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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: November 27, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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84th Year-No. 143 22 Paces Today TitusviUc. Florida, Friday November :7. 1964 w 0er Copy Published Mondays, Wednesdays andMars Fridayi

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y" Man In Hospital \4, t "; ri Spacecraft today forced poet.

.,f .. : ponement of an attempt to
launch Mariner 4 to Man to
aaalI toast Erwin Summerrow, M, I
take pictures and probe scientific
of Titusville Is reported in satIsfactory .
condition at Orlando'sOrange :' 1tG1th
The National Aeronautics and
Memorial Hospital following
1.. Space Administration described
injuries received Wed- I I If'
the trouble as an apparent temporary -
nesday night in a one car accident d
u j drop In signal strength
Avenue, west
on Coquina in the spacecraft receiving 1)10ttm.
of the FEC railroad tracks in
A statement said It appeared .
'. a 44. ', South Titusville. dr \ to be associated with
.I I" ttttr t Summerrow, manager of theFldt'1ty \ .
ground rather
tYmltrhr ip i i support equipment
Company "
Storage '
e \ than with the payload.
head and facial injuries, -
\ .r, I'Ii' The launching was rescheduled
to Dr. Frank Helling-
according !
( Saturday in a period between
er of Orange Memorial He was }; 9.22; a,m. and 12:32: p,m.
first taken to Jess Parrlsh Memorial 1Lj! EST.If .
Hospital then transferred
to Memorial Smith \, successful the unmanned
Orange rW '
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Ambulance Service. \ I .ij .. \ craft will skim within 1,800miles
\ of Mars and radio to
to Titusville Police ,
According ,
Chief W T. Brown, Summerrow, 1'J. \ t. .,;1' ..' earth the first clone: up information
apparently had either a heart : ; \ I' ./ I : ever obtained from the

1P1. ;.l'i (J! .Jl iiJ..j: i. UiA\J1 attack or a stroke, causing the ." .., _.., \ ', "" "t '1t 1\\ planet Many astronomers believe
accident: However hospital officials .I t )t1 :,( "., I J" II that I basic form of lift
WRECK The acci ditlon is satisfactory. L E. Summerow 4 4< >" ; :- -
WEDNESDAY such exists
( in Orlando would not verify .. t as vegetation there.
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dent 'pictured above cent one man to suffered facial injuries,-S-A Photo. that statementThe .)' f" ,: ej. '/ ., \ tt Mariner 4 will not be able to
an Orlando hospital, where his con- police report filed by ''' :, '" detect life. Its main purpose Js
Ptlmn. Robert Edwards, said 1 jr ........ 1(' \1'" '\" f ; to collect data that engineersneed
Summerrow was traveling east { .\ ,' I .. \jl, It ,\\I .l for designing life seeking

on Coquina apparently lost '.. ,,. 't. '' \ "'I spacecraft: that the tin I tad
Christmas Parade And control of his vehicle, going off "I ...: ,. .. / \\ '.\ ..". IJI" States hopes to land on MartIn
the right shoulder of the road, ). I > 1. ,tf". ...11";a t. ( t' : 19W./

..I'r veered sharpely to the left,, 'i7r fj't ''f.... ). f ; .,---" ';' _. 1\1"j', -, $ ,."t.;. : Project scientists hope that
crossed the highway and hit a ',' ;.:'\.':" I Ji.\rf'-: .... -; .......--..--: '". ... Mariner 4 will succeed where
tree with the side of the 0<. ::0 .. \,, ,, .-..
right II' .." t"S: Mariner S failed an Identical assignment
vehicle. .t.I. ''If- _, ..'"..t.10., .. ....u..h.:1:
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Ball Set Next
Summerrow apparently hit the DEVELOPES TROUBLE-The Marl- launching pad ready for launch this Mariner S fizzled when Its
door of the glove compartment, glass shroud collapsed within
ner-Mars probe rocket stands on its morning, until trouble developed.
then hit the windshield with his five minutes after launching.:

Two of the most beautiful parade will commence at the man George Arnold. head. The shroud was unable to drop

girls la the world, plus mile point where South Hopkins Ave The Annual Christmas Ball oft and imprisoned the space
of floats and marching units will nue Joins Washington Avenue beginning at 9 am. Saturday SOS To Conclude Seven Killed In FloridaThanksgiving craft preventing from unfold
be seen at next Saturday's and will go north on the south log Its power gathering solar
will climax the Jaycee
Fourth Annual Jaycee Christmas bound lane of U.S. 1 to Garden night panels and from achieving suffW
Parade.. Street and west on Garden to Christmas Festivities activities, With Make-Up dent speed for the Mars trip
festive' Park Avenue, then north on and will feature the famous Bud- I Accidents Mariner.
"tnt vent, titled "In Park to Draa Field. dy Morrow and his "N 19b t bit about the sun
ternational Christmas") and featuring The parade is expected to be Train" Orchestra. Miss Universe Here On SundaySunday (lIIthlllt1 Oft Page 12)CapeExpecling
the international beauties the lit the four. history and Miss USA will also. .
largest year By TNt ASSOCIATED PUSS Ocean Blvd. Police said hj Pierce drowned Wednesday, ,ilia
.t. :Miss Universe and Miss of the parade, -ith 45 professional be featured guests at the Ball is the makeup day .Thanksgiving h o I i 14 a y accldents ., heart failed before the crash car plunged into a canal at fort
vill at 10:30 am
\ next begia : and homemade floats, Tickets are almost "sold out"for of gable killed at least seven persons William 1>. Farriur, 38, of De-
of the secondaries Fierce: police said
Saturday pec. 5. 12 bands and the ball, according.th .
marching many in Florida, and an eighth I unlak Springs was killed east of
SOS and North
The three mile route of the other individual and group entries dance chairman: Wimpy Mann Oral Sunday ( ) apparently drowned when he, Crestvlew Thursday when I car At Paxton in north Walton

which will amount to a total From the amount of tickets sold, take Brevard advantage residents of are this urged last to car ran into a south Florida driven by his tecn-ago son County near the Alabama line, 100 Marshall
of over 80 units in its entirety about 800 people are expected to opportunity
the vaccine. waterway.A struck a bridge, Jerry Lamar Nobles, 28, of Flan
WY111yY1S11r according: to general chair enjoy the music of :Morrow. : freak accident at Tallahassee
WsYnl'IItJ The program sponsored by Raymond Luttretl. 21, of Jacksonville ala, Ala, was killed Thursday
the KIwanis Clubs throUghout killed a nine year-old Negro was killed Thursday night when the car he wan driv EmployeesCAPE
Permits Brevard, will conclude after boy, Alfred Johnson lie was when his car collided: head-on ing left Mate Road 181 and
I County Building JumpA the administration of Sunday's running from a barking dog with another car on an expressway crashed into a telephone pole. Awuwenger KENNEDY (AP) -
vaccine.: The program began in when he tried to duck under a east of Jacksonville Herbert Cobey, Ulorala. About 100 members' of a launch
101.unit apartment building Garden Apartments, Inc., for September and last Sunday was taut cable. It struck him under Alfred Henry Fox of Fort was critically injured. support group will be transferred
complex scheduled for Merrltt construction on Lucas Rd. the last regular, feeding of the the chin, breaking his neck. here from the UarahaO'pace

Island made an otherwise slow about a mile and a half northof vaccine. lie was pronounced dead at Flight Center, HunUvUle,
building permit week a good State Road 520.:! I There win be only one feeding the scene of the accident: Annual Yule Decorating Contest Ala, the National Aeronautics
one as far as the weekly totals station open during this Palm Beach County officers and Space Administration announced
were concerned.The North Brevard's portion of make-up day, according to county said the car that went into the i today,

building complex the week's business for con.'structlon chairman, Klwanls Lt Gov Atlantic Ocean inlet at Boynton Set By Smith Funeral Home They an among 140 person
per outside city limits Herb Johnson, and that station teach was registered to Barbara assigned' to the Kennedy' Space
mit was for $723,000 and was. went for new homes. will l be at Parkway Junior High Mattwly, 22, who has been miss- Center Launch Support F- gln-
commercial Get the Christmas have
CTC of three permits out Decorations Entrants must agree to
School Ing since she left her secretary I erring Dlvtolon. An announce
Issued that added up $814- Coleman Brothers Co., 147 The first series of the vacdne job at West Palm Beach to drive ? lights and decorations up a a d mint said they had been on

500. Anna Dr, Titusville, was Is- was a tremendous success with home to Boca: Raton.A Smith Funeral Home and Ambulance ready from Dec II through Dec temporary assignment at Mar
Twenty-one residential pen sued a $11,700 and a $12,900 many thousands of Brevard search of the area by divers Service! It 25 AD entries must be received shall. About 40 persons from the
Westwood once
in again
for homes
mite accounted: for another permit tountlans and over 10.000 North and aircraft ended at darkness\ by Dec 18 unit will remain at HuntsvIlle
1288,520:! and the miscellaneous Manor. I Brevard residents taking! advantage esterday sponsoring the North Brevard I The shift Is to be completedby

category of permits Issued by Marvin Fisher, 8 Fern Ave., of the service However In another Thanksgiving fatal Christmas Home Lighting and An ad will appear In Mon next August
the County Zoning Office addedup Titusville, received an $18,700 the final series last Sunday ty, 18-year-old Paul Prevatt Decorating Contest day's Star.Advocate with the entry The division provides tachrisi .
121,530. was less than successful according hot himself while hunting frog, blank. The blank be support services for the Saturn
for Lantern Park may
permit a A tradition for
to Johnson Polk County Sheriff Monroe now many I rocket being developed tor,
cut out and mailed to Smith Funeral
Unit S home.
Overall total figure for the There will be a 50 cent donation Brannen said years, the contest includes I Home, launching astronaut to the
week's permits, through Wed. Cay Construction Co., Box fee asked for the vaccine, John B. Morgan. M, of Ocean $20 prize fur the best rellgloiw\ moon. "... Marshall center MIn
:,nesday, was S1,124,55C. 408, IRC Station, Titusville. received but it is stressed that no one Ridge was killed Wednesday display, $20 for the best nonreligious Prissy will be awarded Christmas charge of Saturn I develops
The new apartment complex a $1000 permit for a will be turned away because of night when a car he was drivingon display and $10 for the Eve. Judging will again be meet Launching! will be coo-
permit went to Merritt Island Port St. Johns home. the lack of money. U. S. 1 hit a utility pole at heat decorated dour. done by Titusville Garden Club ducted at Cape htnn dy. .

I Best Way In Life Is To Serve God And I

: The Wiesners Have Served Faithfully I Iy

y BARBARA CARLSON outstanding work over the past who declare, "God has done ,,..... was busy growing fresh vegetables times the Wlesners helped victims selves with getting plenty .o f"
In a small house on North 12% yean, he concluded with many miracles for us", snowed 'v ,r to help with their food distribution of dJiitreM. In addition to rest, sunshine and taking care
Washington Avenue, a charmingold "ft en done thou good and faithful to TttusvUte IS years ago. Mrs Wlnmer was aMlng families In the TttusvUIe, of their property But they will
couple have joyfully spent servants, Brother and Sister purchased land along the highway busy at the sewing machine Mans Scottsmoor and Indian have memories memories c4
the past 12% years disbursingused Wiesner" and transformed the wooded making new dresses all sizes River City area, they also have the happy thousands of needy
clothing to the sick poor As a final gesture of retiring acreage into the present i kg s n to keep up with the demand. shipped parcels of clothing to people throughout the war l 14
and needy throughout the world. as welfare leader, Mrs. Wiesner homesite with. a comfortable F "Sometimes we give out over the Congo: the Kent india; Haiti who were helped by their warm,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiesner, presented the traditional scissors home several rental units, %,200 pieces a week", said the ; Germany; to flood! victims generous heart. In conclusion
leaders of the Seventh Day Ad- and measuring tape to the lovely flowers, grass shrubs, warm hearted couple. Went Virginia; to earthquake Mrs. %'leaner said! w best
ventist Church Welfare Service, new leader, Mrs. Bennie Tyler, shade trees and citrus. They One interesting case the Wlesnm -. victims in Chile; to Cuban refugees way In We to to serve God -
retired last week with the simple who began work: this week In a have five children 13 grandchildren related was of a family of ( In Miami and to the Seoul you never go "TOI14.y.Old \&".
statement "God has given new welfare building locatedat and one great grandchild. nine, completely, burned out on hanAnimprewiYvereport
us the wisdom and strength to the rear of the church: Nearly 13 years ago, the Dec 12 one year. They were settled i from;
do this wart The Winners began their life Wlesners opened their hearts / in an apartment, but needed the Winners for the past 12H

"It's hard to give up, we love together 53 years ago when they to the needy families la the Il ', is n everything from beds to years shows 119.M2 pieces ol Suffers Gangrene
the work so", said Mrs. tt'leaner met and married in New York: area by turing their home as a ) M1 i clothing. With the help of aa ar clothing given away; 19,313 pieces :
who was presented a CertBcatton City, each coming to this country I coDecUon and disbursing centerfor tick in the Star.Advocate the repaired; 1.4L'I1ItW' garments MUSH (AP George Stephens '
of Appreciation from from a different part of the the Seventh Day Adventist dinners were able to supply' made: 700 food baskets distributed 14-year-old! fort Lauderdale
Elder Joe Tompkins: daring a world. Mr Wlesner was born I Welfare Service. "It's funny, them with everything but a table ; 20J11 boon of Christian boy injured while saving a
special service held in their honor In Russia (became citizen 1m) said Mrs Wiesner, "the people and chairs, which: was help work; 4111 articles of fur.* drowning schoolmate Is la critical : .
at the church Saturday. The and Mm. Wiesner (became eft- were happy to give us the. promised by the Bed Crow In Rare given away W5 piece of I cotillion today with gao
Wlesners were highly praised by Izen IIM) to Hungary but I clothing for they know 1UI Cocoa. When this pronriM felt bedding given away: 273 ,grene, the hospital said.
everyone for their constant devotion "God has brought as together'Mr. would make good DM of it and through, Mr Wlewier (77 at the Christmas toys dfaxrlbuted.: 20,. I George cot his leg on rocks
to the wart Guest speaker Wiesner now n, worked I the people who get tt say they time) bought lumber out of Ms m persons helped; and $4303 ,- when he Jumped Into a polluted
for the occasion. Col W. HBoshort as a carpenter with Mrs., U leaner have done without tt." own pocket and constructed a .(1 cub donated to the we-! I,drainage ditch to save a 14-year
executive secretary: for DOW 73, hammering away at Not only were the clothes and RETIRING WELFARE LEADERS Mr. and Mrs. table and benches for the fam fare service. A total of cash value old girl Only hospital personnel
TftnsviHe Cooperative Chutes !his side. "\\'e always work together furniture collected by the Winners Fred Wiesner welfare leaders for the Seventh Day Dy. Mrs. Winner painted them of the work and donations are allowed to !his room becaus.
Inc. stated. -I've worked with *, she said "1 help him but they were washed and Adventist Church: retired last week after spending and free the couple delivered : f 1W,Ml 07. gangrene is infectious.
them day and night and Pve build booses, he help me with repaired when necessary, and 12H Tears collecting: sewing and disbursing nearly them "so they could sit and eat ; With this. remarkable achievement The boy talked to his parents
never sees them turn anyone welfare" many times, delivered dtreelly 130 thousand pieces ol dothing; to the sick peer and together for Ckrtftmas". to their credit UU weft- Thanksgiving Day through a
away b a soamary of their This, devoutly reBginuf couple. to a faa J. nit Mr. Wtewwr needy all over the w rVL Carbon Phftta. This was only DM of noun loved couple will busy then- window screen.:


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fete I TlfoivlK. (Florida), S.r-AJveeate Friday' November J7, 1H4


Titusville (Florida) SUr-Adrocitt STRICTLY I BOB HUDSON'S .



ORIpA Published Mondays.Wedneidsys P WRAPPER)
A Apple Plaza stores cooperated with Wednesday's
Mmw **d Fridays special section
gift appearing in the Stardvoc..te -

.1MM..a t By TitusvlUe Stsr-Advocsti, $ There were "golden gift" Ideas com* PAJtKZS BRTAr4T
0 plate with ink Governor ef IlorfaU' Typing around a rather overstuffed Christmas is only four
I 4 At The Star-Advocate Building a gold for emphasis. And while all weeks

lri0N 1100 S. Hopkins Ave. stores In the center, so conveniently located on of usual stomach Isn't easy. As from today. Better get that
FORESTRY IN FloridA diet that the per capita use we filled up too much on
U.S. 1 in the downtown area, are promoting specialsIn forest products will double by turkey and the trimmings yes shopping done now while stocks

MEMBER; : Florida Prm Aii'n: National Editorial A..'. tadAnociated the gift lines, they also call your attention to the In Florida, the forest industryis the year two thousand. terday, then spent a lazy afternoon .' are full and shopping is com
second to tourism. Last
Press. only Seedling Planted watching football. : paratively And
fact that Santa will arrive at 11 a.m. tomorrow in year forestry and forest products easy. we urge
Pre Mn. Hawl .. Hudson Yice. Frf.. Millions of seedling trees are Some members of our family you to look around Titusville. ,
Henry IL Hudson .- the shopping center to greet youngsters. He'll come contributed more than planted annually in the upgrad.
can't how
understand the
Robert Hudson, Secy.-Ttea see what merchants
750 million to the of "at
Henry IL Hudson, Publisher -. Robert H, QudsoDi Editor in by helicopter and will trigger a several-hour event |this stile.Two economy ing of our forest land. This writer can lose weight on sucha home" if you are interested
!(avid 5unn AdvertisuU Mjr. S, U Flo d 'UOQ $gr. during which there will be free candy and orange hundred thousand peopleare year more than 75 million trees schedule. Neither can we. in your community.: Money '
Raymond B. Rutherford. Claaalfled Adv. Mgr.Second will be planted in the state.
for the kids. also call attention But if you do want to know spent here usually
They your to the directly, dependent upon Last year Florida led the nation stays here.
: -Clau Poattf Paid at Tituaville, Florida how to lose weight, we've had
in Florida with 1
fact that the Titusville School Band Association will forestry in new trees planted on private that -
Subscription Rater: begin selling Christmas trees in the Plaza thousands of others lands with over 129,000 experience.
Mo. $4.00. Mo. on Dec. U, benefited. Back in July the doctor told I cleaned his
Carrier Horn Delivery 1 Vr. 01.10.0 S U 21By acres planted. J spotted necktie;
Mall In Florida1 Yr. MM e Mo. WM I Mo. 2.00 with proceeds going into the fund to help give Titus- Our forests supply More than IK billion trees us to lose 23 pounds off our 201 It was no small maneuver

J Outside Florida t Yr. $1.50.0 Mo. $4.00.0 Mo. tlM yule a fine pair of bands at Parkway Junior High materials for paper in have been planted In Florida at that time We can report we Can someone now please tell

and at Titusville High. newspaper the wood in our since we began our reforestation now "weigh In" at 171 pounds. meWhat
And we've done it by: ((1)) do
homes and furniture chemicals program in 11)28.) removes the spot re-
This 1s what you might call excellent co. for industry, and crude drugs, Florida forests meet an Industrial !log away with second: helpings moved
EditorialsThe operation. The Pirtle Plata Merchant's Associa and even clothing fabrics. and recreational need ((2)) stop eating between meals

tloa has purchased 100 tickets to the big Titus It Is easy to see why proper of our citizens.At and drinking a cup of coffee

I rille High fish fry and will give them away ea management and conservationof present there are four rather than a cold drink and A pre Thanksgiving "gift"to
((3)) riding a bicycle (which we
our forest resources Is so Important State forests playing host to the people who attend council
Dec I. The fish fry, sponsored by several clubsat and Florida law provides Floridians seeking hunting fishing Dave had to give up since our meetings regularly come up

Path Ahead THS. will be held D.c.11. Going along with the Florida Board of Forestry picnicing, and camping back operation). Tuesday night when Attorney
the fish fry tickets will be 100 tickets to Terrier with State Forester C. H. grounds and several large Umber We feel much better. The on. Dave Porter had to read all 35 "
Coulter to guide the forest Industry. ly trouble Is our clothes .
allow of
companies public use pages an ordinance being
basketball games thus the winners will rec.ive h .
"hang" on But t fI n
they us.
I When Congress convenes in January, new demands of their land. This Is a fine adopted to agree to purchase r
a fish fry ticket along with a that's good: news to the people
to be heard for cage game Duties Outlined gesture of the Industry. First Florida Utilities facilities! ..
: are expected more
govern in the business.
ticket. Good cooperation between the school and Their duties are to assist and Fire Biggest Enemy clothing in the area. It took him 43 minuses ,
;'roent planning of( the economy and more Federal Federal and of Just can't say we lost any
a shopping center.Grant' cooperate with Fire course is the biggest to read so we're rather sure
'control over other items of the economy, in Presl- State departments or Institu enemy of the industry but .weight over Thanksgiving that a number of people paid lit
reports their invitation Sunday after not the food for old \
:dent J 1lnson'. "o l.l reformation' of the U.S. Units, counties municipalities methods of preventing fighting, fashioned on family good an tie attention to all of the words.
r noon shopping event of last Sunday a big success. corporations and individuals ender and suppressing forest fires pet-torather.

, The Administration appointed National Agricultural Indications are that the toy department, in particular, such terms as will best have improved so much that the There dinner were table.only 15 of us around

Advisory Commission has recommended did a big business. Perhaps one of the reasons was serve the public interest. The last year only thirty-seven hum
Florida Forest Service gathersand dreths of one per cent of our
!taping, 40 million acres out of cultivation, putting the 10 per cent discount on everything In'the store. disseminates information on woodlands were consumed by "I thought I saw you taking

;quantity limit on what farmer can ell and bring A new Phillips 63 Service Station Is slatedto forests, their care and manage wildfire. That is one of the lowest a gentleman up to your apartment .

pew crops under the Federal system of control. be constructed soon on the triangular tract of ment. The Board acquires by percentages In the nation. last night.

land bounded by Hopkins Avenue; U.S. 1 (South gift, purchase, or agreementwith But still forest fire preventionand "Uhuh. That's what I thought
With a hungry and ever-growing world population the Federal Government, fire law enforcement must too."
crying for food, this proposal to limit pro.diction bound) and Seminole Street. Just west of the lands for forest purposes. The be Intensified to offset the increased .
American Oil Station Houses have been torn Service controls and uses lands hazard as Florida's pop- f'ft
; and withdraw land from farm use, thus down and the land is being cleared to make way acquired, and controls the ulation expands and more people The elderly man having been
assuring better price through scarcity of the product proceeds from the sale of any use the woods for outdoor taken to his bed with an illness .
for the new facility The plans call for consider
' is in direct conflict with the basic plait which such lands save the 25 per cent recreation. People are the was fussing at his doctor
able beautification of the slim triangular north of such proceeds which must be cause of nine out of 10 wild over the long recovery.
fits made America great making commodities "Listen Mr. Jones," said the
part of the property. paid into the State School Fund fires.
plentiful and keeping the price down. "Mr, Chips" Drive-In people are still looking as the Construction requires. There are about two million doctor "I'm no wizard. I can't
The growth of forest-based In- acres of unprotected forest and make you any younger.
Under this proposed plan, fruits and; vegetables, in this area for a site for a new restaurant. Word dustry is a stabilizer to many wildlife lands to which fire "Who said I wanted to be

which have been largely immune to Federal Inter Is that they. seek a tract between the two one-way communities because the In. control must yet be extended. younger "replied the elderly .
crease means more jobs and This Includes some land In the man "I just want to make sure e.
ference, would come under new Federal marketing portions of U.S. 1. Several have been constructed ;

order In short, million of farmers throughout the in this part of Florida... one is open in Melbourneand bigger payrolls.Despite the .fact that woodlands DeSolo counties Dixie of Broward Hardee, Citrus, Hendry I older I'm: going, to keep on getting 1.

country would be told what to do, how to do it, and another is under way in Cocoa. cover two-thirds of t hi. Lafayette, Martin, Okeechobee -

rewarded or punished by administrative actions as Construction Is slated to begin Immediatelyon state's land area there are Osceola, and Pasco. The first "Atlas of Florida"has Savin' Sam

they conform or rebel homes by Seacoast Construction Co. la the 2,300,000 fewer acres today than Next to soil and water the been published and is now by
In 1940 While forest forest is man's most valuable
acreage available from the
Oaks Seacoast University
Royal recently completed
This program will have little or no appeal to the area. shrinks with shining land to other natural resource, and Floridacan Florida Press which is also offering Merry Everything T.
purchase of more than 100 acres from Royal face the be 1M4 te 'M.Usually .
uses, we challenge proud of its ever expanding Yeu, 1
set of 1
farmer it only holds charm for the bureaucrats a complete } rare
t. Oaks for the homes, to be constructed near the presented by experts who pre. forest industry. classics on Florida History called .
the growing Agricultural would
Department -
| famed It-hole golf course. Seacoast has been The Quadrlcentennlal Edl-

multiply along with appropriation developing the newer sections of Indian River I Business News & Viewsborrowing I tion of The Floridians Facsim ,"Well wh.n t. make a along fellowsays
lie and Reprint Series the
story abort Ire tee I.,..
If the Administration 'and its academic economists Heights 50 and has more construction I former at a cost of $7.50 and

would pay heed to history, even present slated In that area building on several By SAM DAWSON charges moderately the latter costing $114. -

jiiatory, they would note that Czechoslovakia the new streets Just south of the site for the l1.w' AF- Business News Analyst low, -., I The most Important". em ,

most highly industrialised nation behinds tlje iron t .1 t ,'. ..Juhlor\% I b School! jj 'L' NEW YORK (AP) A I long Fed Bankers that there argue are along plenty with the of Conscience is that 'which gets otlon ity la to the,r.oneymtnt..|,.. m maturt of enl.ym.nt

curtain, has found It necessary to re-invent capital Trances Braden 1doubled .1'11{ space: in her with the turkey leftovers American available funds to hold! the line credit for what often really be William kyt

ism. They have found they must take.into accountthe Frances Beauty Salt A.:at !|OJ. Main! Street, in con- and bankers consumers today businessmen are faced on the rates for mortgages and longs to cold feet.- I Phelps

law of supply and, demand, and competition, eluding a' rtrm>delir; > project.: SM, being joinedby with another bit of unfinished installment loans I -'

and shake off central planning and onfJ'ollrom the. her sister, Laura Joiner' of New Smyrna Beach, business: What will higher interest One uncertainty, however is Congratulations Bobby Th difference' between e
rates do to them? economic expansion. How fast it tomparato and Larry Jarrellfor human being ton yen of
backs of production and produce on order from formerly of TitusviUe, ft'ho) is also a hair stylist their play on the Brevard of
I and fifty
go one years
The answers so far offered
and how high it will [
customers, not from Prague. The Star-Advocate la going to present a from little all comes goes Junior College Titan basketball ago lies together( In the
North Brevard tabloid else Christmas Shopping the range government's very official at stand- affect the demand for long-term squad. Although they matter of "'". O'Malloy
Even Fidel Castro has admitted that Com financing. aren't the the aqua
top men on
Guide on 4th. It'll contain advertise to the threat of putting a halt ,
jnunist Cuba must learn lessons from capitalism, to economic expansion, the Bank economists say that the two have been working hard
meats from stores throughout North Brevard In Savin Sam will' be I
moderately higher interest and have played in both of the years
tow that Marxist economic have brought it to disaster warning of easy-money advo-
aid H. You
a big attempt to show area residents Just' what cates. II charges and a bit tighter credit games played by the Titans so en January ere
Great In Russia with the Invited te hit party, end.
changes are likely ,
is needed to far The two were outstanding
Is available for Christmas In the area So keep Economic is cold I supply nip any YOU get. the present
justing of Krushchev, as Red production fall farther expansion a speculative boom. But they admit for the Terriers last year and
your eye out oa this special section, It will be sounding phrase that can be I
It t Is
and farther behind the West.In that when such a fever always good to see former -
handy to pull out of your regular paper on that translated in terms of lobs, Incomes I strikes, neither businessmen nor CHS athletes go on to play else-

the words of Patrick Fox, ID ably expressed dale and hold while you shop building, sales- or, profits in terms taxes of the, consumers seem to be deterredin where. f"t'irt9"t!, rm Jre3rnitti

in his Washington column, 'No Comment', "We Monique Secretarial Service is another new possibility of inflation and even' costs.their Bankers borrowing thus regard by higher higher 0' a big Ghri'' tisasne

can hope that the path of East and West won't North Brevard business firm, offering all types of the future likelihood of makinga rates as more of a prevent-- They told me she was pretty > fi y r

gross *a they grope their way out of the collectivist secretarial service It has been opened In the Broy quick buck. Uve than a cure. My blind date that they got;
Many bankers had been plugging They told me she was pretty
,uagmlre and we blunder our way into it." hill Building at 2323 South Washington Avenue for higher Interest rates Advocates of easy money will They Just didn't say pretty

Ernest Kress and John Troup have opened and tighter money before the buy none of this. They say only what! 0 t

Kr.ss Gas and Appliance Co. la Magnolia Plaza British forced American hands the little businessman the

An Overwhelming Cases and will have an opening sale next week They by bankers hiking cited theirs fears drastically of; a, runaway The when smaller interest borrower rates Is go frozen up. Even out There's something for every.

s have been partners In Troup Gas and Appliance' boom and Inflation such a moderate boost as this one In Florida', fast develop-

Co. In New Smyrna Beach and were distributors But the business expansion, week's higher Federal Reserve InC system of state parks. High-
Proponents of the Medicare plan for providing discount rate Is seen as spelling ands Hammock Collier Seml
of Greea's Fuel. Kress will manage the local now almost four years old Is lived bust. nole and Gold Head Branch
certain medical benefits to people drawing social struggling Just now with a setback the end of the long with

security payment intimate, if they don't actually business from auto strikes. So higher ness upswing that started earlyin their natural beauty Fort Pick- START NOW TO SAVE
mi. ens with Its| ruins,
hate Attorney John Baron is moving his office out interest rates at this time I Hugh Tay.
that next to nothing is being done to meet the lor Birch and Bahia Hondo FOR CHRISTMAS 1965
of the downtown section next to the O'Flanagan wouldn't be welcomed by the advocates !-
ijiedical problems of the with their fine beaches h
needy elderly. 0 n The hundred
of a quick and pit year
Furniture to 306 Garden Street, at the corner of NovemberYeather Pennekamp,Coral' Reef with Its of Thrifty lawns have boon
resumption of the climb to much
Nothing could be farther from the truth. Garden and Palm. lIe is remodeling a house into higher ground. Is Issued ,underwater beauty Myakka member ef Plat '.Hr."'!

