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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 24, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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_Buy In North Brevard! or 1L4. HI Star Advocate I Smile You're In Florida 1 I I

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents

84th Year No. 11 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida, Friday, January :24, 1964 __ 16 Pages Today Published Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

II; Space u. To East- Orange- Site I IThe

Board of Control, alter county officials as a victory for The board' of control has been best for' the interest of Brevard tinn that' now exists, he said. Sin Parrish has tatul ( I think we should( keep pad tinned

k 'our: ballots, decided this morningon Brevard. Other site locations taking sites under considerationfor County '. "J If they
the Adamuccl site in East considered by the Board of Con two months and had narrowed Differences of opinion were didn't want us to have it (the Hint cooperation on an throw( In the towel and give "I 1 too believe that t we should go
I Orange County for location of tho trol were much less desirable, the sites down to Orange and voiced in to the over thereand fight for Brevard,
yesterday regard site) they shouldn't have asked Orange: site would) be to dim thing/ to Orange Count -
some as much as 90 miles from Seminole Counties, eliminating but if the thing looks hopeless I
proposed Space University Brevard site selection Lee Wenner and us in the first place (to submit a vard advantage "If we t t i think we should fight to get I
sites beluvc
According to reports, the site Cape Kennedy County The Board Ire (W nne>r) and I
selection committee was dead The vote on the East Orange has been under considerable criticism George King felt that coopera site), cooperate," he has. thing for Brevard And don't should support the cast Orangesite
tailed. for four consecutive votes County site was 51. Chester from B/evard officials who tion with Orange County on the "We took and showed! them "Url'l ard might hato :('t, the Board' of Control since it would be to our bent
I between the Adamuccl site and Whittle of Orlando cast the only have implicated that Politics Adamncci site was essential to sites In good faith and they iluln for the Blue Stone site, decide ghee thing, The interest! "
the Blue Stone site in southwest negative vote for the site on the was involved in the site selection. Brevard now and both voiced show goal faith to us", Wickham near the Osceola county I'd' of Education decide Before the sessions ended yesUrday .
Orange County, last ballot Chairman Baya liar. Brevard Commissioners, Lee their belief that Brevard didn't continued. "\\'\' have the GENESYS, the thing will go Its not Chairman Wickham, witha
This cast Orange site, locatedone nson of St Petersburg, John Winner and George King Jr, have a chance to submit new Werner t took< the position of \\cnmr said, directing yet," Muldrew argued, half smile on his face, said to
mile north of Route :20, 11 Pace, Pensacola, Gert Schmidt of were present when the decisionwas sites Sen Bernard' Parriih In that he, ewer to Wukham, 'And I I (don t want us to go over the two Brevard representatives
miles east of Orlando and 25 Jacksonville Dr. Wayne McCallof made. They had been appointed Wickham was quick to jumpat too, felt (hit cooperation with lice this is the most ''' and( approve any Orange appointed to attend the site selection .
miles west of Titusulle, west Ocala and Dr Chas foremanof by Commission Chairman VV'crmcr statement of cooptr Orange: !I. ncitiisar) since there Republican Commissioner Si iiimuif; site I think Me hearings "I don't know
of the junction of routes :50 and It Lauderdale voted In favorof Joe \Vickham to attend the ation with Orange Mill be a constant fight: for funds Mill In'w of Melbourne keep fighting: for UrC\'urd whether or not we should senef
:520, was considered by many the Adamuccl site sessions today and to "do their "I'm not happy with the situa Inter to build the University: into the verbal melee \ in- might, get it." he con you (two with that attitude"

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GOOD GOVERNMENT Jaycee President Earl Spencer JAYCEE OF MONTH Jaycee President Earl
I (right) presents Good Government Award to Star. (right) presents Jaycee Of Month Award to Paul
Advocate Editor Robert Hudson. (S-A Photo,) bury. (S-A Photo)

) Agriculture Commissioner Doyle, Connor pre ,

BOSS Connor OF(left YEAR) presents- Boss Agriculture of Year Award Commissioner to Max Brewer Doyle- Jaycees Present DSA Boss Of Year (S-A Distinguished!Photo..) Service Award to' George Arnold. :

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George Arnold, Max] Brewer, award" for his work in December in agriculture-with the new quet, state vice.president ,
Robert Hudson and Paul Salisbury as chairman of the Christmas growth In Industry-just as farming Roberts installed Don $
4ire honored during last Parade in the entire nation Is under. as third vice.president and ''.
night PSA-Bosses Night Banquet Speaker at last night banquet, going changes, Hatcher and Jim Ilcrtzcl !
J?' Mea of, the Titusville .Junior held at Whispering Hills Country lie pointed to the capabilities ectors, a
JO'A Chambet of Commerce, Club, was State. Commissioner or of this nation in agriculture- Announcement( of the Bee'I )
Arnold:was presented with theDistinguished ,agriculture Doyle Connor, still the only nation capable of not the Month and Good a'u'1
Service Award, an active Jaycee, a pant "one of only taking care of al01\ its awards was made by
which goes annually to the young Florida's five outstanding young agriculture needs but also those Earl Spencer, who made
iMlsntsseMe + man for outstanding contribution mt'n" and a past "one of the) of many other nations, presentations! tJ f
e.t..f of leadership and character In United Statt s' 10 outstanding Hernia!' is embarrassed about Pat Blumer, who was
the community, young men" hating to purchase wheat and, of thet judges committee for ) ,
Brewer was named "Boss of Connor praised the Titusville other grains;: from nations not Bois of the Year and : I-r
the Year" Jaycees for their work in',the behind the iron curtain and I feel eel Service Award,
Hudson was presented with the community, particularly In' the that thii has done as much as these winners and Connor
NEW VICE-PRESIDENT State (vice-president Gene Good Government Award, which light of the period of terrific anything in recent years to publicly the presentations, s I
Roberts (right) installs Don Maddison as new Jaycee is given to a man or wnmin who( growth! change in personnel and demonstrate to the world Max Brewer was master .
third vice-president. has contributed outstanding goy the accompanying problems that the socialistic system can ceremonies, The invocation
DIRECTORS State Gene Roberts
ernmental or community service In discussing!' agriculture, Con not compete with the free enter. given by Rev Arnold Claus vice-president
Salisbury was presented with nor pointed out that Florida was pr'te' system," ho pointed out. IUI-t| t chairman was George ( ) install\ : new Jaycee directors Jim Hertzcl (left)
the "Jaycee of the Month" undergoing a transitional period Also during last nights ban lortinued( Dob Hatcher (center),

t rtE Saturn Due For Cape Monday I

The National( Aeronautics and stage which is fueled by liquid are tired, the 164-foot Saturn test of the S,1 first pounds of weight and 30 midnight Sunday in the Complex

Space Administration will at. hydrogen: and liquid oxygen will lift, off Pad 37 lIopt'rully.SlIme which hud its nine fuel! burning time 37 blockhouse aiming at I
extended six feet, adding countdown will start lit a 10,15 a.m. launch.
tempt Monday(! to sucessfully Plans call for placing the 38,000 10",4 minutes later the 84

launch Its fifth, and by far the pound second stage, intact, Into foot second stage, instrument
most complex, giant Saturn. Rocket orbit. making it the heaviest unit und payload will be in a Proceeds Help C AlikoDimes '
load ever placed in earth orbit. low earth orbit lasting at least
This time, the Saturn will About three seconds after the several days, maybe weeks, ;;
Carry a live Douglas secondCourthouse six 188,000 pound thrust cngires
Under certain conditions Drive Moving I

(wlicn oho satellite is in the
sunliglt! and the viewer is in '
To the shadow. ) it will easily be visible "Is my baby all right" and (there are depositories "The his rh ,,of Dimes offers
hope for today's victims, and for
to the naked It of the stores In Titus-
eye. This Is the Instinctive! millions of 'yetjUnborn; that the
E should be visible the next where donations may be
of every mother In the Intensiave search of March ofDimes
morning to at least the southerntier In !behalf of this project. \
Be ? day These Instruments of suppwtecf.,scientists will
1 IM I Expanded of states. tion have the natural Roberts, North Brevard speed the day when new knowledge

The launch will be accomplished til birth defects in their new for March\ of Dimes), Is of causes and preventionmay
_iiI I.IIF by the Kennedy Space babies, the fund' raising children the
The Brevard County Courthouse chase or condemnation" the prop FliGht Center, directed by Dr. Every other minute around and with his Titusville health thaiL1'thelr[: / birthright .
1c Is bulging" at the seams erty at the southwest corner of Kurt D bua. The Saturn development clock, another new mother '. March chairman, Mrs The Moth is March[ will take
North Brevard County Commissioner Palmetto and Palm, south of the is headed by Dr, the heartbreaking "No" to Richard! Is determined Triri4'Jan;
place on 28.Ir:\
Gus Faulk, the health office,
citing county
donations, to
Weinhcr Von Draun director of first question For area ease
c always unusual in the Mans call for building 208 Richards laid. than orientation
growth a an
r.II of millions of mothers
: the Marshall Space Flight Cen a million/ babies each year,
county and the subsequent growth feet long and 63 feet deep with
VI ter HunUville, Ala goes wrong before it begins year ( meetloi,will be held at In-
of business, square feet of floor
county submitted a 12,000 space dian River pltyTflr* station Sat
The March\ of Dimes, the >t'rt' pointed out today:
resolution and architect's rendering and 123 additional parking
spaces All! four previous Saturns !March\ of Dimes Is not just urday, at 3,00pm.. when Roberts
of an "annex"] to the courthouse The Initial building to be one \\'Ih! the inert second stages butl4td s year money raising will acaua% volunteers with
here to the board of com story, but Faulk explained, "It with water were com (that most people in these )' raising project for polio. the material ) used duringthe
'f In It the,* main tp-be
II missioners yesterday. is to have enough support to at pletely successful Elates believes, is solely for fact i II source march the-stated that coffee
for research Into
Hones* pglio stricken, asking
Faulk commission chairman of ford upper
and cake served during
courthouse facilities Although Ihe board accepted At liftoff, the Saturn will sad North Brevard ul all birth defect It wlUJjc;
told the
_2. ...'1.. ._ ....J commission that additional office the resolution calling for the weigh 1.124000 pounds ((562 HELP to correct help at a nationwide net the meeting volunteering:! and one Interested
In and offering
addition a definite tons) and develop the greatest mistakes to ease the of March of Dimes financed
GOLIATH OF ROCKETS The mammoth Saturn rocket space must be found and after' necessary their time* to the march,
stands with Majestic "noee pointing skyward ready thorough study, felt the annex cost t or) starting date was not thrust of any known rocket in aches' to give help defects centers across the should attend the meeting.Roberts ,
for blast off Fueling "arms" extend to feed giant, to would be in the best interest of mentioned. Faluk said that he the world over 1,500,000 pounds. hope to the millions of where specialists provide said 'Vlrt Chief Jim
give it the strength to place the world' heaviest object the county fo. ture facility would estimate the cost about Primary purposes of the flightare In the world today, most advanced care for ,
bodies Brown hat to sound the
( freed
or young
demonstrate of Toe March of Dimes in
will take growth $123000 and the construction : separation
into orbit. The firing place Monday. (S-A
Photo. Faulk proposed in his resolution beginning about the end of this the stages, the second stagepropul way, through the efforts of threatened by birth de. lire sirens in fall sections of the
) to "acquire by gift put year or the beginning of 1965 .ion system and it con- niineied residents of North h. MARCH On Page *


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\ Daughter Mother BanquetPlans And o '''round town II

/ for the first annual
with News Arid Notes / !Mother and Daughter Banquetwill 267-4151 27.34 with barbara ,
be formulated Monday at a

c, North Brevard meeting of Titusville Unit No.
1, American Legion Auxiliary News of another big event AU women of the parish have week, but we're glad to hear

S p.m. at the Legion Horn, The scheduled during thefirst weekof beD Invited to attend the reception they are "feeling much better

banquet will be on February 10. February has just reached to meet the officers, now. Donn was released toda\

Also on the agenda are plans us. The Epsilon Delta Chapterof members and several special and Is back In the comforts of(

for the annual Americanism Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority guests Including Mrs. Joal Fey his own home
1.: < 1' meeting on February 24, which is sponsoring, a dessert-carcl ers, it., of Daytona' Beach and

'Miss Wey Is 'I ;" Rainbow Girls J will be open to other patriotic organizations party on Feb. S In the community past officers of the club. They

%,,. Sf I; I and, anyone interested room of Citizens Bank to will view displays of committee Mrs Damon Hutzler of Ft
In hearing Arthur Toll speak benefit the North Brevard Re workings and accomplishmentsof Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph

Engaged To I Officers Are : on Communism and see a new habilitation Center. the C.W.C.Hostesses Hutzler of Grand Rapids, MichIgan -

'I'Ia ., I, )> film. Sorority members met Tuesday for the tea will be and Nokamis\ Fla.. wen

evening at the home of Mrs Mrs Robert Feeney, member visitors of Mrs. Roy Roberts and
:::David Duncan | Installed HereMiss The new unit colors will b! dedicated Richard Brady, 230 Key Mad- ship chairman; Mrs. Vevera, family while in Titusville recent
at this Americanism
: e-ria Dr., to work out final arrangements. Club hostess and Mrs. Moquin. ly. Affectionately known b)
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Wey of Kathy Gibson was installed meeting with guests from many Mrs. Jack V. Miller According to C.W.C. president, friends as "Mae", Mrs. Hutzlei

Daytona Beach are announcing as the 9th Worthy Ad. other units and posts In the 12th of Spruce Hills was selected Mrs. James D. Brown, this will asked to be remembered to her

the engagement and approaching | visor of Titusville Assembly No. 1 District. general chairman, along with be the first opportunity for the many friends here
marriage of their daughter | Initiation' was Held for nine Mrs Harvey Girard. refresh women to use a recently donated
for Girls
Order of Rainbow ,
Mary Ruth, to David I. Duncan of ...'1t, 99, new members at Tuesday's joint ments and Mrs. Brady, decorations silver tea service.
Titusville. here theme being "In Love and ceremony- with the Titusville and tickets. Theme for the Anyone without transporation Titusville (Florida) Star Advocate

Miss Wey was graduated from 'II 1t, Service" and her son, "My Post No 1 Four of those receiving decorations will center around to the tea is requested to call nlnhll.h.,1: l 5550Wbtteed """

Mainland! High School in Daytona ,, ". Task., which was sung by Linda ? obligation were junior hearts, diamonds, spades and Mrs. Vevera at 267.08S9 for arrangements

I Eeach! In 1961. She is now attend.i\ ,'1-,:. Sandu' ky. members of the unit bringingthe clubs. Mondays,
'0<. "
Junior Col- f'1Miss total junior members to 23. Wcclnciriayi A t rlilay.By .
ing Daytona 100 relatives and Drawings for prizes will beheld -- riluivllla etchAAvurat.
| loge and Is employed by General .. a over t I Ii The juniors will organize at a through-out the evening according e ., I no.
friends witnessed the impressive Mrs. Cleveland Talmadge was At The Star I.dvocsts
Electric. She has been a frequent meeting following! the Mother to Mrs. Miller, from atel.ctlon Rulldln
ceremony, Saturday.The the charming hostess of a des 88 Main Street.
visitor here for the past two Mary Ruth Wty i and Daughter Banquet, electing of nearly 70 gifts donated Tltuivllle, Fla.
five officers were escorted bridge party in her lovely
top I
years. I Id their own officers, and appoint. by merchants from the entire
Mr. Duncan Is the Ion of Mrs. by their fathers, while r lag chairman to committees corresponding home at 29 Fern Ave. Thursday MhMHEKlMurlA :
Brevard' County area. Tickets I>r*.. A..ui 1 M. E. Harmon of Titusville and the other 15 officers were escorttd to those of the senior may be purchased or reservations afternoon honoring two friends, "' nitlnrlnl ,t.nnrlnllon

a E. H. Duncan of Waycross, Ga. Dental Society by the DeMolay Boys of Ti- I at group Girls who are daughters made by phoning Mrs. Mrs. R. A. Poston and Mrs. W. Henry ]r. Hudson, Prei.
was graduated from Main Holds tusville. Those installed were: I 4 fr of members of the American D Matthews, visiting here from Mr.. Haul' 8. Hudson Y-P.
Auxiliary Brady at 2G7-1861. .
Robert H.
tile High in 1961 and moved to associate advisor, Legion, or of a deceased Bell Glade.Attending.
In 1962. He Is employed Luncheon MeetingThe Worthy member of the armed forces during the party were Mrs. 3eoond.Clas vIII..
I by Pan American at Cape Ken. Brevard County Dental Barbara Ziegler; charity, Dene- I wartime, are eligible. We hear Ed Baggett Sr., finance Clyde Foward: Mrs. John Nelson

J nedy. held luncheon Ida Scott; hope, Sharon Gault; I officer at the Titusville Mrs Gilbert Hutchinson, Henry Robert H.H.Hudson Hudson Publisher Editor
The yaung couple plan to be Society Auxiliary a faith, Dianne McCoskey; recorder I The many guests at Tuesday's Mrs. Douglas Barnhart, Mrs. David Dunn Adverting MITWilliam .
meeting at the Byrd Plaza Post Office, had quite a successful O. Ly.rly, Circulation Mar
included Ruth
married Feb. 8 in Beach meeting
Daytona Marsha Trimble; treasurer, John Flake Mrs. Max Brewer,
: at the Church of Jesus Christ of Tradewinds Cafeteria, Tuesday, Adrainne Bornholdt; chaplain, s Bell, 12th District President, who fishing expedition Sunday Mrs Phillip Crannell, Mrs. Sid Subscription Rates.

:Latter Day Saints Chapel. January 21. Patty Bell; drill leader, Beverly served as initiating officer;; much to the amazement of all Carraway and Mrs. Carl By Carrier In North BrevaM
I ney 1 Tr |7.80 0 Mo. 14.00 3 Mo 1200
Mrs. Wm. Peters of Mel- Johnson; love, Nancy Lankford; Mrs Margaret Sords, Historianfor those fishing around him. It Threlkfld. For dessert the
: Suzanne Ford Department of Florida Auxiliary seems Ed landed one "good siz By Mall In Florida
Oaks Religion, ; na
Whispering bourne presided at the meeting; I guests enjoyed a delicious I Yr. IUO 5 Mo. $3.50 a 1Ho $200Outsids
ture, Gayle Carpenter; immortality ; and Mrs. Elsie Chilcotte, ed" whiting after another chocolate puddin'-cake with
;Garden Circle Mrs. Dominic Scalera gave a I district sergeant at (weighing about 2.3 Ibs. each) Florida
-srms assisted
Loretta Pugh fidelity .
; .
of her college I whipped cream and coffee ye 5 11II 41 Nn ".011 a M. .2.50
poetic description In the ceremonies Unit and ending with a pail full
The annual covered dish lunVhcon Paula Stamp; patriotism, Patsy I up
Mrs. Fini Sharp; Mrs. members who also were the ((19 20) while else
on )
Shaw; inner observer, Martha rt everyone
The of
of the Whispering Oaks Eau Gallic Boeing Wives Titusville
F. Vann of
Russell team were Mrs. Vera Gaudet, just watched enviously, catching
Arnold; outer observer, Darlene I EXPERT
Garden Circle was held Monday, similarly described Mrs RobertDownt'y are having a white elephant
unit president Mrs. Bea Barn- nothing Ed's secret? He
:'January 20, at the home of Mrs. of Indian Harbor Burrows; musician, Linda ; auction sale tonight in the friendship WATCH
ard, unit secretary and past district was using shrimp while the
Sandusky choir director, Patsy
tT. L. Watts on Smith Dl'ive.I Hambel ; REVUE Miss room at First Federal Say
Beach and Mrs. Wm. MODELS IN REPAIRS ,
; Mrs. Mae others mullet. When )
Hay- were
Futch. Members in the choir ; using I
Each member of togs & Loan at 8:00
I prepared one while Beginning :
described of
were Phyllis Carter, Linda Hoi- Paula Conway, daughter Mrj nes. unit historian and Mrs his shrimp ran out, the fish
her favorite recipes and a dellcious !- members guessed identi! p.m. the women will auction off
lunch was served buffet other ley, Linda Busby, Nova Ramsey, and Mrs. J. P. Conway, 524 Hop Jennie Gentile,. unit chaplain.The stopped biting, but we under. numerous items with the pro I
ties.! Post also initiated nine stand there were still several delicious S
e Mtylc from a table beautifully Donna McAllister, Nancy Dick. kins Street, Titusville, modeled] ceeds being used to support their
Peters appointed a nominating orison, Argyle Cozort, Judy Min members, with Jack Bell, District fish dinners around town
'decorated: with a centerpiece of Mrs. in the annual Gulf Park Spring'Fashion candidate in the Winter Carnival EXPERIENCED.
of Miller Commander, serving as initiating following this trip.
committee comprised er, Pat Green, Pam ,
red carnations and white babY'1breath Revue which was heldin queen contest, Mrs. William REGISTERED
surrounded by white Mrs Wm. Hambel, Mrs. James Nancy Maitlen, Georgians Futch. officer: There were Clark. The proceeds will be
tapers in silver holders.A Clark and Mrs. Donald Spore. Members of the newly install the Gulf Park College Auditorium many visiting Legioniers from Glad to hear Mrs. Beth Scobieof used as "monetary votes" and WATCHMAKERS .

report was given by Mrs. The location for the March ed Advisory Board are: mother Long Beach, Mississippi other posts in the district, and 1112 So. Riverside Dr. will will eventually benefit the Titus To repair your time piece elee

F. W. Griffin, circle chairman, luncheon Is to be announcedlater. advisor, Mrs. Mable Trimble; on Thursday night, their wives were present. be having the patch on her right \illd Civic Center building fund. quality tropically, workmanship.and to assure you of
chairman of the board, Mrs. January 16. Costumes, consist- Refreshments were served eye removed this weekend.
on the card party held Dec.;' 17 Refreshments will be served and Gt the type of Watch Repair
at the home of Mrs. Richard Betty Bell; secretary, Mrs. Jean ing of cruise clothes, daytime, following the impressive cere- Beth, a deputy clerk in Curtis the public is invited. You can depend on.

Andrews Home Richards; members;> Mrs. Doro cocktail, and evening dresses, monies. Barnes office at the courthouse,
D. A. R Meets
; r Mrs. Bertha De- furnished stores in New
thy McCoskey, were by has been taking it easy since
Donn and En Searle of 1610
The circle planted a Mimosa a ChambersJewelars
Of Mrs. Schenck' Mond Mrs. and the Mississippi! Jan. 9 when her
ThelmarBmglumt Orleans on. -Tourist Club Slates eye was operated Bluebird Ct. started
tree on the Parkway outaldifc f*.... .. > out on what
"Robertr o"riih6rd't Ramerand
'Lacy' Th'S Gulf Park'
Coast in
Gulf on at the Holiday Hospital
Whispering Oaks on Jan. 17 in" The Indian River Chapter, Dessert Card PartyThe was to be a delightful trip to
W. S. Austin Spring Fashion Revue is one of Orlando, but Is anxious to return '
commemoration of Arbor Day. Daughters of the American Revolution Miami last Thursday, got as far ,
Mrs. Griffis and Mrs. C. M. met Tuesday at the The Installing officers for the the outstanding events of the Tourist Club will hold a to work now. as Pompano and had to return I'
Mississippi Coast area. This is the first time Beth has of The Better Kind"
Brimer were also present at home of Mrs. A. K. Schenck, ceremony, who did such a wonderful dessert card party at the Cham became of illness. They were "Jewelry

the Art League when a Florida with Mrs. Thomas Smith as co- job, installing officer, ber of Commerce building Monday been away from her job for any back home by Monday and by Convenient' Terms

holly, donated by three of the hostess. were Past and Jr. Worthy Ad Pink Lady Schedule night. January 27th, at 730.: length of time since she began Tuesday Dona had entered the Plrtl. Plaia, Titwsvllle

Garden circles, was planted.A The Regent, Mrs. S A. KittIes visors: Virginia Kloss; chaplain, for Prizes will be awarded and the working in the Circuit' CourtClerk's hospital in Winter Park. Both t'I 267.7893:
made Mrs welcomedMrs. The Pink Lady schedule public Is Invited. office in July 41, so we had quite a seige of the flu this
report was by III, presided and Marsha Trimble; recorder, Adrl- l
Pllrrlsh Memorial Hospital well appreciate how she
B. K. Schultz chairman of the of Jess The newly installed officers of can
Jesse Miller, a member anne Bornholdt; marshall, Sandy
for week January 26 through fuels about "getting back to
club project. Flowering trees the Owatonna, Minn. Chapterand Trimble; mus'clan!' Sarah Cour- the club are Evelyn Amman, NEW LOCATION!
February 1 is as follows: president Sarah Brown, vice work.
wiU he planted throughout the Mrs. Douglas, Miller asguests. son ;
Whispering Oaks development. Sunday Jan 26. After president; Bessie Cabella, secretary -
Members of the committee plan A social hour followed with noon: M. Doerrler, J. Skinner, and Jewel Soals, treasurer. Mrs. Charles Conners, a former -

to make a trip to a nursery She announced that Mrs. Collins cake, coffee and punch being ser C. Young; Evening: M. N. Cas resident of Titusville Trailer :220 Hwy 50 Indian River City 267.2863
has been accepted as a memo ved, after which a dance for the on, H. Conner
sometime this month to arrange Park for short
the ber of the chapter by the Nation Rainbow Girls and DeMolay Monday, Jan. 27 Morning!' man, A. Jackson; Evening: .
purchase of these visit with Mr and Mrs. Charles
trees. til Society and read the -welcometo Boys, with ethers joining' in, M. Ramsey, A. Newkerk; after Bell, M. Monhollon.
new members from the hand rounded out the memorable noon; W. Howe, B. Nunnally; Saturday, Feb. 1st After Enright of 208 Lemon Ave., on

The program this month was book. evening. Evening: M. Long, B. Youmans, noon: C. Hagler, N. Shields; her way to Boca Raton. Mrs
prepared by Mrs P. W. Schmld, Conners, accompanied by her
The Continental Congress C. Williams. Evening: N. Knight, L. Hepner.
who gave a talk on "Floweringtrees aunt, plans to stop again on her SELECT LOVELY I ROOM!
meets Washington, D. C., I
in Student Loan Fund Morning
28 ;
and vlnex native to our 2123. Representing the Tuesday, Jan. return trip home.
area". She set forth the methodsby April Continues To GrowThe F. Young, L. Pettit F. Tuten; --
which these trees are propagated chapter, besides Mrs. Kittles, Afternoon: M. Kraus, E. Thompson -. If you have real estateto Members of St. Teresa's I

and the various types will and Mrs be Mrs.A. James K. Schenck.H. Whitaker student loan fund being ; Evening: P. Filer, B. sell or It you are Catholic Woman's Club are busy COLORS THE

which are best suited to our raised by the Woman's Club of Mathison, N. Russell W. Strom. making linen tea napkins for
for choice rear
particular area. The State Conference will be Titusville, Inc., received a substantial Wednesday, Jan. 29 Morning looking their annual membership reception -

held March 31, April 1 and April boost from last Monday's : D. Whitakcr! H. Lloyd, G. estate, use our classi, Jan. 30 in the home of EASY I WAY l li J
Miriam Circle Meets 2 at the George WashingtonHotel (Jan. 20)) card party held) at the Vopelak; Afternoon: K Goethe, fied columns. Mrs. John Moquin, 1103 Lane

in Jacksonville, and dele Woman's Club Building. K. Glerum; Evening: T. Ken' Ave.
Members of the Miriam Circleof .ateselectedwere Mrs. Beatrice nedy, E. Chaudoin, T. Howard'', I I
the First Presbyterian Church! The parties areheld on the '
Gould and Mrs. Alton Crutch- Thursday, Jan. 29 Morning:
held their first meeting in the third Monday evening! of each
new year Wednesday January field, with Mrs. H. T. Williams, month, with all proceeds goingto L. Waklmg; Afternoon: W. y41,1 Ll,

15, at the home of Mrs. Jessie Mrs. Fred Bell Mrs. J. H. this fund Whalen; Evening: S. Balongue, \ fr t

Peppers.Mrs. Whitaker and Mrs. Bertha Mrs. Beatrice Gould was the N. Knight, M. Spears.

Laey Ramer, chairman, Stringer named as alternates. winner of the door prize at Mon. Friday, Jan. 31 Morning;

opened the meeting with 11 memo The annual rummage sale is to day's party, with table prizes going I D. Holland; Afternoon: R. King-

bers and two guests, Mrs. Annie be held at the Chamber of Commerce to Miss Vcndol Ray and Mrs. Bee Jewelers"Your

Mae Rawling and Little Lauren' building, Saturday, Feb-- R. E. Henderson, Mrs. David Ellis WHISPERING HILLS Jay

Barley, present. runty 8, and committees were op- Mrs. Leona Sawyer, and Mrs.J COUNTRY CLUB \

Mrs. Peppers conducted the pointed. J. Condcs. SHERWIN
devotional from the "Study Guide Mrs. Wiley Fisher served the CATERS TO BANQUETS Neighborhood Jeweler"IS WITH OUR NEW 1964 WILLIAMS;
Mr*. Don Sisson, the chapter's
refieshments. The next ) will
on Colossians and Philbplarn"giving
the general Introduction to National Defense Chairman, be held on February 17th. OF ALL KINDS NOW OPEN! COLOR HARMONY GUIDE

the theme "Be What You Are." spoke on "The Resolutions! of the I :=1

Mrs. Lois Wisby gave an Inter National Society's 72nd Continental ..Takes the guesswork out of home deco
esting lesson from the Study Congress which was held In INDIAN RIVER PLAZA Helps select
Guide on Southern Asia and the In April" Her talk was both b.o.p. Furniture rating. you paint colors that will
bring the most beauty) to
United Presbyterians", Her topic informative and interesting. your rooms.

*a* 'The Tapestry of Southern The Regent announcer that : Bringing You ..
Asia." February is "American History BORROW YOUR COPY TODAY...NO CHARGEI

Following the close of the meetIng Month" and also that Mrs. R. O OF TITUSVILLE DIAMONDS WATCHES

: the hostess served delicious Angle, State Regent, will be OPEN A COMPLETE LINE

apple pie topped with Ice cream, guest: speaker at the February COMPLETE JEWELRY LINESand CHARGE ARTIST SUPPLIES
also- cheese, coffee and tea. meeting. FURTHER FINALREDUCTIONS

The next meeting will be held During this social hour which ACCOUNT! BTUf

February 26 with Mrs. Hope MeCuskey. followed refreshments were served Featuring ila Quality .

by the hostesses. Watch and Jewelry Repairing to S Months 19 Pay I GRUMBACHER

Jewelry Remodeling Diamond Ht Carry/A/ ChargedSherwin ___

LEARN EARN Complete closeout must be accomplishedby Setting Stringing. Engraving Bead Williams Paints

Secretarial Courses February 1st.B. Bring Your Jewelry Problem To Us I

YO\l111ike the way w. do business.
Classes Now Formingf


No Reasonable Offer Refused I DECORATING

River Plait Indian Rim City
I Ile. s; WASHINGTON AM 7-7324,
1538 SLWaahlngioa 267-1181 I Open Sunday (Afior Cfcuxch) L 'til 6 P.M. "T1a. Slot With A Consd.*cV' TITUSVILLE.. FLA.



