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Title: Star-advocate
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
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I El Buy In North Brevard! Star-Advocate:: Smile-You're In Florida I

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents I


C4th_ Year No. 14 5c Per Copy Titusville Florida, Friday, January 31, 1964 1-1 Pages! Today __ I'ublitihed Mar sso,1''c 5ay. days I

I January Building Permits Show Big \ii1 r f ,B _E I

Gain Is Almost

I Pruift Carrying Fight For College Site 1,000 Per Cent

.\ Over Last Year


Budding pi'inuts is".tied in

New High Junuaiv showed neatly a I 1.000

Wail" For Look per sent mcicuie over tinto til

I in January, 1D(>:3!, according to

Rep James Pruitt and County the office of( building inspectortuins

Commissioner Richard Muhlrew Larson.

are leading Bicvard County back Gas Sales The tidal thin January was

into the thick of the Space Uni I. $1.UIH320:! ('nnlpun'<1 to only

versify location fight $IM,300 In January last year
Gasoline sale hit a new monthly
Pruitt has Only one plI'mitflU obtained
total in Dmmbtr In I'.rrvurd
called Governor $ f'U a single: fdniily residence in
County JlrcJ'lllDl) to the latest
Farris Bryantto last thin
January year year
f itutistlrs of !the! State Depart
schedule an f 1a mint of Agrh: 'ulture, permits were taken out fur 71
appointmentwhereby slnglj/ family homes
the hales hit T.I)7.9: :() s:i IN us,
Brevard dele + aMOTEL ranking the V jmj ninth amunu Broken down the figures show

the liT mount lee InVlurl, ,la. The the 7J home permits totaled
Cation may get j tnttil, was almost jflifrultnt for I,15IZ'IO!) four multi.family
chance to lay
a ? Ilievanl tt overtake folk County units $212000: one cuninurclalpiunit

anotlur Brevard site before the in Ntli | laiu with 11,523,531 1:111.:; $:10,000, onu church $JO,.
be submitted to the
Governor to loin 000 and U: permits fur additions

ation board, of control for consider Kern I'ne miles in the county anti I alterations $1 UU;uMnltl ),

Pruitt said this morning Gov( Mjlul HIJ.O'M! gallons!, rout 5mg fumily unit permits were

Bryant had assured the Brevard tin county Till in the State as follows:
Jlin/ Beach $168000 for TownHouse
interests that "no selection will
ppurtmrut. in Circle Park'
be binding until Rep ruitt and Springs Bond Sales
Supreme Oievard, $:!OOOD for
his group: have a chance to be
heard" Show Big Jump two duplexes In Rice Addition.

Jack Spa.iglcr: $14,000 fur one
Pruitt and Muldrew, along with residents of Hicvard County duplex,! on Granms Avenue: ,

tome other Brevard interests purchased 11553281: In saving The one commercial( permitwas

have not been happy with the hoods, during tho post t year, In. $3'iOOO' for the new Jaycee

I Board of Control's actions from SCHOOLS-Aerial photograph by Bohannon Studio shows of the Riverview Elementary School At the right h the Titusville muting the! total/ to 43) per cent Club House, on Singleton Ave.

the outset in their attempts to( the new Howard Johnson Motor Lodge, Restaurant and Shipwreck High School complex of buildings, with the "accordian type" roof on over purchases In 1062. The church ptimit was fur

i title on a location for the Space Lounge in the foreground, with the motel on the pumped in land along the new library and administrative wing shown in front of the Spanish- December! sales totaled $2J( (),- $30,000 to the Church of God

University, the Indian River shore In the background at the left are the "wings" ,type older building and wings to the left and rear, 250, There were 15 permits totaling

"All we're asking", Pruitt told
$14,320 for addition and alterations
the Star.Advocate this morning, to residences

"is the that county they( move From the South site closerto (Bra He Says It's Just Like Losing Your Best Friend-With Trembling Hands There! wrre four permit,

totaling: $14,800( for additions
yard, two and a half houri of
and alterations to commercial

driving the cast"What trip Orange time to made the would County Adamucci me be mad wasted,"site Pruitt In in t "Kicking" The Smoking Habit Hot Easy atiuUuicH$30,QUO Hell: !for(Telephone, Laigcitt an addition of Co these:to'building Southern was- ,

; with Koinctaoifc! Constructionas
stated, "was the Board ttt'Cotrytrot's .1; I -T ., ,
? ,,, .. bu'udet.The .
decision that they would ((8y Ronnie Hughes) yi. system" ,which I js employed( by for some reason, I '(think I'm cigarettes or maybe more homo permits Issued
review any site from Orange! What's it like to quit smoking? some people! I am applying reverse afraid to eat a cigarette: always but not for mo now, ai follows,

and Seminole counties after they It's like losing your best friend. psychology and using the tastes best after a meal. !During the put three monthsI tea Coast Construction Co..

deadlocked two weeks ago It's 8 p,m, Thursday and I've "Individual system" I haven't t It's now 8:45 p,m. and I walked
I hive averaged two packs dally 12 homes ranging/, from $13,750:
That was not right! Brevardand lost mine, talked to a human being for overlira
which across the back alley from tho Since the surgeon( s report on to "6,350, In Indian RiveT
the other counties Two weeks I tried '\ hours It's' 8:30
ago drop. now ( : prn)
shoull office to tho drug store I took a cigarettes and the role they play llilghls, totaling $170450
originally submitted sites ping; the habit, but at that time Sort of feel like Robinson
fast poll to Ice how many people with cancer, I have been able to Modern Exteriors eight: homesat
the rightto
}have also given
I Crease without
no Friday
urge. In the fountain urea wore smokIng slice it to m packs per day $12001)() each, In Lakevlew
submit, Pruitt laid ada- Why did I decide to quit? I'm not( chewing gum, biting
-out of 12, eight: were smoking I followed one person's advice Hills/ totaling $06,000,
niantly Mainly because of a statement toothpicks, sticking rocks In
4 a sai' my Within a period of about and bought: a pipe I Ihad smokeda Supnna Brnvard, 11 homes(
made by Star Advocate( Managing mouth or anything as some have
Out now, I believe light is five minutes, three people boughtfull : pipe once before while attend rouging from $17000 to $18.501*,

shining our way a little Gov Editor Bob Hudson[ : lighted. packs of cigarettes ing college, but It burned my In Whltpciing Lakes, totaling

Bryant told me this morning "I guess you( have more gutsto Anyone who has smoked( the I was drinking my ninth cup tongue, gave me a sore throat $203,BOO,
would all sites ( face up to( cancer than you do( ai'ai'L ai'j possible cancerous things, know ot Widrlows
Uiat he review coffee for the day, and blistered my lip It lasted Construction, three
of the temptations I tried to
and indicated the possibility that quitting cigarettes he told me Drinking nine cups Is 4 guar three days-I chewed a hole InS homes, each $20,000, In GardenS .
At first that statement won't quit three years ago and couldn't.I've ( .
Brevard would be given another( antee of smoking at least nine .* SMOKE On Pg I .. PERMITS la Page I
chance to submit a site," Pruitt soak( in, but you keep thinking tried three times since andit

acid about it for a while and it will j still hasnt worked, -

About three years ago I could But this time, come heck or

Pruitt also took exception run the hundred yard daub in a high: water, It'. going to woikRlbht t+r< c +; i w r' t
with Dr. Broward CulpP per of '
little over 10 seconds do( approximately : now the temptation (is
the,, hoard of Control. 'He seemed .
SO pushups, run a mile worse than ever. In my ash trayon '
be against from the
to us and think little of It. But today, the desk are seven butts" ,
All his statements Indicated -
start I would pass out\ on my none( before L They are dried, crinkled and 4
[ he was for an Orange County (
"* could run 50 yards or do( 10 stinking, but they could still be '
site push ups Tht Bthlnd Mr, Temptation smoked, If I see this entire planon't f s
Pruitt sad further that he j :
A couple of hours ago I was at work
dnn! t think the biennial fight for "*
"weed. apparently having trouble( hittingthe ;
construct Whispering Hills Country( Club' My head In now itching and I
funds University hitting golf balls on the driving I haven felt the real punch keys on my typewriter.I've feel lousy,
Ion would be a factor in cansing -
Lievard to cooperate with range, I hit for a few minutes, yet, but I did myself'scratching developed a light: headacheand I have to keep telling myself ,

rather constantly and began feeling hand tendons in left "I I can quit for another hour at p "
Orange on this Adamuccci sight.: my none, digging my Into my arm are .t 'I
winded, dizzy, sick at my least. Then at the end of an y I Ij'
'Orange County has five representatives my pocket and once, I even jumping! -.,
stomach( and weak What did I hour, I will ,
in the legislature searched through a couple of Someone here at the office said say it again and the '
do? Naturally I reached for a first thing you know, I will have ;
and Erevdid has three and I cigarette dubks here at the office for a earlier this was all part of the entire
gone day without
that much :
don't t believe vart
Now, it has been two hours cigarette ordeal smoking(

outnumbered"'We since I have taken a puff off a It ma be psychological but I'm Instead of using the "buddy I haven't had dinner. .. J
are awfully angry over 1 .
this whole thing." Pruitt said. M, I

