merrill Island.
basis and that if the Into effect next Sunday, Jan.
Over only, public I
Holidays, RecoveredIf did not cooperate, the security I 3. The loads adapter ever was carried one of the by largest hell.
t d
measures would go into force Donn Searle, president of the
Brevard County public schools a contest was held In Titusvllle break Into business establishments .once again. The trial Is for one Chamber of Commerce's Committee rd I copters.
pow have 2,443 members of high. to determine the meanest steal paper racks and year. | of 100 said today the decision The conical shaped unit
school senior classes, apparenty .- thief Ja.town there would haveto take everything UiaUin't nailed I The area to be open I Is all of NASA to re open the structurally simulates the
all looking forward to grad be a lot of tall stealing to top down and Is nailed down. But, that area north of the Beach !! are* "If further evidence oi adapter section that will house
uation in June of this year. the recent theft of the Christ this beats! all we've ever bad Road (S.n. 402)), including Play I NASA'. desire to cooperate w Ith Officials of the nine high Child Virgin Mary and a Good before." Bohannon began today alinda Beach, Indian River the communities In Brevard (LESt: ) on Its trip to the
schools in the county have no Shepherd from a nativity scene. solving the crime, which, he (Mosquito) Lagoon, Ilaulover and I'm sure that NASA! will moon. Upon arrival, It wu
Idea that all 1,443 of the senIors The life-sized figures, valuedat says, he "will break if it takes Canal and possibly one area continue to provide anything for I transferred by crane to a special
will "make it" when graduation $1,800 are owned by the rest of my life." south of the Beach Road Banana community aid that It can as I flatbed trailer and moved to
time rolls around since the Titusville Rotary Club and "We have excellent fingerprints Creek long u It doe not Interfere ... ,," the Pyrotechnic Installation facility .
some will leave school prior to stolen from the corner of Nor I taken off the figures Kitties has alreadyset I.r'omm. I. II\I with their program." I In the Merritt Island !Industrial

that time and others will be wood Ave., and U. S.1, during and they are being sent to the the wheels In motion to Searle continued by stating __. .--1, I1 area.
lacking in proper numbers of Christmas week, however, they FBI headquarters in Washington place the area! under the county I -- The 4,700 pound, 28 Visit tall
credits or proper grades. were found Tuesday afternoon for investigation. We should recreation department and to I unit made the crows country
Cocoa High lists the greatest leaning up against a building at have the finger prints back in relocate concession stands trip from Tutaa to Merrltt Is
lumber of seniors 623, fol- Titusvilie High. about two weeks," Bohannon From the former Jaycee Beach Suspected Mississippi 'Rights'Killers land In Just over 31 hours, slung
I .
owed by Melbourne High with/ Det. Lt W. J. Bohannon of continued. to Playallnda and to station under a" Army CIH7A helicopter
487. Titusville High 342, Eau the Titusville Police Depart. "We already! have several guards there during this A second helicopter provided
Gallic High 314 Satellite Beach ment said today, "I thought we good leads, and the finger print summer. He Is working next I Inf light visual checks, served
311, Cocoa Beach High 190, had some bad thieves in Titus Identification should settle! all plans for parking areas at Play- Face New Evidence a* a backup carrier, and supplied .
Stone High (Melbourne) n, ville. They steal hubcaps, questions, conerning the matter. I. alinda. landing( directions for the
Monroe High (Cocoa) 67 and tires, wheels, motors out of And, if there is a possibility the I "We are also going to try and primary carder Five refueling

Gibson High (Titusville) 32. cars and even the car. They were print don't solve the case, then jet private concessions to 0JIt'I'.1 JACKSON, Miss. (AP) A The commissioner' decisionIn the Justice Department stops were scheduled enro ts.
going to try another angle ate the various vacant fishing Because of the aim of the
until they're apprehended."I :I Mcrnl grand Jury reconvenes the bearing at which the RUV- Charges against the other two adapter unit 22 feet In diameter
) Is Partner In just wonder, if the thieves Jan 11 to consider Mississippi's eminent had only to show i I men striated at Biknci, Ml** at the base transpurts-
Bryant Bankrupt have enough guts to face me. First Baby cute of the three slain civil "probable cause" for a charge, and Shreveport, La were lion by road, water. rail or even
I They might as well because ;right workers Including"new was termed unprecedented by dni|'|ied. the modified! "pregnant flippy"

Firm Invalid LicenseORLANDO we're going to catch them sooner I evidence"A airplane used to deliver space-
Using or later." he said. ContestA government source confirmed They Have A Pretty Blue Cover craft modules to the Cape, pros
of evidenceIn
I report new ed Impractical. NASA studies!
(AP) A referee Greene said books and records Waddell the Justice Department's ef. showed the helicopter method to
In bankruptcy has been told were kept by a CPA flnn '; Dykes, nwmbr ., Ucal merchants forts to bring: 21 men to trial In Le the more practical and more
that Gov. Karris Bryant and his Virginia. as ipwiMrlnf" a ",Ir.t the case 65 Phone Directories economical.
former law partner owned a'' Greene also said that he and I'I'I lAIt, Cental" for the new The civil right worker were
Rosier Tile adapter markup will not
M'Gregor W5 and will award the
ntusville restaurant that used a I Bryant resigned this year But year killed near Philadelphia Mi**?
on a lunar mission, It 11'11110
liquor license although It was since the stock was not officIally parents ., the 1 Brat last summer after venturing go
lot the launch pad frequently/ M
never transferred to them. transferred and no one ac baby many lifts. Fall details Into Neshoba County to Investigate Being Distributedthe
Are New will In me Jan. 1 edltlwi part of prelaunc'h rh.'t'lil. Using
the Judges apptar the
cepted resignations, of
Referee Alexander P a s k a y they of me Star Advecate. burning a Negro this model ,II ac.11t11I1t1htready
are still president and vice church.:
said state law provides that ,
adapters, Maimed Spacecraft
president! respectively, Tom Waddell Prints tl me baby meat live Thane attractive new bm lu individual lUUnfs ha lump
liquor licenses be registered In Padiay Judge Jr of Judge Harold Cox of Jackson < Crater iTortda Operations will
the name of the 0'tI ners. The said.A. Melbourne and Roger F I Djkes, In North Inward and the baby Issued the can Tuesday for the with the blue ewer depleting a I ed from 22ys" to 27 conduct tU to termlne
Cocoa mutt a* bas In Nertfc Ir. scene of the Florida Exhibit at "Yellow pagM" al>*> show an
license allowed the restaurant schedule of assets and liabilities attorney joined the ranks grand jury to reconvene. Ills whether the mechanical: fit 11adequate
to serve drinks with meals, operate submitted to the court of circuit Judges in Brevard seed.Sheriff's. order made BO mention of the the New York World's Fait, are Increase from IM pages to If sufficient acres U
a package store and a did not list totals of either. County yesterday! when they murders. being distributed In THosvUle 1m pages provided to perform' service
cocktail lounge. Sam Margoles/ of Satellite were swon into office by Supreme Men The Justice: Department They're" the 1M directory Issued During the pant year. Southern and checkout of the LEM, and
John Marshall Greene the I Beach was named trustee and Court Justice Richard asked for the grand Jury after by Southern Bell Tel lieu Installed It's lO.OUQth to determine Its compstlMll'y
former' law partner said under i Paskay ordered him to make Ervin. 1)) S. CommJMkjner Esther ephone Co. and replace the ., telephone operated out of the local > with test factmies and greuod

cross examination Tuesday that I an inventory and have assets Waddell, who leave the postof To Be On Duty Carter dismissed charges "mustard color load directory exchange handling equipment
no license transfer was nude appraised for sale at public Judge of the court 0I1'flUd. against II of the men at a Meridian which have appeared on heal The adapter simulator' win be
because there was no demand I auction. and Dykes thus Join Judge Vassat bearing business desks for the past 12 tented first for weight dlatnbuUon -
for tt And he said It might be I I B. Carlfon of TttiwvlDe. and During Hew Year month and probably now are'' Traffic Deaths and center of gravity It
awkward for Bryant as go\'er.1' Judge William G. Akridge of only well "leafed through I IIthough will later be brought to the
nor to be lifted as bolder of Brevard Nal'INames Cocoa on the circuit judge Whatta local: manager Pat1Mtr Manned Spacecraft Operations
such a license bench.' While citizens enjoy the NcYear'1 .11- of tr/wn and nut At Record Highs building where It win be placedIn
Greene testified at a meeting! Sworn in U court of record Eve, either soberly or I I comment on the I the Integrated system teat
ef creditors that he and Bryant Reck As I Ii Judge, replacing waddeO, was otherwise Sheriff Leigh wpbson's directory, tt can be noted stand for fit checks.Bulletin.
bought all the stock la the r.vtaorant Cecil R. R/wler of Cocoa w b o Department will be on active 4 the listing of telephone I In 21 Stales
for $500 each in 1938 left the small claim court duty. Thief! Bwnber has Increased by 20)) }
under the corporate title of \ssl CashierRobert J MgeeMp to assume the blrterjudMal According! to the Sheriff all I per cent III the past year since t (AP) Traffic

llnant Vernon Restaurant, Inc I i rank. Takttff b* place leaves and between holidays have Thursday beescancelled CLOVH. N.U. (AP) A man the Btimtr of pages" containing 11' 'h.t In 1M4 have IlK record

They' !set up a bank account'. Reck bas been elected in assail clams work *a* Rib and 4 m. Friday 4pm., Jan. Iso dressed la Western hat and ',l 1.." marks In at least n Mates ,I NEW BOSTON, Mich.: (AP) -
lit Ocala and drew from $100 to I.I Assistant Cashier of Brevard !II ert B. McGregor' of Cocoa that all p available depute bonu drove late ntwlel auto toa and uWy expert estimate that rout person were killed belay
tjOO:; a month salaries until mHIK2 National Bank TttosvuTe I' Beach. and agent would be on band to Clovt mied-car lot and took asewer MILA Tours May tJ1It ebon's final toll Oil* year I In the crash/ of a cargo plane
while the restaurant wu Mr Reck was born In Freeport cope with the holiday haunts one out fur a road test wii: reach an alUlfne high of *'VWO ,'attempting aa instrument landing
doing well he said. DL. to IW4 and attended Lions Club Help whtrt, all be esprrieiced ever Tuesdef.Wbea la foggy weather
The fact that Greene and Bryant ] Freeport school until he entered the Hobday be (Wat back Begin I Sunday An iwdated Free nnreytv The plane plowed through"
owned all the stuck in the !I the Dubuque I'aivenit dAfter I come: H that traffic fatalities In trees, breaking itself apart and
discovered Out the
Blind ,poke car
restaurant came to light .b:2 : Iowa. Needy PUM apparently gave been the n steles surpassed old Strewing wreckage over
be bad left bad beau total. from
several creditors filed a petition% graduation. Bob sensedbwr Rotary To Meet At a M to Amarafe Tex.Aauriab worked en ot tooted the Verrnt nu-tn I More or during the hundred of yard It fell soprMtoMteiy -
In' bankruptcy. among them I years to the l' 5 Navy and I Uou Club official' anaouKt 9 Imperil| Towers Wand Uoncfe Area to .pttfxic (Tr TM boMay weektnd. tour mfle southwest '-
Mrs. Faye Smith manager ef In 17 started working In the complete of the dabs officer'* found that tour on fonday after..**, The "ffvey also snowed that tt l>etrolt', aletropouisa
&. restaurant who claim First National Bask of '" u..1 program: of Christmas giving lot TMwvOe BflUry fM will tIw ear left there bad bees stole sUrttflf next 1kInII.,. tr.<-r4i I otaer Kate may top old Airport, IU dosu satin.
Win back salary and m"j as proof operator commerrul tae blind and needy ta North bold the "'Plat'110OII hnca- fnra a lot at LaMxxk, In. CAM official said that the ,....,rt\tl: Victim were Identified 1 VfZantop
money owed her by the teller and note and cotiertmii Brevard. eon' again flu wk at tapertt .farce UMwtk AtemiUvd dJ1Q.through tours would beMlar The SatiMMl Safety CwaeJt, Air Tr-s sprit, Inc an
Testimony aim stowed that teller mil be jetaed Brevard The club delivered H basket Tower, necUH at 12 l> pm. that a ear a mu left there bad to the tovby tours at wtin. h baa eetlraaticd urn yeses a&cargu airline, ass
Jam KarasUDos, the landlord National Bank ta April ef 1 Wa ol bid to the needy tut Oat* tORMTOW.Tbe beea tea off a M at W**, Cape Kennedy, stub wen arranged traffic dattM at t! 000. hid fl. Al raOxfl. 4tI*. Oofialoga. O"r> ;
held the Bqoor Bcnue before note and coBertloo teOer.Mr. aw, the dab officiate reported cM met there last Tken- MM.Hefeb. by Ow Air Forte.Eatrance gel figures wIll not be avaJUMeBatf IJtwJ L. Saks30,' :b /fsarnt.
the Bryant-Greene corporation aDd Mr*. Reck now reside ph the grfUof a trek cake day, eiterialaing their wives.Tbe ponce were. trying to to OM area world be late Bert BtuntlL Last :f.t, ; Dale S. Grisham. J2. fan
took over and Oat be at 11 Dotier Avenue la TVtusvffie. sbsmg wtt a ash ftA to eaeft program trnsleimt of ..... rag oat where the ear left there over' the fov-Uaed NASA .eawe- C,,*M wu an aO- ANunio, Tn.. aflll..J a. Reed



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IM THB CTRCIJIT COURT OF lit and must elate the Olsen .,
Titusville (Florida) Star. cIYocat.Etabllsll'd lOB HUDSON'SJRAPPEPERO TIeS NINTH /CDTC1AL CIRQBft reeldonoe nnd pool-office aiTr.of .

Behind The Scenes IN AND FOR BREVARDdOVNTT. the claimant sad mull k.!
FLORIDA .worn to by the claimant "
SU44 tent, or hi* attorney. or It 2
IN CHANCERY bomomi voId rdlot to law on"

sORIbaV ReynoldKnight selves to a Martian environ BAVtNOS fornutrly THE NEW N. -. JennaAdmInistrator
Published Mond)l.Wtdnesdiyi. YORK sAVINGS BANK. s KW of the
NEW YORK Every day mcnt They die almost instant.Iy York ,0poPallo., of Cherlel Clyde Little FIUI.

ACTIVI aDd Fridays eight to ten thousand new Amer. If transplanted back to nor Pial.Uti. ..a..d I*
SO, 1***, Jan. SUM '
MLMlL* v: TituivUle Stir.Advocate Inc. icans answer the call to the mat soil and climate MARION B PETERS a. P.t 'Wet.,
0 dining table. And they need SCIENCE IN THE NEWS SAMUEL OIRBHBERO and ANNETTE -

c '.54 At Tbs Star.Advocate: Building have little fear, generally, about Industries using hydrocarbons .!: nnd I.rRBltN qjfRSHBSIW.< D SCOTT and kllwife BKiOttTION: fco h-.....

f /0$ Ave. seconds Even with only eight chlorinated hydrocarbons, aromatics $MAROAAET SCOTT kli wlf*. ? RHWOIUTIQN OHlCNE 'tn.
1100 s. Hopkins BITT :
The daiiions have been Now Its Dr Ann Landers Defendant NFI
cent of the nation
per people ammonias, ammlnes K8MTY FOR THE CON8TRUT
made now and invite all The worlds most widely read XOTICB' TO BBFBIIDTOl : OF
manning Its farms, there Is little and volatile acids now have we you ION SIDEWALKS WITH,.
National Editorial A,,'a sod to our house In our new columnist whose MARION B. PETER8I SAMANNBTTB THE CITY LIMITS OP Tun
MEMBER: Florida Press Ass'n; question of America ability to available an "electronic blood.bound" open newspaper aaL: OERIHBSRG. md CITY OF TITUVILLE FLORIDA

Mandated Frau feed Itself! of building on January 110. Then famous column appears regularly S. OBRSHBRRO. WHEREAS, the City CouncilI .
for detection vapors kli wilt KR8EN DBCOTT tbe City of Tltuivllle. Flordlpedlent
Henry H. Hudson Pres Mrs Hazel 8. Hudson Vies..Prtl. from such substances at levels we will begin our five.daya'week in the Star.Advocate was aid MARGARET baa .toIn.d Il I. wisa and ....

Robert H. Hudson, Secy.-Tress. By contrast, half the popula. low 10 mIllion daily operation (Monday awarded a doctor of humane A.OTT, '1. aria. to conitruct certain an.

Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robsri H Hudson, Editor lion of Russia tills the soil and as The new as unit parts Is usable per in research through Friday) on Monday, letters degree at Mornlngslde U YOU take ARB notice MEREST that n NOTIFIED lull on mum luavllle aldawalki. Florida la. lbs ni City bnrcia,1 ot TI.,,

David Dunn, Advertising Mjr S. L. Floyd arculttion Mgr. I yet the country does not raise labs January 11 It's a big step for College in Sioux City, Iowa. She keen filed nialnit roil I III tka demrlbed. lbs colt ef which ih.u
chemical laboratories
Raymond B. Rutherford. Classified Adv Mgr. enough to feed Itself While I I us. a long awaited one. attended that college for four above entitled Court. Th. allureof bo naemad benefited atilnet In U,. prouertiapoelally
and in any other application iSle loll I* an notion I. forforeeloeuro proportloi
Second.Pus Postage Paid at Tltuiville. Fioridn there Is no one answer, the tea. I where such are utilized and wt'te'er'l anxious to years from 1938-lMfl This naturally of a real eititi mort- lo the benefit to be derived there.

soni for American superiority In vapors get it under way. There will bea has a lot of interest to tai* held ky THS NEW: YORK: tpOIIII
Continuously sniffing the BANK FOR SAVINGS. A New NOW. THEREFORE. BE
Subscription Ratea: farming include better iced number of we the Hudson family since the York wklck IT
changes. corporation BiortrilMI REHOLVED BY THE
Carrier Home Delivery1 Yr $T.JO Mel. It.00 IVU. M2i$ farms of air, the unit flashes a warning I like them. writer's father and mother are I I. recorded In Official Record COUNCIL OF THE CITY or CITY Tl1VILLE. .
By Mall In Florida 1 Yr. W.M 0 &10. $1.50 0 Mo 12.00Outsidi bigger use pesticides signal, turns on ventillatlng fans hope you Book 110 Pat* M Publlo Record -" FLORIDA
and most of all the Among new features being both graduates of Mornlngslde of Brevard County, Florida Tha 100Uo. 1. That .
Florida I Yr. t7.M i Ms. M.00 0 Mo H.K) important and takes hitever other action tke necenelt I is
alma of lEa Court I I. which aultarececdlnti hereby declared
growing use of fertilizer added on January 11 are the and the writer niece is a sentor ll preieetly pending of exlat for Ik.oonitrurtlon .
has been programmed I Improveminia
The first arrivals from Europe new comics "Way Out", "TheFtllltatonell" there now. la the Circuit C.ul'.t the Ninth hereinafter deaoribed. tVn,.!.!.
I Hemophiliacs, or "bleeders" as Judicial Circuit I. ant for Bra- deaorlptlon ef the ltr.orovem.nit
were taught by the Indians to they're known are today leadIng and "The Jackson vatS County Florida, In Chen- location or ana In which

EditorialsCORE fertilize by dropping a fish In nearly normal, lives, thanks I' Twins" Also tit be added Is It is a sign of age if you feel car The N*diiorlpllon. 29544. of tb* mlproperty natun Improvement and extent are t*of b*Impro mm.lurk, ..

each hill of seed corn. Today the to better knowledge about this Carroll Righter'i famous "As like the morning after the night In Brevard County. Flor. mints, tineral character of i.
Forecast" and column ida. Involved in laid eroceedlniiaa erlale to be ueed. and nil
trological a the ,
fertilizer Industry here produces I affliction For instance It is before and you haven't been deacrlkad la the Complaint llfollewat mated coel thereof, belnt M to:|.
some 30 million tons of plant on "Tips To Teens"Other .. lowit
I now known that at least 11 fac. I
Lot K Block II, SOUTH
features will follow. anywhere. Ueerrlptle of Union n4 film
food and has : ,
a annual
year tors are Involved in trotting of PATRICK SHORES THIRD of Worn
growth of around nine cent. well keep you postedThey'll SECTION accordlnito lbs The l.. rav.me.11 eenttmoUuj
per blood
and that absence of Factors
plat aa ricordid In Plat Book
And CongressThe "A dollar's worth of fertillz. I VIII or IX are the usual I "Why do you Hungarians always 33. Pat.l.Ab: Public Reordt will within provide th. tar....I..III.p arterial Ildewalh d..lbo,

er," the Industry contends will usual cause of hemophilia be hunting for a new talk about food?"' asked a of County, lIon.d011 anna. for tbe purpo** of orovldlt.iaf ,.
kind of "treasure' off the coastof walkway for children .
bring an extra $3 worth of farm Recent studies show that if Factor : I Russian soldier of the occupying in reeulnd to flit your Inn to and from school and a-ion
of Racial (CORE) has Florida soon. Seems as Aneweri or other, defenilvn plead-
Congress Equality forces "Why aren't you like us other normal purpon and btnt.
VIII Is administered at birth
crops Inn with th. Clerk of lbs abovenamed fit derived from maid
five I though the Corps of Engineers : Russians and talk of art and Court ..d larch I eon' Imoroii
labeled the contested election last month of the child may never become a menl Then sidewalks Shill ti_
UNUSUAL DIVIDEND AC. Is going to search for pockets of I culture" thereof upon tb* Plaintiff .ttorn.T land for n dlitanc ef aoproi.

Mississippi representatives as the "No. 1 Item 6f lioN When directors of ACF any bleeder immediate. Although medical without sand for beach 'nourishment". I Maybe It's because people always PTLB*.Whoa WRITTAKER* ..d.... ll Suit AND Sdl dI.Imntelv....* 41 boles.IM lineal from feel itirt ..i j

Industries Incorporated recently apPlica.I' One area to be searched I is a Ion hail Colonial Drive Orlando mmcncmnt! ef laid or
talk about the arterlil
bu inesl" facing the 89th Congress when It conVenes tion, the recent success I things they Florida. not Inter thai tha lith sidewalk to Hi termlnatloi in.
declared the regular quarter. chemists in getting a virus to 14-by20-mile area off Cape would like to have and baven'tgot" day of January, IMS. or requiredby ludlnir Interoectlnc ttneli. Imi 4
on January 4, 1965. ly dividend of 82ft cents, they Kennedy. We're relatively sure law. ale* n Decree Pro Confeiio ::Idmlki shall b* oonitruciM
reproduce its disease causing will bo entered ...In.' CIa
four feet wide. and .
also voted an additional 10.cent they'11 find some sand We cannot IN WITNEsS WHEREOF Iafflied npproilmiirly
four Inchea thick. Th ,
In elements ouuide a living c e 11 art* eo ,
James Farmer national director of CORE, described '' remember when 'no bmr.unto HI m" ...d sod Id ky eild Imprevement
we enjoyed
payment as a quarterly may lead to eventual better understanding A small boy leading a donkey mr offlulal ...1. at Tltuavlll tint ntlnered Sod shall) HI
election challenge initiated by the extra. the beach that we didn also I Bravard County. Florid. ataked (or
endorsing the and control of viral passed by an Army camp. A of Ibm *ntlre ecproxlmale lineal' dl li.lance .
Ibis 15tk div Docrmher 1M4CIRTIS
iMisslsslppl. Freedom Democratic party said "this William T Taylor, board diseases get our fill of sand couple of soldiers wanted to R. BARNES henlnebov keractcr atatedIfcroeral ef .MalerUliI '

chairman, said quarterly extra have some fun with the lad. Clark of till Circuit, Court1I..DP' he teed,
is frivolous We're in dead earnest. THINGS TO COME A new County Florida
not .
a gesture. Tb. entln lineal diets,,
dividends will be paid while the utility saw that cuts "almost A Veterans Administration of Why are you holding your By V. 0 ...n.l.. said ildcwalki ihall b* con.lrucl ot

This means a strenuous effort will be put forth company continues to profit anything" Including nuts, bolts tidal has a son lit the Navy sta brother tight, sonny?" asked (COURT SEAL Deputy Clerk 1000*d of lb.eonoret. approximately of not I... thin

from the Increasingly brisk de. tinned at Great Lakes, HI The one of them. D*.. IS. 29. 80, IMt, Jaa I (Wod) wide and four IncheS thickOenrral four. ftet
to influence congressmen sheet metal pipe and tube
by the some 200 CORE chapters mand for railroad rolling stock, other day he wrote home that "So he won't Join the Army," INS De.crlpllon of luprere.ntrnta .
angle Iron plastic and even ('.n."I.....,
to take a firm stand on the challenge and which In the past has been a wood ., Household cleaning classes in swimming were to said the youngster without blinking The work Includra tke Inilil'

the cyclical element of ACF business begin. an ISOTICS or PI'.UO REAalXOT. lion of tbe heniofor deicrlbrjaterlali
blocking eye.
for resolution' aimed tt
.vote a mitt of terry cloth and sponge City of Tltuivlll will hold : midlwplks ot ,be daacrintio. sod

members from Mississippi Until the rubber that combines the best The young. sailor said although I Public Hiarlng on Tueldav .. kit out herein. Sadcanslrsetlos ,
In House
of any "four previous dividend Increases He dldn I know how to swim he "Just' fancy that!" exclaimeda January U IMo. at T 30 o.m. In will be dono ky ...
feature of a and a brush. neerlnt, and elaklnt tEn
challenge is resolved. that served to double Rubber sponge dralm still was trying to figure how to proud mother after reading a tin erected Council....Climber..n. reiardlni to bear In.anamendment enaftr deecrlbed. sod the ana....

the rate paid prior to heatproof dodge the swimming lessons. letter from her son In the anny."They've to tbs toning Ordinance .nary oleerlnt ot maId area I*

Three of the Mississippi Freedom Democratld May. 1963," he said 'have er for dishes and glassware, "Who wants to get all wet In promoted our Herbertfor addlnv of the the fnllowlnt City of!Tltutvllla I by iald allow.Id.tha...pourint'..*. totethw of eonereia with nioeninrr for
with aluminum
.party candidates the November election, claimants been made possible by a pro New an dry ice storage top containerto tray the middle of the day You can being the only one who lad AMENDMENT No i .diflnlilon Add to dryln sari of ,the. for poured lbs mold ooncrete In. ant

to House seats, will attempt to gain access to the tracted rise In the company be supplied by manufacture catch pneumonia that way" he the nerve to hit that tough top ART.ROOMING III lbs followlnir HOUSES Any top : .KiUmated..,.. Celt *t Ihete Imerett.Total .

according I to a party total earnings The resulting and distributors of dry Ice to complained sergeant. They've made Herbert dwalIli rslIni op 1..1.Ikan Tb. etlimitId 001" .t tb...
4 on
Jan. llvlaar marl
House floor on $|2.50 regular annual rate Is consistent their customers. Holds 72 IV In his next letter he told how a court marshall"A IU room and/or to more than )mprovemela I. as follo".1Con.t..eUo.

two 12) ... .. without "..- coil 'OItOOWhniIaoenin
spokesman. with the boards an. lie and his buddy managed toavoid .0.
pound cakes For picnics, \'III eoohler ,..IIIU... and 45t4H
flounced polity of gauging the camping trips and summer cottages going into the viater They plump ol' lady struggledup wilE or without 'nrovtdlnar- Conllnonciss 146 0

.. These same tactics which were used unsuccessfully dividend to estimated average simply volunteered as lifeguards on a bus without her husband I board for tenanta Amount
electricity: : new AMENDMENT No S Add to
at the National Democratic party convention, timings of a reasonable! future butane twin mantel and were accepted Now making any attempt tJ tImes rmlttd InR Required -_.,__ IIUIO
but did cause considerable turmoil and confusion, period to provide a continuity of lamp that gives light, equivalentto they Just watch the other men help her. "Eh, Henry," she said, I roomlnt.t. R-S .0.lad...."RP. Pat DIstrIcts. 84 mroletThe terallon of A.. ef ...>

payments generally desired in 75 bulb twlm. as she sank into a seat "youalnt Add to UN Pfrmltud In ** Im".m'll will k* located .
will now be attempted In Congress. This stalling Investment watt HM Plitrlct. '"roomS. bouiM ", of Tltuivlll
an as gallant as was
BITS OBUSINESS Toy you ". Pate }. a* more apiclflcally herilnifiwel
publicity stunt should not be condoned by the Con. Mr. Taylor said that the quarterly sales In 1M4 are expected to Enjoyed a brief visit at the when I was a gal." Add I* ... Permitted In'T forth
Districts 'roomla boea.I5" The west lid* ot Kir Lanes
gress which has miny and much more Important extra derived from a new show a 4 per cent rise, to $!,. Ranch House the other night "No luv" he replied "A n d Pi I. 5ItAMENI3MENI' Ortv from Stall Read 1 Bouts

upward revision of earnings 185 with an old friend Osler Adams, you ain't as buoyant as you was H : i..Ad to City '..
000 000 from in
duties to perform. 1,141,000,000 Section IT. Art. V auherlloa North eld* of Slate Road M
projections for the current fiscal a former resident but now vice. when I were a boy.
1963 The New Year is expected aa follows: front Key Llrto Drive to Rotekill --
ending April 30 1985 president of the Capital National IT t Required "*'.-..... *. Avenu.
If these claimants have a just cause: of action year to be a good one for appliance Reavlred. ofMtreat partial Th e.asts of Roiihlll Ahue \|.
and "from the boards conviction Bank of Tampa. Osier Is the The Supreme Court of the from
sales with a predicted kriaa for all urea iccpt "MaNia ltl. Road M lo Cloce.laId -
their recourse and redress is through a court of law that without departure from oldest of several children of the U.S. gives a man the right to family dwelllnia and multiple Rod.Tb. .
J to .
.. cent 11,140,000. .
per gain family dwalllan of four 141 wiet aid of AveMcCrae
In an election contest at the state level. If they have this philosophy exceptional 000 A leading Industry late Dr. Adams beloved Tltiuvtlle open his wife's letters, but it loita or I.... .hll b. requiredI. nil. trIm Clnvalaod Ito..bl k.O

nothing more than a gripe and are seeking sympathyfor ly high earnings from the cy. executive has forecast an annual physician for many years. doesn't give him the courage weather. hnv herd an Impervloua lurfacii ikall all The North Road aide of In-nimtd

clical part of the total business k* marked t* Indlcat ) Unit from harden Street
auto sales volume In the .
their at the federal level they should be boileR OP BALK ,. .Inl' Hood Avenu,
cause In a specific should be reflected IN TrtR CIRClIT COURT 0, lane*, narklnf bat and I
year neighborhood of 10 million cars THE NINTH JUDIUAI CIR I RoUse I. hereby itvan ourauinllo appropriate direction of vehIculir > Bait aide of Hood Avenue from
barred from the House floor until such time as they In extra dividends declared by the early 1170.. With furniture CHIT IN AND FOR BREVARO a Plnal Doo... of foricloiur. movement and aball ho th* \.1.0 ,'.o' to McDoaild
daud :U Oanmbor IMI and antrrad maintained' In toed conditionand .
have been declared elected and can produce their and paid on a quarterly demand steadily rising, CHANCERY: NC). W4T1 I In Chanoary Ca. N*. itwilof clearly marked at all north Side of McDonild
basis." TUB BOWCRT SAVINGS" BANK th* Circuit Court ot Ih* llmoa. Street from Hood Adios I*
certificates attesting same. 1965 may produce a record sales PliinllffNORMAN : I NINTH Judicial Circuit In and AMENDMENT No I Chanaarubiectlon Couaty Ro.d.

