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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: January 13, 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
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oMth Year -. No.6& Per Copy Titusville Florida. Mond.iv. Januatv I M 19G4 .
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' Council To Tackle Traffic Signal Bid Zone Pr ms I


Franchises Get Site Selection For Meeting(City HaUTomorrow Slated

Delayed MonthWith Night!

Strict fr----r------i-
Regulation Hid on a traffic control ign.il I

for t the liiltTM-dion of South and
cries of 'politics". from tempts( to choose 'utttccn' a
I'i:rk Mill (be reviewed at .
Brevard( County sources still U acre site to tin.outh >I' u<
Its the Slate .Sanford U S 171)):! mid t'.HX! ) morrow nignt'a meeting of the
echoing in (cars on
The sewer and water system ive franchises are covered in the chile area will be notified l of arequest city council.Bids .
Board of Control came to a J-J acre site 12 null's> toiith ,II 'orlando
resolution passed by the Board of resolution with an cxclushefranchise for such (ranilnse al least for
deadlock Friday in its attempt to near the Obic-ula i.ounty the puchase and In
ounty Commissioners last week having a period of not 10 days prior to date of hearing 111011.1
hon of the
settle on a site location for the I line full trafficuctualivl -
has some sweeping regulations as more than 25 years and a nonexclusive on the franchise
the new apace age university. A Kite. 17 miles northeast! 1 'ol control signal were
moves to tighten up"nn franchise to be grantedon
Owners of existing systems Orlando, Ovieilo and another d opened hy City Manager Cleve
operations of the private utility a year.to-year basis.A The board also, over the objections near :
service firms schedule of fees nay be granted a franchise aftera of DrVa>nc MiCall of about :20 miles southeast' 1 ot Orlando land Tiilmadgo last Tuesday and
application public hearing and payment of all\ arc !still under consideration ) he Mill make a recommendation
The resolution covers the from $300 to $1,000 is set Ocala who moved that counties ;;' M
granting: and operating of sewer forth ranging in the rules and regulationsand required fees and presentation of concerned should be Ho to by the board. ... '' -. to the council.
and water franchises and createsa for evidence to the board that the submit new sites, called for Orange The Sanford site was lavoicd Bid will\ be reviewed by a
a provision calling a performance
new board to supervise the bond 10 times the system is in good repair and providing and Seminole Counties only, by Chairman Maya Ilurrisun of _. representative of the Engineeror

franchises. amount of the fees is adequate service and is to submit new site offers. St Petersburg Flunk Pace of ", Traffic and Planning of the
application -
provided for. In physical and financial position Brevard County officials Immediately Ponsacola and Grit Sihnildt of 't. ....." State Road, Department, prior to
To be known the Drcxard to continue such service. ::
as Each applicant for a franchise indicated their indignation Jacksonville. Chester Whittle of .. tomorrow night's meeting
Bounty Water and Sewerage must agree that final plans pre. Municipalities will be requiredto to what they term "this Orlando, Dr Charles: Kornian ot The council will also consider

Board members it will and be composed of five pared by a registered engineer make application for water or political football came". Fort Lauderdale and Dr Wayne. YOUNG ARTIST( Young; Shannon> Moran works earn- enacting permanently an ordin<
will work in
with the director conjunction of will\ be submitted within 60 days sewerage systems, but will be :\ special session has been McCall of Ocala voted (for the! Oilando ,- estly on a chalk drawin-j: during the opening sessions or ante!, duo to expire Jan. 31,

water and newly following the granting a franchiseand exempt from any fl.I.... scheduled for Jan 24 in Orlando site There' U one vacancyon art classes sponEJteU: by Titusville\ Art League. Threo which Increased the Planning
sewerage a that construction of the facilities to receive offers and inspect the the board created by a resignation classes: will be held each Saturday under the instructionof und Zoning Commission from
created (post called for in the Each franchise holder will be recently.
resolution. will\ begin within 45 days .icw locations to be offered The Mrs:! Alice Masterson (Carlson Photo.) five tu even mvnib 'rs.Knaited .
of approval of the plans required to submit an annual board is expecting( at least three Dr. McCall\ said that actuallyhe : last June ,the ordinance -
The resolution states that the certified audit of the previous favored the Ovicdo site nut ,
Franchise holders may apPlY additional, kites to be offered increased membership on
director may be a member of fiscal to the board to Include he voted for the (Orlando location ,
for renewal of their franchise by year Ihc board of control split in (ho commission at the time of
the county health department and making application for renewalnot a statement of gross! re after all hoard nu niher had tllnslll ids tiou.
his job will encompass all the later than 90 days before ceipts for services rendered and School Bids To Bo inadu their I preference known,
administrative duties of the new City Manager Talmadge reports -
statement of cover producing the tic
a expenses
scheduled expiration date.
board spelled out in the Opened Tomorrow that t the commission mem-
as resolution .
If, In the opinion of the board, ing the same period. Following Kriday'' vote dele ti tRr hers and Planning Consultant
the utility has been properly Annual fees paid to the county L'jils! on two( new elementary ;jtioiiH! from Orange and Seminole .
An advisory group, the new operated and is necessary to the will be based on a schedule of schools and a major addition to inunUes "strontly( nrced'1: DcWill McGee recommend continuing -

water and sewerage (board will health and general welfare of the payments set forth in the reso a third will be ojn-ncd at 2 p.in, the board to reconsider, sad make the expanded board.
have the power to set rates of residents of the franchise area, lution.A tomorrow I by) the Brevard School a final decision Friday TalmH l e recommends that tie
utilities, standards of quality; and : ordinance be enacted on u per
the franchise will be renewed. Hoard. The Seminnlc ('Cluntyarnup: led
measurement, service rules and fee of $1 per $100 of gross eminent buUi.
Once a sewerage franchise Is Designed to be opened in time by Sen. Mark Cleveland: of San-
regulations and set up "adequate, receipts will be charged for a Also! on the agenda/ Is this need
awarded and the system completed for the beginning of the IIM.165! ;I ford, said it had no more sites .
fair and reasonable" depreciation franchise with service revenues n for appointing members to the
all buildings that are in
term of school in September, the to offer,
rates and schedules.The cluded In the franchise area will\ up to $15,000; from $15,000 to new schools are Capevicw Elementary "We can't outbid the other Commission ai the terms of lev-

board also will have the be required to tap onto the sys J300.000; fl fee of $1.13 per $tOO of at Cape Canaveral and cunnticK," Slid CIe; >eland. oral expire 116 ol Jan. :31.
power{ to require each'public tern and other method of disposal service revenues will be charged; Other items to b. considered( :

any iu F \ MerrillIsland. The tcd the f fi fv
i:/ i 1 lementw77ePn. move '
'I'' t..ajl' w
utility franchised, by the county ,, of,sewage) ;: or 'other polluting and! for revenues' over ,$3uOuoP> .' s-- .. .* i e. bf Dr.> MtaUtfi: 'o(1'n:111 new I It-quest from Mr. Violet Robinson
to submit periodic reports and matter will not be allowed. a fee of $1.SO per $100 of service The major addition/ Is 12 ila: +srooms bidding all nlnn, counties width + to refund a bund of Jl I-
other reasonable data for revenues will be charged. 700 ti> her which
proper Erch franchise granted shall at Coquina Elementary In submitted proposal originally.\ was required
administration of the ?ebcwr at the time of her
provisionsof contain a schedule of rates toby application
The resolution sets forth( a pen. Indian River City, which will McCalt( salt! it was an unfair
the resolution. charged within the franchise ally clause which carries a fine bring this; school up to the intimate and indecisive action on the partof for a houie; moving permit. It
Each member of the new board area The rates may be changed Wd required because! the house
of up to $500 or imprisonment of of 30 classrooms the hoard to restrict new site
will be appointed by the county following a public hearing by the was! nut of lufflclent size for
up to 00 days or both for any violation The board will open the me..t.ing offers to the two counties of Orange
commission for a term of one water and sewerage board and of any section of the new at 1 p.m. in the school of- /: and, Seminole when others thu area to which it was moved
year and the members shall serve approval of the change by the ordinance. fices on South U. S. 1. may have proposal, I and Mi'*. Robinson was to increase -
without pay county commission.All I the size to bring U up tit
Both exclusive and non-exclus property owners In a fran- zoning requirements.

Awarding of bid for a rear-
Howard Johnson !
Opens loading refuse collection bodyof

20'cubic yard capacity for the

Alai bliKo collection system
-I j

IE Facilities In Cityof : ....wit .. Heights.Subdivision plat of Luna

BASIC TECHNIQUES Mrs. Alice Masterson, art In- Possibility oi; letting up a new
structor for Titusville Art Leagues special classes: each account tu handle fines and

Wind swept dedication;! cere the motor lodge( ; Herbert I( The motel has 64 units, all Saturday, explains the basic techniques to Debra Cocker- bonds paid to the city, since any

monies in front of the swimming Webster of Miami, head of op. but a few of them now ready for ham during the opening session.! The classes uru 1It'Ir11n refunds cannot be processed

pool early Friday evening, officially rating in the Houfieant; Earl occupancy and the others due the building next to Titusvillo Llbrnry.CarUon( Photo) readily under the present bookkeeping

opened the nw Howard Mdurer, manager of the new to finished In a matter of a dayor system

i Johnson motor lodge and rest motor lodge; Peter Nowakowskl, two. There is additional Second reading of." ordnance

P aurant, on South U. S. 1. restaurant' manager; Joseph Do- riverfront property, located' to FBI Train requesting permission to
And a quick check of nation. lancy and Kenneth Sexton of the south of the office and swimming Says extend the bulkhead line on a

wide promotion ma'crial\ including Miami, executive assistants; pool fur more unite If portion of urn Indian! River,

a listing of all HJ motor Rene Petard, supervising! ( chef; business warrants construction bounded on the north by Howard I

lodges and restaurants indicatesthat und William Ulanfoid of Day- Motor lodge opr rotor Taub Was Johnson Muted l and on the

the opening was anticipated tona Beach, area supervisor.The aim operates lodges at Silver SabotagedA south by this! old city limits of

because both were already in firm entertained a host Springs and Naples 'IItUIV ille.

print. of Titusville and Brevard officials The motor lodge is -tory chargo of sabotage", in the ;.JI probably: dUI) to mechanical Public. hearings on application

Titusville Mayor Ed Kittles from Capo Kennedy and and each room has Individual duruding of 18 curs from a Florida I run Me'! rather than subotage. by I 11 C Kirk to extend the

presided at the brief ceremonies, people from other areas of balcony or patio area All East t Coast Freight: late They deny having had anything bulkhead/ line at Florida Wonderland

Company officials present included Florida rooms are reached from an Interior Friday night/, Just north of New to do with three or four major ; on application by GUI\
Mayor Ed Kittles is shown with Howard Howard P. of Guests
Curnmng3 were invited to view
hall. ricrailrnuita D'Emiliu to
than 100
Smyrna Beach, has been confirmed and more ) redone property at
P Cummings (right), president of the southern division Miami, president of the southern the motel rooms, office area end The restaurant features tho by un FBI agent minor Incide'nU of vandalism Coquina and Capron from RIM

of Howard Johnson Inc., and Logan Manders (left), division of Howard JohnsonInc. swimming pool d'lnng a COCK- Lamplighter Room, which is Gordon of the Jaikhon- since the strike started last to IIJ; an application by George

company general contractor, during the open house at ., general company contractor tad party at the motel. A buffet available\ not only( for regular Fred Fill office said the derail Jan. 23 und claim the trouble is Snouffer tu re-zonu property
the Howard yule
motor lodge and restaurant here Logan Mandets; John Taubof dinner followed at the rent- customer but also for clubs and apparently nut an accident due to "unsafe operating pro- In IIIiiMand( Terrace from RIM 1 1for
Friday. (Bohannon Photo.) Miami, the license operator aurant. business banquet ing was. >> cuduiei.. ft.3; an application by Tom

"A* far os we can determine, A federal mediator U scheduled Tudor to re-zone property along
<#&** someone placed a section of CHI K"ler: Road from AU to
to meet with railroad officialsin II1 1, an application
by Cecil
.a rail in a fool point at a
a tg switch causing the cars to jump Jacksonville. today to discuss Simmons!! to re.zone property on

the racks," Agent Cioiclon suid. the strike which stalled with Hedgwith Avenue from AU to

lie wild tho investigation (the FFC's refusal to give the H 1; an application by J. W

"- 'a.. J \would\, continuo, and thut it had union) a 1021)/ ) cl'rlts.an-hour (ChiMre. representing J. VT.

nut been deli'rinified win placed: wane hike:! In tin effort to re open franks to re-zone property at

.. the piece! of rail between uiwit fI'IUuIIUII.: tIle coiner of Singleton and! Gar

..a..w. ... .... ......,,. a + <'h point und ktuckniil. "tut den application from RIM to II-1; and an
it couldnt nave gotten there by by Thomas G. Ellis,
a' legal!&: l
itself.' Cooperation To representative of owners
James!! Kjrantinca
) and
:No one wa injured when the<
18 run part of 84-cur tram Gardens to re-tone property be'

wort strewn along the tracks! Be Discussed tw in Washington. and HoiJUiia
from R I ana R-J to li-I.
The pileup of curs and cargo

was cleared J away Sunday and Ihc TitusvillcArt League will Thrco Arrested

trains ware again; running on hold; its monthly meeting In the

the track Art Center corner of Puik Ave. Three flute juvenile were arrested

a The railroad chary, it hat and Draa Road Wednesday ..at at Cocoa Friday and
0:00 .m. charged with wilfully and
been p mal
.. tho victim .of 'rn'U'e than
200 instances of and min iciously Injuring or destroying
The evening's will bea
program personal
belonging to>>
or sabotage and vandalism
:" ... G.-l" i..a. ; CUTS RIBBON Howard Johnson official are shown t 11 1 non-operating unions since went roundtable discussion, this others, located at Teen JUven at
topic being "what schools and Patrick Air
K ; as Titusville Mayor Ed Kitties cuts the ribbon Force Base.
,. ''1. officially out on strike nearly a yeas ago the art league -can do as a cooperative The three
1"L L opening the juveniles
:: '--' -. .....L-. new motor ledge and restaurant in Titus- 1 The railroad discontinued passenger were arraigned
ville Friday night Looking on are (left to right) Citizens effort to promote more before V. S. Commissioner .
READY TO SERVE Hostesses and ed arriving. The buffet table was set up Bank President service last year and has of I cultural interest in North Thomas Henderson In Titus-

waitresses ready to serve guests at the in the restaurant Lamplighter\ Room. tractor Logan Manders;George Kittles;Morgan Howard; company P. Cummings con- 1 refused lag to pick It up again, lay Brevard, particularly In the ville. where they entered pleas of

Howard Johnson open house Friday nightare (Bohannon Photo.) southern division president (behind Kittles); and John passengers might be endangered field of art." Most schools will b. guilty :30 day sentence was impended
shown shortly before the crowd start- \ aaboUga. represented! and Miss Gladys and each
Taub motor was placed on
lodge operator, (Echannoa Photo.) The unions said the wreck alit
Borot will moderato mooUu', probation.

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TltvivllU ( Florid) Star Advocate Monday, January 1), "1M4 '
Local American Legion Post

I Nosing F.f .

: I Editorials Around To' Participate In Big CensusFlorida

members of The American signed to welcome new citizen-
By Bob Hudson Legion wilt ret out on a Veterar\4! to Florida

h project) Thursday, that will carry This is the first census ever
RUJllot haf it that Bllt Lattig' ,
home conducted by The American
t them to the doors of every
State Of The Union A Glance At 1964 the popular' local' chiropractor, in the State both urban and Legion in. any state, and it it
1 i had a rather unusual bitfl'lch1r rural being witched ,on a national
..\r surprise putted< rtrr him at the Therewill be a special meet- level
In his State of the Union t Colonial Lounge Friday night. "-'-""----
address, President John- Infant 19C4 holds promise of becoming quite a year f lag on this census at the American
Seems the word
as though
ion told the Congress amd the people what they like to before' its tenure expires some 12 months hence. < +*| around that it was his birthday Legion Hall ort Tuesday! at.

bear tax cuts, less government spending, economy,In This summer will embrace the' national conventions '. arid that he !had' reached the age 8 p,m. AH legionnaf are ulrf'

government' equal civil rights, all-out war on poverty ot the two major political parties before they square that "hfe begirt at". A group meeting ed to attend to rWerve the very' detailed important Mitrdrtionn ,

4 i. but jtrst: how all this can be accomplished! remarhit off for the Presidential campaign and electron I 3 of 'friends" donned black arm : and census! forms.

t CO'< be> jeen. Tow, this Is leap year and February wfll mcfad'e 29 fcandt, set dp sparklers and
formed a living birthday greet The Is to pinpoint by
The sincerity of the President we do not doubt In days for the first year in four. The romantic aspects purpose
Ing to the tune of "The Funeral name and address every veteran
the least. his ability and knowledge is this "bachelor's hibernation
unquestionable period" are always interest. Durge". i irt the' State who served tit
but i In' reality*, to accomplish these feat! and cut taxesat ing and provide source of humorous conversation, hum- Senator Kelly World) War I, World War II and

the sam time seems impossible orotsr'that' I is, to all except the confirmed bachelors. (the Korean Conflict) sIn

There ate some who have labeled the address! as'! As always, national\ election years, both political .* Certainly WOlf a big crowd at nodes'! ''\ wihefe these' aVe1 Mvetefamsv \ t r

"pretty word ", "wonderful dream7, "politically' ins dt. patties have high hopes' of gaining State houses and e'on. l I the new!Male!Howard[ prevue Johnson's opening of Motel the Sen. Kelly : \ t they l' drill tail tHe nW4 .

ed", etc grewforYaJ seatS Oft the' strength of their Presidential can- and Restaurant Friday night Of. to cxpraTn the programp'i'djecfs' ry4 w

M'r.' Johnson, may we point out, has a woncfcrfai dftfeW.' While feed Governors are carried into office1 on 4 j I ttcials of) the chain: from Miamito Legion and activities to those of who The are American interested .

background of Washington know-how lie Is famflra the coat tails of party standard bearers! the lose races Mirw' York Were in atftn AnnouncesCandidacy In the Legion's many\ pro. n

with every phase of Congressional action which provideshim eoutd easily be decided in this manner. j dance missile, along1 with county, city grams m' the' fields of American
and other
with a crystal ball, 'so to speak, AS to what' he cart', The' Democrats' have a solid candidate in President t officials tern', Chrfd!' Welfare, School.Medal

cannot expect to accomplish.The JohnsonWho; his running mate might be is anybody'sgthess. Tile opening' ceremonies werei Awards, Oratorical\ Contests,
i kept on the brief side because of
boss of the LBJ spread is a seasoned professional J I the\ strong cold wind, but the Boys Baseball and, etc GfrU State Legion

a lot of it he learned the hard way to don't underestimate Republican candidate hopefuls are headed by Sertsttft entire evening was a big success
him He may not accomplish all he has set out Barry Goktwatef, Governor Nelson Rockefeller, and made so by the Congenial State Sen. Scott Kelly has an They wilt also explain beliefs The
possibly Governors' Kornney' and Scranton. The latter ]hospitality\ of the owners andmanager nounced that he will be a candidate American: Legion's basic AIJIJOUNCES State Comptroller
to1 dd but if anybody can, he will.
; in' God and Country
of both facilities for governor in. the 1964 ( )) Ray E. Green yesterday
As they say in Texas he'll try from sear tinan' two1 are on-announced1 but< still in contention. Whoever The motel and restaurant Demo ratic' Primaries. AH interviewers wilt weat announced his candidacy for re
com** tip' with the GOP nomination has their work cutout are and Carry membership .
( certainly the most modern Kelly said he H! seeking the caps election He is the 24th comp
tot therm fn. trying to' beat Lyndol'Johnson.\ Possibly tot highway hosting, as facilities well- /governorship\ because "The' pea !' cards for> l Identification All troller of the state and has been

at dark horse will emerge to make this race against the a* a great attraction for local pi* of Florida are searching for veterans visited are asked to In state government since 1949,
A Hungry World Forseen executive leadership which will cooperate by giving the informs
Teart II will, at any rate, prove an Interesting one andby residents,
bring to state government the no means' ( a rurmaway for either party We' congratulate the fine people .
proven practices and principlesof One 6f the fastest{ growing > Seminar
world! Ivfay the winner fee true statesman of the old school responsible for them and Republican
Famine poses a greater threat to the popufa1fJon a a successful businessman. veteran populations hthe

than does nuclear war, says the \\J. S Department and al strong believer in the American Way of Life business welcome scene them in to booming the growing Titus- "My intention Is to Instill fiscal Nation the census fs also de Is Set In Orlando I

of Agriculture r wtrdeetrt this\ of far greater importance than1 his political ville responsibility and fiscal integrityin Republicans are invited to a

: Creeping hunger looms in most countries of the affiliation. all government offices and operations Rehab Center seminar at the San Juan Hotel)

Fond due to increasing population explosion and star* Among the people the writer ," the 'Lakeland Senator in Orlando on January 25th
said. Kelly Is a' general contract.
yation will take over as a partial solution to the protn\ Roadside Reminders enjoyed visiting with during the or, Realtor and owner of a general form !Jam', to'J: p-,m. This

lem Friday opening at Howard John insurance agency. To Move Ort seminar is called the MORE
The erection of roadside signs at dangerous mterseetfonsy son's were none other than Mr,
These hara conclusions were drawn by the> USDA Saying that he will call on tne program or Mobilization of) Re.'*,

from an' official study just completed, reports U S. News 6r sharp cuTves, and on bridges, Informing"" the Cocoa and Mrs Beach Howard Johnson! 'of 1965 Legislature to repeal the m. January 18 publican Enterprise 'There Isn't'any
Motoring\ public r of the number of fatal accidents occurring crease in auto' license tag fees,
& World Report and confirm what has been a growing: We took a great deal of pleasure ttt for tins program) and
to<-date hi the'' point might prove effective irt Brevard hV these tine Kelly Bald, "Unfair taxation is The North Brevard Rehabihta' there' will be a luncheon break 1
worry for leaders.of ,the world: Food production, barring introducing some unforeseerf developmentscan; no longer match tits tfounty.ifke1. to others we> knew and, l sent spend and' tax (rend1' The lion Center has set January 18 The MORE program is design

prdliferation of the world people. project have been undertaken by Veterans' organizations of course with that name, most automobile hn been Seized upon as the date for moving into its cd for all all and

This new analysis' i is entitled "Man, Land and Food '' and others, in various localities! and states. folks wanted immediately to know ars the most likely source of rev new quarters at Arthur Dunn ages groups
for both and women The
'' If they were "the real" Howard to finance excessive costs of Air Park men
These signS' staling'sxich as: 3 Killed Here", of the like Cue
Ahead at World Food Needs. The authorIs
-, Looking motorists Johnsons Several took quick government, yet the auto is a Stanton' Murray, physical the MORE program is an intensive
Lester R. Brown an economist in the Agriculture De would serve'as grfnn reminders as approach the "cl'' uble tafces'Actually necessity" rapist at the center, informed, Course'! in (leadership and political .

partment's Economic Research dangerous' spol Mr. Johnson Is in "A governor with a successful the board members at Thurs and moderncampaign

Brown'sanalysi.revcals that in only three regrons6fthe Unlike' the ample! regular road signs provided at all I 1 I charge of Royal.McBee Corp, at background as a businessmancan day'r meeting that the date responsibility. techniques. Dramatic

such places' by the State highway department these Cocoa Beach and Mri. Johnson call for repeal Of this penalty might have to1 be postponed' un has resulted in every
world! is of food fot'the
assurance seen adequate works at the Cape, with he and confidenceof less : available
support more helpis
would have 'to "soak in" tell of
al tendency ( as,they a story 4 area cf America' where the
future( These,are North America, Western ur6pe and I I I ) the people behind hid request," Carpenters and painters areneeded" '
reality more readily Understood in this speed-craze age. MORE program has been IntroJ
Australia-New Zealand comprising only' one-fiftr} ttVst Kelly asserted. to* work( evening* and l
How About This? Said One busl-! duccd Republicans! who .have
There" aid numerous danger here .
t worM'i'populaUviu; _1" ., J Y" :: spots right l in.j., Pointing out that he is not an ,weekends_ as duelf at helpers\ J being ; -
:r "'''t 4J neSmalcr'another: "Recessions'' enthusiastically, responded to *ts*>]
J By the end of the tentufthe ,year afOOO* the North' Brevrd wfeere1 far too* many aceidehW.Satal\ and don't bother me. I was a failure attorney "or a professional) politician needed: to move equipment' ictbive: challenge have Surprised
otherwise, O c\1t. Jf the erection! of such signs Saved one' who holds a high salaried Murray Said. j
World's population win have reached an estimated.% tit. during the boom," office even themselves with resultsTherapy
life or even prevented one serious accident it Kelly described himself treatments will be in
ibn, more than double the 2.9 billion in I960Land" as "an independent businessman: \ which have bordered) on the
: ,for food production Brown's study reveals, w6uld! weltf be worth the effort. who\ knows what it Is to stretch tha: new quarters, beginning January fantastic This is a very in-

is found to, be in short supply when related to tt.rfft< < Why wait until these t! signs would! bear still) larger :\IF1CUS! Program dollars, to operate on' a budget accomplished 20th, if "Target he stated Date"Nor, Is portent meeting and all Republicans -

figures? The .hfe-bfood) spilled on our highways has already and to meet expenses and payrolls : are urged to attend.
meeds. Land not under cultivation is, for the most per, ." mandy School will hold> classes:
ated marginal in terms of usefulness In production) } 64 reached alarming' proportions.) Education I in- the school building adjacent Mrs James A. Jones, Satel--
fo6d. This' Jkfrtd a of "sigrt language" just mfghf prove under- Kelly said one of) the primary to the center at the Air Park life Beach, is chairman for the

sfandable. objectives) of this administrationwill beginning onr the same date. llth District. Ben Lewis, Titus
t The world"cannot cope with a continued' popttlatfort Courses Set be the attraction of new In. Some remodeling was nccesvine and Mrs. James Armistead.

growth of such proportions in Brown's view. lIe says fro Of FI' ed oVtry' and payroll "Wh,A el. sary before' the equipment'\ could Rockledge are co-chairman for

the study: "The old equilibrium (between- birth and! Compromise ttt Dr W Bradley Baker, Assistant acted' governor 1 expect fty begin be Moved, !,. but this has heed pr- irevard1 County. AlSo, asiisfihf .

deaths) has been destroyed but a new equilibrrumi lI'8s Superintendent for Instruction immediately to use the influence greasing nicely' nntrf wA1 of the with the program are
Supporters: of the pending civil rights bill call it a of that t office to attract new industries Wrtliam Clark,
p'd'\\ yet been developed. That the current disequilibrnrrrV } ', Brevard County Schools, carpenter had1\ td> quit\ toet'ef'or' WitrbotdV Sam
"compromise*. However, those who have been followingthe and county contact person'' for to Florida. I will notify the\ (plea* for men' whtf\ Ia'l'luse! / Jrermf! ,r.uclot: Cocoa: Beach,
cannot continue indefinitely i is certain. Until a new progress: 6f (he'debate report that the latest version fhe Florida Institute for Conttmr-' industries across the' nation that' al hammer\' '\ and; saw Mr.. Gary Wander and Mrs.