'And we! have no intentions of t P I

cooperating" with Orange or 1st Nat'l Advances Officers; Frisbee Prexy '+ "re u \

any other county when we feelvie '-. '

should have the Space Uniteuity .
Doyle II. Frisbee! executive part president and I director of the Citizens Bank in Titusville in CIT In Macon Ga, anti,I Orlando :'t '

"I I think were missing the vice-president and cashier of National Association of Bank 1949, served as cashier while at 1918,52, was assistant viceprenii'cnt '

Loaf and I think It's time some- First National Bank, was named Auditors! and Comptrollers( that bank and moved to Ft. Laud of Hrst National Tank .

bxjy did something about it." president ef the bank yelterday.I' Frisbee is a erdale, where he was vice.pres in Orlando 1952 61, when he cameto ,
'1 lie succeeds ident of the Wilton.Manors Nat Titusville s i / )
the state representative con a" member ol the
cluded : Judge M\[ B. t> First Daptot lonal Bank for two( an'l I a half He U a graduate 1

< Smith, who became Church of) Titus years of the Amerlcan .
I He is a past

Railroad Use chairman 5 ville vice.prej president of the lj Instituteof
V 1 7'
of the board of + !dent of the Com f Chamber of Commerce anknlprel'
M directors of the mitlee of 1W) 1 t ld"nt of the Bre
ml J Jun '
Halted AI ( director of vard CountyChapter
ii: lor Chamber of ( l 'e _
Frisbee has the American In of Am-

at the Cape Kennedy I been with the dilute of Bank. Commerce, one sv rrlcan Instituteof {1y .ia+

Missile Test Center have halted bank since it was Frisbee \\ni, past director of few local men Banking,
Smith fuuntled six to hell both of board member of
use of the new spar railroad years cf the Greater Titusville Cham
track into the center because the ago. }Born Se pt. 12, 192S In Aihc' bet of Commerce and is currently : fires, and ls a Shl the Chamber of '

government portion of the spuris vile, NC, Frisbee began: his president of the Kiwams' U;1 *) member/ of the Commerce a Mascn, a memberof T TT.w1y

still under construction and banking; career in 1943! with the of Titusville He is married and First I Baptist the Rotary Club, Junior Chamber 'I : :

not accepted by the government( City Lank of Washington. D.C. has three children, Church of Uims He is married of Commerce and First Baptist --" .-_.- arw w. -.. I .. & .....dIIl
from the tractor lie was associated with Citizens David D. Myers, who /has been and also has three children Church of Titusville lie Is A'w.. r !I- -:: Oai1 ... ...... .--.

Florida East Coast Railway National Bank of Orlando 1932.57.Ha serving as vice-president of the Wilbur F Silica was elevate married and also has three I.. :..,*.' ...____ *_L _, .. ..--r- ..
built the bridge across the Indian majored in commercial bank since July 1961, was named from asiUtant vice.president to children '
River and a portion of the track banking at the American Instituteof cashier In addition to his vice- I full vlce-prnldl'ncy Other officers of the bank are TOPPED OFF ,- First of the major; Titan off" et 170 fret, By Match 1963 the entire

on Merritt Island and Cape Kennedy Banking, Is a graduate of the presidency. A native of Orlando where he Mrs !Martha Russell auditor, til facilities to teach Its full hCIJ.ht: In the $40 million Titan III complex: which now

The government U building School of Consumer Banking!; at A longtime resident of Titus was born in 1930: Sikes was and Mrs.I Anne Grant and !Mrs/ Umbilical Tower at Launch Complex 40. ij taping upward is scheduled for corn1 1:

toe rest of It. the Diversity of Virginia, U a yule, Myers was employed by branch manager of IniversatMyers Doris

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ge 2 __a ___ TlhJtvillt' (Florid' ) Star-AdvtcaU Friday, January ", '96' __ World War! I Vets, {

Auxiliary 10 Install'

tyl' 1f, Officers Jf Titusville Barr,, 'k j

1106: World War I, and ;,

Ladies Auxiliary, will be installed

/ Wftll Netol And Nofee Wednisdjy: Feb. 5, foil 0\' :

// ol NortA Brctxird / a covered dish dinner :v ,
p.m. at the American L.. "ur,

e : Home.

frank L. Lash of Winter Gdr

den Commander of Dish i. 7

., r ra rf. will Install: Louis Pepper fn-,
- -
JWC To Thank third tern as Commander II>: 'n,

IRC Couple Winter Carnival barracks Frank Herne will ,

44rx > installed as senior vlce-con,. ,n
Patrons With
PartyMost der; Walter Watson, junior \ c

United InMarriage t everyone will agree that ill f. commander; Thomas Watso,",

.g R1J4ik' ..J1I the phrase "thank you"' Is one of quartermaster; William Ba ,

I the nicest in the English lang. ard, Judge advocate: Fred H..i iIcmeyer

uage but, occasionally) more than chaplain; and Or )Ir
words seem to be called for to Wade, and W K Love trust ,
Janice Marie McClellan, daught -
express gratitude Nicholas Gentile was appoint.H
'r of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Such Is the 1 I. at
case with the Junior k sergeant- -arms.
McClellan, 434 Osceola Road, Women's Club In .
regard to ,
Mrs Lash, Seventh Dist'"11,
Indian River City, became the
Hit! tremendous response to its president, will install Mr
bride of John Lee Tilton, son of call for patrons for the Winter Trumbull
anna! as president J
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tilton, 103 Carnival, to he hell: Saturday, to I
the auxiliary succeed MrNelHo '
Osccola Road, Indian River City, February tat at the Titusville *-
Wheatly Mrs. Melr, ,
in a pretty ceremony fit Central 1 Marina.To ANNUAL LUNCHEON Members of Watts on No. Smith Drive From left are Koon, second; vice.percub, ,it''SI

Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Sunday better show their the Whispering Oaks Garden Circle seem Mrs. J. R. Stradley, program chairman; Mrs. William Barn rd, tr.-,

.' appreciation. -. to find it hard to decide among the num- Mrs. R. S. Batchelder, publicity chairman; Orrin Wade
( Club members arc giving er; Mrs. chapUm
.:"" iJ. erous delicacies which filled the table at Mrs. J. A. Day conservation chairman,
performed "Patron's Mrs! Charles Slantis ., '
The ceremony was a Party" Saturday condo
,.: : : ;. ., their annual covered-dish luncheon Mon- Mrs. H. E. Ruch Jr., co-hostess and Mrs. ,
before the altar, which was evening, before Winter Carnival rest; Mrs. Lou Pepper. .'mn
,} in the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. hostess. Carlson Photo).
Watts (
-+ .t day -
banked with white carnationsRev / ', f'W:: gets underway at 9:00: p.m. The Qnd Mrs. Walter Watson, t tiusto'

D V. McAllister performed .. ; party will be from 7:30: until 8:30 for three year term. The n' ;.,.
_ the ceremony pm. at the home of Mrs. Ralph Local PEO's Attend president will appoint a .e, .1\

Powell, 45 Falrglen Drive. ( LuncheonTwelve ary.
. Given in marriage by her Ormond
Mrs. C. R. McCotter, Jr. who,
. father, the bride wore a traditional t with the help of Mrs. Powell, members of Titus- Several members of the hir
racks and the auxiliary plan i
r family wedding gown, Mrs. Paul Wilkinson, Mrs. JohnP. ville's P.E.O. Chapters attendeda tQ
' attend the
Seventh District
.. which had boon worn by her > \ Nelson, Mrs. Gilbert Goshornand s4r luncheon at Surfside Co'untry men
1t .
aunt from Australia. The dress Ing Saturday Feb. 10 at in
t" Mrs. Richard Andrews, is in Club in Ormond Beach Wednesday
... was of oyster white tulle, trim- ; .\. ...-:.. charge of planning the plrty, honoring Dr. Blanche Dowof American Legion Home on I l.k.'

- med with told Italian lace. Her Mr and Mrs. John Lte Tilton urges all the patrons to "eome Nevada, Mo., President of Ivanhoe in Orlando.

.. r-li.'ngth veil fell from 'a r on out and let us personally r Cottey College, who spoke on

. tiarra of pearls and she carried Smith-Nyul thank you for your generous sup. y I A development and aims of the Pythian SistersIn

. a buuquet of white carnations. port of this fundraising project". college. Regular MeetingThe

: Bonnie Mae Tilton, sister of i t Local women attending. were

the bridegroom, was bridesmaid Engagement Physical TherapistTo ..:" Mrs. Thos Henderson, Mrs. A. regular meeting of the

: and wore a pale blue chiffon Address WH PTAStan K. Sehcnck Mrs H H. Hudson, Thythlan Sisters was held ,It

: dress with while accessories. aI Mrs. Wm. Walker, Mrs. W. D. Castle Hall with Mrs Dougla

AnnouncedMr. Murray will be. the i Wilson, Mrs. L. C Crofton, Futch, Most Excellent Chief pre

: Best man was Ronald Tilton speaker at the meeting orjthe v Mrs. W E. Ziegler, Mrs. Doyle siding. Reports were read by var

cf Cocoa, brother of the bride- and Mrs. George Smith, Whispering Hills PTA Monday I C .w N Frisbee, Mrs. Cleveland Tal bus officers and committeesMrs.

