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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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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)-
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The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents ,(.

84th Year-Na 145 20 Pages Today TitusviUe. Florida, Wednesday, December 2, 1964 R Copy Published Mondaxj, Wednesday and Friday

t Titusville Building Permits Top $20 M$1JqnF i,!! !!

.,, Molds1O0plot '
'II Board ApprovesCity
'n County By

Bulkhead LineThe Wide MarginBuilding

new bulkhead line proposed jectors present at the hearing, permits in Titusvitto i
by the City of Titusville, however, the II board did havea otal IOiO.31I for the first 11
was approved yesterday by the< petition from several property nonths of 19 Internal Improvement Fun Trustees in Tallahassee. presented to the council at
tits the
past $20 mule< mark.
Making the presentation of the time of the hearing. He said
the line before tho trustees was also that a petition, bearing This puts Titusville way out
about 60 signatures, was presented root in the
county municipal
Mayor Bill walker, who point. In support of the line.
lullding permit race, with I
ed out that the line was con. A bulkhead request had been
slstent with the thinking of then asked for from a point near llockledge holding second place,
Board in that it smoothedout Howard Johnson's south to near according to January-October
w. the shore line u much u Imperial Towers the II board otal permits, with lese than
feasibly possible and would do refused to grant this new line ,alf Tltusville'i amount.
away with "piece meal" bullc- until the city had made a com
heading which has been criticized plete study and revamped its The Central Brevard city I
by the board. shoreline to be consistent from told second place In evalu.

k 1 At a public hearing held last the north to the south city lim Jon of permit for the 10-momh
J, Summer, protests were heard its. The new bulkhead plans call wlod January-Octoher, with
I't a4 from several property owners for little change in front of residences U 3OOO. compared to Tituslllo -
bordering the Indian River. J. along the river between { 'i $13.5 million for the first
J. Parrish, who also appeared Citizens Bank and Howard John SIR 10 months. Indian Harbour
', before the board said that with sons. However, the line does Beach ranked third with |9 7millloo
concerning auto make a gradual outward followed In order
the deletion of the future bulk. twing by
safety will shown tonight at the Citizens Bank, be- head plan, which carried the at this point to allow for riverfront <,;au Game with 'S.' million,
.. ginning at 730.: The movie, part of a safety program line 600 feet Into the river, development south of Howard :Merritt Island with |3.4 million
being sponsored by the Titusville Police Department near the channel, that the objections Johnsons. i 'ocoa $..I million, Melbourne
will be open to the public and Police Chief of most of the residents There are many plans, some |.,4 million, Cocoa Beach ISO
W. T. Brown extends an invitation to everyone to would be overcome. Par. announced and others pending million and Satellite Beach with
attend. Patrolman Les Brandies, left, is presented slab called the approved line "in on riverfront development in III million, according: to figures
the film by Pat Blumer, manager of the local the best interests of the city". that area south of Howard John I FIRST FEDERAL EXHIBIT-Reproductions anyone opening a savings account of compiled by the Brevard
Southern Bell Telephone Company, through which Mayor Walker said this sons. Just recently Broyhill De of 20 world famous master- $25 or more but everyone is invited to Builder' Exchange, Included lathe
the film was made available.-A Photo. morning that there were no obI' velopment Co. announced plans piece paintings are now on exhibit at view them. Shown above with lome of monthly report of the Flag
for a huge apartment yacht the main office and also the Indian the paintings are Earl Jones, left, Ida Industrial Commission and
basin for that area and Imper River Branch of First Federal Savings president of First Federal and .frl. the Florida State Employment

"AM 7Will Be No More I ial Towers has plans for further and Loan Company In Titusville. They willard Soloko, an employee.-A Service. -

waterfront development may be purchased for a small price by Photo. Other evaluations show Cap
Immediately behind the apartment
I on the riverfront. Canaveral with S3S mil
MAM-7" win] soon be no more. changes or changes in the tele ber of telephones in the United II. C Kirk has indicated development lion Palm Day $2.: million,
The last of the central office phone numbers themselves. But States is expected to double of the waterfront at Federal Judge To Decide Fate Melbourne Beach with $11 million
tame will disappear In the TI. It has meant changing the within the next 10 yean, and at the junction of U.S. 1 and Rt and Indialantlo with $10
number plates on telephones, this rate, there would have beenno 50 and the city's bulkhead line melon
tusville area within the cert two changing the billing methods to usable numbers left under would to bulkheading .
months. all numbers, and changing the the letter, 5-number systems Of the 1(2 permit Issued in
Pat Blumer, Southern Ball listings in the telephone dire within the next 10 or 15 years. south planned of Route by 50.the county Just Of FEC Contract RegulationsJACKSONVILLE TltusvlU luring November, 70>>
for a total of 11,711,500 were for
manager here, laid today that tories. The 2-S plan offered 540 possible Representing the city athe _
single family dwellings; T h I
when directory delivered the next two months,
new During usable exchange,codes. By meeting besides Mayor Walker
around the last of December Southern Bell will complete the simply substituting numbers far were City Manager Cleveland (AP) The W. L Thornton, FEC petal! The engineer I In t JanCtloforced l ae constitutes almost one half, of
the total number of issued
it will list all telephone. change-over. the two letters or central office Talmadge, City Attorney Dave Florida East Coast Railway and dent, said the company now ha the railroad to go back permits
umbers u seven numerals. Why the. change to all numbers codes, the number plans offers Porter and Tom Grusenmeyer,' 11 striking unions put It up to a 403 employe in categories coy. to the practice of changing englneer -
The change has been going on ? 792 usable exchange codes who has offered his services in federal judge today whether the end by contracts with the II I at New Smyrna ttcac Average cost of each single!
for about four years. Actually, it Blumer explained the m a i n in each dialing area and the bulkhead engineering. Prop company should be allowed to nonoperating unions and wad d I and Fort Pierce. family dulling 1 Ia $17,350, which
ka* not involved any equipment reason u "growth'. The num- almost half again as many telephone erty owners interested in the decision continue to deviate from contract have to add 131 others If It hac I Thornton laid the rest of the Is In the upper middle Income
numbers.The and present were Ed Nelson I regulations during the to follow the contract strictly train crew continue to make bracket.
switch to all numbers offers Ed Poe and Don MacLean. strike-the longest In U. S. rail The company has a war t: the full run between Miami andto ,
Brevard EmploymentSets other advantages, too, road history force of about 900 compared: I Jacksonville Commercial construction withIn
Blumer said, including: The FFC Is under an injunction about 2.000 before the strike be- Still a third Injunction, affects the city limit amounted to
I -Reduces the number of dial. Warnings Issuedto issued by U S. District gan Jan. 23, 1963 But it haulno I log fewer than 100 jobs coveredby '1187,800. \
tog errors caused by misspell Judge Bryan Simpson to live up passengers or less than carload > a contract with the Brotherhood
ing of central office names. to contract regulation of pay freight of Railroad Trainmen, .U
Breaks RecordsEmployment -Avoids dialing errors caused Hunters In and working condition for Its Another Injunction requiring in force against the ('EC. School Bids Are
by confusion of the letter "0" nonunion employee a* if they compliance with a labor contract This! union contended the com
for the numeral zero and the let. were union members. went Into effect Tuesdayand pany 1 111 in violation of( the InJunction -
records are 'beIng wholesale trade accounted for ter "I" for the numeral 1 Citrus GrovesWarnings This was bawd on railway labor Increased the number of : and a decision Is pend Ugh; Sent To
set, then broken each successive the additional hiring for the period Eliminate misunderstanding law. 'engineers on the FEC from 43 ing on a contempt complaint
month In Brevard County according to the monthly of central office name are being' leased The Injunction allows the com- to 71 asking more than |1 million
with estimate report of the Florida Industrial which sound alike, such as to hunters plying their ip."rIn pang to ask for exceptions It The Brotherhood of locomotive damage Slaff For Study
placed at 60,200 non.farmfirms Commission and Florida State MItcbel and MUtual. the rich citrus grtvM In eels necessary because of strike Engineers, which had been
500 more than last Employment Service.Unemployment I V,01 help eliminate a bar. th Turnbull Hammtck area conditions and the current hear observing picket lines, sent at I Kenneth Reed Construction
month' total.Increased I' was reduced rier to International dialing In north *f Tlhnvlll. tog which began Monday, U on east 20 of ill men back to workis I Baker Says Co. wa recognized a* appArent *
employment in the 1,300 (L8 per cent) In October, many countries, the alphabetsand R. C Brady, pmMwtt ef a set of exception It asked the Injunction went Into ef- low bidder on the new South
trade and service and nuscel- with less than two workers per the way letters appear on the Indian Rlvtr Citrus V S. Justice Department and fed and complained that the take Elementary School and
lanerus categories, coupled with! hundred of the 72,200 civilian labor telephone dials vary considerly LMgu laM today that stiff union attorneys argued that exceptions railroad rejected others on the Kennedy! Construction Co. w a e
seasonal step-up in the citrus i force without Jobs in October. ly, but numerals are commonto penult!** will be lmpot4 upon aren't justified and the buts of new physical examination "No" ToSubpoena recognised: a* apparent low bid
By comparison the National most languages and mot anyone found hunting dare er railroad' requests art too although the men were veteran drr on the addition to the
Yule.Decorating unemployment rate was set at phone dials. quail In the grvH. broad. I employe Mini Elementary School at the
5 2 per cent in October. opening of bid on tU two prof
Jobs In nonfarm firms rose ecu here yesterday the

Conlesl By SmithOnce 6,300 In the past year from 53,-I With Christmas Just Around The Corner school board, I IJtMd'
900 In October 1963 to 60,200 by
bid on the new school ;
again, following a tradition mid-October 1961 Firms linkedto WASHINGTON AP Bob was fwv.ooo or nearly HO 000 '
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set many yean ago, E.!: A. the Aerospace Program did I lies Near by Baker, former secretary of below the next low bid& of $M8..
Susan Death
most ci the hiring as additional
Smith of Smith Funeral Home the Senate Democratic majority m by Settacasl and Chilura.
federal resulted
and Ambulance Service Is sponsoring refuted today to turn oversubpoenaed The Kennedy bid on the Mint
the North Brevard Annual several large firms and numerous I I addition wa ,108.l0S, only $5M
Christmas Outdoor Lighting small firm with subcontracting / \1 .*..bar. Carbwi. was a few months old, but a I tumors behind Susan' The petite youngster has been document to tenant << I below the second low bid of Leo
and Decorating Contest. work entering this area, I A pretty blond beaded little doctor laid it was Just a little I blue eye that were ClUlln preU'l la several bonpltals, at Miami Investigating an alleged political I roy C, Robb.
The contest: offer a $20 prize the report points out girl lies in a deep coma at crocked and would get better". to lone sight A few Gainesville, Jacksonville, Dayton I payoff ,from lie a said goveinment -
for the best religious displayat Jess Parrisb Memorial Hospital, said Mrs Manning Last yean I Susan tat the sight of her right Beach: and here In Tit,>* contract they I Bids/ on both project exceeded
a home, $20 for the best nonreligious Chest X-Ray Unit At completely oblivious of the examination, however, revealed I I eye and Just last week, went I vllle for treatment of the dl* might' tend It) Incriminate the funds budgeted and were
display and $10 for the Indian River PlazaThe approaching gaily of the Christmas there were several! cancerous completely: blind. ease and removal of some of I me Insurance Don B referred to the school admlnU-
man neyn-I
best decorated door. season, breathing what I the tumor But to no avail traUve staff for study prior to a
This offer I II made for borne Mobile chest X-Ray will may well be the last breath of "She can't last much tager', old In !sworn himself testimony Tuesday "the final decision
picture a*
only, and the coupon below maybe be at Indian River Plata .. her short uve. Tiny cancer vic said the doctor, .. 'bag man" fur Baker and poUtklan ,-
cut out, filed In and mailedto ...."IW MtweM. the hours ef tim Susan Maiming but for a Although Susan I Is not receiving : Matthew H McCk ky
Smith Funeral Rome. Entries !: 11 &.III. and 1 ...... and 2 ,.m. miracle and the Grace of Cod, too much medication" at the In a deal to secretly funny! 01. DUIIm
must be received by Dec. and < ,.m. The X-ciy writ to will never see another Christ- present time, the current hnep.t. money from a stadium construction
18. Award of prize win be made seared free el charge te *llreUwrts mas. al bin at Jeu Parrish i* well contract her into the
on Christmas Eve. and mard Ceunty Susan's parents, Cecil and over $6S!>. A hospital tpukeunan IMO Kennedy-Johnson campaign t
Judging win again be by the Kahn DepartmMt ergo M Marlene Manning of 308 Gra said. "Susan la occupying a* fund.
ptusville Garden dub. The contest many M pmlbto avail MMAVMIVM nit Ave, have kept a cwvtaut s Isolation room In pediatrics, not The Senate Rule Committee
la open to home only in II the eppectwilty' II vigil at ber bedside since she became the disease 11 I conUgkxu had served Baker with a flit)-
North! Brevard. the X-ray*. slipped Into the coma late Moo- n but because! she Is I to stric. jorna commanding him to

day evening! Ordinarily this runs from $21 to bring to Its bearing any document .
"I don't know what keep her $33 a day but we are only which would shed light
,going, said the child doctor, charging |14" Previous hospital on the allegation
Fill Out and Mall To CHECK ONES 'the should have been gone UH at Jet ParrUh Idol 111. strained voice, Baker
weeks ago." But Mrs. Manning S3U.40 with constant reminder testified that he had complied
Smith Funeral Home g R.llgiou :would be quick to say it is the from other hospital about put by bringing the document to
Noa.R.11gfoue 19IJ
J 'prayer of friend* due bffl*. the hearing but that be mutt
TUusrlll. Florida Decorated Door hive
Q :and the "deep of J..' A special 8aaa Masking& "mpectfuUy refuse" to fur-

I afM .. "w wif mails MI and ..ritl..... up few I by the little girl that nave keot r Fund" wa let up at ra i u t render them :
.. her going and have helped her National Bask and through a 'I specifically Invoke this
Dc mk r IttH thIwIh Dec*mb r TJtK. I .ce.pt the "uct. .
D.clte a fincl. I withstand the terrific pain over previous Star Advocate: article (constNutknal right against
the past mouths; pain that a little over *300 wa donated lacrimiBaUon.," Baker said
many adult wouldn't be able to to help the little girt. nil and Invited the committee, U ..tha
Ham .. ..... .... . .... ... ............... ,bear. has dwindled away rapidly on any evidence of unlawful

I Susan apparently, was born treatment to try to save her action on his part to turn It 11
Address ..... ............................. ... ...... with cancer bat the dread dU- life The account I* sal open over to a grand Jury "sitting
ease wasn't discovered soul just prayer would also be greatly three block away"

City.. .... ..... .... ........ .... .... ............ over a year ago when"" bet parents tt. appreciated and, before yo* On demand from Baker attorney
noticed she was having dLfflei&y i- dose them count your btetwinfi the light for television \
(INTtlES MUST II RECEIVED IT DEC Mi) : with one eye. "We first and thank God cancer bus act were turned oat before question

socked: Susan' eye when the LMtte ...... u...... T* ......, Reid knocked: at your dint..iu..r were put to Baker. r..


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Pit I ., (FlorMa), !hr-Advecafe Wodnetday. December 11W4

Titusville (Florida) Star-Adrocat kIE SM 3 BOB HUDSON'S

Established 1880

Published Mondays, o

scan A Wednesdays, and Friday- WRAPPERKen

N Maus" By Titusvllle Stir-Advocate, Inc.C .

) 1014 At The Star-Advocats Building I

7ON 1100 S. Hopkins Ave Tipper's one of us now. The original and official all-

The popular English-born concrete county football team, as sponsored

MEMBER: Florida Press Ass'n; National Editorial Aia'n and salesman received his by the Star-Advocate,
Associated Press. l citizenship papers In Orlando Cocoa Tribune and Melbourne

Henry H. Hudson Pres. Mrs Hazel 8. Hudson, Vlce: .-Pres, yesterday and he Is extremely Times, along with the coaches ,
Robert H. Hudson, Secy -Tress. i e happy of the county, will be announced
Henry H. Hudson PubUsber Robert H. Hudson Editor When asked If he was "readyto
David Dunn, Bet Rutherford S. L. Adv.MQitioo Mgr take this big step" and leave on Friday.
Raymond Oasatfled Merry Old England in his past The team is selected annually

Second-Class Portage Paid at Titusville, Florida Ken replied that he "wouldn't during a dinner meeting of the
change taking it tar anything in coaches and sportswriters in
Subscription Rates "
Carrier Home Delivery -1 Yr. $t.SO a Mo. $4.O0.8 Mo. $2.25 the world. which the coaches nominateand
By Mali in Florida 1 Yr. $8./50 I Mo IS./M I Mo. $2.00 Congratulations Ken. We wel they and the writers vote.
Outside Florida 1 Yr. 17 JO Mo. $4.00.3 Mo. $2.80Editorials come you.
The coaches all enjoyed the

Heard the other day that a evening (the session lasted until .

fellow was crossing a rubber midnight) at the Carriage .
plant with a banana plant House in Cocoa Beach Monday.
for the benefit of women.
I Seems like he feels the end
product will be a girdle, that I
: gals can slide Into.
130 Deaths A DayThe
.. Au"L3 i' c i ia It's getting to be that time of

nation's traffic deaths over the extended year again when we all

Thanksgiving weekend totaled 554< for the 102-hour should get our Christmas cards

holiday period an average of 130 deaths a day reminded and get them of this ready.when We we were received

This was a deplorable record for the Thanksgiving I card our first one

season, exceeding last year's fatalities, since the of the season yesterday.

Associated Press started counting the four day We know the fellows workIng -
at the Titusville postofflce, i
.. .
toll In 1958. -- -
holiday .11'- JIll as well as other postoffices\ 11fff

During the first nine months of 1964< accordingto The 1963 Miss USA Float At top, George Arnold, at bottom left, Salisbury and right, Roberts predate throughout your the country cooperation, will ap in

AP, traffic deaths averaged 126 dally Highways, getting your cards and pack.

once referred to as "happy ways" In song and verse, ages mailed early.

have been converted to 'slaughter pens' in our rush
of recklessness They Have Created A TraditionSaturday Just got the word. Mrs.
through life in this speed-crazed era William ', recipe for orange

and disregard for safety of life and limb. : .Seems as though

The Christmas holidays are only three weeks at 10:30: am, heralds perlence behind him with the Christmas Parade vine to hold dances of this mag I she takes 50 oranges, four BYSAVIN'

away. The all-time traffic death toll for any 102 the fourth Annual Jaycee past two parades. Ambitious Jackie proved to be a most I nitude. For the first three years, I pounds of sugar and a gallon of
firewater SAM
1956 when 706 Christmas Parade, becoming projects are nothing new to charming and extremely popular .the dances were held in a drafty and mixes them all
hour period was set at Christmas known as one of the outstanding George, however, for he entered personality and the town is warehouse at the yacht basin, up. Last time we heard of Mrs.
were killed. We hate to think that civilized people parades In florida. the Titusville political maze still talking about her arrival but through outstanding decorations Huger, she hadn't recuperated TRUE HAPPINESSTrue .
can't observe holidays without massacre blightingthe We thought we would use this last September as an active During the Christmas Ball, the it was transformed intoa yet from what all good cooks happiness and is of a retired
statistic.don't opportunity to Introduce the candidate, and emerged with climax of Parade virtual "palace". do tasting her recipe. nature, an enemy
memorable and sacred occasion but every Day, to pomp and noise; It arises,
chairman of this year's paradeand ruffled feathers, without a seat line The building this is the
"in people and year larger in the first place, from
lie and the bizarre facts are written bloodon to note the chairmen of the on the council, but witha forhours geteMiss Have
stood just to will be warm and there will to admire enjoyment of one's self\ ; and.
our highways. We can only hope that the Christ. past three, give a brief historyof "wealth of experience". America'! autograph be a larger dance floor than Jim In the next, from the friend-
toll will less shocking. ever. They'll need it with about ship and conversation of a
mas prove Bannister
The up few select companions. Iloves
next year, 1963, with 13 900 people sitting and dancing. :
bands 25 there in his shade and solitude, natural
professional and other

The Price Is High floats, containing a total of They have done a creditable glider We ,haunts fields,and groves meadows and fountains in:

almost 80 units, Miss USA, t flew for about short, it feels everything i it
The loss of accreditation by 19 public high s q Merete Ozers of Chicago, a Lat four years wants within itself, and recelvet .
vlan-born, blonde-haired, blue- no addition from multitudes .
schools in Florida is going to have wide repercussions ( eyed, tall and gracious beauty during World of witnesses and spec
War II and
on the students attending those schools as it 'c- adorned the Parade and the Bannister a tators. On the contrary, false
little tine ., always thoughtan happiness lover to be In a
ball. A little less
virtually disqualifies graduates from meeting college reserved engine was a necessity. crowd, and to draw the eye
and not the
entrance requirements. same and still do. ReportA are that of the world upon her. She
restrictions put upon ,her that I Jim really puts the gilder through does not receive any satisfaction -
Disaccredited along with 15 Duval County the parade and point out the Arnold has lined up for this follow Miss America, Merete' Its wing overs,, from the applauses
High at Live Oak Branford proved very popular with the' paces. which she gives herself\ but '.
schools were Sitwannee original featured guest of the year's parade the largest aggregation I h loops, etc. We've helm it was .
High in Suwannee County,,Peck High in ,Nassau first Jaycee spectacular and in Tltusville's historyand host committee at lunch and E+ U. pretty thrilling and. 'awfully she from raises the adminUoa in others' which She I
dinner and the
: It ,to' date with thisyear' to along with it, a Friday Cape
bring par.
up go there.Definitions flourishes and .
and quiet In
County and Dunnellon High in Marlon County, up courts: palaces
on Saturday. She carried
twin billing of Universal ticularly ,ambitious endeavor, i theatres aid ,assemblies '
officials say it will be three years before the schoolscan beauty. has secured not one, but two of that "at home" air about her you bear while and has no existencebut
again gain accreditation This year's parade carries on the world's most beautiful that made all of us feel particularly Buddy Morrow around a hospital: when she if looked upon
and enlarges'' the tradition set girls; the dark eyed Gretlan' at ease. -JOSEPH ADDISON
The Southern Association of Colleges and Sec Job in promoting Titusville, Enema opposite of friend.
Four and the chain of beauty, Corinna Tsopel, of Ath
years ago Paul chairman Ice bag who
Salisbury was these Jaycees and their chair. a nurse gives
ondary Schools, reports Associated Press, gave lack command has been "handed ens, "Miss Universe of 19M" of this outstanding parade and men. Not only Titus you the cold shoulder REGULAR SAFETY
of adequate physical facilities and not enough tea- down", so to speak, from year, and the equally beautiful Miss seemed to be trying to "out do" ville but giving promoting the local citizen. Band-aid an assistant HINTS Ht who yields the

chers as its reason.in each case except Peck High, in to George year. Arnold this year's I Va.Bobbl, "Miss Johnson USA of of 1964"Alexandria. Miss, the past performances of his ry something to look forward to orchestra conductor.Letters drive right of mother way may day.Tnnfwis. live ft

which instance the association said "a combinationof Christmas festivities general USA appeared in the Orlando brother Roberts. each year The parades have
Now this year Arnold is tryIng been televised for the past two From
led to its decision. with' Christmas earlier this
reasons" chairman was co-chairman parade
to out do the last three years, although no word has
Committees have been formed in Duval Countyto parades, and because of the been received yet as to whether Merry

attack the problem by pressing for countywide pride and competition involved this year's will appear on TV Our ReadersEditor

property revaluation to broaden the tax base and each year's parade seemsto or not. / !
get bigger and better.
Congratulations to
for the schools. George :
provide more money The Annual Parade next Saturday Arnold I Paul Salisbury, and \ /
On behalf of the Titus.
These financial watchdogs who have sacrificedthe
is appropriately named "Mr. Roberts", for the traditional ville Junior Woman's Club I "
schools to appease irate taxpayers, are findingout "International Christmas"" and "Jaycee. Annual Christmas wish to thank you and your
the hard way the folly of their actions and innocent features the international beauties Parade. We'll be looking staff for your cooperation with

students will have to pay the fiddler. as guests. forward to Saturday. the publicity of the club's big

The fourth Annual ChristmasBall project of the year "My Fair
will feature the first "name Lady" Your coverage alerted
A Two-Prong ProbeWith band" to appear in Titusville Printing Needs! the public of not only a worth.

h for many, many, years; Buddy while cause, but of a wonderful
the launching\ of our Mariner Mars probeon a e Morrow and his "Night Train See The production sparked with local

Saturday, now comes the announcement by the Orchestra". The celebrated Morrow talent.

Russians of the firing of their Zond 2 cosmic rocketon got his start with the very Star Advocate Gloria Rust
I popular and famous, althoughnow Publicity Chairman of Happy Folks In TltuivlIU
Monday heralding history's first interplanetaryrace. Miss Universe Mil USA II I almost historical Paul I "My Fair Lady"
A lot of folk In Titusvllli
Paul Salisbury last year, and week. : Whiteman. and surrounding terri try are
The Russian attempt came as no surprise to our Salisbury was co-chairman the For the parade, George and Morrow has several hit records going to have merrierChristmas
officials as the favorable period for a Mars year before with Gene Roberts. his co-chairman Bob Keel, have to his credit, the most famous Unkle FuD's j this l eaar because
pace So the experience gained from lined up 12 high school and college : "Night Train". His 14- along chant this time
launch began on Nov <4 and would end about Dec. 4, year.to-j ear is put to work. bands from throughout the piece aggregation will play ,, art year-they decided to
with a two-year wait necessary if not achieved at state, plus have entries to date ; from I p.m. until "early in themorning" loin the Christmas. Club at
First Federal! T'leie peoplelave
Arnold Is a Florida boy born
this time. on 43 professional and local when another popu been putting
and raised in New Smyrna ho made floats and with other lar orchestra, yet to be announcfefikL money
Many adjustments in course and many pitfalls me- Into the Cluo every week
Beach of the Barra
a product entries bring the total parade oPium/ nine then
must be successfully executed on the 229-day Journey cudas at NSB High School lie units to over 80. A promising
requiring roughly 350 million miles of travelin attended the University of Ceor parade. First Federal has recently
paid out thousands of
gin and graduated from Georgia
order to reach a point in the general neighborhood Tech. While at Tech, George George had a little trouble dollar to its Chrstmas Club

of Mars, even though the earth and Mars are only worked as a co-op student at with his bands this year, and member frolic.for Christmas fun
134 million miles apart. I II II running into difficulties with -.