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January 24, mi Tltusvlll.FlerMaStar( ) A
Gilbert, S C.. it+ (the. death oiMri Armistead Named -
Mrs. James
"..wi .. .. ......,. I Kabers brother Hornet Dr Pauline Frrtch. director) of Returned To Base

Warner the new Brevard\ County Mental SPS William E. Edwards returned -
April 1 Crusade Chairman Health Clinic In Cocoa will be the
to Ft Mytr\ Arlington,
JU"'I, piety speaker for the January 27th
; V4I., vlnt with hit
after a holiday
Little Miss Charier Roof celehrated Mrs James Armistead ofRoeklf'dgt' volunteer leaders from all states meeting of the Titusville High
School P.T.S.which will beheld parents Mr and Mrs Ester Ed.
her fourth birthday at t
I has been namedpril east of the Mississippi RiverIn
? + her here' January 22. On handto Crusade Chairman of the Bre accepting the, appointment in tthe auditorium beginning!: wards and family of Sun Road,

her celebrate were: at 8:00: p.mi Indian River City. Specialist Edwards .
h help yard Unit of the American Cancer Mrs Armistead said 'There

.1 r r Phil Pool. Bobbl and Jackie Society The appointmentwas were approximately 65000 vol. Is assistant barracks sergeant

Ballmgton\ Keith Walker Davie announced by Dr Mary tniters\ who participated in the i is a member of the CocoiRorklcdfio itont and General works the under the Tram-Adj-
}Myers Dykes Everett Kerry Cathr>'ne Park :Morritt\ Island iwn Cancer Crusade, Volunteers Garden Club Citizen
lunation Courier office In the
Mack, Gregory Thompson Mrs president of the Brevard t'nit' from across the length and Scholarship Fund of Central Bre Pentagon: While on the firing

Joe Lee Walker, Mrs Charles breadth of Florida from every vard St.Iuk'i!
Mrs Armistead attended the Episcopal range!: m recent field exercises atIt
Thompson, Mf. Roy Everett economic and social stratum American Cancer Society Crusade Meade he qualified as expert
and Mrs Charles Poole. These wonderful people are the State Committeewoman from ,
Specialist Edwards is a
Kick Off Meeting in Pittsburgh
The children played a numberof heart and soul of our program nrr\ard County Titimillc High
Friday. Jan. 17, with National ,
limes and enjoyed delicious without. them the dollars would -----
cake and punch. The little Crusade Chairman former not come and without the dollarsthe '

MIlS received many nice gifts Gov. George M. Leader of search for a cure for Cancer CUSTOM
+ Pennsylvania. and Crusade Vice
would I be retarded

f I play day Play for DayA the membersof Chairman PaUdion General It Gen Davidson Garrison ii '.A Crusade volunteer' is the MADE E e 11 a

1 \]
the North Brevard Hors.mlnClub Commanding General First most t devoted and dedicated of ll

United States Army Fort Jay. all public servants To them we
was held at their Arenaon I 11"
Tonatoe Farm Road west of Governors! Island New York are .grateful: and we look forward I DRAPERIES l

Mimi, Sunday January 19.E Attending the daylong Pittsburgh to their continued support as vol : ;

-',. ... =-- Miss Sally Broderick and Miss meeting were !some 400 unle'raln the 19M Crusade. Their i
and determination In
.,., Bobbie Anderson made up the experience I AT READY MADE
the that to
following program both Mims and Titusville will convincing public

Western Pleasure Open: 1st attend a Beauty and I'air: Styling 'cure more give more' Is In.j PRICES!

..p p place Sally Broderick; 2nd. Show January 26 to 27, at valuable to the! success of I

place Michael Coffy the Cherry Plaza in Orlando, progressive fight against cancer
DANENBURG HOME This "bit of and south end of the home. The home is Western Equestrian Open: 1st. Planning to. attend are Miss ."" GREEK McMORRIS
old South' is the new home of Mr. and situated in a grove across U S. 1 from place Sally Broderick; 2nd. Rubie Curry, Mcil Rankin Mrs Mrs. Armistead Is a lifelong:

Mrs CV Danenburg and is on U. S. 1 Mims Elementary School Danenburgis place Michael Cotfy. Pat Coffv Mrs! Evelyn] Amman resident ot Central Brevard and UPHOLSTERINGAM
I in Mims. The home was purchased recently owner of Danenburg Realty in Titus.
Cloverleaf Open: lit. place Lewis Tussy and Miss a graduate of William and, Mary

and remodeled by Mrs. Danen ville (S-A Photo) Kay Hendrix, 2nd. place Steve Mary Kay Vopelak College!: Richmond Virginia She
burg adding a wing on both the north Steburg 7-1399-543 U. S. 1 I. R. C.
when they g-t';; thplrChiro.praetor ,
Running Lead Open: lit place
NO CURE? and he! corrects the OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
Mims i Area Happenings Fred Burnett; 2nd place Dick
cause of their illness the aches
ClarldzeMusical. By DR C. H. PRIOR
( Tires Open: 1st place and pains naturally leave as I FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN I

I Steve Steburft; 2nd. place Vaughn Today their health return!
Baptist Set Witnessing people are
Day Chiropractic deals with Cause
and Fffccts Illness is
The Flag Race Open: 1st. of illness!

place Alphon Threlkeld; 2ndplace i thru Chiroi i.l'fIn effect Chiropractors have FINISHED WIDTHS, INCLUDINGALL
enlist relatedto Mrs. Thomas
Witnessing: CampaignFirst to people already (c1 were given by
Steve -i practic for made a special study of local
Baptist Church of Mimsis the Church thru Sunday Price. LABOR & MATERIAL
Coot Scramble: 1st. place Kay t t. which there ing and correcting the cause of _
entering a Sunday School Wit School and other organizations. Mrs I L. L. Cantrell gave a Hendrix 2nd place Linda Chase. was toube .... decease With the cause corrected FlnlthvdLenorh l 2'' J 4'' 'f I ?

nessing Campaign January 27 The program will be led by the very impresive program on "The ; I, posed Dr. PRIORChlropraetie health follows. Chiropractic 3'71" I 16" 20"144'- *-

to the 31. Special Evening Conference pastor, Rev. Joseph Boatwright, Women of The Bible". She was Pule Bending Open: 1st place J no cure may be the only avenueto (Inchat) '1 -- --
Steve Dick
to be held on Monday and will involve all Sunday itsmted l by Mrs. Courtney Porter Steburg; 2nd. place \, is bringing: hope health open to you. Invest!. Val Thru V"-' 4. O"I I 7.20' '.40' '1170 '14.30'
thru Wednesday at the Church School and Training Union t and Mrs. Grover C. Wright. Prizes horse ..and health to people everywhere gate -2S"Thru.6"-I-.10-1-| UO.'I--12060. -.'li.1011.10

from 7:00: to 8:30: p.m. workers and the active Deacons. Mrs Leonard Gaetano read a brushes, curry given combs were hoof who have been told they Onof! a aeries of articles 7"'"Thru SI' -|-700-i-'10,M : "1440 .1I.30'21.10!

The Campaign is an mtensi poem: Intitled "Teach me to cleaners saddle could not get well. They are published to explain and Illus: "37'""Thru 71" -| 100'- 111.10 1 116.40 20.10"24,30-

fied week long project designed Circle MeetingsThe Pray." Refreshments of ambrosia I.ap.H.I learning; that relief from aches irate the practice of chlropractic -73'"7hro-l4'' I "8.25I-_' -15.00 | It.40 I 24,40 | '29.30-

Published Dr. H.
Alice Gaventa Circle cookies coffee and Tea were and pains cannot be classed by "'- '2710 33.20
IN Tin: < IK II r (01 KT 01- Tilt: Prior whose office Is locatedat IS Thru ,, | IOM' |i U.* rSJOO| |(1-

.MXTII> I-OK JlllHIU IHf 1 I c nt''r\. IHIIir.. 11MI'MI INVM :. meets Monday night at 7:30: p.m. served to: Mrs Thomas Price The Adair Style ShoW' with getting well. On the other 1334 S Washington Ave., -<7" Thru101'-I-I| 11.10 11,00a" .:.. f 25.20 .i-31.10! (' _"."-
Staff of
V \ >>>. lOT \Tt:. Ot MOKIOVIN in the home of Mrs D. L Mrs M. Keefe Mrs. W S Beauty hand they have learned that Phone 2C7.3187.
C.. tNt .Kl :NO W1.1..,% Pritchard.The Austin Mrs. Leonard Gaetano, I ---
DANK:, a New York corporation Elizabeth Watkins Circle }Mrs Bernard Roberts, Mrs. I

VI. Plaintiff meets at the First Baptist Courtney Porter Mrs John '.

ROSS A. GRIFFIN and PATRICIA Church Tuesday morning at Taylor Mrs Grover C Wright

ANN GRIFFIN Ml wife. et al.n..fenlanl.. .. 9:30: a.m. A nursery will be provided (and. Mrs. L. L. Cantrell.

:Miru' E: ot MI n l.
Dwayne R. Hawklne and,I J.anB The Eola Andrews Circle Mims Person Is .
rite Hawkins. hit wife. ROMA
I Griffin and atrlila Ann meets Tuesday evening at the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fox of

Orlffln Each and hli eeverally wife. whole re tome of Mrs Truman Taylor, Franklin, N C., are visitors ol
I realdpnce la unknown at 7:30: p.m. .law .Be Ou (Jue&f. B/Uug ttte F l.
and all pnrtln claiming: IntereitaB ; their daughter and son-In ( ...... .t :- .

through under or aaln.l tine Mr and Mrs. Larry Sharpe, and ; r
said Dw.yne R. Hnwklnn. and Joan- The Progressive Class of the laughter KJmberly I I
rite B. Itawkinr'bin, wih and Roan

Interval Improvemenla claiming A.hi.' YOU.Jrlffln wife. AND,In to and and the have EACH all thereon Patricia real.any parties.Oi"property right Ann YOU herein having. Griffin title hereby with deacrlbed. .or or. ', presiding Mims Smith the home Methodist with of Scripture Mrs.Mrs.Church John Charles and met Taylor Pray-F.in I Wyckoff and Mr Mrs and N Gayle Mrs J. are Henry Pennington guests Douma of Mr Mr ol [? [;1 @3 j1@33[; [ ( @[3 ,{!

take notlc. that a pull ban been and Mrs. Maynard and families
f filed agalnat you la the above atyled I' Tilt: C IHf liT 1'111 HT U" Tit 110
Court. The nature of the putt la toUofecloie :"Tit H lilt 111. ('IlitIIf. I1Hu \ in Dixie Villiage
that certain mortgage recorded 11)11. ItMt\\KIJ: (01 'ITtl.UIIIII' \.
June 2. UbO In Official Rec
soda Book Sap page Soft, Public RecU IHI'Fkl1)1111: : <(< Mrs. Nora Roark of Hialcah Chicken. with all the trimmings
orda of Brevard County, Florida FIRST FFDERAI! HAVING!' AND
Iencumbering j the herelnafur dencrlbqtr ; LOAN ASSOCIATION OK/ OK is here visiting her daughter,
real property. The name of the LAN DO. a corporation Mr. Emma Lewis and grandchildren .
,Court In which old I suit la pending Plaintiff
'la the Circuit Court of the Ninth v. .
tllclal Circuit In and far the HOWARD WEBB and I IRMA JEAN __
County of Brevard. Mate of Florida I. WKBB his wife. SATURDAY SUNDAY- 10 AM to 4 PM
;tin l Chancery. No J75j5:; and the ab- D..fend.nu. Miss DeAnn Duff who Is o
/brevlated title. uf the caae U The (f'l.tHK': :NOTUF: Or 10 \I.t:
Manhattan Havlnm Bank a New Notice la hereby given that undera student at Florida Southern ColItfio .
York corporation lalntlff. va Ron Decree of foreclosure and .
: Griffin and Patricia Ann Urn"Ii. entered by the Judge of the In Lakeland spent the past
i'A. wife. et. al D..f..ndant. Court of the Ninth Judicial (' .Ie// weekend with her parents, Mr. "\ 11TYIVIlt1
The lion of the real prop In and for Brevard County,
involved!rl In gold ault and del on the 20th day of January 14. and Mrs Lyle Duff "'
'icrthed' In the complaint la aa fol. a certain clone .between Flnt Fed Nera
!Owls eral) Savings and I Loan Association / 14011 rM.AIIN
i[ Lot 2"S, HAMPTON: HONES of Orlando a corporation plaintiff. Mr. and Mrs Julian Kaiser i e1M' /
I fclBDIVISlOV!\ l'NIT NO 6. ac. and Howard Webb and Irma Jean rt/Nf :
i cording to plat. thereof. ai recorded Webb his wife. et al. defen land. ROCKET ; R\\a/ ,
I In Plat Book 13. page being Chancery No. 27102 I will. sell J.OTICINOTtCF : y"
I 81. Public Recordi of Brevard at public auction to the hlfheat and OF FINAL: REPORT : 1 .
County Florida "b.''1 bidder for cash .t the front AND APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE CI7y
YOU: AND EACH OF YOU are door of the Courthnu.e In Tltuavllk'. All person are hereby no-
,required to file your answer to the Brevard County, Florlda at the lifted! that the und r.Io.d ai 1.x-
'Complaint with the Clerk of the ,our of 11:00: o'clock. A.M.. on router of the Estate of Ida M. Field.
..a bo re styled Court an d I nerve a copy Monday the llth day of February decreed. haa completed his admlnleIratlon { M/UOyen
thereof" upon Plaintiff' Attorney JWM. Ike following I described' prop and filed. bin final report and "'TVI
I .
STEWART L.. AYERS, whnae. aid; erly: application! far el*:barge In the
.rose la Poet Office Box 802. Eau Lot IS. Block a of PLAT OF County Judge. Court of Hrevard e OHIKNOO IS M ICS i. COCOA It Mill! MHtOIMNt 41 M 1C I
Gallic Florida. not later than the CANAVERAL according the County Florida. at the County 111ViVlllt 21 MIIS e CAIAVtHAl )t Mllll a MADIIN riAKI II Mill
'.'I day of February A D. 1X1) aa plat thereof aa recorded In Plat CourlhoiiM al Tltuavllle. Florlla. ,: : ,
required by law else. a Decree. Pro Hook 11. page 1. of the Public Objectlona thereto If any, ahould "be ..
Confeiao will be entered against Recordi of Brevard County duly filed with aall court Aftertile I ';
you and each of you Florida publication of thli noil",a. laid
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have CURTIS R. BARNEJt Clerk application will come on for final
hereunto set. my hand and afflxel Bya/ Bertie Hall D.C. hearing .before acid Court Dite l .
the official teal of said Court' atfTHuivllle David: W. Hedrlck of the firm of thin January twentieth, 1904 JOHN '"
( 1 Drevard County riurlda: ClLtS. HEDtUCK HOMINgON I' II HIIEIARn ai Executer of the : DRIVE OUT TO ROCKET CITY
:this 2Snl day nf January A.D, 1DH4CIRTH Ian South Court Street Eolale. of Ida M. Field 1. ...deceased t
R BARNk.8: I ICI.rk .Orlando Folrlda .d
Brevard of County the Circuit Florida Court I Jan Attorneyi 24 (Frl for) 1M4 Plaintiff Jan Florlla 24 SI. Feb T. 14 (frl) 1M4 We'll fl'ryou and.your.family a delicious FREE BARBECUE LUNCHEON for the \ ; ,.
BT '.1 Berlin Hall I : tI ;

(SEAL OF THE Deputy CIRCUIT Clerk I COURT) I privilege of. telling and showing you the fabulous opportunities for sound investments ;,:; "'(

Stewart' << U Ayers
kAtterner Pont Office for nox Plaintiff Wi'FiU Brevard Lumber Company I' that await you now at ROCKET CITY. No cost or obligation! Take our free land tour .u'l.,,

'Jan Gallle.4. 31., Feb Florida T. 14 tFrIJ! ) 1964IN READY- -IN-TRANSIT CONCRETES and WE'LL EVEN PAY FOR YOUR GAS! {,
: \lq" t w.< t'1>Jt
lull.tng Material Lumber .
: Paint
Tilt: C'IIIrI 1,11\1.IT C'lIt IlM/llf.Ito II" Tilt Ia: 0 m Hardware 'J- =::. =::. =::. .: .:::' -.. '
1\11. tllM PHtHII: (C'ot''IT'.
Flllk101. U. Civ You Aa Eatimat FLORIDA i '' + ,

( : :'\0. <<1\117: Prompt D llT. Phono ACT NOW..WHILE LOW
111141ITIrR: TO DrrKNUMARTHA : : ry AM 7-3331 OGAS II ,
Plain 11ft t t


TO, : CHARLES W GABRIEL D tenlanl, ie C: O U P O N MwtsiSiL:
realdenca la: .:
whose last known
Route t W / a; trJ sr, lrA s s
Cosackle New NOW
!&hat a Complaint for Divorce hatfceen { T J. Wherever you are- fill up your III tank: ,,2.

In filed the against.ben..lyled you by Court the Main.'ICf and .,'..whR h will include paved rl: m : j ?, now, and head for ROCKET: CITY. When .' 4

you are hereby required to pleading serve' a SMALL access road and drainage ,).t.. G j atnOCKETCITYaimplyv4jMnt| j
*opy of your p;: rtfand i
attorwev- I ,N0olhl" yourgaareceipttoourGueatlldation.OMka .

{(pi'ELLEY p, Ran., 10U1.BTROLD Eau Oallle* MARION., Florida, 4 .. if 1 and receive a ca h refund.. (Offer limited to "

!pleadlag"O.f led Circuit In the!*Court original office. :Tlluivllto otnlhe.'ri tlor rkIf SHOPPING CENTERLOCATED HOMESITES-READY TO BUILD ON NOW! w1 pasMcnger can only) ::

!Ilia ., or "befor. the Z4 day of Feb ........... ,, .. < .
.. .. .. .
ua'pY W! If ym '? do S..5 : "\ N.m" """n.nrn nnn..n"
: J including paved roads curbs r:
jBecree; Pro Confeaao will> b. .. "" t

.igalnat, you ,for' the relief demanded"rSS gutters",.and underground storm n ..Y1 I' AI.t'_.....,"....."""."...

I S2SS-to'.H.n- Mubllehed,. .ecuilve/ CORNER HIGHLAND & GARDEN drainage Central water and j" n' -.
"..ne.cake', a In week the for Tltu. four n'rtdaDoVe MI.. B:arAdvoT'tuevllle -. newer a(p, all telephone and elet. W t m.! City.,, ......,...............,..-.J.1

and ORDERH In Chamera trw line underground., :
In January Tlluavllle rlorlla lad 23 FOR INFORMATIONPHONE ('" & ii -- M .
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Clerk CVRTI6 of 7h.cS.uU' Cored 267-1223-267-1963- '. A. ... -.. ,_............ ..... .. ..,.., ,''I(' t: i
By Dep.ty Clerk /........ 1i 'u l., '._ ;

lOwrt vELLEY sego" TROtD MARION OR' 267 3526 Vfr'rlda" ...t' -- .';'1. .Iff,." .

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.,* 4 Trhmllle (Florida. ) Stir Advocate Friday, January 24, IW4 President, Mrs. Paul Mann in the by "the 'President, Sirs' June

chair. The following guests: were Jones of Indian River City. The

Indian River City South HappeningsTailoring introduced and welcomed: Edna Prayer Calendar was read by

6s i I'I't Klaus of West Hollywood, Fla., Mrs. Arthur Hill and she I led inprayer

I TiT: Bessie Cabella and Eva Door of remembering the missIOn.
Titusville. and Stella Morris and
their birthdayi. There
Meet aries on
Shop AgainThe Mamie Pattern of Sharpes.
of this club were very happyto was! a "share-it" time when chf.

welcome back Eleanor Palser ferent member of different

tailoring shop sponsoredby M ly and her sister Althena Anderson Churches told of outstanding m t tivities t-

the Indian River City Home from their enjoyable trip to in their Woman's Missionary

Demonstration Club met for its Spain and Portugal. Refreshments Society. Reports were heard

third session Tuesday at the were served by the hostsof from the Lakeland: Children

Community Room of the Citizens y the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Home Chairman; G. A. Dire.tor.nd '
r tk Y. W. A. Director. On Jun
Hank Instructors were Mrs. Clinton Stidig. A social time and
uary 22 and 23 Mr. Jones Pn,
Muriel Graham Mary Burn games
followed idi-nt. and Mrs. Dclores Surrrm \
and Mary Slaby. The course
the Y.W.A., director attended! ;
ci I
consisted the r
cf instruction in W.M.U. News
leadership course in Melbourne
fabrication and tailoring of
The Brevard Baptist A 5oc'I.Uon'l On February 17 there will be ,i
dresses! suits and overcoats
., y r Womans Missionary! UnIon W.M.U. Association l meeting m
Fresent were' : Marie Gilliam
Harbor City. Miss Josephine I
Lillian Karberg. Irene Harrcll held its quarterly Executive
Edna: Pitts Lenora Shiver Anita meeting January 16th .t t the First Jones. State Executive Secret
Island will attend and bring a gut-i:
Eaptist Church. Morntt
Smith, Julia McL ud, Eunice
L The meeting was called to order t.. I.R.C. NEWS On Pago 6 j
liiomiis; and her daughter Deb ___ _h ___ -- --
bie Coley. Mrs. W. C. I'age, )

ffildred Cochran and Martha

Morgan.!: New Books b.o.p.. Furniture

New Books received at the

Indian Riser Branch of Titus OF TITUSVILLE

tide PuJlic Library Uiis week
include:: "The Cold War and its FAMILY GATHERING The Edwards James entered the Air Force in September -

Origins" by 1)) F. Fleming.prcjett BRIEFING: Preparations for the fashion-sewing: contest family gathered recently as they enjoyeda ] 1962, was in basic training at Lack- FURTHER FiliALREDUCTIONS

Gemini" by Mishap sponsored:j : by the Indian River City Woman s Club, visit from Airman: 2cl James Edwards, land AFD In Texas and then for six

Stoilto. "In: Ole beginning bIt. .\ i; i i rider way this week when Mrs. Joseph Draper Ken- who will leave Saturday for 18 months months al Kessler AFB in Mississippi.He .

K. !HoIhe; Story of r Jy (ce (itcr), project chairman, met for a brlC() 'n" of the tour of duty in Pakistan. Airman Ed- has been at Kelly AFB in advanced

Wcdgewood" by Alison!! Kelly; rule* with c ,nlest judges Mrs. Mary Burnt (left), and wards is shown here (left front row) with training prior to coming home for 30-day

"Fifth PUnet" by Fred Jlojle; Mrs H'-mcr! ( Heidler (Photo by B.) his brothtr, Kirby who was recently discharged leave lie is a 1961 graduate of Titus-

They all discovered America"by from the Air Force, and (back ville High and worked for Underwater

Charles &I. Roland; "Too row) his (athezI.I. G. Edwards; mother; Service at Port Canaveral before enter Complete closeout must be accomplished

Small fur his Shue: by Lau-! sister, Mary; and Kirby's wife, Ann. ing the Air Force. (Photo by B.) 1st.B.
by February .
r-nce Payne and "Tlie Kock & s
the Willow" by Mildred Let. r + .. .. Mrs. Ji>an Pilchards of Titusvillewill Y. W. A. News Glrnda Ileflin, Sharon Dixon and O. P. MUST VACATE BUILDINGBY
.t aha be at this tea on Saturday The Mary feeder Y. W. A.1* of Mrs. Dolores: Surreney. Y. W. A.

From Long blend ) ; 1 r'I .. a ft ci noon. Cl'rtrall.aptht: Church, mot Tin's- l Director NEXT FRIDAY.

Y .i''fI' at the home of Mrs. I t ,. .. ; clay evening at the Church. The
... .. a Smorgasbord SupperA meeting was opened with prayer No Reascnable Offer( RefusedOlen
Mary Burns last week were '"I"I Tourist And Social Club [ |
,1'0 by Sherry Blalcck. The I'rajer
Mr. and: MM. Laurence If. '"'J"w... .- \ smorgasbord: supper sponsored Indian River City Tourist and
Calendar was presented by Don
Davidson Sr: fJf Center Moriches '' by the Women's Society of Church
Chriatiun na McAllister and all members Social Club met at the Civic Center : Sunday (After ) 1 'til 6 P.M.
Long Island N. Y. David .8fi. Service of tlie Indian
ti'l ..\ :.. participated in sentence prayers Wednesday with the
r1e ; River City Methodist Church, I evening
II Davidson Jr., U the son-in-law i '. .... the Missionaries. '
for Dedication -
Y.W.A. -- -
; --
ol Mrs. Burns The Davidson yL will be ht-ld on January :301 h at
I f} \Jth. .
tI1 ., fI the new Methodist Church on was presented with scrip

and Are In relatives.Florida( visiting liiends Ii: ] I''t,.., ;.:..:.,...... .:.."...-. .;., ')"...\l. ,.... ""4 Route N''). 50 from 5 p m. till 8.30 the tures.Y.Plans W. A.were Association made to attenrl Ban Club & Lodge Notices
Tickets be
f can obtained
v"Y. I1Vy_ L res.:: et..1.: .t .i: ."". ,,' p.m.
quet tit King Street CaptitChurch t
: ,, ,
Washington t' 1.; ,:: .. .-" ., from Mrs Kichard Cromwell,8722I'J -
From D. C. .r : in Cocoa on February 7.
; <) and Mrs. Hubert Waddell
-- -- --- ----- -- -
Visiting at the borne of her son ) ;;J"1., f.. Focus week plans were discussed. YORK-RITE BODIES
267-6873. The will feature
... menu
.1"1 :.. ; J.6i1 .., >0' I
in<) daughter-in-law is Mrs. '-.. \ ..;, ....., ;..J...1'; Swedish meatballs and other Focus week will be observed: ROTARY CLUB TITUSVILLE GARDEN CLUB I I
Ruby liartzog of Washingtonp. III.:' to' '; ;, ..- dclectables.' February 9 thru 15. ;t li" MEETS THURSDAY Of North Brevard County ,
tasty Oen ral melting, all clrilra Snit l I _ _
; .: __ ___
C.. who is the guest of Mr. : T' : : The Activities for this week yl 12:15: P. M. Monday or Oct.\ Nov.. Fee. M.irrh.May. I

sad! Mis. John D. llartzog and ...;. ..;., r:1' ; j P.T.A. Movie arc: Sunday special music for Whispering Hills Country Club Executive Time and. place Ilourd lo laat be Tuesday unnounnl. Indian River Chapter No. 27

,family. at 1060() MacDondld St. ..... ill Saturday at 1:30: p.m. will be the church; Monday, visitation; Dick Simonet, Pres. each month, Uctober thru. May.Mr ROYAL ARCH MASONS

OLD FRIENDS Mrs. Edna Klaus (left), of West Hollywood another "Saturday afternoon at Tuesday Y. W. A. Meeting;:; II. T. Walker, Sec'y .. I. A. Itlgell. 1'e.I<''ont CIi"-rd Yodtr, High Priest

To Altamonte Springs is visiting an old friend, Mrs. Lucy Fernandez the movies" at the Coquina Elementary Wednesday Prayer Meeting -- -- Gill Williams, Secretary

rally Ringer: daughter Mr. (right), 409( West Coquina Avenue and will be here two School Cafctorium. A Serylce to led by the Y. W. A.; Tit ; ill-Chap-: No. 6 SORORITY Meets 3rd Wednesday 7:30 P. M.at .

and Mrs D..L.. Ringer of Coquina weeks From 1945 to 1951 they were neighbors in Hack- fun-filled hour and a half of assorted Thursday "Twin-fcst" Social; I O. E. S. Mooting BETA SIGMA lit and PHI 3rd Masonic Temple, Tltusvlllo

Avenue, wa* a weekend Lensack, N. J., land have kept: close contact with one) another cartoons has been planned Saturday afternoon soft-ball Thursday 7:30: P.M.
guest ofTrt r sister and brother. (Photo by D.) for the children entertain! horse shoes and bar-b-que. VIOLET KLOSS, M oLLT1 vuO.rh HIRAM COUNCIL 'No. 13
JlCP r. .
: .
"-N e-Iaw. 1tndgr.pAp' gmC.t"p3t'1' }t"-!:!'III'T!' .--:-.-- ,., :- ,, ment at this P.T.A. sponsored The meeting was adjournedwith M,Worthy.. Mary Matron Aliu Hmlet." Becty, 1.1.1.LrnttirrlcrIMt4MM W R. & S. M..