LIFE ON MARS? It will be volume in excess of $( billion, ... tar BREVARO County' Florida 114 ot Art. XI t. read T.. cart .101. ot Coualy Read
B. ML'LU.NS It Ul. It herein THC BROOKLYN BAVINOS : at iellowi: traIn McDonald' Stnlal 10 ThornS.lineal. .
Those who only have respect for our courts and at least five yean before the compared with about $578 billion 'U BANK a N** York Bank lit BW Dlitrloll .".In... .
In 1M4It n..d."r. ie ''onponollas, I, Plsistift. and aer\.1.... profenlonat irrvlceineraonal North aids ot Thome Ktretl
our Congress when their views are shared actually National Aeronautics and Space ROTICI or 1\1.1I: ERNPIIT S. L'ALDWELL. a'kja ..pvl.... retail ial.* from Hood Avenuo to Part,
Administration cnn confirm TAD CALOWICLL aId MART P. and services, drive-la enabIlibmenti North aid. at nI"A ,
have little or none they are only trying to use TK. CIRCUIT COURT OF NOttCB: I* HERESY: : GIVEN CALOW"11/. PEOOT ,ervtc..lationn. from the Railroad to Fine Lent
what a Florida teen agrr has at tHe NINTH jlnlCfAL CIRCl lbo' Oft ". II due 0' 3 isaac", CALOVtBIL hl. Wi". and THC aulnmotlv lain and services V>eil aide of Pin Lane front
them for their own gain. It is hoped that our Con ready shown to be a distinct possibility 'IT. IN AND rome BREVARD: INS.' at It al Ike mail 'UNITED: rTATB OP AMERICA wholeiale warehouilht. truckInt Coquina Avenue t Knox McCmBoulh .
('OIINTY. riORlDA .10* of : c"1I'0:.; .' of "re- aro Defendant I will Mil to th. fnellltlea, freltht terminal. ilde of Keen MaCr.i
gresslonal leaders will not let a mockery be made that there Is life on IN CHANCERY NO. tat I yard County. at ",,,.vlll.. rior. I hlihnt' and beet itAlic fr e.>hal movlnt and It arauls.*.. the Dpl"from Fine Lane t* Co.11,
the planet Mars. of their honored institution by allowing this racially JAMeS w. ThOMPsON and for for llle to Ike (il )e,t and dourly CourlhoUM III Int ihetl ...1.1. hiatlnt. airtondltlonlnt Weat aide Whlioorlnt Hull
Eighteen year old Judith FAVL1NB TMOMrSON. III t* lff keel bidder for ceik the followlasdeoortkid TITISVILLB: BREVARD Ctlhtv aad wood proIT Read from Terrace to M"*
inspired challenge to create havoc and bedlam In Herr, a pert, blue.eyed fresh. PiinrfivTlIIIAM I real ......rt"l Plorl..la. at II .'olook AM.. all duo". I T ro. B.I
the Ilih day of January. INS! Ik* UIlIND..IC< M. I (bonus Bart of City Park kid Pint
of those interested only in the further man at Florida State Univers 1 PRICB ..d BCTTTfKKK Lot 40 Block A. BrL AIRKI followlnc d orlbd Florida
appeasement NIT TWO lecerdlna, to the ''' "rnporty al herUoi IT.. ot A... V to road u Itllltlo Plant from City
a. kll. wIll ..I tortS U laid flail Poarm town Park to Knoi McCrao DriveBait .
ance of their own selfish cause. It*, Tallahassee, has establish !>*(..
ed living plants In a closed atmosphere TOi Wllll.m 1. I'PI.. and Record Book ef IT Bnvard van W Count Public, Lot I. In Blook 1, of CLBAR In thin Section bali ) Avenue from Coquina Avenue
fishy 5. trios kli win LAKH TCRRACB. erdini la no part blat and no lo athool
upon property
Admittedly CORE and the Mississippi Freedom as close to that of 4j:<>ii No. Miln II.*.., PlorMa.sliMIly to the plat lhroof. MeoriUd la kortlon o.taayv.iiia ikall North aide of South Street trim
Mars as earth science can make Hounto Tut with ell itrueture*, Imr.ovmenta Plat Book II. at Pan tut. *fIho Ovirkant the PIat..t.way of Pi 1m Avenu to Park Avenue
Democratic party stand tq gain much national publicity Tu IrS hereby *.tlfl 4 that flitvree, appllanceaand Publlr Raoord of BrivardCounly Say publlo road ", ...t. alley South aid. ct South Sired fro-
It. rompUlnl k.. beer tlltd' aIa.I l ".III1.n..... on eat.1 I land or Florida or walkway There thill be ... Walker Head 10 Whliperlnt HUH
through such an effort on the floor of the you for bred osurlelIl.1.CeantS. usid I. Junction tkerowltkTh turtll R Harnfl .ff..,p..I parklnt I. Ike frontrardi 1'

The girl's experiments have followlm real troptrty, la- ..1. I I. mid* DuriuiM lador CLERK OP THI of ilntl family ....11. :rll7:"Pi: Avenue fr"m
House It could be that this is all they are seeking, .IITh Itlal *. If fonclnur ntrd CIRILIT COURT "pt aa normallr huts Whliperlil
resulted In major awards and Cut M lt *f Ik. K.rtkt in Chnry llen No' $4Tl now By Mary Joe IniarDrvutv In drlvewavi. Oak .. ...
along with sympathy for their cause. They have re recognition from state and national I ) 'Ml HARDRRVILLB of let 4. "Block W,>.; 5104151 in ill Circuit Court of. ChirkrCOIRT City of Titus.Ole Meet ildo of Dole,, belwedSouth
St lila ind for Seaward County. ..10.. I BALIDan. Martaret mreet
course in the courts If their grievance is justified science fairs, NASA and ln. I. ik* alIt! lk.rof tM"r

  • television I. I I. PUI Book I. II Pitt :l. 14rATED( TillS M d.y of Dvxmkir Ote. SO (Ked> IM4yOTIO from Deleon' to Fifth Avenue
    and now Shell be featur. .
    Congress is no place to argue their case fellow a, lbs Public Records .1 Str. IM4.IRTIS. Till CIRClIT COIRT OPTHR Weal aid of Fifth tUeleoal
    td on Honeywell "Science AllStars" card CauilT "'.rl".. ( R BARXKHClork : !: NINTH: JIDICIAI CIR. from Maxwell Bait vVbliperlnlllllle .
    Congressmen of the Mississlpplans should lend a sad you sea ..*",r.' I* irr I *f lbs circuit: Hurt CUT IN AND" FOR BRCVARD Road .
    program, i;hlch recognlzei >opv f your Arw w pit*'lint I a Miry Jo LacerDeputy Wen
    : y old* ot Lee Road (Deleeilfrom
    deaf ear to their challenge plea and do so in no uncertain only those youngsters who to ik: Cornel.' Ik. Pill, ,- Clan IM (MARCh ? AsisuosIsli A"t Bail vVhleoerlnt Hllla Roil
    tin.llom.v. Alktrt a .HtrlntIII ICOVRT BrAL NO. :29554iTul DIMOKTIHI .aLlC to Forreel
    terms.SLrecl have demonstrated outstanding Drrkv HirMI. Coce riorld. PI RIICAtlltVPLATBIRH Street
    ANornsosRIKR. K BY 'TIt.", Weil aids of Rock Pit lead
    talents In science or engineerIng mad ril* Ik* :rl ln l An *r or DEAN' IOWNDKH SAYINGS: BANK a TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN from South Street ,. TropIc
    PIdlR la Ik ottlv *( lbS Cl,rkof I Aft oray* for puiinffta Now York .."orUo.. TAKE NOTICE tEat Ik* City 11,5.1. "
    Ih* circuit C wart., or k fr* : Est Coninl BoulovlMtirUKdo Plaintiff. Council of lie city cf TltnivllleBrevird North ilde ef Tropic lIneal Irma
    Ih. SSlh day or 3lflU5V. IMi it
    yo. County.
    PlnrldtDM. Flortdn
    NASA Mariner space probe sea fill I. da Mi judtntM kd M ("' *... IMi JKARDOX DAVID HENIOV and petition ot fuallflid land .....r.on Roll*. Pit Roid lo Hlllcml Avenu
    Projects( Urgent .rull will k. ..It.. *(.In'I 5as DOROTHY LUtltE HENBOMkll will on the IJth: day of Jaauarv. South ilJe of .
    now en route to Man Is not fnik* rlll d.m..dtd I I" ill wlf. INS at t:W ...... ....Id.p and from Main. use Railroad Garden I* .
    equipped to show nether life impldlnl T>f.K<.*.... detemtlne wketkor or not lEa city land .,
    This notli ihtll k* ublUa4 TOm JBAROON DAVID : A.o.
    THE CtttCLlT ( will vacate abend *. dlimntlnue.
    Two proposed street projects in South Titusville exists on the planet. It U estl on* hal ..*.k r'*r four *..._ Inc NINTH fIIT live ...,n.... BoulnardLaunk and .1)M* eertela *trams hereinafter Oarn ban n aide fftreM of to Park Couth Avenu strorlHectlen treat
    a'.,. walks I* Tltuivlll fttrV'i'A Karrlaidaid .
    CVI?, N AND PSI PARVARDCOI.NTT deeerlkod and and
    : renounce
    mated I. Coumif
    that could not That lbs CIty (
    equipment ...
    A. rLORIOA.CHANCECY : .11<1.1.. any ntbt of iald .
    immediate action the extension of Cite Ike .
    are demanding Cut ef Tiluevllle. FtorWa.ihall
    be landed for firsthand study : NO. P341 and tEl public la and to nny ofaald .
    meet Yal PMTneedny cm
    at clock
    5NO II.. Florl.It. Ibis Jltl dy .( : o
    Harrison Street west from Hopkins across Darns 'OTl" 10 III5'.I, HKNIUN kll wIfe land ? any Iniereil therein" .
    until 1M at the earliest P...mfr. INIetnTma Villa? PEDRAL SAVINGS SLOAN lliw Wa.I1stlea Boulyr4Launl acquired .: punkaae fin. dovloe A. D IMe.Ih* In 13ih day of Januar Hall la

    Ave. (extended) to Whispering Hills Road and the The young Florida! scientist R. AR>11I8. Clwk. AawUSATIOH OP PALM MarrlaadTOl dedication. or ."_I.U.. for saId for lbs the Clly ef hear'InN
    rirouU Court BrtvlrdCcunlv SAT, AND k.ACH OP TOIl, ......1. alleyway, read. or klfkwnyarlaed C. purpoo .
    extension of Barna south to SR 50. spent six long years forcing Plnrld I Plalnllfta. Ala HtRBBY NOTlriBD thai ."PIIO... maId .1roe1. "In. ..... that objection b innd*r reiueeiirinoee ,. the
    B rtl. Hllixaulv may *
    to themIV ri a Complain lo PorMloa Mrt a. follewi,
    common plants adapt
    I ocietruulloe
    dId' tan .* Ik* fullowln .*.wI..dOroporty The portion of M Terrace of lbs Improvenwanaforeeald
    would riivull Court Peal HAROLD roiNOKER JR. elTO I..nrltt trim ketween *'. and lEa Cl Clerk medAadftor
    These street provide access to Hopkins Ill Avenuoaad
    Allwn O. HirlimAltoriw .I.. lot ii PleaS LeaaaolPnrel. ke. and I* bereieUlkerle.4
    W. 41 k
    for PtalnllffiIII 00'........ SortIes 4. *ardlai. I* Thai Avenue: and directed I* poklleknolle
    and Washington Avenues from the heavily populated TH. CIRClIT ('Ol'R, Of. p rhv ",...lI I Parr Or* >. lalnf kuMnoo Ik* Plal lWrof, a* noortfad los I"P.'rtla.,.. between ef W sIb A... ot tke saId bland* I* a
    THC NINTH JIPKIAI. CIHCUT *<>o*. ri rldr 10 Ur.. Palm Cmpyunm i* Plat Book It Pat **. ofIk 14 Ttk tnd Terrace neweaaper ....1.0 M the Cof "
    residential areas and would relieve congtction on IN AND foil BMKVARD >.<. is, a*. IK 55$. .. it Wad > NI AVU Pukll Rovord of BrtvardI Thai panic Street of! W 11"011' .d.once worktor
    Sib Avenu ..
    V0t'NTY. rI.A.VKANC5Y IM
    .. .
    oxer-burdened streets in other areas as well as the : NO *M7ISOtll 111II. I VildMU. Ooorii 'ouniy. Plorld; tofolkar will hrlnbetween Tlk Pireel sad date of lbs tint publteetle. I* M
    .. .
    T binS s.uned that knmolalnl tie followta- Ike
    sea !
    enenelcn ef
    downtown section of Titusville. R' 15 l tMfAMCLA :: I" THE TIRCtlT COl RT OP U for' loM Ik* mn. 1 Hoi Wattr MastiC Eloctnt betwMo Lou | .:r.beuadarr of Block not INS than ten day prier I Ik*
    *IB EAOkH data of .
    Plaintiff THE NINTH JtPICIAL (CIR !51.1 Is Ik* follKlif d..crlkdrooorty It..... C IQ to Oti.t 14: laid .rt..
    .'. HIT. IS AND Pun RSVARD. .*-.lti Mall Pnrnae SMwoHWarn Thai portia of tIE Street -. LT'., ibo Ct Ma-. .

    With the opening of Harrison Street across to KARaT COMMIH SRAOKRPefrnrieat. COINTY PLORinAII |..li T md I. PIerS "A-. RIO ** CR It hrlnt ketween 4tk Avenu snort.o a4 sad directed ho la .,... *dverti i' >
    ttt4 .
    : CHANCeRY NO. IJKPO IBDIVItlON ardla I Drao-lo. Raan OvkModrn n d Can \elUr. Boulevard. .
    Barna and Whispering Hills Road, Cape workers and THe BTATB Or riORIDA TO NUTUB.. t. BtrciOTO I* Iat tkWMl r* orddU Mild k.17 IP All of the coeve In Van Valley: atrVritOa toe aseap.itiy at far I. 5"IS'praeOnla.Ia.
    Mini .
    HARRY CUMMa.ll SICAOk.Kftrfenit Mr .1.* A. Plal Rook IT Par U.Pukll baa koo* fllod acalaM 00 kdlvtetn.. roeorded In Plat U. .rI.

    others living In the area would avoid having to goT .*! ..... Wwl* AM BHold dstita.aIs Itrwlml RKrd ot Br..ardOualy of y..your aro Auwor enamel or"t"*otkor xrvo..a..copy..,.. ord Boeh* of II.Bnvard Pate t* of the. rew_ 8 ctin"T IbM th* Clay ...
    realdeav unknown PloMd Cnty FI
    Yi... III R. IHHOUA MARTIN the Plain. ikon meet ni tEa time aid .
    down South Street thus relieving congestion there I* Mid ConpUilnl noon 14. ,
    Ian kan addreea was h. *... fll4 tad aforeeaM aad
    saslisa ISl beer ootaet
    .r. k>rkr otlti4 ., PtutlMCnr Slid altnrnoy CUtR'HON All plaaaas IlltsraI44 .
    I lot Seeoait CtreelCkattaaoooa ru a.. r*.*ir..d I* sir** a ISOC ala, Ip.Na proioiU lad
    ... __ n'a.i ATOnm .. nmoMUnoea
    Adptlo COIRITHON: lltH Mrrtdlan :
    and on Park Junior High. Tenaneii Es beard
    near Parkway of ..... .. ,. It u. tiNS
    yur ? |l dl* tie any neraone
    YOU ARK: MeCCa: : MOTIttED ..1. was. 14 yea lea r* Miami Bnck Florida Sallila lad ... ._ aworattad.
    "., lull for tverce. asS .- ....ii..< "I"* im S law r .' ....rw tooioialM as the .k iurr Atlorvorr Iko ontlnnl Aaawor or otoad- ('ITT ('On'eClm. neat r.o by uy'
    ;! The need for these street has long since retch ISO y kaa n keen file4 atalntt TC 5 inIke ... .r *r ...< tor Adoption I. lbs PltHuWfiAttorn. *
    ab.vs..sIIu,4 cam* eel Ikalreu limit Court on or belie* Ik* .1r <*/ walker :
    ed the critical stage and we Implore city officials: or* ...lrei I. *erv* was r .* PITT MORTON A 1* Mtiooura....Ptirldo... **4 ftM Pl day of Jaanary, IM*. It you Bjii proteeta. if ear aId make. '<-
    tko artglssI *
    ...... or other Oirttle* ..to... STEPHENS sad Iii* lb. *r< ** or Uadliuf.... teI lo d* a*, judcmont ky doIaaItwIll AIIIII, (V MA.wt CoeoerIN conftmi or Ik* roeketker *.
    I Ik offfe of IM dimS of at _
    to give the green light on this work at the earliest I..eo Croft... Rrewer HeHindet ss.w'l or pbad'll In Ik* Iliki ....,. k. takon aaiao yon for tEl efty C\or. ... .
    rlm, Atomic. T""..III.. Vr*' .I ill l..... ., II. CtrtiM C awlS ISIS Court. ... toualyCourtkoM .eetI.t- Isid.d- .a us. ..smIafeI. ilia. ,".. 11M.I lae proceed
    : TI _
    date ... .. bets. Ik SItS Sat l t*.. Ptandk.o Tale ekall k ...n._ ehall ho made and :
    'possible The rifhts-of-way for these streets >*r. OtmaH. llorlda e. er or Off k.for* U* ink "*y ., J amour SMite .=
    sap* I'll.II eae woe* fee fee iiainounD TOtE : lk.ll h* :
    for* Ik. ink *.r ef JeeaentIma. S CO"NTY :viii
    I'll. If foil .. ,
    were given to the county: some time back we under asS rS or Immedlileltketeattcr ,>'a tall I* .. M.uddiwM y* I*. NS. _h. (COCA "? AltO ma IRa. ef the Cl
    ret $dist ky SusaN H k lak> *
    i til* wIlS la. Clerkef I ky d.'*.H will .. tibIa inlul 'NB AND ORDBBBD al TVIWTllle YARD COUNTY n.oalDA C.-.11 ke final ".
    I stand and it II imperative that construction get underway ik* akovo alvl.4 Conn ike orIflaal > *.l for. Ik. taPeS 4o Ik
    Is oMaolamt.Tkll Sewllon .
    of ISIS e newer or eel* writ'I. Mid .....U.., 144CIRTI RB CoTATI 0F AD ordinance
    immediately to relieve congestion throughthe .. ".,...... If ear. Tki latHs ikill k* ..klUk. .d ,.,,,* ..... k* ookNoWd :* R BARKBf ('IIA."U CLTD LJnLa:. reooraitonn. or port of .,rdleee<
    If re* fall lo 'U *e>. a Decree ...-* ork wall (or four ..._ SIrS M.k alaS for four ronrr. CLKRK or tIll ciacvtt ttlAerE": or neolwuono In **>*mrl has"
    downtown area. ft* lenfe*,* will k* eatre4etaiM stIeS slabs I* ... THMlll* SUrAd Sties 05151 lo 'oat-Ahta. TV rOI'MT SRKVAROI rayira to tSlSlyas. beevby r>ee*>4 t*> tk* *;
    von for II. relief ........ .*..... Tn.. eJ la ike Ceeaalalal Do** lid Ordorod I* TH,.nln.. POX* LCD ORFKRKD It TI. Bf T. S SMKM. n II-d::: "t.n *. = of la.U.s $ This ..
    These extensions would prove of untold \slue lTMtn M* ka4 asS offlotal .r*.*rd Cu..... rUrU. till U,. UorllM. PtorM*. ... Jk day ofDocooiktr 00.... Clerk: ala i.isbr ootlfM ... reanirVdwbeeh eeo take dIed ._ .
    ..1 .t otft.. II "' '' ...... d>r .f Povomkw IM.OlHt IMt.Curtlo ICOIRT SKAUCOIRVHON is tIle say ale.let, an *V7BD. 54..ti.a t
    *san many aspect to relieve the heavy flow ofp. earl ('a."". rtwM. tkllfla day R. Mr*** I R Pnfl S COr.*BOf.Atiemor they neat .... ante-- AND AFTBOTn*
    M Pe-ccmeef A tV. iNn Lark or IIIH.VITOOCRT Oork "' Co nBr f"* nnlnurtBI ...... ke lbs em* ot Ike .M lEa. n ".. ef _l. _**
    traffic through the downtown area as well as Mrve CVHTI* R. ARNCaX .r CMoly PlorM ,olMNKII MStMiIBB **d.. IItf Brovexd Coooty.Conoty lie I lad Bin Wauwr
    Clerk et Iko Clrrtttl CowrtT .TV Mit >rD a,. V. lM*.Vr IAPMAI55 .... fa tEl **wnke *. ..
    * the thousands. of resident living in that section of V a. vpeacierlRT .rtTY tLIRKi flawaty l.'NrC ... NArMAtTBRf eNis ee I. at Th.e A'i'Vpp!
    afefi"" 1>W* ('01'RT aIIi: ,COO\'R" VtsL. leoneel ntonl'b' =: .: del ef 1 Marnnret Cooporrit.
    . Titusville. : ... 54.5S.1Jsl.IWsIi '- p. 1N. 'II. I itINS. II I." his, M, INS Ja.. .. U t* Pea. a. la. a. Ml* .." unt IM. UI' lull. domand soa. tUeh I'! 1 ke iWedi 1t
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    .,. 4 Tltu.vlll. (Florid) St.r-Advocat.< Wdntidx, Dtetmbtr 30-, 1964

    R'ctll Neva And Notes New Year o ''round town I IHoliday

    01 North Bsevasd

    mlli Barbara don
    BabiesIn Phon* 2(7-3994 car

    i parties and out-of- like Titusville so much they are, Dallas, Tex. Mr. Flske i<. n(;';;
    past years as Old Father town guests are still In the spotlight looking for a house already. We Ing after 30 years with >h, e
    Time marched away with the during this festive season. may be writing about them as Corps of Engineers and the 'u.
    Old Year and the New Year Barbara and Hugh Wicker of "newcomers" real soon. Other pie Is headed for Monsarrn i'.
    was hearalded In. so were several Park Lane and their little guests at the Perkins householdfor land In the Caribbean \' ,re
    Miss Hahn Becomes Bride Woman's Club newborn babies. daughter, Debbie, began their Christmas was Renas sister the average year around 'c I",
    Some of these New Year Christmas festivities on Christmas and family, Mr. and Mrs. perature Is 75 degrees. 10 'mi
    Will babies may have arrived on Eve with a gay egg nog Dan Farlin and children from their retirement years !s FeatureDr. the dot of the New Year while party for members of the fam Cleveland, Ohio. wonderful, doesn't It?