Balance! is created, however, man, must seek to accelerate can hardly be called moderate.It ing University Studies, has received Florida need'and' welcomes new Mnttay reported On1 tli*' tttil'l leort!\;, Clarke of Melbourne,
the of food to match the increase in numfc payrolls. I will follow this notice CMf neuter' Satellite* Beach,
supply has the! schedule for Trimester flea t of the\ Center! arid rt\* oefeof t taiWf
appears the only thing which been> compromised with personal'visits and
presentations ,
ers'r IT Courses to be offered clueing December", dayirtf' flue Mr. and!! Mrs Harold WMtttf -

T If forecasts of this new analysis of the world's food is the freedom df the average American citizen. The by) FICUS at the Brevard Junior interested Industries to representatives," Kelly' said of total of therapy) tfeafitWmf! were et S! arpes. Anyone'wish-
bill still provides for extension of Federal lies hit ride to Orlando for the
a sweeping College are as follows: than other rVionfAs" due\ tol !
problem hold true, Thomas: Malthus may, after all, have tfe said he will work: for the ex
the; last word Says U, S. News & World Report. Malthua' power into new areas. Et>A: SOT: 'Organization and panslon of agriculture'!' and tour Christmas' Vacanort1 MOW 1>>'011'11'Is'\ invited tI)
foresaw1' The'' strangest thing about the bill is that it requiresa Administration' of Elementary Ism but that the state also needs The' children1"' '' arfemRAtT Nbr- Calf anyone of these Itcpuollcans
was an English clergyman who, around 1880; a '
rVmi>nasls 6ri America's dwindling race consciousness. School" First meeting'' will be new payrolls. manly Seno\ ( wef Iili i
world in which starvation would be widespread because Thursday\ January 9. 4:30 to Chrhtma' party 6y lbemhere 6fni'unlt'y' : I
Federal agencies are explicitly empowered to de- Miami j
"The combination of m. J Mayor (Is
greater ll1niOWtit'l'l ,l '
population would outstrip food supply. from andnni !S'lSpm''. iff Room' C-209EDS t1'UiY I row.! .
mand racial and reHgfous records business fiscal responsibility In state dpartmfi
government affju1: with: *
People are multiplying but cropland is not. Wrtfronefourtn 378": "Teaching of Reading
of the peoples of the world going to bed htfn-' <>m. Elaborate! faeral' bookkeeping set-ups can be'' ," Tuesday, January 7, new payrolls an:! is the the attraction only formula of Jfrs1 I chardThe' < Van 1!ffMti'Ct' Rotary) S
chattmarv (
required, under heavy Federal penalties. 430 y-tl': pm. in :Room A 217ZDf N : !
looms the world's that will
at make it
dry night now rising hunger as possible for of file Iifusvill'e' Firs*
Federal under the bill to 800 Teaching Exception !
agents are empowered, = :
Florida to with
keep the
No1 1 problem as population expands pace ferfart" Church' \ '
enter industrial union1' record' al1 Children"\ January 9, : eonfVibuted'\ east\ rtti ,1"rt1, old
any or property, seize, growth we are going to exper S9-year- Mayor
for gwtls'ifor the \ ',
4 39' H9 In :Room'' A 206 chiWr r\ Seeik> foberf
Question employee and members and investigate any'"maiters : p m lence, the prosperity we deserve tit tfCie King High told Rotarians
I '' EDS 602: "The Secondary and the services we must pupils wire falte'iV f Plant A Tree as be to quote the words of per. some I
may appropriate", School Curriculum." January 7, form party I In Cocoa! of) Latin-America

the bill. .,3a.'* s-fS: pm. in Room C-112. "In order to maintain and improve The next meeting of the board tog visit: in the past \' ur.'j'j'

Plant free and watch LY 321: 'School1 Library Ad Florida's prosperity! In this of. directors wilt be February' years. I
a grow It cbntairrS a provision thai( a person of one race could! 30 IJth' at the new quarters ,
1hfctratton 8 4
January : day and age of the\ popurahonexplosion
This week, literally thousands upon thousands of not be hired Where "too rnany"" people of that particularrace He
9;15 p,ri. Room A-20ffMS the business practices pointed out the difference i.
trees will be planted in the State of Florida. were already employed; a person of one religion 300: "Mathematics for :Elementary and principles In which I believeso Open Competition ambassadors from the United

...& January 17, marks the 78th annual observance of could not be considered where there were "too many"of Teachers." January 7, strongly must be applied to For Stales and how some are well- f
Arbor Dlry and January 12-18 has been proclaimed by that faith already working there. 4-1 fPfI''. 1 iitiRoom\ A,218'. the increasing cost of government Painting Set liked and others dO' not get

Governor"' Farris Bryw as "Tree: .Planting Week." Irf short. there are two vast region* 6f nW federal V1W 4W" "Foundations' of "ant the attraction of newpayroll's miring> tlie Art Gallery. of aAsrt t
continued.EMphasiiing .
Edbealfenfor Vocational1; Teach Kelly .
: Governor Bryant, in his proclamation, urges all Indi- power' opened up under the gvnse of protecting the ervdrights e't'* Tuesday' 7 4-7 BlVd!' Assocradmri1' meeting and! 'fiK'ir' r k an announced Oem&lUncleon' -
January ,
iduals and civic organizations to plant more trees "to of everyone. The first is the power to terminate p,nV koorrt' A-207rtafrtal' : : that he Is a1 strong Yacht' Club a irf the tau'' Oalhe cOetI candidate for governor I
believer in the free enterprise December\ I i if veal arid was making tour in this
Increase the economic, recreational' and aesthetic resOurces Federal grants which total rnttTtipIe'' billton' of dollars td4 JI'I'M'' ene h\tohl'latl ant! system, Kelly laid! he wilt seek announced' that the Ftorltt\ itte AVerbt area' Thursday a

of Florida each year, and hold a1 life and death power o' er' t tfi>> # tttt iVailafeh\ '' at! alt' aboKfion\ \ ef the retail price fixing Garden win hold' art <*en.'

financial stability of whole cities and regrons.' This vast' fir'tvardf County' schooNSVnc4 power' of tilt Florida. Milt Commission competition' for fnepamtnitf' tt Du'I'IIr: Thursday'* luncheon I
I and
This 300 Florida schools schools atf ?
year, grade high Arevatdl' County ht\ now and' as governor will' tour/at/ to hang\ in the Aft 6alrjC *- WlirBermf; HiH-r Country
junior will 50 authority would be tutned over to' Federal agencies: without > \ renter' for FlCtJS CluV.: \ the'! Club inducted1
colleges receive pine seedlings each from tt/ gi adt it considV\ for appointment! fo' the I The announcement Bras! four
the' Florida Forest Service, for planting oft school laying down any'ot the traditional' protections': t>t wilt IC poJlbtol'!! teachers :Milk CommMwow: "only those\ wh* made by Mrs1 Lorraine? Ful M!fu M* aneinieM, EhlMLu' ,

ground's.'' Most of the schools have planned special programs due process of law, rules for receiving evidence, of holding : obteiW f n muerV' M Id'semester wit: alee a1' putMlv stand agamsf >':Tnr' relation'' official (ot the tne* Rogers of Cosmos '!

and 'wholesale' planting of trees will be done ors proper hearings. hon\ *' M! :3d-hoot Master' of E4ocatiort : '- retail prtc fixing" Card't'M. and invited Iii Bre-- !first taVy School1' Bernie Carl* of

Arbor Under this bill, a Federal agent has only to ma-lte Degree at the University' Kelly said re-organliation' ot yard< county artists to' participateinr \ Federal Savings and Loan
Day. Association
TlcrviJ This wilt be John\ Monre *-
of poeshbld rile manfer
"an express finding. In this he' would' be guided sote'tyy the State Road De-aattmeM and* competition. tntries arc* of"
It. teacher' has' been Grant. Store Russ
6hiy tao be
brought to ;
t forest industries are Joining in this planting fey }\ own whim, prejudice or caprice. aifmittedf to tlW graduate school pi-omofibit ef a system of tdi- Oarfn betweeu the Memorial Chasieeiv of) ?Mufuaf Insurance

project by making seedling trees available to FFA cVtaphest .- Tne other extraordinary powe# is the close1! refui* at file\ tTafvefsify of Ftondh and cationwhkh"will lie' "high on!achieve on' my list excellence efobjectives 1984 Befall' of die AprJ: eompeti 1 and i 9,, rvlu'.

4-lt Clubs and other youth groups. tion of employment, promotion arid firing. Federal %t rrd: III) planned' program for the1' '' ." Re said detail df M* were given by James Fsfehet' ; .

l w Any kind of tree seems proper for the planting: bureaucracy)\ will control the basic decision tA WO'i'ltet) sand drrTeatehers' \ vrlio1 wish t* plan along these line and his. Casit award of $4od p $5*' =3iy. t iMeef\ rn

Pjnes. ; Eucalyptus, Dogwood, Magnolia or the Sunshine their bosses. This means that Federal. control dill take: at va-ntage of the courses offered position' oiv several other miportjnf $20.' and $19, for nh!\ee's for re4* locar VFW' '

Stte'f; official Cabbage Palm. With our varied' latitude, move into such sensitive areas as' the (teaching faculties tot o&e purpose, .Ie":, re issues will !b If made public eoimtton.( Mural canvas wilt P'osf
of credit, specialization, be' furnished
cency soon by the
genre {ype'1 of trees are m6re suitable fn i given locality of schools and colleges, public and pri+ate, and the efc"t, rnay1 do so as special stu- Kelly Is a' former Mayor ol ]tJ\frWf. h* tt_ most be J1 garden ky 24* Commander\ Ralph Sc6etbeb.

than ate others. Plant the tree of your choice. writmg staffs oi newspapers and magazines,, dents in accordance: with university takelandf and fa sewing his& see Sachet: W' Jfate1' and ffl'* finished liluavtilb' pose 4228' Veteranaeallmr .<

Trees not only provide shade, shelter and beauty. Far too many citizens do not realiie that the scope regulations. and term in the* Florida Senate. rirtrrri t feet By tt feet SuoJecT lereigr Wars is a special

bJut also- food and protection for birds and anftnafs' r .. 6t t civil! rights bill is so immoderate. Civil rights demand L'f; | Dr. Baker has stated that lure of the mural U Bird lute that h> J11eWI-r Thursday. at a p.ro. inhabits

and nit the basis ot-the( state' second most vdfuabl m- f recognition$ and legislation but our basic: fmdohr' Dier" information may be obtaia-.EGAL: : PAD Big Supply;", 3S< : Brevard coaty. TW' the v.r.w, Home.
etf from i hrs offic In tM( School each at Star-Advocate Office. Background) may U afcrtrae of
'- : should not be* compromised '& fioari Office in Titusville. Read Star.Advocate: Classifieds! realistic.. aftsmt.P.g.2 Alf pest. !: members are urged. to

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P..,. 4 Tltutvllle (Flerldn) Star Advocate Monday, January 1), 1WWoman's A '"

Mary Harrison

Becomes BrideMr. w s
With Newa And Notea and Mrs. C. It. Harrison.!

of North Brevard 3 Orange Court, announce: the
marriage of their daughter,
Mary Louise, to Leo R. Lucier,
son of Mr. and Mrs C. R. Lu

d / cier, St. loans, Vermont.
The wedding was lolcrnnlzcd

..r'f January 3, 1964 8:00: p.m., at
St. Teresa's Cuthulie Church
Club with Father Thomas Grace officiating. rR kt ,

,t al foa
The young couple is at horns(
Holds Tea At
here, 514 Lenore Avenue

Turpoljac Home \ Chapter Initiates

ft Two New Members
I I'ke IH Ie
An outstanding went! to spark
ie beginning of activities for Titusville Chapter No.6. Order '

the new year was the annual I of the Eastern Star, met
membership tea given by the Tuesday night, at tile Masonic
Indian River City Woman's Club ; Temple at the corner of Wash ,, 1L 0
en Wednesday cvining, January d ington Avenue and Garden Street, f L : ,
ek with Mrs. Ernest W. Klos!, Wor
8. al the lovely new home of ,4,4n Mrs. Nelda ,.
left Flynn,
1 thy Matron\ and William 1' PLAN SWEETHEART BALL Representatives From are coon
Mrs. Nick Turpoliac on Mantor Knight, Worthy Patron presiding' of the Florida Heart Associa president and member of the local X;

Avenue. along with their sixteen officers tion met with Tri-City Council membersof Delta Mu Chapter; Mrs. Esther Lee, eh.,,", i I.
The hostess elected: guests Miss Gayle Valdjkc and Mrs. several chapters of Beta Sigma Phi man of North Drcvard Division F.II.\\

wearing a striking; white peau Jack llildcrbrand were initiated Sorority recently to plan the sorority's and Mrs. Beckey Kennedy publics
de toic sheath which the had : into the Order and prosenteJ annual Sweetheart Ball to be held Feb. chairman: for the ball. (Carlson Phot-,,, l)

fashioned for the occasion. ; : with violet corsages. Miss Val. 0 at the Hamada Inn in Cocoa Beach.

Mrs. Julius Sain served at the d dyke and Mrs. llildcrbrand were

registration table which was "'. -. .-. f w. r..verylrr"r presented: with white emblematic
graced with burning ..., .".'_... ... .....t. .aAl: !. j.; T. Bibles in the behalf of the chapter 12-18'-i
netted in fern..Name. tag by their mothers. Mrs. George Governor Proclaims Jan.
with miniature TEA Mrs. Lillian Turto right: Sue Erickson, Kay Medsker, Peg m.
orated Valdyke and Mrs.[ E. L. 1-
given! the ; hostess, pours punch for Mrs. gy Gray, Carol Sauerbeck, Thelma Row- Schneider
were guests as They responded:! witha !
registered Sauerbeck at a Membership Tea ell, Shirley Cain, Ruth Alman and Dclor- few well-chosen words. As "Tree Planting Week"The I Special !
Mrs. Turpoljac ushered members of the Indian River City ca Mancini (S-A Photo.)

guests through the spacious Club. New members are, left Mrs. Kloss reminded the members Titusville Garden Club emir, recreational and aesthetic

room into the dining area that at the next regular; received: a Proclamation! from resource of our State;
Mrs Larry tJimms, wearing HUM ting on January 21it there! Governor Farris Bryant as NOW; THEREFORE, I Farris
would be election of[ officers. It virtue of the authority
pretty aqua chiffon frock, follows: Bryant by
sided at graciously > was voted to have open install vested in me as Governor of
a oPl ation. The Chairmen of Grand! "WHEREAS, Albor Day, do hereby I No-dulling
tea table. the State of Florida ,
The lavish pink carnation Chapter committees were re January: 17, 1964, has been set proclaim January 1218. I9tj4! as
minded to turn in all monies and No-drying
rangement (flanked by usid" as a day dedicated to the TREE PLANTING WEEKIn I
reports at next meeting so
"* candelabra< which centered that they could be credited at planting( of trees In Florida and Florida.

tea table and the elaborate .Q Grand Chapter to convene in has bocome an Impoitant symbol Farris Bryant i NUTRI-TONIC
cloth, handmade by Mrs. '
Jacksonville in
jac, complimented the 9+{ April. in conservation, and CREME SHAMPOO
silver service. as. f s sT Mrs. Arthur Dumonil. Associate WHEREAS an enlarged, population this week Garden Club I

A work of[ art were the k, r'I Matron, named the following and expanded industrialization members will be doing their best .

ful,, petit fours delicately committee, to the Board of It a In- has increased\ : the demand to see that as many trees as I Now at
talented bcw For Girls for Titusvllle: Assembly
ated by Mrs lor trees. a renewable possible arc planted and urge
Flink who carried out .the [ I' r I No. 99: Mrs. James Trim natural resource organisations .all citizens and civic official to half price I

scheme: used by the hostess in ble. Mrs. James McClosky, Mrs for community betterment and carry out this proclamation and
floral decorations. Les Richards, Mrs. James G. individual citizens!
are urge add to the beautification of our
.' Guests wero delighted to w Bingham, Mrs. John Ell, Mrs trees
1i plant Increase the
tcon- citySORORITY
toured through the beautiful W. S. Austin, Mrs. Robert Born ...-.., I
:" where striking floral settings holt and Lacy Kamor.
,.. been appropriately! Delicious refreshment cf cake b ,

= throughout the rooms. with whipped cream, salted nuts _
.- Mrs. James Plumb, and coffee were served at the
of the club, led the line of r r r close of the meeting to( the members
members 'who recently had and guests by Mrs. C. G.
received into membership. Barnett, General Chairman and
Mow members include of committee Mrs. Virginia L. CRIMESOAMPO0
Lewis Rowrll, Mrs Charles Gault, Mrs Thelma Jacobs and rbNaMramgc5Ma
r'c .t
len, Mrs. Tom Alman, Mrs. Mrs. Faye Wardman. 1'C,
les Baker, Mrs. Perry Cain. I v 4. f

Gerald Erickson, Mrs. dY r"'
AMERICAN GUEST Miss Jack Larks Nurses To ElectThe
Gray, Mrs. Jerry Medsker, president of Titusville Jr.
Gerakl Wheelus, Mrs. Hernandez, foreign exchange stu- Woman's Club following their meeting North Brevartl Registered New conditioning
Sauerbeck. Brevard Jr College chats about Tuesday. Miss Hernandez was guest "
Nurses organization will meet!
country and life as an ex- speaker on the program under the direc'*
Tuesday, January It, at 7:11: shampoo for
student at Brevard Jr. College tion of Educational and International Affairs ->' sparkling,
pm. in the Health Building on
Parkway Latin Club Mrs. John Weitz,",,center and Mrs. Dept. of the club. (Carlson Photo.)' Palm Avenue. Officers to serve clean hair I

Holds First MeetingThe during the coming year will be M oy
elected at this time.DAUGHTER .

newly organized: Work Session For .... Lathers In hard or soft water.
Club of Parkway Junior ARRIVESMr r. "IftoJ. Leaves hair soft( radiant, beautifully -
held it's first meeting VFW AuxiliaryMrs. manageable. 16 oz., $1.59DriiaStores. .
and Mrs. Howard Swlnk of[ GUESTS Mrs. Paul Demole, president of
9th, under thejspomorslilp) Edw.: T. Cribbins, AuxilIary Theta Omicron of Beta
Edgewoixl Md. are announcing Chapter Sigma Sorority, chats
Bates ,
Mrs. Charles Hospital Chairman of the with guests from the Phi Beta Mu .
Chapter thesorority's p
At this meeting the the birth of a daughter, CatherineAnn
Titusville: Auxiliary 4228 Veteransof first meeting of the Seated from left
ol'ictrs: 'were elected: kF Jan. 7th. She I Is their third year. are, '
p Foreign Wars is calling a Miss Margaret: Hensley, Miss Doris Hooker and Mrs
President JOhh ; r > child. S. Sgt. Swink is the son of
work session Wednesday lit U Demole. Standing are Mrs. Philip Sellers, left and Mrs.
vice-president, Eileen "I"f.; R Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Swirk of[
a.m. in her home. Neal Griffith. (Carlson Photo.)
secretary Melissa Hell; Aurantia, and is assigned to the
er, Marcy Philips; Ser geant r All members arc urged to ai- Tech Escort Unit, U. S. Army. lie I ,
Arms Lee Funkliouser; tend bringing their own sand. was graduated from Titusville I"II'

I er, Christy Gonoa. wiches and sewing equipment. high school in 1954.rfiiT71w11' .
Other matters which

voted upon were the ( lutes Men'sJAZsTt7 Store
of dues and what days '! -1
would be lield. It was
that dues will be 25c a
f y
i and meeting!: would be held See Us Now For A Low Cost
the 2nd and 4th Thursdays Y

each month. AUTO LOANNorth
Plans for a Roman

to be held later this year,
discussed. OF LEATHER Mrs. William Gardner left, pre CZIlihNi
j a special gift to Mrs. James D Brown, president
>f Teresa's Catholic Woman's Club, during a recent I
11 Deborah Class for club officers and members of the board.
was a hand laced leather Missal cover etched
Plans Dinner
cross and Mrs. Brown's initials. (Carlson Photo.)

The Deborah; '
I First Baptist- Church of Miriam Circle
Surgery 'I'' Orlons Wool Wool Blends Worsted Wools and Wool Flannels
yule! met at the home of The Miriam Circle of the First

Ben Hursey, Tuesday Scobie, who un Presbyterian Church will meet d Were 10.00 NOW 7.95 Were 17.95 NOW 14.95
Plans were niadtj for the surgery last Thursday Wednesday, January 15, at 7:30:
ruary "Sweetheart Hospital, Orlando is p.m. in the home of Mrs. Jessie Were 13.95 NOW 10.95 -
when husbands are treated recovering saiisfactori( Peppers, 912 Indian Diver Ave
dinner out.Sickness. Is In room I 113. nue. Were 15.95 NOW 11.95 DACRON BLEND SLACKS

tuok a toll of I
Were 9.95 NOW 7.95
usual attendance. Those Were 18.95 NOW 13.95

sent were:
Mrs Robert Cute Mrs. KINDERGARTENNow Were 19.95 NOW 14.95

I gan, Mrs Ernest I'uckett,
Cuitis Futch, Mrs. E. I Registering Brevard'a Only I Were 22.50 NOW 16.95 SPORT SHIRTS I

Smith, .Mr Ray
Home-Owned Bank
Cotton and Colton ElandsWere
Mrs. Robeit II. ptrlJl1\hurl, Mrs.', FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I SPORT COATSWool
Ion Fryer. Mrs. (
I NOW 3.95
; and/ Mrs. Bert Cass. OF MIMS & Wool and Orion Blends 5.00
First National

j Little LeagueAuxiliary I Were 39.95 NOW 3195 Were 5.95 NOW 4.75

I 267-4436 siMSio ), Were 45.00 NOW 35.95 Were 6.95 NOW 5.45

The regular monthly I ltion $5-Tuition $17.50 mo., $5 wk r j.Mt Were 50.00 NOW 39.95 Were 10.00 to 20.00 NOW 1A OffSATES'
.cf the Titusville Little anO' I

Auxiliary will be held Afternoon Nursery 11:30: 5:30: I

day, January 15th, at 0:30: '"- "Your Financial Partner in Progress" i

at the home of Mrs. Pre-School Learning I MEN'S in Pirtle Plaza
Garrett 234 Golfvlcw Drive. Inspiration Refreshment Recreation Washington & Pine TUusrllle Titusville, 267-2416

Information ctll 2672391."I I I


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4 Monday. January 13, 1144 Tltutvlll'.e.( ......f.....A......... ..|. I In The Valley" "Vive la Com

pagme'. "Whispering Hope"and

'round town will end' the program( with

i :: I "We all Cheer For America.

\ R iun-d All, those an( tnjoyablo attending evening.The are in- ,,. .

oaruara carbon
Ph. 247-4151 2A74H4
I W'lfJl Nllog And Nofe11 r sof
II II I hat making interest t .groupof ;
I NortA 8revardI _
the Gateway Welcome Wagon
\ real old fashioned dinner
f Hub will get off to a New' Year's
I part was the setting for a birthday
J start at 9 30 a. m. on Tuesday,
Saturday evening;
Jan it it the homo( Louise
honoring Bert Freeman who Is'
Joys" 1 128 I! Overlook Circle.
fi The
rears young gala party

wa held at the Flotilla Inn Mi- Margaret. ;: I Kennedy, in-

Acacia Circle .. e where .1 I dozen guests enjoyed ItrlU'IIi.I)" to briny.; a sandMich -

3 f. Vn popular songs: of long ago played r i i niiihle as the (fun will

'Lr44e on a player piano. probihh ll.t t until the noon hour.
Hears Talk
Oeri was surprised when :bits

Margaret' 'Heller, owner of the
a k Mrs \i.n1.I.. Oswald, and Mr.sI.
By Jack Horton w restaurant, presented him with a Alb ri, \\I.. Nair' of Allrmlalfuolina.
lovely hlrthday cake Attendingthe !
T4L L' South are \'lslllnII/: the
celebration along with Mr
Acacia Circle of the Garden homo ..r' Mr and :Mrs\ Krnl :I'n ,.
and Mrs Freeman were :Mr and
SaltfMr > < the old Dixie Highway
Club met Thursday at 8 p.m Mrs J J Comic Mr\ and :Mrs! .
> n i \ old I is the mollirr "i< l
at the home of Mr. Kenneth T E: Wager Mrs Marv Ford
Mr la'' i Thryisitccl pointin -
MacLctin, 230! Whispering Hill: dv' Stanley Miller from Pittsburgh.Pa : .
-; w t rtIt Inh'r"" +t in' the SUte.
Road. Acting as co-hostess in :Mr and Mrs Clinton Stadia

Mrs. MacLean's luvcly modern (rain Wells Maine and Mr and Koons Attend Rites ,

i home featuring a huge pool and !Mrs F W Sands from LibertySo
At Weirsdale
patio overlooking the golf: course Carolina.

was Mrs Donald Whiting w Mr and MM J K. K i.'i.' li-fl t 1

MI"!. Lloyd Maine of St Louis !Mrs\ Dorothy t'uslnnan of t240Rhl'rsidl today fill WiindaU* where Ihrvwill

Mo., attended as iI i guest of her +f, r Drive enjoyed a weekend nttrwl!! funeral ur\ I'I'S for

daughlor-in law, Mrs\ Robert visit with daughter Jean In i Mr Komi' aunt Mrs W. I.
Heine, along with 17 members
of the circle. Orlando .<:. ;Jf Yanryvlu> died! Wednesday
morning.( She was In her nineties
Those present were Mrs Mac Recent houseguest of !Mrs and had visited here at the
sWINTER George Unwin, 7 Seminole was man and J J Condos at right gathered around the play. Koon home several times.

..,! Lean, Mrs. Whiting, Mrs. Lewis Mrs. J Frank Akin of Atiburmtalo. er piano at Flotilla Inn to enjoy music of long ago duringan

| Nail Mrs. Thomas Gru, Mrs. CARNIVAL BALL COMING Bobby Dunn, ticket chairman; and Mrs. !Mrs. Akin Is a nationally accredited old fashioned dinner party Saturday in honor of Free Funeral services were held at

; Ed Moore, Mr. Wm. Sandusky Committee chairmen for Titusville Junior Ralph B. Powell Jr co-chairman for the state flower show judge and man's birthday. About a dozen guests were on hand to the First I'ri',byterian Church

I '\ MM.. Philip Constans, Mrs. T. Woman's Club Winter Carnival Ball ball. In back are Mrs. Don Simon, king was guest speaker! at Trl City help Freeman celebrate his: 72nd:! birthday. (Carlson land interment was In the Weirs-

t .> A. Daniels, Mrs. Paul Estrada., met recently to finalize plans for the big and queen contest chairman; Mrs, Peter Garden Club's meeting Thursdayin Photo.) dale Cemetery)

1 Mrs John Hock Mrs. Jas. KilJ event scheduled for Feb. 1 at WhisperingHills Gaenicke, decoration chairman and Mrs the home of Mrs. A. J. Sidlowon

liard Mrs. Robert Heine, Mrs. Country Club. In front from left Bill Huffman, sponsor chairman. The U.S. Hwy. No. 1. home In Milwaukeelnconsln.. i

Jim Jiclia, Mrs. Vernon Jansen,, Mrs. Jack Larks club president Mrs. ball will benefit the new civic center -
)J are ; Theme of Mri. Akin's talk, "In Tho Traders moved here two fJc.ars f
Mrs. Wm. Kennedy, Mrs. R. Richard Andrews, general chairman; Mrs. (Carlson Photo.) An Oriental! Mood" brought many ago&: with their daughters j
R. Tibbetts, Mrs. John Moore
J Donna and Debbie. Don is part .
members to the dressedin
u, and Mrs. David Lukacher. Beauty Hints On colorful oriental meeting costumes owner of the Klvcrview Hestaur I I

4 Jack Horton, who is in charge JWC Winter CarnivalTo
WW Club Prior to the meeting Mrs. Akin ant and wife, Beverly, is a postal -

of the English studies in Ere- ProgramSome and Mri.\ Unwin enjoyed a lunch. clerk: at the Tltusvlllu lost Of. .

& vard County Schools, presented Benefit Civic CenterThe lucky lady from the audience con at the home of Mrs. L. I). flee Mt '

fl\ en interesting program on Bonfai will be selected to( receive Newman on Coquina) Ave.

>; the Japanese word for miniJ a beauty facial by Mrs. Louis The Home and School Ai.tocU'

,J ature trees. It has taken the home of Mrs. Ralph Powell At the Thursday morning; meeting Howell, local representative of Jim Maltbic of 182B Whisper. 'tlon of St. Terl'la' Catholic '

} Japanese from 50 to 100 yearsto Jr., on Fairglen Drive was the each committee chairman the Merle!\ Norman Cosmetic ing Hills Itoad is home again 'School will meet Monday evening ..

develop their charming little scene of much activity Thursday gave a report with discussions: Studios, at the Gateway Welcome after a week'. bout with illness\ at 8 p.m. In the seventh _

'' trees and they are valued poSt morning as member of the Ti- and recommendations following Wagon Club monthly luncheon on at Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital. grade room at the school Larry

%, sessions, are passed on from tusvillc Jr. Women's Club gathered Those attending the meetingwere Wednesday at the Colonial Lou. Jim, who( Is governor of McCarthy, president has an
He to make plans for their Win pounced that several Important i
one generation to another.) : Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. nge. Titusville's Loyal: Order of Moose / I '

; demonstrated the process of ter Carnival Dance. Powell general chairmen; Mrs. Lodge, will be home for about business matters will be din r.A ,,
pruning the roots to stunt the Mrs. Richard Andrews, general Jack, Larks club president; Mrs. In addition to the demonstration another week before returning to etissed' and urges all parents to M; i r
't ""
\ growth und planting the tree In chairman and her cochairman, A. Peter Gaenicke, decorations;; on facial care, Mrs. Kowcll work with Pan Am at the cape. attend< the t meeting. ; r.
i u flat unglazed container in Mrs. Powell conducted( this1 second Mrs\ Franklin Keller, door will have answers on questions Ardcliftlitful! program will be .r \' I

-. soil composed of .la sand and general meeting of the Carnival prizes; Mrs C. A. Terhune and concerning the care of various Weekend guests of Lillian\ and presented by seventh graderstinlrr \ ,,1: .,... .