Sometime ago, the federal Kerr-Mills law came !his new offices. The economy also is a bit Report River with its wildlife, Florida Fedora Christmas) hat Club just, end happily first

into being. This is a joint federal-state project, which Ben Lewis out at the STR Store la Mima scittish over the chance of trouble Rainfall here during the first Caverns and with its undergroundbeauty 'with Its .paid out ever $5tOO.N In
the administrative in the steel industry when 25 days of November totalled Torreya Merry Christmas money te
puts where it be-
responsibility is making plans to celebrate the firms first an labor negotiations open early 315 Inches, the heaviest falling civil war relics are among Iherrt.ThoM.
Ibngs at the local: instead of the national level.It Iveraary with a 41-hour at.reo'and television next;year The worry b lest a on Nov. 24lh when Frank Roof, those Interesting" not only to

offers health care to all elderly people who are Bale on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 4-S. Congratu generous wage boost might setoff cooperative weather observer state idents.visitors but to Florida res more Christmas hits will fun have than far

actually in need. And it is a complete program, en latlons Ben. We always like to see new firm another wage price spiral hen measured nearly .ft) they would have had If they
spelling inflation and the further inches. hadn't joined the Club about

compassing hospital, nursing home, medical, dental, opened but we also like to sea firms display
loss of a year .
purchasing power by I The official report of temperatures We've heard it before but
surgical and drug care. In this all-important respect, their success with anniversaries. the dollar
and rain follows: were reminded of It again Why den't you get In en
it. offer much more than Medicare Roberts Grower's Supply has taken on a line of The Federal Reserve holds I I the fact that the abbreviation Mi wonderful club RIGHT i

The taxpayer are meeting the bill for this If Rupp Continental Custom Cycles, said to be large that railing. interest rates on Nev.1 High 71 Lew M Rain I.J2 for California Is actually quite a NOW for Christmas" IHJT .;
short term this
Medicare also becomes law-and the strongest kind enough to be practical and small enough to be fun.They're week is merely a borrowing response to the [ 2 77 U ON the boost abbreviation for Florida.-"Calif"know- Start puking In any turn '

of pressure will be put behind it when Congress designed to put in the trunk of a car or in Bank of England's hiking its 3 78 M IN can be lengthened easily you into you each name week.from(The 51 SI cent end up Si

next convenes< we'll be paying twice, unnecessarily. a plane for transportation "when you get there" or rate to 7 per cent from I per I 4 SI 15 0.10 Come And Uve Florida. club ere the meet "", /I.,.) .(
s H M '.00
cent to protect the pound sterling
And the Medicare bill would be small
no just around town. in world money markets < 78 M .." Join today Come 'In end
one. would. increase the social security tax, borne Got an UDU.ualgUt Item for Christmas It The United States raised its r 71 58 INS Henry and Sam were having ask First Federal for further a

by employers and employees, to 10.3 per cent of the doesn't have to even be unusuaL The Star-Ad rate to 4 per cent from 3H to M U 0.00I lunch at a restaurant When glNWils.Firsi .

first $5600 of annual income by 1$?!. That works out vocale has..Juat, the place for you to tell the keep dollars from fleeing the H 37 0.00 the check came, they both grabbed -
10 71 U .." for it. Henry won.
to $582.49 for each covered worker. Many think that people about It. Starting oa next Wednesday The American central banking U 78 U IN "Sam," growled Henry,

even this wouldn't be sufficient to meet the costs, la a Gift Guide with Christmas specials asa system expressed confidence it 12 84 13 '.00 "either you're losing your grip, ) Federal

and that Medicare would Imperil and undermine the feature of our growing classified advertising can continue the policy of recent 11 M M '.00 or I just don't know my own
: keeping rates on short- H 81 SS '.00 strength!" SAVINGS isocuT oN
whole social years
.. '
security system. peg* It'll be a fine place to check for specials term high without IS 84 H lit
money any
We have, in other word, under Kerr-Mills,1 Don Zebley at Don't Floral Art, 3617 South boost in the rates on the king- 1C 81 H '.:3 OF TITUSVILLE

Well conceived method of aiding the\ UI and (infirm Hopkins, will have a Christmas open house from 12 term borrowings by business for 17 82 17 IN going First to Unman see a doctor.Patient:I donl"rm Downtown Office

elderly. It can be further broadened and improvedif noon until 8 p.m. tomorrow (Saturday). There will expansion and by consumers: for 18 81 SS '.00 like the looks of my husband." Washington, At Main'
that is found In addition there all be refreshments and such things u new homes autos 1* 83 55 '.00 Second Korean: "Hind if
necessary. are door prizes. Don invites you aUto and appliances.The 20 87 H '.00 I Indian: River Branch
manner of public and private welfare plan The tag along! ? I doat like the looks
stop by.Popular pulley has worked because 21 71 15 '.00 of mine Indian River Plate
medical profession itself !is pledged to provide care Vance Bell is back at Belk-Lindtey's there was a continually 22 71 M '.DO either. Dial AM .1911

for all in need regardless of the ability to pay The to offer his portrait service. Vance is here quite growing supply of investment 2) 81 17 '.00 0 te } D.llr-AUe M Friday
money for such long terra 11mooing. 24 82 17 2..40U Money doesn't talk these days FREE PARKING
cast against Medicare ii overwhelmingly strong- often and is pretty well known in the area.
The big supply kept 83 U '.DO it goes without saying

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Mired Life: Kenny Burgees, I I M perfect! M the orite J Rod rime. Mnttim ef Tttnsville and

I -'nr/ian River City-South Tilusville News 2nd Class; Adults present for Bose from FM ylv..., Mrs. Dianne Lee of FtocasHa
Board of Review William
the were: Neil Dooley and her husband, Va. They have two grandchfl-
Walker Eugene Shepard, dren.
Show.r Charles Williams and R o b e r t Boyd, came I to this communityfrom
by Y.W.A.
1 M..ting DatavlUe. Va. their Charta and Eleanor Armbrustor .
A shower was given last Tues r The Mary Reeder Young Webber. hometown He had lived Owe live at 118 Park Avenue,
day evening at 8 p.m. honoringMrs. Woman's Auxiliary met last The boys were urged to go all his life and she fof :M! )'eai-i. Tttusvilte and have been heel
RMiard Cromwell of 305 ,. I Tuesday at the Central BaptistChurch on a patrol camping trip soon
As he was gelling on in years four years Charles workes Let
Carlysle Avenue, at Citizens 1 Indian River City. next general camping tripIs
and began to find the climate the Hercules Corporation #
set for Dec: 31 to Jan 3 at
Bank Community Room with Penny Forks, Prayer Chairman
Camp La Noche. more and more trying, they Cape Kennedy as a physicist
IS guests present opened the meeting by A Court of Honor will be held made up their minds to come I Ito They have two sons, Robert, a
Several the calendar '
games were played reading prayer ( Florida, and so they settled
Rlvcrvlcw Elemen-
for the Dec student at
"Window" troop on Tuesday :
with the winners receiving kitchen from the (V.W.A.
8. All parents are urged to make here Boys works for the First tary School and Eddie, in Titti.
aid gifts. Barbara (Mrs. : lyt Magazine) and Helen Riddle Methodist Church in TitusvHle I (
plans now to attend
Richard Cromwell) then opened I i asked prayer for mistiionariea The Canaveral District Courtof They have two daughters Mrs (Continued On Page 5)SANTA'S )
I ion their The ,
her lovely gifts. Several of the birthday. president -- -
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Honor will be on Friday evening .
Helen Riddle the
ladles had grouped together to presided over
Dec 11, at the First Presbyterian
present her with large gifts: a meeting
Baby Bed, a stroller, an electric I A Christmas Party will be Church In Cocoa Troop COMINGISATURDAY !
310 will have one Eagle Rank to
feeding dish and a car seat. held at the home of Penny
be presented at that time, along
She also received many lovely I Focks, 28!$ Key Largo Drive. with three Life Ranks.

layette gifts. The program "Worship Christ The Christmas Party will be
The room was decorated with the King" will be presented by
held Dec.
on Tuesday evening,
yellow, blue, pink and white four women from the Women's 22.
crepe paper. In the center, al o 4'I Missionary Union. The girls I 0M

decorated play pen served to voted to bring a gift and then Significant of a N.mo
hold the gifts. A stork holding a I I draw from the exchange of gifts r
baby looked on and seeminglygave I The date of this Christmas party Intrigued by the name of an 0 a ..era
his approval to the many 4pc F will be Dec. IS at 7 p.m. establishment! In the Indian River
Plaza "One Red Rose Gifts",
I The conducted
gifts and the proceedings. I program, by
the writer decided to find out
Barbara was seated in a decorated the president was a game.
what this "Red Rose" meant.
chair as the guests Pieces of paper were dlstrubut-
watched with ooh's and ah's as I ed to the girls with names of Nell Dooley and Eleanor Arm
the beautiful gifts were unpack. 1 the officers of the Y.W.A's. bruster own and operate this

ed. After the gifts were opened ............... Each girl was' to tell or pantomime shop Just south of the First Federal 0
and displayed, homemade II a not so obvious task Savings Loan Building.
pumpkin pie, topped with whip. of her office. The group would Here's the story Nestled In

ped cream was served; also .......... (1'' then guess which officer they the heart of the PennsylvaniaDutch
; ruts and mints in a nut cup enclosed ', were trying to describe. country In Lancaster
I, In a pink or blue miniature ,. The Y.W.A's have !been granted County, there stands a beauttful .
y diaper. A delicious punch L. the privilege of choosing Zion Lutheran Church. It
was served as well as coffee. I' three mission books from the has !been there for two centur ( ;i'
Barbara is expecting her baby -.....''- Y.W.A. Book-Hst. They chose the les.

sometime !In January and her BABY SHOWER-Mrs. Richard Crom- munity room. Seated on floor handinggift books and Delores Surrency, History records that this
two older children are anxiously counselor, approved them. church building was made .
to the honoree is Mrs. )possible
well, seated, was honoree at a baby packages
Those attending were Margie
awaiting the new arrival. by a donation of land
while the hostesses for
shower in her honor Tuesday Peggy Gray,
Spears, Rebecca Adams, Penny
I Barbara is a long-time member behind from a wealthy man named WII-
' evening at the Citizen Bank com- the occasion stand her chair. Forks Helen Riddle and Mrs.
of the Indian River City I liam Henry Stelgel. He donatedthe
j' woman's Club and a great Bertha Swatne. land for this church; took
many of its members turned of the Federation, served as program by juvenlles in the Central Bre- Home Demonstration Agent for no money from the struggling
, out to honor her. Mrs. Randy chairman and Introducedthe vard area, said that the Juvenile Brevard County, on Christmas Boy Scout N.w. young Congregation, but In the r4 ..pI
Nunnally.. president; Mrs. Jam speaker. court was a new approach to Decorations; Gift Ideas and The regular weekly meetingof deed he recorded "And they

Plumb, past vice president; Visiting club members registered an old problem and that all the Wrappings.The the Boy Scout Troop No. 310 paying unto my heirs and assigns
Mrs. William A. Johnson, past. at 11:30: a.m. for the coffee myths broken homes, slums date of this lecture and Boy Scouts of America, w a i In the month of June yearly
president; and Mrs. Lillian Tu- hour with Mrs. Lewis (Thelma) and the crowd one associates demonstration is Tuesday, Dec.: held at the Civic Center, last forever hereafter, the rent

ropoljac, treasurer were among Rowcll and Mrs. Theo Mitchell with had been exploded since 8, from 1 to 3 p,m. at the Indian Tuesday evening! The opening of One Red Rose". I l
those present. serving.Mrs. the cause of juvenile delinquency River City Community Center, ceremony was in charge of To this day, on the second

Hostesses for the shower William F Marquette, could not be pin pointed.She with refreshments being served Jerry Champion, Senior Patrol Sunday of June of each year,
vef Mrs. James (Nan Federation went on to say that a delinquent after the demonstration. Leader the Festival of the One Red
cy)) 'ook; Mrs. Bill Parker, Mr president presided child never says he Since this was the last meet. Rose is observed there. Renowned
during the business portion of This Is offered In ing of the Scout Year for Troop NOV. 28lh 11 A.M.
Heft Wilson, Mrs. Tom (Jeanette feels, rather than he thinks In program answer ministers and civic
i ) Martin, Mrs Gene Wy- the meeting, at which time the I terms of "I am". Then Mrs. to the many requests 110, new officers were elected to leaders have delivered addrexses IN
. coif, tirs. Harold (Peggy) Gray major discussion concerned the Stroud said, "I feel that I have which Mrs Young receives each serve from Dec. 1, 1964 to Nov followed by the presentation
, and Mrs. Vern Peterson Federation Project, the Brevard I made progress, that I am getting year from various women's SO, IMS, as follows: Jerry Champion service of the most perfect red
I 1 Juvenile Supervision Center. through to a child when he clubs The general public Is invited Senior Patrol leader: Joe rose to be found in the church'srose : HELICOPTERFREE
Covered Dish Supper Mrs. Reeve Jacobus, project admits that he or she feels but members of woman's Kyle and Roy Malott, Assistant garden

Adult Ladies' Classes 1, 2 andI chairman of the and Indian also a River past president City- mean". clubs; church women, garden Senior Patrol Leaden; Steve Mrs. Dooley and Mrs. Armbrustcr CANDY FREE ORANGES

of the Central Baptist Churchof Club, was Instructed to contact .. Her talk was very realistic clubs and ladies auxiliaries of Walker, Scribe. tell us that they named IN THE
Indian River City met last various civic organizations are Boys were permitted to their enterprise "One Red ROM
Monday evening at the pastor. the supervisor at the Center -. aborted especially urged to attend. change patrols If they desired Gifts" because In deference to
and investigate the needs of I .
and the following Patrol Leaders BIG APPLE PLAZA
lum, 837 Polaris Avenue. the children confined there. Mrs. present at this meeting. I This meeting and demonstra elected the name, the only wares they
Those attending were Mrs. Pat were : keep must be perfect, In fact
Turopoljac, general chairman, Lion Is sponsored by the Indian Gator Patrol, Ed Freeman; --
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Gallagher, Mrs. Mary Stanley, extended a welcome to all pres Chrlitmai Workshop Offered River City Ilomcmaker's Club; Titan Patrol, Steve Hopkins; -- --- .
Mrs. Libby Jenkins, Mrs. Dorothy Club and by the Young Home-
"Deck the Halls with Boughsof Apache Patrol l. Mike Allred;
Godwin; Mrs. Marilyn ent.Guest speaker was Mrs. Tom Holly". It Is not too early to makers' Club of. Indian River wolverine Patrol, Joe Ferguson Full-
Mrs. See ADAMS
Greenhalgh, Nigel Broyles,
Stroud, assistant Juvenile Counselor commence planning how our City ; Bobcat Patrol Vince Mer-
Mrs. Patsy Lawson, Mrs. Sue .
Stiles, Mrs. Pat Naylor, Mrs. of Brevard County, and in churches, offices and homes will Anyone having questions, may riam.
addressing this meeting she be decorated to celebrate the contact Mrs Muriel Graham, The Troop Committee met In
Delja Thomas, Mrs. Joan Hughes said that a child has to have a oncoming Christmas season. 267-7538, Mrs. Edna Futch. 267- an adjoining room and conduct Line General EI.e.ctric.Dealer
Mrs. Sonia Buck and the
hostesses Mrs. Mary McAllisterand mirror. If he has never seen The Homemaker' Clubs of 0848 or Mrs.. Caye Harris 287.3SR ed a Board of Review for: Mike
himself in the eyes of others, he North Brevard area invite and --- - -- ----- -- -- -- -J
Miss! McAllister.
Carolyn is lost. Mrs. Stroud, who han urge all women to attend a lecture FOR CHRISTMAS COMPLETE SELECTION 1965
dies all girl delinquencies, dependencies -I and demonstration to be WANT MOlt FOR YOUR ,
Woman's Club Hosts Federation and traffic violations given by Mrs. Sue B. Young, MONIY KIIP YOUR
The Indian River City Worn --- -- ---- ----- EYE ON GRANTS '
an's Club played host to the .. / G. E. BLACK & WHITE AND COLOR TV ALL
Brevard County Federation of
man/ Surflaral Serl/c
Women's Clubs at a meeting ;gut ,
held last week In the Presentation SIZES ALL PRICE RANGES!
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Indian River Plant in Bellwood. -

Mrs.. Nick (Lillian) Turopoljac Roproducoi anything ...n pages In a bound book r J ESCORT TV :

treasurer was] general chair Photo Enact and totally Acceptable. rc 100

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Mrs. R. S. Nunnally, president Qualified personnel for temporary office dutltl OR YOUR

called the meeting to order, ALL WORK STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
while Mrs. James Plumb, past TRADE.INDOWN
president of the local club and 212) So. Wtihington Avenue Broyhlll Bid,. 274144 !
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at present first vice president --I II
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Iqe I TlhiMille. (.."w.) Star-AeNecatt. .. ,....,, November V. 1U4

Wtek News And Notes round town I

t_ Df North Brtreard
> 9e
Phone 267-3994 with barbara ca

Marie (Mrs. Bennie) Tyler with everyone dressing as they and 1 1 a-
.. I took ,over her official benefit 1
--- - -- -- duties as did in De Solo's time. It sounds the
I Dunces Leader for the Seventh like quite an event Lions' Club
Day Adventist Church Welfare You know, we hear often tha
T. A. County Council ti, I, Service this past week, In new the P-TA Is a "woman's club"
I,quarters at the rear of the but "that's no so in Brevard e

church. Two very wonderful County", Virginia said Out of
AwardsUnitAchievementHarbor people (Mr. and Mrs. Fred 30 schools in the council, 18 have

j Wiesner), recently retired from men for presidents and, at Mon. The
the volunteer post, turned over day's council meeting, the ma.

City and Sea Park eral information was the start- "" .... the traditional scissors and! tape Jority present were men.
elementary schools were the only ling fact that Brevard county .N measure to Marie. A large crowd of enthusiastic MILAN,
two of the 28 county schools spent more for textbooks last Although this will be her first magazine
youngsters enjoyed big magic
than all the other counties time as a welfare leader in this
teacher associations
with parent that
show here this week day
who received local unit In the state combined. "And still area, Marie worked on this I sponsored
/ *-/tea by the Titusville Lions I Henry Ford
achievement awards at Monday we do not have enough", added p. ; : lame program for IS years In Club. Mars the Magician thrilled Christina falls in
P.T.A. Council Coleman, a member of the "" & Oregon and Iowa. The Tyleis .
Bight's meeting county Mrs. Virginia Gass, school board. # *& $ moved to Tltusvllle 14 months the tricks children and with delighted his mystifying them be The married ambler
Mrs. Evans to ago from Portland and reside In the massive
the posed questions
Council was given
coins from behind
by pulling Mosca said
Coleman and Mr. foimer at 2034 Sherry SL Mayer Cine-
awards at the state conventionin Platt, a their -
ears and from their close to
Bradenton last week. teacher and past presidentof Marie and Bennie have fivechildren mouths he walked very "How the
as throughthe us. Marla
"It Is with pride and regret Harbor City P.TA? that rang. I three daughters living audience. firmed It, ," which starts
ed from the of Mf1 in Tltusvllle; Mrs. Alvin Norris,
that I present these awards, necessity paying: r in New Florida Theater.
said Mrs. Gass "I'm proud of excise taxes on school carnivalsto a y a Mrs. Bill Matthews and Mn. Several times, the tricky magician after leaving story of the
those two schools but I tm the reading of the Bible at 4 r Ed Wheeler; two sons, Ronald, used children from the i adventure

ashamed that there were only P.T.A. meetings. r'llnlw' Wwr la'' living In Iowa, and Stephen, stationed audience in his stunts. At o n e Donnell Ford and were : on pano-,
two" Mrs. Gass urged local Spessard Holland P.T.A.'s: invitation with the Navy Air Force point, Mars did a humorous Dot covering nine
units to strive for improvement. to the council to hold In California. Ue trick with Chuck Wortham ruary.NEW .
a spectacular *
Felix Murrell, principal of its January meeting there was +www..wn'''l\.i -- Marie wanted to stress that which brought giggles from the ( ) **
DeLaura Junior High, extended gratefully accepted. I the Dorcas program "helps ev youngsters and, another time, Kennedy )is 7
welcome to council members inviting TURKEY ENCORE eryone" The welfare center Is used Steve Sasko in his "head two days .

them to inspect the school Jaycee Wives Club I Leftover turkey becomes a second-day feast when com- open each Wednesday and donations chopping trick". One very mystifying John, turned i Thanks
be received at this
in may trick was done with live
its doors They
plant which opened Auction Success' bined with peas and mushrooms in a deftly seasoned sauce and
September.Mrs. Big time. Anyone wanting to donate young Patty Cruke. Patty was Mrs. John F.
served shortcake-fashion over hot bread. The creamed all who have
corn clothing should phone Marie with several other
on stage York City
Gass announced that 13 The home of Mrs. Douglas turkey mixture Is made In one saucepot in a matter of min (267-M94), Claude Clawson ((2B7- children when Mars told her to to send flowers,

delegates from Brevard county Ahrens at 80 Falrglen was the vies-an Idea welcome to any cook. The shortcake Js ,made from 0588)), or the church ((267-8893)). be real stiff and keep her eyes while I was In
were In attendance at the state setting for the Jaycee Wives corn bread mix with chopped pepper for flavor aocenLCreamed : closed. lie picked her up, put AF and since I have
congress Mrs. D K Santee, Mr auction on Tuesday. I also wish to
A workshop will be held next her on a board at the rear of To
Fred Fennema, Mrs. L, W. Powell Mrs. William H. Clark and Save Tuesday morning for the busy the stage, removed the stands who have stop

and brief Mrs.talks Kennth about Stuckey convention -I Mrs.. Stephen Pantano, hostesses 1 package frozen peas ((10 oz) 1 can mushrooms (4 or.: ) Beta' Sigma Phi gals who are from under it and "presto" had .
gave auctioneers, are pleased to for their festive
2 cooked 3 preparing Patty suspended in air. Of Robert Hudson
highlights.A cups cut-up turkey tablespoons Hour William
announce that the auction wasa
I Christmas dance at Whispering
all the children fill
course were
1 tablespoon butter 1 tall can evaporated milk General
bus uala4'I
recommendation that a complete success. ;
Hills Country Club on Dec. 11.
safety training program be I Mrs. Albert Bender reported JA' cup chopped pimiento ((1 & 2/J cups) The group will meet at the returned ed with questions to her seat.when Patty force, will

adopted was discussed and a I to the club that the Clubhouse 2 teaspoons grated onion Hot corn bread home of Joy (Mrs. William) My Over $3,000 worth of tickets members ministrators dJ:
committee was appointed to Benefit Bake Sale was also very 107 Echo Circle '
the by-laws and successful Cook peas according to package directions, but shorten were sold for this Lion's Club lie Yacht
study propose cooking: Ume to 1 to 4 minutes. Stir in turkey, then butter, pun- I In view of
changes: at a called meeting of Members* and guests presentwere lento: onion, mushrooms with their liquid. Remove from heat. I Virginia (Mrs. Bert) Cass, 7 Printed Pattern Defense
in Mrs Robert McConnell
'the council January Palrglen Dr., gave a report on
Stir in Hour, blending well; then gradually stir in evaporated 9036 SIZES 34-4
Floyd Hessler presented a Mrs. John Hopkins, Mrs Thomas the recent state P-TA convention -
certificate from the U.S. Treasury Montgomery, Mrs Donald I milk. Return to heat and cook over medium heat until thicken. in Bradenton,' along with subject,, THEPERFECT
f' department in recognition of Heacock, Mrs. Dale Freeman, ed, stirring constantly. Add salt, If needed, and serve hot over the county's other delegates, at topical and '"
the council's support of fit! Mrs Henry Thecd, Mrs John Pepper Corn Bread. Makes I servings. last Monday's County Council of A noted

U.S. Savings Stamp program. Lane, Mrs. Robert Lehman, Pepper Cern Bread P-TA meeting at DeLaura Junior l Mr. Munves GIFT FOR
School and P.T.A. policies Mrs. Virgil Mullinburg, Mrs. Andrew High School In Satellite s lor's degree '
were discussed by Mrs. Hugh Workum, Mrs. Roger Mal. Prepare 1 package corn bread mix ((10 oz.) according to Beach. Virginia, president of the F of New York HIM

r EVans, Mrs. Rouel Platt, and lory, Mrs. James Lovan and package directions Mix In % cup finely chopped green pepper. County Council, was very enthusiastic degrees from
Lou Coleman. Hidden in the gen Mrs Donald Jones Bake according to package directions. When ready to serve, about the conventionand gay versity University.and

split hot corn bread into two layers. Ladle half of turkey mixture about the progress being
I Walnut Road Frosting I bottom made in this county. Sponsored : /
Rocky over layer, spreading evenly. Replace top layer dy chapter
The weather beau.tlful'
was "just
and ladle mixture it. Garnish with '
remaining turkey over parsley sociation of 49'
for the convention, which
if desired.Women.
had 1200 delegates for the three (I tract NO MORE TO
day session. Out of 15 Brevard ing will also BEST

County delegates, eight were members of
Becoming ImportantIn from North Brevard. The first Bar
In the pm. will be
; day was spent legislation
meeting, discussing the propos ,jwshlp, :
And ,
Business ,
Industry and
ed state platform. Virgin. ,
la was quite proud that some of evening's

TALLAHASSEE-Women are Florida \labor force increased II the proposal suggestions from Professional The
Brevard County were accepted
i becoming Increasingly more cent. ,
per Because of from rators is an
important in all aspects of the The number of women grew' a proposal School Ished to
growth and complexity of Floe tremendously in every occupational CoquIna the Elementary overloaded school con Ideals of
Ida', modern business and Industry. category except agriculture cerning and contract
p buses, there is now a state-
and common labor.
wide project concerning this I ,
In review of in the
a women The number of women in farm; .
Florida labor market, State Industrial management and labor declinedby problem.AD the delegates worked real

Commission Chairman 15 and 20 per cent during the hard at the convention (up to
Ronald S. Spencer Jr., said, decade. '
"The Increased Importance of 10 p.m. each night), but the sessions
were "informative and interesting"
women in virtually every occupation The increased in the number HAMILTON
has paralleled the continued of clerical workers from 1030 to and the speakers
excellent. New officers FROM
growth and expansion of 1960 was the largest of any were 39.95
were Installed and awards were
Florida business and In category.: presented to outstanding P-TA Term

dustry.demonstrated This is the spectacularly Increased It jumped 140'per cent to a organizations throughout t h estate 1,
total of 157,7T81n WO. The professional Two "local unit achievement 'Printed :
Pattern Mil
numbers of working women. : Wornn JEWELRY
; and technical categorywas awards" were awarded to 't Slit af, 38, II. 40( U, 44.
In a 10 year period, the number next, 101 per cent to 69.(03 .- Brevard schools, Sea Park Elementary 4<. 48 Sire |( require *',
.. .1 ij --h.,. of women in the Florida labor craftsmen foreman, up 14 and Harbor City Ele ytrdi Smack ',brle. Big Apple PlazaTitusvlltetr
want aomethlnc rich and special yet not time force jumped II per cent, per cent to 5.JJ3; service workers mentary, with the Brevard FIFTY CENTS In coin for
eoniuminf When you to try Walnut Rocky Road Frosting, Every from 332,7(8 in 1130 to 133838 up 13 per cent to 14,132, Council receiving an award for for this pattern .- aid l.t cents
prepare each .
body like chocolate and Diamond Walnuta together and will In WO, Spencer said. sales workers, up 78 per cent being the first council to start mailing and pattern for lst-rlass
enpecially enjoy this rotting en a favorite cake made quickly That represented a 180 per to 48,342; managers propriet the stamp saving programs In Send to Sl'WlfllO.r| l'at<
from parkaned mi* Try thii famed dill end en ef eheot freih cent jump over 140. ors, up 62 per cent to 32,231; the schools. tern J pepL, 2:12: \\'...t 18th M.,
cake tasting, too.walnut or for from Individual California cupcakea.In your local ator plenty, Choose them Spencer pointed out that while operatives machines, etc., up Virginia tells us the people of for New Yolk II, N. V Send| Oo,..
(In,tha.ihell In cellophane begs or already .h.lh.d in handy the number of women, 14 years 59 per cent to M,40'; and domestics Bradtnton were "just wonder our Valor new" all-Winter. CIMIIKJH ,i bwde' Pat.tein
vacuum can or clear baft.Walnut old and up, In the population in. up 58 per cent to 74- ful" On the last day, they fund for Ono Free "att rn.
Rocky: ..... rowing' creased 72 per cent to 1.1211.2 737. presented I special pageant, :=
during the decade of the fifties, ?
1 6 ounce package (1eup) aemi- 1 era r
sweet chocolate morsels 1H W miniature the number of women in the
I/ butter minhmalloweIV \
% cup cup lifted 1 C'\Ip| chopped Diamond WANT MORE F Oft YOUR MOKE vKEEf t
,, 1 1 teaspoon tableepooni vanilla icalded Walnuta DON'S Floral Art YOUR feVE OK* GRANTS.