    Of Stephen Martz Dec. 20In to others the world made later their on entrance during the In- Guests for the occasion were Very special visitors at t the

    HilliardDr. day. The time and day were of Barbara's parents, Mr. and Mrs Oneta and Jayhugh Leutwyler. home of Mr and Mrs. Paul; i
    no concern to them. Clyde Malson, her sister, Mrs. of 1405 Smith Dr. held a delightful Dudney, 1110 Brewer Court ,re
    a double ring ceremony James Hllliard/ director A number of Titusville residents Linda Barker and young daughter open house for their many their son Dennis and his !n\" Sunday, Dec. 20, at 2 o'clock, of secondary education for Bre got a fresh start In a Janice, all of Winter Park friends Sunday afternoon from wife, Sandra, daughter ofjr
    Miss Sandra Kay Hahn, of ----T new year by being born on 2-* pm A refreshment table and Mrs. Sheldon
    Hugh took movies of the guestsas sit\d
    the vard County, will be the guest Jan. covered with a gay Christmas
    Waynesboro, Pa., became 1. Some may even have they arrived, heavily laden was 1035 Rosella Lane.
    bride Marti speaker at the meeting of the been honored cloth and centered with a
    of David Stephen and featured as a with gaily wrapped packages. Dennis Is a recent gradua: .if f
    of Titusville in the Church of w Woman's Club of Tlturvllle, Inc. New Year's Baby. Barbara served hors d' oeuvres, lovely all white arrangementMore Florida State, where he n',I?I lv
    the Brethern In Waynesbor o. on Jan. 4 at the Woman's Clubon On looking through the Star. tiny sandwiches, fruit cake, fan than 40 guests were servo ed his B.S. degree in Cnm",|i.
    She is the daughter of Mrs. .i\ Advocate's birthday file It was cookies and ed delicious (some called It"wild" ogy. A graduate of 'fin
    Hopkins cy egg nog. !"' :i tt
    Helen f Hahn and the late David I found that some of Titusville'sresidents ) pink punch, "out-o( High School, Dennis \I I' ,,
    II Hahn of Waynesboro and Mothers of school age children born on New Year's On Christmas day the Wick this-world" cocktail. sausages., member of the Alpha Tau 111111'.
    the bridegroom is the son of Mr and all others Interested Intoday' Day were: Danny Levitt, Rosa. era visited with Hugh's brother, dips, chips, home made divinity ga Social FraternityThe
    and Mrs Robert W Martz of Ivnn Cantrell Mrs. Lee E. George Wicker and family In and date-loaf candy. We hear
    and Mrs. Robert W. Martz of teaching methods, are Buckley and Reba Strasbaugh. Melbourne and on Saturday, enjoyed everyone had a wonderful time! young couple will 1 v c..c
    Invited to hear Dr. Hilliard. I Jan 2 for Oakland (rot, > ,
    too Highland Terrace, Titus / a visit with friends at the where Dennis has
    ville Dr. Hllliard Bellwood I home of Barbara's parents In acceptrdposition a
    received his l Brownies Winter Park. to Lorraineand as a law enfor Rev Samuel H. Floria Jr officiated doctorate at the George Pea. Enjoy MeetingBrownie Congratulations officer.
    Ed Willis of Hamlin Court
    at the ceremony before body College Nashville, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Street and
    150 guests. The altar was flanked and he served as Education Scout Troon 175 of son Steve ((24)) of 18 Jules Stare who celebrated their 27th wed. |
    by identical arrangements of Consultant to the Republic of Bellwood met last Thursdaywith visiting with Mr. Street's ding anniversary last Sunday. : Girl Scout

    white gladiolus and pompons, 1' t Korea from August 1M1 to their leader, Mrs. Barb ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Out-of.town guests here for the I I!
    backed with palms, greenery August IN%. ara Chestnut :Street in BakersvUle, N.C., durIng occasion were family friends
    and candelabra. Pews w eremarked H A Sixteen girls were presentFor I the holidays. They also plan Mr. and Mrs. Julius Friedman I Leaders Plan
    Mrs. Glen Richmond, Mrs. of Miami and the Willis' daughter :
    by white satin bo ws, 1 1Mrs I the troop's Christmas meeting ,visits to other relatives and
    W. Fisher, Mrs C. G. Diane home from Queens
    backed with pal mleaves. Barnett, I friends In Johnson City, Tenn. ,
    Vocal soloist, F Marshall Jr., Mrs. W H Barnard, Mrs. W. The girls finished Christmas College for the holidays. New CourseA
    offered three selections, "0 M. Burr, Carl Jackson and MrsE. .
    decorations they made as a Rena and Tom Perkins of 2921
    Holy Night", "Ava Marla", R. Smith will be the hostesses
    troop project and afterwards Juniper and children, Linda and training course for i ford!
    The Lord's Prayer", Organ for the day. sang Carols and enjoyed a weiner 1 Lance certainly had a wonder. Weekend guests at the home Scout leaders will be conducted t.

    music was provided by Mrs The meeting will be called to roast. I fill! holiday. Rena'i parents, Mr. of Mr and Mrs. Ben Conway from 9 to 12 a.m. on January .
    Robert Smedley. order at 2 p.m. by the club The troop has two new memo I and Mrs. William White are of 212 Hilldale Rd., were friends 12, 14, 19, 22 and !*.
    (Given In marriage by her un president, Mrs. Roy Ramsey. ben, Nancy Hart and Denise 1 visiting here from their home from Fairbanks, Alaska, Mr. 1965
    cle, Sidney A. Fishack of Amherst David Srophtn Marta I Roth, invested December 4. I In West Hartford, Conn., and and Mrs Edward Leigh-Kendall Mrs. P. F. Swager
    Ohio, the bride wore an I and Mrs Leigh.Kendall's sister orgamrerfor
    empire gown of Ivory brocade the brldogroo mwore a d res s The gown was designed with a of American carnation red with temporarily at the bride's home Maryvllle, Tenn. The Conways Garland nf.
    bateau neckline and a detachable matching accessories and cor upon their return spent nine years In Alaska and ganizer for Junior and Cadet!
    formal of that troops, urge women who (an
    court train accents sage pale pink orchids. area.
    the cone.shaped ski rt. She Mrs. Martz was graduated ?' a ( Expected arrivals at the Conway spare the time to join in HIM
    wore a three tiered bouffantveil After the ceremony a reception from Waynesboro Area Senior k La.rtr home this weekend are training program in preparation
    of Imported French illusion was held at the Anthony High School in 1961 and from more friends, also met in Alaska for Scout work.
    Wayne Hotel In Waynesboro.The Shlppensburg State College In Mrs. Swager especially reminds
    attached to a small head Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fiske from
    piece of Ivory brocade match newlyweds chose a tripto 1964 She had been teaching In those interested in i*
    ing the gown. She wore pearl Florida for their honeymoonand the Waynesboro school system coming troop leaders next 1 fill
    white winter ensemble for trav- Waynesboro High SchoolIn M ing program.
    bridegroom, and carried a cas
    cade of white 1960 and from Lycomlng College employees of Douglas Volunteer teachers for this
    bouquet cymbid .
    lum orchids and Recreation wmtamsport. Pa., this Aircraft enjoyed a pre Christ- Basic Leadership course are
    plttosporum. City Dept.
    Mrs. year lie Is presently employedby mas party recently at the Ra Mrs. Alice Comparato and Mrs
    versify Douglas Park, Pa.Wisbard, was, the Un Bridge Classes Set the Hollldayburg Trust Co., mada Inn Gold Room in Cocoa. Helen Durlan.
    bride Hollidaysburg, Pa. Approximately 200 persons The place will be announced
    matron of
    honor Bridesmaids The Titusville Recreation Department attended the dance. A buffet
    The bridegroom's parents entertained ; later and more Information
    Mrs. David
    were Perryof will sponsor two nix the table, with hot and cold hors
    wedding party at can be obtained by calling AM
    cousin of
    Waynesboro the
    bride: ; Miss Sand Hawk of Lit- week series of beginner's a buffet luncheon prior to the M 4 1I oveues, chips and dips, fried 7568 before I p.m. or 267-690:!!.
    bridge lessons beginning Jan. 6. chicken pieces was served.
    tlestown, Pa., college room. wedding. This is the second time this
    The classes will be held at the
    Basic Leadership course has
    mate of the bride; Mrs. Gary
    Jaycee Building on Singleton Mims Lighting VISIT
    Krcldcr of State College and I THURSDAY been given in TitusvilleFLOWERS
    Avenue and morning classes will
    Miss Sally Gulden of Hanover, begin at 11:30: a.m. to 11:30: a in Winners AnnouncedThe Mr and Mrs. Marlon Haynes

    1'a, college classmates of t h e Evening classes will be at 7:30: oHms Volunteer and three daughters of Ames, FRAN
    bride. p.m. to 11:30: p.m., with classes men's Iowa dropped by for a brief BY
    Attendants wore empire limited to 20 persons Auxiliary which recently visit at the Bert Hunnicutt residence "Noticiably Sup.rtor"for
    of ottoman falle In sponsored the outdoor decorating
    towns s pale Anyone Interested In these Thursday Mrs. Haynes
    bhade of jewel gold. Loose side- contest, In the Mlms-Scottsrnixir and Mrs. Hunnicutt
    classes should register with the were room Holiday Parties
    to-back panels formed area, announced the contest
    graceful mates at the
    Recreation Department by calling University of Horn and OfficeDecorations.
    A-line skirts to the floor and the 267-3141. The winners first winner A. ., .......-- ," Kansas. The Haynes had visited .
    gowns were complemented with prize was friends in Stuart and now
    miniature bo ws at the empire L. Leslie of Aurantla Road; Pa. Mombcri Florl.fi T.I. Di-ll".
    "ME TOO? Mickey, an adorable The girls sang Christmas Carols in the stay several days In the j
    trivia Cody, off Ellis Lane 267.2135
    waistlines Each gown had a second Florida tilt Gordon St. -
    bateau neckline and bracelet. The Titusville Star- prize winner, and L. A. little Poodle belonging to the Joe area then returned to the Broyles Keys.

    length sleeves Advocate 1 1st in circulation Parker of Carol Street, was the Broyles family on Bell Terrace, seemed home for dinner. From left are Levitt
    Ring bearer was Jeffrey third prize winner to be quite interested in the delicious Lovan, Pam Morton, Libby Oswald,

    WarU of Waynesboro, nephew in North Honorable mention went to looking dessert served to membersof TerrI! Howard, Joy Kornegay, Myra
    of tho bridegroom Brevard. James De Monic, and James M the Future Secretaries of America Broyles and "Mickey". Carlson
    John A. Martz, brother of the Gower of Siottsmoor during their Christmas party recently. Photo.
    bridegroom, was best man. Us ------ -- -- --

    era were Gary Kreider of . STARRING
    bridegroom, was best man. Ushers LAST I
    3 DAYS!
    were Gary Kreider of State o
    College, Brian Sachs of Waynes-
    boro, Robert Frert of Lcmoyne, Wed. Thurs. 6. Sat. THE .
    Pa and Robert Martin of Gale- '

    tun:The, Ps bride's mother wore a Dec. 30, 31 & Jan. 2 SHINDIGS"

    dress of bright sapphire blue I
    with matching accessories and
    chose a corsage of white cym- k 4f $1.50 PER PERSON

    bldlum orchids. The mother of 74 $3.00 PER COUPLEP.


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    il I Church Group

    WaA News And Notes F
    II Enjoys Party

    7/ eJ North Brevarda
    y1 Fifteen young people of theMlosllmetle
    and the Intermediate
    I group
    I Sunday School classof
    I the Assembly of God Church i
    met at the church parsonage .
    Saturday night for a Christmas +
    "Better Late Than Never" For 'I party. 11f r d '
    R Griners FetedAt I Mrs. W. H Cox was party a't t +

    'sponsor, Mrs. Pauline Bouchey
    I and Mrs, Barbara Taylor assisted
    Their Annual Christmas Dinner Anniversary Mrs. Cox In directing

    : games and arming refreshments

    1 e I Better late than never"I. for this year's Christmas meala the car and headed for Tampato Mr and Mrs. C. L. Grlner Those to present young people.at the party

    I. I might apply to the situation. frantic telephone call WAI pick up the delayed guest.,, were recently honored at a were Karen Rehberg, Connie .
    I ire which occurred to the Don Kraft received from Don's mother, while Betty turned off the oven,, silver wedding anniversaryopen Gills, Charles Sumner, Danny : _
    Mrs George Kraft, of Rochester pushed the food back Into Jic house by their daughter,
    Simmons, David Warren, Rick o f
    t family, of Pinecrest Street, and Mr and Mrs. Bobby Connor at
    NY. who was calling from refrigerator, and covered the New berry, Edward Wirth, L
    a,' the Ray Nethlng family, of Park Tampa informing her son that prepared dishes and table, leavIng 170 Rohehill AvenueApproximately Cindy Rehbreg, Debbie Resins,
    Lane, regarding the six.year. the Rochester Tampa flight everything In a state of suspended 50 friends and Judy Bouchey, Wannah Reh
    if f old annual Christmas dinner was delayed because of bad animation for the next t relatives attended the open berg, Karen Tully, Sharon s
    e. r they enjoy together. weather and the passengershad 24 hours house. Tomason. Nancy Back, and F '.
    ,I I. The dinner was a belated one missed connections to Orlando The Nethings ato a modified Among the many gifts was a Suzanne Tully
    .le this year, held one day later. Dons mother had been version of the original Christ sterling silver cream and sugar I j -wFAMILY
    J The Kraft and Nettling famil I here last year for the fifth an mas dinner while the Krafts finally set given to the Griners by the Mrs Cecil Goode -
    ee les both arrived in TitusvHe) nual dinner and planned to at had a very late dinner In Amateur Radio Club. ,
    Has House Full For
    the summer of 1959 and became tend again this year with another one of the few places open Traditional anniversary cake, REUNION, The brand new Mr, and Mrs. Letts, Mrs. George Fottou
    ,c neighbors and members of the relative, Miss Diane Duerr long the way home Christmas punch and coffee was sened. Christmas Holidays family 'in town, Dr and Mrs Neil of Detroit and her grand .m, Phillip
    t same church. The first Christmas Their plane was originally night. Letts, of Golfview Dr entertained Letts, great-grandmother Mrs. Julia I
    a In Florida the two families scheduled to arrive at Orlandoin And, as the story goes, 'all'swell Church Circle \'Kit Ing with Mr and Mrs members of the family which, addedup Karas of St. Augustine and Mrs. Lett
    lit got together for dinner and have plenty of time for the late that ends well', for they Elects OfficersThe Cecil Goode, 3318 Old Dixie comprised four generations. The sister, Mrs Tom Anderson of Palm
    continued this custom ever afternoon dinner, but due to the finally celebrated Christmas at ll"y., during/ the holidays above photograph shows the four generations : Beach. Ten people celebrated Christ
    since, even to including the bad weather and the flight. the same place, same time, one were 19 relatives representingfour : .
    1M4 slate of officers for : George Letts, Robert Letts mils at the Lett's home S A Photo.
    same menu each year. (Betty schedules, no flights were. day later, and the same meal; the Miriam Circle of the first Reneratlons Mrs Mary
    says she can't cook anything available except the one they from the red cocktails before Prevail, great grandmother: I .
    else.) had Just missed. I. dinner to the green grasshopperpie Presbyterian to members Church by was the nomInating presented her son and daughter;: .In.law. "A Rosy Future" Program Presented To Garden CircleMrs
    As Betty started preparations The Kraft family piled into at the end of the meal Mr and Mn Calvin lYevatt -
    committee, at a recent \assar B Carlton cookies and cakes with coffee
    and family: her daughter and presented pointed publicity representativefor
    meeting, held at the home of son.In.law, Mr and Mn Kelly an interesting and Informative I the circle during the Home to the members and guests attending .
    tt Mrs, L C. Stewart. Chllders all of Plant City Also program entitled, "A Tour, to t* held April 23, ,
    The officers were Mrs. Jessie Mrs. Prevails Hotsy uture", on the culture ofroses I '
    visiting were
    A covered dish luncheon wIll
    Tltusvllle General Garden
    Peppers, chairman; Mrs Leah The
    grandson and wife, Mr. and at the December nuttinsof
    I t* held at the Jan 28 meeting
    Evans, treasurer Mrs J. )to
    ; OINtl'1d1
    dun will hoot the
    Mrs. Gene; Chllders of the Whispering Oaks Garden
    Tampa at the homo of Mrs, T L Watts,
    Wilder, Mrs
    secretary; Myrtle and her granddaughter and Circle, held last Tuesday at the llrsltlent's Conference to beheld
    IrlI. Thompson Mrs Helen Kyter, home In Tltiuvtlle on May 11
    t a husband Mr and Mrs Lacy I of Mrs F W Griffis.
    I.n. and Mrs. Katy Ramcr, social I all memlH-n
    Brown Harlow and the Mrs Massey urged NEW YEAR'S EVE
    h >, committee; Mrs. Leah Evans great Mrs, B K. Schultz: chairman, to help make the conference a
    ::9, grandchildren, Linda, Kelly III,
    and Mrs. Lois Ul.sby, membership and Rhonda conducted the business meeting success CORSAGESDON'S

    er 7 committee. Other guest visiting were and commented on the success Three new members were
    0n Mrs Evans read the Christmas
    I t Mr. and Mrs Miner: Jones of the circles recent annual elected Into the '", >ershlp: Floral Art
    j from the Book of
    , Luke Story for the devotional, and and family, Mrs. Miles llagan, bridge; party Mrs Griffls re- and Mrs Helen Babe'oik and Your flower seeds. .
    r.eI James Herrell, and fred Scott, ported| on the circles project Mrs Ports Carr were Introduced my nwcliltyl
    v Christmas from thj
    InI' a message the (roode, 's son who Is presenty for this year, the beautlflcatlonif as guests, 267-8527
    Presbyterian Life was read anddiscussed ,
    stationed at (nil) Field In a highway; Island. Mrs Massey and Mrs drlffls; ,
    1 1n by the Mrs business 1'l'PIX'DFollowing 11I1.1.ing t. Jacksonville with the Marine, Mrs, II. K: Ruch Jr, was ap the hostesses, nerved Christmat

    IDeo a social hour was held and I. '
    eor js refreshments were served from
    a lovely Christmas table to (he YOUR

    ,IIn II were members exchanged aid guests Gifts FRIENDLY REXALL INDIAN RIVER PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY

    The next meeting will lx held! STORE FREE 211-7133
    s.a Jan. 27 at the home of Mrs.

    J r Ramer on June Night Street

    ,'IIID VFW Members Auxiliary Visit / exalt) DRUGS _

    ( t' '_. .1 At County Home Indian River Plaza Rt. SO I. R. C. WE GIVE
    ' IIW. ',!R::::ra- .J USE YOUR BNB
    Members of the Titusville TV STAMPS
    1CLUB HELPS The Florida Greeters McPhillips, I Auxiliary 42M, Veterans of
    Newcomers Club recently made a man, Mrs. Norman Richlin: club presi Foreign, Wars, visited the Bre
    check presentation to the County Detention dent, and L E, Simpson, director of the yard County Home Tuesday, "
    Home as part of the Club's home. Simpson said that the check Dec 22 to brfn<{ hr'slmas' "'sensational; savings in very departmen: .: .
    I year long program. Shown as they would be used for various activities at cheer to the patients In the ...,...:.. \ I
    make the presentation are, from left: the home.-S-A Photo. home. .. s1 ..tI

    New ArrivalsNew gifts The and Auxiliary fruit to each distributed patient p "'f .w +i 'EA R fJ 'ci'I

    Girl Scouts Of Brevard arrivals at Jess Parrlsh The patients! enjoyed listenIng ,
    I I
    Memorial Hospital via the to Christmas music playedby
    Mrs W. W James Sr at

    I To Convene (In Cocoa Today stork IMU A,daughter:to Mr ,and born Mrs Dec Thomas 24, the The piano Auxiliary and t'tmt senta \'N V ;tTtl .;4JUlATT

    - donation to the Junior Wman'
    A. 1330 Delaware Ave.. -
    - Five hundred Brevard County International display are being I Coffy, Club of Tltusvllle, Inc
    Girl Scouts have registered for sponsored by the Citrus! Council Tltusvllle QUR: ISP DRUG STORE
    for two Christmas baskets of
    the International Day programto to encourage other Girl Scoutsin I A son, burn Dec. 24, W4. to food for needy families
    be held today from 14 p.m. the area to begin working toward Mr and Mrs. Harold J Fuller
    In the Cocoa Armory, which the same opportunities I 1431 Oak Terrace, Tltusvllle, HERNOON GUESTS Toy Clearance
    will include displays from all Mrs. Mary Lee Flanagen district A son, born Dec, 24, 19M to Guest at the S D IlernAm
    over the world and talks ky advisor, will be present to Mr and Mrs Richard I) home, 1024 Main St are Mr LIQUID Clearance Special LIQUID
    guest speakers, Marsha Work, answer questions concerningthese I Cromwell, 301 Carlisle Ave. and Mr. W R Medley and
    of Mr. and Mrs. Ray opportunities. Indian River City, son Gene of Calnesboro, Term I SWEETA WARREN'SBABY SIMILAC
    Work of Indlalantic and a Brit. Many of the Interesting displays A daughter, born Dec 2$. Mr and Mrs J C Antlea and /3 OFF:
    tab Girl Guide currently visitingin will be from the North 1N4, to Mr, and Mrs L Law. daughter, Sheri of Nahhvllle,
    the Orlando area Brevard area, Including a Thailand ion, 1038 AL'ord St. Tltusvllle Tenn. Mr. and Mrs J R R 4. PANTS R.y. 290
    I Marsha represented the Citrus display by foreign ex A son, burn Dee 211, W4 toMe Uelershausen of Austin Texas ISo BIBS andCLOTHING. Can
    Council of Girl Scouts on a five- change student, Somporn Rod and Mrs Arthur Bomhen, Joining< them on Christmas d'v I -1 JOYS : SETS ntni.uNEW
    4310 Alachua St.. Tltusvllle, Mrs L r Stewart of TI. ALL
    week trip, with 32 girls from 27 born: an Australian display by were
    A daughter born Dec 22 to tusville Arthur Herndon and 49 24---
    States, to various parts of the Mrs Edward McGee; South Mr, and Mrs. Billy R, Conner, children Julie Mark and LJ
    Carl Andy
    ! world, Including Switzerland 2121 North U.S. 1
    Scotland, England, Holland U Pearson; displays from Germany of Tltusvllle, and Mr and Mrs.
    A bare Dec I 21 NAMES
    by Mrs. Eric Mcl-endon wi to Mr Dougutch and children Kar -
    Franc, Germany and Belgium: and Mrs Ray L Meyer, 3.) en, Wade and of
    her Mrs. James Dumb and Mrs. W, Cindy Tanya
    She will show color slides of
    trip and discuss her trav:ls. H Boshoff; a display of articles Pine-Lane.---TltusvtOe-- .- TltiMvllle, EXCEDRINTABLETS New Year's Cards Christmas MICRIH
    --q -'
    I -- ,
    The trip was sponsored by the from Alaska by Mrs JamesD
    Juliette Low Friendship Fund. Brown, a Mexican costume Cards Christmas Wrap and
    The Citrus Council Is quite for display by Mrs Richard wine 1r..
    I proud of Marsha accomplishments Webber and a display of Interesting NEW : t bMrw"edrlnklne

    S she hat been a smut articles, from all o'rrJIe J ( KI..H. r Assfd. Christmas Decorations rue
    ) i -
    world collected by Mrs. E. H,
    : since second: grade attendedthe A
    national convention in MI. Ashcraft on her world travels YEAR'S TExcedrfnI9c
    ami Beach this year has attl'nd.1\ Anyone who may have articles .., >. 1/2
    I ed three senior conferences end or costumes from other PRICE ; 69c.f.f

    has backpacked on a 11 day countries which might be used EVE "" ; 1 > .
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    AT CAPE The first U.S. Air Force Titan III-A ed by Martin Company engineers in Hangar U at
    scheduled to launch an active satellite into earth Cape Kennedy after its arrival from the company'
    I orbit has arrived at Cape Kennedy. Built by the Denver Division. The first stage is in the right fore-
    Martin Company, this Titan III-A will be erected ground, while stages two and three are in the rear,
    next week on its launch stand for a flight plannedin left to right.; Citizens BankAnnounces
    February. Here the Titan's three stages are check-

    I Mighty Titan III Space Booster

    Under Preparations At CapeThe Effective January 1,1965 1

    first Air Force Titan III bined systems test and simulated ed the maiden flight J5 per cent It will orbit a number of useful
    standard space launch vehicle countdown will start at successful payloads, Including communications
    T-30 minutes\ since no propel- The second Titan HI-A in the satellites and space research
    scheduled to fly a functional
    lants will be loaded aboard the concentrated 17-vehlcle flight experimental vehicles.
    payload into space has arrivedat vehicle. test program flew successfully Payloads will range in weight up Interest
    Cape Kennedy.The Telemetry data from the simulated ,Dec. 10, 1964. to 25,000 pounds.In PaymentsAt
    three liquid propellant flight of about six min. Twelve of the future R&D addition to Martin Company
    stages of the man rated booster utes will be tied in with the I missions will Involve the powerful major contracts in the Titan -
    were flown from MartinCompany's range tracking system\ Final i Titan 1II-C, scheduled to become HI program are: Aerojet-
    for the launch will the heavy-duty workhorse General vehicle
    separations Corp. core propulsion
    Denver plant in two begin after data Is analyzed to space booster of the coming decade systems; United Technology
    Air Force C-133B aIrcraft. Prep verify the success of the test. Center, solid propellant The Rate
    arations began immediately for Flight testing of the Titan III, With the two huge !solid.propellant motors; AC Spark Plug DIvis-
    an orbital mission in February. Air Force booster motors strapped on for ion of General Motors Corp., in-
    only major
    Martin Company is integrating \ more than two million pounds ertlal guidance system; and
    contractor for systems and designed from the outset as a of added thrust, this vehicle will Ralph M. Parsons Co., archi-
    launch operations In the Titan space launch vehicle, openedlast be launched on a variety of tectural engineering and design
    UI program, under executive Sept 1. The Air Force rat 'missions, of ITL facilities.REPAIRS.
    management of the Air F o r c e i -_ _. .. -- Of 4% Per AnnumCOMPOUNDED
    Space Systems\ Division. -
    The 124 foot-tall Titan will i
    have a dual mission in its thirds :
    ear chand development :1:1PLANNING

    light: QUARTERLYON
    1 The 124.foot-tall Titan /i
    will be evaluated on perform /r"'l AND ALL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
    ante of all systems. Its ability
    to inject a payload into orbit,
    and then transfer it into a high. WANT -v ADDITIONSMORE ONE
    er orbit by restarting the new < YEAR WAIT NO LONGER NECESSARY

    upper stage, Transtage, will be _
    2 Although performance BHHBH M i
    evaluation Is the primary objective ROOM BBiB BHlBlDeposits
    the flight will perform a
    useful mission for the
    spare -.s
    / made
    nation The payload package on or before
    will be a 28Inch-diameter,
    820.pound satellite assembled by
    Lincoln Laboratories of the Jv -: THE 11th OF JANUARY
    Massachusetts Institute of Tech
    nology Included will be experiments Up To 5 Years Bank Financing At Low Bank Rates
    applicable to the U.S. Defense EARN INTEREST AS OF THE
    Department s communication

    transmitter satellite! for ground program tests with receiving and an experimental a. DESIGN AND- SPECIALISTS IN COMMERCIAL AND FIRST OF THE MONTH


    Shortly after the Titan III Is
    erected on Its launch stand at
    Complex 20, the payload will be
    mated to the third stage There
    will be Individual tests and simulated Matt CITIZENS BANE and get th. FULL STORY of HIGHER
    exercises for systems,
    subsystems, components, and Stackhouse Construction Co. INTEREST aDd FULL-SERVICE BANKINGlCitizens
    critical parts. Systems encompass
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    instrumentation, tracking, and Ov.r 30 Years Construction It Horn Financing ExperienceCity
    flight safety.
    Last major test will be a com I
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    of Titusville City of Titusville _

    Notice of Public Hearing /' r' 1+.-
    Notice of Public Hearing

    The City of Tituivillt will held a public hearing enTueiday ;
    January 12. TttS at 7:30 p m. In the Council ,
    The City of Tltuivllle" will held a pvbllc hearing Oft -
    Room to hear Interetted portent In regard Hi
    Tuotday, January It HIS at 7:30 p.m. In the Council

    A '....t to recent the following detcrlbed property Room to heartA
    from Itt protent R IS clettldcanon to a GU clattlficaHon
    to allow the erection of a maintenance building to houteequipment.
    reejueot for a variance In aide yard ,.,lYfctl_ to
    .. comply with City Ordinance lit beck principal building" to
    This application has boon m.d. by Mr. Jack Co

    I side street.This .
    For property on the .... tide. of Sta Road tOS, teuthf
    Lake Front ittetet.Th .
    application .has been made by J. W. Chlldr.
    31st Year
    legal deurlptlon of which lit /
    That portion of Royal Oak Golf I Country Club, For pep.rty at ZaKen Plate.
    known as th* Coif Court, Hole 1 to U, being
    In kenya U and 17, Towmhlp 22 South. Range ,:M XM. to J:N P-M. ,,w., I**** 4:M f M. to 7:. '.M.
    JS East Th legal "doacripHen of which hi

    lot I, Block 1, Royal Oak CeW A Country Out,
    A public hearing will be held bofer the Planning and II RIVERSIDE AT BROAD, TITUSVILLE
    toning Cemmitiien on Wedneiday, January *. 1J.Wd Sechen ,.
    City *f Tltuiville UCXBCR. flDUWL DfcPOMT K5VRANCK ( 1U'01A1'IO."fF
    by Margaret Cooper, City of Titvwll L
    City Clerk by Margaret Cooper,
    City Clerk I
    \, Dec. :M. IH4
    Wed, Dec. J9 JH4

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    L a major -
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or I BURMA SHAVE ;ft.VK.' : ; :hILlmn.i.- _
    CULT tN AND FOR BREVARD .01.. ..' '1.
    Continuous Action !
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    BANK, a New York Corporation, 1 TOYSENTIRE

    PAUL MARY r.A,TAYLOR WEBSTER.Defend... aed Plaintiff AQUA-HET HAIR SPRAY yj: 59t


    reildcnc ti Ml* Hickory. Strut.Crosavlll Indoor and Outdoor ornaments,
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    Court acalnet you and
    MART A. WEBSTER, formerly L': etc.While they last! .
    Mary A, Taylor the ttlla of wblcb
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    You ar hereby required to fill DEFROSTER 299
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    with th. Clerk of tbli Court and :t. R
    ,, to serve a oopy thereof upon the
    0 and plaintiff addroaa! attorney appear hereon whOM on Dame or I I LIST PRICES CONFORM BABY SEAT .04,100,i? 28.8 LIST PRICES AI
    befor the 26lh day of January, 'IUIf, '" .. I
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    Lot. In Bliwk. "U" of UNIVERBITT or work Iho.-.S1.2' Valu.
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    County Public, Record.Florida, of Brerard Men's Imported SWEATERS DISH DRAINERS .a.y.to.cl.an-Compot.lip to $1SAUTO 77 MITCHELL SPINNING OUTFITS
    DONE AND ORDERED at TItuivlll
    *. Brevard County. State of
    Florida ibis Slit day of December I First quality Imported Shetland Wool.-assort4&QQed End that moray toot '! ..rale Mlftkoll" talait*. And who 39
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    THOMAS.. :I. 1W1NALDSON, JR. LI Entire Stock of American Greet.Ings. : :' :: ENTIRE STOCK

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    p.(. I Tltuivllle (Florida) Star Adv.cah Wodneerfay, December JO, JH4

    Terriers Down Melbourne, Lose To CocoaTitusville


    Satellite InConsolation Meets Ir I SA'Cg I II Barry Scores 34 I Peterson Says Sooners Are Tough;

    Till ,, As Miami Edges Asks For "One Point Victory"

    Maryland 80-73 I TALLAIIASSEE (AP) Florida power," he said. "Like Georgia, I

    Cocoa used superior heights State University football they get the ball and don't give'

    and a defense that put the MIAMI BEACH (AP) Rick coach Bill Peterson hasn't made up. Their running attack Is

    clamp on high scoring Terrier Barry the nation's leading scorer any New Year's resolutions, but something else."
    Jack Sexton to win an easy 60- led Miami to an 80-73 victory he does have one wish. He said the Sooners don't passas
    31 victory In the first semi.final over Maryland last night The Seminole mentor wisheshis much as FSU but when theydo
    round game last night and the Hurricane Basketball team will score one point In Its\ usually for paydlrt
    It jus( wasn't the Terriers' Class Championship Saturday's Gator Bowl clash Peterson cited Oklahoma linebacker

    night and Cocoa wasn't to be With about seven minutes to against the University of Oklahoma Carl McAdams, fullbacksJim

    denied In fact the Tigers pre. go, Barry put Miami ahead, 61- ; that is, one point more Grlsholm and Lance Rent-
    sented Ii better team effort than 60, after Maryland had led by than the Sooners. zel and tackle Ralph Neely as 4Lrn

    last year, when they went to the 41p seven points at one time. Barry Peterson said the Sooners some of the excellent players
    finals of the Class AA tourneyIn finished the night with 34 points were the toughest opposition his FSU will have to face.

