<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Star-advocate
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086744/00012
 Material Information
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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000898587
oclc - 33125188
notis - AEK7293
lccn - sn 96027119
System ID: UF00086744:00012
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida today (Cocoa, Fla.)
Preceded by: Titusville star-advocate

Full Text
J..BO.lSVll\\\ : 1 1A OV'tla1

\ JJ'dI '






I Buy In North Brevard! Sla.d ocal: (; Smile-You're In Florida w I I




The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents



84th! Year No. 12 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida, Monday January 27, 1964 14: Pages Tuclay PuMislioil! Mondays, Wcd ," iy' and Fridays
--- -- -- -- -- ------- -- -- --- '
"
t. ">





I Saturn 1 Firing I Is Postponed Until We day I






Ranger 6 Set



I City Utility Tax Revision Recommended To Go From



(Cape Thursdaytiring
-- -- -
Would Finance
of the huge Saturn 1

super rocket, criminally> slated

for, 10 a m., then II:33 a.m. slut
Expansion PlanA y Man's Best Friend
dim I p,m. today was "scrub'bed"

fur today at 12-13: p.m.
major revision of the present MiVsf
utility tax strutting of the to The firing win scheduled

city necessary to meet the fur WtdncucUy
needs for water and A hydrogen value leak was
sewer system Buf I Was
expansion programs, is to ,al Mnou&hA given ni tho reason! for the
"
postponed firing
bo recommended to the city council

tomorrow night. I man. best friend is his Jesse Nelson Barker, 40, same and u subsequent search Il.J The Saturn 1 J. most powerful

A revised utility tax rate, do:. address were rested in Cocoa the! to tin ,mini..I shelter they, known rocket In the would was
which would put the utility tax You can kick me, but leave by oriole of Sheriff Leigh W iI. slated to attempt to boost into
lie* 'litid ,then! und there to "uve"th
en water for the first time and my dog alone' vim Drpjrtmcnt\) after it !lrlll,'I 01 bit I the heaviest t satellite yet
up the top limit on the amount These phrases are well known been determined from 'ir .Ilg I and piotccded to saw a 37,700 pound monster

charged:.: against electricity, gas and indicate the close itlation cl/m Unit the to men h.... ,. a tint out ,of the iheltt. but In Not only was the Cape's prr

.lid telephone use, will be recommended ship between man and dog, ,iiiultitudo of "man's best friends"out doing! MI they also released; every pun lions for the tiring thrown

to the city council Historically! this has been a long of the Draxton Animal Clinic. other clog in the "pound" alto, "out of killer" by the postponement

tonitfht.: and close relationship and many in Cocoa, The cliniC Is also headquarters The tw'o,. Titusvillu! men, who but also the plans of

According to City Manager books have been written, poems! for the Drevard Humane hull been In Cocoa looking for nuny visiting notables\ Including

Cleveland! Talmadge, Loomis ; L ,e laid, and movies made of this Society; work, according: to the sheriffs a number of Cungitssnien
r a _
Letdy.: 'tho city's fiscal agent, at relationship The story began when a dog; dipt, wire found nearby and Thus Hit Saturn Is now due to
bus made a study of the city's [ This love between a man and was found in a Cocoa trailer although I the two persisted\ in tot find Wednesday the day

financial I structure and has determined hu dog came to life over the evidently left alone for a couple their story of "Just passing by", before a camera-Idling Hanger!:

that the surest way of week-end in Cocoa, when a man, of layi The humane society the urfcctloni of the dog indicated 8 'pIl'f'Ctart if slated to be fired

financing the expansion programs in fact a couple of men, broke was called In and, It took the dug their gum It!. ou 'Jhuisduy.

is to increase the utility the law and face imprisonment to the shelter at Braxton's Clinic The two "dog lovers"- arc The Ranger spacecraft Is k

tax structure. over the love of their dog Over the weekend, when the chained with bl'caklniand entoring slated fur'
,... a photographic mission
L< edy said that in order to finance ------ Chester Davis,, 35, whose! address two men returned to their trailer bemuse there's no law that could

the program, totaling $2- BUSY GALS Sheriff's Department dis- ling, right, and the other fire girls are I Is simply Dixie Hotel, and and found the dog missing against loving a dug clear clow up pictures produce of 3.000 the

250,000 it will be necessary for patcher, Marie Ball, left has given approximately now handling city police calls as well as surface at the .
the city to produce $125,000 ad- 32 hours of help in orientat- city government and fire calls. (S-A _'i --. -, moon.It

ditional money annually to meet ing the Titusville Fire Department in Photo.) In slated, by NASA to be

tie. debt service requirementsand handing police calls Fire girl Dee Epp- :, fired at 10:12: arm Thursday
to provide adequate coverage aboard an Aths-Agroa rocket.

; It will fly an Inlrlcate flight!

The present utility tax Is now plan, which involve firing& the

10 per cent, with a maximum of City Now Handling Full (r agrna second! stage of the boost
er rocket Into a "parking orbit"
$2 per user and no utility taxIs i
placed oa water customers IY t eiLT1 111 mlle high and at the precise

In view of the need for additional moment restarting the ARena I
motor i to lncr.aie- spued from
income ,-" Leedy recommends *
17,300 to 24,000) \ miles an hour
that the tax structure be .
Radio CommunicationsThings Sixteen hours after launching
revised to 10 per cent oa/ the first
if all goes well, I radio commandwill
$20 and five per cent on all use-
bo lent to the spacecraft ta
age thereafter, and that a 10 ,
fire s mid course motor which hl
per cent utility tax be placedon are really humming The fire department has been each lakinjf an eight hour shift 'a : 4 slated l tit Jockey Ranger 6 Into a

water consumption, with a around at the Titusville Fire Dopar'ment delegated the resposibility of dispatching the, increase has been tremen collision coune with the moon I
maximum of 50 cents per user headquarters station/ all vehicles and personnel dous". Meanwhile the highly successful

Tain adge said that he concur now The pretty dispatchers are over this network, and as Echo 2 balloon satellite. man-
i in this recommendation and "up to their cars" in phone calls Fire Chief Jim Brown say \."Tho Through the cooperation of kin I'. target npucectafl.; orbited
pointed out that he has informed and dispatch messages over the initial three days have been. right Sheriff Leigh: Wilson Marie Ball, the earth following firing early
the council previously of the Titusville City radio network hectic." sheriff's department dispatcher, Saturday from Vandcnburg In
nerd for tile revisions.He has been "Ioane to the city to
California.
The City of Titusville Friday The Ti'usvlile:! Police calls were
said that many Florida help train the personnel to han
cities have: a flat 10 percent assumed control of tneir own formerly handled through the die the increase in calls. l' aJl The! 133.foot diameter plastic
; which Includes Bret'ard Sheriff network, while
utility tax with no maximum, as radio! network "If it hadn: been for her (Mar YIn and! aluminum foil sutelloon
is the case here now, or a graduated city government (water depart. the fire department girls handled ie) this job of becoming orientedto which Inflated In Space! was rock.
meet, street dept., etc.), police city government and fire calls ctcd
atop la ThorAgena rocket
.! scale similar to! the one the tasr of handling: the police
and fire Now with the amalgamation of
department department and entered a circular
calls would have been tremen near
proposed. Also included in the job of these the' entire city radio .y..ms. on
dous, We are indebted to her,'' .- polar orbit less than an hour i
According to the city managerthe Fire Department "Missel" is the the pretty shoulders of these = -- afterward.
proposed water and sewer= County Fire Control l frequency. girls, and there are four of them Chief Brown said this morning WELCOME Jack Mintzer, right, president During the reception, a display model of
The chief told the StarAdvocatethat NASA the
expansion program would makeit of Irving Industries Inc.. buildersof the apartment was shown. The model Is says shiny star-like
the week-end, the department Echo 2 will be
possible to serve the entire over Imperial Towers, the high rise apartment shown in background, Approximately seen by more people -
handled 978 calls. Marie\ than other
Indian River City area with YMCA Formation Committee Will! worked with the department a complex on South Washington Ave., 200 local people attended the reception Joel In the any history of manmado the woi Id.ob-

city water and furnish fire protection total of 32 hours over this past welcomes Mayor Ed Kittles during thecompany's (S-A Photo) The nuclear submarine Natnun

to that area: weekend beginning Friday. reception Friday evening. Hale Sunday fired two Polaris
Also included would be construction Meet Tonight; Public Is InvitedLocal missiles during a submerged
the sheriff's
Besides dispatcher
of a water softening training cruise off Cape
Kennedyand
plant, that would climate the residents interested In temporary steering committee, aiding the girls, Police Chief W had a 30( per cent success
f, Brown and other members of Council To Face Bids
rust condition toward formation of
working a getting initial work on a YMCA rcct.rd THe first one was destroyed
YMCA in Titusville are urged to started, said that a provisionalboard the department helped orient about two minutes aftertiring
Nol Guilly"Sayi attend a meeting at 8 o'clock tonight the girls. when Its second stage veer
directors is set
of being
in the community room of up The four "fire girls" are Don. ed off ccuno The second one
Citizens Bank. for the purpose of directing sucha na Wood Sandra Braxton, Jo was "on (lie button" Into the tar-

DobalianVaughan Bert Mcintosh[ who heads a move. Ann Jennings!: and Dee Eppling. Zone Matters TuesdayApplication Cut area 1300 miles! down range:


Dobalian, whose di 2 Bids for construction: of 12 by Jackson's) S0> Winter

obolical plot of "soliciting" to era. new water wells, piping, well Minit[ Markets for zoning approval 'Second reading of an ordin- CarnivalSite

have his wife murdered was un houses, etc, are being openedat for the package sulu ofbeer trice n-iturdmg: petition by H, C

covered in a bizarre "Casbah" 2 p m. today in the office of and wine at a propound. Kiik to extend! the bulkheadS Is

type Inlri.uc; by the Ercvardbhenlf City Manager Cleveland Talrrud store iit 805 Orlando Itoud (Sit COUNCIL: [ On Page I I ChangedA

: '. Department, has made -1 ige and (be council .Is expecked -
jt plea of nat guilty to the charge, v to award the bid at tomorrow change has been made In the
The Satellite Deach electronics b .. Wy night's meeting "" sits for the Junior Woman's Club
City Engineer "Winter Carnival" Ball to beheld
engineer was originally charged S The bids' will be reviewed by
with conspiracy to have his wife Saturday night
engineer
the city's consulting
murdered but County Solicitor s S I Pr between bid opining this afternoon Originally: slated for Whisper

Tom Stroud has reduced the .a 5r and tomorrow night's ing (Kills Country Club JWC
charge: The maximum sentencefor meetini Post Is FilledThe spokesmen Informed the Star-
the misdemeanor charge is
Also on the agenda for the Advocate Saturday that "due to
one year in Jail.
meeting; circumstance beyond our con
Dobalian pleaded Innocent to third of a trio of key positions his new pst In Titusville, trol the location of the Winter
the! new charge!: and was scheduled Report from City Manager authorized by the city Welch will find as his pr nl'lpil Carnival has been changed: from
a to whether or not
for a Jury trial at the Rock- Trfknadjre as council several months ago; was duties the Inspection of I "nb- Whispering (Hills/ Country Clubto
ledge! courthouse annex Feb. 24 ,,, the city can adopt an ordinanco filled! this morning according tan ) division service con>trp
Stroud said after reviewing the YOur requiring stand-by facilities for announcement made by City water lines, sewer lint, tj! tin- (Marina)."
case information, his office had f private utilities sidewalk I
Manager Cleveland Talmadgc: age !, storm drainage:
decided! to press the lesser -\.1 Request by Talmad; e to advertise Robert J. Welch, 31-'ear.olll and streets/lie will also be avittint Because of the change: : there

charge. Information on the can 4c HEART L tot one automobile for resident of West Hollywood to the director of public wW bvhncreaied: letting capacity

will be made available to the the new civil
state attorney general for further .FUND station wagon' fur the recreation post cf city engineer: Talmadge laid that Welch will at the door or for many

investigation. to tee if the department! Appropriations. for A native of fowlkes, Tennessee start on March 1, or earlier if he member of the JWC this week

county can press more than the F'qhts.' the vehicles have been set up In Welch attended the Univers.ty Is able to leave his present poition .' The dance will begin at g p.m.
misdemeanor charge. the present budget and all proceeds to the civic
to th.it go
prior
of Florida and from l'JW! >
The bizarre case, at uncovered' : .yx. t.h em a 11 l! Rcqueit by Edward O. and b2 served In the office of the engineering Already on the! job I N Dull! center. fund, being raised by the

by the Sheriffs department ndi; __;n_...._____ ..__ Rudolph, A. Nelson for per mis. department la the City Covington: who started Jan 1 as club.It.

the Florida Sheriffs Bureau, revealed HEART FUND DRIVE The above job will be They are from left: Mrs. ion to fill and bulkhead the last of Winter Park, leaving as asElstant administrative assistant to Tal- was ho announced that the

that Dobaban to make a was deal supposedly with ladies, all captains of different districts,. Sally Martin, Mrs. Sandra Evans, Mrs. postmen of their property, formerly city engineer He Is married madge. Coming next month is patron's party, also set for
trying who turned met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Clare Loretta Wiley, Mrs. Clare Simms, Mrs. owned by Mr[ and Mrs C. Jack :Muller as recreation directjr Whimpering Hills, would be held
hire",
"killer for
a be of the Florid Simms to make plans for the coming Betty Lee and Mrs. Lila Bellerjeau. J*. Ennght, located north of lie has been working the past ', The engineer pout Is the third at the Bud Powell home, 45 Fair-
o-it to agent
Sheriff's an Bureau working with heart fund drive. They discussed the area (S-A Photo) Broad Street. It- is 103 by 474 two years with the Praetryn System of these three key positions to befilled glen Drive. from t)30) to \9 p.m.

each and also what their feet firm,in West Hollywood. Saturday
the county sheriff's Dept that Is to cover



-- --- ---- -









Pap 2 TltuivllU (Florida) Star.Advocate Monday, January 27, 1964

.. Florida Isn't Much Of A Source For Hobby : .
k-
.



I Editorials Earl Lindsay Home Reflects His




Outmoded Election LawsThe Innocently Tagged HR 7152The


fact that millions of eligible citizens fail to vote

in our elections, all the way from the local to the federal pending Civil Rights Bill, innocently tagged"II Interest In Collecting RocksBy

level, has! long been labeled a "national disgrace". And R 7152 constitutes the greatest grasp for executive

the common reason given for this failure is voter apathy. power ever conceived in the 20th Century.

No doubt, apathy is an important element But, This legislation is being reported to the House Without ( Barbara CarUvn. ) miirture! of varigated blue cir--

there is also another facet to the problem as Alfred Balk the benefit of any consideration, debate, or study of The relatively flat, swampy cul&r hands Other "rocks" In

points out in an article appearing in the January issue of the bill by any subcommittee or committee of the House terrain oi Florida with an. estimated !ril. collection include opal Jade. b iL 11. ryF '
30000 lakes, makes an unusual quartz obsidian, rigor/( eye, various ..
Today's Health. He finds that outmoded registrationand and without any member of any committee or subcom-
habitat for a collector ot types of copper mineralsand
election laws are to blame for keeping millions of mittee being granted an opportunity to offer amend- rocks and yet we find Earl Lind. crystal formations

eligible voters from the polls. ments to the bill. say a local collector Is enjoying Jade, contrary to belief f. Is not

To quote him directly, "In 1960, it is estimated, at In fact, it is the most radical proposal in the field of his hobby to the fullest extent ilw..y..grt'en. Lindsay pieces
least 20 million Americans-half of all those of votingage civil rights ever recommended by any committee of! the Whetr am enters the Lindsay > range In color from whet to
home at 10 Gardenia Circle, the hlaclt' end are not all in the tame c,
who did not vote-were disfranchised in this man- House or Senate The bill was drawn in secret meetings! \ entire In the V4
family'sinterest srfirrt of color: One piece Is many -
ner. held between certain members of this committee the ; hobby is evident in the vast display shades of pink while another "-

"They included persons who were ill, confined to Attorney General and members of his staff and certain of crude rocks and polished looks very much_like pearl. This

nursing homes or other institutions, were traveling on select persons, to the exclusion of other committee mem- J stores encased in a- large room popular stone Is found In Wy
divider Eart' wife HIMegard, omirtg; Alitlra and Burma k
business or vacation, or were victims of racial discrimin- bers
speak* quite fluently orr the subject Tiger! eye*, which it actually
ation. But the largest estimated eight mil- The for this 'secret' of the bill has
groups-an reason drafting and Ir obviously proud of )petrified asbestos. it many). cor-

lion.persons-had done nothing more unusual than move now come to light The measure is but 10 percent Civil her husband's- "unusual knack" ores red blue, golden and even'

In. the' weeks and months preceding election day, and Rights-the other 90 percent is Federal control over all for transforming the crude materials multl.colored: Pound irt Africa,

then found themselves denied an opportunity to registerand people, business, labor schools and the professions. into( beautifully polished\ this? tone primarily used in M r '
stone and artistic pieces! ol ring settings and caneos x
vote in either their old or new places of residences. This bill was drafted with an utter disregard of the jewelry j Petrified wood': I it one of the

According to Balk, a "shocking proportion" of Amer Constitution of the United States and directly contraryto I Fart first began this- fascinating' most interesting rock" specimens .

icans perhaps as much as a third of the whole electorate the spirit and intent of,the Bill of,Rights. hobby while living In Midland, m Lindsay's collection On s .q

will not vote in this year's presidential election. Should this bill become law our liberty will suffocate i Texas, where he joined the West!! several pieces it is possible to see
And past: statistics bear him out in this statement.In Texas Gem amj.Mlncral Society- what was formerly the bands of
cannot live without breath and I
Republic
his attempt to find the reasons for this sad state our better known as "the rock hound bark and growth rings of a tree

of affairs; Balk interviewed leaders of both major political the very breath of our Republic is personal liberty and club", On, several trip*! in the One piece very much resembles
personal responsibility. sooth-west' ho collected numerous a plank or board such as those r
parties, various public officials, and interested or-
specimens of agate and petrified used in the construction of homes.
ganizations and groups. In recalling the words of George:: Washington, the wood. With this outstanding collection

What seems to be a typical view came from the ex- father of our country, "Government is not reason! it is Hit first "real" find war a of semi.previous stones <, more

ecutive director of the American Heritage Foundation: not eloquence is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous blue-banded' agate Disguised byar than 70 different" types), Lindsay

and active servant and a fearful master." rough/( looking bl'owmstt-rray won six awards two first and ROCK COLLECTOR EARL LINDSAY Cuts slab oJ I
"Despite modern communications party organ-
This bill, in its present form, would adversely effect covering. the rock, when cut, four third while a member of jade on diamond saw
izations which make citizens of the Issues
quickly aware ,
sanded and It brilliantr
polished a the "rock hound club" Bit there
the life of each of for when
every-day us, legislation is
37 states still require one-year residence in the state Is more to( winning these awards, ; six daughters! in the houschnr
one demands two years and 12 call for six months. Coun- enacted designed to benefit one segment or class of a than just collecting the stone The Lindsay's oldest daiinln I

ty and precinct requirements arc often just as unreasonable ociety, the usual result is the destruction of co-existing and! entering them in competition Mrs. Mary Stringer, is marn'li

rights of the remainder of that society. One freedom is First a slab' of the rock) must and still lives in Midland suds

enforce be cut with a diamond saw TIled.sil't'd her husband and two month old
destroyed by governmental action to another
"In Philadelphia, Pa., for instant, where our consti- freedom. 'lot I ; shape of the stone is then son Tony.

tution was: born, and in other cities you can lose your traced on the "slab" and cat out
It would be far wiser to acquaint oneself with the Sally 19! is a pace! clerk :itTtttisvillc
thir mitllrw It ir then
vote merely by moving across the street to a new precinct close to
election This import of H R 7152 and express your views on the bill ground down to the mark of a library and Margaret t tIS
a month or so before day. is a national is a student at Titu\ HoIiglV
to your Congressmen at this time than to sit idly by and grinding wheel and "roundedover" .
scandall"The }! : ::: School. Betty, 12, attend
moral of this would seem to be that stepped-up later lament federal infringements on your personal, lib-' Parkway Jr. High. Bonnie. 9 i I' a
When this hall been done, the
campaigns to eliminate voter apathy and disinterest' arc erties.You stone Is ground( again on a finer student at Ri\"f'n'lew and Joy, j
would likely have plenty to lament no doubt attends Bayvicw;
needed-but, along with them, there must be a detei'- wheel and sanded with a wet vrrJry"
but yourself would have to shoulder much of the For himself and his three year
mined movement to bring registration and election laws you ( : sanding cloth and pohshcl
blame due indifference .. t The transformation is old son, Earl Jr., Lindsay enjoy'
and which all
to but : amazing
laxity can
into line with the age in which we live. As of now, in \ making "bola ties' for wearing,
rule and ruin our lives with the same pure innocency ,. The stone is now beautiful and
far too many cases they belong to an age which is gone l' ,,. .."<' "A- fl.:' 't 1 (; ready to place in It display case with western shirts.
,
that now clothes H. R. 7152.E'mnncipafed. ""H l4
.
forever. "S<4-: 'it '.J; ar to be used in a piece. of jewelry Cne bracelet In particular he
: made ir a stunning creation of
r ,. ?tear drop" amethyst crystals
The Challenge At HandThe ImmaturityJuvenile [ ., ) ', Another, "easier" method of Having been in Titusville a lit.
polishing stones! is by "tumbling"them.
I j-f'Ii' < '\::II tie over a year now, Lindsay is
..- The stones are, put In a interested in organizing a "rock
miracles of science and technical advance have dellquency poses as one of the greatest e ..; "tumbling barrel'. with polishing hound club" in this area. Mem
: l
made all the/ ations of the Earth neighbors. problems facing our society today. r't materials and tumbled for about bcrsiof the club buy, sell and

: We have arrived at a point, never seen before in his-' FBI' Director J; Edgar: Hoover reports that juvenile t__'_ six weeks They come out polish' trade rock specimens from allover
end
1 and but
tory when great powers must compete'with restraint be- delinquency rising! at four times the rate of population -- ..- This shiny method in Is the original the world. The Lindsay''
shape used
quite
cause they know the very destruction of the world hangs increase in the' United States and has reached an alarm- .1 often for crystals. interest In rocks is so great thc\
have offered to show and explain
in the balance. ing' rate, as we all know. I fi In making Jewelry, Lindsay this collection to interested per'

Man must be competitive to achieve; but to survive Too much' freedom has been listed as one of the major rrr'rt.14. often does his own gold or silver sons on any Sunday afternoon In

: in this new and smaller world, so to speak he must causes by a learned pioneer Juvenile Judge: who says' .... work for the setting. lie has their own home. If you" would I like

:: temper this, competitive spirit with reason and recognize "We have emancipated immaturity Today immaturityhas made numerous pendants and to know more about "rock
MRS. E. V. LINDSAY AND EARL JR. Proudly display broaches In tear drop, oval, heart hounds" or would like to !see thus
.... the common need to live together on one planet. too many alternatives. A child who reaches 14 is a rhodochrosite brooch an amethyst bracelet, a and many other shapes, which Is fabulous collection, phone Lindsay .

=. The barriers are many but we must surmount them. almost emancipated from the controls that are neces- "bolo" tie and a wagon of tumbled' rocks. understandable with a wife and at 267-5401.

__ They presenta challenge to each of us to seek within sary at this adolescent age"

ourselves the understanding to broaden our concept of In light of the above charge, wherein lies the blame?

self-interest until it ,embraces all mankind. Are these minors responsible-or are we parents to Canceling Wheat Deal
.. Gurney Urges
The selfish, acquisitive and combative elements wov blame?' Or i in! our 20th Century society just too involved

: en into human nature are the greatest barriers at hand. today to cope with our children

At the root of man's thinking there must reside the We read in our papers every day where someone has Congressman Edward J, Cur this week. in time to stop the wheat ship getting our wheat at bargain

Christian concept of the value of a single human life been charged with contributing to the delinquency of a ney (R.Fla) has urged President "There! is an acute breadshoitage manta" prices he said, "the Cuban

.. regardless of race, color or creed. minor. This breeds contempt, in our society, for thoseso Johnson to call off the Soviet in CUbA," Gurney "While Secretary of Stale sugar the Russians receive from
.. wheat sale in view of the Soviet. stated, 'and It is likely Dean Rusk Is
guile criticizing allies -
but how in our Castro
People of the underdeveloped areas of the world charged many are guilty, one way or can be held off the w frld
Cuban trade announced Castro Intends to send to for "
treaty sugar trading with Cuba
said '
the other and The list mal ket long enough for the
are never charged might
must be helped in their search for a better way of life, prove Russia in exchange for some of the Florida Republican\ "we
to can'nellit
price go up, then they
: for, to value life, one must first find it worth living. long and shockingThe One Week Left For our wheat. are going along with a deal and net millions in profit oj*

: This is the challenge presented in our twentieth proverbial rod that when spared, spoils the Gurney said the Communists which may ultimately result in
The 41 Iso
Florida
child is practically non-existent in our Alien RegistrationThe Congressman
now-a-days arc keeping the details of the feeding the subversive Communi -
century to know as neighbors and truly love the noted an announced Canal iaasale
homes, whereas its presence was known and respectedin trade agreement secret until the i agents! Castro Is sending
: whole of mankind.! It is not, by any token, an easy one United States Immigration through of bulls to Cuba. The
years past. wheat sale with the U. S. Is com LathAmerica" .
to accept. and Naturalization Service reminded Canadians are finding out uiw'
If ourchlldrn not obedience and plate because it has probably According to Gurney, the .
are taught respect all aliens Florida thing we should have learnc I I"l '
in
been decided to send some of Soviets
at home we cannot expect the impossible of our schools that only this week remains besides exporting more fore now,"' Gurney decl''j?d,
the U. S. wheat to Cuba, end
: At Wise Selection Communism
may
and teachers. One who has no respect for his parents In which non,citi.ena must file afraid we will wake reap a huge "that a little Red bull will) t
they pro' up profit on the deal. "They
If will have for himself his teachers the law. The their annual address reports as are a long way."
--- -
none or I ---- ----- ---------- -
The enormity the task resting on the Board of required by law. -
reverse of this is just as true When respect is taught in
: Control! selecting a site for the new Space Universitywas I oj
the home it usually prevails generally. Edward P. Ahrens, District j
only fully realized in recent weeks.
Director pointed out that address
: Our need for a soul-searching, bottom-warming campaign -
Their selection'of the Adamucci site on Friday was, report forms are available at the i
for in the home is far than and
: we think a wise. one: We realize, as do they that everyone respect greater nearest immigration and Naturallzatlon -

is not pleased with this selection. It is all but i impossible holds more promise for a workable solution' to, this tragic \ Service office and at all The I
juvenile problem than the punishment meted out in any Post Offices for the convenience
to please everyone in the performance of such
.. task. court, unless and until we parents can be made codefendants of non.citizens required to report -
a their addresses to the Gov. Happiest -
.
.: Adamucci is, in all probability, the most centrally ernment each January under a t ii In

located of any of the sites considered. It is in close provision of the Immigration and

proximity to the densely populated Orlando area and is Titusville (Florida. ) ,StarAdvocateEstablished Nationality Act of 1952Ahrcns rrO\vn

readily accessible to Cape Kennedy and surrounding said the only non-cltl.

area. lens not required to report their

In looking to, and building for, the future which was ISM 'R'Q..f. addresses are person in diplomatic *
V' .
: a must in this endeavor .'I the /oreslghtedness( exhibit. Published Mondays, I d of status certain, foreign International representatives organizations %

ed by the Board in this selection. to be commended. Wednesdays and Fridays ACTM and persons admitted SAVE WHERE YOUR DO LLAR'S WORK

We, admittedly, favored a Brevard County site and By Titusville Star.Advocate, lie U MiMId EAt temporarily as agricultural laborers AND GROW HARDER

felt that a suitable one could be found that would meet 0 0 BIGGER...
It DOES MAKE: A DIFFER
The Star Advocate Building Q ENCE W1ttRt
the demands but the members who looked YOU sAVE.
apparently' Ahreni stated 'It If hoped -
/O" : ---
85 Main Street, Tituivllle, FU
over these sites did not agree with us. Other counties, that all persons subject to this

we feel sure, thought their sites were superior and should Henry II Hudson, Pres. Mrs Hazel S. Hudson, Vice.Prcs. law will go to the nearest Immi :First JeietralDowntown

have been selected. Robert H Hudson, Secy..Treat. ration. and Naturalization Service $ a\1ing
office or Post Office and fill $
It is our sincere hope that the State Board of Education -
Henry H Hudson Publisher Robert H Hudson, Editor out an address report' form before > nod{ -Lorin
.
which has the final say-so, will endorse the find David Dunn, Advertising Mgr -William G. Lyerly, Circulation MET, the January 31st deadline to sacratlon..of-Tltuyilie.

ings of the Board of Control and locate the university at avoid possible serious penalties" .
Second Class Postage Paid at TltusviUe, Florida .' Office
this site. H* explained that Izrdlau'
persons WASHINGTON AT MAIN RIf>*' Branch
The time ii now at hand for all East Central Florida Subscription Rates: v.: found guilty of a' wilful violation MS ?. COQTJINA1 AVE
Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr. $1.80 8 Mo. $.too 3 Mo $2.23 I would be subject- to a petslbl OPIN f TO 3 DAILT ALSO fTO 7 FRIDAY DIAL
counties to join hands and all acclaim it as "Our SpaceUniversity" A"7.1tl1 _
._ By Mail In Florida 1 Yr. $6.50 6 Mo $3.30 3 Mo. $2.00 fine, ''aU sentence, and deportation CwrenrDlvhtenrf R.t.>- t.mf "" b Semi- PLINTY', FR66. PARKING'
Outside Florida 1 Yr. $$7.50.6 Mo. $4.00.3 Mo. $2.50 3.1 Asmaagy





.

L -.,....l( ,
!
.. ___ ,4'.c



. r. S \ -
- ---- -------- -- ------ -- -- -- -





I 1




January V, 164 T''....".. (Florida' ) SPar-.....",. Page 3p University Women I



Hear Radiation Mrs.Biology Matz"was" the topic -.rI und town I IJ

rfhl'usst'd by Mrs Mati at the .