NASA officials are predicting an 8V4 month Jour. 'other parades being held on the Wal, Thanksglvln' Day Is Looks like the best of aO the all The greatest i Joy we have
writing these
same date, the various bands year
ney for our Mariner with July 14 as the predicteddate I already committed to these parades gone an' the bakin' sody jar is bowl games Noo Years Day is Christmas Club checks
almost empty. What with be twixt an'
of its arrival on the outskirts of Mars. Since I :,; and he told us yesterday Christmas an' Noo Years a gonna Texas rite down Alabamy there in that You can Join right now for

the Soviet scientists are aware of Mariner's schedule, ., I that he has not received the I commln I reckon a feller ott Orange Juice Bowl i In Mlamy. next year. AU you do I I. put
could have Zond 2 to it if I participation from civic clubs In x tew buy that stuff by the pound.Of Reckon Old Fud an' the missus la any sum you. please every
they rigged pass simple ..., [ I II floats that be thought he should week, from SI to S20. yieldng -
speed is their goal, experts at the Jet Propulsion '" i I have But, he admits that he ( course, a feller could cut will have tew get In our horseless from SM to SlOOO next
down on the eatin but that carriage an' head fer, that Christmas. (The $1 and S3
will have the
Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif admit I I biggest parade would ruin the Holidays fer club are most popular.)
the is will ever in spite of the difficulties. one.Jack Come a':: ask for further
Knowing Russians, it likely they try i lots of us.) Mintzer says bees gonna m
to overtake and pass Mariner 4, launched two days To trace the history of the The big day Is a comln': this be openln' soon at the Imperial details.
Mill FU. Mill USA Jaycee Christmas Parades, we week with Miss Unyverse herean' Towers u. I hear ten its gas's And even your Christmas
ahead of Zond in an effort to 'show the world' their
turn back the calendar to December
Miss Yewnltey States daw- be real sharp tockln. It Hub money here I* Injured
superiority in space efforts. You may rest assured Lockheed in Marietta, Ga., and of 19&1 when Gene Roberts gone, that ott tew make a fel sure adds tew the Tldyvllle sky by an agency of the US.

they deem their launch successful or they would upon graduation he worked full took chairmanship of the I Miss America ler's eyes bug out fer sure, line which is beginnln' tew look Government.
time Later he went to Seattle first annual Jaycee ChristmasParade.
I I'm gonna be watchln fer 'em pretty city Eyed when
never have announced the attempt.We with the Boeing Co., and has With about SO units in yet corn'it'
I ed. will take and in the big peerade an' maybe I
'' over play I towards town from over the
to be told what the Russians been associated with the
are yet just company the parade, the event was listed kin
"till the cows come home"The wave at 'em if Sophrony causeway
hope to achieve with Zond 2. We know nothing of since a total of over 10 as an unprecedented phenomena First Federal
ball to be held at the amt watchm' me tew sharp. That eelecktrick sine jist
In North
its speed or weight, only that it is probably in the years Brevard with Miss Fisher Building, across U. S,1 Saturday nlte after the peerade north of the overpass ott tew be
same trajectory as Mariner George met Connie hilfe.1. Florida as the featured guest from Jess Parrish Hospital, Is there havtn that big dance an' fixed tics It now reads, SAVI1 I UJtS:C IAT"ON I
In Georgia! and although really The next year Roberts again nearly sold out, according to boy howdy, that ott tew be a "WELCOME SILE CITY -
This 'race could prove J just who stands wherein Yankee born, she has been took hold of the parade reins Wimpy Mann, chairman of the nhing dang doodle. NORTH GATE." To a feller jist OF TITUSVILLE

the space race. The mld-cogrse maneuvers required in the South since a child and and shocked the people of North ball and Don Mattison the ticket Yew members of the Coon comln' tew town from Coon Dewnfowit Office

in this effort are crucial and little can be by listening to her you would Brevard and startled the rest of chairman. Over 400 couple Holler Crab Smashers an' Oyster Holler it sounds like "WEL Washington" At Main
never know she wasn't a full. the state with the tickets have
announcement been sold which Shockers Sassiety remember COME SILLY CITY -
trusted to luck in these intricate adjustments made .
blooded "Southern Belle"George that the most beautiful girt win make this the the ,
I largest "par pre-Ckriatmu Shuddn' NORTH GATE Now that jist India: Rive arancfc
thousands of miles in outer space. has taken on an extremely In all the world. Miss ty" ever held In Titusville or Party at Packwood Friday aint no proper way to welcome Indian River Plan
This two-prong probe of Mars promises to prove ambitious project In America Jackie Mayer of San- all of North Brevard nite December: 4th. Who knows folks tee good old TldyvUle Dial AM 7-111

highly interesting in many aspects, any way you auumlng the general chair- dusky, Ohio would ride high The Jaycees have done a miraculous maybe Old S. flats hisself mite it? 1 t.3 Dally-AI' M Friday
look it. manship of the thrMmas parade atop the Miss America float In job with these dances be there shuckin a oyster 'er, Be se in' }'all FREE PARKINGTIMylll.
at '
although\ he has coma cx the 1962 Second Annual Jaycee i j aiace>' there is BO place in Titus-I t"0- laUa: fud

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dar. December 2, W4

FICUS SlalesReview SessionsFor DEL MONTE DOLLAR DAYS :.'4'\.'' ,


cooperation with the Can QUANTITY
Council of Technical
averal RIGHTS
Societies, the Florida Institutefor REGULAR 33< DEL MONTI YELLOW CLING RESERVED '

es (Continuing FICUS)will University present the Studio second Peaches 2 1 51 1 PRICES THRUDCCIMMR GOOD I:
In a series of review/ses FRUIT"C ans JTHWINNMIM .j '
lIons for engineers In the area 1 ( ( _vrami. ,
who will take the professional j
engineers license examination 5.95 Cocktail 4 303 51 1 ;
In Jacksonville In May. Opener ONLY Cons .
Registration for the review ,
sessions will begin on Monday,, FOSTORIA REGULAR 2}< DEL MONTI STEWED FROZEN .
Dec. 14, will last until 4:00: p.m.,. \ Steam-Dry Iron 6.99 REGULAR( 2, 3S< 303 '
Friday, Jan. 8. Fee for the ser.lies Tomatoes 5 1 GREEN BEANSToaster
Administrator Robert H. Hum ONLY 6.99 CUT CORN
phrey, whose office is located In REGULAR 23< DEL MONTE EARLY

Sebastian College. D'AIU, coordinatorof Hair Dryer CNIV 6.99 %J Cans June Peas 5 Cons 303 51 1 BEANS

the program, said classes MM H MIX
would begin on Jan 25 and REGULAR ?< REGULAR 2/39* DEL MONTE CS OR WK VEGETABLES
would be held from 5:JO to 8:30: CUT GREENBEANS 303 BABY LIMAS
pm. each Monady, with seven Cut Corn 6 Can.Mayonnaise 51 1
sessions being devoted to preparation REGULAR 53< DEEP SOUTH
of the "first day" examination $
and eight sessionsset Quart 1
aside for the "second day" 5 303 lf 303 PKGS.
part. REGULAR 2/89 SANITARY NAPKINS 5 Cans H Gr. Limas 4 Cana 1 1 }
Two mathematics, one chemistry 3 1.
and four physics classesare Kofex. 12-ct. Pkg. REGULAR 21< .DEL MONTE
on tap, with the second partof REG. 45 f DIXIE DARLING LONG GRAIN REGULAR 3.:'$1 I, ,
the schedule being set aside PINEAPPLEGRAPEFRUITDRINK 6 14 ox. 51 r..R..7.s..1;
for specific areas.-electrical, Fancy Rice I 3 Pkg. 39 Catsup Bots. i
mechanical, and civil engineer

provided"This in second through the area series FICUS because is for being engineers of Cake Mix 4 i 19-oz. Pkgs.S1. 4 46 Cans-oz. 1NOBODY Prunes 3 ,HIs. SI : TOOTH PASTE I i

a definite need. Last year we REGULAR 291 DIXIE DARLING

bad some 140 engineers participate Raisin Bread 16-o Loof 23'REGULAR 5 J J i
in the program, finally = Savos You More Than WINN-DIXIE ,
having to set a cut-off date for 39< DIXIE DARLING j
enrollment Dr. Humphrey KING SIZE TUBE jl

stated Because of numerous Pound Cake 12-oz> 29' ...................
requests, he stated, the off
campus instructional unit of the
state university system will proSvide :: 4 ( u s,
I SDh '!
this service again, be add 1"
ou arwsNt a
Tatty Is a possibility of adding .
d twth area of Instruction, O '
[ST 4S
in surveying, if enough persons {
grain.indicate a need for such a pro- Ii

All persons interested In the
sessions should either write or
call Dr. Humphrey at the )
FICUS office His telephone
number Is 532-4127, Cocoa.

VA Income

Ciieslionnaires l I

Ready To Mail

Col. William H Boshoff, Veterans I
Service Officer for Bre
Smoked HAMS
vard annual County income, says questionnaires that the VA's ,

will be mailed to 70,000 VA pensioners
in Florida at the end of
November, according to an an '. EITHER
nouncement from Rufus H. Wilson -
VA Regional Manager at HALF
St Petersburg Lb. 45
These questionnaires will be
received In the same envelopeas FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM SWEET OR
the November pension check
and should be completed and WHOLE !
mailed to the VA Regional Office '
as soon as possible.In j
Mil- ( 0 R N
a separate envelope
son continued, and arriving at .... ..

the these same pensioners time, receiving some 13,000 benefits of 1. jli; & NATURALLY IIIIDERH

under the "old law" will '
also receive an election card : ALL WHITE
for use if they desire benefits
under the "new law" C \ .0 BRAND CHUCK

remember Veterans, and Wilson widows said should that 10! crs: 49 F R E S H' I

VA win not place their election Roast II 481I
into effect unless It appears to LARGE
be to the pensioner's advant- ;
age. t .r" d ; // D BRAND BEEF
Wilson pointed out that if a
change Is desired, the election EGGS : :
the card SL should Petersburg also be VA returned Regional to II. i

Office preferably in the same
envelope with the Income quest. 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON '26 GROUND

ionnaire. : I. S S s I 2 DOl. 79c ;; Beef 5-1"

TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Money FRUIT PIES t.......................
put Into savings and loan associations

to nearly $400 by Floridians million In climbed Octob EXTRA EXTRA I I EXTRA

erThe State Savings and Loan ........,. ... )....,...... .. --.. ..
League said IU 134 institutions r HN Perch 11 at11p Wlen.Mr nMl .. .< taedy". _.*..<.e ,
had KI4 million more at the .- ':-:.='::..III _e 'IMV II<;.. ...... arM II'
end of October than! at the start. M "r w..M
This was $ )%.1 million more I
than in January A A EXTRA I EXTRA
per cent. it said. The $13 I million ._.. ..,._. ...... __ ... .....II OL
lent in OcUber was |:1 million s ; '.' Spriy Sttrthiv
below that in Septemberand S.A/ricAn. .Sirloin.. Sek. i .. .
)24 million below that of I .-..'::'.::: ';. ( :. :::..:..: .'. .. :.;::': ;:: :I

October last year.


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AP Don! let i r .4.APPb
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tout Creund; l..f /i Bfn
halfback Sid Blanks get Jrip
That's the talk around the American ._..-_-K".l"- ,".. .< -. -,.--" 11.iv .

Football League ,,i'ilijilil
star Blanks '
Houston OUcr
a ho went to Texas A A: L got Itl Itli
his bands on the ban 32 times

b-per the against play.-first!and San two avenged'Dwgo games' 112 and this yards Oakland fan i The Smart Place To Go... for Good Things To Oat

he baa moves I vc never I
wen before" says Oiler coarfc .
Sammy BaujSt J

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(PtorWa) liar-Alveteh Wxtnctdiy, Dactmbar 2. ,*"

I p.rJonat -

'round town

WctA Nnos And Notes Mrs. Thomas Morford and

son, George, spent Thanksgiving
t. o/ North Rrevard holidays In Atlanta attending

tzf:; the wedding of their daughter : Phone 287-9934<< wit harvard cart on

and sister, Willa Morford.
Thanksgiving Day was spent ----
with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clark All kinds of gay Christmas Bill and Joy Myers of 107 Lake City, S.C., who visited

of Smyrna, Ga. decorations were created Tues Echo Circle, their four children, with her son and family, Bills'.
day morning at a special workshop Terri, Timmy Tommy and Too Bind, John and Brad Griffin of!

for members of the Titus and Bill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1041 Rosella Lane. The familj'

Valerie Allen Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Cox 1212 vile City Council of Beta Sigma Ora Myers all enjoyed a visit enjoyed several fishing excun-
I Morford-McGarity ; van Weds 1212 W. Main St, receivedas Phi for their first annual with relatives in Bradenton over Ions, a trip to Orlando and a

Thanksgiving holiday visitors Christmas party at Whispering the Thanksgiving holidays. delicious Thanksgiving dinner
their son and grandson, Hills Country Club on Dec 11 (Bink's a marvelous cook). Join.

Vows Said In AtlantaWilla Bryant Day On SaturdayMiss Mr. William Cox and son, Bill The gals have been busy for Harold and Ann Fuller returned ing the family for the big feast

I I of Cedar Lake, Ind, and also the past few weeks covering to their home at 1438: Oak were Mary and Charles Massey

Morford, daughter of I pagne carnations. Valerie van Allen and scoop neckline bordered by a Mrs. Elizabeth C. Jones of Pen- match boxes In black with the Terrace recently after a six and children of 1029 Tudor Lane.

Mrs. Thomas H. Morford and I Mrs. Morford wore a moss Bryant Lee Day were Joined in yoke of embroidered Alencon sacola. sorority's Insignia In gold and months stay in St. Louis while

the late Mr. Morford of Titusvtlle. -I green two-pieced lace dress setoff I holy matrimony Nov. 28 at her lace etched with seed pearls creating table center pieces Harold was on temporary duty Dr. and Mrs. Frank Colomboand

became the bride of James by a matching lace pillbox parents home, 2380 North AlA and sequins. The lace motif accented Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Pirtchard some of pine cone "Christ with NASA. The Fullers have children. Margaret and

Lester McGarity, son of hat. The mother of the bride in Melbourne in a lovely 4 the empire waistline, Jr., Mrs. Bob Jones and Janice mas trees" and others with the one son, Greg, 21 months and Tresa, of 215 Thornton Ave. m.

Mrs. Robert B. McGarity and th groom wore a royal blue sheath o'clock afternoon ceremony. with long tapering sleeves end Sugden, all of Jacksonville, Insignia, gold leaves and r e J are expecting a new addition joyed a visit with Brenda's

late Mr McGarity, of Atlanta with a hatband of pale cham The bride is the daughter of Ing in points over her hands. spent the Thanksgiving Holidays trim. Among those attendingwere to the family next year. Ann Is mother and sister in Jacksonville

last Saturday at the Sacred pagne. Both mothers wore Mrs. Milton A. Couturier Jr., The bustle skirt terminated In with Mr. and Mrs. FrankP. Joy Myers, hostess, Ann an active member of Theta over the holiday weekend.Of .

Heart Church |In Atlanta white orchids. and the late Dr. W. Roy van a chapel train. She wore a Schuster and Mrs. D. B. Fuller, Mary Lou Pierce, El- Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma, course Brenda was back In
Allen. The bridegroom is the pillbox headdress trimmed in nora Robinson and Oneta Leut- '
Ronald L McGarity, brotherof Pritchard here. Phi Sorority. time to act as the lovely auc-
The morning ceremony was son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Day, seed pearls and surroundedby wyler. Nice to see Oneta lOOK. tioneer for the Junior Woman's
bride served best
the as
performed by the Rev. GeorgeJ. and head usher was John of Titusville. a veil of illusion net. Carry ing bright and chipper again Club Christmas Auction during

MelluU, S.M. The Sanctuarywas man also of Atlanta. With the Reverend Paul Ing a bouquet of white roses, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Collins after her operation of a few Tommy Ward, handsome son their regular meeting last night.

tastefully decorated with Conway, the a re Cochran, of St Marks Methodist the bride gave her marriagevows and daughters, Sheila and weeks ago.Sorority. of Mr. and Mrs. David Clayton, Bmk (Mrs. Billy) Griffis Is

pyramid bouquets of white Following in honor ceremony of the couple Church of II eating, the at the altar, which was Pam, spent Thanksgiving week 3165 Kirby Dr. will arrive home chairman of the event nd

mums banked against the altar. ception held at the home of 'hebridegroom' bride was given in marriage by surrounded by lovelyI bite end with Mrs. Collins brother' Welcomes soon to spend the Christmas holidays kept account of the purchase
Given in marriage by her sister, Mrs. her stepfather Milton A. Cou flowers. and family, Wayland Davis of with his family an1 while Brenda auctioned each
Mrs. McWharterMrs. friends. Tommy Is currently stationed -
brother, George A. Morford, the George Harvey Jr., in Mable- turier. Mrs. Howard Keys, sister of Charleston. Air item in the Impressive display.
at Whiteman Force
bride was lovely In a formal- ton, Ga. The bride's table featured The bride wore a gown of the bride, was the matron-of. Club members baked their favorite .
Joan McWbarter of Base in Missouri and
was recently
length gown of white peau de a lace cloth over linen Italian silk fashioned with a honor, and George B. Mathlson Eight local Pythian Sisters foods, made delightful
ficially welcomed as a transferee enrolled in the Missouri State
with Jacket of lace. Her Jr., of Titusville, served as thebridegroom" traveled to Leesburg Saturdayto Christmas decorations and
sole a and the bride's bouquet WHS
suit and her mother's dress, visit of the from Lake Moses, Wash., College, taking drafting and
length veil of Illusion best man. attend the official brought various "while ele
finger-Up placed on the table between can were aU designed and made bv at the XI Delta Mu, chapter of commercial art.
net was topped by a lace-covered dlabra. The three tiered wed the bride. Mrs. John S. George and Grand Chief of Florida Pythian Beta Sigma Phi, meeting held I phants" for the popular event.
heir. Sisters! Mrs. Lorraine S. Berry And we must Brenda anj:
crown featuring an ding cake was decorated with Miss Christine Russell, of Eau
last week at the home of Mrs. Jewel and Charles Bradfield
shell tiara, worn Mrs. McGarity is a native of to her home temple. Those Bink looked lovely and "Christ-
loom I Callle
wedding and and Miss
yellow and white roses top Mary Evelyn DeWitt Lyle. of 230 Stuart Ave. traveled to I
her maternal Titusville and a graduate of TI. attending were Mrs. Eve mas)'" in their bright red dress.Progrr.n .
great-great- of Titusville
by ped with a miniature bride and Day, served at Mrs. Paul Krone, president, Jacksonville over the holiday'swith
grandmother and her mother. groom. Miss Juanita Brinson, of tusville High School. She attend. the reception and tea held Im lyn Freeman, Mrs. Beatrice I announced that at the meeting children, Ellen and Billy, es.
She also wore a necklace of In Augusts ed Stetson in DeLandand the Mrs. G. L. for the evening also
I Titusville, now residing University following ceremony pertaining to the Cancer for a delightful visit with Jew
D. B. Pritchard, Mrs. Included 15 minute film
gold beads which were her maternal served the cake and Miss from Georgia Mrs. a stripon
i uncle: Mr. end
Futch Mrs. Myrtle Crusade, the following members el's aunt and the Sunland Center
grandmother's. She carried Lee Thornton of Albany, Ga., Baptist Hospital School of The bride of Douglas Training
i a graduate Mrs. L. Earner and had been appointed from Mrs. E. W Mil'er. We hear they In Orlando. Each member'
a prayer book topped witha served the wedding punch. Nursing in September. She Is a Satellite High School, attendedthe Thompson Vendol each chapter to serve during had a wonderful time.
white orchid surrounded by Miss Jackie Harvey, a nieceof former nurse at Jess Parrish University of Florida. The Miss Ray :the Cancer Drive in the North brought a gaily wrappedChrlat.uas

white carnations.Miss the bridegroom, was In Memorial Hospital in Titusville. bridegroom is a graduate of Ti Brevard area: Mrs. Elmareen package which will

Lynn Faulk, of TI. charge of the bride's book. The bridegroom is employed tusville High School and a Mr. and Mrs. L B. Newman Beeson, of Eta Eta, chairman; St. Teresa's Catholic Worn be delivered ChrLtmas.Linda to. the center before <'

\ tusville, the maid of honor, Following the reception, the by Atlanta Dairies Co-OperaUve. student at the University of Jr., and children, Leonard III I Mrs. Chris McNeely of Theta en's Club will meet Thursday

wore a waltz length dress of couple left on a wedding trip to Mr. and Mrs. McGarity are Florida where he Is a memberof and Linda Lee, of Atlanta, were Omicron, co-chairman; Mrs. evening beginning with Rosaryat Halcoinb: of
gold brocade fashioned after the Gainesville, Ga. For her trip, now at home at 1026 Collier Rd. the Beta Theta Pi fraternity I guests at the home of their parents I Bonnie Griffith of Phi Beta Mu, the Church 7:45: p.m., followed Mr. and Mrs. Willard, daughter Halcojib

bride's gown. Her shoes were the bride chose an aqua wool N.W., Apartment 4F, Atlanta. Following the wedding trip' Judge and Mrs. L. B. publicity; and Mrs. Paul Kroneof ty a short business session ,
Forest Hills had
also of gold brocade and the suit, with black hat and acces Oul-of-town guests Included the couple will return to Gainesville I Newman of 214 Coquina Ave. XI Delta Mu, treasurer. and a "good old fashioned a delightful
wore' a gold brocade hat with sories. Her corsage was the' Mrs. Richard Z. Smith Wilmington where the bridegroom will week nd. Also visiting Christmas Social" at the school. surprise birthday party on

rosettes veiled In gold illusion. orchlld from her bouquet. I Ohio, Mrs. John E. resume his studies at the University last were his -brother, M. T. Newman A report of was the given Christmas on the The five officers for the group, Nov. 27 In her home town of

She carried a bouquet of cham- I| The bride's gown, travelingTHANKSGIVING Huffman, Oxford, Ohio. of Florida.Shower of Jacksonville and Mr. progress Mrs. James Vevera, president; Jacksonville, with former
dance to be held Dec. 11, at the Mrs. William Gardner, vice- friends and playmates.
and Mrs. Robert H. Newmanand Whispering Hills Country Club, president; Mrs. Ronald Morel-
daughters, Diane, Lisa, and for members of Beta Sigma Phi It was Linda's 8th birthdayand
to, treasurer; Mrs. John Mo-
I Mims NewsDay I Fetes loraine of Jacksonville and their guests. quln, corresponding secretary she says it was the best
I ever. In addition to the birth
and Mrs. Charles Brown,
Mrs. DeWitt Lyle presentedthe day party, she and brother
Miss Hicks I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. cultural "Good secretary, will be hostesses S
Of Rtmtmbtrance program Johnny, age enjoyed a trip to
for the and have
evening planned
Stringer, Tampa, and three Lives "
I In which all members the Jacksonville Zoo and seeing
Student In schools from I children Sandra, Shari, and T. to serve delicious Christmas
participated. the Christmas Parade and tree
Mist tnlce Hicks ,
every part of the United States -elect F, Jr., visited here with Following the closing ritual, delicacies with a backgroundof lighting ceremony in Jackson-
would be going home for I of Richard W. weatt, was honored his mother Mrs. Bertha H. Mrs. Lyle served refreshments Christmas music. ville's Hemming Park.DON'S .

Thanksgiving holidays last Wednesday at a kitchen shower Nov. Stringer, 225 Coquina Ave., over lemon chiffon cake and coffee All women of the parish have
and the 4th and 5th year v r t 13, given by Mrs. Raymond Hul- the weekend. and tea to the
group. been Invited to attend the
sizer, 1016 Park Ave. and
students of Miss Ann Scar.brough' The next will be held
I mothers of the children in Miss meeting festivities. There will be a $1 Floral Art
and Mr Ople Lacey'ahomerooms Dec. 14 at the home of Mrs.
School to make the
Hicks Mjms Class gift eve
third class of
at Minis Element grade Riv- Paul R. Krone 1405 Overlook Your flower needs '. amy
ervlew Elementary School.. ring'complete. specialty!
Will Yule
also forward
ary were looking Circle. At this time the Chap-

1 to the 3:30: p.m. bell. A bridal table was decoratedwith Program To ClubThe ter's Christmas party will be Holiday visitors In the area Include L 267-8527

However, this was not an taffeta and net, and white held. Mrs. John M. Griffis of
ordinary day, Just as Thanksgiving J' rosettes centering a lovely bride third grade class of the

Day Is no ordinary day + doll. Name tags, made of pink Mlms Elementary School will I 1

for Americans. Already, during net centered with white felt I entertain the Titusville Wom

the weeks before, students were bells, were worn by the guests. an's Club and their guests next Chambers
reading about the Pilgrims; The brlde-t-be looked lovely in Monday at 2:30: p.m. with a delightful Jewelers

and on this particular date, an aqua chiffon dress. Christmas program, at
Nov. 25, 61 students would the Woman's Club Building on
wave that magic wand of Misses Joyce and Janice Hopkins: Avenue. 'Jewelry of the Better Kind"
Queen assisted the hostess, Mrs.
Mrs. Elizabeth and
imagination, and presto, their Bradley
Hulsizer with the
Raymond ,
clothing would resemble those I Mrs. Doris Boynton program
of John Carver and William serving of refreshments.The co-chairmen, will Introduce the
The 4th and 5th year students children who will
1 present
Brewster, Prlscllla Mulllna and mothers present were
at Mims Elementary School re-enacted the first "ChrIstmas Carols and Customs
John Alden; and even Indian Mrs. Henry Jodts, Mrs. JamesF.
friends who suddenly appeared Thanksgiving at Plymouth Rock in a program at the Rhyne, Mn. Richard C. Tar- From Around the World."

around the table set for the school last Wednesday Dressed as Pilgrims they gctt, Mrs. Guy Brooks, Mrs. Joe Mrs. Roy Ramsey, president,
feast. I are shown around the table set for the feast. Stokes Mrs. William Lalng, will preside at the business session
at 2 followed by the
Mrs Jack Dellaven Mrs. Don p.m.
of Songs were lung cheerfulness with a note program, "Worship Thru Enter Mrs. Richard Bare entered aId Thompson, Mrs. Chuck official opening of the Christmas
Tnanksgivlng ,
JPM Hospital on Sunday, Nov. Bazaar.
and the conversations cessory Prayer. Pierce, Mrs. Fred Conneway,
make chit-chat sounds began as these to During the business session, 22, for surgery, and Is reportedto and Mrs. Pat Hartley. Other The articles for the Christmas et'4

students began to actually look plans were made to Join the be doing real well. guests were Mrs. E. R. Queen Bazaar are provided by the t ,

like that other ladles of the church to Mrs. H. C. Ralne Jr., Mrs. Ida various departments of the club,
weary Pilgrims, grave Iridal Shown the Golden Years Club, and the
look crossing the face of Mrs. gather and take clothing to the Cobb, and Miss Annett Metis.
Baptist Childrens Home in Miss Alyce Meeker Scott was Girl Scouts.
Winslow she
as peeled apples
of honor at a Bridal
Lakeland. After a discussion
and talked about relatives back Shower Nov. 30, at the First NASA Wives Change
In England.The of Foreign and Home missionsand on Return Pram Michigan ,.
missionaries, the meeting Baptist Church of Mims. Meeting PlansThe
school had now seen and Branch
Favorite recipes of each Mr and Mrs. Clare
beard, and the pilgrims for the was closed with prayer. guest were presented to the Titusville NASA Wh'eshne returned to their winter

day hoped to Igmte that true Those present were: Mrs. bride-to-be. The winning recipe changed the date and home at Delesplne Friday after
of Frank Roof, Mrs. Don Nails,
spark "Americanism"
which extended visit In Mears,
was one from Mrs. II. C. MeLendim place of their next meeting. an
they had learned through feeling Mrs. Robert West Mrs. Charles Mich. They also visited In
fill'hleh she won a The new date Is Thursday,
the Thompson, Mrs. M. W. Lucas,
thoughts and actions Grand Rapids and Muskeganand
r a
prize. The winner of door 17 and the place will be the
that might have taken place at Mrs. Ralph Foley, Mrs. William prize was Miss I'at Osteen. Colonial Steak House and with their son in MayportCHAM .Y ,
Plymouth Rock.Plymouth Galloway, Mrs. Joseph I
received beautiful
Alyce many Lounge.
Rock Is the Boalwright, Mrs. Louis An '
on useful card and
and will be
gifts. This a party BIHSntni
shore of Massachusetts dress Mrs. Curtis Peacock,
green The hostesses, Mrs. John buffet luncheon, with cards beginning I
but at Minis School on Nov 25 Mrs. L S, Parnell, Mrs. M. II. J.rWEL'Ek'S [
Grlner, Mrs. B. V. Andre, Mrs. at 1:00: am., followedby i
1964 the cafetorium had a stage, Bishop. and Mrs. MauilceGreen. Barney Tanner, Mrs. Howard I luncheon at noon. 4...,., If N .."' 'IM '
and on that stage there was Chaudoln, and Mrs. Sammy All NASA wives are cordially I pun;

a day of remembering llendrlx Jr., served delicious invited. No reservations are '1\1,.. m 1mc
Jaycee Mtttlnj cake, punch and nuts to the necessary.
Attend Funeral
The Sums JaYl'ces111 meet
following guests:
Relatives attending the funeral Thursday evening, Dec. 3, at Alyce Mrs. Dennis PcnU.

of Mrs. Addle Bevil on Sunday 7:30: p.m. Ed Hudlck, president Mrs. Thomas Scott, Mrs. Don 11

Nov 22, were her daughter urges all members to at aId LaForge, Mrs. Allison
and son-In-law, Mr. and tend. The meeting III be
Hendrix Mrs. Grover Wright, f
Mrs. Albert Kuhl, of Baltimore, held in the
regular meeting Mrs. Garland
Mrs. R T. Taylor,
)Id.; Grand-chlldren, Mr and place at the Mima Plaza. McGee, Miss Judy La- 6 E I