!?I Va Georgia clay. Controls( fur< Committee chairmen. The Mrs' Jule Schmidt, programs; skin types and beauty problems. 410 Rob- the direction< of( their l (;\0, .---- I.
Howard Ben/.enhafcr, l
follows Selection, first meeting! to formulate plans Mrs. John P. Nelson, teacher, Sister M. Margaret .
growth arc as : patrons; Following the Mrs.Joseph jf: .... I
program bins Ave were their son Edward, _
f and was held in November Airs\ C. Richard McCotter tit the evening will bi \ ,
appeal, container, soil pruni patrons Highlight j.
Draper Kennedy, president :;.t
After a brief recess during the his wife Susan and daughter \ : -.. : .
i ing. Suggestions (for the type party; Mrs. Mark J. Good- will Important .the students interpretation of
''R of tree you might select to tievtlop Christmas holidays the Jr. Women kind, publicity; Mrs' Donald Sim executive present board some recommelt\. Nicole from DeUnd. The S nzen. the famous trial scene from ARTIST AT WORK Two members of Theta Omicron '

your own dwarf tree are once again ready to on, King and Queen contest; Mrs., ations to be decided Alsoon haters will have been married William Shukesnear0' "Mvr-\ Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority watch Mrs. Alice 4
1 really gel) clown to work on their Bobby Dunn tickets Mrs. Sheldon upon. 23 years on Jan. 14 and enjoyeda the Masterson as she demonstrates brush techniques! during
.4 were fir, cedar or sand pine. ; the agenda will be a' follow. .chanM f Vtnlee" and verse
chilidren .
:The with the
main the celebration
i 'pr jctOC year quiet ,
Brown, entertainment; Mrs. speaking choir's renditions of the sorority's first meeting of the new year. Mrs. Mas
the recent for .
on meeting
Delightful refreshment con- Winter Carnival. W. K.: Huffman, sponsors; and up over the week-end. ,":The'; Listener and "The terson presented a program on art and showed various .
the approval of the club's new
} fisting of sandwiches, cakes All proceeds from each phase Mrs.' Richard II. Simonct! earn .Thro t1e," paintings and murals she has done In her home. Watch-
and coffee served in the of the carnival will be donatedto lest treasurer. bylaws and the group's candidate John Harrison of 201 ThorntonAve. Mrs
were The. students will ales sing ing Mrs. Masterson are Mrs. Bob Keel, left and Harold
fund for the Jr. Woman's Club
I formal dining room furnished in the research an I building Winter Carnival arrived home Thursday following vailrui.t songs including "Down Fuller (Carlson Photo.)
Civic Centel. Queen.
for a Titusville
Colonial. Mrs.
New England
Work Day By VFW Members and guests are re flight: to California and ,.
Jansen nnd Mrs. Tibbctts pour. '. .
% Auxiliary Here minded reservations for the luncheon Tulsa Oklahoma After John had
i c-d. The centerpiece of huge Mrs. Trumbull Is I
must be made with Mrs planned his trip, he received
pink camellias came from Mrs.MaeLtan's ,
Auxiliary Leader Mrs. Ed T. Cribb.-m, Indian Jim Fisher, 267-7660 by Tuesday,
garden which con word that his mother, Mrs Joe
River City, Auxiliary Hospital She must be notified In order to I
tains u variety of unusually Mrs. Johanna Trumbull was Carter had been hospitalized be.
4 Chairman, was hostess to the make arrangements{ as requestedby .
? lovely plants. cause of a back Injury. Fortunately '
elected Wednesday, to serve as members of the Titusville Auxiliary the restaurant manager. j
Plans were discussed for theFebruary Auxili John was aMj to slop Inn
pusident of the Ladies 42i8, Veterans of Foreign:;: Mrs. Tony Novotny announces
j 1 10th Flower ArrangIng Smith, Ark. on the return
*| ary Barracks: 1196, World WarI Wars, Wednesday in her home. that cards will begin at 9:30: a.m. : .
at the Woman'sbuilding flight to visit her. ,
Veterans of the United States The day was spent working on prior to the luncheon and re

Club where Acacia and Louis Pepper was reelected cuffs which will be sent to Lake quests reservations be phoned into t
will act as hostesses. commander of the Barracks. V. A. be The "proof is in the pudiiin'! / : ,
os City Hospital to distributed her no later than Tuesday noon
t. The committee for this Other officers elected to serve among the patients 2677602. they always say, and what better

K* looked forward to the event arc with are Mrs. N. Gentile first proof could( wo have that there Is

| Mrs. Robert Heine, Mrs. David vice president; Mrs Melrose It was announced that the sale a strong desire for cultural development .

Lukachce, Mrs. R. R. Tibbetts, Koon, second vice president; of tickets on the Coffee and Tea V.F.W. Post home on Magnolia in our community than ,

.. Mrs. Thomas Gru and Mrs. Mr. W. H. Barnard treasurer; Server Is going very well and Ave. the tremendous number of young-

f- Vernon Jansen. All member Mrs. Orrin Wade, chaplain; Mri. that the drawing/; would be held Details will be revealed at a step, who turned out for Titus

and Friday evening, Feb. 14 at the Mlle Art League1 Instruction
will bring a sack lunch Chas. Slantis, conductress; Mrs. later date. i
Acacia will furnish homemade classes Saturday morning .tifi J
j Lou guard Mrs. Walter
1 cake and coffee. Personal The league originally scheduled JJ
Watson, trustee for three year 1
INC. ,
a! whiter one dais for Saturday J
Tho door prize, n potted A secretary will be ap
term. Plastic Foam Foam Rubber ttlllli;
Hearing mornings but the turnout atThursday' li
with, three huge
poinscttla plant .
the new president.The
pointed by Sewing .
Cut to Site Custom .
EONOTONE : was so
blooms, was won by Mrs. Don- new officers will be installed Security>
I Casual' Furniture
j aid Whiting. The next meet February ;Mb by ',i\1rs., ".. A:; o:!, .." .. great they scheduled an addition.
held 12th Model 2S04 S. Orange, Orlando, GA 2-2731 al class for Saturday afternoon.
ing will be February
Grace Lash, 7th District presi .
1I..ow. of Orland.tar
at tile home of Mrs. Wm. Clark dent. Mrs. Lash conducted the It.....11.. ".1.l...... ..*-.,'> 2105 N. Orange, Orlando, GA Fourteen children showed up for
the morning class and 28 for the
election, which followed a covered Materna Lane afternoon class This
Democratic Women dish dinner and gift exchange Clro'i Rug & Drapery Service
j held jointly with the Will to Wall. Rugs, Installation, I OF ORLANDO was so gratifying to Mrs Alice for homes that need t tNCE
Hear Office Holders Repairs, Bending, Serving CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOST Masterson, instructor and Mrs.
barracks. Rubber Cork Vinyl I COMPLETE' MATERNITY SHOPS LaVerne Hardin, Art League

The Democratic Woman's Club Mrs. Lash announced the next 'I Asphalt The : Ruth M. Beefy, Proprietor president they again changedthe electrical "PEP-UP" QP A
district meeting will be Feb Ito! Downlnq New Smyrna ..
of North Brevard held its mon .jU stnnxa As..ard. 8.11I original plans. Three daises
Phone 428 2612
thly meeting at the home of Mrs ruaiy 1 at the Legion Home on of IS children each will be held

Irene Boshoff, Thursday, Janu Luke!. Ivanhou in Orlando. Regis I' Learn Hairstyling Nowf I every Saturday, one In the morn It you luapoct that your houae suffers _

ary 9th. tration will be at 12.30 p.m. with THE FLORIDA SHAVER I Ing and two In the afternoon. from low Hounepower better call: your \ /
school of instruction 1:00: to 4p.m | WOODY'SHairstyling
honored to '
The women were SERVICEAll
Electrical Contractor for a free wiring 1 i
have as their guests Mrs. Edna I Makes Electric Shaver Service Institute Mr and Mrs. William Ever- l

Carlile supervisor of registration; Serving with Pepper! will be I F ctory-Triln Personnel IOU N. Mills man of 2021 LaGrange Ave. rereived check-up. s

Curtis Barnes, clerk of the circuit Frank Hearn, senior vice.com'I Parts In Stack-S.m. Day Service Orlando. 4256600l20rNTMilli a nice surprise last week. e lY
wiring y.
Clark Maxwell, tax mender; Walter Watson, junior 70 Years Experience ,
court; Their ion Charles flew his four- a
J assessor; and J. D. Nash tax col vice-cummander; Thomas Wat- I' M N. Orango-Orl.nclo. place Cessna airplane from Sabina tad plunty of handy switches and out. I 1 Q ijnlffDf

I lector. It was a very informative ion, quartermaster;' William FOR EVERY HOUSE Ohio, to the Arthur Dunn It'U-you'll really enjoy the convenience, iAP4 t

1 session( as the four office 11. Barnard, Judge advocate; FURNISHING NEEDMATHER'S Airpark for a short visit. It had economy and! o6 lend of bettor electrical:

holders answered various questions Fred Hcllcmeycr, chaplain; and I been a year since the Evermans
Orrin Wade Ntcnolas living now and la the all-elactrlo: futur.). I
members. trustees ,
1 ,
by the club I of NEW SMYRNACall I had seen their son. This was the
The next meeting will be February Gentile, and W. K. Love. r first time Charles had flown this

13. Thursday, 10:00(): a. m. Nichols Gentile was appointed Collect Smvrnn 428.4131Now B' ..rh I distance and he was accompaniedby t

at the home of )In. J. D. Nash aergeant-at-arms. I Orlando, GA 3-013S his friend John Hardin. superintendent .

Old Dixie Highway. Any Inter. The new barrack officers will I of the Sabina High \ 1o '

Cited Democratic women are Invited be installed on February 5th by The Most Complete, DiipUy el. HIGHEST ( UALl1 YDEPENDABLE School. 'j

to join us In the comirg 7th Distrkk Commander FrankL. Office Equipment end SERVICE I : i ll

meeting.! Lath of Winter Garden. Office Supplies In This Area. TERRAZZO FLOORS i Gateway: Welcome Wagon Club t
We b.v. a .ar..maa l la your
sea every d.,.. OWENS will hold a regular luncheon 1
Bishop Office! Equip. Co.. Inc. INC. I meeting Thursday In the Colonial -
Pilot Club To Hear Ixora Circle To I TERRAZZO,
Office" rqulpment Co.. laa. t
14 10:. Colonl.l: P,. OrUndO Call New Smyrna L -ach Collect I IGA II Lounge. Guest speaker for the 1i
Talk On Publicity Meet WednesdayThe OA 2-tWt Col ltd 1II,51I occasion will be Mrs. Louis Row- t tir

I Titusville Pilot Club will meetat Ixora Circle of the Garden I THE PET SHOP I I stration.ell will give Prior a makeup to the meeting demon d'xo tJjfofla mcless &%eZu& *r a
at the I II
12 noon Wednesday Club will meet Wednesday 8 p.m -
South be I CHARLES SLADE III members will play card beginning ... Ire enin*. 7001
Normanlie Restaurant on Hostess for the meeting will 'lwerytfllll9" For Your Pet"

U. S. 1. Mn. E. Dean Breissealc on 4211 Fancy Collars lashes Teyi RARE COINS at 9:30: a.m. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT C0MPANY
will w In regard Beverly Street. Speaker for the
The program I We Buy end Pay More of Echo Mal/raeau/r0FLOar0A I
Budge, Flsn, rupples Supplies The Don Treder family
win be Mrs. Jerry Herrin. -
and speakerwill evening

Star.Advocate.ta1f.be to William publicity Lyerly of the of .Beauty"' Her subject. trill be "Show. i7t N. Orange, Orlando. GA '..17U.i. I I 11U Largest Ne. Orange Stock of Coin Orlando Around, fI,-oJl( Circle return will. :" to be leaving their former Fridayto


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Page. Tltuivin (FforlJi) Stir Advocate Monday, January 1', 'I64

_. Swim Schedule

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Sports : ; .;J < .. ,., <<-
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For THS FullPractice :T0WIt Ai


.. for( various spring ruary The girls will competein ... .
spcrts will be getting underway the 50, 75 and 100 yard dashes
at fitmville high school within plus 220 and 440 yard relays ''';
c month, John Games, athletic and :50.75 yard hurdles. ....
Track Coach Not Making director said Wednesday Start and run broad broad jump
Schedules for the schools sec. along with Softball throw for ""attnuawe
ond swimming season has been distance and throwing the t p a.
completed, along with girls' and pound shot.Following.
boy'i track and Intramural Is the girl and boy
basketball ilates swimming schedule:

Any Season PredictionsCoach Swimming coaches Larry March 17 Cocoa Home seas cars +r ,
Monhollon and Sue Thomas said March 20 Melbourne Home n
jl weather )permits practice will March 24 Satellite Home

Don Godwin Is not male begin;: the last part of February March 26 Eau Gallic Home
ing,-any predictions concerning Morthnlbn said the combined March 31 Colonial Home
hit'1064 track team. leans: should have nearly 40 April 3 Satellite away

Not that he doesn have faithIn returning'! lettermen, since only April 7 Melbourne Away ,
dais boys but "competitionwithin two swimmer graduated from Apr:I 10 Cocoa Away
and outside the county will last years squad. April 14 Eau Callie Home
be Tougher: this year than before Mass: Thomas) also girls track April 18 County Wide Meet I
!," according to Godwin. c t' coach, taul they' have! two county Satellite
.We should have at least 35.40 wide meets scheduled in May 2 Group Meet Away
1 boy out for the squad although Cocoa for January 25 and Feb. May !9 State Meet Away PLEASING APPEARANCE The Town the Hopkins Avenue entrance to the pop-
mart of them will be inexpert Motel's new marquee is a big attraction ular tourist spot. (S-A Photo.)

eased and the entire squad win completely changing the _appearance of
lack depth in some positions. Houston Coifs To Play 28 GamesIn

VO1 course, we will have Paul Fl Lauderdale. Horseman's Club Airman Lambert Is
Wynn Ken Hadaway, Dean Lotz, The 45s will meet National Airman Of Month
and Maury Roberts some of our Florida Out Of Cocoa Camp League opponents> 13 times, including Slates MeetingThe

standouts Jut year, back for an the World Champion Los North Brevard Horseman Airman First Class Kenneth
few The Houston Colt 43s will play five Arizona based clubs as their Angeles Dodgers, one game; '
other season, plus a more, s Club will meet Monday G Lambert of Atmore, Ala., has
2a pre-season games in Florida oppontenls Pittsburgh Pirates, one game;
Godwin .
evening January 13, at the Fire Airman
this spring, including 12 at their Philadelphia Phillies, four been selected Outstanding
The 431 will be .
Wynn, a junior holds the county meeting for House In Mims.This
new Cocoa Florida training Cincinnati Reds, ore of the month in the 4420th
vb games;
pole vaulting record for '63, the first time in history seven marks the beginning of a
base it has been announced by game; New York Mets, two Combat Support Group
clearing the bar at 11 feet whilea Colt 43s' General Manager Paul American League clubs, including games; St Louis Cardinals, two new year and Interested personsare llurlburt Field, Fla
sophomore Godwin said Wynnis RECEIVE CHARTER Members of the Titusville Little
Richards! the American League and the Milwaukee urged to attend this meeting\
lifting the fibreglass pole instead League Board of Directors are holding a charter they estimate Airman Lambert. a United
of the Swedish steel, and he The Houston spring training champion New York Yankees In Braves, two games Plans are being formulated for
cost nearly $700.) The charter sanctions the Little States Air Force information
schedule: will March 14 two games; Chicago White Sox, The Colt 43s will break the big April horse show and the
be able to clear 128 be- open on camp
should> League Senior Division( (Pony League) for the first time ipeeiatist, was chosen for the
and of all membersis
help support !
fore the end of the season. in the history! of the league. Cost of the charter includes against the Philadelphia Phil- one game; Minnesota Twins the evening of Saturday, April solicited and seeded in hon r in recognition of his exemplary .
lies in Clearwater and will con. three games; Detroit Tiger, two 11 and fly to Cincinnati where making .
of the best miler ) franchise insurance and several other items
Probably one necessary conduct and performance
this affair of the and
elude en April 11 In Cocoa games; Baltimore Orioles two will the National Lea. one biggest
) in the county, Roberts, a Left to right. George Arnold, Director, Jay Campbell they open best ever held in this area of duty
again I their Oklahoma games; the Kansas City' A's
City gue Championship season on
standout on the basketball team. president, and George Marovich, vicepresident.SA(
was Godwin's most dependable Photo.) farm club. three games, and Washington Monday, April 13, against the The airman, son of Howard G
The Colt 45s will meet 14 major Senators, one game for a total Reds. Lambert of loa S. Trammel At
distant runner last year, placing
I If have rental
league clubs and all of them of 14 against American you of J. U.
fourth In the state meet. Roberts hurdler; Steve Forrester broad around 10.5 and showing improvement Pitchers and catchers will begin more, is a graduate ,
except the Milwaukee Braves League opponents workouts in Cocoa on Monday Blachshere High School Uriah, .
rash the mile in 4 32 Jumper and sprinter; and Woody day Godwin housing list it in
11 think with a little more practice Dardin. sophomore! sprinter and every will be new preseason opponcnts Big dates with the Yankeeswill February 24 and the remainder Ala, His wife, Johnnie, is the
bY'' several] seconds," Godwin Backing Lots on the shot and discus will be James Marshall trained in Arizona with just the Cocoa and Sunday April: at report on ,Monday, March 2 N. Nance or Titusville
} .
said. from Arizona and Jerry Townsend
discus will be Ronnie Carlisle
Ken Hadaway will be one of .
Godwin's fastest sprinters retarn- and Howard England. Both boys
let from last year, During the are showing good potential" Other players believed to be r IN PARTNERSHIP

6> campaign, Hadaway ran the Godwin .ald. ready to tryout for the team .
l -yard dash in 10,5 seconds Several) transfer students are will be Kit Oglesby, "a real fine !.
Godwin said he will also count also expected to give good team 880 man"; Leonard Lundy, returning Yx .
h a>ily on Clifford Cooper, a sen depth on the hundred yard dash letterman, runs hurdles '. : :
, tot sprinter and relay man; Mark Sandy Loveless a Junior from along with 220 and 440 as wellas :" WITH FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
. W nand, a Junior hurdler; Ohio, and Che rile Hodges of California broad and high jump; Don V
Juries Conrad, also a Junior are running! the 100Ramblin' Toney senior sprinter; Dennis c; ,
.------------ --- Bobik, 440 and nice 880; Howard ; : LOAN ASSOCIATON OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
I -- .... .... I Bain, a fast sprinter along with
several sophomores, Larry Zimmerman -
] With Ronnie
? 440; Glenn Long, 220,; :!.: ,
I Lawrence Neiman, 220; Keith
BonaU Kilgallen, ago; Jerome Thomas -
By Hughe ,
: broad jump and Bob Watkins.

: With the roundball season only a few weeks old, hot- \S e LOOK
"We lost two of our finer : AHEAD .GET AHEAD
shots at THS are barely keeping above the water, floatinga 0 .r' .
J7-5 average. sprinters InlIke\ Polchlopek :

r across town near the Indian River, another teamisicarrying and Perry Ripple Both boys of! .
helped tremendously Also graduating 'tII.
an unblemished record, since a recent contest ...
ire Miami off last year's team was P. ..

I Rodney Thompson and Bob Kemmerling are George Hall, a high jumper, and ,,, "';.'
preparing ""
I their team for one more drenching bath, which in a all around man. Jim Magers\ S.._./w w The figures here tell a story of growth, but there's another story behind

noise, will resemble "dead man's float.:'* threw the shot and discus, and that story It's all about how people with an eye toward the future workin
Jim Wortham ran the 220 hur
; These three words sum up the Miami-Nassau boat
rye dies All of these boys were fine partnership to make plans become realities.
in a nutshell. This race has been called the world's
tojjghest and we can understand why But for Thompson athletes and this is going to make
dent in this "
a large squad.
Kemmerling it may be tougher than we think. Ever Godwin said'Probably. First Federal Savings and Loan Many of these plans call for safe, profitable savings. Small amounts
tried driving a 21 foot open boat over 150 miles on the put

A lantic""Ocean? one of the best Association of Indian River CountyVERO away regularly for generous earnings and compounded growth, or large
I It won't be a picnic served with potato salad and soda teams in the county will be

pup, just plenty of water, hopefully on their pert probably Cocoa, although Melbourne and BEACH. FLORIDA "f amounts,'-mm+t invested in one lump. sum for extra income and a fluctuationf -

jitst moisture splashing across the bow or stern. Eau Gallle will also take their principal. Here savers find the profit, safety and convenience they
At first, we were surprised when Thompson announced share of the meets," he added. I
only hours following the Miami race, they planned Clive Calloway of Eau Gallle STATEMENT OF CONDITIONAS want in a savings program.
tcr enter their home-made Merc-ciuiser', :Inboard-outboard, will give a big boost to the Commodores
named:Missile: Mist",.since the boat is small, compared to especially since he already OF DECEMBER 31 1963
scnne, that would venture a trip such as this. holds the state Class AA People with home-owning plans get low-cost practical help too. Our home

But, the team has started adding racing equipment, high jump record. Calloway is finance programs made possible by savings funds, enable even families of
1 including a new California-designed cam to the 327 cubic also a good sprint' man ASSETSFirst
inch mill and that's when we knew there was no fooling. modest means to enjoy the pleasures and security of home ownership.
'Seabreeze will also be hardto
TCey really meant It. Mortj.. Leans , $285759.
beat "
last "
although year we upset "
"This whole thing can go down the drain, Thompson
said, "If the water is rough, we won't even unload the boat, them twice. They beat us Leant en Savings" Accounts , ? '" 620230.74 If you're looking ahead to financial progress and home ownership, there'sa

because slim." our chances of completing the race would be very once missing at several DeLand,of but our we sprint were Real l Estate Owned . " ." ... .. 7,245.76 place in our story for you. Why not stop in soon and let us help you'to

I The only real problem concerns the water. If waves en," Godwin said Seabreeze Federal Horn Bank Stock .. .. . .. 330,00000 make your plans become realities
went to win the state title
aie high and the boat leaves the water while the engine is on Building Land, Parking Let I Improvements .. .. 12271543

running wide open there's a big possibility of tearing every Last year'a squad had a recordof Furniture and Fixtures .. . .. .. .. .. 4161971Prtptld
thing up especially the motor and propeller system Wea 7 wins and 6 losses, beating
is Federal Insurance Premium . .. .. 107,24078
hoping for calm waters, Thompson laughed. 15 teams in 7 meets and losing "
Anyway, Thompson is real proud of his boat and believes to( nine teams in 5 contests Deferred Chirps and Other Assets . 4028627 arSPECIAL
, the craft is large and sturdy enough to make the ex- U. S. Obligations ,. .. ... .. .. U.I&1.I3 1

i ctjrsion It met length qualifications by only one foot over Federal Horn" Lean Bank Notes . 1,144,904.25
the minimum and will Mercury s Chevrolet engine, ','
tinned to the gills." The carry Mer ruser kit, which combinesa EXPERT' y Cash ". . . .. .. .. 1,038.131.19 7,250,429.97 .1

Mercury outboard drive and Chevy engine is Rodney'sp WATCH TOTAL ," . .. .. .. , , ,. $37,597,72U7CAPITAL REMINDEROpen
project. REPAIRS .
Before the first race, he had come questions about or Add To Yeur Account oa or Before the> 10th of
the engine, mainly. "Would it hold up under the constant AND LIABILITIES
Any Month to Draw Interest From the First
full blast running? r.IEXPERIENCED: Savings.. Accounts .. ... .. .. ' $32.n1,0a3.6.
t Now, living near Daytona residing in a car racing
state: practically everyone knows engines blow up under Loni In Proctu .. ... .... .... .. .. .. 1704,32

race conditions. WATCHMAKERS REGISTERED Other LlabilitUs and Deferred Credits . . 13,632.10 ,0fIRST FEDERAL
has the secret. Just combine ,t-
Evidentally, Mercury ., Provision' for .J.r.1 t Income" Tax .. . .. .. /1,839.N (
the two, engine and prop and they work fin*. The short To repair your time piece UcIronically < -

engine> may not hold up the finest for 400 or 500) ) miles driving and to assure yoj of Specific Reserves . . ... $ 2..500.00 : SAVINGS and LOAN

?:{ on land full blast but, put it inside the hull of a boat quality workmanthlp. General Rtttrvts ., .. ... .. .. 3,754,09X17 Association of INDIAN RIVER
aid the reactions are totally different. Get the\ typo of Witch Repair COUNTY
t "The Merc-cruiser: gave us no trouble in Miami's You can depend on Surplus ... ... ... .. .. .. ... .. ,. .. 292.W4.J9 3,044.780.50

orange Bowl Regatta run, so unless we hit unusually rough TOTAL ... ... .. . .. ..,. ..... .. .. .. $37..5'7,721.J1 VERO BEACH, FLORIDA
wj ter, it should work like a top, he said. ChUlnhcrsJcvclcrs
{ Thompson said he plans to add enough equipment on

tlje; engine to develop nearly 400 horsepower. MEMBER DIRECTORSR.
"We'll have toM commented 'Thompson '"Our com-
pjtltion will include two engined diesels and motors of that I Jewelry of The Better Kind" federal 1 Horn ,Loan Bank System W. SEDGWICK J. J. SCHUMANNT.
nature. It's going to be tough, just trying to stick up with Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
tHem," Thompson added. Convenient Term G. THATCHER T. A. STEWART
e The boat, fa on display at Titusville Pier Marina PlrtU Plaza, Tltutvlllt
11\ Thompson said he plans to start production of the $4,500 247.7193 CURRENT DIVIDEND 4Vt% PER ANNUM J. R. GRAVES W. T. ZEUCHi

. brat the first of February.

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4 Monday, January ,19M ;r14.y, Jmvny 1/, 1N :ftfV.,1'fii (IlrYdiiNid.4 Idrieifi. ;.-.7. .

I Bowling News

Wednesday Night Fri. Nit Mixers I.f

High individual game: George High Mann' series' Team No

Marshall 245; George Shepherd 2125; Flowers of Di
243; Bill Holme, 239; Skip Johns, 2ftlJ: ; Team No\ 17, 2007 4
232 High' inrfvl! l\nt series t

High individual series! : Gordon and Tomma
Terriers Whip New Smyrna Friday Shepherd Ml ; George Marshall, rarren. STI; T. Davis: and J f
SM! ; Skip Johns 537.; Hill Holmes I limn, 491.

552i .
High individual game .
i High tram game: T & O Music Rogers, J1U: Joyce' Alllinn (

875.High!! t tram series: T & O Music Charlotte Jarrcft 18fTHigh ; J tJ
team Team
And game: No .
Drop Commodores On Saturday 2348.Marshall's 733; Team No. 12, 719IIKIHtlNt .
241 game set a new Wen. a
season lush for the league T..m Nit, n lit t
riowrr of nintlnriMn 4*
Standings Won Lost Alt Amrrlmn 11 : ..

Ww Smyrna's race horse Trw? Barrovtmart with 19 pants! Kathy's Steak House 3f27vj' Y..KH-BiiT' .r" Kin* m J4 : .
brand tt ball and r full court: .I and 6ofc Comparator' IS, tart Tfrlirtvilt T & GII:IMC 36' 1 iiV Team, No 4 31:
press the second half had TI- *! flY a 70-51 vfctorover{ :JGI; 27Vfr loam No, t :n
' tiwvillefunrtMtf' \' in circles henIrid'a Tad: Gallic Sitnrd'ay' night Gateway: I Lanes 3d 28 '1<>orrr* riirtfonlr: n 41'k:I .Idr e.
roam No. U It\
) night, Titinvilfe jumped oft tN art First National Hank 33 29 T,..m No T :11 ,
The' Terriers! which three fin Restaurant 14'j ream. No 1 :i\ : a
probably faTty point lead tat tk* Duffy 29 j V'It. 21 .
h1W I\'t Met a* fast! a team asNeal quarter' Wf-lJ' then outscored thCftmmodlorM Ray Nelson Insurance 33 31 PfKnl No .ft :2JU
Smyrna1' alt year, were! completely inr' the second per- First :Mortgage\ Corp 33 31 Tram Tiain Ne No. 2 1(1( in 1/'
ftntfled1\ for t time', although Graham \ 33 3* :n
hxf J2-17 t/1 \ \' a speedy recovery in the ct 2121. BudweK'r 30 J League
fmal1 five minutes save Titusville Considered i second' frail team, Citi/en flank 27 37 .. .,,. ,
their sixth win of the !season' 72- ,: -
the\ Terriers came ftaelt In the Uohn Landscaping 15 49 High ImlivMual1 came ,...
5T Chad' period1, scored 19 points' and!! it narV1)! 210; Steve' Lanngle-, .t -

Tifusville's bucketing' duet, Bob then added 23 In the final outing Martin Mixer League Hifrh Individual series:
C and Pauf Matthewstook while Eau Gallie was held to 8 Bath. :I"dj; hilt Saskn, 544. professional ;

turns! scoring points, during C34 and 19. 4 Frantic Four won three! from High team game: B and( ;; driving a ,golf, .f ;
tile the Odd Balls (;ll'l'tn's!\ three ?
first! and second half, and Barrowman, who led'thf scoring ; Shlrt'l.ettrring, SSI !
combine scores tone< 43 points( for Titusville, scored seven 'from the Titan IV'II; 5I'11-ln'; :1 J High team series: n and : > { ) giving

lit !We' tirst Half, Matthews sank: '4 field goals, 4 free throws, 18; from King Pins. Shirt, 1619.fdin l } to make use /

seven! '' field goals and' four or five Comparato, three field goals 9 Bob Magee had n SI I? snrics, ,. ? Van I use the .:, ;
free rtrows tot Itf points and free throws, 15; Matthews, 3 stelta H>llcy, rolled 13t, 178 and II A K whirl J...'"'rlilir 4rf :! |} in case of

Comparato Hit\ another 13 in the field goals, 8 free throws, 14 193 games. r Mumh nm No Ilnvni-Un t :17 au : ( .) a
second' ? period, mostly on drives point; Jarrell, 3 field goals, 8 Hohe Short converted the 67 IIH"IK... Kxiuinr Liini-i' No i :N ;: -
through\ (the center points; Cooper, 1 lieU goal, 2 split and Don Millner. :)110 llrlli. .| lUill.lop N"1.. II: I 1 Resultst
... -
In the first! quarter, Titusvilie points Hl ndln. Nun IOIM I -
MO> M InShu
jumped off to a three point lead In* II 81 I

and' Hen scored 21 points in the Titan King Ilit lye U I 1.: 33 U I
second' period t> read at halftime Spartans Spill "'rnntl. Pour 1:1':] > 411'' i s
Odd Halls .', ',
2 41'
34-24. The Terriers then scored ONE LOW PRICE!'
16 point in the third, 22 more Nelson Ins. League

In the fourth, while New Smyrnawas A Pair At Home .
held fa 13 end 20J high individual game Vera

1)J During'' the!' fourth'' quarter, Wilson, 221; Jean Out'llette,, 196 s

:Matthews, Maury Roberts and Over Week-End High individual series' Rose.
Tim Earrowman all fouled out mary Welch, J52; Vera Wilson
within a' matter' of (wo minutes 548. i r
Brevard! Junior College
and this Is when New Smyrna High team game: Gin Faulk /
tarn split a pair of games over
begair t t&< narrow the' icOre! Atone Chevrolet and Uudwoi: No 2, a
the weekend defeating; Daytona
stag In the game, the Barracudas 107,
Beach JC 66-58 Friday night and
were only eight points behind High team series: Rattan Room
losing to Orlando JC 8679 Saturday
and Burlwciser No. r. IOSZ:
TirusviHe hit 17 of 28 free Splits,: Barbara !Miller 57 1I 1
throw for 00 per Cent Jim Thomas with' 21 points led Nova Thurlow, 5-10NtMllillnia r

Coach Art Tolls'! used substf- the Spartan Friday a* they !Dad "'.... i.mot .,
Rattan Roonl ":I',. 14'% CHAMPIM TW(1IL
tutes freely throughout the second to come from behind a 29-23 Lane.. Inc o 18
halt, PALM WATCHER Tim Barrowman, left, must have halftime deficit to win With five MI.lle Kotnra :29'.! 14'.. .
Scoring for Titusville were written something on the palm of his' hand before Friday minutes left, Dan Gibson hit a n 1-11 ndwel..r Pond Slorea 29'1 5''. 18'16%% ..