: ., groom. Ushers were Bob Wil! Runts 1, Titusville, announcethe night, February 3 at 7:39 p.m. madge, Mrs Glenn Chapman' John Knight Past Chief

hams of Bradcnton and Benny engagement of their daughter :Murray, physical therapist, for Mrs. James Parker'and Mrs E. from Fernandina Beach, now re

Williams of Washington. Ruth Ann, to Julius Nyul, the Brevard Rehabilitation Center M. Parker. siding in Titusville, was -a guest

: For her daughter's wedding, Jr., on of Mr. and Mrs. Julius for the past year and a half, Cottey College is a two-year Cards were sent to the sick hj

: Mrs. McClellan chose a light Nyul, Sr., 270 Browning Ave. will show a film taken duringthe v school for women, maintainedand the Sunshine chairman, Mrs. Rn>

green dress with brown accessories The bride-elect, a graduate of : school year about how they supported by the PEO ert Nevins. (.
Titusville High School, I if employed t work with these children and which accepts qualified students
,.. '. The District Staff of District
. by Southern Bell in the t .. <, help them overcome their handi m from many states and foreign 4
the .\ r. will practice at Castle Hall Sun
Following wedding a reception .
Cocoa office The groom-to be is caps. In addition to working countries.
: was held In the church .' day, Feb. 1, at 2:30: p.m., for In.
attending the U S. Navy Fleet : 't. with physically handicapped Dr. Dow deplored the loss of
The stallation for the Grand
traditional TempleA
annex. wed.
Sonar School In Key Wc-st. children who are unable to attend women students in college

ding cake, baked and.decorated. Wedding plans are to bo an public school, the center through marriage and other dropout surprise birthday party was

by the bridegroom's grandmother nounced. Ruth Ann Smith also helps adults who are referred causes. "Education is not. a given Mrs. Douglas Futch. The
Mrs. Benny Thomas of '
by a physican. status symbol. Rather it is. a table was beautifully decorated i In
Indian River City, was. served Scottsmoor HD Club Pink Lady ScheduleThe long, slow process toward a seri blue and white and delicious refreshments
. the &guests.; The Center located on Palm '
Meets)!In Rost Home ous goal. Women need as mach were served by the
: The bride's going.away outfit Pink Lady schedule for Avenue is part -of the County HOLLY TREE PLANTED An East Palatka Holly tree education as is necessary to help officers. Gifts were presented to

: was a.tworiece* !pile 'blue dress. Scottsmoor 'Home Demonstration Jess Farrlsh Memorial Hospital, school system and at the present 'wa planted in front of the Titusville Art Center last Fri them reach their potential, ,whichis Mrs. Futch by members and officers
with white accEssories.! I week of Feb. 2-8, Is as follows: time Is 1n the process ct moving
Club held Its regular monthly day by threi Garden Circles in commemoration of tree the largest untapped resourcein .
meeting Tuesday, Jan. 28, at the Sunday, Feb. 2 Afternoon: to a larger//building at the Dunn planting week and Arbor Day. From Left are Mrs. Don. the country today," she declared

. Sarasota Following, the'a wedding trip to. home of Mrs. Edward Rost. M. Doerrler, J. Skinner, C. Airport aId Crum of the Poinsettia Circle, Mrs. Fred Griffis and McDonnell Wives To

newlyweds are The meeting was opened with Young; evening: 11. Conner, 10[. :Murray has been In this profession Mrs. Morey Brimer of the Whispering Oaks Circle. The
making their home at Christmas Dr. Dow is also serving as Meet At Ramons
Fledge to the Flag and the club Mason. for the past twelve
: Park. third garden circle helping to donate the tree was the president of the American Association
collect. Monday, Feb. '3 Morning: L. years?. having served previouslyin Acacia Circle. (Carlson Photo). of University Women, McDonnell Wives Club will have

The bride is a former resident Mrs. Betty Lee of Titusville, Jones, D. Willis; afternoon: J. Winter Park New York State and during her stay in Daytona their monthly meeting at Ram

of Decatur, 111., where she was chairman for Heart Fund in Ryan, <5. Williams; evening: J. and North Carolina. Miss Joyce Peele Beach and at other' Florida cities, ons, Cocoa Beach, February 12,

graduated from high: school. The North Brevard, gave a talk on Carter, C, Williams C. Martin. All parents are urged to attend Completes Course she is meeting with various according to a club member.

bridegroom is also from Decatur heart surgery and the Heart Tuesday, Feb:' 4 Morning: C this interesting meeting and AAUW and P.E.o chapters Members will be entertainedby

111., and served three years in Fund. She said 92 percent of the Young, L. Pettit, F. Tuten; afternoon are reminded to return their en Miis Joyce Noleen Peele, daughter She is accompanied on the cards and coffee at 10 a. m.,

the Army, half of it overseas In. money collected goes for heart : F. Thompson, M. Kraus; velopes, which were sent home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. tour by Mrs. E. T. Lay, second and lunch at noon.

Germany. with research heart and disease gives hope to those evening: D. Curtis, G. Sikes, C. with the children, so that: they Peele, of 111 Mantor Avenue, Ti vice-president of the Fla. State Anyone Interested In attending

Watcrro.se, D. Willis. may be counted and help' their tusville, has completed the Nancy Chapter of P.E.O. Mrs. Martha from North Brevard can contact
Mrs. Rose, heart captain, will Ta lor Secretarial Course at
Mrs. Harold
) Trammell
Wednesday, Feb. 5 Morning: child's homeroom be the ,winnerfor Weisner of Winter Park, State 2675509for
hold a coffee February 6th at L Estrada after. Charron Williams Commercial
E. Bamford, reservations.
; having the most members Organizer, was a guest of the
.2:00 p.m. at her home for members noon: V. Gass, .r;. Browning; College in Miami. luncheon also.Wayside .
of HD clubs who will take present.
WATCH Chaudoin J. Wilson.
evening: E. Miss Peele graduated from Titusvilla -
part In the collection for the fundin Refreshments will be served t' ,;,'
REPAIRS : \ Thursday, Feb 6 Morning: High School in 1963, and
the Scottsmoor after the meeting by the home.
area. B. Jones, G. Bray; afternoon: Z. while In high school was president Baptist Dessert
Electric wiring was the subject Cutter, J. Roberts, J. Tolls; evening room mothers. + of her graduating class, Group Holds BanquetThe
Rost's talk. She displayed Card
$ Mrs. : A. Webster, N. Russell, W. Homecoming; Queen 1962, and PartyWednesday
r:1: several types of wires, Strom. Interior DecoratorTo the recipient of a scholarship Wayside Baptist Sunday Feb. 5
EXPERIENCED.REGISTERED boxes, plugs, fuses and switchesand y, School held teachers and
award from the National Secretaries a of. 8:00 m.
their also Friday, Feb 7 Morning: V, Address WomanThe p.
explained usage!
; Association (International). ficers banquet in the new annex
Shuler afternoon: M. Salter W at theCitizens
told the meaning of volts, ampere ; e
WATCHMAKERS and watts. Whale; evening-: J. Hughes, J, Woman's Club of Titus Joyce has been sharing an recently. Bank

TeVtpalr your time piece oloc.l Mrs. Robert Allen told about Moore, B. Hinds. vine, Inc., will hear Greer apartment with !Miss Gail Drake '. H Attending were Mr. and Mrs.
of Everglades City, also a student [ "Ss\ W. H. Kales and son, Eddie Prizes Galore!
ironically and to assure you ofqu.llty mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and Saturday, Feb. 8 Morning: McMorils, Interior decorator, atMonday's
'workm."shlp.Got heart massage. M. J. Billsborough; afternoon: C. meeting We erroneously qt t Charron.Williams She anticipates Tompkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Benefit of