AlUinionte Springs. ,She wa.;:;". nent: The Boy Scouts are log fund Therefore any y memo event. Admission is charged to prayer. Those present weje .-Men. lit "n,1 l :3rd TumiUy. ; S P.M.\ ; 1'111':1'RO: R. V. Baker

there to attend the bowling; i riling tickets fur the Scout Exposition ber of the Woman's Club, intereitrd cover the cost of the film and any Sharon Clay Helen Riddle at Miuunlc"Temple T ) Mary ....... llrmol. Thrice. Illustrious. Mull
tournament in which her brotherinlaw which be realized r.e.w.arIn '
Carolyn/ and Donna McAllister\
; Rico'rdtr
to be held on March in participating, should r-usa: Gill Williams,
pait icipaled. from this source will go: toward a new member I'enny Forks. River ETA: 1':1'': .'
14 h at the Cocoa Armory TIle contact Mrs. Reeve Jacobus I .
Indian lol.llo 1J..a I'r.s Moots 2nd
improving: the school facilities for Visiting were Margie Spears, Wednesday at 7:30 P.M.
Exposition is slated to be there Chairman. AM tJlinomi Masonic
Temple, Cocoa
From Tennessee the children. Cokes and crackerswill Lodge No. 90 BKr.A MI'
for several weeks. The Gator -- --
Other attending were Mrs. .
be available. f.lU M-llrr. I'ru41e.1
Mr. and Mrs. Houston COMMANDERYNo.
<: Harper
of Nashville. Tcnn., recently Patrol closed the meeting. Richard Cromwell, Mrs. William All Steel l lull For U. i Meets 2nd & 4th Thursdays, 7:30 557.3021e 24 K. T.
Slecman, Mrs. Harold[ Gray FILING CABINETS Masonic Tempi I
visited at the home of Mr. and Nurslrg Facilities District No. 39
"Thursday NigMors" and !Mrs.\ Charles Hetklcrooscr. Suspension James It. siew.rl. Muter t Lacy Rorror" Eminent Command'rGill
?. Mrs. A. W. Praytor of Jepson Many facilities! are availablefor W. Frank Dirden, aecl'y.Junior ,
Mrs. Randolph JVunnall/ took The next regular: session of the Grade Florida Nurses Alln.
St. They have just found a very small children at the I Williams Recorder
high honors when the Thursday "Thursday Nighters" will beheld 25'/rdeep o! I Moots Second Tu...
home for themselves in the Os. I Moots 4th
on Tuesday evening, Feb. Indian Riser City Methodist ChamberOf '' Wednesday, 7:30: P.M.
: ceola Trailer Park here and will JSltlit,; Bridge Group of the Indian .'.!vwM 'ela of each month 8 p.m. Matonle Temple, Cocoa
ruary 18th at the home of Mrs. Church The "crib" room anJ ,.
;; remain till sometime in Feb Hive? City Woman's Club CommerceEarl Public Health HullillM Palm AvpnuePiniUlent
Cromwell on Carlysle Ave. "toddlers" ;: fllta H.N.
room are on -
ruary when they will go: back known as the "Thursday Night.ers' open ..- Spencer, Pr... Heci-alary Doris Mllln-r, K.N. PILOT CLUB
: to Tennessee. Sunday mornings at 9:31):: a.m. 'un._ Steve Pantano, I Phone AM T-6<)IT3
held their session S.c'y
regular March of Limes
--- -- -- Mrs. '
'" Betty Jones, Pre ,
Scout News{ These facilities are available for P1" Citizens I
: on Tuesday evening last at the The Mothers March of Dimes 0.:. Bank Building CZECHOSLOVAKAMERICAN -
Troop 310( Boy Scouts met at home of Mrs. Nicholas Lauletta use during the Sunday School Meets Every Thursday 7:30: P.M. CLUB Meeting 1st and 3rd Wednesdays
will bi I held Tuesday. January fcS: 12:00: Dixie Hotel
: the Civic Center Tuesday even 810 Cleveland Road. Mrs. Ralph and church hour. The crib room -- -- Of Titusville
from 7 7 till 0 A Tea TITUSVILLE POST NOTT 1 1A I
Ing.; The opening was led by Junes held low tally for the 23 p.m. p.m. H supplied with S cribs, one WlOhh. 111 Grannis Ave. Executive Doard Monday

the Rebel Patrol A Board of evening.! For refreshments the will be given at the Fire Kail I at bassinette and 2 play-pens, Babies t .el.q.. ClA.p.1SdS0 AMERICANLEGION Regular rm>ftln.. 2nd Wttdm-idny. of n____Before__ 1st Wednesday
.., Station No.< 3, next Saturday afternoon .
to the of two .soh mouth. Hall open oath TuoailHy.Thuriday
'Review was held for the Court bionics! served nuts mints, soft up age are TITUSVILLEPUBLIC
of Honor to be held In February drinks, coffee and<: pizza pie. January 25th from 3 to placed In this room. An adult Our Special 'tiCFria Wi p.m. and Saturday avcnlnt atS .1 LIBRARY

... during Boy Scout Week. There The object of those groups is to 4pm. for the volunteers who sitter remains in this room) during JI.ry Tretrlc-k.' rom.lr.' Slatrka Dehm- --- -
were 42 buys present The various teach and practice bridge skills will p.iitk-ipate in the March of. this time. Sunday School for 39.95 Paul Ityara. Adjutant VETERANS OF WORLD WAR 1BARRACKS | 1421 Drai Road
Dirrcs. All those: who interested 1I1e,1. lot and 3rd HOLTS:
\ are (two and three year old "tod TumdsyLrglon 1196
patrols worked advance while increasing the club's build- |
on c
lit :Sff" j-poxjsP stuart Hall I Mon. thru Fr!. 9 a.m. 8:00:
--- --. working fur this worthy dlers" is held in an adjacent p m. Meets first Wednesday p.m.
fl Pfcafi OrlOTda. >l I )4JI -- c: each month, American 9 a.m. 3:30: p.m.
cause are requested to contort room and the nursery Is also held M 0..... l,
ocli CI i S20J
.. : Mrs. Penny KklfiT at AM in this room during! the Church/ | IM" ".. Miltoww AM. J 4i7 Club of Z Legion Mall with Covered '' Titusville Lodge!: NoTiseTTT

BRAND NEWlofflYLONWEARWELL: 7-3264.:! Mrs. Gene Rubella and [flour: 111 FAST. 1081101"0101 OltANHOLT'S i Titusville, Inc. '/ L. Dish E. Pepper Luncheon., Comdr.1 pm 'u,7tl47, Loyal Order Of

r Meets lit Monday of Each Month Tom Watson Qm. j MOOSEMoots
October thru May ------1 Tuesday I p.m.
a 1 Mile North of Mims en U. 3.1
AMUSEMENTSNOW Mrs. J. J. Condes, Pres. Jim Maltbie Governor-

-- C. F. Jacobs Sac .'
Coin Club --- ----
i -- "". "
Meets 3rd .
3I..t.I and Thnrdsy FnrhSlonlh : Wednesdayof
THROUGH SUNDAY-SAND POINT SISTERS .t 7,55' 1'.11. es each monthj;

*.7C.t M a1.skTsb.Typ. TI_ .u.vllle. Tomple 22 alas. YEII..8 'L 555... I 154,01VD fI' 8 P. M. '.
a 41h T..... 1r\... 1.1t' ., .. f
tif etch month al 8pm.Mr \\hln.'nN .Hi. Nnls" \1' : Oct. through MayLaVorno

fl88 Mrs.. Joiinny Arthur Whitley liMnon..!.M 8.B.C..-'l.Mrl -TITUSVILLE-LIONS- -CLUB--- ;'iT' ) Hardln
: Pros.-Ph. AM 7-3534
GAMES RIDES PRIZESYou Evelyn_ Freeman Pianist : '
__ 7:00: p.m. Thursdays after S p.m..'

\ 7 nt..5.e:: KIWANIS CLUB Flotilla Restaurant -
fl'. @4 South Lake TITUSVILLE

Meets TuesdaysWHISPERING H. G. Benzenhafer
All Come. PresidentJ. RIFLE & PISTOL CLUB
Monty Down! HILLS
COUNTRY CLUB W. Scrugss!: : Jr., Sec'yNorth Moots
NO TIME LIMI1-'NI.aM: CUmiTTIIr 7.SOM14 8 J,.. Ollilre, 1 lit and 3rd Wednesdays:
**Gutnttln Noe ftjtr. .Nrj.010| Hick' 118 Saturday President' 7:30: p.m.
Tlun i TnU w y.,.Tint Kids Chamber ol Commerce
-M.+w-a ..-N.--.g4.r.s. Tubtltit Fun For The Entire __ Tom_Qru SecretaryB. -
y i w_ I. ""'/.H''...... .w_.. Brvard -
;::=.:::,'':'::,'-''__' '"''''''U' '' Matinee! P. O. E. ELKS LODGEDNo. Horsoman'i Club North BrerardRehabilitation

..'..=. -.. .?--o.-.--...-_. 88 10 2113 Moots Second Center

,..a.r...wlr.//111,'.ruu-.cur eW, reN M.rN u..,cvurutiLi..:,.:'nl/':.....'.:0.-.rt"'ID'.="..=.'....11&=>:. -7.,0.1413 Family. 1\\ A. M.te6p' M.D 1239 Meets S. Washington Monday Nights Ave Ltwronco 7:00:: Monday Parker P. M.Each Month I Meets 2nd 421 Thurm.'o Palm Street> month

Not //4 I Franz I Vulpius o'clock, E, R. Y Phono AM 7-442 Pros. ,Pro PUBLIC*.: W. Lee INVITED Pertain'
seconds not rejects but brand!
new 100CS! Russoll Batchelder. Sec. Chris Parker. Sac'y Stc'y.i Mrs Martha Faulk
DjvisNlon tires-compare quality save! OPEN S SUNDAY t !iEDUCED Phone AM 7-3043

.7 rib treaj design-more skid resistant! Tltusylll Toaslmaat.rs North Brvard Shrine Club .
3rd Thursday -7:30 :
Davis Hit* hI Cfofct' .n i7,700,009 Tlmul/ M..t Tuesday p.m. p T ; .
1:00: P. M. 6:41 P.M. Meet At hil'r.

;! Rlv.rvlowRostaurant

9 Frank DardnSo. ', |NC
Orel Orvlt, Pr... AM 7-S7W 1st T'uoe.f. Ma..:';. M p. .
i FIRST 200 KIDS Ph. AM 7-0363 n BrtWlriKloa__ ____. 11r411.e'rtla'alaaa -L

.t WESTERN ONE! FREE RIDEI! Scottish Rite ; i., '::"#if'"

I'' Club P. O. Box Ml
Floyd C. Brown Pro*. I llltlm.jl
SPONSORED John W. Frtscr Scy. Classified Aulit
M tMl T tiM (WM
'4''J" Corner Washington b Broad St. Titusrlllo, AM 7-3616 *....!. Tlaaato ..r"M, e ,.. ..t.fl". "" .
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January/ 24, 17' Tltvtvllto" (Florid) Sta, Adv..f. Pig. S

It's Their Week These "Young Men Of Action" In The Cogimunity


Jaycees Are Dedicated To Leadership Training Thru Participation"They


have so many project, ."1 -

it would be hard to select the y

one that Is the most outstanding. I i > ** % r

Is the typical comment of North

Brevard residents: when asked

about the activity of the Titus I' I

vine Junior. Chamber of Commerce Jrv

And during this Jaycee Week 4 1 5 tr

a check back over the past year !

bears out this statementthereare '

many projects the Jaycees .a

have been Involved In-all of "

them falling within the six points + tI

_.. of the Jaycee Creed which read t I L. ,og.
:; 11f
as follows:
-i- <>, 4 1 f 3.
"We Believe ? 4 1 5. $ $sL4tt
K t
"That faith in God gives mean 4

Ing'and purpose to human life '1ne

That the brotherhood of man

transcends the sovereignty of J

nations; That economic Justicecan

best be won by free men

through free enterprise; That -

government should be of laws .

rather than of men; That earth's 2 a' a

great treasure lies in human personality

; And that service to

humanity is the best work of At Parachute Meet
life. .
counselors! other faculty members r M" fr.1"'j Each year the Tituj\ille Jaycees
and to seniors and the
join 4,800 other chapters In t r%, aponrsoring
of Little ball
a League
observance of National Jaycee
Week The observance in Titus. o
They've hud of car
2 projects ; pro
ville this year was climaxed by -
J muting employ. the liandi s
last right's Distinguished Service 1r
capped' local business
Award-Boosts Night Banquetand among .
r lt
firms partkipating with Pride
by today's inauguration of a W
'Community Attitude Survey"The r Inc. on a program aimed at areal;). I

beatification and cultural promotion
Jaycees are a nonprofit
which it is hoped will result .
service organization dedicated '

,. to- provIding leadership trainingfor in a new civic center; psr.l ... .
tiripatmg in a football game for'the "f utiaa +
men of the coninumIty "
young a 4 ,
benefit of the RehabilitationCenters
through active participa 4 r
; sponsoring a parachutemeet
ton In community projects
that drew people from\,,
The Jaycees play an important During March Of Dimes Walkathon throughout the Eastern United'.

part in life in Titusville and
States: honoring an outstanding,
Brevard each and the 1
North year
t young man the outstanding boss,?,
past 12 months has been no exception yI of the year and the outstanding: ) 0:1 nv.,.:

as the local organizationhas man in governmental circles '.. .... .:.:..:.J ,.......'
forward under the p'
moved I I In all of these
1 doing projects,
President Earl Directing Teen Age R*.dto ,
leadership Driving
and only a few have been listed "" .3
-- -- -- -
Spencer rVIto the Jaycees have not 4\
forgotten -1/-
\ IN '111". I154I II' (1I111r sic' Tllr, by I ho nouth linn 0' 11u| )I .,., .
Whether it was solely for the their own members' training and MI I J1ull/u. I. I1141IIr I lvlv1 through I U. liiLhiHlvv. III H,.H h. .
of offering entertainment s rlllt 1&11"HtI> ( >IMt: MUUIIIU Jullli.oii 1 Ul lit MeImuine r-
purpose! pleasure t H (limit. (leach .. ....."'.'h..1 In "*w
or for aiding young chil They broke ground for a new I II \ \l 5.115O.. *!H-MI: Plat lluuk 1. fula BO I'ulllu.
Mil M tKOUUtT lUturUi of lliivaid" t'uuntyllotlila
1 dren or needy adults the Jaycees r club house this year, held sev L. h.I MM 1.1.. I sal un lion mitiin I liy IWI

presented a well rounded oral club-wife entertainments and alltlunar the ninth Una uf Lula 2, a. tt, f
111. II, 14. 1J, IN IV I.t.k. : II,
program, of work and projects outings, enjoyed many social I v.AiAllUUUUIIh! KIM :VI 1.1, suit lt.aubillvl.lun uf III.n.ki i.
And they don t leave out their hours together Hi.fi" ntlantr J. K. Li M. NiC Mtluiiiinirllraih '
'J. M\IIIII'EIII'fI': KIMMI (Maiivlu J own members or their wives- They conducted a program: of I IealIUlllrr IInknuw n) .' a fully ai -tint linn I IIU'I Avenue I nil'vet illItnaliuJ .". ...

they enjoy many events together leadership training through pon-I j NOT,11, IK HMIhlltr: UIVKN: huwn un the. aiiinmlii. li,.'iiiiillvMion ,

Tak'for example, the huge Hint.... *., i of rtlili n 11.1.fur. .the thud vlmnin. UvNNALilNft of iif Hloika I I. J, K. I.. M. I I
r worship of speaking courses for c. ma N uf Mvlliiiurno. leach (,rfHHUmJnhnHin With Miss U4'At Christmas Dance
which has HIMMfL. liaM u '.n pled
Christmas\ Parade, individual members visitation to 1'1"1.' UN eoeurb'd. In
.II'"".t yell III the ebuveeulIIlrUCourt .
be recognized as the .,,,, ,. lint Honk 9. PNKO I", 1'lIb''JI'eo..rd. '
")r grown other organizations committee by "" ,1 I' KIMMI..L. I'ul ,
: ur /IHcvanl tuiiniy' ,
The Jaycees Itlunir,, mul 1'lainilff in inu, abovelylnl .
Central Florida. .
best In I'lorldu' whlihtlrKtl Ilia belwoun
and individual work
on projectsAnd cud Iwiabyn.uiiirtl
cauia aia
: you the South' Una u' hula' 1. 4. 6. w,
have obtained cooperation 1 ami liriK.lt.il lu ilia yumtiijiii '
yr', 1 all with 112 active mem- ''i"uni'''. uKiwer ur other pieadIM tt. IJ, IJ, 111. 17 eel I 2U Mloi.k II, o
1uf governmental units business hers. in addition to 23 associate | (> lu nalil nilloii' ., either, |..rmnmy end, lh. ninth, Una of I Lute I FurnitureOF
individuals youth groups .t ir liy .Il",....', In me oflin uf thru u nil In Incluiilvr. IH..ck M, b.o.p.
firms and 31 business members the Clerk" uf the ao 'Iilecle.I to present a fine entertain ,u' by HI vine, an gnawer on I oil",aid K, 1.. M. N of Mcli11111 ".
The Jaycees: have been termed N.. nuwlcy. I'etl"lunur and (Main. (leach I IM.5d1n' J.ihn.ii.. I'Ul).
mfnt-giving Titusville an d "Young Men Of Action". They tilt n miuimy, whuaa .",Ir... In ... recorded,' In 1'lnl I IJ ink 0, I'iiml
be extremely proud of each I' II' lli>. 2iUi, huli-llila llu.ih lire.lard I'll bid' Itmonla of IlivviuilConniy TITUSVILLE
pl 1 ( J are young-must be between the ; County: tlirlila: : on or in.(or; : rlorlilanil ,
'year the lull say of roliiuaiy. 11J4I4, and .
ren"ulII'ln cll."I..I/I.
With Mil USA As She Arrives ages of 21 and 35 They certainly '.,..u... w.... ....01 I'tUUuM will lie liiknBf right uf lilevuril. Ciiunly. "'luililanilur ,,",
The parade annually features personify "Action" as shown In '" Liinfi5, .at.il. ly. yea. dill. aald ".u.. Ihe public In and, to Iheafiirtmlil
hull. I.r.d. l II fluul ,, and. .,
many bands beautiful floats unusual the dozens of projects they ipon Inn T 1MMK liualllil1lil alley vpnunTha FURTHER: FINAlREDUCTIONS
afiiri-milil '
p'llilun woe |imifnlml -
center areas and helping take of several residents that
units and special guest- part sor or cooperate in each year. uun, Meals In order (hit tin lamia, ...11 h.
Christmas baskets into the homesof through this testing diabetes L'u rim K, llarnuiI In the cell aubillvlnl owned by
this "Miss USA". It process .
year was The Jaycees have no connec I ,1a of tlnult Court the ...III, A, II Jmkm.n. '1'runti'i
climaxed by the largest dance in the needy : was detected for the first tion with the Senior Chamber of HlfilhrllH Hall shy ha iilaltml. In rnloiaUi t Hit
IVputy rirtult Court. Clerk .. .
.1,1 W..rren and rln. Avenue.aif.1
the history of the community with And the Jaycees helped wind time. J H), 17, H dl .
Commerce No( business affiliation in :. ..!(iKrl. ') |_!M4Noriru III. Incrrn. the .Idth thera"rto
700 and the Christmas season with fifty furl 1911),
'over people attending up They participated in govern. is required to become a : or PIBIIO uKAiirI .
others turned "Operation Torch". working with I lift I'H.TiriON TO VAATK Von arc iirlhur nutlflml hot the
>many away member. Over 50 per cent of the tloanl of (ounly Cemml.cioneru. will
with the Christ. the fire department to safe. mental service carr>'ing on (' : >N IIKY: AND CKIt hold hrailnn' to .lo'lI\ln.. .
Going along urge membership Is of Cape Kennedy TAIN AV.Nl.t:1I AM HIIDWN a publli I Complete closeout must be accomplishedby
tha \ of rlu.ln. the almva
mas spirit the organization undertook ty with trees in the home and drives of "get out to register"and employed ( men. IN MA young
a Santa home visitation then burning them following the "get out to vote" ; seeing that I'Lliut'RN HBACII, ao- hour of. 10::Jii! oLluck Ash., t.l.ruuryMlh February 1st.B. .
Current officers are Earl Spencer uordlnll to the plat lherert u ,
new trash cans were placed mciirUil.. In Hint Honk. 1 I. r.. 11MI4 In the I'oniinlioliiiiMraHoom
with volunteers in the useful days of the trees. n .
program Sam Beddingfield In Iha Court house, Tllu
throughout the business areas; ; 511 AND IUIiIl'JlIJlVI"WN OKIII villa I Klurliln' at will, h limn all In O. P. MUST VACATE BUILDINGBY
familiar red suit and white But the Christmastime activities first vice-president; John S. Miller .(M'KM I I. J, K. I.. M, N OKMhLUOI'UHK I"roa'.ci' pweuun. mxy, ..'..,....r .n,1, bll
making sidewalk to act : JltA'fMAU.: << -
)whiskers visiting many local are just one part of a year a survey second vice-president; Don (>lt; JOIINHON PhATl. atuonl-" heard. NEXT FRIDAY.
homes, attending parties at the 'round program as a guide to city officials for Ins In the plat thereof HI r.- II:, girder .., the limril of ('O'lOt' ,
Mattcson third vice-president; imnlvil. In Pint Hank 9, .' in, ('omml..lunrre. lhla lard: liny uf
,,Rehabilitation Center and County A diabetes search was carriedon safety of pedestrians Steve Pantano, secretary; Joel all;. In the Pulillo; K Li>ril< of{ lire- January A. I)., III',4, No Reasonable Offer Refused M
in yard r'lurliU' J">1 If
In the shopping with mute testimony__ on the I They participated highwayand Kirkland, treasurer; Dale Free County-- CIUIUMAV WICKMAM:

public safety by sponsoring man Dert Mcintosh, James Lov TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEIIN: llUA III) OF f'OirNrON.MIHHIOVH. .
vehicle safety check. scat belt Nadia, l I. h..otyIven! that A. II (' ) : :UKIIRf Op.n Sunday (After Church) 1 'til 6 P.M.
an, Fred Mclnnis, Bob Hatcher Jaikunn. Truatve. .. whoa a'Idr..aa U :VAIUJfLOKIDA ClILN'rr: ;
--- sales "take a break, save a life and Jim Ilcrtzel, directors: alA Mouth rourlh Htrxrl .'t. I'lercariurlclM ,
stop for a cup of coffie" during ha> prcinntail. Ole p George Arnold, state director; for. the cloalnll, .clltlnll'. 1Il'lIlIdon.In. -- -- -

Why walk when holiday weekends and the lecn- Gene; Roberts, past president and. dliconllnulnii. of Ihe follow. .: -
you cane Age driving! rcadeo /ItI..crlb.<1 alley and avunura, tea
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They participated in youth ac A 1..Dty-'nnl (fit alley runnlni 1V ..
write? Check with Mrnlml bl... will bfl r.'ilv. ."l. tiyIhi
us Ilimril at Count L'ummlenlunrrxlr.varll tail n'llok"' a* ahown on
tUlties in Christmas entertain. until the plal| t K of salt I M"c \
: County uu
ale Jahnaon. Plat of MHbiurneIt ADDITIONSAND
oilo. AM. February 61b
9,16 t
ment the driving roadco the : "i 'h. ai recorded. In Plat Hook
End ..
walking, driving, 1f4.! ; In the ComntlnlonrM Room .
I. "Page BO, Publln Iteciirila of I
March of Dimes Walkathon (niirt HOUM. In Tltuavlllu.! MorltU'one
around to .
waiting pay l.n yard County, florlila whichalley WE
made the the la bounileil. the north .
bills "write" your ( Jaycees (t) .Autornnblla. fur Dlitrl.l. on by
muth linn nf Lola 1
the IhrouihInilualve
largest single contributor to the No 4. to to 3D If 1'.. Am..rl money the safe quick ,; ,d Mn.l. 8. anil on Iha nouth ANDREPAIRS
j' March of Dimes drive in North by I llm north line of Lola T -
THAI!: IN VMi! : Model TW -
easy way Open a Special = through U. 1IIUIu."., all la acid .
Htallnn Wagon
.' Brevard), the project of Interest. lllnik/ K.
Checking Account with The Hoard rwwrvM the right l< M
You"11 added f ing young people in the teaching: rrtwl| tan,. and all lilil, *, A f,>rty..fnnl heel 110') n>alicntiil R
us. enjoy ."
All bull to ha marknl. Hid ref ai "Warrun Avon. aaihovn
prestige too. No mini. profts.lon the scholarship searchin Aut"mobll". Hint.' No 4Jununry nn the. Keaiihillvldnn of
; which a list of scholarships 23 I1M1. ur",... I. .I. K, I. M. N of Mel-
balance ,.
mum required. Jo. II Wlikham Chairman hour (leechMagg' Jobnaon
available throughout the United U".... of County Plan. .. aa recorded I la Plat Huok
and (f.nmmlo."n.! 9. !I'.... lQ, Publlo llMiorda of
States has been compiled
I'.revard County" Florid, llnnl County Florid, whli.h
made available to high school Jan .: 31 irrli_ 1KM! __ Ira." I. bounded OB the north
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(Florid) Star. Advocif Friday, January 24,1'1q64 Vice-Presldent; Mrs Marguerite cession stand at the ball park. corporated at his time but the'
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h Morton, Treasurer: ; Mri. Nova Expected revenue at the present! consensus of opinion was that

1 Thursday of each month. March, TUurlow, Secretary, Eddie: Mills, time is estimated at about 75percent the Lcagua would go into active
Players agent, and W. H. of the expenditures, so existence this and if
1st thru 8th Is the Annie Armstrong year proven
Harbor Dike Bid I Indian River News I Week of Prayer The Annie Dosliuff, irivniber at large. that more funds will have to be a success, incorporation
I City Armstrong goal lj $175. Mrs\ After reading the minutes of raised to balance the budget.It could be dealt with next year.It .

Carolyn Stokes led a program on the!?last meeting of the Board, was reported that this club was unanimously voted to

Opening Feb. 27Army (Continued From Poke 4i> Deland on April 17 thru April. citizenship entitled "Citizens of thy Tre mer submitted her would in all probability have access contact the sponsors of the Little
m. Two Worlds". Two member financial report, and the Budget to a Pony League ball park, Letl ue nod Pony League at
speaker for the meeting. Plans joined this Circle Mrs. Ovaline committee submitted their bud. now bring constructed at River this time in order to obtain
Engineers in Jacksonville built is now about four to five were made for W.M.U. officers to Cox and Mrs. Jean Long. There get for the 1 1064 Season The eights.( It U: understood that funds for this season. Finally it
l today called for bids to be feet deep.. The dike will be attend the Woman' Missionary Alice CavMa Circle was one visitor Mrs. Elizabeth budget was carefully plannedand three acres of land there are being was: voted not to organize a
Union State Conference in St. 'ihe Alice Oaventa Circle of Billey Also/ attending this meeting t.
opened Feb. 27 on a $1 million wide enough to permit construction embrace all anticipated expenditures prepared as a Softball field Minor League this year This
Canaveral Harbor perimeterdike of a four-lane highway on Petersburg An April 14 and IS. Central Baptist Church met January were! Carolyn Stokes, Mary for the 1964 season, and ball park. I.R.C. Little club would conduct minor league
It was voted by the Board to send Ann Creel, Joyce Griffin and
and barge channel enlargement the dike crown. 14 at the home of Mrs. including a general contingencyFund League, who will sponsor two games and improvise! minor league
Mm. to the StateY.W.A. Maxine Coleman.
ar a part of an overall expansion Also Involved in the contract, Surrency. Joyce Griffin. Mrs Maxine Cole- of $309. The total of the teams in the Pony League, will teams for instructional purposes -
Conference to he held in
of the missile base area Colonel Parfitt said will be man opened the meeting. It wn!' Budget. submitted was around participate in operating this ofily.
harbor. dredging of a by-125-foot barge announced that one of the goals IRC Little League $2700.Anticipated. field for this Pony League. Any organization of such

The contract calls for dredgIng channel from the vicinity of the First AuditionsFor wag to read the entire New Board of Directors of Indian revenue for the It was voted to raise the fee teams would be deferred to a
some 2V4> million yards of new navigation lock, through the Testament of the Bible. All member River City's Little League met 1964 Season included payments for sponsoring Pony League later season! but at the same
material from the Banana Riverto perimeter dike and to deep waterin were urged to attend the Monday evening at the home of from sponsors! from advertisements Teams from $75 to $150. The time, this year there would be a
relocate the dike protecting Canaveral Harbor Talent Show W.M.U. meeting and to support the President, Tom Walker. and from the mothers' question was raised at to whether minor league program sponsored
Canaveral Harbor. The dike will The Florida State Road Department I the Day of Visitation, the last Present were: Dr, W. G Young, cvuxilliuy, who operate the con the Pony League should be In by this Little League Club.
tie in with earlier construction will be responsible for relocating -

work including a navigation lock the highway and for Set For Sundayfirst
in the Banana River linking the building bridges across the chan

Intracoastal Waterway with Canaveral nel. auditions for the Hidden
Harbor via Barge canal Successful bidder on the Army

across Col.! II.Merritt[ R. Parfitt Island., district engineers start Engineers work job within will be 15 required days after to Talent for Show Sunday have afternoon been scheduled from 4- I FREE! FREE! FREE !

said the relocated dike, the contract awarded and complete -- 6 p.m. in the Indian River U
on which Highway! AH from the dredging within 200 calendar City Civic Center located on

Cocoa Beach to( Cape Kennedy days.Opening Magnolia Ave. just south of the ,, '

will be situated, will be moved of bids on the Canaveral Post Office. GENERAL ELECTRIC STEAM IRON
Lock which was announced
westward about 4,000 feet from Working toward a goal of 2''7 \
its present alinement. Water in previously is scheduled for Feb.
different acts, Mrs Clare Simms,
the area where the dike will be 20. general chairman of the show,

has put out a call for vocalists, F73 WITH PURCHASE OF THIS MATCHING WASHER AND'' DRYER!
dancers, baton twirlers, in
$1.5 Million Tracking strumentalists, combo's hootenanny -

I groups, chorus lines of

Expansion At M. I.A I. women or men homemade
bands, and short skits by clubs, 1
organizations or theatre groups. ENERAL.e.ELECTRIC
$1.5 million contract for a acting as construction agent for ,
Costumes are not required forSunday'
Merritt Island installation to expand \
both.Most auditions, but every
the tracking facilities of of the work will be
one is asked to bring any necessary -
the Atlantic Missile Range has located in an isolated part of
"props" they may need
been awarded by the Canaveral NASA's Merritt Island Launch.
such as sheet music, records etc.
District of the Army Corps of Area, about three miles west of ."u,
Engineers. Highway AlA and some 12 Production dates for this pop wi1: : FILTER FLO

Receiving the contract, for miles north of the Bennett ular variety show are Feb. 28 !

$1,458,431.70, were the joint Causeway' and 29 in the I.R.C. Civic Cen
venture firms of W. V. Pang. In this area the contractor will ter. Proceeds will benefit the

borne and Co., Inc.. of Philadelphia build a two-story concrete block improvement and modernizationof
and Lowry Electric Co., Frequency Control and Analysis the kitchen facilities and WASHER
Inc., of Coral Gables Their bid Building and also will put upa meeting rooms in the center. c Illlllhl .

was the lowest of six submitted. 27-foot high reinforced con-

The expanded tracking cap. crete pedestal for a directional
abilities will be used for both antenna. In the same vicinitywill Beach Erosion

the Air Force's Titan III pro be built two small. preamplifier .. Big 12 Pound Capacity

gram and the National Aeronautics buildings. "
and Space Administration' At two other locations on Merritt Study Approved Filter-Flo
Washing System
Manned Lunar Landing Pro Island one just north of
gram. The work is being joint NASA's Vertical Assembly Florida Congressman Edward

ly funded by NASA and the Air Building, the other east of the J. Gurney reported today his Two Wash and Two Spin Speeds
industrial complex, paved pad request for a beach erosion
Force, with the Army Engineers .
will be built for mobile Fi'equen- study the entire coastline. } of Bre ,. J
cy Control and Anal/sis vans. vard County has'been approvedby ( Two Wash Cycles

Legion Blood Overall the work must be. the Corps of Engineers* o, I .
finished by August 4054.
Two Wash
Gurney said he has requested Temperatures

immediate approval of the study i r .

j Bank Issues Not In InsuranceA by the House Public Works t : One Rinse Temperature ''I "
Committee The ngineers'esti :
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report from Tallahassee regarding mate the two and. half ,-
a- year
Appeal To DonorsPost the issuance of new char. study will cost 109000. Unbalanced Load Control
ters to firms in Brevard County
In the preliminary report, said ,
No. 1, American Legionof listed George Barley Jr., Inc.,
Tituaville will be needing 20 as dealing In insurance business.Mr. Gurney, the Engineers recognizethat Safety Lid Switch
half of Brevard County's
pints of blood between now and Barley says that this was
72 miles of Atlantic shoreline is
the 15th of February.Mrs. in error and should have been
owned by the Federal Government Porcelain Tub and BasketHIGHSPEED
Nero, supervisee of the for real estate business only.
and the beach has been
Brevard County Blood Bank, will
subjected to long.term erosion.
Elect OfficersThe
be at Jess Parrish Memorial

Hospital each Tuesday afternoon "The Federal
Government hasa
members of the Brevard
between 4:00: and 6.00: p.m. Don direct Interest in this area,"
County Agricultural Development .4
ors may contact her and make Corporation, assembled Jan, it Gurney added, 'and I believe
their donations by stating that at the office of Dr. Aker, elected this project is vital to protect

they are giving the blood for the the following officers for the ensuing the beaches from normal erosion _,____
Post No. 1 American Legion yearCharles : and especially from hurricane

Blood Bank. M. Aker, M.D., presIdent damage." WASHER
For further information, contact ; Frank P. Schuster, vice Gurney said the Public Works WA-802Y

Col. W. H. Boshoff, Chair- president; John A. Gordon, sec Committee Is expected to con- It : ':; .
man of Post No. 1 Blood Bank, retory-treasurer; Fred 'E. Snow, rider the study authorization in
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with :J;, 9. Teams In Action


Local MembersTo fc\fn basketball teams in TiEuclid High of DeLand here MontuiMlle -
Motorcycle Club
RI1lnleti Names will. hit- the- hardboard day evening

City courts again Friday and Saturday -- ---

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Editor Join "Cycle-Cade" Feb. 1st! TIIK': CIHCtlT fnl'KT or TUB!:
cage activities .> rn JiiiiiMt. MKrrtT. INH :
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First of all. a word of thanks to artist Ed Stevenson. Two teams at Titusville ) \
The Ramblin' column has Tltusvillo Motor Cycle Club The dub's acting president Jim School) three from Parkway \\ r.KV: ...". tl.OII
a new heading that well Rec DirectorA
one .Mini: or MI IT
flatters the writer. will have approximately 25 motors Bagvltt, said cltihs! from Cocoa two loams from Gibson will L. PIIYLL14, .