    Gainesville.; They don't have i to give him a two-day tournament team would face all season. The He said the Seminoles are just
    the driving power of Bob Stin record of 79. closest team he could liken themto about In perfect shape. "Of

    nett from 'last year's fine He was voted the tourney'i was Georgia, which FSU course," he said, "Ed PrItchett
    squad But they do have i well. most valuable player. nipped 1714 in regular season Is out with an Injury and Lee

    rounded team, topped by 5-7 The victory boosted Miami's Way. Narramore was dropped from
    Junior Bob Seemer, (-6 senior season record to eight wins "We must stop the Oklahoma school When you lose a good

    Roger Woodbury and 6.S Junior against two losses, dropping' player always\ hurts, but we're
    both backboards last night Maryland to 45. set without them. o

    Titusville now, will play Satellite In the consolation match Tulsa Jr. Orange Bowl Sophomore John Hozak will

    Beach, which lost last nightto coasted to an easy 73-tl victory replace Pritchett as FSU's punter

    Orlando Evans, 55-43 in the I over Yale and kicker. PrItchett has -----. --
    consolation game tonight begin. Tourney Goes been sidelined since the North ADD TWO POINTS -

    ning at 7 p.m. followed by the Carolina game with an injured Every time Jack Sexton

    Evans Championship and Cocoa game High between I Bowling nlo! Final RoundCORAL knee. he went scored to the air two Monday,

    On the opening night of tile i1r HwliWMlajr tt.idle.* points.
    tournament, Titusville beat Melbourne High team a......rl.Lcm. Cfcerrydoa GABLES (AP) The Largest Big Ten football Above, he is pictured
    83.$1, Satellite edged Cocoa isis; Hlah team same Cherry- :second and final round of the crowd of the season saw the pushing in a lay-up shot
    Beach 42.35, Evans trounced S don Dot 670 Common Hlirb sm Individual Hlab Individual*..1.. junior Orange Bowl Golf Tournament championship game in which for two against Mel-

    Eau Game 90.51. turn T.... Glenn Miner 1>4. comes up today and Michigan beat Ohio State. The bourne in the opening
    Cocoa N'.a Loot Richard Spears of Port Jervis, drew 84,885 to Columbus, S-A Photo.
    jumped off to a '.0 lead Globe Dlitrlbutln OT ItBravard game game. ___
    by the time the clock showed National Bank 39 15Merl. N.Y., Is the player to beat n __
    4:50: left in the first period, but Old. 8.I.Dlnl Norman Wheat Hludlo 81 82 21 20 Spears, who will be 18 years

    85 seconds later they found Chorrydon Homes Mobil. :2! *1 old on Friday, carded an even NOTICEALL
    themselves ahead by only one Imperial HOUM Turn. 2* 23 par 35-36-71 over the 6173'yard
    point 6.5 as Mike Knowles and I.i. taut Whit.: 'Coati. Refrigeration Bowline 2* it Biltmore course Tuesday for a BARBER SHOPS WILL BE OPEN
    two-stroke lead. Bob
    Ray Cowart found the range. Supply 2IH 2SH Barbarossa -
    IHowcr of DlNtlnctlon 27
    The Tigers came right back Plat National Bank 25 27 Minnesota State Jaycee
    with two more field goals anda ntlMlia. Bank 28 21 champion, who now lives inFort WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30
    Air-I ok Window Co. 23 21 ,
    10.5 margin by the end of the ruttrrr Drum it MWhlnnrrlna Lauderdale, and Charles

    period, as the game got off to Club ; Hllli Country 1 H 8H Musick of Miami, tied with 73s. CLOSED FRI. & SAT. JAN. 1 & 2
    a slow start. __ D...... Secretarial One stroke farther back with ,
    ------- trrvli H JOBrovhlll still a gcxxl chance at the title
    Coach Jim Jenkins switched
    tactics and It paid off, as hlj SEXTON SCORES Jack Sexton Terriers. Also pictured is Terrier Jerry IMvilopmrnt 501436'Sly were Beau McCarthy of Coral FOR NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS

    Tigers swished the nets for 20 6'2" junior transfer student Is capturedas Hightower, No. 35 and Melbourne No. all of Tltusvllle's rebounds Gables, John Richart of Ann

    points la the second period and he hits a lay-up against Melbourne 15 is Ken Howell, No 25, Butch Van fouled out It took the Terriers Arbor, Mich., and David War- OPEN MONDAY AS USUAL
    left the court with a 30-14 margin Monday evening in the Brevard County Fleet, and 13 is Don Redding. S-A several minutes to regroup their :go of Etreator, Ill. Five others I

    at halftime Christmas Tournament at Satellite Photo. forces, but, Melbourne had already ). tied at, n

    The Terriers came back in the Beach. Sexton scored 38 points for the scored 6 points, and appeared

    third period to narrow the margin I to be making a scoring-l
    Cowart hit a free throw,, :Seemer hit a free throw and the' gone Sexton hit a pair the Terriers to a 22.8 first quar I' ORLANDO DIRECTORYAUTOS I

    Sexton chipped In two before I score was 31.17 with two minutest from the side In quick succes- ter lead over the Bulldogs, 11 bid.Sexton began hitting again '

    ... sion to make It 31.21 but that of which were scored by Sax late In the final (period, and -
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    was the last "smell" the Ter. ton along with Ray Johnson who FLOOR COVERINGDo

    riers got at the basket for the Titusville also, held onto a made ( free shots, TltusvlUe ,- IMPORTED
    It Yeurielf end OFFICE
    w remainder of the third quarter. comfortable halftime advantage coasted to an easy victory
    Renault & WALL Till FLOOR
    The Tigers rolled up seven of 40.19, using a shifting man Knowles 2 4 8 Peugeot Central ".'*. Largest- Stock *
    I points to a 38.21 lead when the to man and zone defense with Sexton 14 10 38 S... A Service Aiph.lt, Vinyl e The Most Complete Display

    buzzer sounded ending the period an occasional half court press Johnson 2 9 12 : Rehto Motor Plaitle Cork Til*. of Office Equipment and
    Office Supplies In This Area
    However, in the third period, Cowart 1 10 12Boylcs TROPICANA TILE AND ....,...
    The Tigers put together eight Titusville had one large problem 0 2 2 24* Boono St. Orlindo FLOOR COVERING We have ana a .v.r, d.,.'la vent

    l field goals and six tree throwsfor Ray Cowart, the 64' sen I Nanklvil 1 2 4 Quality Used Import f04 N. Orange Bishop Office Equip. Co, Inc.

    22 points In the final quarter bur center, responsible for n'!ar- DeVlcse 237 --- Orlando23.111 IWO a: CulonUI. Or Orlanx
    while holding the Terriersto OA 1.911U1 collect
    e 10, the final two by Sexton AUTO SALES. .. FLOOR COVERING

    with two seconds left. Orlando Motors Inc.
    Titusville 517 10-:Jl 1 CARPETS BY Lil'S ORGANS
    Cocoa 1020 8 22-60 CASHONE [411 N. Orange Blossom Trail
    Karata Cable Crafta
    Knowles 226, Sexton 5.2.12, GA 5.2111DodgeDirtDodge Drapertaa Cuitom Mad CONN ORGANS
    Johnson 1.2-4. Cowart 13.5, De- Truck .
    Fr* Deooratlnf 8 mIre
    A M.rced..a.nl
    Vlese 1.0.2, Grimm 022 Total Flat-Jaguar B,1RNFSDrap.r (< ;;
    10.11,31. "Wo S.rvlc. Whet Wo Sell" CCL'Li
    A Floor Covering, Inc.
    Tucker DAY SERVICE ------ -
    I er 123.27, Woodbury, Sapp 1.0.2 7115, ,Seem.Stein AUTO SALES SERVICE 2001 N. Orange Orlando S-34t7 .. 0: allYeLcSttaKeyboa ;.

    1.1.3, Leinbach 226 Total 231060 :- $50.00 S600.00 SIMPSON MOTORS FURNITURE rda. Inc
    to Organ Spoclelliti Since 137SOI
    Tltuivllle-Melbourne Mile The By Phon. PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER- HAVERTY'S N. Magnolia Are
    ArrtngemonU 54 Store Buylno I Power Orlando 241-S474
    Jack Sexton's 38 points, blended Sale
    well with a tough Terrier de. Fort and Service Sn. You Moro PAWN SHOPJohnny
    100 Mlles Fro
    fense 267-4331 Used Con
    Monday to knock Melbourne Low Easy Torntf
    1020 N. Orange, OrlondoGA
    completely out of the Open Mon k Frl Niles til p.m.
    running in the opening( game of 421 N. Oranqe Gentile'sPawn ,
    the Brevard County Christmas A SERVICE Orlando CH 5371)
    AUTO SALES Snop :
    y't Tournament Southern Loan Company
    GUNS Eitab I Yean
    Sexton, who hit on 14 fklcl
    341 S. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVIUS I We Buy Sell, A Trade Anything ,
    goals and 10
    free shuts, boosted G
    tiJA -- -- -- [.: MTREBC-a PRAGER'S Gum, TV, Comeroi, Redioi, etc. I
    GUN SHOP 1122 W Church. Orlando, :

    Now Truck Ud Truck
    Parti .B.rrlc Bought Sold Tridod. PET SHO..S
    SUPERIOR GMC TRUCKS INC. Scope. Mountodl i
    1707 N. Mill
    rhoa 424-ton Orlaad
    A HolidayTo Orlondo 425.HJJ LAKE BARTON I
    HEALTH FOODSCHAMBERLIN Complete line PetSupphas .\
    Gr..mlnt n
    Diff.r.nby Deilgn NATURAL .
    SIMCA "1000" by CHRYSLER 2"-3033
    Jaellllalearly Chryiler" ell now urI FOOD STORE .
    S414 E. Colonial Dr. Orlond
    publication of Central Florldo't finest leloctlon Vitamin, special dietary feedi ,.a.rtt.l t Inm >"t Wmrmt
    the STAR-ADVOCATE I of Used and Imported Ceri. for oiler,).*, diakefie. !* -tree t. ........
    for New Yean the follow. i I COLLIER AUTO SALES roduclnt and g.Inlne ..I.h., -- --
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    '. t" Manufactured In Orlendo
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    I Call jCellect "Central Florida' Old... G4.423MRELIGIOUS

    SEXTON AGAIN Jack Sexton jump shut soured He Down Payment EitoMlthod mi
    points on about a 75 percent average Monday in Y Fro Estimate Jewelry, L"- ...., Diamond, ITEMS
    413 treoknoven Dr., Oriende Cwttort-Cimoroa-Rta'ioa-Ownt
    the Christmas Tournament Above he is shown
    27 W Church Orlando, 4224041
    up between Melbourne's Ben Benjamin and DISPLAY ADVERTISINGMon. AND BOOK STORZ

    Butch Van Fleet. S-A Photo. EQUIPMENT MISS CHARLOTTE ROBINSON The Fewer of the Word"Sfwclaliiinf

    i PULL LINE OP Welcome You At In Blbl... Religious!
    Downtown I Earth Moving Equlpm..tA.dama ROBINSON MUSIC CO. Books Gin and Sunday School
    SuppUei Mail order lUmo.
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    Titusville Fla. Coiutrvetioa
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    Service .... Sunniland
    ,albs tally $It Ciehtiive dealer for
    KimbaH. Krinich Bich.Krakaurr t? Travel
    I i Compl.t. Selection Of
    a6Si l Deadline For Church New For The Friday Church Page. will Lighting Fixture And A- ether fine pianos. I .,5.., .",.,:' Bureau

    be 12 noon Wod......,. Wiring Supplies At Robinson Music Co. AW ...* a A.*aHkl. Tl'-li).
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    housing, list it in Orlando'. Meet Complot Meeh....
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    Sale Starts Saturday Dec. 16 I
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    IAMI (AP) The pro foot- of iy ''

    1 players' market hit an un- 'Royal Worried About ..
    vable Inflationary high tof v .tp + e
    d f with the revelation that an
    rlcan Football League teamafteady

    to pay 1389,000 for a ,? "What To Expect"MIAMI
    [quarterback with a bum legwttie r
    quarterback Is Joe Na .

    [mathfoot-2, 190.pound bullet Fla. (AP) Texas guess what he will do, "This \
    [patter for the National chanvIplon 4r ool.baU coach Darrell! Royal Isworried thing Just happened tOil late to \
    Alabama Crimson Tide. about the crash "
    Orange change much, Bryant said I IL Ij
    The club with the generous bankroll ,Bowl program Alabama's naInnal Namath, who will sign a
    [ is the New York Jets football champions putOnto professional football contract
    The formal signing will take ) effect when quarterback with the New York Jets of the \
    [place this weekend after Ala. Joe Namath relnjured his troublesome American Football league Sat. : Ti tipir1

    bama' game with Texas in the, right knee. urday for approximately $IK9,> L '
    [Orange Bowl and the son of a Royal, who will be trying to 000, hurt his knee during a routine
    Beaver Falls Pa. filling station keep Texas' perfect record stork out Tuesday
    [attendant will become the high. I t against Alabama just that in the "If Namatli Is needed, I'm
    [est paid football rookie of all New Year'i Day classic, said sure he will be able to play," I t 4
    [time. the status of Namath has him said Alabama trainer Jim Coos-
    Namath's contract and attendant pesslng about what to expect tree. "The Injury is painful but 4iea 0 rI
    [ bonuses will double the fig- Alabama Coach Paul Bryant la nothing like what happened to
    lure of the previously highest said Royal, who coached his.onghorns him the other two limes he hurt
    [paid college graduates-both to last year's nation It." L 'P "
    signed this year for an estimated al championship, has nothing to But Bryant said he is getting
    [ $200,000. They are line- worry about u far as trying to ready for the game on the assumption
    [backer Dick Butkus of Illinois, that Namath will not
    [grabbed by the Chicago Bears ROTIt'S or aLB be able to
    play even a single
    land, quarterback Craig Morton Notlro I. ....b" ..".* turauaalo
    find Drop of foroiloiuro minute. He will start Steve T.k\Ir.I\
    [California, who went to the ,dated DoormlHr IS, 1M4, and on- Sloan, also nursing a bum knee.
    i>rt4 In thancory Cao No 1751f
    [Dallas Cowboys.The tko Circuit Court of tko Ninth' at quarterback, with untested ;
    % | contract offered Namalh, Judicial Circuit In aid for Uro- Wayne Trimble waiting In the
    rard County Florida, ."...In
    [confirmed but not formally an- fHB BROOKLYN' SAVINGS wings ei ti l l't
    [Bounced, stunned football observers BANE. a Now' York Banklnr "We have nothing but
    ('orpor llo li fUlntlfT mid
    [ who speculated on how DAVID N COOK knit SANDRA I.for Texas," Bryant said"They've .
    [much higher the spiral could go. I.' COOK. .hip, 'wlf. aro DohniUnu,
    solid I
    i a sound
    I will ..|.110 tho .kltkoil' and host got ,
    his is a players' market, ilrtdir (or <.._ at oho front door well-coathed team that stacks
    {Butkus said. "It won't last, but 0'louao the In 8"....TUuavlllo... County 11..11C.u'I" ('oul1. 1 up favorably with Auburn defensively
    I ''.can't blame the boys forgetting I .' "
    you florid* it 11 .10<11 Auburn was one of
    [ It while the getting Is A.M. on tho late d., of Jaa '
    vary. I.... Iko following dMorlhrd ,the best defensive teams in the
    [good"i vroporty u.,t forth I I' nation this year
    Pete Itozelle commissioner of aid final Dowoo, to-wlti
    Lot t. la Blntk I. of OAHDKV. I ,
    [the National Football League, DALE, according to tho plattkorooi
    rooorto In Plat Bonk A FOOTiALL FAMILY 1
    [refused to be concerned over aeTHOMAS Ia..1 Pat W. of t.... Public
    |the balooning prices being paid Rooord of Brovard CountyFlorida LOUISVILLE Ky (AP-
    IPji ;
    The 1 e
    [ football
    fur: talent (Urdu" R flarnMO picture at Male '
    'Football teams are prosperous .KMK or THB: High School resembled a family S

    [ because of sellout gates and ar CIRCUIT Mir COURT Jo. \'nnr album There was Coach L j .... .,_._ _..__ _.ar ..-.-0 .. T
    I they are getting good money Deputy Clark Charlie Kuhn and the coach's
    t> M IWId.1 1 4Korirr .
    [from television," Rozelle said M. younger brother, Dave, an ansKlunt .
    "1\\ only proves that a club is yon stun. coach; situ (hmk. a COW AHT nEBOUND.-Hiiy COwArt, Terrier look on Cowart fouled out In I
    ady to pay for a quality man ,II.. .IIn..d... bid.nf County will ka f'nmmlonionor. ...."' byii reserve '111111'1f111IQl'k. and mp- 6'4" srnlnr haul In a rebound while the third period of the game however

    "In our league we are payingfor '0 e.tll I.a Onlock A. M.. hew, Paul, a fullhiuk, Sexton, DcVlei and an unidentified still scored 12 points! S-A Photo.Reversecycle .
    Janus.5' 1. IMS, I U Uio CommlaOUM -
    [ quality and getting It. Of the .10".'" Rnom. .1 th.. Court a-
    14 first draft choices, we already ( In Tluivlllo, n.,. for:
    Aortal rkoiiraphi Brovard
    [lave signed ten" CountyBonification ..
    may na obtained'
    Bill Bidwell, owner of the
    at tk Commlulonori orili
    NFL' St Louis Cardinals, was Court MOUM. Tltuivlll ruTha 1
    Euard tho right toroj.et
    [the most shaken by the fantastic any and all bid.
    bidding on Namath, reported .All hldi to ko markot "Aarlal'kotoaraphi' '

    I by ,a, ..Cardinal .spokesman as >oconil.r 91 1M410K
    I !having reached 400000. : H WICKHAM,
    ("HAIRMANruiAHU -
    "It was $400000 for three or 'OIINTTCOMMISSIONERS
    years and $500.000 for five," the ,
    cnokesman said. "We had to I I>ea. Mwod 1 l1M4
    withdraw from the bidding-it I'J .:II

    got too rich." BOOKKKEEPINGACCOUNTING rn4rc
    GOES HIGH The fast break netted

    Titusville two points on this particular play Mon

    I KASCAS" Gi-es(j; day In the Christmas Tournament against Mel INCOME TAX SERVICE is
    bourne. Jerome Thomas 6'2" junior is pictured 0 oing iSAFES1
    high for the two poinu.-S-A Photo. Dormax Enterprises

    Dane Awardlloyd Phone 267-8072 CLE ANEST

    Coast Tale model championship ognl/e outstanding lets of CHEAPj21'a.M ;
    Pane of Rnpna Park Hornaday had wrecked his bravery at NASCAB races
    CaMf' veteran of 15 years of car In a time trial just before Jarrett walked Into flumes to L.tUi. .

    auto racing, has been selectedas the race, and Amkk was readyto Dull the late Glenn "Fireball" ..r :
    the recipient of the 1964 annual i start So both contenders Roberta from his car at Charlotte Beautify Your *ltI
    Nauchton Award for' could make points toward the NC, May %4. ]xenzen,
    SooiUmanshlp In N,&'-CAR race 1 title Dane got out of his car Frank and !Spencer removed Home and

    InS(, President! Bill France announced and turned it over to Homa- Lee Roy Yarbrough. Injuredand I
    today I I day who finished the race unconscious, hum his EliminatePaint .41 Tp) '
    France also announced a ahead of Amick and went on to wrecked and burning car dur a aI4

    gnec'al Award for Heroism' win the Pacific Coast champ ing a Modified race III.) Daytona Costs d

    would go: to five N\
    members': Ned Jarrett r"m- year starter at Manallla.'a... and I WithAluminum
    den, S C : Fred Lorenen E'm- A friend of both, Dane said'Under : other NASCAR tracks threw''

    hurst, III: Larrv Fr..nk Green. the circumstances, I Dave Welch, on fire from a Siding
    vtlle, S C.: Grover C "">nr.r would have loaned my car to gasoline explosion, to theground ,
    Inman. S.C : and James DEli. Amick if he was without a ride at Trenton NJ, Aug Call To .' 1 Lptkr
    more Falls Church Va. and Ron was ready to race. 23 and helped extinguish the u134SSSettles
    The Naushtnn Award wIlt be Roth boys had been runningreal bliss while fire Paged all
    presented to Dane by NA'-CAR hard for the championship around them Both suffered Roofing
    Executive Vice President Pat they were then the only bums Welch of High PoInt W.r.Ae1004 Pin
    Purcell at the Pacific Coast I ones in contention, and I dolt N C had been refuel Ing a Modified fat bl.lne In Electric AirconditioningWARMS
    think It would have been right ROOFING SIDING
    Late Morsel Division's' annual : car driven by 'Carl Boats
    Awards Dinner at the D'.nt'v.1 for one to win the championship of Leaksvllle N.C, .nd SPOUTING
    land Hotel Anaheim. Cahf. on because: the other suddenly -- In WINTER COOLS In SUMMER
    Awards for lost his ride at a rare
    Jan. I. The five
    Heroism will\ be uresented at I' Pane, a carpenter by trade.
    himself won the Pacific Coast NEW
    the annual NASCAR Beach Victory In I late model championship In }Uvenwyclo central and window model this comfort 80, Join the hundreds of

    Dinner February In Daytona 1 1VM, 1954 and 1M7 He has now cot little. more than straight cooling thouaaiula of Florid ans already enjoying

    Dane 31, won the sportsmanship I raced In about 1) Grand Nat. YEAR'SEVE unita So the heating feature practkally this' truly modern douHt bbMlng. See your
    award for withdrawingfrom tonal events! including two at a free bonus! And the recent: $10 million appliance dealer or stir conditioning eon

    a race at Sacramento Darlington S.C. Mostly( he has electric rate reduction (our 4th major pike tractor today.cut .

    Calif.. Oct. Sand lending his I stuck to late model racing InNASCAR C in 10 yean) makes year-round electric
    car to Ron Hornaday of San I s regional Pacific D Q sir conditioning} the biggest bargain ever,
    division. He and Mrs. Dane ..
    Fernando then In a neck and- I You Mae span and the extra coat of
    neck battle with Bill Amick of have two children.
    Portland Ore.. for the Pacific' The Awards for Heroism rec. 1ftJ1eJ'1'hntinelnd' cooling .yatenM, sirs e ...
    --- one compact' unit doM bruit N.*r1a no

    DANCE lg Asa or vwita. You jut dial for cool com IM ,
    fort in aummcr and cozy warmth in winter.