You the typo of Watch, Repair Plans for a rummage sale to be lajler, N. Shields; evening: N. stated in our issue of Jan. securing employment in Miss Joyce P..l. Fisher and son. Mr and Mrs North BrevardRehabilitation
can depend.on Ray Everett and
the Miami area. son, Mrs[ Myra
27 that it to last
held in March, will be discussed Knight. was Monday Center
Lupoli, Rev and Mrs H. E.
at the next meeting.
ChambersJewelers I McMorris attended the Chic Twin Flynn, Mrs. Jamas Bingham and Sponsored by
Mission Golden DaughtersFor
Mrs. Rost served coffee and Study Years Club Epsilon Delta Sorority
ago Institute of Art in 1940.41'and sons, Mrs.
Andy and
cake to Mrs. Edith Wright, Mrs. At First Meet Feb. 6 The BarrsDr. Schyler Tickets 1.25 Call 267.1861
BaptistThe To
was field decorator for the I daughter and MJss Bonnie Tant.
Walter Loche. Mrs. Price Hall I
Mrs[ At Rissell, Mrs. Robert Allen Woman's Missionary Society Jack Tarr Hotel system in Houston The)\! Golden Years!! Club, and Mrs Samuel Barr are I I.
Mrs. Alma Hallum, Mrs. Texas, in 194950. He came the proud parents of twin daughters
"Jewelry of The Better Kind" of The First Baptist Church is sponsored by the Woman's Club
to Titusville
from the St. Peters.
Lyle Glllcnwater and Mrs. Cur. sponsoring a Mission study Tues of Titujsville, Inc., will meet born Tuesday, January 28

Convenient Term tis Futch. day, February 4, from 8 to 11:39a : ( burg-Tampa area, where he had Thursday, Feb. 8, at 9:30: a.m. at Deborah Susan weighedin CHANTICLEER
Plrtl Plaza, Tltusvlll The February meeting will be been in business for nine years. INN
m. at the church.A the Woman.: Club Building at 4 pounds, 12 ounces and

2477893 held at the )home of Mrs. Alma coffee will be held at 9:00: He will present his programat Coffee and refreshments will Lisa Ellen, 4 pounds and 15 ounc

---- ------- Hallum. |I with the book study of "Apogee"by 2:30: p.m. following the business be- 'served and games will be es. Mother and daughter .are NOW FEATURES -
Kate Gruver, beginning at session which will be'call played. Those having birth doing fine, the doctor-father re

030.: ( ed to order at 2:00: p.m. by drs. days in February will be honored ports. A Dinner Cuisine
Hostesses are Mrs. Glenn Rob. J. J. Condes, club president, Variety
erts, Mrs. J, C Talley and Mrs. said Mrs. R. Fisher, day mornings of SERVED 4:30
David Wiley FROM P. M. 10
Kovacs M. D. All persons over age 60( are The club is the project of the P. M.
Don Nelson. Dr. W. S. Hardin, chairman of the home life de
invited to attend these meetings, Department of Community Affairs
pastor, will take part In the pro partment. ITALIAN
bold on the first and third Thurs. of tha Woman's Club.
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING gram. Hostesses for the day will be I '

Mrs. J. D. Hanim. Mrs. Kenneth FRENCH


ctt Mrs. C. K. EUieridg, Mrs. HAVE ONE OP THE FINEST


ALL KINDS Demond. LIGUSTRUMAND We serve a complete line. of seafood delicacies .
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Danish Lobster Tails, Sauted Frog Legs and Lobster -.
FEBRUARY 1 1st, 1964 Our steaks are cut and broiled to your personal '

FOR THE PRACTICE OF our food preparation meat ,

FOR HEDGES cutting, cooking and baking' is done on the premises. '

Speedwriting Shorthand
OFFICE HOURS: Class 1 to f 10 to 49 SO A .v.r

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday Now Formlngf GAL. CAN
40c 35c 30c

Saturday 9:30: to 1:00: Eve. Hours Mon. 6:00: to 8:00: NEXT TO MIMS


1S2S S. Washington 267-1161 .16 S. H.\IM RvMrvittan Call 3(77(43p'


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Friday, January 31, ,194 .....'".1(Florid ISI.) .."'M.I. Pigs I _'

I,.... ,.'{\r ', Leaders InvitedTo 'Irna Bowling NewsLady I

Orlando Meet t
of 102 and 141. 2311

," a Keglers Bob. lemrneatad[ shot a 200 Standings;

.e K"??y volunteer leaders who : High: Individual game>: Betty game and had a 347 series T.n, \4vew f......

will participate in the 1964> Edu '"ew Mattingly: 218; Clenna Halloran, Chailie Lu(t had difficulty in t Ray'Imt N.Iaon Nitlunal' Ino' Hank f, 3

rational and Fund.Raising Crusades !' 194, the Hid( game with a 123, but T Ppmtonlt*. II Mu.l., 5 a j

of the American Cancel High Individual aeries: Betty rolled a 187 and 1S3 ui the first !liutry i Ki uuninl 4.4

.. Sicicty hate been invited to at r' Mattmgly, 541; Cilenna Halloran, two seMion to come out with a Hr.i K.Hhy.Mo.Hle.'."..kiln.... (1'urp,.,..|.., 4 4 4 1
tend a special conference to oe 533. 4H8( aides John. LnndMcnplnff 4.4I'ltlivni

hdd, Thursday, February 6. at R : A '.:"1 1 High: team same: Shaffer' In the second shift, Shaffer 11..av' hank Lama! a 3 :5>

s 'e the Cherry Plaza Hotel I, in Orlando GREETERS Plaza Hardware 712. had 227 game and SHI seriesHunnubtad Urihnni UiKlwrUrr. )"."nry :3 1 II 7

High: team series: Clurrydon shot a 234 game and

::t The meeting will be called to Ev\'COtv1ER6. ; Mobile Homes, 2
older" at 1.::OU noon, and ad .
Splits converted; Jean Kuhhlns, .
burned at 3:15: .. C..L.L3/ High individual game: Art
: J p.m. 5-10, Vera Wilson 3.10; Uet' lust, Mixers
. Mrs. James Armistead 1004 Sunday Night Schnurstcin. 2W), Donna Day, 18'),
310, Ann Anderson 57, Jane
. .,; Crusade Chairman of the Bie- -.. High individual series: Don
.. Dent, 3.10, Martha Anderson, High;: individual series: GlennaMiner.
' vard Unit of the Ameiicait Can 310 Lchtlu 3:10 Clem E Donovan, 523 Carlson, 503; June Ryan.Mlasaarlr .
( .' ,. ; Peggy ; 313.; ; ,.
., ., .
at cer Society. invites anyone who Matejka, 3,10 and Doris Bracket! Larry Magre, 518, Il 'nj De N'oudchopprr." Mw\0160, I.I'?,
yI would like to participate in the 45KUiKlUt. \ ties, 516, and Clara Henderson, Teem: Nn 7Term J q
t I9l)4 Crusade to attend this Nn a
Mutt I nutllunir 502.) Team N.. eTeam
Klu Ma0' : j q
t I meeting IUpitscntati\es of any Hh.tf.ri "'1... Illwr, 411,. ;JlWrititrn E Donovan rolled the only 200 Teem No.N..., T t a 1
dabs or organisations w.hi( Auln 41'. ::11'; Term Nil, 1\
.r games: (I it the evenings.Carl 5 1
. Kk hut-ill Alrinft 4M Team ..,
N. 3
would like( to participate in I II 5 1
Nerrinatnn'Inon. 41:11I:
Teem Nn 1'1'
'; Ihfrryilon. Mobile ll<> 41: JT Schmidt Rambler and j
r 11)64) Crusade ale a No lII"'III'd I m i Team N. a y w.
..lt 4 el
/mislead, Cocoa t ti36-> .:574, Mi" i. Y Merrill. .. ALI-I H.-rv lIU 41Karl from Moonlaml Mobile ENVELOPES Busineif Sizes _
I r.. t ;.,;; Homer IUidler, litusvilkvl <'u tI..Imiiramn. Mlnrn, In.. :;1,1 I Id 4 41%1 Homes[ and HOiling: by Taylor; Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp
e.ti'S +.h .. Hrnt N.llonul llmik :Jl IIH .'. Donovan and Co., took 4 frontDeMonlc's
331.2 or the Ameru cane'i r for
: \ "Meeko'.I.nunae I ?U M mailing Full stock at Star.
SiHictv Melbourne 7234: J87
. The month of April rm". be 10 lladcoek Furniture won 3.1 over
c Traveling Team last: 'oast Howling Supply
I designated as Cancer control:
stnndle.. wen L,1t
Month by an itt of Con',r. 'J. and TihuvilK' t 1'ravdllTt'lIm, .:, l is unoven" e'o sly" :M55/

so proclaimed by the I'res lIlt, ntot HOMEMADE: A number' of the Central Florida u.Ue.lI"oI"'k! 1I'"n.rurnlure, II 42'4' :29 211'11 e e eI'

tie, United States, and the ALE Traveling League, won eight taw.: t'"ul 1I".lIn. 3T aft I
coOODS C.rl 14d..n.11. (. lUnililrr, 31 35 /
Govun'ij of the State of Florida points: from Palace Bowl during ").Mollle'. triiiiihlMii| USI 8T 0
NEW SHOP Jay Dee Jewelry Shop, located at Indian so stated Dr. Mary Catnrynt league action this wick I.lKl. ";llim, Uv Taylor III 4talunlud
River Plaza, is now open for business The shop is owned Park Men itt Inland, pre idem Mubllv Honii-t II IIJ; 4l Piece,