Mrs. Clyde Dixon, Mr. and Forge Miss Janice Meeker
Mrs. A. J. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. '
'I Known Sick .In Haaaltals Mrs. James Scott: Mrs. Charles
Morris Dixon, Mr and Mrs.
Mrs. Lloyd Rackley enteredthe Meeker, Miss Diana Andre
Leon Dixon, all of Dublin, Ga.; Orange Memorial Hospital Miss June Sharpe Miss Kathleen DYABLE FABRICS Get all set for the holidaysFood

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Good Shepherd Girls' IRC Woman's Club Club Meets Dec .;$; f fThe .
Workshop On ,
Mission League Is Park Completed '
; CathoJfc c Women'i tjib j jof
St. Seresa's Parish wffl MM 1.
Unique GroupThe Urge Careful Use
1+YitA Nnos And Notes
Crime Law tI', meeting Dec. 2. The Meaty j i
of NotA Brerotrd.t Girls' Mission League of The Indian River City Wo- will be said In the Church at ,
t7 Good Shepherd Lutheran man's Club project, convertingthe 7:45 pm. j!!
Held RecentlyA Church has Just received notice area at the North end of After a short business 1 me-
that it Is acknowledged as theoo1y Stuart Ave. into a park and hag, a Christmas party MH.e
d Law Enforcement and j Junior group of its kind playground, for the children In given for members of the Par-
; Crime Prevention work shop known to exist in any of the the area, has been completed.The sh, with the officers serving is
If was held recently by Dint 6, Synod's congregations throughout equipment has been Installed the hostesses. All ladles of the
y Florida Federation of Woman's the country. ; the grounds have been Parish are Invited to attend and
Mrs. leutwyler Is Elected Hubs with the Woman's Club of Mrs. Ted Berk, Florida Gem fenced graded, and cleaned. are asked to bring a small gift
; I Titusville, Inc. as host club gta District President of the Over 70 children are enjoyingthe to exchange. i
ar Lutheran Women's Missionary park and benefiting from
Mrs. Jerry Wegendt Junior director
I Cancer Drive Vice-Chairman Dlst 6, Introduced the League of the Lutheran the two swing sets, the merry. Duplicate BridgeThe
t speakers; Sheriff Leigh Wilsonof I Church, Missouri Synod, stated go-round, chinning bars, seesaws
that the recognition was madeat and the big sliding board.
y Dr. Mary Cathryne Park, president Unit announced at a dinner Brevard County; Captian I Duplicate Bridge Club
. the October board meeting of The have been seeded
I grounds will
meet at the home of Mrs.
of the Brevard Canceri meeting of the unit, that Mrs. John Van.Tronk of the Daytona
the LW.MU's national boardof with grass, the parking lots Jean Fey 605 Indian River
James Armistead, of Rock y Beach Police Department; and
' directors. marked, and bicycle racks are Ave. tonight at 7:30:
ledge, has been appointed chairman Policewoman Mrs. Pat Hutchln- p.m.
Chrysler Wives Hear of the 1965 Brevard County son of St. Petersburg The Individual leaders, as available. Two picnic tables The Duplicate Bridge winners
well as the sponsoring group, aer on the grounds, with hopes for last
' Wednesday's bridge
Cmdr. Ed Stevenson Cancer Crusade, with Mrs. Sheriff Wilson cited some of
; vice- the reasons crimes are commit. accept this recognition as an that more will be added later. were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard'
Jayhugh Leutwyler as
. Lt Crd. E. Stevenson, U.S.N. chairman of the Crusade.Dr. ted, explained the ID system of Indication that such groups The Indian River City Woman's I Pltzrlck, 130 Pineda Drive
Retired well known artist and may possibly become organized Club are happy that the
I. ( ), a the county, told of the various
t and cartoonist, gave a most Interesting Park said the theme of types of burglars. He said throughout the LW.ML.; and children are enjoying the park,
. I talk to the Chrysler the campaign next spring will I the department was establisheda hope that many girls in but ask that the parents instruct .
I Wives Club Nov. 18 at the Act be Our Drive to Survive in motivation file, a bureau of Synod's churches throughoutthe their older children not
: IV. "65". records and information. country will someday enjoy to use the swings which have

. Mr. Stevenson, at one time Mrs Armistead is not new to "The Brevard County Sheriffs the benefits of participation In been provided for the smaller
demonstrated volunteer work for the cancer Department will be placed this organization. Good Shepberd'i childcrn (ages 8 months to 3 SFOR
with King Syndicate,
: Is now In its second old).
group years
I the art of producing a organization. She served as under civil service at some
n of human the chairman of th 64 Crusade future date," Wilson said, "butit year of existence. Even though the equipment
remarkable picture a .
Girls In the third to-shth- has only been in few
I or animal with a few well and is 1st vice-president of the must be done by due processof a
Brown Brevard Unit. law" grade group enjoy just being together weeks the Donald Duck todd .
lines Mrs. W. 0. ,
placed for fun. song, work and er's swing Is bring destroyedby
r one of Mr. Stevenson's pupils,.' Mrs. Armistead Is a lifetime A training academy Is being study; but this program goes the older children. YOUR
1 assisted in one of the drawings. resident of Brevard County and established now for training policemen farther In that It is built around "We want the children to enjoy HOLIDAYENGAGEMENT
Members and guests enjoyedthe brained has served in a number of civic with six certificate the mission work with emphasis the park but to, please,
excellent luncheon and community activities. She, holding teachers in Brevard of Synod In both home and respect the equipment so thatIt
beef tips, served on tables is a charter member of the County at present. Their slo foreign mission fields. Along will be there for others to en-
depicting the Thanksgivingtheme. Spade and Trowel Garden Circle gans are, "At Your Service"and with the Christian devotions Joy after they are finished with
and has taught Sunday I "May I Help You?" selected and presented by the it." a club spokesman said to

Door prizes were won by Mrs. School for eleven years at St. Sheriff Wilson hopes to starta girls, there is mission study at day.The
T. R. Brown and Mrs. D. Cool- Mark's Episcopal Church. She children's ranch In the spring, each meeting In the form of a Indian River City Wo III
received bachelor of science degree a project to serve as a spring story or the showing of a suitable man's Club wish to express
ey.Guest present were Mrs. from William and Mary board for adoption. film. I their appreciation and thanksto

Dorothy Polletier, Mrs. Helen College. Captain Van Tronk spoke on been Dick Spangler, Assistant to
only two cases of child
Ritchie, Mrs. Charles Loehr, of the changing social and economic the County Commissioner, for ....
Detroit, Mich, \Mrs Howard Dr Park said the emphasiswill NEW OFFICERS ELECTED Recently officers problems In law enforcement this year, while In his cooperation on behalf of the KN ..".'.N-Hero .
Covert, of Detroit, Mrs. H D. be on cancer education dur were elected for the newly organized Senior Tri and crime. "We are experiencing Jacksonville, there have been 58 county, In securing the neces-

Thomas, New Smyrna, Mrs ing the next year. Thousands of Hi-Y Club at Titusville High School. Shown are, problems that did cases.The film Is available nary equipment for this park,
Ethel Williamson Cocoa Mrs. lives can be saved, she assert not exist 25 ," he said for and to the City of Tltusvtlle and
from left seated: Judy Sindall, president; Mary years ago showing in schools, but the costs 1
ed, if the disease is detected
Fran Brown Oak 11111 Mrs. "The Supreme Court does not its Recreation Department for
Meldrum, vice-president. Standing are Cindy Boyd, too high for small clubs
and treated soon enough. by the rule of reason*' 'I o many the work expended In laying .,
Donald Brown and Mrs Laura secretary; and Marsha Stroud, treasurer. The club is jo Color books for children a r e also
Lambert, Oshkosh, Uis Mrs. Armistead said cancer sponsored by the North Brevard Branch YMCA.- search and reasonable sets 3M available through the Florl- out the park, fencing, and k
Mrs. T. McDonald, president, eventually will attack 48 million S-A Photo. they did In the past," Van da Federation of Women's clearing and cleaning of the n i ireee.ra
Informed club members of the Tronk said, "and gangsters are area.
Americans in the years ahead, Clut at cost of two cents each,
Invitation received from the responsible for the use of the .
killing 32 million according to and be ordered tie.w.001ra.IMe
may by writing _
G.D.A. Mrs. Young Hostess To Ixoria Circle fifth amendment. Publishing
Wives Club invitingthe "Lastpear"
present mortality rates. to FFWC, 121) 18th North St.
Chrysler Wives to their she said, "155 lives were The Ixoria Garden Circle Chamber of Commerce Building names after conviction in Juv- Petersburg K
I : .
Christmas luncheon Dec. 2 at lost to cancer in Brevard Coun bE'ldI I nile cases has decreased the e .e\. .
Ramon's Rainbow Room in its November meeting at the rate of Juvenile crime 54 per 'For Sitter "IAMONp .u.
ty. Victory over cancer Is a I Mli with a ."" ..nl....
Cocoa Beach.A matter of time and money. Our I home of Mrs R. L. Young on The December meeting will bea cent, he said.Policewoman. FLOWERS FRAN Hair Cora ,.lc..,...mnt. cwtcr dlimond (or ..-
.r (iiuradK In iny
social hour will be held mission is to make it Just a :Catalina Street. I covered dish luncheon at the Mrs. Pat Hutch- Brie* ,.n1s no ring ,it fliwr
tram 11 a.m. until 12 noon matter of time." I bison and her puppet Gabby, "Nollctibly lu,." .," Raymond'sIAUTY VIM a 11.._..,
when lunch will be served. Plans were discussed to continue home of bins Gordon Beeson. explained how Gabby originated. forChrlltm. -Tr"o't:-

Members wishing to attend call 1 the club project, beauUfl- Mrs. E. D. Scandrett will be She also explained ho* .. Parties / LOUNG/

Mrs. T. McDonald at 202-2309 If you have rental cation of the entrance to South co-hostess Plans were made to the film, "The Riddle of the Home and OfficeDecorations. I. RlA2A JEANS JEWELRY
for reservations. Lake. Members voted to purchase hold the January and February Friendly Stranger" was made, 2/1.311)

Tentative plans were made I I housing, list it in I a hose to use for waterIng meetings at night. and how this program has been M....... n..I.,'. T.k D.U..., Ili Apple Pies.Titusvllla .
for the next meeting to be held The Star-Advocate! A rummage and bake tale Mrs. Young served delicious Instituted In the schools of St. tilt Otrdn St. 147.1UJ
Dec. 18 will be held Dec. 4, at the coffee-cake and coffee. Petersburg, where there have
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PIN TltMivIII (Florid) Ster-Advocot. W.dnesday, December J. ,jty

Amendments To Zoning Florida's Business OutlookFlorida's t rate 1968."Employment of I pereeat in mere non-farm than e to*> WEEKLY RUMMAGE SALEAll -

economy strengthened "Measured by bank debits
as 1M4 progressed and is business has averaged 8 percent tabhshnwnu is a good thermometer Kind of Rummage For Sal W. Accept

winding up the year on a firm above IMS, with recent months of economic health. Donation Of Your Reusable lUmtl
note which portends food business as high as 14 percent over last The level of employmentstands
I Ordinance On AgendaSuggested well into 1969. the Florida year. Sales tax collections: 4.( percent over last BUYER'S BARGAIN SHOP
State Chamber of Commerce comparable only since July be- year. till best gain
stated in ill Weekly Business cause of an extension of the law years. 1121 S. Washington AT.BU.
; anv ndmntta to the and no portion of any vehicle off-street parking in the front Review released Saturday. at that time, stand 12 percentover "Still worrisome and causing
ordmam \\'ch; "Most measures of flo ldo's 1963. Gasoline! sales are up some concern are some phasesof Open Thura. FrL. and Sat. AM 7-3738
toning were
shall overhang the rightof-way yards of single family dwellings the construction: industry and
Hlscussed at a recent work session 01 any public road street! alley 1 I except as normally extols in economy, available through 6 percent i the level of new business incorporations. Operated by St. Teresa Catholic Woman'a Club
of the plenn n commission: or walkway. There shall be no driveways. October Indicate that the good "Personal income of Ftoridlans I ."
WIll be considered by the ton far out-weighs the bad. is running at an annual
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ing board at its Wednesday

meeting dation. for possible recommen KSAVINGSi L'l(Il l6VlbShp16IA&AwStMUJ 1 II1 SAVINGS rn! 1 1M'il' t.Shp E StM ( II BDJ I

, These five amendments are: -: l

' Amendment No. 1 Add tonI iii MAKE ECKERD'S YOUR : .'r *
Art the following definition: FREE! .rn

ling ROOMING renting HOUSES or leasing: Any for dwel living .o rr'HmOOUART FULL

purposes more than one ns

two(1) room(2) persons.V1thout and-or to more privatecooking than 4- e O COIL ORI4t and HAPPY HOSTESS I !

facilities and with or M PECAN PATTIES \
without providing board for ten / I : free
tots. .'t ", Detlclaiii milk checelote.oeb.
Mfc"** .' all ,our 19 picas patties hill 11.if.
Amendment No. 2 Add to .CALENDAR chard| Drug St.... hen.
Uses Permitted in: R2, R-3, FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY PRE-
and RP Districts "room. C
Ing houses", page 34; HMDtstricts HOLIDAY 99
"rooming houses", page CHRISTMAS LIGHTS DELUXE 7i-FT.
16; "T" Districts "r 0 0 m I na ECKERD SPECIAL!
bouses", page 39. 0 aQulel ALUMINUMTREE
Section 17, Art. V a new sub- ACTION BRUSH '4t) I. BLINKER Drugstores e jf SWIFT'S
lection as follows: 17.4 Required FOR TEETH lET 1e.I',1 '1,1",. Famous Geld Crest, full plat |
Improvements. Required AND GUMS t ..atiorted flavors.
C -lnulII, Or.
Dff street parking areas for all 'S 609 o ; A
Forth*tint llmtIDOXODINT II Valua '. with 131 .
uses except single family dwellings r porn.S
and multiple family dwellings 001'sdop'"d SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY V t, r ,.. br.sch s 3tor49CNEWI f
for four ((4) units or less 15-LIGHT OUTDOOR $469 and stand.un .
octloiti 358
down bruihlnf )
shall be required to have an impervious Valuemended r
all weather hard surface dentitt.by I.PARKER JOTTER ;N"1.|etllH'ir IM WM' ( MO Ml I2.9 $18.95
; shall be marked to indicate 10 many 25-LIGHT ss.9a .tl Illmll tl 1499VAlUE

driving lanes parking spaces your tethlndsourL.f OUTDOOR SET 'olue' 458 RIGOLETTO
and, If appropriate direction children's toot COTTON BALLS 39*
of vehicular movement; t:1i ara"Ra' PALMA CEDARS a
I 15-LIGHT $$37 0854m
and shall be maintained in good l 1 FT. l.i .5 It MlvMnlrf
..; condition and clearly marked at : OUTDOOR SET v.iua n/ll.'' 1aMK a and .s d wqp.M
: I Full 7-ft. deluxe Ilf silk. free* vinyl 5.151 N inner l's.,
I all times. v'm. 1688
1 A DAY Vitaminss It9
GIFT WRAPPINGS 1.94. with stand. $21.f I value. .1.51' a.dw..d
Amendment No. 4 Change ILI.1t It 545.14.w
subsection 1.1.4 of Art. XI to $19.95 88 __
read as follows: 114. BW Districts. LIST STAINLESS STEEL tki.We.s.'. ALUMINUM CONE DECORATIONSparkling
Business service, professional RAZOR BLADES ''." 11I.lt' ..
aluminum frill dnaa1iw -
L A '
services personal services PAPER
? w"o y 1 trtt for table er half full 981
retail sales and services, f# Jmk It 's l_ t 111In ben 1 11-lnch loll-I tre Seoclall
i drive-in establishments service 1 t*... euwttd BROMO.QUININE fald i:. ::* Its 39'' !
nations, automotive sales and U'. ,-- 11I11I1' II
services wholesale warehousing 6x30
trucking facilities, freight ., 88 "
terminals moving and storage ;;; SPECIAL :
uses, the fabrication and assembly .
of electrical plumbing 3-ROLL FOIL WRAPPING PAPER 101 a'
sheet metal heating air conditioning 4i r ,' i16)M Mn. T.. 'HIIt -/.1I 16011I. I ESQUIRE SHOE USE 23 f PrMitlM 5511 .totterIk .....I... 5 1REG.

and wood products; c U -111.,.nn1... ....-.AIMrIH c.... 49' POLISH (Unit I 1) p"..,...fMtlmMf.....h.0I.
., 1 ,. e
Section Amendment 17.2 of No.Art. 8 V-to read Change as 6-SPOOL CURLING RIBBON ENDEN SHAMPOO '.I lane tube Curtis Reg. 2Viei. 8tlimit 49* FuRy coattd learn. complete ?
WESTCLOX BABY BEN hondteme leatker carrying caia wi S33
follows 1721. Such ( II
: parking
Pill HI It fotbo ..1... tu til 58* Wraps Compare .t $44.95.L. .
spaces as required In this Section ALARM CLOCK Vw wnnlM" cwdtl lit.. I,MMI. ., .,...., tar *ry 11.10 615$7,5o
shall in no part exist upon, ....... ........,.
I Aduttable swap| alarm loud-toft Indicator lorm,, ELECTRIC BLANKET I HAIR ROLLERS lift* R''I"U\k;'';; 39 Westinghouse I

14 HAPPY lihattarpreof crystal. A* 3.SpeedPortable I"I
BIRTHDAYThursday I Ideal dhrlttmot gift. '
'HUTRI.TONIC Home I.,. fft
$200 (r.limit. 1) II
December 1 REG.

Carolyn Wallace Mabla 0. Feagan .$7.98E 151 ..ly 11.10a POLAROID FILM S:;?, S 1:...::. 19 Phonograph

Rebecca Ann Taylor E .ArtiMtltt..,.... 4---tllll tllkMlttuMlc ..... WI ,
Mrs. Orvan CarUle

Larry Mildred Allan New Stuart .l \ 11 o..1i.J'',It'. 7. Y' PREFERRED GIFTS FOR FISHERMEN! kit..ciif,..*.MM 4 ckeiiftr...iMh-t.iafc...ft,..l.,,:M dud>I yes.ld.1M.155S5 MpphlM NY.d I d cwlUy .lien..10. 3988 G.E. HEATER

0. H. Adams ,14.-11.114. .,..1.11 intent heating with fhtrmetat -
,'r : i II .my tar ..I., II.II cantrel shun off !III.
Friday, December 4 rt tJfi. ) 'l GARCIA SPINUST OUTFITy'k7"115.51.1. tmtly If tipped ever-llg I

David A. Taylor l "0. vi:: wild Mtlii,. Abu.,...1plssni. |4..*. rtl 111 SCHICK ELECTRIC SHAVER IUD watt.
Selby C. Bailey 4 ;:; ,/ 545. I, Ik. tMt .Mr pldyl 1448 SAVE 248.86.E.
,Mrs. Cleo Ramer o iwinfllciMM, HM mat *.lll ",...... !
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r WIN** rtd 111 tl ace.l.rrwq ''''' n" I.
William Donald Carrow nN b..Adl.n5.d..r. N0- hr .ry It.0' dliittr Hill, she t* ra-
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.pt51dr wm.bl.. s.t.nM, .,
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JUST LIKE SANTA llt d tt eye, MtM and ecryll 88 .. Spinning Outfit deal :
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Dktn l p515r u1. 110 P n op.st.nSNaalt
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LOUISVILLE (AP) One ,1. M kMli' hit 71 I M. I ,\ r i 5..1 ,. Lr e..n.l SbHtirre..yla
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has IA largo .iiertment a'! M .Mi. tar tinI" orKIL I COPtbhrl.d.p, lplnlnnln .555.
contractor figured out aasy r<4 wlib .5.1..2699
COMPARE AT $14 tS ,..
beautifully designed .ck. r, IfM told. ri | i i1'I
to handle
customers who
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I lacei, pendanti. earrlngi, :::-" i > 1M it i- ". SAVE
order a fireplace for the home C.,1. tl.hflxltrMITCHELL'sPINCAir..... 2988
| and pint ta enhance oniaitume. ,
and are slow to pay. .. 1 I DOLLARS!
( Valy.i to }l.O99t / .
He installs a pane of I glass '\\\\ \\I 1\\\\"''I I MONOriLAMENT OUTFITWlMfc.il L.,...., tar ...!. SI IS
which blocks the flue or .,
,1I1LI LINE ... .
SPINNING 'JOI .Ie ulimliir
the chimney. tot99 I .,._ "l wd I.pe. C.H. FkMMw. LADY SCHICK CONSOLETTE DRYER
.. ..
When the homeowner complains N. spool L.p1 7 ft. .1. KtiM .1.
,:'\- rilllflWw, ... wllli 100 vdt. Cm. iItS.'S.K 332
that the fireplace smokes -- -111"29 Sale, 11 '. .MW"|..M. DM.I4ttl .
the contractor tells him it will -",J If 5.d 411.. Mr's el I H". Prefetttonal type
work fine when Its paid (or. lb.. IU'..I... L.,...., tar ...1, It.II conditioned filtered 6.E. HEATING PAD
Upon payment, he drops a I AM/FM Table RadioN.w sir fat comfort-
brick down the chimney, clean ,.. 1 5.4.1 P21 ...ntm.sI. 5.l. pad
away the broken glass, and eVe ; MUM. ........... r.dl,. .,.. AK tlnilt ... ARGUS Pre-Viewer III 5x7 KODACOLOR able drying 4-tem .N 3-boa p.A s5n.a s..tr..
_. ,.... ,
.' "H iwrtral 1 MMT .4H.'fo"' ir +.nr-N 1..5.55. NrStl'
eryone$ happy .., .. par tsr centreledjutteble r.
'' "r 41.4.M ..H',I.. '.r......1 I.55.5 1M .boon......11i....t.b.t... II.a4.. 4 IDJ 35-MH COLOR SLIDE VIEWERJhewi Framed Enlargement hood w.sb.11. 5.,51.
its I 1 Nil f. "' OMtOMMd.A 99
your slide eland ta hatbe tUe 3
ire d15cmA.jlpor.. rawnoaa c \ .: = 298! e III, and bright, meynted From your In artrxtlve favorite negative white plat for wry lying. ".... 1a THIS PRICE! 0i IJ]
y .,.r.'e4. MI- '-
lottery : wladew.
t AT $39.95 tic frame wiHi fltilglcti

a S. 99C
I!' 1"J,I ..ly (1.11 $2.95 199 AT $1.59 SPECIAL!

Urr tar MV II"
I. SWEATERSHOODED-'. Dnt q'.v fu. 5.5 .. !. ii IIJlr' i
TOY ... ;j 1w.n 111,05 .10

worldnews ..._r- Flat q .snth I 1 M+ .P"LsN.stnrel.- 51w'de ( .
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slarted s
F wit : !.. edorakle e.t MUNSEY TOASTER-BROILER iiaeoS4.9t-. ;t .:;.r" -'
I reindeer 1 with ta
In I r.ke. Perfect for till .. ._. .,.. .I_ Qa9 c:ompart 440 Hut-Cracker Set
dr's'1 tiff or Ckritrmaideceratiee. Ionlvfr.,.4... perfet.101.4 hi ,.1...ore..... .......Ltu.... ..._ ...... IL. $ Price J *' FRICTION* SPECIAL! Attractive embeued metal. I
Dureble long. n.trn'. blwmt. tKU, b.n... ... ........- VALUELJ ) ILADIES' odMratker with C
fcusIlia tatting aryl pe) ht. / l..0. MO MMl. Mire ,.w-d tW.- picks matcd.goil a

COMPARE 149. 110'. 5.".. erowlw =- Ur..Nhl. :=:- rr.dl.g.=:. c A BARGAIN
5.55 ialkssd
9k AT $21.95 5S 7
'-* MT 'Sit.1ftmk 99 7 69
69 CAPRIS 'H taUm 1.- .1,511 .... 155,1 .....1 car AT lac
r.n/etr5e. r.51.r- VALUE L..Aw. tar I -.un"I/n 10. c..Pv. 1Niu.
1 ChrUlM Scto. <..MwdcrOr .0IN N Pr.w
Norway 35 cucroa cocroa m2rm cocrov COt JYO


I fockoqt .! 2 if M.
hmou L.Paq.1
O I YEAJt |24 D Mnlhj *UQBoMfirheS 1 Box of 10 22( Bath Site lars I / Big 1000-Ui. Roll 16 Famous Fun 25ft.Empress R0U 22 ."

I R'"11' 27e Req 23eRS4VINGS RM. 29e I : \ ,

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1964 i

Wtdiwidiy, Dcccmbtr 2. 1". V usvi3t. (Florida) Strr-Adveeat. he.1 v )

Corps Slates Bids On 5 1 I r WED. I

Moon Launch Projects : FRI.THUR. filO-If"1l ,

o SAT.
Bids on five new projects for I 1
I the Merritt Island moon launch
area will be opened during the a
first nine days of December by .tv..
Canaveral District of the D
the '
S. Army Corps of Engineers. Ha3 Tilusville Shopping Center :
Estimated total value of the V y I

work, all Aeronautics to be done and for the Space National 1 Washington Ave. tilusville i

Administration's John F Kennedy
Space Center, Is 13,550,000. .
Largest of the projects Is for "FANCY" +
construction of an astronautcrew
training building, with an
estimated construction price of "
$1.5 million. Bids on the work
< will be opened on Wednesday, STEAK SMi ED'PICNICS

Dec. 2, at 2 p.m.
The building will be located
near the Manned Spacecraft
Operations Building In the
moon launch area's industrial
complex. Covering 30,500 Ma
square feet, the building will be ; I
part one-story and part bay i a
area to provide space for simulators .
for the Apollo space.
craft's Command and Lunar 29c
Excursion modules. A small ROUND LB.

equipment storage building also Lb .
will be constructed.First w'x .

will be of held the on five Tuesday bid openings, Dec SIRLOIN OR6 9 _

1, at 2 p,m., for a 1,930-square (
foot addition to the Central
Telephone Office in the Industrial A T-BONE- -
complex and for about a rx.x FULL OF
mile of communication duct S NUTS & FRUIT"CHUCK"
from near the telephone officeto \ Y Ilir "OVEN GOLD"
Ihe Manned Spacecraft ff .J
Operations Building.
Road construction bids: will FRUITCAKES

be opened on. Thursday, Dec 3 STEAK (or) ROAST ,
at 2 p.m. Major parts of the
work call for widening and
partially rebuilding the main
noxih-south road through the
moon launch area irom the
south gate on Merrill Island: to Lb.39c
the Orsino intersection; four-- 3-LB.
laning ,000 feet of the roar
leading from the Orsino intersection
east toward the Banana -LEAN 'N C
River: and constructing a mile, N&ESEF&
long rood front the Fluid Test 3999

Complex to the Banana River ,.. ., .
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Causeway road. Estimated total BEEF Ib : !\ J'ltJl. '
- - \ 't1\
cost of the work is $600,000. SATURN PRODUCTION PROGRESS greasing process before moving into : .,
An brdnance storage facility'I Busy pace of production of Saturn checkout. Horizontal vehicle is being ,
for explosive devices used on SolVE rocket stages at the Douglas readied for placement in hydrostatictest .
the Saturn V rocket \\11be\ Space Systems Center in Huntington tank for pressure testing. Douglas -. -.,, ,'. ........,.
built northeast of the Vertical Beach, Calif., is evident in the vertical Missile & Space Systems Division is "
Assembly Building, with bids assembly tower complex, where threeof developing the SolVE for the National '-' '. t" FOREMAST
scheduled to be opened on Tues the JO-fooHong., 22-foot-diameter Aeronautics and Space Administra- :'f ''-' .' "PICTORIAL-
day, Dec. 8, at 2 p.m. vehicles are shown in various stages of tion's Marshall Space Flight Center '4 ..t. "t.
Six (storage magazines, a receiving -!I completion. At right, newly completed F ml assembly of the S-IVB is done at tfI \ ,III."r- l\,
and inspection buildingand dynamics test stage is In final check- the Space Systems Center. S-IVB is .'. ,'t j I'm.\' \..x; ICE
a guard house will be in out. In adjacent tower, another S* top stage of Saturn V moon rocket. I '" \
eluded in the work Estimatedcost ". \
if $700,000.On IVB stage undergoes cleaning and de- .