I",'nthl\' meeting of A\UW at
barbara
Notes /
Nstos And +ix'' I
;ze2e P m January 21. Phone 267.39'4 car Jon

,,, pWft11/ North 8reroard Mrs Mata teaches a course In J i\\
/ -
i I"d..lllon. biology at Titusville
Ilieh School alms at promoting "Spring: is just around the ",lIe gets plenty of lljjht.: and a day' at a banquet In Daytona

.i hotter understanding, of the corner, so we have heard (secondhand wooden( box where she sleeps Beach at the Holiday Inn, The J

-' -.. .-- ,ffcct of radiation on living mat >)> (from a veiy reliable lovingly "wrapped In a woolen charter will be presented by A.
:: --
While chatting with several more than anything'Well Blanch Dow, of Washington
mat rials from the
Lester-Barker LTryYi T :\ Commission and Atomic pointed En. members of St Gabriel's Eplscopal the first day of spring!: Is D.I'. "We 'rt. really quite honored

+ oui (hat duds! taking this Churchwomen at their still several weeks away, but wo tha'! she will be here to da( It". I
luncheon meting last week Mrs certainly hope Myrtle hasn't mistaken said! local .\,A.U W. president
in
ourip
are no danger during
Wedding To Be a thru experiments Charles Enrlght casually made her "warm woolen sock" Mrs Ailene Jetton, of 13 f'ern

Twt, films were shown "Prin- the above remark giving as her and i Mrs Enright "tender loving \ve, -h.irlcrs( are usually prcentid -
: reason for It, Mjrtle: is beginning care" for the first signs; of by state presidents"
of Nuclear
riplca Fission" and .
Held Friday to open her eyes '. spring About ten of Titusville 28 char
Th Magic of the Atoms". The ter members will be attending( the

latter i discrlbed the use of isotopesin This explained It of courser! banquet and are requested' to i
Toni [
a Lovely
Ingram was guestof
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Lesterof modern medical research Although Myrtle has been living meet at the home of Mrs Charles
honor at bridal shower
Z i iL ia ii Mm Matz dissussed I the with the EnrlghU for the past 24 a Bates 613 Indian River Ave at
Titusville announce the engagement Thursday evening in the home of 1 I
'' use of radiation I t i In treatment years she still duesn like cold 4n: p.m Wednesday :
and approaching mar .. of lung cancer, brain tumors weather and so politely sleeps her future husband's parents, Mr
of their L4'r { 1\1 and other diseases. and Mrs. Edward Puff, 213 Cap- I
nage daughter Georgia : A question during the winter Titusville Art Lcagu<"'a building
rtR nj Toni daughter of Mr.and ,
: ron
Ann to Larry Barker, son of ,.. : and answer session followed. Her quiet, unaffected manner next to the Library,, has ac
Mrs Alfred B
1
Ingram
Mr and Mrs J F Barker alsoof Mrs. Lee Branan, state lce- has completely won the hearts of qui"ed another tree, a Silver
Orange Ct, and Johnny Poff planto
Titusville 't president and membership chairman the Enrlghts since they made a Oak In the rear of the building
be married Fob 15 In Central
Miss Lester was (graduated for AAfW was present at place for her In their home many donated by the Ixora dar leu t'ucle

this meeting and spoke to the years ago after. she had gone Baptist Church with Rev D. V !Mrs Randall, Infancy, circle ,

t X group on fellowships She in it. from one relative to another. She MeCalliste-r officiating chairman and Mrs. Dean Brea

r 'q ? kg ed members to attend a tea at was very small then but has Friends of the young couple attending scale, circle city public planting I

nor home In Ocala, In honor of since blossomed into a very the shower were Ruth chairman, were ably assisted in

the recipient of an AAUVV fellowship charming young lady Clcv enjjcr, Connie Clevenger, the planting of the beautiful tree
Anita Mauare, Wanda Strom,
their Dean
currently studying for her by four young sons
i dottorate at the University of Oh, >ou'rc wondering about Nancy Russell, Dnnla, Harris, and Scott Drcasscule, and Stew
.J Florida Myrtle 'beginning; to open hereyes" Patty Drown Jane Allen. Joann ert and Steven Maney

Mr Curtis Wherry announced I forgot to mention Myrtleis Debnar Pat I'trsingor, Sandy

a turtle! A Mississippi Map Purkett Nancy Moitcnsrn, Leila
pi"m for a one day workshop Mrs Lou uowley. 1717 So
knownas Ilixtth, Nathalie Redman, Mrs
turtle to be exact, better
a In parliamentary law, a com Smith Drive1, rc'turnl'trecently/
......
--- -, / .... "the dime stare variety". She A. a Ingram and Mrs Puff The
munitv! project to be held la them from a dellfihtly: monU.'IeBtiun
FAREWELL TOAST Mr and Mrs Ma .sev home on Tudor Lane Twelve 'ar future. The group\ agreedto was a mere two Inches 24 years charming Lynda\ I Puff served as in Mornmgs! l Park, California(

Charles Massey, at right offer a farewell couples were on h'and to bid a fond adieu sponsor a LandscapingSchool ago; and now her shell Is 12 Inches htidleiis' fur the gayU evening visiting with her parents, Mr

toast to their friends and neighbors to the Featherman's: who will be moving/( lecture series as a ways around .end, !Mrs C J. Moore; son Mr
little Pamela Jean Cox travel
Mr and Mrs. Don Featherman at a going-- from the area within the next few weeks. and means project. She really has several homes and Mrs James Rowley and
ed all the to Orlando IlstU'I'k
away dessert bridge party recently in the -Carlson( Photo). Mrs. James Tantz, Cultural Interests within the Enrlght home, a large \ to celebrate way her eighth: grandchildren, Cindy and Diana
Area Representative, an dishpan with water and a Urge On a short trip to La Puentc
birth lay. Pamela, daughter ol
rock; a large glass bowl where California Lou visited with a
Xi Delta Mu Chapter flounced that a creative writing Mr and Mrs. James II. Ceix, of
AAUW To Receive Charter study group will bold its organIzational 230 \V Alley( and seven of her former Titusville resident Mrs,
'. .; BSP Hears Talk meeting Tuesday Jan Schedule Of 4-H, little frlem's! enjoyed adventures :Mickey Ludwig. "We had sucha

About ArchitectureThe uary 28, at her home( 1700 Smith HD Activities In time and space" on the Uncle lovely time talking about TI.tusvilld" -
said Ion "She takes
From National PresidentThe Drive. Walt television show and then
;; .' XI Delta Mu Chapter of Mrs Samuel T Beddlngfleld Week Of Jan 27 monnpoli/cd part of the patio at the Star.Ad\c'ate( and must' read

Beta Sigma Phi met Thursday and !Mrs\ Charles every line because she even told
Mist Georgia Ann L ttr Dates present. McDonald Drivels for a
Titusville branch of the word that It gay
will receive official "
The 4 H and home Demon me things I didn't know,
night at the home of( Mrs. Ethel: ed possibilities for study celebration /
from Titusville School and American Association of Unlver branch recognition from Dr. groups stralion schedule for the week
High Krone Two guests Mrl. Renee the "Milkey seems very happy In
concerning "Bridging Gap
Is now employed at Belk.LmJgey sity Women has Just received Blanch Dow. National Presidentof Ma burgers. f re'nch fries, coke and a
store here. the Association, January 29 in and Mrs. Betty Campbell! from man", topic selected for study the following events: ( !the closeness\' of people here and
delicious: birthday cak which(
Wintery Items Daytona Beach. Yuma, Arizona were present during the next two Tuesday, Jan. 28 9,00 am. especially missed her friends and
years made the trip with them ) while
Mr. Barker was graduatedfrom For Carnival Ball Dr Dow will be !guest: of honorat These women are Exemplar Mrs. Thomas W. Jetton, president to 2:30 p.m., program in Tailor Pamela opened her numerous Beta Sigma Phi'sorority sisters: "

Frederick High School In a dinner given by the Daytona members of Beta Sigma Phi, who reported on the Division ing at the Bievaicl County Agricultural Attending the "traveling Lou also tells us Mickey would

Frederick, Oklahoma and also Glittering, shining, snowy doc Beach Branch at the Holiday Inn have recently moved to our area*, Board Meeting of AAUW which Center, 1129: West t King gifts birthday party" were Pamela's like to hear from her Titusville

attended Norman College Pre. orations are how you would des at 6:30( p.m. Plans were made for a card she attended In Orlando at the Street, Cocoa; 9:4:43 a,m. Indian brother David, Cheryl Taylor, friends and not Just at Christ.

paratory School In Moultrie, Ga. cribs the wintery items (for the Mrs Thomas W. Jetton, President party which will be sponsoredby Cherry Plaza Hotel January IT River City Home DemonstrationClub Paulette Baldwin, Patsy Jones! mas lime". Her acldiess Is 1484

He is also employed at the Bclk Winter Carnival Ball being held of the Titusville Branch, the chapter on Feb. IT at the and 18Mrs meets at the Community Dotmie Deacons, Sherjl Naylor, Tamar_._ Drive. LaPwnte, Calif

Lindsey store here. Feb 1, at the yacht basin. has announced that many mem home of Mn. Louise Siandrett, building; 1:30: p.m., Scottsmoor Tina Houck, Roseann Taylor, -- --- -
William Clark and Mrs!
bers of the new branch plan to 4273 Beverly, South Lake Village,
The committee headed by Mrs Homo Demonstration Club Mrs Ralph Taylor anil, Mrs, Cox, WHISPERING HILLSCOUNTRY
The wedding will be held at attend the charter presentation Names were suggested for Wherry were co hostesses for the .
Peter Gaemcke, and Mrs. James meets at the Edward Rost resldence
7:30: p.m. Friday at the Mims ceremony, and encourages those judges to select the Valentine ml'etlng.In.! Carmen Tucker CLUB
Davidson! have been .
working'magic' The local chapter of American
Methodist Church. Relatives and 'who> have not bet-rj contacted to Queen at the upcoming Sweetheart and Mrs James H Cochranewere CATERS TO BANQUETS
with cotton, toothpicks, Friday, Jan. 31 Program in Association of University Women
friends are InvitedSpaceport Ball to be held guests; Meitnc'rs'' attend.
plan also to attend, and to call at the Ram
snow, and glitter creating the Tailoring at the Agricultural will receive/ its charter Wedncs OF ALL KINDS
her for reservations and trans. aca: Inn on February 8, 1964 Ing the meeting were:
winter wonderland. The fabulous Center, Cocoa, 9:00: a.in. to 2:30:
Each Is !Mrs Bates, !Mrs Beddingfield,
GOP'sTo decorations are being createdby portation arrangements no later! chapter responsible by a"S'oeetheart" -
at this annual af Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Lawrence E p m
than today, January 27.
: Mrs. Albert Williams, Mrs
Meet TonightAll James Kubasko, Mrs John Dol fair which Is sponsored by the D'hmlowfrs.! Henry C Ford, LEARN EARN !

interested In. its, Mrs. Jerome Fernstein, Mrs Returns To Tri City Council of Beta Sigma Miss Janice Hicks, Mrs. Jetton, President, Rocklulgc, vlnltcd the
are GermanySgt.
persons Phi The Queen will be chosen Mrs. Lantz, !Mrs Lewis E. Nail, Secretarial Courses
\'\ to ,attend the Spaceport John Jones, Mrs Richard Ruffe, Auxiliary representing the Mill-
Young Republican meeting tonight :Mrs Edward Wright Mrs. N A. t. Leonard Simmons of 21st :rom these "Sweethearts and Mrs N. P PaglUlonga. Mrs tary Order of the Cootie Wo Speedwriting, Shorthand
will be announced at the dance. David M Charles
Porter, !Mrs
January 27, at 8 p.m. at Roeder, Mrs. LeRoy Jones, Mrs Evacuation Hospital, Augsburgh, Proceeds from this dance will go T. Rhodes, Mrs Sylvester Rose, men's Auxiliary. She planed Classes Now Forming! ?
Dean Ereasseale and Mrs Don. Germany who spent 40 days the purpose of tho organization
the First Federal Savings and to the Heart Fund, Tickets
Mrs Ned Rust Mrs. J. C.
may Talley,
Loan Aisociation aid Thompson here with his wife and three which Is hospital work, and in HOWELL'SBUSINESS
be purchased from any Beta Mrs. O B. Treadway, and Mrs
,
children, left Jetliner the Titus
The Winter Carnival Bali Is the Saturday by wiled the members of
Sigma Phi in Titusville Cocoa
Ben Lewis) will discuss the Titusville Junior Woman's Club from New York for the 8'/4-' of (Cocoa Death, \\herry yule Auxiliary to Join. COLLEGE

foals of Project M.O.R.E. (More main' project for the year and all hour return flight. He is the The next work session will beheld

Organized Republican Effort). proceeds go to the Civic Center brother of Mrs. Hazel Schohl Paul Krone, architect with the VFW Auxiliary Thursday, Jan. 30 at 11 a.min 1528 $. Washington! 2S7-1I61

Refreshments will be served. Building Fund. und Mrs. Dottie JCkth! i School Board, was guest speak In Work SessionThe tho home of Mrs. Crlbbins .. -. .
I --- -- -- -
-
--- --- -
--- ------ -
or! for the evening lie narrated! --

a very informative movie about members of the Tltusville

architecture (from ancient times Auxiliary 4228, Veterans of for

Now At WaltwoocTsattractive to the present dal.- A group ells clan Wars met Thursday, January Wattwood's Seasonal Closeouts
cusslon held after
was the movie 23 at 11 a.m. for a work
and Mr! Krone various
answered session at the home of Mrs Edw
questions for the members. The Cribblns, Auxiliary hospital chairman


..I.I.Ii--: : :' Me.rent Ionise February Ida meeting Flynn Scandrett 6th at will will the present be home where held of a Mrs.Mr pro on. Ing patients.on The comfort In the day hospitals.was articles spent for work the v 'N We Do MeanCLOSEOUTS


=- After a luncheon at 1 p.m, Mrs.
gram about "Civic Responsibilities
,
Vaughn Gilbert, president, con
ducted the regular business which
Members present were: Mrs included the
l2t announcement of the
Peggy Lthtio, Mrs. Jane Lanarls. !
District 8 Dept of Fla Vetereass
Mrs. Nelda Flynn Mrs Oneta
( of( foreign Wars meeting on
t Leulwyler, Mrs Shirley White,
fflfl Sunday f'eh 16 at Orange V.FW
and the hostess, Mn Krone
Pobt 2193* Orlando( '
Mrs W W. James Sr., Auxili i w NO FOOL I" !

Late Fall-Drcssy-Wmtcr With Strategic Air ary Americanism Chairman, ask

Command unit In id! all member to attend the

meeting scheduled Monday, Feb. 200 LOVELY
Newfoundland
21. at the American Legion Home "

Staff ta hear Art Tolls, T.IIS, teacher
Sergeant (Howard E. Loge
DRESSES gins vt Eccles, W Va., has arrived speak/ on Americanism versus

I Newfoundland at Ernest: for Harmon duty with AFB a, Communism film. and view the new / SWEATER values

Strategic Air Commani unit. It was decided, since the Post d

;, Sergeant Logins, an inventory and Auxiliary are so busy at the it1'Fi41'

t Values to 10:95 Values to 15.95 supervisor' wu formerly assigned present time organizing the new

at McCoy AFB, FU. Post )Home that the drawing 9'.s-- HALF PRICEFAMOUS

The sergeant: ion of( Mr. and/ on the coffee and tea server ;

Mn f A. W fagging of Ecclcs, is should be held In March at the
$700 $900
a graduate of Trap Hill High, grand opening of the home CATALINA fc BOBBY BROOKS BRANDS

School, Surveyor, W. Va Hit The Post Home li now opento Formerly 6.95 to 14.9S Now 3.50 7.50

wife Bennie Jo, Is. the daughterof the members from 5 p,m. on

Mr and Mn P. nnle Lee of every day. (
WOOL SLACKS
I Wool
a Hll Main St.. Tiluivllle/ Mrs Nolllt Taylor. Post Dist 8 & Cotton
Values to 19.95 Values to 29 95 SKIRTS sad SHORTSThll

merchandise MUST go Ugh Weight

1. DOUBLE SPECIAL! Ivs to make spring room dresser for fresh and attract that $5.95 Formerly 10 SI2.9S Sl.95 Formerly to 112.98

i ; $1100 $1500t Calalina snappy, zestful and Welfaon Bobble Brooks Sportswear : NOW NOW


FREE FACIAL BY OUR&L'OREAL MAKE-UP TECHNICIAN DEMONSTRATIONS swim suits- and- famous now arriving Catalina at 25010 I 650 250 1u f 6S0


t Nationally)} Advertised Lines Sixes S to IS, 10 to 20. Wednesday Only Jan. 29th

t 12 Yt to 22)i. AU Salts Cash and Final. i

i : Reg. 17.50 CREME $1 *> Cfl WattwoodsWallwo.od

..
Wattwood ;]) Shop i iI ii OIL PERM WAVE . al.Jre Sy o

(I II ,.eJJ F.b. 4. 5, 6 Only

i RAYMOND'S BEAUTY LOUNGE "?'Ind moat jul'ty'our3f; fo Dollar AlWAYS"N
I the moat/ for your dill dollar ./I1/f'Il/ !isr MS S. Washington Av.. .,' TlTUfVlUt E fSOKiiMAA W.-**!*] t
Jtt S. Washington" An. DOWNTOWN TITUSVILLE' 2(7.UK Indian River Plaxa Call 267-3188 for appointment /

I FREE PARKING
"""I
I iw

l :t 'e'I...14''r':

j



i
J.Monday \
- -- ...... _--------- -- ------ ... ...,..__. ...______ __. ,



--- -- ----- --
.









Page 4 THvivllle (Florida) Star Advocate Monday, January 27'ltM

;RecreationSite I ;F ";


Star-Advocate SportsNEWS J

,

Drive 1 I

AND VIEWS -cAA'r1rY" I II ,

.
TQ
Fast PacedA I o I

". '1.----r;: .," "1 Notice a change? We sure did.

'. !.;.I i After all these years of writing column-we decided
fast.paced campaign to build -. .. lo get a new heading COUPON TUB. & WED SPECIALS
more than 60 public recreation t "h..st. : r -

sites throughout a dozen countiesof '(,' Just a word of thanks to Stevenson, who had the COUPOM 1
central and southern Florida ; privilege, of working about five hours or *o, trying to make ,
had a humble beginning Just two .. .' : .me look presentable to the -public ,The column ,picture a

years ago this month. Wavers me, but it really does 'more flattering. SPRAY PAIN!

R R, (Jack) Homer of Palm y Out on the Island there are any number t>f ditches, "
Beach recalls that the first meet. ponds, lakes, that we have just never :got-around fish in'. fogy lWoyReg.
in of the Palm Beach.Eroward But the other day we decided to do something about oneHf Iii 48c Spay n

Counties Recreational Develop f the prettiest little ditches out there. To get to it, you Point-Black'. w
ment Committee was called in to out along the mosquito control ditches to the north until White #t.dSllverLMM14

January 1962 at West Palm \ come to the second wooden bridge. Turn: :right at that JNIIh C.ca.n ?hru'W'd.. 1, 11rOUPON I

Reach 10u and drive around that road to the-east,until you see

Homer vice chairman of the that cuts off the main ditch and goes straight east

Governing Board of the Central a half a mile or so When we got to it.(Woodie:Humer
and Southern Florida Flood Control t lit and I each had aluminum boats) we found that it was flowIn I

District, created the committee pretty good into the main ditch, and the water was ,real TOILET TISSUE
to advise the FCD on clear. Altogether it looked liked the kind ''of a place -that

ways and means to provide more would be plumb full of) hungry Bass. Onlyiit wasn't! deg, tie f.dd '
and hotter public recreation for +
We till I -we'd a ?Soh Soatk.m ( glna
the two counties rowed up that thing figgered gone 10'For
about a mile and a half past AlA, and we.never did see even pahh '
Robert Kleiser of West Palm 1
one little skinny minner The only thing we saw that even :, .
Beach, chairman of the group sat Lima a with oa.w1 The.w _
acted like a fish was a little divin' bird that swam :right
down with Homer this week and
reviewed accomplishments of under our boats. That ditch finally got so narrow:, and so

the past 24 months. These in full of cat-tails and stuff that' we just plain gave up. We COU d .
chide ra. "( Y ,l4 e.Aw. both had an idea that it must run out of a lake or a pondup
'that way but if it does, we couldn't'find it'! I s pose LUSTRE /
((1)) The opening of seven new
public recreation sites In Palm the only thing we can do is to get an aerial map'of the place CREME SII Vt Y

Beach and Eroward Counties ", and check it out that way.
.. ,..
making a total of 15 available to .\.!. '\ ........2'xr.t.t.. V -Y TIU.5:: .i\.1I.e: .. ,./ About the only thihg that turned'out right that day Reg. $2.00 Jar L 'Clj.

the public in FeD Canals and RELEASES TURKEY Marvin DeFoor, ground are Glen Overstreet, local wildlife was the weather. The sun came out bright and warm, the Famous LustreCrem / l

Conservation Arcai Management Specialist for Farmton Man officer, and Joe Pierce, Area Supervisor scenery was beautiful. There were tall pines with big old Sham aI

((2)) The formation of other clt agement Area, releases one of several for the State Game and Fresh Water Fish cranes standm' high up in them, like.sentinels. And there Limn I With OOUM n Thru tv.d Ja1CO
bens committees which are ad. gobbler turkeys into the management Commission. (S-A Photo.) were all kinds of white cranes, and other birds that you I
vising the FCD on recreation area near Osteen. Standing in back. seldom see anywhere else. So, I wouldn't say that the trip

needs In Orange: Brevard, Indian was o total loss, but it sure was a loss as far as'fishin' was bPAPS
River, Osceola, Martin, St. Lucle, concerned:
Okecchobce, Lee, Hendcy and
Glades Counties The Palm 'Like I said, we just plain gave up and went back to 1E1

E.ach.Broward croup has given Wildlife Men Release that second wooden bridge and put the boats in that :big .e /

much advice and guidance to the pond there on the south and east. Woodie caught one small BALL'PENReg.18e

other groups. Bass there; and I caught one small one. Woodieihad) sever 'PaperMote'Ball'Pen- C

((3)) Minimum underclcarance al good hits on top water plugs, but nothin worth l fceepin.
of six feet (above normal water Woodie kept sayin' he wished ''he'd Ibrougbt his kicker
levels In canals) established by and before the day was over I was OM 8hln' the same Limit a With C.u..n Tha.W'd. r0.,

the FCD as policy for all future Turkeys In Farmfon AreaLocal thing. That rowin' runs into work real fast, especially if a

bridges wherever possible. This feller don't do much of it. Maybe' UPLAYflNG'CtARDS

was a committee recommend .at fmdm' that pond some day, but Til >bet owe find an easier ?

ation. way to get to it than by rowin'.
and regional wildlife officers turkeys based on the amount of been released In the Tomoka
of there's the Island :that I
44)) Recommendations for imp Speakin' ponds, one on ,
(ovement of more than a dozen yesterday released a num- l land and population and also the area. Pierce continued. sure wish I could get to. I've seen It from'the top of my

recreation sites in Palm Beach ber of turkeys into Farmton eountof birds ,caught. The birds were weighed ,and truck, but the ditch that runs'out of it is so full of weeds IPLASTI
1ID .
add Broward Counties, with plans game management area near According to Joe Pierce, Area tagged, before transporting to and cat-tails that only en air-boat could get to it in less ( TO c

now being made for such 1m- the camp: headquarters at O- ,Supervisor for the department, Farmton than a half a day or so. Reg. 8cSterdvst
Vcovement ,at several locations. ateen. catching the birds .U,not an easy Upon arrival in cardboard rend

itere sod some'specJfjcB. cited Game Management Specialist task. It takes several weeks, and boxes, the birds were releasedon One of the most amazin',things about those ponds out 1Jwlt a Wllhe.sies;Tr.w.d. 1rePON
by John Stretch, staff recreation Marvin DcHoor of DeLand was some times longer to get enough the ground. '\ there on the Island is the way they.clear.,.up from time to I
director for the FCD: one of several state Game sect birds to scatter around the state. time. Mostly they are so well.stirred up that you can't see
*. A concession site, offering Fresh Water Fish Commission officers The procedure used to catch the "Probably the most successful down more than a foot or so in them.
procedure for releasing the birdsIs
rental of boat and motors, tale who caught the birds in birds sounds somewhat obsolete .
by air," Pierce: said. Especially in the winter, the"grass seems to die and
of bait and tackle,,etc. was open. nets and transported them to although, it works.
sink to the bottom and the water so clear that justwouldn't
"Usually, a plane files over the gets you
cij In 196? by Joseph "Reese near Farmton from Johnston. First, a huge net is laid acrosa'the BABY PANTSNEEDLE'BOOK
believe it. That is one time when need
cleared area at about -50-100 feet you every
the Palm Beach 'ground and food Is
Broward County placedn
During the past season, Farm- and they are In the air advantage you can get from your :tackle. You really need
tide, west of State Road 7, along one end of the net.
ton officials estimated 58
around that will let make the longest possible casts, 'cause .
nestle
Jhllsboro Canal The filling and "Power charges are placed on "This way, there is no chanceof gear you AIg,19
grading of this tile, and its open. turkeys were area,killed and the in the additionof management one end, and as the birds walk 'over handling' the birds. If them doggoned bass can'see ieller a long ways off-and Caton, h, 4\For\ 47c
they sure spook
log were speeded! by recommend/ these U merely a restocking onto the net. the charges are ex these birds have to sit overnightIn easy. E

abons of the two.county committee program which ia carried on ploded end the net flea In the a captured area, chances are Dave Dunn was tellin' me ,that,he put his little boat ( U mS 4 Wit''. awn Thru w sn/ Sir

each year. air and down onto the birds," they will die Releasing by air Jn one of the ponds we have fished a lot, and even thoughi

"Similiariy a concession site, Each management area in Pierce said.Already only takes a few hours,'and the t water is high, he could still see the bottom in water

on a temporary basis, was opened Florida is given a number of this year birds have birds are seldom injured in flight that he just never could'see into before. On the other hand,
aBout J-V4 miles north of Andy. I lif there are mullet or catfish in place, like that, the chancesare '

town, along U. S. Highway 27, asa committee urging. good that it never will get real clear. The fish keep

: result of committee recom .* A new site Is; planned at Mixed Scramble Golf Winners the bottom churned up all the time, and the :mud never
moiidations. The State Road Department !Monet' Road and t the Florida does settle out of it.

: provided fill for the Turnpike In Palm Beach County; Burl Crabtree of the Whisper- Jim Munnls, Rog Dooley,. Zelda The only place I've heard of be In' any good at all, Reg. lOc Pock .of 70 C
site, east of the highway, and the na\lgation featuras (such as lag Kills Golf and Country Club Cutter, Dot Dooley. lately, is the big group of pits north of 402, about 5 miles out Gold Eye ,Needles. i

CD: Issued a permit to Pinkney locks sndlerJifta'bave) 'been advocated announced the following winners Second Place Team 88 of town. One man,got 8 nice bass out there (on worms, of Free ThreotJe

,Johnson of Fort Lauderdale to for the West Palm of the Mixed Scramble held Sun- Dick Spaiigler, Ronnie Lakin, course) and another feller got .3. One thing that probably tlm< I With eUMi Thru W<4. I/a
.sell bait, rent boats and motors, Beach Canal; improvements to day, Jan. 26th: Joan Dudney, R. McKinney. made it possible for them to catch fish when we couldn'tis

etc.as! the public recreation,.Area are First Place Team with 67 Third Place Team 69 the fact that there are mullet in those ponds, and if the
A new recreation site will replace likewise urged .(rind planned) Gus Faulk. Shirley Spangler, bass will ever hit, they'll hit ,there because they can't seea COUPON ._._. -- IIJ
. ] this one along .U. S. 27 near Twenty Mile Bend in Palm
fisherman well. "
Dchmlow Elaine DII- so
' Chess Larry and I STATIONERYS
The Florida Came and Fresh Beach County. TourncySet :I
hmlow. '
KWater Fish Commission I U now! 'These of the For 3rd I Personal
are only a few February
accomplishments
making final plans for.it in line and plans of the Part of the proceeds of the ? I ,Rainbow PackageReg.

witii (committee and FCD .recommendation Palm Beach.Broward County The Brevard Chess Club will match will go toward the redecorating I Hearing 1.00 '
*. hold its annual spring tournament of the golfer's lounge ONOIONE Security iNlana I I
group Dr. G. Mack Davis, Fort Mix it or RaillbOW'Pk9"3'
** Two other sites Club next to the Pro shop as specified
arc underdevelopment Lauderdale dentist and well for the Championship, starting p.. Ak la 0:* WI.. s a
or are planned by known sportsman Is Vice Chair February 3. The event will bea at the last meetings of the Men's IN 'aew.s..f Pastel :

the Game Commission and the man of the Committee six round Swiss, one round perweek. and Women's Golf .Associations Ml M.(..1U Orl .J. Or6aa.4/1.115 l Limit iWiM'e..mrww' .,a m [|j
FCD: One west of Pompano The Qpen and Class "B" I $1207 N. Mills, Orlando, GA 3-fllW RSKHEEffiaiPiSia
.
No armchair the 20 odd NEW SMYRNA BUILDERS"SUPPLY
leach) on 'Cypress Canal, the members spend group much( of their winners Avill meet R. Jarnagin I Ci; '..Rug-ft.Drapory Service COUPONKLEENEX
other west of Fort CO. HIGHEST( .
Launderdale and Connolly of Cocoa for the QUALITY Wall to Wall Rugs Installation,
.
!fear FCD pumping station 9, just spore time hunting and fishing respective,trophies. Books wllle Lumber & Building Materials DEPENDABLE SERVICE: Rapalri, Banding, Serging
west of U. S. 27. and tours of the Everglades recreation awarded for all plus scores. Entry "Everything for the Builder" I TERRAZZO FLOORS Rubbor Cork VinylAsphalt Ts 5
.* areas are a regular feature Til
A ,
new boat was builton deadline Is 27 For
ramp January OWENS
o Dlxla Freeway at Canal St.
of committee work with I 504 Downing, "Now Sinyrna'BeechPhone
Hungryland( Slough Canal (C- transportation provided further details, contact R. C New Smyrna Batch TERRAZZO, INC. *M-2aU Reg. 43c :Box elf
(9) near Jupiter! by Palm BeachCounty by Cole, 638.7762, JUcClendon, 287373C. Call Collect 428-7021 I .
Call New Beach CollectGA t
, trucks, Jeeps, .airboats and Smyrna 600 Wkite or 29c.
Commission and the FCD, ,. E. V. Irvin. 7Z3-4S29; or I 8.9051
swamp buggies
as a rosult of committee recommendations C. W Lang, 6369233. THE FLORID A J3HAVEHSERVICE .j Colored
Next) meeting! of the two\ .county The dub meats evenings in .,.. ..
c.
.. LOANS J501.1600On Limit I with Thru JMM IitnBWR
[;]
group will be at 1:30: .m. Jan I II
; Airboat and swamp buggy: p Melbourne, at the Tourist Club CHARLES SLADE III All Make Electric Shavor, Service >
tamps were provided by the FCD nary 29 at headquarters of the on Mondays: and In'Cocoa at the Factery.Tralfttd Persennel'
crn levees at the northern and FCD In West Palm Beach The Shuffleboard pourtj on Thurs Signature, Furniture, Auto, RARE COINS Part In Stock-Same Day Service : COUPONwiiwir1:
Western public is invited to attend 170 Y.ar. parlance
' sides of ConservationAreas days. Real Estate, Beats w. Buy and Pay Mere
ItS Orange-Ortende: GA 3 IMS
2 and 3, to help hunters in I Largest Stock of Calm Around
.reaching prime deer.hunting ) i US No. Orange Orlando Fie. ORLANDO FOAMJPRODUCTS.TNC.
!areas. in season a result ofBadcock's ; .
I NOW FOR EVERY HOUSE Plastic. Foam Foam, Rubber
I liASINGISMAlL IaTitunlll. FURNISHING NEED Cut toSlie -.Custom. ..Sewing '|Quality Br nd 22
a ]'
; MATHER'S Casual Furniture AluntintlmiFoilLLwne

of NEW SMYRNACall 'X04 S. Ora", ,/Or'',,,,,,,"GA'22731 &
Cw_'Y.. S/ea
Collect 421-41)1 liaS H. Oreoga,.0rlandeOA' : 4-71 ttiMfltema ; = l

Are Moving To A ....w Smyrna 8e.c"The ffi .
368
'
Lane
NEW LOCATIONOn South FlorMa _
SHOPPING
CENTERLOCATED OF ORLANDO
Or About Waakingtou 'M7-4331 Most template Display ref CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOSTCOMPLETE

FEB. 1st. 1964 Office Equipment and MATERNITY SHOPS FILLER PAPER
. PHONE NOW1 Office Supplies In This Ar.a.We .
Oa". a lalviman la rout /Ruin,tM..Betty. ..Prepaiatore
-e CORNER ONE DAY SERVICECash .r.. every da,. a. Arm** At. II.r*.. S-TTJ Reg. .98c '. 330
WATCH FOB OUR HIGHLAND & GARDENINFORMATION Bishop Office E.| ,Ip. C.. IIK.
Count 3 Hole 49
ortloa Fnulpm Co I no. )
, 14 Monthly lane K Colonial Dr Orlarte
Grand ..OpeningANNOUNCEMENT To Vow Peymante OA.Mul ColtMtc Learn Hairstyling Nowl I Punch Notebook>> Papor
MWH
. fOi WOODY'S1tatrttylleg I Lhaie 1 VHk, C* Mit Thru W* 1/M. .
$150.00 $ 8.119'300.QO THE PET SHOP IMtftuM -II) IJ]
' At Our New Location PHONE I -
IOU N. Mills
267-1223-267-1963-
17.79 "Everything For Your ,.,"
21 East Main St. .Orlando 42S4600 .r wc "'eMM SMut DII
. MGR 267-3526 450.00 r I 26.23 Fancy Collar Leeihee Toyt "

,Seme Block' as Pest Office 680.00 34.39: -Budge, fish, fvpfrtee. -$m..Hee7t I ROLLS, !;
-N.-Oral) **, Criendo, 1tA i-1fU 4M MOM alt 1f1e IloriiewM
Office.



_
c
-- -- -
- -
-
-- -

I I ,






,
Monday, January' '1164' TlfusvllU (Florid.) Stay-Advocate '.,* S


1Zatn6/m Speed Is The :

.
iiTSiiX I .


wan ; Thing AI DB IF ,



I II I The fastest racing-machinesIn car will go right: back on Sim

II I the world, and the champions day,. Feb 10 in the. 2000' kilwn<4cr -
I mt lk4 who drive and ride them, go Into
( Daytona Continental' over -
notion at Daytona International ,
'RaiIRI Terrier Cagers Lose Speedway next weekend In the' thr l'l'tinenlat i ursp The Con*

I 1241 miles length,
We're going to quit playing golf and go back to tiddly- 23-day long annual Speed in
"
winks. Week starts at 10 a i m md will requlrd!,
some 13 hours,. to
run.
My game keeps improving, but after what happened Beginning on Saturday, Fob
this weekend, it's all' over but the shouting. I, with the USMC's world The Continental carries

Since we took up the game a few weeks ago, our To Lions And HornetsTitusville championship motorcycle race, high points tow.ird the coveted

scores; have ranged'generally in the low CO's, but' Saturday the Speedway will whine and''' imnufjrturers' world champww

we managed: to, shoot 57 for nine holes roar with the sound of super* ship, and a scoreof the rar.4tini..

.:What is making us quit performing motors until the (drivers of the world, both A"

"After we had'played our usual nine holes, Dick Crab-; High Terriers drop. running of tile world fastest! rfiwltnn and European wilt'

tree came walking by with a great big grin on his face. You pod a pair of low scoring games rare, the Daylona 500," on fight it out in this demanding

know the type grin, makes you wonder what: he's been up over the week-end, losing to Sunday Feb 23, brings Speed test t of speed nnd stamina *

to. '1JUI le" Oviedo 34-39 on the EE Er E- W<'*k to .i lose, !.
He asked us how we came out and I proudly said, local court Friday night and The-" weekend of Fcb 22 amj
"Shot n 57." traveling to Orlando Saturday to Between these two (htothnteen 23' Is likely to shatter all at'Itndance

We talked for a white and then I asked him what was be- edged! by Bishop Moore 38-:34in major. events eight of marks at the Speed*

his score for nine holes; overtimeAs them fell mternnlliinnH! will be way.: A 2')0mile NASCAR

He promptly answered" "47." far as the Friday night contested over the" Speedway mcxllCld- portman race Is sctw

Dick is a fine golfer In face, anyone who can play in game is concerned, Coach Art I ti'I proper and its combiner! track misled( for the 22nd( and th*;
the medium range 40's is considered by me a a good performer lolis said They were little and rH and rood course. Hundreds ol "
But, this time, Crabtree had accomplished something didr.'t hit from the field as well I thousand. of spectators will 500" on the 23rd. More that
as we did but they simply out ; .. t. 11 < ', ,000 persons paid! to see this;
,
He made the 47 score for nine holes with only one trapped, und out-hustled us, '" .. i.J I II a.. million eMUr In rash swards tock cnr classic last year, anfincie .
I iLlr
arm. lUhmg; us olf guard often H handed out And, if the post! Is than 801)00) are expected( ?

