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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 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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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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I Buy In North Brevard! $ta.r .:i'otalt: : ; Smile,!-*>/?-? You1rbidat lifts J

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents 1lt
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84th Year No, 8 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida, Friday. January 17. 196-4 14 Pages Today_____ _Published_ _Mourt" *;,'':.? /cilnosdays and Friday .

I Schools Reach 40,000 Mark. ;::1:1intenna.

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Enrollment Up

Sepper Co. Awarded Bid For New J .al.,, 't--*\ t..," rrtP 7,244 Over Same

,- :; f'W ( !
.., .,, \ Time Last YearThere

,* ore now more than 40
IRC Postoffice In Plaza CenterA
: ot(too Drcvard students! County In the public bihools

The 40000 mark was reached

government contract which the Indian River City area department for ten years, with property on the north side of elf end paused in the |past> two

will provide the Indian River The new structure which will four renewal options of five State Highway 50 between Coquina 4- r1eitltil vtiks Just at what instant the
City area with a new post office take the place of the present post years each. The Sepper Co. op- and Rose Hill AVe +111 jItttt -10000th student enrolled and who

I building was awarded Thursdayto office building at Coquina and crates out of Fort Lauderdale Size of the tract Is listed as + ar $ the student was, probably won'the

the Sepper Co, owners and Magnolia Ave, will be built by and Indian River City 12,374 square feet, a total of tttll8,' known since they're ar
developers of the Indian River the Sepper Development Co and The new structure will be ar Ivlnfi; on the overage of 15 per
4,174 being taken by the building
Plaza, located on Highway 50() inCanaveral will be leased to the post office built on the company's plaza up tltai flay. In schools scattered throughout : -
and about 7,800 square feet t / ntti$ s 1 the 72 miles of Drcvard '

will be available for parking Willlum Muller who is in

Lock Bids space. July 1st Is mentioned as .: '8hIr WI tar o charge of enrollment figures forth
the completion date for the new county, reported to the Star
I building Advocate this morning that
Announcement! of the new post there were 40031 students enrolled
office was made yesterday by as of the January 8 report t
To Be Opened Feb. 20 Congressman Ed Gurney of the end of the 4th month I

Winter Park from his offices In of the 1083.84 school term
Washington, D. C. Palm House Apartments To Open Sunday Just one year ago there were
Army Engineers In Jackson Successful bidder on the job The Navigation lock will link The present post office building :.U811: student em'oiled.

ville have announced award of will be required to start work Canaveral Harbor with the In- was erected by the Indian River The increase in ono is
$225560, contract in connectionwith within 20 days after the con via City Volunteer Fire Department, year
trutoastal Waterway an existing 7214 stucdnts or 22 per cent
construction of Canaveral tract Is awarded and completethe and the office was moved there
canal Fire Losses
Lock and also announced that lock by July 1, 1965, and all 8-foot-deep barge about 1957 from a former locationat City Broken down by areas Cen-
lids will be opened Feb, 20 on remaining. work by Aug 1, 1963, across Merritt Island from the the corner of llighway 1 and (ml Brevard has 14.001$ student
the actual construction of the A bid opening date is scheduled Indian River to the Banana River State Road 50. Present quarters enrolled, South Brevard 14048.

$3 million Canaveral Lock. tj be announced soon by One of the primary pur- measure 2250 square feet The orIginal North Urevard 0,743 and South

The contract awarded today Army Engineers on a perimeterdike pos'!s of the lock is to preventsalt rental price was $50 per Beaches area S169 4

by District Engineer Col H. R. to connect the shoreline around water encroachment into month, which later was advancedto Show DeclineCity I' rkway Junior High.& Is North
Parfitt calls for dredging a the lock site which will the Banana River, although $$75 and recently to $150 per Big Brevard )Urgent school with !,.

2,600 f -foot bypass channel a- permit enlargement of Canaveral there will be a small differencein month. 334: students' followed by 91tusyule -
round the lock site and for Harbor at a later date Highway elevation between the harbor The office has ten employeesand Kign: : I.UQJ; ; Whispering

stockpiling fill material from thebypass AlA (SR 401)) will be rerouted water and the river level, depending serves 2100 families, according of Titusville crew by downs rescue smoke investigations Snl'nty-flve percent ot all Hills Elementary 831, Riverview
channel at the proposed atop the perimeter dike by the upon the tide cycle. to Mrs. Millard Finch, Postmaster 781)), Gibson! 893 Coquina C83.
and fire half
"leaps and bounds" during 10M- non- emergencies building file damages!! and
location for the lock chamber. State of Florida. Army Engineers ,said. Mimi 677, Bayvew| 426, Cuyler
ef the vehicle louses in 1933(
brought about both by increase an 244 and Normandy 12,
Purpose of stockpiling the fill population and by Increase In Fires in private residences accounted were covered by insuimice Five
material is to compact the sub-\ area. for 33 of the S3 building injuries and no deaths occurred Cocoa High with 2,312 stu

surface prior to construction to In School Site incidents, followed by 11 in business as the result oC fire during the dints I U, not only Central Bravaid -
avoid settlement, Colonel Par- Unite Thus it Is rather amazing that sUbLi liments, and U in \punt year. 's l largest school but also l
fitt said uer capitii: !jie l losses hi the city public buildings and mlsocllanitnrctorei. .
The file depaitni" conducted: "" "'
1rrc entire county Other Central -
cd W cent-from ',11.6Q. .
) .
Per xnaa j"y"
The contract'was awarded to to $2.64, '- 130 major} fire inspections and Brevard enrollment: Cocoa
Tranx-State Dredging Co. of Fire 'causes' for the past year 1)4) Inspections of public Beach 1,473 EdgewoodJr.1Ugh
Fort Fierce at a cost of Fight Parrish UrgesFUND And building fire damages decreased as compared to the prcceciling structures Seventy complaintswere 1.429! Cluailuko-. High, 1,413:
$333,360 the lowest of five bid- 94 per cent from an year are listed as follows: Investigated; 43 fire hazard Tropical 1,142, Merritt Inland
ders on the work The firm will average of $4,235 to $254 per Iwo IIM* notices issued; and '339 fire 1020, Cambridge 983. Polnsctt

be required to complete the by State Senator Bernard Par- a site, the most we could hope uale Engineering Educational structure. Cblmnoy lUelattlv, Flues, Ov.rbe4led), U 0 permits written. Eight'fire drills 878., Golfview 870, Pineda 29.
pass channel and stockpile of rish said today that Brevard for was the best location possible System) will answer the immediate Overall losses during the past ttparki. On Hoof 0 0JJ"'ICIlViOvorbl.led weie held and 14 fire ''preven ltockledge 809, Monroe 676,
material within 75 calendar County "would be wise" to unite This site in East Orange is needs of the Cape personnel year totaled $38,118 compared to ll llrc fcqulpmnnt!: ID I tion lectures were given in the Palmetto 1SJ! and Cervita 1$.

days, with Orange County seeking by far the most acceptable of ( right now whereas the $140,815 in 1962. Cambium nurnlne, '.. N..rOpim 21 S schools and iU:! file pie-venticm Melbourne High U I South 'Bie-

Colonel Parfitt also announcedthat Board of Control acceptance of the 'out.of.Bl'eurd' sttes offered Space University will be 10 Although fire records show an M.alnr. 1 0 articles! were published In the yard's, largest school with 1-

bids will be opened Fib. 20 the new Adamucci site in east by Orange or Seminole counties years before it can offer graduate overall increase in the fire incident Mpcrki Llibli FlameA I a :1 I S'ar-Advocate. 473 students, followed by /Eau
on the actual lock construction, Orange County for the proposed ", Parrish continued. "The work in engineering. That'snot rate of 72 per cent due to Hot Minnklni A.h..*. .*MtluliChllilrin Camlm... 111':a I U Fire department personnel (Jjllie/ High 1,33ft, Ruth Hcilger

estimated to cost about $3 mil space: university, site is readily accessible from going: to( help our 'man on consolidation there were 3.4 less !: .clrlc l With.IMIIUM M.,. lthtl .. 4 14 accomplished! 8610 hours of cq 1 1,299, Stone 1,239, IndlaUntic:

lion: The Adamucci site located six Brevard and the Cape and the moon' program because in fires per thousand persons during .. Faulty': Yawl:' 1: IYIamm.bli ulpment maintenance and 781 1,250, Southwest Jr High f,233.:
The work will consist. of con miles cast of Orlando, near the what even more important, 19() years our man will be on the the year than In 1962. Fires Torche.1 Wildtnsj Llquidu./. Uuttlo*. 17 hours of flreflghting during 1003 Central Jr. High 1,187 Harbor
structing a 90-foot wide and junction of Route 50 and 520, Is ire just about the center of the norm and back again." occurred in 53 public structures, 1':1.: .. 1 :1Lamps The alarm center handled 20- City 842 Sherwood 832, Creel
600-foot-long earth lock chamber one of the new sites up for the population areas." He! pointed out that it would business establishments and prlvateresidencea Atovs, Lanlirnv, Oil t t 872 radio tiansmlssioni 11 812, University Park 793 Meadowlanv .

the largest navigation lockin Board of Control's consideration Parrish stressed further the take at least six years to open having a value of. Oa. .*n,Xnpll.nue.Ora T."r, no,. : 0 4 against 0,333 cells recorded during 781, Sabtil 733, West Eau
Florida. The lock chamberwill "We had better point of united Brevard-Orange the doors to the space university 3823000' )()) 01 which $37656 or ash\ IIpuntlneDII' Iinltlunllchlln U' the prececding year. tTallle 134 and Summitt 16

be unusual also in that it help Orange push relations in this matter"Were The GENESYS program will per cent of the property involved Vimrk. *From Mmhlnary, T a The fire department Is prrscntly Satellite I High( U the largest:
will have riprap (stone and offer graduate courses in engineering was damaged or destroyed. Krlitlon! Kta: T t 3 stations and(
this 1 Adamucci( operating
going to have to fight Irn.ndl.rx. 11..1011.| l 1 4 school in the South Beaches area
boulders) bottom and sides exccp' site or we may every bl.enmum for funds for and will be an extension Thirty-two vehicles and other .,llo/ .lvM (iririwnrki, the alarm renter on an around- with 2,132:\ students followed by
for the concrete area around I] get stuck with the Space University.. This we of the University of Florida outdoor equipment having t val tc Dynanilti. .. ) I o t I 0I"UOU. the clock basis with 11 regullr SurMae! 1,143, Sea Park 1,131
the double lector gates. Engineering College. A of Win.rllannounInknown 14 I .
the Bluestone part and 64 on call personnel( and Is
must consider. We do not, as ue of $48875, received damages 11 11 and Patrick Air Force Base 738.
The power operated steel sector site" Parrish people don't understand, this engineering college will be a totaling $470. Non-Hr. Lmerii-ncx: 23. anticipating the arrival on two
gates will be the largest ever said The Blue- many unique system of closed circuit ril., I'.nl.......", new pumpers early in April,
have funds this
for building pro Ac.ldentll tl I
installed in Florida, Colonel Par stone site is 14 TV to, in part take the place of Brush and grass fires accounted
flIt said, miles south of posed space age university. We the classroom. This programhas for 35 tires which destroyed 10 --.-------- Group Seeking
Also involved in this contract, Orlando, near Osceola County have, in fact, appropriated to already gained support from of the 52U acres Involved. ..'''/ 'tt..lJ.. ,;''-n}' .
the Board of the
Army Engineers said, wilt be and has been criticized by Bre- Control just the Board of Control for establishment The I
also answered
department Second
funds for study into needs and F" Federal
retaining walls, timber guide vard officials as being "com- requirements of the university "near the Cape. :32 alarms Involving fuel wash- I ..R ," i'
walls at both entrances to the pletely out of the question" in its ') ,1'1 : >>
Unity with the other counties : < A 'Jt !
lock access road pavement, use to Brevard County "
) ; .. S&L For Area
must be a pre-requislte if we .
machinery houses and office and "When! we (Brevard) were ..
maintenance building; eliminated from the running for are going to get'their cooperationto Palm House To '
acquire funds to build the Apts.
An implication' has been made
university; he said.
for permission to organize a

F The Space University battle Federal Savings & Loan Association
has been waging for two months headquarters for which
and the selection of the Be Opened On Sunday '.till be in the vicinity of U. S,

. I -F c 1 'site came to a tic last week Highway{ 1 and State Road SO,

among the selection I=ommlttee.The in the: Indian River City area.
k : j : committee immediately 32 of the most modern apartments ( Foil iwing a survey of the

called for Orange and Seminole In tins space age city will Built and owned by Henry C. I urea, the application was madeto
,' Counties to put up additional be unveiled here on Sunday according the Federal $llornt Loin Bank
Beck Co Df f Dallas Texas one
offers: for the university site. to owners of the: new Hoard at Washington. D. C. A
This set up protests from Bre- Palm House Apartments, of the nation's largest contracting i 1A-- haling will be held on the application -

vard County officials who con- and development firms, at 10 a.in Wednesday,
tended that Brevard also, The 32 oPCfor! Inspection Palm House Apartment were Feb, 19 Interested persona may

should be able to set before the Sunday are only the beginning designed by Broleman and Rapp appear itn poison or by attorney
board additional sites in Brevard."I 32 more will te ready within 10 and may alBO submit in-
,e' of Orlando. They are con.
don't believe that is so important days and the remainder of the formation In writing
v' w _
strutted under the FhiA-apartment
to us," Parrish maintained US one and two( bedroom units t as Thomas T, .Tuck Sharpei con-
financing arrangement e
*1k 1, H "The most important will be opened almost dally after another first in North Brevard. I actor, one of the organizers of
n. thing to me, and I want to stress that the A< qcl,iUon, :sold yesterday
s this 'again is the cooperation On the property is a larger that 111:>" survey which was con-
Located South U. S 1,
on I
between Brevard and Orange to cr *ntion area with shuffleboard ducted by a firm of exports&
push this Adamucci site. I Palm House Apartmr-nts are the courts) and other facilities from Miami I; Indicated that
first such units opened in Titulville I
would hate to see this hassle>> Rental. agents are Edwards inch an association would be a
r start all over again". to help meet the "moonboom" Realty of Titusville and Barry JAYCEE' WEEK Mayor Ed KittIes, center signs a 'financial success. It would

Senator Parrish was asked if of population (ilavr of Melbourne.Mrs. proclamation, naming: the week of January 19 25 as make! mortgage funds$ available

I be> personally thought the Intranet la off U S. 1 on Edwards said that the Jaycee Week. Calling attention to the great community folit me coitstntrttcn In the
GENESYS program was more Palm Court, to the south of the service performed by Jaycee organizations in developingan Drcvard: County, irta item Frontcuac -
invited ,the grand
important- than the Space University apartment complex. public was to outstanding program of training young( men to be north to th\. county line."

FUND DRIVE BEGINS Gene Roberta, (right) North Offered either as furnished orunfurnished opening leaders In thgir cornr unities, the proclamation urges the Besides Mr. Tuck: others listed
Brevard Chairman of the March of Dimes and Jeff Car. MI don't believe It will be the apartments are "It Is not limited to those wh-> citizens of the stale and community to give full consider; In the apIicUorrV John
lin. Chairman of the Merritt Island organization, are more important in the long run" centrally heated and air conditioned might: become occupants but we ation to the future services of the Junior Chamber of Berunry Q. |IV Nicholson
shown preparing to distribute fund-raising bank in the he said "but the GENESYS will have all electric kitchens: would like for all people to Commerce. Looking on are George Taylor left chair James Casper James A. Ojopr -

Titusville areas. The March Of) Dimes drive is being held answer our Immediate needs and each room has a television cone down and look them man of Jaycee Week activities and Karl!; Spencer president Iran E. La.on:1and. ; ; Lewis. .
throughout the county during this month. (S-A PhotO) The CENESYS program (Crad- bullet connecting to a master over,. she said. of Titusville Jaycees (S-A Photo.) Ironard..
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3 (Florida) St.r. Advocat. Friday: January 17, 1964

,' EditorialsRight I Around Nosing I Behind The Scenes I

(By Bob Hudson) An old Latin phrase, "caveat open" in guest rooms, for example sound waves that literally driven;;'!:

Indian River Bowling Lanes, emptor", meaning "let the buyer and not like objects to be rats and mice crazy; the maker :

To Criticize Day-Care CentersThe which) has been open less thana beware," still has pertinency in kept out of sight in a closet. says the rodent-chasing device Is,:

month, already has one "custoner" U S. business and commerce to- One leading make now Is suggesting applicable not only for homes but;,)
day, despite the many regulatorycodes : that party-givers can also warehouses flour mills and
Supreme Court of the United States last week A bold new approach in the development of com.;;, who visits and an is average regard and government bodies that make the fragrance of their homean other commercial places subjectto
of 14 hours a day
heard arguments in a case that could have a far.reaching munity day-care centers for the care and training of the,,, cd as one of the finer kegling try to protect the unwary buyer. Identifying mark not unlike Infestation Auto owners

effect and the communications retarded in the has been that of a woman's personal per. are offered a new type of com
on newspapers industry mentally state proposed by Secretary i devotee in the area. Rarely of course, are major
fume. More than 60 million cans pass, the indicator needle of
Attorneys for the New York Times asked the courtto of State Tom Adams. industries or large companies and
Although the customer doesno of air fresheners are produced, which jiggles about less than In
reverse a $500,000 libel verdict returned against themin Coordinated planning relative to strengthening com'; actual bowling, she patiently retail establishments Involved in each year. previously available types; then

an Alabama court on the ground that the decision via munity programs on) mental retardation is our most immediate -,,, waits outside the door, welcoming playing the consumer for a sucker But probably the most Import. Item .li positioned atop the
hate too much to lose
lates constitutional) guarantees of freedom of the press and pressing need in this field Adams points i all keglers as they enter the through; they the 111 will that can( be ant "decoration" at any party- dashboard and comes in different

The suit was brought by the Police Commissioner of out. aIn alley, And she's on duty from generated by resultant publicityand the ladies' coiffures accountsfor colors to harmonize with the au
the most pushbutton activity to's interior.
Montgomery, Alabama who claimed that he was libeledby light of the greatly reduced cost-$400 to $600 a'''n nine .in the morning until word-of-mouth reporting Yet by far. Nearly a quarter of all Bits 0' Business

an advertisement appearing In the Times In March patient in community day-care centers-com-1'" this past week has seen a vigorously .
year per Mrs. Jack Moir, wife of the the billions pressure cans filled Industry. spending for new

1960. The ad described the actions of Montgomery police pared with approximately $2,200 a year in a SunlandJ; manager ot the lanes, said the ) chain promoted of nationally-operat and each year contain hair spray! plants and equipment Is expected
during a student demonstration and was placed in the Training Center, this is sound economically as well asn, part terrier female dog, abouta health is debacle Things To Com to continue advancing In IDGVs
parlors figure a
to Defend Martin Luther old, Just won't l leave A Chicago food processor has first half, when it will reach an
Times by the Committee King being the best approach. ,?,ii t year whereby millions of consumer
developed a flash-freezing: technique annual rate of $41.7 billion .
and the Struggle for Freedom in Alabama. A recent recommendation by the American Phyehlnatric > "I don't have the heart to dollars probably will be wiped for Steels ,
keeping tomatoes fresh production which
; normally
her off but she's not our
Association mental health mental retardation, run ,
This case-styled Sullivan vs. the New York Times- that dog. out. previously known freezing meth- declines in December, is post.

marks the first time the question of constitutional protection .* and alcoholic rehabilitation efforts be grouped into a a'' Several years ago the chain's ods always left the tomatoes an Ing continuing gains, with out
"And have gotten so
under the First Amendment for newspapers that single department has met with considerable disapproval bad now things that(! people coming to operators made hay by offering unusable pulp when thawed put in the month's first week up

criticize official conduct, has been brought before the in the state '" bowl are bringing steak bones, long term and "life membership A Philadelphia firm is offering about S per cent over the sans

highest court. The present framework of administration with separate -.:,./ hamburger meat and feeding the privileges" for as much as $500. a device that emits ultrasonic 1962 week.

The basis of the suit stemmed from what Sullivan division coordinated through the Cabinet is sound, t H pooch right: at the front door. Many exercise-loving men and --
Adams said. "We need however to define adequately .'" "And so she stays here," Mrs. women paid up. moneyIs
inaccurate of what took
charged was an description placeon out the window, ai rn any of the
the campus and constituted libelous statements about the responsibilities of each division, because un- Moir said. chain's local gymnasiums have

him, who as police commissioner, was responsible for der the present law each is responsible only for institutional Mrs.. Moir has one dog available closed down and creditor are
) for( adoption anyone
actions of the local programs." taking over to recoup part of their
police. r need one? i
Attorneys for the Times argued that describing He further stressed the need for new legislation designed t; losses fr.

police actions in no way referred personally to the com to bring the responsibility for community and Institutional I' We made a trip up to Madison \ few years ago a similar situ.

missioner and could not be construed as libelous. programs under a single division. of mental I on Wednesday the coldest ation threatened subscribers toa
The high punitive damages were granted to the commissioner retardation.The morning of the year and dance Instruction business also

by the Alabama high court because the Times creation of an inter-agency council to serve as taw much ice. Most small operated legal and nationally.financial moves However In, bY$ 'castW1'y

had refused to retract ,the statements in the advertise an advisory group and to aid in coordinating and focus- I' ponds and ditches were frozen that case saved the day for sub

ment. The Times said they did not print a retraction be- ing all available state facilities onto the problem of pro- over and ice was noted out from to scribers.
the !shore! of large lakes three
cause it felt that the statements were "essentially true"and viding care and training for the mentally retarded of the four feet. It was 21 when we In commenting on tho current are

there was nothing in the ad to link the statementsto state was suggested by the Secretary, since there are 1 arrived In Madison had gymnasium case, New York's attorney .

Sullivan. many agencies: that have a very direct relationship to the "wiirmcd up" from 16 degreesat general: \ has observed that rdiVi4derJ

According to attorneys for the Times the issue the field 'of mental retardation. 7 a.m. the biggest area of risk for the -\:

court must decide is how far civil libel laws'can be used Mental retardation programs in our state have made -- public is the "life membership"bait

by public officials to punish those who make statements great strides and can be pointed to with great pride. Our Had the pleasure of hearing ; It may sound Impressive, but so gooa ?
what insurance is there againstthe
,critical of the officials' actions. training day-care centers are receiving wonderful coop- Jose Melu, the "Jack Paar" possibility that the service
excellent retarded pianist, in Daytona Beach last
eration and thus
providing care our
This is not the point in question! ) as we see it. The He accompanied by might fold?
night. was
truthfulness or foundation of the statements made and children. The strengthening of our community programs Henry Mazer and the excellent Prosperity Twins

the accompanying Intent is the true test in this action will assure 'even greater strides in this meritorious Florida Symphony Orchestra.
field of the less fortunate to them- When American families seek
helping help Presenting a program of enter.
The First Amendment does not provide immunity to the
selves. "Violin better .living conditions they In.
music from
press when they disregard the above rules.In .
Untiring efforts and untold hours are being gener. Concerto" and "Swedish Rhap- thence the destinies of many 1);
the case before the court it appears no referencewas his favorite different industries.
sody" down through
ously given in the administration of these day-care cen-
made to Sullivan personally, but to Montgomery Latm-Amertcan rhythms "Mataguena" -
ters. We can think of no finer work than that of giving The near record home construction
police action in general. Naturally, if these statementswere and "Tamanaco" and to of :
and modernization pace
of one's time and cooperation in the furtherance of 'Green
untrue and unfounded it reflects on someone in "Sweet Georgia Brown, 1963, for example, has been matched

this instance Sullivan, by implying the officers were this noble program at the community level. Eyed Monster" and "SlaughterOn by a sharp rise in sales of

carrying out the orders of their superior. 10th( Avenue," Melia drew a home appliances and equipment.As Here are several reasons
packed l house in Peabody Auditorium -

We are of the opinion that reckless unsupported No !.asy Solution the new homes went up,

statements or charges, published about any person or M, 1 To lovers of symphony music;'.:.equipment! of major gas household
First Federal dividends
group constitutes s grounds'for libelous action, if the Intent The trouble that has-JJared again in Panama is riot pfrecent f _, the program, was possibly "too rose 8 per cent, gas are good

to injure or damage their reputation is present or origin ". and there "is no easy solution. % i p light" but to these ears, Jt was utilities added 1,000,000 new
his entertaining tomers to their lines, and 1. Because
exctllent. Melis was they are 4V4% the highest rate paidin
crisis the cus.1
implied. At issue in the present are pent-up grievances '
self complete with remarks (bottled liquefied petroleum) North Brevard County, and higher than the average
Newspapers are no more immune to civil libel laws of a people whose nationalist aspirations resentU. of "What is Jack Parr ers s'arted serving another paid in all Florida. e t

than are individuals or groups ''and they have the S. control over the Canal Zone. These were belligerently really like?" and "I'm from OWJ families In the suburban and *)
rural of the nation. 2. Because they are INSTANT. There's no wait for
same right of recourse under them as do others. loosed when the flag raising incident occurred and 'old' Cuba"For areas
this high rate. Your savings start to earn 4Vire: the
One of the cardinal rules of newspapers, that we bloody rioting ensued.In the benefit of those who In the same period, appliance instant you bring or send them in with no ifs, andsor

learned a long time ago is never deliberately makea four days of tragic events bordering the Zone, love entertainment of this type, and equipment dealers sold 2- buts

statement about unless of what three U. S soldiers and 21 Panamanians were killed. it is worthwhile to note that the 080,000 new gas ranges 579,000
are sure
anyone you > Daytona Beach Symphony Society gas clothes dryers, 2.705,000 gas 3. We make only one kind of loans: first mortgage
you are saying and can back it up This is as it shouldbe Countless hundreds were injured and property damageran will present Cesare Siepi, water heaters 1,375,000 gas central loans on first rate properties. If we made all kinds of

for the protection of everyone. into the thousands of dollars. bass baritone, on January 31, heating systems and 1,710,000 loans, we would have to have a large staff of experts to

Incorrect and even unfounded statements appear in Feelings between the two countries reached a high the Florida Symphony on Feb. units of non-central househeating investigate many kinds of risks, and our dividend rate

newspapers at times this is one of the ills of the trade pitch and serious charges were hurled at the United :y 12, Van Cliburn, pianist on equipment would be lower.