and operated by Mr and Mrs. James R. Boyles who of the: Drevard Unit of At.S FOIL COUNTY HOME Mrs Edward Decker top and The. team, which pulled into

formerly operated a !shop at Pompano Beach Mrs. Other officers ore Mrs. J. !Harold Mrs. Jack Schweinsberg, bottom, ot the Florida Greeters one hulf came from first place, Wednesday Night
Boyles has attended several watchmakers schools and is Virgil will howl In Titusville Sunday.
Davis of Eau Gallia and Newcomers Club, display signs advertising the club's high Individual Ranio: Tom
an expert in his field He will carry popular brands of Schenck of Cocoa, tirepre- homemade Roods sale scheduled foi tomorrow at Pirtle In the lint shift Jack Shaffer Ihllorun: 242; Rill Stoke, 220.
merchandise and will have a complete watch repair service siclonts, the secretary is Mrs. until 3:00 Proceeds will rolled n 2U( : !game and 55!) series '
Plaza from 9:15: a. m. : p m go high I | Individual series! : Itlll I ICI 'I i
The Boyles now live in Indian River Heights and Charles R Scott of Eau Gallic, toward purchase of two chests of drawers for the Bre uo lead the Titusville. crew. SaNk! 6J7: ; Dun IHMovcr) 5ROIliiih ,

have two sons, one attending Titusville High and anotherin treasurer is Charles Crurnrine of vard County )Home. (SPhoto). Jim Rltenburg also rolled a / team game: : First Nat

college Cocoa Beach, and the medical 202 game, but had trouble* In the tonal Hank, 853,

.. advisor is Dr. Charles Roberts first two sessions, rolling games high: team serlcii: Spacconix,
of Eau Gallie. Big Shoe Selection At Behr'sAdvertising I -- -- ----

119 Old Dixy Hwy; William "
the largest stock tl t business for 14 yars.!!
Muiray 523 Wager St.; Sue
and 61 Coronado of Die1' Slogan of the store Is "we' fit SPECIAL
Bandy baby quality footwear In all 10 PIECE SOFA BED
human" and they .
any canupto
Rd. Noiman Brothers Mims;
; yard County Dchr's new shop men with site 15, women sue Croup Valuo-$169.93
Elizabeth Johnson and baby, 319S.
10 store is open in Titusville! > 12 and in all widths

rla 503 Olive Ave; Sheila Presley, bam Bi-hr the owner of tHi/ Managing the new store are

2540 Garden St.; William Frit- store located on South Washington :- Del' Harrow and Barbara Tib
chard. 2371: Garden St. i
; Emily Avenue, has been<< In the ihoc belts
Smith. 733: Williams St; Hubert I
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S. Smith, 327 Delaware Ave., I I

Jamestown, N. Y., Pat Spietr, I I1U02 5 SHIRTSs109LAUNDERED

Garden St.J.nIl8'y. WATCH THIS SPACE

( Admitted Carolyn I Faye If you have sometimes worx).r..d! \ Group Value 1&9.95.
( Boyd, 428 Canaveral Ave.; Bar. Whether you ought to buy ((0' nil) a

lt bara Ann Bowman, 306 Hill- house CLEANING
How la determine what your home Is
t SHRINE CLUB OFFICERS At a recent dinner meet- crest Dr.; Valerie Cadwallader, worth 1

ing held at Whispering Hills Country Club the above 912 Temple Dr; Henry Carver Whathor le! see a Rear! Estate office ORDERAT .
officers of North Brevard Shrine Club were installed 2311 S cond Ave, Gradcnton, When li the beat time to buy or soil ANY TITUSVILLE LOCATION
Lisle Hicklngcr, Ula irsville, than you will ba Intortttod In a new
for 1964 by Harold Kastner Potentate of Bahia Temple. series of .ds to appear In this space
Left to right are Frank Darden, Secretary; Fred Bell, Penn; Carla Page I[o word each waak.Wo .
Board of Governors; Ernie O Brown, Treasurer; Chas Johnson Motor Lod.e.: will endeavor to answer these qoot- IA 21 PC. DINETTE

A. Heller, President; Harold Kestner Potentate; Jas. Discharged: Bonnie LukathtrH08 Lions, and many others, for you.. e Croup Value 54.95
If you care to comment on thorn, wo will j hniu .
1 G, Munnis and Chas. Smith, Board of Governors. Oak Terrace; Charlotte ) welcome your thought |IIIt i it wo A
Fortier, 3iO Key Biscayne; will welcome YOU, at any time wo may a

Pcjuvillo! St.; Dorothy Robinson Gwendolyn Andrews 623 Olive I be privileged! to lerxe.Campbell AND LAUNDRY

< Jess Parrish Muss; Dtlores Smnett, 1027 AI- Ave.; Thomas Gable, 3S04 24th I Associates MATHER

ford Ave,; Robert Smith, 422 Ave Tampa, Mary Galloway 49 Highway SO Indian River Shopping Center
Julia St ; Fred Stroud, 1310 Muns; George Cato Titusville; Incorporated OF NEW SMYRNA
Ave. (Next Chamber of Commerce)
0 Washington io
> Hospital List June: Knight St. Doris Funkhouser, 43 Giove I 210 S. Wath. AM 7.7325 524 Canal St:
Land: William Thompson, 340 Pirtle Plata Tltusvllle Phone; GA 8.4131

I; Admissions and dismissals at January 26 Colerdge Ave. -
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Jess Parnsh Memorial Hospital Admitted: Keith Barnett 418 --

for January 25, 26 and 27 were 1'iaiun River Ave.; Eloise Bush,

as follows: 1105 Fdlmetta St.; George Cato! ,

January 25 Titutville, Addle Mercer, U. S INTEREST
Admitted: Henry: Bill E'ldms, 12123. .
I Itischtrgcd: Ddores Troman,
i Minis, Bonnie Ltikachcr, 1401( -
I Oak Terrace; Joyce( Arkne

Brown, Titusville Trailer Ct.; '' 'n.

Mary Young, Rt. 2, Titusville "READY FOROCCUPANCY" a
I I o
Discharged: Keith Barnett,

418 Indian. River Ave.; Cliffw
Belcher Mims; Harry Gene Old Dixie Highway COMPOUNDED t

Bennett, 2823 W. Tropic St.; near Westwood Villas I

Carolyn Carey and baby, 335 3 Bedroom Houses

Gray Ave.; Ruby Conner Box 1 & 2 Baths Full Tile ;

1254; Dorothy Johnson! and Central Heat :i. "
baby, Roys Apts Cocoa; Di FHA or

ante M ytrs 309 Mentor Ave.; Conventional Financing

David Migdahki, 1432 Lake :
Phone 287-5437 or 267-1477
Circle Dr; Defy Phelan, 4282 ,
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i Skillet

NaV s Save where your money earns ;

4% per) annum and all savings


SATURDAYHAM are compounded quarterly .


Grilled, IU,., cured hem
steak, pineapple ring french !

fried potatoes, cortege

cheese salad, roils.85c.

( 4JJ.4-. '

The "Bank
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Pag 4 TIJvsvlHe (Florida) Star Advecatt Friday, January 31, 1W health And -Welfary ,Cuyler P. T. A. .P1 .. ''CMltfIIt: )Its I :10 ',ifrmlnate flelee4 I > JJ 3>;aii cton't recogna
-_._- .-.--- I J Resided I soon. ,Funds deriv.d! from 4ius Culler's campus:> The beautiflMUon : i.

Mims Area HappeningsMullinsHutcheson P9" DJ $.evcD.y ;7tie! Cujler: Elementary School\ affair ;will be turned' ,over to .-ne : JomllitteelIjlklng: plants( and flowers plansto

Adventists Dies Memphis PiT-A. ,will :elect Monday night PTA, treasury: \ All membara:, 50' around\place the campus, The Student

I +the 1r.ituav\Ue\ SeltU\Ut pay Feb 3, in the school auditorium.his acted\ well< to the suggestion: of Council under the leadership of

Vows Said MC1C1t t ,l HcaWirWWU \ and WeifKC dames ,O. WeDcugal I, Jr. 42, meeting ,will be special: gelling snow 6nibcrsWp ,iUckotiular Mrs E. Ryoland, is to assist in
'$ rv.iG1. e l gepoRt. Let Jli63l II ,(peeler: \ ,Resident\ Alf yitvwvill\ because patrons and parents ,rfiot two'U6IeQle; : aglieitig ,psorereg. ..be their RUns,willingness TWs and group desire showed last

