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(Dtlatiba firnlinrl Tuesday, Jan. 31, 1967 FIT Dedicates 'Grissom Hall' UiiiiifiMiiHmfiiiJtriiitiiJtiiiijiiiitjjiiiiifiiiifiiiiijiiiitiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiit.tiiiiiitiiriiiJiiiiittiiiiiiiitittiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. BREVARD WEATHER Generally fair 5-12 m.p.h, Sunrise, Sunset Sunrise, 7:14 a.m. Sunset, 6:04 p.m. nuiuiiiiuuiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiuut I E i 4 ' , Traffic Toll "Drive Carefully' 1007 Deaths To Date 5 I Cocoa Melbourne I , IF WE MISS YOU CALL I 1 ' YOUR NEAREST SENTINEL STAR OFFICE f Stntlnd (Mornlrt tnd Sunday) Str (Evtnlng) I ' IllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllilUIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIII y ' .i i Obituaries SSfMWM55l 'MR. FRED E. McCOR-MICK, 76, of 855 Kosuth Road, Palm Bay, died Sunday. .'Mr. McCormick was retired and a member of the First Methodist Church, Melbourne; the Charleston, W. Va. Lodge, F&AM, Barracks 500, Melbourne, Brevard County Chapter of NARCE. Surviving are his widow: Mrs. Margaret A. McCormick, Palm Bay; sons, Fred E. McCormick Jr., Wilmette, 111.; John . P, McCormick,' Morgantown, W. Va.; daughter, Miss Margaret A. McCormick, Baltimore, Md.; three grandchildren; two brothers, Mr. Owen McCormick, St. Albans, W. Va.; and Claude McCormick, Union Beach, N. J.; sister,. Mr. Anna Sutherland, Logan, W. Va. MRS. OPAL VINEYARD, 62, of R i c h a r d ' s Road, South Melbourne Beach, died Sunday at University Hospital, Gainesville. Mrs. Vineyard was a member of the Presbyterian faith; Women's Auxiliary of South Melbourne Beach Fire Department, and a school teacher for 22 years in West Virginia. Surviving are her husband, R. O. Vineyard, South Melbourne Beach; brother, Thornton Larch, Boston, Mass.; two sisters, Mrs. Lessie Pauley, Victoria, Tex., Mrs. Dollie Shaeffer, Charleston, W. Va.; and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Brownlie Funeral Chapel Wednesday at 11 'a.m. with the Rev. Philip J. Holwager officiating. Burial will be at Florida Memorial Gardens. " Friends may call at .Brownlie Funeral Home Tuesday from 5 to 9 p.m. Brownlie Funeral Home, Melbourne, is in charge. MRS. HARRIET ELLEN PLATT, 65, former resident qf Vero Beach, died in Deer River Minnesota Saturday. Survivors include a son, Phillip Piatt, Cocoa Beach; daughters, Mrs. L. A. Styrwoll, Minnesota; Mrs. B. H. Simmons, Ohio; and sister, Mrs. L. C. Stewart, Titusville. v Smith Funeral Home of Titusville is in charge of arrangements. ..BENJAMIN ERIC MOJA, two-week-old son of ?Mr. and Mrs. David C. 'Moja, 544 Ora Dell, Titus-.ville, died Saturday. Smith Funeral Home of Titusville in charge of arrangements. MR. EMERY L. HAMLIN, 72, 613 3rd. Place, S.W., Vero Beach,' died suddenly Friday. He was born Sept. 25, 1894, in Portland, Maine, and . moved to Vero Beach seven years ago from Floral Park, Long Island, New .York. '.- Mr. Hamlin was a mem-.ber of the Community .Church of Vero Beach, the .Felix Poppell American Legion Post no. 39 of Vero .Beach, and a member of the Ancient Land-Mark Masonic Lodge 17, A.F. & A.M. of Portland, Maine. He is survived by his Wednesday. The high in the WllllllilllllllllMlllllllllilllllllllllllllllB Monday Thwfdy Monday Tuatdav Thursday Monday Tuasdsy Thursday Monday Tuesday Thursday Monday TutKlay Thursday Monday Tuesday Thursday Brevard' $ Complete Neivspuper 636-5331 Titusville 723-0551 Vero Beach widow, Mrs. Helen G. Hamlin, Vero Beach; two sons, Mr. Richard G. Hamlin, Baltimore, Maryland; Mr. William E. Hamlin, Huntington, West Virginia; and six grandchildren. . Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Cox- Gifford-Baldwin Funeral Chapel with Dr. Ralph B. Hindman, pastor of the Community Church, officiating. Masonic funeral services will follow, at C ox-Glf f ord-Baldwin Funeral Chapel. GUSTAV ROBERT DAVID, 71, of Wabasso, died Sunday. He had been a winter resident of Wabasso for the past 8 years, coming here from Chester, Conn. He was a retired butcher and a member of the Masonic Lodge in Chester Conn. Mr. David is survived by his widow, Mrs. Isabel David, Wabasso, Fla., five daughters, Mrs. Helen Olson, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Dorothea S c h a r r, Vero Beach; Mrs. Augusta Menching, Dover, N . J ., Mrs. Emma Nelson, Chester, Conn.; and Mrs. Betty Colomari, Chester, Conn.; one son, Warren G. David, Old Saybrook, Conn., two half sisters in Connecticut and one half brother in New York, N.Y., 18 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren. Funeral services and burial will be in Deep River, Conn. Floyd Funeral Home is in charge. OSCAR E. OMAINSKY. 