. and prompt retractions necessarily follow apologizing States. Apparently these subsided when it was learned March, on 6 March and Isaac 2(). Stern, violinist The 1963 manufacturer shipments 4. We are a mutual institution. If you save money

for the error. This shows no intent on the part of the that every effort was being made by the Administrationto Following last night's performance were all.time highs for here you are one of our owners. There are no "stock-

publisher to Injure one's reputation one of the true quell the trouble and put an end to the violence. we attended a reception built-in gas ranges gas furnaces, holders" to be taken care of before you can have your

tests in an action for libel. .. President Johnson swiftly sent a fact finding groupto at tho Ormond Beach homeof gas boilers and gas central heating dividends on your savings.
equipment as whole. The
Proof of the truthfulness of the charges from which Panama to confer with Canal Zone and Panamanian Dr. Robert Ehringer, wherewe quickened pace Is a expected to 5. We take no risks with your money. If we made

libelous actions stem is, and always will be, an iron-clad officials In an effort to determine what set off the rioting found Melis to be about as continue Into the new year, help. second-rate loans or second mortgage loans not eligible j

defense and the best to be had. and destruction and what could be done to restore order, easy en artist to talk to as he ing the gas appliance industry to for FSLIC insurance we would pay you a higher divi- I
appears on the stage and on dend. Our rate is as high as is compatible with absolute 1
Apparently the Times like the Saturday EveningPost following the most serious threat to our relations in the television.Sad reach GMA even higher. levels in 1964, safety. ,
in the Bear Bryant-Wally Butts football story 60 years of Panamanian independence.

went out on the proverbial limb and found it sawed off. The side-by-side flag flying in the Canal Zone presents Us Spray Savings;: here are definitely insured up to $10,000
But True: ($30,000 for a husband and wife) by FSLIC-a perma-
a strained situation. The Panamanians want more
A small boy went into the Americans spend millions each nent agency of the U S. Government. (Nobody has ever

A Word To ,The WiseNow recognition cf their soverignty over the zone while residents store and plunked down five year to ,buy snow. Not the cold lost a penny on savings so insured.)

of the zone fail to share in the flag concession Im cents, asking for a bottle of pop. crystals from clouds but fluffy

port. "It costs 10( cents," said the white stuff:sprayed from cans onto Your savings ,here startto

we all know what we expected was true all This is election year in Panama and observers regardthe storekeeper. The youngstertried Christrnas trees windows and earn AV% INSTANTLYNO
other places for holiday and party
along. Cigarette smoking has definitely been linked timing of the flag raising as unfortunate, because in again and asked for a candy decoration. Production has YEAR'S WAIT
bar. He got the same reply
with lung cancer and heart ailments. every election campaign the issues involving relations At last he turned sadly "snow-balled" past eight million

That the news came as much of a shock to habitual with the Canal Zone are inflamed. They will of course away leaving his nickle on the cans a year.Anotherpushbutton. *

smokers we seriously doubt. When we were kids we be agitated this year by the Soviet Union and Castro's counter. >> favorite, the

were told of the harmful effects of using tobacco and Cuba "You've left your nickle, boy", air freshener, also Is playing a No I i For This i iI

were warned against taking up the habit. Washington{ had hoped that the joint flag-Hying arrangement called the storekeeper. bigger than-ever role In holiday( I It

worked out in 1960 by President Eisenhower ".You keep it," replied the lad. entertaining. Manufacturers are 0O

The onlybright spot in the present picture is the would smooth over some of Panama's agitation over the "It ain't worth nothing" dressing up packages to make Year's Higher !

persuasive weapon at hand to educate teen-agers and them look attractive "out In the V
sovereignty question. In light of the recent events however
smokers of the harmful of the Rate!
young effects cigarette and IN: TIC C'lKfllT ntl HT OF TIIK: '
habit. of apparently the trouble was Just smoldering MMII I JtWMItl.! tIMIIT INtNI TltwsvilU (Florida) Stir -Ad nut.( Wait
The the findings of Public Health Ser-
rekindle it. I' VON HMUVIMI (' >lT! >,
little was required to
vice bears out the harmful effects and takes it out of the FLUNIOI..
H0. stet..oTIek
realm of Possibly out of the turmoil some solution will appearto t lltx'h! ." : riUblUheil: IMO

uncertainty. lesson the animosity the Panamanians hold for the U. ROBERT E. KIMMKL. ,
Petitioner Publl.n.cl. Monday.
Smokers who have any regard for their health will S. control of the narrow strip of land which bisects their ... 'Wodnexlaya *. >'rider* \4qO
MAROUKRITE KIMMEL. By riluavtlle Star- %' >
cut down on smoking or change to some other form. All country. The agreement is of untold value to both and of Defendant e Advocatt. Inc.
Tot MARGUERITE K1MMEUtKeeldence !: At The Star-Advocate
smokers know they have been smoking too heavily and, international import. unknown RulldlncSS
Main Ill''''t
no doubt, feel ill effects. It may not be any feeling they tkal NOTICE a. Petition 13 for HEREBY In. chance GIVEN ol TltuavllU. floe

can put their finger on but they know it's there and cuatody, of tb. minor child. DONNA .MF.MHKMl: :
HAPPY BIRTHDAY LYNN KIMMEL. boo boon. tiledsgalnet Ft..,.,. |-rei.. .*...*l.lleit jit'jtbttat'abtn
they know the cause.Temperance you In the aboveentltlodCourt Xalleael dllrUI' .%,_1.,1...
by Robert E. KIMMEL Petitioner
SatuHeT. Janu.ary II Mrs. Lee Kinds and Plaintiff' In the above- .
is a wise practice in activities. Thisis George Bernhelsel) tyltd c.II.1 and you are hereby Hanrv.. Haiel H. 6 Hudaon.. Hlld....i'reaSir v-p.
H. Atkinson
E. ordered and directed to file your .
not only true in smoking, drinking and eating, but Ernest Price Don R. Miller appearance, answer ,or' other pleadInia I Robert H. Hudaon. Secy-Treaa.

also in our work and' recreation. Those who do not prac- Mrs. Doug Futch Dora Breedlove ally or to by raid.UorD.Petition". In either lb. Office peraon-ol :h.nd-CI... rlo.ld... po.tal' paid at 'lllll'nU. "
Courtl I ,
the Clerk of the above-etyled
tice it are going to suffer in one form or another. J. C. Touchten Jan Ritter or by aervlnar' an anawtr on DonaldM I Henry II. It'ideon Fubllat.
Mark DoughtyVfnwn > Monday, January 20 slowly, p.tltloner and Plaintiff Kobert H. Hudson Editor And Loan Association of Titusville r.
Excessive participation in any of the above activitiesis 'a attorney whoee addreaa. ,la David Dunn Advertising' JtfT, .
Oakes J. Paul Conway P. O. aloe 116*. Satellite Beach Rr.card ,William a Lyerly. Circulation ain'tBiibecrlptlon .
harmful and could even prove fatal. Temperate use County. Florida, on or before Downtown Office
Mrs. Edna Russ Ernest Swanine Washington at Main *
the IDth day of February 194. Rale,
while not helpful or) advocated will certainly not proveto Robert MJtoibson. Leon Dye otherwise eafd Petition will be taken Indian River Branch 1 14JJ<< N. CoquIna An. *
.1 eoofera.d by you and .101 c..... By Carrier 'In North Bnva.daTr$7.50aMo.$4.00aMe.MOO
be as damaging to our health.A Sunday, January 11 Mrs. S. A. Kittles, III null proceed to. final hearlnf.Tal TO 3
Jan T 1M4 DAILY'ALSO 4 TO 7 rilDAY
Skipper Johns Jean Smith (Court Seal) Mall In Florid DIAL AM M ll PLENTY FRCI PARKING
word, to the wise, probably isn't but should be By
Curtla R. Barnee .
Alex Powers William Bord Wessinger t Tr. HJ4 a Me. $UO a Mo. WIt
sufficient Quit if you are a cigarette smoker if you John R. Brock Ted Register -f Clerk BT:Bertie ef Circuit Hall Court Outalds. ";i'arl4a (C) 1164 C Compounded Current Dividend! SvuiTltunllJ. -Anntat Rate:3-Of
aren't don't start! Mike McCana Mrs. Dick Flood Deputy Clrevlt Court Clerk I To. nJR S Mw a1AO. I Mw Iran !!;j jPos.
Jan. 10, n, H. 81 (Fit.) IMi.:





-- .. January1W4\ TtfuivIM (Fl.rUi) Stir Advoegtt! Page Sr Local Marine With
.. .... : It rnr Clams coral' nr tnrMN ,
-- ---;---- -- '\ til M\ HIM tf. "lltf TIT OrHOKUM ,
Landing Team M f.. I ii ISIS nnr.
\ Tides \ till SII> > rt M ,.n. t ..rPKVIn.
Jess Parrish Hospital I List Marine Private First Class .. t o. HUH
Hlfh L*.. .Wilbur L. Streetman, son of Mf \s) rice: 111'1 nnrt'MOV or
, II I UltlON: Kill MIOI'TIONPrrlTloS
., Sat. Jan \dmlsslons and dismissals at Ul'hlnjtort: .\\'\>. ; Joyce Fox, 2120 and Mr L. M Strcetman of ,Kll; ) APOPTION: OP
Titusvllle Is'tvtng : WltlUIIT and KIM
I 10( :59 a.m. 4:42: a.m. Jess Parrish Memorial! : Hospital Titus Ave., Martha: Cavil, :TtH 229:! njrr Me, tt.AJ'Ilt: :' ; WIIK:IIT. Mliiam

11 17 p.m. 5:13: p.m. tor January 1013 were as tol Olmstead St: anl Scroll J. Me > i with Marinf Corps Bat 'i')> 'riv.'"."TIH. A'' nr v witiGHTllr
l ; n 1 nk mwn
3 lows: Callum, MimsDischarged 1 t.d"n I, Landing Team 3/2 the You UP h..r.by i ,11'1..1! .I thai a
Sun., Jan It January )10 : Alberta Baler. 807 nmph bious striking force of the potlllnn hm bon llli'd In the .hovulylKil .
I court by H IYT L. ML'R- 4
5:28 a,mp .
4 4 : a m \mtITTEDi Janet Lockller, Palm Ave.; Darnel! Gtippenhcrgcr !' Sixth Fleet operating In the I I ItKGP: jr lor the n Jsd .m. 6:00 p.m. MAnr1IVII(5IT: and KIM
r9 slims\ : Frances Swindall, IRC ; 233 Swift Ave. : Timothy Gup Mediterranean:: l-IAINt,:' : W lUll liT, Minun, by the

Men, Jan. 20() Sharon Pickrrn, 3171 Br>'n Mawr penherger, 231: Swift Ave.; Oall The latvllnjf, / team Is constant |...|lil. >n.'.r,.. and.,it. von ate' quired towrvi ,
u etaJortloi. -
ropy your nn.or
12:08: a.m. 8:18: a.m. Dr ; Julia Anderson, 3.110: Penn GuppcnbcTCcr, 233 Swift Ave.; ly undergoing/ amphihimis war .." in .how rnn.r whr mill
William Downs Cocoa, Richie tore training to maintain the 1 a .ho..111 I not I Ie imntivl on
8:52 .
12:29: p.m. : p m Ave.: Margaret! Wools :Sill Hrjn I the a lor..ry r i prtulinrr. lame
Mawr Drive: Janie Brown, Rt. 1, Lemon 113 Carol St.: Lewis Roq tejm'j combat effectiveness II Rryialin. II I I:;t Highland Avrnunhju ,
ers, 1513 Kings Court, Cecil ----- .-- -- Lulllr, 5"Iorldu. and fit* the
birthday. Plans for YWA Box 41A.: : Arthur Plthethley, 308 Hale Ilox! ((13: Rt. 2; Wanda Ann uritlnal' Idh.. rfrice of (hit Clork '
week February 9 thru Stuart We< Nancy Carutht-rs! Bailey' 5347:\ Thorne Ave; Murk I of |H" Circuit\ r.,art nn or hrfor
Focus: i, ,
Harrison Ave
P'epor 149 .
T UtHHrrvln
Bowers, Rt. t: Robert M\ t Lee. January: :
15, were discussed. Plans were 121 :Mimosa Drive; Arthur New F. Mann 165: drcgory/ Aand! ; tall Not or a decree pro
Ill Lane and Janie
Vanguard .,
nni iin will 1 be pnUrvl" a ln
discussed to attend the YWA ton S12 Canaveral St, Loners Kimberly Gail Lack ridge, 300 ( a.al'at;
w tsssmA
Drown, Rt 1, Box 43 A. my :hand and )
,ff + 4rk State Conference at Stetson University Sims, 731 Maxwell St.; Harriet January 12 Key Largo. I I. R. C. old. ours of in 1nulllo, Horlda. thliJt I
day 1)eeembcr math
+ in April. The Program Llchtenberjer, I.R.C.; and Freddie Admitted: Barbara .\nn Barnes. Discharge) Helen( G. Lind- |Il'nun Kcali.
work in the Dclancy. :MimsDISCHARGED Coral" II nR rn..
Baptist Marcum
'Southern '
Hunt( Mlms: Margaret ,
Sharpest, Dorothy D !Harvey. (0,19)!) A. ('I,rk "f the ..old 1 Circuit
: West and Northwest" was pre : Frances Swln Gibson St; Luis A. King. 4214 11)13) Thomas St. ; Jacoj P Ocsterrclchor Court
George Those dill I.R.C. James Thomas Minn! Mabel Mitchell, lir n"'nil- Hall
scnted by Sandy ; Essex: Street; Jack Rirtdl< ?. 2102 ; Deputy dirk
s. l1a present weret Sandy George, Mints: Julia Anderson 3330 Penn Lakeside!! Road Carol M.. Manry, III.C.: Joseph F. Lend Ie, 1290 Doe 17, lOW): Ji,,. a, 1 in:,;, 17 (IO'rl.1001/

SCHOOL GRAY LADIES Gray Ladiesat Charlotte Boone, Mrs Jimetta Wright Donna McAlliitef, Carolyn MeAllistei Avenue; Michael Mayer 38 Car 4281 Garden St. ; Jwell M Cut Overlook, Terrace; Lulsa Anna -------

School Mrs. Gretchen Marr Mrs. Mc- Glenda Hcflm Nancy dents Circle 'Arthur King< 4244 Eases St; Margaret .
Coquina Elementary are on reg- Dorothy ; Pithethlcy, ton, Scottsmoor, and Cliffic Uolchcr I IN Till: ( iii i ir nl'IIT or TII RMnt
ular duty daily at the school Some of Coskey; (third row) Mrs. Ernestine Hil Terry and Mrs Delores Surlency 305 Stuart Vve ; Charles Pilgrim, Minis. ,\nn Miller, 12() Christmas 11111; '.' l""I\I.. IIIKIIT( IN

the women are new to the organization, ler, Mrs Sally Martin, Mrs. Albertine Director.Tourist 300 Garden Ave; James E Malt. Discharged: : Sandra A, Corbln loners E. Sims, 731 Maxwell "ti.(!"1(11.Hilt II II ttil M (I)11\C"\I l.NTt KMl \ ,

while seven were Gray Ladies at other McLendon, Mrs Erhart and Mrs. Olga ble, 1826 Whispering Hills Rd.; Cocoa; Beverly) J, Nesbit 2311! Street; ami Martha Cecil, 301 1JI1HNorir" tor: "'Ilr i t

schools and transferred to Coquina when Rodriquez, who is also one of the school and Social Club Frank Brown 1002 Indian River Titus Ave, Annie Mae Whitney Olirntesd Street NeW: AMMTbUDAM. : LAHt'ALTT

their children started school there. Leftto secretaries. Upper left is Principal Luther The Indian River City Touristand Avenue: Phyllis J. Lester. 1624 Minis; Sharon I 1. Plckron' 3171 Card-- Of- -Thanks- COMI'ANV. a New York curpnratlnn .

right (front row) Mrs Marilyn Kinds- Rogers, who isn't a Gray Lady. Absentfor Kings Court Drive; Lena Levi 653 Jyrn Mawr Drive; Ruby B. Gas!!. Plaintiff, ,

vater, Mrs. Edith Penn, Mrs. Betty Wheel the picture were Mrs Joyce Clark, Social Club held a covered Hibiscus Avenue, and Reece Win. nor 281 Elliott Avenue; Lynun UV would like! to take thisIHOLHS va AtIKR5VOO11. CULHUHV. .aa ComHialo -

Mrs Rita Stevens and Mrs. Betty Wheel Mrs. Shirley Reed and Mrs Jean Tack- dish dinner at the Civic Center gate, 2000 Vaughn Avenue Gates, Clermont and Keith' : to express our heartfelt n".lonp, of I.uranca for the

er: (second row) Mrs. .Barbara Bos, Mrs. ett Wednesday evening Mr and January 11 Smith, 1430 Lake Circle Drive thsnks for all the expressions of ,Michigan.., Mkliliinn Hur*:y and I(umpany.. Receiver. a

Mr*. Harold Gibson were the 'Admitted: JcMnetta Thompson, January U of sympathy extended to us Michigan corporation;
Indian River South Titusvillc hosts! for covered dish dinner. the CHARLES t>. a"'USOPR.: Inllvl.l-.
City Happenings !! a fining our bereavement' at
711 St. ; Annie M Whit. Admitted: Sandra Robertson 63 ully sod as Co Portner ul $prlnj.r'
The meeting followed the din ney, Mims; Margaret Miller\ 120 Hilltop( Drive! ; 1 Iclclla West 714 pn lnn of our husband and MU,i.r Company, mil, : ELIZAHE'ral:

. I ncr with Mrs. Paul Mann, the Christmas Hills; JoAnn Peacock: Dummitt Ave; Duke Mono, 814 father For the flowers, cards, OlColtOt It. eTKISdKK: K!.: KCUINOI. hi* wlf:; Inllvltl- '"

Teen Town Fund president In the Chair. 32 people 2012 2nd Court: Joyce Sdiutt 2920 William Street, Mary Ruth food and other kindnesses" we 1I.lly sod .. Cu.Partncr" nt tlllrln.p
Nearly $4,000 Molar Cnnipnny. .n,1 I MAUV P.
were present After the business South Hopkins) : Ruth E Glenn Wright, P O Box 162: Luther FTinriall are to grateful Especially do we MHIHNOMt! hl. wit; ,

session, the members Mima 1 ; Dorothy Kilpatrick, ; George! Rartnn, 1019 Second think Dr Hi.'melt and Rev. itA 1.1'1II.. HintlNUKK, JR... Inill- t
I sad Cu Pirtnxr' of
lually a*
Building fund of Teen Town uniforms to. school during this members led in sentence prayerfor played games( and rounded up Christmas; George -Nobinger, 373 Avenue: Patricia Anne Rcll UnutwriRhi fir their assistance. 4pilitfrr: Motor Comiuny; : and: a f fJ.Nt
an excell'nt evening of sod!. Oak Hill Stringer Jack 3112 !Hallum Ave. Walter F The f family or I VKK fcPR'NUI-H; Ala wits,
: \ ,
Inc. new stands at $3,924.42 and period. The meeting was closed 01theIr IIOI.l.VVVDUU IIU1 LINEN: INC., *
the recreation fund is $14128 by the Wolverine Patrol the missionaries! ability and fun lonvillo. : Lorain Page, South %Kraus. I R.C Warren Walden Emerson R Kyzer. I .'lnrl: ---
it was announced at a meeting I INC a !'lor I"In .lorijormlon(
Tile: KII'HY ( ,Kltt'oil.\riON\ a
ot the Board of Directors! Tuesday Betty Mills Circle t'I..IIII"I onrnoralli.
T>rfi>nUnU' .
night The Betty Mills Circle of Cen To: 8IIKR\\OOD COLIILftNI .

The coming Sweetheart Danceon tral Baptist Church met in the Awi eo luml..loner( 0' la.urace
iiwuwj I tn' th. state i>r MKhlgan; nillUctlvrr
Feb. 13 was discussed. A home of Mrs. Delores Surrency .. or Mlchlian Hurrly
MlchlXlln Cnrpiir.
king( and queen contest is currently Tuesday There were five mem soon Company Mkhljun Thitatur llulldliilt -

going on with votes a bers present.: Vivian Stone, De. I anilnn,. MNhlginVOl .
AlttJ! llhRHUY VDTiriFDtllal
penny each. lores Surrency Betty Christian, complaint In (orrclnn. a
Ova Townsend, and Sue Crad moHgiM aaalnt| the telrowlnRdrsurlbd \
During the meeting Ralph : ;: properlY In hrevarlt'uunty +
dock; and one new member, Florldu. lo i.Wit:
director DARK SUNDAY
Carter county recreation M. 'TIL
10 A. (iinini-nie it I the N.W. corner. of
Sarah Bates and two
was elected as vice-president ; Pea. 14 which I li Iho N VV corner
of I.ut I, T :W *.
ci the Mrs. Margaret! Craddock and &..-.o.a Uovn-r.rn.nt
; organization \II n b.. Brevard C' unly. florid
Mrs Barbara Belcher. aril run 8"' US 511'! along theWfxt
Delores the lln. of !Nee. 14 a ,ii..snce of
Surrency opened
111.1.1! hot to III. point of "In'|ln-
Arbor Day ProgramIn meeting with the reading of the ulna. Ih."ell fir a first rourM
run N IV' III 33" t parallel' l with
observance of Arbor Day HOP 'Whisper a Prayer", and / the north Hn. of ,.ll Hen 14. a
Coquina Elementary School will the prayer calendar. Members 1 1 I dl.Unn of 11153 4* feet to a polo
I on the high dune of the Alia -
hold a special chapel program joined In sentence prayer for the ntlu Kean: thonc M 25' OH 1(1("
today. Children from several missionaries celebrating their 10 alont eahl I high duna a dla
lama of 51814 feel to a tonLreta
classrooms will participate In a birthdays on this day. ,monument ..hI point being also
(h. north e.l. corns, or Oav.rnlmnl
program on tiees A skit en- Business meeting followed Lot 3. Hi.,.. II and also theN

titled "Our Tree Treasures" will after which a program "Citizenof K pol'".. tot Melbourne Hhorea" ,
conl Addlltin them N auJU :
be" given by Stage II children. Two Worlds was persented W along the north Una of ..oldMaibourn.

Following'! the chapel program, by Mrs. Christian, program mast Lot" .2.Hhorea..'". (14.ant and. Uovarn-dutaniaof

cHlldrea will participate plant: \ .Chairman. Those Uniting part in im>.m re.10 a :J" Iron plpa Ion
Ilia weit line of said He 1.
ing 50 young Pines on 1 the East this program were Mrs. Stone, GARDEN STREET TITUSVILLE 14: thent. N V 38 88" W along' .
line of Deo 14 a dl.!!
the weal
side of the school Mik Townsend and Mrs. Sur lane of 414: .75 feel to the pointof
r nce Mrs Townsend closed brglnnlng I !

PTA. Movie the meeting: with prayer. Refreshments '. Ideal! 'Suburban: 'Type" Living, Yet Only 'Minutes.Away From Downtown, Titusville, Schpols, Churches, and Shopping! Centers'! are has riqulrad been, : filed I toi agalnal aerva: a you oupy..and of I your you I IItrr. I

A movie "King of the WildStallions" were served by the ( n.er a aitoineye.'m IIHATh,KRSI: *

and cartoons hostess, Mrs, Surrency THOMPSON. IJill ("uPonl Hulldln.
were ,
., Miami Florida M1JI and lo
presented to 273 children in the th* crlglial of your Answer In the
flk. ut the Irk of the ((raull
auditorium of the Coquina Elementary YWA. News ., { t' Ciurl i on or linrore lit* llth day of
x ar otherwl, th* complaint -
February ;
School recently under The Mary Reeder
Young Wo will be taken ** oonfeened. by
the sponsorship of the Coquina nun'1! Auxiliary of Central Bap' you'
P.T.A. Mr and Mrs. James tist Church met Tuesday at the 'IUrt'11T(' H DAIWB: Clerknf

McCoskey and Mrs. Jeanetta Church. The meeting was open. Icy:(thn llerlle('lr. all MallI <'iiurt

Wright, all officers in the ed with prayer by Donna McAllister I)" uuly. Clerk,

Coquina P.T.A., were present at Nancy) Terry read the Illh D.'Tfol1 day: :nf At Janunry Tltu vlll.IW1I. Florida this

this showing, Luther Rogers Calendar of Prayer and the Jan In, 17, 31 al (Fri.) 1M4I .

Principal was projectionist.'I

The next movie will be shown on IV I THK' : shies ,IT 101' NT IN AxIs"
January 23 at 1 1:30: p.m. This will Stock Reduction Sale I IT I ton iiufcvtHii toiirr. H.OH-

be an all.cartoon show lasting Ins( .
DECOR Interior-Exterior M ( HIM HI*
vinyl r.1ev."' MI" mini
00 rrinutes
ptintl Regular 14.70 value HIM BRONX SAVINOH! HANK, a i
TWO GALS. for 750. corporation organised, and .a1I1ng; ,
Boy Scout News tmilir. the law 0' N.work..
Dis.contlnutd colors It" SUPER Plalntlft.

Troop 310, Boy Scouts, met at !I 1 KEM.TONE regular $690 TWO -.- FLOYD NfMHON: .v.. ORIrtO sad J
the Civic Center Tuesday Assistant GALS. for. $$7.50. IOIKL.LA: PKIVFTTE OKIOO, but

Patrol Leader of the', SUPER KEMCLO wife,
Regular SEE THE NEWEST Defendant
Titan Patrol led the opening. I $9." TWO GALS for price of iciTirr or Mir ,
There were 33 boys present. anal I TilE BTATK or "'..oRm"TO
Troop leaders led a contest of I whoM re.ldenoe. I t. 410 Bail 2nd

Scout skills and athletic ability i| THIS COUPON Good For $1.00 tttreet. Newton North.
Troop discussed a Scouting Exposition or more PURCHASE I You arm hereby notified that a

to be held at Cocoa on T.V, Stamps with all purchases) JF VAWEPACKED.MODERATELY 1 Including null FLOYD ha* been NELIION filed. OKIOO again.you.. sod D..

Saturday, March 14, at the fonitanti. In the. above 1 nlltlod
Armory. The troop will have A Factory Paint Outlet Inc. eau..: and bat you are h.r.by r.-
with the
qulrnl to file your aniwtr
Court of Honor during Boy AM 7-3255 Everything Clark of IhU Court, and to servo

Scout Week (February 7 thru Baldwin Shopping Center a copy Ihnrtof upon Inn Plaintiff.of .
PRICED! Plaintiff attorney wliot name
13). Boys will be wearing their .ml .d.I.... !lal! Hmlth/ fclllot and
K.hwalhii.. 611 Darnc National
-- Hank Hull1nrI .
I Ida: nit Isles than ttbranrr 0. 1IW4.
If you full U ilo w'. (Ioc". pro
I SIilletSaturday f23and4 cant_.... will b. antrriol aalnt you
4"/J--.111A .-. fir th. rtlkf m4iiilil la the

., BEDROOMS complain
/ The naluro of .0''" tall being for
eryk5 fcirtclaiiuro. of mnrtiaa rtoorilod In
---- Vol. 4.13 Page 419. of the official'
a0 1 L =< _,. These r newBrentwood; Estates homes, by Cosmopolitan Construction lUcorda of Ur. aril County Florttl.
.. .
urIn' .LIJ1J":: : l l. 11'10101 f r I ( Corporation, Brevard's largest quality home builders, offer ceccltd the doairlptUn aialnut being f. lh a.property follawi\ pro-All

.::7: bC' a the.lin'SI.n/ ; first class construction throughout. Specious, wellldnned' ha-ng '
Special ': more particularly dimrlokd ai '01.
;.: ; interiors. equipped with the finest fixtures and most Iowa:
8 Ounce Lot M. Itlork K. LEE WOODJ'UniIIT
L e.nG modern appliances for carefree Florida living terrazzo floors :! SECTION: 4. according
... la She. Plat thereof a> r cord.dIn
TBONESTEAK CA-cm. I large "family size" lots ideal for outdoor recreation ; : atr Plat Book Rmordt 14, Page of 35.>>Dravard of tbPubtto .

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improvem.su' now .and hereafter
'. k "" on laid land .. I lh. ronta.liiuo .
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I d..iMft..d property nr..Itlr.,: .
FHA Low From US Rt t In Titutville/ take Garden/ lures now or her.after a cached.
Down payment VA-No Down Payment'
lo or uac" la eonaectlon with theprrmiaoa .
Lett'Jce Street West to Models" Watch for Signs.BRENTWOOD .
French Fries,
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f>.g. 4 (Florida, ) St.,. Adyoute t FrWay. January 17,19" League Of Women -

Miss Mary Joe Billsborough Voters Agree OnApportionment r--- ,

/ PlanMrs.

Engaged To Dietmar Unger Cyril Smith, president of

the League of Women Voters ol -

I : ;2:7: Wit/i News And Notes Mr and Mrs. Charles L r'lls' .Fiicnds of the family are Invited Florida, announced today that ,

North Brevcd borough of 1467 Overlook Circle, to aUcnd.Rainbow delegates;: form Florida local I,

Titllsv lIIe. announce the engagement Leagues have come tl) prelim .'

and forth coming marriage Girls ary agreement on a general plan

of( their daughter, Mary for an equitable apportionment

Joe', to Dietmar Unger, son of To Install Jan. 18 for Florida's legislature after
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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ricdel of many years of study
Titusville Assembly No. 09.
Chicago/ illinois.
Rainbow for Girls will hold its The preliminary: consensus was
Mary Joe I la presently employed
Eaves-McKenne) Strenth-Milton at the Titusville Courthouseand ninth public installation Saturday reached by League members

: attending! Brevard Junior evening January 18, at 7:00: meeting at the Cherry Plaza

College Unger Is employed by at the Masonic Temp'.e. Hotel in Orlando on January T

Vows Said In Wedding Plans RCA at Cape Kennedy and Is alsoa Miss Kathy Gibson, daughterof Representing the League of Women .-

student at Brevard Junior Col Mr. and Mrs Robert Gibson, Voters of Central: Erevard .

lose will be Installed as Worthy Ad. were Mrs William Kaechele,

Mims CeremonyThe Set For FridayMiss The wedding Is planned for visor. All members of this assembly president; Mrs. Marvin Olsen Carolyn Walton

Saturday April 4th at 2 p,m. at must be present first vice,president; Mrs Philip

marriage of Barbara Nell Kathryn Strenth, daughter the First Methodist Church of Friends, relatives and Eastern Brooks and Mrs. Andrew Shoemaker WaltonRippleWedding

KInney: daughter of Mr and of Mr and Mrs. L. II. btrumh, Titusville. Stars are invited to attend. .

Mis Jinies p, McKenney: of Jr 2ti01; Merry Lane, will become Lie The main basis of apportion

Minis, to James Wendell! Eaves, bride of Joel Randolph Milton of ment Is to be whole population,

son uf Mr.' and Mrs Ralph a ._ Mints, formerly of Tampa, :.\ a UF Annual Meeting Awards preserving! : county lines in allocating

lave- of Minis, was solcinmlzcdSdtunlay ecrcmcney Friday evening Jan. : seats. The Senate will

December uury 17, at the First Baptist\ have a membership of from 3J Announced
aCtOI! noun,
Church' of Tituitllle. with Rev Slated and the !House will
21it at 3:00 p.m.. in the First Dinner For Jan. 27The 39 Senators
; W S. Hardm officiating Secretary
be three times larger The -
Bupti't Church of Mims! the !Mr an I Mrs. Raymond Nelsonof

Fscv Jobcpli E Uojiwrit-lit of, The ceremony will be lkl at of State Is specified to Eastman, Ga, announce tin\
combined annual meeting president t. enforce ailimatic rcaprwrtwn-
fiddling 11:30: p.m. and friends of both marriage of their daughter
of the United Fund of Ere The business portion of the meat following each federal decennial
was ... families are invited l.A Carolyn Walton, to Perry Warren
The double ring ceremony vard County, Inc. and the 1963 meeting will be the election of census. State Supreme
before background reception will be hi-Id at the Ripple, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs
preformed a campaign awards dinner will be new directors and officers for Court Review is provided.
home if the bride following t.i; 2518
in tall brass Perry Ripple, Whispering
ct lighted: tapirs held on Monday, January 27, the year 1964. Nominations for
cantlel.ibra with baskets of ceremony This basic outline of an apportionment IMlj Rd., Titusvillc. The Weddingwas
6'311 p.m", at Ramon's Rainbow audi positions will be made by
white glads mums and pompoms The bride-elect is a 1002 graduate Room in Cocoa Beach, it was announced the nominating committee under plan is the composite MI! event of January 11.

The family pews were of eight specific plans proposed, The bride Is a former Dodge!:
of Titusvillc School
f'o High by Douglas E. Graves, the chairmanship of W. N. Bowden -
Ciaerd with white satin bowi. where she was active in the The by-laws provide that one of which was submitted by Coiii.ty High School senior, but

The tapels were lighted by school chorus for three years. nominations be made from the Central Brcvard League. It will continue her education at

James Charles MeKcnucj. Pythian Sisters may will now go to the total I state Titusville! High School and will
u<-h<'ri. 1'vt She is employed by the WUin Dix. the flour
,. r membership for approval The graduate in June The groom i,
'. biother of the bride, iu of Indian River City. Install OfficersThe All and businesses <
R. persons Central Brevard League will arrive an electrician for Drevard Elect-
and Kenneth Lambert. J. The Iroom-to be was grad which made a contribution in
Taylor was, best man. uatcd from a Naval school inraup.1 Installation of officers was at consensus on this plan on rlc.
the 1963 campaign, arc eligibleto
music is conducted at the regular meetIng February 12JWC The couple will make theii
A rrogram( of *wlding presently employ veto for dIrectors.