Matthews with 22, Comparator, night's New Smyrna, Titisville''' game UnidentifiedNo three.point play to put the Spar h UdW"I..t. Fin:I It No Chevrolet, 2 215 25 20 214 a
21;. tarry Jamil, JO' ; Barrow .- H seems: itrtnettWarf: worried as he Razes diTettl? at taas In tilt lead for the first time. ) irtutl, In lIr.nr. 26 27"h.rr..r' 1

man, 9, Roberts 7; Cowart 2 and Barrowman's hand Also starring is Titusville Maury Scoring behind Thomas were, .. ll 1IIotn..rdw.rtC 2N 2I"; 25a4'.Cotlr. 2:1': iiA 4

Cooper 1, Roberts, No. 23 Clock in background shows the Terriersare Gibson and' Whit.iom 12: each' 01.59! Clot.) 20'h 2y" ANY SIZE '
John Lavin scored 11 for New leading 50-35 with !9 seconds remaining in the third Mink W, King' 7, Sf.tip sod Lewis Tom a l'.anul.' 21 2. 2.24"WRMF NO LIMIT GUARANTEE '

Smyrna Jim Toms, 10; and quarter. (S-A Photo.) 2 each, I .U a Do.. :2''%" 211'". Hi limit HI mites tit limit in months a
Biniu VOKIiHnuthnlito 2'/ IN
George Kennedy, 10. Saturday night it was the other [ Suburban' Impose Motor Supply :21'4 214.''"" 21\2II1t'. Ht limit fat the ti intlm ipndt Ml a Hi fifes limit roes M null 10013, 6.ED-13,7.5
BJC held 44 40 (Metropolitan I I 1lrein.urnn
way around; a* f ,
Benefit FromLeglslafwe lead at halftime but\. turned) |M! .nolU Tavern. 20 19 27 29% .:
"cold", watched *i the 6rlando> No. 1HvT 18 HO
Modern Precitaon-Bolded
o Mu l team pul\. *<* IntO' a SOW>Jratl wltlIi'll' Iftly Nelson InnJaikinn U" sty !
minute, to* play aiW won 'i Ml nit Mk. 13 8& TREAD DESIGN I h'I'
Act --------
Joins away. for tafi stepping It I $1
home team won ((53-50! In a thriller I III l
end \
TJWmW8'S\ to; scorer with 2d commit if
43.n'Y ag. The Tigers ht'ldI/ 17-II lead at
florida's fresh water! fishermen "w ka 1 1I points, lofloweM Ay Gipson 21, the end of the first period and r /

are already beginning to Whitson 13, Stapp'. and Lewis 6)) were outscored from then 1>11. I I IJ

reap some benefit from the each, Wink 4, Riffg, 2 and Hoff They were ahead 31.27 at hatt Safety-'Grtifi.cf I

Fresh Wafer Fishing Improve. I I r I IIt 1 Il men\ 2 ,.time and 44.41: at the end of three NYLON CORD BODY Tubeless or tube.type BlackwaUsWhrtewalls
merit Act! of 1967: and: may ex period Dunn had 27 point and
for txtra slranplhetd
pec< more and better fishing as I (Cocoa Tigers Seenwr 1* for the Tigers V im"ct flJiJt ncI ''I Only *3 More
time passes and fishing improvement As a result of their week performance r

programs expand, according the Tiger, who were Thtst tot* fit frost
to A. D. Aldrich' director, Find 14" Is rated number one squad in the
Game and Fresh Water fish state for the past three weeks, SUP R-TUF* rubber Cirs, DON'T WISS dUT''

Commission; fell It7 t( third pf-ee with 148 points For thoustnia elixtra f "
The Fishing Improvement' Act Unlucky NumberCocoa1 in the Miami Herald weekly cage L miles ol weal say hay g a It". .

of 1963 provides for sit increase J poll St Petersburg with 11.0 Is FIRESTONC T M. MONEY* ClOWTI with trade in tin
resident the top team In the state with
of one dollar on each : rrcryiretOltt
WESSINGER DOWN alternate : High got by "unlucky 13'
Boyd Wessinger, on
186 votes. Hialeah has 8 0
fishing license This dollar1 Is set a record
the Titusville' basketball teams appears to be "out cold" okay on Friday night but found! and totaled 171 point. '
aside to be used for improvementof Tampa N'd LI .rr .GCiAA'ANTEE
number It ar rough one to handle
fresh during Friday night's contest with New Smyrna. Wes- Hillsbnrough\ with 9-0 was voted ,
Florida's water fishing *
In reporting on the singer was knocked down by two players while attempting and dropped he first cage game* in third with 182: point, is honored by thousands and thousand of Firestone dealers

of the first six: month!progress 6f the to gather in a rebound (S-A Photo.) ol The the Tiger season-, WHO" defeated Titus In other action Involving county and stores in the United States & Canada.,. >.wherever you travel
team, Titu viTl.
defeated New
fishing improvement program: ville Tuesday night 2219, whipped FULL LIFETIME GUARANTEE .
Aldrich said the Commission has DsytonaSeabreeze 59.53 on Smyrna 7257 Friday and] Fan .Iilntt d.r.ct.1 l t wokm.n.hlpand mat.rld.l tour FIr..ter* OUAHANTIl prevldo
approved 23 fish management Friday nigh with Bob, Stinnett Gallic 7051 on Saturday, and road twicrd Imuriti" (IOC.pt r.palrablo pr.ttlort >g"nK tlr. ,...IV,. from
Melbourne whipped Satellite 56 pun.twaor" IK. hid, ef'Ii.. or'final' '''041. dotn of sad< hatard. Ilk* tn.M ,
areas in twelVe eoUntie, with scoring 29 point and Harry Dunn
J8 on Friday and Satellite came NO LIMIT ON MILES OR MONTHS 8 u"l G
53,821 acres of water' now under counting IS back to defeat New' Smyrna 5932 i 1
But< Saturday night the 4. r. .crnm* u. proratad on iitti wise i
intensive management! to produce Tiger ; Saturday a05t1.'gpnd,. caatcaucahMeal', / .,_. :
Sod bi 4 *n fKOtlon* ptwo cuntnl at Dm* t
maximum fisl ing. Another ran info a Falm Breach team bent( of adl."mf"

47 areas are presently being con.sidered on revenge tot an earlier, loss to I I'hla4'a I
and under various stages Cocoa) in Cocoa) The\ game was akaw itItt. _slang l.mpehir.ly' "k....''11..,...D..,.,. and a'all "nk. ...tl... "",..,11I g"If. '1,..'_dgw I

of management Ten public boat r4'i played m f Im' beach and thlOAHS"50T.600' HONDA .

ramps and access sites were
completed during the past six 21 ,4tt I 8TransistorPorfabl

months and over fifty miles of [ "World's Ne. 1 CycU" Radio

boat trails have been cut through 4 Cycl No Oil Mix
-0.. .; ,
] inaccessible and
) grass
vegetation fl.eatsa. F4nnNu14riAest., Heavy-duty
R.., 'atM, ..... .
Established fish managementareas -05 molded rubber
are as follows: Polk County 6 ll
r A Non .kid design f
r r :
Lake Cooper, Lake Julinnna, 1 i'I i
Lake Mattie, Starr Lake, V-C I Ii *. Fit
Cflfistfn' Recreation Area and Choice Of
Saddle Creek Recreation Area; $1688 BATTERIES colors: white?

Pasco County, Lake Jessimine; -. F..lur.. Inrlud lurwrb lane red, blue;.
lallsborough County, Pleasant Smart ebony r..... pulfnp green, black Only' EACH
Grove Area; PrneBas County; ) hiiull, m<(n.lic 'Ihone.

Lake Tirpon arid take Seminole 348 TilrarlBeSoule 9 ,

; Alacnu* County.' e fkrk.
Orange Lake", tau Lachfcosa ModelsiFrom
and Lake Newnaiv DMie! County W.abfnptoo 247-43J1 mm@Wffim D .

Governors fill;Lake; PHONE OWl $$299 >to $$795 Il 1O9 HOPKINS lr _

Walton Count Juniper Bay; Corner lf1' eL. e
;, I I-- L __i ONE DAY SERVICE Orange
Lake; Santa Rosa County\ dear l HAM'S 267. 4150 .
Lake; Broward County, llger- Ctth 24 Monthly -- or Xppftances
tail fits; Somter County, take T. Yaw P.ym.nt. Sporting! Good

Panasoflkee. 8.89 r CYCLE( CENTER M, r Uwrl A (lards.OPINCHAROIACCOUttT .

Approved but tot official at CUDAS' SCRAP- Shown above are three New Smyrna $150.00 $ i Bicycles,. Radio' TV

this time are Blue Cypress' Lake Baracudas scrapping for the ball Notice how the arms 300.00 17.79 I'' Magnolia PUi, Tltvtvlll } Car Accessories

in Indian River and Lake L w. are intangled{ yet, there art no Terrier inside the mess 450.00 26.23 547 King S,., CM*. TITUSVILLE'S OUTSTANDING CAR SERY CE CENTER

cry Perch Lake, Blue Lake and they're fighting among fticmselTesr. Standing hi thebackground h l.tN.i St., Eau Galli. LOW PRICES EASY tERM ,

Lake Magnolia Ui\ the Camp Is Maury Robert 23, and Paul Matthews, 600.00 34.39 <'N* d 2 Whlc-S.. Haft'l&oM"' TOP QUALITY "
Blandmg- area of Clay County far right. (S-A Photo.) I


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r Page TMuivlllt' (Florida) Star Advocate Monday, January 13, ",64 I kMutual

-- County Seeking 'c :: Two Insurance Firms Are Merlled

Federal Funds I Ir : : J Insurance Service arId South Street in Forest Hill]

Traffic Surveys Ip { L Lit Ls Brevard Underwriters, two local tales.

f4 < Insurance agencies are being Hoffman has gone back
Released To (Improved traffli Conditions oetweon -
consolidated into a new firm, to
Hiti i ape Ktnnc '.y.Cocoa Michigan to make arrange
be named Brevard Mutual Insurance
Beach! and/ mainland\/ areas are for nwinHe expects toby r I
ounly Schools E,ufifu In three actions taken by Agency, Inc. Feb. IS with his wife and

the Piarcl of County Commissions ... Officers are Mrs. Deity Jones cnilclren, ages 2 to 11If .
i here Thursday. : president; Thomas
Florida Congressman
and N. E. Jones vice.presidents;
J, Guimv said Friday he commissioner Lee YVcnner ask. I you have rent
and Ron Hoffman, secretary
not;fled dovard County ed for pasujHo of a resolutionto
list it i ir
treasurer and general manager housing,
Woodrow the State Road Department
Also having an interest In the
The Star Advocat
seeking a traffic/ on the -
din' that the Department survey whois
business are Russ Shastccn
I 11, filth Education and WL' Bennett Causeway to determinea
and Char
of sales
In charge
.. minimum speed limit He gala
h.I' approved Gurney's
r' les Jackson, an account exec
$Hut a total of $339,108 of pointed out thai this, limited access utive. r-- w

614,800 due Brevard .1 toll highway was designed to f 's ,. ,
..i Hoffman
the firm
Nt Tr Newcomer to
idc Fultral Aid to I move traffic rapidly to the Cape
: r Is 40 old ami a graduate I I New
= yean
ii Kcnnc and slow traffic
y area
be paid prior to
.1.i i tttr. r of Michigan[ State In 1920
the full t"" was harzardous i i
"uial" approval of
1 A. lie has had 14 years experiencein home
tJ re '. Wenner also asked for a letter!
t fit> 'latl.JIl.' 1f '.' u: 1 insurance as an underwriter
( .1.1 i ?..v 11 so said he 13 i. f ; to go; to the Slit reminding the field man and agent.: lie owned *

"rtLii! effort t tu, secure l ; .,.. '. .. bard I that the Rtnnttt Causeway and operated his own agency in I permanent
nrJl''''_ 1-:1'1: I fcpjn client, I for 90 days and
.i'c i of the Michigan for the past six/ years,
'mil I, will make the j' r 1tw, -car accident occurred last calling tin the SKI to make a A which he sold to move here. discovery .
trjfui: study with the objective
01 nt immediately payable j i nl oi Hopkins Avenue and South Street Ills wife Betty is also a erafl
Th'' Impact program thai both vehicles were rated a total loss. jj releasing;! the band restrictions uate of Michigan State. They are guarantees
nn ur-laninK< the bridge on SR .
Educational in headed south when having: a new home built at 2455
I Systems Cleft
ic Hopkins
( ) was on 1 520: The SliD has Indicated thatif
QI! I'IP' Nation which are << -,use by the Mercury (right), and both cars tots on the causeway were -t you a

ti ed! with additional student Witnesses:! said that Cecilia Mullins, 244 more than anticipated the bond parts are to be cast. The play

to Federal ejects, such as of the Mercury, failed to stop at the restiktiniu might bo lifted and ;': will be produced March C, 7, frizz-free

Spate Program in Brcvaid hit the other: vehicle. With Mrs. Mullins pave the way for eventual four- ::i! 13 and 14th at TLT'a new building -

.nU' mall children In the other vehicle drive .L'LI nn Carlilc\ St. !
lanlng of the 520:! bridges between ... I ;ro wave
__ _._tN..dC.: I
Crir'icy said the., Arthur Dunkelberger 2617 Merry Lane Cocoa und Cocoa Beach. I

till) did rv>t pass the House Cooper, Dida Mayham and Linda Dunkel- The Cocoa commissioner also BIG LAUGH Brevard Sheriff Leigh Wilson has a big IN Till!: 'IKC\J1r t.Ul'IU''t'' site

ier because President were slight but Smith Ambulance took received permission to to laugh at one anniversary greeting he received as he was JIoISTII: ..... IU.'L CIKCllr owANU

did not make the specific Parrish Memorial Hospital for observa Tnllah'issee to discuss with go the surprised with a party in his office last week Membersof IL4IHIUIHtMKHV: 'OK DKI.UIIJ!: lUL\TS,

quest t which is customary. (S-A Photo.) SRD the need for personnel tote his department presented him with a big cake com I (UNITED' !: MOKTUAUEE>O guess 8ERV-

1'said he has asked at all toll facilities on tho memorating his first year in office. (S-A Photo) ICING CORP.. dN

Johnson to request that causeway at all times! and also 'v.- Plaintiff

Speaker present the seek permission for use of toll EDWIN=: W. HANNfM. ct ux.Oefaudantt,

tion to the House for Inc. Initiating tokens which would speed up Jess ParrishAdmissions Hospital List NOTICE Of mLfc: permanent
traffic movement.
and dismissals at Court Linda L. William. that on the 80 day of January 19ti4 Ei paten ted
; at 11:UO A.M. at the main door of
COMING TOMO flOW Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital son, 1105 Thomas St.; Marjorie the Court House, of Brevard County. J/3dl creme base .1 J fbluhedMll1
Campaign at Tltuivlll Florida the under.signed
A representative oi the LichlenbergerFuneral for January !9 and 10: Koclilcr 360 Gray Ave Zoe clerk will otter for sale\ to thefollowing
ADMITTED: Shirley Barley Stroud, 119 Brown Ave.; Va It ion a, "h..t, and best bidder for cash the 1
office( will be in .
I described real properly: ....... ,
",illo at 419 South Hopkins initiating an Herbert Johnson, Bellwood 1639 Riverside Drive; Joan Char- 714 Booker Street; Kathryn Saun- Lot 1(7( BLOCK F. LEEWOOD, 'Wtxf.U.'ehNxbr./- .

I 0 n.m to 2 p.m. to discuss! aimed toward representative; Mrs. Barbara Tuesday vet 1291 Overlook Terrace; Iva ders, 1616 North Smith Drive; FOREST the Plat SECTION thereof, 3 aa accordingto recordedIn Chll'"o' ,.a."at",. ..acs .1.I ..ha
lems Social Ruther, Scottsmoor; Wilene Ford- Kathy L. Frlckett Christmas Plat Book 14. Page 38 of the
public of Rhlnchart, Indian River City; Public Records of Brevard
end ins Mrs. Helen Luce, Titusville; Mrs. E. P. (Harriett) Llthlen- ham, 3147 Kirby Dr.; Joseph, John D. Wright, 1030 Milton St.; County Florida. OnlynondryingNUTRITONIC

CIRCLE TO MEET Bill Duff Mim; Ray Lfdtord, border, a resident here for the Lcndlc 1299 Overlook Terrace; and John M. Priestley, Lemon' together with, flxturea all structures appliances. tinprovemenU -,

The Miriam Circle of, dead"t executive LaGrang representative and past 38 years died suddenly early Robert M Lee, 512 Vanguard Street. and used appurtenance In conjunction on therewith laid land or HOME PERMANENTContains
Saturday morning after being Lane; Shirley Cox, 250 Parker This sale la made
First 1 Presbyterian Church the treasurer; and representativesat pursuant
) at taken 111 Ave. Richard final decree of foreclosure enteredIn a patented
Friday night. ; Lemon 1113 Carol
mr t at tha home of Mrs. the various large; Mrs. LaVerne. Hardin, "The King And I" Chancery action No. SUOJJ nowpending
A resident of 205 Pine Avenue, Street; Charles Williams, Box In the Circuit Court of and 1L3 oil creme base!
rrpperi, 912 Indian River: Tommy Smith and Tricl Taylor
in con Indian River City area, shu was 1432; Maeonia James, Slims; Tryouts TuesdayTryouts for Brevard County Florida.
at 7':30 p.m. Wednesday. Pride officers of Titusville High School; and DATED this loin day ot January Guaranteed IrUa-Crea .
born in wav or your money
Illinois June
Chicago, 17 Daniel Guppenberger, 233 Swift 1uU.
made con- Jack Larks Civic Center Plan for Titusville Little (Court Seal back. wren Nutd-Tonle. Waval Thermal
1897!! .
Ave.; Timothy Guppenbcrger, 233 CURTIS R. BARNES Dlvlllon.510 Avenue of the Amuteal.New
Tltoivillo (Florida) Star civic and cul ning chairman. An active worker in the first Swift Ave.; Gail Guppenbcrger Theatres upcoming productionof Clerk of the Circuit Court Yak 11.N.Y.

; for the, Titusville Present' at the meeting were: Presbyterian Church, she was a 233 Swift Ave.; Josephine Carver, "The King and I" will be held By Bertie Deputy Kail, \ Clerk

E; tabll.hed. 1.110Publl..e" Ben B. Busby Sr., president; member of the Woman's Club, 3148 Kirby Dr.; and Lyman Cates starting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday; ANDERSON LOWNDES & van Al'ttH.don BERG DBAir, ECKERDDfliif

MODel., sion concerned Mrs. Catherine Rigell!, Doing Garden Club, Garden Circles and Clearmont Fla.DISCHARGED. January 14th, and Thursday ,Attorney for Plaintiff > Stores- .

Weilncailaya .a: .' r recommend chairman; Dr. Alvin Kahn, other orgall zat1oI1S. : Ola Hallum.tt January 16th, at the West Side 322 Orlando East, Central Florida Boulevard

Uy AdvocaUi'luiiavllle log end the YMCA, Esthetic chairman; Mrs. Jan Survivors are her husband Dr. \ try Jay Rd.; Oscar Zimmer. Baptist Church on Tropic 'St': 'Jan. 13, (Mon.) mi.

Al Tha atar- ( considerable im Van Horn, Recruiting chairman E, P. Lichtenbergcr: DDS, of Ti one-half mile West of Park Ave.
/ Scot.lmoor! ; Dudley Churchill
4 .v Main HulldlnKS street been develop. ; Jack Larks, Special Pro tusville; a daughter, Mrs Myra This well-known musical will
Clearwater Cocoa A Li Marick Salon is
; George Mueller always near i/oul
"Ituevlll. e'lad Earl Kaltenborn, of Los Angeles, of
-- it was decided jects chairman; Spencer, Call ; Helen Michel, 267 Darden be under the co direction
MKMIItHt'rlnrlilit ; Education Jr., president Titusville Jay- ifornla; and a brother( F. Petersof Jewell Bradfield and Ron Kil- MELBOURNE COCOA ORLANDO DAYTONA BEACH
rr..> .\....iUioNvllonul | Facility Ave.; Margaret Ihnkle 1620
t.lll.irlul A,.*rWII... those interested ceis; Ben Hursey Planning Philadelphia Pa. j gore, with musical direction by

irunrv It Studios fr.>. or under. chairman; Mrs. Polly Miller, Funeral services will be held ing at 11:30: am. Burial was at Jacob Hannemann. Twenty-nine, TITUSVILLE Open 9 em lo 9 pm Monday

Sin. lUxcl H. lludnon. VP. In furtherance of vice president; Mrs. Hilda Cow- at :2 I p.m. Tuesday at Smith Vicksburg City Cemetery. adult roles and thirteen children Through Friday Saturday 'Til 6
II Studios, Funeral
-2.JI.'rl 8ui.y-frc art, secretary; Vernon L. Jansen Chapel with licv.{ Charles -
Ioc'md-Clua. pouluge paid at Information chairman. ] Bates officiating Intermentwill
rule, 'Iurlda. was: decided be In Oaklawn Cemetery Phone AM 7-1511
board TWO
The regular"monthly
llnnry II. Huclion education and under direction of Smith Funeral Store Hours: .w
Itobcrt II. llud.on. Editor !. meeting will be held at the Citizens Home.
David Uunn, lOA.Mto9P.M.
Bank on Thursday, January
William" O. l.yerly Clruulatlon drive plan I Titusville Center
16, at 8:00 p.m. At this timepl.u'I Shopping
gubacrlptlon RaUl will Father Of local
of from the various
work .
; ;; memberships '
TV Carrier I In North i <
1 Vr. |7.SO e Mo. sLeo I I Mo. or life memo committee: chairman will be submitted Lf j
for approval. Man Dies m dse
lly Mall In'Vlurlila Sat.James L J
1 Yr. 'Uu1 H Do I Mo. ;! and ap Hutby advises that all members with the, AND BOTH "
of Pride Interested woikiiifj
OuUhU lurid. in Leo Davidson 58 of
: in (December r
of Sri ..', {,,n a M' with the ARE ON
ir: : :._ -.!. _: as follows: Vicksburg. Muss, father of
--- -- -- --- arc welcome to attend this meeting James K Davidson of Bell Ter. look of ,
Sinuses And ---I race, Titusville, passed away \
Saturday at 11 a.m. in Vicksburgafter : ,..
Passages FirstAir.Conditioner the delicate Recent ArrivalsAt a short illness. Springby f, .
the func Limited
to meet JP Hospital Mr. Davidson was a retired

the surr mnd- I salesman and was a member of ,Time
By Dr. C. H. Prior lioccnt'
births at Jen ParriihM
Thus the prln the Methodist Church.
The sinus- 'miitioning l and (mortal Hospital were as {ol.I"w. Survivors include besides his e Only +
c* com mon
( hm been us. ., 4
ly referred the be son, his wife Lucille llinton and 1
t'i) are those very A son, John Marion Locklier, one brother, Victor K. .. SO j

the spaces skulldraining i n '7 when this HI, weighing: 8 Ibs. 5 oz., bornto Services were held this morn- d
", not fimitlonmg Alt\ and Mrs. John M. Lotkher .
into ., - -- '-- HURRYLa
lo- Jr. route 46, Mims. Mll.: :Mint t:
nasal the thus ? Nnllio In hereby given tit the annual -
cavity.These cause A son, Scott Michael Picard nirrtlnir at the nhi, rohol.lrr. of
; unli.impcr- din, Flrxt rsotlonnl- Hunk ot Tltuivlllo. :
siDR.i .
weighing: 6 Ibv! 13 oz. born Janus Tltm\llln,, Klortdu. to bo held Marick ; k
nuscs warm and moisten ary 0 t to( Mr. and Mrs. Ronny B. In. the tint .Nallonul Hank Build- ; 1
Inspired air. The'' mucus of artielot pub Picard Ins, Tllunvlllc. Florida on January Style 1
of 1450 Overlook .
plied by the membrane and illustrate Terrace :'J. Seat al 3:3": I'M, for lb. rlrct-
the sinuses, together with chiropractic. lon\ of Dlrectori and tranmctlun. I I Permanent foJ.

blood cells act as the first C. 1//. Prior, A son, Joel Patrick Charvet -
of defense against harmful located at 1334 weighing: 7 Ibs. 8 oz., born Janus djournm-nu:: thpirnfIHJVLK : ..
Tiny hairlike cells
the mucus containing the ve. I'hone 267- I ary !9 t to( Mr. and( Mrs. Andre J.Charvet. and:, 'UIIV.J Cashier 1 Vlc PrMlilsnt among the icoild'st 'I ?....... /

1291!! Overlook Terrace. I.tn.. I.; la, IT 20, 22Ion.( ?, Wed. OW/ -"- J
--- --- I I till 1964. finest


t 6 95
I Comparable value, $15.00

; by Helen Brtnrun

Quite likely "most violinists' IMPERIAL COLD WAVE

Happiest} \ n e Iur tr ere. famed unaware Cremone that Stradivarius instrument 1 BobbieBrooks Prescription Formula. USP Lanolin 10 95

"maker, worked *l his craft un iir Comparative value, $27.50
Iii he Will 93 ""r. of eqe. DurIng .