But- it took work. Ire represented in a gigantic and South Brevard will meet In bo represented! ( on the courts. FUlntKf. ,
managed to( place my long nose, cycle.cadf' traveling to Daytona Titusville and the local Vr.
group Tilusvill High School will '
unbalanced head 25 old East Tennessee I. PHYLLIS
appearing -year-
watermelon-eating grin and ,r...., Beach Feb. 1 to attend the Unit will join them in the cyclecadeto play hero tonight with a Defendant.
dimples State will be. I
yes even dimples and pasted them College graduate}
on paper \ ed States Motorcycle\ World Dajtonn. against always tough, : Dorothy L. Phylllico
and came out with a that come Titusville's first full time r1 t
drawing think Js
we exception. Grand Prix. A manufactured "MM. Mllilrml Klat rb.ctt44ID ,
: Championship motorcycle
!;4. .' : ( Oviedo The Terriers now
recreation director March 1
ally fine. city : 'of .. llri-rn tl rln.. Avenue
The which will be held behind the iron curtain the Cast of
Cleveland Tal- \1' races ing a record 9-1 may '
Went Mlfflln.
Anyone who can draw City Manager ,
a mug like mine deserves a pat has announced. -, at the Daytona( International German MZ, will be seen in some trouble with the Lions, although TOU ARK HERESY: : NOTIFIED:
on the back. madge for moillflcaUon s(
Jack: E Miller, former city rec- : ott ,) Speedway will attract the action during the root. The :\fZ, TilUfiville has a final* pi-tlllon teen. nt illvorre In r s.
1\ -- world's finest t motorc'cllsts.Mixed one of Europe's fastest john was dour height ivlge. Oviedo reation director at Haines City .
.... I of th. partlti has bran
and also former assistant recreation ", obtained from behind the Berlin the fast break with long / ... .,lIln.1 you In the Circuit

Today, in some parts of America, the remains of motor director at Vero Beach ,'- Golf ScrambleTo Wall after great difficulty and shou while the Terriers "(' and.of fur th Itrrvarel. Ninth Counly Juitlulal 'lorloJa Circuit.'

cycles that were partially boosted to( fame by one time will primarily be interested' in will he> ridden by one of En land' ally prefer to( work) the ball are nrrtny rrqulri to serve a

movie stars roam the streets. planning an overall recreation a '41v Be Held SundayThe top rulers, Alan Shepherd, In the or slioot occasionally' from >"-np of.K your to the answer petition or other fllail written hertln

They are typical, black leather jacket groups, with program) for) all ages in the city, 125 kilometer) 250cc> class race quarter line.SUurJay .. nrn.y.Juetlor for .Mccarty Defendant.*P.Tnvora O. Ho*,

black jacks "boots with the half moon( shape taps and Talmadge pointed out. first mixed scramble of over the Speedway's 3.1 mile night: the Cotton (teach )"I"r'.la. hall to.

sauntering along in front of the pool hall (on Saturday nights the season will be held at Whispering track and road course. will travel to Orlando, and ,.. the of the original Clerk. thereof of the'In the Circuit..,
makes and all Miller, who was born in Knoxville Hills Golf Bishop! | Moore.\( of Itrevaril County Florida,
sparks fly the little boys stand around and and Country
Tenn., was "highly recommended Another name was added to the or hofore th* Huh day of Feb
marvel," as brother Dave Gardner would say. Club Sunday\: at 12,10;: p.m., according Parkway Junior Hi,h ,, A D. 1U>4.
for the position, Tal- host of national champions, \who
Some drag on the streets, tear guts from their muffler IJack to Golf Professional Burl will play three teams from ; \ : :- FAIt. NOT nr a Decree
madge continued.) The decision to will compote In the races the (ialli<.> here Saturday night In .Confntao will be rnteroil sestet
systems and burn rubber in front of the cop station just Crabtrce ... for the relief prayed for 'In nald
hire him was made after receiving first American event ever to Titusville' High School .
for kicks. "The scramble will be open to( gymnasium
approximately IS appli- count toward the world championship E: AND ORDERED al TIt..-
the public and anyone!' wishing to Seventh, Eighth and ., riurlda. Ihla 8th day of Jesse
Various law .
agencies frown on Ideas of cat'ons.' with the ofCanadl.ln
attend can contact the pro( shop, entry graders: opened their season A. D. '1WI4. 'C'"
groups of motorcyclists gathering at a local coke or coffee "Although, Titusville is in des. Miller at 267.1 1l4." CraMree said. titleholder, Mike Duffof week" with games against Clear.lake ( 'crilTIM UK ALI K. BARNES

house; but, when it comes to Riving them something worth- perate need for a city recreation Toronto. Duff will bo in the !' and Satellite. Clerk of the Clrriill Court (MIirtvard

while, these same law enforcement fellows will remain director, it will be some time 300cc field, along with the world'sNo. Gibson high: Blue Devils Hertl. County Hall, Florida. .MBy ..

silent, offer no assistance, only give warnings such as "it before funds, and personnel are I rider, Mike Hailwood of Ocvilettrj will have their Deputy Clerk

probably won't work and we will nab the first one that gets available for him to start several Bowling NewsHandicap England, when it starts the 200kllomelfr opportunity to use the .. 10. IT. ii4, at iFrl.) 1M4.

out of line." projects One of his many jobs tests of speed amt endurance new gymnasium tonight Tin NC.:IV fOlNTY AMI. ISIS Jl I>IIKKVAKU UK';:.

Personally, it hasn't been but a few years since this wilt be to meet with all summer on Sunday. February 2. Monroe High of Cocoa Completion ... M.OKIIM.

writer was one of those teenagers.You baseball organizations such as Defending world champions In of the gym has been delayed HE,I!:'; Estate':: SO. of .

know the type nearly all teenagers are hood- little league, pony league softball LeagueRay 733 all of the classes will be at Day ( because of a lack of : KEXNETIt:: SMITH

lums, anyway that's the way it seems with the older gene \ and coordinate a program so High individual game: George tona. Hugh: Anderson New 2ra- equipment Gibson will also Devcaaeil.

ration. What most moms and dads won't admit, is the fact that all teams will be able to playon Nelson Insurance Jumpedoff Koomjian. 244; Joyce Allison 18!). land double champ of the 50 cc >K( K MSU.Of II DlorllHIIK 1.1"11 I'KTiriON: : SrL5:1't

that times have changed kids now don't get much of a the" limited number of) ball to an early lead in the sec _Ltasue secrl'taryIrs.! II. K. and 125 cc; Jim Redman, South day "Speed Weeks" which feature WHOM:IT THAI MAY CONCERNi. ..

kick out of turning over the old outdoor out-houses, or fields, Talmadge said. ond half of competition, taking. J rites said the league ha* vac- Rhodesia( 250 cc, and Hailwood, 13 major races, eight '* In hereby given' that I have .
It has to be challenging "At the present time, there four(; points from Graham Masonry ancles fur three women and two my flrat and Final Halurna a>
stealing grapes. something more SCO cc The two lighter classes them full internationals, Including : '" of the ):.1.'. of MAX- ,.
while the first half
such as automobile racing or stealing oranges, or what- has been some discussion concerning men bowlers. Interested kcglers battle on Fi-b. 1, and the two the 2000 kilometer () KENNETH: liMIT, dc*, ...df;
be. a recreation) center on T and G Music lost 3 points to *>.n call Mrs. Crates at 2671546. that I have filed. my Petition
the case Continent!
ever may havit rods on Sunday Feb. 2. on Feb. 16 and! Final Dlicharo; and that I wilt
Now the hoodlum in the New York and large the city's partially undevelopedland First Mortgage Corp. Msb' ",dlna. 11 con I.n' ta ChI Honorable Virgil'B.
gangs individual Gordon C'. and n'. &t 17 The motorcycle races are the "OaytlnaIHI:\ ), world's
cities well mobilized. Instead of causing near the overpass on U. S. High game: rlow.n or 1)lollnrllon &t 11 ., County Jud(* of Bravard
metropolitan are events of the annual 23 race F..b. 23.
opening Florida, January 31, 1M4
216 Ed Jobe 200. on
Shepherd, .
also civic! ; All Am..rlcan 411 2'
North and
1, a : center
trouble on horseback or bicycle like the case was about 60 Jlur.er Kind 3" :311Y.nklr. of the aims and for final)
But this will also be part of High !'ndivldual series: Gordon Oil s aa Bxarulrli of th* Eital
years ago, today's youngsters go first class. They hang the recreation director's Shepard, 585; Charles Young, 941. No. a III IJ.I 3r.am : ( RLL, KENNETH, SMITH,
new .
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around the beach areas in Corvettes and motorcycles.Jim T..m No t :es J MaJeorda :! .
duties: he concluded. Standings ( I.c'r..nl.' 26 3JI. I" I Il December 31. 1043a .
Bassitt, manager of Honda's cycle shop in Magnolia Tenor, Unn '...' .. A. lII.I.11I A..d.h. 14 U: ( ) Franree Joan Carter
Plaza which opened only about a month ago, has workedon Ray Nelaon Inaurance 4 II Team No. 7 I 14 34 : '" or TIIK ESTATE
KIlBl MnrtKaRe Corp 3 1 Team No. 1J It ::17 MAXWELL KENNETH:
motors of this type the past 15 years. Women Golfers Firm National/ Hank 3 1 Vie 25 95 rI' ITH. Deceaaed.
Duffy'. Restaurant 3 1 Team No. II 211 40 1 -. McCAHkJY, : *. TRAVERB
While talking to Jim several weeks ago, he told us, K.I by'. steak Hou.e 2 2 Team No, II 2114.' 421jT.em '.1) Walter K.: Travcra
"the best thing to do with boys who like to( ride motorcycles, BuilweUer' 2 2 No." t" III IU for Es.eutrlr,
Hpaceonlx 2 :2 ream No. :2 16'4' 6214 S4J. Cocoa Heach, "''a. <
who could possibly get into the wrong gang, should be stop- Plan For SeasonThe John'i Gateway Lamlicaplnf Lane t 2 3 2 a e I' e a, lo. 17. 24 iFrlt, IlIel4.1ICTO .

ped before it has the chance to develop into a more frightening T & II Muelo 1 3 Nelson Ins. League RAT-
Cllliena. Hank 1 a : .1'r'r.ord. t
organization. :I ce un-
Women's Golf Associationof Graham Masonry 0 4 High Individual game: Toby You. are hereby notified tb.U.
Bassitt has taken it himself to do abouttote
on ( Hills baa bean
the Whispering Country filed against 1011.454'
cycle owners, and that i i3 form a club. Club met Wednesday to discuss Lady Keglers Davis, 223; Lee Moe series, 212. SAFETY SERVICE Circuit. The Court name oftlrevard of th. County known,
High : Tobby ,4.
"I personally believe a cycle is one of the finest modes plans for the coming season r defendant I Raymond PcUl
of transportation there is .especially-on a sunny day," High individual game: C. Glea- Davis. S65; Lee Moe, 913. This ., Th nature of lh. eult I la fo*>a.
It was decided to hold tournaments son, 212; Ann Anderson, 203. High team game.: Shaffer'ehardware *. Th name of the Court In
Bassitt said. He has this because he 'a
( say manages "u said ault/ Ii pending la the
shop.) sponsored by local merchants High individual! scries: Ann & Siesta Motel, 391. Week$995 I t Court Ninth Judicial: I Circuit.
Anderson 561, Clearine Gleason Florida In aa<1 for Ilrevar
with prizes for two flights. High team series: Shaffer'sHardware I
"The thing we have to do is teach these boys the risk Florida, and the) abbreviated '
involved These !Mrs. Leonard Pitrick, Tour. :522. and Siesta Motel, In the case I. Wanda Fay Mu|.
when it to driving a motorcycle.
comes nament Chairman, is hard at High team game: Conn Cars, 1089.If'len. ONLY Pattery, Plaintiff va. Raymond
things (motorcycles) can be dangerous unless they are Defendant. being Cbamvcry:
' work setting up the rules for 749.High Langgle had a triplicate / 27410. You are hereby required
handled properly, and someone can be seriously injured. these coming events. team series: Conn Cars, of 168 for a series of 504. we do all this service work file your answer with the Clerk
He has to go along with the cycles being a fine mode of 2133. aalil, Court and to awry a copy
Drundln.e w'uo .l.n.S Adjust I ralcll">> on John Minot of the firm
transportation because, like we said, he manages a cycle Mrs. M. Williams did an excellent ': Splits converted: Nancy Chamberlain IhU.n Room 341'.4' 1714, 1 Align 2 B.lanr.both, 3 '* I'I"Shepard, Shepard aV. Mlnot. P.O.
I..nee I Inc. a4 10 11 front end a front whw>l.. \ : ....
several &1:1.: Cocoa. Florida,
shop, but, does he have to stay in the shop nights a job as Handicap 310, Connie Arnold, J- Pint Nallonal Hank 32 22 l.'s'I attorney
week (when he could be home), attending club meetings, man designating the members' 10 and 3.10; Clem Matejka, 58- Uua Saudi Chevrolet 3:1: 2MI".lIa Tnrninn; bar adjuntmtnt and parts extra, it needed 1 Plaintiff, 1964. It no you later tall than In do Febru*o a

of this latest handicap. It was decided Motori sUt' 82'4451udw.err ... pro confeiao will be entered
giving pointers to new cycle owners and things 10; Barbara LaGasse, 5.10; Bob. No :2 81 21Irudwel.or you. Paled this Slat day.,ot
nature? at (the meeting that a maximum tie Pelham, 3-6-7-10; Ann Hellc- ND, 1 5I'4' 22""' ima. CURTIS H.

.; We have to go along with Bassitt. Very few peoplein handicap of 36 will be In effect in meyer, 5.10; Ruth Arnold, 3.10; 1-11"haft.r'rood'. Hardware"lnre U 31''. 23 12'. I Aertle!!: ), Hall Clerk, Deputy of the Circuit Clerk Courts(ICla.'

Titusville would take on a task: such as this. future competition. Betty Mattingly, 5.6; Jane De- Mutual: '. Insurance tlBtoraII"31:/ 2.1Mololt..r 2414 I COURT HEAL)

Several months Titusville School mole! 310. ltono Hlore BATTERIES a. 10, 17, S4 C.'rl.) 1M4. '
a ago, at High we were Winners of Wednesday's blind rom'. P.an ull :2T'I t 2614 795 -

inside the gymnasium for a Terrier basketball game and hole match were Mrs. June Ryanin Tram Kln. Wen 49 l.o.tHurner 21 1'010 A. Dogs 27 2111-10 2114 27 Dependable famous make : e volt UW'
saw four boys, who appeared to be about sophomores or the below 36 handicap group Hhaffer'i'.Puce Hilwo. 44 311Rlch.r" WHMr:Motel 215 2'1 25euhurh.n 2551aa long life Arc batteries rxehange- If. ". .IN AMI. buss DKK-:
Aircraft 49 31Wrelern
juniors, walking around on crutches. and Mrs. Threlkeld in the Propane 2:1": artouthld. '
Marge Auto 4.1i 32'4'> .. tX'KKV: 51). >. ITIKt
4 One of the varsity coaches were nearby: and we asked, above 36 group. Harrington c-leanera 43 33 "Mo'rn""III.n" Molar h....Supply :23's ashy: '' Bo'3114)", MR OK "11'r tUN ItlVOUCU
C'herryilon Mobil Homes 40 an / MERCK, I
"Why are so many boys on crutches? Invariably he an- There will be a mixed scramble ;Merrlll'a Acct. Service 38 38 T 1'.m a No.MUMo t6 211\0\ 5214 Plaintiff
2'1' 11
swered, "motorcycles." event on Sunday, January 26th, ronn PIne Grove Can Inn SUV 37'4* 8514 ami<>. Magnolia Tav.rn IJ! as L. :
Like I pointed out, some of these accidents may be cut for all members of the Club. CutUr'r fltorea Inc. 3& > 41 I.ckaon'Rav H..I.on. 10Ilnlt In.ur"nre Market 1514' a5'4' CAR FLOOR MATS $ REECE. Defandant. I
Flrit National' Hank 3:1: 4.1 : MILDRED!: L. REKCH. Kou4
handle these machines take 149r
down if taught to
boys are
Keel' Insurance 33 41 Universal fit. Heavy-duty 8, Loa. U07, Terre Haul. lnd
care of their cycles and also warned of the dangers. Macko'a Lounge 28 48Cltlcrna Horse Show Sunday Iona'
Hank Choice of color*, ..
24H 61'i ,
nr hrkf notltleil that a
Bassitt has estimated there are probably( 40 .motor- Davis Places Orange County Sheriff' Departments tl e .'" for Divorce bat beta

cycles of various types and horsepower( ratios in Titusville.At Fri. Nit. Mixers Mounted, Pone will .avatnit you, and yo. are fa-
lo aerv* a copy of Ajl-
their first meeting two weeks ago, nearly 15 boys attended. have their season third HorseShow : or Pleading to the Complaint:: I
In Four Events High team series: Team No. at Fairvlew Park the plaintiff attorney A. j.
across : Jit., P. O. BOX TftL
"That wasn't a bad attendance figure, since the only 12, 2125; Flowers of Distinction, from Ben White Raceway, In MUFFLERS SLANG FLORIDA aid

advertisement used was the word of mouth," commented Bobby Davis, 14 year old son 2013. Orlando' Sunday. I L High quality, famous 9 $ lb.. nfflo original of Answer the Clerk or Plea-lint of the
High Individual series
Bassitt. of : Ray Court on or hefiir the 10th/
Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Davis, Tommasella make mufflers teeUp of February. 1M4. If you fall
596 Charolette Jar-
Last night, the club elected officers, named the organi- placed In four of five entered ; 0 ao, Judcmcat. by default win
rett, 514. aialnet for th rencf.
DOG you *
zation, "Titusville Two-Wheelers, agreed on a fivepageset events including one first in the I In th* Cnmnlalnl. --
team Team No.
High 12
of by-laws for governing activities and rules, and mostof Saddle Tree Farms Horse Show game: : AND OHDKREO: at Tltnv
Florida. this 8tb day of Jan
all, had over 20 boys present. All of them owned or were held Sunday at Apopka.A RACINGNIGHTLY IW4. -.

driving cycles. BRAND NEW Famous'for Quality URAL) .r
"We hope by next summer to be able to have field Parkway Junior High Freshman HONDA 8:10 Circuit Court. Drevard Cou..**,..
Davis, also plans to enter Florida.By .
trials scrambles and of this nature. iretone
things the Sheriff'sMounted Except Sunday \ ;I f Uerll StanD.puly _
Orange County
bad sounds said. Clerk -
"A field trial is not as as it Bassitt A. J. Hoaemann Jr. ...
Posse show this week
We pictured a field trial as a race where about 35 cycles "WoiWt No.-1 I Cycl. NYLON 8,70.15TIRES ." for I'lalnllff. *,.
end In Orlando. $1 O.Ttlbe type 16, IT. H. 81 (Crrl.l ,,
raced over an obstacle course at the fastest possible speed. .4 Cycl. No Oil Mix Olackwall'Plus I--! :.

"There are different kinds of motorcycle races. The Davis who rides a horse named Till: riKCTIT I'OI etVoK THE
lax and tradt-ln till off your car JIIIMML IIKIIIT fl
kind we mean could be held on" a shopping center parkinglot "Flash" took first place In f WHITeWALLS $2 MORE : Ft15 I IISICYASi5 "CltIIIU.

or a practice football field, Bassitt continued. open jumping; third in maiden SerrylNe ..H".Ry. 1If.. ..... '

"The winner would be determined by speed and a point horsemanship; sixth in limit .b_. obi Tubel8 Blackwalls '12' N. FOR or BERTHS PRII:!!.

system We could possibly use barrels, and weave in and horsemanship; and third In open I eaC MIllO" ( LEE Tills DENTEEM.!: ADOPTION: a minor nr

out obstacles at a speed of somewhere in the neighborhoodof horsemanship. I II LOW PRICES ON ALL OTHER SIZES : MHLVIM SLaM Known DUNKBM: Realdence! ) --..

15 miles per hour. Of course, this is only an example," II I I = MATINEESWednesday A Saturday: I JOI.Detroit".. ,Avenue Mlchlaan ._...

Bassit said.
!llClTI.'. or "BTinov ro "
"At the end of each season we plan to give awards to 2 P.M. %l n >THif -*
club members who have compiled the, best record. By record Badcock's I NMnllr 100 HOPKINS a Petition baa been ethos In

we do not mean police< record, but, a member who has Ladies Fr*. Thursday Night ) Comer Oranor above'atrled' for court She by sdoplloa-1'f BEKTHA I

assisted the most motorists, kept his machinery in working Arc Moving To ANEW j 9 Glass Enclosed 267-4150 .> Life DBNraiM: a w.intir. ,
Heated CranJstandtLuiurlout Petitioner. BERTHA PRIEJ
condition participating in club affairs, etc., "Bassitt said. I and you are ,.qulr.4..Jp

"This would give them something to work toward," LOCATION ModelsFrom Clubhouse App limbos :: *. a copy of your AD awer or
te show
Goods eauaa why
he said. Oa Or About Valet Parking eporting should ..t .be vranteit, on

We have to give Bassitt a lot of credit.ti FEB. late 1964 $$199 10 $195$ "Where The Tcp Dogs" Run 11TUSVILLE'I OUTITANDINI elcyoieeea droTY .att rnv, 319 for 0..Petitioner.? Colonial Drive B.'J.;

He's trying something that few people will do; give up I Rain or Shin. CAS SERVICE CENTER CatAeeessodrsf -B-, Orlando rinrMa. and ffle.
erlalnal In the office of tne-
their time to help teenagers. --- of Cleenlt Court en or be"',.

t We personally think this is one of the best ideas since WATCH FOR OUR i HAM'S I ",,,":., 1$.FAIL 1..... NOT.. a DetrQ-

boy scouts and little league. Costa. will be entered a atn-
well known personality'' has said "Today's childrenate Grand OpeningANNOUNCEMENT I n"t "
A CYCLE CENTERMagnolia mr l>**d and the et
going to the dogs. They do not rise when their elders Court In Tltu*..IN'*, Bni.rd
'I Florida this 11 toy, eft *...
enter the room; they do not speak only when spoken to; At Our Now Location PI.... Tlfusvlll 7rtM A CMAftf.1 ACCOUNT A1.. '*'.. -.

they chatter constantly at the dinner table; they do not havere MJ King St., C
respect for their elders 21 East Main St. Babcock St., Eau CallU >. Clerk of Ik. .aloT' CtieejltCewrt.

This statement was made by a Greek Philosopher Sane Block at Pal Office.ta.e..aa II "N.-d 2 Wh..lt-S. I KENNELHarf. TOP QUALITY Bf Be-l. .. Han *".

biown as Socrates, some 2,300 years ago. H.mboM"j Dennty Crop
j 17.*. Hri. s..,... a O.I..e IT, 't, 11 Fib. T, (Tit) 1M4.frlelay. .

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Pl,- I TltvivllU (Florida) Stir A..te Friday, January If, 1M4Joning
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Board Okays Two Parking Winter Carnival Receives

Plans And Tables Two OthersPlanning Outstanding Patron SupportAmid Phone} AM 7-1511: Store Hours: 10 am to 9 pm

Titusville Center
and Zoning Board employees the hustle and bustle/ of ask for their support for the Shopping

Wednesday night approved two Parking plan for Rogers!; Out last minute preparations for the Winter Carnival, which is being

parking plans and tabled two board Sales!! and Service because! Junior Women Winter Carnival held to raise funds for a proposed L indse

others during a session at which it showed no proposed layout or to be held February 1st at civic center.

only four of seven members were methods of getting to the area the Whispering Hills Country The committee chairmen

prc-ent from Garden Street Club, one committee can sit who were assisted by Mrs. John

Approved were: The board recommended approal back and relax because their M. Ward man, Mrs Charles

Parking plan for the new high for zoning property on work is finished Massey, Mrs. John Starling, v '

rise apartment to be located on P' rk Ave. just south of the Mimt The Pcition'i Committee, head Mrs. Tom Grusenmeyer and f o f

the former W. D. Wilson property Saver Market on Garden Street cd by Mrs John P. Nelson and MM II C. Pierce, report that

between U. S. 1 and Riverside from R-1 to D-1; approval for rezoning Mrs. Gilbcit t Goshorn, had the tiny wtre delighted with the

Drive, unamed as yet. The parking property at corner of task of contracting business wonderful response! they reccived SUIT by SAGNER

plan thowi 143 spaces includIng Washington and Indian River! professional{ and civic leaders to .
20 on the east side of River. Avenue from R 1 to R-3; denial of

r tide Drive This Is eight more rezoning for property at corner Peso-Pluma, the favorite Florida weight suit. A blendof
than the number of apartments of Tropic Street. and. Titusville NSA To Install 65'r i dacron polyester' and 35 imported wool.
. to be constructed Ave. from R 1 to R 3 and okayed
tailored in two-trouser for
Expertly a suit extra wear.
the special use permit for prop
Parking plan for the new Star .; Styled for comfort and good looks. A fine selection of
the of Washingtonand
at corner
Advocate building at the cor Future Secretaries
new and classic colors for Spring.
nor of St. Johns and Hopkins Garden to permit used car

.showing 60 parking spaces. sales, with restrictions. 1 r

Tabled for further informationwere 1C Chal. and skills toward attaining the
: high stan The Community Room at
t., Parking plan for( Shipwreck Jess Parrish rewarding secretarial career. IATh
Lounge just north of Howard Citizens Dank will be the scene

i. Johnson Motor( Lodge, because of of an impressive candlelight Mrs. Freida Carter, president! ugA1&J t\ J

.: .( lack of information( regarding Hospital List ceremony when the newly organized of the Titusville Chapter NSA

eating capacity antI number of Titusville High School, will conduct the initiation ceremony .
& --
Admission and dismissals future Secretaries Associationwill of the charter members, a

be installed by their sponsor as well as the Installation of
at Jess Parrish Memorial!! Hospital
Aflilude Survey the Titusville Chapter of iFA!': Chapter officers; Joan Arnold .
for 21 and 22 were
January .
president, Judy ZImmer.man
the National Secretaries; : Associa ,&I
as follows: reIf
linn (Intl). vke-pixMdent, Millie 1

Underway HereByTheJaycees January 21 Shenly, secretary and Ellen
One hundred and thirty guests Eisenhower, treasurer

Admitted: Sandra Spencer, 'have been Invited to attend the .
The will include addresses
Scoltsmoor; Lydia Richardson, installation ceremonies on Sunday ,,
by L)>r. James II llurdDim t1b
Christmas; Sylvia (I'hipps, Oak January 26th {from 2 tillS
'tor of Secondary Education J's
Hill William llerndon, 203
Titusville Jaycees got their ; pm. 1-irtvard County: Board, of Public
Thornton Avt Jo Anna Hidden,
"Community Attitude" Survey ; Thirty senior secretarial students Instruction and Mrs. Gail BuUnrS .
250) Stuart Ave.; D J. Barnett,
under way today by distributing representing the charter .\ Florida Division Chairman
(holly Hill Leslie Canada, Mims;
: through tixlay'r Star.Advocate, ; members of the Tituxvillp! High past president of the Cocoa
and Andrews 02J:
Gwendolyn ,
: about 1100 copies of the survey School ISA Chapter, together Beach Chapter! NSA. lUv J, E.Doatwri.ht. .

and! asking local residents to fill Oliver AveDiseharged with their school advisor. Mrs.J. : First Baptist

: them out and return them. : : : lI"zl'E.\ Booth, G Lovan, Sr.. will dedicate Church of Mims, will deliver the .N

In the survey the person! could 1323 Overlook Terrace; Phillm themselves to acquire knowledge invocation itLW(

rite as "very good adequate, Joyce Bui'knit, 124 Tuscarora Invited guests will include ,

Inadequate or don know" such ltd.; Hilly Faye UdMonte 512 patents of the senior students I

facilitIes as water supply, sewage Mendel Lane; Florence' W. Box" Staneck Opens Mayor and Mrs. K Kittles, Mr. ,

disposal, drainage garbage 318 Uoye Ave; Dorothy) Kilpat- and Mrs. T. Scarborough M>.