"as ofleied by Mrs. Ralph ed by Paul HardcinJn Construction : of the Pj-till an Sisters Love. The meeting will also serveas home Titusvillc at 170IVj Garden Street

Smith, organibt Soloist Ralph Co. ly corsages, made by the new the annual awards dinner in To plant!

Smith, 'sang "Because', "I Love Most Excellent Chief, Mrs. which businesses and individuals -

"Vtu Truly", and "The Lords ., Missionary Baptist Douglai Futch, were presentedto w:11 receive award plaquesfor Recent Births

Prayer" Ladies the new officers. outstanding performance in Tree Arbor DayIn At JP Hospital
Auxiliary Mrs. Lee Tinnell, Mistress cf
The bride, given in marriage: the 1963 campaign T R Brown,
her father was radUnt In Ceremonies, Introduced Mrs. Recent births at Jess Parrish
by Tie Ladies Auxiliary or the Jr., campaign chairman will observance of the declaration -
Mr. and:I Mrs. James Wendell Eavi (Gregory Photo) Violet Griffin, Past Chief of the Memorial lIospital'were
a lull length gown of First Missionary Baptist Cliuuh be in charge of this portion of by Gov. Bryant that Januaiy as fol
Temple, who welcomed the visitors
silk pcau de sole over ale-neon of Indian River City held its regular : the meeting. 12lh through 10th will be lows:

lace: The fitted bodice of lace, meeting Tuesday night ait the and members and receivedthe Reservations be made by "
First Presbyterians Hold : grand installing officers who may "Tree Planting Week the Ti- A son, Royce Edward: Peacock

rimbroidircd wiih pe-arld und church Alter a short devotional were Introduced by Mrs" Curtis writing/ the United Fund office, tasvillc Jr Women's Club plans II, born Jan. 11, to Mr. and Mrs\

"quins, featured a scalloped given: by Sister C. II Thornton, P. O Box 1863, Cocoa Beach, or to donate and plant a tree in Rcvce Edward I'cacock of 2012
Futch after which
cklme and long sleeves which her Annual Congregational MeetOver the yearly election of officers was given Public Grand Honors.they were tel>!phoning 783.8131. front of the Titusville Public\ 2nd! Court weighing 8 Ibs 8 oz

lap recJ into points over held library. A daughter Sharon Monita

bands The full skirt had a !Mrs\ Violet Griffin then Delaney, born Jan. 11, to Mr. and ,
ant I Ienacd one hundred people at. consists of four circles, Miriam, Officers elected were as follows presented Cape Engineers Hold
graceful: fold in the front \ the gavel to Mrs. Gus Mrs John BcllerJeau, Jr., a Mrs James C l Delaney of Orange .
tended the annual congregational Naomi, Hannah, and Ruth; : President, Mane Morris; I
in chapel train of seal First Meet Of YearThe member of the conservation
a D'Emilio Ave. Sibs. '
installing officer for : ; weighing 12'i 1
meeting of the First Presbyterian James D Lanti reported for the vice president Opal I'annel; secrMary -
loped lace. Sue carried a cascade the department of the Club, has announced oz
year Assisting were Mrs.
Church last Men's Club and treasurer, Lorane Ocan
featheied Sunday even Jay Campbellfor ; first monthly meeting in
of white that the tree will be
Beatrice Nicholson, Grand A
as daughter Denise
the Boy Scouts. These reports hospitably chairman, Iva Zimmerman 1964 of the Cape Canaveral : Tammy
carnations, baby breath and ret ng.ltei. Senior and Mrs. Steve Cottrell, planted at 10:30: am. on Arbor Miller, born Jan. 11 to !Mr\ and
were all accepted as read. ; reporter, Marilyn
Charles Dates opened the Branch American Society
with vhite satin streamE'f'1ctn! Day, January 17th.
serving as Grand Manager. Mrs Billy Miller. 120 Christmas
Carl' Boyd, clerk, then read the Avery; tract distributer, Ruby
meeting with a prayer. lie then Engineers was held at 7:30:
tued with white orchid The club has selected
a Hill Road
weighing SIbs. 12'i
minutes of the last annual meetIng Ncimaii!; visitation chairman.Grace The following were installed;
maid acquainted those present pm, January 8, 1964 at Chas-
Miss Judy Sharpe was tree to take the place of the one
Merritt ass't Mill- Mrs. I. B. oz
Myrl Whitley, Past Chief
members and the two special meetings ; '
the years statistics tain s Restaurant, Cocoa.
of honor She wore a street in front of the that
library was A Caruthers
Inca son, Douglas Clay ,
called in 1963. These also ; Mrs. Douglas Futch, Most Excellent -
length dress of red peso de sole received by letter and by profes. were The New Year started off ona
Refreshment chairman damaged. born Jan. 11 to Mr. and Mrs.
Opal Chief Mrs. Walter Col-
lecturing a round, neckline and lion\ of faith those baptized, approved. ; high note with 35 members
PsnnetAss't.., Faye Holland Una James H Caruthers, of 121 Mimosa -
-piembcradropped from the tolls ; Excellent: Senior; Mrs. Vernon -
cva 'kl'meOgl'aphed featured Bruce I
U''rn'tiiuirUr-t iig'tl'1l1 present, and
( A copy of the supplies chairman, Mary Chin- Thomas Excellent Junior Hill 'N Dale Garden Drive, weight: SIbs.
because of the ;
leaving area,
and full skirt which was featured Briggs; from the East Central
budget for 1DG4 was presented to olin; program chairman, Sylvia Miss Vendal Ray, Manager; Mrs. A son, Fred Lee Harvey, Jr.
with a large bow in back, death, or other reasons Floiida Regional Planning Couneil Club Meets TonightThe
each on arrival. This was Thornton Ass't
church person Frances Edwart's V. A. Evans, Protector; Mrs. born Jan. 12 to Mr and Mrs.
The total membershipstands
fttteameis the length guest, speaker.
extending as )
now brought under discussion. ; nursery chairman, Grace Fred L. Sr. of
L. J. Kilburn, Guard.A Harvey 809 Gibson -
at the highest In its Hill 'N Dale Garden Club
it the ditis. She wore a short .
The Women's Association expressed Merrill clean-up chairman Marie
; Street, 6 Ibs
weighing 6
New Officers introduced ozs I
circlet veil attached to a leaf lory-:38p. lie also gave Sunday lovely drill was put on with by will meet tonight at the home of
the desire to be relievedof Morris. A
daughter, Kae
cluster of matching red da School -at statistics total of 31)4 Mrs. Lee Tinnell as Captain of outgoing Pres Scott Slepp are: Mrs Gerald Hooks, 2701 Hibiscus -
peau the annual burden of contributing The officers will assume their President Brill Barnes, born Jan. 12 to Mr. and
people and staff. the drill staff In which a gift was Earnest Brown .
sole and carded a cascade' bouquet young to the cost of the nursery, duties 1 January 28. Mrs Edgar G. Barnes of Sharpes,
of white feathered A spokesman from each organization presented the Most Excellent Engineering; Vice-Pres., Leroy "Tips on Flower Arrange
carnations -
be free the
so they might to use weighing 7 Ibs 12 oz
in the church reported on Chief by Mrs Walter Collins Johns Pan American; Secretary ments" will be Mrs
with red and white net. by
for some other cause. It A daughter, Penny Lynn Page
Bridesmaids Miss Ann the actlvltes of the group: Carl money B. P., O Elks Slate from the Temple. A Past Chief Ed Slaughter, Cape Canaveral George Partelow.
were was agreed to add this amountto born Jan 12. to Mr. and Mrs.
Boyd for the Sunday School; Calendar pin was presented to Mrs J. B. District, Corps of Eng,
Brackin and Miss Lana Hutch Busy
the Nursery budget, and the Marion L. Page, Jr., of 1309
Miss Mary Shaw for Junior High Whitley by Miss Mary Cottrell, 'Treasurer, Hugh Winn, Jr., Gen
inion. Their dresses and hats budget was adopted as proposedwith PAST CHIEFS CLUB Washington Avenue, weighing 6
Frank BPO Elks, Titusville president of the Past Chicf'i eral Dynamics.
were identical to the maid of Youth (Mr. and Mrs.\ this exception. Lode I Ibs 11 ozs

ronor'i They carried a cascade Stodgell: sponsors); Miss Patsy 2113, will hold a steak supper Club; also, Mrs Tinnell presented After appointment of regular The Pat Chiefs Club will A daughter, born Jan 13 to

bouquet of white feathered Shaw for Senior High Youth (Mr. The membership then voted to Saturday, January 18, 7:00: to 9:00: Mrs. Arthur Demond with a standing committeei, Brill appointed meet: Monday night, January 20, Mr and I !Mrs Roy A. Picper. of
p.m. Proceeds go( to the Elks Past Chief pin for her three special committee to 730: at Temple Hall!
carnations with white nd and and Mrs Ed Austen, sponsors); have a unIcameral board combined a 143 Harrison St, weighing 8 Ibs

christmas giccn. Mrs. Murphy Wardman reportedfor elders and trustees into Charity Fund.Thursday years of service as secretaryMrs. investigate the feasibility of 11 ozs

Miss Kathy Mack, daughter of the Women's Association one body, to expedite tho business January 23, at 8.00 Tinnell Introduced Miss sponsoring a contest between RECENT VISITORS A daughter Roxanne Robert
p,m. in the Lodge room, Indoctrination Susan Clontz who
of the church. !: ) pianist chose High School Seniors featuringsome
Mr and Mis Hoyi Mack, wasflower son born Jan 13 h Mr and Mrs.
will be conducted. All officers as her selections, "The Lord'sPrayer'S' phase of within Miss Grace Allen and Mrs.
1table beautifully arranged program Donald L Robertson of 65 Million
gill She wore a long Chairman of the nominating and members are urged to \ and "Ave Maria"; Mrs the Civil Engineering Field. Recommendations David Demont of Chonogassa,
bowl ind Drive
punch weighing 7 Ibs 6 ozs
with crystal
red dress identical to the maid ofhonor's a
of red gladioli I. committee Z. P Shaw, took attend Robert Nedirnycr sang a solo, were to providea were guests in the home of Mrs

and bilderoaids. Her flOI'LI arrangements over the next portion of business, Initiation will be held Monday, "No Man Is An Island", accompanied guided tour of either the Cape Weldon Edgerton a few days ENVELOPES Business Sizes -

hat was of white fcathete-i cai- und. white mums. sualill'sting'Sam Beddmsficld: and January 27, starting at 8:30: p.m. by Mrs. II E. Peele. Launch Mer. first of the week. Mrs. Demont is Also Kraft Envelopes' with clasp
The bilde's book was kept by Kennedy area or for mailing, Full stock at Star-
nations with white net. und rhe
Torn Walker for the following candidates Rob
elders. : of Mrs.
as new They Following the entertainment, a niece Eclgerton's
mitt Island NASA
Complex Advocate Office.
carried a miniature bouquet of Miss Barbara Jo were duly elected. lie also pro- ert L. Smith Otto F .Schwe kl, delicious refreshments were
both for all of the contestantswith
white; feathered carnation> with tible V.-H overlaid'with a white posed extending the terms of K. J. Wcrmolintf and J. L Rich: served by the following committee .
sod I luc clot and to one side a a cash prize to the winner.
satin strejineis Christmas
II II McAshan and Uo Thompson ards : Mr. Gus Emillo, chair
candle was li.htcd.: A county wide planning program Bank at I
green.The to 19Cii( ( to
equalize the vacancies man Mrs. Mattie Carlile, Mrs
included was discussed briefly by
brides be. Out of town guest
wore a o\rr" the next two yearcaused Annual Meeting Leah Evans, Mrs. O W. Mart
C C. Jobc. Vote of the member
cheats of :Mr and Mrs. Mike R. Bishop,
coming rose beige!;
by the change to a Ulri Mrs. Carl Jackson Mrs Lee
Debbie and Scottie of Orlando; Charities Inc. ship showed unanimous interest
laee over taffeta witli matching ,
cameral 1 board! Richards. Mrs. Sallie Tourney, '
hat and bone color accessories, MI'. and Mrs. Milford Rlcard In the program;;: and since plan- your maIlbox/L
The newly elected deacon Futch Most Excellent
are The Annual General meet of Mrs. Douglas -
and of carnations and Karen of West Columbia, ma nini/ lies essentially within the ,
a corjjge pink
Mrs. Herman liicdlgrr Chief called rehearsal
South Carolina and Mrs Victor and Mrs. the Titusville opcialive Charities a Civil Engineering: Field Brill sf
and roses. ; l Duane Clark nominated the for all officers at Castle Hall at
by Inc., will be held next Tues of
and Steve of appointed R J. Ilartman
*The> brille aroom's mother \Vartcnville Rlcard. Vickie, South Carolina; committee, and J. I). Lantz, day, January 21, 1964, at 8.40 7:00: pm. January 22. C:.pe Canavcrbl Dist, Corps of to save
those a dress of mint green nominated from the floor.
am. at Its offices at 317 Washing
of Eng.; R. D. Arner of Brown En-
Itev! and Mrs. Hugh Beusley,
with black nccessoile-s. She
COC'OH; Mr. and Mrs. Harold The members-at-Jarge portion tin: Avenue Titusville P.E.O. Members To glnceiing and J. F. Kamipe of
woie a corsage of pink curna All members and directors
lions and roses. Jones, Carolyn and Nadine of of the 1064 nominating committee urged" to attend this meeting are at Attend Luncheon NASA as a committee of three lime, stepsWe
and nominated to meet with the County Voluntary -
New Smyrna Beach; Mr. were from the
A reception was bold in the which new officers and directors
Mrs Wade II Hayes of f Hock. floor and elected by a single Some members of Titullle Planning Study Committee
banquet room of the church immediately will be elected for the ensuing
ledge vote. They are Jack Martin, Chapters Z and BT of P.E,O. empowered to offer the services
following; the cere year.
mony. The bride's table was The couple went to Silver l Duane Clark, Mrs. William plan to attend! the January re and assistance I of the Cape Can supgslyoii/ : ,

London, W. K:. luncheon of central averal Branch American Sociity -
Ziegler&; and ciprocity ) -
wedding trip.
overlaid with a lace which was Springs for a tree balik-bu. '.
the bride chose alight James Pritchard. f loilda! chapters Jan 24 at 12:30: Civil Engineers to that I
flanked by silver candelabra For traveling lion.A ,
holding white candles After the blue suit and white jacket Ray Wlnitcad reported on the very short corporation meeting pm.The group. mad forma ,

cake had been cut by the bride with. matching hat and gloves.tier progress of the Site Committee, was held to elect the trusteesof luncheon and program The Cape. Canaveral Branch

: black and which Is trying to locate a site the church, which-since the will be held at Mount Vernon territorial limits are Brevaid I
and groom, the LUC; !I>U weie<<: served accessories were
from the bridal for the new church He recommended change to a unicameral board- Inn, Winter Park and Indian River Counties.CERAMICS.
by Mrs John Giircr and her corsage was
Mike adding Gus Kaulk to the is merely the election of the new -- Mothers and other busy people always appreciate time ,
Bishop. bouquet.
Mm Arthur Dunn and Mrs. The couple plans to leside in committee to fill the vacancy riders as trustees also, saving conyenl.nee and lhat'a what you get when'
left by the death of John Wood Upon adjournment of the
cor *
Dot Walker served punch from Muns. I with and bank by maiL There's a "branch
: -- -- --. -- -. I man. This was made into a motion porate meeting the membership you bank ua ,
and carried. moved tr> the assembly room fora bank" as near as your await mailbox.
In the brain via
THE HEART the Innate nervouasyatem.source I Rev. Bates closed the congregational fellowship hour and coffee and Stop In & Visit Our Newly Decorated Shop i -

Spinal pressures create meeting with a benedic- cake Open Dally 10:00 A.M. Til Closed Friday is.- Your) Financial Partner in Progress
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of this --
PUMP OF LIFE blocks cutting off part I
energy, Correct adjustment, release \I
By Dr. C. H. Prior of these spinal pressuresby CLASSES NOW FORMING E-

chiropractic care, permits FREEWtvM BEGINNING WEEK OF OCT. 28 :::.
An over heart to resume more norm-

loaded function.in heart Clinical cases,results according are (Workshop & Classes) ,
heart 5T
more often Dr Prior. yn .no| nit. of good clean .ntert.lnm.nt F.R-E-I., Tuek, Wed. Thurs Days & Nights 7:30 to 10 P.M. .. I

an "underpowered itthe_ _ Com earn the basic! tttp of Square Dtnclng. If y.w knew your '
i right from your left You can Square Dane. INSTRUCTIONS SUPPLIES
heart, says of I series of articles pub- GRHNWARe FIRING first' National Bank

Dr Prior .dlll. to explain and illustrate I Friday Night. January 24 8:00 P. M. SPECIAL GIFT ITEMSI! .

local chiropraetor. the practice of chiropractic. Indian River City Community Bldg.
Power, or energy to keep the whose office I is located at 1334 TWIHL-A-WAYS SQUARE DANCE CLUB !

heart In continuous working S Washington Ave. Phone 267- I for more Information Call AM 7.1464 349S 441t 11$ BROWN AVE. AM ,-...* TITUSVILLE I. Brcraid'i Only Horn Owned Bankt V
condition MUST com from the 3187 I

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January 17.17(4 Tltutvllle (Florid) Sltr Advectfe I p.(. S

'''round town

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Ph, 2614151 2613916

More than 40 teenagers gith:: Delta Sorority; Jeannae Patter coachman costume pumnd s

Bred here I a 11 t Saturday ion. Phi Beta Mu, Mrs Simon Is on one side and Elaine mere 6

evening to bid a fond farewell t to? chairman of the contest a picture of her in a prince 1
- their friend, Debbie Treder who Proceed from each phase of costume.

will be moving back to( her former tile carnival will be donated to !Mrs Gloria Com, of the "IOJ .

Mexican Tour /home in Milwaukee\[ Wisconsin the research and building fund Ceramic Cottage! on 1'rcwn, .\, >.

this. weekend with her\ family. for, a Tltusville Civic (Center painted the mugs for the, Dank ,
the Don Trcilerj of Echo Tin'lo, Mrs Com was an rmpliv 'in the

Depicted To The youngsters divided lot n Tie presentititcs of the Florida proof f'cpailment' of the hank, '" ..n t

>r several groups and visited van llcirt Association met Tuesday iiI recently when she rc,u.not I" \

ous sections of town in search of with Mrs. Elnora Robinson( publicity devote all her time to uramn

IRC Women humorous items on a scavenger chairman for Beta Sigma She! plans to hold afternoon and!

hunt. then met at the home of riil'i annual Sweetheart Ball, In evening Instruction classes

Dr. Forrest Askey, world Mr and Mrs. C. M\ Brinier 1112,1;1 her home at 13JO:! MsU Terraceto
Board members of St ;ahriel TO JUDGE Senator Bernard
< SENATOR Parrish
ace.t' I
Lane Ave With Be Be Bell priMiiv map out plans for the Feb.
traveler and teacher Eau
at id ing delightful guitar music. tho'' Sth: dance to be held In the Gold ', Episcopal Churehwnnii : [pti- a complimentary ticket to Beta Sigma Phi's annualSweetheart
Gallic High School, took mem- were honored at a luncheon list Ball from Mrs. J. B. Leutwyler center, .
teens enjoyed! a lively hoeitcnunny "i liixini! at the Ramada Inn In presildit
b-rs:: and! guests of the Indian J I and dancing > Cocoa Deacll Meeting\[ with Mrs\ week at the home of Mron' ( "I IOrvls of XI Delta Mu Chapter and Mrs. Paul Demole,

liver City Woman's Club on an Among those attending the pnr"1 Fob nson were Mrs. Esther Lee! proNlelent, 1331: In 'nn president of Theta Omicron Chapter. Crowning of a
,. River Ave with Mrs I I. A nil: bvv ,ethcort will highlight the evening with Senator
imaginary( tour of Mexico City ty) were Sue Williams, Ternf ''No Itrevaril division chairman, ,
ell, vl( Mrs J,
-1 1.L.il ;
I'anish' The dance is scheduled for
when he slowed; films and lectured Smith Reece Wingate, Elalnet'Robinson F.IA. ; Mrs Dottle Austin, public serving as a Judge
Buekham, treasurer and 11I1'sJt.hn
Relations Director, F. II A. ; Itb U in the Gold Room of the Ram lda Inn at Cocoa
at the January meeting Kathy Primer, Kathy
Ball, secretary serving; asc
lkm'h. Proceeds will benefit Florida Heart Association.
held this week: at the Civic Center Labrusciano( Pam Miller, JoVnn) from Sanford and Mrs Betty ').hostesses These officers, all

: \ RJmafic! lolanc Rain e. JOt""i.. Lee, No. Brevard Heart Sunday elected to serve a second term, (Carlson Photo.) ---

, Kyle Becky Hill, Sherry Parti- chairman. and) board members will be In |x>pulir' publicity chairman for .
'I Dr. Askey was assisted by Read Star Advocate: Classifieds:
PROGRAM FEATURES (ndian River Citv Woman's low Terry Gillen, Donna Com-n stalled during the 10 am. service Tltusville' Jr. Woman Club.
Lloyd] Chesney, a student interested Club enjoyed a talk on Mexico bDi I Forrest Askey, parato, Lynn Cameron, Linda. An.;i idcr&on Two youngsters received a delightful Sunday Following the luncheon
in the field of electronics
who ran the film (right) an Eau Gallic High School teacher Left to rightare Florence Chase, Gil! New. liurl>rise last week when the women! discussed the programfor MsiUnfi at the home of Mr\ andMm. I f you get any businessover
keik Skippy Shaw and Corkey this \ Gus )Emilio Mr. and
Mrs. James Plumb, Woman's Club president; Lloyd Mrs George Bourne, secretary year are:
' .' The Education and International Chesney, who assisted Dr Askey; Mrs. Gerald Calhoun, May. ":, to Citizens Bank President, Mis. Edward Dixon of Freeport, the telephone -

' I Affairs Departments presented program chairman; Dr. Askey. Others attending were Leer,, George Morgan;: presented them Mrs\ Mark (Sandy) Goodkind I-ong Island, and Mr. and Mrs.

I.". the program with Mrs Tcfertiller, Beverly Bryan, Dan.,' with beautiful hand.ctecorat.lI of 1900 Vaughn. has a special visitor I Lawrence: Carplco of Jamaica, you will get more busi

II I Gerald Calhoun as program Finns Celebrate NB Nurses Elect ry Smith, Pete Evans, Tommy,; mugs as a gift for riding on the these days Her! father, L II New Vuik Mr Dixon Is captain
chairman.Mrs. Hawk, Linda Zimmerman, ton hank's Cinderella float of tile Freeport Police Dept.Mrs. when
in the Goldstein of Atlanta, Ga. Is here ness you use
24th Slate Of OfficersThe : ., Dixon In a sister of Ilrs.IJ' \ .
Anniversary rile Gleason, Roberts Paul Christmas
Harry ,
parade ThoI
Kenneth Ahmie, chap- ,? hitI.' for( a two or three week vacation."Grandpa" ,
led Loud, Harvln Clark, Larry Tuck mugs revolved by Elane Carl Is having time n1111o
devotion and a
the gay a
." the group in the club collect, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Finn North Brevard Registered. er, Richard Wlsby, Debbie Reel',. son and Bill !Morgan were doc with the GiHKlkmd children. KdluUl,6MIt'

and salu'e to the American were hosts to many of their Nurses Organisation\: elected officers Cathy Johnson, Cathy Adams, orated with Christmas greens: Brian, 8, Robyn, 4, and of course !Mrs\ William Pcgram! of Hamlet -
flag ong friends on the occasion of their for the new year: at its Mike Roberts, Mike Dunbar and stars, holly and had the children he a doubled his fun (and pleas M (t' is visiting at the home 303 S. Washington Ave.

24tii wedding anniversary last January 14th meeting Tcrrle Shaffer, names painted on them. Bills ure) with the twins, Scott and of Mm Juanita Steele in Highland *
Mrs. James president,
Saturday evening, at their home, mug had a picture of him In his 267-5530
presided over the business session 128 Pine Lane, IRC. Elected were: Mrs. Laura Marty, 14 months Sandy Is the Terrace

at which time Mrs. Rose Eloer, ch.lirmalMrs.; Rita Mrs Fred! S. Salter of Old

Mitchell was received into membership Many lovely gifts were pre. Holt, vice chairman; Mrs. Mary Dixie Hwy was elected as

, sented to the couple. Refresh Wtl :on. secretary and Mrs. president of the Pink Ladies of
? merits of Italian lasagna, tossed Mary Wilson, secretary and Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital s.i.laraai.r.w..r..sa.area

Mrs Nick Turpoljac Introduced salad, gaillc.buttered bread and Mrs. Eluabcth Withington, treasurer during a luncheon meeting Tuesday .

two guests, Mrs. Elmer Kar- coffee were served at Whispering Ilills Country
I berg and Mis James Spencer. Club Mrs\ Bert Gus, current
Attending: from Titusvillc were The group voted to purchases
I Mrs. Larry Flmk proposed vice. elected
president to
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Miller, Mr. / grip tang exerciser for the was '
that club members sell the In fill the office of til'conlt'Ic!'."
and Mrs. John Krall, Mr. and Ntiith Bfcvaid Rehabilitation (
dian! River City Fireman's Directory president. New officers elected
Mrs Don Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Center, in memory uf the late OPENING
.." in order to boost theclub's were Mrs\ \Walter Kraus, first)
, Charles Rinehart, Mrs. Steve Mis Clara Bjrtlctt, R.N. Mrs. 1
I treasury vice president Mrs. Paul Estra-
Langgle, Mr: and Mrs. John Kathy Lambert reported on the ;
It was announced that Mrs. M Mrs II G. Shuler, recording
Harold Gray and Mrs. Richard ser"retary
Wally Dal Santo. which is used in gripping
Webber would form a new excrchcs of the hands. and Mrs Paul Bamforth
, building group by offering be- IRC friends Included Mr. and treasurer. r"t
A letter
read from Sandra
, ginners bridge to those Intciest- Mrs Curtis J. Farley, Mr and was Mrs Salter says she plans "to -
ed. Mrs. John Matraz/o, Sr., Mr. Campbell, Titusville girl, who bIn work harder this year" than she

and Mrs. Daniel Robinson, Mr. the organization;: for nursing did last year (or this is possible
Included among reports the end Mrs. Joseph Condes, Mr. and studies at the Grady Memorial l since Martha's an extremelyhard

president stated that at the Dec- Mrs\[ Larry Bellemore, Mr. and Hospital She expressed her worker all the time) and
ember meeting: of the Brevard gratitude for the htlp given and PALM
MIS. Dan Kieffer and Mrs. set the organiiation'i goal: on a, HOUSE43APARTMENTS
County Federation meeting in Agnes de Gerald. told of some of her work .ts a new Hospitality Shop for the new 1''' H
Melbourne the Indian River City student m.rse. hospital: ?
Woman's Club made the largest Out'of.town guests were Mr.

donation of any club in the county and Mrs. June Benccke of Bell
Roger Mullins Jr.
Winter residents (in In-
our area
to the new Brevard County wood, Mr. and' Mrs. Hal Surdam
elude\ Mr. and Mrs tlintcn Stad-
Chill Guidance Center. of Eau Gallic and Mr. and Mrs.Hal'lIey Honored With Party
ig of Palm St., from Wells,
The also announcedthe de! Gerald of New
president Mr and Mrs\ Roger L. Mul\ Maine and Mr. and Mrs Fred" ,1
club % Sin)rnJ Beach.Eastern ,
had 100
registered line, Sr, :244 Pine Lane, Indian W Sands of the Ba>'vlew Apart. .
on the honor score set up by the River ments from
City, entertained Wednes Liberty, So Carol
Florida Federation Star Meets day nght, Jan 8, with a family Lna located On U. S. No.1 1 South

A delicious German chocolate Tuesday Night party at the home honoring the

cake, coffee and tea were second birthday of their son, Mrs. J. K. (Esther) Davidson 1i Titusvillo
served by the hostesses who in Titu"ville Chapter No. 6 Order Roger Lee, Jr. must surely i have orderedall

eluded Mrs. Ted Pope, Mrs. of the Eastern Star, will hold A birthday cake decoratedwith this cold weather so she could 116 ,

Ferry Cain, Mrs. Glenn Young, a regular meeting Tuesday night, two white candles and a have a convenient place to store, Modern
Mrs. Lewis Rowell, Mrs. Julius January 21st, at 8:00: p.m. at the clown face was the centerpieceof the five cases of "snow" she recently -

Sam and Mrs. Nicholas Lauletta. Masonic. Temple, at the corner the table. purchased for Titusvillc Rental ; r Sunday January 19 196'1.I -
of Washington Avenue and Gar Those present were Mr\ and Jr. Woman's Club Winter Carnk unit: uYr ,

den Street. Mrs. Delbert Mullins, grandparents val Ball With all this "snow" i4 f.