,reads l; ;u loU >w.: ditll By Gladys McL.ndon Tr" f"lIf r.r: I ,x"\\411\ ( of! ,jPapUst; |H pUal\ \ in : pf the year, but t they r.. *dcj I. J'am&aagn' y Aiiecbairroanet yrgek fcy planting an tree to
AM 7-1243 ; 444igie\ .91 ,glotbthg ,ai\t'll1, But\ Ahi ..cecoanue Arbor. pay
Memphis I {\Term JQe,th vWM\ due "can,enjpy\ .a.display,of home en. # ; \ '
: I ;J.ftW! tDlates.pRtlgteardf; : Miss Ann Carman Hutcheson!\ ,41 ; .a \ [ anJ ,ace ,being (ereaulasted l to/
h t a .' ; ,repaired. ;15,230: ;pieces: : ; ,new fuc- A small
daughter of Mrs Louise Hutchesgn Me wit i jnembqr ,pf the /upperware Company; H ,cojrunun Lj', >wjdeteatpbetleid, ( j[< I
a at<6\l\VJ\ >Ass4e, ,IyG j Mood ,QjUkllt5ill.itrlb6Cl lilt ,will ,be given to all who ,at- Stock Reduction Sale l 1 t 1rarer. I
Methodist Church, .and .was a _
brideof t
of Minis, ,Became the \ \ :t..i; touts: ,pf ,Chtbipnthelp far toe ibaoefjt do qhe t fffMVfyPastors .. s 1 -
Roy Mull\[ ins, lion( of Rev and ; ;C1.r : Js'pr.k. a,98t. ; WorM ,War II .veterao.Whileatn; telld. .of ywiqyg .c< njinui\ ty.Churches DECOR 'm.lor-.E ., vinyl
Mrs. Dclbirt Mullins of Mims, ,, intusville\ ,de .pp\rated .laundromat The -members committee gavean : : will boat
on January 11th. The douhje .4 ;: >. Actio1es' of ,Jturjutui: 1ie; given<<; ;a- at the '!Pig (Apple FUua. The impression report ,on plans ,to ,\ ?WQ OALS. tar $7.50.

,ring Ceremony; was performed at ; "f '''''IV"t: ,bedding{ r&i\en{ away, .4a.ni.ly\ .resided: : at )100) ?! ,. 'JVash-' gather more .members AUs' In the\ ,near Jtutute, |ac't, .Jt!:>Ie awCOVER pisconHnwd castors In SUPER
6 p.m. at Scottsmoor Community 641; vQlui Unas toys ,distributed, .in/tpn\\ Ave. ,Ue was a ,aUye of. KEM-TONE r..ular $4.90 TWO

Church with Rev. Delbert MulJjis Rio. 'pqrJld! eSl. .?,831, cnsli: .FycreM; ,City, Ark &;AJ..$.
officiating t ; ,,, /, .dpryatgd tt" \welfe, $609.9?. ,sI\l'"Ii.v\lrJ I\ \ ace ,touje sops, a LJ\HK SUPER KEM-OLO Regular
The Church was decorated J U1 A .,.69 TWO .GA$| $. (for price of
,,\WlW,1WI nwther tyrs May-
\ : ,
P kw 'l1'l'ewelt[ te scuv; ce: yuahes} to akel,
with evergreens and and arrange .tbanlc \the ; eoplef, ; cit' a&a\\1le I.Qr .pia 114gDaugpl; \ and winter Miss Have your own office address, phone *uunb.f .f.P.4. ,
white mums
.moots of grads cousin of their\ ktndgess\ .bpd \otp $n ,(I\ak. AnnJf Mgr,1ougal. secretary: to take your cU for .oru'y) $5 pet ,week. THIS COUPON Good For $1.00
Miss Linda a { ing thb. ,w'w.\h.w.I\Ue. Jt\l\vJ\ \ <: .pos. Melbourne Cocoa or Titu .ylil!.. ON mare Of ANY $10.00
the' bride, piovided the PxQ Bible. or PURCHASE!
wedding music with all purchases! J.
".V. Stamps
,The bride, whp was given in Ire >?Yy. If anyone )bps i any clothing to ; you have rental a 1 .

marriage: by Calvin H BisbeeSr 1 .1II1ro\e\ I they are .pelted to briiig: Factory Paint Outlet Inc.
? was radiant In a floor length > .," I' 1t1'" J t : nto X420 .t1.'WMjlWsitcan, Av.e..c.r housing, list ,it in TltuivilU Ares Cocoa & Cocoa !leach AM 7-3255 .

dress of brocade! taffeta, entirely tR ., 1a4RJt.1: ."' ,call 267.530 J36.7031 Baldwin Shopping Center
'V.'f1. r Fred JrVJawqr, diieotorof !
The; Star-Adyocate
>Jtjndmadc> by tbe groom'smother. 1,; the wgltare.
A small crown held .., .. .... "k ;: : 4' ; .- --. -
\the brides veil and she carried fI
a cascade bouquet of white k rzait I>wN 4 i iw

... rI\JVl't&< ..
Carnations. ...-........ J:, 't4 1 : 1
Maid of honor was Miss ,Lana ,
HutcJicson' sister pf the bride, Mr. .and Mrs. ,boy Mulllni COLONIAL TV & APPLIANCES1t

w.hoore, a street length dress
ttftMl! ,: Pt.au. de'aye( with jnatch- joyed very ,jnuch. "Family Games in Family SI'4)I.)
trig tlrqlut veil and carried Cako and coffee ,was .served \to ,ters."

\vl\ivC: \ ; flowers( Miss Linda Bis the following .members Rev; Drn JJo. 2 presented> a skit W No.1 1 JACKSON IITUSVIliE AM 74107
bee served as bridesmaid wear Mullij. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Duff, "Keeping Alert 1t .

ing a street length dress of ,blueOig.uizo Mrs Roland Webb, Mr and Des No. 3 presented a skit on I

( with matching veil and Mrs Gcgrgc: Burke, Mr and "Physical Fittness during Emergency /

,Carried white flower Mrs. J, C, Johnston Jr., Miss .
Arron Mullins, brother ,of the Frances! Gaetano, Whit Pebbles, Wcblo( Den gave a skit on

groom! served as befit man, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Runions, and "Hazards .in ,the I(pine" DeChet

William Mullins, a younger brother Mrs\ William Duff. ( < .Steve Lewis and Upward\
served as usher Michael February\; meeting is to pe Matteson gave a Bandage Dempnstration ,Hi! Come on in and Jet's get acquainted We have reorganized -

Hutcheson, small brother of the held M the home of Mr and / and Dr Alvin J, 1.e

bride, ,was ring bearer. Mrs Roland; Webb ) Following the ceremony a reception Refreshments were served by .
was held In the Church Mims Personal the mothers of Den No. 3.Card come

1M1! After the wedding cake4tisd Mr and Mrs. Paul DclMonte "e teous. efficient: factory trained personnel. These people!

; ,been cut by the bride and are proud .to announce they are Of ThanksTo
: '

Mrs groom\ Emory the guest Jones were and served punchwas by girl the parents:She arrived of a darling January baby 27th those thoughtful and conS r. as\ \saU' will offer expert! service and advice; on all of your Electronic

sidercte who in the hour
served by Mrs. Avon Price IIt.f pjm weighing 7 Jb. Hi oz., persons | .J dlcitLll
of '
our recent bereavement ,er.
and Miss Barbara Jo Creel. ,tend Anne has Both,been, mother named and daughter Patricia ved as pallbearers at the fupera\ for Every Equipment and home appliances.

TJic bride\ was a student at Ti- of Mrs. Lichtenberger, to \those

tusvillc High School. The groom: Paul are doing Little fine Patricia and so is.it the daddy first\ who coiled, lent dowers, card3; \ \n1e\ -
is Bisbee.
employed by Calvin .
: and Prod, we extend our) deepEst One
granduhil The couple are making their and heartfelt gratitude.Dr .
hume in the Dixie Trailer Park, ton\ (Newton. E. J. Lichtenberger. ': le'4ild! ,

south of Mims. Mrs. Carrie Newton of Nel and family. \\lCJ\\\\\ .