Before Christmas, Crabtree broke his wrist while "Our field goal percentagewas I ,i .:' ,. ::," .: ,: ,J. a true !indication! scores of re mom next month.that Experts Glenn are"Fireball"unaniJ*

practicing with the Titusville Jaycees for the Charity Bowl better than Oviedo, but I ...... 0'10 I' t ....'. .... "." : '" torch broktn Robetts' mark of 152129 MPIC

football game. His arm was still in a cast and Immovable. for the first time this year, we .:1.: .... \f n ;. ,i. ". .... <11I1: ;" At least four vvoill! tltlihold. will he shattered and that the<{
.
Somehow, he managed to shoo; with only one arm. had trouble hitting free throws," ... 7.-'. : It ,: '(' *.q to I ,n J.. a I han ,. ors will compile( fur the j/ulel: I find winner will average better than

he pointed out J. ." .1. ":" .F .t. I&A"iIl''>'l .,Ii.-Q.. glory: of "Spot'd WirKi" Jim 1 160 MI'H! fr
.1..1 J.
nJ .
The Lions took a 13.11 lead by _. .... : .. _._ J. __ .. __ .. Clark: of Scotland i < automobile )

the end of the first quarter and ENEMY IN CAMP Titusville High had Oviedo in '53:} and '56 and thought lives hiving hump, and Hush An- Dick nobson of Titusvllle also:

held a 22.21 margin at halftime. "enemies' in its. camp this past week-end here now, it is only natural his heart is demon, Jim R,dniun nnd the In.I'omparuble plans to enter the Continental. ::

At the end of three periods they in the form of this"* barbershop quartet". still in Oviedo Brother Ken Maltblm; also Mike Hiilwuod: in Hobson) who drives a Scbrine

were ahead 33-2& and neither These four, all' local barbers are also all of Tennessee, Otto Dishman''' of O K. |the| inotoujik events MCA Is rmpkiyeil. ns' nn engine*,

team! could score much in the former' students at Oviedo High School, Barbershop and Arnold Wainwright, Clack, winner of a record seven er
final period and two of them have played against and Wainwright works at Bill James' Barber Grand Prix rnics, in 1963,

Cjfr t The Terriers hit 15 of 42 beaten Titusville in basketball before shop in the IRC area, and hI
field goals( but only four out of Needless to say, they were in Titusville from '59 thru '62 They came away from in the 200.mile! American Chnl

r r 12 free throws The Lions hit 12 Friday night: "rootin against: the Teethe basketball game: Friday well pleased Il'nlll' Cup for sports, GT and

of 46 field goal chances but hit nets as they dropped a game to Oviedo with the 39-34 "hex" Oviedo coach Paul prototype cars on Saturday, Feb ..

on 15 of 17 free throws Left to right, Keith Malcolm, of Tennes Miller put on the local five (S-A 13: over, the 3.81.mile track and

4 4 I ,It was just one of those see's Barbershop This tall one played for Photo) rural I couisc. He will be opposed

nights We worked all week by driver of his own statue and r' 'avita"d4

defensing against Ovicdo fast inch makes as I'm si he*, Mas

11 rt break and we had it down pat. crilii, Aston Martins. Jaguars;: ,
They used the racehorse styleof Scarabs, Ford Cobras, Ferraris, "A road her Ise| a" mart' who-
SchooICouniySa'gnRecreation
t. ball only a few minutes in the and Chappuiali meet" you more than hair

first quarter. Guess we should Many of tie Challenge Cup way.
have worked scoring
on
more -- ---- -- -
---------------
ourselves," Tulis commented.

Larry Jarrell had 14 pouts, Pact I CAR
Maury Roberts nine, Paul Mat.
LOCAL ESCORT... Attorney General Robert F. Ken- thews four. Bob Compaiato five
nedy (right) is escorted First Class Charles
by Sergeant t and Tim Barrowman two OWNERS. ..
Wilson whose wife Mary, lives at 638 Pegram St., Peters- the County Commissioners have!' commission, and explained the !'rumework) of mort extensive organizations .

burg; Va:, during Kennedy's visit to Korea, Jan. 19; During Moore Saturday Hornets night trailed most Bishop of tentatively approved an agreeinent agreement, a joint venture h4twecm '* dedicated" to the pub \ YOU AND 7 '
tus Far Eastern tour the..attorney general visited. between the commission lie's .welfare!
the but tied it with the twonfficlil In
game, up groups
'
Army unit MaUonedMn 'Korea While
with
major the
won and the school board concerning The seven page document" v
seconds to go and In over- playground' swimming I
7th Infantry Division, he inspected Sergeant Wilson'smess.hall mutual participation in summer using spells out conditions under which YOUR CAR
time 3836.With
and chatted with servicemen. Wilson, a mess ( recreation programs in the pools, equipment and olhl'l".clTnol'''
steward in Headquarter: .Company, 1st Battalion in thedivisions 30 seconds left the Terriers county. equipment' for summer recre- certain facilities may lie used,
held a 34-32 margin and extent':' of liability and posnihili ARE
31st Infantry. entered the Army in 1940 He The greement was written- by ation'' programs
had'the' ball But the Hornets tics of terminating the agreement
was last stationed at Fort Lee, Va., and arrived over-
Stevl'ns--salcl I such an agreement -
Art Lloyd of Cocoa chairman of
should it fall! short of ex
this tour of in 1963; The to! the ball away and scored to
seas on duty July sergeant, son the county recreation board has been needed for fouror pert alion. INVITED TO
of' Mrs. Edna Wilson 915 First Titusville attended tie it up.Bi.hcp .
ave, .
Vice chairman Clyde Stevens, five years' and that t lie( proposition
Gibson' School here. US. Photo. Moore raced into a 38
High ( Army )
principal of Cocoa High School put before the County.
'
lead the overtime ATTEND
34 early in Dr. Howe' Named
submitted tho agreement to the Commission represented the
period and Comparato hit one
Local Coordinator
for the Terriers just before the

I Bowling NewsClassic final hornTituiville. led 9.7 at the end of Three Parkway Junior High Cage Optometry Dr. George R. Congress Howo of Titus- OUR

the first period and held the

Hornets scoreless in the second Teams Defeat Eau Gallie Central' villa 'has coordinator. been appointed for the attendance local. FREE SERVICE CLINICJAN.

Shirt; 583. quarter for a 13-7 halftime mar
LeagueHigh zonu for the 41st annual Southeastern -
High Team series: Ponds West gin.
All three Parkway Junior Hlgh six points apiece. Ediiratnnit Congress of
individual game; F. ern Auto, 1678. Jarrell had 12 points, Matthews
basketball teams were victorious The 8th graders displayed a Optometry in Atlanta, February 28th 29fh 30th
Thurlow, 235; Bob Huddleston, 10, Roberts and Compaia ,
Splits converted: Glenna Miner, here Saturday night as they de well.balanced attack, running up 2223
five each and Barrowman
225 57, Ethel Pitkethley and Pat Bet- four to feated Central Junior High of an easy 40.17 win over the visitors The local professional man 4 P.M. TO 9" P.M'.
High Individual series: F. Eau Gallie Bryan' !McAshan was high
will with from
nerve key men
lack, 5-61; Nita Sanders, Vicki
Thurlow. 629! ; Bob Huddleston, The 7th grade team won' 1918 scorer with eight; followed by In the
100 other
617. rrammell, Dreams Daniels and sonic areas For three days only we are holding open house in our
in a three-overtime thriller Poff Joe Kyle and'Harvin Clark with
High team game: Budweiser, Helen Langgle, 310; Evelyn VA ProvidingID and Parker were top icorers with six- apiece. rnimLer South( as liaison with committee.the 200- Service! Shop. During this time,.we are inviting you to

908. Amma, 35.10:; Nancy IXSerio, Led' by Linton Cooper, Jody planning; bring your car in for a complete check-up and reporton
in
Motorcades some
High team series:. Little ',Tavern ,210; Glerma Halloran, S.8Mtitrllni. I. elitancd in completing one of Kahn and Milo Elpsviclc, the 9th are planned your car's operating. condition.? This chec-up' will
Cards For arfa'1': 1''j'i ::;> :be conducted by our>jWnl'f4gtyty'' : trained-mechanIcs us-'
graders 41.25. Cooper hid 14 ( |
2594 ... the forms If he needs an emergency won ]!ftacV l< y-ear '
w. I ml inft the, latest electronic ;tinting equipment to assure I
and Kahn and Elswiclc
eight
R. ID card. Private physicians -
F Kirk, 202
200 games: ; thv Congress attracted approxl
n .* B Shirt I;Ltlerin 41' 21 speedy service and accurate results.
Moe, 222; F Thurlow, 202, 235; Hl .t& Motel 40 M Veteran PatientsRufus throughout the State, who apiece mutely 1,200 registrants in Your car will get the most complete inspection it has
Pond WMlern Auto 41" 23 The three teams will meet
C. Woodward, 202; E. Sledel, participate in VA treatment on 1993 Some of the nation foremost .
Firm Mortfaj.' 41'4 2 '4Seeel Clearlake High.: of Cocoa here had since it left the factory and it won't cost you a cent.
214 B. San '. fee basis, are being encouraged
210; R. Robbins, ; Tavern 41 26 lecturers' will appear on
All cars will be scheduled by appointment only, so call
Ocort Barley Hint 41WtI\ :/ 4 Saturday night
217 P. II. Wilson of to assist with this project. .
dusky, 211; B Pasley, ; Juitlce Home a1'"* 2"'4 Manager the 4 day program Latent scicntifia now or come in sign for the FREE ENGINE SER-
225 Lee Southern Room 311''4 2SMaater '. VA Office In addition to being issued the up
Fry, 200; R. Huddleston, "", ... the Regional announced developments In all aspects VICE CLINIC.
Cleaners alts* 80.>S -
211; J. Branum, 221; H. Pelham, T .* 0 Muala' sits 8.14' today that arrangements emergency cards, the patients Seven New Members of.eye care will be report

218; F, Little, 217; K Karberg, Fat Adair Boys Beauty Shop It 211: 16 4O have been made locallyto arE given advice in procuring an Received Into
219; D. Carlson, 202; B Bed- Days Cleaners 24% 41'4 see that uniform Identihca emergency medical Identification .
narehik, 205; G. Koonjlan, 204, J Atlantic. E:. Fvana Plumbing21..OCI.t.. 24% 44 44PltketMey '11 hon cards! are provided for signal device. These devices First BaptistThe WE U$! FAMOUS
cdHONDA Call I For
D. Coleman, 200 .* Ulffelow 8./8. 13 44 veteran patients who Imay require made of durable material,
Joyce Plumbing i:* 44 following new members s
Matth results; Gus Faulk lielton Ponllat 21 47 that certain specific medical and worn as i necklace, ankletor were received into the fellowshipof > ELECTRONICAppointment
information be immediately bracelet This device is
known not

Chevrolet over Virgina Fried First Baptist Church, Sunday, TESTING EQUIPMENT
Chick, 2.1; Breedloves over in the event of an issued by VA but Is recommended January 24
Firestone' 21, Floorco over Cancer Crusade emergency: or accident. to the patients This Is for "World's No,. 1 Cycl." to assure a e ,

T&G Music, 2.1 1: Titusville Tile' The emergency medical identification immediate warning In else of Miss Carol Ann reagan, 212 4 Cycl No OH Mix our phone. line are open dally quick b",,: ;

Terrazzo, over B & E Shirt Let card will include information emergency and includes emer LaGrange Avenue, from the FROM service,
tering, 2.1; Little's Tavern, over Leaders Slate: relating to emergency gency medical information. North Atlanta Baptist Church of
Space Painting Inc, 3.0; Bud. treatment" disabilities' such) a* Wilson stated that although, Atlanta, 0*. 8 A.M to 6 P.M. positive i

wclscr over Titusville Auto Orlando diabetes, drug' hypersensitivity,_ these methods of identificationare Mr * Parts, .2.1: Nova Cabinet Shop MeetingKey epilepsy, heart: conditions, glaucoma not new, they have not been Jr. !SB Hilltop Drive from the customersatisfaction !

over .{ .
Elks and .Magnolia cancelled for volunteer leaders who thorax', hemophilia, colostomyand in information given; nor woody Calif,

rightManilla. wilt participate in the 1964 Educational other disabilities requiring has the public been properly instructed Mr and Mrs. Theo K.: Mitchell r

*! "'.. !.... and Fund-Raisicg' special care. The informationwill to look for and recognize 825 Forst Ro.I.,I Mr. Mitchell .1
Qua Faulk 42 ITUtel Include medications these devices fD) r 1
I.i T.v.rs 4lt 19 Crusades of the American Society regularly from the Cancan Baptist> Chvrth, rlV7mrK.)109HOPKINSL.JWI.I {'
T and (Male, 34 25 to conducted in Brtvard, taken; dangerous allergies, Wilson feels that with nationwide Bessemer, Ala and Mrs Mitchell !:

Vlrtlnl B .* EVfcln' F..hol."L.etteAne'CMctont. S 39. 25 26 Flijler, Indian River, Lake, Orange and immunization dates. American Medical Association from Hunter Street Baptist 9 I -
Hpae,'auxin* I.*. fl Oiceola. Polk, Seminole According to Wilson, Identification VA use, with proper publi-- Church, Birmingham, Ala*';. .., Appll.noee1portho
Tltu.MIU LaOria Til Orocwy I* TVrraiM.say Tl .2a 19Budwvlacr and Volusia Counties, have been cards recommended: by city, the public can be 'educated' Mr and1 Mn Jaelr Smith, 111Einu Models 'Y',. .' ,,. Goods

90 ao tie American Medical Association to recognize Immediately' these Avenue, front Southslde Lawn Oalyde4t
Nova CabliMt ahoy :I&-l: invited to attend' a special con- From $$79fo $$795HAM'S TITUSVILLE'S IUUTUall1 : : .
Magnolia Llqiton 2Sf.. ferertce to be held. Thursday, are being procured by Veteran method of identification. Baptist Church, HunlsvilU, Ala.Breve CA 11 r ,
Plrntan 3* S4BrecdlovM SERVICE CUTER 'carAooee.orle.
Te.aeo >- A '15TUu..Ula February 6, at the Cherry?Plaza Administration activities
Auto Parti 24 M Hotel, in Orlando The throughout the country Wilson I
meeting'will
E Ik 2a n
loorccj M iS be called to order qt '2:00': Hated'' that the St Petersburg '* Lumber Company .

noon, and adjournedat 3:15: p.m. Regional Office' plan for distribution II
Koff.. League of the cards have been READY-MIXEO..IN-TRANSIT CONCRETE CYCLE CENTER !
The month of April has been' completed k
Building' Mafrlal| LwrftW, P'" HH".awa. > Off*A CMAMC '
A ACCOUNT
HigH! individual game: fleas designated as Cancer ,Control I The Regional Office Medical .f MagiMlla Mat, TlrusvllUMTKInrSr.
DeVri ,., 223: Month ry an act of Congress and' and Dental Staff have been WE BUILD ROOF TRUSSESLet ., C.<.aB LOW PRICES EASVT: TERMS ..
High individual series-: Bens 10s proclaimed by the Presidentof instructed to send anr* veteran Us GT! You ALf Estimate .bc.
DeVries.00) t the United' States, and the visiting ths Outpatient Clinic to Prompt Delivery -*) PWw AM. 7-ttftl I MNt d 2 WvMl! .-S.. HI.boM"'f' TOP QUALITY, ;
IDci't team game "B tad E Governor of the State of Florida the Office' Chief Nurse for ..-

;.e

l''

.

: \..
'," '.
.:J""' ':." '.u...s? =. I' ....... .
. .
..." ;........:..10.: .... ;.:: ..::: ., .I,,,, "r'e.Je.twn..wMwwns 'w:..rlaM



a Rf4 ..,. .. .., .

J 'l





f rig I TlrusvllU (Florida)' $tsr-Adv.eafi Monday, January 27,14recreation -

I GOP Wome >


Elect Officers tar' x .



tl r 4 Officer of the GOP Woman's i--
Fund JumpIs I Club elected here last week are: ;

t TI Mrs. Glen Richmond, president
(her third term); Mrs. Wm. M.

Burr, first vice-president} ; Mrs A a
tj I Hulg de Deufd, second vice-

SoughtA president; Mrs Wm. Barnard, ,, A4 Y Vr ,
re-elected secretary; Miss Dolores -

recommendation for further Teague. treasurer; Mrs.
appropriation for the recreation Gertrude Moomaw chaplain;;

department of the city will be Mrs. Lillian Edgerton, historian.It .

made to the council: tomorrow was decided that members
night by City Manager Cleveland of the club would help keep a

Talmadge. Republican headquarter open in
The city manager said that a North Brevard when the time
I budget of 1.18,834: had been prepared comes. DEACONS ORDAINED The first Baptist ond and fourth respectively, from left
for the operation of the Next meeting will be held Feb. Church of Mims ordained two Deacons were ordained while E. V Tier left and
a ai9 in a most impressive dur- Wiley Williams recently elected to
recreation department through 26 at the home of Mrs. Burr ceremony were
the end of the present fiscal year A ing the evening service January 19 serve as active Deacons.

,- Sept. 30.Originally. Gene Gilmore and George Edelston, sec:

appropriated for Mrs. Fossell F .
I recreation was 94,923 of which SCULPTURE EXPLAINED Mrs. R. D. Omicorn Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. from Mims Area Happenings <
there is currently a balance. of Mrs. W G. Mrs. ""
Lyle explained the history and various left are Calloway, Lyle
'
$3.889; left.Talmadge. methods of sculpture: to her sorority listen Mrs. H. T. McNeely and Mrs. Harold Fuller Dies In Ky.

recommends that ,during a recent meeting of the Theta -Carlson( Photo). Miss Gaetano Visits Holy Land ;
$13.065 be appropriated by the Mrs. Edward L. Fossett 36,

council to meet the $16,954 budget of 123 Oaklawn Drive, Frankfort -
and pointed out that thii* an be Poultry Farm Ins jrance Group COUNCILContinued Ky., died unexpectedly at By Gladys McLendon Friday. morning about 2:00 a.m. urday mornings The Auxiliary
done by putting up'' f8ow from 7 p.m Friday at Norton Memorial AM 7-1243 The family was away from l ladies will also quilt for anyone ;'

available surplus and $7,000 ( From Page 1)) Infirmary In Louisville, home. Neighbors waking and wanting quilting done. .A f4
which County Commissioner Gus Are Chartered I Miss Frances Gaetano spent a
Hei
State
re By after suffering a heart attack, seeing the flame coming out the ..
Faullc has agreed to add In line on a portion of the Indian most "Inspiring Christmas Season roof called the Titusville Fire <
Mrs. Fossett had been 111 a *
county funds.The : River (in the vicinity of Florida in the-Holy Land. Having studied Safety Contest tAU
.>Sixteen\ corporations in Brevi ington Avcnut. 'Titusville. Purpose short time Department then the call was
city onl'l..t) week employ very the Bible and reading about contributions la the ,Mlms
rd County were chartered is to develop the life insurance Wonderland. transferred to the Mims depart.
Survivors two daughters,
td:Jack Miller, Haloes City recre are all the events of Jesus' life! It Elementary School Safety Con
during the past week,through the industry ,Subscribers are 'Second reading of an ordinance Lee Waldron and Julia Lynn; mont, Chief Johnson said
ation director, as new Tituivllle was as though one had turned' test must be submitted by Fri-t
Office$ of Secretary of State Tom Russell L. Dixon. Herbert) Mil- it people! from the North City
and her husband Edward, who
,
director and lie, is to, begin next regarding petition by back the pages of time, as she day, Jan. 31st in order to be
Aditma.'i all Lloiits of Titusville to the County
house and Cloyce D. Walden,
is the of Mr and Mrs.
week. Gus D'Emilio to rezone propertyat grandson traveled about many of the: eligible for prizes awarded to
t line would call Mlms Fire
just
t : of Cocoa. northwest corner of Coquina Joshua Waldron formerly of had been. and in each of the aix'grades.
'I.I wo of the IS were listed places] where Jesus boy gills
lot of
;p fxorp .North Brevard County an4 Capron from R-i to R-3 to 209 Brown Ave., Titusville. She attended Church Christ. Department first a pre .
dour time would be saved.
Jess ParrishHospilallist!$ permit multiple dwellings. inas Eve at the Church of Nativity Judges for the contest are
BJC Phone AM is
I "Mlms Inc. Schedules 1-0268. some one
Poultry Ranch Second reading of an ordinance Interior Decorator built over the place where, the Mrs. Alice Mattcrson, of thoTitusvillc >
Route 2 Box authorized near: phone at all times.
194 Mimi
regarding petition Jjy Tom Jesus was born ao many years Art League; Gus,
't stock 100 sharer common Classes For Yoder to rezone property on' Addressing WomenAt ago. She was on Shepherd'sFields Auxiliary Meets Faulk County Commissioner!
ho par value filed Jan. 21, from B Meeting TodayThe Mint's Fireman's and Vice
Carpenter Road Au, to_ -I where the Angel appeared, Auxiliary A. D Schmidlkofer
.. Admissions( and 'dismissals at dealing In poultry business. In- to allow a grocery story to tell the shepherds of the had i4 members present at their President of the Brevard County
J.is Parrish Memorial{ Hospital[ ( corporators are George S. Hendrix Woman's Club of Titus. Saviour's birth. Here they had meeting last Thursday Council of PTA. t
for January 2 tttnd H Jr., Aline Hcndrbc and "Early Birds"Early 'Second reading of an ordinance rule, ]Inc., will hear Greer Me-
were as special services. ,Plan were made for a spaghetti Awards will be given on basis
Mamie Carver Mime filed regarding petition by Morris, interior decorator, at
::: follows: "*; of ,
She visited the Garden Tomb,
for the firemen and
supper cf neatness, appropriateness of
by Walker and Pearson, 313 morning 'mnrise" classes Cecil Simmons to rezone prop Monday's meeting, it has been .
4 J.Jjr/.M; i taw the Garden of Gtthaemane their families on Saturday Feb. thought and qualification.
age
Washington Ave., Titusville. will ''make, their',debut at erty on Scdgwich Avenue from announced by Mrs. Wiley R.
a Auto R2 to allow duplex con. fisher, chairman of the home the Rock of Agony Where Jesus" ruary 1, followed by( a square Winner will be announced next
I Admitted: Martha Cecil, 304 The Brevard Associatalon of Brevard Junior' College for the. structl life department. prayed before his betrayal; dance, call by Bill Kimble. week.

't Olmstead St.; Patricia Hlllard Life Underwriters, Inc., Box 35, Spring Semester( which begins n.'Second walked the way of the Cross They discussed ways to increase .

general delivery;Doris Funkhousec Titusville filed Jan. 21, by John today. :'r reading of an ordinance McMorris attended the Chicago saw the prison where Jesus was: their membership, and Mims PersonalMr.
43 Grove Lane;) Harry Bennett Scruggs Jr. 317& South Wash- 2823 West Tropic Stj Robert Classes have' been scheduled and was'' field decorator for the men wives of Scottsmoor.
West and
I \ Childr'e to rezone propertyat In Isreal she went to the place Columbia S. C.
Holland, 2014
; Ester Waxier, Titusville THS$ Beta (Club Thursday,Wand '7.00 am. on and Garden Street from R-l and Texas in 1949 and 1950. He per with the Disciples.In sell clothing at the firehouse son Douglas, were visitors ]last
to Titusville from the St.
Trailer Park; ,Betty Glarrusso, Monday, Wednesday ,and Fri. X 2 to B-1 to allow a shopping came Old Jerusalem the people every Saturday from 9 to 12 0'- week with Mr. and Mrs. Grover
Rt 1. Box 33; Fred Stroud 1310 day according1 to.tJr C. Ray center. Petersburg and Tampa area, still live as they did many years, dock They now have a quilt C. Wright and family. Mrs.
June Knight St1} Mary GallowayDUms Initiates Many mood Van Dusan r dean of 'In- mean"' where he bad been ia.business ago she says. No modem ac- set\ up and all ladies interestedIn Warren is 'an aunt of Mrs.
; Dolores Frpratn\ 119 OldDtyle atrut'tlolat' the college. ''Appointment of five for nine years. He will presenthis comodationa, people living quilting may do so on Sat. Wright'
at 2:30: .m., following
and'zonin program p
( Highway! Ruby Conner bers of the city planning children In.I '
caves, and tending
Box 1254; Clarence Walker Juniors Seniors The college has .been operating board. the business session which .
sheep, divided from New A La Marick
will be ,called to order at 2:00 SSalon is alwaynear ,you!
AUms; Clano:taeyert,.309 Manator classes from\;, B OO1: I.m. to 'Re- onlnl application by John ( salem by a wall, where she .
Mrs. J J. Condes clubpresident.
by ,
Ave.; Norman Brothers, i Beta Club at 1'hulvlllo High 9:00 p.m. and'froni',":OO p.m. to N. Brewer for property at cor- p.m. found a town, modern and boom Mlt"IPUINI.COCOA" ORLANDO DAYTONA BEACH
: .
I Mme; Andrew Roney !Mims; School recently Inductee new 10:00: pjni}\ with almost total aer'of tlopkln.l.and .BermudaI :
/, Joyce Brown :Titusville, Trailer members. utilization of "''classroom ipace' from R-3 to B-i to allow office ..Assisting Mrs. Wiley as hostess. ing.While TITUSVILLEi Opel 9 am to 8 pm Monday
',f Park; and William Robert Frit- during these hours, building. es for the day will b. the Mrs. in Israel they coveredTel
Aviv( Haifa and In Nazareth Through Fdday.Saturday 'Til 6 pm
a\ Chard Rockledge. Membership is based on a J. D. Hamrn Mrs. Kenneth Mar
Discharges: Lydia" Richardson" 3.0 average (B) and good char. The sunrise classes, "will Re-zoning application by tin. Mrs. H. C. Ford Mrs. W. A. she say the home where

Christmas; ElaTe <.Hawkins, 11 acter. more fully Utilize our plant ata Frank B. Brown for property on Wenzel, Mrs. C. G. Barnett' Mrs. Jesus was raised; also visited TWO : .
I Tern Ave.; Louise Short, Rt. I, Seniors inducted were Cathy time when we ar;fscing a tremendous Park Avenue Just south of C. K. Etheridge, Mrs. W, W. Jacobs well, which still has water .'
James, Si. and Mrs. Arthur De- in it. In Cairo they saw the
In student en Minit
surge Saver Market from Rl
Box Sol: Iloward Williams 13M Cqyle, David Dcviese, Linda WONDERFULWAVES.
to Overlook Terrace)'June Keener, Ilaynes Janet Holodak Joe rollment," said Van Dusen."We to B.1A to allow retail art and mond. Pyramids and took a camel ride. .

I'i' : 344 Carrie Hill Rd.; Luther Tindall Mance, Phil McKown, Ken Morton decided tq experimentwith interior decorating business Frances made the tour with a .
sponsored Billy Gra.ham' ,
l IR.C; Joseph Horack, 602 Bob Peck, Wes Pittman early morning classes by Re-zoning application by Year's Activities group by
service. The
tour
Bobbins Ave.; Leslie Canada; Mary Sue Spangler, Diane offering a limited''' number of sections William Blackton for propertyat Highlight ReportA also traveled to other group
places
WinS; Ellen Stack Mime; Ann Strum Shirley Swails, Carolyn In English and'the human! corner of Washington Avenue AND BOTH
I : Glenn, Mlms; Cecil 'Gentry.Soottsmoor Tucker and Mike Varner ties", he said; and Indian River Avenue in review of the past year's such as, Beirut Lebanon Damascus

r ; and Sylvia Phipps .Juniors inducted were Steve IRC from RU-1 to R-3 to permit activities highlighted by a $2Vi Syria, Cairo Egypt, Jordan, ARE ON
Cttkhili. IJanuary( Albert, Geneva Allen, Julia Archer "The faculty members who apartments. million increase in assets, was Israel, Athens Greece! Frankfort
are handling these sections are given stockholders of First Nat. Germany, and Copenhagen *, 'v'Sp
Mike 1&
j
) Brown John Burke,

application John .
14 Janis doing so on voluntary'' basis Re-zoning by tonal Bank Thursday at the annual Denmark before- returning to
Compton Barbara Coyle, Cordon for property at corner the States.
United
and in (
pleased to meeting.
are ,cooperate
Admitted: Charlotte Fortier Jean Crockett, Beverly Dunbar,
of Street Avacado
Tropic and
The review ( President
the was given by
LQ.C.; Michael Coffy Rt. 1, Sammy Lynn Farber, Jill Fea- program. Limited
Avenue from RU-1 to R-3 to permit lI[. B. Smith. Fire Destroy Home fi
Box 21; Amy Cogburp 401 Vat- therston Barbara Galka, Cheri The results so far have been multiple units. Also during the meeting the 10 The Kenneth Landrum homeon Time

son St.; Mike Bellli, Cocoa; Hughes, Dana Hungerford, Carolyn encouraging, aays'the dean. An Special use permit applies-1 members of the board of directors North Railroad Ave., was
Wendy Achorn, Mlms; ;William Krall Pat McClure. Chai- early registration h''ld} last week tlon by Dale Legler to permit were re-elected. Completely destroyed by fire OnlySo
Murray, 523 Wager'St8ue; Ban- rette Murray, Donna Parker, showed a large number of stu C-l zone at corner of Washington __,

dju.; IRC.; Sheila Presley, 2340Garden :Diana Payson, Cathy Phillips, dentt have carolled! |n the pilot and Garden to be used for display .
.
St., TommfJ Myers SIS Cary Price, Julia Relmann, Ricky sections v and sale of used cars.
I Williams''St; Elizabeth Johnson Richards Bernadine Richley "Knowing what:' we' .cto now", Put yourself in this picture now HURRYLa

$IS S Palm sq} Bonnie.Wrliht,. Judy Slndall Sandy Stowers, he said, "we, will l probably (increase .. 'Four application for zoning
1030 Milton St Tbelma McCal. Tricia varances for John F. LowndesIn
; Taylor,
George Welly the numtfer. of offeringsIn get a I6w-cost
lum, 503 Olive Ave.; and Elizabeth and Evelyn Woodham. the future.: ( Brentwood Estates; for John Marick
Glenn Elms.Placharged I ny A. Moles on Robbins Avenue;
: JeUerey Lamar Edward L. Cook on Singleton HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN Styl. ,fir

Minis; Michael Coffy, Rt. 1, Box Avenue; for Claude G. Marloweat I
Zl; Andrew Roney,' Mlnu; Mar Would You Like To corner of DeLeon and Pine. y, Pormanontsamong

? gie Vassar 325 Coir Id ge St. Agnes

r Broome 181 ,Jackson St.; the u'orld'
I"": and B. J. Barnett.'Holly IUII.'f Too Late To ClassifyLOST t J
' [ Have A Gospel Concert finest

< . . . .
"I L' SIAMESE. CAT,.answers to Ingra..

t; only) ONE In I Titusville? .'.... '. 267.1111, Reward. PETAL PERM WAVE 695


i -. "\ Comparable value $13.00

', ... If ,So, let your JAYCEES jl krow! a

''to : There lionly I i IMPERIAL COLD WAVE
'.
"' 6 .
95
> I Prescription Formula, USP Lanolin 10
"
: One : by Helen Brtnnan Comparative value, $27.50 .

We' read where scientist I
l WELCOMEWAGON i i.i claim have demonstrated complete with Other Waves Pricedconditioning
In fact-that music l and noise
: Above All Else : can "drawn out" ,a'ft.' Dentlits I .. shampoo from 12.95 and up.Nit .
.i I have performed ever 1,000 epraHMts Does your home need a second carporte .... screened-in
.,. with musk and different porch patio another sleeping room, etc* e personality cut and. set

i a .your Walzrew ipoey Hsnuadat's' the ,types.In In of place noise of gas deadening*r novecaine. Arrange with us a Home Improvement Loan at low I ,.- ,w,. ; .
'" Y. bank rates and in reasonable monthly payments. '
.4t.. duty is to compound pTtwrlptJons with repay Owl Special

i precision and ear Is. sad compliance/ The scientific explanation was *
I to your Doctor's vrltt* (attractions. difficult for the layman to S to 9 P.M.
Rely on your star for' yrtobahr filled grasp, concerning! as It did FRBll With each wave
'ao ,.... .I ipriien a II. prescriptions nerve and sound pathways, a korrio of La Marick All
t. .t.a4al i..d wUl Iaa.d f pain stimuli and the like. How- I Purpose shampoo AND
i aoe.aw.4y ever. If patient and scientist free conditioning treatment .
.11I& rf DEPfNZXABLS" alike are sattsflod that music ST t
i'i' : a.fOf..U.. can turn the trick, whe'a to "
i a ,w b w........i. PRESCRIPTION } VCa! argue'

I'. *" First National Bank
J j_ i07S2.. II If s a cinch there's no one to BEAUTY SALONSPhone
CUTTER
,
W argue tno fact that mo stereo .
and hl-M selection at STEREO
DRUGS, STORE Is about as big as you TITUSVILLH II FLORIDA AM 7-6565
"' '. : selection. Ado, look for your Brevard' Only Horn Owned Bank Lindsey 11tlllYWe Shopping Center.murk's
1 : favorite record or album at Member Federal' R....,,. System
.. :i. .. STIRIO STORI, Plrtlo PUia..Phone Member Federal Deposit 'Insurance Cerp.
.. ,,,:j : W a!... 27-112f. A FULL SERVICI BANK"e Largest end Leading Beauty System

y ..' .




V ,fat,"'"'
t
r : :

... "s."' Rtr d ,. "'- ... -- -, ---_.. --- _. . . -- . .r ...........+N.wv. .. ..--. - ', il r (

-Mrt. _.-11.-...........-_...ilT."............._...___ A.. .II&. -.



t f






..

Nosing ..': '.''J:1:".t, h. -. .. Toasfma sfers-Jaycees Discuss Speaking Conlest


I : NtarIvAdI'ocatc :: 'n AI Bender, Chairman of the ance Company and will begin fold purpose. First, experienced '

Around local "Speak Up Jaycee" campaign his basic training with the "Ice members will get to know \

I Tin Vole of 25.000 North Brvrard County R.*MntsT1TUSVILLE appeared at the Tuesday Bicakor speech. In this first the new member and he in turn I
I (By Bob Hudson) evening Toastmasters meeting speech: the new member will vill break the ice with his first 'I
to formulate for the
At the sound of the roar it lieetion FLORIDA, MONDAY JANUARY V, It44 Pig 1-8 contest plans where local Jay upcoming speak for 5 to 7 minutes about speech by speaking on a well I
himself. This serves a two kno',"-n subject
ws Saturn time today la Breward eves will compete with one another II I

County. They Can Qualify.As SubstitutesTeaching in speech contest to Im I
prove themselves and their or

They were ling around a ganisation.Orel: .