'I'Ofll this lengthlv stint hit production complete with Other Waves Pricedconditioning
of violins, violas and
ctlls. totalled lets than 700 Ins shampoo from 12.95 and up.
ttrjmenti all toll.

i personality cut and set
To own e rtrid of any kind
I would put quit. e strain on the
II I budget. His cellot. for example, ; With the air of Spring

rate e price tan of' around $,31),. t. ,,1 ,, Featuring a crisply Nite Owl Special I'

SAVE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR'S WORK HARDER two OOC with doien perhaps of' them no more In North than a' textured rayon 5 to 9 P.M.*

Amoriia.! sheath with jewel 1 1a
i FREE I With each wave I
AND GROW BIGGER- I neckline. Short sleeve j boMU of La Marick .All
I Our ttock of Stradt *t and sleeveless stylesin Purpose shampoo AND
STEREO STORE Isn't anything
free conditioning tre.t.m.ntl .
lucious colors of
to write home about, but tttreos !
and hi-fis are somtthlng copen blue, willow

FirstFe er-al Sa13ings else, We carry tho top mike green: taupe, flax: and

I STEREO and the price STORE Is alwavt, Plrtle right Plan.at black. Six styles in

Phone 247-182. sizes 5 to 15. BEAUTY SALONSPhon.
Land LoanAssociation_ of Titusville "
I AM 7-6565
Downtown Office
Indian River Branch
: '
WASHINGTON AT MAIN 145 N. COQUINA AVE. I HINTi To clean (either, UM a i LI1lUJhu Titusville Shopping Center
cloth soaked in J.
a strong
ammonla -
t t Current Dividend Rate Compounded Seml-Annually rub briskly. i ; ., 1'.. South's Largest and Leading Beauty System
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:ita -Advocate Committee FillsPrecinct

The Volee of 25.000 North Br rtrd County H*.ld oU
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Th.a.. II!revar d C oun.Iu R cpu bf;icon

Police Report iiIIITia; T'flTr'tJJff! I Executive: 'ironing Committee,, elected six. at new its January prvclnct --

f ft committee! pe-oplc
Pl4jtOVill sir i
Reflects 1963 rl6tiiwt uKUat o/tT/ The successful candidates were
:Mrs Knox Burger. 2103 Indian

Hiver Drive Cocoa, Precinct 37,
As Busy YearThe Edward Stahlry 2022 hey Drive,
Cocoa Precinct 37; Mrs James
1963 report of the Titus' Armistencl. 37 South Fern wood,
vine I'olice Department showeda f / 1 Roeklottue!!: Precinct 4: Herman

large increase over the pro I heck, 27 West Point Drive Snug
:ceding year and of course harbor Precinct 22; Mrs AlbertJ

mainly due to the growth in pop| Clarke, 321 ISo Lelia Drive,
1EW CHURCH OFFICERS Pastor A. are Bob Merriman, financial secretary; ulation West :Melbourne Precinct! 42; and
Claus 1)1> Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Bert Hein, board Christian education; Following is a summary report r Mrs Gary Wander 420 St. An.

installed new church officers in impressive George Anson, trustee; Buzz Baumbach, u compared with IStSS:! drews Circle, Melbourne[ Pro
installation ceremonies during the trustee and Richard Saltmer, trustee. In In rx! >3 there were 455 accidents cinrt 4JENVELOPKS,
10'10: n,m service Sunday In front row last row are Roy Leasure, Sunday school reported( compared with J33: In -- ---
fr'>m left are Pastor Claus, Jack Smelser, supt.; Lou Del Monte, stewardship board t2! ; 93 theft cases were reportedin (
1 1'I : Business Sizes
t president; Gene Sturchio, elder; and B. and Don Fryslie, stewardship board. 19b3. und 30 of these were ,los tl -
e karl Schultz treasurer. In second row (Carlson Photo.) cd. while 51 wire icporled in ,e.a4 Also< Kraft Envelopes with claspfor
12 with 11 being tlosril It auto c manins Full stock at Star-
thefts: occurred\ and all were recovered Advocate
Church Officers InstalledAt I t Just! as the year be' ,>ro
---- ----- ---
when 9 wire reported and all recovered

I : 36 breaking and! entering ''I'ITO
Good cases occurred and 9 were
Shepherd LutheranOfficers !In! just one minute
closed, whllo in 1902:! 37 were re
BE AW'ARDEL) Some fortunate rcibt; 'rmi, in the Grant store within the

of Good Shepherd usher: and Fred Helstl, finance ported killed and 4 closed autos; two trio persons part ft.'glstlllIt in Grants appliance department southern r.lon.. : vvhieh has the greatest
Lutheran Church, both elected committee. were while by killed in in
and appointed were installedinto Installed: on the Board of EIders year 1962 also 204 none people were were injure I throughout the sOlthel'lregion will be neW through Feb. 29'!>, when the evinttloscs
: awarded the beautiful 1964 Smith also explained that there damaged hair
their respective offices during were Charles O'Neal, Dr in accidents in 1903, compared( Plymouth I
the divine worship service at Harold Albert, and Gene Stur with 68 in 19C2. Fury shown abo\c Tom Smith, left is nothing to buy in older to register

Good Shepherd at 10:30: o'clock, chio To serve on the Board of Chief W T Clown attributedthe minaret Sunday morning:;: Christian Stewardship and In- Pirtle Plaza!: store. has explainedthat Cum: ;:
!great: increase to many factors Ilh.lI1It"I new bounce
Those installed were Jack stalled Sunday were Don Acker- !-the growth: / in peculation, tin award will be made to a person I ,

Smeher president; Wally Has- man, Lou DelMonte: Otto Schoe- I i.Airman consolidation of the area and Just new vitality!

selbring, vice president; Ralph del, Don Fryslie, Dave McCar- .; plain old careless driving. Most 17th Annual Indian River
Graves, secretary; D Karl vine and Al Carmichael. The S.und.ra of the accidents, both serious and,I --_ .
Schultz treasurer; and Robert Board of Trustees installed included minor, could: have been prevent;'
Merriman financial secretary. George Anson, Buz Baum. Mims Airman GoingTo eel if the drivers had Just been
Roy Leasure was installed to bach, Reuben Peters, Richard more careful! He also stated
Sheppard AFB Citrus Seminar Jan. 1516The
serve as Sunday School supcnn. Saltmer, Arthur Higgle, and Junior that the traffic going through/ tin

pendent; Harold Wilmer, head Stark. Airman Charlie II Saunders city on U.S. 1 has increased and

To serve on the Board of Chris. Jr.. son of Mr[ and Mrs\[ C. II that everyone should be extremely 17tl Annual Indian River
careful while travelling this fr t this|,| seminar All citrus take advantage\ : o the Infoima
591 Graduates tian Education for the followingyear Saunders of :Mims, Is being re-
: route because of the heavy traf. Citrus SClJunar.III be hold in gruvcr are urged ,III attend(| and lion offircd
and also installed Sundaywere assigned to Sheppard AFB, Tex, ric which consists mostly! of peo Cocoa: at Un Ul'eVUrduunl. )' ______ __ _____ __u_ __ ______ ______
Bud Ernis Geisler, for technical
George training as a Unit
Get FU! DegreesFlorida Ed Henry, Bert Hein, Allan Nis- ed States Air Force aircraft pie on vacation who arc not fan' Agricultural: Center Wednesday
iliar with the city.
kanen, and Raymond Schwartz, maintenance specialist! and Thursdav January' IS and RECONDITIONED *
Every year till rate of aid l
State University an- News At Bayview Airman Saunders, who enlisted dents and deaths on the high 18, ItM.
need today a graduating
Students, parents and friendsof in the Air Force a short time increase and I more
more Indian
class of 'Ml students who complctcrl ways This i Is designed fur
Bayvicw Elementary School ago: has completed his initial This Is only a sign of the grow Spark Plugs
riquu ements for degrees River Citrus Growers bringing;
arc invited to attend the second basic military training at Lack. ing world but Chief Brown said
during the trimester just endedRcgiitrai to them the latest research and
Saturday: morning: movie at 10 Texan that he has ordered a crackdown
Murray W. Kenna o'clock Saturday, Jan 11. The airman is a 1962 graduateof on all traffic violators in ender other pertinent, information for CHAMPION A C. AUTOLITE BOSCH
said diplomas will be sent out The feature will be "The Good Hueytown (Ala) High School. to try to hold the rate down their binlnuM The program
in a few days to 448 who received Humor Man"\ starring Jack Car will get underway at 8:00: aim I Unconditionally Guaranteed! \(

a bachelor's: degree, 79 who son. In addition, a film of (elected Airman To N. J. They Smoked More Wednesday, January 15th It
received :a master's and 24 who short subject and cartoons will Is expected that 200 citrus growCM '
NovemberFourteen ,
received a doctor's degree. be shown The showing time of Airman Third Class William PPhenicle During and Interested: people will ut
By their home town the Die the feature film is 82 minutes; the of Titusville. is being Incorporated cities in tend. n DAY NOW N ew UFE Loton' corrects: ..

-. ,3.8r1Iraduates. \ : included' : cortoons,will take and additional reassigned: to McGuirc AFB, N Bievard received JIO'JUOS' In. 29GOOD damage caused by teasing,
.J. following his graduation from cigarette tax rebate during November Ilic affair U sponsored by the ONLY
Cocoa Gene Edward Carte, 13 minutes hair eprayebleaching,
the technical Indian Iliver Citrus Citrus League I
DS soc wcl; Ronald Earl Me- A new screen has been obtained training course for ,
Farland, DA arts & sci by the school and the movie United States Air Force Jet Air. Leading the total was Cocoa and put on by the Florida pormtnenUlNo
craft mechanics at SheppardAFB with .22.859: followed by Melbourne Agricultural Extension Service Ea. No
Is expected tl> start and end on heat I No wilting" messy
Cocoa Beach David Fred time, barring unforscen delays Texas $20,464, Titusville $19- in cooperation with the Florida GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY. JAN. 2SMORLEY'S cream application! Ute Lotion

erick Jaehne, BS arts & sci Admission is 30 cents and cokes Airman Phonicie was trainedto 315, Eau Gallie $17,172, Cocoa f'rcKll.IctiulCredit Ass
Melbourne Gloria VandivtrMillr will be sold in the hall maintain and service multi. Beach $11311, Rockledge $3.3J2, Agricultural Experiment Station, I softnesvA life saverford.maled
BS ed These movies are sponsored by engine jet aircraft and aircraft Satellite Beach $4,833, Palm Day and other interested( groups hairl 12 ox,$iOO plus tax.QU.

Merritt Island Albert Marl the P,T.A., to provide wholesome systems. $2354, InJidlantlc $2020, West An interesting and informa
Clark III William Irvin WESTERN AUTO STORECorner
on entertainment at low cost. Pro The airman, son of Mr. and Melbourne $1lIliO. Cape Canaveral tire, program, featuring citrus
Stillman II, BS bus
fits, if any are used for projects Mrs. Robert II Gilbert of 4323 $1,288, Melbourne Beaeh ixpcrb from all over central l Broad A Washington Downtown TltuivllU
Titusville -- Alva Frances which benefit all students Deauville St.. Titusville, is a gra S391. Malabar $286, and Indiun Florida, covering every phase of Open All Day Wednesday Fridav 'Til 8 P. M. I
Hagler, BY arts & sci; Marol New Students duatc of Titusville High School Harbor Beach $192 the industry has been planned, ,
Ann Martin BS ed I ..
Twelve students enrolled
new ( --- -- --- --- -
at Bayvicw in the opening daysof -

the new year. This brings the .
4r' total: enrollment! to 436. The : 'f. M.m/fe./ ("/'NI"'N''C..z
school has 13 primary classes anda ,

COCOA BEACH special Menu education Jan. 13.17 class, NOW S

636.7031 Monday: Hot tog on bun, buttered .

I carrots, sweet potatoes, .
W* get tht m ijog tossed salad, milk. i
Tuesday: Fried chicken, rice

COCOA I and gravy, peas, pineapple,
636-2993 bread and butter, milk. START.
Wednesday: Hamburger! on

Y u g t th cod bun, corn, sliced tomatoes, fruit
cocktail, milk.TI.ursday .
rITUSVIU.E : Spaghetti with meat

267-5530 sauce, spinach, carrot sticks, *
peaches, bread and butter, milk
Friday: Cheese and macaroni,
green beans, pineapple slices '

v, ,dl, ra s&S' peanut butter and bread, ice : .
cream and milk. sl


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Pate 1 B TlhmllU (Florid!) Star. Advocate Monday, January 13, 1,64I transition from sounds to the Mrs Donald) Plttenger, at 1071)) ) they like this city best and she Participating In visit such ports as PonoA It
Puerto Ric.. .
symbols of music. Thomas Street Birthday cake expects them back in a day or San Juan,

|Indian River City South Titusville Happenings and ice.cream cones moulded to two preparatory to settling here. Carribean ExerciseMarine Thomas and St. John, Vir
School l Newt | look like clown faces, were sere Corporal William K. !Islands; and Kingston, Jama
e ed to the sta Terry addition to taking part In n
following gu : Cub Commit Misting in :
I The second semester begins on of TitusvilK Is serving
23rd at Coquina Ele Watson, Rilly Scruggs, Billy The committee for( Cub Scout Brongo phibious training exercisesthe <
Pool Tlce Steve with the detachment from Island of Vieques, Puer
Swimming Burns Up mentary School. Some staff Chisholm Jimmy Pack 310 met Thursday evening,
change and additions are no:ecr. Lewis and Jimmy Hilton) January 9, at the home of Cub Second Landing Support Com Rico. which is the Second Di.
Eugene Dish recently from Largo The Hob olCircle of the master Barrett Dele pine Ave pany Second Service Battalion sion s Caribbean Testing Groun
I Joan Smith, Mrs. Braden, Mrs. Piths!' 1113 Milton St.; Genus and Pennsylvania, win re Methodist Church W.S.C.S. will Those in attendance were: Mr Second Marine Division, Fleet
Last Sn4u>Jn) ,iorr-nz. around Gardner: and :Airs Gllllam Crcnshaw Circle at the home of place Miss. Margaret Logan who meet at the home ,of Mrs Alice and Mrs. Rick Barrett, Mr and Marine Force, Camp Lejeune,
"'H:00 *.m: a fire call sent two fire Barbara Ileinbaugh,:: 275 Coquina has resigned/ to return to High Watson, Hibiscus Circle in For Mrs Jim Robertson W. S N. C.. on a three.month joint *******'****,

1 ruck from 7itusville's Station Used Cards Avenue; Betty Mills Circle at the School work; Mrs. Glenda Hall of est Hills on Tuesday,' January14th Alexander Ed Mills Robert operation and "goodwill exer- 'EAtt (Ost.S.
Tao. 3 (to 215\ Stuart Avenue The Women of the Christianand home ot Delores Surrcncy, 325 TltiisvilJe, wife of John Hall, at 9:30: a.m. Webber Ralph McKinney, George else in the Caribbean with Battalion

,smoke was belching from the Missionary Alliance Church Byron Avenue; Parkway teacher, will begin In Mr and Mrs Sal Collura and Woerner and Dn mothers Landing Team 3,t. U, 1"9.$. $ \tIN 8S., ONDi
)Jjtihtjr room cf this home and of this city want used Christmas At 2:30 p.m. the Helen Masters Stage II Ulna Rebecca! Rash, rei family of Edgewood Road! flew Betty Hill Helen Hopkins and While In the Caribbean: he
seemed to be all over the house Cards and other types of greeting Circle\! will meet in the home of cent graduate of East Tennessee back home after vacationingwith Nova Thurlow. will have the opportunity to *******-***

)JCaptam D. O. Kieffer, Lt Mil. cards. This Church sends them Alice John ton, 401 Coquina Ave. College in Johnson( City, Tenn. friends and .relatives in The Awards committee announced -
lard Finch) and Lt Richard Holland overseas to various missions flue. and at 7:30: p.m. the New will begin in Stage II alio. These Philadelphia that the following
of the Titusville Fire Department Anyone having such card, they Night Circle will meet at Cen teachers are welcomed to tide awards will be the
presented at
La Teals from
This CircleIs
tral Baptist Church Mrs Josephine
and ,.
were in charge desire to donate may contact school and community
for ladies who work Cherydon, Wyoming, is visiting January rack Meeting ot the
Margie Smith, 4384:! Esuex Street, (
!tiuickly put out the fire Cause : 1 .
and cannot attend mornings All with her daughter and ton in mow' a /
South Lake Village, or Alice For. i 23rd.Year r.
Ives J ascertained to be the storage who are interested in a night IRC Personal law Mr. and Mrs Robert Cla Pin Ronnie Wheelus
ward 363 Stuart Avenue, or
of a plastic swimming: pool next Marie 112 Tuscarora circle are urged to come High ,score was taken by Mrs..' baugh of 315 Carlysle Ave., this Richard Woerner, Robert English tel.Q.. 'h
)Jo the gas water heater in the Road. Sunday visitors at Central Baptist Charles Heckrlmoser when Build city Gary Hopkins! ; Lion Book
utility room of this home. Result Church Included: Mrs Dorothy ing Group No. 2 of the Indian Mr. and Mrs Marlon Lindseyand Richard Woerner, Harold! V. Hun,," con do If ... so can a
was 1he plastic caught fire Godwin of Orlando; Thelma River! City Woman Club at the! children arc back in their McBride, Nick Robertson, David mild dlgtttive/ upset 10 can the
)moldered and gave out Intense H. D. Tailoring Classes and Don 1'faff, Ocala j Brenda, home of Mrs. Richard Wcbber- home on Carlysle Avenue after Crocker; Bobcat Pin Randy study air of f a crowded room. But boon

}mol Classes will commence next Tu Catherine Street Mr and Mr. served candies soft drinks sofa Doctor let him
Philip Sellers Smoke and other ; friends in Corydon, Indiana Nick Robertson; SIlver Arrow spells to your |judge!!
damage was estimated! at $300.00t esday, January 14th, 9:W a.m. C. S. Henson and Carol of St fee and lemon pi4! Attending the Mr. and Mrs. William Johnsonof Point Danny Ribinson, Rob the cauia-l.t him recommend trcat-
to at the Community Roomof Louis, Mo. session were: Mrs. lIeckJtoml) ("r;
4 noon 280 Roxehill Avenue, are ert English; Webelo Patch mont And should ht proscribe! r.msm
Mrs Reeve Jacobus, Mrs. Mich-'
the Citizens Bank of Titusville .
Nick Robertson, David Crocker. her that our Pharmacist Is Iralnod' ox
Church Film home after having spent a snow
acl Mrs. Tom Martin
and will continue for a period' Women's Club
Meeting Committee chairman Ed Mills portoiKOtf, prepared to Oil .'
covered holiday season with .ry pro.
| Last Wednesday night, the Mrs. Harold Gray Mrs Randolph"Nunnally
1 of six: weeks every Tuesday and Do not forget the Indian River friends and relatives in Tulsa, announced the theme of the ... osocrty as your Doctor crdtrtd.
tint and Mrs. Glenn Young
Baptist Church of Indian Thursday. Due to tlnr..ll.ations !
some Pack will te '
January ti
City Woman's Club meeting tonight Oklahoma meeting
Mrs. Grace Smith is music I 'l CAN ALWAYS RELY
had movies shown of there few YOU
fiver City are a (openngsin "Family Alert". It will be devoted .
at 8:00 at the Civic Harold Whiloker 205 Indian
: p m teacher at Coquina ElementarySchool ON OUR PHARMACIST
!ome' of :the activities: .of the this class There Is no fee or .
Center. Forrest D Aikey, of Eau She U married to Nor River Avenue, who was orderedby to illustrating the necesJity
Church fclnce1 It was built and charge Instructor for this courseIs of Gallic High School, will ha guest man J. Smith, attorney, In Crof his doctor last March to layoff of preparing for emcrgen. CUTTER; tllIit '" !'I1-II! ,
Burns member
Mrs Mary ,
iounded at its location on Indian speaker and he will present a ton, Brewer and Hollands office. from any work for a year, tie!. Due to our geographic
'ever Ave., this city Bill the IRC Home Demonstration film of a trip to Mexico: made by Both Grace and her husband are is Jubilant this first week of the location and our proximity to DRUGS

ilorris[ Showed the movie ands Club Interested persons may students and teachers this past! native Floridians and they have New Year because, on a further the hurricane belt this should be Big Applo PlazaCOCOA ,IGINCt ilU I.'Wt .

arratei t activities as depicted call her at 7538: summer This will be a very Interesting two children, girls, aged 2 and medical examination, he has of Interest to the entire com

on the screen These acfvlties film and the meeting Is 4 years Last week-rml she attended been told he can go buck to munity. The public is invited.
represented the step.by- Lift.Saving Techniques open to the public a weekend Music Clinic work. Harold is an insurance 'The meeting will be! held at 7:30:

tep boild.up of this church ands Last Wednesday Mrs. Mary and Conference In Daytona executive in this area p.m. at the Civic Center

I steady, progress. throughoute Slaby president of the Home Music Workshop at Coquina$ Beach Recent visitors at the home of I DIRECTORY I

years since It was founded Demonstration Club and Mrs A workshop on the utilization of A surprise birthday dinner was Mr. and I Mrs Millard hilt 3-15

efresimenti were served by the Mary Burns, Health and Safety new music books and material! given in honor of Mrs. Myrtle Pritchard Street, were her
oung ''People's Bible Training\ .fhalrnaaa attended\ the demon. used by the Coquina Elementary Lewis at the home of her daughter aunt and undo Mr and Mrs. :1Z :

nurse Class The Training ttratlon and course of Instruction School, was conducted by Miss and son-in.law, Mr. and Mrs Lee Long Jr, from Arlington, Ji AUTO SALES & SERVICE
ourse of the Young People ani< given by Ray Pettis of Gaincs Mary Coscntina the representative William CMsholm 1120( Thomas Va. '-

ults had a talent contest (In vile a member of the staff of of the distributors of this Street. Another daughter, Baib Recent visitors in the homeof HUNTER r1 :

ogo since last July. The Young the Florida Agricultural Extension : merchandise to the school. The ara Cook, was hostess After the Mrs Eva Robinson, 539 LINCOLN MERCURY, INC. : rr'
eople lost to the Adults and theeoaltjr Service His demonstration faculty of Coquina and Mrs. Mary dinner, home movies were shown Pine Lane, were Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln continental Lincoln :

for losing was that they and course of instruction embraced Little, from Uayvicw School par. and cake and ginger ale were R II Young from Coldwatcr, "A lot of men who complain Sales Parts Service jl

ad to serve refreshments at this the life-saving techniquesof tieipated In learning to use the served to Mrs Queen Taylor, Michigan They are at Edge. about the stupidity of their Good Used Cars I

MUoti and this they did by Mouth to Mouth Resusitation autoharp, rhythm instruments Mrs Lewis mother; to Mary and water looking for a pUce in boss would be out of a Job if 1445 W. King Cocoa KUt.1387 I HONDA MOTORCYCLES
Iq cookies, sandwiches, and External Massage!: Fcttls and teacher manuals. Many re Bill Chisholm, and sons Billy, which to settle, but Eva tell us he were any smarter." HAM'S CYCLE CENTERSNO
t inch and cokes to all present held two classes on that date, cording of songs, including those!' Allen and Donald, Barbara Cook, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION I MONEY DOWN-3 yrs to pay'
In the with German, French and Span the hostess and of course to sea Clog. cocoa
the first one at 10:00: a.m. PURE AU'IOMA1'ICTRANSMISSION I IrtX Rabcnrk Fa,i Onlllo
W. M. P. F. Misting, Brevard County Agricultural center Ifih words, were played for the Lewis. CO. MAGNOLIA PLAZA TITUSVILLE
Charts were used,, to dem A birthday party was. I| 8alva-Part....feervlceAcctaaorlea
In Cocoa and the second the grol'p. \ COMPLETE AUTOMATIC
Mr*. / B Smith wai hostess MfS'l' Need Two \\hwlaf Sea Hambon!
oastrate how to teach note val honor of Ricky Pittenger TRANSMISSION SERVICEOn
same afternoon at Satellite Hijh t -- -- --- -
] st Thursday evening to the Wo-,
time rote'songs !: blrtfs last Friday. Ricky All MakesFINANCING I MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
School. Some 50 persons attended ues, signatures, i.j ay I __
T en i Missionary Prayer
first session at Cocoa. and other ways to make the sides withhis, parents, Mr
ip at the Christian and Mission _' All Work Guaranteed! Guitars
Alliance Church, at herr Pettis first showed a film "pulse SHERWINWILUAMS 229 Forest Ave, Cocoa, 434-W44 Drums, Banjos Etc.
Gibson, Fenders: Grttsch, Martin,
and then he used dummy (
of Ufe" a
>roe. Mrs Pat Braden presided BICYCLES SCOOTERS Smgorland, Rogers, Kay.
ul gate 'a study program on for the demonstration lie PLYFORM TIMBERS Mammoth Stock of Shoot Music
named this dummy "Annie"and
( >lombU, South America assist- Limbroth Scooters GOULD MUSIC CO.
by Itarlea\ Gardner and Mrs. after the demonstration he SCAFFOLDING t) Schwinn Blcyclts 109 King St, Cocoa, 636.9283
I arle CUllam\ This study told oft ( Invited one and all to try'. their ATHbrntdVow Now and Used

e suUAfiff (Of jChrUUaaity: lat technique on Annie. ... ".* S+los and Service OFFICE SUPPLIES
All Makes
= Repairs on
Jt country.sine* 1858 and of the < PANNING'LUMBER I'HO\ T nFFICt:
r uslorury work being donet Central Baptist News' Wy H's Enterprises, Inc. tclllI'\lt.'Ii't: 4.0.

t :Thpse who attended l! were Next Tuesday meetings of the CO. Nut to Cocoa High School 632.0600 ('flea UH-HJII
h iss N.. 'carpenter, Mrs. David following Circles bf this Church
a aaleiman' In Tltuavllla
tletto, Ira. Doa, Kochler* Mrs will take place as! follows: Tot 434J700 Morrltt Island three daya each week to help you with
T >m Marten/ .J.frt. v.Alic, For. 0:39! a.m. Alice. Gaxenta Circle (Opening a yard In Tltusvlllo soon) AND CHARGE IT CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT ographa Deakt. Choirs. PllapUnl, riling Machlna Supplies. Mlnrn-Steel

a ri, Mr!. Jenny Gentile; Mrs. at the home o'. Joyce Grif & SUPPLY Inc. Cabinet., Typ.wrll.. Adding MachIna. .
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I I II Up to 5 months to pay Rentals Sales -) S.rlc.Sc.Holding' -REAL ESTATE

No carrying chargesTHE M.rnH Island Ph. 636.2093 Joe E. Moore, Inc.


HIGH SALARY JOBS1 Real Estate Sorvlco
: In Basic/ Electronics, Electronic
116 Harrison( Cocoa, 636'913
Technology, FCC License, and: VATra'ninior
s athu' ""' t Secure your future nowl) SEWING MACHINES
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si i_ 1" / I Technical Institute Inc. Brovard County's OnlyComplete
i 105 King St., Cocoa 636.3720 Sowing Machine Center
no-.sbn .wow.I New A l'.." Mlchlnea
MOBILE HOMES Rep.lr.-A..r.-Rentat.l .
Ray: II i4rt Trritu

....."' WO huv the floor plan to Milt Tour Morrltt Island Shopping Center
i \\ tmlly and the i payment plan to ault Merritt Island Fit.

I I' / ......... COLORS your perlally' budget See Cuatom ui for Interior parla, are acwrlcr our. I TIRES ----- ,!
e and Innurtnct. financing and
; I I '. 1t..rinaaclna.
; tJl!' .- Iris s. Olxla Highway, Cocoa, S.W; .H4t

: : .!f. 1t r5'i for woodwork, kitchens, baths... MOBILE HOMES II Rotroading and Vulcanizing

t I Postongor Truck:
A See and Industrial Equipment
t ba=- .
-- Ramon's Mobile Hornet All Work Guorantood _

i :; Now 11 RMgowoy_ _Avo, Cocoa,_ 434-1044
A Used
I a? Bank Financing I Day Sorvlco3ml --
,, ; ? N. of Cocoa, U.S. 1 1. o3 -7f50 WM H. BAILEY t .
..Wr c tsV
MOBILE HOMES lepalredWr! 3 to 5 days
Chronographs or Complicated
Baird Mobil Homos, Inc. Watches Repaired on Premises

1 + With Over 10 Now and Used 419 Brevard Avenue
1 T. Chooio FromBrovard's Next to P. O, Cocoa .

1I GLOra.ati.arr Largos! Dealer -WATER- CONDITIONERS/ -
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I qualit.d-; Q aw.a..r. 7.ml N. of Cocoa U. S.1, Ui.J81J
Chevrolet's new low-cost ery truck! .r rQF !

i This Introduces you to Chevy-Van-our new economy and out. Certain sections are treated with night.zinc. :

j : del very truck. content primers; others with an aluminumwaxIt : If you have real estate{ Complete Water Conditioner
has a low price tag, over 40 sq. ft. of completely preservative. Rental A Homo Owned Equipment

i usable flat floor 7ft ft IOI'fg.tlJa engine up front, and The windshield Is a big flat practical one.piece unit.a t. Cocoa NE 44W .
lot of quality features which make it a better buy. The big 90.hp 4-cytInder standard engine 1 Is more to sell, or if you are Titusvillo AM 7-JSW :

; The body and frame.floor are welded tog thex The powerful than some 6s, yet Is remarkably economical. WINDOWS- DOORS :._
truck Is strong, rigid! stable. Doors are double-wall If you need more power, Chevy.Van offers 120-hp six) The miracle alkyd enamel that looks< looking. for choice real

construction. at extra cost Side doors and rear windows t.1
like baked enamel
Chevy-Van has unusual resistance to rust also cost extra.
..,/1 1'. ,I P tIf estate
and corrosion. Especially vulnerable areas Last but not least, It's a Chevrolet. Which Apply just as it comes in the can. One coat use our classl WINDOW.SCoastal .

: such as front stepwells are galvanized. GUAmr rlueWf means that It is built to work for you a longtime 'overt No primer needed. Dries In less than Supply Co.
f Sealers are used at all critical Joints Inside Mean COif toast at minimum cost. fied columns. Cocoa
4 hours.Sherwin. 1006 S. DlxU Hwy.

; Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about Chevy-Van or any type of /ruclcl/ I Fhon 636.2673

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110 WASHINGTON AM 7-7324 Open to Sunday P. M.
Corner Hopkins & St. Johns TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Phone AM 7.1234 Route No. 1 South f Ttwvd lele Box $u,Cocoa 433.J177

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Monday, January 13. 1)44 TIHisvllle (Florida) Star Advotit i --- -- -- -

Ir. -- Fishin' For NEmI .I I ..r.raer.l .

New Traffic lawsHow .
I[1jN wee SMa f SIHd/lEJ I

s'pose I ought tft be about the went right over his back-and all

:1 Effective feller In the world to be ha. did was move out of the way tlcular best just color try pattern whatever seems you've to be I, I .

by anything in the fUhln i You Know somethm' like that I I
cot It's a good idea no matter I
line of bas ran be plumb aggravatln'1 But
at least in the
what kind' nf plug or lure it is
1 The Florida Highway Patrol vehicles on the! street In' a try- ', But every so often I get the re will be other days, 1 just to remember the number of any

Coda gar'' a list of new traffic ing to enter shook up by find in' bass might: hook that big one lure that works good for yOIt\ "fQlfIiJl1flI 1'

laws wliich became effective In It is unlawful to stop, stand or nobody else would even Sometimes I get to thinkin' ain't so( hard to remember the

the sunshine state January 1 I. park, in the following! places: : of lookin'. Like the big bass. Hm pretty smart in the bass color, but a lot of times the num .