Wednesday, Dec. 9 alp 2 I
proximately.m", bids will$600,000 be opened in on furnishing ap- 19(4( Census Of Anricullure 1----- -- -- RIGHTS QUANTITY CREAM"TEFRi"y'iWRS

and installing additional I RISIRVID
power lines in the mood launch I
area To Update Farm Sf alisf ics TELL I

The lines, underground and
aerial will connect remote The 1964 Census of Agriculture to date farm statistics last collected THEM 49cI
camera and weather sites and now being conducted by in 1959. Yz Gal.
will extend along roads west, the Bureau of the Census, U. S. Here are a few of the many ABOUT '
north an deast from the Wilson Department of Commerce in facts recorded In the 1859 farm
intersection An existing con Brevard County, will bring up census for this County ELCOME j
tract takes the lines south from There were 722 farms In 1959. I
the Intersection. compared with 1.017 In 19M 4 I{ WAGON I
All of the bid openings will be Sheriffs Gear The average size of farm was
at the Canaveral District Officeof 342( acres in 1959, comparedwith IT n* bolt tt i foully .*.. DM
)M trrhvtf to JOUr Minmifllty" k.
the of
Corps Engineers on
420S acres In 1954
sun to till ft** bout Wdtomi :
Merrltt Island For Fruit ChoreThe The value of products sold WifM.flay.19 h MlfMttf WI'tilt 29 ALLPOPULAR
by the County's farmers In iiiM lit fiftj, sad' Mpful
1939 13,037,13,1. The valueof "iRlonnitJM' they will receive Iron ,
sheriffs of the 32 citrus was BRANDS
( :ain Street all crops sold was U..25I.. .Mr kortt*. a lymM tf tti* comMiiHty I
producing: counties are planning tr.diUof.rt ImplUllty. Orjwi '
The value of all livestock and '
another season of steppedup livestock products sold was I N' [b. CigarettesREGULARS
Building activity against trull thievery $1.042,904 I { Van
and violations of the citrus
I The 1964 natkmal Census cf
Agriculture Is the 18th h a ere' TENDER "SLICED- FILTERS
Will Be RazedEd Leslie BeslCnlterlhl) 'series which" I began In 1840 Because ,I -Ihw----1117-------. I KING-SIZE

heads Florida Citrus Mutual'sFruit of the rapid changes American i _.. as.o..uwM.pctwM ........... IIUoo BEEF LIVER - Ib. 25'
Willis aid A. Max Brew. said, agriculture has been undergoing ..... "
er owners of a one-story mas' Protection: Division .1
In Onus
recent years. '9
onry and frame building in the "I believe the cooperation Bureau officials regard the I ::.. $ 2
200 block on Mvn st., announced among the sheriffs and between current census as one of the ...... i tM'AT WIENERS FULL, 39'' Carton

,thisI t't'k that the their departments and Mutual most significant ever takl'n.I I 3 *.. tnjliri.M .. ..... axp FLIP .
building will i be taken down in will" be better this year than They ask every farmer to cooperate oil M M ,
3 I M4 a. k k>
the near future. before This should result in
ever compiling an accurate .
With YIII' $J
The building was owned and in efficient law enforcement record of these | .tarASvnealine
even more change >y Or M.r. Food Order .
occupied for by the than had last the I ... 1 WHOLE PIG .....
many years we Ullng out census form he III x/M W II c-- 1 i
A. O Clark Plumbing Co. and year" I receives in the mail and hold- I a.... _J i 2 9 C
in more recent jean is was leg the completed questionnaire w..rw ."w..xr. CUT and WRAPPED lb. ".. -
occupied by the Greco Plumbing until a census taker calls for It. I
Co. It has been vacant slderable other property I -- -- -- --- -
several months It Is located forI same block, Including a
jacent to the former Cus Fault ple store building on LB.49C ROD & REELCOMBINATIONS
Chevrolet site which is now be- Ave. which faces west, 'mUlu.l Phone Us For Extra FRESH PORK
big razed for the constructionof :structure now occupied
a new Sinclair service station. Western Auto Associate Store,, BACKBONEFRESH LB.49C
The building has a front ,at the northeast corner: of the HOLIDAYCASH
age of 40 feet on the north side 1 block I PORK SHOULDER 99
of Main St. and a depth of 10) The two men have no plans 11.95 CombtnJtlonFRESH /.
feet. I For Immediate improvement of 1 ROAST IB 39
conI I the Main St. Int.i .
The two local men own PORK 32.95 Combination 15.99

RIB SIDES LB'39C 11.99
i / i 37.95 Combination

.... ,

any Sugar break males anEnergy.Lreak .,, f h ;. "FRUITS ..VEGETABLESCollard




J.4 S. WiMnt*... A*. Greens
L.I" .. 0 ....DO
Tfw! .lU! FtorM. Pbww: 27-48 1C. BUNCH

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,.., I Tlruivlllt, (Florid), $Ur.AdvoctoPAYMENT Wed"M', D.t.mb.l 2. ltqwe i ih

Sharks ThreatTo ..li*

.,. 3:1: a.tDEiiaous I

t Y91 R ."" .' ,- .1 $$8 Million ./h j

,F 17.d "
r .' ... Slate Fishing 4',:, HARD t I FILLED MIXTURE ,

Christmas V

Sharks are tearing up nets In Informal 'Dinlnq Is Fun! For Smoother Ironing!
the Florida Keys and threaten. ColorJid( holiday 11

inK the state's $8 million-a-year fc contetias. jgPgfch | 4 METAL Fostoria STEAM I

commercial fishing industry, a 11. 1 i Lrrlllc Atrt.2l/ BK4 / TRAY TABLES and DRY IRON 1,
spokesman said this week. ,

Leon Kenney of St Petersburg SNEAFFER Ot Dinner-ill troyi, with Irs light vwigM. super.

president of seven processing I'JWMl' R T. JT/- d.eoraHv. paH.m.Uai smooth lurfoe. bolonc 68
firms, said an appealFor Cortridge Pen t LOW fold for aroreq. :_ 6' wtight mok Ironing toiyl..

help has gone out to the PRICES!

US. Bureau of Commercial Includes nr2Skrif .? ,.? '
Fisheries. 1 E" w Day Is Courtesy Day J= r

I Kenney said the uncommon refills., .,,. ) it Cutter's .' That s Why ,t:' .. -I, Jar
of o
buildup sharks has hampered r.
the winter mackerel! drive In ; li Nf Shopping Here Is So Pleasant! '<;

the Keys and along Florida's A Value!

lower west coast: u far north u

"Sharks In Hawk Channel on .1 t
the Atlantic side of the Keys P -

and in Florida Bay are tearingup

costly nets as fast u we can FAIR D Y R .

set them out," said Kenney. F.

"Our production runs |8 million

I !v a year under normal condition k YOUR CHRISTMAS 4 temperatures!

: *. But Fd say now that we Deluxe bonnet! '
('," won't do better than half that In lizard-grain j

: 'is'Jt' this year." He said damage to long-wear vinyl

.' .: nets and repair time by fishermen "hat Iloz"rase. ,

..... ,... .. .-..... thousands amounts of dollars.to hundreds of GIFT STORES j

MADE Pat Blumcr, right, SouthernBell Stewart Springer of the Bureau

Telephone Manager, is shawn as he present of Commercial Fisheries is

City Manager Cleveland Talmadge with a check for due In the area next week to QtUtHfy Gifts Where .; ,

17436.20 for payment of the company's ad valorem make an investigation, said 1; Buy M' 'I

taxes. This payment is part of an estimated $18,- Kenney, I Your Dollar Buys I_ ,
660,000 tax bill which Southern Bell will pay to the Kenney said even old timers ,

state of Florida, its municipalities and counties for are terrified at the sight of huge

I the year 1964. Blumer stated that when all the tax. schools of sharks. "If a nan

es are paid, approximately 30 cents of every dollar fell overboard he'd be a goner FREE GIFT WRAPPING CHOCOLATE COVERED

; paid by the telephone user for phone service goes and no one would dare go after 6I. '
l 'him" he said. r
for taxes.-S-A Photo. /I '


Over 5000 Brevard Counlians gg THT'f. RI'ri'AR M

I I. Chancery No. 3)I2*
TKRRENCB: I* FKTTT ,,r Plui Fed. Tu o* ToWir,101150*. BiUloldt dodo,W.tcbol, ud Jcwclrf.

." Receive Chest X-Rav. Service CAROL ANN I'ZTTTDat..a.rlal.urr! ,;. .yanrr orts. tw..a..,. u5rews -,

T. It. Tomllnson, president, In the schedule for this week, TOI You CAROL ANN PETTT: ar* CLAXTON PENETRAY MOTORIZED
Brevard County TB and Health I a unit will be located at Indian kerebr nollflad that A Bill of

Association announced that. River Plaza on Thursday, Dec. bee COMPLAINT* filed. talnel for you Dlvcroo aad yen kai SJ\ Color Wheel
I, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 are required lo _v. eOIt' ofrour Y 1 FRUITCAKE
over 5000 residents ot Brevard to 4 ."...r pr pkldln5 10 11. ,
I p.n.IN Bill of Comolnlnt to to* plaintiff 5 Jlt rai Cuh aura bluty ;a' .
. County have taken part in the attorney O. B. Pltu, P. O. / J
Bo. MM. Sslalll..sob. 1'1.. MJ3 over your holiday decor
Free Chest X-Ray Service. THB CIRCUIT COURT OF and ilk Ihs orlilnel ......r or '
THill NINTH JUDICIAL CIR ,1..dID I. Ibs stns .t t1. XC-Z/ $alai /I88
The Brevard' County TB CUlT I" AND FOR BRJlVARD: Clerkof tko Circuit Court 01 U I-Lb.
COUNTY FLORIDA kror the 4tk **T *t JanrIMS. *
and Health Association In cooperation CHANCERY NO. mttNOTlCr. Warmth Without Weight! All AND BULB! #
\ : TO APPEAR It 705 tau Is 4. N' Iud....". $ ChrKtmas Cards
\ with the Florida State MILLARD W. HEHBLER.Plaintiff: ky default will bo ,...*. ...I..t! M ELECTRIC .
Board ot Health and The Bre you far tko relief ....*.01... !I.
vard County Health Department CAROLYN NK15IER: : soda ehell k. ...blld..d BLANKET BUY 3Lb.
Defndt soot Mck, wok for lour .
Is providing this tree X-ray aer TOl CAROLYN HER8LKRco : ". week la tko TUuevlll .!.!.. Cn 0{ A D.siQa 1.50 Up
all residents the Qeorv D. Cram Advocate, Tltuivlllo. Florid Fully oulomalie, lingl
vice to during $$3.00
Chief Probation Officer. Dene **. Ord....... In Tltuivllle, control with niflit*. io?
period of November 19 through Third Dlitrlct Court .
Broirord County. Florid ALUMINUM
Ib4dv.t M
... doublbd iii.l__...
December 22. New .cttot \ Tou-CAROLYN HK8HLER. nr* (Court'tJCurtli>

.+. This X-Ray program 0"<
which all adults IS yean and Court filed::; asclti In iii* for Toe Brevard m th* County.Circuit kr ..111.Deputy Hall Cork .

over are encouraged to avail .florid **d ". ar* required toerr Don. t. .. U. II (Wtd.) 1M4.
a copy of sour Aniwer ''0T' '
and or A full branched tree
themselves la to detect
Weadloe to Mid Complalit oa the IN THe CTRCnT COURT, llf I\
leek possible TB, lung cancer, pllttrri .UotD* OKOROB T. AND FOR KRKVARO: COUNTY -' : 'cy .Ir with the sparkle of
KELLY. Ill, FIre ...
Federal Bu. FLORIDA.
enlarged heart and emphysema Inc. f. O.' M. ":. Coco* Beck. CHANCCRT: NO. IMtt OUTDOOR fTO11yplneb0ugllsl
," stated Tomllnson. "We Florida and fll. th. orlnlnal Anwor I NOTICK or edIT -Type ,
or vleadlni la the Offlo. of OKOROI: W. LUBKB. 1** ot tl '
now have approximately 180,000 Ik. Clerk of tbs Circuit Court oa I FlalallttPRINCEMNILLS .. GIFT WRAP PAK
people In our county and 1 J or befor th. Its day of January, .I VS. Light Set 6s8
IMS. If you Tall t. do ao., a doereo RKIBARCH: ; 4 rolls of embossed foil
hope all wW take this fine confe. or
opportunity pro will b lake* PARK CORPORATION. MtwJer '
to have their X-Ray." .anlnal d In th you* Complaint for tko I relief *..**/. ,.od**.. corporation fleurwa t All independent burning! gift wrap in festive 6 S.printed C

Tbl. notice ....11 b. ubllkdno KIRKBBT CORPORATION Guaranteed to light Tri-plug. holiday designs 360 z 20 in.....
Schedules for the X-ray units' eaoh week for four oon.*. Delawar _lIOn Uoa.
have been and distributed Mire week la tk. TUaaylll "nrAdvorate. Defendant*, Set of 66
published Tlluivllle, Florida THE STATUS OF FLORIDA) S9c Size 25'a -
for posting in various DONE AND ORDERED at Tltnivtll TOt PRINCE8SVILLB MBVKARCH :-
.. Florid. Ibis 10 day of PARK CORPORATION 1S, only 1
fthe The X Bt1RIK
parts o county. November. I.M. Nsw' lore cornoratloa ALKA-
ray units will be located In various Circuit Court en kevlnn II. principal I
C'urll. R. Harne.. Clerk Piece of buelaeee at IMFirtk
parts of the county: during Circuit Court. B,....,.. Avenu. Now Took IT. TRAK CROSS
the next three weeks County. Florid New Tork. COUNTRY I SELTZER o r p aRD _
Deputy Clerk k Delawar corporationkvtn
0....* T. Kelly. III II. principal' niece ofkuiliee ROAD
Attorney for Plaintiff at to Wall ItrottNtw RALLY
P. O. Ant MS York .. Now Tork.
THE.IT, NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCl Coco* Heark. Flnrld Ton ors .....b" notlfle4" thaioult 47 C
COUNTY IN AND FLORIDA.FOR BUKVAMD: Dee. 1 a It. S3 (Wed.) U... k*. keen krouihl ."*attyatt +. Car follows $100 VALUE A "
CHANCERY NO la tko Circuit Court to. and
11"0NOtlClt ;
Car Brovtrd l,. Florid, !

ruintirt Cut?, IN AND FOR II R EVA RD ton ar. ..,.b" "'.11...... ,. o..nr. 1
JAl'NIO M COUNTY. FLORIDA u.... WM. A. IPEN<.II. Ulnlirti' .. t
C Td35PETITION: attorney, wkooo addree I I. OrHulldln L 'l
TOl Mr.. D.t..d..L : or ELLCRT T. mood IWaell Firat N.Uoul 11..11 ell MAALOX #.
J.unlo M.rk.r
WI L I.I TT *. Ormond Buck. Florldaa .
4116 DoroibV : 1k' ) i
Maas Avtnu For lb.ADOPTIOtf. sops ., your wrttu defenoe laIke \Ct: .
TOil *r* hrbv Ooorihi.otin" that OF CARL E. oompUlBt I* sold. lull on orketor I LIQUID ::;) }
... .
Coraplklot .... tk sub f December.
for Dlvorc k A Minor I.... *.d Ik. ordinal .( Mid roll 1.49 VALUE O'87c
.flied .alsel you and you *r* roulrod IN ..,.._ ifcall, be ft..... rill tko ( bJ}
.._M or orrv riMilln a copy t. Ik ot* ComClni your. ADOPTION OF"CBCKL ANN elork of Mid court Tk* ourpoM of I
of ,b. Plltirr Hor...rt KNIQOB Mid cull I* to ferocloo t molt IJ}
A Minor, M* plclnllffa. **d re t\ .,
MORTON. P. 0. Boa NOTiric TO nitrK"iii :J."tJ\ ; Record Booklot.
KM.flic. th Tllu.vlll.. orl.ln.>l Florid A..wr UTW.or PUd-aid TOt Rldnc CARL B. KNiaOE. JR. ..... ... .t tko Pukllc Record A lovely
Inc la the Office of Ib. Clerk of Unknown ol Brevrd Couity. Flvrldt.upon i
Too are hereby. notified ....
that a Ik* followlnc .owrt. roe
th Circuit Court ....
o* .r bofor 1
Illk day of J>.Hm..... !""'. If you .petition.. .e drleil b. bee court filed by KLI.FRY:In theo property* towHiTkt I* Brvrd Couitv, Florid gift from .
fall do
will b* ,...lo.. JudirmcBt niul" you bT for dcftull Ik. T CARL WILI.ETT Ie for the adoption of part .* V S. Oowrnmt 5 pc. Wm. Rogers
KVianr F
relief drBMndwl In tk. 111 n minor.ad Lot 1 blot wool of U. y
Complaint CLAIROL
DONS' AND .CFCEIIA ANN K.N'OO"1 HI.bwsy No. I I. Halos It. renownedREVLON1 ','
ORDERED AT ..I..,. by the Piilonr ELLERT T..I' ootk, Rn IT SILVERPLATpCoffee
TUuiyillfc Florid. tkU 'lk say .f .. .... ..
T. WILLETT and .
Xoirwibrr. 1M4 you ar Kin I* Bnvrd (011.''' Flar.Id '
C. R. BARNEtt oulred I to.r.. -* copy of **ur *, **ct rllrd rl.'kt *f CREME
Aniwer Obtectlon t hwcui W. & Tea
CLERK or t* ubloct t ill .1 l roads Service
COURTBrcvard' I why sold petltlo .hn.ld war klk rri **d wblocl I* FORMULA
not k* *Ttd. on in* AIt......... **Minl* for public uillltta
By V. ft County Hnilor Florid* for rXHImor. PITTS. MORTON letudlc polo. ..*.. ..4 at- US VALUE Made by International Silver
IITICPHEMH.: P O Row Jill. HrKmrnli.WITNB8H.
MORAY MORTONAUOTMTI tk. *,.*...1 I* th. office of the **.1 ., MM court I* Tlloovlllo.Brcrard Pal Injector INTIMATE 7 AwartTrcl to our Customers Werkl/
Clerk of tko Circuit Court .. or Cuty. Florida tkl Ill
P. O. Sol for tnt 1'lalBUK .before January 4, IMO. dr of No..*.....', I.... *
TltuTlll. norld. tm' HF:"*. iy: FAIL NOT or Be- COURT BAL> 81
BY I "..et.n T. Mans will b* eater Spray Mist
Razor Outfit
A Member of tko Firm d ** ln"t u.Wlteeee Clerk of tko Circuit CouH
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0 dairy special 0r
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: A 2 ro" 57- Medium Eggs ::. 39c

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Biscuits 6 5S; 49c
\/ :<::,, Ritz Crackers Tem.w'r New .M."..*" ll .M

12-es.pll,. 35* Margarine ".."t.. 35c

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Club Crackers Cheddar Cheese",;: 63c

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f + DOLLAR U pit.. yjt Sliced Cheese 'iT 49c
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. SALE! Cider. Vinegar f rorcii foods o
':? 35- WII... So. FI'Hi. OraHConcentrate '
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Libby'i Plntopplf-Graptfruit' . ,
Ch.a OchimlOats l
Fruit Drink . . 5 n.tone'. $7. Cereal'Sr I ,........ QLibb .kh h.- R.1 .
,'. Rich ...i RtrmkliifTomato Raspberries . "T 29c

JuIce. . 4 46.... $7. 25* I....... I..... 10..4
] Libb,'. Sllud .' Holv.4 Coils Irllk tl\ rtt Frozen Dinners JJ 39ctvriiUn4 ,

Clinq Peaches 4 #cool r* $+'. I Lipton Tea Qvlck ,....* Sttv '
Llbb.'. DeUelo.... lortl. '
Vegetables . J t": 49c
PeorHo/ves: / . 4 ::.JB0$7.. ti" lilb.pkj.. 85- 48-ct.bs 67- 1..1... Quick' fraicn SpttkM

cry UbbFta'OrM' Betty Crock. 's White, Yellow, Devili-Food, French Vanilla L.mon.V.I..t, Butter Beans . IK'bet" 49c
"au' Fruit Cocktail . 4 *303 $7.libbf'j Spice fir Apple, Lemon-Coconut Delight ond Dark-Chocolot.-Fudg. ,..... .
cans I..rh|I'I HIM (

I .: Baked Ftmcul DMO-Brvw Beans.* . 6 #2 t1 Cake Mixes I 3 pkgs.: 8 9c Flounder . JJ:. 59c

Llbb,'. Tmdtr G.... cons 7'P.. or S.R. Limit 1 With $5 or MorePillsbury PRICES AM

r Sweet Peas. . . 5 ;.J $7. Flour pkg.39C THURS., FRI LFFtCTIYI, SAT
ubb,'. TIR..C... DEC. t /.S, 196Green
Beans 5 #303 7 Mix or Match, Swift'i Shorbeti orcone
. $ .
Ice Cream 5 &;:. $1. S
Pillibury'i Mil or SlickiPie
r ':vrlFt "mIUM Thick.Sliud *

I Sliced Bacon 2 pkg.Ib.: 89 Crust ;B: 19c'-! _'
Dreti Up Your T.bl. With Argo Spiced ,
t Copelond't Fresh or Smoked Country _

I Link Sausage per lb. 59C Peaches Fruit DrinkAppleGrape. 4 cg? $1.Wtlchode ,

Fresh and Flavorful' Tornow ,
3 320: $1.
Wieners 3 I u$1 Cone
0 0 pkg. I o Welchode Fruit DrinkGrape ,.
Swift'i Premium Smoked Stick Style
Braunschweiger per Ib. 39' Drink 33.2.r: $1. '

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Old Milwaukee &
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Bonelm Delicioui

Round! Steak |lb. 89Toity down produce lane

Bone-In + *, Red or Golden Doliclom .

Pot Roast lb. 59 Apples.. 4 &i 39'. ,
H..4 r- ,1tri4e
Tender Enough To Grill *
Cabbage..r........,?. 7
Chuck Steaks. lb. 59 'rwil ,.......... .

Tender, Beef 1 Eggplant I . ..",.",.,.".,.... ...It> 1 0dShort
Ribs..ib. 39 .. l'.UII.h. 1:

Onions" .. ...",......,..... ,11,. 19-
Plui 100 Stamps With Coupon!

Ground Beef 31bs.147 ,,,
TarnoVt Teiry Froth ;

J" Green.. .._ Stamps 11.Fkt.... 39 '
I swtrrs*5. MIMIUM ur.w.ir HALF ; Swift Premium Breufltckweifer' or M A A K s T s Park Ave. & South Street
Ib. 49c" rt: SANDWICH CHUBS r Titusville '
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PIZZA pits GAMI MINI CtlAMremlly
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Pocombor!: 2, 1964 It.r-Adv.c.*. Tlhrtvm' Pat. 11 1

Aii "Swpcr-Rlfhr" Woatom Boof

Postmaster CHUCKROA51

, Makes Plea:

"Pack Parcels"
i' 1 Trimmed 45c

I "Pleas pack parcels solidly," ber that the package you send LB.
It the plea of Postmaster Herman may be shipped on the bottom
Wattwood u the annual of a man sack and there may r' 1 I 1
Christmas mall rush loom I be heavier packages on top. BONELESS CHUCK ROAST
J ahead. Among the relative few packages .
that are damaged in transit .
The head of the TJtusvllle Post
improper packaging is the
Office also reminded his ROLIIO
patrons C
greatest factor, the -
that the use of free "local" and cautioned. a TIID II. 69

"out-of-town" separation bands Just to be on the safe side,
will the malls faster.
help move the
postmaster suggests that all
The bands are available at the ...
packages be insured. -' -
past office or from most letter rT.iiiRRi tRiffiiRIRRii1I. Cut From Corn Fed Young Porkers, "Super-Right" Smoked
carriers. He noted that poor packagingand 1

December S is the suggested incorrect addresses or not which legible are are either responsible i. In PWD.1 "e PIAlD ..:
deadline for mailing out-of-town for the non-delivery oi gv STAMPS ; STAMPS 's:

packages.parcels being"Don't delivered worry about too about each year.half a If million the return parcel addressis I Bits ahb. ...... ... ......... ., iil With .... ...... ..< M"***"* .. Ui P I C N I C 5

tarly, Just mark 'Don't 0 pen incorrect or illegible and the I 3 15-Ot. Cam of Normal : 4-Ot. BorH VtMlIn ur
Until Christmas' on the front," package cannot be returned, it CHILI WITH BEANS $I.OS :1 HAIR TONIC .. SOc SIii

Wattwood said. will be saved for M days. If unclaimed ,.......
A tightly stuffed package,with I the parcel! is usually e...... p..UL.d q!..is-MN.... a... Dw A i t..p. ._aea....... .... .... .. !'j I
nothing rattling around inside,I lost to the sender or intended I1I
win have less chance of being recipient Such parcels wind up =" .,; WHOLE
damaged in transit, he noted. in public auctions held at 13 t f ui'YtRIR' i i R't 1 S3ttritiR.t a'IiI' 1 C
"When packing a gift, remem- major post offices across the
nation.All parcels should be addressed l r 25 11 I
AAA Sees New on only one side and should
also have the address written on a With this M.p a4 1 viii .h n .d p. h tI. IB

the inside of the package in I.. Plt.. of 3 Tie AdultTOOTHBRUSHES ..1 11.Ot. IoM'. Child Bath . .
Tourist Peak case the exterior wrapping . 79c HI= MR. BUBBLE.
should come off, the postmastersaid.