(.trie in I the drug store drinking
Orvis, Resident" of the
coffee and talking. The conversation Course Hears End
locnl Toastmasters will appear
got around to "the good
with a delegation of Toastmasters -
eN days
at the January 30th meeting .
Hugh Matthews said "you boys
Erevard of the JaYcees to present
County Board of Public -
can talk about the 'good old days'an
Instruction is attempting to various methods of conducting
yoq' want to, but ax for me,
the contest and improving all
I dldn'4' know you were supposedto maintain its superiority in the
around speaking abilities of individual
eat more than one meal a secondary teaching field, even members. .

day until (TDK) Roosevelt went among volunteer substitute teach. r ..
into. Bill Clark won first place> 1'.
office.
ers. To do this, the board it offering trophy at the Tuesday>> evening
.t'<
substitute teacher training club speech contest Tom Walker .
Polltl .' continue to into lA 1
pop
courses !and when the volunteer serving as Toastmaster of j
the news almost every day now
teacher has satisfactorily completed 1 the evening, gave each of four
Democrats and Republicans are
meeting often now, and come the course, he or she is entitled contestants a written speech
forth with the names of possible to a $3 day raise in pay. The speech was read "cold"wi ,/' \ .
i bout preparation at all.
any
I I.l
candidates Both the May primaries
The courses, held at school %k
and the November general Doard offices here Cocoa and .l I Toastmaster Clark came out 1 s
on top after having been credited
election should be lots of
Melbourne, are a total of 24 r
fun,, as. there will be opposition hours and encompass the Job) of with placing much enthusiasmin
his material.! Second place
tor every office orientating the substitutes in the L
award went to 'Bo'1 Yarbrough.
new Space Age Education Program
During the business portion of
(ungraded system) at well
The move afoot locally for a the meeting plans were mado
as the Florida Public School Sys
YMCA in TitusvlUe. is indeed a tem. to hold an "Oldilmers: Night" on _
worthy one. A charter member. w February 22 In'*honor of Dr.

shit* 'campaign is now on and a The Instruction periods began Ralph C. Smedley, the founder :-:1'"

mtetlnfls set for Monday when last week with an orientation bf Toastmasters' All former '"

a,: steering committee will be session by Dr. James Hilliard, r'w. Toastmasters living in the North

lamed. This could prove to be director of secondary education --_. ..-,.. .. .--- ----.- ., .... .j Erevard area are urged to contact < ':-" ,.

we' of the' finest moves in the who is heading up the instruction TEACHERS GALORE Dr. James Hill- orientation preceeding the board's 24- President Orel C u. .

history of the area. and will end Wednesday.Each iard, director of secondary education with hour Substitute Teacher Training Course. 287.8709 for further information. t .;ti

\ '- program is three hoursin the Brevard Board of Public Instruction, (S-A Photo.) The Toastmaster Inducted :

'The Rotary Club baked goods length. lectures to substitute teachers, during an William R. Semmei, who la cm- "

auction\ which raised over $200 Yesterday's session dealt with s" ployed by the Gulf Life Insur j

for support of the club's candidate -. the Florida Public School System schools: substitute work mothers principals I la certified by the state and has PANSY BEAUTY SALON -- A new beauty salon,

la the race for Winter Carnival and following sessions will To provide "refresher" mat would use in emergencies) taken the county offered course Tides located on Route :50 in the Indian River'City area is now

King! brought forth one take up the Space plan, class- erials through reading and discussion are paid $9 per day, with a limit I la eligible for $15 per day in substitute High Low open and the owner, Mrs. Pansy Wright\, irryites every
unusual. Item a cake baked by room discipline, classroom observation of current issues in curriculum one to visit her there. The beautifully decorated build
TAl'Rice. Ed said that his wife certification and professional methods of teaching, of 10 consecutive days that she teaching TW.I., hn. 2.8lZ ing in i all new and the most modern equipment has been

was busy' working and he didn't : growth, child growth child growth and development, can teach. To gain: state certification for : a.m. 1t7: am Installed. Mrs. Wright would like for everyone to visit

nave the Heart to ask her to bake and development, use of Instructional etc; A state certified teacher but substitute teaching and to be el 8:23: p.m 2:21: p.m. her new shop and register fur the $25 permanent to be

see so he followed directions materials, lesson plans, records To for in tho awarded to someone February 3. All have to do is
Alvin provide continuity without the course offered by the igible for work in the county, one ypU
sad did it himself. Dr. and reports, the substitute Wed., J.n. 2'
instructional Mrs. Wright is shown above she works with
bidder it teacher the last sessionsto programs during the county, is paid $12 per day, and must be a high school graduate register as
Kahn. was high on and two 8:00: a.m. 2:37: a.m.
absence of the regular classroom Mrs. Peggy Gray of Rose Hill Avenue.A( Photo.)
perhaps. few people thought be determined by the class, leather' ; I the conscientious: substitute which and at least 20-years-of age. 8:12: p.m. 3:11: p.m.
Wat a good] idea, taking into con any subject they feel is neces -

alteration who baked it. sary. To utilize special competences

'w of substitute teachers.
The objectives of this Instruction
.A drunk was sitting at a bar for certification for substitute -
men and his wife. Suddinlylhe Will Holiday, personnel direct
asset t io! I teachers as explained by vSi
or for the school system, said
.
drunk forthwith .
came Dr. Milliard, Is to orient prospective -
that there were 600 average substitute
"How dare
resounding burp. substitute teachers to
ya buri' before my wife," the, public schools of Brevard teacher work days per
month In the county last year, so
tftundered 'the indignant hus County, the personnel in the
the value of the substitute is I evident
band.,: schools, the conditions under .
,1A,: thousand pardons, sir," .reDlled" which the substitute will be teaching '
4hec, drunk. "I did' not ; and* the unique features ofthe a A substitute"teacher without

Ift wit'Was;. : madam's turn." programs of the various 'being certified by the state for I J


.Fl. YY-r f


g f A
.
?tr f rEl .


.

:



i


.4 C* ry JT..vt.>*r}fettle

r big i new VS power




El f big new seif-adjusting brakes :


.

:::,).,







Think of All the "Hellos". ..




;
t: "

.' -, f (P.i'... 'I:.
t
4.:.
.. '
.; :.,, '. : .t.' .::':

.1''Jtti.I'/e-\: L".. t
l' :r
I .. .
:
.
.. !i: AH1t&
.. tVt"
": !I l! ?

"
'
MI v. ; *
'! t
'
.v !i
t. ,
u ; Q '- ,
y ,.'.rr.wf y 94 CA*,y2TN*.. StallM Nape .

1

CHEVY E by Chevrolet .} .


:


/You don't need a big car to get big performance. Not any more. New brakes match this power, too. Bigger, to dissipat jheat[ ',

You'll quickly see why when you check the '64 t Chevy n. faster. Self-ad Justin;, to save you money. Other,asycare: ;; .

There are two new higher performance optiorul-at-extra-cost features include Delcotron generator and 'a. long-lastingrfully. .

engines for you to pick from: Chevrolet's strapping 195-Isp Turbo- aluminized muffler raT t" >
in This One Good Buy Fire V8. And a new chrome-trimmed 15 -hp Turbo-Thrift Six. There are a lot of Chevy n models! to choose from. :!A]apt.of

If you've got a mountain to climb or a truck to pass, extra-cost options and accessories to customize oruf just
it \ leave either about you'd like And a whole lot 6f j jfua\ 'to
these are the engines that can one safely any way
) A lifetime of hello -< forward At low cost. Test drive Chevtf Hat
/to'** behind you. In fact, this new Chevy n pack a wallop look to. a very )

:1' phono. Whatelse gives you to much pleasure and trouble-free service for everywhere but in your wallet. your Chevrolet dealer soon. You'll like itJ :


: .the little it costs? It's a bargain! Even more so when you consider. that no matter. *. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy H Ccnralr. Corvette; J;

.- J See them Chevrolet ShowroomCHGMOLET 7

how often yoJ lise it, there's never an extra charge for maintenance. .......--........................- .-.-.-... at your ..- .. ......_.._-- ... ..1


Enjoy your ,neften-lor all it'. worth.. Southern \ sell .' ; GUS( FAULK CHEVROLET ; .'r,t 7 7Q


aka
_C'M"f al '

Corner Hopkins & St Johns TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA rAM7-1234

'fI
r
.


t



_,_.________ - U : L I1
--- J j $L _t _
: : __ _
.; -
-
---- -- --- -- ------ -

!



.;



Pig J-B TltuivllU (Florid) Stir Admit Monday, January 27, '1q64'y'Tlt.
..
:-- --- Vels Reminded Annual Income Reports Due I


.
Jer Approximately) 28,000 disabled their payments stopped. Dependent parents who receive f

veterans and dependent of deceased Col W. H Boshoff veterans dependency and indomnity '
compensation also>> receh
veterans in Florida who
Brevard Co
Service Officer for
receive Income questionnaires! and their
monthly
pension pay unty, said that the V A has mall
mcnts were reminded today to payments are similarly regulated
ed to all pension recipients apunhcd
'
the amount of their
report their annual income the by in
which
: card upon
prow;Uy to the Veterans Administration be made. come, lothoff added
income report- must
to avoid having Pensions cease under the law Veteiaw receiving' wrnpensatmn. .

if the Income of a pension reclpivnt for service connected dl

+ alhetr Ak With Keel Agency rises above an established abilities are not required to report
income.
amount.
Dave Boyett, former Pennl-'
sula Insurance Company) representative -
and nervousness are contntmt
Is now head of the life Remove Cause and inn factors In the formation of
and health department at Keel ulcer The underlying cause is
I
Insurance Agency Stomach Ulcers the interferenceuth the nerves
controlling glandular secretions
A gradual: of Penstcola ) such as hydrochloric acid and
Heal
e a iExfw High School and Millnaps Collegein Naturally the digestive juices If it were
4 M, r Jackson Miss, with a degreeIn By Dr C. H Prior not for this very delicate mech.
.. anum balancing glandular secretions
political science Boyett will Some of ; the stomach would digest :
.. ... .. __ specialize in retirement !
--- -w 4' '" '" l __PMA' pension t the first in itself It is only in the spotsdlcations

READY FOR USE This is the three-story addition to Building 423 month. Construction has been under since Dec. 12 1962. New plan, estate planning, croup in. of where the nerve action to the
way ulcers of deficient that dijcs
I at Patrick Air Force Base which the Canaveral District of the Armyto parking areas near the building have spaces for 450 cars. (U. S. surance, hospitalization and major the stomach it I !glands tion of this is type occurs.
Corps of Engineers is preparing turn over to the Air Force this Army-USAF Photo.) medical. are Chiropractic adjustments re
Boyett is married and reside feeling oflistention move underlying cause of ulcers
at 1017 English St. : making possible healing and recovery

gas and pains fndlDr, PRIOR One of from a within series of articles

I Family Budget Classes To OpenA flowering tree man gestion. As the ulcers progress published to explain of and illustrate .
All nurserymen and persons dull pains are felt especially the practice chiropractic C.
Dr,
H
working with nursery plants and while the stomach is empty. In Published by
some mild forms the pain maybe Prior, whose office is located at
aeries of classes on Family ing to somebody else's set of they want it saved and spent. nodern life, and a real need ex11 and to present it in a simple and their make maintenance are urged to absent 1334 S. Washington Ave., Phone
]Money[ Management will be 'rules This is too bad because The plan for the majority of tits for more information ln4i, useful manner. Classes will be every effort to attend this Wrong eating habits, fatigue 267.3187.LCOCOA .
one day short is
It for
starting Wednesday, February5th budgeting of money, or money families it not maintaining sol. mare help, every Wednesday from 10:00: to course.
benefit
at the Brevard County Agricultural !- management is merely planninguse vency most families do astonishingly The purpose of this series off I 11:30: am throughout February your

Center 1125 West King of the family' money for the well at this but to get classes Is to present the best oJ For reservation, call or write DIRECTORY J

Street Cocoa, ,announces Mrs benefit of all concerned. more happiness and less worry todtiya knowledge about familySmoney the Home Demonstration Office, NEEDSNEIYING I

Sue B. Young, Home Demon Living with the kind of family out of money. Money manage. management knowledge! 1125 West King Street, Cocoa 636- f __
stration Agent. money plan that will be workedout ment Is a very difficult part of gathered:! from many source 41 7607
The classes will meet from i Piano Organs Guitar AccssorlsF
in this class does not. mean
It):00 until 11:30: a.m., with one .Fi rfl-A A *" Gibson
will set a complicated accounting .
you up First Annual And Growers
Nurserymen
Short Course I ttw-
night program especially plan- system or that you must srr. fccrSarr tJt Gjltar:

red for both husband and wife. keep track of ever penny, nickle Records: : Band
To many people, the word or dime you spend Families who All Brevard County nursery. set for 8:30: a.m. ance" by Charles S. Bush Division I ) Player .a.n.uwe...t..er.w Instruments

"budget" has an unpleasant con live happily with their money seldom men growers, garden store op. The County Agricultural; of Plant Industry, State Department Exocrt Repairs on All Band; Instruments
rotation It means to them com have complicated bookkeeping erators and landscape main- Agent' office has arranged for of Agriculture: 58 S. Altintic Phone SU 3.1131Ceco.* Beach

plicated bookkeeping, or a pro. systems, but they do have a tenance personnel are invited to sore good: speakers on subjects, "Up.to-date information Insects / SHOP OFFICE
,
on -
selected by the as''
gram of desperate penny pinch system which helps them save attend Brevard County's first annual nurserymen -- '
follow: \ and insecticides in the nurscry" WAREHOUSE EQUIPMENT AUTO SALES &:S'ERVICIHUNTER
to live accord.
ing or an attempt and spend their money the way Nurserymen and Growers Central --
Florida' ONLY ---- -- -
Short Course Sylvester A Rose, "Plants that should be used by James E. Brogdon, entomologist locking LYON distributor '

Asst County Ag,nt,.announces. more often in the nursery trade"- Florida Agricultural Writ for trop Illustrated catalog

This course will be held at the by Jack Siebcnthalrr' Florida Extension Service c/rlc WIT Hx goorgo stuart LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC.
Brevard County Agricultural Cen Nnsery and Landscape Com Lincoln Continental Lincoln
ter in Cocoa on Wednesday, Jan pang "Flowering Trees that will tolerate I aPhoxtOrondoCH. S I 3411 S202. Sale Parts Service
,,
![ 20 deg. F. temperatures"by AM. 2 4}

: uary 29, 19(54( with registration "Plant grading and! its import > Edwin A. Menrunscr.: the t ID1 FAST BOB NSOM OBIANDOT. 1445 W, King Good, _Used Cocoa Can- tii: .2332 i HONDA CYCLE MOTORCYCLESHAM'S CENTERSNO


AUTCMAmTR' S\lSSlON;; MONEY DOWN 3 yrs. to pay
H2 King. Coco, -
PURE AUTOMATIC 11< Babcoilc. Eau laMIn,
MAGNOLIA PLAZA, TITUSVILLi
TRANSMISSION CO. _AoeeMorleiNetJ
galet--Part*-- vl
tat COMPLETE AUTOMATIC' 1 Two baeliT Eke !liamoont! '
TRANSMISSION SERVICE
I On All MakesFINANCING MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
--- - -

M y Ct All Work Guarlnteedl Guitar Drums, Banjo Etc.
229 Forest Ave, Cocoa, 434-W44 Gibson, Fenders, Gretscn, Martin

vli BICYCLESSCOOTERS Slingerlind, Rogers Kay.
Mammoth Stock of Sheet Musts

) Lambreth Scooters, GOULD MUSIC CO. .,.,,
C Jv # ) 'I Sehwinn Bicycles' I I 109 King St., Cocoa, M4-92M
(COZYWARMTH New and Used
i l I
wNr wN 'r Sale and Service OFFICE SUPPLIES
Repair on All Make
HO1D1T OlllftTHu :
Wyatt Enterprises, Inc. t.tllll.Jt: -0.
IN WINTER (0..11. 55041015
Next to Cocoa High School 432: .0600 ..HI<- :tin-ft.110

4 k
i t'' CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT W* hav a laleimau In Tltuivlllelhr
I II I 2X2 d .. day each week to help you with
Duk.. Chairs Filing- Supplies Mlmogiapba .-
CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT 8uplln Machines, Steel
COMFORT
&c!: SUPPLY, Inc. Cabinet. Typewriters, Adding Machine
OFFICERS These are the Freshman Class officers for *
IN SUMMER 11 Rentals Sal Service
this REAL ESTATE
.
Brevard
at Junior
year College. Shown in one of I,. f i I
their regular meetings are, from left Martha Carlton, Scaffolding!

Titusville secretary, David Corder, Vice-President; and Merritt Island' Ph. M4-M93 Joe E. Moore, Inc. 1\\\

Howard Benson, President..
ELECTRONIC' TRAINING REAL ESTATE /

FAITHFULLY SERVING THE COMMUNITY FOR OVER 25 n.us.IT'S .
... Improve Your Skill Complete
In Electronic Technology Real Estate Service

Brltrr your. future In tho npldl r". ,. 116 Harrison Cocoa, 636-69n
punilliti field .f rlmtrvalri by I.-
-
eulrlFLORIDAuELECTR ONICe .1 SEWING MACHINES

TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
/ lib RIVE otT.ceto. Brevard County's Only Compute'
,
/ i! .,. t'I.I1KIII.-\
I .
y
Y t lad-anu Sewing Machine Center
New Used Machines
MOBILE HOMES RepairsAcc.orle.Rentals
Faiy Bu H VINDALE, KNOX, VAN DYKEw. APOLLO SEWING CTR.
1C,5 Merrltt Island Shopping Center
have the floor
plan tit
Bull your
Merrltt Island, Fla.'
ftimlly and the payment plan to lull
your bUll rei. Custom Interior are our
.. '1I.<::18Itr. Be. un for parts, aoo.... TIRES
.irttt. and\ Insurance. Flnmolrf aDd -
,.i. / J a.-Flnanel.*.
r. WYATT MOBILE HOMES ALL SERVICE TIRE CO.
.' r.t. 1270 B Dixie Hlfhway, Coooa e2B: -1f4S
Retreading and Vulcanizing
i
MOBILE HOMES
Passenger Truck
and Industrial: EquipmentAll
: See

Work Guaranteed
"
:SAFER. TO Ramon's Mobile Homes 11 Rldgway Ave, Cocoa, 636.2044 -
-
... ,; : with ELECTRIC ( N.w ft Used WATCH REPAIR :
.
Check '.;. \ Bank Financing 1 1
Pay by .: Day Service I
WM. H. BAILEY
3.mi. N. .f Cocoa. U.S. 1, |M.7,59 Watches

i', Year-Round Air, Conditioning"Reversecycle" MOBILE HOMES Repaired in 3 to 5 days r

Pay by, check and KNOW It's paid! Your can- Chronographs: or Complicated
celled check, that Is returned to you periodically Baird Mobile Homes. Inc Watches Repaired on Premises

remains a permanent receipt of your payment. With Over 10 Now and Used 419 Brevard Avenue

Electric Air Conditioning i The filtered air is practically free from dust To Choose From Next to P. O, Cocoa
Paying by check is convenient, too, and well
worth the few cents a month this service cost is a year-round bargain in total comfort. and pollen..makes a. cleaner house and Brevard' Largest Dealer. WATER CONDITIONERS

you. saves you valuable time and worry. ideal for modern Florida 7-ml. N. d Cocoa
ti Simply living. adds so much to your family's comfort. U. S. 1, 636.5112

I I \ It provides clean, comfortable warmth More ,than 100,000 of our customers r t RXQ[ J

in chilly weather and refreshing cool enjoy winter and summer comfort in C

a ')T'S EASY TO OPEN A comfort in summer. Gives you the clitheir homes with year-round Electric Air If you have real'estate Rental Complete Water Conditioner
A Home Owned Equipment
Checking Account mate you want, when you want it, inside Conditioning.. It's' a wise investment! Coco N E '44ttTltusvllle

ASK ANY BANK OFFICER your house. and does it with one small Remember, it's cheaper to go all-electric to sell, or if you are DOoiS-- AM 7-35M

compact unit. "' in your home than to use a combination WINDOWS -

I r With "reverse-cycle" you enjoy flameof services. See your electric appliance t looking for choice real

less warmth in winter. automatically! dealer air conditioning contractor now. GmmDWINDOWS

\ estate, use our class!



CITIZENS Trrusviiu, nonoAiy BANK : -tiuJtQtfard)W/ja, flu!) 'l elcss. ) &%&%& t4j2 fied columns. 1006 Coastal S.Phone Dixie Supply 638 Hwy..2673. Co.Cocoa


free .. .irs CHereit,. TOO
,

vvtlae FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY 20th PRINCESS CENTURY MOBILE HOMES '

_
TWENTIETH
D.,..... lewrd .. It'.000 by 1r.l De.elt) )lusereses Carp.I HELI'INOlIIILD FLORIDA up Used t. 10' I S5' Local CENTURY Bank Financing PACEMAKER. I
Moblll
aw Homes
and
Equipment
I Open 1 9 _
w 0 R.v. No. I South : D.IIy 1 P. ,
Titusville.I Bess ysat'c: = : m.2m ..

r.

.,"
,\
,4g.t .. I


.-- .,:. ", "'t._ L..... """"', : -.. .' "r 'I _... _, ::..__" ... ..... ......;-_ ... ... ... ..: .i4idIRPRtMaerr._ .; _.: ...-..,.1t- ._, -- ... .Ma..:J
---- -
----... .



-





I

.
'
Mondty: Jtnuiry:27:1'M TmiivllU (Pfartdt) Slir- Advteif'to I
Pato :LtT
Report Set ForPresentation }


T .

; ,


New' Horizon" Is the title of Survey Implementation CouncIl. W4 i i A iS
the Sixth Annual Report of the The Council under the chair
United Fund of Brevard Countya manship of W N Bowden, is i
written b}' Arthur T Snyder, charged with effecting the recommendations A IIA FOOD flWpU8llxd
executive director in the "Health, Wel, v :
The report will be distributedat fare and Recreation Survey" ,
the UFN! annual dinner meet. completed last June by the
ing tonight at Ramon's Rainbow Citizens Survey Committee. M A. R 'K E T \ CIRCUS C
Room, Cocoa Beach. The UF has agreed to finance
The title derives from the fact the employment of a part time
that a new element of social' person to serve as executive rJl
planning has been added to the secretary of the Council plus \ \ _
UF's responsibilities through other incidental expenses. The 1111 I &IUIL I I I
financing of and close working other half of the new employe

relationship with the Citizens time- will.. be .utilized- by the UF
under the title assistant execu

Building Permits tive The dncctor report also gives the

19)3( campaign record. The .
$325,680 raised, under the chair r
Total $$615,010 manship of T. R. Brown, Jr,
was 106 percent of the goal. This .
was $84 000 or 24.5 percent,
For Past
WeekBuilding more than had been raised In
12 J
permit business In The loaned executive pro. rJ SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN 300 EXTRA, FREE
the County Zoning Office the 4r.
gram in which major companles
GREEN STAMPS
past t week through Thursday loaned an executive for several PREMIUMJiJ\ / TENDER-AGED GOVT. INSPECTED ,J.-J./
was a little slower with the weeks to carry out specific SWIFT'S
week's total hitting $67 .070. rarrpaign assignments, was the HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE 50 O j'irl.rtfmSO( j
A total of 31 residential permIts most Important innovation In the Gov't-Inspected ProrenBONELESS

accounted for $402,150 of campaign Snyder states. Jftt/ Green Stamps
this total 10 commercial per. Four new agencies were add. Short Ribs of f Beef ...,
mits boosted it ,
another $226 000 SWIFTs'suri slicio
ed to the federated campaign, : COLD CUTS ;gj
and the $48.920 balance was the ROUND N. I.It.nM.ns, t'n Ch.el.i *
miscellaneous category bringing the total to twentyone."The t 1..., >fcti. '
significance of this can be r i Wtd J nu4r*
.
A $40 000 commercial permit more fully realized," Snyder EJ] : QQiQS
went to Orlando Utilities Com 49c
comments, "when it is recogniz
mission Indian River City, for STEAK
ed that if these agencies conduct. ,
on addition to a chimney at the '
ed separate campaigns, it would 5O 1 fRtE5O
plant on U S. 1 1.
mean a new campaign would be.
This work will be done by 1\1.
W Kellogg Co of New York gin almost every two weeks FreshGround Jw/ Green Stamps
thrcughout the year"

City.The addition is to be 136 feet Administration and campaigncosts 79C Beef .OTA"lSH"UMflUlT"MIONOM i G GB ;
tall and 14 feet wide. as a percent of amount STEAKS
North Brevard's other permit raised, the report t continues, have .10! -os....pIts,! $1.29
steadily declined from .urn w. Jowlrr 71. 10" S
was a $12.000 one issued. to K. 16.4 percent in 1960 to a 9.6 high of I .jUUL! .v l v V 1fl v v.ul v v l.Sla\l..YJJ.lb. (
R. Hess Jr.. Route 2, 66 P. Ti per. r -
cent in 1963. 49CSwtft'i i
tmville for enlarging a trailer .
park a mile north of the Orlando The report concludes with 50 llil:1.TaA !5 01
Utility plant on U S. 1. Suggestions for 1964, includinga e cloivit produce Irrtie o S.ndwlch, $pr..4 orBraunschweiger

Ten residential permits were budget, institute for member 2 :PV91 k::: 69* >o ,AV/ Green S1AmpsGenuine '
'issued seven of them to CayConstruction agencies and minor changes in Idaho rl. Aeaew.' .....cwdaNnM. : ; ._
Co.. Box: 498, In- the organization's bylaws and o BakingPotatoes
dian River City for new homesin budget t manual. The recommendations .i> Or.nf. Ln1. Ir....... ,:t"".;".. ,I M IK,COLGATI...ton/Nr.r/n DINTAL 4/1ue6 CRIAM l. "... \ C
Port St. John on U. S, 1 south prepared by the 1963 't *1 0 i tj'c ...:
Link Sausage .H tC 35 ..famlly.siu. ..... .
of Indian River City These campaign cabinet are now being .. w... I. 1M. -
included three permits for $8- codified for presentation to the 0 UVVUVVUUIUUJUVJV} \ \ 1 IM"
000 each, four for $9,000 each. 19C4 campaign chairman. I iaiEag3? agp -M

Nick Single TuropoljaC permits included, 207 Mantor": "Full Support" For 'ItiI L lfii 150-.

Ave., Titusville, $12,700, for a Beach Erosion Study 10 lb. 59'Ifiirt CROSSE & BL CKWlLL ..
home on Arlington Avenue itt bag rom",n lliar. >ip8o iI
Indian River Plantation Estates Congressman Edward J. Gurney (BLACKBERRY, GRAPI, CRABAPPLI, .. .... ."
Walter Jones, Kelly 'Road, announced today he has re ( / specials e MINT, CHERRY) $ HAIR SPRAY;,
ceived an assurance of "full
Mims, $8,600, for a home C. R. sup J9< plot to* J
Hawkins of 17 Fern Ave., Titus. port" from Representative Will. Publix& 100% Pure Corn Oil IrnLp "
yule Is to build for him. iam Cramer cf St. Petersburg: a J ELLY PIU O 'O 'O 040..oO

Garland Sowards Box 401, key Committee member for of the authorization Public Works of Margarine .. . I'; : 29
Oak Hill. 12700. for a homeon
the Brevard County Beach Era Kraft'i
Palm Ave in Indian River sion Study. Philadelphia 150" TAA 50 ;

Park subdivision. The proposed study requestedby Cream Cheese 2 P3k0!: 25
Gurney last month has already C rA" Green Stamps:
Mims Sailor Aboard been approved by the- 8-af. 1 O.' rllh Kill.M M . frozen CtUn' Buf Proof Shelf' Paper
USS Corp of Engineers. o foods 0 jar .
Shangri-La, rag:. site 39c C
The ,
Engineers following an I initial
,
For'BreekFost.Souffle wU b's.e It tell
d/v1.
Edward E Rhodes!!, radioman investigation! recommendeda Banquet 'IIII!
seaman, USN, son of Mr. and two and a half year study cost. Ham 'N Eggs . '10 pk :' 39 (f1 limit 4 with purchottt of $3.00 or morel) So 00 0000 OM 0 0 QJtO
Mrs. Carl Rhodes of Minis, visit ing an estimated $109,000, to determine "

ed Palma de Mallorea in the ts" method of repairing Far, Mediterranean on Jan. 16 aboard erosion damage to Brevard Coun crass
the attack aircraft carrier USS ty's seventy.two mile shoreline. 'N Canadian Bacon plV i 39 ;))7// Greenstamps
La d
Shangrl- Cramer, in pledging his sup.
,.
FREE. rick Alt.MM*ft MM] I*tit
Crew members toured the 2,- port, acknowledged( Federal re
-AA- GAXCIA'S SPANISH IIAN SOUP
000 year old city of Palma on sponsibility In repairing and
the island known as the "Pearlof maintaining Brevard Beaches, Regular or QuickQuaker Heatproof Coffee Maker 4 4.22; ',rra.'t.N r "
the Mediterranean. The half of which are owned by the I %4'0.. [nKnlniiMiiiiMnnrTn ftrinaiiir'Wt'
Grits iI11 packed with 10 of / J
crew la scheduled to visit several I Federal Government. .'. .lle 1 106 ounces !
more ports of call throughout :- Bnflo' "
Carafe
Popular I Pack
a
carrier the operates Mediterranean with the as Sixth the I I 70z >>5 Spap Pads 2'e"; 276 + t MAXWELL HOUSE I.

,
Fleet ,
The Shangri began her cur Ct666Skillet Hal}n t 57Campside INSTANT COI FFFy. I. '
rent tour last October. She U 303 ? 0
expected to return to Ma}'port, Beans son 19 -- r o

late in the spring. -. PRICES EFFECTIVE MON. ,% 10-01J 7 I r i
-- I &,*$, ?] TUES., WED, JAN, 27. 28, 29. 1964 'f I or 0 1




sK M A lit K B T
wawv ? REGULAR 79c REGULAR 33c ;

oSPECIAL 1 New, clothes smell e
.Sgt fF' DETERGENT SPECIALSALO I fresher! ,1
.


FORTUESDAY + 1 BLUE

WHERE SHaPPtNG tS A'

1/4 Pound I TABLET'S CHEER PLEASURE

..
SteakburgerPlate ,
''I '
528 PARK AVE. > "
'


French Fries, Sliced Gt. 49c reg.19C .

Tomatoes Pickle' Chips.. Ltttuct, "2e PIRTLE PLAZA

"
(limit 1 per cuitomer w/purehoiti. (limit 1 per of $3.00 or more) of $3 00 or rntrt*

75C TITUSVILLE FLORID.fi{,,
J );
I' .
..:: ,

heinz tomato heinz tomato heinz strained heinz cider hainz white .:/j ....

I W *.GRANTCO: ,. foods '
ketchup soup baby l vinegar vinegar '


I Pirtle Plaza TUu.sy'UI.. I 't.M: 25- 3
'- .. j ....


')
.. .i'; ILI: _", :t,,. ) 'i"< "_
1 "'- _______uuu__ .:______ ': !Ii' :.: _____.....



I._ . L ___
.