I. Parkway Junior High Brenda Kay, sister; Esther; co-chairman of the decorations ll
JAr*. Ernest t I Kloss, Worthy
and uncles Delbert Jr. William
" Honor Society Meets committee will be able, I
Matron and William T. Knight, .
and Elbert Mullins.
to "whip up quite a storm" for
Wl.rlhy Patron, urge all mem
'The National Junior Honor
the dance t' i''I"'
big .
coming up on .
Society of Parkway Junior Lers to be present as election of D, A R. To Meet 1 at Whispering Hills Country
' .
High known as Flumen Silen officer will be held. Any visiting

j' tiae, held its regularly scheduled members ale cordially invited Incliin River Chapter, Daufch. Club.More
13. to attend. lers of the American Revolution, news about the ball'' Mrs
:;.meeting Monday, January ,
will meet Tuesday, January 21, Donald (Beverly) Simon reportsthe ,1111 ''slruq r '

Those present decussod committee at 2;:10 p.m., at the home of Mrs first entrants in the King and I iWNrNM

work and a school piojcct Home For WeekendMiss A. K Schenck, 112 Doncr St. Queen Contest are Sid Carraway 1 and 2 E' '"' '

Ono of the projects suggested Juanita Unnson spent the Mrs. D. D Dunn, Mrs K. K sponsored by Titemilla Art
was a new American Wilcox! and Mrs. Thomas Smith league; Joy Myers Eta Eta
weekend vis ting her parents .
flag\ ; for the school Mi. and Mn Ralph Biinson, are to be cohostessesMrs Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi; Apartments U; I
had S. A, Kittles III, Regent, Nancy West, Anchor Club Dr
1403 Indian River Ave. She
Among! other projects urges all members to attend W 0. Young, Rotary Club, Don. d. ''C '4
out as her guest Miss Celia Tram "
to are r
dub hop:::% tarry
na Collins, Tltusville Woman's 'I'
Any visiting member is corcliel ___
mill from LuthcMville, Ga, a .
students in subject -.otQ-" ... '
helping: Club Toastmast ..... -
Ray Summy .
ly invited to attend calling "" ... "
by .
where they need help and sponsoiing fellow student: at Georgia Medical ,...__ .,... ) -t'-. ,
Diane Fisher, Gateway Welcome ..
Mrs. Schenek, AM 7 1333: ers; : ..:. -
College Augusta ;
an exhibit ii the 1 brary :;: Jess i hiMrc w -
_____ __ __ __ I Wagon Club:
To Host GOP Club Kiwanis; Fran l'artelow, Epsilon
;;; New Furnished or Unfurnished Apartment Rentals In
Mrs. Glen liiehmond, president !-'
Brevard Lumber Company will be hostess to the I Cloio Proximity to Cape Kennedy sad Centrally LocatedIn

READY-MIXED- IN-TRANSIT. CONCRETE North Brevard Women's Republican LOANS50 .. 600 'r I ho Nation's Fastest Growth Areal

Bu"dnfl: M.t.rl.l l Lumbar A Paint) 9 Hardware If IfWE Club January 22, at her On AirConditioned
BUILD ROOF TRUSSES home 3SO W. Coquina Ave Signature, Furniture. Auto

Let Us Give You An Estimate I The meeting will Mart at 1 1:30: Rut' Estate Bones Also Provided
; and election of officers
Phone AM 7-3831 s.m. ) and
Delivery -
II will he held:!. Mrs. Richmond request
I all members? to attend I .

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(wr I Astiw Henry C. Deck Company Built By- Dallta Texas

Add A Room Architect
r>; 1r '" ?.. -
1 i = Brolemin & Rapp of Orlando. Florida .

348 T i .



Cub 24 Monthly ;I ITo 267-3261 Realty Premise

NO DOWN PAYMENT! Yell Psym.nts

v ? r Zeke Evans $150.00 $ 8,89 BALDWIN SHOPPING CENTER

300.00 17,79

7' J9Far:; i \ d Construction Co.;, I Inc. 450.00 26.23 Barry Glave-Melbourne PA37660IIrld.y

600.00 34.39
1423 Mtnoll Ave.. Indian River Siti. Ph. 1474M7 ,



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Pat I Tlhisvllle (Florida) St".Adreeafe Friday, January 17,1144' Handicap League First 'National Bank 811 so I High team garnet Pine Grove
Kethy( Steak Home lilt nl'4
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liutfy Keitauranlp Inn, T4T.
High individual: game: Gordon ceonl* 57 Io''
Hj Shepherd, 23John&; Watkins, 233. J'lmt engage Corp IItI 32Oat.way ? High team serlcsi Pine Grove PLYFORM e TIMBERS

Set High individual aeriei: Tom Ray Nelson Lane Insurance 88 84 82 14 Inn, 2039.
Bowling .
Tourney rlalloran 589 Gordon Shepherd, Bud..11"1' 83 ae
; Graham Maonry 83 311 HUnillRt Wan !,.., SCAFFOLDING
580. fltlion Hank al 87 Burger King 47 24 .e
John' Lindcplni 16 &2 Shaffer' Plod Hdw. 44 I
North Brevsrd Women's Bowling K. Kunlsh; S. Holley E. Paslcy; Wilson, D. Lust; J. Crabtree, K. High team game: Duffy's Restaurant Kicn.rdi Aircraft 41 29 2*

Aisodstlon officials are expecting M. DcMole, D. CompFon. ; 001. Western l Auto 4Zo% 89 It PANNING
Browne; V. DiGristme, R. Hicks; ll"rrln.ton Cl"aner* 41 Si
a record number of en 8 p.m.: R. Arnold, B.. Matting- High team series: Duffy's Reitaurtmt Lady Keglers Cherryilon Mobile. homes 37 31
tries for their third annual N. B. ly; N Thurlow, C. Jarrett; V. T. Radcliffe, II. Carlson; E. 242B. Mrrrllt* Aect. Service 3S 37 I
Bowling Championship Tourna Barnosky, I, DeVrie; D. Wentz, Splits converted: O. K. Thack- High Individual game: Eloise Conn Cuttrr'Cart* Stores, tne. 34 a44t 87H IS 1L-r !LUMBER CO.

ment which will be held at Gate. J, Stewart; L. Reid, J. White; B. rey, 8-7 and 810; George Marshall Norman, 202; Mary Williams, 209. Pin drove Inn :33H" :38'1'' ,.,1. 634.8700 M.rrltt Ulind'

wijr Lanes this weekend.( Koffoe League Sinclair, 0 Tommesello; J. Hef- ,, 67MlnnilUf i'*| High: ; individual series: Eloulse Keel First, Insurance National Hank 81 32 4t 40 I //riZ? (Opening, a yard In Tltutvlll seen)
wen TootT I Macho
According to league/ officials, Siesta Motel took 3 from Atlantic ler, M. Sullivan. fc (i Hulllr* 39'* 2S''* Norman,, 535, Mary Williams, 531 ..,,'. Lounge Bank 27 22'i 45CltI. 4S''41
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approximately 31 teams consistIng ( Plumbing; 0 and E Shirt

of 3 women on a squad, are Lettering won 4 from Joyce
registered for the contest, which
; George Darley won
will be held Saturday and Sun 3.1 over Fat Boy's; Master ,

day, Cleaners took S from J. E. Evans ABSOLUTE

Following are the team, doubles i T and Q Music split II with

and single schedules: Adair Beauty Shop; Steel's Tavern

Saturday, 10:30: a,m., team 3.1 over Day's Cleaners; Justice

events Ed Kittles Agency, Therrnd .
: Homes 3 1 over Ponds Western

Fuel, Correct Craft, Champ Auto; Lee's Southern Room

Waring Oil, Siesta Motel, !Master split l'4-2Mi' with First Mortgage; FINAL CLOEOUTFURNITURE

Cleaners, T and G Music, Gate- Helton Pontiac won 31 over Pit-

day Lanes. kethley and Bisclow: Service Sta
2:30: p.m: Rattan Room, Sam tion.

Northcutt, Broyhill Development, High Individual game: Joan
Ray Nelson, Ins., Western Auto,

Carpenter.First National Stereo Bank Store, Kingman., Cherry Drohan BJeakley High ,individual,583.HKmllnci 217.. series: Kathy TIT U S V ILL E.

don Mobile Homes and Sales,
Won I....! .
Keel Insurance, Melvin and As. tileata Motet t 41 :20/ ,
II HI! Shirt LetterlnR 41 20
sociates.T:30 Ponds Western Auto. 4J 22
Flr.t Mortgage 41''t 22'.
Florida Wonderland,
: p.m.: 0 Balk.Llfldsey, Southern Room, Homea !B81i> 25'-lSteel.

Fls er'. Quality Footwear, River I....'.. Southern Tavern Room 3D 84H M 29141 ,I .0. Out Of Business Sale
Lanes, 'Citizen's Bank Hatringtcn T 0 Muilo 84'. 29't Going
Cleaners, Shaffer's Plaza Hardware Mmter Boys Cleaner 01:Tl: '/ 83 804Kat

Spaceonlx), Conn Cars, Juiticc Adair. Beauty Cleaner Shop 25 24H 89They' 09'. ,

Homes, Burger King. Atlantic Plumbing 2JVt 4"%"
Sunday, 2:30 p.tn,: doubles and J. E. Evane Plumbing 22 22 42 41Jovue

singles; Pllkethley Hlcelow fter.Sta. .
Lake C. Henderson N. 20 44
T. ; Briton Pontiac 19 45
Chamberlain, E. Norman; E. '
Holmes, H. Langgle; G, Miner, Sunday Night Mixers

G. ,Halloran, J. Bleakley, If[. Badcock Furniture took four JUST DAYS LEFT TO OBTAIN THE FINEST FURNITURE VALUES EVER

Brannan, V Oglesby, P. Moat\ ; '
J. Ouellettc, B. Miller; L Lundy, from the top team, E. Donovan; OFFERED! 3 CLOSE OUT SALE, B. 0. P.
Lighting by Taylor won 4.0 from I
P. Elliott; D. Pelham, K. Closky -

Kieffer W.* Cannon D., Funkhouser E. ,Respell M. ,Williams W. Wycoff; K.; Carl Mobile Homes Schmidt Homes won 4;.Rambler(o and over East Moonlamt; Justice Coast ABSOLUTE FINAL CLOSEOUT! EVERYTHING AT FURNITURE, TITUSVILLE

$:pm.: J. R)'an. R. Welch; G. Bowling was over run by DcMon-

Rennie, B. LaGasse; P. MoytnC lea! Metropolitan 31. COST OR BELOW! PROFIT NO OBJECT!
V- Intirtlnf.' Men loot WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY
Webber; N. Youree Gault; E. Donovan A Co. 47H ''iliadaock
P. Short, J. Martin; C. Gleason, Furniture' 39'a' 2\ I

Josh Kent Cent* Home Bowline. M 81 81 29: RESPONSE THE PAST FANTASTIC
DeMonlc .15 83 !
MONO NOTICE PETTERY OF SUIT., rMhl.nee tO l : RAY.tin-' I Carl, nhmlrll MMrrtpolltan Rambler 88 35 (AFTER CHURCH)
Lighting tty Taylor 01 87
notified' thai
known. You are herby Mooaland Mebll. Homei II f9
a nun !<" been filed .al..t yen IB
the rirriili. Court of Bravird County, PRICES SLASHED EVEN LOWER!

natuMI TI"iTbe" ;defendant- n.m.I II of R.the rmond known P.tUrjr. I.Kfl.tt.: MOTKK 1 P. M. TO 6 P. M.

.'The nature of the cult la I for a Jan lu, 154!
divorce. The nerve ol the Court la Notiue la hereby riveD at the an
which laid suit I U pending I I. the Dual meeting ot the ahareboldrra ot
Circuit Court Ninth' judicial Circuit the First lltlonal Dank of Tltui-
: rule Tltuivllle, Florlil to he held MATTRESSES(
County, Florida and the abbreviated In the Klr.l NeMonal. Rank Buildln ,
tltl 1n the cue |I. Wanda Fay Mul- ( Tlluavllle Florida on January
lone,Pettcry Plalnllft vi. Raymond JJ.:: 19B4. al 3:M P,M? tor the electIon .
of Director the CLOCKS
and transaction
Pelt.ry Defen'an" belul Chan.aryNo of auoh. other bualneu ae may properly 10 Ynr Guarante ,
; 17410. You are hereby requiredto
We your peewee with tb. Clerk0f eome teltaid, meeting or Smooth Top 5PIECEDAYSTROM
adiournmenti thereofUOTUli
..**:*.t Court led te "etrvf a cop> II. tKlatlRE.: .. AND LAMPS AT ABSOLUTE
th of r neJoba.Ylai.OL.uue.JJrA. ::jr! 'J'1L.reut: .Vtoe p..lael\.t\ Twin or Full 1 388
Slwpard f9b.pu.I b-Mln.spP.O .
for Drawer Plaintiff I 111, Cocos, so ,later rlnride" than, attorney,eruary Tan Frl.,) U and 1964.16 c, 11,i"r:20, 23: (Moll,, Wed,f With Matching COST OR BELOW! S T DINETTE I E

_____ Box p
;I. lift* tt you fall\ to do ao adecree Springs.
pro oonfeoo will I be entered.guin.l IN TIIK: fill< I IT I Ol I HT OP TillMNril :
you. iMted thli Dipt day ofDewnber Jll I>l If MI. ('IRt'l ITMl IV'' Genuine Formica Top, Washable Plastic Seats and
19(13.! CI'RTia R. ,( KK "III'':v.\II II I401NT',
BARNES, Clerk of the Circuit Court, KIOHIDi fll \.tH" XII. .7IUNITK1J
CUIT by Bertie COUNT Hall REAL, Deputy) Clerk, (CIR CORP.MOKTUAUEK! .bEKVICl.NO FOAM F MATTRESSES E E S .SOFA() F BED E Backs, Extension Table. Fine Modern' Style.

Jan. 8, 10, 17, 24 (tFrl.l J 1964.iv k rialntlff,

TUB) cinrtiT COUNT, N''IITIIoIl'III'L : DANIEL...S. THOMPSON et ux, Value
HI'I'IT.: IN: ANTI: tOH Defendant. 6 Inch Pure "
'IKE"'''') COINTI.: STATE' OK NDTKK' OF Mtl.KNOTICH : Nylon 124.95
yLORIDA, IX: t'II.\\'t"I.: IS IIKHEHT GIVEN that Foam Mattress 77 4950Ret 6888
I'U. XIXW on the !M day of January 1304! at
TUB SEAMAN'S: BANK FOR '*'AV< 11:00: A. M. at the main. door of the and Matching 7 7 Cover
INUit 1W THE CITY OF NEW Courthouae of Brevard. County, at Movel
TOHK, *} how York corporation Tltuevllle. Florida, the undorol.n..dCI.rk Box Springs
IMslntlff will offer for sale to the ,
.. y.. hlgheit and bent bidder for each the Twin or Full

RITA II. KRAUSB, et al, fallowing described real properly I __ __
OTICK: OP stir Defendants Ion Lot, 7u let, Harbor Addition Height( according Hubdlvla-! to HID I E A BED E ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE

THE) Rita whose STATE II.residence Krause OF. FLOUIOATO le unknown ida record the Plat. plat Hook of thereof lirevard 14 page u County recorded 108 ,publlo Flor In FEATHER F E T E PILLOWS 1 L L S FOAM CUSHION INNERSPRING MATTRESS

Notice I. hereby given that pull together with all atructure. 1m.provem.nt. HIGH STYLE COVERS. BroyhillBEDROOM I
hat been filed In the above Indicated .. IIIIur.. appliance., and.
Court acalnit you, and ifalnit appurtenance on laid land wad
Ralph ChoulDtrd and Iris Choulnord. I" conjunction therewith.Thl..aie Full Size SUITE E
hla wife, the title of which tae I. mad. pursuant 10 w
I. u above ihown. final decree of tor.lo..r. .nlared In Guaranteed 88
You are hereby required to file Chancery aches No. 27118 now pend. Reg. 3.95 133
your tnewer or written defeniee, If ins In the Circuit Court of and for 98Genuine Choice of Mocha or Walnut Finish. Dust Proof. Center
any, In the above proceeding wltr tlreverd County Florida.. .00 Values

a Ib.-ct.rk copy thereof wi this upon Court the and plaintiff'10 vrrve 1904 DATED, THIS 15 day of January, Value EachFOAM Drawers Guided. Dovetail Construction. High .

attorney whoee name and addreas.; (ICOURT *KAU:
appeara hereon on or before the CURTIM R. BARNES, Pressure Plastic Top. Consists of 6 Drawer Double
fib,day of February 1964. the net- i Clerk at tile. Circuit Court '
art of ,Ida prooeedlnc. beings putt By Bertie .Clerk Formica LivingroomOCCASIONAL Dresser. 4 Drawer Chest, of Drawers Full slze. Panel
to forecloae' lb. lien of a inornate Deputy
on the following described property ANDERSON, Kt'H.. F PILLOWS :
situate la Brevard County, Florida DEAN A. I.OWNUKrtAttorney : TABLES E Dresser.
to wit: for rialntlff3J3
Lot 26. Block D, Weitwood VII. : Eaet Central lloulevard Nationally Adver
lai Bubdlvlilon I I : lint Additionaccording Jan Orlando IT ,(.I'rl.Florida) 11X4. Full Size !feed At 229.00
to map or plat thereof
Values Up To 69.9 8 8
recorded la Plat
Book 14. Page :>4>TI<'K OV ilK \111"111 OX

64 County DOME, Public: ,AND Florida Record ORDERED, of lirevard at Tltuavllle TO Notice WHOM III Ie I I.KIIrl IT hereby MAY: CONCERN given LINE. : that: a Reg. Value 255 YOUR 11 11 Complete 8

Urtvard. County, State of publlo bearing will be held In the Each' Suite
JWliS.Florida thl 80 day of December, County rommlielonere Room CourtHouse 5.95 CHOICE
TItuiivllle. Florida, at 10:30O'Clock. :
Court Real) A,M", February 20. 11X14, U
CURTIS R. BARNES hear objection, If any, to the eiUb
Clerk of the Circuit Court llnhment of a Bulkhead Line a.
n'"le Hall DC. hown and described below: UNPAINTEDCHEST
January 13 11t14!
Am.rlceq National Bank Dldg DESCRIPTION OF HKOPOSBDBULKHKAR 7.95. 11 ,
P. O Be* lions Absolute 3 3
"'sit Pet.. *bur, .
35 Florida' TOWNSHIP! 22 SOUTH HANOE 35
Attorney for Plaintiff EAST: IIHKVAHI1 COUNTY, FUOK. Sq. 3 Solid
Jan,:: I, 10. 11. :4 IFrl( l ) 1904. IDA AS TAKEN: FIIOM LIVEN' CARPETING R E UCEDaITO: ;
;"TH ( : PREPARED: !BV: 1IA8IL KOLKH Sq. Yd. Hardwood
.::011"11 oIllHf'I\I. fllUl1T 1\: NO. 116U. DATED JULY 30. IMj.!
1rn FOR RHt.\\1I1I IUIJIIT' From a point on the North line of
I 'FLORID Lot a. Second, Addition to Indian
I, IR CHrrn M, tmu, River City Plat Hook 2. Page 7J.
PETITION or HERTHA f>Blln which line I. 8J5: South of the North
KOlur, FOR TIn ADOPTION OF lln? of Section M. Town.hlp 2lBoulh. :
LAURA LF.JoJ DKNEEN!: a minor, Range 85 Kail: and the Kail-!:
I TOt IICLVI1'I/ DI'NI'EN' erly Might of Way of New I' .s. REMEMBER. Our Staff Of Salesmen From
-.L..t Known Residence) Highway No.1. continue East on .
''lapel Avenue North Line of ald.. Lot :2, to a pointwhcM WE REFUSE ALL
Detroit: : Mkhlg.n perpendicular dlalanre from
r "NtiTKKur" 1-i.iiriox the centerllne of aid IT r
ion a. Highway
,(ltnl'T1o\ NJ. 1 I Is '91' or 733' from centerlln The Other Stores Will Be On Hand Sunday PRICES CASH
YOU ARE: HtKEBY!: NOTIFIED of Old V. Highway No. 1.: thence V TO TRANSFER ,
that-. Polities. hee been filed In Southeasterly, on a line. parallel: to _
lee above
'l'00UrbyBTM at a perpendicular dletance I of
PIU"IIKORN for the "opllon 01 ::9'1f In. centerllne of pall: New
LAMIA LEE DEN :F.N, a minor. IT S. Highway No. 1 to a point on THIS STOCK TO Aflernoon To Take Care Of You! NO TRADE-INS
by :be Petitioner, BERTHA PKIfcSKirve !: the" South line of Lot 21, Second'
ROas, and you are requlr.d to Addition to Indian River I City
a copy of your An.w.r or thence West along .ald aloulb line 01 NO REFUNDS
Okjecllona to show cauee why mid Lot 21 to the Eniterly!: right of way
Petltloa ahould not be granted., on said U. .. Highway No 1, All OTHER OPEN NEXT WEEK 9 'TIL 9
I, the .auo..., for Petitioner K:, J. In .cUon 28. T.wn.hlp 22 South, AND NOEXCHANGES
f GiEJIACH. 810 Eel Colonial. Drive. Hang 8* Eaat Brevard County)
8UIM "0"'. Orlando, Florida and file Florida. '
the original In the office of the FORt, H. C. Kirk Florida Won STORES! !
Clerk at Circuit Court on or before 'I.nd. Indian. Illver City, Florida
February IS. l *4.HEKEIN AIL Interested perion* may appear''
I Pro Confeuo FAIL will, NOT be entered or a Decree agaln- an named I be above heard, at the time and place Be Sure To Come. See. Save!

's act 'cu.WrTNtae. By Order of the Board of County .
my hand and the seal CommlMlonar, Hrevtrd County.
01 paid Court In Tltuevllle. Ureverd Florida. November 21 1963.
County, Florida, thus It day of Jtnuary JOB: H. WICKHAM
f A D.. 1664. CHAIRMAN

\,." (COURT.-..Covrt.A.Curtla Clerk SEAL R..)Eaters.'( the. laid Circuit COMM1SHIONKRABRBVARD BOARD FLORIDA.SFJAL OF. COUNTY COUNTY, I b. o. p. fURNITURE 21 1 East Main St., Titusville AM 7-1345

By: Bertt HaUDeputy ( : ) .
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I "t Friday, January 17, It" TltvwIIU (FkrUO) Star A

9 I Ramblin' With Ronnie jJ I' I Ia

1 Br Ronnie Hugh.. I t1i

shark"Yes, children now have it lucky," commented "the aI.

"I can recall when I began playing pool, the parlorswere I. s a i a
located in some low-down place where a wife wouldn't
think of permitting her husband to go.

"Of course, this has all changed. The old pool halls
are hard to find, and thanks for progress," Willie Mosconi Famed Women Lagers BRAKE ADJUSTMENTThis
said as he sipped at a cup of coffee.

Mosconi has become a legendary figure when one M $

speaks of playing a game that calls for skill. In general, 119ONLY
billiards, in particular and more common English, pool. To He Week
Referring to "english", he can put a side, backward, Play re MondayHazel
lop-sided, jump, leap-frog action on a cue-ball ball witha I
slight twist of the wrist and arm, and make it work with Car
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great perfection. If. ,
Walker'i talented Arkansas do all Adjust brales and add fluid,
Willie Mosconi was in Titusville for only seven hours. Travelers, will have ai I this work ) If needed Clean and repack
During that time, his miraculous skills with a cuestickwere their competitors next week, .r r front wheel bearings.We .
witnessed by at least 500 people. Technically, count probably the least accurate, un-
ing the number of heads, feet, hands, fingers, and elbows, agressive, lack of confid nce- II
multiplying by two for each person, double it once more, atyle-and-grace team ever compiled I
and the amount would have been nearly accurate. in Titusville.
Slated to play the famed Arkansas BRAND NEW Famous tar Quality
Numbers are not important.Not Travelers Monday after. 1v

even to Willie, as he breaks a rack with a cue-stick, noon at Titusville !Iih Schoolat 1 1I 'VireSfotie
runs at least 35 balls, decides to rest, lets his partner takea 2 p.m. and in another contestat
round, hits it once more, crams nearly 40 more in the 8 p.m., are members from the I NYLON $1 O. 1,70.15TIRES
pockets and within 20 minutes, a game totaling 150 points is TIIS faculties and Parkway Junior High r I iinmi Blackwall Tube.lyp. .

complete. Pius/ Us and trade-In firs off your cir A
Mosconi, who seldom smiles while working, walked Already, preparations for this WHITEWALLS 12 MORE
calmly into Indian River Lanes the latest of many Sep- game are underway and accord. -, '
per Corp. constructed facilities placed his machine gun ing to coach, manager, player, on 5OI4 Tubeless Blackwalls M2

looking case filled with sticks in a corner, chatted a few doctor, head cheerleader, puff. LOW PRICES ON ALL OTHER SIZESrm
minutes with Jack Moir, received a warm welcome from ing John Gaines, only about half
the audience and then went to work. the team can walk because of

Without breathing a word to the many children who sore Puffing muscles.Gaines' I
were standing around the table, Mosconi opened the case, prearranged es-
"Flabby Five" will Include science
took out a stick broke the rack and gave his opponent first I
math, English, and athletic .'.
instructors, some of whom have I
not been on the courts In several S PAN T! BumpertobumperSHOCK
N : OATI TI al.I
a ItApq
years. Just the same, they've vol. '
unteered for what should prove, TIM .AliOISKS FIONTINOCOOUN9 CARSS5a
an afternoon of burned knees, e 1TITIM .
sore muscles, and mass confusion. The Arkansas Travelers e
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;te "Playing on the team will be"Fearless"
Wo thoroughly Inspect your car...NO CHARCE.r .
Frank Tomdale,
(Noted Pool
"Little" Larry !Monhollon, Tony ArfistN
"The Tiger" Griffith Morrell,
oA"t. "The Mauler" Bailey, "Speedy"Don I
r Godwin, Roland 'Rebound

ing" Heath, 'Jumplnz" Johnny Thrills Local Fans I
Forbes, "Terrible" Art Tolls,
"Floussy" Frank Waitland,"

Puffing Gaines said Nearly 500 "skill.stricken" and sccutlve shots before turningthe the side of two more, and then I

Gaines also stated practice amazed fans climbed the walls action over to Hammond. making a ball In the lido pocket. a 520I
sessions and hung on to their friends The youngster, missed, and Mos He explained each ona of his
are producing some
vast Thursday afternoon and evening con) ran 42 before stopping. shots carefully and used a volunteer YOUR
physical changes in the ath
letes. at Indian River Lanes, to watch Hammond then ran about seven from the audience during CHOICE 118 V
Willie! Mosconl Bill Hammond Miss Walker's Arkansas Travelers Willie Mosconi, world's pocket shots and Mosconi clearedthe each performance to show the
billiard champion, display! hit table and reached the 125 simplicity of some shots which Indu.trl.lly Ii.t I by tl/l./
who travel all over the
try Mosconi's prey was a 20 year old, former Ohio State United States have been called abilities against two local com mark within five complete racks appeared difficult.
student who had petitors. Hatchet, who Is one of the fin
University recently moved into the area the nation's finest professional Another trick that baffled the .
and.."just for ejcRererqe; PQct the ?tivije : ".decided.to.:hoot; women's basketball team, .Composed Bill Hammond, a former Ohio er pool players Inthis area- ., kept audience was his machine un
with Mosconi l for a while s etti
the world's greatest. State University student and Bob
of some of the better ton- shot Here, he placed all the
inene athletes, mostly from Hatchet, a Titusville resident midway through the evening balls In. a line near
Although Bill Hammond received only about 5 differ a corner
match, but missed several I key .
considered of the finest
one pool
throughout the South the Arkansas pocket hit each with the
ent rounds of shots, he probably learned more about billiards shots( allowing the professionalto cue
Travelers, have playeda shots In this area, had no reasonto ball, running, It down the rail,
in 60 minutes than in his four or five years of experience run is high as 35-41 balls Ina
feel ashamed, when tbeWorld'
combined. "To me, this was an honor, playing Willie total of 220 games In the past row. and making the final ball In the
Mosconi. lie's a wonderful player. That's all, he's just season and have an amazing greatest billiard player end pocket Also I popular washis !!
tremendous," Hammond said. record of 201 wins and 19 loss ran from 1543 balls at one time Probably) the most Interestingand "drunkard going home IIhot"where

One fellow, who was standing to the side and watchingthe es. In the past season, the Girls making it appear simple exciting for the spectators he lined! up 10 balls, adjacent I Features
toured 45 states. was Moiconi's bag! of trick shots to each other, parallel to zero Decorative
operation, said Mosconi appears to be slowing. The on- Mosconi\ who has been playing I
looker, who claimed he had played Mosconi about 10 years Included on the team Is Frances pool for at least 45 years, and a which were unveiled following a side pocket, split the balls, Wrought
"Goose" Garouttee, of Van each exhibition.The which he called the lamp posts, S Iron
ago said the professional could then shoot 50 straight shots member of the Brunswick advisory N
Buren, Ark., who serves as trick that gained the moat and forced the drunkard homeIn
without batting an eye. staff, gave two performances MountingBracht
We noticed Mosconi bat his eyes once, while running coach manager and captain o: at River Lanes, one at 3 excitement and applause was nil!! the side pocket without touch o via
the team. A 13: veteran. of the balls.
nearly 40. He's still fast as far as we are concerned. year p.m. and another at 8 p.m. final act. Here he placed a ball any
"Goose" averages) 35-40 points in five pockets, hit each with Before coming to Tltunvllle,
After the three o'clock performance at the Lanes, we Hammond WIIollconl's!\ op.
were guest of Moir and the pepper Corp. for dinner at per game against the best of ponent for the afternoon exhib- the cue ball, making them all; Mrwconl was!! in Lakeland and
Colonial Lounge. male opponents. tlon but received only a few running the white ball to !the opposite will be giving exhibitions In Buffalo