Another Fir Lou son Virginia} is spending the winter GENERAL ELECTRIC--

with 'her son and dau ,hta n', ea F, .
The Columbia Taylor house ,.
law, Mr and Mrs. Crafton New lots More In '64' "
purchased by W. J. Folaom.
ton, and \ COMING SOPNf
family \
burned Tuesday, January 28,
about' 10:30 a.m. Faulty electric\ T OPEN NEXT WEEK Watch for line''I
our grand showing of the 1964
wiring was believed ,to be the Mrs. A. E. (Bip) kaiser
cause of fire. have moved\ \ ,Into ,Utelr, beautiful 'e Of General Electric Appliances.
new home on Rt. 46, just
west of Mims.
Flramans MeetingThe

Minis Volunteer Fire Department 0
Cub Scouts Neat
holds its meetings the
first and third Tuesdays of The Miens j$ ub Scout Pack No.

each month. So lets go volunteer 360 )held ttheir\< \ monthly\ .meeting,

to 4th.the ut next: meeting p.m. February Methodist Thursday\ /anuary Church.,23rd Assistant at the Some Of The "Get Acquainted" Specials OfferedFor

Cub Master and Weblo Instructor

Bill Kimble led the meeting
Methodist Church News
and introduced the following Your Inspection
The Brotherhood held their .
guests! : James H. Patton Jr., .
first meeting of 1984, MondayJan.
District Scout Executive Law.
27th. It was their organizational ;
rcnce Ewen: Assistant District :
meeting. Plans were TWO WASHERS IN ONE
Ste FlorlaVi grtot.it annual
Commissioner F. J. Erb Neigh.
outlined and passed on for thecoming ; ; altractlonl N.w..h,bill, remod. GfNfRAL-tjmcTRlc
borhood Commissioner; and Carl eled bu Idingil N.w artractlontl
: year. Open discussion E. Nesbit Member at Large. S.. Women World-all n.w WITH MINI-WASH SYSTEM!' IJ.
un programs thru the month of this y.or. New un.d| Art ExM.bltlon disposal.
The meeting was opened with
plus ip.cl.l Audubon
April. We all
hope our
Flag Ceremony by Den No. 2. inhibit 18th annual Florida
: will be present at our Feb Electrical Expoilrlon. Slate ; Illmlnat* Feed. Wail From your
Parents and Scouts joined in t
ruary meeting to hear Lay and County >hiblti..Cottle + e. Kfrcheril
and rabbit thowt .
singing America. The theme for iwlne poultry
: speaker, George Morgan, presi ..International Orchid Show -
dent of the Citizens Bank of Ti. the evening's program was ...American Hlbltcin Show,., \ All normally hand-washables :See
Our "Built-lns"
"Family: Alert". Lloyd Gray, Florida International/ Center..
: tusviUe.\ Mr. Morgan is an out. \ CivlL'Defdnkeillnstcuctor, ': spoke I can ha washed automatically '

: standing speaker and we arer.ure on Civil Defense. in G-E's miniature washbas- & Appliances Before

you will enjoy hearing him. Den No. 1 presented a skit onBadcock's t. 2 BIG WEEKS! 1 t e ket which removes quiccly] for .
In March, Miss Frances Gae- You
tano has been invited to speak BIG SHOWS! big 12 Ih. load requiring Buy Anywhere!

end show' the films taken on her ; heavier washing action.

trip thru the Holy Land.A talk 49Menlo.
... H.ll Driver Thrill
most delicious meal of
Show Pint J.rry Murad'i Harmonlcah .
steak, rice and gravy, corn and and the Porto Wag-
potatoes, dessert and ice cream Are Moving To A ono Show. .Eight big Sowtl
Tkk.H on iol novel
and i jello was served by the NEW LOCATIONOn f.b. 5. '.9, t llanJ II
Friendship Class to about 14 Or About IMCA: B'g Car Aule RacM.. 21995 tIJJ! ;
members. A good time of F.1.t 10.15' .
RCA CKam lan .oal. _
FEB. 1st. 1964 >hlp .
Chi Khan J
fellowship was enjoy. The wlld.it thaw In the wpie.
ed by all Champion cewbeyt from ell
-e- evtr th* notion wilt b. ;riding
The Friendship Class met last
WATCH FOR OUR rough tough Teiat stack for the
Saturday evening Jan. 25th, at big maney...light big rodeo
the Church Annex During the Grand PpeningANNOUNCEMENT ihowi.tickernow.Ord.r mtrved. grandstand -

business meeting plans wee; IN PERSON. ..SIDNEY IURKEI
made for the Easter Sunrise ,
Service and breakfast which lot Our flew ..Loutlo"2J For tltk.l Inlormatton phone
Tam 228.718* er 254J88I.
this class each
sponsors year: ) East/yAainSr. For Irte tick*!order farm,write
Later. Miss Frances Gaqtaino\ Florida Stole Fair (TICKETS)
showed films of her visit to the Sagne" Block ,i Post Office t, O. Box 1231, Tampa. I .

Holy Land, which exeryone en-! \
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TlfvivllU (Florida) Star-Advoett* 1.

January 31, 1944 -. ". .- -- -- ---,. 9

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Jv lnRfJ1lnle CaARLW AITON -' ,,,r

By "CharUy" Alton test to check no matter where or

I, ICldt when you gn> fi hm We've had a
1 ;a i I have a habit of checkln' sec special fl
and always try for a long time, hut we
f By Ron* Hughn Somas fills i C ind hand: shops '> gear
1 o check out whatever hooks thej never knew how to use It to the
Now, with the
best advantage
have in stock. It's
Hunters in North Brevard might as well give up on any 4 to 14 nay what a filler can find. For In aid of this! little honk maybe we
catch fish
learn to more
hopes of obtaining a rifle range. -, can
Two separate rifle and pistol clubs in the Titusvillearea lance, the other day we drove This hook says that 70 tn 72

have tried unsuccessfully to find a range and also per to Melbourne, and I spotted add degrees! is the water temperature

suade county recreation officials to construct a site, but nothing > shop on U. S. 1. It just hap that bass prefer I I'd always fig,,

seems to work in their favor. icncd that this particular shop fcrcd it was from fig to 72 dc

recreation director, .. .. crops: io I didn't miss It much)
According to Ralph Carter, county c$ 'X' vas run by a woman, so there ,
.a Hut that is an ideal condition
land in North Brevardto ar .
"The county does not have enough .r vasn't much In the way of fish Suppose the water: gets too hot'

construct a rifle and pistol range. n' tackle or anything like, that ? For ono!
Then what happens
But, Carter said, if the land was available, certainly the But among the bonks that I had thing if it gets& too doggrnnl hot,

county would construct a site tI!me to check was one called! and( the bass have to stay in it
Dimensions required by the National Rifle Association 'Bait Castingith a Thermometer
will pUiinHie
for very long!. they JUM
specify that each range has a tract of land, 1800 feet from ," It wits written by a man It happensnntc! often hereIn

the firing line lamed "Frank It. Slt-el! This' Florida, The shallow ponds(

Dave Dunn, president of the Titusville Rifle and Pistol Itri44 particular hook was published In and lakes start goin dry! like in

Club, said their organization was still using the range on I. 1 1947 summer, and unless the fish can

North Merritt Island. $ out to deeper water where
thermometer get
of !
Most us use a
"We had a shoot two weeks ago, Dunn said, "But allowus we lust to check on our personal I Ienl11 It's cool, they are apt to bckl11.:

don't know how much longer the government will fort, I imagine, hut what ed The trouble Is that the *aterfont

to shoot there. Once the government moves us out, which" bout the effects of temperature have to dry up just get too

could easily happen.anytime, we will be without a range m the fish we'd like to catch JoRfinnod.: ( hot I ICoin'
"At the present time, one of the finest rifle ranges in
that has occur
it's thing
the scale on athermometer
the Southern United States is under construction, Carter rt'd to most of us. I know, hut itII right: up
the different stages\:\
said. that fish have lef
true very
"Located in the northeast corner of Eau Gallie\ this state preferences as to water would read somcthin' like this
the entire county J From 32 to 52 degrees the fish!
range will be large enough to accommodate ; e-mperature If the water gets too
rest l,4 almost In hibernation
10 bench would! be
We plan to begin pouring concrete for tot or too cold, the fish will be \U
skeet and trap ranges 2. \no' ) activity at all From 52 53
high powered positions; 2 combination C have a lot different than if It Is startirV to
small bore rifles, and 50 pistol positions .t I. feed differently, degrees: they would be
; 50 positions for should have r .. rY 4 Tit '. ). u7t right They move around a little, but wouldn'te
continues scheduled, we water temperaturehanges
"If construction as iccordmg to
feedin' like they should! From
some parts of the range open by April, Carter pointed out M J s c ..l N' trfT US to RO (degrees they would. betartin'
to rest on one r
in Titusville seems : Cdr
The complaint e f
the licit
"Even when Ordinarily. If the water gets to feed, with
statement, "It is too far to drive, Dunn said. middle of
four laned and in excellent tlO cold the fish \\Ion't t feed at all ime of day about the
the new U. S. 1 is completely Salt waterrout he day, and the best depths
for periods
will be too far to drive
driving conditions, it the best
about S: to 10 feet and(
North for example, will usually
"The only reason we cannot build a range in I In lakes)
said. deep and May there Then, if places (
don't have-the land, Carter I go; .
Brevard is because we would probably be close to deepr
Park 'on want Huh. you can get them
is the Fox Lake )
in the Titusville area
site deep
"Largest baits or water, and in or over
with deeper running
the shores of Fox Lake If we constructed a I rushes. From
which on and ures. Very often the fish you do reed beds or deep
rifle range there, it would interfere with picnickers atch then will he a lot bigger eo to 65 degrees the most likely

fishermen." a w t..j than average!! As far as trout are ptha would be from 2 to 4 feet

and nearly (tOO truck loads of white sand will be interned, I don't think there hasten and i the best places around the
Glenn Overstreet, local wildlife officer has a dog at RECREATION SITE-Aerial Photo of the new Fox Lake hauled into the area for beach purposes. (Bohannon too much research on them shore lines The middle.! of the

his house and he can't find it's owner. A liver and white recreation park, shows nearly the entire 30 acres have Photo.) Thil' particular book Is written lay would still be the best time,

pointer Overstreet said he found the dog two days ago and cleared. The shoreline surrounding the site will also be Studio bout fresh water bass, pike and but the fish might range all over

no-one has claimed him. iiiakles, but many of the things a i shallow, mud-bottomed lake.
Anyone who knows Overstreet could guess what will anti conditions that effect these Like we said before, from 10to

happen to the dog if he is never claimed: RainDespite flah will also effect many others 72 degrees is what this book