I(!


p.g. JB THuivllU (Florida) Star AtfvMata Monday, January 27, IfM if T.* cincrtT eornT or TBIMSlTM By C K, f peneer Judicial ef the Circuit Circuit Court In and ef for the Brevard Ninth. estate which they In .lha,mar, office tar of against the'. ,.ou.to aid'
IRCIIT IV.tVla Deputy Clerk
JIUKIAL
Bievard
Julia of County
Howard L. Jr. County, Florida, at Tltu.vllle FlorIda Florid
rOH BHICtAHU (toeNTV Maye
et In the courthouaa at Tltuavtlle 5.'I,
I.. on or before the Jl.t day 1
for Plaintiff
Attorney
MISTER BREGER l-LUHll 1 I February 1964, If you fall to do eo, I lela. within eta calendar mon'h
STARADVOCATE'SCrossword Cue Julia Strait
IMVaIlT NO' 91MhurlK default l be takenalaln.t from (ha date of the first'pubn.,
IIY It HI,\TIUV Tltuavllli Florida judgment by relief demandedIn lion of lisle notice, E.b Clalm,
Ian 6. 13, So. 27 Mon) 1M4. you for the 'r
(
GEORGE: W. WOODS, the Bill o( Complain) demand muel be Iq wrlllll" and rows.late
Puzzle Plaintiff, Thl nolle ihall be published once the place ar relldeace and p, ,t
COMPLAINTS --- .VI- :\(>'riC I; Tit IttKKNUIN !: each week fur four conaeiutlveweeki of rice address of the claimant II I
I DOLORES L WOODS Tit E till 1Ir tell K I' <)t' TIIK' In BrevarU County Florida must b. sworn to by the camhli .
A Defendant MMII: : IJIt'HL! IHdIT Of DON AND ORDERED at 1'I.UI- agent, or hit attorney, er I II n ''I
ACROSS 14. Adult 17. A cheer A i "" TO I MRS. DO LOR PS: L. WOODS tIDKIOt. II ANU rUK KKKKl !:- vllle. Florida thli 17ln day of Jun become void according: ,to. law1JDATED
2N-O Chad Drown. eevTv.IV : l l6lh, day tf Janu, ,.
I. Rode for female 20. En. I T A AroaaUng V \ > nary A.. D. 1964 title .
u rrovldeaca Kho,li 101.nil I : ( II \ N"(' r:Ml. NO tU (Circuit Court heal) :
.:S. A twilled. circles. At G YOU ARB HEitKBY NOTIFIED HUT hells iiMwutr' CIRTIS R. HAHVE3. S/ Edwin' P. Ue'l1I.ab.r..r
wonted with I that for Divorce b.. Fxetutor: of the hi tale ol
meat as I <; a Complaint CARL II. SCUEtEHMAN Clerk. tlrcult: Court
e. Remalna fabric 1\ belt e been filed agalnit you, and you are Plaintiff, Brevard County Florida Harriett M. Llthtenberrerilri.F ,,
'" T A A required to carve a copy, of youraiwer v.. By Brrlli 41511Deputy .e 11. Lath 21. Man'
'6.
Boundary John T Rerun. Attorney for
I A or pleading to the complaint MARY ELIZABETH BCHEUER.: Clerk
12. Moham. .7. Doctrine name"I .n Ube plaintiff attorney, Howard MAN, Moor and Amarl Executor
medals DOWN 23. An 1 5" F rl L. Maye. J,., luJulia Avenue. Defendant, P. O. Box 281 P. O. Box' 1-115: Tltui\llle Fla.
god L Bullets early t IE P. U, H"X IdU Tltuivllte Florida, Tot Miry Elisabeth Bcheuermaa Cocoa Beach, Florida Flnt Publication on January ;
.. aocl Meit the original aniwer or 175 Cromwell Road, 1'I.E. Attorney for Plaintiff 1961
13. Berth on 2. A rig t'H: Invadera Atlanta, Georgia 19b4 Jan :0, :T. Feb. 3.10 Mon) 1964
pleading ID the office of the Clerk of Jan 20, a. Feb 8 I. 10 (Mon)
train of India: of .ee.Np'. W1rN U. CIcult Court ot flrvAPII County. You MARY ELIZABETH ECHELTFKMAN -----1 I _
3MiechieVroua i Europe the 41h of are hereby notified that a
14.Trumpet 1-Urlla. on or before day '
device ones 25. Born d 9:1 f .,. I February 10.4. If you fall to du ao Bill been of filed Complaint iga nit you for and Divorce you has are I'1'1.Tilt" M;> C'utT.It FOR: HKtV; ,\IMir 8I>: COUNTS H UU HT. I If f you have rear estateto
ronfeiio will be taken I
I 1:5.: Fuel 4.Bind 26. Dark. 3C. Border a deorie pro required to acre a copy of your II.OkID.I.
18. Wrath 3.CW\U mesa 35. In..rt against you for ,the relief demandedIn A..awvr. or Pleading to the Hill of In Irohi.te' No\ 04IV sell or if you are
the/ eomplalnt.DATED ,
18. Varying RTa faller! 17. A sunshade 1 37. Capital BrevanlCaualy Complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney !' RE Futate of
at Tltu.vllle.
LICHTKVDEKCtKdecened .
HARRIETT M for choice
_. .. "I I weight: 7.VItnf :1. Moat or Peru Florida tbli 3rd day of Moon and Amarl I looking real
India a.TPrtthi, frigid 39. Honey January W4tOtllT Attorney at LawP NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.. 19. Solicitor t. b1l11 M. Bounder buuud ( REAL) O Box 281focoa All creditors of thi- e.tn'e, nf estate, use our classi-

at law 2t'.iN! M1I 33. Corms41.1. Corrode CURTIS R. BAH.VbS Ueach Flnrl,la HARRIETT M. LICHTKNHKRGEH. |
>
,...:,., : (lerk of Circuit Con,t I end file l the original' Answer orHealing are hereby notified ad I' fied columns.
J,. abbr. .atlllllfll't coplaa '3. Tln7 Bravarrl ton Uv norMa l In lie office of in* Ori I ; ; r''d\o file any :ilalmaor, deniaa I li'
Knot In .
:0. -- -
5 .. 1 e ,.
d wood a. h '
:. :" :2.UIl: I GOTO Y por I 6UES3 VOU'XS EVEN OLD II I0'' II, I'' 'I' f fNOWiYOU

... SI\ '" ,i BED WHEN ) HAVE TO NOT.v7ATRH ENOUGH NOW TO iu '

:3.T&11u 0 BE SHE TELLS / CO TO"BEPWHEM OLD ENOUGH STAY UP AS LATE I I I, I '

u Glr'a f I. SURE TO MIND THE YOU TO STAY UP AS WE PO ON I I ;,

:.e name r 6ITTEK TONISHT- TNEy DOT A LITTLE OCCASION I I I, i :

,.' .1 "I wish to NO FOOLING LATER
report
: Crgrs an unfriendly drinking I AROUND! I I t 1
Top of a fountain '
? waw V ,. i'' U AMTf 6f..

.
". 29. A direocUoa
.. 11V : : 140 U
symbol // iecenter 'I. will have tj let you know." iv: Tilt: <'Ik1'1'rIUS>i HT or Tilt
0. NINTH' Jll> / 1\1. IHtlir, lMI >
H "e 0;; n Any idiot can translate that line. .% Km IIKrVtKO tOL: 'nI .,

31. Lan 1 It meant in plain English: "If I IIHIII. t, t-H.
ie so ClllMKItV: ). 51140AOIIIE
meuure % don't t get a Utter otter in a few : : OK BUT t

32. Covered H' U flivs l'U settle for Dub IN HE: Adoption if
k u. n you, .S rC
,
with &hat. JOHN r:, ItlTlbN! Jr oa "r l
31. Girl" r When I get this suit of stall I and l-HLlfc: : MA.KIONJtlTZbN j
1.21Ilsuc
1 7"// !: \
nickname 'l'h chop her dead. MI.lorl' ,

::16.An plt\ w 41 44 4apulse Pcnii. State: We hate the date TO: JOHN K R1TZFN' who,. .....

who is late Cspcual; if it llenc MlMourt. at 7J1 Le Pe.e, 81 Loul*, I fiIX
38. Queer vou "sws
39.: Enclosure 4. 4S means beatin' the gums for 30 YOU Altnj HEREBY NOTIFIED NELLO
that a i'*Utl in far Adoption by EC _
minutes with her old her < O!!
40. of man or
VY-IU ew de 401 alep-rather bas been flied I In the ; r r GAGAIURCHiPr&EJ
kid sister while shc'i up there Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial, ,
Uruult. In and for Brcvird ,
42. Pitchers County
I' A piling on a fourth layer of barn: Florida, by JANIF.6 W. MEANS tot

paint cr spraying! her head with adoption of JOHN: E, RITZIN I Jr, I a
and LESLIE!: MARION IUT h.N.
Clue. minor.. and you. ai natural father

Kccd College!! : My loudest bleatis of are sold hereby above commanded named, minor to children be and

against, the dame who( when appear In the above named Court al
the Courthouse In TILuivllle Florida.
: ANN LANDERS the romance is dead' as a maik on the 18 day of February HM>4. to

eral, trots out your letters, notes! how cause why laid Petition filed]
"It. by aalil Jamea W Meani the itpp
pictures and other love relies and father of said children should hot O = p = l j j1

entertains! her girl;\ friends::! with be (ranted. I
Herein all not, or the tllciallune
Joe College's GripesDear them of nail Petition shall be taken'cc \ MUNFORTUNATELYTHEREAREN'T
conftaael by you. and Decree Pro -1
University of Washington; : I Cn".MMo tnirrv I agalnit you for the
relief preyed I forDONb .
can t stand the girl who doesn'tknow
AND OKDMtrD at Tltu-
her limit and gets sick in villa, Florida, this 16 day of Jan I

Ann LanJcrs:! : I've heard It's bad enough to see a dame your car. Usually this happens wary(Court" 1961 MPH I) MR.ABERNATHYTHISydHNG> ANY OPENINGS RIGHT NOW, /

considerable rumbling on campusas smoke but when she Insists: on when she switches from beer to CURTIS' R BARNES LOOKING
LADY 19 FOR A
Clerk of IhK
a result of that letter signed smoking! my cigarettes all evening martinis or goes to vodka from By UoHle 11.11Deputy Circuit Court JOB IN YOUR COMPANY NONSENSEI'M Ml

Bitty Co Ed" It seems Betty I do a little burning myself. bourbon. Anyway it's a mess and Justice, Clerk e SURE I CAN FIND v
McCarey: Traveri
polled her sorority sisters then Stanford: Down with the frail the chick who doesn't know better Uy __ __ 1 ? A PLACE FOR HERSOMEWHERE. '

sent you 11 list of their majorb who snuggles, coos, sighs;\ makes gets no second chance with me 1-Attnrnrya" O Box for S42 Petitioner P ( V .

cfs against college men. with the come-on, does every. Cocoa Beach, Florida I

You offered Joe College equal thing but give you an engraved Ann Landers will be glad to Jin JO-, JT, Feb, J, lu (Mon.) 1964 ,I S' PERSONNEL PEABONNELMANA6ER MANAGER

time and space I haven't taken a Invitation, Then, when you do help you with your problems. >-

pl,1but\ I've sat in on enough bull what comes naturally pow Send them to her In care of this *** * ** l ll -

....:: sessions to \know what guys hate right in the kisser, Teasers should newspaper enclosing a stamped, !4 L )
PEACE
most about dames' The monster Ve banished from the face of sell.addressed envelope CQST& MONEY
<, .
v gripe is the girl who won't let the earth. BUY US. SAVINGS BONDS z 1.21 '

''" you get near her ,because it might If you have rental -

eM. wreck her hair.riojit" J' e Northwestern University: My housing Iistait'n; * * '1 -- REAL
Numb ( One gripe is the telephones I en MAN '1
Last week I had a .date with a ABERNA HYPLEASE
at dorms and sorority The Star-Advocate! -- LAJ
doll who whipped, out a lace hair. .
houses. I I'd like to have a dime I
--- 1
net when I went to kiss her goodnight I, +
for time I just in 'O
every gave up : t
She reminded of
: me my New I
Special
sheer disgust and called an In- t/ /e
WHOLE LIFEINSURANCE
grandmother And that exactlythe 1
town girl whose telephone was
kind of kiss I cave her, too free AUTO POLICY j

BROWN HOWL
Nctre Dame: Speaking only for Rates Starting At .. HOOT tUbllllT e"l.MM Medlral .j
From Boston The hates in Low As ell.mm. heath *| : pet myself 1 nominate as Pill of The M.itorl.l,. ) o

Beantown anj surrounding ter. Year the girl who insists: on Age YOR.11'llEVTTREY.!:: !: UKIteRn.IU A... 4.5..1 {
ritory are what we men call for Information 20 237 p.r $1,000 Annually <|u.rli.rl, In. ell l <|imrlrlj. l. ODD !
pumping a man 25 317 p.r $1,000 Annually 11 Silas. III. .Urea a linn Cape.

"phony foolers" They are, in about what other girls do I can t 40 5,44 p.r $1 .000 Annually (:Mo'\ ah"h..I lkp. >..) .

order of their offensiveness: Imagine why they'd be interested, HAROLD A. STANEK & 1 (jBQ I 1trt Y

((1)) falsics but an awful lot of them are, ASSOCIATES KEEL INS. AGENCY INC.

((2)) girdles University of Oklahoma: Sal aIM.noll. AteaueiI

.. ((3)) false eyelashes Thumbs down on the girl who 117 BROAD STREET ,H.e. 1-tUI
.
((4)) wigs 267 2392
says when you ask for a date:
((5)) white lipstick t l tl

Michigan State: My candidate ,

for jerque of the year is the female .

who mooches cigarettes. :TELEVISION GUIDEMonday e sz


s / # tli


FLORIDATHEATRE. IIJU:: eh. 2 Truth or Cunuqueneea
Wednesday
('h. a Search: fir 'I'om..rruw
Ch. I Father Knowa lle.t
TITUSVILLE
101 lUll r 1215: Lh" I UulJIni. LU*>t eg
1.:M i'h. >2> N...., Hay 8 horer MOK1IMIt Q
Tonite Thru Wed. 6:no Cli. 6 Niwn Mportieather. 1:00: Ch. i Newa Weather. : ) Ch. 3 Hliiiuiaiiui
1:13:I: ti,. II dltorl.1: ('h. a Ulrl Talk 6::111 eh. J Minahlne Almanao Z -1f:1 s
Feat. at 7:359:30 '.:Jii Ch: V New, Sports th V r'lorl la .ympholl' aau: Ch. 2 Florida IllnloiyT < [ r- (
: e:3u:: Ch 2 New. lluntlcy-I:rli"klry Uriheatra. :OU I h, >J> TodayCh. :
Lh. tl Newi, Waiter Crunkll a Operall AlplivbelT Z
Ch. 9 New. lion LucluanC IU: ('h. 3 Pouui :30 ( h. 8 Bui, "ahlrm Almanaa \\\'a r- I
JERRY 0:13: 'h. 9 Orbit 1:11I;: th 2 Science Ch Mlckle bvaniT SL
,T:UU ('h. 2 Zane drey e u. 6 Ai tue World Turn :45 Ch tl Cartoons I \ 71 !
th. 6 Klgeat Ch. II New., Dave rcnimll 1:11II: Ch II Cartoon. CI: ; E P
LEWIS (t'h. U llavt Clun. .Will Travel 1156: th: I enrlooi 1.1,: th. a Captain Kangaroo ..... t
I T3u: Lit. :J Movie Mourn orlIa"boo" 2.UO th >2> Let'a Make u Local 5:00, Ch 9 CaitooniV LIe
th 6 faMWortl :UU Ch: J Jack LaLanneCh
('h. 6 la Tell tt" Truth tu. II Ann Hut' hern a American Ill-lory I
1 1c
"WHO'S dk I l'n. V Outer uimiu 2G: th >J> New. t'lu\I l \ Kalbcr eh 9 kxrrun! Fur Women ,I ,, + c j
: S:uo Ch II lye Uut A d.crotJO 2:30:.. th. 4 U'>cturiC Isle: eh 9 Cartoons 111 .t
b, t'h. 6 I,ucyKh 'h. I Houao flirty 11:20>>: eh 2 dale Storm
u S Wagon Train th > Day In Court ('ha Romper Room
MlHDlXG .:OU 'Ch. S llunny 'Ihuinul. 2:1W1: th: V New., Um, llnwarl 10:00) ('h. 2 "Sty' When 7 1.rWILL
U':JU th 2 Hollywood ':IMI th: 2 Uorrtla Young Ch, a New.. Mike \Vallac ; jt
('h. 6 Andy Urlfflth1U ('h. 6 To Till the Truth Ch. 9>> Mpanl.h
TIE SToRE? :OU' Ch 2 Hin Along' with Mitch Ch ( General lloxiltal HI:JS Ch, 3 News. lilwln: Newman
Ch: 6 taut: Side, VVe.l hide' 10:JO Ch 2 Word for Word
1Mm1WA1 L h. S lirraklnn Point 8:21'Ch: 0 Ill..... Ed..rd.8UII Ch II I Love Lu.'v
11:011: ( h. 2 NRWI' Xporia. Wrathpr : ('h. 2 You Dun t lIuy Ch 9 December Brute ?
('h. a Nnwa Niorli, Weather Ch. 9 EllIe of 1'IIr' lit 11:00 Ch. 2 Concentration
11:10 Ch. I New.. Slob| Young Ch 9 tJu,'ea for a Day Ch. a McCay
II .-11 I'n, U ('aim tluiHlrxlU COO: th >2> Match Game eh. 9 Price la itliht
:a ('h. a Movie "Ihe Weapon"t'h ('h. a Hoi.rot Biorinrh 11:30 ('h. 2 Mln.lnu Link.
CROWN
II Stet her S Tr.llmall..r ('h. a Prte ant, Gladys
11::SO: ('h. 2 Johnny Car.oe 4:31 t'h. 3 N..... !hinder Vanoiui: Ch 9 Object la.VFTRRVGOv __ I NOW TD THE CXK.TV BUSINESS '- HAVE TO USE A VOUAA NCARD ABOUT ME, -
I AT HAND, SINCE MAGENTA ISf100,000,0005UtERSPECTACIE LITTLE fSVCHOLOGy, GET *. EP
C-ANO VOU WAt4T
Ch 4:20: th 2 /Burn anA I Allen
t Movie A
TITUSVILLE Child I I I. Horn
DRIVE-IN.,_ ('h. 0 I'ncle Walt FINS EPIC, PRODUCER OF THE NUTS A80UT DOBSS AND ME THE GSO6O US GIRL TO GIVE ME A SCREEN

1:011: th 2 Unit of Urouitio L59LIi MA4 GONE OM THE PHONE ; TEST e.J .
Tcnitc Thru Wed. e'h. a Woody Woo.IpeckerCh 12:00 ( h.I Your 'Irot ImpreulonCh "SALOMt," PLOTS TO PROTECT trl; y FDR SUE ;, 2
Tuesday S Ma VOUCH 8 Love 01 Life HIS WVECTMENT : GR00GINS yII
Shown 7:05 10:30 515: ('h. :3 Oieatent Iliadlliicat Ch. 8 Seven Keys.
: : :: ('h. I Niwacope 1:1:31: Ch tt New. Hourrt front I
310 XVIVI.d Ch. II Leave It to lliaverxuuir 13:JO ('h. 2 Truth or C'.nllequenl, >.
a Search for Tom irrow.'
HAILRARI, Arm, 110 C'h. 2 1l1mn'lel, g. 9 Father Know. Brit *

ROBER R SIACKIPOIY K I [ BERGEN 1:1': I'h. a 1"nllhl". Alon..o. 12:43 ('ha (lul ling Light .
e :!m vs. a .'Iu'' 1.110. 1I1.luo' 'J:1 65 ('h. J News. Itxy nheror II IIZ
6:OO) rh a Newa, Irporla, WnthrrCh
1:00 Ch 3 Newi,
JOAN CMWfORDI Tal: ('h. a Today S Newt. Hporta. Weatlur ('h. a C.lrl Talk Weather '" x N
JANS! P FAKE ('h, a Uliii Features .
Tau Ch, d Sunek.e 6:15 th I 9) luultuilal Oh 9 rnle: Ford I
Alum
nan 8.u: eh S Ntwa. Mpor: '
in: ( h, J )rorui 5
( 5.
S :
Micky bvau
DUWEMcBAINaiTHECARETAKERS TU: ('h. a Cartoon .:JO Ch 3 Ne.... Htiotley.Urlnkleyrh 1:10:: ("h, 2 Science
6 NeW., Walter ('runkl .
1:16: ; Ch. a I'oiow.. Wrath Ch a Ai the Word Turns'
Ch. S New, Run tothran '"
8n: ('h. S Captain Kangnruu ( h. 9 News. Dave tennvll
5:11: (b. a Cartooni 449: en. V t..lu..1. Report7t0U l'45 Ch. A Cartoons
IIW: C'h, a Jack lalanneAmorlcan t h. 3 M "' n iad 2::UO Ch 2 I..t'l M.ke> a Deal
Ch. S Advcnlurei In 1'aracllae Ch. Piiiword
C'h
tI Illatiry Ch. S Rebel 0t4-L WANTED MOT NOw, JUST AS ITHOUSTHS MISS GROGGINS -
,
('h. 0 xi-ntiB: fur ( h. 9 Ann Solhern WILL D0, Ma EPIC ;
Women 1:20: ('h 3 Mr Novak < ToTALIt10Vou ISLIEI'MINAs VERV EPITOME U UNSPOILED
DIS Ch, 9 Cartoon 3:3S Ch. 2 News. HoyU Kalber IT1
Ch. I ('onthat ;M 1'h 3 Doctor. NOTAWORDABOUT YSKXJR AWFUL HURRY' LrvELlNESS MOW
.:au Ch. 2 elate Klormtomi A
it.ht ('b ><'r Mount anll: Ch. 6 Red Kkelton ('II. a Houie "a.ty SCMSM TEST MR.1C PIC SEFOR2 WE TAKE ,
10:011: ) 'h. a "ay When 5:20: Ch. 2 You Don.''t far Ch. 9 Day In Court UJs A SOUL MISS hl I VOW SCREEN TEST, ( K 1 ; ,
Ch. New., Milt WalUcipanlah Ch 9 McllHlea Navy 3:55 ('II. 9 New. Una Howard 6SC66INS IS THAT Wi'VB GOT TO >
Ch S /oo: Ch 3 tenant H.< nPetlkoat 3.UU Ch. I orctta Young to \+ r ti
10:25 Ch: a NPWII. r:,Iwln N..wmall C'h. 0 Junutlun ('II. a To Tell she Truth /ERSONAII Y JJA
what lUO: Cheh. 2 Word fur Word Ch S Greatest bhuw,; ('h. 9 General HoipltalS TRiFIE. ULL y
Acme 11.::::: to,'mint t S I Love Lucy 1/0:: Ch a Jack lleunr :"5 ('h. a Newi. fcitw.nli;
r C'h. 8 December llrlili luoo: Ch 3 U"ll Telephone Huur Bat: ) Ch. 2 You Dust "Hay' 14 THE MAKEUPMEN 4
bought. ttirt :00 ('h. 2 l'on"e"lr"Uctll Ch a Garry Moor. t'h. a rilri: nf Night f ;'
them" them Ch S MiLoyi Ch 9 fugitive ('b. 5 Queen for a Day
.
lag11hir l .., apart) ('h. t Price I. Slight 11011; Ch. 3 New., eiiortieathei 4:OU ( h. 9 Matcn home
11;:30: ('h. 2 MlMlni Link Ch a Ne.... "8p' < rt.. Weather Ch. a Secret SltirmCh
('h. Site and UluUyi l ('h. 9 New., Hub Young 9 TrallmaiUr
AT f 00 ONLY th S Object ItU 11:10: Ch. 9 Newt. Spurt.. Weather 4.5: Ch 3 News. Sander Vanocur.
U::Jil Ch S Editorial: 4,,00> Ch. 2 Burn. anti Allen 1 Il T r,
BRIGITTE BARDOT .trTLRNUON 11:IS Ch a Movla The Kid from Ch a Uncle Wilt
Cleveland. 5:00 ('h. 3 neat of Oroucho
12:00: rh I Your sleet ImprcMlon rh, 9 Weather Ch a Yogi Heir
"Famale & The FUih" Ch, a Love of Life 11:30: Ch. 3 Johnny CaringCh I'h. 9 Purfilde\ a
Ch I Hevei Keya 5 Movie The Oar r 38 ('h. 2 Moment In Sport
13:25 Ch. I Newi, Robert" Trout $' l.tere"e 1J0;: Ch a Leave It to Denver





;


.. .. . .
' ," ( + . :'..;';':;:::<;,-1'; :'<1"':. ." J' .:. .. ........",,-- --' -.-.----

II' t'i .. .... ..C- ., _. -, --_. --
Ii fdI8I'r.
t __ u _"': : :! ___ __ r '" e. AiA..4.b. a t/,**



L 3S'5- '- -- 4 "
OL -
wuwvpw u1 _- _
-
-
-



,
>>







.

, I Monday, January 27, W4 Titusville (Florida) Stsr Advocate Psae I-B Language Teachers ix SIXTHit rim cmrrir OKI ti I.coral tI.i (,.or irtsn .t.I '*" anTics 1'0 RapnORI:

__ row KRhVAlt" 'CO," IfTY; ,n1s 5555 cooS of you. Sri bprbybilUied
Get New ConceptTwenty t I.on III*. and required to present any
l I' ,, tst kHTMl : lCImi and domiod. which I you. ori155.r
:
Indian River-South foreign l language tea 01511MARVIN. sf you. may S. 4 t 5i
: Titusville Happenings H arc? and eelate of HKLbN: : B. BEAKD dotnaad -
chcrs representing 13 Brcvard MAHION C'. UEHT: bus wit. late of Hlanlilaue County
Ca Iforala within six calendar
'
secondary schools were
county "AH.ALBB. DlMLAPaajKKANL month* from the date of publication
introduced to a new concept in :.a C. I>11 I'U.A' P. 5ua.wit.. et tale (otic.. .1.! the aame will b.

instruction at a meeting in Tarn riamuffiNOTICK earrea In manner Etch claim.n,1 I form or ,d.m.nlmuatb. as ,roqulr

Women Return From Visit To Spain Portugal pa Saturday. n.USaJU; : a DM0551' uti .4 by l la.
-- uAstsIs'. Sic JOHN:> D BEARD
The meeting held at Howard "i>.,. llallll. Ancillary LiecutorCroftoa .

Johnson Motor Lodge East Tarn ; or u at Brewer HollanII

MM Eleanor Falser lives at Dixie Store and the Eagle company Zirnfus stressed use of the following T\). JKMKIE 8. DARBY uol< O Ho*. ShS SoS. Film Ave.l'llunvlula. ..
--- ; pa DAKlir hla ..!".. If llvlaf. sad Kd HorllJan
229 Oak Street, and has been a I rTr : I, f aL' Store tells every body. In keeping with the themefor materials: film strip, tape recorders ..d.. Ibelr unknown klra al lawdovlaMui 91 87. Fee 8. 10 (Mon) 194.IV .

citizrn here since 1944. Her sister :4i&.P : .5":: : The Sepper Development torn' January the skits and exhibits and printed matter. In .cmllian Irfaiaaa. .. .ra..I.trustieS. .a, end*MlfMItunora l all.

Mrs Athena Anderson is I" j pany Presents The New Location were directed toward the teaching of foreign languages; Blhvr uaraona claiming tiidar. lbs Ten (SKI llf IUIKT ur TalC
l.d.\I. ioU aU ,ani. ".vln.
.
from Ennis. Montana and has oi the United States Post Office. Family Picparcdncss ---- or lUtmlna; l" have aar null I Iat Illia MNIII .11 mi'ML. CINCh, IN
Harold : : ASS CON HHrvtKU ,
ttociner Uoi\ Book; foIiow5s: ccilpiv
Intenat In and to tha .
been visiting with Mrs. Falser Indian River City Myrtle II. Den 2 under the diicction described. real property altuatO In lb.l.'ouily frlsMhlst .
) : time. Finch, Postmaster. Opening had Weber: Lion Book. of Mravard. susie at Tier I \NCrKt: ; ".s. StliO
for tome 'T of Mrs. Nova Thurlow a .
\ Sioutrf formed oil :Mint K: OF HI 11'LAIIENCI
The Cub ) Ida to wit:
The two recently returned July 1. 1964. complete exhibit on what a !. L. MAMMON,
) Circle and repeated the All of Hloek IS, lylai Perth aid Plaintiff.
.. from a trip to Spain and Portugal ." ..,, & This building is completely family needs>> to prepare for a living Cub rail: ef State Road ide.:, 4. K. U V..
, ( irk Cub Scout Oath and the Ulcer Audition. lo TUyavllleHorlU .
They left New York on .r 4 roofed and finished outside, natural or man made disaster.Den ",.. ". Flat Beak tOW COLtLN: : ALEXANDER
Scout Promise : ..ebIIlOI.R ,, 95 AM N ON.
though the interior and the front I. toil. S. oillrevard
direction of
December 28 at 7:30: p.m. and 3 under the dismissed tuuniy. riertaa Defendant
arrived In Lisbon Portugal at : still are in course of construct. Mrs Betty Hill gave a demon After the Cubs were The nature ef Sits full II lo no.boy. TO; LOU' COLtEV:> ALbXANDEH

5:43: a.m. There they were conducted Ion Building is of solid steel and th.n by the Neilson Back Pres' their, they served and refieshmcnts themselves. quiet, anl cirlaill la confirm clouds I r"rl: "IIl'': YOU 1IAMMOV ARh, :HtFlKUr NOTIFIED
to parents
to the Hotel Cascals and concrete construction with an sure.arm Lift method. They to I the above ileecrlbad" Breftrrlv. tail a lull I for divorce bai been
of about lUll feet t wile an.l The n..n'.1. the Court 'la 'wak>1Ithl. filed against you In the Circuit
spent three days visiting Estonl area also had a family preparedness ,IN Tllr:; IIKIIir ins HI. M'NIII puss hue bren Inailtutad I. thaI Loin of the Ninth Julklal' Circuit' ,
bO.feet deep.W. .11 Illl S l\l. 4 sKi I I II lit rl'.(IKIIItBNfct '(null Court of tha Ninth, Judicial U lid for Hrev.rl County. Florida.
and the Casino there. Estonl cxlub' .Mill Kll' :> It. HOIIIII t Circuit of rlorlda. la anl, Pee Bre- CLARKNCr. I I.. MAMMON,
has been the home of many of .. D''n 4 under the direction us'e'ft0 M II. H1WUhltALUINb yard County l'I"loIa. In ('lIa..,." Jklltled Va LOIS COLEhN ALEX
M P. Fcllowthip UrTA' : IIAKr:HI The abbi.vl.ua hIll ef Sills caae ANCKH: 1IAMMON Defendant. ,
Europe royal families in the rf Mis\ Win Hopkins gave a I rlalnuiltJu,5SEP1IMALIIiSISN la Marvin It. Went. aad Mutton tllml
The % Woman :Missionary Pray n. hla wife. and Willie R, ISo,' Chaacery<<: No Z74JO:: You are herebye
past. Cascais Is a fishing \it or Fellowship met Thursday c\c skit on Family Preparedness : IIAKHl Up anl Traacea C', bualap kU "wife. ))ulred to larva a copy of your
lage with plenty of fishermenand : The skit took place in a typical I)ef,'n.lantNOTirh I'i'"lnilff.. ... SpecIe *. Uarhr aad knitter or other written drftneea to
in the social of the ,
.ling room : Ill All" HAH: --U.rby. isle wife. PH.hIIII'.i, '
boats ... Christian and Missionary' Alliance American home Skit was com TO JICUII: MAIUiU itA Ktlt. The dm nIhr. 1 the'lrTI.pro, Jiutlre the Complnlnt. McCarey fuel Traven herein upon Attorn.
After their Castais pletc clown to a headed nrf.nl.il whiae |1IuII l ofreMIrn r-rty Involved lu i: s55!i .
stay in Mrs, Andtrton And Mrs. Falser Church. After a short busirusJ gray I ,'. In ui,'k,tuwn toilS above : )l for Plaintiff. P O Box 552: ,
( '''''D' Beach. ilorlda. and to file
they boarded a bus and went to meeting, the ladies rolled ban k grandmother with lumbago y uuar. hvnbv ,,nollfle I I hut a You end eat.h oS you are heroa' tna original thereof In the office eflha
the Spanish border crossed the in A new awards system was (',,n,iihilnl fur Ilyor his br.nfllid require. I lo CIII I your AneVeri ..orolner Clerk of tha Circuit Court ef
for the leprosarium Japan .
,
ago afalnat you aid you are required drfrnalvi pleadl"* a la MUcanae
ing will be Mrs Pat Canzanoand ed:: at Coquina school Fxpteted | Rrevard County Florl la. on or be-
river and were in Spain. They !Mrs\ Alice Forward showed initiated at this Pack meeting i o.ervsaeu py uf your ana i with the Clerk ef laid CeuH. fere the SIB day of February A.O.
Mrs Irene Bosholf The 'or next year is an increase, to awarded to the wer or pleallni I to a5,5.I Complulus) .nd ...rv. a oup. IaerSf super,
visited A
Seville.
motored to They pmrumt was
anti tudint foul pairs of pajamas bought fir on U,. llali,tiff a attorneyllllan' Iti.h.rl Swans at flwian A
Columbus' Tomb and the Moor next Tailoring Workshop at thirty teaunri a a missionary's son by the Sic Den which had the highest per H. Itounilirpe. T llnllitlr An.a,In. Kwann: dt MutuIb Mifeella :Avoauo, Itr-BFIN IAI1 NOT or a Decree
the Community Room of the capacity of Ut))0( resent enroll Cocoa. PlorlU. and rue Si,. originalaniwer nrlantlo, Horlda. en ot kalera' tha fro Cenfeeaq will b. entered agalaIt -
ish Castle Gardens and then on iety Refreshments of( rake and\'. ctntflte: of parents in attcndaict ,Una In the office of laih Uy of '. a ). 'IMi 11 you for the relief prayed for la
(to Santa Cruz. Returning to Citiztns Bank will be held on ment is about 690 coffee were served to Mrs\ Mary\ '. liens 2 and 3 tied for the rr"I.lr: Circuit. Court on orbefire you fall to ..! au, a Iw1f fro Ian! slid ComplaintOOVK I .
trees! now 'the t. 194 fra.o will be entered aalnirl' you .. > AND ORDfRED: at Tltu.111. .-
Cascias, they got back to their Thursday. Fifty young pine HatfielJ, J. B. Smith lUrbcriSmith honor so they both received a It you fall .IOd..ro'j: JotaiieflI, by and sail. ,'au. chill iroi.ail. el. ./ Florida.. thla Ird day of JaaIMty -
adorn the east side of the school Cole1 .""ault will b. I..kon 0(41001 you pane :A D 1W4"
for the New Year'sparty Pat Tajlor, Mary
time pennant
hotel in with assistance for she relief demon. led In isis Cum \\1TNK88: niv hanl aal the aeal l ie.'uUWrSlOALs.
Boys 4.H Club Stage III boys man Marie Gilliam and Alice The following awards were plaint 4 null nurt al TltuiMlle,' trevSNCuuniy

After that they left for the The Boy's 4 H Club of Coquina from Dan Frazier, school custodian Forward. presented (it the newly in Dune .aol onlirel, at, Tltuivlll.. January. )'lriio.A'I U IMi.skis 1 lha 'IS dpy. al. CtllTIJt Clark of n the BARNES Circuit Court for
Florida tha :24 lay of January UM .
set them out in rows along 'l I Hrevard County, flurllaBy .
north country seeing many MoorIsh Elementary School met Wednesday 1 stitutcd awards ceremony 11'HTIi! K. IIAKNltlClerk : Court soils) Bertie HallD.ply
drive. Other bcautifivation (urtla K. KarnaaClvrk ,
the bus of the 5 Circuit Court .
Castles, the Sanctuary of : at the school. The meeting Visitors M.ke Robinson Lion Dadge; Hrev.rd County 'Iorl.la of the Circuit COunt laan Clerk,

our Lady of Fatima, the National was opened by Charlie Wotrner plans are under way. Visitors at the Central Baptist' David Crocker Lion Badge; (CUI'HT Mt:4141lIy .I Irl f i r. Urevard 41'11'1; i illy 1s. (. 110, n (Mon.) 1W4It .