(collection gas, electricity telephone rick ChrMmat; Eddie Lee arid Mrs. F. Tomclulc Mr. and

postal service, newspaper, Oliver BIS l Robbins Ave.; and New Office Here Mrs. W. J. Garden, Mr. and r yxa

radio and television service, Herbert D. Tisttrman, 2253 Old Mis Robert Hudson, Mr. and I
medical court, legal, dental, hospital Dixie Highway Humid A Stanek and Assoc. Mrs Cc Morgan, Judge and Mrs.

welfare, public transportation 22 lutes Dill Abbott and Don Dawson M. Smith advisois and prey ,

( parking facilities, streets January have dents, of all Titusville High
opened their new office! at
sidewalks, recreation for all ages Admitted: Keith Barnett, 448 117 Broad Street in tlio Baldwin School Clubs, NSA Division officers I

Also meeting places play. Cocoa Beach Chapter f s'v
, Indian River Ave.; Thomas S. Shopping Center They representover
grounds, parks, schools restaurants NSA Orlando Chapter NSA
20 of insurance A8x
Brown, Mims; Elizabeth Glenn, years expcrlcnce
facilities .
motels shopping Melbourne Eau Gallic Chapter
Mims, Dorothy Johnson, Cocoa;
job opportunities etc. .
NSA and Daytona Beach Chap
These would all be rated by Thomas Johnston, 3 Azalia Ave; They will handle all\ forms of ter NSA ,

I -one of the four choices Jeffrey Lamar, Mimi, David insurance Including- life, hospital 1

Then there are other questions Migdelskl. 1432 Lajce Circle Dr; ;group: accident and health auto '. V

"| .... about community\ Ufcot and dlWkcs Carina .Myeri, 63J NOl th Dixie tire, workman:! compensation, MARCH I ..
'- things that would\\ makeIt Highway, and Emily Smith, boats, bonds and all other formsof ..<

a better community, etc. 7X3: Williams St. casualty insurance, In add.
(Continued From Page 1)) j4 ; : '
j The survey forms should be Discharged: : William Herndon, Ilion to this they! will hat] lie investment 1 ,.w ... ..

mailed to Box 1833, 'Titusville, 200 Thornton Axe; Mary\ Lee contracts and mutual city at exactly 7:00 p m. on Tues v r

;|t when completed. Holmes, 1014-4th Ave; Roy K. funds. Some of thu imnpanles day to give notice of the proposed
they present National Trust
march. All residents should turn
Merritt, 3142 ilallum Ave Duke
; Life Ins Co., Founders Life
Minrr: ton HIISualud their porch lights on to Indicate
Moore 814
Williams Corlna
till will l>. reiolv. bY ; Southwest Fndemnity! Old ColonyConnettieut ,
the uuurl' of( Ctuiilv (:omniliwluiirraUiovmrt Myers! 639! North Dixie Highway their willingness to support the
County, 11 t Him: up" unit 1 Fire Conn Casualtyand March
.e'46 clock A .M.. on the lilti liny uFvlirunry ; James Walsh 141 Donna Conn. Eni'cmnily! as well as
A.O.. 1DM, In. th* CoinmliMluimr ; Dr; Barbara Sanders IRC; finally, Roberts said, "Be sure
which specialize In
Koom Court Huua Tl \t
iwvllle tlirlU. for. harry Tyler, 542 Lenoie; Gerold! hard-to-place risks, to remind your neighbors to turn 1
The construction alone (11)) build. Leonard on their porch lights and tell
401 Mendel Lane -
"Ina. 38 by 50 feet, II feel high to b. ; -- ----
nilruciLd of conircte bluiki with ma Watson, 223 Laurel! Place; ENVELOPES Business Mzes them that their gifts to the 1A 1-

:- mnuret bur JiilnH* reinforced, floor ala droll>b, Hue anil. and Margaret Gay Wood 3111 Also Kraft Envelopea with clasp March of Dimes fights: birth defects

built up ofr.ru'Foor. ( ) wall rrcmli.lHi Bryn Ma AT Drive for mailing. Full stock at Star. and arthritis, as well as
1 |light| fixture In build. '
Advocate polio"
ins: building to IIAV two KtraycbnlMIng "
type doura .nd one >as> by are dour, ------- -- ------- -- as
bass veiullnton In :
root: Dull to ling to two b. completely NOTICK: KK IIII8e.lu.1 ,,
bill will be rnutlveil by
pRlnlcil with vinyl
typeonalln .
*. Hulldlnf Oe complolcly. the hoard of County Commlmli. .ni. ri. I Phone AM 7-1511 a
fir up until 5,43: Delink AM *tbruary <
proof 6. 1IM4, 'In th. Cummluiloner i a
Hull lint to b located In North
Prevmrd County* a. dolntd by room. Court lloum, Tltuivlllu, t'lor. Store Hours: 10 A.M. to 9 P.M.
Mr. raulk Commluloncr UlitrktMo Ida fort :
; .
1.1'100u. Mix 1I..e".er> atatloo wagon four. Lindsey Titusville Shopping Center rk
and sclflcntloni| may bear door.pow..r tmrlne. and brakxaradla .
and healer cyllmlirvohIII
.n al the Haulm Department Of-
(ire. will be painted by Anurlian
Hidden mud line to deduct, any I.arr.nce In ml enamel. 1
Hide to be marked Hid fur Kla
and .11 work dui by the County IfAny. .
In the conitruitlon of thl* lion Wiifon'! on out>ld* of h.nvi-1
bulltllnc ope,
ladder I l In nrnmnt B"4 Did llonil t'h. Heard rvmrv the right to
with prnpoial. reject any and I .U|| bl,In.
roervra lh right la ,
Inset any aft, nil bide. anil have ( CHAIRMAN Tszvalble.'sLOVE : \
IwrmlMlon to r*. All bltl to be marktil Illil foe : .
nullillnc. Health I>opt.! UB" on out HKtuVAHDFLORIDA: COUNTY, (
stile of envelop',
JOE H WICKHAM Jan, 24, 31 (lJo'rI.) IMtM .
>rle K Til 11'1 I yt11:

Ian 24. 31 (Ii"rl.) 1MI. 5\V..tate.('>10 Newport. MarylandYOU Avenue BRA 2,00 I

a lult has been thud axalnat
Stock Reduction Salt I r I you In the Circuit Court of ihe I
Ninth I JiHlliUI Circuit, In end fur
Brevanl, County, H"H. U. ..ntlth'lIIU'HAItU i
DECOR Int.rler.Eet.rlor! vinyl Ul'STAV HIINrHPUIntirt :.
palntl Rtgultr $479>> VI MARCIA MClllthlltlNTK

TWO GALS, for 750. value No .T4o: The Defendant n.lur. In of Chunivry thl. nil VAN HEUSEN SHIRT
I. In obtain a divorce old. other. 0///
DUeonrlnud olori In SUPER relief.
K EM.TONE rgultr' M.W TWO VolT AKb IIEKEI1Y ItKgUIItl-\ : handsomely tailored shirt by Van Heusen
T to file your written ilrfunnri with I .0f h
GALS. for $7.SO. : __.
the Lltrk of nail I Court and verve a t with an English: spread collar. Made of fine

r SUPER KEMGLO R.,ul.r copy torneyi thereof on or upon before PlHliitim February. at.inI broadcloth with a convertible sleeve.

$"'*9 TWO GALS. for pries *f I lull). or a I)nerve. ItuCunfiano; will i I, Sizes 14 to 13.
enelI be entered i...In.I youWITNhwa a:
; my hand and I official I 4t! :
I Seal .. Clerk of the (In-ult CourtIn '
THIS COUPON Goed P 0' $100 and fur Hrtvard County Hurlda. ::1// -. 1 5.00
this llh da l v of Januury Uol ,
ON PRICE OF ANY $1000 teeiLKT KfAUCurlli .:
or more PURCHASE! It. llnrnpi 1MEN'S "
t.V. Stamps with all l| purehastsl Clerk of the Circuit Churl In
and tot llmvard I

lly I ionic. Hall. i 11 : DRESS SLACKS
Paint Outlet
Factory Inc.: I
P O. lion OlIn 1

Baldwin Shopping Center Attorney Orlando tlorlla for Ilalnllff : [ \ CASUAL SLACKS ; by HAGGAR

J Jan II, 17, U. lil Fill. 1J\J1.: | I
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t Tailored for comfort

Sam Janover I and in a blend t Haggar makes the slacks that men like to

of trimness and cotton ; wear Choose Snugduds or) the slack for the

'a" I INSURANCE I also polyester and Farel executive in the favorite blends of dacron

Fantastic the bra that lets you place the rayon blends and all polyester/wool or dacron polyester/rayon.

straps wherever) you wish regular to off) shoulder Sizes 28 to 48.
ANY TIME they cottons a'
stay put all-ways! Amazingly com
1 r + ANYONE I Portable! Wide stretch straps, low scoop back,

+ ANY PLACE and embroidered cups with elastic insert. White. 4.98 to 7.98 6.95 to 16.957'

ANYTHING I Sizes 32-3GA: 32-38D, 32-40C.
210 So. Washington AT.

Phone 267-7319 WEAR DEPARTMENT
"J'm.4.. Near Av Your Phnn," t



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Star-AdrocateTh : i ia

Vole of 25,000 North Brvvard County R..ld.nl
(By Bob Hudson)

We don't know how the average Me"on I it
reader feels but if they feel
like we do they're tired of hearing ,!"
R : !::"t
candidates for office particularly IRC Chamber
those on the slate level
citing themselves "ucannounc- wt

c i.i" candidates.
Jan. 30thThe
The worst of these is State M Meet
nt' Petersburg, who "grinds out"a
Indian River City Cham, com milt. will welcome all
dally publicity release from his
proclaimed "political office" on bcr of) < ommcrcc and Chic association helpful uigcMion: toward actual
9th Street In St. Petersburg.In will hold a special layout or arrangement ot the ;
each of these he names meeting in the Civic Center in Improvements
someone to his now get this: I RC on Thursday, January Talent Show plans which are
"liaison committee" not cam, 30th at ft p.m, under wily will be presented
palgn committee; or tells wherehe The special business of the Further development of these
Is going to speak, etc ml'etingiII be another full dncussion plans will be dmcusipd and ar

Frankly if the guy is going to on the recommendationto united the proceeds will be oUEST SPEAKER:; Retineo \la' '.m- T 3; luv; MMr,. OorU;:: Tyler and
run for governor he ouht to go change the name of the organIzation used to provide! the! necessary ':'r Carboa; Wicket chairman
mander Edward M Stevenson ahead and say it. Keeping track This is a big stop and monies for the bUilding Improvements *, cultural interest to TUusviMt\ \inn oxpiamrd i L;. 'i all) members of the sorority took
of campaign expenses isn't that President O G Exlme feelseveryone future plans ot the An t I ,'.,tue |K.i 'in n art lesson inducted: by Steven I
difficult should have ample "All members are urged to to members of Eta Eta Chaptn i ,II t Beta ',onnu' (i.ache an adult art class at
And we applaud our fellow time to think the problem 0\er attend All Interested citizen
Phi dining then tne Alt l'l'lItl'each week.. (Carlson
Sigma Sorority meeting
school board member Norm Rice and a chance to vote on the ire urged: to attend 1 and Join u"', !!
Thursday at First Federal From> beat are Photo.) ,
of) Cocoa, who was the only candidate recommendation The pros and our dues are only $2 per >ear
to proclaim "I'm gonna GETS COOKIES Mayor Ed Kittles was pre cons are bring discussed for the We need jour help now and in
run" at the big Demo meeting sented complimentary boxes of Girl Scout Cookies recently last three weeks and should ter the future to keep our Community Local Sergeant In Missile Firing Exercise I
Monday night by Mary Durian of troop 267 prior to the annual minate In a discussion and vote moving forward," said Ex- Army
cookie sale beginning this Friday through Feb 1. Proceeds at the special meeting. line, II III :cd Tltu,ville High SJiool
There seems to be a questionthat from cookie sales will be used to construct new Homemade, refreshments will Army Staff Sergeant Lynn E ---- ---------
has perplexed a number of sites. From left are Mrs. Richard Bleakley, cookie chairman Plans and sketches of the proposed be served along with coffee or Popiull I son of Mrs F M IVppill

property owners as well as members Mrs. C. P. Durian; Mayor Kittles, Nancy Bleakleyand Improvements on the punch depending on the temperature tiU Titus St. TllusvilUpnrtiiipated Phone AM 7-1311 .
of the city zoning board- Mary Durian (Carlson Photo.) building will be presented The of the evening, with other mend
whore Is DeLeon Street? Stoic Hours 10 am,to {8) pm
beri, of flattery A of the \JndArtillm
The street is there-In some
places 25 feet in width and less 's 2nd Missile TVittfi.in I Titusville Shopping Center

in other places. The right-cf.way $21 Million Area ProjectsCongressman : a ono week missile fi./ *

apparently varies thus it arrive at MiOicgor Guided Mi1-
makes it pretty tough when a -
property owner comes to set back Edward J, Gurney been Included in the 1965 budget the coast. project In the Upper St. John's silt- lUnge, N, M The exercise I I Ijilasoiltrl
r lies! Where does he "set back" laid today he has been in for Florida Projects directly af Basin hat been delayed because ended, Jan. 13 .
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hem? The two Orange County pro Sergeant Poppi'll's\ unit, .nKuUiK
formed by the Corps of Engineers feeling the 11th District the sudden Increase In land ,
Maybe\ one of these days a survey that a total of $21,560,000 has Included are $131 million for jects to be started are Spillway acquisition costs due the space assigned to Ilnmeitemt"
will determine just where expanded construction of the Central S3 at the Lake Pointsett Canal, development necessitated: a redesign Air lone Base, ii armed with ,
the centerline of either the streetor plazas at the intersection of the and Southern Florida Flood and spillway 164 at Taylor Creekon to keep expenditures with the Nike.Hercules missile and is
the right.of way is. Bennett Causeway and AlA, Control Project the initial phases the Osceola County line. in the authorization, a part of the nationwide Army
pointing out that they were manned in the Upper St. John's River Representative Gurney said Also included in the Engineers Air Defense Command, (AIIAD- s
One of the men "fighting" the only 10 hours a day and motorists Basin in Orange County and $3900,000 ,- this phase of the Flood Control requests for fiscal I 19! a Is a $4 COM). t "fi7e x ? J r
DeLeon Street problem at the were "trusted" to drop in for construction at Canaveral project would be a continuing million item for continued construction The 31-year-old soldier enteredthe
zoning board meeting Wednesday their coins at other times. harbor series of contract covering several ( of the Cross Florida Army In March 1952: and')
night said after eight weeks of "What happens if they don't Farther south Gurney said years. The portion of the Barge Canal. wa' list ,stationed. in Germany yTM'A
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At a recent meeting of the ner answered then quickly adding level west of the coastal ridge, I TO 9 PM TITUSV1LLE SHOPPING CENTER
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Pig 2.8 Titusville (Florida) Stir Advocate Friday, January 24, 1964

Church News Of The WeekFor 61

Titusvilfe and North Brevard CountyDeadline $

) For These Pages 9 P.M. Wednesday .

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you want a Firm Foundation-

First Methodist Episcopal Calvary Baptist Christian Science Sound Footing for a lifelong walk... ;

Morning worship will be held Tile schedule for St. Gabriel's Services will be held Sunday at Jtsus word, "Ye shall know 0" here it )is.. The Foundation this man ilk

; tt 8:30: and 11:00: a.m. it Flrik Episcopal Church as announcedby the Calvary Baptist Church as the truth, ant the truth shall stands: ) on can serve as compass to '

Methodist Church, Titusville, Father Ferguson is as foi. follows: make you free", will be the guide you;-a blueprint for better
School will begin at
with Rev. Ed Norman bringingthe lows: Sunday theme at. Christian Science living. It b filled 'with' do'a and don'ts
message "Matching Your Saturday, Jan. 25. 9:30: (.Da.. 10:00:: a.m. under the direction of church services this Sunday a
Communion, Feast of the Marvin Fisher Sunday School that groom one for Heavenly company.
a "life To The GospeL, Scrip-. Holy The Bible Lesson on "Truth"
'jure will be read from.John 6:66-: Conversion of St. Paul10:00; : a.m. Supt., with classes for all ages. will, include these related readings I The Psalmist prayed "Establish my

69. The 11:00: a.m. tervic will Childrena Confirmation Class. The morning worship service from the denominJ tlCJO'S footsteps in Thy word and let ,
Sunday, Jan. 26, Moruing Prayer begins: at 11:00: a.m. with Pastor
>lie> broadcast over Radio Station textbook: "Tbe. eternal Truth not any iniquity have 'dominion over
Bill McClure bringing the mea-
wiD.be said at 7:13: a.m.; Holy
WRMF. be destroys what mortals seem to This mn's foundation the t w,.
Communion will be celebrated at sage. Special music will rendered me. pointy
II" uml the dk"Jetiw have learned from Q1dman'
Church School, f error
7:30: a.m.; Sunday School, for the by Mrs. Carolyn Fisher child way to Go.. Actually it is the Bookof
> of John Raley, will begin Group will[ real existence as a
and will meet at The Young People's
fourth grade y
t '' : of God to Science Life..is your name written there?
promptly at 9:45: a.m. with class.e 9:00: a.m. The adult class will meet at 1:30: p.m. and prayer comes Light" (
;. for all ages. A nursery for also meet at this time under the service will be held at 7:15: p.m. end<1 Health with Key to the It offers peace o/ mind and

IF. all ages. A nursery is provided direction of'Jack Norton; Family Pastor McClure will be teaching Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, comfort of soul to those who take it

! 'In Keiuiesscy Hall for children Eucharist will be celebrated at from the Book of Revelationat p. 288)). seriously Attend church: regularlyand !
'of preschool age.t. member- night serviceat First Church of Christ, Scien-
The School. Wednesday-
10:00: a.m.; Sunday read of the it offers
hip class will be held at 9:43: third grade and below, will mm 7:30.: tist, Tltusville holds Sunday

.' .m. in the Pastor'i Study for at 10:00: a.m. under the directionof The Weekly Bible Study will beheld services a.t 11 a m. and Wednesday one to hold to when one is no

young people. James Munnis, Jr. at Brother McClurcs home testimony meetings at nor longer able to hold the Book...

Junior church will begin at Confirmation at 3:00: pun. Bishop at 220 Stuart Avenue, Indian p.m. at 109 Baldwin Stopping! it offers Sound Footing.

.11:00: a.m. this Sunday In HenJJcssey Duncan will administer the River City Tuesday at 10:00: a.m. Center. Sunday School Cpr

Hall, under the direction Sacraments of Holy Confirm and Visitation will be Thursdayat children up ta the age of JO

!=f Mrs. Robert Gibson. William ation. Reception to follow. 10:00: a.m.Calvary convenes at 11 a.m. in !the

JJandusky will preside at Junior Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 8:00: p.m. Baptist Is a Pre-Mlllen- Chamber of Commerce building.

Church, and Mrs. Woodi Scan- St. Catherine Chapter will meet at nium, Independent Church and All are welcome. i "'

Brett who has helped with the the home of Mrs. Kui DavU. Pastor McClure extends a cordial l : 4

will also serve as Wednesday,. Jail 28k ..t 7:15: invitation to ho !public to attendall Church of Gad n
:Jflannina!! Is Morning! grayer, I tIlJ i (:omr-.un. services. Services are being:
janist. Miss Mario Young
ion. held temporary at the Women's New people to this area will 1
:!,susie director. Mrs. J, C. find a warm welcome to study in
Thursday Jan :3ff aA 9t30 a.m. Club House, 119 Hopkins Avenue. t
Patterson and Mrs. Granville the school
Sunday at the Chinch
CwnjravaioBV 1:301 1
Moldy D.m.
:Heart will be In charge of the of God at 10:00: o'clock, announced : a
Cult Sc* ottu I
rtory time. Joseph N. Daniel, pastor, p
Flidsy, Jan. 31" at.! 7:43: the Mims Church Of God YAK r
= Youth recreation will be held choir will rehears Worship begins at 11:00.:

is1 1 4:00:() ) p.m. '!i nday, followedat .Evening-PwyerwHr-bo! read at Service for Church of God, Each Sunday light at 7:00: is
Uw hour of old-fashion revival l
3:30 by a suaok supper and 5:00: p.m. Monday, Wednesday Mims, are announced as follows "
at 6:15: bybe MYE meeting; and Friday and at 7:00: p.m. on by Rev. Kyle Bryan, pastor: service. Many have found< renewed t,
hoil. will be held at 7:00: spirit, strength and encouragement
youth Tuesday and Thursday. Sunday: Sunday School. 10 '
Ia these IIt'l'YkeSlJI'r&'er :
p.m.; Evening worship will be ft.rn.it; morning worship, 11; meeting begins at
held at '7:30: p.m. Sunday. Lutheran evangelistic service, 7.p.m.
Trinity lovcBrthirty Tuesday and Youth
Choir rehearsal will b. heldat Wednesday: Youth Service training Thursday

'7:30: p.m. on Tuesday- In the Worship service Is held at Trim 7:30: p.m., with Mrs. Sue Bell in
Until the new bunding is com
Sanctuary.Boy\ Ity Lutheran Church on Magnolia charge.
Scouts will meek at 6:30: pleted on Hopkins, the congregation
Ave. in Indian River City aj
Friday: Men'sprayer hour, in
meets a store buildingat
p.m. Wednesday in the Scout 10:15: a.m. Sunday morning. A
7:30 .
: p.m.Saturdal"t 308 Washington Ave., down.
Hut at Blanton Park, nursery is provided for small
Barbecue supper, town Titusvillo. The public is in.
Mission Study will be bald at children: during the service
S p.m. to T. vited.
7:30: p.m. in Hennessey Hall on Sunday School: begins at 9:0:

Wednesday. Background\ on,. a.m., with lasses for children

Amtnism, Buddhism, Islam anc) beginning at 3 years of age and a First Presbyterian Mims Methodist

Hinduism will be presented by' class for adults.
Representative young people] The' following services are announced
Mrs. John Patterson Mra. Youth Confirmation C1 I as.
\ from the 'Junior-ltJ' and Senior for Mini Methodist .
Laurence Dehmiow, Miss Dorcas meets at 4:00.: Luther League will

Curt .._- pj Mr'tugt'L ?i''lU'TjThursday ; ?.JUlt meet this Sunday Hi Youth Groups' will conductthe Church: This Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
j 7ti ary ."M: I.tlle"'\/; Another Men Only'" 'dinner.'will servICes. at 'Worship, at &3Q Sunday) Sunday School.' 10

District Methodist'MonViaee to-, be held at the church: Sunday and 11 a.m. Sunday at First a.m.; morning worship 11, witb

Ing will be held a.) Spworth beginning at 3.:09.: The men of the Presbyterian in recognition c( message "Blessed Are They ThatMourn" First Federal Savings' &. Loan Association)
congregation and visitors are! erv denominational Youth S4nday* < ; MYF, 5:30: p.m. Supper; Atlantic Plumbing
Methodist Church, in Orlando '
A special laymens program is counted to attend this evening There will be a church-hour will be served for the youths; JI :329 St. Johns St. TitusvIlle' Downtown; Tttusv111e,

planned. of Christian fellowship, ind disc nursery at 11 a.m. only. evening service. 7:30: song lervr.
cusaloa Ice and prayers for healing./
Sunday School at
Saturday\ at 8:00: p.m., the The Church Council will hold 9:46: and the! regular convenes Youth Monday: Methodist Men will Indian River Machine Shop Baird's Mobile Homes r

Methodist( Men's Club meeting Its organizational meeting for Group meetings are- held from meet/ at. 7:00: p.m. : Indian River City, Florida ? \ ,''> '] | C! /\ .': Rte. 1 Box 331 Cocoa.,FtorMaBoyd's i
Wednesday: Bible study ol .
will be held in Hennessey Hall. 196at! the church Sunday evening 7 t to 8 p.m. in the church. l -
at 7:30 the dinr Book of Rwnan at 7:00: p.m.;
The : following
program will be fcy Bruce The Board of Deacons! meets
Snyder and Woodie Scandrett nero senior choir practice at 743 p,m.Thursday Association Gulf Service
Citrus Growers
Monday- averting at 7:30: p.m.;. Mims
: Membership, tt
and will Monday evening at 7:30: the
concern ScoutiagNazarene .
the S ssi
Trinity Lutheran Church Women a Thursday at 7:30: 4:00: p.m. Mims, Florida Downtown Titusville
) p.m., and' the Women's. Association Saturday: Junior choir. practiceat
will meet at the church: A shower
at 8 also on Thursday.
p.m.t U a.m.
Is planned for the church kitchen.

The First d tJ'rc of the Nazv A filmstrip entitled "The Mission : Mr and Mrs. P. W.: Roberts, Jr. James Pritchard & Son

rene, 1027 Park Avenue\ announces of the Church" will be shown. Christian Missionary Alliance Church ,;,, )Mims Florida Frank &; Mary Schuster & Associates
Mrs. Clarence Ashton is in chargeof
the following services 2300 South Washington, Titusville
devotions and the Bible study Sun Road Off "
of the week: Hwy. 54-Indian RUer City\
and Mrs. John Lundy will serve '
The Sunday School hour be- WELCOMES VOIT TO QUa SERVICESl Duffy's

gins at 9:45: under the leadershipof refreshments.mer are invited All to interested attend. wo. "Th. Whole BlbU Is th* 1 buts of all teaching: Mims Florida '_ W. E. Kennedy "

Rubert Blankenship, with The choir will rehearse Tucs. Badcock Furniture Titusville
classes for all "
ages. day evening! at 7:00.:
..: Brevard Lumber Company ti,: : .

with Rev. Thomas Ream bringing First ChristianThe WELCOMES YOU Nov Swna, |, Mttt ; .'Bryan-Conway, & 'Winstead, Inc.

the message. of the morning Turn East At ToIt,', Fruit Stand .' Nelson Insurance Agency ':. -, Downtown TitusvilleBelkLindsey
The Infant and Toddlers First Christian Church o( ;:, Ray .
for all nurserlea Indian River City will be held i I" Sunday.School' ...,.. f:4J: ..v Mwnln Worship .... .. 11 ..... i BIq Apple Plaza 10 t .. ; .
open regular ser the IRC Civic Center. Tralnln Ul\lon ... .. :3' Po.%. l-Mnli* Worship ..., 7.M. ...... '

vices. Nursery..: foe Each Service. Prayer Service Wed. .. 7 .....* ; ;-<..:\ .
Bible School will meet at 9:00:()( .
Junior The -
and Teen Only
Fellowships Souihwn
BaplistChurch ; S' ''TituSville'
a.m. morning worship at 10 with Burger King 3
will begin at 8:00.: The ; Between,Mbn. and Oak Hillk ]
Juniors are under the leadership Landon Devillier, minister, bringing l. c ,;: North U. S. I, Titusville \ ;
the :
message; evening services
Manning the same is the hour Teen the president.At Christain. will be held at 7:00.: TRINITY:' LUTHERAN CHURCH j jAn ::;' Duff Electric Titusville '11 Colonial T. V. and Appliances

Service Training classes will be Lighthouse Tabernacle ( AnwMl*** Iwtfwran' Church Mr. and Mrs. II. Guy DullMorley's

gin. Anyone may attend these ; ./ .
classes. The Lighthouse Tabernacle Iii l la 849 MAGNOLIA AVENUE .. C. W. Danenburg

Full Gospel. NonDenominational INDIAN RIVER CITY '.t,I Western Auto : Daneriburfc Realty1514'S. ,
The Evangelistic Church located at Mims '
service at on

7:00: with Rev. Ream speaking. North U. S. Highway 1 past SUNDA SCHOOL '". "',' ... ... .8iOQajiv l\Ir.andMrs.ChasJ.l\Iorley Washington .Titusville :,

Tuesday: night, at 7:30: the Kelly Builder: CHURCH SERVICES . 10:15 a.m. t Washington & Broad, Titusville \ !a ;t

Cottage Prayer meeting will be J A', Master Cleaners "
Services announced fol. .
as ; ,r
held at the home of Mr. and We Extend A Co/dUl Welcome To Youl I

Mrs. Ernest McNabb, 1610 N. lows: CLAUD sUTHJAN, pastor 1. Canaveral Rambler.. i S. Hopkins i at Titusville r : -City Limits .:

Smith Drive.Wednesday. Sunday School is held at 10:00:()( Phone AM 7-1343 "
a.m.t Worship Services at 11:0(1: ( .a '. ( ,' "

night services will a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Prayer meet. .;'!j Mutual I 'Insurance Service, Inc.
begin at 7:00: with choir rehear- ing every\ Wednesday night at Fransen's Drive" In .. "'t? '
Restaurant 'i:
al to follow. 7:30: Welcome Ta The ;' ;;. Mr. 'and Mrs/N'. E. Jones
I ." and Employees.! South! Washington Downtown,Titusville
FIRST First BaptistChurch '
e a t.:' F Fulmer's Drug Store

"In The Heart Of The Community" of 1 Mims '. Rinker Materials Corp. l' t.1ft; : Gene! Sego

1 West Orange Ph. AM ':7T6900 "
Main & Hopkins Tltwllle. Florida \. ii ';

,," '. '. The Employees of
W. S. Hardln. PastorSERVICES '; {
ui;I Only S Minutes from Downtown TltutvJUe North Town Motel Suburban 'Propane" Gas Service

On U. S,1 ta Mimi Turn Left at Blinker Lljht.
I Downtown TitusvUla! a. .
t j .
Sunday Worship . . . . 9.30: & 11:00: A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL ... ..?,.. .. ...,... 9:43: A. M. :,., Homes Sales

Sunday School . . . . . . 9:45: A.M. MQBNIKaWORSHIP ... .. ... ..r.' .. 11:00: A. M. Edwards Realty : Moonland Mobile ,

Training Union . . . . ... e:is A.M. YOUTH CHOIR REHEARSAL k. .. .. 5:30: P. &.I. I: Joe and Mary Edwards e U. S. 1 North of Overpass, Titusville

t t Sunday Evening Worship . . . 7-30: P.M. TRAINING UNION ... .. ",. . 6:15: P. bl, Baldwin Shopping CenterThreJkeld's.

i Mld-Week Service Wednesday . . 7i30: P.M. EVENING WORSInP7:30 P. M. J
: Oldest Baptist Church In. Are Established In .\ of
Air Conditioned for your Comfort Rev. Joseph E. Botrwrlght .1 .
Affiliated with Southern ConTenllonAlrCondiiloned ServiceDowntown State Farm Insurance Companies M
1889 Baptist- -
"The End of) Your Seajrch>For A Friendly Church""Woncll1'ful
Mother of Three Mission W. Titusyille AM 7-9927 214 Palm Titusville .
t Word of Life" 7:45. A.M. Mon..FIL. WRMF
ta Cordially Invite You t> Attend Our Service I .