Melt chocolate over hot (not boiling) water In bowl mix Your flower needs \ \
butter lunar, milk and vanilla; beat in .... Add chocolate, my specialty" ) 1.o'fl"w" fine meals at budgetChicken prlGIANS'K e
starring till blended. Stir In walnut and mirihmallowa. Makesenough
frosting for an 5-inch or 8 inch two layer cake. 267.8527 j a

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,,w.,, Novambar V 1H4 TBuwn.l.rld..) Sf.r- Va.." Pap I

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was drafted Into the Army and
"Grandma I went to France with the AEF
Christmas Greetings By
I They were stationed at Brest,

France, when the ArmisdQt was

tAitA Nnoe tad Notes declared and in due court, he
/ came back to the State It will I
o) Norris Brerardo. be remembered that while servIce I
men were in the throes of
being returned home and gating

.1 their discharges, the American
M -f. y Legion was formed.

After he got out of the service

he and Jennie settled on
Long Island, N.Y. and one of the
'fi \, ptrJonals first things be did after coming
out was to help form, together

., Mr. and Mrs. Andy Young with 17 other ex-service men,
}. : have left for Tennessee to collect Legion\ Post 1738 of West IsUp,

their children, who have L.I. He told us with nrMe '''"t.
le of the nf'IL'1I1'1''h.1! i
with their was one
been visiting grandparents
Juel ter Members of this Post or n f
Mr. and Mrs.
r3A American Legion snit ht i >
.V Wood. .
WFS, wen a member or the Ann .
Brad- lean Legion! In 11'1111 i *t Mr. and Mrs. Charles
since. His first 1
field, 235 Stuart Ave., are visit ever quest.
ZL. ) ing relatives in Jacksonville was "Is there a Legion Po I
here?" When told that Post No.
the week
during Thanksgiving
end. t t I was In this area, he wanted
to join right away.

I 0Lrrrr While in Long Island, he went
ri Emma Lou Winstead, daughter Into the building and constriction
of Mr. and Mrs. R. C W instead business until 1957 when he

i ___ is in Orange Memorial Grandma Moan Chrittmaa earJa ara appoartnf .f.!. for thaW and Jennie decided to go backto
Km ta Marly detail. Hallmark LanU If ffrrlna; .. .C
Orlando. Si
and live there. ,
Hospital .
) : Norway
Iwr typical Maw England arcMM of ..nhU., ago, "Oat for the A.I. .
Orl...... Traa." No other artlrt ..*r arhkvmi inch popularity back they went They visited
Miss Pamela Parrish, pre Uirirtma. earrft at Grandma, the lillU old lady who rtartrdKUUaC his birthplace 'Bergen" and
sently attending FSU, and Miss I. liar 70'a and orad to world-wlda fan.. Mia ..l..4 In her hometown, "Flokkefjord" A
Mary Jackson Parrish, present .... a.. of 101. good translation of her hometown *

ly attending Ashley Hall, would be "Lively-Stream",

Charleston S. C., daughter of six In Non
Christmas BazaarThe They spent years
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Parrishare Thanksgiving Visit I. R. C. NEWSContinued way and then the yen to come

here for the holidays. Women's Club meeting, ,To County Home back to these United States became

to be held on Monday, Dec. 7, J over powering and back
-- Mr. and Mrs. David Loving at t p.m. at the Women's Club'II By FG NewcomersMembers From Page they came. Then last winter

ton are visiting with his parents Building, will be the official of Florida Riveters ville High School. they went back to Norway to
:.:- Mr. and Mrs. D. Coving opening of the Christmas Baz made This "Red Rose" of Indian sell their home there, and have
-. ton in Pensacola over Thanksgiving Newcomers a River City Is as perfect In Its ing just come back, they cameto
; weekend. aar.The building will be decorated Thanksgiving visit to the residents scope for It Is almost an Art' Florida and have settled in
of the County
Indian River City.
with booths having Museum.
::, ... .J Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Christmas decorations, flower Home on Wednesday.Mr These are the two new clti-

k.:.. -- -... Nason, 1808 Hamlin Court, are arrangements, bake goods: and Mrs. Day, who are NtwcomarsMr lens to which Indian River City
entertaining his cousins Mr. homemade gifts and a white In charge of the home welcomed has fallen heir. Both of them belle
NEW WELFARE LEADER Mrs. ington Ave. Mrs Tyler recently took and Mrs. Herbert Frazier, elephant booth with many unusual Mrs. Vivian McPhllllps, and Mrs. Peter Hanion their age as they both look

Bennie Tyler was busy this week sort- over as leader of the service upon the Pompano Beach over the surprises for those who service chairman, who was accompanied are newcomers to Indian River younger and healthy There Is

Ing clothes in the new Seventh Day retirement of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thanksgiving weekend. attend. The Bazaar will be by Mrs. Tat Reth- City and they have Just bought no doubt that busy people like

Adventist Welfare Service building at Wienser, leaders of the service for open from Z p.m until 8 p.m. Inn, Mrs. Claudia Zanetta and their own home at 243 Pine them will find an outlet for
the rear of the church on No. Wash 12} years.-Carlson Photo. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J, and the public is invited. Mrs. Bea Morris. Lane, from W, W James Sr. their energy In our community
Close, Fern Avenue, entertained Their Is "Welcome" tour
story an absorbing one and so we say,
Hired A VFW Hall her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kirk Owens, and son, Rod. The "Folks" there enjoyedthe and we want to acquaint our > new Citizens
Mr and gifts presented them but enJoyed
and her grandparents
John C Crain of Cocoa, gee community with these newcomers -
"Carousel"OneOfBroadway'sGreats For Turkey DinnerSALT he rslster, Mrs. Kay McDanieland Mrs. Downing Williams, all of the visit more. Present who will without doubt,
TLT To Stage Ellzaville Mr. and Mrs plans are to make these visits
son, Mike, over Thanksgiv\ make a valuable contribution to
. LAKE CITY, Utah ing. Stuart Owens, Albany, Ga, once a month, they give so the citizenry of this city.
(AP) Thanksgiving was over the Thanksgiving holidays. much pleasure to the residentsand .
born In and
members of the Newcom Peter was Norway
something of a problem for Mrs.
The Jayhugh Leutwylers are
Club well. came to the United States at the
family ers as
Stephen C. Marchant. The her father Mr. Mr. and Mrs. David Korne-
entertaining I age of H Ills wife, J. n nit l ,
turnout of 58 was so large she Young Brice, of Waco, Tex. gay, Hwy. 40, are entertaining came from the same countryand
Once again the patrons of the ported by June Carter Jewel had to use the VFW Hall. sister and children, Mrs. Carol Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Shoate Pink Lady Ball she was 22 when she land

Tltusville Little Theater will be Bradfield. Mel Swingler, Nan Attending the family dinner Carroll Cheryl and Charotte,, from Jacksonville, NC, this Cancelled ed In this country They never

given the opportunity to see Wislon, Ken Morton and Dr. Thursday were her 7 daughters, from Houston, Tex. weekend. knew each other previously, but '9JtJ-
one of \ Broadways all time Robert Stiff to sing these and 8 sons and their 43 children. Due to the unavailability of a somehow they both got to the

greats. CAROUSEL, Rodgersand other songs. Three other sons-in.law were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith Mr and Mrs. C. L. Klein. place to hold the Annual Pink State of Montana. Pete, as he
Hammersteln's musical, Cast members include Rosemary unable to attend. spent Thanksgiving in Orlando schmidt are entertaining her Ladles Ball, one of the season'stop likes to be called, railroaded for
Dec. 4-5',and 11 and 12 at 8:15: Decker, George Mahan, with Mr. and Mr. Joe Swan and aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. social events has been cancelled 20 years and for nine years he

pm. Patsy Blackman, Charles The clan came from various family. George Crystler, El Paso, according to Mrs. Roy worked in the copper mines In FltoarsT&:
Chambers, Nova Ramsey, Nita parts of Utah, Idaho and Neva. Tex., during the weekend. Ramsey, chairman. Butte and Anaconda, Mont GREMHOUS

It has with a such delightful hits as "JuneIs music PrItchard Paul Sullivan, Peggy da for the family get-together. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Willis'\ daughter Mrs. Ramsey announced however While there, he met Jennie and ,h.ne AM 7-445
score Goad, Susan Gamble, Jan Kin- Diane, flew home from Davis Wilson and family of they got married. They have no U. S.
Bustin' Out All Over", "If I Morrie the Pink Ladles will sponsor tai N. DUI Hwy. ( 1))
Loved You", and "You'll Never son, Marjorie Fyke, Queens College, Charolotte, N. Cocoa, and Wm. Wilson of a float In the Chrtstmai children. I INDIAN kWIR CITY
Walk !." Blitch, Ed Austin, Pat Vlnskus, Texas Woman C. for the Thanksgiving holi Gainesville were Thanksgiving Parade, depleting the work and During World War I, Pelt t -
T 0. Smith, Mary Gamble, ----- ---
fJof't days Day visitors at the home of time devoted to Jess Partial!
Roseann Crouch, director, and Mary Henson. their mother, Mrs. W, D. Wil Memorial Hospital. ; .P "
has chosen such well known Wanda Wyckoff, recent director Celebrates Mr and Mrs. Carlos Spring son

local talents such as John Hogan of My Fair Lady, in which. field, Carter Road have her
and Elma Scott costar, sup. a number of TLT actors performed Mr. and Mrs. Harold THE DORIS LAMP SHOP
parents Mrs. F. A. China has been
so excellently join 100 YearsDALLAS Lamp Stylists
Roseann assistant director.We Sherrod, Chattanooga, Tenn.. confined to her home at 1314
as visiting with them during Riverside Dr, several weeks IMPORTS
Daddys Couldn't Be are honored to have Ed What Does
Thanksgiving.\ because of a fall at her homo DICORATOR II
Art AP Pearle
Home Wives Took Stevenson and the League Tex. ( ) CUSTOM
doing the backdrops for the Cole, physically frail but militant .
I Phil Crannell son of Mr and at .. 104 tcha .
Thanksgiving day guests 0 r
Turkey Dinners play. And, of course, what In spirit, marked her 100th
Mrs. Phillip Crannell, 1850 the H. H. Hudson home were *.. Seem Oldest & Largest
would a musical be without our,
birthday today. 1
he Hamlin Court, Is home from Robert Fenton and family of All Sla..1
dear Jake Hannemon. .
EVANSTON, HI. (AP) The On the eve of the anniversaryshe the University of Florida\ Winter Park, Mr. and Mrs.F. .
really makes the music excit All Sh.pell
daddies couldn't be home for Gainsvllle, for Thanksgiving E. Waechter and daughters, ''C ,
Thanksgiving dinner, so they ing to hear. told a reporter, "When I Misses Ruth and Marge of Orlando Colonl Mean?

cooked their dinner at work and Tickets will be available was a girl civilization was just Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blythe, and the R H. Hudson THE DORIS LAMP SHOP

Invited the moms and the kids from cast members or by call I like it Is now only it's gottena 108 W, Virginia Drive, are entertaining family and Mrs. Edna Russ ofTituavtll. P.... l.... NI"NdAT. ... 1
to dine with them there. ing Elnora Robinson ((2(7-0259)) whole lot worse." her parents, Mr and .. TL.1.11 PONT 011.1101. cia
for reservations. Contact Jean 1-We have the experience ((30 years) to help

The festive boards were Holley ((287-1533)) for 1965 seaI you avoid financial pitfalls.
spread in front of four gleaming ,
tickets. I
fire fighting engines, because' son SANTA'S COMING! i: 2-We have the resources to meet your financial .

at work happened to be the 'OPEN HOUSE' POSTPONED needs.

main Evanston fire station. i When you honor us with your business, you'll
The North Brevard Rehabilitation
The women, for a change had II Center and the Normandy T find us worthy and responsible.
only one thing to do. They were I
School house'
told by the 12-man Thanksgiving I I 'open ,
which was scheduled for Dec.
shift of firemen: "If
Day '
J, has been postponed until 0M
we have to go to a fire, keep
Jan. %8.
a Yi-- i
the food warm. BE u -p 1 1R

The guests, seated at five li ACTORS TO MEET I WI PAY
nen-covered tables in the fire I
station, Included 11 wives, one Mask and Hammer Players OPENSUNDAY 4% INTIUIT
fiancee, a fireman's mother and will meet tonight at t p.m. at ,lit VUlt
kids of all ages.A the home of Mrs. Wanda Wy- I!
cokoff, 4233 Deauville St, South
restaurant loaned china for Lake Village, for a special I .", ,.-., Ovarfarlyl'

the occasion and a neighboring meeting. AU members are NOVEMBER 2 h N. "C.rtlfl..t. W D...*.."
Masonic temple loaned silver I urged to attend.
Na The menu Included buckets of

sweet potatoes, two 20-pound FLOWERS FRAN 12 NOON wg HAytf A Yaw PUM!, Arc AI..,* Avdfabla'

turkeys a 10-pound ham, pots IIG IRE.w .
of dressing and all the trimmings "Notice.It"" Super''''" 'TJL 7 P.M. ...

followed by mints. forChristmas FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS
7j L
PartUs ,
was appointed head of the dishwashing Home and Offlc.DecoratloD" SALE '

squad because he was NOW I Citizens Bank i

the only bachelor In the crew. ......., Ftortofa T.t D.n....
He's being married Saturday. lilt Garden St. 147-JUS GOING ONI

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MR. NOVAK -- ALL OP YOU of supersonic transports a> programmed I I IRC Directory
v: 3 '' NASA To Use Boeing 707 by NASA.
r Delivered
it T'ltA'.LF' (AP Five and a Being
half pages of Prague neVI tel.Ii The modification will
Mil I ephone book ibis Uw name No several months to complete. Copies of the new Indian
Cfl vak Czechoslovakia's equivalent Prototype For SST StudiesThe Preliminary checkout( of the River City Firemen's Directory
will be
of Smith. equipment
being delivered to all
are now
Prague with a popaiitton of' National Aeronautic and Under the terms of the study, by neat ..priDiTbe air- The
one million has -1WO telephone i Administration has Langley pilots and nfrrm plane will be operated at Lung- Homes! in the tree. booksare
subscribers, the a e W a- Space and Boeing pilots wOl use the ley for several months. delivered only to homes,
awarded (".6 million contractto
agency Ceteka reported. prototype of the Boeing 707.I NASA used the prototype 717 where people are at home to
since 1961 all the cwmtry's The Boeing Company for Langtoy is at Hampton, Va. on a similar bull test Decem- accept them.

tl.MS communities have telephones dynamic flight simulation work The 707 prototype will be ber for a study of tow-speed The Firemen wish to advise

The highest to In the for the supersonic transport modified by I installationof flight problems. I I people who are not at home
observatory on Mt. Lonwteky delivery .Is attempted,
program.The major control and computer i when
Silt situated at an altitude of equipment! to permit complete unbaked mincemeat they may receive a copy at the
contract made by Putting an
t 632 meters in the High Tatra
ball located at the corner
mountains In Slovakia NASA's Langley Research Center simulasonte transport types pie in the freezer to serve fire
Novak has no meaning In one of the agency's chief The analog computer will be for a holiday dinner' Cut the of Coquina and Magnolia Avenues I There Is no charge for
< Ccoslasalt II probably derived laboratories conducting rr connected to the pilot's controls vents in the top crust lust after
books-donation are In
from the adjective uovi. search. on supersonic transport (for use on flights duplicatingthose you take it out of the freezer the '
which means new problems. of different configurations and bake it order --

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AWARDED NEW CAR-Bailey Davisof in his life" From left to right are Fr.

Eau Gallie was awarded a new 1065 Dominik Gullay; Fr. John B. O'Hare.

Dodge Dart as the grand prize winnerof pastor of the church; Davis; Ken Mor
I St. Teresa's Catholic Church's an- ton, member of the carnival executive

nual carnival Officials of the carni- committee; and Vern Jansen, memo

val recently turned over the keys to ber of the board.-Carlton Photo. t
Davis for "the first thing he ever won


MIAMI (AP) Some days it Air Force Programs Offer

doesn't pay to be a hero. Take ... ""... . : -%>.. .;
Lou) Burdak, 34: Educational OpportunitiesThe
He Jumped oft a causeway
bridge to save a drowning man.
Instead of hitting water, he door of opportunities Is gram This programs offers airmen .

landed on the fishing catwalk open to all Titusville area high the opportunity to attend RESPONSE
and broke his right ankle. school graduates, Technical Ser college full time on a year-. GREAT
round basis and gain a commission
rescued the
Another passerby geant Roy Fitzgerald, Air Force
as an officer.
victim. Burdak went to the hos
recruiter, announced this week. The Air Force has coupled
pital. "Qualified high school grad- formal education with technical

NOTICE rot BID uates, ages 17 to 27 inclusive, training to add new meaning to
Ui reeled Bou-4 bid of County will l be CommlMlon-rwalvtl by are eligible for these educational an old opportunity "learn TO A PLAIN SWfftMiNipCIS7MOSANDS
ere uo until nab o'clock A M. opportunities under two while you earn." These opportunities
:DetxmlMr 10 IMt, 'IB to. Corainltiilo "
.*r'i In Ik* Court Air Force programs, said I are available to t h o s e
feouM I rl-'I: ds, for Fitzgerald. who qualify for Air Force enlistment
lee (1) Micro-fllm cttnnnh. to Under "Operation Bootstrap" .
runt tho Jollowlnn R glfleitlon -
*! airmen study on base In their Sergeant Fitzgerald has all
L 16mm Must tempt film with both osnvtrnlon 15mm end spare time and then attend college the facts about Air Force education FlOC/f D7&
to b* m.d. by operator.S summer semester on a full opportunities. For additional
Film unit must Foists
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the when each home had a mice and rats for her kittens
win be moving a total weight of age all this Victorian discipline I ,
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.. Transfer '.Launch been half flattened, filled with distance. light switch and a rheostat
Area (ITL) on Cape Kennedy concrete, inserted in the wall Modification of the three locomotives switch that allows gradual
The veterans are 800 horse and secured with bailing wire. for use in the Titan change of light intensity from
power diesel locomotives builtin Slivers of wood were driven between III area included special braking off to full light, according to Lt. i
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or General Motors and with light gauge sheet metal graduated power throttle. Project Officer of the USth At-
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I Thweatt Sure" Satellite Would Win TitleOnly I I Quarter !King{

one person thought Satellite Beach would win Biles Terriers ,

the county championship.
And that was Head Coach Dan Thweatt of Satellite Coach John Gaines' Titusvffie
igh School Terriers baffle rid-
Beach.Surprised county sports writers, even this corner ifazfl en with Injuries since the open.

who picked Titusville and two others who picked Mel g game, closed out a weary
bourne and Cocoa, found out the hard way to never 64 football campaign here
underestimate the powed of the underdog. ednesday night losing to Sat-
To be truthful, this corner picked Satellite Beachto site Beach, the county champ.
place either fifth, or play the darkhorse role and win s 26in a Thanksgiving Eve
the championship. The writer made two passes at who :ounter on Draa Field
would win the championship and hit one squarely on z pproximately 4000 partisan
f. to watch the Terri
*;, eager
the nose and lost the other by a mile.
But, Tltusville's misfortune was not to be helped. h a .ee rv.bsere upset the Satellite, saw
m of their hopes washed
The Terriers played good ball when the occasion was a new coach and several tough opponents, including the a in the third quarter as the
needed, and at other times when the time and enviro- cashed in
big Orlando powers. Nothing bad to Cocoa this year. Ions on a long
ment did seem off, the Terriers were also off.There's -Itjr ; dri short then
As far as the county is concerned, they had a 4-1 record. a punt passed
no doubt, the one obstacle that stopped They only loss was to Satellite Beach. for long 43 yarder following
Titusville was injuries. Almost all key players on the
an Ides kick attempt that
Melbourne ranked third. there
but can'twin
was Wrong ,
squad were injured at least once. fall to easily take a 19.. half
them all. The had to about ,
Bulldogs nothing brag
It started with linemen. Sophomore standout Joe time tad over Titusville.
Don injured this year, with the exception of a good crop of sopho- M'b
Summers broke an arm during practice. Toney Th Terriers, finishing witha
a leg. Charlie Griffin suffered an ankle injury mores and Juniors. Next year, they'll probably blaze a not- -glamorous 3-5-2 record,
David Ward received an ankle injury and a bad shoulder trail back to the county championship.Eau madeVse of a strong defense

bruise. Charlie Huggins received an ankle injury. Bill Gallic, the highly overated team, said to have during lie first period, held Sat
Hardin received a bad cleat wound on the hand. Barry the best backfield in the county, never turned an end. ellite's Ken Hutcherson one of
Gouge received a broken collar bone. Gary Hart BUS That publicity was wrong. Eau Gallic had one of the the bed fullbacks in Brevardto
tained a broken wrist. Howard Bain and George Eichert best defensive lines in the county. The Commodore short ardage, but mis-cued
played all year long with bad ankles.In backfield was touted too much. on sevem plays that seemingly
a nutshell, that's what happened to Titusville. Cocoa Beach will be one of the best teams in Brevard got the borpions moving.
next They upset several teams during their first p Ledgan b Hutcherson, who be-
They never got to play one game with all healthy year.
athletes.We. outing in'64, and are bound to do the same in '65 They'll # 4Yu brea ng lose in the third

picked Cocoa to come in second. We were right only lose about three players off the first string. period h Ray Yerg, 150 pound

for once. The Tigers, had a fairly green ball club, under How did Satellite win the county championship? Junior with assl ack ce on when the ground needed
It all started three when school
years ago a new
with Quart back Errol Potter'swith
opened up on the beach between Cocoa and Melbourne s arm, g Mike

Beach.Dan Dunn, Satelte scored Its first
Thweatt coached football there for two years touchdown iortly after the sec.
Final Standings"BIG GALLOPIN HUGGINS "Mr. Do yards Friday night against Satellite
and was almost to embarassed to say what would happen I Everything" Charlie Huggins, 185 Beach.-S-A Photo. ond quarter started. Hutcherson

(Continued On Page 11) pound senior quarterback steps off 13 took the command post, carried
SIX"Team about 50 pert\ cent of the time,
and marched his team from the
Won Lost Tied Satellite 20, dlretfly through Ti-
Satellite 5 0 0 The Titusville-Satellite Beach tusville's touted efense where
Yerg carried ac psi from the
Cocoa 4 1 0 one yard line fc the score., '

Titusville 2 2 1 It didn't take]ItelUte I..a I,
before they pulled another of
Melbourne 1 3 1 Story Play By PlayFirst then, tricks' out 'if a bag full .

Eau Gallic 1 4 0 of Hoodeeny secnts:
After giving !Titusville a
Cocoa Beach 1 4 0 chance at the nil, Satellite
back on their own 28. Barbour seconds left In the first half A ran to the T21.
Quarter added five, then ran to the 38 Second QuarterYerg pass> to Bain was incomplete, Barbour got three, Hutcherson found itself 36 in post;scion after on the
ALL GAMES yard line. On third and 12, Potter then Huggins' passed to Long gained eight to the Til. Potter Terriers yard fine a
Grissom kicked off for Titus- attempted a pass, however picked up eight, Hutch. in the flats and he carried fumbled but recovered and losta short puntBig Hutcherson
Team Won Lost Tied vine and Eyman received for the ball was knocked from his erson gained nine to the S49 across for the Touchdown. Gris yard. Dunn lost two and Pot. the 100 ,110 ae5.2 pounderwho
was pickedup
Satellite on his own SO and ran lands and Grissom recoveredfor then seven more, carrying the som kick failed. Titusville 7, Satellite ter's pass to Dunn was incom
eight yards to die T26, then
Satellite 8 1 1 back to the S35. Titusville on the S35 Scorpions into Terrier territory, 13. plete. Satellite received a five
two later, P tter, the
plays Junior
Cocoa 7 3 1 Potter got six yards off left Huggins' pass to Bain fell incomplete on the 44. Yerg picked up an The Terriers were offsides on yard penalty, then Potter lost quarterback ht Dunn on the
Titusville 3 5 2 tackle, then ran to the S48 yard then Huggins passedto other first at the 40, then added the first on sides kick attemptand two more yards and the Terriers run for a 28 yard pass and their
line for a first down. Edwards who( ran to the S10 two more. Hutcherson carried to were penalized five yards took over on their own If. second :
tally.TltusvWe'a j I
Eau Gallic 4 6 0 Yerg gained four, but Satellite yard line The Terriers receivedan the SI. On third and one, Pot. back to the TJ5 Graham recovered A pass to Zimmerman was in- Clarlle Huggins a I
offsides the offsldes penalty, movingthe ter was held to no gain then for Satellite on the secondon complete, a pass to Bain gained I
MelbourneCocoa 3 6 1 was moving thorn in the se of opponents
ball back on the S40 A passto Hutcherson moved off tackle for sides kick attempt on the one yard Huggins' pass to
ball back to the Yerg gained all his running
Beach 3 7 0 Long gained 10 yards and an. Long was knocked down and year long 4th
six to the 50, but a 15 yard << one yard and the first down. T43 with 32 seconds left. ability, chalked off 23 yards In
other to Ewards carriedthe On the Huggins kick was downed 13
the pass Yerg circled right end for first play from scrimmage -
penalty placed Scorpions two different carries, after
Terriers to the S18. II ug. nine, then added 15 more around Potter passed to Dunn fora yards from scrimmage on the (
gins lost one, a pass to Zimmerman end. Hutcherson was held for no 43 yard touchdown play. A T29 Potter ran to the T15, but sophomore Satellite's Dawy ktk Quinn off to returned the
was incomplete. On gain, then carried off tackle pass to Dunn for the extra point Satellite was penalized for back.
Terriers 42. Satllite received a
third down, Hugins lost tour, again to the Terrier one. Yerg was incomplete. Titusville 8, field in motion. Potter was held
15 and Titusville
and Huggins' pass to Long was carried across from the one Satellite 19.Hutcherson's. for no gain, a pass to Yerg was yard penalt d
4 complete to the Sll, but lackedone yard line for the score. Foster's kick was taken incomplete. was knocked the pay-dirt

r-T yard getting the first downso kick for the extra point was by Huggins on the T25 and returned (Continued On Page 11)) (Continued ty Peg 11))
Satellite took over. good. Titusville 0, Satellite 7. to the TO Huggins lost
Hutcherson gained five, Yerg Drake kicked to Quinn on the two as the half ended. Titusville
got four more and Potter lost T12, and Quinn returned the 6, Satellite 19.Third .
two. On fourth down, Y era ball to the T37. 1CASII1ONE
: kicked to the midfield strip, Long lost six, and a holding QuarterSatellite
however the ball was touched by penalty against the Terriers wu
Long and Wino recovered for declined. Hugglns was chased
: : : Satellite on the 548. back to the T24 yard line, and received a 15 yard
r r 9eL Yerg fumbled on the next another pass to Bain was knock. penalty on the final play of the
play and McBride recovered ed down. On fourth down, Ed- first half and kicked off from DAY SERVICE
for Titusville wards kick was short and their own 25 yard line. Worth-
Bain picked up two, and Satellite downed on the T38 am received for the Terriers on $50.00 $600.00
received a 15 yard penal. Hutcherson picked up eight his own 30 and ran to the T46 to

ty placing the Terriers with a yards to the T26, Yerg was Long gained three, Hugginswas
first down on the S28. A Jump held for no gain, then Potter hit held for no gain and a pass
pass to Edwards was incomplete Dunn on a 21 yard pass play for to Zimmerman was Incomplete. 267i33i:
f Long gained seven, anda the touchdown. Extra point Huggins kick: went to the S38.
F pass to Long was Incomplete. failed Titusville 0, Satellite 13. Yerg gained eight and Hutch
Titusville was penalized 13 Hutcherson kicked to Quinn erson picked up three to the 39
yards for Illegal use of the on the T20 and Quinn managedto for a first. Hutcherson was
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more and a first down as the face gear, giving the Terriers a
:, quarter ended. First Quartet: first from the Sllortham .
Titusville 0 Satellite 0. gained two with 52

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It.ot Charlie Huggins had to scamper on this pass play was Satellite Beach's quarterback Errol Potter's and an unidentified end and linebacker put the Titusvllle's game with Satellite END The outcome of
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>fret RAMBLIN' With RONNIE allzcd 15 yards to the Tit Ey-. again Huggins punt went to the
Plays man lost seven, and Bain inter S45, with 1:12: left in the
Continued From Page 10 game.
tdit I Waterfowl Hunt On North ceptcd Eyman's pass on ghe 38 Cinch picked up seven to the
in seasons to come except we might be able to win the Continued From Page 10Potter's yard line.Huggins. Ttf. Foster added five, and Ey

county title in three years. lost seven, Muggins' man passed to Eason for five
'AtI 'I One of the three newest schools In Brevard, the head knocked down pass and to the Dunn Terriers was pass to Zimmerman was incom yards, on the 1'38.

st. Merritt Island Successful they coach showed started his Scorpion team with all sophomores took over again, from their own plete. On third down, the Terriers Eyman passed to Puglli: 04
c.'d some Improvement as juniors then
one formed like professionals this year. Of course, they per had i 31 A pass to Zimmerman wasintercepted tried to kick, but the pass the T15. Satellite was penalised
several transfer students who by Yerg on the 27 from center went over' Kahn's five yards for illegal procedure
helped situation
An estimated 200 ducks were during the opening days were 12 blue.winged teal. Florida duck, siderably.Despite. con yard line and ran back to the head and downed on the T3, but then Pyman tort IS yards as the
checked at Security Gate S on different species of duck. Most I(I phi-tan bald and T31 \erg gained seven and Satellite received five
pate a ball
18+ the North Merritt Island National .I the green- having a near all-senior team this year, threeof Hutchenon' added three for a yard game ended. TttusvQe 1.
common was ringnecked teal
1. winged the four players which almost penalty and the Terriers kicked Satellite 28.
wildlife< Wednesday and single handtdly defeated first down, at the T20. Ilutcher-
'II Thursday during the opening Titusville, will return next! year That's their son gained two, Dunn lost two I .
days of the first public water Satellite Beach WinsContinued quarterback and two halfbacks. They'll miss the serv as the third quarter ended. Sat.
" 4 fowl hunt, according to Refuge ices of Ken Hutchersott, this corner's pick for AH-Brevard Butte 19, TItukville ..
Manager Curtis Wilson. fullback honors. I
:i From Page 10 and assisted on four others.