'II II! C..p... (>*1H d thiwiah-.-44 a... D_ *. M H t| I C.sp.. ...Ja.. ....Into/..... a.. D.e 39Ci
S"c_-.I Whale or Half "Supor-RloM" WatHni lei
Florida :
For Wattwood emphasized that L:iirst._______!__--aaau.RJIi.ii__________ ______._____'! .. .... .1C.RUua_nnu.J:. t! 35 SHORT
I ZIP Coding the addresses on PICNICS RIBS 29c"SwporRloM"
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L La.Ir25 .
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Florida appears to be In tor parcels and letters helps insure / l:
another record winter season, against loss due to improper ii"j-j "Sup.r-Rlht" .. Shouldor *Supor-RI',hf Freshly
according to Myron S. Gray, addressing. Since each area of Sjrft't"I'
Director of National Touring, the county has an individualZIP I DAMP 25 ditis: CLOD u. 79c GROUND BEEF u>',. $$1.39
Code there is little chanceof I
in lea Washington report D.to C.the Miami a piece of mail destined for fli With Hit ...*.. ..* pu""4... of.' With ..... .....s ..* ..MM .f. "Sup.r-RIh/N W....,,, Scat Bonolott "Su"or-Rlght" Waitorn ...., Bon ,In

AAA office, Gray said: one city being directed to a city i GSTEWen Armour' 1.lb. 10t.TEW Baunty SWISS STEAK u.79c CHUCK STEAK 49c
'b "The present state of ad- which may have a similar name. BEEF 53c .. Sac L a.In .
.1 I ante hotel reservations' indicates For example there are at least I a I "Supor-Rloht" W....,.. Led "Svp.r-Rlht" Now VM fall IIlcM
that 'Christmas' may 28 areas around the country c...... .- .....txau.." ... ... 1. I e..... ...d IU.hr 11444...Y ... DM R B I 1.LI.
I i come two weeks early this which would have Springfield in iiJIJL.-e : .JC.II:1IR ,: CUBED STEAK u. 89c BOLOGNA PlCG. 49 C

years the address. Use of the proper ... .. _. _.. ... ._ .__ .'. .. ........
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ZIP Code would send the mall a&1 & &": & : ::::::::::: ::: : :''nu&: & ""
The AAA official noted that IRIRIRiRRI "Suoor.Rlghf Waitorn Quick Proton Haaoloa
the Christmas holiday season to the right post office. 'I GROUND CHUCK 59c GREEN SHRIMP 89c
in Florida has been traditionally "We are asking everyone toe prbra PLAID r 25sii La. u.
a tight period for hotel reservations > especially cooperative this
and added that if holiday season. During the peakof STAMPS il
current reservations continue at the 'rUsh' we expect that I with Ibis, .pe u. ..nh._ .. With thli -*.* .M .."..M .! Special! Jane Parker DeliciousApple
the same high rate, hotels and seven billion pieces of mail will :: 1-Lb. 3-Oi. Can Bounty *_ 1-Lb. U.Ot. Can A ft P
motels will be heavily booked flow through the system and it m BEEF STEW .. .. S3c 1 M PURPLE PLUMS oo,39c
wen in advance of the Christmas looks: as if 12 billion pieces will 1-Lb S-Os.
,. .... PIES 39c
For season.the calendar year, tourIsm be month delivered of December.during the That's entire I I!.c..p... (.Ml'"thmch 11 UM.... D_ .. 1"I! 14 e...... ...'.." ......." .... .. Is Each .......

well quite a bit of mail," the postmaster .11II11IIlInItHt.uc..aaUIt
ahead in of Florida last year is,running when more said.there s--:- ...... ..... ::. Special! Star-Kist Chunk Light Meat '

than 14 million visitors spent a .
4 total of $U billion in the state. ; & ::1 = ef1ft1. I ., &
Is Your
The year, is tourist estimated volume at II for million this I STAMPS TUNA 3 Siaw $100 i

with an expenditure of 18 bil- Chance To Share With .... -.;.. ..< yirrhiM r Wit" MI.. ...,.. ... p/S...- .r

lion."This total wUl Include more Pint Can Spray. Starch I Mb Cam Dal Mont Cream Styt j Special! A & P Hawaiian Pineapple" ,

than 2.5 million AAA members STA-FLO .. HI I I GOLDEN CORN ? 39eC / .,
who represent nearly 15 per Chrisfmas JoyThe SteH p1 aJeaua.a
j des mast I-Qt. M-Oi.
cent of Florida's tourist visitors Cape a .l un.h 1... D. l MM IM| tkniifh h DM /. JUICESpecial 29cI
; during the year," Gray public has an opportunityto 1 : sltiRSH. 'RItS!j iRi7 RRRRRRt. l= Can
pointed outHe share their Christmas with
.. .
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said the automobile brings mental patients through the : : RiRiR ii A & P Our Finest Quality AppleSAUCE
by far the geratest number Project Cheer sponsored by the l
visitors to Florida an estimated Mental Health Association of I
S3 per cent. The airplane Brevard County. : ?.S. 25 (bra 1'

accounts for 11.1 per Containers for unwrappedgifts r = .. .. !.8. STAMPS 2 ; 45c
cent; train, 2.7 per cent and a .1 "''Y |
for the mental patients in R Hllh thta ...... t4 vin1 -"... .t
bus 2.8
per Florida Mental Hospitals have 11-01. Pk,. .
"Each year Florida's expenditure been placed at the First Feder. H UNCLE BENS RICE .. 39c Mb. cam OalMonta Crier Style Oaclall, All Varlatlat Ann Pat. 1",1.11 Feud Tltav

the highest on vacation in the nation promotion- pays- al the Savings Indian and River Loan Plaza CompanyIn and i"!* C...... f *Jea 4 tkrot 11444.... D... a. HI SEASONED J/a PEAS u-MN 48c PORK AND BEANS 3i /' 3Sc SCOTTIES 2 Ti:: 145c

off in terms of a steadily growing Bank In Titus- C...... ...A ,,,,...Y .... D... ..
," said. In the Citizens K: aiaO:.:__t_:..R'RR_ __ RIRI__ Spaxlatl Whit HOVM Jan ,.,k., Over I/I Prult A Mutt
tourist trade Gray vllle. Lists are attached to the ..! ______! __ !.___. I IM'.!.:w: :. I
He added that tourist volume to for =x DRY MILK In..nt12NonfQ'T' 79c 5 R Na
Florida has more than tripled containers suggested gifts.If : : : : FRUITCAKE $3.99
anyone does not !have the ;
In the past decade.Bulkhead time to shop, they may send a ; PLAID f7i: Ann Pat Conalonaoo1 ; Knorr
Christmas card with money, ,
Permil I which win be welcomed\ so a STAMPS: TOMATO SOUP 119c SOUP MIXES "St: 39c

patient without funds may go to .. .. .. .
B|| With thla .r 4 pirrhM* Ann Pas Really Pin ,.,fect Strike Chvm
the canteen with his friends. .. .
I With thla *
M M> ai* M at
Every cent of every cash donation 2 FRENCHIMtI. Ann Pa|, 4 /.lb. Jar Ann Pat Pur MAYONNAISE QT 45c SALMON U.I AN 45c
Sought I For Pori will be used for gifts. R .. 3Se JAR
Send cards to Mental Health PRESERVES.. 39oC
Association of Brevard County, e..pu .-In...b..+..N. .... D... .. II IU I.aEASTERN ROYAL
Sf John Area 305 Brevard Avenue, Cocoa. .111111:...:.=-:....:.. .. : .I*... .M4 thr*.ah ... DM, ..
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Application has been made to ----------- -- --- ---- -- .,
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the Department of the Army by Radio Society r.1II.I..H..n'f
General Development Corporation PLAID .
Jacksonville: for a permitto 25 STAMPS' 25w14t txlrI PJ.AID !! Potatoes)
fill and construct a Yule
bulkhead!dredge in Indian River westerly Planning .... ..... u1 .....- .f STAMPS "', ',

shore. at Port SL John., l-Oi. Bot. Ann ,'.. Low CalorU. ... W.... iMespesesdpures.f j ,4 I' 1/ I f

Brevard County. Party SoonAt ITALIAN DRESSING zSa 2..,. .... Orlffln Seth| A"ll,ataf II 10-Lb. .'0<;.
to I 49 .
The applicant proposes construct SHOE POLISH .1" Z9c

across entire a concrete waterfront bulkhead of his Radio the North Society's Brevard meeting Amiear I Yl" e..,.. ._Jla....Itia/... .... ..... .. Cep... .w 14.Nn.Y u.a...a. De I. I Big .

property, a distance of about I,- t1EK2w. I
m feet, with its channelward lov, 17, plans were discussed 1IK:1C1It

bulkhead face along line the, and Brevard return County bulk- to Act have IV Restaurant a dinner party for aU at radio the w-::: .rn.-----' FRESH YELLOW 1

beads extending shoreward amateurs and wives In this 5 5'j-'j
about 300 feet to applicant' area. CORN 10" 49cRHY ,
Ugh water shoreline.R This wQ be given in orderto = THIN MINTS
is also proposed to dredge give club members a chanceto I thi. ..... ..1 ...."... of +I(

to a depth of about 15 feet below meet who with are some not of able the"Turns" to i 2 Ba.o* of 12 VM Form i GOLDEN RIPE6J
mean tow water hi an area
200 feet wide and about S.Ova attend club meetings.The : '2 0x
fret long MO feet channelwardf club welcomed Bob Art?) 39C BANANAS 10
the proposed bulkhead. The and Gene Sheppard as c t W :
dredged material would be confined members
within the area of the proposed Members of this club furnishid
communications for the 10- Girl, Lily "
Application bulkhead.plans of this work want dub at the feeding stations GRITS I .. ................. 2401. ..,21. PLive ATO CHIPS, ............... 10-01. Pk,. m GOLDENRISE BISCUITS 6 CANS 49c
may be seen at the office of the on Sable Oral Sunday, Her"".", Family
District Engineer, Corps of Engineers. Bruce Hoover gave a talk en COCOAHortltoy' ............... %.Lb lest 21. ctwl.......
\ 57i Riverside Avenue, Electronic Flash Units". followed RICORO ALBUMS ........M.M......... t".

Jacksonville.: by a general discussion.At : COCOA MIX* Imtant .. ............ Mb. Bat 91. Chute. of ,. Sir Oily PWISU.PS
of or in the December meeting fk* Iii Chunk 'r III"1I4M
AO date to the support proposed work opportion -I held at the Chamber of Com An Flavart ,..11.., ...'1....... LIGHT TUNA'h.0.. C'It, U. ?! .,II I1
should be submitted in writingKtttRg I merce BuUding. final plans were COOKIBS ... .........M.. ........ Pb'' MI Lam cyst al\MtlllC a. r rt we ce.#rM .K.
forth sufficient detail to made lor the dteoer party. Ner1he"' SNMe.t SOUP??MIX Olden.
finish a dear understanding of TISSUB I ........_............. 4 Ron 1ft pbf. tt I 1T. Irkee In T1N AI
Om reasons for support or opposition. The Titusville Star- Mvlbr llbow" PvaN Boot Pith fla..,.., Are Ooo Thee
'This win aid the Corps Advocate ist In cir MACARONI0a.. Pk'. 2 for 2k CAT 000 '". .. .. ..... U ii 4I. can, 2 hr 11. twialay D.-
of CngJneen! developing facts :
decision be based N..h4ac. PromiwmSALTINIS PUN m ....
which can North Moat Flamed
n culation in *
according: to Cot H. R. Par- Mb. Bo* 29. CATPOOO U *.o..C..t ,., ,,.
Its, District Engineer.. Brevard.

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I ; j :; Terriers Face Cocoa Beach Here

Friday Night In Cage Opener 4 S 4

. Titusville basketball fans have Several new teams were added kSSA

an opportunity to see the Terrier TIMlIIe High to Tolls' 64 schedule. Florida
In action a week early Friday
basketball Schedule
Air Academy, Melbourne Central 4
night as their season opener Cocoa Man HitsHoleInOne *
scheduled In Cocoa Beach Dab Opponent Catholic, Mainland and At NaS

I fLy S was changed to the Terriers Dec. 4 Cocoa Beach Home Bishop Moore will be played on

gym. I Florida AIr Academy Away a home and away basis this Royal Oak ClubSam
According to Head Coach Art It Melbourne Central Home ;year.
Carlile of Cocoa
r Tolls some repairs still have to 15 New Smyrna Beach ; Home gf f
became the first man to
be made on the new Cocoa 28. 29. 30 Brevarel County ChrIstmas .
shoot hole in
a one on
Beach High Gymnasium as a 'rr
Tournament .'Satellite.. the newly constructed
result of last hurri City
Jan., I Satellite home Royal Oak Golf and
canes. I Eau Gallle .Home
) Country Club Sunday
jack Sexton Coach Tolls said Monday his' 9 New Smyrna Beach away League Begins afternoon. Preston Grimm

starting llne-up would probably 12' Melbourne Home Cache shot the ace on
consist of one senior two'Juniors 15 Bishop Moore Home the nth hole, a 165 yard
and two sophomore ath 11 Sanford '. Away Monday At THS par three He used a I

letes. : 221' Melbourne Away iron.
r Plagued with "returning play. 23 Florida AIr Academy home Competition in the City Recreation t1" i > a "o
er fever", Ray Cowart, the
2t Cocoa ,
Away Department sponsored
lone senior in the group will be
T called on to handle pivot'' and Feb J.r Cocoa Beach '. Home basketball league, will begin at

center positions. Cowart, 6'4" S Satellite Away Titusville Gymnasium Monday College Student dent
S is the only starter returning off I' Sanford ':, I Home evening. r

last years team.. I MalUand Home According to Jack Miller, Recreation ?
A Jerome Thomas, tT* J Junior li Melbourne Central Away Director eight teams Enters ChevrolelsIn
a forward played some ball for 11 Cocoa Home have entered the league includ
the Terriers last year however .11 Eau Gallie Away ing Mims Baptist North Bra,
he did not start Coach Tolls: O. Bishop Moore Away vard YMCA, Jaycee's, Citizen's
said Thomas' eye has improvr*: Bank Orlando Utilities, Nazar. Daylona
)4' N VI + ,ed considerably this year and ene Church, Belk's and McCon- y : '
he will be doing a lot of shooting ;. young pre med student at
from the side of the court. David Nanklvll, 5"9" guard is year at Parkway. He is a guard. nell.The teams, will play two the University of Chattanooga
I 'W Jack Sexton, $'2" junior will ,one of two sophomore boys on Remainder of the team In games nightly with four quarters who has been racing for less
probably be Tolls' playmaker. A the probable starting line up. cludes two sophomores Jerry of eight minutes each, than a year will have two Chen e
transfer student with a' keen NanUvil played for Parkway Hlghtower 6'l\" guard; and Coordinating the league I I. rolets ready for the seventh run-
tRoy Jump shot and sharp balance freshmen last year. Preston Grimm, I.." guard. John Gaines Titusville High I fling of the Daytona 500 at Daytona -
Sexton will probably be one ofi '! ." The remaining sophomore IsTaytotoiDeVlese. Junior prospects Include Mike athletic director and Morrcll International Speedway on
,the Junior standouts the coma little 87" Knowles I'll";; Jim Boyles Bailey Frank Tomdale and Art Feb. 14.
Cowart ty. speedster who also played last 61"; and Bill McBride 6'3". Tolls will serve as officials, He Is year-old Doug Bill McBrWe
," I" Moore, who plans to combine

NASCAR Grand National circuit and operate a racing garage in
: ; Houston 'No Longer Tagged "Coll45's" racing with working toward a Chattanooga, have not yet madeup
:, ; .. degree in medicine their minds as to the mechanics -
nlJltn "One of the Chevies will be who will set up their
#till" Now: The Houston Astros driven by me," Moore told Chevrolet for the Daytona WOo
1? -i Speedway officials, "and the "We are, equipped to do it,*
I "fI16; other will be handled by Roy Moore said, "but there is a
HOUSTON (AP) There Is the situation in which we are Tyner We hope to make the
chance that will
we turn t*' a
:, no longer such a team as the the space capital of the world. full circuit with our Chevies" man who has a reputation' for
: Houston Colt .45s. he said "The name was taken Tyner whose home is in Red readying Grand National win
from the stars and indicates wean
Springs N C. is
Now, they're the Houston, As the ners"
on ascendency
.. veteran He made 46 Grand National -
trosClub The nation's Manned Spacecraft starts this year, and fin-
tr Km* HuiU Spe* !* President Roy Hofhelnz Center a training facility shed in 16th place in Grand National Cesar Tovar of San Diego(

AU ton, It took nearly five hours to devour a steak hash over television..DM ever try to tell a group of boys how to defend announced :the ''name change for astronauts is 25 miles from I standings. stole 40 bases in the Pacific
bad referees and select the orl&naland, official All-Brevard Football against tot*shotgun formation without the services of a black. Tuesday night Houston. Moore and Tyner, who own Coast League this 5'ear.WHERE'S .

team for 19M. board. All I had was the top of the school bus to write on,". "We think It Is in keeping withMiami's

Release date? Surprise, you'll have to wait and find out. KoonU said.

We're taking our dear time to assure us and the fans and play. 'The efght coaches represented at the meeting all agreed the wwKrt IKK.rYKrrMKMiKrKR.K.rryVY4 IrttK.rYYr arrrrr'
ers that this year's football team will be the best ever It can be method\ used In selecting the all-county team Is by far the most Rick Berry

guaranteed this Is the biggest and best team ever selected. It Includes adequate and best way of determining Brevard's finest athletes. Scores 55; SpartansHit
Brevard County's rough and rugged non-conerem'e "big The selection Is made by the eight coaches and ,the three '-
six" boys along with newcomers Florida Air and Melbourne Central county newspapers upon recommendation of the coaches AU Tampa 136 -119
Catholic the sports writers do Is sit and listen, and cast one vote each THE CASH
TAMPA (CAP) Scoring records
The big talk? Simple. Everyone wants a conference. Especially The' coaches also get one ,vote. fell ai the University of r
the coaches. This was understood last year but not determined. It starts\ with the offensive tearri, ends first Each coach is Miami opened: Its basketball

It'i logical, however with eight teams In the county This given an opportunity to nominate two boys one for either:end, season against the Tampa Spartans COMING FROM?
would keep all transportation costs Inside the yearly budget allowed then, he hu,to'give' ,his'reasons for nominating; youngster with a 136-119 victory I, .
to the schools. which generally Includes giving statistics attitude sportsman Tuesday night
But despite all the benefits derived from a conference such ship desire and pyeralt team leadership. AU this and more determines Miami's 6-foot-? senior. Rick
as this there's bound to be kickbacks. It's the Rambler's guess if the boy to deserving of the All-County team. Barry, scored 53 points tn break
that not many of the big six teams are too hep on the idea ol After all nominations are made the rotes are cast in a sec his own school record of II%. MI.
bringing in Melbourne Central Catholic and Florida Air. We ret ballot ami's 136 points against Tampawas I
know of several coaches who would rather not play the two This procedure; Is. used for each individual and each position a Tampa record for an opponent

schools because both are class B schools Four of the "big six" It's only right to mention that there are many more goodathletes J)5 fvF
schools are now Class AA. That's Titusville, Melbourne Cocoa In Brevard County. : there has to be more. Out of 8 teams And the Spartans scored more roc
and Satellite Beach. And Florida Air and Melbourne CC are both there are roughly 230 boys, and it's somewhat difficult to narrow points than any previous Tampa
Class B schools, It makes common sense Class AA schools don the.scale down to only 22 starting athletes. But, that's the way basketball squad in going downto

want to play Class B schools because of the attendance and gate honors hive to fan, in the direction of the boys who seem to impress defeat
The Hurricanes took the lead
receipts Involved. But the most important obstacle Is the fact the other coaches the most.
after two minutes and never
that Class AA schools don't receive enough points for beating the By using the nomination method, the coaches' memories are looked behind. Dick Puslns a
small schools. refreshed concerning a certain athlete that he may have forgot 6-foot Junior led the Tampa
That's only one of the many things that popped up duringthe ten"about: scorers with 23 pints.REMODEIIJ'L. ,
discussion Also, plans were made for an even bigger and dShia
better celebration next year which is going to be an annual affair
The highest scoring match between -
for coaches and players,
National Football League
h Coach Bob Koonti (the coaches call him 'Bulldog Bob' of champions and an AQ-Star Col. wendtrlrtf i w? '

Melbourne. presented the Terriers John Gaines with several loge tram was In 1940 In which end hay. awenderfvl 1 :'

awards. the Green Bay Packers beat the Chrlitmtll
If fans will remember Tltusvllle threw everything at Mel. All-Stars 43-28. dy
bourne Including the top section of the kitchen sink to hold the If budget problems heve yew

Bulldogs to a tie tree, wt'H help pUfSentt.
Let Us. up a yeu
Bulldog Bob, presented John with the "Rifle Assoclallon'lAward" a
for best usage of the "shotgun formation", and .others I with e Uwe bank loan
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too silly to mention Beautify I Te get the cash yew need fer ell i ,
Bob still can't get over the fact that John used the,shotgun I your living room
1 Home andEliminate the |tttt yew went te five. eeuf. 2 I
formation. "The only time I've ever seen the shotgun was on family room or bedroom
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tile oeM weather 1s here now ta Central Florida, so TOrty new book have )Just d.k AH MTMM, 51 s15$*.*t(",,' olHbM ..

are the tone-lneg, tales that always' acconvpnnlcs hunting season arrived at Dm THusvflle Public LO Lot woofT. tktlvcx
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ISucessfu Year and the cool! breeeea It's a ctnea. library announces Mrs. Jean 15.1 *fkto alatahIr.-
librarian u.. ... a.rdor.. .....
The beet piece to catch '"f> on these dsty tales Is generally\ at Swidainskl induing.'I : II',"ft.E Mm RO1V; Ikat. "

the barber shops, BUI James, down In IRC cad Tennessee Herndon Juvenile led IUU ak f.!... ol said Mttt

The Parkway Junior High I 1 with 25 points, and David Poff'. Seventh Grade (the Parkway season took place In downtown TttwvtUe can keep a peraun occupied for hours "' Like Winter" by Loll Leo- I.! 1Kvmkor TwQ....,...._4 .l 4 lln Twe LIM14 Hv4r4.

I Ninth Grade bridders downed with 13 points Also scoring I in the Central game when, the (If he has nothing more to do) reUUng'jAdiiflg and bunting ski; '(Mystery the Old Cave" nulla l ,.. (Sal ,lk. .*_ *nu i.I 1.
In..1 Ikoot to
] the Eau Gallic Eagles in their were Hart, Kim Smith, and Mo I I Parkway Seventh Grade's 301 Pirates were trailing 1113. The tales by Helen fuller OrS>a; "Nat.urallst.EJpknrs" .M.I. bIraNteI.N.. ..1.... II' .wrNr5 MI4MW

i Gore each with I points, Mike I worksheet easily won the Bre- Pirates who, then had a 34 record :- by Wyatt ."; n.Y.,.klwnacHasavreA
final M
Junior high grid contest: Coffey with 2 points, and Ron. vard County Junior High and the Central 11 was undefeated "I can remember," Tennessee said, !When! we used to go Blasslngame; "Young Scientist N. So PIN .IN.t ,

[ last week to become the first nie Huggins and Mark Hawk I Championship. The Pirates, who took possession with, hunting for turkey. Why we'd wait 'til".. could find four or five and Sports" by George Barr; 511.151.M.iINN k, till, r1.r/d. ....

I Junior high grid club to gothree I with a single point each. shutout Cocoa: Beach 7-0, 1:00: In the game at their own big hens, all aitti n' on the same limb, then we would get off to "Glory for GIT by Maxine THNaeAp KtnICltEleeAL'1: :

( straight years without a I The Pirates and their opposition downed the Edgewood Indians 48. In eight plays they marched one end. fire one hot, which would go..through the head of the may, "Heroes fur Greece and Don I a ... SI (W.iU 1M4.

[defeat The Pirates ended up were about even statlsticly 137. trounced DeLaura Scot- their way, to paydlrt with the first turkey then the bullet ftould keep right on going until tt Troy" by Roger Uncetyn ruK n.5Nh4 r.J IkM

[their undefeated stint in with the Pirates outgainlng their ties 18-6 edged the Eagles of climax being a Don Rogers went clean: through the heads of all four'of 'em. That way, you Green; will k* rlv4 hid

Junior opponents 731 to 61* on the Central 2019. defeated the pass to Ricky Barnes with 1:17: don't waste any shells "Mystery at Shadow Pond" Ik* TIUvlllCo.*'* Airport A.llI Dw""Jorllr "*
I 04
iMgh: football with an 18-0 record ground, compiling 1 more first Clearlake Rockets 12... and tied to play to tie the score: C Arthur by Mary C. Jane; "The Children ......,up IT,to l> 4.; el Ik olock. C.p.m.M n l_
[ down than the opposition the Southwest Satellites 1212, ran the extra point to give If that don't work, then the thing to do Is wait tlU they on Troublemaker Street" I Room. Co.*t> c..."....*. ''fltU"III. '
getting ,
The Pirates downed all their 41 to their opponents 40, the were coached by Ellis Wiley, the Pirates the win and what, fall asleep and then shoot the limb out from under 'em.. by Astrid Llndgren; "Door to l uy* florid.,.*".. for*:.4 MiiltuB T...t..U-r
[opponents easily this year only opposition out played the Pirates Daniel Godby. and David Drake. later turned out to be the margin "The only problem here" Tennessee continued, "Is finding the North" by Elizabeth Coat LliMI Plum. .t. tma MolflolloM *r*

[being behind on the Scoreboard 'I in the passing game passing Pirates found two able field needed to win, the county: four turkeys on the same limb" worth; "Patrick Henry: Vole 5 to lo.ooctlo *| Ik* dO! s

i once. Parkway opened the sea. I for 112 yards while com generals this year In Don Rogers championship. of Liberty" by William Perclv- .f AulkorltT' Ik. TlluaviIw, TIWiYlll.-Cooo I -(* ** *Airor Ainport I

|son with a, 2M triumph over I pleting 18 of 46 for a .391 per and Jim Morecraft, each of The Pirates compiled 40 first al Jones; "Chemistry of Lift" a.l .. k* t.lo4 trm
... .
|the Southwest Satellites. The, centage and the Pirates com whom starred In all the Pirates downs to their opponents' 37; We do remember some of the tales our grandfather and In by Katherine B. Hoffman; the N. Caadl I aNt A A or inn tat**kUurt, lit.

i Parkway Freshmen next came' pleted S of IS for a .278 games The first year men 846 yards rushing to their op "Wonders of tht HwnanBody" P: O. 5.a fTT = Fln ,
percentage uncle Albert used to tell. ... .
[to battle with the Edgewood In. and 94 yards These Intercepted at Parkway also were gifted position's U9 yards; led barely by Anthony RavlelU; lull 111'"......1"* I i I
Idians who they defeated by al 2 of the opposition'saerial with a great broken field run- with passing, 103 yards to opponents Uncle Albert said one time: 1 can remember while we were "Tht Hippo Had Hiccups" by lie re'''....l ...I'.t.oe.1a.
[274 count and the following bombs while not having ner In Mike Ball and a power N yards, The Pirates huntln out In North Dakota. The snow was bout foot deep Anna Standon; "The Girl In the "*".
I weekT\ downed the DeLaura Scotties any of their own picked off. The runner In Bob Kyle. The Pirates completed I of 17 for a .471 percentage We were concentratin': strictly on the big swamp rabbits the k1JI4that' White Hat" by W. T. Cum- tlrl.. ...... ,
idbmll rlin4.oLk.
I and came out victorious bya Pirates lost 4 fumbles and their also had other fine running and their opponents so big a person has to look twice to keep from shooting a mings; "Space Witch" by Don ,k Bld4r. or Ill bawd a a ash* !.

{ 20-12 margin The Pirates then opponents 15 The Parkway 11 backs including Bruce Herman, completed of M for a .34 percentage beagle hound. Freeman TUv.>vll-Co| a* .Airport AutkorltoU ,

[edged by \{.he Clearlake Rockets punted for an average of 28.3 C. Arthur and Ken Gllchrlst ; Parkway was penalis. 'These rabbits are real' fast and there's only one way to ll't IN) *f amoral t".ir Ill f n4 pa Sill

[ 14-7, trounced Cocoa Beach: on 16 punts. Their opposition was Bob Kyle who tallied 27 ed 24 yards; their opponents kill 'em; when. one of those swamp critters Jumps out In front Adult slatylma N.! kid may for toe wfbl.wa roetlpi. *t *kid n.**

'Minutemea 25-7, and smeared averaged 261 on 14 punts Parkway I points He was followed close 110 yards Parkway intercepted of you don t shoot until they're about ft yards away 'cause youwon't '* 'Kingdom of Illusion" by for porlod: M lilt. <*>> lass
I the Eau Gallie Eagles 45-0 In ly by Mike Ball with 24 points, I and their Edward R. F. Sheehan; "Alone Tk. Alr ort Auikcrlty ronroIk .
was penalized 215 yards passes opposition stand a chance. Simply give out a \loud slum whistle rlikt' to .*....4 set 5.* elf
} their finale. compared to their oppositions Don Rogers with 12 points C t. The Pirates lost five fumbles; When the rabbit hears the whistle he'll stop for about three sec Through the Dark Sea" by Mill ." The offense led Arthur with 7 I Thomas Whiteside; "The Fields C. "'.k.. tk.lr".t
Parkway was ISO yards points, Ricky their opponents lost 4. They onds. Then you can shoot TlluvUI-CoM ..Ir.A..th..II" .-\ ..
r by Ronnie Newton Pete Evans, I Barnes and Ken GUchrtst each punted 7 times for an IS yard of Noon" by Sheila Burnford;
Coaches of "Of that the bullet time to catch with M
the boy gives
eighth .
year up "What Is DM .. S IW.d.l INNonce .
.. Tommy Hawk Phil Edwards with I points and Bruce Herman average. Their opponents punted Cunscrvatlsinr' by
Cooky Nay, Joe Kyle and gridders were John Hall, Da. .1 with a single point 7 times for a 23 yard aver the rabbit Told you they were fait. Frank S. Meyer; "1001 Lost, 1

iKlelh Scraggs. Newton the Pirate I vid Kirk, and Ennls Proctor The most dramatic moment in age Burled or Sunken Treasures"by kid* will von k* aloea.at.d roolv4 ko.k .