FrldlyJlnulry24,1964 TltVlvHI."I.rlcf( *1 3/1P Advcsat .' I Psee 3B

f T' : Good-Will AmbassadorsTo "Planet Earth" Film

Church News Of The WeekFor Series To Be Shown

Visit, Dine WednesdayA Tm, Planet Earth" film series. the Lockheed !MSC\ Management

11 loi 1'\10\101\\ \ ctllrt' films A*.r>ctio! \ ,i and the science

Titusville and North Brevard County) 4r Good.Will Ambassador team tries. "One of our objective." whkh dtts'rlbpman'* knowledge cluhs of thf various high

**.< represent Christian Business declared James. E. ColvilloCmiCI ol his earth and space environ ichTo: TIle films\ were ordered -

DeadMe\ Fw> The,* Pasjes: ,.. I P,W. Wp+I1I'd! 1 Men's Committee( International Administrative Assistant nint, will be shown at three primarily for student\ audi-
will hold a dinner meeting on who( H directing the overall Hrevnrd "flees and continued{ eveningshowings ;
Wednesday January 29 at .::30 Crash Program: "is to show that JanuAry 28 : (after the first week)
pm at the Whispering Hills Golf Christianity does work in bus!. .
schcdulid will Upend on public response
Good Shep'herdDivine IRC MethodistThe First Church Of GodThe Jehoyah'j Witnesses & Country Club, 111 403CBV1CI ness Even nt Satellite ng showings(Beach are Ii:igh Schoolon Arrangements! differ at each

: is all Interdenominational "Another Is to encourage: biiol Monday at t Melbourne High high school, and the high ..choolint..rut
worship services will service of worship for the services for the First The following program for the ;
be held Kingdom Hall, 1122 Norwood organization representingmore nets and irofessiorul! men, In School on TuwtiUys, and at Ti sh Ji Id be contacted for
at 8.00 and 10:30[ a.m. on Indian River City Methodist Church of God will begin with than 15,000 business and .
Sunday January 26, at rood Church wU, be held Sunday at Sunday School classes at 10:00: Ave. is announced by 1 U P, almost 600 particular to meet together oncea tmv Ik High School on Wednesdays details
f 'Shepherd! Church In observanceof 11:00: aim In the new church o'clock this Sunday There will Shawver local minister' as fcl local professional committees men In and 33 week primarily to pray for our Two films will be shown Scheduled for the week 6f

Evangelism Sunday, Rev Mn building on the Orlando Highway[ be classes for all ages lows: coun nation Its leaders, and for local each wetk; all evening showings Jemmy 27 are Challenge. of the
: old F Claus, pastor for the cnsregation across from Indian River Heights Sunday at 3 p.m. a public\ Bible official hI an for the general. public. .

will deliver' the sermon The pastor, Rev. Robert Waddell, The morning worship service lecture will be given 'by a repre Public Library The CBMCI Crash Program: The films jl\e a rounded picture Cwoaru. and 3, "The Cosmic Flaming Rays"Febt'usry Sky"and \
"Not Ashamed of the Cos will preach using a text from the will follow at 10:45: o'clock with sentative ot( the Watchtower Society of which this week's effort In .
pel'' with! the text from the Rev. Ronald Holder Is Intended to tll( mans quest for knowledge The Force of Gravity";;
pastor ,
Romans, Book of Acts The nursery will : G Honkala, whose 'l1bjcct Florida is a part,
Chapter 1, verse 16, 'For I am be available in the Sunday School bringing the morning message will be Who Is Responsible Gels New Books reach all 50 States and nineProvinces in various geophysical February 10. "The HiddenEarth'
field, outlining the principal : and "The Inconstant
not ashamed of the There will be a youth fellow.
gospel of wing! of the building For World Woes?" Following the In a threeyeni period .
dtsiovet and Ideas and raUIng Air" February 17, "The Nearest
Christ for It Is the ship meeting Sunday at ;
power God evening lecture, at 4::15 p.m., the weekly of time Already some 20 State
unto salavation to every one that t Sunday School for all ages will 6:30( o'clock in the home of Rev Bible study will be held The folio A'ins new books have and two Provinces have been ( questions that still challenge Star" and Magnetic Force",
believeth; to the Jew first and be held from 9:45: to 10:35 a.m. and Mrs. Holder, 3374 Elder St "Avoiding the plague discussing Upon )jjocn received( at the Titusvllle covered with this mealtime) pro. clcnit The films tem from February 24, "Radio Waves"and

also to the Greek" Installationof The public Is cordially invitedto Midweek I prayer service this the,Spirit of The World Public Library: gram that shares personal ex the International Geophysical Research by Rockets"', and
the Shepherds of the congre tho organ concert Sunday af week will be held on Wednesday "Federalized poritnces of business and pro. Yeir "nd were produced by The March 2. Science In Space",
ADULT HealthCare
gation will take place In the second ternoon at 3 p.m. in the church evening at 7:30: o'clock In the Every Tuesday at 8 p.m., an- fcssional men Natlonlllc.dC'my: of Sciences bocreU of the Ice", and "The
worship service Mrs. S. C. Girardet, who has home of Mrs. Ollie Ward, on other Bible study Is held on, "Let for the aged: \ critical. under: Giant from the ForJ Shnpe of the Earth"" (three
Your Name Be Sanctified" Symposium) : \Vomen In Aoronautlcs All men In the area are invitedto
played for many functions of the corner of Coquina and Pine Fl" filiation filers, Thtil schedule is subjectto
A nursery for infants and tod national importance and who has Lane In Indian River City. Thursday at:3o,: p.m., the hi') Charles Paul\ May; the local meeting Rrwrva Tie to 'us Is cosponsored by chunge.You .
dlers to the age of four is available Theocratic Ministry School Is con- The Celebration by Mary Lions may be made throuch:! Fred .- -----.-- --
In hundredsof
during the 10:30: o'clock ser appeared churches, auditoriums and con This congregation is in the ducted, followed at 1:30: p.m. by 'Deasy( ; "The flash of Genius" Carter, phone, bus 267.2241
vice.At. second week of an eight week the weekly service meeting \>y Alfred B Garrett; Foreign home, 17.3069.ltlenrbera .
and the first organist
9:15: o'clock, Sunday School, cert halls televised, regular tele Church Building Campaign whichis \ \1 'Aid our tragic: experiment of the team will in. Are Cordiallv InvitedTO
Bible Classes, and the Pastors ever on being conducted by the Board J by\ Thomas S. Lo 'ber; "A first Chile T F. McCully, Executive
vision will present a Pine Grove
Class will meet. Opening! serviceIs programs of musicin of Church Extension aid Home Baptist read r in Spanish by Nina Lee Secretary of CBMCI; James E ATTEND THE
conducted by Roy Leasure, keeping program with her organ unusual talent Missions of the Church of God, Sunday is scheduled for 10 Wclsingcr( ,: "Life of Petrarch' Colville Administrative ,\
Superintendent An offering will be taken Anderson, Indiana a.m. at the Pine Grove Baptist by Ernest Hatch Wilkins; ant of CBMCI and former vice(

Members of the Walther Leagueand for the church organ fund and Services on Sunday are presently Mission, U S. 1, Scottsmoor ,itilliard, Rich man Dead man by president of wholesale fowl( dlstributors THE
those youth In the second. refreshments will be served. are being conducted In the with Ernest: Woodell as superintendent \ Waugh; "Dateline Paris"I New York City; Dr INDIAN RIVER CITY
year confirmation class will enjoy Indian River City Fire Hall on | Alice Rogers lager I ; It i aflreiit Walter E. Sligh, rhiroi ractor.
an outing and picnic at the The Methodist Youth Fellow Magnolia Ave. Worship service will follow at VNorll<\'" by Emile Loring; Lakeland!!; Ken liarrm, realtors METHODIST CHURCHTHIS

Titusville Reach Those going to ship will} meet in the church for This congregation Is associatedwith 11:00: with Pastor Roe Johnson 'American;, Tradition In PaintIng Lakeland, and Ted Curtis pres. SUNDAY, 3 P. M.
the Beach Party will meet at\ (be their program and recreation at the Church of God whose bringing the morning message; by John W. McCoubrey; Ident, American Louvered Products .
church at 3:30: o'clock. S p.m. ('American Heritage Vol. XV .
general offices are In Anderson, evening service will begin at Tampa
Tuesday at 7:30: p.m., the pas. The adult choir will have its .ndlana 700;: p.m.Mid.week. Dumber I ; "The! Sweep West. V-V. -- --'- -- -- ---- ----
tor's class will meet in \lh1 church\ rehearsal Wednesday, 1:30: p.m., prayer service will .ward" by Margaret L. Colt

office. in the chapel be at 7:30 p.m. with prayer and n I JUVENILE: "European Land
Christian Church Battles-193J: 19-13 Trevor Nev
of Christian
I( The Girl's Mission League will The Woman's Society Bible study.ThulSday .
lit Dupuy; The courage of
meet in the fellowship hall at ( Service will have a public Services for First Christian 7:30: p.m., the ladies Alice .
Sarah Nobles by Dalj
7:00: o'clock, Wednesday evening imorgasboard dinner January30th Church of Titusville are announced meet for Bible study SEBRING I
Sculpture :
in the fellowship hall from Utah' ; soap
The will include de. follows Pastor Eddie
meeting! as by The Mission is a member of the other materials by Roger
jvotions, discussion of business, 5 to 8 p.m.A Fine
: American Baptist Association. Lewis; 'Starman Jones" by .. Nos U.a, D.hA.-loped IPI
',and working on a mission pro School of Missions will be Sunday: Sunday School, 10am. Robert A. Helnlcin; Sea Dog"by M
jject Also en Wednesday evening, held in the church beginning Sunday Fdmund Gllligan: "The Secret .
'choir rehearsal at 7:30: o'clocki ; morning worship at 11 Evangelism SundayAt
February 2, and continuingon Pencil' by Patricia Ward; 31-
a ra., with message "Why Bother
The Board of Christian E ''cation will meet on Thursday at Wednesday, the 5th, Sundaythe About God"', Christian Endeavor, "Buffalo Land" by William D.

{7:30: p.m.Pastor 9th, and Wednesday the 12th 6:41 p.m.; Bible study, 7:30: with Evangelism Sunday will be Berry; 'Thldwlck the big vJ
Claus will teach the A dinner will be served on each topic "The Growing Christian observed at Good 'Shepherd hearted moose" by Dr. Souss Z 7kj

Junior Confirmation Class,at 11:00: Wednesday during the school. The Studies the Bible, Lutheran Church this. Sunday, The Library aho has The Executive
Saturday study will center around "Our 26 Reports and Special releases -
jam January
and there will be Wednesday: Prayer meeting, .
Mission Tpday\ .
This is a day set aside by Lutheran -
7:3.8:15() with service
sessions for different age groups : : p.m., song ,
t Central Baptist Additional information will be pca>er. (magic row), Devotional t Churches throughout the
period by the minister. United States for reviewing the Serving With Patrol
Services for Central Baptist given later. Saturday: Junior and Senior Christian privileges and obligations Squadron In Hawaii :;

(Church, IRC are announced as high! school age students will ob to the Lord Jesus Inhe\ .

j follows: 1st Missionary save a sunrise service at t the promulgation 'of His Holy and Allan B, Heiner. yeoman third
I f Sunday: Sunday School, 9:'43 Baptist beech at 6:30: a.m.. at gate to precious Word. It Is also a day class, USN son of Mr and Mrs
ia.m.; morning worship, 11:00: ; Cape Kennedy set apart for Lutherans. to renew Willard Hepner of Titusville, Is
training union. 6:30( p.m.; evening Services at First Missionary their zeal and desire, through serving with Patrol Squadron 28 PLYMOUTH

worship, 7:30.llonday : Baptist Church, of Indian River C&M AllianceThe faith in the Savior of the world, at the U.S. Naval Air Station,
I Tuesday and Wednes City are Announced as follow: to witness (tor Him, sharing the Barbers' Point, Hawaii\ He was
(day a Sunday School witnessing Sunday: Sunday School, 9:43: Sunday School of the good news of the Gospel recently BrviUvto4 ta hU present
(campaign will be held. Morning a.m. with classes for all ages. Christian and Missionary AUi As a part of this special Evan rate

sessions will be at First Baptist. Nursery provided; 11:00: a.m., ance will open at 9;45 a.m., with gflj.sm Sunday more than a Hepner who entered the scrv BEATS FORD
Church, Cocoa, and evening sessions menage by Elder Howard Them John Allen leading the program. dozen couples of the congregation fee in November 1961, Is a graduate .

[ will be meeting here at the ton; Baptist Training Course, The adult Bible class will con will be installed as Shepherds of Sue Prairie (High School,

(cburch. 6:30: p.m. with Classes for all tinue the study of the Book of standing before the altarof Sun rralrl, WU.

.. ..-.. .-,. .-. ages, 7:30: p.m., message by Eld Romans God in dedication and consecration
!. !
,: : er Thornton. to serve other families of IN VOCAL HOSPITAL & CHEVROLET
Mrs. E. Macaw, a missionary the congregation assigned to Mrs. Agnes Broome, who makes
ie Tuesday: Ladies Auxiliary to ta Conga, Africa, will be the them, by watching over' them her home with her daughter,

meet at church 7:30( p.m. guest speaker during the 11 making calls and helping Mrs, Chas J,, Morley 181 Jack.

Attend t. Wednesday: Midweek prayer a.m. worship hour with spiritual and temporal problems son St., I Is a patleat at Jess Par-

service. 7:30 p.m.; adult choir re The Christian Cadets and Sen whenever necessary, requesting ri'di Memorial) Hospital 1O OUT
hearsal, 8:30: p.m., under the for A.Y.F, will meet at 6:30: p.m. the Pastor to call. when OF110
direction of Doyle Risnor "Will We Be Annihilated" needed.

; Services j: Thursday: Beginners choir rehearsal Will be the sermon topic by the The sermon selected by Pastor

i l 7:00: p.m., under the direction pastor Rev. Roy Forward, during Claus for this specla( day will be o 11

aR 'This eb of Peggy Oxendine, Juniors the 7:30: p.m, service, "Not Ashamed of the Gospel!!" Showroom Plymouth wins tests of Acceleration,
Choir Rehearsal 7:30( p.m.,
: i under the di,ection of Maria The annual Missionary Convention Handling, Braking, Gas Economy-
of the C&MA will
Week Morris Ladies Visitation 1000( ;:
: ;
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Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. with If you have rental 'things "
a.m.; Mens Visitation 7:15: p.m. Rev. Livingston of you buy a car for.
Viet Nam
at church
a: at your own beginning Saturday at: Work 8:00: a day.m. of speaking East Trian Also will, Mrs speak Woener concerning housing, list it i in Plymouth also costs lesst-ond carries: the onlySyearSOOOOmile

Gods wok in that pnrnitlve The Star-Advocate! warranty;?
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Services, for Orsino Baptist

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the pastor, J. L.. Davies: 1027 Park Avo Tltutvlll* OFFICIAL RESULTS PLYMOUTNttASSINO: PLYMOUO10.11orr'A. ;s54mlm, '

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Lord's afterwards His REV. FRED THOMAS.
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: ..;" Gave Up Exciting Times For Small Town Life

EditorialsPointing Mims Woman Looks Back On Day *

Wilh Pride National YMCA Week *

Theatrical Performer
Landscaping now underway at the island medians on The total of "Weeks" and "Days" which we are sup- As Popular

U. S. No. 1 immediately north of the overpass, and at Art posed to observe each year almost approaches Infinity.

League Building near Draa Field, will add greatly to the Some of these can be fairly called ridiculous. But thereare centage of colored people the college and can't afford to 1:0: ,

r beautification of Titusville. a goodly number which deserves the fullest recog company must hire to meet government they g.i; to the white man to see I

nition-and National YMCA Week, January 19-26 is regulations."I if they<<: can get the money to send
These civic projects, along with others planned, are
most certainly one of this honorable asked why I wasa him. This isn't right. These
company. was
the joint-efforts of Greater PRIDE, Inc., and the Titus-
should stand their
people '
There are more than 1800 Y's across this broad land Yankee baseball fan instead of own I
ville Garden Club and ones to which we can all point because the Yank l learn to depend on themselvesfor
of and in 20 the a Dodger fan
ours, only years membership has doubled
their needs and
with pride. 1t1L. ees didn't have any colored play all they will I
f and reached the record figure of 3,880,000.: Some 500,000 e gain dignity:
told the that when
I l
) ers.
The beautification and landscaping of plots such as volunteer leaders-over 100 for each professional worker i ir the Dodger colored players be. "I believe strongly If a Negro :
I these is good advertising for and speaks well of our city direct clubs and
today groups serve on boards and committees came the cenUeman and: athlete educates himself, dresses well '

and its residents by conveying to each passer-by a sense rabe funds, secure new members, and enable that Joe DiMaggio was, the conducts himself in an orderly

of care and beauty that is highly impressionable and demands the YMCA to carry out its tasks for the very modest fees Yankees would hire him And fashion and doesn't thrust himself

respect. charged: its members. since that time, I'm happy to upon others, he will rarely
Y's say, they have colored players, be refused admittance anY..here.and ,
What do the offer? The is
answer : Many things
" Too, projects such as this are often 'catching and and good ones playing."I will not be insulted on the
0 inspire others to( undertake beautification measures in which make our lives healthier, happier and more meaningful believe the greatest detriment street, except by the ignorant

other areas, which are justly rewarding and from whichwe Among them: The father-son movement; health to the Negro is his dependency white,

all benefit. These are not limited in scope to public and physical fitness work; the promotion of water safety;, on the white man. They "The Negro needs education.

areas but extend to( private lawns, vacant lots, business sports! and athletics; service to members of the armed services don't help themselves. When a This is his most valuable asset.

property etc.Community. ; educational, courses covering a wide variety of- gifted Negro boy wants to go to (Continued On Page 8Bicat

fields; and so on down a lengthy and distinguished list. .
or civic beautification and cultural de And of its activities the
many were result of the organic
velopment (ls everyone's responsibility and the benefits zalion'i own inventiveness and pioneering. rt \ ,fltl

are shared by all alike. The YMCA offers programs for all members of the' ,

Greater PRIDE Inc., formed here in late 1962, is family. Its purpose is to serve any person regardless d( l"t:' ff

dedicated to making Titusville and North Brevard a more his ability to pay, and no one is turned away because d l ;, : .. I

beautiful and attractive place in which to live. It merits lack of finances. ,' ......,*4L.-' : .; t. _tTherm

and needs your wholehearted support and cooperation. No organization! more thoroughly deserves a Week ,
West Burnett At H.r Business
in its honor. '
PRIDE is your responsibility and will provideyou by SIJ14t

a source of great pleasure. Br :Bill Ly.rlr Later, Theresa decided to go
]From Space To Politics !I" Star-Ad.acate< Staff Writer it alone:, and with self confidence
Let's all join: these eager hands and help use the "Thtresa West, saucy international cf a seasoned trouper, she left

tools of PRIDE for our civic beautification and betterment famous soubrette, Paris and struck out for Greece. Why a r

so we can all point with pride at Titusville! Astronaut John. Glenn's decision to enter the Sent;; who was recently returned to There she performed at the Empress -
torial race in Ohio will, no doubt, reveal some interest- the footlights by Irvin C. Miller, : Gardens and Griffins Cage I A IVld
has met with signal success in in Athens, and later at Maxim -\; elr hds
.ing developments.
Gardens and Felhsohn Gardens'in
her pilgrimage about the'count-
Dimes Still Marching\ Glenn, as the first U. S. spaceman to orbit the cart hi ry. She L< clever and popular Cnnstantinole (now Istanbul), ?

is a national figure and his popularity rating is par ex-4; with the theatrical professionand Turkey.She I so good

The National Foundation-March of Dimes annual cellent. While political contests are sometimes decided'on her return to the stags was came back to the U. S.

drive for funds is again underway.Due this factor, more often than not, many and varied(; hailed with delight by her many and made appearances all over
other factors determine the outcome of these friends." this country.
to the wonders of the vaccines, the polio probe races.
His home state of Ohio has long been the producer This critics' review appearedin Irr! life was full of excitement.
lem, which was the reason for the organization's creation a New York newspaper one She tells us that she was playingthe
, of high caliber polished politicians and some of thesa *
of the review and scandel type State Lake Theatre in
has been largely solved. So the emphasis has been
professionals just might teach Glenn more about human'nature sheets !TO familiar to the theatrical Chicago on St. Valentine's Day,
shifted to birth,defects and its overall philosophy is and politics in the coming months than the space] world of New York's Broad 1923: when Al Capone murdereda .

I found in the telling phrase "Human Rescue". man ever dreamed was in the book. way. It was writen about 38 rival Chicago( gang The mass

4'\ What is more pathetic than a child born with some We hold high admiration for the Senate-hopeful. years ago and at that time, no .slaying took place in a garage

\a... \ crippling defect? What Is more deserving than a cause he is an extremely brave man to whom we are all in- one in the world would have a few doors from the theatre. "
t whose is to and find for the 600 guessed that it would ever have Theresa has been privileged to
purpose prevent cures debted but the of his
... ... we foresee possibility. meeting any relationship to a pleasant, know theatrical
i 1 differienf-environnrental -and'hereaifary defects: of the obstacles and tests in the' famous many Important
greater political arena middle-aged colored woman living personalities; and people well Here are several reasons
I central nervous system and skeletal structure which are than were encountered in his history-making jaunt in a small, obscure little known in the arts. She meta

known to exist through outer space. village In North Brevard County famous Russian artist in New

t- Your dimes, so generously given in the past, have The race holds promise f of becoming a most reveal- called Mid. York and he became so impressed First Federal dividends are good

helped in the fight against polio and countless thousands ing one and just might teach us all a few lessons in Theresa West Burnett lives on with her beauty that
Main St., in Slims! in a clean, he asked her to pose for him. 1. Because they are 4'ir;i the highest rate paidin
thank you from the bottom of their hearts for the treat- the age-old art of politics.
neat and comfortable little The chalk creation the artist's North Brevard
ments and !benefits which they provided. County, higher than the average
tpartment at the rear of the impression of Theresa's face at paid in all Florida.
Polio has not been eradicated and the fight is not Tax Aid To EducationA Mimi Variety Store' which she death, hung in the Metropolitian
over but thanks to your contributions tremendous owns and operates. She serves Muceum of Art and received 2. Because they are INSTANT. There's no wait for
strides have been made in combatting this crippling the colored residents of Mimi worldwide acclaim."I this high rate. Your savings start to earn 4V4%, the

disease and It no longer poses a major threat to the lives National Committee for Higher Education has re- and many white friends and has have rubbed elbows' with instant buts.you bring or send them in with no ifs, andsor

and limbs of our children. cently been formed to focus attention on the mounting been doing so since 1959, when well-known personalities and '
of institutions of and to seek her husband, the late Howard have deemed it an honor to call 3. We make only one kind of loans: first mortgage
problems higher learning
What do your dimes now buy? The l list is highly im Burnett built and opened the them my friends," Theresa said. loans on first rate properties. If we made all kinds of

pressive. -For one thing, they help to pay for researchand solutions. little sundry store. In 1929 cupid dealt Broadwaya loans, we would have to have a large staff of experts to
special: treatment centers 70 in number which: The group is composed of businessmen and educa- There are very few people, blow by piercing the heart of Investigate many kinds of risks, and our dividend rate

are located in more than 60 of the nation's 85 medical tors concerned with educational institutions'' financial even among her colored friends, Theresa. She met courted and would be lower.
who know that Theresa Burn married Dr. Charles White,
schools. For another, the Salk Institute for requirements. 4. We mutual
Biological institution.
are a If save
M.D. of New York and you money
the of ett spent years on the Broadway .
the is
Studies was recently opened in San Diego and is In the Among proposals a programof stage and toured Europe twice were happily married up until here, you are one of our owners. There are no "stock-

process of completion. Still a third, is a very real hope tax relief which recommends a specified amount of with, at that time, well known until his death in 1958. holders" to be taken care of before you can have your

that research and experiment will, perhaps fairly soon, direct tax credit be allowed to the taxpayer for each musical production. She doesn't "I was a 'merry widow'," dividends on your savings.

; produce an omnibus vaccine that will protect against all dependent on whose behalf he pays tuition and fees to a talk about It freely at first but Theresa said, "up until the 5. We take no risks with your money. If we made

the viruses.To tax-exempt institution of higher learning.For once this wuter got her gracious time. I met Howard (Burnett) 52. second-rate loans or second mortgage loans, not eligiblefor
gifts to such institutions, the committee proposes subject started she babbled I.oward was the owner of a FSLIC insurance we would pay you a higher divi-
list one more statistic, there are 11 million cases a tax credit up to a specified! amount per year for with enthusiasm trying to im fleet of taxi cabs in New York, dend. Our rate is as high as is compatible with absolute
of arthritis and rheumatism crippling and agonizing part to the writer the great joys operating under the Yellow Cab safety.
among the people of this country, and dimes to individuals, and a specified amount for corporations. that were hers during those franchise: He and Theresawere
your go
this This proposed relief for parents sending sons and years of fame and fortune.To married in 1941, and they Savings here are definitely insured up to $10,000
help fight scourge. daughters to college is heartening and long over-due. give a quick run down on lived in New York until bad ($30,000 for a husband and wife) by FSLIC-a permanent -
The March of Dimes is still marching ". give your The burdens and sacrifices required in carrying out these the life of Theresa West she health forced Howard to sellout agency of the U. S. Government. (Nobody has ever
dimes if you can, by the handful was born in Philadelphia, educated and move to Florida. lost a penny on savings so insured.)
family educational programs should be realistically faced
at the Sisters of Notre "This was my husband's
tax-wise. The'$600 exemption for children in college is Your savings here startto
Dame parochial! school there and choice of a home, Theresa
Road Improvement ProgramThe too ridiculous for words. out of pure chance, and that mid, "and although/ it was so earn 4%% INSTANTLYNO

Individuals and corporation gifts to tax-exempt in- "once in a life time" coincidence oilfcrent than anything I had YEAR'S WAIT

the and stitutions woujd' increase substantially if they were allowed she was rocked to star become accobtumcd to, I settled
progress reported on planning construction

dom. She !told us that a Broad down and we lived happily
: of a network of county-state built roads in the Ti- these tax credits up to a specified amount. Not way scout, looking for fresh until his death in -. *

tusville-North Brevard area was indeed 'welcome and only would the colleges and universities benefit but talent, chanced to see her walk- This grand lady of the theatre

heartening news. through such benefits many more scholarships would be ing, and impressed with her is very philosophical, has very No I For This'Year's

Of major import was the announcement that, the made available to deserving students.A "carriage", asked one of the determined self-arig ina ted ideas r

majority of the rights-of-way for some of these road projects program of tax relief such as this would serve as fitters at the school if the girt on many subjects, and can con- oo
had admired would be interested verse with the best intellect on Higher
I were donated _by the land owners. We commend a boost to higher education on the important financial they '
in theatrics. The sis this subject.: She U very 'liter V
; side which has been over-burdened and found wantingin V
these highly for their farsightedness and public spiritedness ter replied that she didn't be- ary mind' and loves to read. Rate! f
in an endeavor of this kind, which will benefit keeping abreast of the desires and needs of higher lieve that the girl's mother "I would so love to go to the Wait ,

the entire populace. education. would allow it, but the mother library," she said, quite remorse- t

The phenomenal growth that the area has experienced knew the girl's life-long ambition fully, "but I don't want to furor
and relented. So Theresa nor do I want to be refused en
accompanied by the ever-increasing flow of traffic Titusvillc (Florida) Star-Advocate .
West was on her to becomethe trance.
in all directions has pointed the need for almost
up an first Negro toe dancer on On this we questioned her. 1
new system of roads:! to amply serve the needs of the Established 1880 Broadway. "I will not go where I ajn not

motoring public Qtr After dancing lessons and accepted. I must live by the
Problems naturally accompany progress, and can ; Published: Mondays 0 other training:, Theresa appear rules set before I came here.

not be, unfortunately, solved overnight. .The thoughtand '.Wednesdays, and Fridays ate 1J: ed in "Shuffle Alang" a musical Who am I to break down long
.. which played Broadway for existing rules in a community Jfirst jtbctaI'ati
planning being exhibited by those responsible for By Titusville Star-Advocate Inc.
oAe many months. From there she in which I have not lived too ,
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these projects will pay huge dividends in the near future At The Star-Advocate Building (\l. 0 received a role In "Plantation"" long?" she aid. ,

and with the continued patience of the public we will 83 Main Street, Titusville. Fla. '"". produced by Lou Leslie: "Dixieto On other issues concerning
have a network of roads which should prove a credit to Broadway* and later "Run race relations and segregation ngs
-. Wild" Miller vi integration she said
ning produced by!
the entire area. Henry II. Hudson Pres. Mrs. hazel S. Hudson Vice-Pres.
V "In Job opportunities I do believe
This coming year should witness a vast improvementin Robert H. Hudson: Secy-Tress. and. Lyle. ;
After the "Dixie to Broadway" people! ) should be hired for And Loan Association of Titusville
outJtoaA system which will be of untold value. Many Henry H. Hudson Publisher Robert II. Hudson, Editor production came to.IJ1* end. their qualifications if I were
related benefits will naturally follow these road projects David Dunn, Advertising Mgr. William G. Lyerly, Circulation Mgr. Theresa Joined Billy" Pierce's to-apply for a job I want to be Downtown OUk. Washington at Math

real r estate development, business expansion and an Second-Class Postage Paid at Titusville Florida "Brown Skin Vamps", and besides hired for what I can do< and Indian River Branch US N. CoquIna AT.-' A
playing at New'York engagements not denied a chance to prove my 'l'
ever-jncfe .ng population explosion. TOE DAILyALSO 4 TO J FRIDAY' "f':'
'"ntuSvllle aiid North Brevard are indeed gearing- Subscription Rates: and other U. S. tours, self. DIAL AM 7-1111) PLENTY FRIB
r' up Carrier Home DeUvery 1 Yr. $?.so 6 Mo. $1.00 3 Mo. $2.25 she was featured with the production "But, on the other hand. I Current PARKIN
to take thelf true place at the Gateway-to-the-Moon By Mail In Florida -1 Yr. $8.50 I Mo. $3.50.3 MOo $2.00 at the Jloulia' Rouge In don't want to be hired becauseI (IC) 1&..... Compounded 1> Setnl-Anani

and these..road, are an essential cog. Outside Florida 1 Yr. $730.6 Mo. HOO) -3 Mo. $2.50 Paris, playing there in 192) win fill the quota OB the per ,fxOKic i -,- 'ae+.....