IJI Ifu took Wilson part said In the some two 100 day hunters hunt, door from for the the SU.first time all night Griffin Also,on the the 210 line pound, was Charlie middle Ogle's High Series I his Gateway Lanes team to a Fourth Quarter I REMODEyour I

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for today and Saturday. Three plays later Huggins guard, who made five tackles, Paces Gateway Team II I S.0 victory over Cocoa Bowl- Yerg added five to the T1S,
i 0 teamed up with Glenn Long, one along with teammate guards I erama and on fourth and five, '(erg
) "Everything went according of three Juniors in the back. Don Stansell, who had four and Jim Ogle's 839 series, scored gained nine more around end to
t : to the book, Wilson said. Hunt field, who raced 17 yards for Mike Steblck with three. I with consecutive games of 202- led the Hughey's River Lanes 245828 aides the Tt Barbour picked up three,
ers obeyed refuge rules and Titusville's first and last The accomplishments of little 213.224 and 200, led the Gate squad to a. hen one, then scored on the
.. regulations! had no trouble finding touchdown of the game. Grissom' Dan Quinn, the 135 pound halfback way Lanes team into a tie for 3.0 victory over the league leadIng third play Pass to Dunn was living room

1t 1I I their particular blinds and extra point attempt was who was moved up to the third place In the BPA Mens %.1 win Palace over Bowl Beach team Bowl.and a complete. Titusville I, Satellite family room or bedroom
most hunters brought back at
wide. i varsity unit after JayVee season Traveling Falstaff League at 28.
least one duck. .. ended, displayed lot of Satellite Saturday.Ogle's Cliff Geralds 236824, pacedthe
The on-sides kick which has a potential second place Satellite Lams Hardln received Hutchcrson' with GEORGIA-PACIFIC
t "Eighteen blinds were com hurt Titusville as a good running prospectand league high set pacedTill
nearly as muchas
team to a 3-0 conquest of Shore kick on the T25 and ran backto
pletely full on the first day and it has helped this year, failedon defensive halfback for Punt Lanes, although the Cocoa Bowl. REAL WOOD PANELING
I future t t the 87 yard line.A .
20 blinds were occupied by three the first attempt, as the next yearTitusvllle's, K lekol'.
I I hunters each bra the second day. victories included Yrdi KO R.lurn TI $4 I orama quintet followed with a pans to Bain was Incomplete
home team was offsides The_ summit. 0-3 u.sct of the Satellite Uoaih Rtmodtllni It fun when you vie Qeorflreclfl' reel
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"About the only real problems wins over Eau Game, cocoa TI then another pass to Zimmerman '.
second attempt also failed and nautili. team. wood paneling tare 4 ptneit are to easy la handle
the hunters are having is Beach and >.... Trln 14.4, I,..' K.t A,., fell short A pass to
Satellite once again had excellent Lyman, while they Hu..ln. 10 Jrt 21 ]> B quick to install mike my room' brighter, more
a means of (retrieving their field )position. reluctantly lost to Seabreeze, B.ln 1 I 0 II 1"Wortbam LEAGUE STANDINGS Long was Incomplete and Hug-/ llvttbltl $.. ut today and choose from' 1C Breflnltherf
ducks from the water once Colonial, Cocoa Satellite 1 t i 211 Palace Bowl 23 11 [Ins licked was downed on the .
Still not satisfied with and Lone S 10 I 4 M htrtwoodt-ftmlly proof flnlih' / for .lettlnt ..... *
they have made a kill Some what appeared to be a comfortable upset by DeLand. The two Kyn,.. 4 0 M -.. 0.0e.auu Satellite Lanes 23 13 S33. Titusvlllo was offsides.
hunters tried to wade the deep games were the Erclldoune Lanes 21 13 Creech was held to no gain, Ky
lead for halftime, Potter probably most Nan* Trlv* U.l. .....* Xt AttI .
canals and river edges, but casually faded back Into deep important U1U for Coach Gainrs Dun" w 4 m UTU Gateway Lanes 21 15 man paned to Fugllsi on the PANNING LUMBER
Tom T" t M 61 Cocoa Bowlerama 18 18 : CO.
found they were too deep and pass formation, spotted Dunn The Terriers held onto a Hutlnioe 14 12. T9 II ferried paw Pugllsl
consequently some ducks were. In the open for the second time big and rough Sanford team fora Toner 1Crock ,.0 I 10 River Lanes 17 II to the T15 Creech picked NEW U.S. I SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY
left behind because the hunters 1313 tie 4 t H 00 Beach Bowl 11 23 un six to the Tt Eyman
and also
and connected on a 43 yard pass tied Melbourne Harbour S I* t 1. PHONE 267-68IS
could not reach them. tnnphdnwn 1313. Potter t 14 11 t 0l Shore Lanes S 28 loot nine, and Satellite. was pen-

"Onily fdur hunters brought The second half, was mostly rim Down Xuihln ''r H 1' SH1A:
retrievers during the first two Satellite Beach. Pine Dowoi Fining 1 4
days.A I The Scorpions dominated play Tol rint.I Dnwa Pint Down Penalty 1 4 II 1
small boat, about eight feet all evening, giving Titusville a Pl...i From Hcrlmm.. 11 64 I
long Is pnjbably one of the best chance to go nowhere since the Yard Tend Gain Lost el-tinman ftcrlmmaii' ft 50 134 aa
means of retrieving the duck, Terriers could not come through Total Yard ....rlmm..* M 182
Wilson said They're easy to with the important third downplay P.PIAttempt.d.... Completed IT 4 II 4 I
load and unload and are ideal I Ytrdl Otln.d, Purina. 48 1:!II
Total Tart Orf for the existing conditions on Soon after a scoreless third P.Ilad 10 10
the island. period. Satellite scored Its' final Tumble' 1 4
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The refuge, opened for hunters touchdown. A one yard drive PunliPunUot I 1
Wednesday morning at 1:30: by Barbour. The pass for the extra Ararat. S4' 11

for the first legal day of duck point attempt was good to Taylor Places ThirdIn 411tH 41I At+'
I hunting. The proposal to allow Dunn and Satellite carried homea A#
I II I duck hunting on the island was 284 victory, and the Brevard Ft. Pierce Race
suggested by Wilson, and later County football championshipfor J. R. Taylor, 19 year old Tliusville -
approved by NASA and the Bu the first time In the historyof youth, won third place
reau of Sports Fisheries and the three year old school. Sunday in the late model stock t ?
Hatcheries. However, despite taking a i feature car race of the Central \ s
Hunters were asked to write schelacking on both the score- Florida Stock Car Racing Association y
to the refuge manager for dates board and the statistics, Titus- at the Gold Coast Speed.
they wanted to hunt the island.A vtlle's defense had one of their way In Fort Pierce.

public drawing was held to hardest hitting evenings in a Taylor was driving a 1934 : : ..woMM.
determine who would hunt, then, long timeHoward. Ford. (

the hunters were notified Bain who bas watch Winning first place In the fca- a.w.. SwM .. .
At Ae M.M+ n n .w A. ,. tiV
"However, wt will have some ed most of this year from 1 the hire race was Ronnie Bordon of r Itl J 3eJ.1. I IP
cancellations and some who win sidelines due to an injury, led Melbourne in a Studebaker.The .
not show up, so hunters who the Terrier tackle chart with 13 Central Florida StockCar
didn't make reservations can tackles and many assists. Racing Association donated dl
probably wait at the security On the line big Bill McBride, trophy for the feature race anda
gate until a cancellation comes played his finest game of the match race.
through and be Issued a permit year. The 185 pound Junior Super stock races will be held
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tof Mr.and Mrs. Ruben Neal Sr, of 1211 S. First Ave, _
Titusville, Is presented with his promotion certificateby J twitch 'em for your ,

the Construction Battalion Center Military Affairs V c< vnplcte: casual wardrobe Y2r a APv nrrCrasfa
Officer, Commander D. T Kean at a ceremony ;
held Nov. 17 at the Center In Pont Hueneme, Calif.
Neal was one of 15 enlisted men promoted after DOUBLE KNIT COTTONCOORDINATES
,successfully passing last August's Navy wide com-
petlve examinations for advancement in rating. r

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I Palm Harbor-Bellwood II III A +r'r ,, 'j knit in InU"bounce'comfort-with shap* Won't that snap lit the outer built.back !

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( Vera $lmm n ) Lunar Obitor program. N lining. Machine wallhable:; e
Mr. Nanklvil has been with
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mohler 14 and I ..--.
Boeing Company years
(were week-end guest of Mr. and the family has recently built a 4 only 2.99A. ewn

[Mrs Bob Hammond of Palm new home on the Indian River r frant.ow.nrile' CN........" r. .. Joni LANE
Harbor. The Mohlers from
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Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Clark elastic l waist. 8-16.. ERA 'TRIC-0-iINO' COTTON rtANtClL
1h 1 Mrs. Fred Buggies was a were recent visitors to Lees PRINT SHIRT |
I patient in Jess Parrish Memorial burg at the homes of Mr. I. Tapered Coprls. "Zeph. ncu.SPANDEX PAJAMAS
[ Hospital last week She Clark's four brothers and his I TT**. ida &'WI"', tab but.
[came home Friday and is feel sister, Mrs Wilson Hale. Mr. ton. Many color 816.C. .

[tog better Clark managed to get in some Slim iklrl. Wonderful sale 2 FOR $3 sale 1.57 sale 1,77
dove and quail hunting on with sweater or any blouso.
In. M. M. York has return- trip. Colon. 6 to 18. ..,,, rly M tar .*.. i.n .... ""
"rid to her borne in Perry after
la three week stay with the The Gene Howard family has t 3.99
(Floyd -Simmons family of Palm mover to Lake Parker Trailer only Hwivtnly comfort In aflk Unbelievably pretty lot MJ5 Dacron' polytstar

I Harbor Mrs York is Mrs.$1mmons' Villa near Plant City. They had C D. CeHi. |..... Nautical de- like, stretchy nylon tricot this low priced CMro and 35% Avril rayon.
f mother been residents of Palm Harbor f Iri 1M- Bran button on a with lite cup, wide from a variety of prtnU E xtra-lon g to stay tucktd.
June of this
Mrs. Theme Whiddon of since year. double breasted bcM styb. stretch straps.- ,324o.t with .Un "''rln*. 34-4a, Convertible collar,:30401
CaineviUe, and Mrs. Lowell Many color. 8-16.' .
Pritchard of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Boyd and
daughter and granddaughter of son, Gerald, have moved from
Mrs. York; came to Palm Hir- Palm Harbor to WhisperingPines
honors visit with the Simmons Trailer Park on highway : o" t 1
funky and to take Mrs. 50 in Indian River City. .ae'9 3.rPA Mnt7 'A '
York back home. 'tat e1 i "t1 *,S.,
Mrs. Whiddon and Mrs. Prit- a ;
Chard were at Palm Harbor Tax Assessor ,
only 24 hours, but crowded
every waking minute with fishing .
sight-seeing, shopping, and Seminar Set t 1I
a trip to the Dummltt Castle
They were much impressedwith Sixty-one counties will be WOMEN'S COLLARED MEN'S CUSHION r
the busy atmosphere of the represented at the fourth annual .
area and the nearness of the seminar sponsored by tax VINYL BOOTIE INSOLE WOC
missile launch: sites of Cape assessors of Florida in cooperation I
Kennedy.Mr. with the office of the state 5.L
sale 1.67 sale 3.47
comptroller: t. J Cnmli r.,.'
The seminar will be held Nov. w .
and Mrs.Fred Haley are
nevf residents of Palm Harbor. 30 through Dee. 1 to the House Cr.I.J.. Cr..,.P sMp C '" CO-IDJ'\IOYCI LANE'COTTON
They are originally from High chamber with more than 250 assessors SANFORIZED WHOM DOUItMACK iEIET
[Springs, and moved here from and deputies in attendance COTTON coftf/toft sol.. CAMPUS NOSE
[Madison. Mr. Haley Is employed Comptroller Ray E.!: Green FUrMl PAJAMAS FLANNEL PAJAMAS Colorful Cotton 8inw B.10. r..1mr..U.ieleu**. '11.'r. sale 37C
tort Brawn M
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I Hovdaill.Co.. Puval. Construction Bryant will comptroller address the and opening Gov. sale 2.27 scale 3.27 sale 57' R... .4*

session Monday .... 2.7 RH. 3 7 t .s NO IFS NO ANDS, NO BUTS .... .If ,;,' o I., nirw..r Full torn*
Donald Nanklvil returned .
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Sunday front a three week busl- Coat or dub middy fty U .Cod and sriddr / its SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Popular hnI.iith *
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an engineer with Boeing AIrcraft .
I, Company at Cape Ken- Advocate, 1 1st In circulation -

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Pine Grove Baptist St. Teresa's Church Of God

The Pine Grove Baptist Mission CatholicHours Church of God Hopkins Ave.,

T The Week of and announces! the following servo
Church News Of comer Spring of worship at St Teresa -
; Stanford Street, Sex ttamoor, annowcM Church ices of the week:
, s Catholic are announced
School 10
Sunday: Sunday ,
services as follows:
I i as follows by Rev Father
4r a.a.; Morning worship 11;
iI Sunday, 10 a.m., Sunday
John B. O'Hare pastor:
I School under the direction of Evangelistic\ service, 7 p.m.,
Sunday Masses! : T, 8:30: 10 with special Missionary service -.
For Titusville and North Brevard County : Ernest: Wooden with classes for
and 11:30: a.m. with retired missionary
\ ail ages; Morning worship, 11,
Deadline For Church News on These Pages I P. II. Wednesday Masses
with mctsagsa by Pastor Roe Weekly : Monday Rev. Henry Davis, In charge
I Johnson through Friday, I a.m; Satur- Tuesday, 7:30: p.m. Youth

The Sunday evening services day, 9am.Confessions. Service.

First ChurchOf Westwood Baptist ,. : mnlnll Grace Baptist 1st Assembly start at 8:80 with Baptist TrainIng Saturday 4-5 and Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Bible
I I Course under the directionof 7-8 p.m. study.
God Adds New Members
>rw1.MaSaw. ... Services for Grace Baptist Of God Lavern Johnson Evening .'

The services of the First I Rev. A. J. Howell, Pastor of Church are held in the Com I First, Assembly of God, 1212 worship hour Is at 7:30 with FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE '

Church of God will begin with Westwood Baptist Church local munity Church building on Old I,West Main SL, W. J Cox, pastor .. message by the pastor 1027 Park AT*. TltusvilU
Sunday School classes: at 10:00 ed in West Villas, one mile westof Dixie Highway as follows: announces services as follows Tuesday, 7:30: p.m., choir
: practice Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.. Sun. School 9:45 am. Worship Hour. 11 ass
this Sunday morning. Mlms, announces that:
o'clock Sunday: Bible School, 10 a.m.,
There will be classes for all there will be 11 additions to the with classes for all Adult Sunday/ : Sunday School, 9:43: prayer meeting with Bible study Youth Fellowship 6 p.m. Evangelistic Hour
ages ant: Morning worship, 10:43: and fellowship Thursday, 7:30': '
ages Church during a recent seriesof class is studying the Gospel of ; 7pm. Wed. midweek service. 7 p.m.
Evcjning worship 7:30: Brotherhood meeting and
The morning worship service services conducted by Rev John, Mrs Saidee Platt will Christ p.m. pm. THOMAS REAM MINISTER
will follow at 10:45: o'clock with Vernon Nelms of Tampa. The give a flannel graph lesson Ambassadors meet at Bible study. Welcome
on 7 3(1(. Mission Scriptural-Christ Centered-Everyon.
: p m Tuesday and Bible The pine Grove Baptist
the )JIstorRev.. Ronald Hold services were held in the new of "
the Bible
Martyrs Morn-
; study is conducted by the pastoron is a member of the Amerl Infants 8t Toddlers Nursery
bringing the morning mcs building, the congregation hay I
er ing worship, 11 a.m., with pastor's ': Association
Thursday nights at 7:30.: I can Baptist
used -
sage. ing a tent for about seven subject "The Five AuthorIties .
The Youth Fellowship will months previously atattsrt.aseRead "
( Which One Is Right? :
meet at 6;00 p.m. on Sunday The Sunday School has recently Psalm W:8-16 Youth meetings, 1 p.m.
evening In the home of the been re organized with Oza Come and hear, all you who

pastor, 3374 Elder St. E. Davis as superintendent, fear God, and I will tell what
The midweek prayer service Clarence Bourquin, secretary- he has done for me. (Psalm Christian, IRC

will be held on Wednesday treasurer, and the following aa 661: RSV) First Christian Church of Indian

evening at 7:30: p.m, in the teachers: Knowing how to say "thank River City holds servicesIn
home of Mr and Mrs E. L A J. Howell, Mrs Gladys you" Is one of the most important the Civic Center as follows
Summers on Highway 50The Skinner, Mrs Doris Barfield, and gracious character :
Sunday: Bible School 9am. I
services of the First Mrs. Dale Polke, Mrs Wanda
istics we can have. But we also and the Lord's .
Church 'of God are presently Adams D. E Polk, 0 E Davis know the unpleasantness of Supper
10 and Sermon ;
a m, 7pm
being conducted In the Old IRC Mervin Adams, and Mrs hearing and seeing a "thank i
subject for 10 o'clock service
Post Office Building, at the Robbie Walker There was an you" said by the lips but not Sunday is "Eating at the Kings Thim'

corner of Hopkins and Coquina. Increase of 50 per cent In attendance from the heartA Table." At the evening service

over a period of two grateful person Is one who the film "The History of the y' h A ,
IRC I Methodistthe weeks In the Bible school says "thank you" for things of Lords Church" will be shown

The Training Union is also beIng a divine origin and continues to 7 q of teirf bad Another chain might
Wednesday, p.m., prayer surely It U capable drawing a
service of worship for the re-organized and It had an use them ever mindful of God, and Bible will be ?
Indian River City Methodist increase of 13 over the Sunday their giver. A grateful person is held meeting In the home study of Clay L. i ? bold a tiny crag or precious gem In place Sail another might bind my '

Church will be held Sunday at before, there being 37 In attendance not an exploiter who seeks more Craddock, minister, 430 Hani. k arms in helplessness. But the old adage it true "No chain 1$
11 am. The pastor Rev. Rob blessings from God by the r y
SLChurch the weakest link,
son thin its weakest link.One link governs
ert Waddell will bring the mes A shortage of seats has occurred abundance of words or by the stronger "eq

sage, "When Life Seems Hope and any donation fanciness of his thanksgiving "r" the strength For one weak link the heavy load break loose,or l

less." of same will be deeply appreciated observances. A grateful personis Of Christ something predoui Is tat, or the manacled ,

Sunday School for all ages Phone 267.3208, Rev A. not one who is zealous In giv ScientistThe '
will be held from 1:45: to 10:35 J. Howell ing thanks but once a year. He arms are ire again There, too art chains of

a.m. The nursery will be available has at all times a grateful heart power of Truth over illu character, good habits, religious moral that make u* strong

during Sunday School and Jehovah's and offers thanks to God daily, I slon will be a central theme at ;; and dependable in difficult hour. These attribute art
the worship hour Thanksgiving is a condition of Christian Science churches this
Recreation for the youth will WitnessesThe one's life rather than merely a I Sunday. The hypnotic nature of ',,' v y. a* link of the chain For life I ii of a piece and every

begin at 4:115: p.m. In the fellowship tradition he observes. Sincere evil will also be described in a day U part of the chain that count toward ever
hall A snack supper will local program Is announced gratitude has a way of revealing Bible Lesson on the subject: } b Ii;
be served at 5:15. The Metho- by L. D. Shawver at itself In our daily lives By "Ancient and Modern Necromancy f ;, a laittng Then anchor the picture of the -a ,

dint Youth fellowship programwill the Kingdom Hall, 1422 Nor- giving thanks we express the alias Mesmerism and chain In the gallery of your meditation, Then ko If

begin at 5:45.: wood Ave., for the coming gratitude we have and feel for Hypnotism, Denounced." I: ( form good habit that hold u* firmly in \ '
The Junior Choir, Includingthe week: God's blessing. Related readings from the I \
seventh and eighth graders, David Bowman will visit the Prayer: Father, help us to Christian Science textbook will I\l: ;, constructive toil Attend church regularly and '
will have their rehearsal Sunday local congregation for the week realize the why of our gratitude. Include these lines: "Mortal \ support Cod cause with your mean Put

from S to 4 pm. In the beginning\ Dec. 1 thru 6. The Grant us to know the Joys both mind is constantly producing on f I and truthfulness 1'I"'t
activities are adjusted accord mortal the results of false goodness integrity <
chapel. The Sunday Evening -I of giving and receiving. Teachus body 4 ?z
Fellowship for all the fam Ing to the Circuit Servants'visit to pour out of sincere hearts opinions; and it will continue to 4 into your personal character chain. '

Hy will begin at 7:30: with hymn.I our thanks to Thee, In the spirit do so, until mortal error Is de- Let Cod church and Hit
singing. There will be a discussion .. Sunday, Nov, 29th at 3:00: of Jesus Amen. prived of its imaginary powersby ;,antlt ,
followed by a period of fel p.m. a Public Bible lecture will Thought for the Day: I will Truth, which sweeps away faithful help you forge a chain,

lowshlp be held by a representative of look today for unnoticed reasonsto the gossamer web of mortal U. o(strength tad usefulness. a
An offering will be taken dur the Watchtower Society, W J be grateful. luslons Truth casts out error a

ing the Sunday School hour for Dunlap, whose subject Is, "Why" William J. Hughes (Texas) now as surely as it did 19
the church Thanksgiving project ].. Do Children Turn Delinquent? centuries ago" (Science and
Following the lecture, at 4:15: Health with to the "
Half will go to the Chil Key Scrip. t r v ,
dren's Home In Argentina One p.m. the weekly Bible Study Is First MethodistMorning lures by Mary Baker Eddy, pp r t ,

fourth will RO to the Methodist held on, "Jerusalem A Burdensome 403. 493)).
Publishing (House of Argentina, Stone To All The Peoples worship will be heldat First Church of Christ, Sri
." 8:30, (45: and U:00 Sunday
and one fourth will !go to help enlist, Titusville, holds Sunday
at First Methodist Church with
Tuesday, 7:30: .m the Theocratic .
furnish transportation for a mis ? services at 11 a.m. and Wednesday
Rev. E. W Norman '
lion to the Indians of Northern Ministry School is conducted bringing testimony meetings at 3
Argentina. this week, due to the. the message at all three services p.m. at 109 Baldwin Shopping 1 a ,+1 tr a.a s r.is I
The Junior Girl Scouts will I I visit of the Circuit Servant, Sermon topic: for this Center Sunday School for chil-

meet Monday from 5 to followed at S;30 p.m, by the Sunday will\ be "Highway1 F6r dren up'to the age of 20 co,1.venes e rw t

5:30 p.m. at the church. Boy weekly Service Meeting. Our God'. The 11:00: am. scrv- at 11 a.m. in the Chamber ,
Field Service will be held It-e |Is ,broadcast over radio
Scout Troop No. 370 will meetat of Commerce building. All .
nation WRMF. +rrwrwr
7 p.m. every day during the week. are welcome:
The Woman's Society of Chris. Thursday 8:00: 'p.m., the Church School, under the .
flan Service will have Its execu Bible Book Study will be held mipcrvlNlon of Sid Carries. e r.

five meeting Tuesday at (::30 on, "Babylon The Great Han will begin\ at 8:30: and at 1:45: 1 : .
a.m. with classes for all
a.m. The General Meeting will Fallen-Gods Kingdom Rules! ages Attend
Youth recreation will be held
follow at 10:30: and a special
I from 3:30: until 7U: with
Christmas program will be presented pm
The meeting will con. First Baptist ChurchFirst choir, orchestra practice, snack Services

elude with a covered dish lunch. Baptist Church offers .1 supper and meetings. Orchestra 'i c aR
practice Is held at 3:30: .m.
eon. The nursery will be available three worship services each p h a s
Sunday and Evening worship ,
The service
early This
oe- I will!\ begin at (:30
Girl Scout Troop No 130 will gins at 8:30 a.m, with special p.m. I
meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. music and a message by the I The WSCS will hold Its reg..
Members of the church will ultir monthly meeting on Tuesday
Pastor, W S. Hardln
at 10:30 a.m. In the Sanctuary Weekat
and I
meet Wednesday Thursdayat Sunday School begins at 945:
7 p.m. for visitation evangelism a.m. with graded nurseries! followed by a covered I and
classes and departments for all dish luncheon I This Church Feature is sponsored supported by: \
The II:00 o'clock choir will
The Adult Choir will have Its
ages Cradle Roll for Infants
Your Own '
rehearsal Wednesday at 7:30: and Extension visitation for invalids hold rehearsal In the Sanctuary
on Tuesday at 730; p.m. The i Duff Electric Titusville Edwards Realty ,:
shut-Ins and who
pmMen of the church have been must work on Sunday Junior Girl Scouts will meet at t '< Mr. and Mrs, H Guy Duff Joe and Mary Edv,ards 'f

asked to volunteer to help I Regular Morning Worship at 3:4S p.m. In Hennessey Hall Placeof Baldwin Shopping Center oI t tI
The 1:4: a.m. choir will hold
finish the
painting project on 11 o'clock. Special music and a Canaveral Rambler
rehearsal at 7:30 Wednesday I
: p m on
ed the to church.contact Volunteers Jack Bevel are, ask 267- message? For by What the?Pastor on "Living I In the Sanctuary The t Phone AM 7.1348 Brevard Mutual Ins Agency, Inc.

6461 or Sam Douglas, 257-4854 Training Union meets at 6:13: Boy Scouts will meet at 1:30: Worship : Downtown Titusville

p.m. for all age groups. I pm at Blanton Park Rinker Materials CI'\ "->. '
First Mims A reception for all new members I
Baptist ,
Evening worship is at 7:10:: I of the church will be held West Orange, Ph AM 7. UOO The Employees of

Service for First p.m. Special music and a message from 7:30 Suburban Propane
Baptist : until 1:00: p,m. on
Church of Mime, Rev Joseph E, by the Pastor*. on, "Reap. Wednesday, Dec. IOn "elco Duffy'sMimsFlorida "
The Harvest"
Boatwrlght, pastor, are announced Midweek Prayer Service (is Conference Thursday, Dec 3, a District I. First Federal Savings & Loan Association
as follows: will be held at
Worship service was held at Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. First Methodist Church In Fort I. Downtown Titusville

11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. each Sun. Pierce ( Town Motel 'J
day and Sunday School at 10. Church Of God Downtown Titusville Baird's Mobile Home

The Junior and Youth Choirs re Mims
Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa FloridaThrelkeld's
hearse at I p.m. a,
Monday, 10 a.m., Beginner Church of God, Mlms, Rev weee Standard Service

choir rehearsal; 3:45: p.m., Primary Kyle H Bryan, pastor holds I First Baptist Downtown Titusville, AM 7.9927 Luke Cain
choir rehearsal services as follows: State Farm Insurance Companies

Wednesday, I p.m., supper: Sunday: Sunday School 10 wlaai. 214 Palm TitusvilleBoyd's
6:30, Sunbeams, GA's, RA s; a.m.; Morning worship, Him.; Church I Indian River Machine Shop

8:30: Church Choir rehearsal Evening worship, 7 p.m. j Indian Rive City, Florida
Thursday, visitation t:30 a.m. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Youth ., Gulf I ServiceMims

and 7 p.m, service '1455, Downtown Titusville
Of Mlms r eau i Citrus Growers Association I

Mims, Florida

9o. A. M. 1 Mr and Mrs. P. W. Roberts Jr.
In The Heart Of Th. Community"Mala MORNING WORSHIP a
11100: A. M. Mims, Florida W. E. Kennedy .

& Hopkins TltusrUle, Florida YOUTH CHOIR Itl.HIAIUAL v ea.vtp se Badcock Furniture, Titusville

51:10: P. M, a r"UKr Bryan-Conway & Winstead Inc. i
a W. S. Hardin. Pastor TRAINING UNION e ro.:13 ,
Downtown TitusvilleBelkLindsey C. W.
P. M. I Danenburg ,
IVINING WORSHIP i= I ? : Danenburg Realty

Worship . ... . 8.30 fc 11:00 AH WED. NIGHT 71:10 FRAYIR5IRVICE : P. M. ==:-; roc..s+ i 1 1514 S. Washington, Titusville I

Sunday School . . . . . 9:45 A.M. 7:30 P. M. 1 g s 0 Titusville

Training Union . . . . . 6tlS A.M. a vuet"Th. ; Master Cleaners
End Of Your rl I w .
Sunday Evening Worship . . . 7:30 P.M. ; Nelson Insurance Titusville Limit
Ray Agency Hopkins at City
Search for t'I
Mid.Week Service. Wedaetxfey . 7:30 P.M. a friendly I Y rt I
Church- S 31 Big Apple Plaza
Oldest Baptist Church In Area-Established la 1 Fransen's Drive In Restaurant
1889-Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention I Arr CMdIt/tlled/ Per )1 r1 VI.UIV.llr aa i : Burger King and Employees. South Washington

_Alr.CondltloD.d-Moth.r of Three Church**- C.mtertl 1 North U. S. 1. Titusville Titusville

.,We Invite You to Attend e Our Strvlc. Only J Minuses Front 1 t ..
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I n Deadline For Chorea News oa These Pages I p. II Wednesday

I Drive-In Church ., .. Central
-- Baptist Gospel Singer
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Plant Carol SingThe ., ., > t... r '>QI' I I. R. C. (I
I 11'.. t ,, \ l Preacher To VisitC
Executive committee of .
t I : Services for Central Baptist\
the Titusville Drive In Christ- ,
& MA Church
8 Church of Indian River City
Ian Church met at the home of
Mr and Mrs. Ken Williams in "t't"' 1 Rev. D. V McAllister, pastor. i

Oakwood Trailer Park Wednesday I are announced as follows:

evening to make plans for Mh I Sunday: Sunday School, 1:43:
the Christmas season. bi am.; Morning worship, 11,
Mrs. Ken Williams, chairman Youth choir practice, I
of the Worship committee reported FI, I Training Union, 1:30: ; p.nt'l I
c. plans for the singing of II I worship 7:30; Adult choir pray I I
Christmas Carols at the ser fire 1:45.Tuesday: l

vices. Plans were discussedfor 1:30: p.m., RA boys
the parking of cars: near the meet at the church; 7:30, YWA l
Friendship Table so that all
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u might have a part in the staging J Wednesday, (30: p m, Officers +
[: ST AUGUSTINE The 4th day were, left to right: Cheryl Edwards after the regular! service. 1 t k and Teachers meeting, Beginning
students at Minis Elementary Melanie Hallum, Merri Gale Thorn In attendance were Mr. and Primary Sunbeams
IVISIT recently visited St. Augustine Bozeman, Janice McLendon, Belinda and Mrs. James Griffin, Mr. Junior and Intermedl.

to see its many historical sites. Freeman, Susan Ratliff, Diana Reeves and Mrs. Carl Mewland Mr. ate GA's meet; 7:30: Prayer I
Bonnie Van
: the 33 students enjoying the and Mike Parks. Leslie Wagoner and Rejr. meeting
Thursday, 10 am. women'svisitation vRev.