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    your living room and cut re-dltooratine.ISJ\mMIII. N I
    family room or bedroom BJertfk Air Conditioners have been I l :

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    KM) points Ames from Galveston, Tex Mrs Bertha Swaine gave a

    I Indian River Ci'Ij'-South Tilusville News They arrived by car from Gal. talk on "Heralds of the King',
    2d. Lieut Julius Robinson, U. veston virtually on Christmas the Southern Baptist Missionar.
    S. Army Ordnance Department Eve and Dorena and Stanley les overseas. The needs of the

    OUR CADET will be moving there soon from Savannah Ordnance hardly knew how to find their Missionaries serving in tha
    Tllusvllle v r Depot Illinois Is home for the parents home because of the strife.torn area of the world
    Cadet Joe Mance
    representative at the United Mr. and Mrs Walter Dorsey, ; Christmas Holidays visiting his huge Dow Chemical Building, were brought before the girls
    Slates Military Academy at 753 Cleveland Road, have as "I: ( mother Mrs. Eva Robiiwon, which overshadows the Gentile and they were asked to pray for
    I' 593 Tine Lane In time Home However, young Sally, the needs of the mission fields
    West Point, N Y., is spending their gucbt for the Christmas .. . ,
    a well-deserved Christmas va and New Year holidays, Miss .'>tt. I for a fine Christmas dinner who visited here earlier this during the Christmas Holiday.
    cation with his family, Mr. and Terry Tyler of Hendersonvillc. ". ; ''I were her sister and her husband year, knew of the big edifice, Mrs Marilyn Greenhalgh told
    Mrs Carl Mance, and brother N C., who Is enjoying our > ,. Mr and Mrs. Fred Ball and where to find her grand- about "The Children of the

    Carl of 203 Harrison Street, Tltasvllle climate. .. f"" '''' -rr- from Canton, N. C. parents, so there was a happy King". This was about Christians .
    family reunion. The Ames are around the world and par

    f 1 Joe has been at the Academyfor Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rich .:M ,i. t't. :\ '' ,I Fred K. Bell, his wife June, staying till after the new year, ticularly about the training of

    the last six months and has ard Dorsey of (10 Cleveland \ .. .:. and their 13 months old twins, when they will return to Texas national converts that they may
    Road Is Mr Oscar Shaver ,. Michael and Gary were visitorsat help their own peoples to know
    .-' ._ .- 1 from Columbus Ohio Mr .
    the home of his Mr. YWA
    parents News
    the of Christ Mrs. I
    I .. story Carolyn
    '" Shaver Is Mr. Dorsey brotherin and Mrs Fred Bell] U. S. No.
    law The > The Mary Reeder YoungWomans' Stokes closed the program. I
    WN. Dorseys spent
    4j I It I 1, over the Christmas Holidays
    j Christmas Day with Mrs. Dor Fred K is Chief Zoner and Association of Central During the Christmas party
    sey's parents, Mr and Mrs T Planner for Brunswick and Baptist Church met last Tues- Penny Forks led the activitiesand
    ,... I ID. Wiley, In Pinnellas Park Glynn County, Ga. day evening at the home of several
    .", Miss Penny Focks, 285 W. Key games were played
    f / Largo( Drive. Miss Helen Riddle, Christmas Carols were sung as
    'f George M. Dyble of Sharon Mr. and Mrs. W A. Johnson called the to Mrs. June Jones played the organ .
    I'cnna Is spending the Christ and family of 280 Rosehlll Avenue president meeting Exchange of gilts followed
    mas Holidays with his daughters!' order and Mrs. Marilyn Green I
    went to Panama City to with refreshments being served
    halgh prayed for the needs of I
    and son-In-law Mr. and Mr
    spend Christmas with her mother the world by the hostess. Those present I
    during Holiday
    Howard L Marr 120 Cleveland
    Mrs. Lucille Goodman Season The Christmas were: Donna Thoma?, Pat Slig-
    Road. Also visiting the Marr Story, as
    all, visiting from First Baptist
    recorded Luke 2 read
    family last weekend were Mrs by was
    Mr. and Mrs Shin Church of Titusville, Marilyn
    Joseph Miss Forks
    ', Marr aunt and uncle, Mr and by prayer chairman
    > Mrs John Forbes, from paugh and Joe Jr. of 344 Pritch Greenhalgh, Carolyn Stokes,
    ard Street, have Just returned June Jones local women memo
    Sarasota. from a visit to his father, Mr. A business session followed bers, Car 01 1 yn McAllister, .
    I with Helen Riddle presiding Becky Adams, Donna McAllis-
    / Fred Shinpaugh In CoppcrhiU,
    C r' Tenn. and they also visited her The program "Worship Christ ter: Penny Fotks, Margie
    Major (USA-Retired) and Mrs mother, Mrs Frank Tate in the King" was related to the Spears, Helen Riddle, Mrs
    Henry Courtemanche, of 900 Cleveland Tenn On the way girls by four storytellers from Bertha Swaine, counselor and
    Cleveland Road, greeted guests home they came through that the Womans Missionary Unionof Mrs. Delores Surrency, director
    Cadat Jo. Mine at a gay front-door decorated. area of Western Georgia that I Central Baptist Church
    with silver bells afternoon
    on Sunday had been devastated by recent I Mrs June Jones told of the

    made a go of It lie says that A beautifully adorned .. _.. .. ,, tornados They say that the needs of the unfortunate people See The 1
    .... __ I
    already a number of freshmen Christmas tree held court In '" '" *.u -p' ._" I
    damage was extensive and very around the and urged everyone
    have been sent home, but Joe the living room, while the din CHRISTMAS IN MASSACHUSETTSDr the Meters extend wishes to all area much in evidence to think of others duringthe Star Advocate I
    "I am going to (see it ing table was centered with a I
    says and Mrs Frank Meter of Osceola residents for a Merry Christmas and a Christmas Season The Spiritual .
    through.Joe Is an able footballer, and i punch bowl by delicious of eggnog homemade surrounded Road are spending the holidays in Happy and Bright New Year Shownin Mrs E C. Workman, mother needs of the people of Japan For Your I
    Lynn Mass. with their and the Anderson home of Margaret Scefluth, is staying were reviewed as an ac
    is on the West Point Team He fruit-cake, holiday cookies and daughter are, left to .
    in law Mr and Mrs. Richard I Dr Meter with her daughter and son-Inaw I count of the Baptist work being Printing Needs'!
    Is due back at the Academy on assorted imported cheeses and son right : Lucia Anderson, I
    January 3rd fish. Anderson, and children. In a Christmas Richard Anderson, Mrs Meter, Mary ,/ Mr and Mrs. Robert See- I. done there by missionaries.

    It seems that Brevard County Those enjoying the Holiday"goodies" letter to your reporter and his wife, Lu, Richie and Janet Anderson. tluth Margarets of 304 father Pritchard recently Street pass. .. . i . .Q. ij
    has at least two cadets In West were: The William I,
    Point, because Joe traveled Crows, the Richard Dorseys, Melody, and a friend of Bar Visitors at the home of Mr. dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. f i. away with and them her mother will v YOU'LL MAKE AN EXTRA SALE .

    with another cadet who( was en the Walter Harrisses, the Herbert bara's, Karen Duffield, all I and Mrs John Glaze, of 370 James Hook of 835 Cleveland 4 si;ecks ay Mrs. Workman here Is some also With The Extra Calls You Get! .
    route to Satellite Beach Marshalls, the William J. from Ivydale. W Va. They Coleridge Avenue, are his I Road on Christmas Day.
    Joes choice of profession in Simmons Jr and the Henry are visiting with their mother, mother, Mrs John Glaze Sr. I IM' mother of Franklin Work. A WHEN YOUR PHONE 0 s,I
    the Army is the Artillery because Smiths Jr"PRBIANTA". Mrs Mary Hoggs of 343 W and his brother and family, Mr CHRISTMAS EVE ADVENT r ip'ton' of 1250 Kingston Avenue T. IS ALWAYS ANSWERED .

    he wants to go to work Coquina Avenue and with Billy's and Mrs Doyle Glaze, all from Mrs Barbara Cromwell, wife I
    with the Pershing Missile At PARTY brother and family, Mr and Panama City of Richard Cromwell of 305 FROM TEXAS a
    t the present time he is studyingthe I Mr and Mrs. Richard Dor. Mrs Richard H. Bogs of 305 Carlysle Avenue, gave birth to jMr and Mrs Nicholas Gentileof e :
    fundamentals of Engineering : sey, 910 Cleveland Road, entertained Jepson Streel Mr. Homer Heldler, of 37} a little son, Thomas Jeffrey 244 Pritchard Ave.. have as
    Good luck, Joe their neighbors' childrenon Dickens Ave., went to Sun City I Cromwell Christmas eve at the the Ir guests for the Holiday Sea- Titusville Area Cocoa & Cocoa Beach .
    Christmas Eve with a "pre. Joseph Schweyer from Fla, where he spent Christmas Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital sou, their daughter, Dorena and I 0 267.5530 636-7031 ..
    PERSONALSlaiidc Santa" party Fort Worth, Texas Is the house with his parents This is their second son and her husband Stanley Ames and
    Those attending were: ScottCourtemanche guest of Mr and Mrs Paul i third child. Barbara and the their granddaughter, Sally . t! I
    ( Graham of f 316 Boyc Kim Kelly and Rutz of corner C arlyslc and Ho Mr and Mrs Wllbtr (bill) I newly arrived win came home _
    Avenue Is home after a sojourn Donnie Wing, Patti, Michael and lano Avenues for the holiday Robinson of 200( Elliott;\ Avenue, last Sunday I
    in Uucslhoff Hoxpllal an are. Howard Marr and Mary Lee season Mr Schweyer is Mrs. have as holiday visitors his
    mil] of( an accident on the job and David Irlon The children i Rutzs brother parents, Mr. and Mrs. William I Mr, and Mrs! Ed Sirmon of
    at the Missile Base on Merritt were accompanied by their Robinson from Pittsburgh Pa. 830 Delano Avenue went to tilt ray ,
    Island, lie Is still bedridden I respective parents. Refreshments Mr and Mrs Charles Clifford and his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Leesburg for Christmas dinnerat
    \but Is on the high, road to recovery I vSSk
    (: were served and each Mrs, William Kelso from Lauderdale
    of 1233: Thoreau Street went to his sisters; Mrs. L B Mason '*-VV.Uj
    child received a lovely gift inter Haven on Christmas .by-the-Sea. This dinner was also a family iIMPERIAL
    morning visit with his reunion of all the children of I
    Among the many newcomel'sto Lieut and Mrs. Fred Smith
    Mr Horace Clifford Holiday visitors at the home this family
    this city are Mr and Mrs. with family, Vicki and Linda, brother, Mr. William Clifford of Mr and Mrs. Sal Collura, of *
    l ailcH Street, their daughter from Lexington, Md.. were vlsl and family All the family enjoyed 835: Fdgewood Avenue, were Visitors arriving at the home m \
    I I. nda, 8 and a son, Charles Jr.
    lore at the home of, Mr and
    Christmas dinner to- Mr. and Mrs Fd: Crottcau of Howard and June Jones, HI
    n The Streets come from Mrs. Ernest C. Jones of 1390 get her, and our CHffoidx, Char from Whispering Oaks and Mr Vanguard Lane, are her mother TOWERS I
    Giccnwood, S. C, and are
    sent making their home at Locke Street lea and Evelyn at the same Ray Bushncll and his mother, Mrs J. II Walton, and her II I
    pi I time celebrated their second Mis Bushnell brother, Charles Walton, from
    619 Mount Sterling Avenue Major (Retired) and Mrs. wedding anniversary Hopewell, Va. They arrived last J L.f. HIGHWAY 1. SOUTH TITUIVIUI i I
    Michael A. De Feen from Lakeland -
    The Rev. John Elliott and Monday evening and will visit
    Mr. and Mrs. William L
    visitors for the
    from Miami arrived for time in this
    Decker, formerly of 341:\ Dickens Christmas Holidays at the home family Monday for a three day visit Mr and Mrs,. Casey Joins of some aiea n + proudly presents. .
    Avenue, have moved to of Mr and Mrs Leo Shlmstock todealwater II 1390( Locke Street celebratedtheir CHRISTMAS DINNER
    with the Cliffords, en route
    their new home in Indian llivcr of 13KO/ Locke Street. 12th wedding anniversary
    where Rev. Elliott
    Mr and Mrs George Baldwin -
    lanlatlon will be of the PresbyterIan last Saturday. They celebratedthis Iyc u A T.llli! ; Ntv Cmctrt FM' Year P it:it|, Dcvci.S; sod G : c (
    pastor of 2U9) Parker Avenue, en-
    Mr. and Mrs Earl: Drucker 'hurch In thai anniversary by Mr. Jones : InMrtl.niMut Pltllurt! n
    ( city.
    Trinity lei talned the of
    Visitors at the home of Mr. I pastor G
    father of Russell E. Brucker of taking his wife out to dinner for
    Itev. rlllott: is a bnllher.lnIawuf .
    Rev D. V McAllislcr
    and Mrs. Gerald Calhoun, 3JORosehlll 3
    1220 Thomas Street, were vlsl an evening out. They have 5
    Charles Clifford and Mrs McMllstcr of the l c
    Ave over the Chuutmas tors at the home of their son childrenhilslmas. Central Baptist Church and all ; Tho Intimate On Sunday W* Prtitnt j
    holidays were Mr,, and and family for the Christmas Dinln' TrtELABORATE. .
    Mrs Dale Martin from Robins' holiday Mr. and Mrs Ralph Jones (' visitors at the the Deacons and their wives at French Quarter
    wall N Orlando. She is Mrs. and three children of 373 Ceile. I' home of Mr. and Mrs \Hugh a Christmas: dinner last Thursday >>- I ,n

    Calhoun. sister TEEN.TOWN CLUi ,, ridge Avenue were dinner Romlnc at 305 Coleridgevenue: 1 conn SHOP FOR IRIAKFAST, BUFFET
    The teenage member of the 227 Teenage members of thiscity' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus were his mother and father, resent were: The I'aslor 'a m..4 From 1 .
    and his wile Howard and June
    Avenue .
    Calhoun family held a "Teenage' llager of 1640 Chaucer Mr. and Mrs Item Uomlne
    Teen Town Club met last c di
    ADULTS . $325 's
    The llagers I Jones, Marilyn and Ronnie
    Christmas Day.
    at their home Wednesday on from Bradcnton
    party Saturday night for a Post ki
    evening Present were Christmas Dance A band are the parents of Mrs. Jones Greenhalgh, Helix and Jerri CHILIREN . $2.00 S

    Dave and Dennis Doblk, John well.named "T h e J laming I Mr and Mrs. Albert J Rich Walters Peggy and Jim Cox 1 The Fabulous and
    McConncll: Mlckl Brown, Tempos' supplied the music Mr, and Mrs. llulx-it (;clser! '' aidsim of 115 Myron Avenue. Mel and Libby Jenkins. r MARK.AYNE
    Claudia Brown, Terry \\ ihby Twenty-one guests, Includingnine and four sons, Larry !Ronnie. have just returned l from Uhigh : M' Imperial Room and his ZANIACS
    and Billy Wisby.Mr. service men on leave dur| dairy, and Scott, all from Acres near fort Myers, where RACING PIGEONCONVENTION I 'i v 4 P.M. 1 P.MIN .
    Ing the holidays, were welcomed Toledo, Ohio, are visiting with they visited his father and I FOR COJRMtT DINING AT ITS lIST OUR LOUN1E
    and Mrs. Robert Maikim at this function Three new his parents! Mr and Mrs. Mar. mother Mr and Mrs Albert I Ken Frey. 1110 Vanguard r 'bf 7
    and their four children and members Joined the Club. Adult vln .elser; of 1125 Milton M Richardson His father Is in Lane I long a pigeon! breeder ,
    Mrs. MackIm mother Mrs Chapemnes were: Mrs Arlene Street over the Christmas and a hospital at Fort Myers at this : and racing!: enthusiast recently i
    Edna Klaus, from West Hollywood New kirk Mrs. Paul Anderson New Year lIolidaYI.1ollllrs time Our Richardson were alttndcxl l the Southern Racing
    }'Ia., were holiday visit Mrs. William Morton Mr. and I accompanied' by their three I'lgl'llAK'lIl'laliun convention I
    ors at the home of Mrs Lucy Mrs id: Merriam Mr. and \' for the Christmas! children Edward Nanette and Iin (Charleston S. C While, The
    Jrinandez. 413 W Coquina Mrs. Robert Corn pan\\() and I holidays at the home of Mr Jay The father had recently there trophies and diplomas Enchanting
    Avenue Edna: Klaus and Lucy Auxiliary Police Sergeant, Major and Mrs. Robert Huffman, 3601 I undergone an emergency nptra were awarded by the AMMKU.. I
    are lifelong friends and were Ciunler Browning Avenue' are his I lion and Is recovering' satisfactorily lion to mentors whiw birds r; Imperial Lounge
    neighbors In Ilaikmsuk, N. J. brother and ulster.In.law. Mr I had scored the most t points( Ken :
    Mr !Mdcklm has been transferred Isitors to our city are Mr and Mrs Herman Huffman and came away with a trophy for .1 ', NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT
    by his firm to Daytona I and Mrs. Billy B<>uis and two daughters, Joan and Eileen, I Mr and Mrs. Guy S. Adams I the. Young Bird Class! when | r ,
    Peach and the whole family daughters Barbara and I from Neverslnk N J. and sons from Cocoa' were the'one of his birds had scored over i DANCING OK JUST QUIET
    I ---- --- --- 'y I

    SAMS 1

    FUEL OIL KIDS City of Titusville City of Titusville t APPEARING


    AYE AC DEftWTTT.AYEAI5ISCOMIWS Notice of Public Hearing Notice of Public HearingThe < 4, HITS I


    SOUR HOME A'WMM/Nfr/ Tht City If Titutvill will h.ld i public htirlnf *nTwttdty City .f Titutvillt will fold a "public harms' .nTiMtday

    January I 12, ,It 45 it 7:M '.m, In' the C.uncil January 12. 1'6S at 7:JO p.m. In the Ccuncil a Dirtct tram ttt* Dunes m Las Vega

    brKOS Ram t. I h..r Inter..fed **,..n. In ,.,.,11 tam Ram *. "..r Interested percent In rand ism RESERVATIONS PLEASE CHARLES 2S7.1821

    I : {

    A equal f.r s ..,I.nn In tree yard .."'uk. H prntlt > A r4u tl .. IUw a Ted St.ntll" a "." lane. Gala, / New Year's Eve Party

    tt* unUadlnt' .f fralfht cars dlrtctly' lnt. II'. altvatod

    ... ... "........ fltr trHwM This application hat ken mad \ky Vat Cat Company

    For a happy new y.ar e with p.rml,iln .* *awns James. Karantmct.ftt > i ;.. .. e :

    and a WARM a'w ya: r\lh \ o !jjJ. $7 50 ?J' .. .
    ll I k .d. William f. atackttnFtr -- : to f1I.h
    us. our Fuel Oil This >f> aN n hai n m ky I \ ,. '. ,, .-:
    property at 901 S. Waih .ft"n Ave j
    Price reasonable. CALL prttwrty ... D.L.... An"lII. PER PERSON "

    The l I.l.l dienptt *f which inSutti
    Tha ,,,.1 dticriprimt W which In FULL COURSE fILET MIGNON DINNERS
    IOU ft. *4 Eat h ft. .4 Nvrttt 135.511..0
    SAMS OILCORPORATION j Lift 14 and U, lUck M, Mvbklni and Graham
    'tok 7, Pfd .. TitvnlI., FAVORS HATS NOISE MAKERS
    SuI .li.'.,.... a*.k 1..t pat U.

    Hokin.26JUSE City .* Titvt.ill, .,.. ,
    1 by M. C.e p e r,
    by Mrfrt C..*.r, City Cl..rkWd OPEN HOUSE AFTER 12 MIDNITE
    YOUR City' Clerk

    GULF CREDIT CARD Wd. Dec N. IH4 .. Dee 30. IH4

    c' Jlhas

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    WeJnesdey, December ", '''' Tltu.villi' (Florid, ), Star-AdvKat* log, "I. OK OK OK OK OK OK OK 1.<<

    1 Don't Orbit Around, Settle In A Home Of Your Own : YEAREND 0 )

    NOTWH or I'fTlIlOITIOlif TOIIUIIT&a Help Wanted .r
    "CTITIOI" 11AV1I1 Animals Help Wanted
    _pll..... with Houis BIIIa I GLAMOR GIRLSft
    11'11' Cb.pl' Number :3f161w..1 MALE HELP WANTED
    rlortd. Aola 01 1841. the SIX YEAR old Palomino
    ..dIf...* will r.(l.l r Clark of the Circuit Court In B... small chiUs horse 4 BLOCK MASONS and cement ;
    _r.rd County. Florida, upon n. and 6 year olds l presently rid.int. men. Lakevlew Hills off

    tt.: otlo.' *'proof. the following of I publication flctltlouI o: Horse Caddie, blanket Carpenter. Road Titusville '
    ram to "Tlekl.paupb'aLally" and bridle $17S. 287-6558. WANTEDIMMEDIATELY 267 3455.
    : .ItI""I
    : Under 1 em u I
    Ie Real E.tate: al So<< Mep SELL OUT FIREMEN
    mails AT.nu. Titwvlll Florida I Career positions open In Titus
    Bed that the undtr.l.n.d U In* 3 female Chihuahuas. Good Attractive girls for clothe yule Fire Department for 0
    nly proa 1 InUrwud I Aid butD.tod
    ... breedcra. AKC Reciatered. and photographic modeling alert high school graduates
    it TMuivlll. Florid.' IhllI Nice pets. 267-3559 after I Also beauty contest entries 21 -31 years old In excellent
    dar of December. A.D. 1M4. p.m. 2926 South Hopkins 267-7771. physical condition. Starting '

    >M. 23 Duane M. 1.H... Ian Tlnklrpauih.. U (Wed.) Avenue. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS: salary $391 per month Applyoffice o 0
    IItL FREE KITTENS. Call 267-8595 wanted Muat be 21. Apply in 513 Palm Ave II

    person. Larry's Restaurant AAA
    The American( Automobile Asao-
    male, 267-2320 after 3pm. I
    HB NINTH JUDICIAL, CIR SALESGIRL elation needs career sales representatives .

    ''UI'\'. IN. FLORIDA.AND FOR BRBVABD'OUNTT. POCKET SIZE white toy wanted Apply Pigeon in Cocoa area EVERY CAR REDUCED

    tt CHANCERY NO. MM3 poodle puppy 7 wecki. 267 Feathers Imeprlal Towers The persona selected will be,
    .Horn: or J'oaICLon'al: 2722. trained In all\ phases of membership \
    II'IT GIRL FOR shirt finishing, ex sale' Excellent opportunity .
    1. I. KtSI.AK '
    CORPORATION MORTGAGE OF" perlenced preferred, Spie '0 for better than average
    [S Florid Corpontloa. FLORIDA Plaintiff.F'HARLRS .. Boats For Sale Span Laundry. 400 Julia. Income plus life and hue: s 59 CADILLAC 4 DOOR HARDTOP i

    I evaluation Insurance, vacation
    K Cl'RTIK and SECRETARY PART TINE retirement plan and mon. Gray with black and whit Intoner Power S'Mrlr and
    15 FT. CENTRAL. 35 MPH with ref.
    mud be qualified
    fHIRUCYAN If.. r. CUKT1N. bin Johnson and trailer. Will sell erences. 2672S10.BEAUTICIAN. thly bonus. You will enjoy the 5,4 Irak*.. Factory ai lr ctnditlonln. CDOCn

    Defendants cheap needs paint. Mobile' prestige of representing an or- I 01, $'"5. 5.1.' Price ... .... el.)7Jp;
    0:! BHIRLEYAN T. CURTIN Manor Lot 100 Conner. SENIOR full or Sanitation respected for serv-
    SOS Lakevllle Road part time. 267-1(70. American moloriirts
    Laketllle Mlohlnan NEW YEARS !IOI for over 60 year Previous

    ,thai TOU a ARE cult HEREBY to :ortclon NOTIFIED Mort. ... WOMAN TO keep. house for tales experience helpful but !o 58 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER
    a .
    IS THE
    RIGHT -
    Saga haa been filed against you la TIME BM be nN 5.14 eye- : :i..w SSsi ff'Th. -$ family ef 1. No Ironing must not neceisiry. Contact Mr.
    Itk* above Court by lb. above have transportation. Clarke AAA
    TO GET THAT NEW own office 431 E
    ..m.d Plaintiff The property 4 answer la''yea and no'-"no,11 woat D1In7 Will discusi hours references Mrrrltt Island Causeway, Mer. 4 Deer HirCt*, blue and white, power shoring, pews
    oeu.bt to b* fortcloeed U a* (ol. OAT AND MOTOR I .
    and .. Air undltiaeved< .
    0"/ you 'yes, neatness counts requested. 2675611. rill Island, between 10 a m v

    I.nt twenty-two (22)) Block ROGERS OUTBOARD and 4 p.m., Jan 4 and S. O Wan $"5. Sale Price ....... ......,.... .. $$595 8
    "P" ,
    ; cllon B BOWS OAR.DEids FULL TIME housekeeper
    ai recorded In Plat 1103 Garden $'. 2474414 must have own transport
    Book 19, Pan M of the Pub. For Sale LOST
    Ho Record Bravard County, For Rent I atioa. 267-18M: after I p.m.

    Florida. Building & Const. MALE SIAMESE eat vicinityof 0 60 CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE
    ! i YOU ARm REQUIRED to fll<. BOY'S 26" Bike. AMP Good NEEDED!: I
    F Answer with' the Clerk of the lady to live In and care Imeprlal i Estates: Indian
    , a,. Court aad t* pene a copy, upon NIDY CONSTRUCTION real. ROOMS FOR RENT condition. $25. 267-0443.: I for convalescing older person River City Call M7.041* alter Slick with white top pews ..."In.. pews. brakes, 'a.hr,

    the Plaintiff. Attorney P. O. Boa LIVINGIIATNAN.ON. N. Clew *- dentlali commercial and re 20 VOLUME SET of Yount Leo; tHUS er 267-1671. 4:30: p.m. Reward. air, senditlen1.OWas .

    I I l.ary*, florid M. JW*.. If not you later fall. thai to do Jan ao. modeling.: 12 Jed In bonded Titusville. SLEEPING for ROOMS rent. 801 and Orange efficiencies Never ple's I Science used, 4th Encyclopedias.grade level, LOST: : WALLET on Christmasday K2t$. Sale Price ., .. .. ..... $51695 0;

    le. decree pro eonfeeeo will b* enI Phone AM 7-2326. St. 267-J400. Generous reward guaantecd. .
    end aialnet you for the relief 125. 297.1351.BABY MALI HELP WANTED
    demanded In the Contains credit cardit
    : my hand and led BusinessAnnouncements STORE SPACR FOR RENT CRIB mattreas and bumpers and other Contact
    papers 0 63 LARK 4 DOOR SEDANWhite
    peal ot paid Court at BREVARDCoualv. TRAFFORD
    bassinette stroller
    ; ; ; playpen
    this 22nd oar of Deoera' NEW STORE building for office offers an excellent T. 0. Smith 2D7-022S or 267.

    |Pier, 1M4 Curtis. R. Barnes or business 15 x 60 ff.Healed 267-4062; high after chair S p.m.and car 287-7390....t. career opportunity for lie 2242. address 1023 Rowlla I t .vl. Aute. trans, radl., h.tter. A real

    Clerk of Circuit Court WE CAN answer your dirty and alrconditioned. erred Real Estate Salesmenin Lane. flat "".r. Wat Mt5. Sale Price $$1095 1
    '1\1 By V. 1. apan.ler floor problems! We clean Phone 267-6160 2508 S. Hop PIANO FOR SALE recondition their new Titusville office

    :!JfCOt'RT' nEAL Deputy Clerk floors walls, etc. in store., kin. ed. reasonsble, 217-7121. A hard hitting sales program Mobil Homes ..