The new law., most t passed by') 1: On a sidewalk. 2 Within an found on New Year' Day If cjtdun' department, but It don't t tier is the code( to the way it will TUES. & WED. COUPON SALEIfJBABY

any legislative session in recent intersection 3. On a crosswalk. told most of the bass fishermen take long for them fish to\ work. You can easily tell a float

years, effect every rnotonsfciu \ 4. On a bridge. S. In a highway the area how big that fish was, straighten me out! Most times I. ('r. but the other lures nay run Ti

) in some instances bicycle. tunnel or street elevation 6. )' never believe me--and I can go (out and just about guarantee at different depths The cod' COUPON ffirs'iS
riders '.Double park 7. On any railroad, to, for that to get a mess of eatin fists!
. expect 'em ( number is the only way to tell I Ii
While the public in general track. And don't get me wrong. Only there are times when the how deep they run, or how they POWDER
has been notified of the new Where parking is permitted that fish won't cooperate and. I base
alnt one of them big ones act in the water.
laws through FliP traffic safety vehicles must be parked with awayl) lie Just plain stayed to go home with an empty string. i I I

education sergeants, law enforcement the wheels within 12 inches' of ("r. And it don take too much | a : ex. I B
of that sort of thing to make a 54
agencies may tecuvecopiei the curb You may remember that it was feller realize that sometimes :
of the new laws by con- It is unlawful the door Smooth
open and windy, that day, t fish be smarter. !
them can ,. .... .
c. Tow W'
? IllS
tacting the of Public '
Department of vehicle into traffic, until
a wanted to fish In
Safety in Tallahassee. if you ,,0ut, on the Island, just south of moisture t{; :m
safe do
to so. comfort, jou'd\ have to find
t the, Hiulovcr Canal they have
Here's the list j ( back into
: When parked along highwayat spot that was out of the breeze hyrn catrhin trout like crazy riori COUrON jP frjflGnsng

Leaving the scene of an accident night, outside of city limits, that eliminated most of the iq) somo of the newer ditches (on .
(hit and run) involving an parking lights must be turned fishin' water in these parts. the river aisle of UUtul I don fEMPIRIN COMPOUND

injury or death is row a felony, on. Anyway, I remember seem' a know) why it is, but just abuii TABLETS

and if convicted, provides for a Safety chains are required en old bass In a pond that 1 every time I mention a lure in Skin!

year in the state penitentiary or all vehicles pulling trailers by a fished for a long time. It this column, it has to be one that I 'j! FAMOUS B&W

$5,000 fine or both, trailer hitch. seemed to me that there we arc fresh out of at least it I Reg 45c Bottle 29c' ii

It is unlawful for the owner to It I is unlawful to ride in a ( be plenty of fish in that seems that way. Anyway, Joe [jJ > of 25 Tablets
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knowingly permit an unlawful house trailer being moved upon spot, 'cause nobody Campbell( he's one of them !fish I : ,
Llm 11 Wild ..
CMIMK Tkru :
hard. In' school tcchcrs) \tolls (halh1'S Wad I/IS
operation of a vehicle upon the [fishes it very Except me I'
a public
highway, or any other person ; the small bass I saw there a got an old jig that the trout 1D\OU! : h
load intoa
employing or directing the driver Passengers may not of years ago, 1 I'd never just can't let alone lie says he* .
to allow any operation con- vehicle so as to obstruct tllCdriver's anything in it worth tryin used it I so( long&: that it am't cot: I \fj f? fjfif fS COUPON roiraETOVTyha

trary to law. view or interfere! with catch The water was real hardly any hair left on it Ami '

It is unlawful] to tear down or the driving mechanism of the and you could see the bot they won't t even look at a new one I : TOWi DEODORANT

disregard a detour sign, or drive \chicle In about six feet of water just like it1 t It's a 1* ounce "Up
It is unlawful! to ride upon the perman" buckled with a ted
round a barricade and driveon were several nice eatin' lit,. 10.
a new section of road under top, fender, hood, bumper or bass swimmln' around where head. Weve got: a small one likeit t 2 n. Stock, C

construction until again thrown runnmgboard of any vehicle being could see ''em-and then all at but Joe says it won't t work( I Assorted 2-11
driven on a paved s'rect. So if you already have one ol I Fregronces.
- to traffic! I saw that big feller Velvet
Ten Headlights must be dimmed those lures, give it a try on trout I Limit. J W,th c. .... Thru. W..(. 1/1'
is unlawful to tear, de Like I said before, I've never ,
another vehicle let it to the and
when approaching Jus eo:( bottom .
j ace, alter or remove any traffic : him on a line, so it ain't like i
from the rear witiin; 300 give it a little jerk once tn a Rosesdryskin
control device. of the big ones that always while. COUPON '
_ No person may display on or feet.Red blue visible from to get away But he must '
or lights Mirro lures are also UJcIn' a
in view of a highway any unauthorized directly in front of the vehicleare : had turkey for dinner At lot rf trout, here lately No par I cream I IUSiRE
rate, he wasn't havin' any I : SHAMPOO
sign, signal or unlawful. -- --- --- by Barbara Gould (RIME
which is an imitation or resembles : that day! I drug one right I

an official traffic-control device Pedestrian regulations include outside t him-so close that the line Stock Reduction Sale f I I $150 1 .1 With free creme rinse '
of municipalities( : I
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1 1. No person shall walk on eel DECOR Interior-Extorlor vinyl gpEcui: I I Reg. 1.00 Value 59
Pedestrians, bicycles, motor us { hopeful that the JL. phaUiNfuUr
highway where sidewalks arC! paint) Regular $4.70 value Both For
"footers with five horsepower! or of the legislature will TWO GALS. for 7.50 13 M itm. I
l less are prohibited on interstateand available. 2. Pedestrians will! realized" llmt. 1 Wth, Ceuaen. Th.... w... 1/11
This lavish, extra-rich morn
walk: on left shoulder facing Dit-contlnuod colors In SUPER
limited access highways. that tho [five I workswondershelping smooth i
traffic 3. Pedestrians will not KEM TONE regular $195 TWO
line and that
The new speed limits on interstate cent wholesale sporting goods( GALS. for S7.50.. sway tiny age
,1 t etand in roadway for the purpose dry tlaky Itcling thit corn* with
highways are 40 MPH of soliciting a ride em produced( $76,593 in Dec SUPER KEM.CLO Regular winter blunterwind*I
minimum with 79 MPH maxi which was $5,165, or 7,23
i a ployment or business $".9 TWO GALS. for price of SrECIAfTHROAT CREAM WH
, mum in the daytime and 65 at All pedestrians crossing( tho cent more than was received one! Superbly formulated to help
night November collections Fls (firm the throat and neck
.. crosswalk, '
On four.lane highways slow- roadway, not in a $ year collections total $289 Regular $100$ SJBOE'CKERD '
. shall yield right-of'way to \chides THIS COUPON Good For $1.00 91 Reg. gee 12 Inch fl
moving traffic must use right \ 547"The ON PRICE OF ANY $1000 Sturdy Fiber 39
lane except when passing or << five per emit wholesale PURCHASEI' r Brittle with
It Is unlawful to follow! ( a fire or more
1, preparing for a left turn. truck call, is not producing as it should TLV. Stamps with all purchases! [i] Metal Hang Ring
on an emergency ExperteDC'n
It is unlawful to drive to the to the fact several law suits
closer than iOO feet, or drive LImN I With (MMK Thru WM 1/11
Dri/a Stoff
left of the center line on four : under way, Straughn said Factory Paint Outlet Inc. r f .
into the block where the fire
won't t be
lane highways. expected revenue 'I
| AM 7.3255
truck has stopped to answer to
until the validity of the
Turn signals shall not be
the fire, or park within this is finally settled" i j. Baldwin Shopping Confer I coUPON __ _
. flashed as a courtesy "do pass"gesture
, block
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to other vehicles approaching It is unlawful to drive over i C Peanuts B
from the rear. I Spanish
any unprotected fire hose. f
Turn signals shail not be
Bicycle regulations require :
flashed on one tide of a vehicle I R.g. 79c Full l c
riders to follow all applicable if
highway parked on the shoulder of the traffic regulations an iniln.te: LI Pound Vacuum 3 6 k

1 1. Must ride to the right side of ; Packed Can
Left turns shall be made fromas
the road. 2. Cannot carry more Limit I With Ctuxn THru tvx I/I Ifl
near the center line as possible
persons than that for which the
and onto the left hand lane
bicycle was designed 3. The ,
lawfully available. COUPON yyff: ors
t ,
bicycle rider cannot hold ontoa --
In making a left turn you
moving! vehicle 4. Persons riding 6l
must yield the right of way to ir
bicycles shall tot ride more COMET
vehicle approaching from (CLEANER
than two abreast. 5. Riders shall
the opposite direction so close as d
to create a hazard. keep one hand upon' the handle j Big 17c Toll

" The manner of obeying a stop'sign bars.No vehicle sholl at any time :; cc Can famous I 11 1L j.

or stop light: 1, Stop shall a a
be driven through; a safety zone s Comet Cleaner
be made before entering a crosswalk
; Limit I With C.UMI" ;Thru Wad ass I
2. If no crosswalk( stop
" shall be made at a clearly mark. ,

., ed stop line. 3 If none: the ; r ?ON _BOfinftPyjonQni
stop must be made before enter l

ing the intersection whore the FOR f y *- WILDcoi
' I Will D
driver has traffic.a clear view (of approaching I'

The driver emerging from an ALL c, .-_ lit 3 Pound

alley, driveway, or building in FOR Baa of Clean 33C
Seed.. j jL
a business or residential area, I WUci g1rJ 11
must stop before driving onto a For The HAND Sign 'I R.,. 47cUmil .
sidewalk: or sidewalk area, yield PHONE 277.1079 : i"n' ] I-Wit. 0.UM. ..Thru. r:"d. 1/:! ..,. i

the right.of.way to all pedestrians LOCATED 25 MILES WEST iJ .' 7LF] As
J. :
BITHLO. 'i .. ,
then yield right of way to( 6 / 4; "
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Hello, Central, PERMAMENTR.g.

/ .- S 1.75 lu B1 07F a

.4' Give Me... : moll"' Toni 1

NEED IR i lh When telephone looked this say back in Llrwl' t With CwMe Thr". Wed. 1/1.

.7' 4' 1842, you can bet there were plenty Clf

I r.i' people around predicting that this new
MORE hone" idea would never catch on. COUPON ?mLwa 1
e's', But phone did catch on. Constantly Improving I

, A/oeM 's'i_ } providing broader/ service. I I Paper Napkins

f Today, here in Florida, Southern lJen1atlt 1

s Aft 4 more than G'JO.OOO'; telephone In opera
+ + tion. And still the planning and workings 8t; Poly Beg of

1 goes on. In 1964 mow than $79 million i + (200 famous Pert_ 2 3c sNapkins.

i will be spent in the aUU to add new We.I I Reg. 49c

h I I", facilities and improve existing oDef.t .
phone I ,LI"I, WON /wean Th.u. w.. III' I
f The number of customers served will top

J / I t 1,000,000, and tome 99,000 phones will boinitalled.

UPTO 5 YEARS BANK FINANCING AT 'd v 'r' By the end of they tar Southern COUPON __ ._._
C' d4 Boll's total investment In Florida will

r reach $703 million.
SPECIALISTS IN I f '! k These are some ot the plan for 1964. Lib

DESIGN AND Florida Itself Southern Bell la pledged to
M Reg. oi.
CONSTRUCTION f prog ret i. And woVo com a long way C
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FREE ESTIMATES NO : \.. J Beard SoUsaet
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southerni\.ell( [ : #H +uPS 7pmUay S Meat ICfiJ. .:

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1) .1M4 NOTICE: Or AfNCAL! : )1t.ETINO IV" TUB CIRC-tlT COl RT or TUB: (Court lIe./I real
AdvMata January have
4-B TlhisvllU (Florid) Str > I or MIIAHrHOIUhH' Meru" JIIMCItl I tlHttir ISMI cU8'" R. BARNES I If f you estate-
-- or _\ rllll IIHrttHII (ULNr\: Clerk of maid clrtult Court
also. yvDAN.11.etllvua: ., M u rIOKIIIA. By, Derlle "." to sell, or if you are
Lots rIITINIILI r .utl.I..k:: :
.... I.OIUU' > 'i-: Dec. S3, 30, 13 (9600.1) looking for choice read ll|

PuzzleACROSS rilE FIRST FEDERAL VAVINCI8 1'lalnllff. IMlThe estate, use our classy
TITLSVlLLfc: FLOK. VUtA JEAN\! JOHNS, Titusville Star- fied columns.
IDA: IXfendtntTCI .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that : VERA lEAN JOHNS Advocate, 1 1st in circu
the annual meeting. of the Bhare fll CLfeNDhNIN STREET!!
8.Covered 24.Dry, I J L f holder of the First Federal. 8avlngi CI1AHI.hHTOVVtdT: ration in No. Brevard
LLUten and Loan Auorlatlon of Tltuivllle
will be held .t 3..0 1'10.' W..hlnlton
0.Quarrel timbers wine I I" YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIflED
8.Worth 1.Lure t t 1 Avenue, Tltuavllln Florida< on. Wed. thai a lllll of Complaint for Divorce Rates Starting As
25. Ort. : ntday, January 13 1W>4 at 2.00 ,
N haa been filed against you la the
10.Egyptian pulpit ental n J v clock, In the afternoon for the purpose bove.atyled, ".u.., and you ire rtquired yha Olcd1imJ1 Low As:
dancing c1r8.. of election of Director and the
Story lute I to nerve a copy of your Anwer -
12.Light 9.By way ot 28. CUn. Iranaactlon at all meeting or any or Pleading to the (lllll of Age
'p adjournment thereof of inch other Complaint' on the Plaintiff' At torn 237 t,030
sarcasm 11.Under. 20 Annually
ning : .. .. .. per
I_ 'UIOln. may properly com before y.. WALKER It PEARSON, 313
13. .17 $1,1X0
Cyrus world 28. Slices, i t add meeting Washington /venue. Tltunvllln 25 3 per Annually
Field goddess as .'. IR8T FEDERAL RAVINGS Florida, and file the original Answer 40 544 per $1,000 Annually
AUantlo 11.Young CJt 1'.......,'. .A.a.... AND LOAN ASSOCIATION! or Pleading In the Office of the
herring: bacon OF TITUSVILLEUy Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before HAROLD A. STANEK &
14. N. E. Jones. the 21 day of January, AD1J ..
s Opposed toawcither Scot. I ASSOCIATES
Com- 30.Paftof
t 9 Prellclent I. If you fall to do 10 a Decree
11. ConjunCo peas Saturn' Pro Conf.n.o will b. taken .gain.t,
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10.Christina Uon point you for the relief demanded. In tb. 117 BROAD STREET
/ : rings Secretary "The only time money goes
r on? U. tle 34. n 40. I Jin 6. 13 (Mon) 1904 lllll of Complaint. 167.2392
( DONE: AND ORDERED at Tltui- very far these days la when a
ShUt 20.0bltacle 33.Part ot Olympian vIII... Horlda. thla loS day of December "
20 MarsJi 21 Open: "to bo" god Remember pay your Paper Boy I A. D? 19 ;J. quarter rolls under the bed

23.Apprehend 'poet. 38. Metal &1. Before I

4tT 27.Asldo 22.Herd ot 3T.Kln'S U.LJly c ME WELL, I WHAT
29 30.,Perfect whales title 44. AUOW' DIDNIT 'tMY EITHER DIDN'T' ,
*;\ S3:Weep I i 1 'I- 1 / ; WHO 5C1550R5 TOOK .

S3 Percolates35.Tolonfffor:
1 ,1/ 11
1-13 S8.XarMwith

trick* 1& II

"Well, if it's NOT your birthday today, then 4ZBha&eapearlan-

WHAT'' is it ?" 51 / i5

44.Part of) I. 11 II I' r

coat Vh lj" V/ 1// r// '/. ,,\

43 Regretful U 11 U 11 14 11 to :d

i' 4T.43.:Headland48.AtternooR Follow ,---u tl UOO r 'SillH

ANN LANDERSA reception DOWN a 11 u o... / :

LFlax "/ / h J. 14 C
'/ '//. '/. 1'1'
Phony FriendDear filament U I. 17 V'l/ 5 19 l' 41 BECAUSE IT'S' SO EASY
2 denuiat TO MOVE AROUND: see rr tF'I

8.Oldrinnlih lily 4&' +I"poatry _: ( BUYYOU ALUMINUM A Nn :IT CAN wrrH LIF'ONe

4.Partot 41 4r--- J STEPLADDCR? ,' FINGERGOLLY
Ann Landers;: It happened -CONCERNEDDear

for the third time in three Concerned: It may appear ', 5.aleck American. F0'" .. t

that American tccn.a sera Indian
and now 1 in completely r1k
years '
are living on Junk out it not I

fed up with this nlioney friend. true Dy and large Americans arc homes? PAST.IMPERFECT If you have real estateto

My Christmas gift from her still the best fed people in the Dear Past: No lie can and

arrived laic, as usual. As alwaysit world. should tell his family, however sell or if you are '

had a price tag tucked under Teeth and complexions wouldbe not to Invite you two if they planto looking for choice real

neath but in a place where I better if teens ate fewer invite his former wife the same II'II't t

was sure to nee it. And, as in tho sweets,.but my major complaint tvening.: estate, use our classi-

past the price lag .. was about Is not what they eat, but their fied columns. I 14SINCE'THEN

triple what the thing was worth. disgraceful failure to exercise. Ann Landers frank and inform -

She had taken it off something/ IhU is where American kids alive! new book, Teen.Agers and AVERYG000
else.What need the ,hove. Sex" ($2.95)), is now available at 'New Special WHEN I FIRST 1 FRIENDS. 11f

really burned me up Is your book store NANCY HAVE S CAME IN,. t

ihat on the outside of the pack. Dear Ann: I married a divorced Ann Landers will be glad to AUTO POLICY INTRODUCED YOU BEEN V .

age as big as life, there appeared man recently Pete and his help you with your problems. TO MR, 1.
MMlliar"allMW .
a sticker which read: "SE.MD- first wife had no children but they Send them to her in care of this llvalli .':".'""1 I nlnmirxlMntorli.1 ABERNATHVYET k !

ER'S OWN" This means the gift uid: have a miniature poodle. She newspaper, enclosing a stamped : ", ? 110a
OK :
was not purchased in the store. asked for custody of "Fifi," self-addressed envelope, ilk I Ouarlerly,,UCIPrMTr'HtKUimiK'lI In III taarlrrljr. !. rLOOKMRABERNATHY

It's something she had at home which was! fine with Pete, rllu..111..Or". fr rr..ns 4 *|ieKEEL !

to the store for gift 'SizcjH- ''s. )1..rol"I' 1'.... >coo
and brought During the first month cf our ENVELOPES Business ""':

wrapping and delivery. marriage }pete got a phone call INS. AGENCY. INC. :c J I

I hate to let her think she I is from his.ex.wife almost every Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp:
lam not MaiaolU: .'..,.. Q 4 4 !
getting away with this evening "problem" with for mailing Full stock af Star- I.K.P. ... HII7-WI vOUESs 1 1I
tawdry stunt, year after year ."}di," He finally told her he Advocate. ,f// z a'A' I-l3

What shall I do? NOT SOt didn't want to be bothered and to


Dear Not So: Don't t do any This made her furious so she n 03 POLLYIS VERY TIRED, SHEJUSTDROPPED // GOODNESS DROPPED RIGHT ON HER HEAD;' I
thing You've dissipated most of decided! to make'our )lives miser ;vo 5 CHAIN

your anger by wilting 16 **WK.".'*.brtr{ Now she devote* .all her yfl AND mCII.OI.ICS l SMFItt Ft;: AWFULLY GETTING' //p rf ll /l j jDROWSY. FASTENED

When you see this Utter in print; ; lmeto buttering up Pete's rclativcs S rn TO HER LEG.., I

the notion that perhaps she Is She calls my mother-in- I,
LI0 C 4
seeing It, too, will take care of law daily to ask if she can do any U-/0 PROMPT SERVICEON ( iJ

the rest. .. errands for her. She has Pete's T.V. TROUBLES I. /t 53B riJg

Dear Ann .anderi'Thls: is not listers .eating out of her hands 1 '

my problem,. becausci} D) have no because she bakes for them and Jlrn )

children\.'II believe, ',, however( it Is sits with their'.kids. You can count on fait action on your servicecall t,. i .. r g ))

the problem of all American par to u<. Low rafts, satisfaction( guaranteed 'j'
Every time we go to one of his a
ents. e'"t relatives for dinner she's there CENTER i-ti.

J I've' been distressed by the fact Neither Pete nor I are comfort T. V. SERVICE

that American teen.agcrs/ arc hv able in her presence. Does he ---- 5-

lag on soft drinks potato chips, 2115 GARDEN STREET AM 7-3JM ,.,'' ;'- -- ,,'"
Lave the right to ask his familyto : .\ .... frt.rg.3Jt: IIt
pizza, popcorn, candy and ico atop Inviting her to their (NIDY SHOPPING CENTER) 4-=-- \ / n 'l1''J
m ..
cream. Such a diet will eventual ---- .. .. c ::- + \ iJ 't r.r

ly undermine the health of the Y. .
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Ch. S Leave It to Heaver 13::JO C'h. 2 Preililc-nt Johnion KFGM
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1 Monday, January 1J, 1 II.4 --- Tffcmllto. (Florid) $...-.......f. P'g' "-0 _

*I r-, license Legislators AAA The East Chides Florida Increaser Division On of THE FIRST shies 9ALE I I I'I

> the American Automobile Association
has chided and taken to task
members of the Florida legislators
who voted to Impose the In. # ;; PRICES
creased tag fee "after a six-man ns EFFECTIVE
delegation representing the FlorIda \ _1 MON.-TUE.-WED.
Conference of AAA Motor
Clubs had helped defeat five JANUARY 13, 14, 15, : : '
previous attempts to impose the 1964! .
tax. 1Ll p.
. In a bulletin sent out to the 11
offices in the district, the AAA
charges the interest of the motorist -
was overcome by political
pressure. It lists the names of
. those voting for the increasedtag
fee which was among:: the
bills passed in the waning moments .
i of the last Legislature and
suggests to members that they
remember these the next time
they cast a ballot.

Among;: the legislators taken to
task were Representatives Jim
Pruitt of Eau Gallie and Jim
:prcssler of Cocoa, and State Senator -
Bernard Parrish of Titus.
ville, members of the Brevard
delegation.The .

Brevard legislators were I I 4Z .
unanimous in their opinion that CVIERS
the license plate increase was the
easier way to provide additional
tax monies the lesser of two
evils an increase in overall
state sales tax or placing of a. IeL SWIFT'S' PREMIUM EITHER END OR WHOLE
tax on food and drug items being e clciirispocirif.v ,
the other alternative.

Mrs. Filbert's FULLY COO'KED

Jess Parrish Margarine . 2 ''i.; ; 49 a

Borden'i Sweet Buttermilk
Hospital List or reg. '
; Biscuits . . 6 cons 49 HAMS

i Admissions and dismissals at
Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital
were as follows for the two day e frozen foods o
period, January 7.0.January.
Banquet Brand AssortedDinners '

Admitted: Michael Mayer, . . . P7 39 IJia
56 Gardenia Circle; Annie El- I''

lioaa, P. O. Box 184; Anthony _ _
Timmy Cadore, 726 Pfarr So., 2772 Deleon Country Ave.; o clown produce fane l.

Lane; Clifford Frizzell, 1120 ,,.
Johnson Street; Judy B. Riley, Ib -
Mims; Carolyn L. Carey, 355 ".n..I ".."
:'Gray Ave.; *nd Wilaa-Brisbon,, GREENJ: STAMPS J ;
P. O. Box 647.Discharged LETTUCE ( .
: Maeonia\ James,, ''Swift's Premium
Mims; Carl B. Chapman, P, O.
Box Smyrna 1422! ;;Beach Ethridge; Rita Brown Colvin, New, -j ::k q Dinner Franks. Ib. 49c

620 Highland Rd.; Phyllis A. ''r Swift'i Premium Smokies ora :
Kiser, Box 1702; Larry Aker,
120 Echo Circle; and Sandra 12ox.pkg. .
Corbin, Cocoa. head -1, .f r Polish; Sausage 59c
January 8
,, w Tarnow'i, Tasty Chipped
Admitted: William Downs. _v.Lj/ .1
Cocoa; Frank Brown 1002 Indian 3 / .
River Ave.; John Wright. X"XCXTR/V'fd( 100 x f D Beef ,or Ham, 3 zox.pkg.. $1.I .
1030 Milton St.; Sandra Corbin IO 00 FREE 00 PRICES ', rMJ1
Cocoa; Kathryn A. Saunders, .,...., ."" .
1616 North Smith Dr.; Myrna Green Stamps IFFtCTIVEMOM.TUEJ. ,., W ,.' 'r' "\ "/ .er; r_, MMiiI...
Picard. 1450 Overlook Terrace; I ..ok; dIIJ" touP. ...me.wchos..I, I n Ji! ::: t ...-J1oJ'.L' : \
| Beverly J. Nesbit 2556 Titus BRYLCREEM HAIR DRESSING WED.JAN. Penny-Saver Pink Lotion (limit 3 please) '
Ave.; Rose Mack, Mims; 8njI 5 size 98c plus I tax

{ Ct.Rosanne Goodwin, 40 Hibiscus QQ-: QQQgOopOOOOpp: ) 0 r'' 13,14,15,1964 D E T E R G E N'T e o 3 22 11::. .. 1 e

; Discharged: Alza Matz, 1544
Lilac Circle\ ; Clifford Brizicll, IOOO XTRAp IOO F6P Flavor Perfect
31120 Johnson St.; Michael E.
Evans, 500 Orlando Rd., Douglas J71( Greon A VIERS ?[ FRUIT COCKT L Scan19c :
Hunter! Cocoa; Anthony Cad .
ilk Ihit "J tl
I c upw pwdiaw :psi
OI'C. 726 So. Deleon St.; Lisa :
Spiller\ 20 E. Court; and Carolyn MAXWELL HOUS. INSTANT S ta I,y'I Delicious' '
10 far $1.49FREE jo..iru

-Carey- -, 355 Gray Ave. -. S'JQ' QWQfQ9. iM9i S WAFFLE SYRUP 26art.: 39c

R e

[O'ny( : .::0 I N E 50mE T Am50 Pillsbury FLOU Pancake R 2lb.O 35c

I J7Green/ ..it*thlt, ....,.....Stamps.dtu.ch...!* pkg. S
...... .... . '"
Shove Plain --- "
Aero- or Menthol Airasol11ox. ; -0' < ,
Thereonly I sixe 89c ________________ /'y-- ... .'o"'i't,. < ,., .' _9p .". J.
....... .. _ 7. /. *"tJ.1 _'.'''If'',4;;__... ,..'... -< "" )
r:::;:, w< Jon." IS. I r:NIIX:; '"" -- :

OQOOOOOQi01.QJ..oJl.9..Q.Oj! 6i..9 -. _____________________________ WHERE SHOPPING IS A' PLEASURE I '
,_ ,_: L 'oe :
J71( Green Stamps
I ilk Ait wvptn rj wch t M :
LIPTON'S giant list INSTANT$1.33 TEA a You GT I -- 7 1flPflh1lJ 0 528 Park Ave;

QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.'.0'" W" J.nwry IS. I,.. : ;: OWGREEN JTAItl: r'r t' t PUDLIA ..-


: 30 ,...,. ., nperie- ; '. hu 1M A R K E T and South St.Titusville t. ;
r0a aier'end.od.a: '.waty: ; cairo beauiypeanut sweet mixed: nolds S'-lives s/ -

iii.. .. butter aluminum pet food #
r. lnf.ra.tl...,a a-. pickles #
: .. 25' le o.. 29' 2S.h. 33' 2 ".' 29 I
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TvIttPrtd.sIdv.C.J( } Monday, January 1). 1164

I: Don't Store Left-Overs. Sell 'Em With Classified Ad I Ijl

E For Rent Mobile Homes Plumbing Supply Real Estate Services p

3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, carporte, ona
UNFURNISHED. :bedroom, 1 1 Repairs
.- pre-ctst concrete, steel-rel large lot 2670316.RIVERFRONT () .
)bKADLINE I D. Refor bath. Whispering Hills. $132 pelmqnth.Call MOONLAND
p.m. r
forced, state-approved, sizes 540 Necchl
-I'ubllcaUon For Vtd. Ptl. 267857. I
I gals., 630 gals.. 735 gals., and 1000 BEAUTY: Lars Morse
1 II. A.M. Ifat. For Mon. Publication Wbite
LARGE UNFURNISHED 3 bed I Mobile Home Salesu.s. gals Grease traps Installed, tanks rustic 2 bedroom home, privat Any Make Guaranteed Service
room, 2 bath $135 a month, pumped and cleaned, drain fields boat slip, 75 x 260 foot lot beaut PHONE:' 2673139

J WANT AD RATES Phone 2672829. 1 North of relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittmi ful trees, excellent location An
t cacti word Overpass
Minimum Charge SOo 3 BEDRbOM I-2, b th$1l5 monthly. C I te' Septic Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 7. excellent buy at 20000. Sydney
229 Parker, Indian River Heights. Titusville 'M21. P. O. Box 2016. Titusvill Schwartz, Realtor. 1141 S. Hot- I INCOME TAX 2673516.
t3L I limo Ave. AM 7-6100.
i home"
IN ADVANCE! Furnished rooms with kitchenfor LAND FOR SALE! down, 36 months. Phone AM 7-
: Except Eittbllthcd AccounU retired couple or men. Q. L. 7 GRAND OPENING Real Estate 3245 for appointment. Cook's'

Broyles, 11 miles north of Titus. NEAR LAKE HXRNEY, Rt.46, Well Drilling Service.