7 pm, men visitation

.1 Mims News j jI NazareneThe .
Friday, 10 a m., Church Related
First Church of the Naa-
PLAN RELIGIOUS MEET David F Bowman Vocation Conference, First
anne, 1027 Park Avenue, announces left Witness Supervisor, and L. D. Shawyer make Baptist St Petersburg Palm Va.4elan4
[By Mrs. Gladys McLemJon we found there. Happy voices the following services
AM 7.1241 sang almost every song writtenas Church Of God of the week: K'ans for religious meet to be held in Kissimee, Dec Rev. Palmer Vaadeland, a
the 37 happy people endeda The three day religious meeting will be the 1st
The School hour begins Gospel singer and preacher
Augustine wonderful day. Of ProphecyThe Winter gathering for 19 congregations located in
ThIrty-three bright and shinIng Anyone interested in St. Augustine at 1:45: with classes for all Central Florida which are referred to as Florida BaptistFirst will minister in ong and word
4th year students gathered Just ask any 4th lev Church of God of Prop ages. Also at 1:45: there will Circuit No. 8. at the Christian and Missionary
atiMlms Elementary early one hecy 121J Norwood Ave., 0 A. be a Christian Service Training Missionary Baptist
el student from Minis, they 11 Alliance Church of Indian! RJv
'. Saturday morning recently. Dudding pastor, holds servicesas Class under the leadership bt Church: of Indian River City
Smiles expressed excitement; probably of talk all your the arm wonderful off, telling follows: Rev Ream. Church Of Christ Episcopal Edl. Howard Thornton, pastor, er City at the It a.m. service
yes were beaming with adventure things and places they saw Sunday: Sunday School, 145; The morning( worship hour U announces services is follows: Sunday Nov. 29,
a.m.; Morning worship, 10;43; at 11:00: with Rev. Thomas & The Church: of Christ meets Ins schedule for St Gabriel's Sunday: Sunday Schr I:45 A tenor soloist Mr V.a4e-
and Circle Meeting 7 at the corner of SU Johns and Episcopal Church as announced classes all land has traveled of
A'school bus four teachers Evangelistic message, p.m. Ream speaking on "The Potter a.m., with for ages, over most
,' Miss Scarbrough, Miss The November meeting of the Tuesday 7 p.m.. Bible study. of Praise." The music is under Hopkins Avenue The schedule by Father Ferguson Is as fIJI nursery provided; Morning the world and In every state of
White Miss Honeycutt, and Alice Gaventa Circle was heldat A District Rally will be held the direction of Frank Halluitt, of services &Is as follows: lows: worship, 11; Baptist t Training the U S. lie Is was a memberof
Mt;Forgerson arrived. As the the home of Mrs Edward Friday evening at 7 p.m, with Jr. and the church choir will M Sunday Bible study, IM: Saturday, Nov, ZB, at 130: Course, 6:30 p.m., Evening the Internationally famous
3bus headed north for St. AugusII Heuss Meeting was called to Rev Wilce Llttem, State singing J a.m., morning worship, 10:M a.m. the Episcopal Churchwoinen's worship, 7:30.Wednesday: Concordla College Concert

| tine, the day had begunjpe.Time order, with Mrs. John Kennedy C.P.M.A. seer'ary in charge. I Sunday afternoon from 4*. a m, evening service (this Sunday Board Meeting: 10 a.m., 7:311: p.m., Midweek Choir and for three year was
went by quickly as the reading from the book of o'clock the Christian Service I only), :Bible.m. Children's Confirmation Class; prayer service and Bible tenor soloist with a Cappella
[f Castillo de San Marcos, the old 'Mark"' Mrs. Lee Ross led in First Presbyterian"Apologia Training Class will meet. Midweek study is on at 1:30: p.m. the Couples Club! I study by Eld: Thornton; Adult Choir from the Bible school at
i U,Spanish Fort ,which has stood prayer. Junior and Teen Wednesday at 7:00: pm. Bible will meet! at the home of Mr. choir rehearsal, 130: Fergus Falls, Ulna.He .
II" will be the subject Fellowships classes are provided for all
and Mrs Donald
age .
i 1 tor in salute to Amen.tea's Strlby
years During a short business ses of Christian Service Training Class Thursday Ladles visitation, Is a graduate of Concordls
the both
sermon by the Rev. groups Sunday morningand
earliest history, came, In lion, the group planned to pre. Charles W. Bates, pastor, at the and the Senior Citizens Prayer Wednesday night Sunday Morning Prayer will 10 a m., Men's visitation, 713: College, Moorhead, Minn, and.
I "sight. A tour through the fort, pare the Thanksgiving basketson 8:30: and 11 o'clock services Sunday ,service all begin at 6 o'clock. The church: begins a gospel be said at 7:15: a m., Holy I p.m.; Beginners choir rehearsal also of the Lutheran Irethera
Many ah's and ooh's at the idea before 7 Junior choir rehearsal Bible School and at
Wednesday Thanksgiving
i at First Presbyterian The Evangelistic Hour is at meeting this Sunday (Nov 29)) Communion( will be celebratedat pm.; Seminary
'iM its existence, and many re- Thus enabling several families 7 00 7:30. Fergus Falls
embrance collected. Church. There will be a church- : with Rev. Ream speakingon which will continue through 7:30: ant; Sunday School for
were to enjoy our holiday just "The Turning Point of Vie the fourth grade and vlll
E Somehow Florida's came hour nursery for children to age Wednesday ( ) Williamson up
hto past six at the latter hour only. tory." Music: under the direction of Jones, Term. meet at I a m.: Family Eucharist
Jons a and new realization discussions as echoed ques- The program "Worship Thru Sunday School, with classes of Frank Hallum, Jr alai will will be the speaker The will be celebrated at 10 TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH

trough the narrowest street, Intercessory Prayer" was pre- for every age group, convenesat there will be special music, i services will be nightly at 7:30.: arm; The Sunday School third
Ind we sat In the Chimes Res. sented by Mrs. Lee Ross, who I:45.: and the JuniorHi and i Wednesday night at 7 o'clock and congregational singing will grade and below will meet at (CAlI American lwthr Church)
also the highlights on the will be th eregular Missionary 10 am under the direction of
taurant and watched the horses gave Senior-Hi Youth Groups meet In be lead by Ed Barker 140 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
and buggies stand waiting for W.M.U. year book and manual the church at 7 p.m. meeting for December Mn Maurice W. Jackson Jr., the James Munnls Jr,
i Mrs. Gene Gilmore closed the Ernest McNab will bring tie This Is INDIAN RIVER CITY
Beyond the street regular minister, invites all to Sunday Every Member
i *tassengers. and in the Imag I worship period with prayer Trinity LutheranSunday lesion on Japan. Choir practice I attend these services. Canvas Sunday AU members SUNDAY SCHOOL ,.. .. .... . LOG im.

could see Sir Fran- After meeting adjourned the morning worship service to Thursday follow at 8:00.: at 7 o'cloCkwill are urged to make their pledgeIn : CHURCH SERVICES . . IQilS ....
Us Drake with his English ships hostess Mrs. Heuss, served refreshments at Trinity Lutheran Church night : I Drive-In Church Church at this time
iut in the harbor. to Mrs. Larry Bier- this first Sunday In Advent will be the Christian Service On Monday Nov 30, The We Extend A Cot dial Welcome Te Y ulCUUOI
The bus took us over the cobblestones I man, Mrs. John Kennedy, Mrs be held at 10:15.: Advent Is the Training Class at the church Leslie Sparks, minister, plans Feast of St Andrew will be
IllrS fr binder the leadership of Rev I. TIJAN, rector
Gene Gilmore north of the fort to season four weeks preceding pre Christmas sermons on The Holy :

the Mission of Nombre De Dios Kuchenburg Mrs. Maldee Par Christmas when we prepare for Ream. : light of the World, speaking at l:JO un. _. .. __ __ __ ____u_ .. _
Walking silently through the IOns, Mrs Lloyd Rackley and the birth of our Lord. A nursery this Sunday on 'Keep' Your 01Tuetday, Dec. 1, at S:JOa
Court yards, remembering toe Mrs Lee Ross. for small children is held C&M Alliance ; Light Shining", .m. Holy communion, t p.m.;
story of the first church in Cook Outs For Cadets during the service. Special music will be a recorded The Mary Martha Chapter will First Methodist Church Titusvilfe
Florida, even older than the The newly formed Girl Scout Sunday School is held beginning The Alliance Church will I I song by George Beverly meet at the home of Mrs Sadie ANNOUNCES

Plymouth Rock Itself. The air Cadet Troop No. 243 of Mimi! at 9 with classes for all start the day Sunday with Park Shea, "I Found the Answer", Cobb at I p.m.; The Episcopal THREE MOANING WORSHIP SERVICES!
Felt to us like that of a Sunday an hike and ages of children and a class for Braden opening the Sunday Mrs. Ken Williams will leadIn churchwomen will meet
enjoyed an day
morning walking around walls cook-out one day last week. adults. A nursery Is also conducted School at 9:45 a.m. with lively group singing of Christmas On Wednesday, Dec. I, Mom- EVERY SUNDAY
of the Fountain of Youth, each during Sunday School for sinKing and appropriate talk. carols after the regular service leg Prayer will be said follow AT -
of us promised Ourselves that Leaders Mrs. Bill Kimble and children under three years of The pastor, Rev Roy Forward, ed by Holy Communion 1.30 9:43 lliOO
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another day would find us there. Mrs. Hubert Blair assisted! by will teach the Adult Bible class Of Life On Thursday, Dec I The
A visit to tha oldest jail nearthe Mrs. Dean Cotkerham, and 15 age.The Luther League will have The nursery will be available Way BaptistWay I Holy Communion will be eel* AND TWO SUNDAY SCHOOLS

Fountain of Youth brought girls left Spruce Hills and hikedto a hot dog roast and hymn'sing during each of the meetings Of Life Missionary Bap- brated st 1:30: s m.; 7 p m.: the AT -
much excitement and thought.o the sports arena on Tomato. Sunday afternoon from 9 to 7. during the day. J tilt Church, Singleton Avenue at choir will rehearse; 7:30: p.m", Ii30 and MS

see the oldest school, passy Farm Rd. west of Mims Forming Tomorrow, Saturday, will be Palmer E. Vaadeland, gospel Dairy Road, Owen Human, pas. the Adult Confirmation Class Continues 1130 .
> the old] City Slave and walkthrough into groups they each cook. "work day" to do all the extra singer and preacher, will be ) especial tor, announces services for t h e ,will meet Evening Worship at p.m.SANTA'S

the Old I Market ed their own meal, after which I cleaning and fixing up to prepare guest speaker durlhg week: .
were experiences often read games were played and the i for Advent. Come with the 1100; a.m. worship hour. J lAt Sunday: Sunday School 10 -- -' -

bout by children but actually girls practiced being knots. I cleaning materials and help out 1:30: pm the you | h I a.m.; Morning worship, 11, Evening The Titusvllle Star-
being there made the scenery Tuesday the First Year Confirmation groups known as the Christian worship, 7:VI. Advocate ist in circulation
uch more beautiful and a last. I Those present were: Lynda Class will meet from Cadets and Alliance Youth tyltowshlp I. I Wednesday, 7:30: p m.. COMING!
ng memory Emory, Nora Blair Nancy I ( to 7; Primary Choir win rehearse will have their programs er in North
At Potter's Wax Museum we Snook Debra Cotkerham Jamie from 1:30: to 7: Junior also at the same tune I Singing every fourth rray.\I Brevard.PUBLICIZE .
ooked at the past through the Teele Dana Snook Karen Choir will rehearse from I to the Christian Workers class at 730: p.m. T
aces of our heroes and herlones KImble, Judy Burke Ellen Davis -:1- "" Adult Choir rehearsal at meets I

>f all times. During the guided Denise Gay, Janice Walker 730.: "The Convenience of God"will !I 1 i
our one had the feeling of be.ng Beverly Smith, Elizabeth Lang ..e work on the Chrismons be the sermon topic during
on a magic carpet speed- Linda Narrow and Linda creel. must be finished soon and the the 7;JO p.m. worship hour. YOUR

ng through the ages Columbus I workshops will be held Tuesday The annual business meetingof
or a great musician, a writer SECURING STATKTREASURER'S beginning at I a.m. and I p.m. the church will be held Wednesday SERVICES OR 0
Dr a president, each of us lls- VAULT and also on Wednesday morning Dec. I.
ened In awe as the guide told beginning at 0. The Women's Missionary
us their The Second Year Confirmation
story. State Treasurer's vault at the Prayer Fellowship will ieet
If the to St. Augustine Class will meet from
trip Nebraska Statehouse U now Wednesday Thursday at 7.W: pm.
ave the students a pang of t to "Meditation Time" will THIS PAGE
equipped with a modern burglar
excitement of the plans for the detection device. I be conducted at the church Bellwood Bapti

day, the trip back was one ofreflection from 7 to 7:30: Wednesday This Bellwood Baptist Church 'Yeu'l'.4' with the r>t xM yw e** tress reachIns I
upon the new wonders It replaced one Installed when I Is a time of quiet for meditation Ices are announced as followsby the p"pl I. of North Brtvtrd Ccvnty tfirvh these tt rAtfvecete 0w

the Statehouse was built. State and prayer the pastor, Bro. Herbert church ,..... A loll eeVerflMment' tie Site' *f t ,
Treasurer P. Merle Humphries The M and M's the club for Waiters
Card Of ThanksI : ride CAnmcm'!nt will' sect yu wily $!.N per live. Clll I
found earlier this it would couples, will have a Christmas School
year Sunday f 43 am.:
wish to thank my many 247-4711 ref the wine W ease *f our advrtilnsees. I
not work. party Thursday evening, with Morning worship, II; Training
friends for their flowers
their children also invited. If Union. 1:30: Evening wore
and visits while I In Jess But the treasurer admits a p.m. 1,
would like .
you to attend please ship, 7:10.WHnfllda1: ,
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can 287-3404 2(77844 for p
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since my return home. I also That's because 99 per cent I meeting.
wish to thank Dr. Aker. Dr. I of the office receipts are In the
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.", November 21 NOTICE

Johnny Campbell

To Address Town Meetings Patsy Shaw
I Mrs. Edward F. Bullington ,
t "You can find out what's says Dr. Dicks describing the ,'of the sucessfui Pastoral Counseling Sunday, November W ,l'dJ : The below handbill was distributed by me through the cut coastal
wrong with marriage by talking incident of a woman who said Series for PrenUc-Hall Mrs. Richard T. Braswell area of South Carolina G.orgla and Florida prior to the recent national
less she still Publishers.A Mrs. E. A. Crawford
to your neighbors, listeningto if she had talked lection.
your relatives or watching might have been married. His resident of Orlando for S Tlmmle Sechrest
television," Dr. Russell belief is there is a need for con years, Dr. Dicks has developedand
says L.j Monday, November II l
Dicks, marriage counselor versation in marriage but the directed the sucessful Central ;,'; \ Many people asked me the meaning of this venture. This is I'
; author. Dr. Dicks will be the right kind of conversation.Dr. Florida Counseling CenterIn John H. Stalder ,'r ''' answer 1111"I
guest speaker on the topic of Dicks shows a great Orlando and now has a Alfred Wright
"Marriage and Family Living" sense of humor and truth in his branch office in Cocoa Beach Peggy Albertha Simmons tj Democrat plus Republican equals Capitalism.The ,
f held at two of the TItusville statement, "Man's capacity to You and your marriage will be Mrs. J. B. Revels
P Town Meetings, open to the be cruel to women is surpassedby better off after hearing Dr. Martha Jones issue Republican. Th. true Issue fa ,
public. In the Community Roomof woman's ability to remember Dicks, according to the Boardof Mrs. H. S. Bulloch tru. is not Democrat YS. ,
Citizens Bank Dec. 3 and 10 It" Directors of Brevard Mental Thomas L Henderson Capitalism TS. True Democracy. I refer to the kind of democracy that you
at 8 pm. "Bad marriages are the Health Association. Cris AndersonSANTA'S I. were taught la your public schools and Institutions of religion. Capitalism
The purpose of Dr. Dicks' breeding of poor health, physical at we now know it does not represent free Enterprise.. Supply and demand
i lecture will be to show, with and mental; and many
marriage undergoing the pre things play a prominent role in no longer govern Capitalism. Capitalism governs supply and demand. This
sent tremendous transition, marital breakups," says Dr. COMING! !Is better known as a capitalistic coup.
how it functions and how it can Dicks. "A restlvlness abroad in
be strengthened, and the reason the land, emerging role of women Part of the doctrine of true democracy is liberty and Justice for all.
for its failure His discussion in modern society, andman's T This doctrine Is yet to be realised You have never really had the rights ofa
of the marriage revolution inability to communicatewith
will cover companionship, communication each other" are all factorsin citizen you simply have the privilege of a citizen, subject to suspension
and sexual affection marital breakups. by any district Judge. Under true democracy you are guaranteed the rights
as these are some of the I Dr. Dicks started his careerin of citizenship.By .
most misunderstood factors in 1933 as a chaplain at the

marriage. Massachusetts General Hospitaland 0 means of monopolizing the practice of law our federal, state and
Df. Dicks says people seldom is one of the four Florid-
I try to find out what's right. ans associated with the American county Justice departments throughout this nation do usurp power and
with marriage nor do they even' Association of Marriage establish themselves as governors exercising authority above and beyond
talk about it "What's rightIs Counselors, Inc. the provisions of constitutional law All of your rights as a citizen are subject
of what'swrong" The Director of the Central
often the reverse
to th. condition that the capitalistic Influence to pun
you possess
says Dr. Dicks. His Florida Counseling Center, Dr.
checklist for what a good marriage Dicks is widely known not onlyas chase Justice.
contains are talking with a counselor, but as a lectur,.
I out bellying, silence without er, editor, teacher, and author. 0'I Politics and votes cannot overthrow this capitalistic! coup. The over* I ;a
I pouting, laughter without derision Having published fifteen books, throw of this coup Is the n.w frontier promised by our late president, Mr.
and with selfishness he is Editor tn-Chief
Joy, out presently -
John F. Kennedy. Will he have died In vain?
Too often women fight with
silence. Nagging is lethal,"'words and men fight with
I 7c" In the struggle with communism our leaders first said, "It Is biier

i ,Stale's '63 Forest Products ,. ) to retreat than surrenderLater they said "It is better to surrender thanto
N be defeated" Now, they say It Is better to be defeated than perish.**

Capitalism cannot defeat communism. Our leaders realize that fact. After
Income Put At $$534,963,000 w. are defeated your leaders will continue to be from the same political

groups that govern you now. The cold war is simply a dispute between" .the
Figures recently compiled by er," he said. z'j world leaders over what to do with your freedom.
the Florida Forest Service show I No significant rises or I de-
1963 Florida forest products income clines were recorded In the J
up slightly from 1962. various categories oi the forest True democracy can defeat communism and capitalism If you will J>. f
The Florida forest products products market. Pulpwood Income J the leader and demand your rights and your freedom. You can make the
Industry in Florida counted a accounted for 71 per cent decision at your own convenience. The enemy does appreciate any deity.' I
dollar volume of 1534,963,000 in of the total dollar volume, relatively .
1963, up from $533,496,000 the unchanged since 1962. Please be advised do of
; not try to contact me by means public com I
K. previous year, according to Wood naval stores, up about one
I State Forester C. H. Coulter. per cent In volume, was second .", municatlons. For many of us our government has reserved a chain the'
These figures Include wholesale with a wholesale manufacturedvalue electric chair.

I manufacturing value, which of $32,230,000.Lumber SATURDAY NOV. 28lh 11 A.M. ". ,\, ..
: is the value added by harvestIng Respectfully yours
the trees, and primary production, third in IN HISHELICOPTER WILLIAM E. LANEY ...
manufacturing such as conversion Importance, dropped about 13
This ba in Its ,_. It be
;: venture may republished ontlroty by .n may not republished
to raw paper, said Coulter, per cent to 300,000,000 board ,,1:1 1
"More than 250,000,000 more feet, but because of firmer In part. .
Is added by remanufacturing into market fell back only five per "
such cent in dollar volume Joel Chapter 2: Vase 21: <"
consumer products as to $48,354, e CANDY a FREE ORANGESIN
paper cups and containers, lumber 000. THE An It shall coma to put .ftorwrd'th.t I will pour out my spirit upon all Hath,
products, and wooden crates Production of gym naval and your ont and your daughter shall prophesy, your aid men shall dream drams,
and boxes, making the forest stores slumped slightly, but production BIG APPLE PLAZA your young men shall 100 vltion. "
products industry in Florida a of veneer, and poles and .,
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Delink lo conform to the vol Tike up payment*.
1,1 P.OPoxJO my bead and) the lev of Ihlt *ar.Th boiun'i. Contact Mr. flee or bunlneaa. 15i 60 ft.
: ,: Melbourne Florid' A. official coal of the Court Ibis I1Z1Ij ar-Advocat will Bet Tipper or Mr. Grimm it :m Heated and alreoDdKionot KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC

,,' Attorney for Bxecutor 6th day of November, leSt b* for 5900. Pbone 2674160.WASEHOUSI 21M W Tropic 287-8383
rnoalbl thee
.i4' JIl.". 20. /(7. Dec. a, |1 '*Frl.) }K4 /,/ Curtis R' Berne __ see laoorreot Inaertloa more nor will
Clerk of the Circuit
It h* liable far say never la
Ay: Mary des Uajeo Business POR liNT
Deputy Clert advertieemeat to a greater One I conditioner, tiled less than

: IN THE CIRCUIT, COURT TO. COURT BAL> teat thaa the ooot of It' la apace AnnouncementsWE WAREHOUSE suitable fohop. 1 year, Cost ever 1700, will I I
by the IUm the
'I THB NINTH fuHClAt. CIR I ROBBRT OODlBT adrenleemeat take |120 aad you plek up
itorate. In i
P. O. Bon *M garage
.! COUNTY. FLORIDA i Cocoa. Florida All P"artmittUW CAN answer your dirty center' of town. See H. H !loa Inquire at 1039
Ill' CHANCERY NO. mil Attorney for Plaintiff Bepklni Ay*. Street
,|| floor problems! W. clean Hudson It Star-Advocate.
!, RAT B. BTONE ud JACQCH Nov. 5, 13, 20, 27 t.rt.) 1.... Dial M7-4T11
.J LIMB L. STONK. hi. wlf*. 1- orriot Hour I:w to IN floor*. wtUi, etc, la stores. WAREHOUSES NOW UNDEEconstruction. OLD NEWSPAPERS suitablein
:Mailing Addreaa, Drawer A offices, hornet; dilly, wetly .
; packing and movIng run-
"j TUiwvtll. Any size to
ria. UP
Flmlnlif T monthly I J. C. Jtnlto
IN THB: CIRCUIT COURT OPVHS lease. iture wrapping fIsh, protect-
'r Vfc 30,000 squire feet 287. 1
NINTH JUDICIAL CIR lit! Servlc MT-4807. log noon aad furniture wheaE"
CU1T IN AND FOR BREVAJtCOUNTT. M ksjt, now you know that there NOTree4liInit 0564. Induatrlat or commercial "
I MELBOURNE-THJ.MAf ;BRAIN. FLORIDA available. Big bundle SOc.
AGE DISTRICT. .t .l. "> : Bifna a'. airs ipace I fIote.d
': ;; Prfendanta,. OSTICK fiP D..1t"'D' Special Notice; Camping Hunting
|r191;,'| NOTICE: HF' kilt -BENNETT Advocate, rear of building.

;iit l TO: Florida :::'v.lv.Ir Lend MART POANN Plaintiff -iyiNiHiL'-o- For Sale
.I'j corporation and tb* unknown is. Telephone na-on CAMPER. REASONABLE. See
SALES. Mattresses
'," 1 algne' luocoaaora In interest trll.1oi a. BENNETTDefeadaa t MUTING Or MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (AP) Day 287480 It second home north 01 offered at
1 MI or other parllea- claiming' bv HOT DOG AND BUN At the Night lelt WALNUT DANISH icctloai wareroute pricea. See na today
it:!, through under or atalnal sold 1 MARVIN 215 W. Market H BENNETT Street I end of a one-y.ar1Itu\11 287-13M ) Block pUnt. Mlmi. couch solid foam cuihlooa.grey 2111 Garden St. Nldy I

,| Florida Indian RfVar Land Com New Albany.__ Indiana_ on the use of portable typewriters ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Shopping Center 267-J7M or
ST. LOUIS AP tr ilpprr covers $75:
.;:. pany. s dissolved. Anions cornensueD. .'1'0- nn n ( ) Sixty by half the city's seventh you wait to drink, that'i TOUT Child Care I 21'1.1828.
''' .. Clt'culon.1eh.lra
1 Danish
T J. type
W. Elllott
FrraoaHftii MARVIN B. BENNETT builneia. If want to
; II' and Georg N,. trice, a* the Tou year ago something happened graders Dr. Robert K. Johnson 'you atop turquoise $IS etch
that Bill tf :
'1'" lilt known officer taxlagenta of'I COMPLAINT are hereby notified for Divorce a .*. here that affected the eating habits director of research: for drlnkiaf, that s our buttntrAnimals *. QULD CAREIiy hour, day or Walnut atop table $7; table! BARGAIN HOUSE

Florida Indian River. Land Company bees filed agalnat yeu and you of millions of Americansand week. Indlii River HelfMM737M. New ind Used Furniture and
and GE 3
lamp M portable
S dissolved Antdnna oeroor the Middletown :
'I afKur City School District
1 are required to nerve a copy appliance. We buy trade and
'Ii ,
atlon and any and all pereonclaiming nnawer or pleading to the I others around the world until speed fin $18; Kenmore electric led
by. through under ongalnat says typewriters users Refriferatori $2S and
of Complaint U the Plaintiff the end of better' thermoatitlcontrolled
j '''I any of the above named demonstrated Citrus guaranteed 2310 HopkIns
attorney PITTS MORTON gains In reading Trees up,
known uaed 1 winter '17.
Ii' unknown and
l or partlea TEPHENS and flit the originalanawer It was at the St. Louis Louis and Ave.. phone 287-4701. open
I any, and all Intend: bavin* or. or pleading In the .11I_ vocabulary compenhensloa, AKC TOY French Poodle pup- And Fruit 287.3700. Friday
; claiming any In the (ol' lana Exposition in 1904. A concessionaire mechanics of sIghts tmtll 5.
of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton English spelling -
pl... Top blood line Cham-
lowing dnacrlbM
'I 1 ; teal nxoperty CAN BE!: FINANCED
before 7th ol Dee- PIANOS-ORGANS
; or the day loaned white gloves
Rut one-half of Lot I ofFlorida and arithmetic. paljn white. Depoait will bold

,j ejubdlvlalon Indian Land Company ember If you 1!MI4.fall to do ... Judgment to his patrons so they could hold tit Chriatmia. Jl' hIghland TANGELO billed la ORANGE burlap. Approiimitely trees-. Mike thli a Oirlatmai the SEWING MACHINE: repair, all
4. Town.
I'. I hip M Mouth. Rang 17 Bait by default will be taken ngalnat his piping-hot wieners. Many of Pupils who receive typewrit! Terrace after S and Jatur- 4 ft till deliver to whole family will remember makei. Phone 287-I30S.

I Plat Public Book Record 1, Pace*. t 1M:Brevard of the you mid. Complaint for the relief demanded IB the gloves were never returned ers were matched with pupils of dl,',. your door. Saturday only for Spinet::; vein pianos to atari come.it $399 New

1 County Florida. Tbii.OliIlOIhafl b* publlahod and this cost the man money. similar achievement who did Guaranteed' 30 dayi. Caih oa Select' your own payment Help Wanted
each week for four oeaeeo
The nature of '1'hli. milt I to one utlvo week In the Tltuivlll afterAdvocato Desperately, be turned to h 1 I not receive typewriters and Boats For SaleATTENTION delivery W.M each and up. plan.
( *
I'j remove certain cloud I *' from and Done and. Tltuavlllo Ordered. Florida,In Tllu.""*, brother, a banker, for help He served u a control group. Phone 2872810.' GuItars, ukulele, bind Initrununts. .

to the aulet above and descrIbed oonflrm vropertyTbe the title. to Brevard County Florida this Ilk made a bun to fit the meat Johnson used results of ORANGES FINEST NaveliParton LADY CANVASSERS

; name of the Court In which day of Curtis November R. Barnes M4. Clark and the hot dog sandwich was achievement tests and mental $rowns, pink frape KIRK SHIOOL OF MUSIC. Nationwide Fond Service will
Suit ha been InatltuUd is the 1126 W. Tropic :2K7/ 83U
I' Circuit *Court for the Ninth Judicial of Circuit C.urt vented. maturity tests taken by all at*. DUCK HUNTERS fruit. South Lake. 2873901. employ S ladies to work parttime .