    ,IDe*. :II, 10, 1M4, Ja*. 9, 19 (Wed) offices homes; daily week. WAREHOUSE FOR RENT plus excellent training with a 0
    1.... ly, monthly J. C.'s Janitorial SEWING MACIIINE. repair all profeulon.1 Realtor organation TRAILER FOR RENT 61 FALCON 2 DOOR WAGON ;
    Service 267-4807, WAREHOUSE suitable for makes. Phone 267 8208.:: offers an unusual

    IN THM COUNTY JUDGES shop, garage or ltor.,.. In FURNITURE DISCOUNT future for qualified saleamcn. 1 BEDROOM: TRAILER on Old t cyt. straight drive laky Blue with! raid
    reproduces center of town. See H. H. Please ran Harry D. Nelll Dixie Highway! call 2tiH$1I7.
    \ COUNTY M>TirK FLORIDA TO ('KlUITOISHK anything photo-exact Hudson at Star-Advocate. SALES. Mattressei offered at Cocoa 636\ .3131, for Interview o lit tip. Was |1 ttS. fate Price . $795 s;
    warehouse prices. See today
    J1'f' ESTATE or and legally acceptable. Complete us I BEDROOM trailer air romlUtloned
    IGORRIB KTIKR Secretarial Service.' WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER 2111 Garden Si Nldy PLUMBING INSPECTOR and carpeted, privatelot
    All creditor of the estate of Notary Public Monique Secretariat construction. Any aloe up to Shopping Center 267-5733 or muat be qualified muter adults preferred, 2679439
    CORRIB hereby notified KYZER and deceased required ar to Service 2323 So. 30.000 square feet. lease. 2670564. 267-1826. plumber. High School graduate call night t or day. 8 63 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR BISCAYNE

    file any olalma or demand whkh' Wishlncton. 267-6544. Industrial or comm.r- or have equal combination "* I
    they may have efelnM. sold mats clal apace available. TWO HORSE trailer $125. Call experience and train. "iCentlnue/On( NeitVaie) VI Cups Green ant) "wnlt. Oeeel white will
    I (he office of tbs JuOMt 257.6555.OLD .
    --- $$1195
    .Brevard County. Florida, la ing. Ability to examine, plans I Mret. Was mi. Sale Price
    the Court Houe at Tltuevlll Camping HuntingFLORIDA For Sale NEWSPAPERS suitable and apecficatlona of plumbing id ?
    .. START o
    rim-Ida within ales calendmontha Initallationa and make Inspectlons !
    In packing and moving ful"D'lture.
    from the date of the flretpuftllcatlQn
    CAMPER sales and '
    d..m or demand of this muet notice.b. In Each...11. rentals winter rite. 2476 JUST ARRIVEDTruck floors, wrapping and fish' protect'Ina plumbing.of Apply new I :and D. A.existing i Cov- THE 60 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR WAGON

    Ini and must and late BoMofflc the plan nddre.;* olnudenca Old Dixie Highway 267-15M. load of used bedding \ Jr: :"c&.wrlreulation 50c. baton Administrative A..l>t- u 0

    of the el.lm.nl and must hiewer CITRUS FRUIT AND TREES first come first serve dcpu at Star ant ID Palm Avenue Titus O VI, aute. h.".. lI.ck'M while. A nice cuss f flftf H
    to by the olalmant. his Advocate rear of building. sue, FlorMa.AUTOMOTIVE .
    267.3523REFRIGERATOR car, Was )14fS. Sale Price e)0/J
    nut .r hi* attorney or It willhiss.
    void aooordlnf to law.' ORANGES. FINEST Navels EQUIPMENT
    LUTHER Parson Browns, pink grape 12 CU FT, II sanitationtruck
    ; :,41 .OR..t.l. Operator drive 0
    : New and Used Furniture and
    K culor of fruit. South Lake. 2873906. o
    automatic defrost, $100: GE Must have chauffeur
    Corrle Kyier. Iioceaeedt lid
    **. It, :23. SO. 196(. I.... t tWed.) range, $50; rugs chairs, guaranteed Refrigerators 2510$25 Hopkins! license Apply City hall 623 58 LINCOLN 4 DOOR
    1'" Child Care dinette set see these at. 1317 up. Palm Avenue
    .. Ave Phone 2674705. Opel
    o, Indian River Ave., Tltusvillc Friday nights until .. 14 Pews Steering, ceiWIflw1.. Rum end drive.
    CHILD CARE by hour. or before 11 a.m. Thursday Mr. $2458JO
    CAN BE FINANCED Was $m. Isle' Price
    baled bid will k* received by week. Indian River Heights. Andrew.,
    Men And Women NEW YEARWITH
    (h* Board of Count CommlMlonr I 2675766.
    , .* until hob e'elook A. M? FOAM RUBBER couch and &; CARPETS &
    January T IMa In the Commleotna.r'e
    I Iloom, at the Court RELIABLE WOMAN WILL do chair $50. 2b75t7. Needed I
    Bane. la Tltusvlll Florid, for. babysitting In my born*. 100 pet 501 Nylon CHEVROLET 2 DOOR WAGON
    Coaetrvotloa of the -IMS Ad- FENDER BASEMAN amplifier
    References. 287-0281. Up to 30 Sq. Ydi 0
    :1111100.Brevard end Ceuaty Reao"Courthaua atlom to". the H piggy bank, like 'Wi Installed with Padding to train as asslttsnt manager II NEW CAR O Twrejweite with VI, .....'.1111., .power steering, whips 71
    THuevlll. Florida. For Rent Oak Point Trailer' Park and managers In convenient well tlret. A real bargain.
    Th project conelete of the to*. miles south of Tltuivlll. on '* Only $249.95 type markets. Good salary, $795
    alruonea of a new (we dare U.S. 1. next to last trailer on hospital Insurance paid va Wat IlltS. Sale' Price teeeeuaoseee. .
    fire.r.elnlant belldlne adjacent 1elb. ; FOR RENT south row.LANGHOVER. cation. Excellent 64 FALCON u 0
    .llItlnl C.urtbeues The Bid. o
    Floor Sanders RICH CARPETSIndian
    died DoellmaDto win be available. =enFactory adtaniemenl with ex.
    St no ob..... al the eftlne .1 the Phone AM 2 HORSE (an. 1 chain Apply L'll Sprint V.I. 4 (peed, RAH
    *Architect AeaoolaUa HI..b., Bid..... Washington Thompeoi Paint Outlet deco wheel van. large lack River! Plata pending Stores: Inc, 531 ParkSt. 58 CADILLAC 4 DOOR HARDTOP
    room. New condition. Deut
    ., .. Baldwin Shopping Center 267-2931 Fla. 0
    Avenue Tltuevllle ria and alt Tttuivllla.
    the Clark office Courthouee offer. Also saddles and other $2295 O Pull) pewer, "Pact", air". Cord "
    Tltuevlll PI*. APARTMENTS POR RENT tack. Call 267-6777 after S Wanted I $$595
    Bid cecurlty In the amount ol p.m. Help Wes leS. Sale Price .......... .
    live ll%> per oent of the Bid must ATTRACTIVELY FURNISHED,
    cubraliud will, each propoeelTh .. one bedroom patio apartmentAir AIR COMPRESSOR sun 24 CHILDREN'S CLASSES IBMMACHINE : 64 PONTIAC i4 'O
    required* euocweful to furnlih Contractor end nay will for M conditioned and central gallon pot, :30 ft hose $125. in charm drama, clothes, and o
    atlafaclory Performance sad heat. 1304: Palmetto St. near 267-6138. photographic modeling. Suite I 0/'. lea1*., Plwa Pas. Air 59 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR WAGON
    Imeprlil Towers 217-
    Labor a P.Y..DII 161.
    Pirtle Adults.
    Plaza Shopping. '
    Vonda Th Board reeervee th* right I* $125. The Titusville Star- & 2 White, R 4 H, power Mooring, ...", air eetv f CQf OyJJ

    reject any aid all bide Advocate 1st 7771.you rental COMPUTER i $3695 aUtleiwd. Was 1141!. Sal Price :7\'\
    in have 10
    All bid to b* marked "Rid for APARTMENT: 2 bedroom fur- circulation -

    low.. Additions*. Tltuevllli.* "Renovallciurthaue rushed 2670354. in North I housing, list it in Programming '

    ocem"'r JOE CHAIRMAN: :n H, WICKHAM.IM4 TWO ,ROOM lady preferred.furnliihed 1525 apart.bent Hibiscus Jrevard. | The Star-Advocate! I lawn BFLORIDA Are Now FormingFor 63 M. G. B. 0 60 OLDS 88 4 DOOR

    BOARD OP COUNTY call 267.8341 after 4 wire wheel1695 .
    Street I ReVr, aped
    COMMimlONEReBREVARO I I > I RAH, pews ,iNerlne), power beaks. Pacter JAQC
    II TECHNICAL 14 air sen4irlened. .,...... Was $ "J. Sale" Price $) IU/J 0
    I> c. 22. ao Wed) I"""Ml APARTMENTS I I
    close Is. efficiencies, weekly, i COLLEGEHas o -71
    ndnrl' op 'T'IITIOJlf! TOJutiaTue
    ritTlitola "..... monthly) rates, air conditioned PLEASE NOTE iI Bern Grunted, An Extra
    compliance with Hour Hill 417 Julia Street $150,000 I 59 VOLVO WAGON
    V.. 117. Ch.pter Number MSS.Lw 63 FAIRLANE
    ,* of Florid, And *f IM1. thekedarsipend ALL ELECTRIC centrally\ In Tuition Funds from School
    .. .. I New Cr.n P.M.' Deed.
    the tires.O
    .1 the will Court ler willi d B.' cated, adults only, phone 267. Services In Washington, D. C "500" V I Vinyl' Trim e 0
    Clerk CI..IlIt
    nerd Count 'r Florida. upon re- 67S1 ADVANCED DEADLINE 1 U help deserving student I Was 171. hi. ',1.. ....... .. ., $$395 ;74;
    Mot of proof of publication 0' attend college for peclallied
    thla notice the following; flclltlo MODERN 3 ROOM completely
    .am*. d-wltl "Tltuerllle Courier"under Includes $1795
    furnished $115 month I
    which at we 2622 are Hotitb entaied Week linuhlOhlni all utilities. Cap 28HU7.I FORCLASSIFIED i training.MEN 860 CORVAIR 4 DOOR S

    Ini Are, Tltuavlll Florida

    that fOt'''be.. Intereeted.01..1..4,In an lAid the Dilly.....- furnished BEDROOM.new LIVING refrigerator: room ADVERTISINGIH : WOMENARE 62 FORD Tare tone hive neater. ,114 white well ,."..

    Dated at Tltuevllh Floride. thleIB ideal for couple. $ao pT NEEDED NOW Gar 4 Or. VI, Air CeW. I 2 |trtl.ht delve. Wet tilt Sale Prlte 5695 Q

    dar of Deremher A D. IH4.Walter month. J. W. Childre Realty, EFFECT THIS HOLIDAY SEASON JOBS PAYINGUP ,,0l
    W IvlvedorOebrlel

    I a. 10. IM4.H. Jaa.BUmentkalDeo. 1. U 21196. Monday, January 4th PIper $200.00 e

    S decorated ROOM FURNISHED apartment.: adulU newly, DEADLINE: 1 P.M., Thurs., Dec. 31 With In pnUaUal Tb.FIeldof''Income 61 PLYMOUTH o 4
    b1ADLINC: rubllrcrlm_ for,... Wd TM.. Before *. 317.5Z4f. ri IBM COMPUTERS i I power .,...... Air Centime1. A toM 1 solid) (OQCX

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    I eiWANT I Q
    kilclM tile bath
    I eoat peff wordMlnlniuni adults .*.,. $U.. phone 2117. Encase of I I


    ' Xioept EetabN>he4 AOMIW I 59 CHEVROLET Whips WWH ,t4 trim. RAN 4 _**.*. A clean. jII
    Cleetne4 KuAvaltoM -ilDIUXl $$1695
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    I ** any adrrUrmnt Dvrs tile, LOCA LOCATIONATION
    rere4 to Mfemi to are ..*> I !' 7464 K. Atlantic Ave. 12 .rAt., t eyl., evto"' .... "..... God) 'I".. (OQC
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    *f thin *.* r. eentr ef WAITRESSES '
    Th Mas-......... wan ..< oldest *), adtareat tAllow : Cape Canaveral Florida183.SS1S owes Ilt5. Sale Price JJ/J 0
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    eat then tai ***t ef th* _<. 217001. .. 0 60 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR
    iineiit hv tb* MM to th* I TWO BARTENDERS: : errir I 4 TrdingodDieter" okyl.

    AB Kvertleennnt.tie D.e.n..aa. ROOM POI liNT I II "I/: l., ttrelfM 4>01.( .. Siva with m.ltMn "MerlerX f OQfJQJ X
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    Hjr 0 l. LJSDrew frattetiai breakfast and Q
    A ItInd available. 317 11,.. I CONTACT MR. CHARLES ZELENKO: Y 07t
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    11)0() points Ames from Galveston. Tex Mrs. Bertha Swaine gave a

    I Indian River South Tffusville Mews I They arrived by car from Gal talk on "Heralds of the King"\ ,
    2d. Lieut. Julius Robinson, U. veston virtually on ChristmasEve the Southern Baptist Missionar
    S. Army Ordnance Department and Dorena and Stanley lea overseas. The needs of the
    1 from Savannah OrdnanceDepot hardly knew how to find their Missionaries serving in the
    there .
    OUR CADET will be moving soon.Mr. .:L. Illinois, is home for the parents home because of the strife-torn area of the world
    Cadet Joe Mance, TitusviUe'sreprwetitative ,. huge Dow Chemical Building, were brought before the girls
    'I I Christmas Holidays visiting\ his
    United and Mrs. Walter Dorsey,
    at the
    : mother, Mrs. Eva Ilobiiwon, which overshadows the Gentile and they were asked to pray forthe
    Cleveland Road have .
    753 as
    atMost ,
    Slates >
    Military Academy
    Home. However needs of the mission fields
    I' 503 Pine Lane Arriving in time young Sally,
    Polnl, N. Y, is spendinga their guest for the Christmasand ,
    New Year holidays, Miss 4 MiMt. < S'l > :: for a fine Christmas dinner who visited here earlier this I during the Christmas Holiday.
    well-deserved Christmas vacation knew of the big edifice Mrs. Marilyn Greenhalgh told
    and of Hendersonville, .were; her sister and her husband year
    with his family, Mr. Terry Tyler I Mr and Mrs. Fred Ball, and where to find her grandparents about "The Children of t h eKing"
    N. C. who is our ;
    Mrs brother enjoying
    Carl Mance, and
    -f-- I!i from Canton, N. C. so there was a happy This was about Christ
    Carl of 203 Harrison Street, Titusville.
    I family reunion. The Ames are ians around the world and particularly
    1 I amot. I till after the new about the training of
    Mr-d: ;; staying year
    wife June,
    f Joe has been at the Academyfor Visiting Mrs. Richard Fred K. Bell his
    the last six months and has Dorsey of 110 Cleveland and their 13 months old twins, when they will return to Texas. national converts that they may

    .".,_ 1 Road, is Mr. Oscar Shaver Michael and Gary were visitors help their own peoples to know
    """ '- from Columbus Ohio. Mr I at the home of his parents, Mr. Y.W.A. News the story of Christ, Mrs. Carolyn
    "Q' Shaver Is Mr brother- d Fred Bell U. S. No.
    Dorsey'i and Mrs. Reeder Stokes closed the
    f I The Mary Young program.
    in-law, The Dorseys spent I I 1, over the Christmas Holidays. Womans' Association of CentralBaptist
    I the Christmas
    a Christmas Day with Mrs. Dor Fred K. Is Chief Zoner and During party
    Church met last Tuesday
    sey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I Planner for Brunswick and evening at the home of Penny Focks led the activitiesand
    I D. In Plnnellas Park. Ga. several were played.
    Wiley Glynn County games
    Miss Penny Forks, W. Key
    \ jtf, I Largo Drive. Miss Helen Riddle, Christmas Carols were sung as
    "d. George M. Dyble of Sharon, Mr and Mrs. W A, Johnson I president called the meeting to Mrs. June Jones played the or
    Penna, Is spending the Christmas and family of 2KO Rosehill Avenue order and Mrs. Marilyn Green gan. Exchange of gifts followed ,

    Holidays with his daughterand I went to Panama City to halgh prayed for the needs of with refreshments being served
    son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, l !spend Christmas with her moth the world during this Holiday by the hostess. Those present

    Howard L. Marr, 920 Cleveland !e er, Mrs. Lucille Goodman. Season. The Christmas Story as were: Donna Thomas Pat Stig-
    z, gper Road. Aim visiting the Mart v ar all, visiting from First Baptist
    wr recorded by Luke Z, was read
    family last weekend were Mrs.Mars's Church of Titusville, Marilyn
    Mr and Mrs. Joseph Shin- by Miss Focks, prayer chairman
    aunt and uncle Mr and Stokes
    Greenhalgh, Carolyn ,
    paugh and Joe Jr. of 344 Pritch- ,
    Mrs. John Forbes, from ard Street have Just returned June Jones, local women members -
    Sarasota. A business session followed
    Carolyn McAllister .
    from a visit to his father Mr.
    with Helen Riddle presiding.The Becky Adams, Donna McAllis
    Fred Shinpaugh In CopperhiU
    CHRISTMAS CHEER "Worship Christ
    Tenn., and they also visited her program ter Penny Forks Margie
    Major (USA-Retired) and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Frank Tate in the King" was related to the Spears, Helen Riddle, Mrs.
    Henry Courtemanche, of 800 Cleveland Tenn. On the way girls by four storytellers from Bertha Swaine, counselor and
    Cleveland Road, greeted guests home they came through that the Woman's Missionary Union Mrs. Delores Surrency, director:

    Cadet J.. Mnc at a gay front-door decoratedwith area of Western Georgia that of Central Baptist Church.

    silver bells on Sunday af had been devastated by recent Mrs. June Jones told of the

    made a go of it. He says that ternoon.( A beautifully adorned kThv ... .. tornados. that the needs of the unfortunate people See The
    <,j'n M,,'':. "' 'jpT&i'JCHRISTMAS : UG .;; lW.. ,._ .._ __ say
    already a number of freshmen Christmas tree held court In I damage was extensive and very around the world and urged everyone

    have been sent home, but Joe the living room, while the din IN MASSACHUSETTSDr the Meters extend wishes to all area much in evidence. to think of others duringthe Star AdvocateFor
    says "I am going to see It ing table was centered with a Christmas Season. The Spiritual -
    and Mrs. Frank Meter of Osceola residents for a Merry Christmas and a
    through. punch bowl of egg-nog surrounded Road are spending the holidays in Happy and Bright New Year. Shownin Mrs. E. C. Workman, mother needs of the people of Japan Your
    Joe is able footballer and delicious homemade
    an by reviewed an account -
    Mass, and the Anderson home left of Margaret Seefluth, is staying were as
    with their to
    Lynn, daughter are,
    Is on the West Point Team. He fruit-cake: holiday cookies and of the Baptist work being Printing Needs!
    In law Mr. and Mrs. Richard i Dr. Meter Lucia her daughter and son-in-
    right. Anderson.
    son ,
    Is due back at the Academy on assorted Imported cheeses and law I done there by missionaries.
    January 3rd. fish Anderson, and children. In a Christmas Richard Anderson, Mrs. Meter, Mary ,ll Mr. and Mrs. Robert See- --.-

    It seems that Brevard County Those enjoying the Holiday letter to your reporter and his wife, Lu, Richie and Janet Anderson. lluth largaret's of 304 father Pritchard recently Street pass- . . . e .

    has at least two cadets in WestPoint "goodies" were: The William
    fed and her mother will .
    because Joe traveled Crows, the Richard Moseys, Melody, and a friend of Bar Visitors at the home of Mr. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. si.'y away with them here some v YOU'LL MAKE AN EXTRA SALE

    with another cadet who was en the Walter Harrisscs, the Herbert I bara's Karen Duffield, all I and Mrs. John Glaze, of 370 James Hook of 835: Cleveland ..ecks. Mrs. Workman Is also With The Extra Calls You Get! .

    route to Satellite Beach. Marshalls, the William J. from Ivydale, W Va. They Coleridge Avenue, are his I Road on Christmas Day. I lli i4 j mother of Franklin Work- A WHEN YOUR PHONE .
    Joe's choice of profession in Simmons Jr. and the Henry are visiting with their mother, mother, Mrs. John Glaze Sr., iian of 1250 Kingston Avenue. IS ALWAYS ANSWERED
    the Army Is the Artillery because Smiths Jr."PHISANTA". Mrs. Mary Boggs of 343 W. and his brother and family, Mr. CHRISTMAS EVE ADVENT <

    he wants to go to work Coquina Avenue and with Billy's and Mrs. Doyle Glaze, all from) Mrs. Barbara Cromwell, wife FROM TEXAS '
    with the Pershing Missile. At PARTYMr brother and family, Mr. and Panama City. of Richard Cromwell of 305 o a :
    the present time he Is studyingthe and Mrs. Richard Dor Mrs. Richard H. UoggH! of 303 Carlysle Avenue, gave birth to Mr.\ and Mrs. Nicholas Gentile 9
    fundamentals of Engineering sey, till Cleveland Road, entertained Jepson Street.Joseph .. Mr. Homer Ilcldler of 37} a little son, Thomas Jeffrey of' 244 Pritchard Ave., have a*
    Good luck, Joe. their neighbors' childrenon i Dickens Ave., went to Sun City, Cromwell, Christmas eve at the the Ir guests for the Holiday Sea- 9 Titusville Area Cocoa & Cocoa Beach .

    Christmas Eve with a "pre- Schweyer from Fla, where he spent Christmas Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital. sou, their daughter, Dorena and A 267-5530 636-7031 .

    PERSONALSClaude Santa" party. Fort Worth. Texas, Is the houseguest with his parents. This Is their second son and her husband, Stanley Ames and I.L
    Those attending were: Scott of Mr. and Mrs. Paul I third child. Barbara and the the Ir granddaughter, Sally l l oA _. .. '
    Graham of 319 Boyc Courtcmanihc, Kim Kelly and Ruiz of corner Carlyslc and De Mr. and Mrs. Wlllxr (bill)) I newly arrived son came home iii --- -
    Avenue IN home after a sojournin Donnle Wing Paul, Michael and lano Avenues for I he holiday Robinson of 260() Elliott: \ Avenue last! Sunday.
    Wucsihoff !Hospital as a re- Howard Marr and Mary Lee season. Mr. Schweyer is Mrs. have as holiday visitors his

    bull of an accident on the Jobat and David Irion. The children Rutz's brother. I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. William I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sirmon of I

    the Missile Base on Merritt, were accompanied by their Robinson from Pittsburgh, Pa. 830 Delano Avenue, went to

    Island. lie Is still bedriddenbut respective parents. Refreshments Mr. and Mrs Charles Clifford and his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Lecsburg for Christmas dinnerat
    Is on the high road to re were served and each of 123) Thoreau Street went to Mrs. William Kelso from Lau- his slMers; Mrs. L. B. Mason.

    covery. child received a lovely gift. Winter Haven on Christmas derdale-by-the-Sea. This dinner was also a family IMPERIAL [
    ; 1
    reunion of all the children of
    morning to visit with his father t4'
    Among the many newcomers Lieut and Mrs. Fred Smith Mr. Horace Clifford, and his Holiday visitors at the home this family ,a Pass a \
    to this city are Mr. and Mrs. with family, Vicki and Linda, brother Mr. William Clifford of Mr. and Mrs. Sal Collura of 1'j

    t arles Street, their daughter, from Lexington, Md., were vteltori and family. All the family enjoyed B3i: Edgcwrxid; Avenue, were Visitors arriving at the home j ,
    I. nda, 8 and a son, Charles Jr., at the home of Mr and .Christmas dinner together Mr and Mrs Ed: Crotteau of Howard and June Jones, Ml
    13 The Streets come from Mn. Ernest C. Jones of 1390 and our Cliffords Charles from Whispering Oaks and Mr. Vanguard Lane, are her mother TOWERS I
    (jicenwood, S. C. and are alp Locke Street.Major .. and Evelyn, at the same Ray Bushncll and his mother Mrs. J. H. Walton and her A .. II I
    : sent making their home at time celebrated their second Mrs. Bushncll.UTH brother, Charles Walton from I
    61U!) Mount Sterling Avenue (Retired)) and Mrs. wedding anniversary Hopewell, Va. They arrived last' U.S. HIGHWAY 1. SOUTH, TITUJYIUt

    Michael A. De Feen from Lakeland The Rev. John Elliott and ANNIVERSARY Monday evening and will visit I v : v a .d
    Mr. and Mrs. William E. were visitors for theChrllllm from Miami arrived fur some time in this area
    Decker) formerly of 34J Dickens Holidays/ at (he home family Monday for a three day visit Mr and Mrs Casey Jones of I proudly presents .
    Avenue, have moved to of Mr. and Mrs. 10 Shlnwtock: with the Cliffords en route todeaiwater 151)0) Locke Street, celebratedtheir CHRISTMAS DINNER
    their now home in Indian River 12th wedding anniversarylast
    of 1380 Locke Street.
    where Rev. Elliott Mr. and Mrs. Bald
    Plantation Saturday. They celebrated George r u A TNaty Nra C.suP4 Fw Ytvr !Dtn-n: ), DiIrrttrti ., t"t # r -{
    will be pastor of the PresbyterIan win of 204 Parker Avenue, entertained I .
    Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brucker Church In that city. this anniversary by Mr. Jones the of his nrntnt f(tturt! $T
    Visitors at the home of Mr. of taking his wife out to dinner for pastor I
    father of Russell E. Brucker
    Itev Elliott: Is a brother law Church Rev. I). V. McAllister ,
    and Mrs. Gerald Calhoim, 3''CItosc'hill 12:11 Thomas Street, were visitors an evening out. They have 3
    of Charles Clifford and Mrs. McAllister of the Tho Intimate
    Ave. over the Chitsl- children. Wt Prtunt I
    at the home of their win Central Church, and all On Sundays
    mas holidays were Mr and and family for the Christmas Baptist Dlnln' Treat . .
    Deacons and their wives at t
    Mrs. Dale Martin from Robins holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones i Christmas visitors, at the the rn French Quarter ELABORATE ;
    Christmas dinner last
    wiMKl, N. Orlando She la Mrs. and three children of 375 Cole home of Mr and Mrs Hugh a Thura'i

    Calhoun's sister TEEN-TOWN CLUI ridge Avenue were! dinner I Itomlne at 3115 Coleridge Avenue day. COFFtl SHOP FOR HtAKFAST, BUFFET V I

    The leen-age member of the 227 Teenage members of this guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus I Mere his mother and father, and Present his wile were, Howard: The and Pastor June I d LUNCH, DINNER AND UTt SNACKS! From 1 p.m. I* t p.m. f

    Calhoun family held a "Teen city's Teen-Town Club met last Hager of IMO Chaucer Avenueon Mr. and Mrs Ben Romlne, and Ronnie' i' ADULTS $3.25

    age" party at their home Wednesday Saturday night for a Port- Christmas Day. The (lagers I from Bradenton. Jones Greenhalgh Marilyn Herbert and Jerri I' I J ; CHILDREN . $2.00 'a
    the of Mrs. Jones
    Present were are parent
    evening Christmas Dance. A band Mailers Peggy and Jim Cox y The Fabulous nd II
    Dave and Dennis Doblk, John well-named "T h e flaming I, Mr and Mrs. Allied J Richardson MARK'
    Jenkins WAYNE
    Mel and :
    McConnell Mkkl) Brown, Tempos" supplied the music Mr. and Mn Huliert Celser: of ID Hymn Avenue, Libby
    I Room and his ZANIACS
    Claudia Brown Terry Vtlsby Twenty-one guests, Includingnine and four sons Larry. Ronnie have Just returned from Uhigh; ; Imperial
    and Billy Wlxby service men on leave during -I Garry, and Scott a1Inm\ Acres near Fort M>ers, where RACING PIGEONCONVENTION o 4 '.M. 1 r>M.
    the holidays, were welcomed Toledo Ohio are visiting with they visited his father and 'I 1f jir FOU COUKMZT DINING AT ITS LIST
    4.1r. and Mrs. Robert Maiklm at this function. Three new hU parents, Mr. and Mrs Mar mother. Mr and Mrs Albert I Ken. Frey MO \anguard V 1I
    and their four children and members Joined the Club. Adult vin .finer.; III 1125 Milton M. Richardson Ills father Is In Lane, long a pigeon breeder;|
    Mrs. Mai kirn's mother Mrs. (,hapt'ronesI'ere: Mrs. Arlene Street over the l'hrtslmas and a hospital at Fort Myers at this : and racing\ enthusiast recently ,I

    Edna: Klaus from West Hollywood New kirk, Mrs. Paul Anderson New Year Holidays 'I I time. Our Richardson's were attended the Southern Racing

    Fla, were holiday visitor Mrs. William\ Morton, Mr. and i accompanied by their three Pigeon: A.elation Convention|
    at the home of Mrs Lucy Mrs. I'd: Merriam Mr. and Visitors for the Christmas :! children. Edward, Nanette and in Charleston S. C While I The Enchanting
    Fernandez 411 W Coqulna Mrs. Robert Comparato and Holidays at the home of Mr Jay The father had recently there trophies and diploma'' 1

    Avenue.. Edna Klaus and Lucy Auxiliary Police Sergeant Major and Mrs. Holtfrt Huffman, 360 i I undergone an emergency operation were awarded by the Awocia-l
    are lifelong friends and were Gunter Browning Avenue, are his I I and Is recovering satisfactorily lion to members "' 1M' birds r" Imperial Lounge
    ndghlxirs in llaikrnsack, N. J. brother ami sister.In.law. Mr had scored the must points Ken
    Mr Macklm has been transferred .' Visitors to our city are Mr and Mrs Herman Huffman and came away with a trophy for NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT,
    by his firm to Daytona I and Mrs. Hilly Bofw and'daughters. two daughters.. Joan and Eileen: Mr and MG'uy; : S. Adams I the Young Bird Class' where' I DANCING OR JUST QUIlT
    Reach and the while' family Barbara and from Neverslnk N. J. and sons from Cocoa, were the one of his birds had scored over
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    WAPPYNEWYEAB/FUEL OIL KIDS City of Titusville City of Titusville p.: 4.' I APPEARING, 14

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    vVUR ROME AWUMMIN& Tht City *f Tituivlll will Md I public htirlnfl en City .( Titvi.,ill. will held "public .h..rln. .n
    Iran It.. Dwfwt In lot v.g..
    Tuesday. Janvtry II, 1HJ it 7)0 "."'. In th. CcvncilMm Tuesday, January 12. 145 .t JiM p.m. 'In th. CUIKI|

    I* hu lnt.rit.4 ptrtcnt In r...,,, tel R..m t. hear 'Inttrtdtd, p rtnt In ....r.. let RESERVATIONS PLEASE CHARLES 287-1821

    A ',",u..t for ..,I.ftC. In rnt yard t,tk. A re*u..t te alUw a Tad l S..ntlift; t "B" 1_. G ala/ New/ Year's Eve Poryism

    "'It.... vnUtrflnf ef frtifltr cr dlrtctly ,Into .... .lv* .4fl

    .... .. .......... ..r w.etIev.. This .,pllu"*" h) been md by Vtl Cb Cm,.ny "

    For a happy new year with prmltiin tl .wner, Jams K.rinhnt.Fr :
    $7 50
    and a WARM new year ; mmFULL :
    TMt wUcttta" has heft m.d. by Wlllltm ,. Uckton. ;
    Fu l
    t use our 1 pr*...rty .t KM S. Warhieren Av.. \:
    Prices rtasonabla. CALL Far pr.*.rty *n 0.Ltn Ave IHM. PER PERSON

    TODAY! I
    The .*,.1 dt riptin .* which 111SMtn
    I The l.t.1 l rfttcrlptltn ef which In COURSE FILET MIGNON DINNERS
    IOU N. t* East M ft. c4 North W4 ft. e.
    SAMS OILCORPORATION i Lets 14 and U, heck SO, .....In.( and Graham FAVORS
    I Sleek I 7, Pl.t W Titvtvtll HATS NOISE MAKERS
    SvMlvUlwt' INk I, (t ,.,. 17.