Here, Mosconi was a completely different fellow. Whileon shots. He later exclaimed "It end of the table and then New York during the week Handsome[ precision
the tables, he was all Mosconi was supposed to be. A was well worth it. Even: if 1 did .up. the tide of two sticks; down end.
Terriers MeelMelbourne
little man with a big stick. But, later, he was an ordinary shoot only a few times, I learned instrument. Full 99c'engineered
person, laughing and discussing things that happened in a lot about the came", Hammond Sam JanoverINSURANCE 360' swivel. i

his younger days. Here said.Starting Y Temperature range
'Could you classify yourself as a hustler," we asked off the afternoon eon- 1i from40 to 120.

him.. test, Mosconl broke the rack, Mounts easily on ; I .
Immediately, he fired back, "Now, young man, just Titusville High School,Terrjers end scratched after a couple of k ANY'.TIMB I any window aiU i %:. Limit(t'2 P.r.Customs. r
what do, you classify as a hustler? will play the Brevard County shots. Hammond who said he 0 ANYONE
After stuttering for several seconds trying to find an football champions in basketballhere had a bad case of the "Jitters", ANY PLAC I 'I 8-Transistor Portable Radio
answer, we referred him to the movie, "The Hustler", which tonight and travel to Or. sank one ball ani then mined ANYTHING
starred, Jackie Gleason, Paul Newman and the hands at un- lando Saturday evening.. on his second try.
expected and unknown times of Willie Mosconi.We Coach Art Tola' Terriers will Mosconi then cleared 20 con- 210 So. Washington Ave. $1 688 i;
said, "A hustler could be one that plays for money, meet Melbourne In the THS gymnasium k TUusvIlle ,
) Sort of like gambling. What is at 8 p.m. tonight and then Phone 267-7319
against an opponent your The junior high now has a new BATTERIES
"I'm At Near At Your Phone" INCLUDES iii.
definition?" Journey to Oak Rtfge of Orlandofor gymnasium: under construction :
.He leaned,l back in his chair, took another sip of his second meeting Saturday eve which should be completed within 4CW
coffee, took a deep breath and said, "Since I was 18 years ning. the next month, according to athletic I Superb tone from big ;
old, I have been working for Brunswick Corp. I never had This will the Titusville'i first director Ken Gaslm 3%' speaker
to work as a hustler. game with Melbourne ano tneir The school will play teams from I Smart ebony case with blue and fold trim '
"I've been called everything in the book, chicken, yellow second meeting with Oak Ridge.In Clearlake, Satellite, Eau Gallie, I Convenient pull-up handleI
the Terriers
and etc., but I Just walked away and It doesn't take a the first tilt, I after Edgewood, and Southwest Junior I. Magnetic earphone for private listening
for victory
hunting a I1
man to do this," he pointed out. "I've been a professionalnow were High School. All their opponentsare
before to I
losing the night ( a
since" around 1931 and I still don't classify myself 'as strong Seabreeze five of Daytona In Rrevard County

a hustler. Beach and walloped Oak Ridge
Referring Mosconi back to the movie, "The Hustler," 63-27. WATCH FOR OUR :
oneperson in our party remarked, "Jackie Gleason is a Scheduled prior to the vanity
pretty good player isn't he? game la Coach Tony Griffith'. SUN CAR ;
Mosconi said. "Is he?" and that was all. Junior Varsity iquad, playing / DOGRACING FREE ,
"Jackie's a nice fellow, I have known him for .a long. against Melbourne tonight and .r/ CLINIC! '
time", Mosconi added. Oak Ridge JV'i Saturday eve sCorner '
If you have the chance of witnessing the movie, pay ning. Game time for the JV's is
close attention and see if you can tell the difference in the 9.30: p.m.Parkway. LET 100 HOPKINS ,
hands. In several of the more difficult shots, Mosconi ii NIGHTLY I L 8 8:10: 1 EXCEPT D rn mrnID) Oranae I
behind the stick. "Yes, I taught Paul Newman how to play Teams Open CHAMBERSDO SUNDAY LJ 2674150TITBimtE'I :
billiards Mosconi! said. "It was a pleasure to work with LADIES'THURSDAY
I I .A4. .
him." Cage Season TonightParkway IT. ? MATINEES I NIGHTI i I Appliance. !
Although Mosconi would not admit it, he played manyof WED. AND SAT. Y.. Sporting Goode
Junior High will kick Lawn .
& Garden :
Tw. Experienced trained) watch I I
the shots for both Gleason and Newman. And several off the 1964 basketball Mason this repair specialist at y.ur *er. I 2 P. M. Sorrvl N* Minor.) BDTITABDII8 Ilo.le..RadJo.TV .
of these unbelievable bullseye shots, he made during exhibition weekend with junior high games vice. CAA >IIRYICE CENTER cuAeeeseolree :
had children and adults in the audience rollingin against Clearlake of Cocoa) and All Wttche. Electronically I
the floor with amazement. Satellite Beach. Timed, Adjusted| ,l. LUXURIOUS CLUBHOUSE a Iga
Where does Mosconl call home? Tonight all three teams" sev CLASS ENCLOSED 1 T
Chicago when he's there. enth, eight, and ninth, will go to ChambersJewelers HEATED GRANDSTAND
Before coming to.Titusville, he was in Lakeland. Immediately Cocoa to play Gear lake at 8 p.m. I
following:the 8 p.m. exhibition match with Bob and then return home Saturday VALET PARKING OIpACNAMIACCOV"1'
Hatchet, one of the finer pool shots in this area, Mosconi evening it Titusville high School LOW PRICES EASY TERMS
headed for Tampa. Today, he boarded a jet for Buffalo. gymnasium for games with Satel "JeweUrs .* the .Her Kind". "Where the Top Dog Bun KENNEL CLUB .
From there anywhere is the limit. lite. Cenvenlent TermsPlrtle TOP QUALITY :
His salary is estimated at nearly $150 a day plus ex Parkways schedule reveals Plata Tltuivlll Rain or SWae"

penses and the pro works 321 days of each year. five games away from home, U7-7I93 Hwy. 17-tt i.t. Sanf.rdOrlandoi.
"My home is the highway Mosconi concluded. and also five on the home court i



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P... I TItutvlll (Plerldi I ) Star Advoe.f. FrUay, January 17, W LakinToSpeakAt

--- -" Citizens BankStockholders -- Brevard National IX THE ClftCUT COIBT Ot r..
Scottsmoor Church MM1II' JlKHUl elHCUT 0VHIHIIIt.
INU lOll .lit,.
'.IHIl (''I'lIIT'
J feie In S Bank Holds Dr. n. R Lakin of Titusville, < II %:M I.M' \ >. tllntvoiict
nationally !known evangelist, will ; or nr IOU UMUKCBUtKLIN
UEtCfc; ; :,
conduct a series of meetings at Plaintiff.

Annual Meeting Annual MeetingThe the first Baptist Church of ,MILDRED"a. L.. HKECL
Scottsmoor starting Monday ee Defendant.
fling, according to Rev. Sterling Don d.7. Tern Hut. lad-
The Citizens Bank of Titu,.
shareholders of Brevard Mills, the pastor.Meetings lana
vine, In its annual You an hereby notified that a
report to
will be held at 7:30:
National Bank Indian River Complaint fur Divorce b.. been
stockholders convened Tuesday, each evening Monday through flliU agalnut you and you arc required .

January 14, listed the year 1963as City held their annual meetingat Sunday and also at 11 a.m. Sunday or 10 Pleading nerve a copy to the ol Complaint your I Anwer -

one of unusual progress with the IRC Civic Center on January on the plaintiff a attorney A /.
HdSfcllANN" JR. P. O. BOX 7.8:: ,
new records established In earnIngs H 15,1964.Thomas The First Baptist at Scottsmoor MbRKiTT: IbLA.NL.. FLORIDA and
: !bans and total deposits. Is ono) cf North Drevard's fastest Ma the orlglual Answer or i'leadlna
r : L. Henderson In the (.fine of Ibe Clerk of thee.n.uu
These were reflected In a yearend growing churches Recently completed Court on or before tb. tins'
idtnt gave: a report on the act .
day: of Icbruary. 1WI If you fall
condensed statement of was an air conditioned educational -
con- Ivities of the year. This report, U ilu at'. Juiliment by default will
d;lion! comparing the year with building containing as be taken, agaliml' you for the reuse
covering the organizational period dunanoVd the
in Complaint
that of 1962 was ratified and highly commended sembly rooms, classrooms and a DUNE AND OKDtKtD at Tltuevllle I
L'AT nursery. )FIo19da till Bin day of January
E'ected' to membership on tlla by the stockholders. 1964, I
There 200 children
are now in- COLKr( MEAL)
Board of Directors for the year Elected to the Board of Direct rolled in Sunday School and 120 CLRHd R IIAHNES! Clerk
at this meeting was R. W John- HOME Pvt. Circuit Court, Brevard County,
Army ors at this time were: Thomas L members in the church: 'lul'lda.I

sen. Stephen M. Shumaker station- Henderson, N. E. Jones, t', W Lty Ucrlle Deputy Mall Clerk

George,;: A. Morgan: president. at Fort Bliss, near El Paso, Clark A J. Kahn, Franklin M ADDING MACHINE ROLLS onlj /./ A. J. MoHenmiin Jr.
In assuring the stockholders that Texas visited his parents, Mr. Hill E. L Rhinohart A t.iituy for Ilalntlft
Don liar. 2S c eavu: at Uitf Mar.AUvoearr Jan in. 17, 1.: Jl: (Url.) 1IMMMMKr .
the efforts and objectives !In 1964 and Mrs R Worth Shumaker, din, J. W Hickman J. J. Parrish

will be vigorous: and productive, 230 Tuscarora Road Indian Jr.. Fred Bell Lyle E. Diff Office.

submitted the following pledgo River City, during the Christ George M. -- -.- ; in til THICKHI
Barley Jr. Don
MN Mint r. to .\I'I.t.\lt I -..II.>.KtIII
to: : mas holidays, Steve enteredthe Clawson Benjamin Mink and R TO: MARCIA I McClLlll. UMNTIU! !) t ilK\1

Customers the responsibility Army in October and received F. Stoncrock Moo" Nuwpurt Avenue, .
Vemgal. Marylin I IYOI. Healed liliU will b received, by
of providing safety liquidity his basic training at .' Altb!: HI:IttUY NOTIHED tin City of Tltuavllle. Florida. fur
The directors, it a subsequent II,nl( a suit, ha* been tiled agalnmyiu the punhate of one tab and cha..li
courteous and constantly.lm.proving Fort Jackson, S. C. Upon la the Circuit ourt fur Ibe ubllo Works Department at
serviceStockholders : meeting elected the following cffleers Mat i ,i Ju THEY CALL THIS BASKETBALL? tact. All the players except the referee,. completing basic, he was as : J. J. parnsh, Jr., chairman lirvvarl County. )lurid i. entitled,I I illili will:; be recelveil In the) office ol

Yes, they do call this basketball, despite Truman Scarborough, Principal], are holding ] a profitable return signed to the Army Air Defense of Board; Thomas L. Hen( Ilalnllff RICHARD, : VI OI'STAV MAUL I A HMXT/K McCLLKB: Mile the .City llurlla\ Manager. until City II:00 Hall A.M.Tllun.t-OT: :

the pigskin appearance. Most of the men basketballs, which designate the number on Investments; a constant Training Center as a clerson, president; Earl Jones Ilk.lVT/E: Defendant, In Chancery Tuesday, February 4. 14
:No 2'lt'lI. The nature of thl. mil Ulcli will then be publicly opened
pictured above are football coaches (with of points they plan on scoring during endeavor to Increase the earningpotential Missile crewman Steve vice president; Fred Bell vice li to obtain. a divorce and other and read. In the Council room In

the exception of two) and after receiving the game. Members of the "Flabby Five"are -coupled with an alert is a graduate of Titusville High president; George M\ Barley. Jr., rellpf.YOU ARE LIEREDY REQl"lREDto Interested II.. presence persons of the. City All official bids .will and be

notice they volunteered to play the Arkansas from left to right, Morrell Bailey, cost.consciousness School and attended Brevard assistant cashier. A vice president file your written the Clerk of laid\ Court and I nerve. a Council fur of
Junior College. award bid at a later
Travelers] professional women's basketball Larry Monhollon, Tony Griffith, (second Employees recognition of cashier will be named at a copy thereof upon rialmlfC attorney Council! meeting All blda will be

team. For some reason, the group row) Frank Tomdale] Scarborough and performance, incentives, con later date on or before' February will 10 I>. submitted In lealed envelope ad.dressed .
Decree 1 Confeano
1J64 or a ro to the City Manager, City
began polishing up on football tactics, John Gaines (S-A Photo). stant opportunity and security. Women Golfers Plans being formulated be entered again you. Hull TIlunvillB. and plainly. marked .
arc VtrrsbflS: my band and official .. "SbALhD: : DID XU :iiUUO UVW
evidently lots of Community continuing
figuring on rough con- a Elect Mrs. KellerThe subject to approval of the Comptroller Heal a* Clerk of the Circuit Court tAU AND CHASSIS! to be opened
contribution to the general pub. In and for Hrevnrcl County Florida Tuesday. February 4, 1MI at 11:00:
- to the bank In "
open temp. thus nth day of Jasuery 1/IH.: A M. L3T
Hospital Names lie welfare. members of the Woman's crary} quarters in River Plaza (COURT 8KAL) "beet' lflraliens fir Truck than.li
Won't Run King (urtle It Darnel Fur
Golf Association of Whispering Center pending construction of Clerk of the Circuit Court In 111 ( uhlv Turd I.r.4.h I'.ai.her llwly
Hills Country Club held a special the permanent building. and I For Itrevaril County.; (Leas trade-In allowance of on 1U.4:
Horlila. Ford HKiO Ca band Chaimli. Said
10 On
% Penalty
Heads Of Depls.Dr election meeting Wednesday By: beetle Halt, trade-In can be seen at City Clar-
George King; Jr., county commissioner had to be done. At this time onlya morning. Mrs. James Keller Construction is expected to get Deputy Clerk age)
from Merritt Island, part of the job Is completed. To was underway soon on the new build SAM E. MLRRhLL BON Conventional (Cab Forward or
III the elected president of the Club for I'. C). Hot I74H Tilt-Cab Cab and cbaiwl :W4Moilel
Alston Brown new
who has been rumored leave this office set .
as a possible now would Unpaid LicensesAll ing which should be ready for occupancy Orlando Florida CA Mln III::"
Chief of Staff at Jess Parrish candidate for the State my district back, something 1 the coming year replacing Mrs sometime this Attorney for flulnllff Cab to b* protected with aa enamel
summer. Jan. 10, n :f.:11: (Frl) 191)3.) ,
flnlnh Color White
Memorial Hospital has been also Mary Matheney, who was unable I
Legislature, said this week he cannot let happen. I made a -- --- The Minimum OVW to be not
named! head! of the pediatrics department was "definitely not a candidate." promise to myself and the cit unpaid city occupational to serveCommittee le.. than J&IKIU Front axle TUUV
and I rear axle 18.OX) ).
In a statement Issued: this Lens of Brevard County In 19G2 lircrnei! which were due and chairmen! were appointed Hravy Duty Springs "Front

Other newly! named department week King said: and I intend to keep that promise payable on October 1st, are now as follows: Mrs. Leon. Auxiliary l.at fun.Uhed. and. VUln for thla hear model- Heav

heads areSurgery: "During the past few weeks I to (lie best of my ability delinquent. ard Pitzrick, tournament, Mrs AND ELECTRONICS SERVICE Full Air iirak. (W*.tln.bouM oregd.p
Dr. C. M. Aker; Central have received considerable:: encouragement ,
Mrs Margaret Cooper city M. Williams Mrs ..ow Air Preiaure Buner
Practice Dr Ben C. Storey "It Is my desire and hope fiat: handicap;
; throughout tno Hand Drake Control Valve
this week that
Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. County to give consideration to these people who have encouraged clerk announced Larry Dehmlow membership, o W o PROMPT SERVICE Standard Air Compreaiorb.
those which remain unpaid became Mrs R. Houchens social Mrs : HBO Cub, loch Minimum
Samuel J. Barr; Urology, Dr. running for an office In the State me to run for another of. ; t I. dliilacementS
Raul M Lore-do; Medicine, Dr Legislature:: fire will continue to have this delinquent January 1st. Roger Dooley publicity; Mrs ON T.V. TROUBLES -peed direct trananilailon

Ruano E. Tapia; Pathology, Dr. "The very (act that the people faith in my ability throughout the A ten per cent penalty is being A. Wortham, rules; Mrs. Chas. I T.Power..... lu Hteerlntr!!:WJK.O:/ 13 Fly on TI Itlmi

remaining tenure of office added to all unpaid license Crawford phone; Mrs June You fist action service ; Front ana Dual Rears
Eva SaboNky; Radiology, Dr have this confidence In me is my can count on on your Stare) Tire and Rim
Johnson.Hospital. "I therefore must make It clear fees! she said George Marshall Ryan yearbook; Mrs J, Van / Vhnele l
John most gratifying. This is the type .till to ut. Low rates, satisfaction guaranteed. Coil Spoke (aieel)
of the Titusville Police Depart. Horn and and 6u Amp Alleruator. 70 Amp
of confidence that any elected official that I am not a candidate nor am ways means; hour Uatiery

List ,nieds if he Is to serve the I entertaining the thought of becoming ment will begin calling on all Miss\ Fuss Bell trophy Cub Darker. Lamp

public well."When a candidate for any office delinquent business and professional The next meeting of the club T. V. SERVICE CENTER Air Dual Horn.l Meat Coast Rear View Mirror .

I was elected: to the during the next three years of firms next Monday, witha will be February 8th at 12 noon *
Admissions and dismissals at HIS GARDEN STREET AM 7-3883 Turn Signal" Front
Brevard County Commission in ,my term as a I Brevard County view of enforcing collection, when a Valentine Flag Tournament Lmeigency vlalblllty I iwltchLolrom I
Jess FarrUh Memorial Hospital 13C2: of campaign efforts Commissioner." he said. is to be played. ( VUlng, Dilver: Heat

i tot January 14 and li were as part my ____ -0- ________ __ Air 1 Flow Fleatrr.nd Defroster
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were directed to the fact that 1 o Speed L'lectrm wlpere
follow 51 I.'e lteitltoreement.P0..onger .
wanted to undertake the mponsibility
January 14 of doing the )Job I knew Phone #AM 7-1511 Store Hours: 10 am to 9 pm Titusville Shopping Center I \\lnu.eld Seat washer
Admitted: Jewel Sharpe, it la" Heavy Duty Clutch;
Afirns Ruth Lois Stool Tow Hook
Hansen Cocoa
; ;
*1 oallon. Fuel Tank Lift Ua.4
Shore. Rt J, Box 55, Barbara Defendant Didn't I Mount
011 Filter
Sui.rfers/ I.R.C, and Marjlo Vas. full Oil Oath Air Cleaner

set. IRC Complete pocKlcMiion of truck
chain. aa bid rnuit be .Ua Discharged: :. Wilson Brisbon P. Help Own\ CaseWhen DURING BABY SALE bid
fto' Elate or Federal Tatel shall
O. :Hex 6-47; W.lene; Fordham, In e be Included In bid price
Delivery Point Tltuavlll, Her-
3147 Krby Drive; Timmy n a person' goes to court OUR Ida.

rcun 277.2 Country Lane; Mag he usually put on his beat be Delivery Dal to b* ..bowl1.T .
h. City reiierve the rlgat to aa.I
file Jones 932 DcLeon Ave.; ha\lur and tries to convincethe I, cello or reject any and all bid and

Nancy L, Caruthers, 121 Mim- judge that lie Is an angel a tine'no for reaerve new. bid thai. right to r*.adver

usa Dr.; Virgil Odom 219 Bar. and wouldn't break the law in Cleveland; B. Talmadg

ha A\c; Charles J. Williams any case. Last night, at the Jan 17 City I;)rl.)Manager lw>4.

Box 1432 Lincoln Park; Elizabeth regular session of city court, it

.. Mann 1CS Gregory Ave.; seemed as though everythingwent
\W t OIHfc' :: 10. .VtL THICK;
Mjccnia James, Minis: ; and backwards for a man appealing I Ned t lib'.\LtKum "

Juanita Mulkey, Mims. before Judge K B Morton 1 tomi

January 15 This Is what happened. a.lu.s Scaled bid will be received by tbCl
STROllER ol 'liiuavlile. Florida, for tbe
Admitted Ofit y
: Joseph
Judge Morton culled for a
SLEEPER punhaM of one cab and cuaaaia fur
502 nubbins Ave.; Mary Ann certain case to be brought before j WALKfR the fuolliiv ork Department, a*

S'' ILI.tllt. 3300( Old Dixie Highway him and the man charged l lI uiui,per' btu will, epeelbCadons De r.celv.u In ael the out offic below/of

Harriet Johnson, 2003 Old walked to the judge's stand Ash JI ----------- toe ci.y manager. City Hall Tilu-
vll'' Florida until 11:no am. t.Si:: ,
Dixie: Highway, Eddie Lee Oliver stood before Morton a strong luuiuay, February. 4, 14i .
615 Robbing Ave: Velma
\ ; smell of alcohol evident .
was k4) romistYt '
aha .n tread so toe Council Room In the
Johnson.( Oviedo; Carrie Smith\, and the judge asked the man if L J t pr..e,,<* of tne cuy, oftlclnl. and Inlere -
-- i ,. i --,;$ AJMatE SEAT ..eu peiton. All bide will bituuwd .
2812 West
Tropic St; Johnny he was drinking. The man began i O,,note. and praieuted to the City
It. Inrkrson, 150 Nicholson St,| muttering! and said thut ho 1 yet f J.CJ..,; ,......OG.,. t..uuud 5o.. aatu. of bid at a later.
+ \ I PETERSON r J j ..." :? .. ..de/v... Council eting. All bid* will be
Itubciu Kama IRC; and Bishop hall stopped for one on the way I aof.eafa Ubiiuueu' lit. icalou, envelop aduieMeu -
Calhoun Home DeLrcn I i. to the city Manager. City
to court This did not make Han. TUunvlile, and plainly' mark-
Ave the judge: think he was an angel! FOLDA HI-CHAIR tell eu, HtAl.kU; HID FOtt saute( UVW
Cab and Choosy; to b* opened lue-
Discharged: George Nebingcr, and in fad, he must have sort 1, DELUXE SLEEPER r lur 01"1' e. A sec, at 11:K) a.m.,
Ouk JIIII. Thomas Stringer of made : ifr::: :'
him mad he Immcdi
as Ij .1..W.aUon. foe, "rurk ( lialatktr,. .. .
Jacksonville ; Edna E. Skiver, ately ordered( the police to take ( to t .uum .uct Lurhrr lludyTilt .

2359 Titus Ave, Jewell M Cotton hlii to Joil. Lulu the judge Ill ,,( WALKER STROLLER Conventional.Cam Cab and(C"b-i'or.ard Ckaaii 11IIi. Model or

SiotUmoor, Thomas F. was asked if the man could<1 get: | CA mln. 1.4 MaxM'
cab to b* protected with an cnamn -
Johnson 3 Azalea St.; Kimberly out of jail on bond and Motion (sevens \ 12.75 flnlah Culor; -Whlle
Gail Lockrtdjje 303(): The Minimum CVW to be not
Key Bisinyne icfused. I Oukklf II ID.95:) Value lees. than uJixxr: Front axle llvuo

: ; Arthur Newton, 312 Canaveral By the way the man appear ., y.UtM fhlk UriiryAoir anil rear axle ::::.000.
St; Patricia Anne Bell The easiest rolling reclmer-stroller Heavy Duty Springs Front.Auxiltaiy .
Ing in court while drinking was and Main, Hear Heaviest
3112 Hallum Ave; Idella West there for driving while under you can buy with four position scat, tarnlnhed, our thla model I
tU) Designed for today's living Peterson's CRIB AND MATTRESS Full, Air' Drakes (Wwtlnguoum at
Dumniltt Ave., and Gloria the Influence of alcoholIc bev I and safety luck on wheels equal. >
Manning 639 Hibiscus St. folcla-hi-thair Instantly converts into a ....w Air Pre..llre fusser
cragtftWE youth chair or utility chair. Attractive COMBINATION hand Hr.ke Control Salve
1J Cubic Fool Air Cum"r..or11nSIDe
vinyl print scats and removable tray that DIAPER 4iN' Cubic; Inch Minimum

: is so easy to clean. 17.93 Value. Quality mattress with attractive design' on waterproof dint t speed"Uccmont.direct lranmlaalon

12.75 covering. Sturdy crib with double drop side in wax BAGS Power Steering
Tire 10:ufckju 12 ply on 7.t rim
birch or white enamel Teething rails and other desired Front .".1 Dual Rear. -

__ BABY "B"DIAPERS features Regularly] for f Cat spare. apoa Tire and(Sn-el Him" wheel

Regularly OO7 7./J 299Popular 2 5.00 lour 611) Amp Battery Alternator. 70 Amp

4UJO' (ab Marker Lamp

style] diaper bags from a Air Dual Horn Weal Coast Rear Mew Mir-

I Keg CRIB SHEETS famous manufacturer. Has fiberglas con'>'urn Clgnala Front
insulation] and is so roomy to carry Emergency vlalbilliy awllcblluttrom

HAVE IT! 2.99 doz. 2 UOZ. 5.00 Regularly 1.00 75c all baby's essentials. opeed Air How EI..l..lo Viking Heater Driver Wiper.and .Defroster Scot"

4 Now is the time to save on baby's di- Frame RelnforcemenUPmaenger
white combed cotton crib sheets. Durable DIAPER
Soft durable that lasts Soft and lustrous 8t
I t. THE ALL NEW 1964 HILLMAN MINX through many washings.gauze Can be fold. quality made to last through countless washings 14 Wlnil.hleld' Heavy Duty Wisher Clutch

IS THE ONLY CAR ed to just the right size for baby. Stock Fitted corners to make baby's bed look smooth and neat. Front\ Gallon Tow Fuel Hook Tank Left Plaid

, IN THE WORLD WITH up now while the price is so low! Save at this low price! SETS Bl64)
Oil FilterFull
BUTTERFLIES Regularly . INFANSEAT 1.99Regularly. rhaul* a* .bid must be attached to
$$2000 EQUIPPED! 299 bid
No State Federal
if Come see it now'! Never so much value for so little cost! Regularly 2.29 1.75 Regularly] ] 2.99 be Included or In bid price Taxta anal]
4.75 3.99 Delivery Point Oinkoah. Wla-
I I 599 tron.inDelivery
Holland Motor Swinging butterflies on strong nylon cord will entertain data t* be ihown
Co. The City recerve the right to
, baby carrier Infanseat. Newly] styled] set by famous maker
mbabeloua baby through many happy hours. Comes with metal accept or reject any and all bide
? Feather-weight.J! and for both boys and girls in washable] and alao reaervea the. right to re.
support clamp. advrtle for bid.
1201 HOPKINS AVE, TITUSVILLE Adjustable stand and use !n L..b. cotton. So cute and at such a ]low Cleveland B. Talmadg

267-6404 car. CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT price, youll want to get several! Jan 17 City(trri-I Manager Iwa.W ,



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.,. : !' 'If" ,, .., Child Walks Inio t

't.t .
.t Side Of AutoA Star-Ad'catc

three year old chill l ferry/: The Vole of 23.000 North Bret.rd County Resident
Anne Lane, was treated loi minor' .
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i injuries Monday at Jest I'arrish Section. B TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY 17 1964 ,... IoFuD's
Hospital after she ran between -- -- ---

two parked cars and hit tin side!
t i d f an auto driven by Vernon Llic: 1

rosb) of 140 Maynard Road. DilkIe t a aI
n.e accident occurred at 1 30 f
P In and Henry Saldano who in km r
t i it it + '
k t'i' I
\ ti.ated: the accident said that
tin child came out of the First t

National Bank and walked l he> CoYumVnl / 1.iE: 1 :
twtrn two, parked cars and then ::1
t apparently failed to see the Cros Y

t bauto as she walked Into tin _
his of the vihicle
No charges: were pitted and .,fi
treated for suatdiov
t 111' child was
\\ hit Jot: so tern cold outin the wcuthcr tval
..- ... ..,... ... and[) cuts and then rdcusid nippy i
--- & .aa ""!"""'" (
Ldss of Coon llollir tot tier day that
The child is the daughter +
Asafittity baa, drawers
NEW CHIEFJ.. C Johnston, Jr, centeris ton began his duties Drive ('nonl.lfnha\ rt said Ions _
January 1. lie stated Joyce Lane of 401 Kirby he saw a Jack Daniels, snake boots Jack 1 _
being congratulated by R. C Sharpe. thai he hoped that he could continue the squirrel
jumpin one tree 1 P.i;lIIlels I mittens: sweater riper
right, after being elected as new fire fine work that had been
I dnne b\ Sharpe to another and it froze rite In In, stockin cap, and Jack (tan-
chief of the Mims Voluntary Fire Department the past chief who had er\ed> with the Car-Truck Wreck UU (That Jack Danlils t
mid air between the two trees is a
Looking is
on : Lloyd Lashley who department for the pasteax! > (S-A couch medicine rnaile In Ten
will serve as second assistant chief Johns- Photo) an' fist hung thire I said, up
ncsscc) Ldjtnri note Its also '
Nominal Coon. Bern liar the Ili
_. .-- ..._ Damage yer a cause good for sneezin' an' chilblains K
law of gravity uouldnt let that
Say how about them TIIyMllcTirriirs
Police School < rte'1
\ I9b3 International truck. be possible "Htik', says basketball team n h r j Mv
driven by Jay E. Tucker of Coon. "the dim law of gravitywas
Delaware, and a 1962 Oldsmo- Drinei nigh set ole Kok> High
Set For froze law
City bile. driven by Samuel Rosin< Sihool down on their haunches

baun of New York, wen involved Val I I'll say one thing, a Mlerhut' an' Koky's ipos('d few be one ottlio
Police Chief \V T. Brown has
in accident Tuesday at
an \\ a bin runnin around lately best in (Klorldy. Why dontcha
announced that school US 1 at the intersection
a police 4:45 p m on f
his handled
long drawers
&go; see 'em play next! time. folks
will be held at the city hall be ot Garden Streit
on an' a emergency sip of OldIndwn That war sum party them Haw M
ginning January 19. The school The accident occurred when
Uprising handy is suretakm' nrd Johnsons had tother clay
will be for all regular and auxiliary the Rosenbaun vehicle startedto i Nrvcr knowed the Johnsons h'" I
police and will be a 30 hour pass the truck and hit the a chance on gittm1 that that many kin altho' I Iknowid '
dermd Dave ROTARY SPEAKER; Miami
gosh Major Robert }
lift side of it causing $125 damage mvtinoany ) ding High
they was a big) funily "
course. : to the truck and $ZOO to the \lytrs says he gois through a Tow bud their cuz ln L II up -((center) u.! shown with Rotary Club President Dick Simo-