[ halfback, led total scoring I F, L. Coffman; ,. Tlt.wlll.-reNe Airport Aatk
[with 44 points, including 25 in Trout fishing might pick.up this week If the weather\ c0ntinues "Not Under Oath" by John soil., us .. 'Iut> .'dock .....- I**.* \
Dave Wins ffikor IT. INsl law
[the Cocoa Beach game. Tom. Deer Harvested In Farmlon Ranks : Ragan to hang on a cold spell for a number of days. Of ran; "Without Thy Fait" by Hoora, County Courtk o. TI'Iullh I

Hawk and Peter Evans followed Bass should take a short dive however but ad RJUetts Summer "An End .. riorltl*. rat Mar b tM
[ my Golf ProRoundupAt fishing never ; ..1'...,. ... Ta.Iwar...
I with 27 and 28 point re- give up completely on bass; they're' always there. Fox Lake and of Bugling" by Edmund G..me **. ... ._'''..Uo.. a r s

[cpectively. Phil Edwards with Third In Florida Managed AreasOCALA I Royal Oaks Club South Lake reports' have been few and far between but the St ; "The Golden Keel" by ,..k***.TUuivUlo-4'ooo I. Imnootlo it Alroort tk. .Ml A**. a krllj -(

2S, May with 12, Clover v'i'h 7, Johns River Is still registering' several good catches. Desmond Baglcy; "Nune Annette" Tllu.vllh' -Coq. Airport
Dave Raltln of Orlando a sad mtr lie *b(.l.4 from Ik*
Kenny Griggs with 8, Wayne An estimated 146 Snapper and a few grouper are' starting to bite In the 'bNineydeep" by Rebecca Marsh; .h... *rfle *r from W.virtr H.
I Bingham with 3, and Joe Kyle Ocala. 468 deer: Tomoka 1)8 touring golf professional, won Talking to an Audience" by rnHMll! AMKNtl.too, 1.., r.lk '
deer 28 turkeys and 11 hogs deer 34 1 bear Farm- the first Central Florida Pro- S.. /,". Mlml. riorWo,
turkeys, :
[with 1 extra point Vernon Howard; .no. 4...olt. ./N(0. Tk. tollmoiiftl '
I The Pirates made 64 first i were harvested during the past ton 100 deer 35 turkeys ( I Roundup Tournament ever held 'Your Future as a Husband"by of lbs. 4Mlt will M ro-.-
week on the six Central Florida I Monday at Oak Golf and ."...... upon stun* !. t*.4 ooInto 5
[downs this campaign comparedwith Royal John U Schlmel M.D. .. '
hogs; Rlchloam 16 deer 16 turkeys ; *f ell 4orum wUkl
41- for their opponents. Wildlife Management Areas Country Club Deer hunters are still bagging\ game at Farmton; duck hunt "Revolution In the Sky" by I trt*** ill ***. altar ...*kie. of i

Parkway tripled their opponents which makes the seasons' estimated 4 hogs; Guano Gun %tur. Ragan fired a 71 for low pro, en continue to bring wsterfowl.1 out of the Merritt Island National Richard Sanders Allen; lliloIll44r. Nan. cukmll .ortlfl.4

| In rushing\ yardage rushing for total to-date to 736 deer, keys' 270 ducks 21 hogs 3 followed by Bill Morgan's 73 and Wildlife Refuge and people.. catching some fivh. Msiks, Mimes Miracles" by ikork: or. ('W4 bon Airport..rkl.Tuu.ylll 'Airtk.orllr t..
an amazing 1.387 yards against 87 turkey and 31 wild hogs. geese; Citrus Archery' 14 deer Grover Todd of Sanford with 73 What else could a sportsman ask fort AUaryce Nkoll M.A.; "House i U tko. amore .l .". (ofwnt

their opponents' 461 yards. ThePtratls been Many taken more outside animals the have AU areas reported the small Winning pro pro was Bill Garden Book of fla"," by N* bid 1"4)nay of tkolr k*I Ilkdrtw M4. tflo >\t(

completed 13 of 26 passes management game harvest fair to good Hunter Myers of Daytona Beach and House 4 Garden. ,'lotlm tint, for rootlpt .( kid*
areas but no estimate is tsp a ..rI.4 .( slat* 'loo) <.**.
for, a .500 pass percentage was heavy on all Morgan of Royal Oak. Allenhurst Fish Camp was really steaming with business last .it Avlkorlty. fwonro*. f
available at this time pressure TIl
and 155 their Ragan and Dave Thompson rioot ... ..all. .*
( average yards; oll *
I. Wednesday when duck season opened. According to the weekly bk ids ..., .. .,
Total estimated harvest 4 '
by areas except the Citrus ArcheryHunt I WON M ** t* 'U. )
Cocoa Beach second POM YIAR
[opponents took to the air 47 won place J.h r ri.k. ChairmanTltuavlu. ,
and received
Include fishing hunting report recently, all motel and cabin
areas : I \
[bombs' for a .494 percentage pro-pro. NEW YORK (AP) Yankee -CNN AirportAulkertty
units were filled to the brim.
land' 230 yards The Pirates lost All 33 hunters registered at the brought In their bag rookie pitcher Mel Stottlemyre D**. L I iWod t J....
'eight, \ fumbles with their opposlosing Bow camp won 23 games for the season.
tlon the same number Bitty Basketball limit of ducks. The I-font.] resident' of Mal *oO

he six Mr. and Mrs Reeves of Jacksonville spent the weekend fishing ton Wash, a 134 IN Till CIRCUIT rOUKT Or>
gridders intercepted compiled
asses and had two of their Saturday MorningAt sewn foHiKiorrUt Individual Vlsod 4'*MarrlnHoetkondtr. Indl.t..River R.I.1l1a 5,11 nM and carried home 37 trout averaging about I pounds each, record for Richard, Va., In the THB CUT IN NINTH" ANn JirDllUb rpM .H"VAO CIN n

|own p ked off. The Pirates Titusville Gym 1211! ; JUry im.i Jon.. SU Tr.m r.";. I 15 5aO'0.11'.sCar Mr. and Mrs Jack Conner Mr, and Mrs Jim Conner and Eddie International League and a 1.3 I'DIINTT IN CHANCEHr rt.O 111 DA .,.

[punted 9 times for an averageof HlKk! Indlrldu.l .oorlM Marvin .* Grill It It MTorck SO O'Caln of Orlando fished the canal: about four hour Sunday and record after being brought up NO 55(54N011CM
[ %1.3 yards; their opposition Bitty Basketball league for KM H.k.nder. {eat ttolora* .10.. Stilton. Club* A****. 1b caught 22 trout, the largest tipping three pounds.' Mrs. Conner I to the Yankees. Isthe World or s1NYLATeo r.earLO.taa aI.

punted 17 times for 23.7 yards. boys will begin Saturday morn url.1a te... ....., Torck Cluk.Hl Jloaltor1. 1TH SOH caught the biggest fish of the day an eight pound bus Series he beat the Cardinals "M, .N..iAVINOi SANK' aNew

1 The Pirates were penalized 370 ing at the Titusville High School .h to.m **rlMi Menlo. .A Mr Jim Graham of Edgewater fished the lagoon Tkanka in the second game. He tar rp.Nu.a. ,.,.'?,??,

yards and their opposition 190. gymnasium. Kautl.on. 1211. Len Boehmer won the giving day and brought In a red weighing/ 17 K pounds and tour .left game I trailing 10 due to nilE. C. OHtOO a/ MBMIUM1UUS

Coaching the Pirates to this Youngsters will be given per. SUBdtom en League batting title, others weighing between 10 and 12, Including 20 trout. Dr. Jensen careless Yankee infield play, Iii. wit, *, .l .1.l
T. ... .. |)ff* laeis
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undefeated, untied season were mission slips for parents slgnv Morri.o .A K.udroa .32 for Manager John ( of Daytona caught I reds averaging I to I pounds and 19 Relief man Pete Mlkiclxon was NOTICI ii NRN5ST: oivioV

I Earl Poff, Ken Gaslln, Jack :ures and orientations will re Co .. SS 1Jack / Davis' Macon club. trout weighing up to i $ charged with the H defeat (he P"ral.ul. a flkl' Door** of,
Armitren la 11 14 4lrf 1H Domnikor
[ Boone and Bill Terry. held, according to Frank Tom T..m No. a >*t tat Si -- result of a fun AlcCarv.rrun three- ,..... *H4 ."'.r.4 to c;.....,.
Ace cinitfr M' N homer In the 10th. tail No l Ik /
dale program coordinator. The Hrov.rd Nail Flank 17% *'% See ADAMS Your FULL LINE G. E. Dealer! with tour *f ,t"1.i.r, J .r.'I.\I'r.. .
Eighth GradeThe event is sponsored by the City Tint rdrl. "vi... Stottlfmyre was charged all In, .id for Hr*..r4 "'oumr.nnrlil .
Loon N IS defeat In the final series .. .__,.,. r..T..K
Parkway Eighth Grade Recreation Department. .......0. Marine .& game 114\111'111 HANK, a ...... Ioronraoritioit r
He allowed the
finished their highly successful --- --- THE ULTIMATE IN REFRIGERATORS thl'tll'1llllln 7-9 I I. fUloll't' .* rlRtrrM..MrIIaMMNI RII rKhf 1 IrM.M,1,1TtIMe; Cardinal clincher JAM ion c, OHtaai *>4 NBMIcm
'64 football campaign with a 5-1 -- -- '. hi. wit. .t al i. M* ...

worksheet and second place for U G GA "HOTUH or fuBiriiMi .f.d.n..1 sal l5N I will bills IJ":1..::: tl lfk.I Ik*
G AH "T Claw or
their age group in the county I : NEWI! AS MODERN AS TOMORROW! < .lie UT t ill NT .... ,traNI Door. ., 110 Mner4.
\'o".t c.u..u. 55 Its Lib .ftllswlll.
standings. The gridders scored NOTICe I* HENK>r OIVDW' .
that Ik* mttf* "liM4 N, (en.lr .f .. ..'d.
86 points during the season as :, CvrUT rl.'I". .t 11 A.II PS III .Iot h"
Harm* lor* of U* (null Caurltt .. .
compared with the opponents' Nr .N rnn.ir.' rlnrld .Mlk D.o.mba. IN11 Cell.wlssIrabah
Nothing : rtr' t* **t forth ,.
e | SIM 5.? of l>ooom *r, IMt,
38 markers The Pirates got off .14 .r'poor**. to-wltl
Americana .*,1.. Ik ..1! knur. al .I. *lk .. .. **
,. .t in 1.I Nloi' k M 1.11'
maIN 5.50 l INN Court NYNN
to a roaring start early in the .f rvr4 Cavity* florid. I. wool CONSIST, VKCtlOM' (
season downing the Cocoa Beach tiI Could ,.k* lllr .( ,......111.. rlurlil. ... roust. > oi>ar4lni, Ort:* MlIkwmf
... lot ..!. .4 wll a tukll ..*.. rr44 In Boon
Minutemen by a 28-0 count 'JIy .
14, ...
AEf RIGERATOR .FREEIER try I* |k* ..I...... a4 1M" h4wr *l rf of Ik r lt*
the .PJH gridders then shutout for ..... Ik. fallowingrtb .... Hooor4 *f Nr*'*rit Culr, '
Please Her rinriil*. likr wllk Ik. foU
rll.4 ill
Edgewood Indians 7-0 edged the 4 oroMMir *< lowlHffl
DeLaura Scottles 12-6, lost to *Hko4 foortir *lt nun root Yard C aair. rlri4 Mviliurl
w H.*I.. M....| ..-.0" '
the from Central %207 *l a Inn I-IM l tk* ..
Eagles ..
I More ForChrlslmaj AT tTE lIYnl rforthMM corwr of N:H *lMWtt OtrW uS1P5Ns1N4. O Tip
scored the Clearlake Rockets wee .1 ..*, 1Mb >, T.wkip .. .. .
ei'wort W *r Oil JI.* ..
20-lt and shutout the Southwest "' n Nap M I. Com* MIM|.1| nil *.*
**u foot I* Mint, IkMn* r'
Satellites 12.0.Defensive II U6HTEO COUKTtl- Wed ate f:.i I* A pd.s. :.1 N MdH T1J.

standouts for the b.lapl.Man: .. Mull*.** DATeD Ikl* Id' 4.r DOB_
TOP FOI IOADIN8 WMt 15 iMt I* a l"t lk* a*
Pin gridders were Kin Bingham Ira Worm in ("\\'t': volil.Ikon her IseIn. ,,.,.* *..
I ** rse Saw le a .. lei PiwgSC.N7 .
Or Give h
Chip Everhart. Tommy of $ v
rUWAIlRfrIRiN4 .*..!. ._ Led fool Mvlk tor .f ..
Smlrich David Poff Hal Cla- 1,1, a .io, .i ...i..if.Mr. Ti Hr Nut tr4)C.atya .. v... IIwaoiy
.*M to lk ri I D.NN .0Perssl.avN .
baugh Ricky Johnson, Duncan $LCN CterkCfiUHIMON
McBride. and the entire Pirate I A More Pride of r'll'sOwnership : :: ..wll.a IS Hid olr4.t. ur4 I. ,..a. NrhN Nil IMItRT aRAL" AND COI/tfMOM .,

defensive unit as they whitewashed i N MM 1a'a.'....Ham.0.Iw .. feel M>rMlo, At...
a rb5lda .11. MUM. >>.." ... florl. **
the opposition three PIN.pfs5. Mokorl K 5NId5 lm. t |W4I. 1M4.ii .
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times. The leading ground gainers iI 118 lOU-OUT ..".*,*. .*4 .l. 4o-kt *.mh rf 1"AIf ,
were backs David Put Jef- I FIEEZU.WnKSUFFIUINB wa"1. t* K*. 11/11
WITNCI mi baj **4 lit* / THB rtncvrr .'Ov.p .
ry Parkwer Hal Clabaugh. For Years .# ....,.. *M| .1 Sill Court tkt* CNN NINTH JUDICIAL CIHITIT .
Mike Coffey, Marvin Nichols, lot ot.l1'Den.ahw.lilt (' or AND VmS KDCrARDfWWNTT
Jimmy Hart. Billy McClure 'V.TI" N. IIAII/lII Nlslf,
and Ronnie Hugglns The Pirates To Come! ctcnn tmtirr .COUNT.' 70 M *.:.. ..tN'" BANK VON
I I ar Mare Jas 0asraowl7 .' A Vl"a* THB CITT or w
leading scorers were: I MOOtl TO-4IIY J45Tssr / 0...1 Naw "rL"

Parker with 26 points. Clabaugh | Ii $ Nary Aiivriwr, M.lor Hook ni,.(/irf .... P1Dht.IIr.

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Indian River City. South Titusville News

Valued Cltlwna ,brother and two staters and
John and Effie Porter, of 210lesyme .: -. -.. i their famOiee were all there for
Avenue, formerly 01 TfeMksgtvlflf dtatner. GRAND
West vuginia, nave been uere
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Simons and
for toe last tour )'e&l'l. They I
both coma from Logan, W. Va.Be children. Eddie 10, Terry I.
was born in Wayne County Nancy i and Donna 4, of 830
and ane in Cavell County: W. I Delano Road, spent Thanksgiving
Va. They have ueen numedSS a in Tavara with Mr. Mm-
years and have four l1vinidilldrtn. men's uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Smith. From there
Their eldest is a daughter, .yT they went to their cottage In
labia relihak of the Ocala National Forest for
Mrs. 1-ayette- ,
vile, N. C., who has three I some hunting.
children. Their son, Robert J
lives in South Lane Village, TitusvUle ?- Mr and Mrs James W. Hook
is marrIed and has of 833 Cleveland Road, togetherI Ii
two children. Their two other / I\\ their children, Stormy I, OPENING !
daughters are married to bro r Judson 7 and Joyce 1 went to
thers. Delores Crazier, with South Carolina to visit his parents
her husband and one child and I Mr and Mrs. J. L. Hook,
Gay Frazier and her husband in Leesburg, and her mother,
Mrs. Ruth De Loach in Bates
and two boys, all live in South
Lake Village. burg, The parents live on a
Effie is a school teacher, 'farm near the city and James
while John is an electrician.For hunted quail and deer while
years he piled his trade in there.
the coal mines in W. Va., but ire Door
I M-J"ohn;;:
Mr and 0. Smith
as the mines shut down, work
r and son, Ronald of 345 Byron
became scarcer and so they decided
to come to Florida. They Avenue, spent the Thanksgiving pec 3 4 nth
\ week-end in Anniston, Ala.
went to the central-western part
John and tfflt Port r with Anita's Mr and
of Florida and bought land at parents Prizes i
Lake Pierce, near Lake Wales. Mrs. Graves Hughes From I I
No sooner had they come to longs to Central Baptist Church. Six Tenderfoots hiked three there they went to Albany Ga., I
Asked why they chose Bre miles up to Fox Lake Saturdayand where they visited Anita's aunt,
Florida, when Effle put In applications
teacher's vard County and Titusville, the some passed their cooking Mrs. D. H. McNair, Returninghome
for posttion
a reply was that they liked the and fire-building requirements with them was Mr.
both at Lake Pierce and
area better than the western Nick Smoot accompanied the Smith' mother, Mrs. George 0. @wk I
for Brevard County.both got part of the state and found boys on the hike, along with Smith of Birmingham, Ala.
offers of Jobs at places there was more opportunityhere Tom Heard.
and Brevard .
simultaneously and a better life. The Scouts tracked five different Mr and Mrs. Leonard F. NO FROST
County won out, with the result kinds of animals and Bobo, of 223 Pine Street, recently REFRIGERATOR.FREEZER .
that they came to this com Troop m Bay Scouts saw several different kinds of spent a 10-day vacation in
munity. birds on the hike All Alabama I
passed with their
daughterand Refrigerator
t, Effle teaches at Mlms Ele Troop 170, Boy Scouts of Fire and
Building all but one family, Mr and Mrs Earl
America the
met at
mentary School and has done Thursday passed second-class
cooking and granddaughter, I
since arrived in this Indian River City Methodist
so they
and learned how to teU time Susan, in Fort Payne, and their
county. John works as an Church. The meeting was open with a compass. All had a fine their son's family, Mr and
ed the Patrol Leaders Mike f
electrician and mechanic for by time 2-DOOR
outdoors and returned just Mrs Robert Alverson and
the Pinker Corporation in Titus- Mlnthorn, Bill Woods and Wally ahead of the big rain storm. grandchildren Bobble and
Ville. Sablns. I On the hike were Steven Godwin Sharon, in Hunuvllle. They re 12 CU. FT. STORAGE :
For several years before it Some of the newly accepted Mike Smoot Tom Heard. turned home last Monday.Mr .
surrendered its charter, Effie members received their registration Mike Cullen, Steve Chreist,I and Mrs. W, H. BarnardBill 105 LB. FREEZING COM PT. 1
was associated with the Indian cards. Then the patrols David Hart and Mr. Smoot. ( and Bea) recently visited .
River City Library Association went to their
corners. Gary Colonel and Mrs. Russell WhitIng
and was elected as vice-presl Woods had a discussion on contour Pmontli' at Siesta Beach, Fla, The
dent of this association at the lines and map symbols Mr and Mrs. Reeve Jacobusand Colonel and his wife formerly
last election held in Sept. 1963, necessary for reading maps. children, Jay and Joan Uved in Indian River Heights $22995 1
and upon the resignation of the The Green Bar Patrol stageda Marie of 855 Cleveland Road, and then went to live on Merritt
president she became president surprise inspection. The spent the Thanksgiving holidays Island. When the exodus from
In July of this year. She is standings were: Eagles 35: with Peggy's parents, Mr. that Island commenced with $ Z
also president of Central Floe Arrows 25 and and Mrs
Flaming Homer Herrington in the establishing of the Space 299
ida Alumni Association. She be- Cobras 20. McComb, Miss Peggy's two I (SN IRC_ Ntws On Page 16)) I



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: ....... d from PIM Tke IldlMld Mork Or is. a1 ,p REPAIRS i'!

: c.rer .am, trey .. vim 01 tat ysw In die NOTICE I Boats For Salt ,

:, tIfonU fJnrtdtMn! !but (MTV* ... OK mite 7, ffwai Tenieta. .*fli? a>af mJWIMM "".,wey" : 1'/1J !..;:.,'111:1.: ': 14' PLYWOOD COAT 11II.1. <- AND

Psi If-. toctrir alert Cvterwle moter WE
H. H w t, Wefra.. 7. Gator tilt tratlar Two
I4M HrxXk (ifHI r. WART "D ..1... ,. .
M MINIIP, anM' I ail MM/lller/ 1 (tl tmta Safety ., ;cADDITIONS
; ... .tar wIWJIe II.MM MwUite NO Ie.tAW. ..LL;"'.. It yes wet It atlksk. ..... ,.. .... $409 le54ittBuilding i r WANTMORE
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Mr nwf J'OII slap
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aMM dra... tint _. sal to .sent fed Animals' WIDY COmmJCTION, '
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: their I mHaa.. -- of aav adv.riieum pt Irnw tpda.d deIdaIt, I

The daughter and/ ty M....,... frirtetyPrmfttta ? If sail 10 r.nf0w 5SPS to 1M MIMr BEAGLE PvPnn ......... ........... IJ ... .Ua ml'"'-raMM -.> ROOM :.
fmnWea. are Mr md atn. TIM Air A4VOMM wilt not ._, eMta1 BOW, pick up ateMktmN rile. Le ./ beradeC. -
HeflpaMB, of IndtM Crime Wwfcttop. ::. l| f IMt lltnttftttSlgf fee wen ............ M.oeM. PlMfMAMTHM.Business. ;;
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At 1M.ftctfft CfbiM Pre- i t Di
Md Mn. Max Gntjnry WJIItttIIt t WerIMhrtp" held! IM in die A v IbI. :'r..a.Ibi Boats For Said, 4 ; A I i
:I ttieir cWWren,, Mm Md I ... AnnouncementsWE 2d
Teavltte CM Bttfld.Mff '
die 1A4, raipas The Perfect 'fr ,
frwn' JttfcenftvWe; Mr fandly
Arrant f Oft'/, ,
Mri.Linda C., front D Mfflw Crewent Md *&*) I 'seresaMtllg. the ItI6tt ttpO RherCity ii en.. wIpNUUeiSi. CHRISTMAS GIFTA : CAN answer your dirty Up To 5 Years Bank Financing At Low Bank Rates
; or New Boat and Motor for Compirt floor problems' W.
WMMfi'i ntux Mn Char- I** ***** eie.afloors
and Mri. W. E kith lei (Agnee) Morley, representIng btll.Reeshtl"( e rae, .y run. walk, tie in itorei,
:! Terry, from Callahan, IIId the TiHwvtJJe Woman' n" ,1mQtqline COME m MOW attire., hornet; daily, weekly PLANNING -

kVxjUTi vm, end family Cfib! ; and MM Rtefcard (Jan) e.eu.. Are. AND SEE : I monthly.Service WI-VM/' C' Janitorial SPECIALISTS IN COMMERCIAL AND

and Mr. D. L Booth Van"orll, the Tttuevttle 6f". .2'. NEW '65 COBIA DESIGN AND
representing M i ( limM
Doll, from Dlnwnore, ). Jimktr Woman'e thro, .m. Tote11er:. ri Ar*'.wr A Runabouts A Cabin Cruisers (Continued oo next page) RESIDENTIAL ADDITIONS &: REMODELINGCONSTRUCTION

all viewed !the film entitled! Inboard Ic Outboard Drivel.W !KOTICK Or '.TK.T'OY TO
Johnson .. .
14th with "The Riddle of the Friendly 'IJI' have a complete; UM ("OIIft.II.'ua _IICTI1IAC.w/tb/ H.; ....NANtIn SOt
; birthday of fin
8tt.ng.t" boat* And more Ifo ties C..1ItII' If...... 8051.
and pizza party. Thin film shown to are coming In every Wf ek. &AWl II iSOlde "eto .t 1555, (5.sad.rnawed FREE ESTIMATES- NO
tne celebration wa Ann Special' Notice NOW IN STOCK acquaint M viewers with t1IeInform.llon DOT '"f tM Careen Curt In! taro i
and Claudia Llcktflt.T. Complete Wn of vr4 County flortda.
mail n-
of child molesters, NEW '65 MODEL 'No *f roof of ..l>llc Ooil *f Stackhouse Construction Co.TItuaYill
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Due to the coat of this film u .et. IbO MlAwlnir fl UII m
Johnson to> Oo tr RMtanrinlrflulpm
M.ManStage / which Wit considerable and the .., ,.. .
I Most dates and mime at the nt sat -' u d r
need fa 'l.I'h. flint m tWa Coin Dhow, 10 Let uf help you select ,ourbtI.tJnf welsh I cm .on..f4t6leool.. ..
ftunrfar .
U atudfirti in Mrs .. needs for the fsmllafloat N.Mr II H.||VIMM|, Flortili. ..<.! *, Florida P. O. Box 2122 Ph. 267-3688 Afl. Hours Ph. 267-9568 j
; Reynold dais at (: area, the ladle, representings I 'm. Rambler Sal a, Hopktnl 1 that U. andnr.leo.d (. to* ..",
owntiry School! visited' committee of the three Wo Avenue.GRAND. Outboard 'I terra.t. ,land Research Center man' subs, lent Monday Rogers n d.v ft* ]Ofov.,..... A.D. 19M. I I

Hfnct they art viewed another film at the Oqnlna OPENINO 1103 Garden St-287-6414. 1/:,,, .,DoniM o.' *P.t.(melee it (W...., f'M.4.
hJ/JII" Elementary: School it the ------ --------- -- -------
ry of florid1, Of ffDELL'S BAR
ColumMin Indian. djllp''. Invitation! of Principal' Luther
: very pertinent. The actual' Rngrri<< This flint shown was AND GRIlL

'Souls scene and dugout quite good but the committee 8. end of old US 1, t miles from
were also displayed In felt that more win needed! and .
I Museum that a cwiMnalkm) of the two
In tile beautiful film would be more beneficial : IN FRI
Plan are being made to Inc\ d
across the street from the PAYS STAR ADVOCATE:.
( sum were many ve tlgat" the poanlMHtleir" M
bm.relief. Thene ore producing I film which would MANY SPECIALS
ln, i mixture of land cover ill/ the aspects of both
Cement I the comWncd film, plu other
I tie THill t-tHcun couiW1WTK ? fir
rOlln.'I'! needed Informatlrm Tics iVMCIAI ell'.
(UIT, I* ANA roll IIAIYAftD"flfT' :
Ticket fer D,""'. ( rlOnnA.
''If l'H4N'rft': Nn rot,4
''the Barbie Doll and TMn. .fwn robe will be given' HARRY a. win, jn. st
Indian Hlver/ t'lty: teen-Town "'.tI"f
lec.) II, with procwwli / Jlub! met "last Saturday( for IU CLnfi: 1. wise,
buy needed equipment usual dance it t the Civic Center ; L.heAulens ,
I Safety ntrol at Coquina with 121 teenagers present, TOI, C7.BO nWH.aua i* wise WE ARE CELEBRATINGWITH

mentary' School.Tltketi Previous'" record attendance T/hoops
can be secured. Toil (irVhir *< *
wan m.II> this broke ill ree .r: 4lvrr'IIIr.'II hn
the. Indian River City reds NutanU:/l" Ten and von ir* rulr *- A
Cltib; Public Affairs l fJ fill eons Bi'' r
Adult : :
chaperones, mi duty plii1ln with tot Murk : Ik*
Inept or by calling Mrs were: Mrs Jean Bay, Mr, and ('iroiill mart far Hrvr romilr,
poky, 7-750i Tkketi MM. Ross Sparling, <<, Mr tnt tt o Tlluivlll pr tftrrmf/ I rinrMa epee, *n4 MOHrKf la *>rt v' '

llmi! be purchased Mri Ralph" reminder, Mr and ClOfihlCT O, I beeAt. Jliiorn.r, Catnt far, florlil flilntlMf 48 HOUR STEREO TV SALEAT 1
Safety Committee of Mn, Bob Aahlrqtr. and,MM, 0> bufnr lMrmbr Itth, :4.o Ivan ,
Sth'xil by calling Mri. Fd, Merriam Mr!. Alii:* Comparalo : nif fill.. l.. ltd H a. h"I". *
*"* will b* *"' ( .InotrIll
tlMle 2877818.Patril and (Leroy Hayes, r, numplilnl.WirNEli for this .enlist damasd.d I In .
Munlc furnished
was / by a
hand Ins th*
band from Orlando, the "Fugitive nfrirl.j, nail| .rlll' t'niirt tall' lets.
leaders til ,
", du Nnvnmhep 'IMI. THE
Patrol, !Leaden ( 1 CurlH H ",,"..
Camp SI.rt'nl1'1'' 8. the ISM n,.tk ef Ih. C'lrul' Court
Scouts Wit held over br' T .
ciirtM for1 "
memoerihlp Styli club beeutVcT ': 'j
IhinkxglvlfiK/ holiday aL will go on sale Price/ for the (Caurt real
bemllle.. Attending the Not>*rt UoTbf'; eel. '
will be JM! 1984 .
year > The ,
O Son 4U
from Troop 130, tllrl $ cards will, last noel, rtnrid.r I .
f he" crixl unll( the ,
foV rliintirrnor. 1 '
America of the IRC '
Saturday' / 'In Fefrb'hry 196. ,. ii, n. boi .. a iwit IMIwofiti S.T.R. STOREEN
t'hurch Barbie
were Rveryone1: requested to gel" :
: ,
Chris l'omiioii|' (heir, cards as soon n possible
Instructions' were /tit obviate anjr last minute/ \ ron niuaa

building fires, outdoor tlsh( .*id bid will' b* reload br
'lashing pack, making Iha ......tI'11' C,umf Cnrnmliilon-'
AniPiincemffnU/ the f'hrlst-
articles,' out of tin cane! titan dance and will be .r* KB In It4, A.M.. D.o.mh.r 10.,
party land' il
Ih. t'ourlkauM U Titus.villa
Eight flag and
ceremony made shortly, rlnrldl, fan MIMS ,
On* (11) IMI AmrlFi' m4*
lUnrtird alas! elm l Sii) t>M, (i. rtlllon
Chest X-Ray NASA Hosts Padtrallen rn., 4 dnnr, wkMlbiH. .
Hill UM HiK lit Innhv* aule
llatold K. (
dray, NASA will N host: to the Culls Irtnitnliilnn, I'n.llrtcllnntir .
man of the Public Affnlil 1 Mievaid, County Federation IlfWnlltl'n' *nd l, VI cniln, nol !lan then
partmrnt uf the Indian 'luli next Friday, Ml dole::'. HarMa r4ltnr,*r I !f1J', ,:; 14 In".her 4 ".nlrMur'nilor. ,

I'lly Womnn'i Club, Dec 4, The lad(I'" will l|| ill meet urns nn' tans than II Imps. FRIDAY &SATURDAYDECEMBER4&5r
Iw l4 /
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to annomue. the iiiinxnl' it toUII: ) am. at the parking ulnd hl.ld: wlmrn, fed llIdl:3:;:;:

club fur the 1'hpnt X.nay lot, this end of the M11.Afauseway anti intl.!'11111.:=,"dtlr mlonil* ill, wlnilvw danslp.*.,
"hkhl1U be it the and there they will llrtrln intf """.f kriku..
River l'Uy.'luI 1'.Innt7 ell *nailllnlu, cut lilt, *
flhlll1l1lnl| | Ixmrd Urn liiiaos furnished by rr vl.w mlrrnr. brk u' Itihi
trr next Thursday | NASA and' nwinieiire. the first rrvlrmiUlln, ... .I. and Arfrnit.ir ;. 48 HOUR ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS -
Mint '101)0) a nt I to, 1 IIHI: \ leg of a veiy IntereNlIng two-' mate arm,. belt.tl.", lolori I Will' Ion

and from 1:00: to 4.00; p hour 'hour of chits| Kenhedy. r>vmnl In It* mid n* Atlvr,
fering free chest X.Rayi ,, will d.llv.rv I Ie b* made In ,
Among the \mwill, to ;kr.* ware KrHnil' STEREO CONSOLES
c\rMl yean) of age, memhoni" the Indian liver Th* Moird r...no. the rlitit U WAS

Thin MM'vice. H |" \' City oman'i Club, Ihe wiv, '1"\l AM Mil tnv sad I* b sit* m.rkd blil" ,. "fld' laud ..,., ampiNlprl' Danish' Med.rn .I.ct h..tI. $485 $43500
the nrtvard (IHxmiv '. men tnm 'Indian liver I'ltj Mt fJuilim wasen i" m fttiuld* wood cabinet' I aM..., systems 10 WI" psismuds
pnHment and the lloitda, ltd kind onrntr of nralnp.. ,
plan In nuTt at I SO a m. at the ewer .
hoard of l1"allltit >' home t'0 AINRMAIS KHAM
cto| \ of Mn R S. Nunnally, I
with the llrtvard County club prwldent.' and will\ then mtlAnu or TOVNTT STEREO CONSOLES WAS
and Health Axwlatlon treed tit" the Taiisewiy' togrlhrr t1CutAR.{ J18Tf, $33000
pprovrd by the Rrtvird 1'IM1,01'1w.lt.t: ,.ld, alit. amptIRerlady Amnlnt' solid maphl $385
net. .."I".. S .....k.' a7/Mm.