..' Circuit In and fee Brevard by V.Deputy a. Bpengier Clerk: enth graders to select the match See ua now for complete lint '- I VENTED GAS heaters 20,000 making' appointments

; ,', County till. 1 of the Florida.cass U The R.v abbreviated B. Btone COURT SKAU COURT OF ed groups. They were of hunting equipment, duck For Rent BTU'S 11250' each. M. Orange for our ailea-atiff. Workerscan

I I'' i>t us, plaintiff venue Melbourne Nov. 4. 18. :10. r IFri.) 1.... I f IITH'N IeJDI\ CIR chosen on the basis of IQ boats motor: ', ete. / Street 2873400. earn $30-80: per week. Tl-

fl'I Tlllman DraInane Dlalrlct et .1. CUlT or FLORIDA. in AND I NEW 'B5 MODELS MACS CAPE KENNEDY tuavllle-Mlmi area Call 2875MO -
I'I,'l! defendonto The dysniptipu :: tb. FOR BREVARD COUNTY: achievement test scorO, se. EQUIPMENT BLANKET: AND bed.prea4 for for Information
14 FT. MPG Boitoa
Peal property invoiced is net IN lUll CIRCUIT COURT 01'BRI'iVAID HANGER; NO. mill and Whaler type
bed modem
double Inch
age. Sates Rentila RepilriConitrurtion 44
forth above. .. : COUNTT. FLORIDA nDIRr.TI: 05' OilY hull foam floatation I double walnut cocktail EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
NATIONAL. MORT. Equipment square
". Tou and tack of yen.ar* hereby CHANCERY(: NO. :9M1I AQB AISOCIATION. a oerportloa The pupils took more '''ln4- etata and aide pockaU 1339 Hand Toola table, walnut chalne $Jounce, winted. Apply In periodBand'i
I ''I".1", .from otlfled the that aulet cult I aad to rerhov confirm cloud the 7liieUfE.IOBERT .. aa organle Act of Congru.*4 xltlng pureuan uedon ardized tests at the en{ 'of the *4 with FT. LONE-STAR.ateerine conaole bucket seat|3lt, U E. Mrrritt Ii. Causeway corner HI Fl apeiker, Sally Reatiuriot 311' S.Waahlngtoo .

title ta the above described prop- ICBLSlr.NOTU.t tD the Federal National Mortgag year Days iMU4.0-NI.hl 8319HO itltch adjustable dreia form / Ave
A wlae'ihlele) led
1 .rty ha been broiurh sooJset aooltloa Cbarter iteerlni foam
vou Act. havln .
baby clothea and furnlahlngi.
'. \
i II. In the above entitled cause. by Ray 01' lilT its nrlaelotl" office' In the ('itl The condudH flotation complete I3IS TORRENT CLERK ITENO I. Recreation
,lu X 3.) Stone and .1.0.10. L. felon. 'O ROBERT; D. CHLBir: Of Wtiklngloa. Olilrlut *C Colmbla. study was tinder m-IMO. Department Must have knew
his wlf and you are hereby required : a grant from the lice '
.. IKJ to file with the Clark of tepideoceutkntwa Flalalirt Royal ROGERS OUTBOARD Floor Sanders, PollaheriFboi ZIG ZAG sewIng machine, re ledge/ of typing and abort-
this Court YOU ARE MERElY: NOTIFIED Bee Corporation. UN Girdea St. band. Must be able
"i'1' your wrltttn appear- that a cult for divorce hap keen v* 28T4414 AM T42S1 poaieaaed 84 model iwln; to meet

j,. ampereoaally aald ault oa the or SOU hv attorneylis day of filed agalnit you In the Circuit MICRACL I M. STRANOB: and Factory Paint Outlet needle DialO-Matlc, pertec public. Excellent working
;; Court of the Ninth Judicial Clrult : NANCY: T. aTRANOB. kin wifeDef.edantt eondltloni. Beglnalaf ulary
and hundreds
:: reomber, 1984. thereafter t condition, makei or
I' with said Clerk : In and for Brevard County IU8.00 month
11, file your wrlttadefeneee. Florida entitled RUTH >.y. If any, to the Complaint 'Plainliff, ROBERT: D. TOI MICHAEL I. ft. BTRANQHwhoao GLAMOR -
LilT yn. GIRLS buttons
'\Is, \ In said Bolt a* prtacrtbr: by law.terein BCHLEIF Defendaat, ChaaseryNa. laet ...... malllnenddreaa FOR HINT sews en MALI HELP WANTO
) fall not decree darns
or a prooonfeMt 29511.: Tou are hereby required I* 4111 Wfatbeuadron patchri monograms/ .

I.j will be eattred agalnitu to tervt a copy at your APOM Now York I \ embroider etc. Anume re READY MIX concrtte ..1...
'1"II 1\\ nawer' or other written de'enae New Tork f fNrURNISIIED. malnlng I piymenti of M-M man TltuavlUe area. Contact
You are hereby entitled that Not .ull.b -
Complaint filed hernia t
t.o the upon .
WITNESS my hand and neal f Credit 287 3411.Aiaortmint
Suit has miniger 8J8I2H Cocoa 110 Waihlni-
been filed ,
against Inlb. ,
,. sold Court .t TituevIiln. ProvardCounty. Carl O. I..n.oa. Attorney for the dren. 2172S33.rLORlDAN.
: .Florid, D. thin lt111 d.y'II. Plaintiff. and to file the orirtealthereof akova entitled cause and 'lI.trou ton street. Materlil Serviceof <<:
( November. A.D.lObd. In the Office of the Clerk. ar. required to file your .0' APAnTMtNTS of phonograph Brevard.
III, Curtl R. Barnes ot the Circuit Court *( Bnvknounty wer or ather reinonalve pleading I record "'. and LP
'I Florida on er before the with the Clerk of thle Court and to clone In, efflclenetei" weekly,
albumi, All conditionAlbums .
1'' A* Clerk of the Circuit Court 'tb day of December A.Dn 1.... Serve a copy tkerrof uno the monthly rates, air condition good OPPORTUNITY
LI In anti for Brtvard County lalatlff. Plalallffa tl each. lee at 103$ U
HEREIN FAIL NOT er a De er Attorney* you're inlereated ta a Lifetime -
jal Florida. oreo Pro Confeaa will ... *ntrigalnat whom name and addreaa I. Crof ( *1. 417 Julia Street Alford Street. Career ant ]lust I iub
By V ft. SpanglrrDrputy you for the relief Braved toe. Brewer A Holland tot PalmAvenue. A.CI ,
'd. ; Oltrk. .. for In aaldV Complaint Tlluevllle. Florid, Cot I ROOM FURNISHED 'f.lrt. I call the John Hancock Mutual
i COURT BNJul *'"" -' i I.... thaa GUNS I
DONE AND ORDERED: at Tfuiwllle. December K. iMt If meat with cirport U Unanit. Life laiurioea Co at
f :jl Norman Tt Murk Florida thli 4tk day .1 you fill to a Decree Pr Cocoa ua.2MO sod nkor
l 440 Pint Frli-ral Building ovember A.D. 1M4Curtli oafaa. lIrD.O entered agalna LE ; : 730 South DixieOfdiUS. I I aa
P. O. Bo* 140T appointment with Mr Frit
IH! R. Barne Pole for tko relief demanded In tkomplalat. ,
Orlando. FloMdnAttorney CIRCUIT' Thl cult : rvtWNbAftt lENT11'Jj! ler.
CLKITK OF THE I I. to for* :
I ".. for COURT Brevard Couaty oe* a......... The real trap ,OWN .STttEBT bele .
'11,11 JIlo.IO.: It. tPI..tI" Frl.) 14.I Court HeaPS Tltuivllla ertv proceeded lialnit let Tropic 'Jifd Main/1'/ ivaliil 1' (ndiaVRfvelCity( TRAFFORD REALTY: COMPANY
Florida Lot II, Block KB. Sherwood
tl"11 t tr Byj V. I. SpsnlepDeputy Tank, Heolle B. aocordlng to I NOT, imh. Ptirnlihed, 1 IMId' offers aa excellent

r I: "'ALL'DAIIII1tIlJ. rLUIID Cloth Plat thereof* recorded In room, electric kitchen sir career opportunity for lieenied \ -
I XOTICKKOTICB Curt Snail Plat Book II. Page M "ubllonoo..f conditioned, heat,' central InT. BEINO TRANSFERRED, Heal Eitite Sileamei
Ij. Nov. (. II, N. It (Frl.) IH4.N Brtvard Ceuqty
It hereby rive. that th Aad In their lltuivUli
riorlda antenna wall to wall carpet Wants Someone To Al- new office.

I I m.o'ruateee Fund of 01$hs the Internal State Improve.Ii .1 1'10" WITNESS nv hand end el of eSrpetIagbacoafvCalihl.OSOL sums Rrmilnlng I 4 paymenla A hard hitting sales program

aid Court at Tltuavllle Brevarfouatv. ....- Of ,SO 84 Model bill excellent
I .' Ida 10 ml'Otlol In Ito Board I THB CIRCUIT COUBT' 01'THIJ florlda thli 1Mb day 01 BuirTneaa ID On OMalic plua training will a
i Ituom Iof $kb Governor. Office, NINTH JUDICIAL CIR- $evemhn1064.. Sizes Zlg Zag, Makei Hundred profeaalonal Realtor orfiauatlon -
tl Capitol Butidinc. scheduled, fur CUlT IN AND. FOR BKBYABJ CURTie R. BARNRfl for mailing full itotk si Of Decorative Stitches, offers la unusual\
10:00: AM. '(f.II.T.) on December COUNTY. FLORIDA.CHANCERY Clerk of the Circuit Court Btir-Advocite.
UI Makei Automatic Button. future for qualified aileamea.Plena .
p ii lib 1X4. will; consider applicationMad : NO. M47I Brevard Countv. Florida
i'Il", by It! C. Kirk Florida THE lOWEll SAVINGS BANK By V. S. Ipangler DUPtlX 'OR UNT holes, Sewa' On Buttoni Blind call Harry D. Neil!"

,j'jl Wonderland. Indian River City Plalatlff COURT SEAL Hema Monojrami, Embrold- Cocoa: Helm, 'for Interview.
I' I d.i.o' lehalf I of Vacationland v.. i )/... M. tl. "... 4. 11 (Frl. .) 1064.ROTH'S : 2 en, Darns Patches: Etc. Ph.:
for purchase of the NORMAN E. MULI4NI et ... tl UNFURNISHED DUPLEX
t I fellowlnr ..-*.Hbd land '.-..Itl .1. TO (CRrDITOK bedroom, pool, yard carl, CEevea :2873411. ImtructloniEACHER
I ./ File NoJ J8J9-OS-3SI: U Tiefeedsets.OOTICS each ef you are hereby .. .
tE! and Maion flieApirtmenti. | -
rr.l.aIII' : ran
j ''I A parcellof! .ubm.rr.t'i: I.d lath or I'IT 111IMOIIITUAbB .. required to prraent. ] LARGE FIhHINa WMm7""lWSemlnole
'I Indlbn faction O.ECLO.UBIITOI clalmi Sad demand which Phone 287S7Ior | OF Electric: Orjaa
:I t8. Towi hlp U routh Rani rou. 0' 01111. ., have ': 247-21M. 287 1371 Indian Rlv and II Worth
NORMAN E. MULLIrtf and you. may F piano ,.. "umaker -
Pests.. .. I' .. =
Loa pnds$0 e.VIq. .. .
er t11"AlAr.EA'
i ,I US Eait.I city of Tltuivlll. MCLL1B J. MULUNI. kieRESIDFtdCEt emit the aolie OICAR -- -- 210 Tmoarora Reid
:1 :
Prevard (C unty. Florid ly .".. dr-caned. late r irevarl HOUSIS POR liNT ,
,. Inaeaitwly of Lot 4 to 13 In* UNKNOWN Ceuety, .Iorld. ,. the County "Stop horflur the act you'ru tuppcM*) te bq m assorted sizes and Indian River City Tel, 287-
I ciueivsIf Second Addition to AND TO: All partlee olalmlnf Inlerrat Judge ef acid, county, at hi. *f. colon from lOc to We. AMI00U7 0200.
I Indian Mirer City, ai recorded by through, under eragainat floe la the Courthouse, Tltuevllle. helparl" SINGLE MODERN furnished,
la Plat Bftok 2. (age Tl' Pub. tht aforeiald ,..- Fiends within pin ralendaimental carport, choice section 1100. (Continued Oil seat page)
Ho Record of Brevard (rounty, from
the dale at flratpublication
I : Florida containing 10.1$ ur... TOU A"BB hereby notified that of Ma notlre. el** the Plerpolnt II S. Wllliimi. i'ET. ALUMINUM BOAT with V

I., :: More *r, In*. a Complaint to foreolo a oertalaortgego came will !b* barred. Each claim ADVOCATE'S ito hp. Mercury' motor all
Iii:; encumbering the followleg e. demand mast b* In manner FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM
and wilt cenrldir objection llnre- described. real property to .ad form a* required by law. I louis 12 mileS routh M Tltui- for 1100. 267462l. I This StandsFor
::1"' to. Objection to th* pr* oed eatoat witi! WILLIE: :. SMITh vUle. Phone NK1705.: .
said ahould be lubmltted BXKCUTRI COMPLETE DARKROOM letup
I' ;' laad Lot 40, Block A. BEL Alit
.1. to the Chief Engloaer. of UNIT TWO according to the (CROFTON BREWER -BW, color' and I mmmovieS ,
Improvl1uent.trn thero.J HOLLAND Crossword BEDROOM HOUSE |I2S per
the Internal plat a* recorded In"let Puzzle '
.11 Elliot Building T..I......_. "Ior- Book 17. page W Publt P. O. BOX Ma 101 ,al. Ava. Dlonlh. Call 287 H7I. |7|. Call :2873841, I Quality
..' Ida prior ,. the ita'* flrat tbovtmentioned. Record of Brevard Ctuaty Tltuevllle. Florida
I Tb. Tryitee reeerv riorlda Key :10. IT. Per 4. It (Frl.> 144 :AR Eu roa S DI:
1'1' the decllna'hj nth r4lat has been lied agalnnt yen In tb. ACOR* dYVeles .AISetIMLosonsof
I!'; any bp"all ef aald laad The above etjrled eult and yeu art r*. OTICB run BID I 75,0? 01 55hsnol bedroom houie, I tile both,
,i Ml. If end wb-n mad ihtll b* .ul..d to curve a copy t4 your 11I.1t'rll' : will b* received by QW1f $0. bullt-lai range sad even, IT STANDS i
I. aubjecl to the Truaiera raaervlng A.ewer or other Pleading. to the *f County CoraailealoB* Dibble double cirporte and Utility
unto themar.lv Tt' of the pb...- mplalnt on Plaintiff atlornu ore up until I:4k A 96.. Deeeav .. 10 potJ4 LWansirg fl5we4ie.. .
aadt.nutal NDERHOH Rt''H. DBAN boy It.illt"I'I tie Courtkourt I* ',nU., ft'J': rea .... room, IIU, 287 1KI. FOR
i': lo*torn the ,petroleum t -*..nI:or OWNDKK.. IH Beet Central for 0
.. of
t. I. JIIM 12. 1Lt
I k! tbereuadir;. ]Purchala required oulevard. Orl..... Florid, andfile On* ill IM American mad* Tow. I $0LLUUsrchlloetuve BEDROOM, I bath ftiM-ed
1:1: t* pay for or furniSh'dOcumentary the original' Aaewer or other ttandard. ale. ell. II) pane I. 114140 t.ro4 cltrua trees, furnlihed. Wlliconildtr
I tax atampa for the Inflrumenl: ofBT Pleading In the efflc the ger elation ...*.. 4 door, I'. A 1 i ooevpyeeod 'd Circa of the Circuit urt. .. or whoelb** not lone than 11* la- fruIt hIstfviieet eeek.d
:!,; :I ORDER1 the Truateoe of th* ...fore tb. Till day of December. oboe, tulomatle traaamlialoa.aecltrtetl Old Dixie Hwy 247IIW
Internal Improvement Fund ef the M4. If you fail to d* eo a decree ** rear and. V* .ag.In II. Fn'raMe .. Bet_ III 26. CotU. after 8 ,.\11.
Hate of Florid ..r. eo.I.... will b. take Maine' .. not lea tine IM Mnraepewer. 1(1114 of 5 ee.. ...... T.eal4v. Ann.4aIoy --

; FARRI8 BRYANt you for tb* relict demanded la tktomplnlnt. til Cu la,.heavy dutyrtdlatar .. ....... ...... I VtDrlOOM, BATH sod H,
.I 1 S-WU 4 ply tlfea.Bet This I It the official' Sea
,IIi" AU.*ti W. R. ICIO//). This Notice Shall lie auhllehed lees tht H (moor* *ll_r- 14. Lverpos. -p N. Moo.. 287-7171. of the
(1kiof once a week for four euttv aator tw* (I) ...... ('leetrl ebnib peeS .0 35. A _.. National Awocja-
i 11 Trunu..e nllnnII' weeks la th. ""..vlll. liar Advt wlndabMd wlpera, and wl..bor. ..- 1I.0.k f. A..... 31.1,5401 BEDROOM: S b.th. swim 8 lion of Horn Builder.
... ....... ... Haled ..* all .
*" 14, !IOo zr. IJ'I1.> INi.IX pool vnfurmihed
.c I e. 'fttar isb. mini $140'
bodlaf .....
i DATED THII 4th day tl Nyeembn .'...*. cool belie. direction Only! members of the
: -. $164.1COIRT Igaal. tower itearlag end 11.Betas sp.atm 1ft.Dtotut prisL monthly, 2871287, Z S k 4 National
KKAL power .brake f..y air roe. 1$. A dailY pststt 12. ... $ M.eatrsrocorl EVIIU.O'FICS; Aiaoclition 'l'1d

THB. CIRCVJT JtRBVAKDCOUSTr.FLORIDA J5OVBT IB CVRTI ,R- BARNES :::= \"l: rear view I. U ....... ___ of lam4bes.h local awoclatlon' art flowed I-
'., ..' AND FOB Clerk .( Circuit OutBy lle.hu. rerlreulatlea FOR liNT
V. f $Daqr0u. beater aid defrosts, lLIDrf. ...pI4..VorwboL to display till
"cj 1 I IN' CIIANpWtT NO ha4 Deputy Clerk trm rent. Color optional :96.A mann beak 26. Losee nosereeqUera4i. BU1LDINO ThIs I. the official. seal of seal

AZELIRL: fto. alOGUIL If.*. I, 13. 30. Tl (Frt) IM4.N TRADR INi" On. 111 ltd Cor.valr Y.VII..... haipiog fl.r1tIilllltUIM NEW office space the National AssociatIon ef :
"I,'I. PlaIntiff Malta wages tea lie I tI I. I So, TltuivUJe, 1,001
; 1 ve. SeeR tl e..I1..*.*. la Tllue- weight paloll U. Onddoee M. ft. M72MI.On Estate Boarda, Only Alexander Construction
t :' OMAR.. MCO1N8. THB nRCflT COURT nr. yule. Pie.Paypwct 26. Ruisia K Tabo.. II 14. ...'.. se'plesdilRSejat. members of the Aiaoclatloq

"' r.<*adal.TfeB THr. NINTH' JUDICIAL (1't'l t* W mad aa delivery &** --., _... MBed. U t, prime .laciUoa, sail may display I I Idle aeiL Aad Company
O : or ai it ? t!* ANt. > FOR BUBVARDOUNTT with delivery 10 b* mad*
'TOl OMAN L R10OIN* (' FLORIDACHAI4CIRT I. a three week ........ NIl.. !m 247-MM. only tooae who display thlieil Broyhlll Development
4t .....4eaee .a.ewe NO. I*<*T The Boerd ,roeerve In* right :IT. ::c"ar '" 1rrr-r; : may call tnemielveieerttri. 1

pill) TOU AKa ,UR.aT NOTIFIED .OTI" or SIlT ,. ntnt aav cad all hIde lOOMS 'OR liNT Chlldre homes Inc.Cowart .
I that a sun Tor dlvare has eeea THOMAS 800\". All bide .. k* marked "BM.llatlom ,.. 10 l m es- r -.-
ray :; 5!
) George Jft
filed agaraot yoai la the Circuit Plaintiff Wagee-Peeperly llotord" Barley,
: RIVCRrRONTfoami It r. r.: I NO
:n. Bepe Ii Carter Inc.
Court ef the- Ninth Judicial fir- .. Ml hand semis *f tavrlap ne Inc.
cull IB apd for Brevard Couaty.Florid GEORGIA LIe aOo\If. N", I*, 11I1<<....... r r for r'le. Phone 2B7I2M. -
*. entitled KLINE L.R1GOIMI Oereadanl JOB ; WICBH4M.THAIMMAV $O.Mime&ei J. W. Chlldre, RealtorDanenburf's Court Conat Company
: PlalaMff. va OMAR TO: GEORGIA LEt ROAN _
I L. BIOOIB Dfadaal.. rhanoeryNo R. D No. tu..u. *x>ARf> or COVIVTYTOM : a .toee ,1} 30 per .'.11. Pd' te borne, C Beach I Fisher Construction Co.
38*. Tee: ar. hereby reauired ... Peeeevbella ( B ttlOB ftpSarvaqo et erstop81.Eurtopes Rralty.
la ..... a *ap* of year aawr Ten are hereby aetMied thai 0 C:tT TT. : $78io ifUr < III. I utch Conitructioa Ca
or ataar wrluea defenses toIK umiplainl for Dtvoevo .hoe keen FLORIDA """" I DuWy's Real EstateBrvinConway
Comiilaail filed kr 0 ..rl i. Iwaaaon Atloraer1 't.o'J* the OIl abvve aad lbs thbreviaiod tttM HI weekly double..Uhtlee. IacIsjdisg C & John Beach
I Plaintiff aad lo rue the original .1 .... cane I* a* .et teeth herbove *!*- "Ylf'1I .P IyKNyp5n 'Osaaeycs paymeaft Wfnstead Inc
I, thereof in tha Office tf Ik* rierk and rev ar* NeW roirod > rlTlTlo shWIIs M.IktII K7.f'OI. LoW Ii Brown, tne.
.ftk CseetsfreosrCoeatv .. .. erewe a ,* of T- a with Moaar IMI Campbell Aiaodatei
.l rteSla. aa or kefar tb* newer or Pleading t* Ik* C.plaist .**- H. 117$. Cbtr Nanrkvr MV n.OtWilI TV AND MAIDWsshisgtoe Hftltt, 127 Inc. Justice Hornet; lac
.1 ttk dar M DaonaTiaV.lkA. IvM.HKREIX Ce t4 ": 1.11 aitamey, Ieee ., Florid AU al I.*.. !1M tell An..,..
I JAIL NOT en a 1- dauB. PeepeR Peereea.I derelgavd will wHk IMWk to.Rill,. I Edwards: Realty North.woo4 BulJ44Ti c
are Pro t'u'wtII be *wMredgtlaet 0yrd Pteaa. Co***. "....... *} the ( 7'Cy. =. ra .Bre- ri.iL'itttttp
y**JtT tha rallef. prayedlor aM Ho IB*: = Aarwer rPleading vend Florida, aafa r*> 96conci ROOM *fr ,.IItI. 0 Ed Klttlei Agency Panther Bra
la aM teemplamtDONB rt I *4 UM Clerk ..... ef preW of pakBrafJan of men. Cooking prlvIleg54. |UTWO. Harris
S Inc.
AND OBABBEO al T1taovtn of CIrcuit Coon asS later ties thie awtla. lbs..falla-wra Brtlllaoa IpisadASSbS weekly, Realty, Robert EvaaauU
*. Wt.ida. uhis *a day ed the Mh day .* 0.._. IW4.f .._ to-wit' ..,_ o.tr" s. C L. B. Newman
KowmbMf> WWn yl tan U .. a Denro Pro dec wkteb f ant ragagod .Ha Mkvtatar Moretto
I RTI it BiaBB* .(.** wlB ho late tgaiaat ym OaW ('mne al ?ltqp.P10,51 ..HS>. .... ROOM FOR lady nk. home, Realtor
I, ri.KBK OP Ttrc oti IIMTI" See lbs rnW 4e t*:o4 IB She sod thai Ik* aadaiBngaedlMM ... ... -t kitchen ,,"'1:*.*.. 2IIT "'''. Donn Start Realtor Tiffany BuJWera Ice.

,'''''RT *cod CeeeOy CekIct.tCOCkI is the se .e IeSoy.stel $0 ... Abra.alft
4".110 Tflne*.. SIPS- eA1j PIMIB*** 807 PALMETTO STREET.Centtemae Stoner Really James Trimble
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IIY w .arM Caw )T lsV .*.r.i.-. AJk7t44. ... )I.... prrferrtd Good Sydney Schwarti William Cvcrraan
:..:--aC' nt tr e **m.giar **e MarkeeBer ...... wokinf. LeuiMtry iJltNdH.2fJ7 C W. J. Smith
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( from Dreading page) Fishing Boating Swimming,
Mobile Homes_ Mobile Homes Mobile Homes Mobile Homes Plumbing Supply Sandy other beach recreation Boat dockingand facilities .

.. InstructionsMEN TRAILER FOR RENT I TRAILERS FOR SALE LET US will be yours when you
into the all new Lake.
TRAILER 50 10, one bed.
Learn To Operate room, air conditioning Call 35 FT. LIBERTY trailer. Lot: TRAILERS FOR SAL BUILD YOUR view Hills residential area.
HEAVY EQUIPMENTBulhkwers Titusvilla 267-6205 or call col. optional. Reasonable See I See these all new 3 bed.
Graders lect Eau Gallie 254-6949 3 BEDROOM NATIONAL 1963 W. C. Stokes 56829 Christ 'JUST ARRIVED per-cast concrete, steel rein. HOMEIN room 2 bath, enclosed garage .
Scrapers )Drag Lines Mobile home $300 cash Assume mai Park. forced, 630 to 1000 gallons. BEAUTIFUL homes under construe.
I Hoes Clam Shells 50' MOBILE HOME on large payments Fuller. Oak. Grease trops installed, tanks tion at your convenience.
Complete Back! practical training on lot. Very very clean $115, wood trailer Park, LIVE RENTFREE 1965 SKYLINE, Budget pricedat pumped and cleaned, dram FOREST HILLScall Place your order now and
our modern machines at our utilities paid, 525 Key Largo $3495. Front Kitchen, 2 flem relaid. Pittman SepticTanks get Homestead Exemptionfor
Resident Training Sites, gives East IRC 960 45 x 10 MAGNOLIA trail bedroom. Modern decor. Inc.. 2674421 P. 0 today 1965. Priced at only
1 the background you need to cr can 'be seen after 6 pmweekdaya Box 2616, Titusville.Real 1 $15,600 with low FMA or VA
you !
1 on
want anytime I Saturdayor HAWKINSCONSTRUCTION monthly payments. Why
get the job you as heavy private lot in IRC. Adults
2700 Old Dixie EstateOne
Sunday more elsewhere and
equipment operator. VA approv. only $65 per month Utilities Hwy 2677723. $20 down payment and $20 a '64 YELLOWSTONE 27'x8',1 BR CO. pay receive less
od I furnished. No pet>>. Phone 267- month will buy your own full '59 MARLETTE 36'x8'. Z BR 267.2061
i In fine
\ For complete Information/ call I 3513. acre mobile borne lot at beau acre building lot, con 907-Two bedroom
STREAMLINE, 28'x8', air condo
'I address location. Large lot Priced
855 3337 or send name ful Lake Louise Estates. veniently located North of
: and telephone number to: Become your own landlord. 1 BR.NASHUA Mims Just off of U.S. No. 1 low at $8900 with $4000
30'x8'. 1 BR ,...
ASSOCIATED HEAVY ENVELOPES>> Business Sizes, FIRE PLACEOPTIONAL Don't tear up rent receipt each SMALL DOWN Cash only: $2750 down
SCHOOLS I for Full slock PAYMENT 928 Good combination home
EQUIPMENT mailing. at month. Many families now reside Sydney Schwartz, Realtor -
2119 Lake Christie Drive Star-Advocate in our beautiful trailer community EASY TERMS 1141 S. Hopkins Avenue BUILDERS and small business location .
Orlando Fla.. ___ __ __ visit us and see for MOBILE 267-(100 Nice comfortable
-- n HOMES and build.
yourself the finest aelfooedmobile SALES house separate '
I Choice of ColorsYou home park. 1224 N. U.S. 1 ACREAGEHOMES WANTED ing which could be used

I still have time to decideon 14 miles east of Orlando on Tltusville 267.3081 professionally. Shown
afternoons after 2 .
P M.
North of
Route 50 Phone Overpass
these two important "FOREST HILLSESTATES"
bedroom homeon
962-Neat 2
items This new model is MOBILE BOMB: OWNERS RENTALS
ARE YOU TRAILER SPACES FOR RENT well landscaped shaded
already started so don'tdelay.
1500 Acres, $450 acre. lot. Quiet neighborhood.Close .
CHRISTMAS PARK LARGE 46 x 100 lot, children 5000 Acres, $450 acre. JUST A FEW LOTS to schools and shopping
LOOKING FOR A OVER 1 acre of land, 3 Route No 50 Christmas, Fla section.. New Frontier Park. 3031 Acres, Rocket City, $350 LEFTI! Priced low at $8400.
bedroom, 2 bath, with Phone: 568.2011 267 0933. acre. Buyer must finance.
Florida room, central air .. ,. 200 AI'...., ten rail ....)> CRAS. J ANN AEON!: 800-Imagine a three bed.
NEW HOME ? cond. & heat. Over 1600 u,' .N. : a .gi 10'Acres;' $l :iXKJv cash:' $13,000 Titusville Shopping Center room, 2 bath home equipped
square ft. $18,500 with terms AM 7.:<<41 with central heat and
$1000. down. New Homes, $450 down. air conditioning for $13,900
tr;" :J'\r{ < ''' '''r 'Om. THIS exceptionally[ fine, See us for your FHA mortgage with $450 down and ap-
furnished home on a lot100'x loan
.. applications. prox $95 monthly (Noth
178' with city water 519 Robbins Avenue, only $7.700. ing down with VA.)
Mao wk. & sewer This lot has fruit 280 Abbott Avenue, Indian River 807-Nice home in central
rror trees, citrus and yes even City, has FHA loan commitment location Enclosed Florida
banana. A must see at must sell. GeorgeBarley room, centipede lawn,
,,' $13500 146 lywJ'o: down, we hardwood floors, drapes
I.l... "'" INVESTMENT have the key. Included. Priced at $14.900

SEE OUR QUALITY BUILT HOMES IN PROPERTYALL 1324 Indian River Avenue. with $1500 own and $102
real nice and
large. Call us monthly
ready zoned BP. On to see, we have the key. Inc. 820-FHA owned home. Low I
busy corner with over 110 i Lots-85 x ISO, high, dry and REAL ESTATE down, low monthly payments .
FOREST HILLS ft frontage y, wooded, $3500 each Several to choose
IF YOU HAVE A NEED IN Ask about commercial sites, from. Call for appointmentto
REAL ESTATE WE CAN acre plats, business locationsand see
3 Different Models To Choose From FILL IT. road and river frontage. 830-$350 down and approx.
For Rent Small! furnished cottage $80 monthly Brand new 3
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYQUALITY CHARLES M. $65 per month. $10,995Indian bedroom home. Has central

heating.! Ready to be
BUILT BY JOHN A. GORDON River Heights. occupied.