89, 865 Eight St., Eau Gallie, died Saturday. Mr. Omainsky was a retired pnarmacist and a member of the Lutheran faith. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Marie S. Omainsky, Eau Gallie: son. Dr. Salter Omainsky, Eau Gallie; three grandchildren. Graveside services were held Monday with the Rev. A '' t 'V r Strj. (llfr-W ,, '..'.V:-:. ;r Mix up three stair-stop little brothers and a gnarled old liveoak tree, and viola: perfect recipe for adventure and derring-do. As Toby, 5, scales heights, Jamie, 4, scrambles after him, tagged by 3-year-oId Mike. Eau Gallie's tree-colonnaded FAIR AND MILD 70i. Variable winds f I S 5 S Tides c Him u I t.m. i.m. i.m. p.m. NEW SMYRNA IIACH II OS 11:32 4:)) 5:09 ll.tt - S3 4 03 1.32 154 7:51 103 PORT CANAVERAL E 10:17 11:07 4:J5 4:55 3 11 :2S - S:l J49 5 1:13 1:25 7:1 7:4? cocoa rcACH 11:21 11:47 4:54 5:24 12:11 1:54 4:11 1:47 2:11 M 1:11 3 MELBOURNE BEACH 2 10:47 11 117 4:35 ; 5:05 11:35 - 5 2 i 59 1:23 I 35 7:29 1M - SFBASTIAN INLET 3 11:21 11:52 4:5 S3 12:14 i:5 423 III 2:14 1:11 1:2) VkNO BEACH 11:14 It 44 4:51 5:21 3 12:02 5:52 4 22 1:50 2:02 7:52 1:2 5 267-635 557-5400 O. T. Diefenbach officiant. Burial was in Eau Gallie Cemetery. Brownlie Funeral Home, Melbourne, was in charge. . Music Treat Slated COCOA Music lovers will be offered a special treat this Wednesday when Chrysler Corporation's extravaganza, ''Music for Modern Americans" will be presented at Brevard Junior College. Staged free and open to the general public, the highly successful musical production is scheduled for 4 p.m., Feb. 1, at the BJC Health Center. IT IS TOURING the U. S. under the guidance ajid supervision of Ralph Harris, the corporation's driver education program director. Featuring Thurlow Spurr and the Spurrlows, a group of 30 talented young performers, the show is a fast moving review with orchestra, glee club and special lighting and choreography. The show incorporates a humorous safety song and skit to illustrate the importance of driver education for young Americans. The program has been seen by well over a million persons during the past two years. Representing 15 different states, the average age of the Spurrlows is 20. They are selected through a series of auditions throughout the country and most have won musical awards in school or civic competition. l -" 1 1 mi i i i i 1 " "" Chain Reaction Astronaut Honored As 'Pioneer Spirit' MELBOURNE A residence hall at Florida Institute of Technology has been dedicated to the memory of Astronaut Virgil C. (Gus) Grissom. Grissom, who perished with two other astronauts in the fire that destroyed their Apollo Spacecraft on the pad at Cape Kennedy Friday, held an honorary doctor of space science degree from FIT. He was awarded the degree at the Melbourne institution on June 14, 1962, following his successful sub-orbital flight of a Mercury space capsule in 1962. FIT (then Brevard Engineering College) was the first college in the United States to confer an honorary degree upon an astronaut. "It was our honor to be able to confer a degree upon a man who exemplified the pioneering spirit of our naton's space program," said Dr. Jerome Q. Keuper. FIT'S president, in announcing the memorial. "Gus Grissom has been an inspiration to the students and faculty for FIT. It is men like him who have stimulated the quest for knowledge that is leading us Juke Box COCOA A juke box and cigarette machine were broken into early Monday morning at the Whata-burger, S outh Cocoa Boulevard, according to the Cocoa Police Department. Patrolman John Cogdell discovered the theft while on routine patrol and tried to pick up a trail from a footprint by the use of Mike, a police canine. HOWEVER, Mike could not pick up a scent. The amount of money taken from the two machines was not determined. Rally Preludes COCOA A one-session rally school sponsored by the Boeing Auto Rally Club will be held at the Brevard Motor Hotel, Thursday, at 8 p.m. The school will be a prelude to the BARC "St Valentine's Day Massacre II" rally to help first-time rallyists get started. A short rally will be held after the class, followed by a question and answer period. Club Sees COCOA BEACH The Pan American Airways World Travelers Club will swoop from the Snows of Kilimanjaro to those of the riverfront park with its placid lagoons and lacy Spanish moss festoons, makes serene setting for