PORTABLES i $ > 9.95 $13495'COLOR t

:o"I \ fine meals at budget prlGRANS e CONSOLES : $69595 $ 54495



WAS $24995
B & W CONSOLES $279.95 .





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Don't Fumble Your Chance .. Score With A S-A ClassifiedContinued TODAY'S


from Proceeding Page For Rant For Salt Help Wanted Mobile Homes Real Estate Real Estate LAKEVIEW HILLS

OIL HEATER for sale, ill Fishing, Boating, Swimming .
FLORIDA CAMPER sales and ROOMS FOR liNT Pine Street. CLERK STENO I, Recreation TRAILERS FOR SAL GOOD Sandy Beach, Boat
rentals, winter rates 2471 Department Muat have knowledge ., SURPRISINGLY LOW price, docking and other
OM Dixie Highway, 2671584. LARGE HEATED private SINGER AUTOMATIC of typing and short SOMETHING NEW I (990.. 3 bedroom close to facilities will be
entrance Console model original price hand. Must be able to meet TRAILER CABANA Amen Tired of cold looking concrete school!, hopping centers Indian
and bath. 1 2 yours when Into
or men you move
CAMPER lean 42 ft. 2 bedroom Exccptionally *
REASONABLE. See $10 weekly. Phone 267-2090. $300. pay balance $62 or reliable public Excellent working I walls then see beautiful River Oty. Harrl Real the ill new Lakevlew
at second house north of party assume n payments ,. conditions. Beginning salary nice Bel Aire BRIK HAVEN Small select ty, lac, 2670413LUXURY Hills residential
Kelly's Block plant Mims EFFICIENCY FURNISHED, Sewing machine does 123600 per monthEXPERIENCED Cabana. 33 ft. tiled and draped subdivision of S3 lots paved See these all 3 area.bedroom
Mobile Trailer
Park lot
special entrance. 267-4492 an fancy designs tig-ee I 22 267-3179 streets, sidewalks, wonderfuwater HOMES 3 bath enclosed
Child Care WAITRESS .
Nothing like It la
stitching Write Credit Man
$13.50 per week. Private borne t, ogee Box A.I, Star Advocatefor wanted Apply In person ARRIVED this area featuring 0 cos- In beautiful Whispering Hills garage homes now under
construction for
JUST located
Dino'i conveniently it the your con-
267 6690 after I Restaurant 267(742 Corning
WANT TO go out for a day? p.m. free home demonstration, fiberglsss Insulatedside aorta end of Greenwood St venlence. Place your or
Experienced Leave your, child reasonable with me. LARGE ROOMS gentlemen DO obligation. MALI HILP WANTID 1965 SKYLINE. Budget pricedat beautiful California with exteriors redwood of Just oft State road 409.I der now and get Home-

$lS weekly, double. Including 1 $3499 Front Kitchen S and Bedrooms with paneled 4th stead Exemption for 1989
rates 2677258. MOVING MUST SELL, 3 club I READY MIX concrete ..Ie.. brick for. lifetime of Priced at
utilities 2674103. bedroom which be only $13.(00 with
chairs, Round leather top I bedroom Modern decor. carefree maintenance Price cm used asa
man Contact low
CHILD CARE by hour, day area from den or for business. Fireplace FHA or VA III ntblyp.ym.nu.
or $3-6000 below
coffee table. Custom stereo, (368282 Cocoa Brevard
week Indian River Heights I STORE SPACE FOR RINT Remote control TV 37". J il ton Street Material Washing Service USED TRAILERS < Market wall to wall carpets, elsewhere. Why pay more
\ and receive
FIND Florida
2673766RELIABLE. NEW STORE building for of. KLH speakers Sherwood of Brevard '84 YELLOWSTONE 21'x,1 BR ONE LIKE IT room. Fully equip. least

WOMAN WILL do rice or business 15 110 ft amplifier. Tboreoi turn table,, '59 MARLETTE 36'xft'. 3 BR AND I'LL BUY IT ed kitchen with dishwasher
Heated and alrconditioned., solid walnut cabinet 287 REGISTERED REAL Estate STREAMLINE, 28x8, air condo disposal built la range 4 $07-Nice home la central
in Over 1800 ft living
babysitting my home. aq > area, kitchen
Phone 2676160 :3120. '..m.n. Under 90 years of 1 BR.NASHUA. even nook and dinning location. Enclosed Florid
References 2670288 Park Avenue plus garage or double car room central air & oil
age Realty 30'x8, 1 BR room centipede lawn,
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT SPRAY GUN, compressor am2v E. Park Avenue Edgewater SMALL DOWN PAYMENTEASY porte Total price $11960 heat Insulated ceilings and hardwood floor, drapes
CITRUS TRIIS AND FRUIT gallon pot. Best ottera Florida TERMSMARTIN'S Featuring: do 4 spacious sod I walls, Inclosed 3 ear garage Included Priced at $14.900
WAREHOUSE suitable f really mean. apaclouimister and
287U36. utility with $1500 down and $102
ORANGES, FINEST Navels, shop garage or storage. In I MAN FOR JANITORIAL workat MOBILE bedrooms 14 i 11'5", monthly.
Parson Browns pink grapefruit center of town See H. H. ZIEGLER HEATER slightly First Federal Apply In HOMES SALES each with walk la closets. Choose from" brick veneer stuc
South Lake 2673908. Hudson at StarAdvoc.te.WAREHOUSES used 3672040. person to Shirley Finn. 1224 N. U.S. 1 Wood paneled family room, nor pro-east stone construct- $09 Extra large new home
large dining room dream Good location 3 large bedrooms .
For Rent NOW UNDER GUNS. WINCHESTER 13 WONDER BREAD desires man 287-3081 kitchen and continental cookIng I baths. brick fireplace .
construction Any sire up to; double and 13 gauge for wholesale bread route. North of Overpass center and tiled snack .PRICED FROM all electric kitchen

30,000 square feet lease. 267- singe. Fox 12 gauge double wool 29-40, married, high 33 FT. LIBERTY trailer Lot bar. Huge living room and $21,900 central heat and air con
FOR RENT 0564. Industrial or commercial Savage M lever action with : or better Good Insurance optional Reasonable See 3 over.sited baths ditioning. wall to wall carpeting .

space available scope; Winchester 22 pump; pension plan salary W, C Stokes 968-2963 Christ- This house doesn't meet competition Call Mr. Ben M. Tyler Two car ,ara,..
Floor Sanders, Polishers Maher 33 bolt; Remington plus commission Apply al mil Park.Moving. it makes It. Terms 267-5494 Priced at $22000 airl low
Phone AM 7-3239 22 target; S It W 3$ master 1(12 Lake Drive, Cocoa, Dec $700-1100) down $10/-11/ per FILL monthly paymenU.
Factory Paint Outlet For Sale piece. :267-3669. I 3. 4. and 5th, between 1:301:30 : month principal and !later (Continued on next )
: p.m.TRAFFORD. & Storage eit page : -$330 down and approx

Baldwin Shopping Center CHEST TYPE freezer, 1$ en.ft. --- Other beautiful 1550 t wta- $7S monthly. Brand new I
PIANOS.ORGANS holds V4 ton food, take up REALTY COMPANY LOCAL AND LONG distance room, 3 bath homes.* at realistically bedroom home. Has cent
'APARTMtNT$ FOR HINT Make this a Christmas the payments, $2.29 weekly W, offers aa excellent movers Moving, storage down to earth prices ral heating Ready to be

whole family will rememberfor T. Grant Co., Pirtle Plan career opportunity for licensed packing, shipping cold fur From $13900. SUTTON occupied.

CHANTICLEER INN., Titus. yean to come New Shopping Center. Real Estate Salesmen storage crating Free estl Owners and Builders $4(1( -Large 3 bedroom, 3
yule now available furnish Spinet pianos start at $399: in their new Titusville office. males 267-3341. BrivsrdRidgewiy J, D. SPANGLER bath home
ed apartment one bedroom. Select your own payment: $6 00 PER MONTH I A hard bitting sale program .
W/W carpet, all electric. For plan Repossessed M model automatic plus excellent training with a MiyflowerReal 267-1923 with this preowned home

information and Inspection Guitars, ukulele, band instru ilg sag select-o-matlc professional Realtor organ EstateOne ROBERT M. EVANS SAYS Only dcwn $13309 with $1290
t call 2677043. ments. sewing machine This mach isation, offers in unusual 267.2834 Shown by appointment

GIRL TO SHARE apartment KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC ins does rig tag, fancy stitches future for qualified Illes mea. acre building lot, conveniently Models open for your Inspection "WHITHIR YOU LINT
with single girl.teacher Mod 2126 W. Tropic 267-6389 monograms, bottonhoies.nd Please all Harry D Neill, located North of ( a ma p.m. including OR WHITHER YOU BUY $54-Well cared fer preowned
icwi on buttons, blind f Cocoa home
tat 3131 3
for interview.Instructions Sundays. years old. At-
crn completely furnished, 3rooms Mims just off of U.S. No. YOU PAY FOR THI HOMI
ZIG ZAG sewing machine hems, etc. take (
repossessed remaining trictlv lot In
1 private bath all utilIties Cash Directions Drive north oa YOU OCCUPY- quiet r....
Included. 64 model swing payments of $6 Call 267-5930. only: $2750 U.S. 1 from Mime caution dential area. His 3 bedrooms .
$6290, 267- Sydney
3157. needle Dial 0-Matic, perfectcondition : J STAINLESS STEEL waterconditioners 1141 S.Schwartz Hopkins Avenue Realtor light approximately H mile WHY NOT GIVE US A CALL and 3 baths. Pay
makes hundreds of $1390
MEN to paved road Immediatelysouth TODAY AND WELL HELP down and assume
EFFICIENCY FURNISHED decorative stitches, buttonholes 1 used lets than Learn To Operate 267-6100 of Kelly Concrete YOU TO $1491)0 mortgage payable

kitchen, living room bath sews on buttons, take year$120 Cost and over $700, will HEAVY EQUIPMENTBulldoiers ACREACI FOR SALt plant, turn left on paved at $117 per month which
special entrance 267.4492. darns, patches, monograms, you pick up Graders road go west *4 mile, cross Includes all. Shown by ap
embroiders etc. Assume remaining AlfordOLD psyments.Street Inquire at 1039 Scrapers Drig Lines 80 ACRES S miles south of PFC spur track, turn right STOP PAYING pointment
FLORIDAN APARTMENTSclose I payments of $690 Back Hoes :. Clara Shells Sanford live stream rum BRIK HAVEN ll 700 ft rs-Larg two

monthly in. rates efficiencies, air condition.. weekly Credit manager 2673411. NEWSPAPERS suitable Complete practical training on through property, $300 per north oa left side of road. RENT! Double garage story. Must borne be

ed. 417 Julia Street. PORTABLE TV 17". Good IJp.cklD.. and moving furn our modern machines! it our, acre, terms T. W. Mere seen to be appreciated
picture. Any reasonable of iture, trapping fish protect Resident Training Sites, gives, Broker Sanford 3222481 for NEW S BEDROOM, > tile baths, Priced it $29,900 with u%;
BRAND NEW Furnished 1 fer Call 2672970 tog noon and furniture when you the background you need to appointment electric range, central beat down
and 2 bedroom apartments, Big 90c. let the Job you want as heavy and conditioning. carports
.irculetion r: butdle 162 n. 400 ft S7
by to
over high I Beautiful
(3 H TON CHEVY clean $1395. dept rauipment operator, VA exeiutlve
air conditioned. Maximum 2 :I ipprov- close In II' and utility room. $13,400. 'tIOO RETIREMENT '
:: 13 ft aluminum boat Advocate, rear of way XC type home with one acre
children $100 and $110 Phone 29 building Edwards Realty, 12 Baldwin I r.; down and move In Phone of land
2670748 or 267-6654. Evlnrude electric, Gatortrailer for complete Information call Spangler Investments, 267. HOME Spsclou 3 bed
$273 Call 267-9941 FURNITURE DISCOUNT 8593337: or tend name, address Shopping Center Phone: 267' 1928. room 3 bath (sunken
DUPLEX FOR HINT after I p.m. I SALES. Mattresses offered at and telephone number to: 3604 Evenings and Weekends Inlay| rev retirement years tub), Largo basement
: warehouse prices See us to- ASSOCIATED HEAVY 2872321 hi this lowly elder I a..4. $32.900 with 29* dowa.

2 BEDROOM furnished close CONN CORNET, excellent too day, 2111 Garden St Nldy EQUIPMENT SCHOOLS FOR All OR LINT WHISPERING HILLS, 3 bedroom seem bees.. Situated! en $00-4 bedroom 3 bath
In, 2677960 ditlon. $83 Used portable Shopping Center 2(79733 orZtf.lfZ6. 211. Lake Christie Drive I bath, family room "'eel ly landscaped lei |lust home. White terrano

UNFURNISHED DUPLEX 2 stereo 267.2693.REGULATION, needs. slight repair, Orlando, FIE. 3 BEDROOM furnished home, huge utility room double one Meek off Indian River' floor Central heat and
bedroom, pool, yard care, GE BARGAIN HOUSE enclosed garage See owner carporte. beautiful lawn Setting. Is peaceful, and ivIeS air Built.In Westlnghouse
oven and range Mason.Dixie POOL table New and Used Furniture and InstrumentsSURVEYORTRANSITGus. 2010 Pamela owner will consider offer oa tut sJewntewn Tltuivllle I.I I. electric range and oven
Apartments. Phone 267-9716 complete with balls and cuesticks. We buy, trade and this lovely home. Arthur S. (wet bJ* or 2672192. $90 m- 212. ::8.U'I $29 and 108 TAYLOR, rent $110 monthly Griffith Reg, real estate et |I.... {1 ,SO but In "'I...- and low FHA monthly
up. guaranteed. 2910 Hopkins hey, hat class condition I I In.adjustment Sale, $12900, liooo down, broker 2902 South Hopkins, bars...ed. .. $3(001 "Mmes. term..
HOUSES FOR RENTI ELECTRIC STOVE oil beater, Ave. Phone :2874704 can N used at JOHN A GORDON 287-11628.I CN fer ."* "'mtl" fe In* 2 -Prime business loca.
$23 each. 267 4206. combination Reg Real Estate Broker '
leveltrinslt apect. tion Lot site .
Friday nights until t. 99 i 101.
BEDROOM, 2 bath, fenced $21S. Phone 2673722. 23 Main 2673029 TltuavlUe
just lot
STEEL DRUM. 23 calla capacity CAN BE FINANCED one away from
screened porch unfurniahed, formerly contained HOUSES PON SALE BEDROOM t bath, recently new 4 lined Garden
Ink. Price $290 Inquire at I SEWING MACHINE rep.Ir.U. LOSTRED redecorated, huge 7$ t 33$ CHARMING Street Has modern 3 bed.
very nice, $150 mikes. Phone ( -''$. lot, shallow well located oa room home and separate
Arthur S real i Star-Advocate office. 267-4711. $ MIIES: north of Oak Hill 3
BONE dog la Firmlngton bedroom 1V bath, furnished Old Dixie Highway, conventional RESALE business building.
estate broker. 2502 South DOUBLE BED box springs, Ana Answers to name of | financing, $11,450 I
double' boat ? -lUislnMi
Hopkins. 2678626. Help WantedNEED Beaulah Call 2677479 garage opportunity,
intersprlng mattress maple I house, dock and sea wall 2679488.INDIAN lee Ws roomy I bedroom Combination restaurant

2 BEDROOM PARTIALLY finish .good condition $47,. CHRISTMAS MONEY? SMALL rAT female terrier Phone for appointment 2672326 S hers .keme Marl In welt fountain: and drugs. Cootf'

furnished central oil heat 267.39M.COMPLETE Salesmen or women, part or with pug nose White with RIVER PLANTATION '.. community en nerfhsMe. l location, doing good bus
$100 month. 2672328, 267.3526after RESTAURANT full time. Leads or appoint black spots Named Demi. ESTATES Has apadevs IMnfl Ineis Owner has other .IB
4. equipment 2672311 or 2674417 ments furnished. $129 Call 2(74X94 BEAUTIFUL NEW split level, 34 Miles No Mime and dining areas, builtinklMneft. terest Call for details
per 4 bedroom, 2 tiled baths, I Custom built spacious borne, Like new, Yeurife
S BEDROOM HOME 2 bath. sale Pay d100d''ru: ,. Mobil. Homes large living room, fireplace, situated on large M (over reasonable dawn per- $44-200 feet on U S. No. 1
Florida room, swimming. 1 FLOOR SANDER 1 time Con 267.9930 or come by 303 family mdl Iall.n: range, one acre). Includes 3 bed.room moot and aievmetlen efeilstln feet deep.north of Price Mims (43
Convenient to reduced
pool everything clock, 1 Snapping Turtle Washington Avenue. TRAIIIR FOR RENT dishwasher central baths Florida room, *) FHA lean payments to
267.7011.TITUSVILLE lawn mower.. Miscellaneousoffice heat and ilrcondltlonlng. dou teJ carporte, central ef $113 Including: everytnlnsj. $13000.

3 BEDROOM 2 equipment. 2671482. NEEDED AT once. Environmental TRAILER 90 I 10 one bedroom ble car garage. Only $22.I KN), heating and air-conditioning. Better Kwrrf, 999-900 ft US No. 1 /rant

bath fenced, citrus trees control system eng air conditioning Call 10" down, $13274 monthly, All for $1(900 Terms ran age $69 front foot, :IV'do..n *
$135 month. 2679189 after Ip.1I1 CHEST TYPE IS eu. ft. free* ineer. Also tech writer and Tltusville 367-6209 or all col Phone Spangler Investments, be arranged. TURO HOMES, balance I yrs.
er. Holda 259 Ibs Take up tech. Illustrator, construction led Eau Gallle 2944949 3671928. 2671260.
payments $2.29 per week. W. MOVE IN TODAY M-Cmatl lot toned for bus
T Grant Co. planner College background 90 MOBILE HOME oa large loess I located on V, 8. No.
I BEDROOM FURNISHED engineering or Industrial Brand] New 1 In center of town. 90 feel
riverfront douse, centralhat i SALE Assortment of phonograph administration Two legalsecretaries. lot Very very clean $119, 'I waltlnf wide, 130 feet
deep $10000
fer yew'' kwdreems t
psld. 829 ,
and .conditioning. 267 records 491 ind LP Leah Conley i East IRC Key Largo RESTAURANT & LOUNGEHelp aa with nearly 1401 M. with 29* down.o4Central
0611 or 267.3132.OffiCI albums. All good condition Employment Service, UJ
ft. net ImlvrflM" enclosed / loci(lot. .|
FOR RENT Albums $1 each. See it 1031 Highway No. 1 Navarei.PIMALI ADULT COUPLE good location *.,.... 3 mile tram NASA feet on U. I, No. I, HI

Alford Street. HELP WANTED 2677094 eewtewey In beautiful Ce- feet deep 3 bedroom. 1

NEW BUILDING office space VENTED GAS heaters 20000 iRAILIES POst IALI Wanted Lost HlfM Only $14 Wf bath home Zoned for reall .
U.S. 1 So. Tltusville, 2,000 BTUS $12.10 each. 101 Orange SALESLADY WANTED Immed with FHA. VA e* Cenv.flnenelnf. ( business, etc. $::7,100),
sq ft 2(72(49. latel,. F & S Department Oeit't
Street2873400The S BEDROOM 90 I 10. (3 Trot. Delay Ml-Trailer park !I. coavea-
On U.S. 1, prime location, call Store 2(7-4424.323 Washington Avenue wood Small equity, 161.01 WAITRESS HOSTESS Css] T7eylHIGH lent location Large greas,
2678866 Titusville Star. monthly 267.3169 after $:30 Priced right at $*>000 with

ROOMS FOR RENT Advocate, 1 1st in circulation burger phone 287330. p.m.LIVE AND DRY e.mr.Cood Iocs.

SLEEPING for ROOMS rent 801 and Cringe efficiencies .. in North WOMEN WANTED Want tomake RENTfREE BARTENDERS PORTERS Level* FMA resale NOveMylnfl. S tion rentals I Separate Uh salBeer

St 267-3400 Brevard. time $10 a week la spare Newest and Flnesl P"'''. only$1". tackle building II.
Call m.mo.wwwww.c.w.w..w.w.w..www..w Operation In late A res- Nee meal creMtett fee cense Shown by appoint

Excellent opportunity for exp rl.ac.d porsoaaell tvree even .* split I l ....% ment.
............................. $20 down r.eme' Mmeeu/.ue L .hep. 03: -Beea looking fnr a small
payment $M
a I
month will Apply In Person M klhhw. be' wnH weed acreage ? Thai this
acre mobile buy home your lot own full. to ehwsea. sad .....,.. I e40 may be ,:rift. acres with
SPECIALSLOOK Lake Louise Estates beanUful Be Mr. Charles ZeltnkoImperialTowers ........ two bathe, Hvt>leeerpert. Burkholn Road frontage.

come your owa landlord Owner .leaving Many trees, good fertile loll
Many "WIt aid svesoul I and a flowing stream
amities BOW reside here Da t I net
HERE I OR'rJIA' buy before you see for yourself --- along one side of this deslr.
able tract $1900
IS miles per arewith
east of Orlando
29* down.
on Route 90 BJthlo, Pis., LARGE FAMILY?
[ SPECIALGIF'f Phone Orlando 9627(1 W7-Large it acre tract
MOBILE HOME OWNERS fIlM pee must Me fill 1.5 4 with H mile of U .. No.

LAKE LOUISE ESTATESOR 2125 Soula aeV**..... 3 ......, ...utI. t frontage Suitable for
CHRISTMAS PARK Waahiagtoa AM. Tltusvtlle, Fit. M atone (lee.. dotty trailer park or subdivision

4 and SAVE Route No. so Cbriatmss. Florida 2IM12IOAKWOOD Item, *.Je eJ* eerpeff. Let O-lja acres available.
Phoee: 948-2011 I* el...* H e.re. AN fer Priced at $300 per a re.
0 lira* $!!,M* wills $,. ewnFHA tow down and balance la
N* town en VA. $ )'rs. at I* Interest

MUSICAL LOLLIPOP A GIn SUBSCRIPTION' or ARC TOY French Poodle Lookla' For A Hone? C...,...,....., lee m4 lit 2-Cood buy 30 ten Pact

CANDY BOX THE STARADVOCATEwould puppies. Top blood I M. Drive ay IMI Indian Diver' SEE new .e.tien eff 0".... St. located Jut outside city
For Good Boys and Girls. make a perfect year Champaign! whit*. Deposit Avenue. ("...." Ivlltnem TODAY i limits. Very high rolllsg
Only $299 at round gift that would be will hold Ul Christ mas. M larte corner land Priced right at $1300
BELKLIVDSEYGIFT enjoyed and appreciatedby Sit Hlfhlsod Terrace after M wit* tr2. kWreem LUXURIOUSAM per acre with 29* down.
DEPARTMENT the boy and girl away It I sad Saturday 2 btn l.* family Mobile Home Subdivision 91-40 acre within city
school or la service. Per- room, Wt)e aaraee.
,.. PERFECT GIFT mer residents would appreciate Can WI fer MII.. et e price 'M ears ..lshat. Good lousing site
.. Nee f f. beOeem Priced at 92000 .
re per .crt.e
Ho Gamble Poker Chip a aubscrlptloa toe. Te More For You
Plaooa Money Featuring: ..
f mentor ) I
k Sets In revolving tax with have .... darted just caQ Owes 4 ........< ht,. lar,. l ,... be***, ad separate mk <*..
1 card ,bolder Only $199 la the Star Advocates Cbrolabon I Accordions living room. Air ....... Inet, .)e..4tl.* .ar.*. IliM
BELK LLNDSEYMen's Department 2(7-471L Guitars Km4 and c..t,..
LARGE 7s' x 110' ea.w **rn. Best new
Department Ukulele* k reene4 perch, aWble LARGE POOL .... .., lit WN.......