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111vIwIM (rMerWa) Stir.STARADVOCATE'S AIIv..w .p... s-a I" sat tT1lrn1' con.? ow T.. FaMraaiT.. t Mlchl( n Cnrtar- are reulr la carve t tear ef .... Court egalnit yew tad a tlnai
IOl'nN J1'alSAL flRCIT III! alloa. MlLblgan Theater Building Anewer to tie complalnl on Plaln-' Ralph thoulnard. and Irta .fhouln-
.halo: suit HRa'RP tut !IIT1. Lanelng Mlthlgna lit. attorney. ...IATIfEltlf. ard. bla wife, the title of which, caw
tLUHUM IN tllMa.H YOU ARK: HKRl-BY NOTIFIED THOMPSON. UU1: duPont Building, I aa abofo ehown.
MISTER BREGER MO. mine that a complaint to torn lu.f a Miuml., Florida" &:7131. and to file *You are hereby required la fllyour .
:> >riri: OK mr mortgage against the following the original of your' Answer In the or written d.rr..ase. I Ir
NEW AM8TKKUAM: CASt'ALTT dencrlbeU. property. In llrevarO of.he I, of the Clerk ot the Circuit .. other wltlt
la above proceedingthe
Crossword Puzzle COMPANY: a New York corporation County Florida towlt.Commence : Curt oa or before the IItb day ofFvhruary ? clerk of thla Court and. to eerv
the N.W of
at earner 1NH.tharwiee.!! the
: come
;>c... .,'. Plaintiff r>o. U which la the N' W corner. plaint" will .be lahen .a oo..he..d by a copy thereof upon: the .plaintiff' I
ve.ItilERMOOD. if, Government Lilt I, T .'9 H, yon, altorniya whoee name anil addn.aappear.
, l.t4 COLUl'RN aa Com H 3S B, Hrevarrt County. h'l.Hl.la ( cilJiT' ORAL) hereoa. on or before. the
'. nilaaloner uf laauranie. fur tbetllate and run HI1 84' &11' K along, the CURTIS K. BARNES Clerkf elk day of February, 1944 tne nature
6 A uf Mkhlgan and ai Receiver weal line of Set' 14 n ACRMS DOWf 17, Fluff "i X lit Michigan Surely' Company a '.:0.43 feel to the pulnt of beginning lip' Hertle Hall to. forrclone I the lien "f a mortgage
1.MaJ. deer Glossy 18. Noal1'l A i Ic.f!{ Mlcbl."n co.por.lIun: thence for a firm course, Deputy Clerk on the following deecrlbed proportyaltuate
5. Retort .urta.cd .heller'' I I UtAIILJo.II: 0. IIt'KI1IIQEIt, J.lllvld- rua N 5)' 1*' 3J" K: pal all.l "lib State::>: AI Tltuevllle. Plortila thin In llraviarU l County, flurtda.le .
9. Ctrl' .. T l"JI A tally and ae Co't'artner of tepringer' the north line of eald ...-<.. II allataecp 'uih day nf January. 1IMI Wll:
name fabric 22. r la v Motor Oompany: and KLl/AUbTil; : of 1.1II54d feel to a point Jon.. l III) IT. 2l3lrrlJ IW."l Lot :M flak D YVeitwood VII-
10. Pro tuber- 2 A long hike IUm A R. gl'lUNUtCH.!: hU wife: .m the high dune of the AL- \ '-II M"i Itf'liTiii'tT7"N ii i laa Kubdlvlalon. nm. Adillllon
ante on 3. Trouble Cone UKOIti.K R SHRl.NOtH Individually ia nllo (teem n: Ih..blNItII': UK' Iti" plat thereof
23. I i "11'111\1 I rim i'IT. IN! A in you according la map or
camel t. terry and aa Co-Partner ul r Springer 1C along said high dune a iliaunce recorded la Plat Book 14 Pal
HHM tltD ( 1111 >TW, TATI or
12.The "Boot 5. Disgrace 1 ;Motor Company, and MAlty. of stale feet to a concrete, rllKIII, IN til.V.NCI Ml.Ml a4. PublIc Hecorda of Urevard
Into HI'KIMIKK hla
A' wife: monument aald point being .1.0 l County florlda.
country 6. Queatlon 10M" 'illIlRJEI:, 5.. / RALPH H 8PRINQKR.: JR. Individually the north Pact corner of (luvernN : tliweTllf MKAMCNa: : RANK FOn AV.IVUH ONK AND: OHDKRED: at Tltue-
13.Circuit prrnetently 2... Amert. A rj and aa Co-Partner of Inept Lot :I. tI.,.. .54 and alaa" the l : IN THK CITY OF NEW villa, llrevard County Slate fFinrlila.
14. Evening 7. Fiber SprlninT: Molor Company and N E. eom..r of Melbourne too hnr..,, YOU It. New York thla 30 day. uf December,
can JANE Ll'Kri: fcPR'NUKK. his wife a
Te.terd.yy A..... Secend Addition. : thence S 59'311: 113.
gun god
plants: var Indian HOLL\WOOD Ill' LINK. INC., at'iorldn ...
\ along the north Hue uf UI (Court BeallCPIITt5
15. Pierce with
Small )
iMirpuratlon.PKMPKV :
plug 25. Frighten / Melbourne Shurei and Onvvrn- R. 11AIIME8!!
anythingha.ro e. BI.hop' 2e. ProcesalQ) 32.Wut. time r(1//YL I INI'., a Kli>rlda. corporatlun. omit Lot 2. Sec 14 awl diniaiire D.feadani.pa1TIer. Clerk uf the Circuit Court
hewlrea.\ 27 Fuel 34. Melody THE KIPI'Y COHPOHATION. a of 130034) feet to a a" Iron piaen Ry Hen'Ir'hill' DC.
line cf said UF "lilT UOKSf, \VK.in l'RFORIJAm..n
16. Supplant 11. Stair, 2'1' Florida corporation the well Sec It
19.Twilled Forelrnel'1l 37. Honorable: TVfemlanti 14, thence N t' 33' 5 11"V along, TIIK: IfTATh! OF FLORIDA National Hunk liltlg.
1:1: Frozen 29 Sputa &bb,. To. : SHERWOOD COt.lH'H.V. the went line of tI..... 14 a dine TO Itlta II. Krauae, P,, O. lion 11UH8Ht.
fabric water 31. Concise 33. Simian .' a. CoiuKilnaloiier, of Inauranre lance of 4.I47S feet to. the point whoa. residence.' U unVnown. Prteiaburg 3.1, Florida
20. Half in em I for the Male of Mlclilgxn and of beginning, Noll.e la hereby glvea that cult Ailorne. >ya for Plaintiff'
21. Anger f I 5 .. 1. I an Receiver..: of Michigan surely han hewn filed agalnat you, and you bn been filed In the above ladlcaied Jan. lu. IT, !4. 91. Feb. T. (Frl ) 1MI!
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23. Blemish I I. IS
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23. Land '. 11""I ''I "Say, you're right-there's an Improvement ,I

measure ALREADY! I
30. Metal h r 7 J5 I t 7 u ,toe 01 1 1I 1J
container I
31. Relating: U i.. nlt.\\ it. It's humiliating to be youngster gets good care with us.

to touch t contradicted and chopped dead. We: aren't sure what would hap'' I

organs U 2. 11 J9 itt I'd rather be slapped in the face pen if we turned them out: VI ,

33. Aicends We are not kids. I'm 28 and l'l<'pse. Ann tell us: what to do.-4:
33.: Clamor )0 it Ii
36. Shaving1 Gil is 31. This is the second NEW ORLEANS WOES ... JD ..uC7

Instrument u ie r uI marriage for both and! I'm determined Dear New Or
I Compelled i5. U se to make it work. For clergyman to discuss this with "' i ;''i l lA 1.14

Logo tins I have not let Gil C
along reason your daughter. She should understand ,
I 39. Paradise Se 40 know I am crushed. Please help that when a girl hai PONT VtJU THINK VOJVB

40. Unfolds / 41 41. me HUMILIATEDDear : botched up a marriage her folk* LISTENED TO THIRSTY TELL I ( AHEM!!

41. Border / V/ Humiliated: Is Gil a I'D not owe her room and board :c AHEM! JOKES LONG ENOUSH 1
I 42. Headland HAVEN'T'
H+ mind-reader? How do yuu expect and nursery services.
, him to know how you The clergyman should tell he;: r isJ

feel unless you tell him? you have been extremely gentrous -
I Wait till he's in a icccptlve : and that her attitude Is t sa'
mood and then explain that unwoi thy.

maniage must be a double- Ann Landers will be toad: to

I k ANN LANDERS harness effort based on mutual help you with your prooleim.

LIk respect. Send them to her in care of this Ill;

The one who belittles his newspaper\ enclosing( a stamped pyls'r

I Hard To CorrectDear spouse before witnesses does *elf'addressed envelope. hli J 00 I

nothing for himself in the eyes : r III IIIC

of their friends and he even- ** *** ** **** :

tually kills love and respect.

Ann Landers: I'm a girl, please let me know and I will "riAci Costs MONiy I WHATALCVELVGIRLI HOW CAN YOU TELL? BY BYTHEWAY ''III I J 4

16, who is scared to death Don't send it Immediately. Dear Ann Landers: Ourdaughter's ,IUY ,u.s SAviNCJ, IOMOS; LIBRARY 3'LLBETSHE Th@WAYShiECARRiES SHECARRIES I I I I j

tell me to tall to my mother be- FASHION MODEL! HERSELF HER f500KSI '
marriage ended in READING 'III I i
cause I've never been able to Dear Ann Landers: Oil and I divorce. She has a imall child *** *** ** ** ROOM NO,.. 111111 II r 1 I lid

talk to her about anything.I've I
have been married three mon and works to supplement her
been dating since I was
ths. I'm afraid we'll be divorced support check.
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13 and thought: I knew my way New Special I
around. Now I'm is serious before we celebrate even one My husband and I have taken I ( I ,1 a r rvaald

trouble and I don't know which! anniversary. this daughter' and her child into AUTO POLICY >-

Whenever with friends our home. She is a nervous
to turn. we are :
way .US."0 lUhlllljr .".....N. Me.llmle '
The boy who got me pregnant and I start to te something\ girl and very depressed whichis ".'mm Heath .':".IIOO Lid........

fays he knows of two other guys Git interrupts me with: "It understandable. But she'smaking rose M.IerI.L.u'< II UIr.!liT utm unit' KKH.Id I 1

who could have been responsi wasn't that way at aIIt was our home an unpleasant Ijm.rl.rl. In III Quarterly' 5.rltu.rsu..s F>I aoh4eaf
a from I ai>. -
I ble. According to him that's like this. Then he takes my place to be. Every evening (\. Memher.t.tii I....) atui -

all the court noetl\ let.hhTr there is an argument at the din YUWYUK! '
') sti/iy t>vcfand I feel to inches ITSANEw MMM-THATCCUNDS 1
off. When he said this I was so I high. ner table. KEEL INS. AGENCY, INC. caC CREATION VERY EXOTIC AND THCIIR MORE ), I
husband would tell her to < WHAT'S FOR ENTICIN3I TwNONa I
Sol A.enu.5.R.C. .
hurt J wanted to die. Magnolia DINNERS _
Our friends must think I'm leave tomorrow if it weren't for 1111-111 t+JAY roaET'
Last night he brought'me ; "GREYOTFELCALLED RID' OP
'.he world's biggest liar or a the grandchild.! We know the I tIFTCVBftftiQ )
the name of a pill written on a q
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slip of paper. He says three of Z 1 l M 1 D ERRE, A ,

these pills will correct the situa-

'tion. Are these pills dangerous TELEVISION GUIDEFriday

Ann? Will they work Please

put this in the paper. If your

fnswcr tame to my house my / a
folks would kill MISS Ch. S Wa hlntton Report Ch. S Judy' Garland voeHd '
me. 6:30: Ch. 6 Miler Ed 10:00: Oh. 2 Kremlin ,
DESPERATEDear Cb. 9 Preview: Winter Cb. S Candid Camera
Olympic Cb. Ktoney Burke
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mothers In or near your city 10:00: Ch. 9 Jack Pair -- 7.00 Cb. i Today IlA
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H DI'O i 6-1 THuivllU (Florida) Star. Advocate Friday, January 24, 196.

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I Don't Store Left-Overs. Sell 'Em With Classified Ad II .i) I Ir

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For Rent Help Wanted Help Wanted': Mobile Homes \

ARTICLES FOR RENT I AM:\ looking for 2 men or women MALE HQLP WANTED
INFORMATION to take over xelusive distribution
FOR RENT; of supplemental food product WANTED 2 experienced Chevrolet TRAILERS FOR SALE 1
produced by 28 old mechanics' Apply Service S
DEADLINE I pm Day Baron year ; I C
Floor Sanders, Polishers Manager, Gus Ftwlk, ChwroletIMMEDIATE. & ,
Publication For W.d Fri. established Corporation. Tiii Is '63 C1UCKSHA, 6 month old. 2
11 A.M. Sat For :Mon. Publication Phone AM 7-3WFAC1'ORY sot hit or miss propositions( and I ..OPENING breed bedroom, 1 bath See at Oak

PAINT OUTLETBaldwin only those who are interested in route salesman Oqll ym.SOS after Point Trailer Park, 8U trailer
business of sales
WANT AD RATES life repeat oo right.
MrDI Null per word Shopping Center should reply to Box L, Star p.m.Income ,
Chary loo Advocate. 1961 57 x 10 MAGNOLIA, 3 bad 1962 PONTIAC
APARTMENT! REN Property rooms, Ito baths. $-WQ cash lor
equity payments or
.Except PAYABLE i.labll IN bed ADVANCE Account' CHANTICLEER INN. available 1 Howard Johnson's LEAVING BBEVARD: CO\1NTY, refinance( N461i.. H. T., P-S, P-B, R8oIt, Auto
bedroom, newly furnished: apartment $700 monthly now rental located
I For Information and; in? NEEDS ,m, Slims, | two acres $$1995
: Mobile Home Owners
Clmilfl Display Request Rat AvallabUon spection! Call 261.71)43. land Call or ltrf planks

:1'e) 8tar.Aivooal< reserves the t' far bids Mua< be back in by
>rlvtl i. of revising or rejectlnobjacllona.blt 1 BEDROOM: furnished apartment Waitresses ami cooks good pay February 1st. Down payment
any advertisement wbtch, It deems $7 Call 267-0968APASTMEKTS choice of hours, vacation with lest than 1/3 remainder 4r.; on 1962 FALCON
aad to cbanga tha pay, hospitalizatlon insuranceand unpaid balance, monthly
from clarification that" ordered of .any to a4rer aoatoria the policy ot tbla paper. only 394 GardenFLCW1DIAN 1817 So. Washington, pay for sell in few years phone
:Ta Star-Adva'.le will not be between hours !911 a.m. and 2.4 $$1495
267-272$ 01; f. Q llo x 131. and
responsible for more the. oat) Incorrect Invest' $2(1( dpwn payment
r pm. Florida
Insertion aor will It ba ); APARTMENTS, close
only $20 aid
Uabla for any error In advartUetha I m, efficiencies weekly, monthly pay monthly you
I\ 'o.oot: tk treater. Intent {hen y tales air conditioned.( ( 417 Julia ,WANTED A dedicated Christian Mobile Homes will extra buy large.nd full possess acre trailer your own lot\ 1961 PONTIAC
.dv.rtl.aRrrt.p I with pleasant personality for
the Item In the Become your own landlord.Don't .
secretarial shorthand
church work
Street.EsiJI'Rx ,
I FOB RENT typing and filing experience TRAILERS FOR SALE tear up rent' receipts each 4 Dr, Auto, R & H
'Builntu Office' SJ Malp Street. month, More than isd: happy
Dial AM 7-0331 1. necessary. Salary open in
families reside Beautiful
Otfloe Houra I:00 19 5:JO TOWN HOUSE style duple.' 3 t day week, 40 hours Submit MOONLAND Trailer now Community our.Only a $$1295
bedroom, Z bath central heat resume of experience to Box F
I I sad air.. enclosed garage. ,I24j\ era i e YwJ4 ay.'M-i Star Advocate Mobile Home Salesu.s. for few yourself lets) left.the Visit,finest us aid Mobile see

Animals 7"<1 pm.>. ft. ?PV r 267-1194 unit. 3C7'1<6p5:\\1\ sleep T "I'd bo nice ipd u{>fimtitoq, !R;a >mUil; coat like that!" FEMALE HELP WANTEDCANVASSERS 1 North ol Overpass Home Park in all Florid*., 1960 FORD

HOLiu, C0A RBMTUiVNIWlBD. WANTED for well 4 Dr. Fac. Air "6" St.
CHOCOLATE MINIATURE poodle.. ------ --- Titusville Route 30. Christmas Florida ,
; known Liberal
carpet company.
terpale.267.5047. -- Sale' Phony Orlando 279-1727
salary plus commission Call $$945
POODLE CLIPPING and" \ monthly:I..kedr.aom.te.: city, .For Sale For Mr. McKeon, 2667.5530 9-5, Direction 12 >miles west,ofU.S.
$1LS Inclines sojnttiVUUe 1 OPENING
ing Call 267.3102 for apppolnt ROUND' tab NO 1 & Titusville
*, pets welcome 2gt. TILLI WAITRESS, MUST be experienced
oil Highway 50.
meat. heater on
\ PMCUt Call 267204.;. Call
hour shin
BEDROOM, partly furnished lly pew. ?4B Jepnon .Street, I I 5 .split. SALEAUTHORIZED 1962 RAMBLER2Dr.6"StR&H
after 1 267 4400JEXPERIENCED
country home. $Ij.\, 2CT3JH. Indian Ril n'" qty, R1CFIl1GERATOR: (apartmentsize i p.m.
Boats For $qlo I ), water\ peu>raUzer, 267.0603. PROOF and bookkeeping SKYLINE
UNFURNISHED' NEW 1 ka trooi $12, OH' heateq for i roorai. 1*{ )
home, Mlms, peat! for $100 per/ 1st home eas oj radia sUtwn. Ki. \\fOHB. AUtOMATIC\ wash, machine operators for DEALER TRAILERS FOR RENT $$1195
16.FT. MARINE plywood runaboutwith month 2$1.0391AIRCONDtTIONED) PIECE sectional\ ar, cold spot; window fan; lug*' new bank in Indian River City 50 x 10.2 Br. $3,885
25 h.p. Kermath Sea Cub, ( iota, II1a1ag. gage earner 2670211. I Apply 302 S. Washington Avenue,
4 cylinder marine engine, all in fenced Ylrcll roopi apt will) buffet, used. tied r Titusville, Saturday 28, Saturday A size & price for pocket FURNISHED, CHRISTMAS Park.
3 bedrooms, 1H' baths 'acres* (complete). 2$7204J Mrs. iIw"t RCA PORTABLE stereo, $20. Conn every TV Slu>p. Orlando 275'0705.
excellent condition. Tee to
New from country club 287-6S13. : t top t1va03; Ro Da "Wine, Coronet |S.. 287 3693GAS February 1, from 9:30: A.M. book. Honest values Honest 1962 FORD
Nee heavy duty trailer. $70000 1:00: P.M!. Service. TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT

cash, complete Ambrose' 543: 9 BEDROOM, 1 bath." ) mU4 I fU .1.. SIZE bed, bookcanF lleadr: HEATER $13; 1670859. i Gax. 4 Dr Auto., R & H
Polaris Ave, 1.R\.C. 2 7 7813, room, b fenced yard. 26126T4. boar, <\ foam .n.\attr e\jl-,. h0i.qr PRACTICE>: PIANO SECRETARYEXPERIENCEDingeneral office! work. Pleasant 11 A square deal at ill times TRAILER SPACES

Building & Conn.CABINETS FURNISHED, a t lrooni. ,' > .,th,.' s cg', 261-51'2< Reconditioned and refinished congenial working conditions Long Tern Bank Financing Large lots Reasonable rent. $$1395
heating and alrconditlonrng, USED REFRIGERATOR: good Oood condition, $123:!, Baby Grand,.,1 For further information contact Good transportation t to Cape
$200. Whispering! Hills iccUon.AM dition. U5: .00. CaU 2al 1372.' KIRK l SCHOOL OF. MUSIC ''I Florida State Employment Service Free Delivery & SetupMARTIN'S FRIENDLY SHORES
TO ORDER ...7.- 212,-'J tp 5. ___ 212 Tropic St. 267.6383 1149 Lake Drive, ((Mont)' u.s. No 1, City Limits, Edgewater. 1961 ECONOLINE
VANITYS, bar and counter tops cello Florida
I ROOMS FOq RENT W.\UItR.. Sir\ Easy, good con,- > Building) Cocoa
Quality at reasonable prices d4tioji. $30; 2 burner! oil\. slots, REPOSSESSED SPINET piano due I HOME SALES
Phone 267-6143 or to transfer. Perfect condition MIDDLE AGED woman to work Continued on Next Pager Bus, 9 Pass'R&H St.
267JJ692 i NEWLY: FURNISHED heat, air $5.: 261.5120GRAPEFRUIT 1224 N U.S. 1 N. cf) Overpass
Take up small monthly: payments concession Crown Drive InTheatre _
NIDY CONSTRUCTION resident- conditioning! sleeping room private v TitusvUle 267-3081
Isis, commercial and remodeling bath. $t0 weekly, 20?-7921EJiCHEfoR LEMON. large, KIRK; SCHOOL OF MUSIC $$1395

12 years In Titusville Licensed OWNS oyn home, has Insiylillcnntd281e1 79c baskets 2129 W Tropic: 2676383 I WAITRESS WANTED ...------.0.-_
and bonded. Phone AM: 7-2320. bedroom for rent. Complete SOi ( -U. WAITRESS. EXPERIENCED: : ; if '
one do not No phone
FURNITUREoverstocked. not please apply.
t 1959 FORD
Business OpportunitySMALL 267.6818 use ol house., I'hWl4after\ 41 p.m. 38'' ATTIC 'tab, $3S( VolKtwagonniReicharger \ I BRAh2DD NEW Mustsell calls, apply in person. 432 TOT nuaa mmIN
new, $T5: IS gal 7 piece living roomsuites, Washington Ave. Titusville, Flor !
Ion fuel" ol) tank wIll&e$3\ M'i .. 'u r 4 Dr V-8 Auto., R&H I
AUTO REPAIR shop. ROOM. AND beard 25 minutes. tq $118.77.: complete rooms, $244.SO, ida
Phone 267-1520 Cape. Phone 267.410*. 166 Park Lane no money down easy terms. Call AGel's $$695
2675735. Open Sunday,. 106 MALE HELP WANTED i I
1 IF YOUR sewing machine is 5
TIRE & MECHANICAL, best spot SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies I III .. .... 1
In town $2300. will train, possible for. rent 101 Orange St. 267- year old and obsolete, try this FURNITURE 3 rooms of fine EXPERIENCED NEWSPAPERman
Urrpa,to right' Titian., ,\Ii. Z-jaza. 3400. repoii.t*.d M model Swing furniture. 1 piece bedroom suite handle relationsfor NwaMaen I
needle, dial.o-matlir. maker fancy 7 piece-dinette...... .I1 only $la.8Sper to public ........... ...-. 1961 TEMPEST
fast growing in
Child Care REASONABLE) RATES day, stitches t makes buttonholes, month Decor Furniture, 206 community w .... ..... a... rays
Cape Kennedy.Orlal1do.Da.tona
week or month> ) Telephone 287. news on buttons, monograms, N. Magnolia, / Avenue, Indian Ely Beach area. Photography help. e_ slwaaw err 4 Dr V-8 Auto., R80H j
0413. ...._. .... OswA
embroiders. etc. As"mereo er City. Phone 211'7.1613. '
BABYSITTING day, hour or ful. Opportunity for young man
tab a.rlaYt $$1295
week. 2672673 ROOM{ FOR RENT For worktQ'. mailing 4 payments of WOO to grow with progressive, longestablished ... 1,0158 0w.-
man. 602 Tropic, Phone credit. manager, 26>5530mm : For Sale or Rent Florida concern,
-.n UN H. BT.
CHILD CARE by Hour, day ar Send complete resume and sal I .
week, Indian River heights.AM NEWLY FURNISHED, air con. 3. BEDROOM bouso, eparate dining ary requirements to Box P. Star I New .?,... .Eesea1l0Na 1962 '
S788.. ditvonlog) TV, ]Maid service. $21 room, family room and patio Advocate. All replies confidential i .sa 4H OLDSMOBILE
weekly. 2327 S. Washington or Vi acre I tot 1830 S. Smith Drive !.
For Rent call 2S7-M07. I Phone 2676921. r IIMkAL 4 Dr. Deluxe, Auto., R & H

srA"[ nvTO 2671520. REPAIR shop\ LOW. men.rates 103., dean Call room 267-4)85 for or work 367 W, L. COOOEN Help Wanted $100 Down U MA $$1795 :

phone 3992 Ph. AM 7-ttM EXPERIENCED R TAIL salesclerks HARVEY tel. ,tr,,, 4 .

VALUE PLUS I STORE SPACE FOR RENT FOt' .CUSHIONS. : l I I.COMFOK1 I) 1 State ,experience men or women age and wanted urn, REAL ESTATELICENSE $45 Per Mo.Nice 1959 CHEVROLET ;

3400 SQ FT., 329 Washington Ave ings. Star Advocate, Box T. 'O OUT
287-0603 SCHOOLStart Impala. Auto, R & H,
3' bedrooms, 2 baths, new, 3-bedroom homes, STOaAGExWAtt{ E EAkLIEO P-S, P-B. I
close: to schools and shop- STORE, 2470 iq ft.. ideal for this Tuesday -7PM.

ping. Price Is only $13,500 On war Garden Air conditioning St Plenty of and parking heat. For SaleLeft ,APARTMENTHOUSE attend first session as our guest \t hour from Cape. $$1195

with terms to be arranged. AM I 7-2329. SITE HOWELL'S Trans-Florida Realty, Inc, !

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large BUSINESS COLLEGE I
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT over from. 2531 Edgewater Dr., Orlando E
lot location Located In downtown Ti- 1962 SAAB
corner good 1528 S, Wash Ave. (U.S. 1))
priced at only $15,500 and STORAGE SPACE in metal. buildIng !. Govt. condemnation tvisYille\ with 320' of frontage 267-1161 Phone 241-9553
we can arrange financing. on Nevins Court rear of on Hopkins Ave and I 2 Dr. Extra Clean 4
Advocste building. Avail
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2-car abla Feb. Uth. See H, H. Hudson BARGAIN PRICES''' an average depth of 1170', $$1195 I
carport, Florida room, com at Star-Advocate. J we have one of the most de- "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service

pletely landscaped & price David Bradley garden tractor sirable apartment house

price is only $16,500 with with cultivator, disc, cites to be found. Price is 1960 FALCON

$695.00 down, monthly pay- FURNITURE mower ., $125 only $300 per front foot or &
ments only $115.00, including less than $.26 per square : { 4 Dr "6" St., R & H
everything. Case tractor.,& disc: $350 foot.. The sue is located .Cottttlct'l / '
J / lear
| : ) rooms of fine furniture 1 midway between Titusville f) (} $$795
wheel a
4 drive ttt\ ;
:Call anytime for appointment -, $ p'1ce.be4r milt, 7 pickup Jeep, .. : $400 causeway and the new ; vila
to see and NASA just southOf
piecAlivtngTooni group causeway,

-......... .;"';:"' 'I" \ piece: dinette All for 5H) :? Cadi1laIOO Indian River City. Let 401 Souh i Telephone 1961 FIAT
.. ... us show you this desirable
Only Bantam tractor with 36"
t" tract today. AM "600" Miles Plus
Washington T-2011
mower . : $450
i \ $$13.85 I :: : ; :; $$695

UiJJI" I ,. 20' sections extension lad- '' : ,: ,

P.v Mo. der, aluminum $40 '.t/.t,0. :.
relfb' :
DECORFURNITURE 1. If you are considering a home in the
...' o. 2" gas powered water ..,:m' A .. North Brevard area, call one of our 1961 RANCHERO
< pump . . $40 t .
REALTORS W//) trained, experienced sales staff to con- ,. Pickup Auto., "6"

Indian: River City 1 lawn edger . $25 -: ; ; duct a tour for your family over the I l
412. Main St. Titusville, Fla. : ry j
Phone M7-TO3 REALTORS: ;: : entire area. We have new and\ older t $$1095

Phone 2675000 : ,, ,. t t
204 Magnolia Ave. BELL MOTELAlA I homes in nearly every section with -

412 Main St price and terms'to fit almost budget -
-' I Vi mile north Titusville, Fla. I any 1958 T.BIRD

of Haulover Canal Phone

J J. Paul Conway 2. Let us show you two new\ three bed R. C Wlosteed. Jr. $$1295

PmldeD' room, two bath homes available for Vlct-PrMld

HOME SUBDIVISION SITE SEE ING? immediate occupancy. Monthly payments I

y 11000. No qualifying NO 1957 FORD
Featuring; I
it : 4 Dr. Like New

LARGE 75' x 110' S LAIWE: POOL SITE SELECTIONIT 3. W. have several new three bedroom, $$695

LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUI7TJCBOARDHORSESHOES: ) i :3 bath homes ranging from $14,750,

f WATER Etc CAN Bq NO OTHER WAY .. to $16,30000 with down payments of Partial List Of Cars -, .

..1.1i :. WE GO '<'O WORK FOR YOUR INTERESTS $45000 to 70000. May be occupied

i SITE SEE US FIRST! immediately. McCotter

[ $95 4. Listings wanted on building lots l or
.IT PAYS 1. -hep': Dlvlactiidcauu Art Boeder
i&i.4 M" property suitable i for apartment hi....... FordTrade
TO BEACH OAKWOOD: From TitusvllU go north on -

: U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S.1- lor one more '

:. cal mile 2n-$586.to our; entrance on right. For fret. information. Campbell Associates Inc.REALTORS &f I1-eOf1.way & ?vl/itijtead .!)I1C. I 730: South-AM Washington In 7.2657- Division Avenue

267 7374 Central
Dial" AM 7.Mil Pay, Nlht pr HoUdfjf I norlda"I
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Mobile Homes Moving Storage Real Estato : Real Estate Scrao Iron & Metals I r Services Wanted To Rent Work Wanted :

FOR ti- LOCAL AND: LONG distance mOVe 288 x 82V4 land and fallen{ '$3350.: HOUSIS FOR UI.E ALl GENERAL RMMto. used lad YOVNti BUSINESS MAN d* 4irea CARPENTER AND cabinet work. :

ers Moving. storage packing, st house east ot radio station. Mil auto parts welding and! to rent etoaav I bedroom home M.46'lS.
snipping, cold fur storage crat. PORT ST. JOHN lot fbr sale. 1523: KING IRON & MITALS: diesel l ptln llertidou's Garage, on permanent basis year round --:
ing. Free estimates. 267-3341 RRENTWOOD ESTATES down take over $10 pajrmeats. Scottsmacr, Florida< Carl Taylor Prefer stove and refrigerator.: 1'e teas: cem'ars ceice L''1 \.1., :
Brevard Ridgeway Mayflower. 4 well planned models are now 1 My price $600 under local mar Buying Iron, Steel Metals manager. 267-2683.: Reply to Box 1648. TitujvUlt. buss UltatlMU CUVMV.: rLk'. ..
open. Brentwood Estates is minutest 111\ '
ket price. Write Box 1-403. Titus-
FOR SALE NOTICE from downtown Titusville., vllle.t Cocoa, Florida FREE LP bottled .U installation. Work Wanted "a's,..(:.u.o.vY.c....:.. ssss: -' ..