Mrs. William T. Pittman to enjoy sunny relaxed moments away from youngsters' make believe world. (Brev- ard Sentinel Photo by Helene De Groodt) to our destiny among the stars," Dr. Keuper said. "Florida Institute of Technology has been fortunate to be a part of the nation's space effort, by contributing to the educa-ton of thousands of space workers at Cape Kennedy, and fortunate to have been associated with men like Gus Grissom. "IT IS with a feeling of deep personal loss that we mourn the death of these astronauts," Dr. Keuper added, "and with pride that we create this memorial to a man who honored us with his friendship and inspired us by his dedication to learning more about our univserse." The three-story building that now bears the name Grissom Hall is one of t h r ee recently-completed d o r m i t ories at FIT. It houses 128 students from all parts of the United States who have come to the Cape Kennedy Area to study space technology and other subjects related to the exploration of space. Grissom Hall stands beside Shaw Hall, just off Country Club Road in Melbourne. Thief Hits Matterhcrn Feb. 3 at the Cape Cok ay. Ann and Russ Bruce will show films of Germany, Austria, the Bavarian alps and Switzerland beginning at 7:30 p.m. Danish delights and coffee will top the evening. Car Crashes Films TITUSVILLE An a u t o m o b ile, driven by Mary W. Wallentine, 25, of 1435 King St., Cocoa, went out of control Sunday at 2:15 a.m. and ended up in the Royal Castle parking lot just off southbound U. S. 1. Three passengers in the Charge Results From Accident NEW SMYRNA BEACH A iractor truck driver was charged with failure to have his vehicle under control after it smashed into the rear of a mosquito control vehicle on U. S. 1 Monday. Willie Lee Hobbs, driver of the truck, was treated at Fish Memorial Hospital and released. The mosquito control vehicle was driven by R. B. Stewart, Daytona Beach. He reportedly received emergency treatment at Halifax Hospital, Daytona Beach, and was r e I e ased. f. Sc .V v,,. v .... L . fli M - ill 2 h J U rr h Congressman Howard Pollock (R-Alaska) receives "warm" welcome from his brother, Eugene (including attire proper for Florida) when he arrived at Patrick AFB. Congressman Pollock came to Florida for short visit with his brother who works as physicist with Air Force Eastern Test Range's Cocoa Wliataburger Wallentine car received only slight injuries and were not hospitalized. THE CAR, which was southbound on U. S. 1, went over the curb, hit a speed sign, a small cedar tree on Royal Castle property and ended up in the parking lot. There was $200 damage to the car, $25 to the speed sign and $75 to Royal Castle property. WOihMcct TITUSVILLE A meeting of those interested in plans for the coming Titusville Centennial has been set for Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in city hall. in S3 til DON'S SEWING MACHINES Cocoa Beach June Lister Fabrics Rockledge -1 259 S. New U. S. 1 Warm Welcome Present at the meeting will be Sidnsy Ekdale of the John B. Rogers Co., F o s t o r I a , Ohio, a firm which produces centennial celebrations throughout the country. The meeting is open to the general public and particularly to organization leaders whose groups have expressed an interest in assisting with the centennial. Listiny Change TITUSVILLE - It's time for telephone customers to take a second look at their NOW OPEN! Titusville en's HWDiTD 414 MAIN ST. PHONE 267-2244 OPENING SPECIALS AT ALL 3 STORES Authorized Deafer for... sum .RAFF mm and many other new onrj used Machines SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS Your Headquarters Hoover Vacuum Cleaners . . . end Service ofiermafces Phone 636-8214 Measurements Laboratory at Patrick. Col. J. H. Boyle, executive officer, AFETR, was also on hand to provide official welcome. Congressman Pollock, serving his first term, is retired lieutenant commander and has been residing in Anchorage, Alaska, since 1947 listings in the telephone director. Closing date for changes in listings will be Feb. 7. "IF YOU'D like to have listing changed, be sure to call the telephone business office by Feb. 7," Pat B 1 u m e r , Southern Bell manager, said today. "Customers should also let us know if they want to list other members of the family. Many teen-agers are now having their names put in the directory," he added. "The new directory will be d e 1 i v ered beginning March 25, and should be completed by April 1," Blumer'said. on all ALWAYS LOYJ PRICES!

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