The course will cover such equipment check in cold weuth there In Washington couldn't get net (loft) and program chairman Ray Wirutead following "

phases as the police officer as a carW F Mann investigated the er list like a airplane pilot aforeu'takm' down High's talk at last week's club meeting. lie is a Democratic
/ off. Afore Dave leavesfir
public servant; what an officer accident with and failing charged to have Rosenbaun his- f the bank he checks tew see no icrln, Volt candidate' for governor. (S-A Photo.)

should do when making an arrest the followm' supplies Unkle Fud
i uhlcle under control. if ln's got ____ v _..___ .____ ._ ____.____ _. u_._____. it
; accident investigation; pre.
serving evidence at scene of any
crime; and recording of all facts I

pertaining to each crime
P '
t F 'ra" '
Chief Brown laid that this

class would be held so that the SHOWS AREAS Dr T Paul Haney,, head of the rtl"tlI

men would be up to date on any county health department, displays a map, showing approved -
new laws that have gone Into effect area for oyster and other mollusk cultivation in

recently and also to refresh the county The Health Department is working throughout 'l"
them on all old laws of the city. the county to determine the areas safe from pollu- : .
tion. In his first announcement Dr r.
Haney listed
Several traffic laws went as"safe"
the areas of the south end of Indian Lagoon, most ;;
into effect 1 and
every of the area in the north end of the Indian River, and '
several f'
one read and understand
areas in extreme South Brevard. (S-A Photo.) AN\1 ,,
them as they are now being enforced 1 fc"O '
by the local police \\\0\\ BOX 111y7U'"U1 \
1N O.
:"t(. :: 1 1 L fC"f.1\1U'U"C" f'A tNo. '.',

,,4 IOO I o s \tU'CCt., \ ,\ .
Teachers Courses Hh tywtNot ?:. .. ti North .h /) '

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Set To Star I exactly/ for yeur blood preuure may 64 :

vary from 90 to ISO with no relation' to your Cad.90S ,59 ,
The first session of the Sub ago. It may change from day to day pNa 961.6411 J arU"\ {' )
stitute Teachers Courses being tomoKmtt" hour to hour without ..- .
offered by the Brevard County being' on Indication that yo. are I y n :
Board of Pubic Instruction will be ill Only your Doctor can tell if R ,
you hove high blood .
held in Titusville prttwre
at 9:00: am
Only h. can determine the North,
Tuesday, January 21, in the I ,
probable effect of your con S. ,N,,0. ,,
Board Room, Board of Public Instruction dition./ Should your Doctor JJJ
scribe, '.", .mber pr. Friends\ pl \\"It 0.\1 '
Dear our ,
ope\"led area 01
These courses, which are designed YOU CAN ALWAYS we \ ,\ this lance\ WK'
to prepare substitute RELY ON OUR PHARMACIST ....O\"ltnS\ ago had operated tit e cn.en\ :' '
teachers for the public schools of t.igntee\"l; \ we with '
been :: +
the Since yOU has ;
county,, will be taught by
.. \ PQUide
members of the instructional ...""' '''-. at TituSui\le. teed t to a\"ld patro\"lage i"" ,:
w" \ *
staff of the school system. The CUTTER W we .
? \
courses include twenty.four DRUGSBig r ...any\ years Irie\"ldli\"less\ <(;
hours of classroom instructionand ( ACCIC Mill STIlt I {lour :>
App). Plan 5ervic ,
cighten hours of classroom
local tnis. '

observation. I gratilyi\"l9'\ thank\ yOU for Service : .
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01 this lettUrof the SameIt : ,

is the purpose assure Y rs'

GET A LOAD OF THIS cooperation tne coming\ yea \" GaS w e a W

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there's by our compaanny \\"It pistrbutor; Jaol<.so\"luille. fI; ; .
MONEY depe"Ide\
for YOU BeaOn vet
at largest I I"I\ \ t as well a5As \' if''
the \ Idwood" and fi
In Wi \ :
Ci-tizen.s Ba.n.k plants \ Midwestern
: : now have a..pa Ce\"ltral,
\ \

L.f I bake\ lands Maitiandihe'\ Eastern\ custom erns ;," .

; FHA Home Improvement Loans pla\"lts located se..i\"lg. \ 6S0,000 please tel epnO\"le .
states vice
Ii i se .
New Car Loans Southern and t.Hide\\"It room.I .i .

Installmentloans $r I ,teOU moderns" r
fast r. r'.I
for Coy uisit ou' ely .
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2-1 Tltuivllle (Florid*) Star Advocate FrJJiy{: January 17, 1,64Church

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News Of.f The WeekFor I II

Titusville and North Brevard CountyDeadline 4( (*!PlP

For These Pages T.M. Wednesday

I In The Beginning

EpiscopalThe Christian: ScienceThe : First Baptist Church Scottsmoor Baptist

schedule for St. Gahriel's
Episcopal Church, as announced basic nature of "Life" First Baptist Church offers Sunday School Is slated for God created all things. He gave us science and He gave us
will be explored in the Bible three\ worship services every 94): a.m. at First Baptist
by Father Ferguson, it as follows Lesson at Christian Science Sunday\ Tho early service be. Church of Scottsmoor, with religion. ,they never conflict. His words and His works harmoniie.

Saturday: Jan 18, at 10:00: churches this Sunday gins at $:30 o'clock with music Dale Redd as superintendent He can perform both scientific and spiritual miracles. God( ciA

a.m. Children' Confirmation Readings will include Jesus' by ,the youth choir and a message and classes for all ages. take, the nucleus; the cell the molecule and get staggering

Clasi at 6:30: p.m.; the Couples words, "I 1 am come that they by the pastor Rev. Sterling Mills will bring results. lit tan fist take a body that bat ,,111101116'" to bell aafd
Club will meet at the Church togo Sunday Schopl begins at 9:43: the Inspirational message *t the
to Jones Fish camp for might have life, and that they a.m. with graded nurseries, i 11 i am worship service. Music I tonvtrt it into a ", ,,,,. The laboratory and the human body are +

oysters. might have It more abundantly" clasjpi and departments for all wiU( be rendered by the adult the Lord's work shops. He can pull a switch and set it all to work.
Sunday, Morning Prayer will (John 10:10)), and also] a related ages. Cradle roll for infants and choir neither
He is
Mill saying "My thoughts are not as thought,
be said at 7:15: a m Holy passage from the Christian extension department for invalids Trnining union, with Mrs.
munlon will be celebrated at 7:3D) Science textbook: "Our Master shut.ins and people who Grady Sanders as director, will are your ways my ways" His cburth on tin rerun IS *
a.m.; Sunday School, for the must work on Sundays. meet at 6:30: p.m. Unions are good plate to learn that fancied discords blend in?reject
fourth grade and up, will meet at taught no mere theory, held for all
9:00: a.m. The adult class will also or belief. It was the divine Regular morning worship at age groups. harmony. W<>n'c you\ attend services ,somewhere this week? '
11:00 clock
: Music by the Ordinance of Baptism will be
meet at this time under the dir
Principle of all real being whichhe adult choir and message by the observed during the\ 7:30 p.m.
Norton Family
ection of Jack
and "Life's Focus". _.....
Eucharist will be celebrated at taught practiced" pastor on Correct worship service. .-----
10:00: a.m. The Sunday School, (Science and Health with Keyto Training Unions meet at 6:15;: Nursery is provided for children Y'f, "
third grade and below, will meetat the Scriptures by Mary Baker p.m. lor all ace groups. under four years of age at

10:00: a.m. under the direction Eddy, p. 26)). Evening worship at 7:30: p.m. oil services
Qf James Munnis, Jr with music by the intermediate Cr B. R Lakln will conducta
Tuesday, Jan. 21, 1:30: p.m. Adult First Church of Christ, Sclent choir and sermon by the pastoron revival January 2020

Confirmation Class tat, Titusville! holds Sunday services "Some Choice Gifts.
Wednesday, Jan. 22, 7:15: a.m., at J 11 a.m. and Wednesday Mid week services begin at
Corning Prayer, Holy Communion testimony meetings at 8 p.m. at 630: pm with Family Night Trinity Lutheran

1:00: p.,rn! ., a covered dish 109 Baldwin Shopping Center. supper followed by organizational Regular Sunday morning. worship
l lunch, followed by the general Sunday School for children up to meeting and Prayer meeting
ifjeetmg of the Episcopal Church service is held at T'inity
the age! of 20 convenes at 11 a.m. at 7:30: o'clock.
,,omen Ed Stevenson the Artist in Lutheran Church on Magnolia
the Chamber: of Commerce
wit! be the speaker Ave in Indian River City at
building\ All are welcome.
'Thursday, Jan 23, at :30aQn Orsino BaptistThe 10:15.: A nursery is provided for

., Holy Communion. A Christian Science message pastor will preach Sunday small children during the service .
Friday. Jan. 24, at 7:45: p.m, entitled "Active Faith" will be morning at the 11 am, worship We welcome you to our

choir rehearsal.jEvening broadcast Sunday, January 19, by hour at Orilno Baptist Church worship each Sunday morning. G r. f <
; Prayer will be rea J WO p.m. on Monday, Wednesday weekly "Church of the Air" pro "Five Questions From God." adults is held at 9.00. : w. YM la He sea
and Friday and at 7:00: p.m. gram Local broadcast of the program Sunday afternoon the Youth >TV* (sea h YMh w

on Tuesday and Thursday. is scheduled for 9.35 a.m.. Bro George Head will preach Confirmation Class will meet at
There will be an organizational] Sunday, over Station WDBO, 5KG > Sunday night at the 7:00: o'clock 4:00: ; the Luther League! mret ww.nad4 Mdwd.
meeting of all chairman and cochairman service He Is a Baptist evan rr | < ltillv.no. III!
ing will be held at 5:00: Sunday W MM I Iaaw MM
of booths and concession The speaker will he Lloyd E. gelist lIe and Mrs. Frad recently .M 4 koux ol*
for our Annual Fair. Thuri- Contant, representing The First united with our church. afternoon; the annual Congregational Id i iwport kx

Hay, Jan. 23 at 8:00: p.m. at St. Church of Christ, Scientist( in Sunday School meets at 10 meeting for all confirmed 4u wry,b.. LdM
Gabriel's Parrish Hall This BostonJehovah's. a.m.; Training unions meet at members of the church will 7. 9 ."I ,Ieh.a,1m W
meeting is of utmost importance 6 pm. be held Sunday evening at 7:30:
at the church. All confirmed
Calvary Baptist WitnessesThe members arc urged to attend

Services Sunday at Calvary] program far the week at Lighthouse Tabernacle"Silver this very important meeting

Baptist begin at 10:00: a.m. with the Kingdom Hall, 1422 Norwood and Gold have we none, The choir will rehearse Tuesday -
Sunday School under the directionof Ave, Is announced by' L. D. but such as we have (the Saving, evening at 7:30.
Marvin Fisher, superintendent. Shawver, local presiding nlnister, Healing and Joyful Gospel of
Classes will be held for all ages as follows: Chalet) we (would) give unto IRC Christian Church
The morning worship service \ meeting for the public as you."

convenes at 11:00: with Pastor well as the entire congregation Is Services at Christian Church\ ,
William McClure bringing the announced for Saturday\ eveningat Services pt the Lighthouse Tab IRC, will be held at the Civic
morning message. Special music 1 p.m. with the Circuit Over. ernacle, a full gospel' nondenominational Center as follows: This Church Feature sponsored find supported by:
will be featured in this service. seer, F. Barnes, presiding "New church, located atMims. .
Young peoples service begins at Things Learned", will be discuss on North U. S. 1, are as' Sunday: Bible School. BOO
, ,t 6:00 p.m. Sunday evening, followed ed followed by a discourse by Mr follows: a.m.; morning worship, 10 a.m.; I
4, by the evening! service at Barnes. Sunday: Sunday School is heldat evening worship 7:00:: p.m. Threlkeld's Standard Service Luke Cain

7:00: p.m. Sunday, at 3 p.m. a public 10 a.m.; worship services are A basket dinner will be held] I Downtown Titusville AM 7-9927\ State Farm Insurance Companies
The Tuesday; morntzj;: Bible Bible lecture will be given by at 11 a.m. and 7:30( p.m. at the Civic Center at 12 noon, 214 Palm TitmilleBaird's
Study, conducted by Pastor McClure Barnes, representing the Watch. Prayer meeting is held every following the morning worship
will be held at the home tower Society, whose subject will I Wednesday night at 7:30.: service I Indian River Machine Shop .
of Carolyn Fisher, 27Q1 Country be
Lane "Building" A Happy Human Indian River City, Florida .' Mobile Homes
Family. Following the lecture at
Wednesday evening prayer .1 1 1:13: : p.m. the weekly! Bible study" Westside( Baptist Church late J Box 351 Cocoa. Florida
service and Bible Study begins at will be held, the subject being,
Mims Citrus Growers Association
7:30: with Pastor McClure bring Identifying the Spirit of the Tropic ai Jules, TltusrllU
ing the message: from the Bookof World, and Avoiding the Plague] Mims. Florida Boyd's Gulf Service
Revelation; followed by tbu upon the Spirit of the World. Sunday School 9.45:<< a.m. Morning Worship 11 jn.
regular monthly business meeting Then a final talk] by t the Circuit Traln'g Union 6:15: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 pan. Downtown Titusville
Representative. NURSERY FOR EACH SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Jr.

Thursday morning! visitation The activities for the next week H. E. FLYNN -. MINISTER Mims Florida
meets at 0:30: a.m. and at 2:00: will be resumed on a regular ;,', James Pritchard & Son

p.m at the County Home for the schedule with the Bible Study '1j! Frank & Mary Schuster & Associates

Aged. held on Tuesday at 8 p.m. dealing Duffy's l;: 2300 South Washington, Titusville
are being held temp. with! "Let Your Name Be I Sanctified. .
orarily at 119 Hopkins Ave. in ." ADVERTISE YOUR SERVICES OR Mima, Florida
the Women's Club
Thursday at 1:30: p.m. the Theocratic W. E.
Ministry School will he SPECIAL EVENTS
Central Baptist Brevard Lumber Company
---- Badcock Furniture Titusville
held( followed at S:30 p.m. by the

Services for Central Baptist weekly service meeting. On this church pig*. You'll b..pleated with the response you I

Church, Indian River City, are get from reaching the people of North Brevard County through, : Ray Nelson Insurance Agency' Bryan-Conway &: Winstead
w announced as follows by the First the columns of the Star-Advocate church pages.! A paid adver- Inc.
pastor, D. V McAllister. PresbyterianNewly tiiement the alas of this announcement will cost you only $4.00 : Big; Apple Plaza Downtown Titusville

Sunday: Sunday School, 9U: elected Ruling Elders, per tuue. Call 2479)31 for the tervlcet of one of our advertising
i.m.; morning worship, 1100: ; Deacons and Trustees will be or- mon .
Ordination service for Deacons, daired: and installed at the 11 Burger King : Belk-Lindsey

6:30: p.m.; Training union, 7:30; 3.m. worship service Sunday North U. S. 1, Titusville
Mission committee meeting, Rev. Bates will preach on 'The Titusville
S30: Church and( the Individual" at ,;
Monday: Budget committee both 8:30: and 11 a.m. There will TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Duff Electric Titusville

meeting, 7:30: p.m. be latter a church hour only.hour nursery at the (An American Lutheran Church) Mr. and Mrs. H. Guy DuffMorley's Colonial T. V. and Appliances
Tuesday! : YWA meeting 7:30:
p.m.; Associational Sunday Sunday School, with classes for 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE
all, convenes at 9:45: and the
workers meeting at RIVER CITY
Junior Hi and Senior Hi Western Auto :
Cocoa First Baptist, 7:30.: C; W.
Wednesday: Officers and meet In the church at 7 p.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . . 9.00: ajn. ., Mr and Mrs. Chas J. Morley Danenburg

teachers meeting, 6:30: p.m.; The Adult Choir rehearses at CHURCH SERVICES . . 10:15: a.m. Washington & Broad, Titusville DojiMjburjr Realty
8 p.m. on Wednesdays; the Junior : 15J 4 S. Washington:\ Titusville
Prayer meeting, 7:30: ; adult Choir at 10) a.m. Saturdays We Extend A Cordial) Welcome To Youl. ,
their: rehearsal, 8:30.: .
J Thursday; Church.wide visitation On', Club Thursday will have evening a ,dinner fie' CLAUDE E. TKJAN Pastor :. Canaveral Rambler \} Master Cleaners

9:30: a.m. for women, ':'ti Phone AM 7-1348 ;
meeting at 7 p.m.i with Judge S Ilopkinj at TlUwville Limits
7:30 p.m. for men Kenneth 'Morton t '.
at guest apeak .
.1 i Friday: Mission committee > '. "
er All the men of the church are
I meeting, 8:00: pm. urged to join this fellowship Welcome To The "' Fransen's Drive In Restaurant (j Mutual Insurance Service

K'; '. and Employees. South Washington bJj:: Inc
Titusviile Mr, and >> rs. N E, Jones
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH"In First Baptist Downtown Titusville

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The Heart Of The Community" Church of MimsOnly Rinker Materials Corp Fulmer's
Main Drug Store
Hopkins Tlturvllle. FloridaW Ph. AM b
.: West Orange, 7- OQ Gene
S. Hardln. PastorSERVICES Sego
S Minutes from Downtown Titusville North

On U. S. 1 to Mims Turn Left at Blinker Light. -j Town Motel The Employees of

Sunday Worship . . . . 8:30: & 11:00: AM. SUNDAY SCHOOL .. ..... ,. .. .. 8:45: A. M. Downtown Titusville Suburban Propane Gas Service

Sunday School . . . . . . 9.45: AM. MORNING WORSHIP . . . n:00 A. M.\
Training Union . . . . . . 6:1: S A.M. YOUTH CHOIR REHEARSAL . :S:30 P. M.\ Edwards Realty
Sunday Evening Worship . . . . 7:30: P.M. TRAINING UNION ... ., . . .. 6:15 P. M. Joe and Mary Edwards Moonland Mobile Homes Sales
Mid-Weelc Service, Wednesday . .. . 7.30PM.Oldest : EVENING WORSHIP . . . 7:30: P. 0\ Baldwin Shopping Centex U. S. 1 North of Overpass, Tit ,sville

Baptist Church In Area Established In WED. NIGHT PRAYER SERVICE 7:30( P. M.
Air Conditioned for your Comfort Roy Jeioph E. Beatwrlght
1889 Affiliated with Southern\ Baptist Convention "The End of Your Search For A Friendly Church" Atlantic Plumbing Co First t Federal Saving? & Loan Association
A1r-Condiflon.d Mother of Three Missions W. '
329 St. Johns St. Titusvnia
Cordially Invite You to Att.nd Our Services. 'Wonderful Words of Life" 7:45: A.M. Mon-FrU! WRMF Downtown Titl1SV11lePa9o


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, Friday, January 17, 1944 Tttvtvlll .PlodJa, slar......... Pag. ... First Methodist First Church Of GodThe Mims Church Of God Members Received

Morning worship will be held services of the First Services ut Church of GoJ, Into First BaptistThe

ut it 30 and 11:00: a.m. at First Church of God will bL"1Ithlil Minis, urc announced as followsby

Methodist t Chuich, Titusville, Sunday at 10.00 o'clock with Rev. Kyle II. Bryan. following: new memberswere

Church News Of The Week with Rev. Ed Norman bringingthe Sunday School classes.: There received into the fellow
h Sunday: Sunday School, 10
menage "Love To Set Thy will be classes for all ages. ship of FirM t Baptist Church,
ii.ni : morning\ worship, I 11 I am ;
Simi I Ablaze And The World The morning worship service
evangelistic! : service, 7 J.inuaiy. l 12;
For Titusville and North Brevard County TIM'" Scripture will be read will follow al 10.45 o'clock with p.m.

tf f (fru'ii' I Jjhu 41321.:/ The 11:00: the pastor, Rev. Ronald Holder, Wednesday\ : Youth service Mrs. Hay Hartley, 530 Carrie

I o'clock! service will be broadcastI bringing: the* message. 7:30: p.m., with Mrs Sue Dell in Hill Road, (from Emmanuel
t Deadline For These rages S P.M. Wednesday I
Radio Station WRMF. There will be a youth fellowship charge.
L Daptirt Church of Charleston,
meeting Sunday evening at
Church School under the supervision Men's\ hour bloat Va.
6:30: o'clock in the home of Rev. Friday: prayer ,

I IRC Methodist C&M AllianceThe Good ShepherdThe A Faith For the Day g.n promptly of John at 9:43 Raley: a.m., will with be- and Mrs. Ronald Holder, 3374 7'30 p.m.Saturday.. Mr. and Mrs. James FSuzcll .

Elder St. Jan. 18: The Lcnl' : 121 Fern Ave., from the
fie' verges 01 worship for the Sunday School of the Rev. Arnold f. Claus will By Floyd R. Stone cUsses fur ill aces.: A nursery Is The mid-week prayer service
Supper mid feel! wishing, 7:30: Warnn K Baptist
provided) in Hennessey !Hall for \ >n (FU.)
Indian' River City Methodist Christian and Missionary Alliance deliver the sermon, "A Christ Member of Kiwanis Club children! of preschool age. will be hold Wednesday evening pm Church..eee.e.eee..eee": .

<<< much' will bo held! Sunday, 11:00: Church begins at 8:43: ian's Inventory," at the twoworship at 7:30: o'clock! In the homeof --- --

a.m. III the new church building a.m. with John Allen in chargeof services at Good Shep-- Life's adjustments are very Youth recreation will be held Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stone, 12 Three To Be Ordains .. ... .. E Ele
on (lie Orlando highway across: herd Church on Sunday, Jan- exacting and ever present withus. at 4.00 p.m. Sunday afternoon Fern Ave.Beginning. I

from Indian River Heights..: The the opening program W. O. uary 19. The text will be tak-- We neijd only to look in our followed. at 5:30: p.m. by a snack this Sunday and At Central "

jpj.iur Hcv. Robert Waddell, will Dcnnlson will teach the adult en from the New Testament, the know supper. At 6:15: p.m. the continuing for eight weeks there BaptistSunday :
associations to
(preach using as his subject," Bible class from the Book of Epistle of Paul the Apostle to own life MYF will hold its meeting followed will\ be a Church Building Campaign at 6.30 p.m. Jim Mix- ft

"Th. Thinning Mari Filter. the Romans. The nursery will be the Romans, Chapter 12, verses the frustrations of many people at 7.00 p.m. by the )'outhchl.lri conducted with the Hoard Ronnie and Jim Hltel1d
ion Ureenhalgh [
The nursery will be available in of 6 to 18.The in trying (to face these life( ; evening worship will be of Church Extension and Home (
during all the services
'itne Sunday: School wing ot (:.0 first service will be con- adjustments without a faith to hell at 7:30: p.m. Sunday. Missions of the Church of God, Cox will be ordained as deacons .
'new building the church. Anderson, Indiana In "hal'e.Services !: of (the Central Baptist Church of I :
ducted at 8:00: a.m. and the live by. The Commission on Education ServicesTfc: \
Sunday School for all ages will "What of the Name?" will be second at 10:30: o'clock. In thelater will meet on Tuesday at on Sunday are pro- Indian (Uiver City. These three
It is only necessary ti) checkthe archly being conducted 11tho men were recommended to the I
''b held from 0:43: to 10.35 a.m. the sermon topic by the pastor service Holy Communion 7:39: p.m. in Hennessey Hall; .1 I
; e
during the 11:00: a.m. worship will! be celebrated. A nursery hospitals to see! how many pre choir will rehearse at 7:30: Indian River City Fire Hall on Church and set aside to serve as .
,ill the commissions: of the church ,
hour; Christian Cadet will meet will be available for small people are there who have little p 111. Tuesday in the Sanctuary; Magnolia Ave. dearunselect on July 10. Having '
will meet t Sunday 4:30: p.m. in the This congregation is associated served In the satisfaction of the :
(fellowship hall, the official board it 6:30: p.m. Also the Senior children.A faith to live by and have turned Boy Scouts will meet at 6:30: : leek
with the Church of God church they will be ordained at ;
AYF will at the
group bowling will be p m. at the Scout Hut at Blan-
meeting and
mil have its monthly meeting at time.Etening all their thoughts; inward, whose general offices lire in this service. Assisting In the ;

5 30 at the church. same held in the Fellowship Hall of of course, think only of them ton Park. Anderson, Intl.Mims ordination service will be the at
Thi Allison Circle will; meet evangelistic serviceat the church on Monday eveningat selves.; They cannot face life's At 7:30: p.m. Wednesday the following!! : Howard Jones, Rev. )your

'Tue-iday, 10:00: a.m., in the homer 7:30: p.m. with hymn singing, 7:30.: This: will be for the purr problems.If Mission Study on Southern Asia MethodistServices I U) V McAllister Kev. Joseph' E.tloutwright :.

Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Boone, testimonies and the sermon topic pose of organizing! a Mixed will be held. Background on from First Baptist place
"A Cardinal Conviction". could put !her for Minis Methodist Church of Miens\ George Baldwin
853:! Delano. The Cleveland Cir Bowling League for membersand these people Aivinisni, Buddhism, Islam, and

'Vic- will meet Tuesday, 10.00 a.m., Wednesday, 7:30: prn. prayer friends of Good Shepherd. trust and faith in God, they Hinduism will be persented by Church are announced at follows aiid lIuoJ.11'homu.. of worship

in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack meeting and Bible study, followed Tuesday evening at 7:30: Pastor mould leave the hospital beds Mrs. John Patterson, Mrs. Laurence : Itev. Uoatwrlglit will deliver

Wheeler, :320 J Browning. The nurs by choir practice.The Claus will conduct his Adult who Dehmlow, Miss Dorcus Sunday School, 10 a.m. Robert -
and make room for people the ordination sermon. The ordination
cry will be provided at thechun Information! Class in the church Curtis, and Mrs. Hugh Wicker. M. Porter, general Superintendent
'li. Women's Missionary office. : are physically ill. On Friday, fifteen membersof announces the meetingof prayer will be led by Ceo-

Prayer Fellowship meets Thurs- Commission of Education for Baldwin. Attention Is called to
The jrlult choir will meet Wed- Too often, an attempt Is madeto the Junior High Fellowshipwill
The three circles of
nl'..a v. 7.JO: p.m. at the church day 7:30: p.m. The AYF group the the realities of life In leave to spend the weekendat January 20 at 7:30: p.m. for the the chanto; in time (for this serv w+

for its rehearsal. will form a caravan to Orlando Lutheran Women's Missionary\ the escape temporary opiates of the a youth retreat at the Metho- purpose: of studying the 'C" day /Ice. Training Union wh!:::: ordinarily )
Saturday 6:00: p.m. to attend the League will hold meetings next materials in the Methodist
dist Youth
the Camp at Lecsburg. .
world. They Just prolong! would held at this time : eacia4
There will be an organ con Youth For Christ special service. week as follows: The Elizabeth Counselors Towne and Church. A new curriculum
life, Stanley
cert at the church Sunday Jan experience of facing up will be changed: 1 to 7:30: p.m The
Circle on Tuesday evening at the results in Cary Lennard will spend the for the Sunday School Is being
uary 26th, at 3:00: p in. Mrs.\! S. C. and cause hazardous readied. Public: .H invited to this: ordination
Sturchio residence, 531 Poin-
Church Of ChristThe weekend with them.
Girtrdott the success of living.
an outstanding organist
settia Ave., at 8.00 o'clock; the On January 2b'th, the Junior Moinina; Worship, 11 a.m. service
will present a program of Church of Christ meets Lydia Circle at the Funkhouser The 11th Chapter of Hebrews Chuich will begin again under Jan. 19 The first of series of -

music on the new electric organ at the corner of St. Johns and residence, 45 Grove Lane, Wednesday is a great chapter on faith. Tho the direction of Mrs. Robert Gib- sermons on limo Sermon on the I
The public j is invited.An .
will cordially be Hopkins Ave. Following is the morning at 10:00: o'. first verse reads "Now' faith is eon Junior Church will be held Mount, "Blessed' arc the I'oor In
offering taken to help
purchase the new organ. schedule of services: clock; the Ruth Circle Thursdayat the substance of things hopedfor In Hennessey and will begin at Spirit"' will be brought by the FIRST METHODIST

8:00: p.m. at the home of Mrs. the evidence of things not 11.00 o'clock. Pastor.
The Woman's Society of Chris Sunday' : Bible study, 9:50: a.m.;
H. E. Baumbach, 3427 RosehiU seen". Most of us ha\e to see Students at Bcthune.Cookman Methodist Youth Fellowship -
tian Service will have a public
worship service, 10:59: ( a.m.;
smorgasbord:: dinner January evening service, 6:00: pm.; mid Avenue, North. something with our own eyes College, Daytona Beach willpreel1t The local! MYF will be host t to CHURCH
Choir rehearsal will heldat before we believe. When you concert Chorale at the Sub distrkt tit 2:30
30 (from 5:00: p.m. to 8'30) p.m. week Bible study Is on Wed be a : Sunday
at the church. nesday at 7:00: the church on Wedneday turn on the light switch you Fir.it Methodist Church, Titus- afternoon. The program will be ,
p.m. evening at 7:30: o'clock. see the effect of electricity, but [ ville Sunday evening The choir based on the life of John Wesley

Weather permitting, the men On Sunday morning and Wednesday Pastor Claus will teach the you do not see the electricity. is under the direction of Thomas cod Wesley hymns. TITUSVILLEcorner

of the church arc scheduled to night Bible study classes Junior Confirmation Class at In the realm of spiritual matters |1D. Denip.s. Students from BethiuneCookman Jan. 20, Commission on Educa-

meet al the church Saturday to are provided for all age groups 9:00: a.m., Saturday. without faith it is Impos sing each year at don, 7:30: p.m.; Jan. 21, The
continue! the painting project. According to Maurice W. sihle to please God. "For he I the! annual conference of the Progressive class will meet; Jan. ( Broad Street and I'alm Avenue)

-, Jackson Jr., the pastor, a seriesof that cometh to God must believe (.Methodist Church In Lakeland 22, Dible study at 7 p.m. The

sermons on the New Testa- Assembly Of GodThe that He is and that He Is ,and! make an annual tour of Book of Romans Is being tud-

Trent church was recently be following services are announced a rewarder of them that diligently iFloilda singing in various led; Senior choir: practice, 7:43: ANNOUNCESA

gun. Last Lord's day morning for the Assembly of God seek Him". (Hebrews: Methodist Churches. p.m.; Jan. 25, Junior choir

. "The Church In The Eternal Church, 1212 !Main Street, by Pas lll:( ) I Cookman Insitute was founded practice, 11 a.m. '

Purpose Of God" was consider tor Vernon E. Wilson. G. T. Willey of tile Martin\ m a school for Negro boys in CONCERT CHORALE"Sunday
ed. The sermon subject for 1872. Then In 1004 it was ..mer First Christian
9:45: a.m., Sunday School with Company stated just recentlythat 7:30
this coming Sunday morning is ged with a girls school foundedby Services at First Christian Evening at :
classes all
for ages; 11:00: a.m., America needs to return to
"The Church In Prophecy." For I: Mrs. Mary McLeod Bcthune Church of Titusville arc announced
Morning Worship Spiritual a spiritual faith.J. byBETHUNECOOKMAN
Edification; 6:30: p.m., Youth From id beginning it has been as follows by Pastor Eddie

Emphasis; 7:30: p.m.. Evangel Edgar Hoover, who Is so supported by Florida Methodists. Fine COLLEGE
Christian Missionary Alliance Church istic Winning the Lost is the concerned with the increase in Sunday: Sunday School: 10

Church's Aim.Thursday the crime rate, has stated many ..m.; Morning worship, H a.m..
Sun Road Off Hwy 50 Indian River City Church of GodThe with
sermon topic "Jesus Cliri.it
I times that America needs to
WELCOMES YOU TO OUR SERVICESI"The 7:30: p.m., Midweek the Saviour of Men." At 12:41: the -- --- -- -- -- ---
Emphasis placed on Worship, return to a spiritual faith. Church of God begins!: its
Whole Bible la the basis of all Uachlm"FIRST attendance contest meal will pro
Praise and Bible Study.Nazarcne. Sunday school at 10 o'clock, the I
When spiritual values become vide good fellowship at the Cocoa I
worship at 11. The pastor's brother
important to us, the opiates of Rev. F. R. Daniel, from Church. yOUrl BEST BUV! >

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE the world become less attractive Apopka., will be the guest t speak Christian Endeavor meets at
1327 Park Ave. Titusvill. and we will be inclined to render 8:43: p.m.; evening Bible study
Tlie, First Church ci, the Na:' cr.
acceptable service to our hour Is T:30: discussing/ "The
REVIVAL\ CRUSADE Jan 13.19 arene announces that Itcv. Fred The evangelistic service Is set Growing Christian Prays tNlAatM
I creator and mankind, and be a /
Thomas will lie the finest speaker for 7 Sun. Prayer service A minute and PAINTSSELECT
1 REV. FRED THOMAS Evangelist healthier, happier, and a more p.m. song (prayer
I at the Sunday services beginning ;( worshipful people. and youth service are Tuesdayand service will lie held Wednesday! at

7 P.M. Nightly at 9:43: a.m. Rev. Thomaswill Thursday night at 7:30.: | 7:30: p.m..

THOMAS REAM, MINISTER also preach at the evangel Worship Is necessary in therequiring ---------- O'u,
istic hour at 7 A special "GroundBreaking"service
p.m. and developing of a
Infants & Toddlers Nursery At 6 p.m.. the Junior the Teen faith for the day. Worship Involves will be Saturday at noon

and the Young Adult Fellowships personal worship, family In t begin the young church's new e41
will have their regular meeting.The building. Lunch will be served >
worship, and corporate worship LOVELY' ROOM
Evangelistic Crusade now with fellow Christians. on thu grounds at noon. I
be given
in progress will continue tonight A workday will
WELCOMES YOU R.v Sterling Mills and tomorrow night at 7:00: with Our belief in God and true Saturday ana each Saturday

Turn Ent At Toby's Fruit, Stand Rev. Thomas doing the speaking. worship of Him, naturally end Those making cash contributions Ytec.. COLORS I THE

Sunday School . f:4S: ..m. Morning Worship . 11 e.m. Nurseries for infants and toddlers automatically leads us to a faith will be given Minified receipts.The .
Training Union 4:30: p.m. Evening Worship fi39 p.m. will! be open fur all of the for each day. public Is invited.
Nursery for Each Service Prayer Service Wed. 7 p... services. -- _
The Only Southern Baptist Church Wednesday night/:: the regular
midweek hour will be at 7:00,
Between Mims and Oak Hllll! HEAR I
followed by choir practice. ,, rrro
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I INFORMATION business. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
NEW 2 bedroom home, :Mims, rent 1961 57 x 10 MAGNOLIA: 3 bed. 6 MILES west of Mims, $275. Call nice oak floors, beautifully landscaped NEW LARGE 3 bedroom 2 bath,
for $100 month. 2670393. 4c 1'i' baths, $400 cash for lots
DEADLINE J p m. Day Befor per 267-7678. large rooms, home. Many extras. Priced below
Publication For Wed. Fri. equity, take over payments, or kiss Realty, 2673940.
II A.M. $at. For Mon. Publication 3 BEDROOM: 1 bath, large family refinance 267.4448.; TRAILERS FOK RENT market for quick sale. 267-
room, fenced yard 267-2H74 HOUSES FOR SALE 7828.
LIVE IN: comfort, see modern
WANT AD RATES MIMS-2 bedroom, tile bath, large our 1 BEDROOM, private lot, coupleor TITUSVILLE.I 3 bedroom IV*
and american decor, 1-2-
I centa per word living room. large kitchen with I early gentleman, 440 Mt. Sterling. 3 BEDROOM, bath and half, $300 bath, modern kitchen, selective{
Minimum 3 bedrooms. A size and price for
Charge soo spacious cabinets, Florida room very pocketbook, Low down $65 monthly. down. $85 monthly, Call Wes neighborhood. $750 down, take
utility, cirporte, deep well near 4r3 payments, easy terms. Martin ---- ner Realty 26777125. over mortgage. 267-1874. _
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE school churches and grocery. ; \ Mobile Homes, authorized deal- BY OWNER: low down payment BEDROOM, bath Florida
Except: KMab4l; .h 4 Account! $110. Call 267020Q.IJNFIJRNISILED ( ler 1224 No. U' S. 1. North of -- 3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened room, office, lk sq feet living I
: : 4 bedroom, 2 ) Overpass. Titusville, 2673081 dessert-card party will be held porch and play room on large area. 1414 Oak Terrace. 2C7-
CUnilfled DlnpUy nate t Availableon corner: lot, alrconditioning,
bath, older house, in town. 267- 7456. I
Saturday 18th at Citizen's Bank .
Requeit 0231. 't MOONLAND drapes, wall-to wall carpeting, I
The Star-Advocat reiervei the Community Room. Donation refrigerator anti] built in kitchen GARDENDALE, 3 bedroom, 2
any)3rivllc advertisement of reviving which or rejecting It deem. UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom, 1 Mobile Home Sales $1.25. For reservations, call 267- Included. 2672159:\! bath, central heat and air,

."Ie all<1 to change the bath. Whispering Hills. $13$ perLARGEVNFUii 7024. I available January 31. Best offer.
climiricituo ol aoy Bdvenliement month. Call 267-6867., I 3 BEDROOM and bath Kay-Lynn 267.6477 ,
from that ordered to conform to : : ; U.S. 1 North of Overpass' PersonalHONEY subdivision. $600 down and assume _
the policy of thli paper. SHED 3 bed. Titusville payments of $78 monthly. I BEDROOM, 2 bath, new, lowdown
The 2 bath, $135 a month.
Btar-Advocat will not be room : Phone
267-5286. 3154 Hallum St.
Nicest section in
reiponnlhla top nor than one Incorrect Phone 2672829 _ with all the secretarial payment.
Insertion nor will It be -- Titusville. Forest Hills. 267-351
liable for any error In atlvertlie- FURNISHED 2 bedroom home. positions now open and with those ---i-
menlO to a greater extent than Furnished rooms with kitchenfor that will be opening everyday Continued on N.x Page
the coat of the pare occupIed by retired couple or men. Q L. GRAND OPENING from now on why don't you enroll $100 Down
I the Item In the ailvertlnement Broyles, 11 miles north of Titus at Howell's Business Collegefor

ville. Scoltsmoor. SALEAUTHORIZED complete secretarial train
Duilneu' Office Alt Main Street --- ------ ing? I did. Their new term be- $45 Per Mo.

Office Dili Ilouri AM SOO T-0331: to 1-30: BEAT Indian RENT River! 3 City bedroom, 2677678., 2 bath, 'Ml SKYLINE gins January Call 6, 1964 and I am Homes 4 Sale;
gtr !..f.l ,tiM, l 4.' i Unhli VMiv.5 L"Aren't DEALER Nice 3-bedroom homes
Bedroom Country
A40 Large 2
Animals you running up quite a till for a fella who's 50 x 10-2 Br. $3,885 J/2 hour from -Home on 10 Fine Acres-
Plumbing Supply
SIDE OFFICE 25 x 20. Reason just been disinherited!" Cape. Terms Negotiable.
i MALE Chihuahuas available for able. 267-0167. A size & price for every pocket Trans-Florida
stud! service AKC registered. book. Honest values Honest Realty, ,
H88 2 Bedroom Home in City
2673459. I For Sale Help Wanted service. SEPTIC TANKSof 2531 Edgewater Dr., Orlando --Good buy at $8,990 Good
REGISTERED SHETLAND pony A square deal at all times concrete steel-rein- Phone 241-9553! Terms.
Palamino, dapple stallion 24 conditioning, private bath, twin REPOSSESSED SPINET piano due FEMALE HELP WANTED pre-cast ,
bed, forced, state-approved, sizes 540
$20-1 2677923.
months old. with bridle and sad. weekly. to transfer Perfect Term Bank
ondJtlon.I WAITRESS C Long Financing gals., 630 gals., 735 gals., and 1000 H87-2 Bedroom, 1 Bath 75' x:
die $160. 267 6558 after 7 ToiT I Take WANTED
pin. ROOM girl. $10 weekly. 14 ments.up monthly pay. WAITRESS EXPERIENCED, if Free Delivery k SetupMARTIN'S gals.; Grease traps installed\ tanks ISO' Lot on Magnolia Zoned
N. Grannls. Commercial This won't last
POODLE CLIPPING and groom- not please do not apply. No phone pumped and cleaned, drain fields -
ing. Call 267-3102 (or appoint- SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC calls apply in person. 422 :MOBILE relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman at $3,000 with $800. down.

ment. for rent. 801 Orange St. 267. 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 Washington Ave. Titusville, Flor. HOME SALES Septic Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 7. TIME
4421. P. O. Box 2016, Titusville, Level Modern 3
ida 1173-Split -
3400. GOOD USED J224 U.S. 1 N. of Overpass
bedroom suite
Boats For Sale Phone 1 Titusville 267-3081 Florida. Bedroom, 2 Baths Grounds
REASONABLE RATES day, 2673034. MALI HElP WANTED are beautiful Plenty of extras

!is X 6 WORK boat, 3 years old. week or month. Telephone 267- PRACTICE PIANO -- -_ .- $15,750.
Chevy-8 motor $300 or will 0413. Good condition, $125, Baby Grand, SERVICE STATION salesman

trade for what have you. Phone ROOM: AND board, 25 minutes to Reconditioned and refinishcd wanted for Pure Service Station, Mobile Home Owntrs I! WEIR SPECIALS 1172-2 Bedroom Nice Home
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC expanding! 24 hour operation, Bath
254 2912 or write Box WW, Star- Cape. Phone 267-4108. Wood floors IV -
Advocate, Titusville. 2126 Tropic St. 2676385 contact Al Weber at River Plaza 100' x 100' Corner Lot Thisis
Pure. 610( Orlando Road. I 3
in Area $12,825.
---- --- --- ROOM FOR RENT. For workingman. a Duplex -
16FT. MARINE plywood runabout 602 ANTIQUES, MANGLES, vacuum, town. Can be bought on lowdown takes all.
with Tropic. 55 gallon oil drum and supports, BARTENDER WANTED, reasonable I payment with monthly
4 cylinder 25 h.p. Kermath Sea Cub NEWLY FURNISHED, air conditioning refrigerator, washing machine, w ges. Phone 267-5542 or I payments of approx. $100. Total -
excellent marine engine, all in TV, Maid service. $25 stoves, heaters, bed springs and 267-4380 after 5:30: pm. price only $11,900. Call us CAN'T FIND: A RENTAL -
Nee condition. New Tee weekly. 2327 S. Washington or mattresses, 1412 South Washington I for appointment to see, TAKE THE NEXT STEP AND
heavy duty trailer. $700.00 MAN WITH PHONE and auto-
Invest $20( down and
Shop, 2673940. payment
cash call 267 S407, BUY A LOW DOWN PAYMENT
complete. Ambrose, 543 mobile. ; with
Experience spray pay only $20 monthly and you NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 bath home
Polaris Ave., I.R.C. 267-7913. LOW rates, riean rooms for work. FURNITUREBRAND ill!)' helpful. Call 267-4236 after will buy and possess your own ready to move into. Close to HOME:

men. 103. Call 267-6185 or 267. NEW overstocked. Must 7 p.m. extra Urge full acre trailer lot. schools & shopping. Priced at COME TO
Building & Const. 3992. sell 7 piece living room suites. YOUNG MAN with sales experience Become your own landlord. only $13.500 with terms to be

$119.77. 3 complete rooms, $248.:50, to manage fruit shipping Don't tear up rent receipts each arranged.
NIDY CONSTRUCTION, resident- STORE SPACE FOR RENT month. More than 150 happy
no money down, easy terms. CaU and curio shop. Phone 2670413for
for trailer
lals 30 ACRES excellent ARROWREALTY
and remodelini families now reside in our Beau
12 years in Titusville Licensedand STORE, 2470 sq. ft, ideal for hard- -267-5735.---- Open- Sunday, 108 appointment. tiful Trailer Community. Only a park. Property situated on

bonded. Phone AM 7-2326. ware. Air conditioning and heat. FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine few lots left. Visit us and tee ridge with excellent drainage.Can f ;;i I' -mr
On Garden St. Plenty of parking.AM furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. Houses Wanted for yourself the finest Mobile be purchased for only :

Business Opportunity !\ 7-2328. 7 piece dinette all only $13.85per Home Park in all Florida. $1500 per acre with 29% down 'iDELlt
i WAREHOUSE FOR montb. Decor Furniture, 206 3 BEDROOM 2 bath house. Will and balance to be arranged. r
\ TIRE & MECHANICAL best spot N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River assume payments. Call 267-6984. CHRISTMAS PARK I Let us show you.

u In town $2500 will train, possible, STORAGE SPACE In metal building City Phone 267-7613. PALM BEACH WANTED Route 50 Christmas, Florida 225' U. S. NO. 1 Frontage 675' ORAGfiTRANSfE? AM 7-7037
'I J\ terms to right man. AM 7-8828.V on Kevins Court rear of Phone Orlando 275-1727
Star-AiU'ocate' building. Avail- For Sale or Rent Want furnished house in W. Direction 12 miles west of in depth, ideal for many uses. esAr .OX1..N'QH.rA!, 311 North Dixie HighwayOn -
Palm Beach. Will trade $2800. At has small 4 unit
I present
Child Care able Feb. 15th. See 11. II. Hudson -, U.S. No 1 & Titusville )1 AM 702'2.jJifE U. S. No.
in bedroom : ( 1))
Equity 10 x 48, 2 motel. Priced at only $35,000
_Star.Advncatp.For___ I 50.
at m _. __._. 1959 BUDDY, Mobile Home. 50 trailer Now on Highway
x parked on good lot. with terms to be arranged. Indian River City
CHILD CARE by Tiour. day or II). two bedrooms, Call 267-6119 267-0161() ev...
week. Indian River Heights. Sale after 5 p.m. 9 ACRES of most desirable land i ( Don R. Mancini Broker

_AM 7-5766. Lust for small development. Pricedat ,
USED CASH register, $85. See at 3 BEDROOM house, separate dinIng only $3,500 per acre. .
room, family room and patio, -- -----
For Rent Spangler Lumber
Magnolia Plata. Vi acre lot. 1830 S. Smith Drive. SMALL FAT undipped female rmrMI TI.WI TOWS7i CALL US anytime night or day

FOR RENT $30 MONTH 30 GALLON glass electric water Phone 2676921. black River Heights.poodle. Call Lost 2677029.in Indian : .00.1'1III' ... .for an appointment. Local & Long Distance Movers

Repair Shop- Officeor heater, stored in carton. 267-3459 13 INCH male Beagle vicinity of ; use.S 0' 4'-. ;. '
Wanted t.'ijq
DOUBLE BOX Help Whispering Stills Call 2672106. .....- :: )
Storage Spaceat tress. Excellent spring condition.and mat$30. LkiIjulio.d7.!; .. a. .... t.0.(: t I Moving Packing :
810 Hopkins Ave. 2670533. WANTED, SEMI retired couple to LOOKING FOR Xre C .... .
manage small motel. Apply Box ..4Pp .....ba"' PriN ..... l1/c'/ Storage Shipping
Call or write: J. J. Rozen, FILL DIRT and equipment rental, OB. Star Advocate, state full THE ULTIMATE? ..... ..... ...i VmS ra/lJ' : !
220 71 St., Miami Beach _866-0272 dozers, loaders rollers, graders, particulars. ...... C .ist.i-Pe, PmS ) FREE ESTIMATES 26,7-3341;
tampers, finisher, etc. Phone DESIRABLE: 4 BEDROOM, 2 I ---.. ... Out I I
267-7211. FEMALE HELP -
WANTED bath home, only 1 block from w. ..... I
the Indian River in one of the I aa IoOaad 0.- ..BAL9 _; BREVARD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD I
CABINETS. WIDOW formica 267- hOUSEWIVES WOULD like \ 1
FOR RENT you ... .. SMxfc. .
6143 or 2676662.FRIGIDAIRE to earn extra money at home? most sought after locations in mrf.N 412 Main St. Titusville.! Fla. FUR STOPAGE 1600 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING I
If interested call Mr. Tate at Titusville. Situated on a large SmyiM .*...
Floor Sanders
Polishers REFRIGERATOR, 267-0917. 100 x 120' completely landscaped non PA H4II Phone 267-5000 PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE I
Phone AM\ 7-3253 excellent running condition, $25. lot. this all brick home leaves ,I II

FACTORY PAINT OUTLET 267.5994. '18 p.m. only. TELEPHONE OPERATOR. exper. little to want. Has extra TRAILER LOTS. FOR RENT -- I
lenced for permanent part time. large, all electric kitchen withoodles .1,
Baldwin Shopping Center ENVELOPES Business Sizes of cabinet For -
Apply Answerphone, 303 So. space. TRAILER SPACES
Also Kraft Envelopes with claspfor Washington.IF mal dining room, plus living "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"
Large lots. Reasonable rent.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT mailing. Full stock at Star- room and family room make
YOU have used Avon Cosmetics this the ideal place to rasie a Good transportation to Cape
j APARTMENTS AND! trailers. Advocate. you know you can sell them. family. Has large completely FRIENDLY SHORES
Weekly, monthly rites. Adulti Many dollars can be earned ser finished 2-car closed garage U.S. No. 1, City Limits, Edgewater.COMMERCIAL & \
only 504 Garden. KENMORE AUTOMATIC washer, vicing customers in a territorynear plus: a laundry room and extra : ZtAAM
12 Ib. capacity. First $30 takes It. you. Call 2547840( aft.r.6 storage room. Completely T] --- co rlJa'1
2 ROOMS. IRC. worn an er young See at 1039 Allord,St. Lakeview P. or write Avon Manager conditioned and heated. Very ft, lll41eClcl.IJ
couple. $65 monthly. 2673463. HiUs. P..mci. Box 1408, Eau Galhe, Flor-: realistically priced at $28,500 _

FLORIDIAN APARTMENTS-- ---close- REPOSSESSED; AUTOMATIC lig. -Ida. and there is a mortgage on the ACREAGE & I J3rtjt J V'Z

In, efficiencies i weekly, monthly tag sewing machine, makes but MIDDLE AGED woman to work property. Call us today for an (
rates, air cnJitioned. 417 Julia tonholes, blind hems etc. Assume concession. Crown Drive In appointment to see.
Street balance. Payments 1040. Theatre.
Phone 267-3139.

-DUPLEX. FOR RENT WOMAN FOR cleaning and ironing Washington 7-2G11
TOWN HOUSE style duplex, 3-bed.-- on Fridays. Own transporta-
A12-20 Acres High and Dry -
ton. Call 267-5815 after 8
room, 2 bath, central beat and p.m. liJR'EAL South of Route "48" 1320 ft.
air enclosed garage. 1240 sq ft. Road Krcntage $1500. per
per unit. 267-6558 after 'I p.m. Real EstateInvestments Acre. 1. If you are considering a home in the .

HOUSES FOR RENT C33-7W Acres with 300 ft. US 7 ,, North Brevard area, call one of our .. /I

: 0 RS' : No. 1 Frontage and 300 ft. "i : trained, experienced sales staff to con

GARDENDALE SUBDIVISION, ,. ,. .....". ,. River Frontage. ExcellentLocation duct a tour for your family over the I

Separate unfurnished dining, 3 bedroom, porch, 2 double bath, BEER BAR on U. S. No. 1 W. L. GOOD EN Priced right. L entire area. We have new and older
412 Main St. Titusville Fla. '
carporte, corner lot. 267-5911 after I 5 rental units Good returnon Ph. AM 7.2211IFLl4i1illiI1II4IIA1ifi1 A1S-10 Acres near US No. 1 homes in nearly every section with I
5 p.m. Investment t -$20,000. Cash Phone 2675000 North of Mims Good high price and terms to fit almost any bud I
J Down. : :I([ :..1 > :!! land $1650. per acre.
NEW 2 bedroom home, central ___ -- get.
heat and airconditioning, $100. DUPLEX Modern 132 ft. --------- L86-200 ft Frontage on Hopkins .
CaU evenings, 267-1822. Frontage: on Magnolia Ave.- 255 ft. deep with Road 2. New FIVE BEDROOM HOME with F FJ. _

29% down handles. SEE TODAY Frontage at rear of property _ central heat and air conditioning. Located
TURNISIIED, 2 bedroom. 2 baths OAKWOOD
Excellent Apartment or Business -
Paul Conway in prime residential community. R. C. Winstead, Jr.
Modern 8 unit and Location, 15000. down
$200. Whispering Hills section. living quarters, centrally located handles. Fre.ijmit (Immediate occupancy to qualified Vlc -Pr.ild.nt

t AM 7-5212. 8.t9 5FURNITURE. only $19,000) down. MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISIONFeaturing CS1-180 ft. US No.1 to River buyer.) _ _

> FISH CAMP -Titusvlll Area- Marina or Apartment Site 3. New FOUR BEDROOM HOME. Beau _
I Modern 2 bedroom home : Location or Both $7,000. I tiful built in kitchen. Central heat
boats -Lake and Road Front. Cash down handles. :
age Full price $39,000. with air optional. Choice community.
C50-100 ft. Water Lot US .. $18,200.00 with terms.
I TRAILER PARK Excellent LARGE 73' x I: 110 LARGE POOL No. 1 with Riparian Rights

Location Good Investmentat in city limits 12500. with .
4. We have several new three bedroom, \
3 rooms of fine furniture- $112.500.29r, down hajidles. LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES good terms. .3 -
2 bath homes ranging from $14,750.00

$ piece bedroom suit, 7 WATER : Etc. to $16,500.00 with down payments of I

piece living room group and ARROWREALTY ARROW I vo, $450.00 to 70000. May be occupied

3 piece dinette All for immediately. I

0fl17..n $95 DOWN $30 MONTHLYTO _ _ 5. Check with us on any FHA acquired I

$13.85 REALTYAM 1. "Cop' BivlngsRMldBUl Property that is being remarketed. Art BoederWlntead

StUi MIT. e.'eemaD'
REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on 7-7037 I
Per Mo. AM 7-7037 U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more

DECORFURNITURE 311 North Dixie Highway mile to our entrance on right. For free information 311 North Dixie Highway gan.Colltvag & inc '

(On U. S. No. 1)) call 267-5 86.I' (On U. S. No. 1))

Indian Hirer City Indian River City DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! Indian River City REALTORS INSURORS

Phone 287-7613 Don R. Mancini Broker I' Don R. Mancini Broker Dial AM 7-2011 Day, Night or Holidays



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January 17, MM TltII, III. (Florid) Star Advocate Pale "'DI

I Say "Good-Bye" To Unused Articles And "Welcome" To Extra Cash I

Cruttnu.d "from Preceding Page Real Estate Real EstateLOTS Services Services Used Cars & Truck Wanted To Buy Wanted To Rent