Museum and the famous Port Club President. with the Pledgeof Latest addition to the Coquina: Church Sunday included: Terr'and Mike Robinson Gold Arrow Deputy ll rtle Clurk hull llertle HillDeputy '

Wine Cellars. They spent a Allegiance to the Flag and the School Staff is Mrs. Gay Reynolds Enoch Williams HSG Over' Point; James Wood Gold Ar William H. HounlirreAttorney Itlcheril It. Hw.nn Clerk ef TttR: (rm t ir COIKT or TIIKIMTII

411 Club Pledge. After that he California Mrs. look Terrace; Carolyn and Cot!,. lur Plaintiff ItIVAN-l: A ttWANN .. $ Jtuuiti. I Call 111', IMSH
recently from low Point Danny Robinson- '
day in Lisbon and then took a ; 7 "ell.'r' ArruIoPost Allnrn.' f los HKIbVARU. ( OlNTl,
Plaintiff
called the roll. He then asked if leen Lambert 12 Ladu Lane! *' r .
plane for Madrid and they then Rej nolds resides with her hus Silver Arrow Point; Gary Hop Office .lien 2.Coooa IT Hoitb, Mucnnlla Avenue Pt.ftalI' b.La : .
of the had domonstra Mrs. Barbara Belcher 1090 John, FloridaJan (HUnlo I rl"rUla I V t Ml aaa
boys
.
visited Toledo the former cap any mand in Merritt Island while kins 1 year Pin; Richard 27. P'pb. 3. 1) IT ( Mon, ) lull Jan, Jii, 27 reb a. 10 (Mon\ I t 11(4. .t-""' !9001.II .. thy HI I.K !MMIJTATIO
tions of their projects, which they searching for housing: in this son Street; Lynda Robbins 1310 HOAD DFHAllTMhMT or
ital of Spain. FLORIDA,
an Agescy of Ilia Slate
had: undertaken area Mr Reynolds is employed! Key Largo Drive; Mrs Jerry '" '

They spent half a day at the David Baldwin gave a demon as a teacher at Parkway Junior Asbcrry 320 Largo Drive; III rill if"'lorlda.!
of the where COUNT Political
a
Valley Fallen Club & Lodge Notices a
McClellan and Mrs \Vinnette
SchoolTeachers Gladys ,
monument has been erected by stratum on Electricity and this High: McClellan. .. of the Slate P.tlIIOD.JIRLt1' nf florlU......
4 i
General I Franco for the people was all about the Light Bulb. lie are always seeking I :
..\ M. DROWN .t al.
and materials to make
to the boys how a light ways -- .
killed in the Civil War. This explained Cub Scout MeetingCub 1 Dtfindanla
monument consists of a huge bulb works and what is inside of learning experiences more meaningful held YORK.RlTE: BODIES NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIVPHOtFKblNOl
Scout Pack 310
Basilica and Crypt built in the it. After that Richard Woerner to children. Latest equip their January Pack meeting at ',t'ff, ROTARYCLUB TITUSVILLE GARDEN CLUB I Of North Brovard Cewn'iy' 'IN' rHM NAMH AND FIT TUB!!
ment for these purposes are three MEETS\ THURSDAY *..iTHOIUTlf$) OF STATS OFra.ALI.
THE
mountain and on top of the gave a demonstration on a plant Center 23. ?J. General moltlnf all cir'lo. anus
the Civic Jaunary
called an Aloe'. He said that overhead projectors and a top 12:15: P. M.Whlip.rin Monday of Oil.. Nov. ren' ., Mirth FI.lSili tA..5
WHOM IT MAT CON.
is 500ft high.
mountain' a cross this plant can take the pain out ier With these machines mat The meeting was opened with May, Time ash place to be anniun Indian River Chapter J p,')7ROY' CKUV. and lo all permuraun uS partlei .
Inside the crypt already 49"- the presentation of the colors I Hllli Country Club ael Fieputlre Iluu.h..t\ Tueidayeach ,claiming' or having any right.
eri&ls be reproduced on AL ARCH MASONS :
may month October thru May
of a burn. Assistant Agricultural tItle. Iuiersel, estate, murIgage or
000 have been buried and .
people Dick Pres.
diaction Simonet.
Cub Scouts under the
by .
transparencies, which when flash ether lea 10 Dr OD 55. serIals
there is room for one million Agent, Earl La Roe gave a very be of Den Chief Jim Anderson 11 T Walker Sec'yTitusville Mra I. A. Kigali realdent, Clifford Yodtr, Hlih Prlo.J 11..11. .I l.n.1 h.reln"l' doe'wiSed.
talk and demonstra. cd on screens can used Kir \ .. and tka following .
and interesting; ( Gill Wlllla", .. Secreay poriona
be soldiers _
!but must
they ,.,
MlI.t"e' with all unknown
una
i
t families of those who died in the tion on how a fuse box works and many purposes. Cubmaater Rick Barrett l Kd c-h3P. No.:6 "SORORITY Moots 3rd Wednesday 710| P. M.at ulalmlnllv by. lbrnugh or und."o"re" ...
the best kind to buy. lie had aboard BETA SIGMA PHI ersons who era
Civil War. from there they MasonU$ Tomplo. Tlluivllle \ sot known 0. .bi d:4: :
which a fuse box and the Missionary ConventionThe the Cub Scouts and their par* O. E. S. Meeting lit and led
*l
went back to Madrid and aftera vires connected to light bulbs. Missionary Convention at ents in repeating the Pledgeof M Thursday 7:30: P.M.xi __ i )>.(.TIOS: 7iimini' \ strAiN! UOAII
\ VIOLET KLOSS 01.1.1. .' MI' HIRAM *ItntVAIIIt: ) AMIo."
day of leisure they caught a T COUNCIL No. 13. COUN'H. ,
Allegiance .
These facilities were given to him the Christian and Missionary Alliarce f. O5.lu 1..I.'lr' AUDIlrjaniLa 9
,plane for New York arriving The invocation givcr, b& ; Worthy Matron I rre.litml R. It S. M. J'trf Prohaaka"
attended was .
Orlando Church '
by the Bell Telephone Company. was trs. Mar, A lire Kl,(VI. ttn..ly. : Ino.M, 1} Hbaaear BoulavartC
there at 7 p.m. on January 18. After completed' his talk,' he last Thursday by seven Mr. Edward Fine, pastor of Merle let anl Sri T..d.YI PM TIIr.T.O'ilt HOVllolille "", M. V. Bakas .aaom*, N.. York
at Maaonla Ten, pie '10" ....u 1'.n..I. Thrift: Illuttrleus M .t., CRDNo1SIEt
distributed membership cards; ladies (from Indian River City the Christian Church of IRC. 1..I..r.. Mary ProhaakaIT

Conraltsclng Alter that the meeting adjourned. Church. They were: Mrs. Alice Cubmasl- Barrett announced .,'I ,.11.1. Gill Williams" Roc. .rd. .r fpfaqer lloulavard

.Richard Flink, young son of Forward Chairman of the South that Cub Scout Pack 310 I Indian River / 'r.T.IIr.1 l,eaet :> I.'.... Moots 2nd Wodnoiday at 1J1 9.M.: Cosnluiile* .. .. Naw SRI York N.. 118.t

Mr. and Mrs. Larry link of From Ohio crn District !Mary\ Coleman, Mar. will have a window display 'M 1.,.'llI u MasonU TompJo. Cotta: SECTION tn\fu\ .Ja MfAIH ROAD
.
I Lodge No. ?0 'HI soars. Ml .........., 4< i HIlkVAUU. COUNTY V.HCIUI'r.Ub. : -
ic Gilliam, Charlotte Martin Jin during Scout Week in a local ------- -
<440 Abbott Ave., was in loll: Mr. and Mrs Edward Zirnfuss Hale ..11... I r,. I.n. ::
F. & A. M. BREVARD COMMANDEHYNo. : / NO HltlHKJIIT
.
nie Gentile Lucy Fernandez and store In addition 501.1015
department
hospital last Tuesday and from Parma, Ohio, are spendinga '
day
I : '
Meets 2nd A
4th Thursdays, 7i)0 ---- 24 K. T." U) WAY
Wednesday for minor surgery. week at the home of their son her visitor. Edna Klaus. to the window disphy they will Masonic Temple : ":.1'.11' I art of

He is now home and eonvalcsc and daughter.in.law, Eddy and Jim Livingston!,: Missionary have an exhibit at the Boy J, mm II 11I..rt..to... District No 3f Lacy Ramer, linlrnent ttt."" 'f.. Liilun. uf lot ratuided t of 'Morrow lu Slat

i ing Hill Stella Zirnfuss of Sun Valley from Viet Nam spoke! about his Scout Exposition to be held I W rank IJarden Hetty Florida Nurses Aim tfuCI.: 1, I.I I IT. niiKiii1,: : rwn'ia

llvd: From here Mr. and( !Mrs work. Harry Post of Indonesia March 14 at the National Guard .- 9 Moots Second Teies, Gill Williams, Ic.rd.Meets .r. .. ( ji(I'"g tfravard. e Lrltted County.aa olluwai Florida..From'an 11.I .-

Zirnfuss plan to visit Miami gave a talk on his mission work. Armory in Cocoa. For those Junior ChamberOf 4th W.dn..4.y.7'.Ji.. ,kU.. .' 'I b'o" |>pa al the venter ofElullon
Bon Voyage C, each month p.m. 4. Townahlp :32 H< uth,
MasonIc Ttmplo t r ,
Coco)
several .
where they will meet friends already There were special numbers who remember the Scout O bail. go North
\ 'Hullillna1'nlm' Av nuePrmlilenl : ( 01': .. :: .IallI rl *
was CommerceEarl l'u\'lIo'lIo.llh
'A rollicking Bon Voyage there in song. The host church Rams ? \ thence u 1
vacationing in 1962 this s Exposition .. --
yeur .. .
silts M < ulluin KMHocrctary to
r. Uaat :US/ fuel a aleel roil for
given in honor of Airman 2el ;prepared and served a delicious will be bigger and bet Spencer P".. 1111.1.. Mlllni-r It.N. PILOT CLUB" V J> es;,. pulnl, of beginning theses
'hone AH 7.II"'It t Month ST'tt Plod 105.uj feel to
James Edwards, who is leavingon Silt luncheon The table was decorate I
Rummage) ter. Steve Pinfano
Sec'yCitizens
rril. ,
--- Mrs. Botty Jones. r aa Iron l lui, theme Miutb 1'5ii'SacS
a tour of duty in Pakistan The Community Affairs Depart I with camellia flowers. The Cubmaster Barrett also Bank Building CZJECHOSLOVAKAMERICAN ,," J20 feet along the Weal

Last Tuesday night 26 young mcnt of the Indian River City church was decorated with flagsof that the guest speaker! ainounccd Vlreti Every Thursday 7:30: P.II. CLUB Meeting 1st and 3rd WtdA ..di' >s. aiilO heel of a rod atreel; thence le an Iron ut pi Ifm aor

folks met at the home of Dole Woman Club will hoi I a rum every country and a display of -- Of Tltultv ill e 12:00 Dixl I *: Woal loans feet Iv a'i : pin;
at the Blue and Gold banquetwill litenca N, rth flu
> Went 1Ia.III:
Risnor and Wyman Bratcher of mace sale at the Chamber of each country. bu Jim Patton, DistrictFxecutive TITUSVILLE POST NoTT I 511 Crannlj Ave Executive Board Wondajr feet lo the point of beginning '

for several in Titusville Miss Ed.th Garrc.lt, a missionary Before lit WediusdafTITUSVILLE lylus within 40 feel Mouth ol the
Indian' River City Building
Commerce
: of the Boy Scouts of AMERICANLEGION IU'ulnr' mnellna-a 2nd Wrlnrilay" ifa -- ......yU... of lisle Koad 4nd. Ma>:tloa
hours. of laughter hilarious on Friday from 9 a.m. till 4:30: to Thailanl I. spoke to the ,.Ir monlh Hall oin each Tun,lay. 71)10 sold survey Sac being deacrtb-,

and refreshments of Proceeds from this sale lades; in the afternoon The Miss America Thureday anl Saturday evening,. ala tel. ae fulluwil .
games p.m. The next committee meeting 'Wi pm PUBLIC LIBRARY Begin. on the Went line of.Section
Cokes, coffee chips and dip, will go toward the Blood Machine lonary Convention begins In the Plinks! Ilrhm 4. Tnoaahlu U Mouth lUnge

homemade cookies and pop and the Ambulance Fund for the Indian River City C. and M. A. will be! held at the home of MrUirrrtt II....,., T"etrkk. C"milrI -- OF WORLD WAR I 1421 Drao Rood M fcaal; at a uolnt 5515.55 feelj or-
Del 'aul lIya,.. A"Ij,itanlMBpla VETERANS Ih.rly from the Soutbwe.t cornerSf
esplne Ave, at
Those present were: Indian River City Vol mtccr Fire Church next Wednesday. Ut and and Tueailaylegion BARRACKS lift 'nouns: aald Hautlaa 4, Mid point o| be-.
corn. Is to 7: ::JO p.m. February 5. Mon. thru Fri. t a.m. 1:00: p.m. gluaiagbeing, ; en the am ol a curve
James Edwards the honoree, men The public urged BUP'por Hall. a p m Meets first Wednesday Saturday 9 concave to the loulb.. l.rlY
Mr. this project. Anyone having: Now Post Office Loet:on Beginning un February :S i 11 each month American a.m. .1:30: p.m.Titusvill. and having' a radlcia. of JM4M
sister
his
Edwards ; -
and Mary Mrs. Kirby Edwards his rummage may call Mrs. Cromwell A large sign:; in the building adjoining Cub Scout Pack 310 will have Woman's Club of ,4I4' Union Hall with Cover Lodge: Na:1962 . feet; et thence,lb'r OOM33 a laagenl bait7runNurlbeaaterly bearIng -

and 2h7.2200) or Mrs Nunnally at Wino Dixie Store in Indian the honor of having Mrs Riley ed Dish Luncheon, 1 pm "" Loyal Order 01! along the are ofaald
brother and iistcrmlaw Titusville Inc. L. K Pepper, Comdr, ventral or
curve thru a angle 81'3030 -
River and between Winn MtCaffeity and Mrs. Edward ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Edwards, 267.2952. City Tom Wjt.son, Qm. MOOSEMeets : a distance of IM7.us feOt la
Meets>> 1st Monday of Each Month end of curve; thence North 071803
his parents; Mr. and Mrs. Dick .. ,, Meets Tuesday B '..m.I Cent SM2I7: feel to a Northerly e.-
-
Sunday School Witnetslng ,r" 'a October thru May lenelon of the Mail: line of bot 1
Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Richard TitusyilleCoin I Milo North .. Mints on U S. 1 of Morrow Mubdlvlalon Plat Cook

Shartzcr, Ralph Morris. Marilyn Campaign Mrs. J. J. Condos Prci. Jim Maltblc, Governor t, Pole 17 publla ,.".rtl. of Brevard
Churches of Brcvard County Charles f, Jacobs, Soc',. County florid. at a point 8> eel
Avery, Made Morris. Kathy Club North of the Norlheait corner of

Morris. Howard Thornton Ther tljpllst sting:;: t in Association simultaneous are efforts cooper to I PYTHIAN ,4 :: fed Wednesday. ;: said line Lot deacrlplloa I 'and: the end of Ihlxaurvey e -

tsa Thornton. Rodney Thornton, Witness. : )1';... Md Th.....,.' 'arh The land herein deecrlbed, ecoalalai : -
Doris Smuh( present a Sunday School f) SISTERS 01.011. .t ",.MI 1'1. .alFIkOT of each month Ilia square feel, more or
Wyman Brateher ...
Ing Campaign next week This PP.1r51151; I.I'll". I P. M. I.
Tl uavllln Temi le nMceu PROSrAICAanus
CIWNKOBTI\ JERRY
'
Ronnie Gicgory S0'II,
Doyle Blaster : \IIII! lIlt
effort will be led by Gus John .nl It 41 h Tire I.M
I wife MARY P5tOHASSCA.
Regina Gregory Diane Caru State Officer of the Baptist u( .lath month at Ip.m. 4 Sn ..''In.I... eal ." .. Oct. throufh May TAKE NOTICE: that a Declare
son
Peggy 1 Mr. Joinny Whlllry' MRC"' t"1 LaVorno) Hardln Him ef Taking haa .been file d In
Mabry.
way. Nancy Convention lie will conduct sess'ons Mra. Arthur IHrnni Hn,'t. TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB .-Ph. AM 7.3534 the abuve.etyled eauae. by the 1'etlllon -
Hunt and Judy Zimmerman for the pastors of all Bap r Mrs Evelyn Freeman, Pianist I 1 I ".. the acquiring authority of
after S .m.TITUSVILLE Iheae ,
p 'liroceeillaga' of the taking of
list Church' in this County at the 7.W) p.m. Thursdays the above. deacrlbed: .laada, for tbipurp'.eI

.. Church in Cocoa Flotilla Kentaurant -- ----I eat forth ,In the Petltldb la
ActivitiesLast I
Baptist
HO First KIWANIS CLUBMeet South Lake Ski sauce. via.: Aa right of *way
the Tailoring next Monday Tuesday and Wed G fur a portion of Slate 40f la
Thursday : d.o"'d
H C Bcnzcnhafcr Ur.vard County, that
Workshop sponsored by the ncsday in the morning. Each pastor TuotdoytWHISPERING President RIFLE b PISTOL CLUB the Honorable V...., li Carltoa
.
attending these sessions! will HILLS Moots one. of the Judgee ef the Circuit
Indian River City Home Dem COUNTRY CLUB J. W Screizjs, Jr., Sec'y Court In the Ninth Judicial Ctruuiiof
the in turn conduct services each lit and Ird Wednesdays7t30 Florida' ,
.
held in will oa February 3 4W4
Club was
onstration _
.
..
night in their I respective J-, ?. Chllilra, -- : .pen.Chamber at II:au A. M, In the Brevard County
Community Room of the Citizens I'real,lent of Commerce Cnurthouee at Tlluavllle. Floridacon.I .
churches. The theme will be Tom Oru Yn'r.4.r', -- ,tor said Declaration of Taking
in Titusville. ---
Bank "Using Sunday Schools in Evan. ___n__ North Brorard North BrewardR.babilltatlOn I ennolnl appralaera. sad make auraOraer
Present were: Mary .slaby. B. P. O. E.: ELKS LODGE Horiomian's Club aa u.. Court deem preper.
Sclism. One of the services will Center : All ,.rll.. le the SuIt sad all partlealaterealeil
Muriel Graham Mary Burns be on the Technique of witnessingand No 211) Moots SoconJ Monday Etch Month 421 Palm Street I may appear. sod be beardSt

Martha! Morgan, Lillian Kar- the other on Evangelistic visitation Moots Monday Nights 7.00 f. M. Meeti 2nd Thurt. every> moaA You Ski and time each sod."you. de.lgnated.are hereby'

berg Anita Smith, Diantha Rev. D. V. McAllister of I 123 S. Waihlntton Ave. Lawrinc Parker Pr... PUBLIC INVITED to appear by filing. aaAaivtr
to the Petition .frwalcommaadiid 'UM -
Pirtle Irene Harrell. Nannetl Central Baptist Church will at. I o'clock Phone AM 74e2 Pros W. Loo PartolnSoc'y la the ...".. la the entitled' Court
Moore. Addie Lee Smith. Eunice and From Vulplut, C. k. .t Mrs Martha Patilk, en er lllef.r.11111. : day of February
ten the sessions in Cocoa Runall Botchtldor, S.c.TUunllle Chris Parker, SecyNorth ._ Phone AM 7W43TITUSVtLLE A D 1964, to show what right'
.
W. C. Page :
Thomas, Mrs. In turn will each night present the title. Inlareal er lies you, or a>>. of
Hellpenstell Bro-rard Shrine Club you have la aad lo Ike above daatrlbed -
and Catherine same to his congregation. TosainnasiersMeet asia aad chow cause Jfky
Next Tuesday instead of a 3rd Thursday 7.:JO p.m. the lama shield not ba taken for
.} tile aeee and Ml tort' In

Tailoring monthly meeting Worshop of the the regular Indian The North School.side. of News Coquina Elementary PIGEON FANCIER Ken 1 I Ian Prey 610 Vanguard Avenue l ':45 TueeJoyS P.M. Moot At TLT the Ia"u".:: ::purpoaea,herein and the >eall

employee of General ]I Clectric at Cape Kennedy @ ELKS CLUB .. eaSt Court on this 1' da\ atJU".aR
,
Demonstration
Rfver City Home[ School U the scene of RlvorvlowRottiurint LITTLE A. O 1M4 .
Club will be held in the the county school raises and races pigeons as I i hobby. He is shown here Chas Mailer, Pros. THEATRE. INC. ; R BARNES
Industry as with his front Cal ol 4 and Frank Dardon See'y I Clerk of the Circuit CourtBravard
family) ( ) Richard 6 andes
Civic Center. at 11:30: am maintenance staff constructs a lit Two*. .1 Me. I:10 p, in.I County Florida .
The Program will be presented portable: Classroom to relieve (back) Kevin 34 Mrs. Franc' Frey, Ken and Donna 8. Orol- Orvls---, Pros-_._AM-757M Ph. AM 7.0363 I I I rrkaluhI.l II.. VIaT ieS'aStL Byt Bertie Hall .

Mrs Kay Bourguardo overcrowding With the steady lie has worked for GE since :I 1956 and has lived here since TITI KVItLRScottish : Deputy SiSAL Clerk ) *

Home[ by Economist .with the Increase of students, It Is DeCo 1957. At the recent South!rn Racing: Pigeon Show in Rite MKRIICHBI. W. CARNEY I
I Ceaaty
Power and Light Co. essary at this time to utilize the Cocoa Beach Ken was chair man. About 43 pigeon fan- tI Club P. O. Iii 102 : f. O, Bt.ml 1
Florida exhibited 540 birds. H has Floyd C, Brown Pros. Melbnurae' Florida, and
Her program will consist.of stage, the auditorium the library ciers
the demonstration on Proper and other areas to meet ing since 1959 plod, in that 1 ime his birds have won 12i John)!_.W.ted Fraser T.... lose:Secy.pal Rullillaf Florida .*

and safety with Electri! classes There are now twenty first places 30 Second places;i and seven third places. 90m..5e T..ploo TH Ot'Counsel>ha>eee.for the Pslltle000.ass. .

Wiring tit;. Hostesses at this meet four classroom teachers employ (Photo by B) I 211. n. Feb. I. 10. (Koa.' W4X








I
_"" :..
_. _._. ..._ 'JJ._ . ..&!!II-



__;_.__- Pj UL


I



r:


,


Page *-1 rirutvlll (Florid' *) Stir A -- -



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



----
-

CLASSIFIED For RentAPARTMENTS GLAMOR GIRLS Mobile Homes Moving Storage Real Estate I Real Estate


FOR RENT LOCAL AND LONG distance mov
I INFORMATION ers. Moving storage C packing, HOUSES FOR SALE I HOUSES FOR SALE!
CHANTICLEER: : INN, available 1 TRAILERS FOR SALE shipping cold fur storage, crat- ,
DEADLINE: 8 p.m. Day Baton bedroom newly furnished apart, Umate BEDROOM house dining room
Fre 267-3341.
Ing. *
Publication For Wed. *. Prt.II I ment. For Information and in 13 BEDROOM, I1,* bath $90 month. i iI and garage. Downtown washington .
A.M. SOt For Moo. Publication spection. Call 267-7043. i MOONLANDMobile Brevard Ridfieway Mayflower. ly. Call Wessner Realty, 267. Avenue. Suitable for small

J NOTICE I 7125. business! and home combination.
1 BEDROOM, furnished
WANT AD RATESI apartment : Frontage on 2 paved streets.
I nl per word 75.: Call 267.)9j\8.) \ Home Sales 13 BEDROOMS, $500 down $73 available. 2672311.
nl: Cbarg* SOc "NOTICE TO BROKERS ET AL:. monthly I payments. South Lake Financing
APARTMENTS AND trailers. : U.S. 1 North of Overpass Effective Jan. 22. 1964, all offersto Village 267-5830 after 5 p.m. ROUTE 46. Enjoy country livingin
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS Weekly, monthly rates, Adults I sell and listing thereof! ) for this lovely 2 bedroom home
Titusville sell
OWNER WILL
PAYABLE: IN ADVANCE only. 504 Garden. 525 acres of land ties> in Off. I 2 bedroom with;' carpeted living and dining
double utility 267-
Except EalabUabed< Account Bee. Bk. 587 282 garage room.
DUPLEX FOR RENT PC. are hereby 2470. room, large Florida room, furnished
cancelled,, arid land is hereby kitchen, utility room,
:it..lfltd Dliplny Rote t Av.nabla TOWN HOUSE style duplex 3 withdrawn from market.-Homer BY OWNER, low down payment work shop and a large 150 x 200

Ttia !llar.Advocate on Request re.srveu. thertvUse bedroom 2 bath, central I heat GRAND OPENING C. Conklinj. Jr., et al, Own. 3 bedroom 2 bath, screened beautifully landscaped lot facing
> or revising or rejecting and air, enclosed garage. 1240 I ers" porch and play room on large 'I Route 46. The back yard is
ally .dv*rtl .""iM>Rt which It dmmiclaulflcitlon sq. ft. per! unit. 2676523 after SALE corner lot alrconditioning, fenced. Priced at 13500.00 with
'JectlonabM. and to. chan. the 7 p.m. or 267-1184 9.5. I Position WantedBASS drapes, wall-to-wall/ carpeting, $2600 down. Shown by appoint
of an. ? advertisementfrom refrigerator and built In kitchen ment. Geo. M. Barley Jr., Inc.,
thai ordered to conform to AUTIIOIIIZED! SKYLINE
tht policy of thIs pap r,' HOUSES FOR RENT I DEALER GUITAR player desires I included. 2672159.: 342 So. Wash. Ave., Phone 267.
Tli. Star.Advoc.te will not be I work 3622.
3 or 4 nights a week. Ex.
_pon.ll>l. for more than on. In. 3 BEDROOM, 1 bath, $90 month Call 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, carport, ona
correct Insertion. nor will It bl ly. Call Wessner Realty 267. II :50 x 10( 2 Br. $3,885 287-7133 perienced after new equipment.. large lot. 267-03lS. I BEDROOM, 2 bath, new, low
liable for. any error In dvtrtlu. p.m.Plumbing down Nicest section inTitusvtile.
menlO to II greater extent thai 712J. I A size & price for every pocket PORT ST. JOHN lot for sale. $529 payment.. Forest Hills.\ 267-3564
(Iw coat of
the
III* hess In tile apace advertisement.occupied' by FURNISHED, 2 bedroom, 2 baths, 'book. Honest values Honest Supply down, take over $10 payments.My .
heating and aircnnditloning.' service price $600 under local mar ) BEDROOM, corner lot, fenced
$200. Whispering Hills section. I ket price.. Write Box 1403, Titus- yard, pump, reasonable down
Holiness Dial Office AH- 7-0331 M Main Street -AM 7-5212. 8-to 5.ROOMSPORRE.-- .cf Ire A square deal at all times SEPTIC TANKSof ville. I payment, assume mortgage. 267-

Office Hour 8OO: to 5:30 T- :/* Long Term Bank Financing pre-cast concrete, steel-rein EDGEWATER, 2 bedroom, brick 5599

NICE PRIVATE room and bath 4 forced, state-approved, sizes! 540 home, closed garage, fenced. Lot "
FOR SALE
Animals for single man. 267-8768. O Kllii F'Mim Sydcno.tm 1464.WotU Hi hi mrnvt k Free Delivery &: Setup I. gal*., 630 gals., 735 gals., and 1000 60 x 160. $14,200, Park Avenue I LAND
gals. Grease traps Installed, tanks 103 East Park Ave.,
"It's time to take tranquilbier Herbert." I Realty,
PRIVATE BEDROOM for gentle- your ic MARTIN'S MOBILE pumped and cleaned, drain fields Edgewater. 85 x 133 PORT MALABAR lot.
CHOCOLATE MINIATURE poodle, man. $11 weekly. 287-7197. '*, HOME SALES I relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman I Good location. Pay $400 for $700

ft male. 267-5047. -- -- --- .1224 N. U.S. 1 -N. of Overpass Septic Tanks Inc., Phone AM 7. equity and assume $15 monthly
TWO 5'4' month old AKC registered BACHELOR OWNS own home, has Ii i I---- For Sale Help Wanted ;t' Titusville 267-3081 4421. P. O. Box 2016() Titusville, payments. Call 267-6626 after 5
bedroom for rent. Completeuse
one : Florida. p m.
male )
Shepherds, Black of house. Phone after 6 p.m FIND ONE LIKE IT
and tan. 258 Weitwood Drive 2676818. WASHER, Spin Easy, good condition I Continued on Next Pig
2676374.POODLE $30; 2 burner oil stove, FEMAlE HELP WANTED ,d 3 CHICKSHA.! 6 months OIU Real Estate AND I'LL BUY IT!
ROOM: AND board 23 minutes to( $5. 2675120ILEPOSSESSEIJ .
i CLIPPING and (rOOm. Phone 267-4108. DRUG STORE work, apply In person bedroom, 1 bath. See at Oak
Cape. 288 x 8214 land and trailer. $3550.: Titusville 86 x 120 beautiful
ing. Call 267-3102 for appoint. SPINET piano due to Indian_ River Drugs.;: I ':3>oint Trailer Park, 8th trailer st house east of radio station.
wooded Lot Paved Streets
ment. ,
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies to transfer. Perfect condition. right REALESTATE
pn
for rent. SOt Orange St. 267- Take up small monthly pay. ;MATURE WOMEN: child care and I ._-T BRENTWOOD ESTATES Sidewalks. New 3 Bedroom, 2
Boats For Sale 3400. ments. housework, 4 hours daily. Call 4 well models
planned are now bath home. Central heat and
KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC after 0 p.m. 267-3612. .5 Mobile Home Brentwood Estates is minutes
: fl open. air Dishwasher. Liberal
14390. -
NEWLY FURNISHED, air
conditioning '
16-FT. MARINE: runabout 2126 W. Tropic: 267-6385 from downtown Titusville,
plywood CANVASSERS WANTED for well LIVE RENT
TV, Maid service. $25 West on Garden Street. FHA Terms. Will consider paid
with 25 Kermath Sea Cub known carpet Liberal
h.p. company.
weekly. 2327 S. Washington or ffURNITURE 3 of fine
rooms
4 cylinder marine engine. all in salary plus commission. Call VA, 23-4 bedroom homes, from for house trailer in trade. Titus.
call 2675407. furniture. 8 piece bedroom! suite.
$85 monthly include ville 1 267-2834. Robert M. Evans
every. ,
excellent condition. New TeeN :Mr McKcot' 2667-5530 95. FREEInvest I
7 piece dinette all only $13.85 .
ME 9.8385.ACREAGE
thing. 267-7142 or Builder, owner.
ciean for work.
heavy duty trailer. 700.00 LOW rates, rooms month. Decor Furniture 206
per '
cash! complete. Ambrose! 543 men. 103. Call 267-6185 or 267- N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian: River MIDDLE concession.AGED woman to work FOR SALE
Polaris Ave., B.C. 2677913. 3992. City Phone 2677613. Theatre. Crown Drive In $20 down payment and 1100-175: ft. U. S. No. 1 Front

STORE SPACE FOR RENT pay only $20 monthly and you 5 ACRES at $1500 per acre, 29% age Corner location-Can
Building & Con st. For Sale or Rent WAITRESS WANTED will buy and possess your own down and balance 3 years; 10 be bought at $40 per front
STORE, 2470 sq. ft., ideal for hard. WAITRESS EXPERIENCED, U extra large full acre trailer lot. acres at $1660 per acre, 29% HARVEY foot Additional depth
NIDY CONSTRUCTION resident. ware. Air conditioning and heat. 3 BEDROOM house, separate dining not please do not apply. No phone Become your own landlord. down, balance 5 years; 1 acre, available to( 600 ft.-Excellent ,'
la Is, commercial and remodeling On Garden St. Plenty of parking. room, family room and patio, calls: apply in person. 422 Doa't! tear up rent receipts each $2500. CaU Wessner Realty 267. terms or wlil take late model
12 years in Tltusvllle. Licensed AM 7-2326. i/V acre lot 1830 3. Smith Drive.. Washington Ave. Titusville, Florida month. More than 150 happy 7125. REAL ESTATELICENSE ear or boat a* part payment.
and bonded. Phone AM 7-2324. Phone 267-6921.. families now reside In our Beau
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT tiful Trailer Community. Only a 1100-IW Acres With 2 fur-
HOUSES FOR SAL!
Business OpportunitySMALL MALE HELP WANTED few lots left. Visit us and see SCHOOLStart ished homes and 20 orange I
STORAGE SPACE In metal building Help Wanted trees. Just South of Rt. 50 on .
for yourself the finest Mobile
TITUSVILLE, FOREST Hills this 7 P. 5!.
on Nevlns Court, rear of REAL ESTATE Tuesday U. S. No. 1 Priced at only
salesman, licensed Home Park in all Florida.
AUTO REPAIR shop, Star.Advocate building. Available custom built, S Bedrooms, 2 attend first session as our guest. 24000.
Phone 2671520. permanent, with wonder. bath, family room, formal living .
II. Hudson
Feb. 15th. See H. Howard Johnson's ful for CHRISTMAS PARK HOWELL'S
opportunity high earningsand dining, fireplaces, deluxe D13 If considering a
at Star.Advocate. advancement with Route 50 Christmas, Florida : 1l2 you are
large or
Child Care kitchen. 267-7667 or see at BUSINESS COLLEGE duplex we have 6 listed I
ganization. Draw against Phone Orlando 275-1727
NEEDS com 672 Poinsettia Ave One of which might
For Sale mission Arranged for right man. 1S28 S. Wash Ave. (U.S. 1)) or more
Direction 12 miles west of
CHILD CARE by bour, day or suit your needs. Come in orcall
week Indian River Height Waitresses! and cooks!I' good pay, Call 267.7746 Titusville for ap : U.S. No.1 & Titusville MillS, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, large 267-1161 and let us show you what ,
AM 1-57M. 250 AMPS, AC arc welder complete choice> of hours, vacation with pointment. on Highway 50. corner lot, $9,900. Phone 267-0446 we have. I

$80 230 Beverly Street. pay. hospitalization Insurance WANTED 2 experienced Chevro. NEW HOMES Forest lUlls, 4 bed
For Rent TITUSVILLE, 3 bedroom 1 bath. and, a ..eredit..Unon.A! in. let mechanics. Apply Service room and 3 b bedrooms. Completely C33-S Acres with 300 ft. U. I
I S. No. 1 Frontage and 300 ft.River .
person, 1817 So. Washington, Gus Faulk .
Manager Chevrolet,
modern kitchen, selective neighborhood airconditioned. 267 6789. _oy front. This is one of the
between hours 9-11 a m. and 24p.m.
SMALL AUTO REPAIR TRAILERS FOR RENT ---- I
shop, $750 down, take over most beautiful tracts t of landIn
:3 BEDROOM and bath, Kay-Lynn
Phone 267-1520. 2671874. Income .
mortgage. PropertyLEAVING the county it is realistically !
down and
subdivision. $500 assume
I BEDROOM: trailer newly furntslied
ARTICLES FOR RENT RUMMAGE SALE, January 31st. payments of $78 monthly. priced and can be bought
.WANTED A dedicated Christian very clean Location I
BREVARD COUNTY with as little as 2CT. down. I
-FORRENt- Titusville Chamber of Commerce with pleasant personality for Christmas Park. $50 monthly Phone. 2675286. 3154 Hallum St.
$700 rental, located
monthly now
building. church secretarial work, short.. In Mints, 8 lots or two acres plus utilities, Orlando. 2775923. BY OWNER, low down payment, 4.41-2& Acres South of I.R.C.