    2 S. Hopkins-267-0150 City W TitwivilU REGULAR MINU SERVED UNTIL II '.M.
    City .* Tltvtvill ..
    by M..r" C. ',
    I kr M.r,trl C*"f r, City Clerk. OPEN HOUSE AFTER 12 MIDNITET1

    USE YOUR City ClerllW04.

    GULF CREDIT CARD U DM. 30. IH4 Well.. Dee JO, 14

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    WeJWoiy, December 10, 1M4 Tlrutvllle, (Florid), St.r-Advocate ,.!. 11 OK OK OK OK OK OK OK'I

    Don't Orbit Around, Settle In A Home Of Your Own : YEAR END : ::1'i'

    IKUIITKB flCTITIOl *.MIB Ie AnimalsSIX Help Wanted
    compliant' with HOUM Btl GLAMOR GIRLS
    a 1175. Chspter Number OIL MALI HELP WANTED
    .,. of Florida. Aatl 01 11141. tbl YEAR old Palomino gelding

    .Clerk.dentIlD'of Ike will Circuit righter Court wltb In Braard the. small> child horse 4 PIMALB HhtP WANTED BLOCK MASONS and cement Jrzct :

    > County, Florida, upon re- and ( year old l presently rid men, Lakevlew Mills off
    0.I lpt of proof of publlcatliin of in<. Horse, saddle, blanket. i: Carpenter Road Titusville 0
    ble notice followlnt flcUtlouct .
    and bridle $175. 267-6SS.
    am a to-wHl "TlnkUpauih1' WANTEDIMMEDIATELY 267 3435.
    .ally* under which I am en.
    weed I* Real Eattte It 300 MacI SELLOUT FIREMEN
    Moll* Avenue Tltuevllla Florida Career positions In Titus.
    I fend that the undenlirned In the 3 female Chihuahuas. Good I Attractive girls for clothes
    ville Fire
    Department for
    nl Iv penran Intervaled I* old hue.ee. > (
    breeders. AKC Registered and photographic modelingAlso alert high: school graduates. :
    Dated It Tltuevllle Flnride thus Nice pets. 267.3559 after 5 beauty contest entries I : 21 -31 years old. in excellrn: Wi1 :

    nor Duane of December.H. Tlnkl.plUllbIt AD 1M4. p.m. 2936 South Hopkins 267-nn. physical condition. Starting

    It!,, M. We Jan. .. 11 (W d.) Avenue. t EXPERIENCED WAITRESS salary $39 per month. Apply
    IftL FREE KITTENS. Call 267-6595 I wanted Must be 21. Apply in office 513 Palm Ave. x

    person. Larry's Restaurant AAA
    American Automobile .
    The Association
    male, 267-2320 after 5
    SALESGIRL career asks rep. *
    COUNTY, IN, FLORIDA AND FOR BREVARD POCKET SIZE!: white toy wanted Apply Pigeon resentatlvet in Cocoa area EVERY CAR REDUCED

    TN CHANCERY NO. tntt poodle puppy, 7 weeks. 267. Feathers Imeprial Towers. The persons selected will be I,
    NOTICE or roKicLotcic 2722. trained in all phases of membership

    It. T. KISI.AK WIT MORTGAGE: GIRL FOR shirt finishing, ex.perienced sales. Excellent opportunity
    CORPORATION OF preferred, Spio 'n for better than average .
    [n Florid Corporation, .WRIDA'I PlalnllH, Boats For Sale Span Laundry 400 Julia. income: plus life and nostitiluitlon s 59 CADILLAC 4 DOOR HARDTOP i

    Insurance' vacation -
    CHARLES:! K CVRTIN and 15 FT. CENTRAL 35 MPH SECRETARY PART TIME ,. retirement plan and monthly Gray with black and while Inferior '.wer ItMrlnt) aN
    must be qualified with reI.erences.
    ''WHIRLBYAN f. CUKTI.N. till Johnson Will bonus. You will enjoy fie Irihii. dietary air Conditioning.
    and trailer. sell yi
    ''If*. M7ZI10.BEAUTICIAN.: 1
    Drri-ndentl cheap need. paint. Mobile prestige of representing an organlmion O Was mj. Sil. Price ...,... $ 3950;
    01 BHIRLETAN F CURTIN Manor Lot 100 Conner. SENIOR. fuU or respected for icrv-
    108 Lekevlllc Noel Tog the American motormti
    11. part time 281-1870.
    Lakrvllle. Mlohla-an NEW YEARS t-501 for ever 80 years Previous

    YOU a ARE lull HEREBY to forecloee NOTIFIEDkit a Mori- IS THE RIGHT TIME a..--...... .... .............--- 1 .s WOMAN TO lets house for silos experience helpful but '' 3 58 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER
    race nee been filed agalnit you lethe family ef I. No Ironing, must not necessiry, Contact Mr
    above Court by the above TO GET THAT NEW have own tn"s ortatlnn. Clarke, AAA office, 431 E
    tiamed Plaintiff. The property "Hi answer 11*'yes and no'-"no,11 wont marry Will discuss hour, rrfer Merrltt Inland Causeway, Merrill I' 4 Dar Hircttoa, blue and while, pewee ireirinf, pewee
    t* be foreclOMd I. ai (ol- oOAT AND MOTOR!
    *' you, and 'yes.' neatnew counts" nets requested. 27-5411. Island, between 10 a m. y krikei Air c.ndlll,nd. CCOC O

    "P"Lot. twenty-two Section 1. BO 1221.WE 0 Block A R. ROGERS OUTBOARD FULL TIME !housekeeper end 4 p.m., Jan 4 and (. O Wee $"5. 11 Price ...a. ...,..". . yJ/JrN;

    DENS, aa recorded In Plat 1103 Garden St.2674414 must \have own transport'ation.
    1 Book U Pace 84 of the Pub1 For Sale LOST
    For Rent 7-lM3 after 4 p.m.
    1 lie Record of Breverd County,

    i YOU Florida.ARE REQUIRED to file Building & Const. BOY'S 28" Bike. AMF Good NEEDED I!: IMMEDIATELYolder MALE SIAMESE: eat. vicinityof S 60 CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE ?
    " f four Answer with' the Clerk of the lady to" live in end cart line id 1 Estates I Indian
    I I Court the Plaintiff I and dentlali commercial and
    : P. O. Bo* M, Co- re 20 VOLUME SET of Young People's M74&M or M7-1471. 4:30: p.m. Reword.LOST ,4 *'lr CendRbned.

    \ ion Florida not later than Janl modeling. 12 years in Titus-: SLEEPING ROOMS *nd efficiencies Science Encyclopedia". : .. . . $16950
    ear 2.. 19<16. If you fall to do ao, ville. Licensed and bonded.Phone for rent. 801 Orange Never used, 4th level, : WALLET on Oirlxtmu OWs nS. Ill Price ..
    In decree oonfoaao will be grade
    pro enItered AM 72326.
    St. 2673400. Generous reward
    an-ainit you for the relief. $25. 267-1381. MALI HELP WANTiD day. guar-
    lemanded In the Complaint anteed. Contains credit cards
    WITNESS..,. hand and the BusinessAnnouncements STORE SPACR FOR RENT BABY
    CRIB mattress and bum
    and other ContactT. s 63 LARK 4 DOOR SEDAN
    Heal of said Court at BREVARD bassinette TRAFFORD REALTY COM
    I County, this 22nd day oC DecemIfcer NEW STORE building for office pers; ; stroller; pl.ypt'n ANY offers an excellent 0. Smith, 2G7- 2ZS or 2 72242. -

    1M4.Curtle R. Barnee or business. 15 x 80 ft. 287-4062; high, after chair S and p.m.ear 267-7390.seat. career opportunity for lie: address, 1021 Rikvella White, I cyl. Acts. Irani, radio, heater A real
    Heated and
    Clerk of Circuit Court WE CAN answer your dirty alrconditloned. caned Real Estate SalesmenIn Lane sea ....r, Was Slits Sale Price $$1095 1
    Byi V. I. Ipaniltr floor problems! We clean Phone 2676160 2508 S. Hop PIANO FOR SALE, reconditioned their new Titusville office

    j(COURT SEAL Deputy) Clerk floors, walls etc, in stores kins. reasonable, 267-7821. A hard hitting sales program Mobile Homes
    I 1 ... 80, I, U Wed, offices, homes daily weekly 0
    > 21 1H4 Jan. ( ) ; WAREHOUSE FOR RENT plus excellent training with a .
    IJ.M* monthly J. C.:. Janitor. SEWING MACHINE!: repair all professional Realtor or gination TRAILER FOR MINT 61 FALCON 2 DOOR X
    I', lal Service 267-4807. WAREHOUSE suitable for makes. Phone 267-9208, offers in unususl l WAGONC70C

    IlNTHE COUNTY JUDGE'S shop garage or storage. In FURNITURE DISCOUNTSALES. future for qualified salesmen. 1 BEDROOM TRAILER on Old .4 t cyl. ifraie.hr drive, laky blue _
    repro- center of town. See H. II. Please call Harry D. Nelll. Dixie Highwiy call 267.MUT. $ 0
    I COUNTY.MTKB FLORIDA TO HKDITOBS: ) ducea anything photo-exsct Hudson at Star-Advocate. Mattresses offered at Cocoa 6M-3131 for interview O en ton. Was $111. Sale Price .. / 7J X
    IIV'UK- ESTATE: OF and legally acceptable Com' warehouse prices. See us today I BEDROOM trailer, air romlU
    I CORRIE KYZKR plete Secretarial Service. WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER 2111 Garden St. Nldy PLUMBING INSPECTORmust tinned and carpeted, privatelot
    I ICOHRIB All eredltore of the elate of Notary Public Monique Secretirlil construction. Any size up to Shopping Center 287-1733 or be qualified matter adults preferred, 267.(439,
    : KYZER Accented arc 63 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR
    I hereby notified and required to Service 2323 So. 30,000 square feet leave. 267- I 267-lt.M. plumber High School graduate call night or day, g BISCAYNE S
    I fill. .101.... demende which Washington 267-6344. 0564. Industrial have '
    any or or commercial or equal combination --
    thy maY Save e the aid ...Inl.III pace available TWO 241.4554.OLD HORSE. :: trailer, $123. Call of experience and train (CentlnwecTOri; Nest Pee) VI aore. Orcen .ni while. Geed white will
    dhe office of County 'udlloef
    ------ -- $1195
    ,B."ar4 County. ,.1..1.... In Camping Hunting ing. Ability to examine plans I ttr... Was JWJ. Ill Price
    the Court Noun at Tllmvlllo For Sale NEWSPAPERS, suitable and iperficiUoni of plumbIng 0
    Florida, within dx calendar START o
    installations and make Inspections
    __ In packing and moving furniture
    nlhi from the date of the tint FLORIDA CAMPER sales and
    pukJIoatlqn of this notice. Each wrapping fish protecting of new and existing THE
    claim or demand muet be In writ- rentals, winter rate.. 2476 JUST ARRIVED floors and furniture when plumbing. Apply I : D. A. Cov- 60 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR WAGON
    Inn; and muet elate the piece ofreildenco Old Dixie Highway 267-1584. ie gton Administrative Assistant 4
    etc. Big bundle SOe 0
    end' vottofflce addreaeif Truck load of used bedding, painting
    the claimant and must be CITRUS FRUIT AND TREES fIrst come, first serve. Circulation dept. at Star- }2J Palm Avenue Titus- 0 v., eirie. tram lick and while A nice dean "
    to the claimant kle yule Florida.AUTOMOTIVE $$895
    worn by Advocate rear of building.
    mint, or blc ttorner, or It willbecame 267.3565REFRIGERATOR car Was 11495. Sale' Price'
    void eoaordlnt to law EQUIPMENT:
    ;., LUTHER TAYLOR, Parson Browns pink crape- 12 CU FT. BARGAIN HOUSE Operator II drive id 0
    Executor of the Relate ofCoals fruit. South Lake. 2673908. New and Used Furniture and chauffeur
    Kyaer Vece"odJM automatic defrost .llCXha;; CE sell Refrigerators 125 and truck. Must have 0 p4
    }., 23 SO 1M4 Jan. I Wed.) range, $50; rugs license Apply City Hall, 123 58 LINCOLN 4 DOOR
    1.... Child Care dinette set see these .. 1317 up. guaranteed 2510 Hopkins' Palm Avenue.

    wf Indian River Ave., Titusville, Friday Ave. Phone nights until 267-4701.. Opel Jrf Pence II.." "., .t, sendltlwtec' ). Runt and drives t'jIfO
    NOTice FOR 1"011 CHILD CARE or before 11 a m. Thursday Mr.
    QbYRr11ch CAN BE FINANCED O Wl t/tl. 11, Prlc eelJ n
    ealcd bide will be rooelved by week- Andrews.
    the Board of County Commlulonero 2675766. Men And Women NEW YEARWITH
    I uo vntll *:41 o'clock A M, FOAM RUBBER couch and CARPETS '*
    January T. 19M In the Commie.
    I eloner'i 1 Room, at the Court RELIABLE WOMAN WILL do chair $50. 2675671.:
    Houee. In Tltuivllle, Florida, for. babysitting In' my home. ion pct SOl Nylon Neededto A 60 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR WAGON
    Conolruotlcn of the "IMS Ad- References. 267-0288. FENDER BASEMAN amplifier Up to 30 Sq. Yds. 14 0

    OlUone Krevard and Count Renovatlona Courlboute"to the InTltuevlUc piggy bank, like .rkwi Installed with Padding trill is aiilitint managerand NEW CAR O Twruiie with VI, .....r.1i4., ewer itrlnt, wr Me 7\
    Florida For Rent Oak Point Trailer maoagtri In convenient w.1tl'\ ... And birfiln.'
    Tb. project. ooaalatc of the conmotion miles south/ of Titusville on Only $249.95 '* type marketi. Good salary, C70C
    of a new twe itery U.S. 1, next to last trailer on hospital Inaurance, paid va W.I $12" Sale Price .Ienneaee.e.a.. )/ / ) -.
    lrc-reelctant bulldln adjacent! to FOR RENT south I 64 FALCON id
    the cxletln Courthouee. The Bid- cation. Excellent opportunity I
    Floor Sanders RICH CARPETS o ;
    ding' Oocumentn will be available. I r.=enFactory for advancement with ex I
    at en ollar. al the option or Ihorebtlect Phone AM 2 HORSE tandem pandlng chiln. Apply L'lt $pIM V.I. 4 Stood, R t H

    *, Aeeodatea. Hlrchberf, eu* Wa.hln.loa Thompson Paint Outlet room.wheel New van.condition.large Best lack Indian River Plata General Stores, Inc 131 Park I 58 CADILLAC 4 DOOR HARDTOP

    Avenue, Tltuevllle. Fla. and aleoat Baldwin Shopping Center 267-2939 St., Tltuivllle. Fl*. 0
    Iho Clerk' office Courthouee offer. Also saddles and other 2295 o Pull ,.*.', "'lCt." ilr"' Cent.Wn "
    ,Itavlile. Fla. I APARTMENTS FOR RENT tack. Call\ 2674777 after S Help WantedCHILDREN'S $595
    Bid eecurlty In the amount of p.m. I tUt$. Sl' Price .ueuueo .
    five aubmltted with each pronoeal. one bedroom patio apartment.Air AIR COMPRESSOR gun. 24 / CLASSES IBMMACHINE : 64 PONTIAC 0
    The required euocenful" to furnlah Contractor and pay will for be, conditioned i and centralheat i gallon pot 30 ft. note, $123, In charm drama, clothes and)

    .allataclory Performance and I 1304 Palmetto St. near 267.61M. photographic modeling. Suite I tt/P, L ***e, Plus Pat, Air 59 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR WAGON1
    161 Towers 2(7-
    Labor Materialsaymeeta Pirtle Plata Adulu.
    llondc.The Board .."", .. the right toeject 1125 Shopping The Titusville Star- 7771. & I WMie, RAH, ,..., ....rl"', lector air er 0

    any and all hide Advocate 1 ifyou COMPUTER I 3695 O tmieneo1. Wl MM.. Sl' Price SS95 ;11
    All bide to bo marked "Rid for APARTMENT. 2 bedroom,fur in circulation have rental

    114 rourtheuee.Addltlonc. Tltuevllle.* "Renovation I' niihrd. :287-03J4.: in North'' housing, list it in Programming

    Pectmhrr 21.: 1"*4 TWO ROOM furnished apartment flints Are Now FormingFor 63 M. G. B,
    CHAIRMAN JOE lady preferred 1525 HI. Brevard. I The Star-Advocate! Both Dr and Evening 5 60 OLDS 88 4 DOOR P1

    COMMiniONERIBREVARD BOARD OF COUNTY, biicus Street, call 267-9148 after FLORIDA I Mitr, 4 ipieo1, wire wh.*li
    COUNTY I p.m, I I RAN, *>.wr itecrinf, Pewee bakes. Pirr f <095

    FLORIDA. II TECHNICAL 14 .1, .tnclltl-" Scenic. Was $ ",. Sale Price ) 0
    !)ec. ta 30 I Wed ]!M4In FLORIDAN APARTMENTSclose I
    COLLEGE 1695 o X
    In. efficiencies weekly i
    FICTITIOIs NAME monthly) rates, air condition- PLEASE NOTE iI Hat Been Granted An Extra
    compliance with Hauae Rill I 1 ed, 417 Julia Street $150,000 59 VOLVO WAGON
    Nan' 1171. Chapter Number 20M1. 63 FAIRLANE
    Law. of Florida Aota of 1M1 thenadcrelfnel ALL ELECTRIC centrally located I U Tuition Funds from School
    will reamer with the ,, New 0'.... PM. Good. lire.
    Court In Bra adulU only phone 267- Services li Wuhlniton.. U. C "WO' V S Vinyl. Trim
    Clerk of the Circuit $395
    Cord County Florida ipec ran ,, 6781. ADVANCED DEADLINE I to help dnervlflg students 2 W.* f/tl. tile. Price ... .. . .
    CHot of proof of publication of attend college for epoclalued
    thl notice, the following. flclitlouaname MODERN 1 ROOM completely I

    to-wltl which we"Tlluevllle are ....Courier"iHler ...d Inukllaklne furnished $115 month Include. FORCLASSIFIED i Iruiunf.MEN 1795 1
    es all utilities. Call 267 3U7. I 60
    Avo. Tltuevllle.at 2821 11:4::: s CORVAIR 4 DOOR 71

    I that the nnderelined are ike eely 1 BEDROOM. LIVING room WOMENARE 62 FORD I I'u.
    I xraenlime. Intereeted In Mid hue- furnished new refrigerator ADVERTISINGIN i Twe lone kiwi' fceitor, seal. while well tirei.X .
    Dated at Tlt.1l1o "..rld. Ibl.I ideal for t eldr.e.&i NEEDED NOW 4 Or, VI, Air Cwrf. ttfiioM drive Wn IItt,. 11 PfUe .
    fa ear of December A D. Imo month J. W o Gp4
    Walter w. nvlvwterGabriel 267-133,

    I Pen. 2a, le. 1M4.H. Jan.Blum'atkal t. U (Wed I I DUPLEX FOR RENT TO 1295 I 60 PONTIAC CATALINA I
    1IIL! Monday, January 4th Paper j $200.00 2

    i 3 decorated ROOM FURNISHED apartment,, adult newly. DEADLINE: 1 P.M., ThUrs D'd With la prX The.8tiil rieM Incomes nt 61 PLYMOUTH ; 4 *>. Kiel., "hats r, white w.1.Ir.\ .*, ooocr etrlr>fl, X

    DZADLTNR Publication for.... Wed.Bar Before *- I :287-5244./ : IBM COMPUTERS I pewee brake. Air Cono* c. A....) .U4 $895

    Frt. 11 A.M. "b re WOP i FURNISHED J BEDROOM, 1 DATA PROCESSING V.ll.r* 1 or, M.T. SI.. RAH 2 ear, Was im. Isle Prlee O

    FubUeaUen elettrie kitchen tile b.ttI.I I PROGRAMMING o X
    t eentn per word adults only SUO. phone 270748 I III E..... af
    MII\..... Charge MM or 2(7 6654.HOUSES HELPWANTEDRESTAURANT 695 ,
    Csoept: Cei.kHabod AtceuaUCUMtOed 59 CHEVROLET Whrte with red trim, ftiH, 4 aocod. A.!.." '
    DLpleEat.. BEDROOM S$1695
    Mce car, W. tale P'l..
    Available. en Reciwct ta month adults only, iBforvitio) a ad Catalogue I i I2Of'
    per **" I Dr, Avf. RAH
    The tar-Advoraie saws I 2(71623. FLORIDATECHNICAL id 0o
    u. privUecc of rrvtolot or ran

    .(looms kick tt car decau advwtieamect obtecUcneblc OFFICE FOR RENT & LOUNGE i 58 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR Tt
    $495 I
    aid any to change advortleeearat the claeetfleailenjof trein that LOCATION t LOCATIO4LOCATIO4 COLLEGE

    slat to oomfomi to the .olbc i iI 7404 N. Atlantic Ave. M .,....., I *,/.. evromirl tr ".. GeM tires
    of thle Mner.The OFFICE space. corner of US I WAITRESSES $$395
    O Wai SM. Isis Pride.
    .. tiar-Advocato wffl tbeoano net No. 1 at Harrsoa. adtarent to Cape Canaveral Florida 0

    raoponolblo toeorrwt racertlen eaorc nor wtHn Arrow Realty Call 2677937 I icorloMocI for Mfh clan oo.f*.io.., 783-5575 "C""Irel I T7
    no liable for error I* '
    ear ... :
    ad->cith>antent to a meter ea On U S t, prima locaUoe, can, s*f, awrmanen*. ,"' 14.'.
    toM ben too coot of tile niece 2(7..... 5 60 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR
    by tko rMd ta thendv.Rl.ent. TWO BARTENDERS: -"j.-- I .4........ I 0

    U Dennrlm.ntal. I ROOMS FOR RENT ; I **,!., ..,.1.... *> '
    lit Dtol Hooklno SST-4T11 AT*. 'iiJ IN-private bone-;erratfemai. liswrkomool .hi Meh cleu tot r>t*. Hdi; ; J ;: D..Iet' II I X A OK car Wi HIM. tele. 'r(Ice $$895
    :r ;
    nrnco Hence ..o* to SJ* breakfatt sad # o.! ---
    Mc4Un Aadrtoo. Drawer A Once atailabkt 707I'P*. CONTACT MIL CHARLES ZELENKOIMPERIAL 0Tt

    TKooTlU*. do. YOUNG MAN wB abate !.1: i !!Jj McCotter I OPEN S TILe 81

    home wttt refine grate ; } o

    Special 1 Notice nan. !W one ..*o drinks, 247.tos : 1r'j" I Iil *!!
    fwr I pit I .11 1 : I : qU 5UL Chevrolet

    TeleptoM Day 1573401PRgM e o FUH.STSH Oatlrnao. nJleb ROOM** FOR Bnoikce. 1 TOWERS LOUNGE : : : : .! f Ford !o

    1071314ALCoHouC3 ., >1S per week W-4JM VIED CAB DEPARTKLVT: 2

    It ya i WOOS to drlak. shays you WicMneXo A _
    IWU. U TB waS to stop, TA>D MAID ten .cc III i : ; 3 t. j AM ;.w/ j r OK OK OK OK OK OK OK
    ttal't .*. .IlaaMN.7ti if Naealagloa Anue. ?