(JuMlfled. Display lute ArtllibU ville. Scottsmoor. lots 100x300, $1000()()( up. 5 acres,
on Requ.et'Tbe SALEAUTHORIZED HOUSES FOR SALE ANY KIND of sewing and alter.
SUr-Advocau reiervci th. BEAT RENT! :3 bedroom, 2 bath, rich soil, cleared 3000. Horses, ations. Elsie Cbaudoln 267-!
iI'jyiier. of revising or rejectingan7Thdvertliement Indian River City, 267-7678. trailers, O.K. Geneva 3494781.
which It deems --- -- ---- -- --
objectionable and to chine the OFFICES FOR RENT DEALER I home fruit trees, $$11,60 APARTMENT SITE: 195 feet on FREE LP bottled gas installation.

cl .ilflc tlon of any advertliumiBl I I Park Avenue Realty, 103 East Garden Street and street front 2019 N. U.S. No.1. Titusvill
from that ordered to conform to SIDE OFFICE, 25 x 20. Reason. 50( x 10 2 Br. $3,835 Suburban Propane Gas Service.
the policy of tbli paper. I Park Ave. Edgewater. Open age on two other sides. City; 267-(411.NIDY .
Tb. 8Ur-Advocu will not b. I. able. 247-0167. i Saturdays. water & sewers Zoned for apart.
_ _
.pon.lhle for more than Doe 1.. A size & price for every pocket merits. Priced to sell at 14000. CONSTRUCTION CO. Con- '
correct Insertion nor will it be I ROOMS FOR RENT book. Honest values Honest GARDEN'DALE, 3 bedroom, 2
liable fur any error In adv rtl... I Sydney crete work, masonry, roofing! ,
menu to a greater extent thee ROOM FOR working man. 602 service. bath, central heat and air, Hopkins Ave. AM 76100. carpentry and remodeling.

the omit of the pace occupied by Tropic St. available January 31. Best offer. Phone AM 7-2326.
Ibf Item In the advertlaement.ButlneH A square deal at all times i 267-6477 LOTS FOR SALEDON'T

ONE BEDROOM, for one or two
t SINGER SEWING Machine Co..
Long Term Bank
Office M! Male| gtrmt persons, kitchen privileges. 267 Financing '. 3 BEDROOM[, IVi bath. $300 down, sales and service. Pinking shears

Office Dial Iloura AM I T-0331 00:to S:30 7378. Free Delivery & SetupMARTIN'S $85 monthly. New 3 bedroom etc!. sharpened. Phone AM 7-

SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies 2 bath, Florida room central PAY RENT! 2244.
MOBILE heat. Will trade. Call Wessne
for rent. Ml Orange St. 267.
Animals' 3400. HOME SALES Realty. 2677125.LAKEFRONT Used Cars & Trucks
of those called I him
poll-takers today.
1224 N. U.S. 1 N. of Overpass TRAILER
POODLE CLIPPING and groom REASONABLE RATES day, your opinion." Titusville 267-3081 ALL season home. ) STUDEBAKER Hawk, $m 'J6
ing. Call 267-3102 month. 130 foot frontage on Lake liar.
for 267-
appoint or Telephone
ment. I ney, near Route 46. Available //5.Ford, 2 door, station wagon!
0413. For SaleFURNITURE Help Wanted I I now. Call Geneva 349-3191. OWNERSWe $250. 536 Vanguard Lane, 1KC.

Boats For Sale WILL sell
OWNER 2 bedroom
TV Maid service.
ditlonlng $25 MALE HELP WANTED '
58 CHEVY stick V-8 $300. Can
2327 S. double garage, utility room. 261 have beautiful full mobile
weekly. Washington or NICE 2 BCDROOOM trailer, extra acre
25 X 6 WORK boat, 3 old. BRAND NEW overstocked. Must be seen at Garden Street Barber
years call 267 5407. large cabana Ellis Lane 2470.
sell 7 piece living room suites SECURITY GUARD. 30-55. See home lots, size ICO x 440 Shop.
Chevy- motor, $300 or will mile north of Mims.
trade for what have you. Phone LOW rates, ciean rooms for work $119.77. 3 complete rooms, $248.50, Bensted at Palm Harbor Mobile I BEDROOM house, dining I I room for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH -'63 FOR-D. F AIRLA--E. sports

M4-2912 or write Box WW, Star. men.( 103. Call 267-6135 or 267- no money clown, easy terms. Call267573S. Park. U.S. 1, 5 miles south of TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE! and garage. Downtown washington Move In now Trailer Livingat coupe, take up payments. 267-
Titusville. 3992. Open Sunday 10-6 Avenue. Suitable for small
_Advocate___ _n_____ ___ Titusville. Lot 32Lust business and home combination its best. 2674.
18.FT. MARINE plywood runabout STORE SPACE FOR RENT FURNITURE :: 3 rooms of fine I 8 MILES west of Shims $275. Call Financing available. 2672311. Continued on-Nut Page-

with 25 h.p. Kermath Sea Cub furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. 267-7S78. CHRISTMAS PARK
Cylinder marine engine, all in STORE, 2470 sq. ft., ideal for hard 7 piece dinette all only $13.8.5:

excellent condition. New Tee On ware.Garden Air conditioning St. Plenty of and parking.AM heat.. per month. Decor Furniture, 206 13 INCH male l Beagle vicinity ofWhispering Moving StorageLOCAL FIND ONE LIKE IT
Nee heavy duty trailer. $70000cash 72326. N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian Klv- Hills. Call 267-2106. 11 Miles West of Indian River $100 Down

complete. Ambrose, 543Polaris er City. Phone 2677613. AND I'LL BUY IT! City on Rt. 50. Christmas FlorIda -
AND LONG distance movers.
:oI-R.C. 267-7913 For Sale Mobile Homes Moving, storage, packing Phone Orlando 275-1939
For Sale Rent Titusvillft 88 x 120 beautiful
or : $45 Per Mo.Nice
( Building & Const. shipping, cold fur storage, era wooded Lot Paved Streets, .
CABINETS. WIDOW formica, 267. TRAILERS FOR SALE ing. Free estimates. 267-3341. I ACRE LOT in Minis $2500. :00-
---""'- 6143 or 2676692. 3 BEDROOM house separate din. Brevard Rldgeway Mayflower. Sidewalks. New 3 Bedroom, 2 200 foot lot In Minis, $1650. 1 acre 3-bedroom
NIDY CONSTRUCTION, resident- log room, family room and patio( bath home. Central heat and lot in Whispering Hills area homes

tab.: commercial and remodeling 10 FT. Walnut bookcase, headboard acre lot. 1830 S. Smith Drive. Mobile Home Owners NOTICE air, Dishwasher $14,390. Liberal $3500. One 75 x 100 lot Indian l/i hour from ,
12. years In Titusville Licensed for king size bed $80. Silvertone -I Phone 267-6921. River City. $550. Call Wessner
and bonded. Phone A1BusinessOpportunity! 7-2326. console TV, $35.:536 Vanguard "" -0. ] Terms. Will consider paid Realty 2677125. :
Lane IRC. 267-1891.___ Help Wanted LIVE RENT NOTICEI for house trailer in trade. Titus. Trans-Florida Realty, Inc.,

CHRISTMAS LAY-A-WAV hereby wish to give notice ville 2672834. Robert M Evans, Services 2531 Edgewater Dr., Orlando

Never picked up. Brand new 64 I WANTED, SEMI retired couple to'' FREEInvest that I will not be responsible for Builder, owner.

ESTABLISHED PROFITABLE Model Console Stereo 4 speak manage small motel. Apply Box any bills Incurred by persons PAINTING, expert. reliable and Phone 241-9553

siness for man or man and wile. ers. Full stereo, $229. regular I OB Star Advocate, state full other than myself. satisfying work. Estimates glad
PhOtle 2679826. price.) Pay only $199. Appliance particulars. $20 down and ly. AM 70776.
W. T. Grant Co., Pirtli payment Herbert J. Kelly _
NEW SPACIOUS 3 bedroom 2 tile<
Child Care Plaza. MALE AND FEMALE pay only $20 monthly and you Jan. 8, 10, 13 (Mon Wed. Fri.) '64 DRESSMAKING[ ORIGINAL styling -
will buy and possess your own I bathf. Large living room wall expertly fitted, alterationsfor Homes 4 Sale
SUPEif'SfUFF.ure: nuTfi'hat'eBlue
I EARN $20 PER DAY or more In extra large full acre trailer lot. to wall carpets. Screened back men and women's garments.
CHILD CARE'.J>y Tiour. day or Lustre for cleaning rug I permanent route( work. Will train Become your own landlord. PersonalHONEY porch. Central air conditioning Lillian Hudson 2673158.
wrclc. :ndian River Heights. and upholstery. Rent electric. man or woman if inexperienced Don't tear up rent receipts each I and heating. Builtin range and A40-Large 2 Bedroom, Country -

A$I 75766._ hampooer $t. O'Flanagan FuiBiturt. Write Mr. Heath, Box 2768, Memphis month. More than 150 happy with all the secretarial oven, dishwasher, disposal. $750< Home on 10 Fine Acres-
307 5. Washington. 2, Tenn. families now reside in our Beautiful down, move IB. AM 7-1928. Terms Negotiable.
\ For Rent SM iTtf-CORONATTarge carrie Trailer Community. Only a |positions now open and with those I
I and stand. One leatherette chair; FEMALE HELP WANTED few lots left. Visit us and see {that will be opening everyday I BEDROOM, 2 bath, new, lowdown H88-2 Bedroom Home) in City

FOR RENT $30 MONTH one large bassinette on wheels; for yourself the finest Mobile from now on. why don't you enroll payment. Nicest section In Good buy at $8,990. Good
Kenmore grill. Make offer. AM. WAITRESS WANTED Home Park In alLFlorldaCIIRISTMAS' { at Howell's Business College Titusville. Forest lulls. 267-3564 Terms.
secretarial train- -. --- --- .... SURE!
I Repair Shop-Office 7-$ 20. WAITRESS EXPERIENCED. 11 for complete
PARK FOREST HILLS 679 Poinsettia
? I did. Their new term begins
i not do not No SIng
or Storage Space DUE TO DIVORCE we have a 64 calls please apply. phone Route 50 Christmas, Florida January 6, 1964 and I am Ave., 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, gar H87-2 Bedroom 1 Bath 75' x
model Swing Needle Dial-0-Mal apply person. 422. Phone Orlando 275-1727 ,registered. Call 267-1161. age central heat, air condi Deal Only 150' Lot on Magnolia Zoned
at 810 Hopkins Ave. ic Like New. Makes fancy sti -. Washington Ave. Titusville Florida Direction 12 miles west of tioned. Commercial This won't last

Call or write: J. J. Rozen, ches, makes buttonholes, sew; U.S. No. 1 &" Titusville -r-I have rental at $6,000. with $800 down.

!220} 71 St., Miami Beach 866-0272 on buttons, monograms embro MIDDLE AGED woman' to work on Highway 90. you 1 100A With AREALTOR
den, etc. Assume Remaining 5 I concession.I Crown Drive In housing list it in H73-Split Level Modern 3
I ARTICLES FOR RENT Payments of $7.50. Ph. AM 1 7. Theatre. Bedroom. 2 Bath Groundsare

5530.__ (The Star-Advocate! beautiful Plenty! of extras
j reliable
FOR RENT woman "rLI NEARS. $15,750.
EASY COMBINATION washei. >N who is capable of handling LOOKING FOR -
Floor Sanders, Polishers dryer, 2 motors excellent coidition. children ages 6 mos. to 6 years. Look for this
$150. Telephone 267-321 I For modern at River 1172-2 Bedroom Nice Home
Phone AM 7-3255 nursery THE ULTIMATE? for
after 6:30: p.m._ Lanes. Apply in person, 9-3. Yes we have 100 acres with lOOd symbol yourprotection. : Wood floors Hi 1 Bath< -

FACTORY PAINT OUTLET AUTOMATIC washer, Shirley 1\IOIr.\ DESIRABLE 4 BEDROOM. 2 feet of paved road frontage near It sig. e 100': x 100' Corner Lot Thisis

.Baldwin Shopping Center KENMORE 12 Ib capacity. First $30 takes It. WOMAN FOR loan department I bath home, only 1 block from South Lake, only $1800 per acre nifies integrity takes in a all.Duplex Area $12,823

y_ See at 1039 Alford St. Lakevlei, of First Federal, preferably with the most Indian sought River after in locations one of the in If taken now for cash Land In and high professional -

APARTMENTS RENT Hills. experience as legal secretaryand this area is now selling up to standing. Deal only
Titusville. Situated on Urge ti = $3,300 acre, don't this CAN'T FIND A RENTAL -
closing of loans. Apply Earl per pass
APARTMENTS AND trailer GUITARS, ukuleles, band Instn Jone 2671911. 100 x 120' completely landscaped sleeper up. Ask about larger and with a Realtor Only a TAKE THE NEXT STEP AND:'
this home
lot all brick leaves
Weekly, monthly rates. Adults ments. smaller tracts and other real estate Realtor displays this seal. BUY A LOW DOWN PAYMENT f
little to want. Has
504 Garden. LESSONS on all Instruments. WOMAN FOR cleaning and ironing extra of all kinds. If it's Real Estate HOME.
large, all electric kitchen with
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC on Fridays. Own transports' oodles of cabinet: For See, George M. Barley, Jr.,
.. DUPLEX FOR RENT 2126 W. Tropic 2676385IALLICRAFTERS ton. Call 287-5813: after 8 p.m. space. I COME TO
mal dining room, plus living Lakin & Gordon Inc.
FURNISHED.:'/ .2 bedroom, air con SHORT wave WANTED-CURB girl it Fransen's room and family room make Realty &
diponed, all electrickitchen and radios. George's Electronics, Drive In on U. S. 1. No phone this the ideal place to rasie a Bryan-Conway : I
hiyit.; Carporte and utility. Avail. your authorized distributor. 1412 calls please. family. Has large completely Registered Real Estate Brokers Winstead, Inc. ARROWREALTY

ahje.: Call 2676901.HOUSES ._ Hopkins Ave.. 267-4631 finished': 2-car closed garage 23! Main St. AM 3025 Titusville J. W Chlldre, Realtor
MALI HELP WANTED plus a laundry room and extrastorage
FOR RENT IORSE SADDLES, 1 western type, room Completely air i Conforti, Realty

UN& RNISIIED. 2 bedroom house! $45. 1 English style, $33 267. MAN WITH PIIONE and aut<* conditioned and heated. Very Sydney Schwartz
realistically priced at $28,500and !! I
after 5.REPOSSESSElJ. )
2105 with
Tile bath carports, utility room, I ilbel Experience. Call 2674238: spray after there 1 Is a mortgage on the ACREAGE & Danenburg's Beach

$80/ monthly. Temple Heights, SPINET piano due< guns 7pm.YOUNG. property Call us today for an Realty AM 7-7037?

Prjone 267-1928. to transfer. Perfect condition. appointment to see.ltA. Duffy's Real Estate

Take up small monthly pay. MAN with sales expert ... 311 North Dixie HighwayOn
a a ments. ence to manage fruit shipping C COMMERCIAL Edwards Realty ( U. S. No. 1))
WEIR SPECIALS KIRK SCHOOL OF' MUSIC and curia shop. Phone 2670413for () Ed Kittles Agency
Indian River City
.2126 W. Tropic 267.6385 appointment. .
A12-20 Acres High and Dry : I L. B. Newman
3 fEDROOM HOME close tot ABLE LAMPS dinette set with South of Route "46" 1320 ft Don R. Mancini Broker
.wn. Can be bought on lowdown 4, chairs I bookcase couch coffee Road Frontage $1590 per : M. N. Weir & Son, Inc.

payment with monthly table and 2 end tables. 1.I .7327. Real WU.Rt'ALTORS Acre. j
payments of approx. $100. To- I EstateInvestments ----I
ill price only 11900. Call us I C33-7W! Acres with 300) ft. US
far apoointment to see. '25.00 CASH REWARD No. I Frontage and 300 ft.

.. .. River Frontage. Excellent "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate ServiceIf
NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home I for the aerial pprehenilon and. M Location Priced right. .
conviction of the I person or p r-
readY to move into. Close to ion who stole from the front DEER BAR on U. S. No. 1 412 Main St. Titusville.\ Fla. A15 10 Acres near US No. 1 &
Priced atoly -
schools & shopping. patio of my horn t the night of ZUll4kac
$13.500 with terms to be I January 3rd. 1964: On Villow 5 rental units Good returnon Phone 2675000 North of Mime Good highland (
Chaise Louncit one Qrraa Chat Investment-$20,000. Cash. $1630 per acre. JlI
Loum; one arm-ild tabu with Down.
excellent for trailer I Iron support and amdhyit glees! -- I L86-200 ft. Frontage on Hopkins I
30 ACRES, top; from the front entraD" one DUPLEX !Modern 132 ft. 255 ft. Road TllephoneI
with i
pjrk. Property situated on Cram folding lawn chair; from I
ridge with excellent drainage.Can tl toO back yard *n* ".r, lari Frontage on Magnolia Ave.- SEE Frontage at rear of propertyExcellent I AM 72011I
29% down handles. OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE Business
be purchased for only white Aalra BUlb full of bud Apartment or

$i500 per acre with 29% down Mrs. Sophia Scott MOTEL Modem 1 unit and handles.Location $15,000. down I 1. If you are considering a home in the North Brevard

and balance to be arranged. 1S34 Rlv r.UU Drive living quarters, centrally located sales staffto
call of trained experienced
LJjt us show you. Tltuvlll only $19,000 down. I HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing CJ1-180 ft. US No. 1 to River : area one our the entire
TELl AMT24A3FURNITURE conduct a tour for your family over
Marina Site
225?U. S. NO. 1 Frontage 675' Titusville Area- or Apartment We older homes in nearly
ideal for uses. FISH CAMP- Location or Both $7,000. area. have new and
many :
Ira. depth, Modern 2 bedroom home Cash handles. I to fit almost
A* present has small 4 urut boats Lake and Road Front. down every section with price and terms
n1I>tel. Priced at only $35.000 C50 ft. Water Lot US any budget.
age Full price $39,000. ] -100 -
wjth terms to be arranged. rLARGE 75'1 x 110' [ LARGE POOL No. 1 with Riparian Rights bedrooms with
Excellent 2. Near Catholic Church Three
desirable land TRAILER PARK in city limits $12,500. with -
of most I
9 ACRES development Priced Location Good Investmentat I LOTS WITH SHUFTLEBOARDLENTBAL good terms. Florida Room. Wood Floors. New FHA loan re-
for small 3 rooms of fine furniture- $112,500. 291":: down handles.
only $3,500 per acre.MAALvUS.smyUma quiring $450.00 down payment.
8 piece bedroom suit, 7

night or day piece living room group and ARROW I 3. Two 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick homes in rice community -

foTTBn appointment. ARROWREALTY with paved streets and sidewalks. Mini
3 piece dinette All for within 24
mum down payment $700.00. Occupancy

Only $95 DOWN $30 MONTHLYTO hours. I


$13.85 4. Listings wanted on property suitable for apart

REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on) 7.7037 ments.

Per Mo. AM 7-7037 U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more

DECORFURNITURE mile to our entrance on right. For free Information 311 North Dixie HighwayOn !

311 North Dixie Highway call 267. 586. "1 ( U S. No. 1) "an.Conwa'J & l/i/tnlteaJ, .Jnc.
(On U. S. No. 1))
Indian River City

Titusville. Broker
41*Main St. Phone 267-7113 Don R. Mancini AM 7- 2011 Day, Night or lJoUdaysrwT

: Phone 247-9000 MO N. MagnolIa Ave Don R. Mancini Broker AGENTS ON PROP TY TIL DARK



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JIIIKMI. IN ( 0 ISO IIT ItlM1 I L I Authorities
.4 .1)11 heiSt UHl\.tRII (0l5triorum. \ .\: I OK HKttHU.: ( ut hItS Ouhlanding Legal RolJert R. num, lue,'. clOrdjn .1.1I
IN THE NAME AND: BT THE West MM feet; tkence South Ig' I OR I IHI
Classified I AUTHORITY OF THE STATE: OF 2430West 2M181 f..t, theaco South I'> I II % N4 I.ttO.. HIM < IIM KKD0814: I tor of Community Services at
TO ALL. WHOM IT MAY CON. I corner of Borrow pit No. C and SAVINGS: formerly THE: NEW <, CORP, To Speak AI Legal Institute Brevard Junior College as won f
CERN. end to all percent and put. 0e the point of beginning!) runthence TURK BAVINOS DANK a New Plaintiff' I .
Advertising I lea claiming or having any rlfht South tW'MSu"V .t 1510) I York corporation .... I ,itr.ttoa
title. Interest, eatate, moitaafe arether feet; thence South 03430East *UO PlaintIff' EDWIN W. HANMVM. et ux.
lien to ar oa those certain feet: tb... Jlorth "- 11'30" East v.. IVftndanttM Two of riorlda'i mot-t outstanding to the Tallahassee and American fee for each person I Is $4.
aareele. at land .hereinafter. 4eacrlk4. IIIIV feet; thence North MM" West HAROLD j. RtrxxELLa and > (' OF VI.E: I authorities the .
Continued from 1 legal on
Preceding ,..* and the following Bereana, tagetkerwith lido feet to the. point of begInning: DOROTHY J. HL'NSELLS his wife, \OTI('E IH HKRKHl GIVEN : Oar Associations as well as the tereited persons should If'I.t
all unknowa pereona clalnHaeT Containing 3.48 .c..... more on.... and ELBRIDaB: I. BROWN and th.t on the 311 day ot hll'.y' 1:14.4: I Mt'<'hanlrl Lien Law and (the their check! sod name to ,
Used Cars & Trucks by. threuck er under known pe..... OWNED BY. HOWARD A *ALTKN MARUARLT A.. BROWN Ills wife.. at 11..' AM. at Ihe main ,'"or of Florida Bar .
wise and wife ETHEL d. 8ALTRR area of Riparian Rights In cf '
are dead or who are aetrnown Defendants.MITiriC the Court Hou i of Hrevanl' County Humphrey care Bl'f'Yard..
la be dead or sit..- !: OF 51(5.5 at Tlivsvllle. Florida tbe usderslgnml mtrgfd Lands, and Bulkhead Indwidmto planning I I t to at- Junior CnHege Cocoa r/ndl/ ; :
SECTION TOIM-*..O STATE: ROAD TAKe NOTICE! that a t3.ciara. ,
; NOTICE": la HEREBY: GIVEN clerk will offer for aale to the .
'M TR-4 Triumph. Small equity t * the featured speakers tend the all day seminar should or call 63f1.T22 ,.J k
and assume payments. 2670728. NAMES ADDREaeeSJiMvpa the ahoO.'utyied cause by the Petitioner dated January S. IBM. and ,>llo..ln. 4rstrlhe real property at the iecond: annual legil .
rUrlaaikl. the. scqulrlnc authoritythese of entered In chancery. ..... somber lx>l ' '58 VOLKSWAGON-van truek. Sac. 10 Hautli his Strict proceeding, of the faking of 271H.V. of the Circuit Court of the FDRt-KT HKtTIOS' .5, according institute: to be held at Urrvird .
Manvllle, New J......, in* V ..fn"d land, for :the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and for I IHrevard in the Plat thcrtof .. recordedin -
__nfice for best offer 2676608. HD No.' 1711. im purport cot I In toe Prtlllon I ('ount,. Flerlda. wherein. { I'lal II,..... 14. t'..ge. II o< th.Public Junior College on January 11. I
......1. Rlelamkll In this call.... VIL: Ai rlfht of wayfar The Now York Rink For Savtnl. Ho.or.ls. .ofllrevarit'iaaty. DiscMssinjj,! the morning! topic Brevard Lumber Company
'82 OIEVY, Super Sport, automa o"lli Mail KlrewtManvllle. a portion of State Mod NoII I I. plaintiff ..tI. Harold. I. Russelie '. Florida. I
tic transmission. V-8 Sharp New Jeney Ml. In Brevsrd County Florid. cod lIneally. I. lIun".II.. hla wife. together with all structurea, Im titled: FVornla'n New Mechanic
SRI No. 173.1. 1732 and that tho Honorable William U and Elb""IIJ' J. Nrown and Mar.garet pro\rments fixtures, appliances. Lien La will be Henry T. I READY.MIXED..IN.TRANSIT CONCRETE-
clean. Go for *
and $2095. Will sell Afnei C. E. Cummlni. Abridge on. of the' Judges of the. A. Irnws. his .'It.. are d... .nd alosurt maser. on Said tintS or Paint HardwareWE
or trade. 287-3773. P. 0. Box IMS Circuit, Court of the Ninth Judicial fesndanta I .II' sell 10 tIM highestsod used. I In conjunction, therewith. Trawick who Is with the law \ lulld:Irvi MaterIal Lumber m 4
-- Rocky Point Lone Island Ctmilt of FlorIda' will on January bent bidder for camS. at the This isle Is 'made pursuant is BUILD ROOF TRUSSES
'57 VOLKSWAGEN engine recently New York n 194. at 2:30: P. M I. la the llrancbCourthouse front door overhauled $650. 267.5423"- anD No. 1141 at Rockledfe.. Florida. Courtbouoe Tittuviits. Florid.... In Chsiunaillnn No. :9M6UI nowpenliog row. Trawkk. and SP""I Let U. GIve You An Estimate -
John R Cummlni consider said Declaration of TakInc. within the hours of aal. on the 3O In thr Circuit Court of andfor Delivery Phone AM 7-3931
ter S p.m. P. O Box 1048 appoint appralaera end make day of January 19<4, the following Urn. anl Counlv ."orl -- -- -- Rocky Point. Lon, Island l. Such Order. a* the Court deems pro deacrlbed real. eititie' located aimme ATKI) Hit loth day of January tation will be held (from 9am
61 VOLKSW AG new battery, $$1195. 267-0289 or I 9RD No. 141Herman Krtlee. interested may appear and Florida to-wll ,Court Scott to 12 noon.
W. Lane. 5I Trustee .* at th. time and place <].. Lot 55 Block II. of South Fat- Cl. 'KTlfl R. RARNtM: : I'lh'4SlSYIil.X OF
267-4527 I Cr34 Luella Avenue. .) sigsated.You. rick: fitierea. Third .cUOL ac- ( ...r.. nf. the circuit Court Tile afternoon presentation NM'OMT OF
Chicago Illinois and each of you ire hereby carding la Ski Plat tkereof recorded U>' Bernie ItatiDeputy CITIZENS BANK :
'57 CHEVY 8 cylinder. 4 door, excellent RD! No. 172.1: commanded. to appear by filing: anAnawtr In Plat Rook IS. Fat IS Clerk will. be made by J. Lewis Ibll! .
body, new tires. 267.5877. Ethel 8 frailer to the Petition heretoforetiled of the Public Records of Jlrearil ANDERSON: RI' II. IHAN. of the! Tnllahassoe law firm of nf TITI a\ lylE .
412 East Diamond Avenue In this cause In Inn. aHove- \' County. Flnrlila l.O\\N|>K.S tan tIcS Juno l: I\ TilE' T\TK: OF rlONIUl TIlE: < 1510E or HInrrvMnrit iIYisS 0"1
Oalthersburaj, Maryland entitled. Court on or before. February eats! property being the aamo aa I Attorne>" fr Plalntlif Hall, Hartwell. and Dt>u las. lie :1*, IMI
BEACIIBUGGY, 39 CHRYSLER, egO No. 187.1 M. 114, t. .10... what right. art forth In tine Final. Decree of S I HI Knul: Central' 'llnulevarOIMandn will dhcu the topic, "Riparian/ ASSETS ,
Howard $63. Call 267-5619 after 5 p.m. A. Salter title. Interest or lira you, or any foreclosure.HATF.D Plnrlda a.S92.IISA. :
In and the abodescribed ... Jan. 13 Mon I I C4lirt \ Right Submerged:: Lands and nf rnllectlnnI'nltext I
I 412 East Diamond AvenueOalthMsfMira of you have to thin 91 h day of January. -. M<..1... ln\ernn. . 61 FALCON, 2 door, sUck. radio Maryland land, and allow cause 19(94.Court. "
tlulkliead Linos, nf males and political. subdivisionsCiirpuraie 9\1.1\1I2.101\ .
i and heater white walls 163 Park SRI No. 1871 way. (". same ihoulil not b. tat,'. ( Heal) ISI' TITI'.HI'I"II. SMI I K nlotks .llmlmllng. I Nona ate Lane. 2672900. SECTION MJ20-24D3: STATE ROAD far the tiara aad purposes. art forthIn CURTIS n 1 ARKK1.. CLPRKOF \ ; ..\1' pIth, .tOlSt6Scaled A graduate of the! University Hank '.000 ORI.o..n.
t ll8 BRBVARD COL'NTYl the petition filed hrrrln TUB: cmrriT COIKTBy propoMla, will lie, recrKeil I and I None overdrafts 5,4(14.245.44lOomS
>FSCRlPTION- WITNESS my Hand anil the Seal HallTVpnty .by the. Clly of Tlh''"III.1..111..., of Florida. Tiawick has prat tic-, (Including* and rtxmrea I
Itertla fitmltnre
'40 LaSALLE convertible for sale PARCEL NO. 172.tBORROW of sail Court on this Ulth day of Clerk at the l if firof the tOy Mtnnwr, rd law In Florida for the January. A. D. J9<<4. until 201' p :M. pa
Excellent condition. ; lern '
or trade. PIT I.EOVARD V. WOODOf a tl""'n.lHnl Hank premises owned. ant subject la $ None 'lien.Other ,
CTRTIS R. BARNES Tim.. on Janunrv, :77 I 1l164. al Khlih 13 He Is member of
csrs. a .
267-1510 after 5. BORROW PIT JIO' II. LEFT OF WHITTAICBU an* PYLE > nnt assumed by hank
TATIOV 1U4W+00 PARTI Cleric, for of Th Hrevard Circuit. County.Court laanil AUorneyn- for PlaintiffHnllr be time ihtilsnprsn'l anil' place, all ""I.anil reielvml reail aluiKl will the Sarasota, County Bar Association awns ... .... ...... ....... lUIl5.5OTOTAl
'63 CHEVY Impala Super Sport, That part atWfe ::11'4.> loll Rant Colonial Drive
..f NWH nf 8E'. and WHnl Florida. Orlando, FlnrlilaJan. luth.. furnlt'twlala. .. (It 1111 labor. m" the American Bur As AJMRTA ___... ....... .. '14.L"4.J .
11,000 miles, V-8 automatic all I B\V'4 of SK' of Section 3, By: Bertie Hall.Drputy 11 Mon) 1M4 C ." ";'. 'ipment,ami 5 r.II pla-Ing I opimratiiaonnlruiilnc I Inoprniilon soclation and the American
accessories silver blue, 1 owner. Township t* Kauth Raa e :36 Clerk 0', I.T" RIUTIJr.f!
Exceptionally clean. Sacrifice ":.Nt laUo known as I.nts 4 and SEALS ENVELOPES Business SIzes mnntatlari.I..r.11.. In nnil A|>|iurlenaarea 'nf Judicature Society and also. the rsn-m.n4tlepueitsne Individuals' partnerships, aids iL
ui-nrinl .. .. a.OI.464
II In (Section\ 1, Townthlp 28tloUI. I roriHtrations
$2650. 267-6967 Or 2671441. ... RanlJ' U East according Holland BulfcllnaTftllanaasee Also Krait Envclopej with clasp fuiluwlnx Civil Procedure Comniitte. t.l Time and savings deposits., of Individuals. psrtnershlps. .
to of Horlrli-lmllaa I. TwelnUS) water wells ; and rnrimratlnnaDennplta ... $,llid,774.5t1
pint RiverLan4
Florida Full stock at Star- lho Florida Bar.
for lJin I
m : t. TwelM. ,
Wanted To Company Subdivision< .. 1,12.) luhmrmlhlP! || ( of fnlted. Slates OoversmrstilnsSudini
Buy recorded' In flat Honk 2. page BU Of Counael I for the Petitioner.Jan. Advocate. pumu! units lien 1VI ni">M. lie was appointed by (he last ( .postal. savings .. .. ... . .. 1M.7T4I1
of thn Nubile Records of Brevard U. :90, 2T. Feb 3 ,
USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto I Cou.t,. Horlrtalying : "T\T. Ho.'n Sup.P1(5l'ltil 'r\lr."T n. .'IUItI.I' .. \ with pump dlM-harirn pita eli' ..,piping fill In,.., legislature as a mcmtxr of the Certified'TOTAL I : and:DKI1IHIT officers' chinks, etc .. .. .:. .,IU9U1UI\ :3S, U. ."5.