Real I Estate WELLS AND PUMPS. No money I '56 FORD convertible, good V-8 USED AUToMOStLCS'r Auto I WITH OPTION to buy 3 bedroom
down 36 months. Phone A1.: NIDY CONSTRUCTION: CO. Con. engine 4 barrel carburatnr. PartJ. AM .3686.I house 2 bath In Indian River
HOU$ FOR SALE FOR SALE for appointment. Cook'i i crete work, masonry, roofing near new tires, new paint Job City, with part payment applied
$} 3245
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, carporte, on (carpentry and remodeling. I, to clown! payment Immediately,
a large lot. 267.031B.REPOSSESSION Well Drilling Service. I Phone AM[ T-3326. -_$225 W7-JTJJ4.- I OLD COINS WANTED AM: 76425..
LAKEFRONT ALL season home.. 1 ACRE lot in Spruce Hills $2500; SINGER SEWING Machine Co., '64 TR4 Triumph. Small equity i BUYING AND telling coins dace -- -
130 foot frontage on Lake Hartley 17 Flamingo I
100 x 200 lot in Minn, $isoo; 1 .
near Route 46. Availablenow. Court, 3 2 bath, lowdown sales and service. Pinking heart end assume payment 267-0728. 1940 assures you of a iquare dealat Work Wanted
80 Used
lot in Titusville $3500 x Cars & Trucks
r.mNO acre ; I
Call Geneva 3493191. qualifying.Stoner 105 Indian River City $550. Call etc. lurpened. Pbone AM I- 58 VOLKSWAC3bN-v8n truck. Sacrifice all times. We carry a complete -- -------- ---
at reduced 1IOUSECLEAN1NG AND child
267-3535 2244. stock of coin supplies
2 BEDROOM house, dining room Wessner Realty 267-7125 r '62! FORD convertible, will take for best offer. 267-0608. prices. You will be satisfied all care 5 days a week. 708 HopkinsREMODELLING
and garage. Downtown Washington LAND FOR SALE LARGE LOT with,14 x 30 ft. FREE LP bottled gas Installation. older car or small cash (for 'W VlitKSWAXtEN'engine;: recint- I ways when you buy or sell at .
N. US. No. 1 Titusville.Suburban Assume monthly : OF all kind*!
Avenue. Suitable for small building. Ideal for trailer On 2019 Gras : equity: payments ly I overhauled, $ $O. 267.5423 afUT Philip and Dorothy Boyle .
Ser\tc 26706UO.
Call 267 6119 after 9pmi Immediately done) Days
business and home combination. RIVERFRONT 1300 ft. Improved\ Canal Ave., Oak Hill. C. E. Ber 6 pro.sfvOLKSWAGON. 1023 Ridgewood Ave.
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Frontage on 2 paved streets. Mims area, $20 per foot.: Terms nard. 207-6411. i :53 ni'ICK.:$105.: 601 Park Ave. I I Holly Hill, Florida on Rt. No. Evening 2670680.
Financing available. 2672311. Stoner Realty, 267.3535. i, Phone 267.5RJO, engine!: recent I I2tJ7 | CL3.2794 Member 11. II. C. C. REMODELLING: CARPORTES]
new battery, $1105. 2670289 or
addition! screen porches, etc
LOTS FOR SALE Scrao Iron & Metals :32 FORD COUPE with 56 Olds -4521 I 12 BEDROOM home to be moved 601 Park Ave..267.5820.
(engine.. Sec at 210 Lemon Avenue -- 267-5857. ----
FIND ONE LIKE IT 3 ADJOINING lots front section qLLjcFLdh Magnolia 1 Motor Co.fnUrnaUon I CARPENTER: AND cabinet work:
(Block 21)) NORTH Port St. *! harvester Trucki 287-4576.xiriCK.
AND I'LL BUY IT! John 1 block north Elkcam, KING IRON & METALS '58 COUPE d'ville. alrconditjortInj Scout Wheel DriveS 1TIIE; : OINTY (1).11I' -
water rights Buyer assume balance excellent condition. $1)95) or lot at. isM; > ton IIHKIAHIIoi : .
Titusville 86 120 beautiful contract $3.460 at $45 Buying Iron, Steel Metals $US equity. Assume payments s Parts Service >r\, Moulin. : roil nnnrTIOM IM
X iHrtir e'oltst wr THIo
W. Canal Rt. 40 ........ Tilt;
wooded Lot Paved Streets, monthly Make offer.( Box J or I Chevrolet $5919:! monthly. (new tag) >\n- 1603 ,,,1'lIn..rt KHIIM': Jo.. :MVTII Jll>l( l\l. < IK(.I IT. IM
IN Kh: : of
Haw Smyrna Beach .
call Miami CE 58464.DON'T Cocoa, Florida 6953. .\1'l r/)H II KIn un I\JI'OIT\)':'
Sidewalks. New 3 Bedroom, 2 8-41ftl i MAO: -- -- .....
4 Miles South On U.S. No 1 l> < ltA\t8Ioy NO eras
I bath" liome Central heat and I 1957 BUICK Century, new tires, '63 CHEVY, Impala, Super Sport, Mini I: OK tit I'll I'rTlll'oN! ttUlJUJCY: UREKN TAYLOR
air, Dishwasher $14,390. Liberal ''tl1is'ar car: new battery, new brakes, excellent 11,000 miles, V-8, automatic, all 1 lea MX II l>l"ril \RII t. lit 1'lalntlff
Terms. Will consider paid PAY RENT! Services mechanical condition A accessories, silver blue, 1 owner. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCR51NtNnl.r' /' TAYLOR
for house trailer In trade. Titus- I GUarahl eU: :VJarranfI Bargain. $450. 2677747. Exceptionally clean. Sacrifice : I I. hereby ilv.n that I have Drlandant. .
fill Sleet .and 10..1 H""arn CIFaerutrie You hereby notified that
2671441.Wanted are
vile 2472334. Robert M. Evans, INCOME TAX and bookkeeping 1903! PLYMOUTH, Italian wagon $.1550. or .
: of Min K.tiil.: of MAX- has Iliad
!'blrl.I..n Taylor
Builder, owner. I TRAILER service, 267-3518. H. Burgess & t Belvedere! :! )() cash. Take ..
'f t .e; ;r ( $200 over I WHI.: KEN N :TH SMITH: ilnceaurd |tA tail Court Making. a 011"0'''
Associates I pa>mcnt*. 2H7-6819. end that I have tiled my Petition And you are hrrrby required to
-- -- ------ for Tlnal IMnuhirt*. and (hsl I will file your .an.wer. 0. ether pleadingwllb .
OWNERSWe NEED A h HANDYMAN* 63 CHEVROLET C")70C) apply lo the. Hunoribl Virgil II.I the Clerk of thin Court neylater
63 FORD pickup, will tale or
than IO day of Kvbruary, 14! ,
"Impala" 9 passeng-jI 7J I tnnkllriu County Judge Qf Hr vtrJ
For the home
repairs around er Station Wagon -T trade for older model, or take WITNESS TO theft of coins from ('ounl)', FIuri la. an January 81, lad!. carving a trim ropy thereof upon tb.
FOREST HILLS 679 Poinsettia and reproductions of Early up payments 267.0305. I fnr "m>rnvl .of the >.*m* and for final Attorney for the Plaintiff Robert
V8 Powerglide, Powcrsteer Drown) 1962 Dodge in ,
wagon .. P. : Klor
have beautiful fill mo American furniture. Call 2G7- illmharit E.'utrlc of the 'I.I. loibey| O. Ilox 45.1. fouia;
Ave., 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, gar- acre 7805 for free Estimate.GRADY'S ilk, Radio! and Heater Ail' I lot about! of MAXWKU. KKNNETH: "IITH!, Ida or puffer, .. judgment pro con-
51 DODGE $100. Call 267-OSna \ peFrEar:13D.: : :
age central heat, air condii bile home lots, size ICO x 440 200: 10th. 267 '1.1 teem" .
i tioncd. 63 CHEVROLET after 3 p.m. I"t.J n.o..mb.. SI, Thle JAN 9 1 ( 19tIII.
I ( for $20( DOWN and $20 MONTHMove TELEVISION service, $$3995 5029. r ( III" ALI
Corvette, c tai l Prunion Jiwn Carter
OWNER WILL sell 2 bedroom, TV and radio repairs, auto .. .. '53 FORD wagon:;: 4 door, body l'XK.fTUIor: :( Tsar KHTATK rurtla R. RarneeClerk
!\ la now Trailer Living mobile and home U. S. 1, "Stingray" Wanted To Circuit Court
double utility 267. and radio! very good Mechanically Buy or MAXWKI.I! ., KENNETH: .
garage room. at its best. Scottsmoor. Call 267-4513 or 267- 112 CHEVROLET fair $1I0. 2G7-3754. WMITII: Drrrm,.,). By: lLreputyHClerk
2589. Jt'NTU'r:, M.CAKKT A. TRAVEHI .
51695$ !
Robert nod bl'Y
"Bel Air" 2 Door
IIY ,.5) Wnltrr K: Tr. .
40 LaSALLE convertible for sale v rAltornryi
WANTED BRRVARD National Attorney for the Plaintiff
bedroom 2 tile
I CHRISTMAS PARK ORIGINAL dan, 6 cylinder for K x..c..lrlctlox .
or trade. Excellent condition !Hank stock Write Box III. Star I I' O. 1101. 4M
baths. Large living room, wall expertly fitted, alterationsfor Air Conditioning 647 {'n'o.I''h.' Fl t'oooa. "'Iorltlo.10. .
to wall carpets. Screened back men and women's garments. I 267.1510 after S. Advocate. Jan 3, lit. IT, H iKrl) 1IM4 Jan. 1r. 21, 31 (Frl! ) 1M4.
porch. Central air conditioningand 11 Miles West of Indian River Lillian Hudson. 2673158. 62 FORD "XL 500 V8!, $$2I95 1 -
heating Builtin range and City oa Rt. 50. Christmas, Florida --- door Sport Coupe
oven, dishwasher, disposal. $750 Phone Orlando 275-1939 ALL GENERAL Repairs used and Fordomatie Trans. Radio
down, move in. AM 71928. new auto parts, welding and and mission.Heater Towerstcering
diesel repair Herndon's Garage,
WHISPERING HILLS. Modern 9 Scottsmoor, Florida, Carl McCOTTER
Taylor 61 FORD "Galaxie" 2 4 f fjr
room, 2 bath, swimming pool
manager. 2672683. door Sport Coupe, V8, J IJ7J
air conditioned, fireplace, deep Fordomatic Trans-
well. And an income apartmentover IT STANDS mission Power Steering, Radio
2 car garage: and work shop. arvl heater.
Grounds completely landscapedand i'OR SEWING MACHINE ,
contain 120 trees, mostly or. Repairs INVENTORY SALE
ange, plumosa palm and oak. .
Near golf course. Call 2672049. INTEGRITYThis .Singer White Morse

Any Make Guaranteed Service f EDroW1ARlN,


PAINTING, expert, reliable and '(is WARRA$
NEARS. satisfying work. Estimates glad
I LAKE 8 ly. AM 70776.

(Ares we have 100 acres with 1000 63 ible.8"Lemans"PONTIAC, AutomaticrTransmission Tempest convert- RAMBLER 1962 1;9oNOW; 128S'00 FALCON 1960 9 to o NOW 845.00

feet of paved road frontage near HARVEYREAL Power Steering, "6" 2DOOR 4 DOOR STANDARD
South Lake, only $1.800 per acreif Radio and Heater

!i I this taken oo'r now Is now for cash.selling Land up to in is the official seal of the ESTATELICENSE cayne'61 CHEVROLET 2 door sedan''Bls-, t1395 PONTIAC 1962 9s o0 NOW 2275.00 TEMPEST 1961 19 SAO NOW 1245.00
National Association of Real .
$ per acre, don't pass this Powerglide Trans is.slnn
sleeper up. Ask about larger andI Estate Boards. Only membersof SCHOOLStart hfaler HARD TOP LOADED AUTOMATIC RADIO & HEATER
I smaller tracts and other real estate
of all kinds. If it's Real Es. Association may displaythis this Tuesday 7 P. M 60 FORD "Fairlane"V8

I tate See, display seal.this And seal only may those call them.who attend first HOWELL'S session as our guest. Forrlomatie, 4 door! ( sedan, $$895 FORD FAIR 1963 2 gs,1,0 NOW 1991.00 fiAT 1962 ito: o NOW 690.00

akin & Gordon Realty 4 DOOR AUTOMATIC _
selves R.altora.George BUSINESS COLLEGE 61 FALCON 4 Door 600 C SPEED

'Registered Real Estate Brokers M. Barley, Jr., 1528 S. Wash. Ave. (U.S. 1)) Sedan Automatic Radio $$1095

23! Main St. AM 7-3025 Titusville Bryan Inc. -Conway & 287-i 161 1 Transmission.Heater PONTIAC 1963 sa s c0 NOW 2699.00 CORVAIR 1961 1 J'93.00 NOW 1315,00

Winstead, Inc. 81 FALCON 2 door $995
J. W Childre, Realtor !sedan heater y
ConfortI, RealtyDanenburg's This StandsFor 60 FALCON door
Beach sedan automatic $$895 C DR '.6" FAC AIR BONUS
transmission, Radio, AUTOMATIC. R & H
Realty heater NOW 99500
QualityThis "
FREE 64" TAG NOW 1695.00
"FOREST HILLS Duffy's Real EstateS 62 CORVAIR 2

ESTATES"ONLY Edwards Realty Sedan.Heater! Radio door'$1395. $ I 1961- ON ALL CARS
4 LOTS LEFT AT 49 Ed Kittles Agency SSp 63 FORD "Ranch. RAMBLER SOLD THIS FALCON 1962

$3000 Per Lot! S L. B. Newman, Realtor ero" Pick-up. V84 $1795$ 6 AUTO, R&H STATION WAGON

CHAS.JANNARONE 0 Sydney Schwartz g Speed( Transmission WEEK END!
Ti'.iuville Shopping Center I 58 FORD Ranch Wa- NOW 1195.co NOW 1675.00L
__. AM 7-3441__ S M. N. Weir & Son Inc. goo V8, 4 door Ford. $$595
omatic Transmission
I Radio and Heater L CAMINO 1960 NO W1315
60 PONTIAC: "Bonne. 1 1495'0 PEUGEOT 1960 ssfO. NOW 275.00EXTRA

is the official Seal of I ville". 4 Door Hardtop .c 1595 CLEAN DRIVE; ANII
"Best Home Values of )Hydramatic Tra. .: \ H ( SfH
the National Association ,
nsmlsslon, Air Conditioning .
Home of Builders.the National Only'members Asso-- I Radio Powerstcfrlng and Heater, Power Brakes, T-BIRD 1958 199500 J WAg NOW ''1215otl "'PONTI CONV 1960IJ;9 00' i NOW 1445.00AUTO.

I In Florida"Edgewater ciation and local associat- 60 CHEVROLET HT. P.S, P.B, AUTOMATIC R & H
ions are allowed to displaythis "Bel Air" 2 door ac. 51195

Acre Homes Alexander seal: Construction dan radio,N8 heater.Powcrglid, FORD 1959 9:o NOW 695.00 FORD 1960 I 1is o O NOW 1045.00

59 MVICA $5495 2 DOOR WAGON va CONV., AUTO.. R&H
Company Four Door

2 and 3 bedrooms 1 and 144 ceramic tile baths Westinghouse Broyhill Development 60 Convertible DODGE, V8"Polara"Auto- ,$51195 PONTIAC 1961 1 9100 NOW 1295.00 V- W 1962 I 91900 NOW 1775.00
Furred and plastered walls Crane Fixtures Childre Homes Inc.
kitchens -
construction Terrazzo floors Awning matic Transmission 4 DOOR AUTO., R & H 9 PASS. STATION WAGON
Pre termite treated Brake,
windows Sodded lawns Carport and paved drive. Cowart & Carter, Inc. Power Steering Power
Radio and Heater!

wayi. Your choice of From color selections$8,990 during construction. Cozart Fisher Construction Const. Company Co. Automatic 58 EDSEL 2 Transmis-door V8, $$295 CHEVROLET 1961 J 193:G0 NOW 1675.00 PONTIAC 1959 :: HOW 775.00

I Futch Construction Co.
LQW Down Payment Low Monthly PaymentsNo Many \f)re To Choose From!

Closing Costs Terms You Can Afford I John Louis Beach& Brown, Inc. MERCURY 1958 6 s O NOW 475.00 CHEVROLET 1960 ::to HOW 855.00C

2 homes In Mission City on large wooded lots, with an of the Gus FaulkChevrolet DOOR AUTOMATIC 4 DR. WAGON ROUGH & READY
above mentioned features $9,500 and $10,500. Northwood Builders, Inc.
Penziner Bros.


Tiffany Builders, Inc.

Phone CA 8-8551 I James Trimble I 730 S. WASHINGTON I A VE",
118 N. Ridgewood. Edgewater, Ha. Professional Bldg. :
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1sp &- TltimllU (Florid) Slar-Advoc.U Friday, January 17, W4STARADVOCATE'S Furthermore, bell! put i higher if' TH' *: rtucrtr' Con ? or rnMM petition. raid estate.
'II JllllCltl. IKCIIT, IM DONE: AND ORDERED at Tltm- Fleet Publication On Dec. ". INS
value on those dates when he A\H rl>K IIHKV'.%UU CUVSTt. pills Florida thl* Sin day of January Maguire Voorhl Wells
fill HI II 11I1.1xLRt. A. D. 1984. P. O. Box 8JJ:
knows others are dating you, boa 1:1911: (COURT: SEAL) Orlando Florida
MISTER BREGER too. :Mint: llr SLIT. CURTItj R. BARNES Attcuney for AdmlnUtratrlx.
DOROTHY '- f'HYLLId.:: Clerk of the Circuit Court for Deo. 27. JUlIa Jan. a, W, IT (frl.) 14M
..,. .... Plaintiff.. Brevard Florida.
/ I N.al1rMlyu Irn ". .a.r.MY. ._ County,
Crossword Puzzle Vr. Uy Bertie HallDeputy
If you have rental HOWARD L. PHYLLIs, Clerk

Jan 10. 11, It. 31 tJo'rl.I( 1964.IX TI<'K 'OIl III' OH.
ACRoss n. Soaks lL Snide list it in Defendant.TO.
housing SEALED bid. will be received by
2.Red deer' flax and ra : Dorothy L. Phylll the of County Cummlanlonera I ,
a. Scrutinize U.Unmarried The Star-Advocate! co Mr. Mildred lal..rb.ekHIO : THE (()(:Nrr JtKUK'N) : up, ::'Iird.: o'clock? AM January
1 (14th?. IIKBYAKI! COl > M.M. .
Green Spring Avenue In the Commliiloner'
/.- Woman 1t: Vehlclo :2J, 19A4
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Antolnetta DOWN Wet. 11011 ttlln. Penniylvanla room Court House, Tltuavllle Florida
17. BeWitch File' !No. e.MDI:
10.Edible 1. Capital 20. Little l t$" fcSTATK: or JI1KMET AKTEKIN, '
a petition for modification) of Cn. ((1)I 19-21 Reader-Printer
arolda of CUba child ? 1rg I Il New Special the final dour, of divorce In retard decMd capable of making blow back
12. Shun 2.Biblical 21. :lole. v.. ; to the custody of the minor NOTICE/ OF FINAL REPORT fur as mm film to a diver tabu--
13.COIIatel. mount AUTO POLICY children. of the partle has been. AND/ APPLICATION FOR lied print with a maximum Image
IaUon taUlo n T u t o lied. .."In.t you 'In the Circuit DISICHARGK area 17.&,." ,x 24", Viewing.
3.Tof1oa.t. rock I Court of the. Ninth Judicial Circuit All persons are hereby notified. Ima,. cod prlllL variable
14. Darnel as at 23.; Footed ? elilUHN) I.lahlntyIIa01 ..,JI.It In and for Urevard County Florida. that the undersigned a* Ancillary from 18' X 24' to 11" 11
25. Biblical anchor vase Yealerd.,'. .b.... II.,M"<' He.lh '10.100 L'nineurrd. < You are hereby required to serve a Admlnltratrl of meld Mtate. bun 8". Print to be trimmed auto-
weed C. Golf term 2. Mnturliit.III copy of your answer or other written completed the ac'mlnlitratlon thereof. mallcally, within machine .
Needier rO8 .U' 11J1'\1':: MHI.E, 1'111EK' clef mere to the petition filed herein and has flied In mold court her final Bid to be marked "Bid for
18.Mother ot I.Tale 2 Dreis 30. Handle of > Hearted la III quarterly| In upon Justice' ..MiCarey A Traveri. report and application fur discharge.Objection. .. R.a er.Prlnler" on outside of Envelope
Iriah gods 8.CauUOQ 26. Black: a whip a :..: > rltn.III.r... Jt from lap Attorney for Defendant P. O. Slog thereto It any should, b. ,
17. Bed foe 7.TIbet vllcous 31. Erascs: (IN. Member.l..p Fees) B4J Cocoa Beach Florida and to duly filed. After filing proof of pub'Mention The Board reaerveathe. right to
file the I thereof. the office
original In -
ham allowing this notice ham reject any and all bid
guelJee liquid print of the Clerk of the Circuit been. published. once a week for four JOB H. WICKHAM
antmal a.RopesWith 27.Godovcl' 3t.Examlna.- KEEL INS. AGENCY, INC. Court of Brevard County Florida consecutive weeks. the matter of spproesi CHAIRMAN
18. Sheltered running the winds tlon on or before. the loth day of February ot meld report and the. order. BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
aide Jmota 21.! Parse ot 35. Son of till. Magnolia Avenue, A.D. 1904 Ing- of distribution of laid estate : !: .
19. More 9. Good I.H.('. gin-in HEREIN!: FAIL NOT/ or a Decree will come before the courL.Con.lalle. I)REV ARC COUNTY,
oll.dlgglng Jacob: Pro Confeno will' be entered. agalnitt Aktekln FLORIDA
recent conductor equipment Bib. you for the. relief prayed for In unlit. Aa Ancillary AdmlnlatratrU of Jan. 10. 17. iFrl! ) 1964.
$L office of of heat :9. Meaning 3T. Mate cat

: : I a. 3 1 S 6 1 8 2 THINK T NAVE ,/ NOW WEIL NEVER
abbr.2Z. aa: THEM IN MV PURSE CH) f 6 ,/ FIND THEM
Paul 10 IIBunyan'
pet I 13 y t-11 +
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nickname "14 I iT. r n

28. WaOu on worth! the small Investment. he told me either ne and I go

80. camp bed I. 10 itO1. Dear Ann Landers: I know( steady or bl: wouldn't take me
A IOn of
Jacob: : ''l) U H you are against going steady but out at all. I'm afraid if I lose '"

Bib, '/r/r.a2.Before / what can a girl in my spot do? Frill I'll really get the rniddle-

.33. 14 II U lo' Z. 1Black. / fin 16, nut beautiful and I've age spread; from sitting home, so ..I

guard: : a1. Jt II 31 never had much confidence it looks like I have to accept his

85. Klnd ofebop where boys are concerned. Flit/::; terms. Now' do you see why "''a

JJ J4 r ISl is 17, bull-headed, and has datedme come girls: have no choice? C


.Narrat/a gone with other fellows but ANP MY CAR 'a r BE 50 5A4 RT ALKKY
Dear Afraid: Applesauce! If SAy DITTO DOORE
38. Blue SIn ( Fritz has dated me much cftcner PONT' 0 ,
Ats than else. you I let! Fritz bully you, you're BOTHE IT'S'
.. .. anyone YOUR PAP.
Immature r kunk TlU him "No dice" and I'll IMTHHCARA3E /
seed Last night after Fritz heard JUSTTEU.VSWHERE / WHY? /
I 1-11 T had gone to a movie with Leo bet he'll date you on your terms. WU OH 1
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ANN LANDERS Starling Sunday thru Wtdneiday "PALM SPRINGS WEEKEND"

FRIDAY ;:OQiO:2SSATURbAY: 2G0: ) )-S:2.8SS: : I

Consoled Each Other nothing human about him SM'

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Dear Ann Landers: Have you suit. Please give us your advice. ; c.7 ( HAND OVERyoUR. I MYAUfOMOBILEr THEDRIYINGTOUSj (j

ever wondered how your advice MELROSE PARK HOW WILL I GET ;

turned out? Well, here's one v __ HOME
Dear Mel: It's true that many 1
render who wants you to knowI I GULP! j
o groom has been married in
followed one of your suggestions ) *
his good suit, and the rest of the 1 C ti t
and now I have morn" trouble I t v, _
im'les In the wedding party wore I I
than I had before: I wrote to "
( their good suits, as well. But 1 )e

you if father were the only one
List July wife told me she your ::
my wearing his good suit, and all THING WITHOUT A f ACE"An
wanted divorce. I was shocked.I "THE !
the other men in the wedding INTERNATIONAL Picturt I
thought we were getting along AMERICA
party> wore tuxedos he would
all right. When I tasked her what :

\ cta,Wit unhappy about she said feel uncomfortable and out of FRIDAY 1:35 SATURDAY 3:15-7:05-10:23: DCUl:

1 too In the place. ENCHANTED ISLAND TechnicolorDana
was wrapped up
1. \ Tell Pop the cost of renting a Andrews Jane Powell m SEEWNATIGOTYOU HEREYOU -f MR.ABERNATHyIDON'TTHINKHE'S
Iwdnei.ethat 1 didn't pay enough TO PLAV WITH/ ARE,8 iQUITEGOTTHE IDEAOFTHETHINS!
tuxedo for the evening will be Q :
. attention to the kids, that AI MONTY..ANICEBIORUBBER -

I wasn romantic anymore .and B BONE I I--

1 finally, that I hadn't even noticed d I

she bad dyed her hair blonde. TELEVISION GUIDE

t wrote to you about this) on

August 10. You advised me togo 11 -. 80uNC

with her to a marriage counselor
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on August 16th. The marriage!: -Nit.IIrT- T'OU: ('h.r: Circus Uoy Ch. t Judy Garland
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counselor: then said he wantedto 6.00 Ct>. S New. MporU, Wtiuluor Ch. II Central Showcase. flurlcla Ch. 8 Candid Camera RID bEW Y _- _
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lone all right -- for the post Ch. S New, Walter CruuklleCh. Cb. 9 UootanannyS.30 11:13: Ch. 6 Movie. "Hell''. HaltAcre"
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counselor hadn't been get : (u. a aiieiu rltirvluiCh. Ch. 9 LawrenceVVIk. (11.30:: Ch. i Peter. loon l w ( o a
1 Wyalt Earp: 1.00: Ch. 2 Movie "Th Naked/ .
ting along too well with his own C'h. 9 LawbreakerT.30 Spur" Cb. II Movie "Embraeeuble FIO

wife so they consoled each other :: Ch. :2 International Showtime 9,:30 Ch. 6 Flill Silver You"
Ch. 5 Ureat Adventure Ch. 9 Hollywood I'uluua
but good. Now my wife wants a in. >5> 17 eunice! "btrlpS.30 10:00: Ch. B Ounimoke -0'-

divorce for lure so she can :: Ch. :1 Hob Hope 10:30: Ch. 9 Battle Line
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marry the marriage counselor. Ch. >I> Burke'* Law 11:00: Ch. a New. Sportn. Weather.
Ch. 9 New. Sports Wealhes..
Thanks a lot. MISERY IN '::30 Ch: :1 TWTWTW "
Ch. 0 Twilightone: 11:10: Ch. 9 Movie. "Arl. .. My Lo11.ID .
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things! turned out so badly for Ch.Ch. I 9 boxing 11:30: Ch. :2. Movie. "Kuit AI'ache"' 6.13: Ch.. :2 8 Huimhlne Munahliie. Almanac Almanac Q

you. Unfortunately there are 10:45 Oh. I Mane. That Spar 7:00: l'h.r: Today %
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phonies In every field and I'm (.'h. S New, h|>urta, Wmilhur, Sunday 7:30: Ch. I Film Feature. -<

. terribly sorry you had to run Ch. 11 New. Murphy Martin Ch. 9 Mlckle I;vane z
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into one. 11:25 ('h I Movie to be announced ltlK\nll: : 0 (h. 8 CaptaIn Kangaroo b /
Ch, 9 Weather. Ii.all C h. 9 Cartoon
11:30: Ch > Johnny CareunCb. 8.00: Ch. 6 Light Time Moo: Ch. 2 Jack LaLinne a:
Dear Ann: I'm planning to be : a Maverick Ch. I Gospel Caravan Ch. 8 American HUtoryCh w 1 r, r1ij

married 10 a fine gal in Feb ails: Ch. S Living! Word, 9 Exercise, fur Women ....
11:30: ('h. ChrlHtopher Program 9:15: th.: It C'artoona
ruary. It will be a rather fancy 815: Ch. tfoclal Security InAction 9:111:: ('h. :2 tale. Storm
church wedding and fiancee Saturday ('h. 8 Bumper Uuom
my D.UO: Ch. :3 You are ThereCh. 11):00): Ch. 3: lisp \\hrn
is paying far most of it herself 6 Drltlih Calendar ('h. 8 New, Alike Wallace

because her parents aren't :MOHMXj: Ch. a Uavry and Uolluth ('A. Hpanlxh
very oils: Ch. I industry on I'aradeCh. 111 21 Ch. :2 New, Edwin Newman
well> off. She says my father will 7.00 Ch Gro.....'. Almanac 9 Oft to Adventure 1110: ; ('b.r: Word for Word
Ch. :3 Children'. Oo., Hour Ch. 8 I Love Lucy
have to wear u tuxedo because T.JO:: Ch One Way Mirror 9.30: in-l
(,'h > I\.. '.D. MldKlorliUI Ch. a This I I. the Life Ch. 9 December untie
all the other men in the wedding (.'h.r: Acrnu the Pence Ch. I Word of Llf. 11:00: ('b.r: ('oo"anlrallon
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will; be Ch. I Captain Kangaroo Ir
party wearing tuxedos. Ch Stocky Jones Ch. e I..m"nlo My Fret. ('h. 9 I'rlie. I I. Slight
My father'doesn't want to get: t.30: Ch.: 2 Robin Hood Ch. v Church In the lion 11:30: Cb.r: :Aliening. Link
Ch.: f Major. Mercury 10.30: Ch. 8 Look Up and Llv* Ch. 8 I'rte and Uladyi\ ,
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modest salary. Dad he has II Alvin 11.00: ('h. 8 Camera. Three **
says 't'nK"'O'\l\ SMALL< WONDER f EWS EPIC -
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i**>n to many weddings in Isis 11:30:: ('h. Flight 1Loe CI,. 2 V'.ur nr.t A SURPRISE. AND YOOR ENGAGEMENT, rvs mi6 19 THE CM VOUYE )I HAVE hEWS
'::JO Ch. 2 Ruff and KriLlyCh. Impression I'M HERE /MAGENTA, MV STAR OP STARS, FC* YOU.SALCMl1
I Uptime and seen few tux. < Tenneanae. Tuxedo Ch. 6 llnmexteail. V.II.A. ('>l. 8 Love of Life COLODUSTED t1 YWR NEWS I CLEARED IT WITH BEEN PANTIMO FCftV .
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He Is really a swell: father, Ann. { quick Draw McUraw Ch. S International. Zone JI:8u: : ( b.I: Truth or Coniequrnce GREAT' IT NEWS WILL MAR'r 1' ; DA2ED : ;N' \ ON LESLIE BiOPf/
ID' :30 Ch, 2 Fireball, XL-6 Ch. Faith for Today Ch. 8 Kenrth for Tnmninrow' VOU.
t and .he'll do as you say but he's Ch. / Mighty Mouse 13.30: :: Ch. :2 Oral Rohnrt Ch. 9 Father Known Heat VOU CRY FC I
hoping you'll say he can skip Ch. / lotions ('h. 1 Face The Nation 13:4HUM ('h'. 8 Ouldlng LightC'h JOV// r s ,1.
11,00: ('h, 2 Drnntu the. Menace Ch, 11 Lower LJghlhauiw : ... :2 News, Boy H.-hcrer
the tuxedo and wear his good Ch t Rln Tin Tin 1:00: Ch. 3 Chrlntopher Program 1:00: ( h.r: New, VXeather
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CROWN DRIVE-IN Ch. 9 Beany and Cecil.1FTEtOY 1:20: rb.r: Catholic Hour Sian: CII.r: Science.
Ch. I Dig Picture Th. 8 A* the. World Turn 3
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THUR.-FRI..SAT., 7:00 12.00 Ch. 2 Sergeant. Preston 2.X: Ch. :3 Iliac and Story 1:45: ('h Cartoon
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.....-- 1:45: __ __ 1:00: Ch. 2 KxplorlncCh. 3.00: Ch. 3 Tn b* announcer 8 Hju.e.. Party CHARLIE D06&S.TO i 6ESPECIFIC YOU TO LOVE ANOTHER MAN.' IT'S WHAT'S IN M-V PIGS
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Ch. S Champlunihlp Howling 5.30:: Ch. / Amateur' HourMfiHT Ch. 9 Queen for a Day
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Ch. / Movie, "Tha Return of 8:00: Ch. / Twentieth. Century Ch, 8 Secret, Storm
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