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    '' Page 1) Titusvllle (Plerlda' ), Star-Advecare. Wednesday, December 30, W4


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

    a. (Continued rom preceding page)
    Real Estate Services Used Cars & Trucks ''I III III
    : Mobile Homes I BUILDERS LET US
    56: PONTIAC. 4 door Star Chief,
    scientific break through WANTED JUST
    2 BEDROOM, 50 x 10, 63 Trot in auto poll hce. Unlike I WILL. accept in trade on any i HOMEIN
    S wood. $300 equity. $69.09 COUNTRY CLUB Heights 3 anything you have used 19 car boats radios TV'.. "FOREST HILLSESTATES" I BEAUTIFUL
    a monthly 267-2169 after 6:30: ( bedroom, 2 baths, large living min. to wash, clean & Runs, tools, furniture or anything
    a p.m. room central heat air glass coat your car, appliances of value. Browning FOREST HILLScall LEFT IN BEAUTIFUL
    *" conditioning carpets, drapes, etc. Contains no oil Auto Sales 405 J Hopkins 2671520. -
    1 ; ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL free washer and dryer. Price or wax. For info call 267- JUST A FEW LOIS' today i
    1965 SKYLINE 47' x 10' $21.200 mortgage balance 5841SETTLES LEFTI!
    J 2 Br. Sale Price .. $3399 19200. Down payment $2,000 58 CADILLAC. Coupe deVille, I HAWKINSCONSTRUCTION Forest Hills
    1965 NASHUA SO' X 10' FHA. No Qualifying. Call J. ROOFING. Com- very clean. $695. 267-9867. CHAS. JANNARONITltuavllle : :

    Early American I S399J W. Childre 2675563.: plots Roofing and Remodel. 1963 V-I 00, 4 DOOR Valiant, Shopping Center I CO.
    U USED TRAILERS log Service. 1004 Fine Street. standard transmission, ex AM 7.3441Imi i 267.2061 M
    EDGEWATER 3 BEDROOM Phone 267.34 5. rrrw
    1964 YELLOWSTONE 27' X I', cellent condition Chrysler,
    frame home, Fireplace. Woodfloors.
    1 Bedroom. executive car, price is $1,050.:
    Close In. 8900. Used Cars & Trucks
    S 1959 MARLETTE 36' X 1', 2 Br. 2677607.
    NASHUA 30' x a'. 1 Br. Terms. Park Avenue Realty,
    SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 103 E. Park Avenue Edge- '60 DODGE $29 equity and assume Wanted To LUXURIOUS
    EASY TERMS water. payments $29 monthly. 3-4 BEDROOM
    HOMES SALES old Colonial, 1700 sq. ft., 7 '54 PLYMOUTH WAGON. Best 267.0776. ON LARGE
    1224 N. U. S. 1 large rooms, built in 2 full offer. Call 2676777 after :5 I WOODED LOTS.
    Tltuiville 267-3081 ceramic tile baths fireplace, p.m. 1 18 TO 20 FOLDING chairs preferably SERENa SUBURBAN From 3 Quality Built Homes -
    North of Overpsss double carporte, paved drive. cushion scats, 267-7771. m ONlY MINUTES
    way, central oil heat and air, 1963 CORVAIR MONZA. air. TO NASA CAUSEWAY. Loaded With Extract!
    MOBILE HOME OWNERS convenient to schools, shop conditioned: radio automatic USED AUTOMOBILES City SHOPPING CENTER
    ping landscaped, near NASA transmission, 180UO miles, I Auto Parts. AM 7-3683.: AND AU SCHOOLS.
    Causeway Owner transfer $1790. phone 267-6201 or call I GOOD USED standard keyboard IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYSEE
    LIVE RENT ring. Ph. 267.2372. Tltusville.mUSVlLLE 267 6805. I portable typewriter

    GARDENDALE, 1963 PLYMOUTH FURY clean I 267-0338. THEM TODAY!
    3 bedroom 2 bath, patio, double as new. Power steering auto t.f
    FREE! carporte, screened porch, matic transmission, good I Work WantedWILL
    built-in l range, oven, forced double Eagle tires, radio,
    heat. No qualifying. $800 down heater. Must see to appre I DO ironing In my home
    call 2677168. See 33 ciate. Call 267-0336 after 8 I pick up and delivery U pre CO. d'
    $20 down payment and $20 a Azalea owner Avenue. p.m. or anytime Sat. & Sun. ferred. 1039 Alford Street. F FISHER I Phone 267-0564
    :month will buy your own full Lakeriew Ilills. .HaMaRutIf.I'
    acre mobile home lot at beau. air, 1964 4 WHEEL drive. Chevy Vi .
    4 LARGE bedrooms, forced ok parquet flow-
    tiful Lake Louise Eitatea. Become ton trans WHITE WOMAN will do IronIng I
    all GE equipment FHA S18,- uri.CO wills e rpetedIMeg
    your own landlord. Many 700, $600 down. 2613:164.BRIARWOOD : mission. miles $2390.Phone in my home Indian River I .. leowe
    families now reside here. Don'tbULA 267-6201 or 2676895. _City_ area, 267-1591. OH Heat
    for yourself. .
    KErIAUISEice ESTATESon Estate size grass carpeted, .PIa.CHyWotoriSwMfl...... Walls
    Route 50 Bithlo. Fla., tree studded lots, 3, 4 and 5
    15 miles east of Orlando bedroom bones, electric kitchens ROYAL COLONIAL from
    Phone Orlando 5612761 central heat and air,
    GARDEN $13,950
    OR CHRISTMAS PARK some ready for occupancy or APARTMENTS
    Route No. SO, Christmas, Florida choose your lot and plans. No "Welcome to Gracious Living"These
    Phone: 868-2011 qualifying no closing cost $75 %
    conventional convenientto I 0. i

    Moving & StorageLOCAL but out of sight and Parochialand noise elegance Luxury,one. bedroom with Individually apartment controlled of spacious air conditioning casual VANOTHINGDOWNFHAS500DOWN

    of super-highway. / and heating Deluxe baths, electric kitchens
    AND LONG distance public school buies. 1. automatic defrosting refrigerators TV and The finest, moil desirable endmost
    moveri. Moving storage, mile north of Titusvllle, LaGrange telephone outlets I sound proof off treet parkingspacious modern apartment build.
    off Old Dixie (N.Cfasin,CJ
    packing shipping cold fur area, landscaped private grounds and many ing in the Nova Moon Base -
    storage, crating. Free esti Highway.CALL other features Cap Kennedy arts Pool
    mates. 267-3341. Brevard NOW AVAILABLE SUCH A Sundeck a> Individual al,.
    Hldgeway Mayflower. OWN YOUR OWN S' CIOU$ HOME OR USS conditioning e n d heatingPrivate .
    MOVE IMMEDIATELY into 2. screened terraces all l
    Position Wanted 3, or 4 bedroom homes, brand W. J. SMITH Realtor PHONE 2673111"North : LUXURY bedroom apartmtntt 0 Chil
    new in area of much higher dress Playground a) Laundry
    REGISTERED REAL ESTATE priced homes. Small down .nd storage each floor a)
    broker with aeveral years payment and only $85 month. ESTATES Restaurant, cocktail lounge,
    experience, male wishes ly total payment. VA no downpaympnt. FOR SOLITTLE coffee shop, hopping tread
    In North .
    connection BRENTWOOD ESTATES
    1I0u e" and Brevird'i Oldest Rill ) Meeting and Party Room .
    "Open Service"a
    keeping west Garden St.. and Shuffle-
    en Crttn
    salary preferably for build. NO MONIT DOWN e NO ClOSINfJ com TOVA. ) Putting
    er or developer. Box A12, TERRIFIC BUY In Whispering & NEW HOMES rUKCHASIU e MINIMUM PM* HUMS board.
    Star Advocate. Lakes, bedroom 2 full the
    baths, large utility, double anCnu' iu fe4Wlloulh DESIGNED Newest, moil modem development .h .
    Real EstateWATERFRONT carport, newly decorated r the eroal(Atnt luxury at the prlctl
    vanities, built in refrigerator FOR BETTER Masonry,with brick fronts e big land- FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
    120 ft. on both 91 x 120 ft lot $500 down $107 seeped' yards Colonial aluminum
    aides US 1 In Tltuavllle. Good per month Includes taxes and ydpg?? DYING windows I tilt baths with full color Studio. 1 8c 2 Bedroom Rental Apartments
    Insurance. Abbott Ave. Nadunpeii AM 9.1011 fixtures ttrrouo floors e ipadous
    d on property 450 Unfurnished
    2 from $100 monthly
    :d'nlooaT'r clouts with louvered den e double
    for office Evenings or weekends 267-3737
    with 1
    sliding glass door Models Now Open For Inspection
    overlooking yardbuliMn
    building or apartment onweal. If are WITHOUT TRANSPORTATION
    aide. RI rights' 1 3 BEDROOM W BATH, fully you 9 AND 4 BftS. TV jack a Hit' window tllli a ImmeilUte occupancy
    with extended bulkhead line .. carpeted, newly painted.l call for one of our staff to conduct a tour of the 1,1K,2H lATHS utility room a 40-gallon wattr healerCENTRAL 1tt+i6tit

    on east 627-7037 aide, Call Titusvllle Arrow, Real.tr flor- :::I ttXlmoo Indian down, $8 River.51) Titusville area. We can probably find the .end MOREl HEAT! a concrttt eVtvtwaye

    Ida. Brokers Invited. anti t 272e521naur home that exactly fits your family and C IMPERIAL TOWERS
    included. your $11,500-$1 4,050 Beautiful klteh."" lulIMn/ Tappan U
    ACR1A01 FOR lALl" budget .oI'.hIt' klsh, ., CA? range with hood txhauit, Double _m se.
    Services Oaraewuhe. sinks. Formica cablnttil
    HALF MILE on a clear spring-
    fed creek, paved road near
    Interstate 4, beautiful high VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRSAU & & W"Jleacl !) ei a. w eve t cams'=
    ridge land mostly cleared Makes Phone 267.7380 'JateOllwa'l "".
    A rare offering and a good MODELS OPEN FROM $77 MONTHLY

    Investment. ISO acres at $775 FREEI I REALTORSINSURORS Including principle I Interest, taxes, WJ1 imHIN&TON AYt IITUSVIUl fll PH, 21 I1H
    per acre long terms. T. W. L. P. BOTTLED GAS Insurance noutt end lot

    Mcro.for Broker.appointment.Sanford 32224S1 INSTALLATIONISuburban Dial AM 7.2011Day, Night or Holidays

    u. S. 1 N. 21)7-6411)
    plenty of road frontage water 2019 "NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY"
    available. Sensibly
    and sewer ENVELOPES fiuxiness Sixes,
    priced to allow details margin call II for malhnf. Full stock: at ISO A. IVi milts on good County Rd. Very close t. Titvsvillt-
    Arrow for profit Realty For 267-7037. Titus- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESRESTAURANT Slar-Advocale. N. SINGUTON( A VI.,TITUSVIIII, riA,i,... 767-4146 Cocoa Airptrt. Plenty of potential here, and: the price Is
    vine. Florida. right. AM or part. $1200 par tcrt. Terms

    GROVI FOR SALI 120 A. 1320 ft. on hwy. SO near Christmas |lust Eat of 520tvtrptis.

    75 ACRES Grove 0 32 balance serfs presentlyIn la good BAR PACKAGE "fiftS' ::::: Stop and See the Advantages of 11** down.. Right In the middle of prtgrtia. $850 per' acre-

    high land, priced at only ness now, can be doubled If right man runs It. Owner Is 10 charming acres and home, close )In Mimi an State Hwy.,
    Brevards best acrtagt In area and conveniently locattd. Suing
    $2,000 per
    finest location for tree count retiring. Lake Front EstatesTITUSVillE'S Is believing Just $20,000 eictlltnt ttrms.
    and production record Tituavllle. 40 wooded acres, nice pint, p.lm and ok, the owner has
    267 6938. -
    Realty -
    Florida. never seen this, or the price would go up. 1320 M fronting
    on Hwy. 46, net far from 195. Cash talks for $1050 per
    1,000 foot building. Sale or least. NEWEST COMMUNITY
    NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 tile batha : Icr.

    and electric and utility conditioning range room.centralheat 13,400.carport. $900 DRIVE IN NOVELTIES XSSZ: ::' I 'I&: : OF EASY-LIVING HOMES 30 on trtntagt A.this.Joins tn 405.Royal Slightly Oaks Sub.aver S50"Invtstors per front Partdltt"ft. Bttttr 2iOO hurry ft.

    down and move in. Phone I
    Spsnjler Investments, 2671821. te right party.LOCATION. 9 choice acre In North End. 450 ft. on good road. Cots

    3 \l/2 through and 225 ft. on another rood, near U.S. No. 1. Just
    HOUSES FOR SAL FOR NURSERY YTSquarters :: BEDROOM with BATHS $12,000 now.

    en largo lot. Loan tr ..I.. i S A. met sandy pint tract on good ,..eI. Build to suit your.
    I BEDROOM 1 BATH Large to Look ahtad. $11,000 29' down.

    trees.fenced $695 back down.yard with W7 ahade per ESTABLISHED FLORIST GHome.: Ideal a:;: PRICED AT $13 750 LOW DOWN 2 A. earner tn good road. No rtitrictions. SM50-10S dawn

    month. 2675332. JUST PAYMENT 1 Acre tracts lust few left $3000 low down.
    tor Couple.' ,
    SJ residential lot subdivision: platted, struts and contract -
    Home tmpro..emlnlSPECIALIST. Long Istabllihtd Owner Is retiring. H tor water In "Red Hot" location Buildtrs can start
    FEED STORE Will sell It I...,. building tn this new Just $2.000 per lot. Will aubordmttt./

    I Check These MODEL 1 ITUSVILLE, 2W a \W\ Deep residential lot In Min. $6000-% down

    REMODEL PAINT STORE AND PlUMBINOr., :: OPEN 1 Irt BR-BP MI front... en Magne, Hopkins Garden
    or Quality DAILY U.s. N.. 1. Rave several! met Gas Sta. Sites.h"f' .
    SIM.MO e Y.'". Owner has ether builnesies. U4tu'
    REPAIR I a.m. to 8 p.>n. :. ,. CLue 1 Acre a block North lnd $11,000--$1,000 down NO

    or MOTELS I! all ." U. S. highway Ne. 1 fr..t.... (, e'f/ New J and 4 W. rill. "Mmes, T.rr... flare built In klkh.n,
    EXTERIOR unite. central .teat. City water Ie
    Range and Oven 0 aowerage paved streets
    LARGE or SMALL FOR OTHER INVESTMENTSCONSULT in Colors Q-: .1' a aiM .IIIa. USO t. 5400 dawn

    WE APPRECIATE WITH Mica Covered Cabinets IK FRONT 1'1. New moari r"III hemea for rent with eptien t. buy.

    THEM ALL! White Terrazzo Floors : 'I U Uti.

    HARRIS REALTY INC. Ducted Central Heat ESTATES I We iflYlle your Immediate Inquiry Call anytime.
    Just Call 147.ZtSIAfter II Full Tile Baths In Colon I II
    I 4 p.m. Plnd-Drive Sodded Lawn -+
    I REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS I Landscaped (DIAL LOCATION: I Ray (arpenfer Really
    or LEN RANDELP.O. Drive Out Whispering Hills Read (Route
    i *JO North Dial. Highway PhoneIndian 267.0415 I Plastered Walls and CeilingsCity 401) |just Sturti W the Country Club." Joe Johnson Auoc.
    Its 1204 TituavilleDEPENDABLE Water
    Office Ph.
    Florida ,711 26T-6813 Home 267.3917
    Phone ,67
    River City
    Located Between 2 Colt Courses -
    I US N,!. 1 and Bermuda St

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    PAYMENT &aufi// t $15,000 TO $19,000

    A Community Of Fine Homes In I Titusville HTSb Several $6s.o Large HOlDra LOTS ffltriMI FOR SALE too 11D/.q.. It min4 my

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







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    Stockholders To News Mrs. Cornwall's

    Meet Jan. 12 .1 Digest U.I.VIet Nam Mother DiesMrs. CUTTER DRUG 7 BORDEN ICE S

    The annual meeting of stockholders Government forces battle VietCong Cora RIngle'( 88 who
    of Citizens Bank of TI. in an effort to drive the made her home here with her ) CREAMFabulous
    tusville will be held at the bank, Communlts! from a district cap' daughter Mrs. Ray Cornwall.
    'If.t.South Riverside Dr. onmtesaay Ital 40 miles east of Saigon.Sen. Titusville Trailer Park, passed
    f Jan. 12th. The meetttfwiU Richard B. Russell says away this morning after a Flavor!
    be held in the bank"s; he wants a reevaluation of the short Illness. She entered Jess
    assembly room, at 3 p.m. U.S. position In South Viet Nam., Parrish Memorial Hospital here YOUR WALGREEN AGENCY C
    rtthe official announcement Senate armed Services Com Monday afternoon. 79

    KStes that a board of directors mitten which he heads will examine Funeral services will be held
    Witt be elected to serve In 1965, the Viet Nam and Congo at the Smith Funeral Home at 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU!
    BM action will be consideredtill" situations.
    Interment following
    2 p.m. Saturday,
    proposed amendment to inmase .
    International at LaGrange Cemetery.Mrs.
    the bank's capital stock An American specialist predicts RIngle lived In Pitts- Big Apple Plaza Titusville
    by of stock dividend.
    payment a of her life
    that final breakthroughstoward burgh, Pa. most ,
    Tt¬ice of the meeting was cancer control will be moving to Titusville 13 years Magnolia Aye. I.R.C.
    Issued by James D. Mackey,
    14Ee president and cashier. achieved "quicker than we'll ago.
    :a. ... get to the moon." Besides her daughter, Mrs. ALCOHOL !

    J U.N. General Assembly is Esther Cornwall of Titusville, ,
    .mily Returns; making another try to finish 1U she leaves another daughter,
    Surprise Teenagers 1964 business without a show Mrs. Loretta Noullet of Pittsburgh Isopropyl Rubbing C CHRISTMASTREETRIM
    .... down over the Soviet vote.
    1M. a sister, Mrs. Andrew Compound. Savel 17
    "four teenagers, two boys and WMhlrtften Zimber of Titusville Penna., a MURINE DROPSREGULAR
    two girls were chased away he granddaughter, Mrs. Cora
    Hubert H, Humphrey says 29 Pint .
    from the home of Mr. and Mrs. recommendations for Jeanne While and a great
    P-D. Smith last week after the plans no I Limit I
    Karen While
    when he granddaughter, 43c
    legislation reports
    new And
    !l11tth', returned home from a both of Pittsburgh. f 59e SIZE
    to President Johnson on pro
    brief vacation. .1 posals to coordinate the adminis
    '":the teenagers, believed to be tration's civil rights efforts. TUMS GIFT WRAP Gillette
    |bput 15 years old, apparently Reports circulate that President Jesse Thomas DeodorantC
    used the house for a ", u gar Johnson will name former Right Guard ars
    Itrack", were looking out a window Gov. Buford Ellington of Ten &
    of the house when the nessee as secretary or under. Dies MondayJesse for gas 1 Size4or.. OO
    Smith couple drove their auto- secretary of agriculture.A heartburn 3F29c % OFF

    toe-bile Into the driveway ol Federal District court or. Thomas, 61, a long-time Dristan Tablets
    their Tropic St home. ders a halt to a strike against resident of Titusville died Mon. 1 2c Ron

    According to the Tltusvillo Po- the Southern Railroad by tho day morning, Dec. 28, 1964, at Limit 3 Decongestant 24's.
    Bctt Department, the young- firemen's union.President Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital. 87C
    e era fled across the yard and Johnson gives top He resided at 1002 First 45c .98 Size_
    beaded toward Garden Street priority on his schedule to his 110 BARS BOX
    Crtlth! chased the youths for State of the Union message and Ave.He Vicks Formula 44
    several blocks but could not I the federal budget. Is survived by his widow,

    fetch them An estimated 30 to 40 members Rosa Thomas; two daughters, WOODBURY OTE/X Cough Mixture, 3'/ -ounce. ) Q(J
    .. The beds had been slept In, I appear to hold the balanceof Elizabeth Watts and Dorena I
    tigbrette butts were found power In the House Republican Thomas; a sister, Rosa Ervin; 98 Size ,... __.__.

    throughout the house, and some leadership fight. and seven grandchildren. SOAP Regular, Super, Miss Deb a 4

    tleQiing was left behind !In the National Funeral services will be held rt.F Sucrets Lozenges

    hurry to escape Western flood recovery work Sunday, Jan. I, 1965, at 2 p.m. BOX OF .
    Vim at Greater Bethlehem Baptist 3 39c Forsoreraspythroat.
    continues as 15,000 homeless 24C 45Cs
    "l'HAPPY Families and hundreds of stricken Church, Titusville with R 12Umit3 s You. Pack of 24.Pertussin.._ .
    farms and businesses start Thompson Funeral Home of
    .... BIRTHDAY comebacks after the l-billion Daytona Beach In charge of ar-
    disaster rangements. Limit2 Spray
    :1 Thursday, Dc.mbtr 11 jEH69,0
    Room Vaporizer.5-oz.
    B. I. Rlcardpias. Belks To Be Closed
    : B. O'Conner Haney'sMother 1.19 Size_,_._._.
    Mrs. Frank Swart Thursday, Friday FKODACOLOR
    'Gerald Austin
    '-Alta A. Lambert Belk-Llndsey Store in Titus DiesMrs. ROIL Color film fa print,. Daylight rlosh. P4*. U7or620ii:
    "John; C. Garry, Sr. ville Shopping Center here will Happy New Year To AllElectric
    Bill Lee.Patricia be t closed Thursday for year-end Minnie J. Mann, 84, - -
    Ann Lee Inventory and on New Year's mother of Mrs. T. Paul Haney 2Sc Six. _
    ''"tools LIndsey Day. The store will re open Saturday of Titusville, died at 5a.m. ?' v

    ".Mrs E. C. Palmer Tuesday at Jackson, Miss. wr wwr *31 CITRATEOF
    Jcott Shasteen Dr. Haney, who Is director of : ; / ttle--e.t fREEJI'
    INSTALLATIONIndian Tf 8t1p,1 r (
    the Brevard County Health Department .
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    Friday, January 1
    River Lodge No. 90, and Mrs. Haney returned 7 e MAG.
    Danny Levitt F. and A.M. will hold Its an only Monday from a visIt -
    Rosalyn Cantrell nual public Installation of officers with Mrs. Mann, who suffered
    -Mrs. Lee E. Buckley at the Masonic Temple a heart attack.

    Ificba StrasbaugliMirns\ tonight at 7:30: o'clock.News. Mrs. Haney flew back to Alarm 13C VitaminSuIe

    Jackson yesterday. Mad by Ingraham.
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    : Survivors are two sons, Jack C0i 99
    I K. Mann and W Murrell Mannof REG. 3.30Guarantttd 2 47e Sli + t

    Jackson, and two daughters, k
    i Mrs. L. L. Sanders of Little VICKSNOSE = REG
    fly Mrs Gin McUndon School Class and the ).fen'. Rock, Ark., and Mrs. Haney 2 Yean ,,
    2(7-1241 Bible Class of the Mlms Methodist Funeral services were held at JyAYTIMAL a'm ., AYnyi,(JR l S5 aiw" f

    Special Servlct Church held their annual 10 a m. today in Jackson.IN Ma'. FR
    'A special service win beheld Christmas Party Jointly In the EACH
    Wednesday evening Dec. New Hall of the Educational $359 DOOR
    XL at the Mims Methodist Building, on Saturday evening, NINTH JUDICIAL C1RCUIT DROPS
    Dec. 18.The IN AND roK HKKVAKD SUPER
    Church with Dr. William S. (COUNTY FLORIDACHANCERY d
    Hughlett. former physcian offma party began with t delicious NO 2IM3 .
    as guest speaker. turkey dinner, after AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OFTITUSV1LLK 33cMULTI jl jl49c
    n>r. Hughlett and his wife, which the group was entertain. Plaintiff, VITAMINS GERIATRIC
    \Vie! former Violet Lackard, also ed with delightful and humorous va- Whit or natural
    tJbxoa: have served In the games led by Mrs. Bernard TAMER H. .TILLIION flTIU.lllt1N, III. wore and. .l NANCY.1. 'wood from.A buy! REG. $2.49 EACH FORMULA
    Health and Teaching Ministry Roberts, chairman of enter Def.ndanla.NoTtrR VaL
    in the Congo/ the past 30 years, talnment. NOTICM OF!I. baby rl.KHH'N.IY.HAI.lt. that: '14x50" Framed
    h'the: Medical work for the t.be ud.r.lanad. .. Clark of lb.ahoy. FREEZONE45cVaL 2 Bottles '49 2 BOTTLES C49 151
    The climax of the party was
    Methodist Church .Iyl.d.Court. under and 101' of Oo of
    Final D 4 100
    surprise visit from "Santa virtu ot lh Summary o.
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    Following the evenlnst<< service of foraolnaura haretoforaanlarail
    Claus". A a reception will he held for theUttghletts 267HILL
    tmndlnaIn the Circuit Court oflb.
    each of the
    In the EducationalfUU. guests present.However Ninth Judicial' Circuit of 34c
    one beautiful pack : Florida In.nd fnr llrovtrcl.
    thereby giving all In attendance County. In Chnnmrr. b.lna Chan.rare
    a chance to meet Dr. age remained In Santa's care. ('.. No. 1>>4:18.: In which
    After some suspense, this gift I Pint Fadnrnl, Ka.rln.a and Loan ( ORANGE REG. N
    HiiRhMt and his wife
    Aaioclatlon of TlUlivllla. I. Dlaln '
    was presented to the teacherof and .. million and NanclH a
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    the class, Mrs. L. L Cantrell. tlllaon.. hU wlfa. art datand ROSE K FLAVORED x3.69 ; AL
    akin on Missions Mrs. Arthur .alai a. Clerk a.uuinl.d by lb. I a
    MUler Jr., and Mrs. L L Cant.tell tents When to opened be a she very found fine Its Bible con Court b.. vlrlua 11 la add of tba dacrna.,,".m.under tharaof and SUCRETS Chewable EACH .p.pt
    made all arrangements will offar for ula and ..11 at HAND LOTION
    tot: this service, assisted the Commentary a gift from her fubllo oulorr to tha.. hKhaal and
    by ...
    baat blddar for at tba But
    ladks of the W.S.C.S. In plan. cla s.The. door of tha Court Houaa of Hra. fail and fabuloui way to nx>th., C
    W1 the rocelptlon. hall was artistically decorated of yard TltuavlllK.Counly. on rinrtda.tha tall In.tha day<4:11.ofJanuary often, & .moiitufii your hondil 33c VITAMIN AYTINAL
    ___ i in the Christmas motif. 1W& at 11:1111: o'clockA
    """ tj Several M., tha aam. bcln a I.al ..,.. 1.58 Twin Pak 119
    cameras were dirkingand 250 mg,
    25Hi Annlvernry day and a 1..1 bour or .. ., I". TABLETS, Vitamins & Minerals
    Mr. and Mrs. JuUan R. Katsjtr.celrbrated there will be pictures for following daaiirlbMl property ..11U.I. -
    ., tying and b.ln. In Jlravard I Each
    future reminiscing. 6-ounce Bottles 1.98
    : their 25th annl- Counly. Florid IF WE Reg.
    rrsary last Saturday, Dec. Those attending were Mr. All of Lot f and I". North M.
    fed of Lot 4. Him* 4. HOT.OAINVI1 4 98OF .
    m."Moving. and Mrs. E. A. Duff, Mr. and .LEA: PARK .l'B. ARE NOT BOTTLES Softies
    to Mlms. Ihl'yarrlwd Mrs. Bernard Roberts, Mr. and DIVISION nix rdln. In to Plat tha PERFECTIONHAND 2 100 J. 2 369
    Pint thaiwf. raooMvd
    ..nec. 29, 1939 and here they Mrs. Grover Wright, Mr. and Bonk 10 Pa.. .. Public R_ FILLINGYOUR 100 .: t.'
    have made their home. Mrs. Brenton Kelsler, Mr. and ord. of Vravard County,
    ..A. host of friends and rclItjyes Mrs. A. A. Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Tb. add oro5.rto' aa afor..ai&leath.r CREAM 6139 o f1 21139 I
    tha tantmanu.haradltamanta $ I
    visited with the Kaisers; Charles F Smith, Mr. and with nil
    wing the day. They received Mrs. W. S. Austin, Mr. and h...lnn.ln.,nppurtanancaalharaunto or In any Costly formula of pwiowi c imtt>
    many beautiful and lovely Mrs. L L. Cantrtll, Rev. and WIN. apporlalnlnf.laid dacnw.Patad bain* laid toaatlafv k oilij smooth, soften & protect PRESCRIP.

    gifts In honor of the occasion. Mrs. Sanford Mayo, Mrs. Courtney this M day of Pacambar w eampd4e"' + N
    IIt.town guests were: Mr. Porter, Mrs. Julian Kaiser, 1M4. crRTIi M. flARNK" : Clark SPECIAL! |29 TIONS REGULAR ;
    \ and Mrs. Melvin Adams and Mrs. Ellen Meeks. Mrs. J. Circuit Court Br.yard :' .FORMULA ;2.79
    Ml; Jerry; a son and daughter-/: Mills Mrs. J. M. Taylor. Count By Mary Florid..... t..... 16 Ounces I YOU ARE '" POTENCY
    "' .Iaw, Lawson and Elaine J. W, Edwin, Mrs. Mrs'j ixputi CINbcot's C PRICE EACH
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    Kaffcer. all of West Columbia Price and Mrs Esther I>. III (Wad> 1.... LOSINGMONEY -
    S.C.; K. D. Warner of Florence,

    S.C., Mr. and Mrs. L I. Warner $2!! REGULAR Chewable
    and Mrs. Iva Crapps, of
    Gilbert S.C. LET US $6.95 EACH

    '........1..1..Mr. ,I n w? rt CORYGLASS $, PROVE IT! OLAVITE-M Militi4itamins

    and Mrs. L I. Warner
    Gilbert., S.C., parents of Mrs.
    Julian Kaiser, celebrated their Vitamins & Minerals
    JJtU wedding anniversary on Coffee Brewer BomES
    Dee. 22, the same day theirdaughter FRt 2 OF 100 279

    and son-in-law celebrated 41 For holy dvKcloM co""l" PRESCRIPTION t BOTTLES >-
    their 25th anniversary
    4T08 Pgoo DELIVERY OF 100.. + '
    of the L. L.
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    Charles 8.1 Gw iebea. Jr., and n y
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