Floor Phone Sanders.AM 7-3255 Polishers $12, OIL heater for 5' room. lit hand, typing and filing experience land. Call or write for blanks URN1SHED, CHRISTMAS Park. 3 bedroom 2 bath, central heat $5,600 Cash. !
5
Salary
1st house east of radio station. day week necessary.40 hours. open Submit for bids. Must be back In by T.V Shop. Orlando 2750705. and air, shallow well payments I D41-100 ft. Route 50 Frontagewith I
1st. Down ._ $30 monthly 2675786.
February
payment
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET bedroom home Land
resume of experience to Box F. 2 -
3 PIECE less than 1/3 remainder 4%) on
set :fAobaffeCt'sJln: ; bed Star. Advocate.EXPERIENCED. LAKEFRONT, LAKE Harney. St. alone worth asking price of I
room
balance monthly
Baldwin Shopping Center unpaid pay
location $17,500. with good terms.
Shelton ; Johns River excellent ,
(complete' ) 2672045. Mrs. RETAIL salesclerks ments. At present Income place :
Silva. 1035 Rosella Lane men or women wanted. pay for self In few years. Phone FOR SALE nearly new house furnished.fireplace$13,500., barbeque ACREAGE We have tract of I
and 2157-2728( cr P. O. Box 131, tUms, partly 12vh5102oacresand
State experience, age earn
VALUE PLUS USED REFRIGERATOR good Geneva, 3493191. I
Box T. Florida. Let us know what
Star Advocate
ings. up J
dition. $35: .00. Call 2677379. I
) BEDROOMS, 2 bath, central heat you need and we'll show it I
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, new, PRACTICE PIANO 24' Safari House Trailer, and air, low equity, Gardendale. to you. I

close to schools and shop- Reconditioned and refinished APARTMENT self-container GMC I Call Matthews UL3-674S or AM?.
ping. Price is only $13,500 Good condition. $125, Baby Grand. For SaleLeft on hy- 7771

with terms to be arranged. 2128 KIRK Tropic SCHOOL St. OF MUSIC 267-8383 HOUSE SITE Iramatic truck chassis. I GARDENDALE, 3 bedroom, 2 ARROW !

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large bath, central heat and air, Small
corner lot, good location, FURNITURE over from Located in downtown Ti Very Lpw Mileage equity, $113.75 monthly. 267.6477, I

priced at only $15,500! () and BRAND NEW overstocked. Must Govt. condemnation tusville with 320' of front ._
sell 7 piece living room suites. on Hopkins Ave. andan NEW $11,000 REALTY
we can arrange financing. .77.3 complete $248.50, age
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2-car $119 no money down easy rooms terras. Call BARGAIN PRICESDavid average depth of 1170'() NOW 3,800 Homes 4 Sale FIDLJ1 1J( j

carport, Florida room, completely 2675735. Open Sunday, 10-8 we have one of the most desirable

landscaped & price Bradley garden trac apartment house AlA Vi mile northof 1171-Extra nice 3 Bedroom 2 t J 311 North Dixie Highway i

price is only $16,500 with cultivator disc sites to be found. Price is Bath home near High School
tor with Haulover Canal -Florida room 80' x 100' : Indian River City i
$695.00 down, monthly payments FURNITURE mower .. . $125 only $300 per front foot or fenced lot 15250.- selling r M 7E2 t
$115.00 including less than $.26 per square BELL MOTEL : AM 7-7037 I
only $103. monthly
price pays i ...t".49: #4: '
ever thtng."' Case tractor & disc $350 foot. The site is located all Equity 4850. Owner {

3 rooms of fine furniture- midway between Titusville Will take back some 2nd mort. ldlEDNAtff.\.1: es. Don R. Mancini Broker II I

Call anytime for appoint B piece bedroom suit, 7 Jeep, 4 wheel drive causeway and the new gage II I
. $400 Motor Scooter r
I
ment to see.0Ej.TpBs. pickup .1
piece living room group and NASA causeway, just southof 1177-1 Bedroom 1 Bath home-

:5 s piece dinette All for !51-62 Cadillac . $400 Indian River City. Let ''62 ALLSTATE scooter, $175, good Florida Room Large beau.
tiful lot 100' x 125' 7400. I
r Only Bantam tractor with 36" tract us show today.you this desirable condition. 2675248. Owner will finance $1,000 "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"Cci&W

.". '. $450 down. C
.
mower .
S$13.85 ,;.t I
BE SAFE! H79-FHA take back home -

20' sections extension lad : \ 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Oil .
:
Per Mo. der, aluminum . $40 : wall heater WhisperingHills n
Home fully repaired. 1 I
DECORFURNITURE :. BE SURE!
2" gas powered water ltJ. 14000. $450 down.

pump . . . $40 m. ; 11832 Bedroom Furnished AM Telephone,.zgU ,
,
: Deal Only home near new Causeway -
Indian River City 1 lawn edger $25 I
i I
Wood floors, extra large room
412 Main St. Titusv'lle' Fla.
,
Phone 267-7813 R'E: L"O 8.S':'{ 10800. Some terms.H95 1. If you are considering a home in the North Brevardarea

Phone 267-3000 206 N. Magnolia AT.. BELL MOTEL ................. t., I WithAREALTOR -Country atmosphere in call one of our trained, experienced sales staffto
This fine 2 Bedroom conduct a tour for your family over the entire

AlA Vt mile northof 412 Main St. Titusville, Fla. home city -on large lot with 14 area. We have new and older homes in nearly

Haulover Canal I I beautiful orange trees-Total every section with price and terms to fit almost
SEE Phone 267-5000 price only 9000. Some any budget. !
OAKWOODTODAYMOBILE Look for this terms.
I
--
symbol for your. Family moved here from 2. New three bedroom, 2 bath house. Central heat
protection. It signifies 8 Zephyrtufls, Tampa, they
near
HOME SUBDIVISIONFeatu real nice homeon and air conditioning. Modern built.in electric kit
SITE SEE ING? integrity I have a country
and 8 acres. This is only a 2 chen with dish washer. $14,390 with terms. No

ring: high profes- hour drive from Titusville. delay in occupying. Hurry on this one!
CONFIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL: INDUSTRIAL sional standing. Deal only They said to( sell it, selling

1 with a Realtor Only a pays price all.$15,500.Some, $77.terms.a month 3. New FOUR BED ROOM HOME. Beautiful built in ,

LARGE 75' x 110'LOTS LARGE POOL SITE SELECTIONIT Realtor displays this seal. kitchen. Central heat with air optional. Choice '

I WITH S SHUTFLZBOABDL George M. Barley, Jr., CAN'T FIND A RENTAL! community. 18200.00 with terms.

CAN BE NO OTHER WAY HOME FROM
Inc. BUY A -
WATER HORSESHOES, Etc.. WE GO TO WORK FOR YOUR INTERESTS I Bryan-Conway & I 4. We have several new three bed room, 2 bath homes

Winstead, Inc. ranging from 14750.00 to 16500.00 with down pay
ARROWREALTY ments of $450.00() to $700.00. May be occupied imme-
SITE SEE US FIRST! J. W. Childre, Realtor dietely.
$30
$95 DOWN MONTHLYTO C Conforti, Realty

i IT PAYS C Sydney Schwartz 5. We have one two bedroom rental as this ad goesto

REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusvill go north on S Danenburg's Beach press.

U.S. t to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more Realty

mile to our entrance on right. For free informationcall Duffy's Real Estate 311 N. Dixie Highway
Campbell Associates Inc.
267- 586. Edwards Realty Indian River City, Fla. l'Jan.eonwa'J & U/MlaJ( Jsnc.

REALTORS Ed Kittles Agency
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAVf S L. B. Newman I AM 7-7037 REALTORS INSURORSDial 1)

210 S. WASHINGTON 267-7374 Don R. Mancini Broker AM 72011 Day Night or HolidaysjLJJ.
AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK "Our Reputation Depends On You" I M. N. Weir & Son, Inc. I


: -

.


i . . . ...
: -.i" :Yki -
,
I It, ct"w.) "" :. : . --... ... .... .b -a-. ,. .--- .. :.rr' -
'J ... ._.. __ _
t -
l --o'---r 'I .......--
.._ 1 :'._ ._. ..... ____....._a-----r o1"e--a.-nma.ne a.-t..sr



.- --,- -- - J4y_ VU. C J J II. r$ i. 'iT r \
-- -
--- - -
- - -













ft\I.y\ Jlnu.ry 27, 9M TltulYlli. (IFlor141) It.hAd"..., 'II. 7-B > dO.
,I
I



I I Star-Advocate Classified- Ads I PUBLIC NOTICES





Continued From Proceeding Pig Services I who are not known to b. hAd or i TIlE; TilE of natl. lIne herein described. :115 North LaFayette. Street. Eait boundary of the SF104 of _. ..
I Services I .lIv.: ru ;n N/IW I tt"I"I. '. t4 I ,; morn or lena Utaul, laland Nrbraika. the NW. of 8.ctlon 4. North
:
'( TUl n-IS a ROAD I tOil IUU.'t XT". OWNED lttylI.3I1A N"; S.' K.: CtM.: t MUD Ne. Kat 1* 41 25'' Meet a ijlalanra of
Real Estate ANYKIND; of sewing and alterations PUNTING, expert reliable and 4,14 .1'\. ) CUt'NIV TEN ; tl."IIIU\. M1N mil huaeaiul JohN;:. K John f. trwlller) V'>IH feet to cut Iron rod In the

Elsie Chaudom I ADDRESSES: !: t.S0h 'ei. MM) CI'MMIVS: I SIt South AvenuaAparimenl occupied Mouth boundary of
LOTS FOR SALE Minis 2674193. satisfying work. Estimates gladly Join AlrctlHoulh 'Oil lid K 4IP Rl'LK Jal PARCEL M). 107.1bORROW A-40 Srconermiailelphla. eatd laoda of Jerry Janacek and ,
area.INCOME AM 70773. Fork BUtloi STATE ROAD DEPARl'ME-MT' OFFLttRIRA PIT Penniylvanla wife Deed Hook JI3, pine 31191thpnce

-= -- \%,..t Pltlni Mo. aa Ageacy e( the Stale I BORROW PIT No. 9 IFFY: OF KHL Ne. 1/11.1: along the occupieiiolhth d '
TAX and bookkeeping FREE LP bottled gas installation. lilt D No. 104.1 g{ Florida, STATiON: IC7J+K1 tPARTln ) Wilbur Kulecakau' boundary of nalil Janacektract
service, 2673516. H.f Burgess 4 Norman R Aired Petltloiwr.bPTTT .t part of :'JU North LaFiyetta. direct. paralli-l. to the North .
208 N. U. S. No. Titusville.
DON'T PAY RENT! Associates. 1, SoulS Fork Walton v. fha W4 of aR'. of NW 4 ofHectlon tArsal lelanil.' Nebraeka boundary of the NW', nf ago,..
Suburban! Propane Gas Service. I Wool Plain. Mo HANOdHN! *l al, 3, Tawnaalp 5. Suulh HUD No. 128.1 said 1 Hoc, 4, South IU'1':1": Meal.
WELLS 2676411. clOD No. 1041Charloti Drfenilanta. lOunge :M Fa.it, Clyde,' I'rwlller a alliance. of ::1 125.0'; .1 feet la anIraa
AND PUMPS. No money Whlgan lUlon NOTICE or EMINENT!: DOMAIN lying within the following ducrlbedbuuiidarlea l 1JJ3 West l.oulee tlreel rod la the /H boundary of
TRAILER down, 36 months. Phone AM 7. NIDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Con. 411 oj Vacation Lam I'HOlhEDl.NGlIN "' to-wlt: Grand Island Nearaika Margin tract (liOnel I Uuolt 6J,
3245 for appointment. Cook's Arlington. Vlrfinla THH NAME AND RY THBAITI1UHITV i Cnmntenie. on. the. flnuih boundary LORD No. 1X1kllaabeth i'npn 49> tk eriv'iioegu.a, Id Eeietuadnry
Well Drilling Service. crete work, masonry roofing, aiR!) 1'1'... IUS.} Of THal TATB Ut of Section 34 Township. :a Ifimth, : I'rwlllerA .. Mouth 1 41 .''I' Kant a t.
carpentry and remodeling Wllllim A. Eaton FLORIDA, Kang Je Root' at a point 6H4..1)' .... I'nkaown dletanoe. of ICi.t: feet< t"ao old
OWNERSWe SINGER Phone AM 72328. 4.92: Vacation Lan 10 ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCKHN feet Weit from the Ktsihea.ieorner, Kill No I2MIHKCrillN Iran pipe which ", .rk. tbe Ha ,
SEWING Machine Co., Arlington. VlrflnlaOKU and to all peraona and part- thoreaf.. run then,'. North u-OtW.; I: TlllriU-MflS: STATK ROAD oornnr of said Morgan Imoet'thence i "
sales and service. Picking shears No. 1091 lea claiming or having any right WetS H08D 1 fret thenci South 19* '1Ii) &lIU'V; AItU COUNTY DEStHll1-: : I parallel t,, ttie afnrpialdNorth I.

etc. sharpened. Phone AM? 7. Used Cars & Trucks ROM Platt title Interfet. eetale, tnortgige or 35.30" \\'eet 2:*1 ai fuel; Ikente Mouth TIONSI'AKCBL boundary f 'ihr NW'4 ofteutlon
have beautiful full acre mo 2244. 615 drunauer Place other. lien. to or on tboee certain U'a4'3Ul BiU feel Id t the North' : NO. 1311. 1221 4 and nlrng th,' <>. c upSet.
Fair Lawn. Nrw irrvy. parcels. .f land hereinafter. deet.rlbeil. eaet earner of llorrow III No. 9 and RIGHT OF WAY eTeulh boundary of iuil\ Mo-gan t
bile home loU, size, ICO x 440, 1351! FORD pickup good tires, *xrtlltnt !SRi' ) No. l a.l. 1U4 IMS aad the following pereoai together te the point of hrglnnlng: run That part nt, tracl and. ,other, Ian.In South 1111'!
419): ) Site dl.tan
of .124 89
DOWN and $20 MONTH Fred U til-Ill I. with all unknown pereoae claimingby theme Houth WS6:\1))" Weil IMil Lul 113 In the \VU of Section it
(or $20 DRESSMAKING ORIGINAL styling runnng conditon. Discuss Lawrractvtllo. Vlrflnla through ar under known persona feel; theme floiith ()'34'Iti") bait: boil II, Town.hlp 2J Houth. Range feel to an Iron rod In the Weal *
expertly fitted. alterationsfor $175 or best offer. Can tee SRI No. 111.1 who. are dead or wbe are not feel) Ibenoe. North BH'JflJo' KaalIhMI ito Hail nf ritunllle Fruit andrarin bouudaiy nf the VW', of theafitreaald *
Move la now Trailer Living at 364 No. Coquina or Call 2C7- Pearl H. SettleLawrenc.vltt. known to be dead or alive, feel, hence North tJ4JO" Weal Lamia tompany Hubdlvli-, : Mec 4. theme along
at its best.; men and women's garments. 3102. ., VlnlnlaBKD HfcCTUlN: tOiJn-J-ioa: : STATE ROAD (1)011) feet. to the point of beginningCnntalnlng : lon, cording to plat recorded sold Writ boundary Mouth 3'Oerllti"
Lillian Hudson. ?2673158. No. 11T1 I(-till) IIRHVARD COUNTY 848 .cr.... more or k ... U I'lut Hook 2. page. 20, public Keat: a ,Iiatun"'. of M611.38'' 5
: C. A, WillIams, Jr. NAMES *: ADDRESSESJoirph ()\>'NHJ: HY lil>WAKI> A. MALTIH rrconla. of Hrevard l County feet lo the: point of beginning,
57 DODOS:, 4 door hardtop, $371. 37 Jackson Road ntelannklIt and wife. ETHEl: 8. HALT- Florida."' lying within 100 fret of lha centerline
CHRISTMAS PARK 267.4501. Scltutte MauachimtUi8R1 ) South Main Street Kit lying within > No. 1091 Manvllle. New JerieyRD Mwtlon 7IHBO I mill. i rater. line
SEWING MACHINE TAKE: NOTICE Ihll a TerUra- survey' Una of Slats Roml 406, Dec-
i960 PLYMOUTH, ledan. clean Kay Eleanor John William $ No. 1T31 1733 tine of Taking hn been filed In tin TliUki: aald aurvey tine being. bring deecrlhed on 1c.flowoComm
Repairs 11 Jackaon Roatacituste. Loretta nielanekl the ,i.rlbed, .. fnllowallegln : ." on the South line of !Peon
West of Indian River low mileage $793. Call between auova-etyled cause by the Fall
11 :Miles .'.' .
MaauchUMtta 10 Sooth Main 8treet tloner the acquiring authority of al the Southwest corner nf tlnn 6, Township Houlh.: Kange.an
City on Rt. 50. Christmas, Flor. Singer Necchl I 68pm. 2675783. !SRD! No 10S1 Maavllle New h..., taaee proc..dint.., of the telling of Million 11. township 22 Mouth Kant at a point :tIlT "'m feet West
ida Phone Orlando 275.1939 SECTION T01 tt-, &iiS: liT A TII1 ROAD .HU No. 1731, 1731 the above-den.rlbed I.III., for the llange 3i Keel, and run North IM'14' from the ltoUI b..1 corner ef laid '
White Morse JEEP, alrdu: open type, overaixe 4H5 HREVARU COUNTY OKHCRIfTIONb : Agnea C. B Cummlna purpoee aet forth In t the PetitIon &2" haul 4TM10' feel In the North SectIon 6 iHouthweit corner of !So o
Make Guaranteed I tire wheels, $495 John P. U. Hox ltlehttecky In, ihla caun. vII A. right of way line of' laid hectlon IT at a pointS then 4 of isiS Townehlp and Kange)
Any Service
Tourney. 267-H71. 8PU No 108.1 :'i.lnt. Long Inland for a portion at Stale Head, No. 9I S fret Rant: of the Northweil. cor- and run North 41'304H' Wcit :.U fuel
ServicesANY PHONE 267-3139 i KIUHT Or WAY pw (.1.951 I In llrevard County. Florida, see nt eilil Meotlon 17 and the end of for a Polnl of llrflnnlng, thence
That part od 8RD No. 114.1 and that the Honorable William) OAkrldge I hi. survey. line deecrlutlonALSO run North 48'2I1U" hail: I. parallel lo
1961 FALCON. 2 door stick shift Lot IT. North of Mat Road BO, Joan R. CummlnaI one of the Juclgra of the and, 32 feet Northerly of tha survey.
: KIN'D:: of sewing and alterations radio and heater 267.2900. In Section 2:*. Town.hlp U Houlh, *. U. Bon 1U4A Circuit.. Court of the Ninin Judicial A trlenuli parcel of land In 'aald line of Claim Road 406< meaeured at
Elsie Chaudom 267.4193 Ha me 36 Eaat. of Tltuavlll Kathy Point, Long Inland Circuit of Horhla, will on January I Lot 11J ,ili-acrlbed' ai folluwi : Cot,,- rltfhl anal,. thereto a dlitanea of
I "61 VOLI Mima area.INCOME new battery $1195. 267.0289 or Subdivision according to pIll No. 1141 Courlhouee al Mockl...... FlnrUla, eald, Heillon IT .and run North on* curve concave to the Houthraiterly
-- --- pieS recorded In Plat Hook 2, Herman W. Lang aa Trustee conilder. paid Deilaratliin. nf Tak-. 14'W Kiel 199 HI feet thence Hnuth and: having a radlua of J1W4.M feeL .
: TAX returns prepared. f" 267.4527. pn.e 24. public ratorda ol It..... ut4: Luella Avenue) log, appoint ppralarra, and makeeuch 89M608-:"m till feet. for. a POINT thence Norlheaeierly along the are
Phone 2673183. $3.00 and up. vard ('oU.I,, Floridallylnc ihli-agu. Illlaola Order ei the Court ,deemi pro- UF llrOIVNINO: on the new Fuel: nf laid curve. through a central
i) I LIKE NEW within M feet Kaat: of the r anD No. 1721 per. All pertli-i to the suIt and allpartlea right of way line of Slate liond 4116 angln of 311'. '6iJ< a dUtance of
in roof Writ line of acid Hrctlon 28; Con. Ethel: a. Ratter. Interfiled and ai above located; from aalil I'nlnt limit: 19 feel In. end. of curve, thenca
FOR A HOLE your or a Privately owned, 1962 Ford Gal. Ulnlng M3 acre, more or IruOWNhD 413 Rant Diamond Avenue be heard at the time may and appear place da- at Heilnnlng. run North :r7'31)WKail North 17 MS'02': bait. 2611: H feel tea >
whole new roof, painting, acldi \\t I axle 500 X-L hardtop coupe excellent : HY: KAY KLKANOn: Ualtheriburg, Maryland 'Ignaled.You : Man fret, theme North DJ' Northerly extenalnn. of the Eaet,
and All JOHN WILLIAMS and. her MRD' No. 1171 line nf I.ot 1 ,of Morrow/ Subdlvla-,
(Ions, general repairs condition. Call Wood, hue- and each of you. are hereby 2UU8 Weil 114'' feel In the new Fait -
work guaranteed, licensed and band C. A. WILLIAM JR. Howard A. Halter right of way line of slate Knad\ <16; iou Plat !Hook 1. page 17. publU)
267 2112. SRD No. 1041 4).2) Rant: Diamond Avenue commanded to appear by filing an thence Mouth 'IMI'UW) West SUnlit r.cord. of llrevard County. FlorIda. ,
bonded. 2673411. ClaltheriburK. MarylandI : Anaxer In the Petition heretoforefiled fn>t, !lena, laid. at a point 83 feet North of thaNorlheant
more
_ RIGHT OF WAY along right
'59 FORD, Galaxle: $50 and take Thnt of I I DRP No. 171 In thl. caune In lie abooa.enlillist of way n't: to Ihe; point: I of beginning corner .of laid Lot 1 and
INCOME TAX RETURNSby gi over payments. $37.29 monthly. Lnti part 1 thru: *, Inclualva Block 4.Hlncoaora SECTION 702at403 STATE ltd AIIllIMt 1 (""url, on ne before F.brll'l the end of. thle center. line doocrlptIon. .
I
COUNTYiSiCieL'tlt'TlOlO 24 1IM4. In' chow what
S HKKVAHD cry 'ianI .
or appointment.Licensed. The herein deirrlbed conlalna71k
telephone 287-7076. gubdlvlalon In Ueotlon ;
title, Inherent or Hen or
you
;: ; any
trained I experienced: J*, Townahlp 11 South fARCKL NO. 1721ISOItROW of you, have la. and la the .b""... .,re. imin nr ,IKBI Th. land herein. ileecrlbed contalna.M
R W. Copeland. 2670274. I a '54 MERCURY hardtop automa. Ranee 88 SCant acoordlnf to plat PIT I denrlbed lanili, and ahow mud OWN*:I) UY: NATHAN 111.ANK- acre, more or leiaOWNED .

--' ...----- A. tic radio and heater. $200. 267. recorded. In Plat Hook 6, page lit, BORROW PIT NO. 3. EFT OF why the same ehould not be takenfur THIN IU.ANKHTKIN: and wife IIKTTY V. : BY: HENRY BASS anil
public record. of Urevard wife MINNlhl I HAH. and, JAt..KOctl.IIN
tha uaea and eel forthIn
STATION ItH4.I+OO (PAUT) purposes
2603. County; Florida; That p.rt of, the Petition filed herein, !rU'RJMT' : TO: Intereel If any, of :Jt and wife ARLKNHUOI ,.
KhRNAItl: I) MltANIVKIN and,
lylnf within II feet Rant of the Weal WIto( of NW'4' of SK'! ', and WH WiTNESS my Hand mil the Seal wife : ) KitSt'IiJPIK'T :
(IERTItL'Il'l
PACKARD, good condition. extelltnt lion Section 28 of aald Court tun SUlk of IIHAND- Tt: MORTGAGE record-
Down of Townehlp 22 or 8W of HK 4 of Keutlnn 8, pa day \Y KINPAItCEI:
$100 chrome, $'75. Call 267- Sooth Range 85 Knit, Townahlp :JM Mouth Range 3D! January A. D 1944CUHTIlt : No. U81RltlllT eel In O. It. Huok 111.I puce Mil
1958 MERCURY 6227 rnntulnlng .20 acre, not or I.... Kent (lain known aa Lola' 4 and R IIArtNFt held hv CITIZENS: HANK OK
OWNED HYl I'IUIMAN.AJ.llJoD' : U In Heillon 8. Townihlp iMouth. $ Clerk of The Circuit Court, In OF WAY ORLANDO
"CHEVY. Impala Super Sport aleo known ... Norman Aired. ) Range 80 Kant according I aad for Brevard County, That part of PARCEL... 1141. 1343RH1IIT
$45 Per Mo 4 Dr. Auto., Heater all and wife JEAN AURKU: lo plat of "'Iorld.-I ndl..n. River "Iorl .. Lot tm In the !RRU!I of Section OF WAY
11,000 milts, V-S. automatic SOD No. 1UD1 Land Compaay Subdlvlalon ae II, Townahlp 22 Houth, U..n..116. That part ofCommenting:
accessories silver blin 1 owner.Exceptlonaily RIOIIT OP WAY recorded In Plat Kook I. page 80 Sly: Bertie Itll. Kail: of Tltiuvllle Fruit and,
$$495 Clerk at tha Northeait
Nice 3-bedroom homes, clean. Sacrifice That part of, of the Public Recorda. of Hrevard Deputy(:HKALIJAMEfl : Inn rarm according Landi Company;la. pint recorded Mubillvle., corner of thin MIS'* of NWk of..7,

$2650. 207-6967 or M7-1441. Lot 33 In the NE'l!:' of Citation' 19.Townehlp County Florida I J RICHARUHONHollaad Plat Hook, 2. page ill publlo recordi Martinis 4. Townihlp 22 South,
21 Mouth' Range 86 lying within the following deicrlbejbnundarlea BuildingTallahaeiee of Hrevard t'nunly' Florida" Rapge S6 ':a.t. thencirun South
% hour from Cape. }:ul. of Tltuavtlla .'rul'a.,1 to-wlti: Commence on HoililaOf lying within 112 cent Wool of Ihelurvey 1' 4I2U' reel: TIM feet thence *,to
1958 FORD Wanted To Buy Farm Laniln Company Bubillvlalon the South boundary uf feetilon, V4. Couniel for the Pellllaner. line nf Road' Norlh ltt'894111 Went 4M fee; ,....

Trans-Florida Realty, Inc., according to plat recorded Townehlp 17 Bouth Range 86 KnIt Jan. 13. 20 87. Feb 8 ,(Mon.>)> 1M4.IN lion ToltW, 1:1.r :5'b"a; thence Houlh i'4t'J0" Rust 87214, ..,
Fac. Air Auto. In Plat Hook 2, page 29 publlo at a point (84.20 feet Weit from tbSautbea.t : I described aa follow.! fret to th center.C of South Html' .
Orlando Wagon, USED AUTOMOBILES, City Auto recorda of Hrevaixl County' norner thereof run "nc I Tilt: CIIII'tT'fhi'ltT OF THMMMH ll'gln al the Houlheaat corner of for. POINT OF llr.UINNINU: ;
Dr. '
2531 Edgewater Florida S.ulb U'66"JO" East: 8310.:10: feet; \t. IKriir, IN from nail Point
0I1111e1 "Section 18, Townihlp 22 Mnuth, I"OfwJt
:
$$495 Parts. AM 73686. lying within 132 f..1V..t. of the t..noe Mouth "II\'SO": Welt fIOO feet I mi r-OH HMKVARII < OI'NTY. Itange 86 FocI, and run North Oil' run North 72ll,,.. ..
Phone 241.9553 to the point of beginning, run thenca fret. tneiice Norl.j ..9'119'48"V....,
Baal! line of geotloa 10, Towaahlp U IOKIIM. 5, 14 Kent: 471$ lit' fret. to lite North
South, Range W Eaat: North U'II4I'IOI" Wet 2fiO feel thence I. tU Ml. MM line of Hoi'tlon IT. of laid. ) township yl fuel: theme Sooth 1'4/11": l
--- -- OLD COINS WANTED Containing 1.5 0.croa, more or Ic... South H H6.tm: ) Went I OWNED HY: CHAIiLOTTE Mill- South 0'0430' Eaet U0: <> feet thenca OK FLORIDA, an Agency. of the ef the Northeaet corner of said Unction Deed: lhlll't nige SliT a ""?"
1962 DODGE BUYING AND selling coins since OAN bATON: and her. huaband North 11'13'11Ita.l' eUO feel. thonca State of Florida, III and the and of thla survey \\ .t") 684.01
Investor. 1940 aiiure you of a stjuart deal VMLI1AM A. EATON. North 0-IM8U* Weal I" feel to the .n,1 Una denrlpllon feet lo a point In lha center of.