MAXWELLREALTORS I Immaculate, Cozy, 2 846-Large 3 bedroom, 2
P I I S H E D CONSTRUCTION CO. Ree. Real Estate Broker Bedroom, 1V4 baths, bath home on well cared
r II ft Phone 267-0564 23 MaID 267.3025 Titusville built.in range and oven. for street Many extras
Convenient Modern ha'ving'
Screened porch, large
with this preowned home.
Phone 267-7840 .
APARTMENT HOUSE site, water lot, Better hurry
Only $15,300 with
e v4oee 4 5./ur n.e.a sewer, utilities. Excel $1250
..d,4 I__. ,PeNOe4 er $02 per month after down Shown by appoint
o a 'e rr, i. ee i c.r, ( lent location near schools, | down payment ment.
\ lr shopping country club. Call
'. i'Relu wl.d Au fi.AnWhy .I r'1' w $'M aid a, Ww.,+ Miami 7587246. RENTALS 848-Assume mortgage Be
SEVERAL Excellent sure to check on this vacant -
iLtllWWMW11r a du .uea..e ACREAGE FOR SAL furnished and unlurn. home move rght In.
e to :T.V1 4 M ere.A .- a c4,? r.e.Pn r o, Ished homes for rent in Beautiful well kept tri.level

e 4w M! AallNk s. a.r, alley 162 ft. by 400 ft. river to highway Tltusville. home, 3 twin size bed.
C n s fit close In. Excellent buy. rooms, 2 baths, enclosed
u.bi971ea Edwards Realty, 12 Baldwin 342 S. garage! and l large 15 x 18
tiuw 9tC %V Shopping Center Phone: 267- basement family room.
rentwood naeesat.rvASAaee d-.ee > wn ; 3604 Evenings and Weekends or WUhinitoin Priced at $16500, $2800
2672321. down and assume existing
rI' T TUILLE? t Y't Flot'DA' mortgage
Continued On Next Fag 854-Well cared for preown
Estates V ed home, 3 years old. At.
tractive lot in quiet residential .
area Has 3 bedrooms .
and 2 baths. Pay
$1350 down and assume
SV $14,900 mortgage, payableat
iVeatAL $117 per month which
uwwk includes all. Shown by ap
,5 NEW preowned home, 1 year
old. Many extras included
in the price of 28900.
869-4 bedroom home in
j HOME LOCATION IN.NORTH BREVARD'S S-3 and 4 central location. Close to
MOST EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL AREA shopping and schools Cen* I"
MONTHLY tral heating and
Including Superb location In rolling hills, only moments from built in range and oven
/ ) South lake recreation,' and Just a short drive to Priced at $16200, $600
downtown Titusvillo shopping, or to U.S. 1 and NASA down and low FHA monthly
Causeway -- terms
-- I 680-Approx. 400 ft. U.S. No
1 frontage In Bellwood.
See our newest concept in luxury living, Good business site. Priced
in hornet "value packed with features.,. $atwtwooa. Before reasonable at $75 per front
yet every home ;u moderately priced 1s1A11a foot 20< down.
I7uswuF 678-FOR RENT. Large
ANOTHER ;r You Decide commercial b 1111 i diD i 1:.
OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY BY wMe Large/ frontage. Building
ttivAws LARGEST QUALITY HOME BUUDCJU I $100 per month or with
See BeautifulLakeview V'J lease with
option to buy.
PHONE: AM 7-7142 or NE 6.8385 a' 1 400-Choice building lots

available in several choice
i V V V locations. Select your lot
Hills r and have a horn built
from your plans.
419-Larce/ 220 x 223 building!
lot $2200 Cash.433Magnolia .
"North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"Cpllwat Street front
age priced under $60 per
front foot.149Approx..

"'I &- 'tU t ;'y : t This corner. 4 of acres 3 locatedon county J
t'I f..f roads with over 1500 ft. of
frontage Excellent high
an. z.1leClL n land with lots of pine

)rI J'Z g-f ** : AJT I I. J Your trees. Located about 6.
C. / ; i miles north of city and U
fif'iPP'Vf V"' F&- miles west of U.S. No. 1.
Buy this fine parcel for
401 South f t Telephone 'feeVJtE, -IITMP + Entrance country estate or use it for

Washington AM 7 ZCII ToA building lots. Priced at
ie x $7500 with $750 down and
** J4 r..i \ f'M .-, T .!1??. $75 per month.
New 160-150 acres available.
1. Drive out Singleton Avenue (North n Priced at $509 per acre
; 20% down and balance in
off Garden Street) to two-story
5 yrs at 8.% interest
f. model home at first intersection. 171-10 acres located 3 miles
Information available on twenty- Arislically Designed ofLill north of Mims Good land
with many trees Pricedat
five homes from $15,500.00. All lots 4 Bedroom $600 per acre.
3 :
on paved streets sidewalks, curbs 196-Extra large building
;, lot. 195 x 250. Good loca-
and gutters, City Water and sewer. 2 Bath Homes lion trees no city tne.
Immediate occupancy on several $ ouu Cash

\ homes. FHA and conventional fin attractively priced from $14,500 to 25,000 182-Good located Just buy outside 20 acre tract city
I. Paul
; Conway
I on premises limits. Very
Preuldeol I R. r Wln.l.-a. Ir. high rolling
from ten o'clock everyday. VI..re..I.a'. Each homebuilder in VA 16 NEW HOMES land. Priced right at $1500 I
I LAKEVIEW HILLS per acre with 29% down.DANENBURG I
2, 80 ACRES just off Carpenter FHAd
F' new In the ,pretest ef being built, I
and full
Road $1400.00 per acre. Terms I Conventional will b e ready far your 'Inspection

>4 at four ((45) percent i iA membership in the F inancng i ...n.

t are without transportation or not Private Beach .. little as

familiar with the Titusville area, 'vq4 $450 DOWN new evaileble. fer the custom built
Club and.Marina. $79.79 me hem .. your Veemt.DANENBURG .
call for
now one of our staff to conduct -

r tour for A P & I
a your family. We 4 DEVELOPERS & BUILDERS

will help you locate the exact home

I. 'Ep.!: wiring. for your family financed exactly JEM BUILDERS, INC. REALTY '

ial..aplllev, to fit your budget slams: : .rrJ.yan.Comvay -f- W B. AXELROD PRES. 1514 South WashingtonAM

& J"C. Open IS, Mon.7.3858 thro Sat
__ ( \ or by appointmentCM
# Hr Tel. AM Service)
.\ REALTORS INSURORS 1514 So. Wathlagtoa AT*. AM 7-3859 Where buyer and serer ex i

40'. Dial AM 7.2011Ady, Night or Holiday 1e11trpals / TITUSVILLE poet and iet bettor and aster I
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House FOR SAL HOUSIS POE SAL I Read The Ads And Profit. I Live 'In A House f! WHISPERING

NEW I BEDROOM. 1 tile baths type. S bedroom 1 bath, I Itso PILCH: BUILT
electric range, central beat shade, established planting, --- -- ---- -- --- S bedrooms 2 bath, family
and au-condnJoning, paved street Possible In room with fireplace.' Air
utility room. $13.400.earporteand $000 come. Priced right 267-SML I ; wn Qul QYiijSPA '9 JtOM', O 1 SJf .EN ('_ Conditioned and baa nice
down and move in. Phone garage Assume loan on
Spangler Investments 267. WHISPERINGHILLS DOTTY'S $9450 ""DOTTER"Total this one VERY NICE

BEAUTIFUL 1928. NEW split level, (Zi) .rW tj Cott Includes Lot JOHNNY A. MOLES

4 bedroom, 2 tiled baths, Large Screened Porch 1240 S. Hopkins Ave
large living room fireplace, Titusville I Phone :367-6317 or
family room, built in range, IIIONIY DOWN NO nosesi COIft 1'0' 267-7559 after S
heat and aircondltionieg. don
ble car garage. Only $22,900 DESIGNED N.-. moot IIIOCMnI velopltllftt In
10% down $132.74 monthly: FURNISHED the envoi I Molt henry at (he price! Lee Than $70.00 Per Month
Phone Spangler Investment, FOR SETTER Maonry with brick hones a big tornscaped *- OUR LISTINGS( RANG
MODEL yardi a Colonial aluminum j FROM
267-1921. 10 NEW HOMES---
267.6488.'Q LIVING windows e tilt battu with full color
1 BEDROOM 2 bath In excel 3 Bedroom., 2 Baths, Family fixture a twrauo Moor apaclou Ready To MOT Into, Some FHA Financed SHACKSSHOWPLACES
I I lent location. Beautiful land Room with Fireplace Double clouts with louvered doom a double
scaping. Carpets included garage,Air Conditioned, Beautifully sliding glait door ewrlooMngyerd ale at. "SHADY OAKS" HOMES
: $6o down. Monthly payment \ Landscaped, Corner I AND 4 IRS. bulWn TV(Jock, a Hi r Is window tllli PRICED FROM SIS.OOO to $30.000
$106.00 including tares and Insurance. Lot Includes Carpeting, Custom 1, 1M' 2Vi lATHS utility NM a 40-gallon water 'heater SOME WITH FOOLS
I Edward. Realty 12 Drapes Built In Music HEAT e concrete drrwways
: Baldwin Shopping Center Center, Other Extras, at less .and MORE! On. Ol The. Flneat Subdlrlaloni In The Area SOMEWHERE IN
Phone: 267-3604 Night It than replacement cost of the BETWEEN
14 Weekends: 267-2321. noun Itself. $11,500-414,030 C ) leoutiM kltdtllllolulW"T.ppa" LOTS FOR SALE Terma To Suit IS THE HOME FOR YOU.
$22,600.00 (IV range with hood xhaint. Double MAY WE HELP YOU
| ESTATES Uve in a Professionally\ Decorated 3011 SAXON DRIVE COZY AND CUTEJUST
34 Miles No. Mime Horn at Tremendous $2M DOWN
Custom built spacious Savings! NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FLORIDA Assume existing VA loss

situated on. large tot (over NORTHWOOD MODELS OPEN FROM $80 MONTHLY Tel. 19'-$12[. 42ERIEIwlaw.tNINNytOrsMse.r with; low monthly nay*.
one acre) Includes 3 bed ments. Nee I large bedrooms
baths. Florida room SEI THEM NOW Including pdnclpb' Interact .... built.In kitchen
'durI'e carporte, centra i BUILDERS, INC. (muroec., hoe,.end ;: front porch, well land
heating and air-conditioning. seeped lot with rear fen
'; All for 16500. Terms can PHONE 267431 ced. In new neighborhood*
2671260. Move In TomorrowfASSUMIMFHA!

-1 (Continued on next page) i N', AVt. SV'ILlr ;1 ': MOVE RIGHT INI!

Like new, 3 bedrooms, 1U
1 GARDEN APARTMENTS NOW IS THE bath. on nicely landscaped
lot. Chain link fenced rear
"Welcome to Gracious Living"These LUXURIOUS lawn. Assume existing

TIME TO BUY W BEDROOM KMe..e"w. FHA loan with only I $63
Luxury one bedroom apartments of spacious casual .. ....... per mo. total 1 payments!
t I elegance with individually controlled air
; conditioning .
11l We took this house
W wN wed......... In
t and heating Deluxe baths, electric kitchens FAMILY MAN! See Wit HOMES ON IARCC ... .. .... sg trade and cm
"" ew --- ..t
l r automatic defrosting. refrigerators TV and New I room house on spacious I WOODED Lon., SUCH ..M tPsu. a.......t....... down payment to suit you.
telephone outlets sound proof off street parking SERENELY SUBURBAN Call
1 acre lot. Room for /e4s.eNheA s hs.ll.g, fwaarg j. rlahtjnowlCustom !
spacious landscaped private grounds and many fruit and! vegetable garden. YET ONLY MINUTES w IM Mw&: hAota Iw1.N3
other features. Good water Room for TO NASA CAUSEWAY, w_II w_.,...... Beauty
AVAILABLE DEC. lat 1M4We pool. $11,100 $1900'" SHOPPING CENTER LUXURY w
Spacious Stir, I bath
down. AND AU SCHOOL =.1. R:.= in home
I whw.. Iws ......... itect Whliprrlnf designed Hills. Arch
I.gN.MPsnf and well
a J. SMITH, Realtor PHONE aswsu 1 Full acre and Z M. rm. FOR SO =.NM.Nllm.l..d.Lea. constructed. Mas year
home Needs some repair. I round air conditioning
IIOIOO41, OO dowl. system. Enclnsed double
t t garage. Priced to move at
4 and I bedroom homes, SHbaths. ,i LITTLE! .: t just $19,900 with $1,000
down Don't fall to
MODELS OPEN DAILY A/C. + this one! set

1 P. M. till 6 P. M. Nice coner." $3930 tract- $3M almost down tacres. 11 r oak with Naturally parquet beautiful..... Studio I Ic X-Bedroom-Rental AOlrtm.atl'rom Your Imperial chance to Estates buy t new .

corpete41M. resale home
3 and 4 bedroooms, 2 baths. Ready to move Into for Build 1 acre to lots.suit A yourself good {Investment over I .. nsar SI00 monthly Unfurnished existing FHA by loan assuming at Just
as little as $450.00 down Priced $15,000.00, to for $3 000-1300 down. Oil Heat Mod.le Now Open For InspectionFurW1e $103 per mo. I bedrooms,
.CHyWotariSfrom __ / new a lI.pasy, ll.v. Oes.NW 1 baths, double carporte, It
Just few left.
$17,300.00.Dales .PIo...wd wall la the) loveljr "Queen Anne"
model Call for
Addition -Out Garden St. to Singleton Ave., I Acres good clean plteland to InepectCountry appointment

then North on Singleton to Open House signs. oa Salt Lake. road. 11.00 $13,950 --.-- ---
29% dow* : Living
JOHNNY A. MOLES 1 Acres lust off U. S. Ne. 1. $75 %. Assume FICA
Per Cash. this year. $11,000.<< lust $112 on this desirable

1240 S. Hopkins, Opposite MajnoUa"'Plea To Hurry see these! alee properties, VA-NOTHINGDOWN i'.atr 'and horn roomy In the suburbs.3 bedroom On

Phone 267-6327 Day or Night Can FHAssoooowiiN.Cr4erCoal clean and quiet street
( In the north side. A reasonable
After S P. M. Juanita Malott 287-7359 RAY CARPENTER 0 down payment will
make It yours)?
eM..wl "tee"N Colonial Heights
For DEAL 267.8813 287-3917 F Most new home for th.
a money on todays market
1,500 sq. ft. of living area
-< worth Be in Your New consists of 4 large bedrooms
-- entry foyer, 1 tiled
bsths, spacious living
room, dining room, cheer

( CROWINGABOUT Home by ful rm.,kitchen corner double,carport lot large AU Beau for r.Ilul

just S16.WO Iwtb FLEA VA.
or eenv, financing I Don't i i11I1.
.. this one)

SEEDUFFY Large BIW I bedroom, 1
bath home with enclosed

Now, And Spend lot garage) Located en nearly on Singleton Hi acre

Aft. Convenient to UP'.D.1
it. b downtown. Pick your
115 ACRES LMI" J colors and move In two
weeks. Your choice of ft-
ed North of Mlms, An Easel c ; t Christmas in Your ". IIlnc!! Only IU.SOO.

lent Icy \ ?'r-t CHECrTfHiS!

5 ACRES lit t. WHITE ACRES w.u toaeetd I bedroom I
: aR lt Own New Home bath, family room !home
Grange Area No cjualifylai-New 4 bedroom, v mien a separate dining
2 bath Cell Prlet $17.300. room and your own prv
.10 ACRES u-. ,., Do.... paynes $ano. Monthly rate. solarium. 1(11) er a
1127 Including/ prin In Beautiful hill but low la price. Only
of Mlms. frt:!:: Interest, taxes ese lav SU.9U _

3 BEDROOM ... sursoce. WALK TO TOWN
New S bedroom, 1H bath. LANTERN JL PARK
.., 'let, H From this lovely old I bedroom
Home (New) 1 acre ready Sad price $U, oo. Down pay* home :list beautiful
m,, $4SO. Monthly payment
wood floors modern kit
"i finDt Including ,..sadpa). lav chen, florid back..
BEDROOM HOMELew ( taxes 14 ...ur,... "Titusvillc's Most Distinctive New Subdivision" porcb. la excellent repair.
Just off the river
on la-
dews payment and uuefeedterms. New I I bedroom I bath SeO dire River Drive Just
prta K.OOO. Pow psymeat total
Siojwo price. Better
1126. UoaUly ,aym/at Sill Some Models Are Now Ready CITY CONVENIENCE. !

.10 ACRES HI*" Dry, Uxca Including and iasuraace.priocipsl. teUrtst, For Your Inspection CALL TODAYI!

All Utusble I "rotate en t CewMtyReads. NO CITY TAXES "The Heme Buyer's
New t bedroom. J bath, Co. 3 4 & 5 BEDROOM HOMES ltof lnt Center
veatioflal flaanrinf "'.HO. WATER & SEWERS" -
EXCELLENT U.S. 1 FRONTAGE Dowa payment USO. Large Uv- all beautifully finished & completely equipped SUTTONASSOC.
I ) SEVERAL PRODUCING ORANGE lag room, turquoise lutcbea, '
.' AT ComlJltI'Clalaitee osi U.S. No. 1 AND HEAT IN ALL HOMES DM S. WASHINGTON
lid Garden Street from ",000 Office ,h.. Name ,,,..,

DUFFY'S REAL ESTATE to $7loo Drive Wad Oerden Street Car
en r* 267.9440 24/4011:

PHONE-AM 7-0821 6) J. W. CHiLDltt: lt.utr FISHER CONSTRUCTION CO. ef 4r Reed, (lure thefts for ewe .*detf r 261.4JUa.act

Corner U. S. No.1 and Hwy. -Mima I :"-5583I PHONE 287-0514 mike te> lnt nt Perk StirAdvocattCUMlfled:

I'Service Beyond UM c.uaer 3 Adj



V"'eaufi u I .. $15,000 TO $19,000

A Community Of f Fine Homes J In Titusville\' to st $altO Large Uomaa LOTS restricted FOR lAtE to lioo to a*rm ft minimum.CLEN.F .

H A LOW PAYMENT DOWN Only Miles West of U 8.1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER

.., Phone: 207-3 3 or 387-2331

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Rain Or Shine The Responses Po ur In With S-A Classifieds I

..1.i i KC1nMabed Mewtrr1e..M MN) Real Estat.H6W4Ei Real' Estat. Real Estat.HOWES I- Services_ Used Cars & TrucKs Work Wanted WHEN '
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Real Estate f.* Ajg FOR SALT. lass VW rMto, .teeter w....
MOUIH fOH ML I CLASSIC HOMES eMs was. ettiaaAbe* 93et74 .- WILL DO .few*** to .y ......
J t aE MTU Mrf H, I BEDROOM 2 bath, 1levMer.e I lap .else. $1150. .
HOUIII ro* ttt .. 1r0' *. ..J peel. ftMJEM. WIlt I a &ewa, free Hi TkVilwi .t 1Lekevtew
term. OS Qeilrten Doha, I M CHIVY: Corvette: eafee.racently .
TCftarnc BUY in WMapsn'
,c LUXURY HOMES MOVE IMMEDIATELY Mo I. I. Late. ., HMfoom 2 Ml tile g 317..... W. 'ftiaMIIe'8 BM4 ISM .t ritusH. .,.2f14.. HkkI (
lit tatrtM I Whleperlsxi, Mllle, 2. or 4 bedroom hornet), MMM Bewe", largo vunty, ........ BRIARWOOD ) Md 4 Bwtrtww, 2 i 11M CORVETTE M BL. C. MAN (32) WITH family willing
MW In erea of much MjtfMTpriced 1 Fun Bath! Hom time .in extra
with Gar
ewivanlenlly/ at the .. carport newly deevatadvswkien e /. track to give up spare
tome Smell down rear HIM.3878WS. .
EaUte MM carpeted eooenhsls.Bsperieiwc
week to ewi
bunt In refrigerator
Mffn till of Oreenwoorl mJM fM. .
r, payment and only M IMIIttI- It x 136 ft. tot MM down tree Ridded bole, 2, 4 awl I Ii lneMee mante I +
off Mate' rood MM
I ly total VA oo down hornet ..
payment bedroom eleetrlc .
I iMMirwmi with panneUd 4th 1107 per month Include tenet : :* BUY NOW 'II METROPOLITAN HARDTOP a aiakjeltoetolaervie ateekderk
payment RKCNTWOOD: eheae, central seat .
and ... sUttea. -
.hMrwm which ran be used aaor TATES, west Gardes rAM end Mmwaeco. 4#o Abbott in fend esedi R-H.
on for
some ready octvpanejr orchtKiee 38T-09M.
dMI for buslneaa. Fire- Ave EveMf or weekends WILL TRADE IO3IJ'7.e1J11.
I 77142 or *4000. lot and
your plane NoqvaUfytof.
.. .. MT4WT.I .
to will carpet -- ----- .
1 Fully equip- BY OWNER 3 bedroom 1 ba b no cloning eeet, 267.8641 1M1 CORVAIR. auto trine.eaay WILL DO iroein by piece. 2879780. '
8",11 with house, fenced 'beak yard, : BEDFUXM HOME Whlapermf eoIWent.JOII.IIo.INI. eonveiUeni Hopkins Ave. Southat on gaa 783-9608 evenings .
,: :hw.iMrL4pM small down payment, tike Hllla. Extra (nehidelarae to, but out. of eight. and noiee or 867-KB7 daja.
of super Mghway Parochial Colonial Height" COLORED GIRL wants fun or
Mtefce* mot tad din- ofer payment 207-040$. living room, pump, TRAILER
and publk school btine 1 HAULER A1 eon- time Job. Cleaning or
..... wen, refrigerator and part
A Mom, *r fc oHne J'i DROfjifmt;; ( drape. mile north of TKuavlfle, La. WHISPERING LAKES, tri- tUion S379 Dixie Trailer Park babyHttine. Selena flame
: btockhgeMe
.. down>> payment. 267.1895.J
t. iMMfeted !
e. *M ,
MMtttonal Orange area, off Old< Dixie level near achoole shoppingand 287457Z Apartment n, Mimi Housing
, wilt, .biefeeed. 2 act prater ; room tan NASA CaU .
and aa,. bi added; large lot: only 33nlmriee BEDROOM 2 BATH Florida Highway CALL 287.K82. Causeway 1957 FORD PICKUP with camper Project, 2874017.CARPENTER .LLCM .--..V
to Cape. Very low room Whispering Hills, 115,- body, 4 speed transmission
:Jh oo.. from brlek miter! .fatted Mice. to Interested party.Twfow 500. 2877J54. 2879300NEW DAVE'S TREE Service Call T. mud grip Urea contact Vance WORK, by Job Den'l In heed .,
.i or hour. No Job. too large or 9. ever yeur
or pro-east stone eonatfgO- Lenora Avenue, Tl GARDENDALE 2 bed E. Harris at 267.2512.FREEIU. Bell Be -Undaey, 10 a.m. to' Itt plan whole mevlnf
too smalL Call W. R. Pitt- UI yeur
Jon teerllle. 281-1481. I: BEDROOM bath. Excellent
condition near lake. Goodfl.hinq room, 2 bath, central beat. f p.m.. 287-1311. man 287-9712. |lab far yen IfII tare yew
t PRICED FROM a I r conditioning built la time, effort arid when
COCOA decorated expeme
EQUITY newly Total price 112.900. LET HE tell your automobile.
; :2 bedrooma, den, "t'/i 1400 down. Edward Realty range dishwasher car IIIr trained tpeclalltt de thin'lab.
Browning Auto Sales.
$21,900 garage, Large beautifully 405 ... ..
baths, carport. screenedpwli 12 Baldwin Shopping Center t INSTALLATIONISuburban Hopkins. 2871520. Packing marina ".
Can Mr.267-5494 Ben M Tyler near everything 3J2298. Weekend Phone: J87-.W04 287-2321 Evenings, and, I fenced by landscaped owner In, 27-7202.backyard corner lot, ,ofered patio Propane WantedTOP "AL" MIERNOW Think Of

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201. U. S. 1 N. 287-MH
SETTLES ROOFING. Com In 2 mlnutea for good used FIDELITYAgent
plat Remodeling Furniture.

Phone 267-3439. 543 Repossessed 0.8. 1 IRC or furniture S10 S. Hopkins outlet Vacuum Cleaners +
Best CfTtlill in 7 WN! FAST FILM TLDrio 24 hour Tltuiville Polishers ALLIED VAN LINES
.. Kodachrome service.I s -Ektachrome Nov.135 I 287-1399 Day or Night EXPERT NEW SERVICE SALES & STORAGE It TRANSFER ,

20 mm slides movie and Me KodachromeI per roll. I IJUII" Wanted To Buy PHONE 267.7380 DAY OR NIGHT j

WITH JUST A LITTLE' -' + Plazi. Jewelry Big Apple USED AUTOMOBILES. City Phone AM 70228OAKWOOD I II
Auto Part AM 7-3686.

DRESSMAKING styling expertly fitted ORIGINAL literationt -I Wanted. To Rent
Little Money Down for men'i and womea'a I I SEE TODAy
garmenta. LUlien Hudson, '
267-315. 1 .OR 2 BEDROOM house or.ptrlm.nt
for young couple I
with baby Prefer to pay by Mobile Home Subdivision
week. 267-1S65.
Ride WantedWANT

64 FALCON Ii j Featuring:
: V PONIIAC TO Jola earpool from
'L I
Tltuaville to Cape Industrial .
Dr,, auto tram, r.die, CaU Just $6 00 per month will
svl. tram healer Area. 7:45: to 4:30 p.m.
and haatrr, 287-2211 ext 7133 at Cape I buy your child the moat LARGE 75' x 110' LARGE POOL

$S150 DOWN $S200 DOWN 287-347 after 5 p.m. valuable Chrlitma gift LOTS WITH .. SHUFFLEBOARD 4
Used Cars & Trucks be can receive.WORLD .


i auto trans haler Excellent Representative ,
condition. Take up payment
of (31.80 monthly Older car 267-4775 I
for my equity, preferably 5617 $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY ,
car. Phone 2673389. Caq
after I enly
by apt
be seen at Nationwide Tire TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north '.
Co. 727 Magnolia Ave. IRC.
i oOl on U. S.1 to Mims. Continue north on U. S.1 for i
one more mile to our entrance on right. For free J

Local Long Distance Movers information Call 2675586. .' 5

Moving 3BoW Packing

Storage HH KEBV Shipping -


x'400" .ul4, healer, 62 FORD Ness s $ $ ..

a JS1I5 Down $$11.03 mo sea, 5 V1 radl., heals

$$200 DOWN : ALL : FROM: .


P.Irian. "100" 0 syh m end hater HOME OR ONE OWNER
$150 Down $$46.16 month HANDPICKED, INLAND CARS

r Radio end Heater -

1 '61 FORD $$150 DOWN N Jl T7 OLDS 982 power steer*

Felrlena, V /, cut., R i H$150Down$33e61mo log and brakes, elect windows A

$ $ $37.15$ Per Month NON .. oars extra, clean excellent white wal tires, $495. .