Parts. AM 73686. within the following describedboundarlea. )> I TK % r HJCOTTCE ltICllti.llSit5 8. Cnrniilelp elm.'Irloal nnil control' lay committee which drafted the Ill Tntsl demand' deposits t ft...1.3111:11I: . to-wll: Commence IM IS HKREBT GIVEXTkat : aynlent!. for all ..ell pUlltll1 nil: 1W3 Mechanics Lien Law Tra- lb| Tnl.lllm... and savings deposits I S.JIJ.r.17" "
the Sooth of Section of December" :20. lt113 con
boundary 34. the State Koad Board at It* r nee'lnic gave onlto; al' ,%
OLD COINS WANTED Tawnahlp 27 South Range 38 East. to pedal traffic regulation' anil la each wick plans to have materials -
deration( to the requests relating 5' on .. '
4. )'iowsnterrs TOTAL I.IAniLITIM .. ... ... II2Isni74.45'ISa
BUYING AND selling coins line at a point 684.20 fret Weal from the cane made a review of the traffic Inveamenilalloni HlKdtlnn, ( report alonE with the. recomtlnn and mlnrellnneoiiaAny .
1940 assures you of a square deal South eastcornr C thereof run thenceFouth of the engineer at tho local' or 'locations deairlbed. below data aperlfleil bliln. ..receded will. after. tlrn ami (Ms law available to distribute I k CAPITAL ArrmrNT I I" "
not rnnnlilereil
at all times. We carry a complete Score. aoalk 0'06'30"W5J Eant 3D' Weal 33I .SO 600 feet feet: COfNTT ROAD RF:4"'OMMF.NOJlDRJr.JULAT tOne contrail' viii, Ins ..",ar.led fur. to those who will attend the CapItal': (ha) Common stork total. par value S450,< lfl.

all work. fturpluarndlvlded ... 3111I.'."Au'
stock of coin supplies at reduced to the point of beginning: run thence LOCATION!' ((} seminar .. ..
Kach iroflla 170.447.11)TOTAl.
prices. You will be satisfied all North U'W3 Welt 250 feet, thence, bid niiim I be arrampanleil |
Hall admitted to the
by a certified was
South 89'UJOWtat: 600) feet, theace Brerard B1J Section 10000 InC eherk taahlera check
when !buy or sell at CAPITAL ACCOCNT. .. .. 1.524,447201'TOTAl '
ways you Sooth B'fKno" East 121)0) feet thence ni-nuns. uS vlrlnltv' or bid. .bond' In amount nnl li>>a than Florida Bar in 1958 and securedhis .
Philip and Dorothy Boyle North 89-M30' Eaat IHH feet thence from Ill.!> MP 6f>8 o to live per i ml I ((6 > nf the bale bid ;
1023 Rldgewood Ave. North O'OS'30" Weft 950 feet to the 1(1.1) Ml' 1378U, dliT ,otance ai luarantre that the Iliilder' if5arlenl legal education from the l.tAniltTIRfl. AND CAPITAL ACCOI'NT 14,324I234&
Point. of BrglinlngContaining .I'm' ml.Itrevard !M MPII Speed. Zona th. ronlrart t. will within
Holly Hill!, Florida: on Rt. No. ten (Situ) connective calendar ilnya University of Florida where he MEMORANDA
CL3-2794 Member H. II. C. C. san acrea, mare or lens.OVVKFO In after written nnllce be I Assets pleilcod nr assigned to aertire llabllltle' and for otherpurposea
BY: HERMAN %V. LANG; 402< SectIon 10160 liven of graduated in 1958. He belongs : ; : ;
: ouch (Inrludlng folIo and bills redlsoounled andserurlllea
Aa TrgMeePARCEL Tltuavllle. and viiifrom nit, awanl. enter Into a writtencontract .
NO. 1711.: 1732 SID M P 1191!fi9 toitanca. with the city ,,f Tlluivllle.. --- -- sold 1 with agreement In reounhsse .1\1I..11:
Work Wanted BORROW PITHAt'r. 81.D NP TIM slim Tlluarlllo, Florida. i In arcnrilHnte, Iho. data sot. for the openingof hal) I.nansass above see after deduction of .'....n..
41 MPII ITneed' Eon. with the aorepted Prnpnnil,S. valuation reserves of .. .. .. aS.sw
., 1161
.ROUTE FOR BORROW flT All work hall be done In accordance bldafrnpoaal shall be I. Asm. M Clonts. V. Pres. A (Cashh. .. af the above-named hank. .*..-.
NO. C I.Err or STATION 1073 auhmllleit In .
'INTERESTED IN contract to 9J PART) + B Section 70030 In with the. apnciricailnna. which triplicate, nn taa Proposal form solemnly. swear that this report nf rendition la true and correct to the bent.I
: clean homes. 2677076. That pert ofThe : Tltuvvllle from SI.MP ...nMP may be examined. at the Ofrl,'" uf (tire,lasted aa a part of the frpeclfleallnna of my Knowledge and belief .....
2010: ta HI.I) .".. City Manaiter Tltui\llle. Klnr- ailra eoplea of whIch Ctsrvi'etAlt..0Sam
8 1, of Section! <4. Township 2.MO. distance 0.9'1' fml. 1 lila. or at the office ,if the iilneer.: available tha are. R Clonts
at office ef tha Kn
I ix TIIK nnriiT ('01 RT OF TIIKM : 27 South Range 38 RaM!: 45 :MPH tneed.. Eon Hlaik Crow sod Id."...., I Im' Tm) neer.Tha. Mu N. nulHrrw 1. W. Chlldre I : ) .1. \. ..
>'lll JIIIKItl. lylag within the following describedBoundaries a. E. Third (Street. tlalneivllle, Flor lIe of Tlluivllln., Floridareaervea Gloria A. tlrtsue George A. Morgan I Director. .
to-wll: Commence nil mad anil aecondUtlonl I..d. the above trafflo and AlleLieemoioter" C. N. Klngman '
tmiTVt '. On motion duly uneed rev- ida. .1..1 or such dorumenla' )
A'415 l M>K HKRVtlllt tIe South boundary of Section 34, were. determined. to b* reason able and neeeanary upon the haste of h. obtained. from the hnvlneer: may the> right to reject) any and '1'.11 ,
allh all hid
'I.OKII> % Townehlp 37 SoulS Range 3. East, ta waive Infnrmallilea, and Klale of Florida. County ef nrevard, .
i the engineering and trafflo 'Inveatlcatlfi ma, and authority was therefore glees abara. addrem unnn, deposit of to -ailvertlae.' Tat +
tllIoU.Kso.: i!eMITH at. a point 184.. feet West. from the for the ealabllahment. of mm and. Ih i* placing of th.. proper marking and Twenty. Dollara UMimi: t for each it CITY (>.' TITtriVIU.lt .Sworn lo and subscribed before. ma Ibis UMh day of January. 1 1M4. aid I..
.. silT I
t.: Ot' Woatbeaat. e..naer thereof. run thence I ilfni al Indicated; aim, for tin ehralntIndicated. itlo.i of cxlutlnt controls where this I.10lfN la said, deposit. repreaenla renroducllon. Tltuavllle. Florida hereby certify that I am nat in offli-r or director of ,ISle. bank.
CLARENCE- L. HAMMON.plaintiff.- North "OCSO" wrest 8080 fret coolS' and la nonrefundnbln. rterelxnil" U Talmadninty My commission upl... April 6. l4 Mae N. Rashcrry.. Notary Public.
thence South 8I"26'30"! West 120 feet It. PIIILLIPitCha'rm.1I No" Bldiler may wlthilraw his bill Mnnicer, male nf Florida. att..rgeMy. cnmmlu.lon lilre| April t, 1M4! Iloniled
Vt. to the point' of beginning, ruahence by Annirln.sssur,1 <.... of N.Y
for' a .period af ,
thirty 1 10)' ) itaya after Jan, It Ulon.1 1WU
LOW" COLEE.VHAM. ALEXANDERDrfrndanl ( North 0'0630" West 50 feet, Jan. 13: lift,) 1M4 ( I Jan. 13. tMon.) 1M4Brevard. .
MON, thence South )9'25'jn" Wen 2511 81 ;r .
feet, thence Houlh 0'34'30" Kent ill
TO: LOIS COLEEN ALEXANDER feet thenca North I9'2SJO" East to "

YOU HAMMON ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 863 feet feet thence thence North North 03430"89'25'30" West East Brevard County Zoning Office Brevard County Zoning Offico County Zoning Office

a lull for divorce has been 24H1.81 feet. to. the point of beginning 'E1. s... ** *,, .JttI .
flied against you In the Circuit :
Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Containing 2t7 acres. more or .leas. Notice Of Public -
In anti for Brtvard County Florida, OWNED BY: JOSEPH RIELAN-. Notice Of Public Hearing Notice Of Public Hearing'TO Hearing .
AVDER HAMMO.V. pet Ckancrry No. 27420. You are hereby In n. R. Book 277 page 3M TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
In favor of MAIllOT ELIZABETH -
required to .erv. a copy of your
answer or other written defeniet to ROBERT HARRIS V. HARRIS and' husband NOTICE is hereby ,l Iv.n, In aecordinc with" Stctloni 22 of NOTICE Is hereby giver, In accordant with Section 22 of NOTICE U hereby given, In accordant with S. tlan 22 of
the Complaint filed herein
Justice MuCarejr.!: Traveri. upon At. PARCEL RIGHT No. 174.1 1 OF WAY the Brevard County Zoning, Regulation that T, E. MacHo the Br..vard County Zoning RtguUtions hat Clam S. Chapmsn the BravarJ County Zoning Raqulatiena shut Ted O. Mandlfh

torneya" for Plaintiff. P. O. Box S42. hat roqt.t..ted that th Brtvard County Zonln Boird/B.arti of has hai r.que..ed that the Brcvird. County Zoning Board/Board f .
Cocoa Heidi Florida and to rile I Tli at part. of the NE'' of NP.:'", of raquaittd Hiat the Bravard County Zoning lIe.d/B..rd l of *
I liE'" ef Section IO Township (7South. Commissioners conildtr the for cti. of clan.HicjfJM Cawnly Commhilrt' consider the for af .
the original thereof In the office of \ Range 8K Eait lying betweenthe County rtqutit ng County Commissioners conildcr the request far chang af ciais. raqwott change data.Iflcatlon .

the Brevard Clerk County of the Florida Circuit. on Court or before of. 30 foot right of way for The to AU (Agricultural Ut.) on tho f.llowl"! 4j deMribedtxepcrtyt IfltiHon ta Trailer Park on the following described property I / t* BUS (General' Retail A Wholaialt, Butlnan) an tIne _.
Florida Gee Transmission Company.surecor .
the 6th day of February, A.D. did In Official Records. 41:>8, feJIaurinfl described. prOfl.rty.a t
1M4 page 429 of the Public Records of Tracts 3 A 4, Block S and Tact 1, Block 6, Indian/ RIver

HEREIN Con feint FAIL wilt NOT be entered or a DecreePro ..*.In..t West lirevard aid County the :3oO foot nor Id right.. en af the Ltl Sic U &4 Indian River Fruit & FarmUnds SID Park warded In PB 23) Stction/ 20 Township 20 Ran,. parctl 100' K 200' In the northwest corner of the IVi

you for the relief. prayed for In for Interstate Highway No. 95 way on rteordH In PB 221 Section IS Township Rang. 31, M/J5, which i Is located south tldo of Burkholm Rd. a a.pr of the WVi, ef the NW/4 .f the SEV4' S.ctlon 14, Tawnahla

ulil DONE Complaint.AND ORDERED It Tltui- 786 the Bail feet ;In said width strip across of land the South being which Is locard wish lid of tho section ins read approx ..lma tly Vt milt loot of US No 1 1. 21 Rang 34), which It located south aid af SR 4* appr.. ,

vine\ Florida. this 3rd day of January end sod 84.6 feet In width acroas the Imaloly Vt mile north of SR 405. 'JmaUly' Vt mile'' watt *f Old Turpentine Rd.
A D. 1164.COL'RT North end. and containing 1.37 PUBLIC HEARING will bt held at the Agricultural Center .

( CITKTU SEAL R.) BARNES OWNED acres. more BY or le_FLORIDA T. V. PUBLIC HEARING will bo h.ld at tho Afrkultural CooNr .In Cocoa, Fl. on Monday, January 27, 194 at t:30: A.M. or at J PUBLIC HEARING will .be held at the Agricultural' Cati.ee -

Clerk of the Circuit Court for CABLE COMPANY In Catea, Fla on Monday, January 27, 19604 at t:30 A.M., or .. soon thereafter as ptisibl Final, report and hearing will be In Cocoa, Fla. en Monday, January 17, TftU at fM: A.M. or a*'"
Brevard County Florida PARCEL NO. 184.1nORROW
By Bi-rtle HallD.puly PITA soon thoraafttr as poisiblo. Final report and h'narlny' will .be hoard by the Board of County Commissioners/ at the County CourtHouse soot thereafter a* poitlbl Final report and hearing will .b.*." .

Jan.. e. 13 ,20, 27 (Mon Clerk>)> 1964. Of( ) STATION BORROW 1272 PIT+NO.00 1J LEFT hoard by the Board of County Commlsilonors at .... County Court Titusvillo, Florida, at their first meeting following this heard by the Beard ef County Cemmliilenera at the County Ceurt: .

That part of: Haute, Tlrusvillo Florida, at their first meeting fallowing rhla dato. All 'Intoroitad parties are herein glvon' notice Haute, Tltuivllle, FIends, It their first meeting following thIs .v '
iv Tilt: rmrt IT ('oi 5T or TilE': The NE' of NEt' of Section IS -
dato. All intorottod parties horoin glvon notKO. dal. All Interttted parties herein .
Mvru U iriM. < iu( iir IM Township 27 80ut Range 34 are are given netlce.
HOHII' I> \ within the following described BREVARO COUNTY ZONING OFFICE. by O. D. Poavy, Zoning Director BREVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICI. ...
( IIN( rilV Ml. I7IMXITK boundaries, to-wlt: Commence. oa
by O. D. Poavy, Zoning Diroxtor by 0. D. Peavy Zoning Director
: : n\ PIHIICATIOVOEOHCiK the North boundary of Section 15, ..
Jan. 13 (Mon. 1964Breyard
W. WOODS, Township 27 South Range M Ea.t..t ,
PlalaUff a point 0158.9& feet. Weet from the Jan. 11 (Mon.) 1944Brevard Jan. U (Mon.) W4 *n4r __
.n. Northeast earner thereaf rua thence
DOLORES L WOODS South 0.06.,1)< ,r East OT2M feet,
Defendant thence South (9'MJO Welt 450 feet - .. -. .. .. -.. --- _. .
TO: MRS DOLORES L. WOODS to the point of beginning. run .' -
289-O Chail. Brown thence North 00630" West 7 to the Northeait corner of Borrow
Provlilence, Rhode Inland Pit No. 12. thence bouth 8ttU"Ju" County Zoning Office Office
County Zoning :
YOU ARE HBitEUY: NOTIFIEDthat West 800 feet thence South O'imjo" Brevard County Zoning Office
a CompUlitt for Divorce hai Hast l.00 feel thence North Mft3'
been filed 'lJa In.t you. and you are 30" East 300 feet. thence North V*
required to wrva a copy of your it 'W) West. 304)) feet thence North Notice Of Public HearingTO Notice Of Public
answer. or pleading to the complaint S9*53'3O" East 300 feet to the point HearingTO Notice Of Public Hearing :
0" the ptalntiff'e attorney HowardL < of beglonin .
Mayea, Jr. im Julia Avenue, Containing 7:12 acres, more. or .leas WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
P. O lime 1U3. Tltnivllle. Flortda. .HI> HAUL. ROUTE: FOR BORROWPIT !
and filed the orlalnal answer or NO. 12 LEFT or STATION NOTICE is horoby ,Iun, In accordance wit)\ Soctien 22 of NOTICE Is hereby given, In accordance with SectIon 22 of
pleading 'In tha office of tha Clerk of 1272+410
tha Circuit Court of Brevtrd County, That part of: the Brovard County Zoning Regulations that Form Val Corp. the Brovard County Zoning Regulations that Thomas J. Woodloy NOTICE I. hereby given In accordance with Section 22 ef .: ;
Florida, on or before the 4th day of Tha MS'4 of NE<* of Section 15. has roquottod hat the Brovird County Zonln0 Board/Board of
February 1961. If you fall to do '0. Township :27 South, Range M has requested that the. Brovird County Zoning Board/Board of the BrevarJ County Zoning Regulations that Stephen" A. Sharp .

a decree pro confeasa will lie taken Eaat. County Commissioners. / consider the request for chaitgo" of. classification County Commissioners consider Itto ."..,..$ 'for change of class hat reqtMiftd that the Brevard Cevnty Zoning Board/Beard ef; !

In against the complaint you for. the relief demanded line lying. decrlbd North. .and..within follows 50 feet: Cam-af a to BU-1 (Neighborhood Retail' Business) on the following /lfi atin to BU.1 ( neighborhood Retail Business) on the following County Commissioners cenildr the rectveit for change ef clanIflcitlon -

DATED at Tltuavllle, DrevalaCoullly. mend 'on the North" boundary of described proportyt described property f. BU.1 (Neighborhood Retail B"ienett' ) on the following '
Florida this 3rd day ot Kectlon 15, Township. 27 South
January 1964. Range 38 East at a point 45IIM feet described prepeHyi
COl'RT NEAL) West from th. Northeast. corner that part of Lots 79, 71 A 72, Titusvillo Fruit & Farm Land Lots t thru 13, Block 71, Seottsmoor' SID recorded in PB 4pales .

CtRTIS('1101': '' at' Circuit R. BARNES Court thereof tUat 1 2.H run fret thence tateewe boutS Maul O'Mio"an* SID as per PB 2 page 29, lying south and west of Inter. 11 A n and Lots thru 13, Block B, Scotttmoor SID East 75' ef the North 12$' ef the Wtt, of the NWV' of tine .

lirevaM County, Florida MTUWeat I*) feet to the point ef state Highway No. fS Section 30 Township 22 Range 15, recorded In PB 4 page 30 Section 17 Tewnohip" 20 Range SWV4 Section II Township 21 Range 35, which I I. located .

By C. M. SpencerDeputy Clerk' beginning Went MCI' feet continue to tile South East boundary 8"'MSD" which Is located south side of SR 50 approximately Vt mile 34, which Is 'located north aide of Hvntlngton Rd. between south aide ef SR 46 approximately'' 125' we.t of Palm .

Howard] L. Maye.. Jr.Attorney ot Sorrow Pit N". 12 .nd thi ond west of SR 401. Oak St. A Hammock St. AVI., Spruce Hllla.
for Plaintiff of said liai heists .eaer\be4\ ;
Containing 0.38 acre, more or less.
HIS Tltuavllle JulU, Street Florida OWNED) BY: AGNES C. E. CUMMI.N8 PUBLIC HEARING will be held at the Agricultural Center PUBLIC HEARING will be held at the Agricultural Center PUBLIC HEARING will bo held at the Agricultural' Center .

Ian. 6, 13 20 27 (Mon.) 1964. CUMMIN8 and buiband JOHN R. 'in Cocoa, Fla. on Monday January 27, 1944 at ':30 AJM. or as In Cocoa, Fla.. on Monday, January 27, 1964 at 1:39: A.M. or assn In Cocoa, Fla. en Monday January 27, It44 at fJO: A.M. er a* :

IX Tilt: ('IH( liT (OI HT Of TilE. PARCEL, NO. 111'7.1BORROW' eon thereafter as ....,lblo. Final' report and) .bearing will' be thereafter. as possible Finsl'' report' and hearing will be loon thereafter as poiiible. Final' report and hearing will be t

.MNTII\ KOK oItI'III"WBK"' HI 655(1') <'OINT IT. IX.MI ", BORROW' FIT He. 9 PIT- I.KTT OF hoard by the Board of C.unty Commissioners) at the County Court Heard by the Beard of County Commltslontrs at the County CourtHouse .hoard fay the Based ef County Cemmlitlonrs at the County Court _

t .nlt I III.. '. That HTATION part of 1073-fM: (PART) Meu... Tltusville, Florida, at their" first mooting follow Ing this Titusvillo, Florida/ at their first meeting' following this House, Tlfjsvllle" Florida, at their first meeting following this .

1.\\\MITUK..n. lilt OK HI'IF M.l rne WV4 of SEt of HW\4< of date.. .All interested parties are herein given notice./ date. All Interested parties art herein given notice. ilate. All Interested parties are iSereln given notice .

STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT Or Mectlon S. Township IS tTwuth.

01 Florida boundartea. l.-vlt: by O. O. Peavy, Zoning Director by O. D. Ptavy Zoning Director 0. O. Peavy Zoning" Director :
Commeaca ota the flouth boandary

;PETTY HANIIIEN .t .1.. petiLloner'l of Range Bectlon M East 14, ,Township al a sol 27 at South M4JO Jan. 13 (Mon.) 1964 Jan. 13 (Mon.) 1 19' I ;an. |II (Mon.| If44 ,'I :t

NOTICE OF EMINENT feet thereef.West rua from thenca tha Southeast North SM30 earner I, : .

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V A PAYMENT altli tf '64 MODELS ARE ON : :


A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville I I : !

F H A LOW DOWN Only 2 Miles West of U.S. No.. 1 On Garden St COWART & CARTER, INC. '.. :


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I Page I-B Tttutvlll (Florida' ) Star-Advotafe Monday, January' n, 1f64 000"; 1J 1

December Estates Filed For Probate John LalJy. who died December J

17, 1963, value
I Fifteen estates were filed for Stella Cladyr ibckr/ian, who $1820; C"OrsjJ'a
Theodore Roosevelt
probate In County Judge died August 30, 1963, value McDaniel
Jr.. who died August 22, 1963,
Virgil B Conkling's court dur- $26,107: ;

inf: December as follows: Hugh E. Bck, Jr. who died value "under $5 000'", Lock
wr Davidson who die'd
August 2,
Ma\'me L Dunn, who died November 17, 1963 value "more "
963 value under $3,000: ;'
Jan 11, 1961 \'alue1,000; than $5000'; Barbara Hill Car Pearl! Davis Harrcll, who died

WillIam George' Schneider, who coy, who died October 21 1960 May 27, 1963, value 4500.
a r C ;,I'' 1 1i2 diul Nov. 21, 1903, value "not vaule 'docs not exceed $5,000";; ----- I
none than $10.000"; Robert I.'. Carl E. Patchin, who died
Willi, 't'ho dial September 2lj January' 31, 1903 value "less
1962 value $1000; than $3,000", ; Noble C. Ayars

August A. I:ess, who died Oct. Mao. died December 9. 1963,
>bc> 24, 19d3. value $1,000; valuf "more than $$10,000",, Mat. Ct666
Howard. Reed Shafer, who died tic Williams, who died October
October 6. 1963, value $340; 27, 1962, value "more than $5,. I Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!
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FAREWELL GIFT Members of the! ''ust Saturday. From left are Mrs John .1

Woman's Golf Association of WhisperingHills Olewski, Mrs. C. II Sartori, Mrs. Van Dunn d '' ' a
Country Club presented a gift cer- ) and Mrs L E Dehmlow (Carlson ;)UN u 0r hNOCOUPONNEEDED '
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away gift during their luncheon meeting ; FROZEN ,4T

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NEW W. G A. OFFICERS New officers I. Lukens, treasurer; Mrs. Jackie Schneider,
for the Woman's Golf Association of vice president and Mrs Dorothy Kimes, I

Whispering Hills Country Club were in- secretary Mrs. Mary Matheney, presi-
I stalled during the luncheon meeting last dent was absent for picture. (Carlson _

Saturday. From left are Mrs Helen Photo) GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN Limit 3 Pkgs., Please

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NON.GLARE GLASS No Down Payment-Free Estimate ANY VlNM-DIXIE 1".
445 No. Orange Ave Orlando 613 Brookhaven 24139ONSTRUCTION Dr.Orl.ndoGA 17-19 W. Pine, Orlando, 422.3454 5 s' r l

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TRANSMISSION SERVICE Earth Moving Equipment Johnny Gentile'sPawn 50 ra Top Value StampsWITH

Central! Florida's Oldest and Exclusive Construction Shop THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF SAVE 10* EACH ,
Automatic Transmlttion mAdam., Co. : g PK9I OCAI.LOHO OM AU
Shop. Rtbulld, Exchange, Repair. A .* & Rentalsi Eitab. 8 Year Cabin JAa2 5
( IdahoanPofaloeso Log Syrup 126&. ,
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;,204 N. Orango El Trill, Orlando, i
] Orlando 421-6474 Oooo THRU JANUARY HTM
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RENAULT PEUGEOT: Da It Yourself and 1 Savtl HAL' GAllON
REUSE MOTORS Central Fla's. Large Stock of & WALLPAPER Ii
Asphalt, Vinyl, Plastic Cork Tila Plastic Coated Wallpaper 50 Extra Top Value Stamps SAVE I0", EACH NEW PLASTIC CONTAINER
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249 Boom St Orlando t Clorox I Bleach I HALF GALLON 2 9 F
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Dodge Dart Dodge Truck COVERINGS, INC. Silver; Nickel Copper| Drain -. 50 Extra Top Value Stamps Dinner Rolls 10"
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Fiat Jaguar A Mtrctd..BtnlI'We Nj Orange Orlaulu 6-3187 .
{ W.Ilutrtnq Central Ave cud. Orlando lmequrrinKrll I ; UA' 4.:3'.0. .x:. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of | .
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SIMPSON MOTORS Pecan Twirls 6-CT. PKG. 29"
9.00 a.m. until 6.00: p.m.
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CHRYSLER 100 Miles Fr. Delivery After hour and on Sunday
Sale .1 Low Easy Term by appointment only.
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Trading Post -FLORIDA Sale A Service TRAILER- YY' Juice 6 6-oz $1

Bank Financing to 7 Year f% Cans
!QYcKs Loans & Trades on Anything Mobile Homers Tamplco COR N f :

New Tru" k. Unecl Truck Specializing I A. M. to In 7 Gun.Open P. M.* Florida Tropicana Made For Florida Flare Living fr MORTON) FROZEN Lemon, Chocolate,, Banana, Coconut, N.

SUPERIOR Parts GMC- !Hrrvlco TRUCKS, INC. Route 50 on Way to Orlando 7420 Clean E. Colonial Used Mobile Dr.,Home Orlando 1 Family
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STUDEBAKER LARK .- BMW Budger Expando 'W BUREAU Waters 4 IBS 491.p
B8I N. Orange Orlando: -425404Tremendou Bank Financing
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Imports-1053 N Orange,Orlando, 1210 E Colonial Dr Orlando, 277-9471 Mr DUI 8te m.hlp Ticket. t4

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