112 INCH Heavy Aluminum PREFECT FOR The Lady a Band IftstrvmentaKIRK (.,*... ttjesj '"A. LOTS WITH 8Ht1J'l1.EBOAJU Hide ** mall $.*,... Any
matters with Hardwood m Your Ufe Perfume Aatomizers : SCHOOL OP MUSIC Cms>ero .t $2UM. ftnenssng ...n.......
PTry. Makes dining el cut.glasa styling 2124 W, Tropic 24743BS Lookf Look Lookl CENTRAL WATER
gaat 4 for $6 00 at la a variety of shape aDd lened fer Apartments If' HORSESHOES L1t: CALL TODAY

ELK UNDSEY colors. Only $1.00 at SOAP REFILLS For Apothecary H****.. IKJ a 111. CeW I

ClrL DjyARTME.VT BELKLTVDSEYCOSMETIC Jar*. Square lad lee.H... IIC"..... M I I TM He.... lover'sSfceswtns DANENBURG
DEPARTMENT Suttee la of HOeiCein. ) Center"SUTTON I
a variety
Sty UPS A EYES Move Cell .* e'er er dlse.r $95 DOWN
color JOe per package at
BEUC.UXDSEY .ems l.te sink and *sirtn > I REALTY
fag Violet hy Mattel. AND Hard blow decorative <* IM flndbif .
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k In only S12M at glassware by Ruabow fame. Day enene 17. I TO REACH OAKWOOD from Tltojvllle go north

BELKLLNDSEYTOY Beautiful colors and design (01 ** 37.llfi NI.M I en U. S.1 to Mima. Continue north on U, S.1 tor 1514 South Washington$
INDIAN RIVER REXALL Hair Dryer Fast naet ED I one more mile to oar entrance on right For frt
13 GOOD HOME WANTED DRUG portable. tilts: Large Hood. KITTLES Information Call 2ffI-KM. tfll S. WASHINGTON Open IS.1 Moa thru Sat
FOR YEAR OLD (large) ) INDIAN' RIVER CITY Nail Dryer *. Hair Perfvav or by appointment
idog. Need spare W run leg Festnre SUM st AGENCY DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAYI sVfle Phs Kent. Phi, (24 Hr. Tel Au. Service)

(Good with chldrcn. CaD SMALL I YEAR old strawberrr uue.ID'DSEYGin 111 $. WasMnftwi A,.. Where buyer and aeOtr e-
!17.1633inter 9pm. roan. $100. 2671304. DEPARTMENT AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TI!. DARK I II 267-9440 wz: I ;pact sod get better and faster

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Page TltutvllU, (PlerMa.. ), Star-Advetat Wednesday, December 2.,1161

I A Little Homework Reading Classifieds Bring Top Grade ResuItsl

(Real Continued from Estate preceding! page) Real Estate Real Estate Ride Wanted Work WantedWILL ,I Read The Ads And Profit e

HOUItS fO* IAUa ride to California Dee. 16- pick up and delivery if preferred

INDIAN RIVER Heights 2 20th for Christmas. 2675082 1039 Alford Street saBMHUBMiM I
extra -
BEDROOM 2 bath In excellent 4 LARGE bedrooms forced air. large bedrooms, 2 full Lakeview Hills. LET US BUILDERS
Beautiful landleaping.
location. all GE equipment FHA $16-
baths, fenced back
Carpets Included 700. $600 down. 2673564. deep well patio air yard. Services WOMAN DESIRES days wort BUILD YOUR
S6M down. Monthly payments conditioner or full time. References. 287 WANTED
built In and JESS W. CHILDRE
$106.00 Including tuxes and In. very 8633. HOME
comfortable 3 bedroom 2 range Payments $73 permonth. ANY KIND OF home repslrs
Edwards 12 HILLS
Realty "FOREST
lurance. Call owner after Cpm Painting roofing plumbing, LADY IN BEAUTIFUL .
Baldwin Shopping Center. bath hardwood (floors oil desires housecleaning r a1Alteal UILealUrll
Phone: 287-3604 Nights & heat being offered at only 287-3852. etc. Expert work. J. B. Barker or babysitting, 5 ESTATES"JUST
$11 full price. With only 267-1986. day week. 2673204. FOREST HILLS
Weekends:; 2672321. 280 ABBOTT AVENUE Indian A FEW LOIS f
$t250 down mi qualifying. River City, forced to sell. LIQUID GLASS AUTO POLISHA YOUNG MARRIED woman desires Call today LEFT!
INDIAN RIVER CITY 3 room Arthur S. Griffith Reg. Real Assume present mortgage scientific break throughIn
work, 9
years expo
completely furnished homeon estate broker 2502 South Hopkins pay $73 monthly I and pay auto polishes Unlike HAWKINSCONSTRUCTION CHAS. JANNARONZTitusville
lence in Insurance office at I
large lot, utility building ,
owner his equity of $1500. anything have used. 15
convenient location. you remittance clerk and P.9.X. Shopping Center '"
very Price only $5800 payments ol RIVER City, ranch This Is a bargain due to cir min. to wash clean it operator. Located at Christmas CO. AM 7.3441 ,
only $65 per month. ArthurS. type 3 bedroom t bath.a1111e cumstances. Drive by to see glass coat your car, appliances 5682514. 267-2061
and contact owner or etc Contains no oil ,
Griffith, Reg. real I estate' established planting -- ,
Possible In. JOHN A. GORDON or wax. For Info. call 267- WHITE ACRESNo
broker 2102 South Hopkins, paved street Rtg. Real Estate Broker 5848.
267-8626. come. Priced right 2676331. South Lake Village 3 bedrooms .
267-3028 23 Main Titusville Big and BeautifulThat qualifying-New 4 bedroom,
2 baths and Florida
$ 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath screened Contracting alterations room. F.H.A. terms. larger homo ,o'v. GeorgeBarley 2 bath Sell Price $17,300,
boon for. Like Down $800.
looking payment Monthly
porch, alrconditloned large Dob Inc. Whispering Lakes
lot. Only $400 down $88 in Brevard County since 1960 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, family now. Corner lot sopsrate payment $127 Including prin.
dining room, 32 foot cipal, Interest taxes and in-
monthly for all Leyda Real Free Estimates room and girage. Air ,
ty, MES-2221. AM2-1317 Satellite Beach. conditioned Assume loan. living room. You'll love surance.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths family this onto Air Condition. Inc. New 3 bedroom, 1H bath
down. AssumeMortgage.
FREE! !II! room with ,
fireplace and
Sell price 14900. Down
level, many extras. Will REAL ESTATE
L. P. BOTTLED GAS gsrsge. Air conditioned.
ment $4V) Monthly paymentsill
trade for mobile
ear or :Look No Further
home. 267-5262. INSTAL LA TIONISuburban Assume loan. Available I Including; principal, interest
Indian River Heights No4. qualifying. I taxes and insurance.
,owe Surprisingly beautiful
Propane Extra nice 2 bedroom home
bedroom, 2 bath Florida and cloan. Bettertharnew. New 3 bedroom. 2 bath, Sell
with m baths Fenced '
3 Br., 2 Bath, ,
double price $18,000. Down
room carporte large $10,995Indian payment
N 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 yard. Carpeted hurricane Air Conditioned. Excellent .
utility room central heat and $600. Monthly payment $119
I awnings, well, citrue.treesand
WHAT JUST all-conditioning. $1000 down SETTLES ROOFING. Com- washer included. locotion. Don't miss Rlvcr Heights including principal, interest,
w call 267.3501.INDIAN plete Roofing and Remodeling New -3 and 4 bedroom homo This$11)one: month.only $1100 down Immrculate, Cozy, 2 I taxes and insurance.

5295 WILL BUY N RIVER CITY, beautiful Service.267-3495.1004 Pine Street.Phone es. Extra large Iota. FHA Call- us day or night for built bedroom.in range, IVi and baths oven. New 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Con.
brick 3 bedroom, 2 bath terms with $150.00 and up- complete service and assistance Screened porch, largelot ventional financing $17,950.
N paneled den, plus family down. In finding your Better hurry, only Down payment $950. Large living
room with fireplace, central Used Cars TrucKs LARGE LOTS Outside city home. Phone Day 2o7- $82 per month after room, turquoise kitchen,
1959 VOLVO STATION WAGON heat and air, double' garage, limits Pick Yours Today. 0831 -or 267-5321, Nights down payment. fireplace.
N lovely swimming l pool and 2410510.ED .
Good Tires, Runs andDrives patio completely screened 1957 FORD PICKUP with JOHNNY A. MOLES SEVERAL RENTALS Excellent Commercial sites on U.S. No. 1

wa Good . . $295$ Many more features too numerous camper body, 4 speed trans. KITTLES furnished and unfurnished to and Garden Street from $5,000 1
mention In this custom 75000.
N mission, mud grip tires, con AGENCY
1240 S. Hopkins Ave., homes for rent in
built Florida home. Art.
tact Vance Bell Belk Llnd-
1958 LINCOLN 4 DOOR hur S. Griffith Reg. real say 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 267- 267.7559 Phone after 267-6327 or 611 S. Washington Ave. Titusville. CallJ.
6 P.M.
N estate broker, 2502 S. Hop. 1511. 342 S. : W. CHILDRE Realty

Runs and Drives OOC king, 267-8626. FOUR DOOR Plymouth Savoy, 267.5563

ARealBuy . . y 7 J *. 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath, built In acyl. Perfect running con or WlShinJtoen 'Service Beyond the Contract"
stove fenced, make offer on dition. Reasonable. Phone I II
OPEN 8 'TI ., 8
$2000 equity. Payments about 267-4327. ROYAL COLONIAL II I Read Star-Advocate
$85. Take terms or trade on I Classified Ads
: 3aJlt Chevrolet equity, 160 Lskevlew Ave., TRAILER HAULER A-1 con GARDEN, APARTMENTS
tJ ]:] South Lake, key next door, dition $375 Dixie Trailer Park
owner NEB.9307, Cocoa. 2676572. "Welcome to Gracious Living"These

Luxury bedroom
one .of i 34 BEDROOM
apartment spacious cas-
ae' 1026 S. Hopkins Avenue Phone 287.1234., Hills, extras Include shape 2672194. ual elegance with individually controlled air con CUTOM4 SIGNn>
living room pump
large 1960 RAMBLER station wagon ditioning and heating Deluxe; baths, electric kitchens ii HOMES ON URGE
well, refrigerator, drapes
$ *
low down payment. 267-1805. all power, alrconditloned automatic defrosting refrigerators TV and II WOODED LOTS.
call 2671337. telephone outlets sound proof off street parking I I II SERENELYSUBURIAIS
MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into 2. spacious landscaped private. grounds and many I ii VH ONLY MINUTES
.I .
3, or 4 bedroom homes brand 1963 CORVAIR MONZA air- other features. Ii TO NASA CAUSEWAY,
new In area of much bl conditioned radio automatic AVAILABLE ,DEC 15th, 164W. SHOPPING CENTER

Vg @f payment and .only Small$85 tenthly transmission$1790, phone, 267-6201 18,000 or miles call I AND All SCHOOLSt
VA down ,
total payment. no J. SMITH Realtor
payment BRENTWOOD ESTATES 1964 4 WHEEL drive. Chevy W PHONE S6T-3J11 ir i
west on Garden St., ton pickup. 4 speed transmission.
AM 7-7142 or 6325655. 11,000 miles, $2390,

U USff! l CARS 2 BEDROOM; additional, cement rooms blockhouse can I I Phone WILL accept 2676201 in or trade 2676895.on any ti

be added; large lot; only 35 car boats, radios, TV's, wale .c.'
minutes to Cape. Very low guns tools, furniture or any. ARE;. "
price to interested part). thing of value. BrowningAuto OU. .Naturally beautiful)
Tinfow Lenore Avenue, TI. Sales. 403 Hopkins 267- oak parquet float!
tusville, phone 2671481. 1520. LOOKING FOR' 'A" I with carpeted

64 FALCON 1695 TERRIFIC carport baths Lakes,, ,Urge bedroom BUY newly utility In Whispering 2,decorated full double tile Wanted To Buy NEW.E floE1. : ? S..City Oil P.m.Heal Water'so-!SevanPtaiteradWallo

4 Dr., / Cy.. St.. Radio vanities, built In refrigerator USED AUTOMOBILES. City r '" .. '- ora': .I : Yt from
lot. down Auto Parts. AM 73686. r '
91 x 120 ft. .
IA41.r .. $13,950
$107 per month Includes taxes "ae.'
63 PONTIAC and Insurance 450 Abbott .
2195 Wanted To Rent
Ave. Evenings or weekend $75 %
4 Dr., Cat., Auto Air 267-3737. l l 0VA-NOTHING .

3 BEDROOM bath. Excellent 1 OR 2 BEDROOM house or
(condition near lake. Goodfishing. apartment for young couple -_ --. ..... 1 DOWN
62 FORD 1395ECONOMY Total price $12,000. with baby. Prefer to pay by FHA-$500 DOWN
: week. 2671565.
$400 down Edwards Realty.
Oax. 500, V-l, St., RAH 12 Baldwin Shopping Center __ (N.GateCaa,

Phone: 267-3604 Evenings and Can You Top This?
Weekends 267-2321. No qualifying 114 bod- FOREST HILLS

room, all modern con-
Estate acre grass carpeted, vonlonces. Finest con-, 3 Different Models To Choose From
tree studded lots, 3, 4 and 8 struction. Excellent I I.
bedroom homes, electric kit. cation. Priced from $IS,- IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
55 PONTIAC $$40 DOWN $$5''Week chens, central heat and air, : 500
How About Tots?
some ready for occupancy orchoose QUALITY BUILT BY
your lot and plans. No I 20 Acres In City with wa

53 FORD $$70 DOWN $$7.50 W,: > qualifying conventional, no loans closing convenientto cost dovolopmont.tor and sower.$5,000 Ripe J per for I M I S H E R CONSTRUCTION Phone 267-0584 CO. I

but out of sight and noiseof acre. ,: _
super-highway. Parochialand Call us day or night for

61 METRO $$150 DOWN $$37.15 Month public school buses 1 complete service and assistance .ow-"..,_."...._", TIe.e ,
mile north of Titusville, La. In finding yourhome -MK). Till tlDMt, MOM l.uutrtmuM <,
Orange off Old Dixie Phone Day 747. .
"North loan Bodes
Oldest Real SntlSiniStudio.
Estate Service"
0131 or 247-5323, Nights 05,0 MeN .... .
58 MERC NO DOWN $23.48 Highway.CALL 247.OS70. Pal. a IUNK'-Cl.UUhwt.aree..ditrelsg IaeNya. ,
2679300WHISPERING ED KITTLES & ZU sad h/Nag, irkag.
(;oftw 1 Plw and gal Delia. -04
HILLS area, AGENCY ft'Cld n twlKa 111 bade,.,. = ,

56 BUICK $$75 DOWN $$5 "L room.Lakefront 1H Estates bath, FHA 3 .Con bed. ill S. Washington Avo. LUXURY thddra'e11r11wM.'". .ell oar .I.aaaet IaLssoasp, Mdw.

ventional. Immediate occu Oat Gaul t. 7.Iphw11w -- welled Iwle ern..atp. ........

SEE US TODAY"Central panr,. Call 267-2711, ___ __ __ __ ___ -I s ., AM tmn ---.:: FOR SO .wcada Pefrg. nalrg It_. sod aid. alanlablwta Pwry! ...

LOOKING FOR A HOME? 1. Drive out Singleton Avenue (North off Garden 1IU'f'' '"__ -

? Street) to two-story model home at first intersection LITTLE!' W -,. sass 5.....'-.. ...........
Don't Have The Down
Florida's Tradlnjeat Payment Information available on twenty-five
1Ir.-i':: =VLS
D.aler"I I THIN.. homes from $1 ,500.00. All lots on paved ;
Streets sidewalks, curbs and gutters, City Wa-

ter and Sewer. Immediate occupancy: : on sev- .
!I eral homes. FHA and conventional financing. I & 2 Bedroom Rental oartments

McCotter SALESMAN on premises from ten o'clock iron $100 monthly Unfurnished

Lot us show you how you may have your Dream everyday. Models Now Open For tnnne1'urililtd ''''
Homo the easy way. If you have equity In a house 3. ATTENTION NEWCOMERS: If you are with- nodili low oo dlipliy.' Poo. Oarpaocyyjaliisif

lot Traitor, Soot, Car, Notes or Anything of Value out transportation or not familiar with the
Call Us. We will take It In on a now home for your Titusville area, call now Tor one of our staffto

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I A Community Of Fine Homes (In TitusvilleOnly $4750 Several to $6850 Large Homes LOTS restricted FOR SALE to 1800 U aq.FAIR It misimoaa.I GLEN.' '

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clock I I I + I 5 OF PROBLEMS NARD / ;
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.. 35.put, EVTRVTH'NCB: !; THE SAME 'IN w lV DON'TTHti SEEN "
S8.Reconmenccd : [ (1 ROOM AS IT WAS THIS )GU d0NbRNINQ flee IA 3r
Landers It and I am one of them. It is I
Deer Ann : ap .1 4 EXCEPT THAT INrTHEN
pears to be the style in at especially embarrassing to the 31.flah4L Larre'U i : : THERE S NO UOHT

I least some circles, to be consistently freshman. We have talked to Bowling ..

late to parties church, girls who go to other schools marls ) 1

sports events everything. In and they don't have to do this. 12.Mv. 4' O

most Instances it does not seem We don't know if we have the tlaement ylU ,/ tloos

Ii.to matter an iota. Theater curtains right to complain or who to

II are held, sermons delayed complain to. Will you glde us, BETTER ALL THE TIME "

the soup Is kept warm until please? EMBARRASSEDDear Dear Looking Better: For IK VMS THB

the slowpokes arrive on the Embarrassed: I see no heaven' sake Lady this last CUIT IN r i
scene thus penalizing the considerate good reason why you girls HIS problems Iii yours too. Ilf
and the punctual. can't line up and get checked
Get back in there and JAKE. W.
out in your underwear get
Am I wrong to feel it is rude Those of you who are uncomfortable things squared away. Your husband .rn

and egotistical to be late unless about the should not be ashuqed
arrangementand .... : :
there is an extremely good reason ([ I don't blame you) should that you do a better Job of TOt &

? Kindly comment on this ask your mothers to get together handling money than he does. MOO

Also If you have a "cure" for and talk to the gym teacher Most wives do. And I dOll'twant Apt .
the snails I'd like to hear 11. the to hear beefs on this M. W. (NOW ITGi ISTlNi 11TIIaSuNLI0NT1 .BurFTR5OttAU.
or principaL
from my male readers. It'dthe a''ull
Dear J.C.F.: It is egotistical Dear Ann Landers: After 14 beautiful truth Boys. .Ikat kov* otvlrd FOR .a
and rude to arrive late unless RVERIDOH. I 40U TAIL OlM9.13r .
of three children ,
years marriage / 'I
an emergency caused the de two homes and six can Ann Landers will be glad to fn*.... and

lay. The thoroughly disorganized my husband got the Idea Ididn't help you with your problems. MTYO your Ml a *op I

and thoughtless (and neuro- know how to handle Send them to her In care of .7ki U- : : :

tic) are beyond hope. But most money and decided to takeover this newspaper enclosing a sad BOB fllo tko
folks WILL get thereon time if Ik. .,n.* of
how self-addressed -
to "and show me it's stamped envelope all C...... .
courageous people refuse done." 14*. oa or "
cater to the tardy at the ex tilt

of the punctual It Is now six months later "
pense HEREIN: : ii rV I Ittirto
and here is where we stand: If URRrM COWTT lUWJ 'e or** or* *
AND roft atalaot tail.wlTNERM w .. acrickk
Dear Ann Landers: I am a Gas and electric bills: twomonths' FLORIDAIN

girl who is in the ninth grade over due. PRORATE tk* ..1. c.
III RE: dial r *
HOW s Pi.uneo rr'Awll
Our physical education teacheris Gr cery.biUno more credit MAXWELL OEOROEC11RIWT0PHSR Florida '" SLICK
THIS P01' 1
with. cash only. r : .,
hard to along
very get X>ee.ani.Atllut .
I used to think it was my fault Car payment: Thirty days works' TO C5UT0511To 11.ctau CI"Se ICI< i iciJcK irk"c1

but rYe tried awfully hard to late. Pay within IS days or it's All. Creditors sae AU P.rra.Havhn "v.
do everything Just right and the bus for us. (h. .-r D.me.d. in CkI
tall K.Ut1Ya :
things are not better. I'm be- Life Insurance: Pay the last letreaI I !
ginning to think it's partly her three premiums or we lose the era hereby aotlflod.and re- *". IL,S4
to rat ear claim* andaiala
lault. policy demsade wll'oll you .." rave G
*! lbs estate e< ....".n floeri ( &fi'W.!
We are supposed to run Charity pledge: Unpaid. CM. oa0.r ....a.*d late .*
girls All this seemed to hit us at Bratard Ceu ly, rar1J'A tad I
und.the football field about Count Jed** :
times. Then we are ex.ted once When I asked what hap- County, red.n. tko eame I Star
our Malice
pened he accused me of taking llcat and provided la
I to take a shower be outIn 1111Florida etatuto. la 15.1.lr
and line in money out of his wallet duringthe Ciinly Caurtkou Ira
i three minutes up lie knew better of :noRi"'l 'D Ouaty. norlda.wltkla .
the nude so she can checks night. els ..1....' ...,11. trees -
course. lb. lime o( tk. flrat eblt.W.
off br**(. *r tb. ..m* will he barrod.DaMd )
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Some of the girls do not like Now that things are all fouled at BREVARD. Florida, .
thl* nth day of 0tr. A B.
landing around in the nudefIWZ he wants me to handle the lilt red froJw / woe

Shall nOr NIW
family budget again. TNELNA MIT
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would it be best to let him CMRIITOPHE* .
A. Eeacelrl I. K. ,.
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4-H Boys To Hear Rirrr GOOD TRADE-IN on his farm more than a year each time he worked that
Mrs. Poff f Dies I If when he lost a bold con. and after a year found it
: S.-Soviet Clash AvertedAt About InsectsThe SAUNA, Kan. (AP) Harry I,raining '143. I tee paper money had dllterllr
Choato in field He watched fee? his wallet ated.
Monday Funeral was working a
4-H Boys of North Bre- ; --
yard!! will meet Friday, Dec. 4,!
U. N. General Assembly at 7:30: p.m. in the Community I Here Tomorrow TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

Room at Citizens Bank at PHONE AM 7-1511
I which time Luther T. Thomas' I
f l UNITED NATIONS; N.Y. a blowup over the Issue of the Zambia, which were admitted of Ideal Exterminating Q). will Mrs. Georgia Witt Poff, 34, (
(AP) The launching of the Soviet Union's unpaid peacekeeping Tuesday to bring the U.N. membership speak on "Insects. 303 York Ave., died Monday after
twice-delayed U.N. General Assembly dues and its assemblyvote. to 115. I a short Illness.
without a bead-on clash Thant began overtures This program is part of the Mrs. Poll was born in dos- indsc GENUINEENGRAVING
, between the United States and As diplomats sat In the General al months ago in search sever of a entomology 4-H course and an boysin Duet, Ky., was a graduate of y
1/ k the Soviet Union was seen today Assembly hall waiting for the formula that would get the Soviet and those between the Eastern Kentuckey State College .
;y, as a victory for Secretary-Gen 19th session to begin, representatives Union off the financial hook ages of 10 and 15 interested in and had been a teacher at
oral U ThantDelegates of the four big powers without the United States challenging Joining are invited to attend. Bayvlew Elementary School I
said Thant's patience met In Thant's office and her right to vote. The She is survived by her husband letter
i and persistence brought agreed to limit the opening Russians threatened to quit the Dropped To 31 Dogrets Earl; son Kenny Michael only 1 10c a
the big powers together tues- weeks to general policy debate United Nations if they lost their The season's first cold 15, David 13, and Mark I; I .
l day for one more try at getting and DOncontroverslalissues. vote. here produced a low official snap her mother, Cassie Huff Witt, cf

i the assembly under way without During that time a 21-nation The secretary-general proposed reading of 38 degrees, accord- of Closplint; a brother Billy Witt
committee will try to reach last week that the assembly Ing to Frank Roof, government Closplint
I some solution of the Issue raised She was a member of Eastern
stick to issues weather observer
nonvoting here. It
Carousel Slated by Soviet refusal to pay any until the Christmas recess, then recorded early yesterday, Dec. Star, White Shrine, the Beta
Congo or Middle East peace Nu Chapter of Alpha Delta
prolong the recess until February 1. The temperature this morn-
,1 keeping dues and the U.S. contention in hopes some solution could Ing was about six degrees high. Kappa International Honorary
For Opening On that it should lose its be reached. er Sorority for Women Teachersand
assembly vote as a financial attended First Christian ; 1kZ :
Foreign Minister An- Church of Titusville.
drel A. Gromyko at first said Funeral services will be heldat Most customers prefer baby's Name and
Tit Today's assembly agenda appeared the Soviet union
Friday By categorically Offers
( noncontroversial enough opposed any indefinite postpone- BuildingsOne First Christian Church tomorrow birthdata engraved on metal plate we furnish v
at 4 with Rev. Edward
pam wordIng
illustrated. Others choose -
with a parade of speakers slatedto as
ment of
i II'', : Tltusvffle's holiday season welcome Malawal, Malta and the assembly.important Thant business before or more local civic organizations Fine officiating. Interment like, "To Grandma from Debbie. Christ- tlr '
will get off to a big start this persevered benefit the will be at Oaklawn Cemeterywith
may by to
however, and mar 1964. We attach engraving plate
j Cromyko
weekend with the opening of generosity of Orlando Utilities Smith Funeral Home In
\ came around Tuesday. style you order. Only lOc per letter minimum
I Bodgers and charge.
\ Friday Old Church Here Co.Ted charge 60c per shoe or base a
this Pallbearers will
g, ,I CAROUSEL, Pope, manager, said this be Herman
I night and Dec. 8. U and 12, that Wattwood Jr., Mitchel Penley,
morning the has
o I company
:ij 't i at .::15 p.m. Roseann Crouch Is Card Of ThanksWe three used frame buildings Jack Boone, William Terry STYLE 45 EXQUISITE
directing this production, which Being RazedThe which can be dismantled and John Day and Bobby Perry. PORTRAIT STAND
1 wll close a very successful wish to thank our many re-assembled elsewhere with lit Honorary pallbearers will he
season for TLT.CAROUSEL old frame Washington friends, relatives and neighborsfor tle trouble. The structures are men teachers at Parkway Junior BRONZE ,'.'"'', .',.." .",.,.w..,.,.,.. 18.95 Dustproof, RemoSIL'noR

stars many Avenue church building prayers their, acts of of kindness, each 30 by 40 feet in size, have High School : ..". ... '". .'.'.". .'...v.'...,.. 24.95 able. Metal either Frame.Specify 8 :x: 10,
known actors and actresses which was In use by St. Teresa'sRoman messages sympathy -wooden floors, siding is of ship-
I' from this area Including John Catholic Church here food, and beautiful flowers lap material, and the buildings still In good shape and could! be GOLD .'.'."'''''". .". ...? .'....'?,.... 31.50 or 5 :x: 7 Size.
I I Hogan, Elma Scott, Ken Morton since It38, is being razed. The received during our sad bereavement have corrugated aluminum put In excellent service by
Jewel Bradfield, Nan With! work of taking down the structure In the death of our roofs. Trusses are bolted. Boy Scout or other similar
I von, Mel Swingler, and June Is being done by volunteers beloved mother, Mrs. Addle These buildings have seen groups.
1 Carter along with Dr Robert from the parish. The lumber will Bevil.The considerable use, however Mr. Interested persons may contact I
I t Stiff, a welcome newcomer to be stored for use in building Bevil Family Pope pointed out that they are Mr. Pope, at 2672155.
( TLT. Supporting this large cast booths, etc for the annual St.
I II in the chorus will be many old Teresa's carnival.
and new members of TLT, who This is the third church structure TITUSVILLE SHOPPING CENTER PHONE AM 7-1511 STORE HOURS: 10 AM. TO 9 P.M.
I will be directed by Jake Han. that has served the Titus-
k neraan. Behind the scenes Mr. ville parish, according to Fr.
I ,I \ Ed Stevenson and the Art League John B. O'Hare, pastor of St M SANTA SUGGESTS LOVELIES FOR LADIES
i have done an excellent job Teresa's. It has been replacedby I
I', I :j designing and building the sets a new, larger church edifice
4 Please contact Elnora Robin- built a few years ago on a size-
I able tract on OJibway Street, a
I ton, 287-0251, for your reservations
I mile to the south.
as early as possible.
The bell which was taken
Due to the renovations of the from the church bears the inscription
theater, the seating for this "In Memory of the
production will be greatly Improved McArdle Family",
Including the back It is planned to also take downan
1! row,. It is very gratifying tons old two story rectory which A.
that through the public's located on the same propertyand
including support of your productions offer the site for lease for I ,
\ we can make the commercial use. The tract extends ? 1 N 1 ,
I needed additions to. our facili between Washington D d
ties.Come Hopkins Avenues with a front-
give yourself an early age of 200 feet on both thoroughfares
Christmas present by enjoyingthis and a depth of 200 feet
I exciting offering of Titus- I The church has received several f r tF t rii
ville Little Theater. inquiries concerning the tract
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