III- 63'/2' FORD rJS stile
,radar $2095
THESE FINE. N steering and pewer brakes

61 COMET 2with equ '

9| // ca'60' ,POND SAC 58 MERCURY N STATION WAGON" hooter radio and $795

$$150 Down $$35.90 mo Monterey VI. ewte, R A M tM, N 63 CORVAIR a radio w and $1195 '
W : water
$$00 DOWN
: 61 CHEVROLET .?;

-- $23.48$ Per Month power steering, radio and healer, $1395

5 11962 CHEVROLET BEL AIR WAGON. automatic transmissionor _

/ PONRAC 62 CHEVY I II I : :: : j'
V4 poworgllo'e, power steering, power toll gate, radio, Nora9495
beater, white wall tI,.. and !beautiful Owe tone f 4 TQC *. or, automatic ,
$$40 Down $$5per week N* blue, with the erlglnol matching Interior y 11 7 J 1
64 FALCON C with 4
.. ",1" $
56 ave
en the fleer a

FORD $$15 C.n".rt.DOWN. It i H I .yl.. p.werglids, radio, hooter, geed white wall tI,... N 62 CHEVY ii rrj:n:: :;:; $1489

a nits !beige with matching Interior.A none !better
4DDar, Auf., $$1695"
$$5 S Per Week A thorp Car I 62 CHEVROLET::::' :t.
Down $ or, automatic: transmission" and VI
2 DOOR $1450

N liby. blu*. I c,'". sUfWirJ drive, geed $$795 N 60 'CH ''lR'LET IT':
white w.nl. A Reel Broln $1195
Horace*, redid A hooter, like new ;


"Central Florida's Tradinest Dealer" Handsaw and Heater
IIIlltell end wfll... V-8, ,..."li4., heater, CQOC I .
t a seed white wall tiros. Reedy te .. y/7J "


I TRADE-IN DIVISION : tu 3 m/li ChevroletUSED ::1'' MOTORS I

Washington ... 10:6( S. Hopkins AvenuePtoee 2671234 1105 GARDEN ST. 267.7042 ; 1

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STAR-ADVOCATE Ads Get Result!!,

I In Landers many charge accounts, one monthly bill

11ymbTHEATRE Nailwiwr : W. are starting something new for Nortt
lo Choice Mow Brevard County. tying you as a member of our plan. This permits

you to charge purchases at any store displaying

This is a plan which will enable you to aay ''BNB Plan" membership emblem.

Ann Landers: My busld vs anti to keep the child You / "Charge it" in many stores, and get just one This is an exclusive feature of our bank -

bale > me last night that, w re, of course, financially resW I. I II, I I II monthly bill, through our bank, covering all of one of the young ideas a young bank like ours

1m >w on he flatly refuses anaWe for the child until he is I I / se your account. is lively enough to start You do not have to be

to [ at any more home moy.I (I f legal age It's called the "BNB Charge Account Service." a depositor here to Join the plan.

i said the next time this If your father will not (or
You see us about it and we give you a plate identi Ask us about It.
i visited on him he is I cf tnnot) help you meet this obli-

out of the house no gallon you may have to quit
I whose it is. Frankly, a :hoof and go to work. This Is

'Bight I cant 'blame stunning Jiness. (Are price youalistening-, *-i.:=a0. 6........... -It_-.... brevard national bank INDIAN RIVER PLAZA

Invited to what wet tudents?)

was a dinner party 1, STATE ROAD 50

i we arrived the host was Confidential to IS HE OR

o cocktails. Promptly at9.1Q. n iN'T HE? And how would I

(no food in slghl.. :It now? Appearances can be de- w I

ven a cracker) the host ct :JvIng. Some vlrle-kwking
} out the projection equip. I ffl en (the real muscle-building r wcc BA9dABwb1 TavctrRtI LETS SK WHICH OMBTRIXIE TNIsONR'

Twenty of us were UterI I t] pes) are an dsome aesthete CANT r L )i, BEST LIKES GOOD/TASTES

In the basement t : (and even dainty) males MAKE UP '' {

solid hours looking at .ai not. MYMIND.9 ,
movies. 0 ''t 1Q

jt. movies were of their Ann Landers will be glad to N 1

their trips, parades and I help you with your problems. 1. r W 2

have you. It went back SI end them to her in care of this e 9 m

and even took in his 1 ewspaper enclosing a stamped, 11,1 saeIIt1

in the Army. The equip.Drat 9 i slf-addressed envelope

went on the bum several 1
S Sbes and the film tore Some '"

| the men got dead drunk, in JIM'S TV 9en 1 II!

Ifdefense. I was so hungry Pr.f.ul. nal A GuartntMa) -

1 y head was breaking. My [ Strvtct JO

sand was frothS
I practically NEW MANAGEMENTUS 0MrwaQ
>g at the mouth. 50, IRC. 1 Block W. *f N0.f N3 CHIP '

How can people protect them. I. R. Plan 26J2SSNNNMNIMN / HEYDADCAN I DRIVE INTISEBTK CO NO C>rl q4elxr /
'e IT.UsrIN' THE vI
Fees against this sort of r ,
leg Please advise. -


Eyeballs: Some home 'I, I \ I

wtes are great entertainment 'I':, rI: WON i I

for those who are interested '' dt _
i8/ ,c
feast and hostess who plan .:: el

lids aq evening should inform !!I.1 f MTfCOLAilaMATINEE

e guests in advance. Guests 'III .
": C'
ho NOT
are forewarned TODAY SAT Ic SUN. 2100 P.M. _
uld use their heads and sit ,,1 f .1 ,. "

the back of the room near j ... MON. TUE. WED. FIRST SHOW 7OQ P.M.

4oor. P t :: I
I 4' S you leave (quietly) phone Pt
CROWN Drire In Theatre
? -
hostess the next day and I Ii
'In| 1 M1U North of TlluiyllU U. S. I 7:00
#4 say, "We don't care for J.J.I i SNOWED UNDER :I IDon't on _

ft6me movies." I doubt thatygtN : IMPSEUN6 DCNYHORBiMR( IHIAaDITALPYaa 1
second '' M ,N.N .NMN.N NNMM..WNM.Y.,. .MMN..M..N ,.,Lw 1 ORItPD WNaN HRli
be Invited for 'I I. sat .now. nndar"financially 'I VERY IIKRNA1Mt Yotl +
\ 'I" by unexpected. f. /t011106dOWYNWY10.e., .JAOdeANRGS( rutrira94 cANOxllTat tWlAtlTalaTD1, {
I I untnaurt4' --htiardi. tiOO SiONf'1. ANO MaTOHIIP
.. I :tnd aovtraga with rl| FLT P .EI( p11IIX11'E. pIn
tI.J1eaf' Ann Landers: I have Kin Caiualty'a Broad I.

let mentioned this to my folksy Form Homaownart packr. N*MMGIEr7Is veoas ; ,

1 f let because they both have "(,. It provides quality I.1'.1protactloa e
agamat fira. "
hot and I don't I J N.NN..w ..ItrMtlXol, !
ftKtty tempers wind, damafa from waifht 'f
1! fetor how they'll take It. I ,. of anew or ica and many, p

i Mi a boy II, who has been go- a many other perili. rIa UHtflf I I THIS r Hi Ti CHAf'MArimi r 1I :

? Jng with a girl who is 16. This rts cz

|frl has been nagging me to KEEL I t l l .

get married but I am too young s INSURANCEAGENCY. 'I IKNiNIRap8R

to,take on the responsibilities of S INC. :

'marriage and I have told her'tot $ 30* Magnolia Avami !I I LIoI '

a doyen times. Z I. R. C. 267.7121t Pt Si M. THE GOLP NO Mona COWVWONCHIP ON TUB QOODIWI TILL SPRINIi n
pi tart'night we had another Pi Q 'pie u $EA90NIll AIRW rrtl-NO MOM TWJ8TX OLDPALlOPMINO,

big> argument over this and I t AAUW a so ovlR-WINTER FRIC.ou THI GPIEN9.a '
/e a .
was doing Just fine until her R RiUPONII. 'T T

fafher' ( and brother got Into the .i t Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis In

X*. They said I no longer i: : "THE VIKINGS"
hive t choice, on account of ,

i hfln condition (if you know what .

I Tuean). r 4
mVUI please tell me the m
yon ---

Caref RATHER CONCERN.9Deal [ Television GuideFriday I

I brw ; !
( flatter: I know FRECIiSJX.Y 1 all

what you mean. And

tilts a fine time to be asking thel'o'ons f NIGHT Ck, ( Wales. Train
/N: CL. 1 F1obi.l I M Cb. 4 Ed aulllvin .
World War I liU; Cb. IVarl4 a Uraataatkawmaa -
can force you to I sail: cb'l: N...., i port.. Watttar Coon D.
the if 4:30 i Many Nanny BfturniJobnajr IMMilla
girl you donot I I QuaatNawi. Cb.1 Uroad.lda ,
nt to. In fact I am opposed lion/: Cb. S 1'1.' .... Sports WaathapCb. 4::41 CbT.34I Sander VtB our I,M lb. I RoaaataCh. r r
9 1'1.' ..., Ron Cochran ::00 Ch 5 Rnilna O'TaplaCaaUal 4 Mr Llvlni:! Doll
marriages under such
.condlft andI
/It' Cb. Nawi Rporta, Waatbar ('h Fla bawg af Ck. I Movla "Columop;. I '
unless both parties' want 1.30 Cb.: : Nawa: Muntley.BrlaklavCh. : LOn. Cur Baycninippar .h. i ittst
: M Ch.
much to be married. 1 News Walter CreakliaCk. Ch 10100; Ck. I tou"tlallo. I IC" '
9 Mavla "3:10 to Tuota Cb. ( *Mkla ptaaaaaCb. CamnaIt aoQC r
4 CaatfU
i| are obliged to pay the T:00 Cb. S Yanccjr DerrlnierCh. : t outer LlMlta W 4 What.
medical bills and support 'Tine: Cia. a( InternationalObowllma Wyatt Earn I:;:W M th.Cb.: I I Porter Mr. MaaoaS WaionarCb. limn: CL 1 Mawa, .Mr. tl.tb.; : ..
Lb. 4 Ntwa, ,
child if she decides t Olllltaa'a Island i
she 4 Harry;
Nawa RaaaoaarII
Ck I Youni Nonplus Cb. S .A.I'.... Walk
ConorrtS t:M Cia I ...Y1. "o..ID' .. lit Cb, fChaoamaUII :
:11 Ch. i Amen ton. I. Parojioe
THE CIRCUIT :30 Ch. I Bob H"*. Went**"
nr ttM Cb. S Mr. Broadway 11.N Vb I Paler uuna. eu
4 t
NINTH ll'DTCIAL CtR. Cb. KiHanatnaraCk. 51:50: Bawl ;... Widths
(iM Ch. 1 ,
T. IN AND FOR BRKVARDANCBllT t Adama Family Hollywood ralaa Z
NTT, FLoazDA. t:00 Cb, Valrntlaa Dar I0m: Cb. S Ounamoka10i30
NO: ems ':30 Cb. 1 Jack Benny Ch. I Movie "A Wraaa at Monday I irl( ifMw i '

STICK or"i ronrcLoam IT : : Cb., 4* tamer Jo Clifford PylsCh Cb. IN.DlrtlacKlaa"lliOO .... ....... WaaikarIliOD I ""ml
JIJ BROOKLTX SAVING 10:W Ch. t NBC rolllaa of IMS ('b. I NawaUilD MOBift y..r r ,
Cb. S Movie ""1011 Taoraa 4:II Ck. I Ifcapa4iN :
K. Cb. 4 lUporwr
a Now Tork Bankln i
All Aatorlaaa Ck. World Clvllliatloi
ratloe. 010:30 eh. rarmOl'". Dllliblo Ch. 4 Haarlaa SamaalarT 1a nws'0 .." .
11180 Cia. J Movl. "To..or at theRed .wrWJ
rLlnuH. I 11:410 CL I New. bore. Watbal'Cs. lI..k" :00 Ck. S To., iYicy:1th
4 New' Hporta, WatleyCb.
Cb. fuaaklna
D k. COOK 11.11 1'1.' ... Almaaaf
SANDRA Bob Yung f II Cb.. 4 Film ,..tll".
ox, Ile w", ", II:14 C... 1 N.... Uporta Waathmr SundayS.OO f M Ch. 4 Mlckla Rva aT
DeteDd.Dto 11:to Ch. I Editorial .;.N Ck. 4 Ntwa. WaalkafI .
I DAVID X. COOKANtiftA a.0 It:U Ch.. 4 M...'. "Caltla Cnr* :M Ck. 4 Captain. Ku..... wAt ,
I COOK. Ch. WaatharU I tj r
/n: Ch. Ctrlaaaa ,1 r Q
Raat4aaca unknown :30 Ch. I Jo.nny CaraoaCk. S.OO, ('It. I Ukt limo : I tHvoraa Court ''
I t M..... Th. ,b.Cralure" ('b. I Gospel, Caravan /.NVk.. 4 Amarluaa: MKiory
) / l.-t., war4i ..
I a Butt l. foracloM Mart- pled: t .. Ck I B naa for IbaWomia
a 11:511 Cia I .0"1'10. ft.I i Ck. Ckrl>ia kar Prk. ,
.. Ian. Mod aiatnat iron laab.ve 1:16: ('11. Call Oaor/ty
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etreeu. laM sidewalks ebUl b< ',
ooaatnot fear fleet wide, ajrdapproUawtelr to I publish notice of the said
I Southern BellAnnounces d" thick TIle area Ins In newipaper vublluhr
cover** by Bald Improvement the : of TltuevlllK ft
Cattle Feed That ball be tint earlneered sad eUk- ones a week for two con_
A I ed tar the entire approximate lln- week the date af the tint
eel dletaw lNoNIbOft Ma45L lloatlon to too not lea than
I i Ii New ....UeeeliTb.... Ckantetev el MMenwe) tebe > bearlBi day prior. to the data of

*- entire anal dbUno of Section t That the City 1
I paid eldeirklkJi rtefl be oonrtnwt- sine be, and he U herebr torlaed
ed at oonoret at ot toe the and directed to a The Florida V-P SOW, lb., pprottmttely W wide for competitive bid for Die
Grows In and 4" thick.Oeeeral Oeecrlptlea. eC Inp ."$ truotlon of. the fuieuudprovementa. .

..... CeatsmplatedI
Southern Bell Telephone Company The work Include tie Inetal- Section 4. That the CIty Cc:
oil shall meet at the time
r today announced top administrative Ittloa of th* beretefor deeorlbed place aforesaid and hear obi
look at It. it has saved cattle strand of brown fiber called the Idewalk of the description and
Tourists love to I moss, many romonitrai
I changes Involving material set out herein. oontruotloa ::tb:4:
ftomc homeowners think It's atulsance from starvation during severe "moss hair". The moss hair Florida officials. will be done by enainerlnr la ......OD. or by: penon Detllloa.ipreeent
and cows will eat 11. Florida winters. Florida Agricultural says Hentges, Is surrounded bya described and etaldnir and the the area neceaearv'dealInn hereafter by attorney: ,.and the City C out

What it It? Experiment Stations greenish-gray bark This bark Haude X. Yates, of Jacksonville of said area to allow the proteeta If any all and obltnlone rnak, ame i>
The mysterious substance in scientists noted the plant was and the grass-like leaves on the widely known vice president walk pourlnc. *. together of withraeemessoF confirm or rescind tbs neoiut *
question Spanish moss, a consumed by cattle and several strands are the source of most and general manager for Map for the molding_ .and orylnie: whether of neoMilty, the: proposed aD4"1< Imiuwmeat _
plant which can be seen hanging years ago directed some re of the nutrients useful in live- Florida for the past several of Estimated the poured Cast: con.theee'* Improve *I shall too mad* and bow t'

from Florida trees in long, search toward Spanish moss to stock feed. i I years win retire at the end of ...... and sod, the thereof determination ball be of "the aeeee CF
flowing strands. determine what kinds of nut On the tree, green moss con. December under the company'i The estimated cods ef theaol) Council ball bo final and; ealnsira
I Improvement I. a* follows
But Spanish moss has many rients were present In the tains 0S to 75 percent moisture !'P 1 automatic age limit retirement Conitruotloa oat WT.IMOO Section S. An ordinance

paradoxes. It did not originate grass-like leaves. When dried, the long brown plan. EDKlneerlna 14 4.HS4.882.00.00Contlnirencle resolutions, or part of ordinaMor <
in Spain .is not a true moss, Dr. James F. Hentges, Jr., moss hair fibers will constitute! L. E. Bast, of Atlanta, formerly Total Amount Required. tll7.2H.00 resolutions la conflict hen
with are hereby repealed to tt
and does not live on the tap of Experiment Stations associate about one-fourth of the dry mat of Jacksonville, has been .eratlea ef Area ef lmpre.s.qeeut j extent of auch conflict.

the host trees. Basically, it is animal nutritionist, points out ter. The remainder Is a pulp named Florida vice presidentand Thee Improvement l will ho located Section d. This reaolutloa slid
take effect Immediately coop It
a flowering, rootless air plant that Spanish moss is generally containing protein, mineralsand general manager to succeed more within apeclfloaUy the Cltv of herel THuBvllle.a Batter) paste and adoption.PASSED .
which from seed. The classified carbohydrates mostly Yates. got forth.The : AND APPROTXt
grows as "green" or raw .
West side ef Kev Larro this :24th day of November tae{
plant's growth is dependent moss, and "dry" or cured cellulose which are good John P. Evans, of Jacksonville Drive from Slate Road M Soot(I lei Bill Walker

upon water, sunshine, dust, and moss. Hentges says that green food nutrients for cattle. assistant vice president, to North the Cltv side Llmlti.of State Road Bit, ATTEST Mayor
air. moss is the living plant which Hentges says this is why -- has been appointed assistant from Key Lenro Drive to RoeehlllATenue. /*/ Marnret Clerk Cooper

This air plant .is often eaten may be easily distinguishedfrom Spanish moss has such a high HALE, HARDY TB FREE-Mrs. Laua Elder, R.N., vice president and assistant The Bait.= aide of Roeehlll Ave No' ,. City n. Des 4 (PH. 1M4.
by cattle, and is a nutritious dead moss which is gray. potential nutrient value. As a County Health Department, gives TB skin test to general manager. Sue from State Road to to Clere-l,

feed for the animals. Becauseof fsh-black In color. matter of fact, Spanish moss the Santa who will be In the Titusville Shopping Both of these appointments Und The Road.Weet aide of Romhlll

the abundance of Spanish The center of the plant Is a would have more nutritive value Center, starting Saturday. He was given a clean bill are effective Jan. 1. rue from Cleveland Road

for cattle than oat straw if of health and is ready to hear the wishes of all John C. Tuttle, general! accounting Knox The MoCrie North Ida Road.of "- A"1 pee
all the plant's nutrients! were manager for Florida, Street from Dada Street
children visiting the various stores in the Shopping Hood Avenue.East .
Annual legislative. ProposalTo digestible.An Center. has been elected company treasurer aide of Rood Avenue from
earlier analysis revealedthat with headquarters In At the Unnamed Street to MoDosad.Slrs.t. (

I the whole moss had a high lanta. The Booth Hide of McDonald

Be Topic M HearingsTALLAHASSEE ash content of 5}% percent, ISanta Gels TB Skin test East, a native of Athens, County Street from Road. Hood Avenue to: t.1$299J

while the moss hair had only % Ga., graduate from the University The West aide, of County Road' /
percent The researcher says of Georgia\ in 1937. He beganhis from McDonald Street to Xhomaa'

(AP) To vor of annual sessions. this is apparently due to the The Santa who will be In the the County X-ray Program and telephone career the same Street.North aide of Thomas Street. '

acquaint people with a proposal With Legislature meetingnow fact that the leaf scales trap Titusvllle Shopping Center this to support the Brevard County year In the plant department in from North Hood side Avenue of Coquina to City Avenueii Park., ,,11\1'1\!

for annual session of the for BO days every two years dust from which the plant derives year received his Tuberculintest Tuberculosis and Health Association Florida, serving until 1945. from the Railroad to Pine lane.
Legislature Weit aide of Pine Lane from
the of
many legislators have complained most of its organic con this morning.The through purchase Coquina Avenue to Knox McC..... ,
After of Increasing rife
four filling positions !
public hearings will lack time stituents. This explain the Christmas Seals at this time. South aide of Know MocsatDrive
they to consider I may Titusvllle Shopping Center "The responsibility In Florida from Pin Lane t* Co-
small of
be held la December in major legislation. relatively high iron content of amount money eul" .cbooL
dUes. the Merchants Association requested each person donates throughthe North Carolina and Geor- North side of Knox MoCrie .N
The Legislative) Reference Bureau moss, says Hentges.
Rast Drive aoron Coquina School
gia, was appointed
has This also < Santa have this skin purchase of these seals, goesa to the Section Line.
Sen. Merrill P. Barber of Vero studied other state leg investigation reported property
auditor In 1945 and
test to affirm that he Is free of long way toward the eradication was Bait of CUT Park and Ttrnt
Beach chairman of the Legislative islatures to learn their experience presence of substances named general accounting man Florida Utilities Plant from City r
Council's Legislatives Sessions In the field of annual ses which may be sources of vitamin TB germs as he will be in per. of Tuberculosis and other Park to Knox MoCrae Drive.
diseases." ager for Florida in 1957. He was East aide of Hopkins (MacBolla -
hundreds of
sonal contact with
Committee, said meetings dons A for livestock. Experiment appointed assistant ) Avenue from Coquina .."*.
will be held Dec. 8 and I at the A constitutional amendment Stations research confirmed children at the Center, starting Santa will be in the Tltusville of the American Telephone comptroller and! sue North to Hlirh aide of School.South Street from 10 PIECE SOFA BED

Dupont Plaza Hotel In Miami, would be required to allow Flor these findings and recorded Saturday, Shopping Center and the various Telegraph Company in New Palm Avenue to Park Avenue m Group V -$169.9S

the Floridan Motor Hotel in ida's Legislature to meet each quantitative data on the con George Browne, manager of stores from Saturday through York in 1959 and became vice- Palm South Avenue side of to South Water Street Tank.from
Tampa Dec. 14 and the Roosevelt year. tent of vitamin A (corotene), the Titusville Belk-Llndsey store, Christmas. Take the kiddies president and of North aide of South Street (SR I.
Hotel in Jacksonville Dec. Other members of the study and vitamin C in Spanish moss. stated today, "The TltusvWe down and let them whisper their Southern Bell In comptroller 1961. 406)cotta from Avenu Water Tank to Poln-

18. group include Sens. B. C. Pearceof Apparently, says Hentges, Shopping Center merchants urge Christmas desires to Santa. He Yates native of West Bide of tTn-named Street t
Two members of the study East Palates, John Mathewsof livestock feeding trials with the public to take advantage of .is hale and hardy and TB !free! Is well known to(Lane Himlln Avenue Court.) from South Street

COmmittee Sen. l George Holla- Jacksonville, and Reps. Em. Spanish moss have never been ida for civic and Tennessee'l Weit side of Park Avenue from
ban of Miami! and Rep. R. 0. mett Roberts of Palm Beach conducted. However, Hentges leadership. He first Subdivision.South Street to Wbiiperln Oak

I Mitchell of Tallahassee, have already County and Ray Mattox of Polk notes that the existing research Brevard ounlians Purchase Florida in 1953 as general man West side of D leon between

i declared themselves fa County. data on the protein, energy, ager and was appointed vice- South Street aide and of Maxwell Maxwell Street.South Street
mineral, and vitamin content of from Deleon to Fifth ""."u..
Spanish moss Is sufficient to $$342,149 E & H Savings BondsBrevard president 1958. and general managerin from West Maxwell side of to Fifth East Whipper(Deleoa) 10 PC. BEDROOM

Traffic Deaths Cast Somber explain its appeal to a cow. tat Hllli Roed. Group Value U9JT
West ride of Lee Road (Dolan
. countlans purchasecl$342,14Q ed total reflected a decline of RKSOLTJTIOX NO. RMM4 from Bait Whliperlna Hllli Roadto '

Frank Sindylek Series E and H U. S. seven percent. For the yearto A DECLARING RESOLUTION) THE OF NECESSITY NECESSITYFOR Forreit aide 1I1..t.W.et of Rock. Pit Road I

Hole On National HolidayThe Savings Bonds during the month Oct. 31, combined E and 11 THE CONSTRUCTION' Of from Street South Street to Tropic fF e II:
of October the 1964 sales 4.5 below the SIDEWALKS WITHIN THE '
bringing were percent CITY LIMITS OF THE CITY OFTITUHV1LLK South aid of Tropic Street from

pace of the nation's traffic Blackwell, Okla., and three of Dies WednesdayFrank total to 99 percent of the quota.. year prior.Mars. WHEREAS,. tb.FLORIDA.City Council of ruse Rock Pit Road to Hlllcreit Are- 'J.J I, I
: deaths spurted sharply on her young children. For the first 10 months purchases tho City of TltuiTllle. Florida. haidetermined loutb side of Oardex Street \
from the Railroad to HlshladAvenue. \ .
total $3,686,679 of the It I. wlu and expedient
Thanksgiving, casting a somber .
Sindylek 74 of 514 to eonitruct certain arterial
Two cars loaded with teenager age the ShotContinued Wes aide of Grannli Avenue
note on holiday festivities in 13,723,000 quota for year. alclewalki la the City of Tltui-
Granus Ave., Titusville, died in from Garden Street to South 21 PC. DINETTE
many famWea. from Fort Dodge, Iowa, In the state as a whole, purchases vIII. florid ai hereinafter deorlbed *- Street
Gainesville Medical Center Wednesday the cost of which ihall beseemed
A rash of multiple-death accidents returning from a wedding reception totaled $6,585,368 in Oct e,lnit the oroDortr OR Group Value SUS
crashed In separate acci Nov. 25, following a ober and $73,003,373 for the From Page 1 lo.cl.llyPnlrlted In nroportlon East ride of Park Avenue from
since the count started at
long Illness. to the benefit to bt derived there'NOW. Garden Street to Sooth Street.
I pm. local time Wednesday dente Three boys were killed in first 10 months, for 83,2 percentof Section t. That the Cltv Conned .
I one accident and m the second A retired millwright, Mr. Sin A magnesium strengthened THKRKFORB. BB IT of the City of Tltuevllle. Flcr.Ida .
( was a major factor In boosting dylek cam here eight quota. The State's sales shield was devised for Mariner RESOLVED BY THE CITY shall meet at T.30 o'clock I PM,
the ton to IN today The high mishap ont boy was killed years figure for E and H Bonds in COUNCIL Or THE CITY OF TlTU8VILLK en Wednesday, the Kb day of MATHEROF
ago. lie was born In Czechoslovakia 4. FLORIDA Itscember, A.D. 1M4. In the City
way fatalities were far above The went accident during the on Oct. 19 1890. October was about $165,000 ration L: That the neceeilty I.b.r.b" Hall In laid City for lbs nurpoee
The .
the daily of m In the ((2.5 percent) lower than in two launching were declared t* exist for the el' heartne any objection or re.ntenitrancea NEW SMYRNA
average holiday thus tar reported was U* is survived by his widow, scheduled because of the complexity eonmrurtlott of Improvement *. that may be made to
first nine months of this October 1063.Nationally tlie construction of the 524 Canal St.
year hereinafter teicrlbed. a general improvements
OlanU 'C. where Titusvllle
near seven
; three sons, of the mission
and because
E Bond Aewrlpton of tae Improvementslocation aforesaid and the City
This year's Thanksgiving ton members of one family and thedrI"r Frank, Rudolph and Robert purchasesacross Mars Is in position for a or area la which lucbprovementi Clerk and Auditor be, and he I* Phone GA 8-1131'
also was far more than reportedIn country were four per- are t* be made Hurebv authorlaed and directed
of t second car werekilled Sindylek, all of Cleveland, Ohio.
launching from earth
cent lower only one nature and extent of Improv.
the in October while H's
corresponding period I la a head-on collisionNo Services will be held at 2 p.m. month out of each 25. Mars will merit, general character of material .
year ago. The final count for the slipped 28 percent The combin- to be used and the estimated -
tstimau of traffic deaths Saturday at Smith Chapel with .
not be within shooting range Coat thereof helng a* followi
162-hour weekend In 1963 was for the Thanksgiving weekendwas Smith Funeral Home in chargeof until December :
again 1968. l>.Bia ef Nature' sad Eiteetef
V3 record for
a high a fourd.y1'hanbglv1nl CMDR. BERTOGLIO
mad by the National Safety arrangements.IT I AND II Mariner 4'. television camera Herkt
holiday period Council. It said there Is little The Improvement contemplatedwill
sine the count was started In KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) Na was designed to take 22 pictures provide for arterial sidewalks
1958. extra long-distance travel forth WAS BOUND TO HAPPEN vy Commanders Lloyd and during the minute fly by next within the hereinafter described
are for the purpose of providingeafe
Wet weather, snow In the Pacific *.holiday. LOUISVILLE (AP) The last i Floyd Bcrtoglio aren't twins. As summer. walkway for children a-olnr
to and from school and for oIb.rnormal i
Northwest and Midwest An Associated< Press irvey call sounded and passengerswere I far as they know, they aren't Throughout the long trip Mar purpoeee and benefit derived

and rain In the East, created during a non-holiday weekend of loaded aboard a sleek airliner even remotely related. iner 4 la supposed to radio information Three from ildewalk eald shall Improvement extend fora
hazardous driving conditions in 102 hours from Nov. 11 to Nov. at Standiford Field. But they're both career Navy about distance of approximately 48 M O YOUR

many areas. Highway travel, 15 showed 468 traffic deaths. Doors were locked and theA airmen, each has a brother such as radiation space, properties cosmic lineal from start feet aid or commencement dletinc helm of ndependent

although not regarded as heavy The record-low traffic death toll signal was Hashed for the named Ed and they have servedat dust and magnetic fields. aid arterial sidewalk to its termination Insurance AGENT
as on other major national boll- for a Thanksgiving holiday period !. plane to take off but nothing many of the same stations. I Including Intrneottnc

days, appeared above normal In was 4C In 1960.Printing happened.The Lloyd is from Fresno, Calif.,
post of the nation. crew was still Inside the and is 47. Floyd is from Benlo, "flRYE9 YOU iIRIT" I

"The latest of the multiple- terminal having coffee. Ill, and is 48. '*

death accidents wen reported Needs!

in Kansas and Iowa. A car NOW OPEN IN TITUSVILLE! amlSOll.
rammed under a parked truck See The
on the Kansas Turnpike near Watch For Grand Opening Celebration .

Wellington, Kan., Thursday Star AdvocateBY There are at least lit food reasonsfor
tight, killing Joan Judd 24 of
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Chef I This tweet Southern recipe Riuuranoe therefore '
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