West on Garden Street. FHA iBi R M'hOlls 4 Miles South On U.S. No. 1 20a N U. S. No.1. Titusville. teem BHO.NX 8AVIXO BANK. a. I
"NOTICE: TO BROKERS ET AL:. VA. 2-3-4 bedroom homes, from t ,,, dining room Suburban Propane Gas Service earpofkUan ori.ulM4luwfer sad .110'1.. .
i 24' Safari House Trailer Effective Jan. 22. 1964, all offers $85' monthly includes every. and garage. Downtown Washington 26TJ4U.NJDY eg ta FREE'ONE week trial general Ik. !la.. .! N.w Owl ;.

to sell and listings thereof for thing. 27-7142 or NE 6-8385. I Avenue. Suitable) for small Service office worK desired Z6l5324.BASSGULTARpIayer ...,,. I'laJ.IUt-. -
--- business and combination.Frontage .
self-container on GMC hy- 3.J5 acres of land des, in Oft. ACREAGE: FOR SALE I' desIres work storm NtlHOM' / ORIGGlEU" amin'
: oa streets crete work, masonry roofing ""' J-HIVKTTS: OHiaa. M.. '
Rec Bk. 567 JabY'V\\
1 -
: .
Pg. 283
are hereby A HOLE in 3 4
Fiuocing .. FOB your root era end remodeling or l nights a week. Experienced .At.
Iramatic truck chassis. cancelled, and land Is hereby 5 ACRES at $1500 per acre, 29". I wool mew roof. pawUn$. addition carpentry Phone AM 7-232U. new equipment.. Call 2VJ n.a:'.. :
withdrawn from market.-Homer down and balance 3 years; 10 I ROUTE 46. Enjoy country livingin *, and general repairs. All 7133 after tp.m. i Tim rat Mir .
Very Low Mileage C. Conkling Jr.. et aI, Own, acres at $1650 per acre 29% I this lovely 2 bedroom horn work guaranteed, licensed an) TUB OTATH rkOHlOA ''
Used Cars & Trucks
ers" RE tODELLL'lG OF all kinds. TO: LOIJKLUJk PRIVETTB CRIGO.whoo. ,
down balance 5 years; 1 acre with carpeted living and dining bonded. 207341,1.
_ >il l.. t In 419 Enl 2nd
n < nc .
NEW Immediately done. Days 26'sossu -
$11,000 $2500. Call Wessner Realty, 267. room large Florida room fur- Htrwl, Ntwton North ,
Position Wanted 7125. j Dished kitchen utility room INCOME TAX RETURNS 'J7 DODGE, 4 door hardtop, $375. Eveting :267-0680. Carolina. .
work shop and a large. 150) 200 by telephone or appointment 2674308. H fTou
NOW x : are hereby>> ni tll t Ibat. a
3,800 HOUSES FOR SALE beautifully! landscaped lot facing Licensed, trained, experienced.K. i.: ull hit .bean film) alalna' you sid .
BASS GUITAR player desires\ Route 46. The back yard U W. Copeland. 27-0274. 1 19CO PLYMOUTH sedan clean' addition, screen porches, etc. FLOYD NeLSON UHIOO. .. D.- .
AlA 1 Vt mile northof work 3 or 4 nights a week. Experienced. TITUSVILLE, 672 Poinsetta Ave., fenced. Priced at UXSOOOtt: with low mileage, $791. Call between 601 Park Ave., 2675820. fmclanli. In lh. Bt>>>ov. *ntlUt<.t I
ANY KIND of sewinc and alterstiona. 8-1 247-5783. lea",.: and tbil>> you are hereby re 5
Haulover Canal new equipment. Call Forest hula! custom built, 3 bad- $2600 down. Shown by appoint Elsie pra. qult. l lo lilt your aaiwer with the I
207-7135 after p.m.Plumbing room 2 bath family room fire ment. Geo. M. Barley Jr., Inc., Chaudoin. 2S7-4193. '59 CHEVROLET.! Impala convert 1 Urk ol tOt Courk: inil la serve i
BELL MOTEL place, formal living, damns area, 343 So. Wash. Ave., Phone 26?. Minis area.INCOME ible. Equity and a copy IhertoC upon I he Plaintiff I *
fireplace, 3428.t assume pay. of rulntirri' attorney, whrue mama Iaail
Supply new carpeting drapes:
TAX and
I bookkeeping ments. 1701 Mi Garden St. '
adilreM let Mml' built-in dishwasher railticChevrolet
kitchen disposal service, 237-3310. H. Burgess i tJu. itS Btrntl NatlonH '
-=- 7- -= -------= desk and eating area, BEDROOM. bath new I Associates. JEFF, 19U open type oversize Hank HiilNlltiB, Jackennvllle :3, FinS I
SEPTIC TANKSof double garage. central air, h /at, payment.) Nicest section in tires and duel wheels. $495. John lilt not later than February 5. 1M4. '
lawn pump, 267-7667 Tituaville Forest HUIa. MT-3S64: QRADY'S TELEVISION service Tourney, 267.16Tl. If you. all In do .<,. deems pro '
pre-cast concrete, steel-rein. TV and radio repairs, automobile eonfr>: will: be rat*red a(.loat you'
REALESTATE forced, state-approved sizes 540 LAKEFRONT. LAKE Harncy, St. ) BEDROOM corner lotS fenced i and horn. U. S. 1, '50 FORD convertible, good V., engine cenplalat.The to?. .relief d.mmnded la \..
yard, reasonable down
gal!., 630 gals.: 735 gals., and 1000 Johns River, excellent:. location.bar. payment pump, assume mortgage. 267 I Scottsmoor. Call 267-4U or 267- 4 barrel carburator, near nature of ml'l mitt .Yielnc tat
nearly new house fireplace
gals. Grease traps Installed, tanks beque partly furnished. $13,500. :5589 I 2588. new tire, now paint Job. $00. brad ocur.. ,f murtag recorded In
pumped and cleaned drain fields 2673754. Vol. 433.: Pa(' till, of the official
Geneva.. 349-3191. WELLS AND PUMPS. No ..
relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman money Record of lirtvanl County, i'1e&1da.
Septic Tanks Inc., Phone AM 7- down, 36 months. Phone AM 1- 1961 FALCON I door. stick shift, thie car* tkt ,ilMorlptlon of the property pro
} BEDROOMS. 2 bath. central heat FIND ONE LIKE IT 3243 for appointment. Cook'sWell eqrry .. asaInft! Iwln a. follewi: AU
1421. P. O. Box 2018 Titusville radio and heater 267 2900. be
and air. low equity Gardendale. tilt certula proparljr sItuate *
Florida. Drilling Service. Guaranteed I... In B.."..... Coualy 'lorl,,U,-.
BEER BAR On U. S. No. 1- Call Matthews UL36746 or AM7. AND I'LL BUY ITt! "61 VOLKSWAGOM, good shape, Warranty, more partlovlarly described .. ("'l.
5 rental units Good returnon 7771 SINGER SEWING!: Machine Co., new batttry, $1195. 267-0289 or \low:
investment, $20,000. Cash Titusville 88 x 120 beautiful sales and service. Plating shasta 2 7.4S27. for on*, full year. Lot IS. Block< 1<. LEBWOOD
3. BEDROOM m bath, $90 month. AM V
down. LOTS Ite. sharpened. Phone I FOR ItIl'IT HKCTIUN: 4. ac ordlnla .
rc) ly. Call Wessner Realty, 267. wooded Lot Paved Streets, 3244. LIKE NEW ei the Plat thereof, aa reoorriail
7125. Sidewalks. New 3 Bedroom. > I !I. PlOt hook U Paso St. ot the
GARAGE Specializing In auto Zoned R-3. Limited DRESSMAKING.) ORIGINAL styling !. Privately owned 1902 Ford Gal- "Impala" g }P....ni. $$2795 Public itoaordi ot Ur vard.
repairs Good building \ number availablesoon GARDENDALE 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Central heat and expertly fitted alterationsfor ax in 500 XL hardtop coupe* excellent er Station Wagon County, riorl.l'*.

Excellent location Plenty of for duplex & bath, central heat and air. Small air, Dishwasher. 14390. Liberal men and, women's garmentS.LlUian condition. Call Wood V8 Powerinde, Powerateer- Tocether with. atructurea ..114Improvm.lIl.

room suitable for parking for -office Buildingalso or apartments. To reserve equity. $133.75 monthly. 267-6477. Terms. Will consider paid Hudson. 267-3138. _26all_ _ _ Ing. Radio and Heater. em .land' now..
similar i i one or more for house trailer in trade. Titus j ; $50 and takeover 69 CHEVROLET and prattle. ot the above
operation $11,000. 3 BEDROOMS. $500 down. $75 I 56 FORD. Galaxie. eacrlhd and alt
proportys 'hI'
down handles Real 1 Estate and sive.see us now. monthly payments. South Lake ville 267-2834. Robert M. Evans, SEWING MACHINE payments. $37.29 monthly Corvette?: T $$3995 lure. BOW cr .......'1.' aitachft,
Business. Village 267.5830 after 5 p.m. Builder owner. 267-7070. Stingray"/: t. .. emS In connoctlon with the,1promliea '_
Repairs Parole d.ai-rlbod. and la
TRAILER PARK-Several'' well 3 BEDROOM and bath. Kay-Lynn MERCURY hardtop, automatic adtllllea thereto tb. fallowing
located trailer parks. all with 3 4 BEDROOM HOMES subdivision. $600 down and assume SinlerNetehl radio and heattr. $230. 267- OICHEVROLRT$1695$ .which.".IIM anil ahtll be
are demnedto
terms and priced right. Call payments of J78 monthly.I LAND FOR SALE White Morse 2603. be, tht....,. ant m part of the'
for details. Ready to move in. Spacious, 2 Phone 267-3288.: 3134: Hallum St. Any. Make Guaranteed Service r Air Conditioning. really sod are a. portion. of the
baths w/vanities, double car- PHONE 2873139 MagnoU Motor Co. security for the Indebtedneukerela
MOTEL Bellwood Area 300 porte fireplace, oversize closets LOW down pay- RIVERFRONT, 1300 ft. Improved, International harvester Trucks 81 FORD "Galaxie" 2 f 4 meptloaeil!
ft. U. S. No. 1 Frontage with kitchen equiped( area of TIIIfEbeJ: ; 2 baths : Mims area, $20 per foot. Terms. Scout 4-Whtel Drive door Sport Coup V8 \ I 595 dot. Water ll.attr ElucUloKheent ..-.

good depth $65,000., 29'-;, fine homes. $18,100 to $18,950 closed In Florida room, extra Stoner Realty, 2673535.: : PUNTING, expert reliable and Sales Fart Service Fordomatle TramV Wall ..w.C Ml nc,*>Htewart dale. War...,"
down handles. VA $100 down FHA & Conv. large fenced lot, citrus and garden satisfying work. Estimates glad mission Power Steering, Radio Bit nUrori
85 x 135 PORT MALABAR lot. 16C3 W. Canal Rt.& 40 and hl'll"! I
financing. area. Phone 2673529. ly. AM 70776. la Uoug A (Oven Motion ..
t50 100 ft. Water Lot on U. Good location. Pay $400 for $700 New Smyrna Beach Mi lil, Kt'7 I? --

S. No.1. In City Limits OWNER WILL sell 2 bedroom equity and assume! $15 monthly 423.4783 WITMRWit say html and the aHlof.

Only 12500. with 29% down. BUS. LOT & HOME double garage. utility room. 267. payments.p.m. Call 267-6628 after :3 If you have rental t''43. PACKARD food condition ex. thin aaJd'81' day Court. of at D.crbr Tltu.vlllt., A.O narttla., 191.

tw 200 ft. frontage on Hop. 78' on US 1 downtown area I I 2470. housing, list It In celltnt chrome, $73.: Cart WT- (Cou$CUHTia.Owl l) n. BARNES "
LOTS FOR SALH cl.rlsdlt;
kins Avenue with 255 ft. depth attractive 2 Bedroom home adjoining TITUSVILLE. 3 bedroom 1 The Star-Advocate! the Clroull Court
Excellent Apartment or facing quiet shady : bath modern kitchen selective 5221'BVICb. By: Dertlo. Hill
IM, ML 'Irk Ave.Phone
business location Few parcels II I Deputy Clerk
: neighborhood. $750 take
street of fine homes. FHA financing down
207.1820. Jan. I, to, IT, 24 lOrIS( ]M4.NOTICK .
are available this size- $29,000 : .over mortgage. 267-1874. DON'T PAY RENT! .. .

Priced reasonable.A12 '63 O1EVY. Impala, Super Sport

20 Acres high and dry BY OWNER low down payment This Stands 11,000 miles, V-8, automatic, all 63 PONTIAC Tempest I : or IIK\H'N 1'' ow'::.11
South of Route 46 1320 ft. 2 BEDROOM HOME 3 bedroom 2 bath screened TRAILER accessories silver blue, 1 owner. "[..ma", convertible \*-J/J "l I.'H IIK.\ n I.IN. K .
I Road porch and play room on large Exceptionally clean. Sacrifice.. : V8, Automatic ia WHOM IT CA1'C'UMt'ERNi"
acre. FrontageS$100.; ..per' SoOth of Orlando Utility Co., 2 corner: lot,- 'alreonditioning: For Quality $2650. 267-696T Of 2OT-1441. Transmission Power Steering, Notice"He- aearlaawill la hirtnjr a.rivtn. .holil bar In the ap

rooms, need Inside finishing drapes wall-to-wall carpeting.refrigerator OWNERSWe Radio and HeatffU Coualy. ,. ConmlMlaavre. Room Court
AlJ 10 Acres near U. S.' No. completed. Shade trees. $7,000 and built in kitchen Wanted To Buy H...... Tlliievllle, FlorIda at W-SO:
1 North of Mirny Make $500 down balance arranged. included. 2672159. CHEVROLET 'Bis- f 4 jnr I Icayne' OCIock.. A.J(.., ribmary :W 1184........
I 2 door sedan, JIJTJ ho. akjoullona. If aiy, to the .leloo
fine trailer park site 1650. BEDROOM 2 bath have 'llihmenl at. nulkhtad ...
3 carporte, on beautiful full acre mo Auto Powerilide Transmlsgfenn. I Line -
acre. USED AUTOMOBILES. city ,bws asS dtacrlbait .. ,
per belowi
lot. 261.())318. ?
IV* ACRE LOTS a large bile home lot, size ito x 440 Part AM 7-3086. h"1ter. lan..r. U, 196.
C38 80 Acres one mile for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH bmeesslp'riov, or t'"OPOIII:
River frontage ,Excellent Paved streets. Trees and 80 FORD "Falrlana" COAT I Bl.KHB> LINE IN BKCTION'M: ,
OLD COINS WANT99) V8 4 door' sedan. TOWNSHIP' n HUUTU RMODBAit. -. -
speculation for only $600. per breathing room. $2100 $3000 I Move in now .- Trailer' Living Fordomatlc . JO/J MHVARl> COIf NTT, fLOK
acre. $350 dwn Bal. $40 per mo. BUILDERSWANTED i at its best.CHRISTMAS.. BUYING' AND telling coins sine! I IDA AS TAKE.W, FROM LINEN
ESO 15 Acres on Route 46 with '(IktTI9S 1940 assures you .f< a square deal 61 RKOIBTERED: LAUD BITRVBYOH
990 ft. frontage Priced only :3 ACRE LOTS at all tlmei. We carry a compleU Sedan AutomatleIO95 NO. lilt, HATED JULT SO, 1963...
stock of coin supplies at reduced Transmission. Radio front a point tn I the North I line of
, $35. per front foot 29%- Lot 2. aoond Addition U India...,
down. Only 3 available on graded This ia the official Seal of prices.. Vou. mill be satisfied JH Heater Hlver Clljr, I'lat Scull J, Paie .
road just off US 1 can be re. "FOREST HILLSESTATES" 11 Miles West of Indian River the National Association of ways whea you buy or lell atPhilip wbJofc lIne la W aouib oC the North
171-437 ft. U. S. No. 1 front- subdivided. $5000 Good Terms. and Dorothy Boyle $995 Hne of sectIon. 2" Townahlp it
age in Bellwood area pricedat City on Rt. 50. Christmas FlorIda Home Builders. Only members 1023 JUJjewood. Ave. 6t FALCON 2 door South Range SI Cad and ike Eaat. '
Phone Orlando 27S-I93. sedan heater "X RIb ni .
o War New U. a
47500. with terms. ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT of the National Association Iloll IU11. Florida" on Rt. No. Highway No. 1. onntlBua. Keel on ,
CL3-2194 Member U. IL C. C. North LJna, of ae.li! Lot a. to
6OFALCON-4door a point
W. J. Smith Realtor and local associatIons COOT
130-271 ft. U. S. No. 1 front. $3000 Per Lot! wboe. parpMiitlouUr dlaUnce from
age 1250 deep Between are allowed to displaythis sedan automatic f jfl/J II,. eealerllne o( laid It. tr. Highway
Cocoa and Titusville Zoned 2001 S. Washington 2670153Titusville () CHAS. JANNARONE transmission, Radio, Kj. I I. IU' er W: from tentarilne
For The Investor. seal
Titusville Shopping Center : heater! of Old IT C. Nlghenr Mo. It thenoeoulheaalerlr
trailer subdivision $44,000.
on a line. to .
with terms. Fla. AM 7-3441 Alexander Construction 62 CORVA1R 2 door, aiLS al a porpenillovlar /.11.1.. of
100 AcresLet IT STANDS radio $$1395 Wl1 from the oenlerllne of .. do New
C33 300 Ft. U. S. No. 1 to Company sedan. and J V. .. tltfkwar fin I to a point ea

River 7V4 lsl{ ; this parcel I us show you this choice 'OR hpatf'r.:5a Addition the loath. to II ae ladlan of I Lot RIver 11. H.rnnd Cllyithenne

.-Only I parcel of land in the Broyhill Development : FORD Ranch Wait along laid SoulS line oj i
$20,000 cash handles. Nothing growth va 4 door. Ford595 Lot 21 to the Eaat.riy right of way
else like this parcel SYDNEY SCHWARTZ, REALTOR area close to Titusville. Chlldre Homes Inc. INTEGRITY omatlc .. of acId U. M highway No. 1. All.'
Irt MaaUea M, Townehlp. 3] south,
available in North Brevard. 100 acres of prime land Cowart & Carter Inc. Radio, and1 H*at>r.ao Mean U 11:.... Brevard, County .
R22-100 x 190 Residential Lot "BEST BUYS"DESORABLE ready for development PQNTIAC ".Bo.... Florida.rOn: H. O.' Kirk, rinrlda WaD' i
in SlUms $lsoo with. $500 priced at only $2200( per Cozart Const. Company vllU". 4 Dow Hart- S 1 i595 terlandt la,Uan hIrer City, Florida. .

down. acre with excellent terms, Fisher Construction Co. topHydramatlc Trt- All lateeeeted .,.'.011. max appeal. .

R27 75 x 150 lot South of Power RESIDENTIAL LOT,,105' x 150' on Golf or $1,800 per acre I for all Futch Cotfst'ruitlon' Co. psmIsleee 'Alp Cellditlorttnr Brakes' .-1."bW..r.s..u.! iM Un. *.,*Ad' P''*''* '
Cash. cash at Call 8,1II ,tfteerln2jPowe(. III! I ? ", Board of CnDI)' i
Plant $1,500. us .
Course. Paved street with city water.: Close to Rdl< and lificV. f o ; Brtvard CouoU,
day. John Beach lios'ida, Nov7rr.t>,r II .1943. J
A04 Few miles North of school and shopping. $3,800.( I I 60 CHEVROLET inn: H. WICKHAM, f
MimI Close to U. S. No. 1 CHAIRMAN 1 1BOAKI
20% Louis & Brown, Inc. "Bel Air" 2 door le- $$1295 > OST
1.3 or 5 Acre tracts COUNTY !

down $33. per month. Someon ZONED BUSINESS House and Lot 150 x 125', Indian Northwood Builders, Inc. dan radio!{ ,VS.heatey.S9SllfCA.Powerglide. COMMUMIONERfl COUNTT, IBHUVARfr J

paved streets. River City $13,000. Penziner Bros. II OL.UWA. .
This I Is the official seal of the .ISEAL,
H73 Split level $15.750 n DATtt TO BK
Evans Four $$495 PUBLISHED)
Robert Door
Monthly $101. pays all I National Association of Real .1&.. IT, 14, II |Trt> 1MI.Muitce .
BEAUTIFUL and Unusual Home. Two bedroom den Sedan ,
Real Nice. Ronald Moretto I Estats Boardi. Only membersof .

1191 Modern 3 Bedroom 2 plus attached office. In Lovely Neighborhood *- Tiffany Builders Inc. ( the Association may display 80 DODGKCooverlibJ "'oIa""S1195 : ) tea PeavscAvI.x.aaYea .. ..

Bath Home in Indian River I 22000. : Justice Homes, Inc. this ,eal. And only those who *. V CIBCUIT; fwvnr SOW ISIS 5
One of the nicest custom this seal matte TraD NIN1H 01"1<::111I. ('lll(I IT, III 5
City dltpliy may oaTh tt nvttlttt
around Trimble Power Stearin. Power Braktr, AND fUMILVIM ..YAaO COVNZL I
homes James
Priced built at $19,600. APARTMENT HOUSE SITE Frontage on three 4U Main St. Tlturvffle, P1*. William Everman Realtors* I Radio and He tcr.M ".I.U.IU4." '''lI'.. rec1. 5Msalatsy w 5,

Acre $7,9CO streets 195' x 130'. City water, city sewer. $14,000. Phone 247-9000 Homes 0 Qeorge M., Ba/Uy. Jr.* .: EDSIL 1 door V*. cnuJl'I: : TAJ'LOn ... .
1179 Home on 1 Wingate Ic. Automatic Transmitlion. '$$295 i'ialatlft ,

Good Terms. Radio.! Heiter TAYLO 1 ;
HOUSE AND LOT on busy street. Zoned Business I Hryan-Comr' & Delenda'nt ,

\Yinstead IDS.J Many More To Choose From? Ton are kerab nollfleil tlMt.
ARROW $17.000.OTHER Local & Long Distance Movers ISSuer Oreea) Taylor. hai filed ault..
J: W. Childrt. Realtor !I. Ul. Court .....101( a divorce.And .
you are b.nll" required. ,to .
EXCELLENT Business Locations. Conforti!, RealtyDanenburg's Gus FaulkChevrolet file you aaaw ier otbor pleadfnf
= with. the Oerki of this Court, not :
Moving jgSfc j5 | Packing I Beach late* taaa 10 day of February, IBM,
REALTYAM OTHER HOUSE LISTINGS. I Realty aervlac a true wpy thereof upon theAttorno :
for .flee< rialatlff. Robert .
Storage gjjjfS3f Shipping I aadbe)'. P. a Boa 453. Co oa> rite. .
7-7037 I Duffy's Real Estate Ids or luMee a, Jul.;.....' pto *oo- .
SYDNEY SCHWARTZ, Realtor FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341 Qiwards Realty Thle JAM P Slit

,,311 North Dixie HighwayOn 1141 S. Hopkins Ave. LOCAL AGENT Ol Kitties Agency (cOURT; Curtla SCAL R. )5cr...

( U. S. No. 1) Titusville, Florida 8 BREVARD RIDGWAY MAYFLOWERCOLD Clerk Clr ult Court: '
By! II.".. Hill,
L B. Realtor
Rive City AM 7-6100! or 1101 I '
Indian FUR STOPACE 1600 N. U. S. No. 1 CRATING Deputy Clark!

Don MancinI Broker EXPERIENCE( DOE, COUNT PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE Sidney Schwartz USED CAB. E9Tw Robert Attorney': Oodbey for .,.J'1aIOtltt -.

R. M. N. Weir & Son Inc. 1099 HOPKINS: AVE. P. O. Sins 451.1't9't

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A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville _

FHA: LOW DOWN Only 2 Mile West of U.S. No.1 On Garden SL COWART & CARTER INC. :



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e8 TMusv II. (Ploldal) Star' Advouts Friday.January" 24, 19" sense of the word. me and I enjoy their' visits to my AII-Cartoon Movie
home. Father O Hare is a wonderful
My mother owned a dressmaking -
--- too." At
person Sat. BayviewThe
school in Philadelphia:

r Mims Woman Gave Up Exciting Life For Small TownContinued She .brought. West's out Dress an old Making ad"Mme. : son SkQ!:!whom Is a anyone gracious: white lady, or a per col Bayvlew School morning

ored, would be proud to count movies, held on Saturday, will
"My grandmother, a Negress many years ago She sold her School", with a picture of Mme
( From Page 4-8)) taught French and etiquette to services to them, but she wasn't West, a proud, independent looking among their friends And we, In present an cartoon movie
take pleasurein <
North Crevard can
daughters of Southern whites employed by them in the broad woman. Mr. Magoo this Saturday
With an education he will know the fact that Theresa Burnett featuring
We asked Theresa If she liked
how to conduct himself and gain ---. "- '-- -- Mimi: rrnJe this her home. 2Mh, from 10.12Following .
from the white man..
respect With education come acknowledgement ? "Yes: (t'm happy here. I miss: See The the movie, coke

that he cannot demand : the things of beauty and culture and snacks will be sold. All
social freedom il e.Y e.p e. that I loved so much in the Star AdvocateFor
must come from the heart of hIs north things like symphoniesart YourPrinting proceed from this program gq t
while friends. shows, libraries that were to the PTA fund to purchase 1

Ihcresas mother was French,, available to me. Needs! Items ficm the school

and from her she gets this pride "You know," she said, 'Trr 'I ---- --- --- 7
and common sense, that usually Catholic:. and am a member" of'
dont mix. St. Tereiai in Titusville. The
"U, parents or grandparentsnever sisters there are very good tc Skillet
s R'ty worked for anyone else,,,
but Instead they owned their I

own businesses. 6 LOANS S '50 To'600
COOKIES FOR PAPER Star-Advocate p From I
manager, Bill Lyerly, accepted several boxes of Girl '' t'lI rt OnSlgnltuFl -
Scout Cookies from Nancy Bleakley recently prior to the HAPPY Furniture, Auto, I
official opening of the annual sale this Friday. Four varieties BIRTHDAYSaturday r Red l Estate, Beets1'o1i1_ s
of cookies will be sold for 50 cents a box from Jan SPECIAL FOR
17 to Feb. 1. From left are Mrs. Richard Bleakley, cookie January 25 i SATURDAYSTEAK

chairman, Mrs. C. P. Durian, leader of troop 267, Mary Mrs Raymond Smith .
Durian, Lyerly and Brownie Scout Nancy. Proceeds Mrs. W. O Feagan
from this year's sale will be used to erect camp sites. Mrs. Frieda Thompson I HAM

(Carlson Photo) Sandra Gaetano

Dottie Fred Ormsbee Wager : \ j\ a aI I

Art Emphasis Robert L. Anderson Tituevitie a ,
348 Grllltd, sugar curod ham
CrlrnTina 4'
1'ieston Merckson .r South Florida ttttk, pin *pplt ring, 'trench t
Donald Dean t Washington 27-4331 'tried potatoes, cotta schttt ;
salad, roll. ,

Sought HereThe Mildred Sunday Fox, January Davis 28 ONE PHONE DAY SERVICE NOWI )

Titusville Art League met to materials, exhibits, and perhaps Mrs Jessie' Peppers Cash 24 Monthly -I SSe.t' K.j t i

at the Art Center on Wednesday class visitations to exhibits Clias B Andrews Kingman To You Payments
will help develop interest and desire Joseph
Business was dispensed with and to learn la the children of MM. John Griner $1 50.00 $ 8.8'1
an Informal round table discussion Jackie Register
of our schools It Is( suggested that 300.00 17.79
was held with
Die Art League and representatives perhaps the ,Art League could Monday, January 27 450.00 I 2623; ; 4t O 1d
of the elementary schoolsIn sponsor an Art Club for the high Mn Dean Stauffer Titusville
Titusville apd Mims taking school level children, and they, Lester Ann Grill 600,00 34.39 Plrtlo Plaza -

part. The topic was what the Art In turn, could furnlah group James R. Stewart, Jr I Thcrtt Wi Burnett In Her Cardtn I -- -- -- ---- --- -
League and schools'* can do to demonstrations to classes, helpIng Mn Clonnie Harris --
encourage an Interest In the field younger students become acquainted Timmy Dickson
of art. Schools represented were with the different mediums
Rivervlew, Bayvlew ,and Mims and techniques of art. NOTICEI i
Elementary Schools It Is hoped that through: the
of the schools and will not be responsible for
The discusiioQ was led by Miss cooperation .
much be any debts incurred by anyone I
the Art League can
Gladys Bornt, and Bill Williams,
other than myself .
offered the students In Brevard
of the Mime Elementary Heath
Principal schools in the way of art that Jimmy
School, spoke for the schools. heretofore has not been offered Jan. 22, 24, 27 (MWF) 1964
),Ir. Williams expressed a hope
that the Art League could In
some way assist the teachers in
helping to whet the appetite of Furniture ANE 10\
the children, therefore creating b.o.p. PROP I REPLY tI'
interest which In turn, would JlAN o. Box
an \ p. ....
bring out the I hidden talents S\J ..... FLA TITt15Y1LLfr. '
which already exist and are \ OF 1 ...""
dire need of training Related 1111 U. S. Ne.T.t.h'M '.
arts has not been emphasized in
the past few years In the schools FURTHER FINALREDUCTIONS .

b-cause cf a lack of personnel u1441 l .. ...... 5964
4a. \ \
with related arts training and ,., \
the lack of time and space required ..? ca.2e5 .. January .
to present such training
-It Is hoped that information
furnished by the Art League as

Complete closcout must be accomplishedby 1'10. 1 NOrth ..

Tides February lit 1 Friends: on U. S.
,High LawSat. Dear our plant for
., Jan 25 D. 0. P. MUST VACATE BUILDINGBY ago we opened in this area of
1:21: a.m. It:36 a.m. -- months operated co.wenience
rsi p.m. 11:58: p m Eighteen with '
... Sun., Jan 24ft Since we yOU has been .. ,

:23 a.m. a.m. No Reasonable Offer RefusedOpen at Titusville wished to Provide and patronage -.
8:33 p,m. 12:35 p m 't we : '
Men Jan. 27 many years friendliness
? Sunday (After Church) 1 'til 6 P.M. : YOU, -
7:20: a.m. 12:54: a.m. service' : .
7:29: p.m. 1:30: p.m. local '' ". .
this .
for : !
gratifyi09' 'Iou ; r
roost thank
service .
letter efficient w. ;
... of this same \..,; >

There are 30 Pontiacs ,... It I is the purpose and assure yoU of the ears. ;i' ..g tk: .

in Wide-Track TownC.sLrn cooperatiOn in the coming y Propane Gas, we \ ; .::.
w company !
Meade, .
J ;: by our Distributor Ft. d.,,,
\,,' Indepeodent 100 .. r
.... : ?:! largest Beach' well as over .;: .
)I. .t f.f1'.. I\s the plants in Fernaodina andWild woodr as and : '.. ..

noW have Tampa Midwestern '
,.. Maitland, central,
."t Lakeland, Eastern : .
In customers. ;
located 1 6S0.000 .,
*. Plants telephone
states !:;
please :
southern service
Efficient h : f1Jo'
4 ,ti CourteOUs shoW rOom. .,
Fast. roodern
; For our
267.6411 I 1 O' .visit' Sincerely' t.

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,.7 ftk ;. : John Marsh

I .. District Man ger
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<. Did you say you wanted a tk : ; .
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f i Ii 4-door sedan 1. : : '

: ._ With Wide-Track .

t and that luxurious Pontiac comfort? ? ._,. atje f Sen'keQ
: O.
(CWa\,got four different models to choosa from.) : e,rertt

:.- : 1 3 (1 i:. ; oUQ f 3- V}'ears acl <

h '"" ,.... .
.:,::' 'Cleo se 3'our Wide-Track performer at your local PontiaC dealers'

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