For The i "6" St. R&H at all times we carry a complete BUBJKCT Ti). Intrreit. If say, of Point of Ueglnnlng, BHHVARD COUNTY a political The land herein deicrlbed. contain the propoied t extennlon Weeterlyrf
2 Dr., RICHARD T. RK1N8CH, aa to J':4: a're. more oA'N'd' Kubdlvlilon of tha Slain .of l.tlW acrei flume or lens. South Klreet; thence North
stock of coin supplies at reduced< an unrecorded CeatraU la fur OWNEI HERMAN: W. : riorlda, an' II'40" Kaet ,179: M f.'cl. to tllm ...,
100 AcresLet I $$1495 prices. You will t bt satisfied all chaieSRD A. TrualftaPAHCEl I Pellllonera, OWNED Wlilow.BY MATTIK MINNIE II JEPSON tUtl'ID, point of beginning; ?

ways when you buy or sell at No. 117.1 NO 173.I, 1732 FIT v. and MAlt? II. HANOVKIl, WillPy lying within sIll feet North of the-
IIORKQW CAROLYN D BAKER .t al., eurvry line of Htate Hoe.I 4ur. K-e- .,,...
RIGHT OP WAYThat ,
I CAItl IIANOVUrl. ART
this choice and Dorothy Boyle .
show Philip ? *X>H IIORItnW PIT
HAUL BOUTH .
us you Difendanti III tlon 70IIUI' W. of Htaltnn. 2*'>H)'(Ol) )
parcel of land in the growth 1023 Rldgewood Ave. Lot part 48 In of the: NW'i' of 'Section I 20, NO I. KW or STATION 107.1rftl NOTirr or" SIlLS aiftt* UMWIL.I.ICK R HANOVMl I alive UL1/AIIKTII. I oe If deceaeed and 1 lying within 4t() f'
1961 t FALCON f Holly Hill, Florida on Rt. No. lownehlp a aoutn, :Range US If ART>)>of NOTICE OF EMINENT: DOMAIN any unknown hrtra\ da.vi. ;V.aald I aurvey llne_uAl 'a.atioa
area close to Titusville. Tbaliar' : 2411+00, aald. curve.F tine and anidt0:1
CL3-2794 Member 2LII. C. C. Ea.l. of Tltgnvlllo Frail and PRO..UIDIItIl1IN ) I .... and/or other clalmantaunder '
100 acres of prime land Delux R&H. Farm Landa Compaay Bubdlvle- The 8''%" of tcllnn) S.. Townahlp THE: NAMK: AND BY TIIK said Mary II Hanover, : : locat.d and deacrltwd., .;
4 Dr. Auto. South an 1.1:
ion according la pinS recorded In 27 Kania AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OK VVIdow. Carl' lUnover Arthur .
ready for development Wanted To Rent Plat Hook 2, page 3V, publla. ..... lying within Iba following deacrlbudboun FIAW,[JAI Hanover, and hlliabiitli: I'rwlller Begin on tha WeSt lIne of section
... ,Uriel. to-wlt; Commi-nca on ,1 IT MAY CON. 4, Townihlp iJ "OL'."'', Range 88
$$1095I orda of llrevard County }'Iorlel. ,.tI ALL WHOM : UK:I Nil AIL 1IIN 111<:11121.
priced at only $2200 per lying within bS feet Real of the the South boundary ol faction 84. CFIIN and lo all permit anil par- AT-LAW OF! F. W. HANOVrR: hail, at a point 1$.,Jit feel North'arty .

acre with excellent terms, I YOUNG BUSINESS MAN desiresto Welt line of flfctlon :10 Townihlp U Townahlp 27 Houlh. Range 36 Etit.t : then claiming or having any right ALSO KNOWN Al FltkDKK-!: from the fcauihweit corner of.
rent clean 2 bedroom homeon South Itange :du Rant: t point 611..20 feat Wail from lhartuulaaaiil title, Intereel, eataia, mortgage, or ICK Wll.I.I AM hANOVER, saId Section 4, laid point of beginning
or $1,800 per acre for all List Of CarsMcCotter- Containing 64 acr., Snore or lena. cornar thereof, run thence other lien to or on tboee lerlala DhiCEAHHU.: being on the arc of a curve

cash at closing. Call us today I permanent basis year round. OWNED BY: FREt> I). UBTTLE North 0.0uSD" Went SUMO feat. parcel of land hereinafter ,deeorlbed, SUBJECT: TI). Interest. If any, of concave lo the Rout heaoter iy and'
stove and refrigerator thaiuio South SS'MdO'>> Wail 120 aft tngnlineewith having a radium of I8J feat;
Prefer and wife PEARL II. IETTJI5SRD and the following pomona Turtle Hanover, Leighton U.ISuss'vsr .
Reply to Box 1648 Titusville. No. 1S3I. 163.2. 1M3 to the point of beginnIng, run all unkaawa perioal claiming' Jean Hanover, known IHenuo from a tangent. bearing of
North O'lW To") Wait 60 faat. .
RIGHT OF WAY thence by through or under known per h..lr. of Carl H.nooersn S sny North 56ad32' Kiel: run Nnrtheait .
F3 y -' > i" That part of Lot. 83 lying North, and thence Houlh W253O" Wait 261111 aona who are dead, or who> an sot unknown h..lr.. ; Cora; Ifa000er, erly along lb. arc of aald, curve,
r.FI-4 tfva Work Wanted Id) and feet lhania South O'MW Baal 113 ..' dead alive! thru a central angle uf JfJV30': e.
i li riwi'O Went of preeenl male) Head kno n to be or boil Hanover boa If Kutachkau -
i..r. : ,*;ii*'" .ii Eaat of a line parallel. to and 107 feet.I. thence North t21'30" Kant 811 HM'TION TOI6D-25IIJ< KREVARn: and huabaml Wilbur Kulthkau dial ancee it 11ItI1.... frrt to end at-
.
ziIWF2iVI feet Went of the .ait line of said frat, tbenca North U'84'3W..t COUNTY mi 406 NAMES AND known heirs uf Arthur curve; thence. Nnith M7MI03 East:
fI.II: l ; !/ DAY WORK ON Monday and Sat Lot 3J, In Section 30. Towtwhlp 2*, 5th I3 rant thence North 19'25'30" Rant;: ADDRVJilIIJO Hanover and any unknown ilMIT fort to Ktatlon 210 i 00, thoneooonllnue -
Ford .SI of bef In-
t Hoi feet to the point North eTISua Kaat: 2i 140.P
Babysitting at night South, Range 84 Eael according U Henry Baa helra; Clyde L'rwlllrr, Wilma W. .
urdays. nine.Conlalnlnf. 7U lie to a Northerly extenelon efIhe
; Fiat of Tltuavllla Fruit and boris AvenuaWhite Harmon John F Urwlller also
r 267-3158 Clara Austin. ,.. 1 IT tcraa lem. 23 Hurling boat. Una of Lot I of Morrow'ailuhllvlslon
Landi Company fluedjvl.lon' MY' 'p r.orllj.r: (. PlaUa, New. York known ar Jack I'rwlller. known .
In Hook 2. 2U, pub. OWNED ".1,. at Ellaabelh Urwilier and Plat Huok 1, pige IT.
corded Plat page 1NIJ: : 134.1 1342
SRD Na. liSt, '
Division FRI and wife LOKETTA H1K- .
Trade In week trial. general publIc recorda of Hrevard County,
L I FREE ONE lie xecorde of Ureverd County; FlorIda Minnie Bose any unknown helriInlereel '
office work desired. 2673574 bring that part of aid Lot 8i LANCE I ISL'ItJk'CT 22 HurlIn AcesCe I of Roy Roberta, ai lo Florida at a polnl 33 feet North of'
TO MOKTOAOE raoorilad .
: .
Avenue of sail Lot 1and
South Washington Wait of unrecorded ttie Norlhaant corner
North and present contract to
730 lying I'lain., 14mw York pur.PAitt'RL '
While
r tAtTb: 'S !1 1Vc Aol! 72657"The BASS GUITAR player desires work Hate Road 60 and within 132 feet at In 1 In favor O, K nf Rook MAKHT 277. pol KLIZARKTH 302- SRI> )*... 13&.1. 1881 184.1. 134. chase, ,'laurl the ptiun.'V end of thIn lurvey lIne

:!." ,..,;1,"'.<4..l>r.... Dealer In 3 or 4 nights a week. Experienced the Kant line of saId Heclloa, tn.Containing ). !: HARRiS and lIu.band.ROYhHt' Belly V. Mlaaketeln : No 12'1nWIIT The land herein. deicrlbed contalna2lt
est .13 lew
more or
acre
Tradin Bil Church Rod OF WAY
Rt 2. hoe
Call 267- V. HAKKIHPA tlU,..tI feet, mar
412 MaiD S:. Tltusville. Fla. Central Florida"SYDNEY new equipment. OWNED BYt .JOHN H.K. WAUOH KCt.:I. No. 1741RitlilT Lakewood, New JerneyMHU That part of) nr I.acre... iijuare
I 7133 after S p.m.REMODELLING WAUUtl No. 1221. 128.Nathan Lot 61 la the fflC'i nf Heotloa IKTownihlp
Phone 287-5000 I IcJJnCIrt.. MORTUAOE record- OF WAYr0.nt BlankiUlaRt OWNt-D: BY: HOWARD O. NOLAN...
of the NE<* of NK'4' nf / a Mouth lIana 89Eaat and wife VKI.A M NOLAN
OF all kinds. .d In O. R. Bonk 440. pa,. II part 3. DOD :20. Church Fluid
In favor of ROdE PLATT; .nl, Kat Section 1U, TownShip 27Mulb of Tltuevllla Fruit and HL'HJrCT: TO: Mortgage recorded .
Immediately done Days 26" MORTOAOE r..ord..d. In O. N. Range 38 Eait lying bat Woon Laic.wqod. Naw Jersey Farm Lands Company Suhdlvla.) In O. R Hook &111. page 8*a In ." I
0890. Evening 2670680.micf Hook (17, III favor 0'' tha Jti fool right of way for The Silt) No. 122.1. 122,2 Ion. aooorillng, to plat recorded In favor of IILNIIY: bASic and wife I
JtIII2'J Florida Uu Tran'mI.nion Company.a Bernard UrandwalnAddreir Plat Book 2, page 29 puhllo reo- .1IINNIF: HARd and JACK I
REALTOR SIMON a racordad In Official Kaoorda dOn! Unknown ode of tinvanl County FlorIda < IIOIDNKR alt wife AltUSNE" Sill.DNI'lit
Declaration KRD Ne. 11..1. US:!:
SCHWARTZ TAKE NOTICE that a .
paca 4i 1 of tba Public Kecorda ofllravard ) ('
\ : lit' wtrvTtov': TO of Taklag: hat been tiled lethe County, tlorlda." on the Gertrude Hn.dw.lo lying within 132 feet Wiat if tb. TAJ( ': NOTICB that a Declare .
JlIWUTt.H tU'TII'I4I' $' !Iii''IKNolle : above-ityled rauM, by the PotS Writ. and the J"0 fool tight of wayfor Addreea' Uaknowa urvoy line ef ",.1. Road 405) 11.0' atlon ef Taking baa beea filed mtha .
U hereby liven that the lit oner., the acqulrlne authority oftheae Intaratala llllhwty No. 9ft on Mill No. 132.li 1221 lion TitibO laid) auryey line being above-etyled: ... by the PelItlonrri ;
BUYS"school underiltned. punuanl I, to the ftolltloui proceedlnge, of the taking of tha Real: ,; aald atrip, uf land being Arlene Ooldner2J riMcrllied, aa follows: lb.acquir ie authority' '
"BEST Nam Hlatutc. Chepter 26760 the above-deaorlbed UncU, for the 7SS fort In width croaa the South Hurling Avenue "' .Sln al the outh.n'" corner. of of theee proceeding, of lha taking-: ; :
Ltwi of Florida 1D6I>> belnc SocUof purpote eel farth In the Petition aad ..ell4 S font In width acroaa Ib. White' PUIni, New York.-; .f.iS42 |l. 'Tnwmubipl| < tl South of tbe ahove-deacribee >'IIDd.. for the I
FlorIda J BUtutM. will r..l.ler la thle eauae, via I Am right I at way North .Dd sad oootaining 1.81 SItU No. 13J.1I" a3.2, Wl. Kiage U Kiel and _.onh wrMM' purpoae sat forth I. the Petition In .
Golf 101.01.; >
RESIDENTIAL LOT, 105' x 150' on wild lb. Clerk. ol the Circuit CourtIn and drainage eaaament. for. a pnr. arrca, mora or laiaOWNFU Jack Uoldner 1" V Kei,: 't dliiIliSf.o.uI'to the MIrth tlili ...u.., via : A. right of way I
and for Brtvmrd County, riorliU, tlon of Stale Road 406 In tirevard BY, FLORIDA T. V. 22 Hurling Avenua line nf Heotlon 17 of mlH. ) Townihlp/ and drainage easement. for a por I
to
street with city water. Close ,receipt of the proof of publication County florid, soil that the Honorable CABLE: COMPANJ'PAltCKL White PI.In., New. York and Range al a : feet Slant lion of Mlaia' Hoad, *)8 la Brevarl. t
Paved upon ef 1132: 1.141: 1342 .tn:1:: :
Course. of trill nolle*, the flotltlouiHOMM Vaaear B. Carltan oae NO. 1.411I0RKOW SRI No 113.1 of the j.t of said County, Florida and that lha ,
5800. towItVANM tha Judgea of the Circuit Court In PITA Matle 11. Gould Section 18 and lb. end ol Ihll iur- Honorable' Vaeear H (Carltoa oa* .
..m.. : I
school and shopping. EVANI the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Flor. ( ) BORROW FIT NO. 12 LEFT Pontntoo, MleilialpplSRD Vey line deeurlpllon of lha Judgea of CourtIn I
under wblcb III. IIder.lanet, Individual Ida. will. on February 3. 1IM4. al of. MTATION J7J-fO: No 128.1 The land henln deecrlbril contain :tha Ninth d I:1CI Circuit I of

and Lot 150' x 12V, Indian! I. .nfi.. ZONED BUSINESS House New Il.r n Avenue In the City the partita may be beard. In the Tha NEW' of NIi:" of Section IS, Addreia Unknown BY C. C; HANOVER II:JO am. or aa iooa Ihercafurluavllle
of Melbourne. Florida that the Erevan County Courlhouae al TI. Townablp 27 Houtb. llama 81 SRI No. 1281 PARCEL No. J\U.:\ I IWiRKIHT : as lb. pamti.e nay be heard; thiHr.vard :
River City $13,000. lotereited In "aid bualneoi ll tuivllle, Florida, cooelder laid Hut C. C. Ifanovar OF WAY ('ounty Courlhou.. : 'TIe
.party. follow., Declaration of Taking, appoint ..p.pr..r. lying within the following. describedbouodartcn Irani laland' N.bul" That part of, Florida, eonilder said Declarailon j
den Ill MARVIN H. VAN ., and make euch Order aa lo-WII: Conlm.nca OD I4RD No. 1291 ""A tract nf lend iltuile In the I : of faklag, appoint appralaere. -
and Unusual Home. T.vo bedroom, MARVIN/ H. ANN the Court deeme proper. All partlea I' ,tha North boundary of Section 16, Carl HanoverAddreia WH of Hectlon 4. Townihlp 22 and make iuch Order ,.
BEAUTIFUL Neighborhood Jan. 20. 2T ,Feb. 1, 10) (IMon.) IS64.l to the ault aad all parllea Intereiiedmay Township 27 Mouth Kama 84 Kail, Unknown South Range U Enl, Hrevard the tour dierne proper All partre
attached office. In Lovely appear and b. beard at the M B point 415,66 loal Wait from the HRI No. Hilt: County Florida" laid tract of to the eult and all partlee Interearvel
plus tin nd 'lace d.iignctad.You hl,,nia.**l aurMr thereof run tbanca Cecil Hanover land vclno; more particularly deatrlbed ma appear and ha heard at lIeS
anti nach of you. are here.by Koulh 00'*'3U'* Rant 110214 ff.t, 4(14. Charlea Sine : at followe, to-wlt: :: time and place deilgnaled.You. -
$22,000. :>" TilE flKCtlT COCa OK TIIF': eommand.d to appear by fIling thence South M'U:\':Jfl") Went 450 fiat Uraad lileed, Nebraska ., Hegln at an Iron pipe which and each nf you. are hereby
NINTh 4tllKMI. flHttlT. I M aa Answer to the Petition heretofore to lha point of bolnilnf, run Ulin Ne.' U8.1 marka the auartir .. lion corner eornmaadnd la. appear. by filing a it 0
Frontage on three !OlD I'ON .1'\1111, (flINTS. filed In tble came In the entitled Ibaiwa North Q'utW Went 9140. feet Cora Hanover In the West boundary of Anewer tn the Petition berelnfaea
APARTMENT HOUSE SITE 1'1.01110.. Court on or before the (nth '. the Kvrtbaaal' eornor of Borrow 404 e...,... aUreatOrand aforawld Section 4. proceed filed In this eauae la the entitled..
water city sewer.: $14,000. LOW KO. *MINuTirK day of February A.D. ltt>4. U Fit ..... 12. tb.aoa South WS.13D" lelaod Nibreika I hence from aeld point of ;beginning Court on or before the 26lh dayat. a
streets 195' x 130'. City or RI-LF. 'ID' .bow what right title latereet er Wait on feet. thence. South 0'1141'811"' anD No. 1281 Sooth 164449' 6.t: a dl.I. .- February, A. D. 1M4. to show what
STATE ROAD DBPAHTMBNT OfriXIRJDA. lien you or any of you n.ve Inand Rant 1WM r..t. thanca North M63' Jean Hanover I.... of 1679.12 feet to a concrete right till., Intereet or Hen you, or.
Zoned Business ., tn Aftncj of the Butef to the above-deecrlbed lanile ami 3>i' Ea t auo feel, lhanca North Q* RFD Me. 1 monument which marka the NW any of you have I. and to tha
LOT on busy street. Florida, ahow eauae why the earn ahoulil. M30" Wait 3UO feet thence Nortb Grind liland Nibrllka corner of the former Koilrlch above-deeurlbed. ...d. and show
HOUSE AND ."d not be taken for the> ..eee and pur.po. '63'SOKail 300 cat to the point MRD N. 128.I tract laid ooarreie monument eau,. why lb. aame should not betaken
BREVABD COUNTT a Political ... not forth la (lie Petition filed of beginning. Turtle Hanover being' In lha occupied Houlh for the uaea ...1 purpoeee ill
$17,000.OTHER ubdlrlilon of tbo BUU ef norido. herein conl.IDIIlr.T.I' aorai. more or l I.... RFO No. 1 boundary. of the NWfc of aforelaid forth In the Petllloa filed herein.
.Petitioner*, WITNESS my Hand and (u.* (Mlf 12a.o FOR BORROWPIT Grand UUnd, Webraaka Mellon 4: thenoa along saId WITNESS my Hand and the Beat
Business Locations. .. laid Court on thle) H day of January titi). LEFT or STATION I neRD No.' 1281I occupied' Mouth boundary North of ..i'i., Court; on thle It day or
EXCELLENT JCAN: ALRED ct 1,1. A. D 19444.CSJRTIA 1272f .. lthtoa a Hanover UK11VIjcaal.. a dlitanre of Jinuirv A. D. 11104.'V "
Defendant. R. BARNES That part. of: RFU No. 1 14782 f..t1; tbence Nerlk i0t'2li"Wed CURTIS) R. BARNES
NOTICE!: Or EMINENT DOMAIN CLERK or THE CIRCVIT Taa NaVH of NEVt' of Section U.Town.blp Grand Inland Nehraak am,02 feel, thence South 89' CLERK OF TUB C
HOUSE LISTINGS. PROCEEDING: (COIKT IV: ACID FOR 8RK- 27 South Hania MEaat HRD No. shah MM Kaet: a dlilance of S3'" feet COIN: ?. IN AND FOR U1'tE') .
OTHER IN THE N4.MB AND BY THE: VARD COUNTY FLOJUOA. Mary II Hanover 10 iki East line of lha SK- of VARD COUNTY. FLORIDA.
AUTHORITY or THB. STATE OF BY: Ittrtle HallDEPUTY tying North and within M Nat of atin. Address Unknown 101 W lot ef sail Section 4, thence BY: Startle HallDEPUTY .
Realtor FLORIDA) CLERK daicrllMd' ai follown Commanca Slop, : 1281 North 1'4120" Weil along saId CLERK
SYDNEY SCHWARTZ, TO ALL WHOM IT MAT ''COM- dEALt on the North boundary of Wilma W. Harmoa. Last Una of saId gELs of NWVa (HEAL>)>
CERN. and to all per.... and IIERSCHKL W. CAKMET Seotioe It Townablp 27 Houtb 1711 Weet 4. k Street a 11101._ (f 106 feet, more er IIERSCHEL: W. CARNEY
S. Hopkins Ave. artle* clalmlnf or bavinanT County Attorney Range M Eaal nt n point 45S.96 feet. .,.. NebreikaURD leie, to the South... awner ef County Attorney.
1141 rlfbt. title. latemt. labia, ,m rtfe-. P. O. non lilt W.., from tha Northaaa! eornorIbaraof "'G. U81 the landa deecrlbed la Deed. Hook P O. Box HIS
Titusville Florida ar other lien to or on thom certain Melbourne, Florida and run tbcnoo. South O'IHI'3 Minnie Jepeon an?- p1gm 575. thence along the Melbourne, Florida, and
6101 parcel of land hereinafter deacrlb JAMES J. RiCHARDSON Rout 11/I2114 feet I ha oca Mouth id' G/.. Evelyn J. Davla Mouth boundary I of aald: landa JAMB J. RICHARDSON
AM 7-6100 or ed sad lb. following persona. |.- Holland Building U34": Weal 120 fiat lo lha point of 1T4I Edmund Road Jr"a $6i5'4i"< West a dlatanca Holland Building
PERIENCE: ( DOES COUNT ..Iba, wItS sit lIa"mown ...rMn. Tallahaeaee, Florida ...'Inn''.,. _II.... South .11'63'10" Kayan. South ('arallaaHHn w feet lo... Iron pip. which Ttlleaaaiee, Florida
,1.lmIDI, II" tbr..ub. 0' und., Of Counael for the Petltlonere. Wait 330 feet. to Ski Cut boundary Mo. 1M.1 marIa ID. .W corner Ihereef Of Ceuneel; I for tI.. Petitioner
knows rae.. ", bo are dud 0' J... 20, 27. Feb. 1.10 I Mon.) 14. I of Borrow PM Na. 12 and tha and lena H. Ktflachkau hanoa Parallel lo the aforeiald Jan 20, 27, r.... 8. 10 IMO > 1M4- .



V HOMES FOR IMMEDIATE :




V A NO PAYMENT DOWN (J?VISIT G A R D EN'VA L E OCCUPANCY'64 MODELS- BRAND ARE ON NEW : :



Beautiful THEIR WAY! !



A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville "'

'

LOW DOWN Only 2 MHef West of U.S. No. 1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC.



FHA PAYMENT THREE & FOUR I BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 2 TILED BATHS 3200 Garden St, 1itusvCl.uu .




-



0 4 0

..

--
L
-- - - -



-
T







..a
I-S TItutvllle (Flerlde) Stef AIv..... Monday, January 27, 1964 r. -
,
-


I ( For: Saturn Is Job Too WE ANSWER YOUR PHONEYour

Moving Huge Gantry Pretty Big an answer customers every enjoy time) the they courtesy call you.of


1 Therefore moro customer

An hour or two before the and talk them one on top of the must be prepared like a ship of the structure. Two electricians To spectators, a safe distance end of the line'; the service crew

mighty Saturn rocket tore itself other to build each Saturn configuration for launching on its quarter.mile are at work in the electrical from the launch area, the changing secures It and takes refuge in <
from the embrace of gravity voyage control room, and one handlesthe proximity of the gantry to the launch control center or at QQt l taKfi
in an attempt to Dibit the When the Saturn sits beside Hoses, power and communication electric line take.up reel. < the fall-back line. Tituivlllo Area Cocoa A Cocoa Beech
the rocket is
I Irrgest payload ever put Into the gantry it is encircled by lines and pipes by the hun The man to actually drive the scarcely percept Their job is done. Their steel 247.5530 434-7031
space, an equally remarkable multi-story enclosed work platforms dreds must be methodically un able. The giant service factoryIs
down the 1200 foot long
engineering feat of another kind which are hinged to the hooked or secured. Engines and gantry moving away from the shiny mountain, nearly as tall as the

was performed the world's service structure. pumps are started or stopped railroad track probably will be monumentlike rocket at speedsup largest pyramid, has served its

largest movable structure, the These can be swung In or out Ladders, scaffolding and lines Claude Moses, NASA complex to 40() feet per minute. purpose: raising and preparingthe STAR-ADVOCATE Classified Ads Get ResultSREG

Saturn's 410.foot.high gantry, like gates, covering or exposing must be tied down. superintendent When the gantry; reaches the Saturn for flight.

was picked up and driven 1,200 sections of the rocket. Sand must be swept from the

Let away from the launch pad. railroad tracks along which the
The is under constant
gantry
In terms of size alone, the service colossus will travel.
twisting and flexing stresses as 6tt CRACKS GOODBiscuits
structure Is not impressive
men and machinery shift on the But before the gantry can go ttzSAVE\ ;
Tture are certainly larger build 41 \ qt4.x
5.c,. CAN
platforms. These act as giant anywhere its weight must be \
ings in the world: Its architectural
appearance Is off.balance, levtM: against the gantry's ver lifted from the "pillow blocks -,, k' A 00 ''r GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN YOUNG
skeletonized and raw. It would tical beams. or foundations upon which it ..
Coupled with the twisting rests, and transferred to the 48 Ducks. LI.391.' [
win rAU1ZN\
no beauty prizes. .
railroad the
caused by the weight shifts car wheels under
But the gantry lives. REG. 45 SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK
within the gantry, there is a "trucks" on which it will roll *
It has the disciplined, metilJlc maximum: six.inch sway at the The gantry Is normally left

.purposeful voice of the factory top during high winds sitting on the'pillow blocks because / Sausage'39iREG. '

Four hours before the Saturn the bearings within the SUNNYLAND CENTER or BREAKFAST r
More than a hundred people launched, 64. railroad wheels would
was a point count soon 1Iv
work within its offices, computer down Sli. Ham LB. 79?
on the gantry Itself began. flatten if loft long under the
room and shops. They The structure, enclosing the tremendous weight. ,
travel within it nine levels on so EXTRA STAMPS TARNOW CHIPPED
rocket like a geometrical cocoon, The lifting transfer is done M "i.wa OO TOStEPte.
two automatic elevators. $
.disengaged from its ground connections with hydraulic packs within the Ham-Beef 395 $1.
Like it Is
a living organism
and from the bird. It trucks Kydraullo fluid is .
pumped
r working composite of hued'reds
into the until the
jacks gantry
of thousands of parts
is raised three inches and is
It has pumps and compressors, HAPPY Bob White SlicedBMON
free to roll
motors and hOles, switches and BIRTHDAY 01'.
values, tubes and wires and Power to'drive the wheels is

wheels within wheels. Tuesday, January 28 supplied by a 'quarter,mile long
"extension cord" which Is reeledIn
All these things put together
P. M. Ricard out the
or as gantry moves.
give the gantry a weight of
Mrs G. E. Kilties Portable diesels
provide
can an
more than 5,000> tons all port.
Richard Willis alternate of In the
source power
able It it designed to serve
'
fwo Saturn launch pads 37.A Jay Starrick unlikely event the main power
John \V. supply should fail.,
and Tyson
37 B, which sit at opposite
ends of its track. Joseph Smida Thirteen Pan American employees .

Brooks Watson, Pan American Billy Hamilton are In position to move t u 1"t reA.n ', 't
World Airways supervisor Paula Wheeler the gantry when all is secured a ..-.w
Denise Wakefield There are four 'supervisors -
of NASA's Complex 37, details
Wm. Wakefield two for ground control and two
Wte
intricately engineered
mass
Theda SmithW.dn.de" to check the clearance betweenthe
et the
gantry for the visitor. f
'The fact that its weight can be January 29 launcher and structure Six
moved at all la astonishing. mechanics, one) at each of the Quantity Right @
'Atop the structure sits what Jesse W. Walker gantry's legs, and two at central Reined .ucta a.con

Watson Anna Mae Green hydraulics, manage the raising Pric i Good Thru
speculates may be the
Highest permanently.Installed January 29th ONE POUND PKG.

stiff.leg derrick In the world. NOTICE e/D/N_.Dlala..'.IIT.TU- ...-. .
The Titusville Star- ,
-The derrick has three
hooks.
I will not be responsible for ,,,':;;. t .'
'l io.'LH ;;
.m
"When these are attached todlings Advocate, 1 1st in circulation any debts incurred by anyone .---i:= 1" lX'{ CV":: :!:v.1'F'\ r J" "; I > ''
each
on end of the rocket other than myself

stages they lift them from their in No. Brevard. Jimmy Heath i i d
."transporters' : set them upright, Jan. 22, 24, 27 (M.W-F) 1964. SAVE 6* EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLE
SO Extra Top Value Stamps

,' : WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Ce

t ORLANDO DIRECTORY I Juice 32-oz. Can 19 I.

__ Le8:s: TNw pPNpedraeraNSteaks JAnuAaT UTN i '

"'.1' SUPPLIES t I ISTERN'S
FRAMING AWNINGS OFFICE SUPPLIII tl AT ANY WINN-DI SAVE 1 10'* EACH/ Limit 2 pI caw LOG CABIN

Aluma.Kraft, Awalags;, Iac. ,
ART
CENTER PENNEY'S BOOK STORE, INC. I r k '
PICTURE FRAMING MARQUEES PATIOS

ORIGINAL PAINTINGS Manufactured SCREEN ENCLOSURES In Orlando Open All Day Saturday 1i yrup 12-ox. Bottle 25 ;
ART SUPPLIES PRINTS
GII Collect On. of Orl.ndo' Moat Complete SO Extra To Value Stemp
NON.GLARE GLASS No Down P.ym.nt-Fr.. Eltlmeto Lines of Office Supp"o"c : WITH THIS COUPON AND PURpMSE 0P
No. Orange Ave Orlando 813 Brookhn.n Dr., Orlando
__ __ GA 2.6139 17.19 W. Pine, Orlando, 422.3454 Ova Pae=e;: SAVE 11* EACH. Limit 2 with $7:50: food order PILLSBURYPancaked

C1TOMATIC TRANSMISSION __ CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT PAWN SHOP Fox Deluxe Pizza Pte
-- -- OoooT..uJ"NUUTaeT.. "
ORLANDO AUTOMATIC 10
FULL LINE OF AT ANY WINN-DIXII 1-.
TRANSMISSION SERVICE Johnny Gentile $2
Earth Moving Equipment
Central Florida'. Oldest and E. ; P
Construction Pawn Shop
.In' Automatic Tr.nsmlaalon mAdam.' Co' SAVE 4( EACH .' Limit 3 with $2.50 food order ASS'T. FLAVORS
IMp. Rebuild, hch.ngl, Repair 8prtlent Rentals, Ilta", 1 Years
4,010 Miles or to Days W.rr.ntyl 1342 W. Church We BUY, Sell, end -rud. Anything '
50 Extra To Yalua Stain 3 ;
2M N. Orange BI. Trail, Orlando, iAv Orlando _
423.476 Guns, TV, Cameral, Radl.s, otc. 7
G.50656.. WITH THIS CAtJPOtt AND ntlta+AS a J0H-O Package ?
1122 W. Church, Orl.nd., GA S-4045

AUTOS IMPORTED FLOOR COVERING PAINT_WALLPAPIR Two ra.f.: FaoaeN u"' .
Onion '
Rings ';
RENAULT PEUGEOT Do It Yourself and: Sn.1 WATKINS PAINTS GOOD Twos JAouANT SAVES* EACH CRACKIN- GOOD
WALL TILE FLOOR ;;;
Central FIa's. Ie WALLPAPER AT ANY '
REHSE MOTOR Largest Stock 0'
Asphalt, Vinyl, Plastic Cork Tile PI..tlc Crated w/ll P a pars $3 1LB.PKG. I
Sales' A Sorvlce Murals Wafltes Benl.2aq Saltines 15 ,
Boone St. Orl.... TROPICANA TILE AND 500 Patterns In Stock II. :
FLOOR COVERING Mooro Paints Ii i.
Quality Used Imperta, 904 N Or.n-<)rl.nd0-423.7671 Fr. De.or.tl" S.rvta I

FLOOR COVERING_. 906 N. Or.tOrl.nd042S.2527ACTO _ _ 50 Extra Top Value Stamps ENRICHED ., DIXIE DARLING FAMILY SIZE; LOAF
SALES. SIItVICI .-- PLATING ILICTRIC WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
-- -- CARPETS BY LEE'S Twe PNOi. raoaN 14-oz. .

Orlando Motors, Inc. Kars tss.a Custom Cabin I Cana Made I (exTglt., 1'1.471\u: : P fOIIOlDraperte. It)! DuAnn Pio Shells Bread 2 LOAVES 31" ;

.I..NUUT UT"
Yree Decorating Sorvlco ClooO TH"U
.
4U N. Orange Blossom Trail C.dlum Fitting C:6.ne ANY.WINN.DIXIE
GA .2611 BARNES DRAPERY FLOOR AT
1311ver Nickel Copper 84
Dodge Dart Dodge Trucks COVERINGS, INC
'Nt Jaguar i Mereod".lons :aeb N. Orange Orlando 1-3457 Bu/rlna'aod' Iareu.rint'
stn( W. Cear.t Ave. QrIsndo, OA 4:5OO"We
Servk. What W. 5.11" & jHZSTS ISSSS t\t; :: fURNITURE PET SHOP :,'!. > "wP ::! _:: :ii".iF".t r.-I .....: :-J : r..i"

AUTO SALES SERVICE H A V E R A T Y' S Nt:; W R S Reg. U. S. No. 1POTATOES 1I111r

SIMPSON MOTORS 9:00: a.m.,patl,4er00*', pm 1I1I1I *
54 Store Buying Power a days i ..1c. >
PLYMOUTH VALIANT Saves You Moro
CHRYSLER 100 Miles Fr.. Delivery After hours and on Sundays .... k .
hi" Low Easy Terms by .ppolntment onl,. t.
ftSbil
Pert and S.rrle. Ol'Pft Men a. 'rl. Nile. III PM LAKE BARTON PET SHOP SPE. l J $& \
Used Can tz1: 1 N. Orange -Orlando CH 1-5371 5610 I, Colonial Dr., Orlando .

'JIItO N. Orange, Orlando, GA 2-4541 Phone 2n-30n

LOANS TRAILER SALES 25 LBS 99ct Apples' \ 'Cream Pies

AUTO SALES J. SERVICE Bull'S Pawn & ) ,


......... Trading Post _FLORIDA S.lo. & Service -
( ) Bank Flnan.ing te 7 Year.1fRucK9 .
Loans lk: Trades on Anything Mobile Homo" Tamoic.Sp.clalizing CHICKEN BEEF TURKEY FAMILYDINNERS

New Truck.Pert. :-R..vlr.eerd Trucks Open 1 A. M. to In 7 Gllnl P. M. Florida Troplcano Made Pa, Florida Flare living HAM, MEAT LF., SALISBURY % 51G49"1. SIZE 3911WIN
Route SO to Orlando Clean Used MebII.' Home
on Way
UlPERIOR GMC
TRUCkS,
INC 7'20 ., Colonial_ Dr., Orlando
PR 6.1I".1) Orl..oo -

MlTO SALES R SERVICE MOBILE_HOMES-.---- TRAVEL BUREAU .I 4
< .. E S CCOCONUTBNEAPOLITANA
\
HAYES TRAILER SALES e1.... Morton APS. ..T
COLLIER AUTO SALES SUNNILAND .
New i Used Mobile Homes ?:'ft4'e..r.1 Frozen 89 f ,k
Fla'.. Leading Dealer for Cronl.nd Perkw., .' .f! r TRAVEL Dinner _1aia4 ..
STUDEBAKER LARK BMW Bud.r Exp.ndo '14BUREAU ...
8IR N.Orang.-Orlando-425.1406 .

Mport.Tremendous- 1053 Selection N. Or.ngo of, Orlenclo Used 5210lColnialOrlando,217.9811 Beak Fln.nclng I to' 7 Yeah Air Tours. Bu.C Crulaee a. Ileam.hlp. World Tickets wide --=- :I' :i ;- '"':.: ---.:--_-:. ": .,w<...wnTrmn'-im..... .,>-ifti.W.-' s'w'- .:::: :::: :--===- __ ... .;: ,:r..,.

C" 1-6.121 UO S. Pine, Vrludo
Are
...TRANSMISSION Exchange NURSERY "
------ <
BLUNDEL NURSERY See The IJllI1'lJ'd' 'Q. s1ttllki ''W tLJ
"D.,.', Repair Exchange" New Shipment of Trees '

Factory Rebuilt Tr.ne"'nlo"' Pecans Peach Pear Star Advocate
"WI. All Makes-All Models Persimmon _
5M.down .rment-1 Day Service Redbud Magnolia Dogwood For Your stamp fo* 'ettetycfam &tj .....

Exchange ,
City Motor Stop In And Talk It Over '
JflS W.Central, Orlando,GA 41151 11821 E! Colonial; Dr. Orlando! Printing Needs"




r
., ed

a
via




y