He does a lot of quail hunting, and if this dog can be Coif Popular Despite aid was the most likely to pro-

trained Overstreet will probably give him a little exercise.. There are a great many very luce Bass would very likely feed

"I will keep the dog until someone can identify him," Ing conditions that effect the,way ill day and In water from 1 to

the plan on having at least one mixed for furnishing the association'sscramble fillh behave, but the water temp. .1 feet deep. If anything, the early
\ said.Playalinda. markers on
Overstreet having had several placing ISO:( yard per month) plus regular lounge, he said shire is by far the most imortant and late times of day woult,

rainy weekends, Burl Crabtree, fairways This will help golfers scrambles Also 'included In the plan for and It is one of the ....- tightly the best. from 72 to
resident! professional at Whispering determine the distance from The scramble. was sponsored Improvement wilt bet rain shell- about 80 degree. the bUll would j|
the fairways.Although
Beach Hills Country Club said places on the men's and women's golf rs, which should be erected! be startin' to move back Into
Is by '
Thursday, "There' a lot of people the entire club Whlipeflng!now nssbcUlion and money raised within" the next few months, he Gibson Teams deeper (and cooler) water I
t *the public, '
open concluded, from 5 to 12 feet
playing golf' memberships from the tournament will be used Water depths
i "We were actually surprisedto Hills is accepting would probably be best, and eve-

see people braving the cold "Mary[ people believed when we lave 2 GamesGibson ling and early morning! the best

weather to play golf: as they opened the doors, this would eliminate lines, Above 80 degrees, if they

1'To Be Open AgainPlayalinda have in the past month", Burl: memberships, but if club a .' Terriers Play High! School Blue Devilsnd could Ret that deep, the ,fish

1'\'\ said golfer is a member have to does not pay
Crabtree, who is serving as here tonight and also meet 12 I to 25 feet! deep and res
Recreation Director for the first time fees", Crabtree clarified/ would hit slow, if at till:
vard County professional night.
Beach will be open popka tomorrow
who in previous
ardent golfer for John Pepper, would be the best time to
this summer, for swimming and Ralph Carter has been an has won yean has been employed on Here TonightTitusville The Blue Devil's next home fight

beach facilities, according to Bre Located north of the former probably 20 years and courses in this area, IK now lam. will be Friday night against fish. Interesting
honors at Whispering Although it is an
several top)
Titusville Jaycee Beach, which. Hills while a member and on course superintendent of Whispering High School Ter. Playing on the first loam are rooms High of Sanford Jittle book and the man could

was closed down last year because other courses throughout the central Hills. Maury Roberts, Larry Jarrell, ENVELOPES Business Sizes he I right all the way down) the
Umpire School of Cape Kennedy expansionfor Florida area. He took over "Last week, we had one of the rises will host Satellite Dl'Ich Tim Barrowman Dob Compara- Also Kraft Envelopes with claspr IIn.! It'll be fun to check, any
largest mixed scrambles ever the third time this season I to. full 1 stock lit Stirdvocate
for mailing
in >
the MILA project, Playalindawill as professional than 50 to and Paul Matthews : -ay.-
employed life "There are still several thingswe :: held at the club. More night in the THS: gymnatiui Office.

Begins Feb. 12 guards have and county sanitary facilities, are planning to do for improvement men and" women competed stated.in"We the and travel to Sanford Saturda, Parkway Teams To 11
on the course, such as contest, night, for a second contest.
Titusville Little League organzation's !. Carter disclosed The Terriers beat Satellite I in Play Here Saturday Brevard Lumber CompanyREADY.MIXED.IN.TRANSIT
will begin Also on the counties' list of recreation
umpire school the Christmas Tournament vet nd Parkway Junior High basket'bell

Feb 12 League officials said recently sites will be the expansion Rec Area later lost to the Scorpions and tams will ontertatn Eau CONCRETE
of Parrish Park near the Titus- New Paint Hardware
sloe l beat Sanford In the second Calll Saturday evening In the Building Material Lumber 9 A
originally planned ville causeway, another site now 57.SO. m BUILD ROOF TRUSSES
The meetings, Blue game of the season% Titusville High Sccheol Gymnasium WE
for six weeks, has been changed under construction near team has 11 Let Uc Give :You An EtilmtU -
Coach Art at i P.m.All '" ;
in Indian River City, 'PhoneAM,7.3831i
S to four Shirley Mixson, secretary Hole Park 'regular\ st t ahan record of 8.5 and thr.. grades '... ,seventh(;! Prompt,D.Utrr ) 1
that was recently -
of Instructor the organization for the said.clinic will be Fox Lake completed and one In Indian River. Is DiscussedDisplaying tournament included -slate i of learnt eighth represented.and ninth will 'have I I f

t tJjut
District Chief Umpire Heights. -
Nick Copare the LL. Carter said, "The Parrish Park a lay-out of the Sr"ngJeT pointed out lhe, week the Terriers lost to I -------
site after dredging Is completed, will eventually 1 be Ovledo and Orlando BiRhop
first three roads that
Mixson said assistant Parts
Mrs 1-
the size It area, Moore, Automotive
be about twice
meetings will be held at' First should to County Commissioner Gus available for travel to the park, Dependable

Federal Savings and Loan Association -. now is.BoatClubPlans. Faulk discussed the new development but said that the one from State

Building and the final session program for recreational Rood 405 Is the only one which, DOG
will be under game condi at Fox Lake during this
purposes will be ready year.
lions. yesterday's meeting of the Rot.

Anyone interested in aiding the ary Club, RACINGNIGHTLY ((Q! t l lA
Little League: all an umpire car \1
contact LL President, Jay Campbell Sunday CruiseThe Pointing out that the park is HONDA"World' 8:10:

267-2166. to bo opened with formal ceremonies Except SundayMATINEES C

Titusville Boat Club b April 1, Spangler listed lye .-M"r-br 1n..widwMN1. t3Mr, N.r1Nt1
.planning a cruise to the Oyster or plan
Bar Sunday, February 2 All the facilities underway of white sand No. I Cycle" Wizard Battery Wizard Voltage! |" 35Regulator
ned: 2000eet
LOHEIS From JU T. boats will leave the Marina at beach picnic facilities, boat 4 CrcU No Oil Mix Wizard 11 5 Booster Cables 1 169 J

On-" 9 SO a.m., weather permitting. launching: ramp, restrooms, ball Mrolor(; '
Signature, Furniture, Auto, Plans for the cruise were formulated horseshow sorry' A rebuild!
field, volleyball court, Scan stalled cars fasti! Brand new not
Eitattt, Boats at the regular semimonthly No Completely
Real Guaranteed Ford
meeting Tuesday night pits, etc. Minors I rebuilt. Chevrolet 'i9U Two 8ft.insulated cables!! XO-52( : Che., 40-55

SOUTHERNLOAR at the Titusville Marina clubhouse He said that the park will be y I .

maintained by the county re- WIZARDI'e
W.dn** Each family is to bring a covered ration department, probablywith I
2 P.M.
dish and it the weather a full-time man PJ M

does not permit going by boat, I I I II
the group will travel by tars. on all the cruise For information L.dl.! Free Thursday Night I I Kit I t
Anyone Interested in boatingis call Cruisemaster Ruben t Class Enclosed I

this family Kansen: AM7.2151 or Mrs. 9 Netted Grandstand:
welcome to join ,eel 10 31.52Letsla
348 TltvsvJU club which includes the children James Boyd AM72388BUSINESSMAN'S ModelsFrom LuxurleuCkbhoua., !

South !FlorM valet l Parking i New Whard S
"Where The Top Dogs Run N.Wizard 29
274331PHONE i loI9S
Washington LUNCH $$199 Rains Shin." Pointy Water. pump 885 Fwd Pimp

NOW! i chaps lot. rotor"dd '4l.fS2 Chew.J Oris-' "49.-5J Ford V-8, '32t5iCberJ
ONE DAY SERVED DAILY e w')j Oitv. equipment quality! Original qualiryMORLEY'S
24.Merdhlyt 1 1M __ __J
Cash .ylWMfth II $ \ CYCLE CENTER
T. Ysru 1.00
$150.00 $ 8.89I \ Magnolia Plaza, TltutvllU

INN I 562 King St, CecBlxock I 181.1321Friday
300.00' I CLUB TnUSVTU.E -

I 450.00 ,26.23 806 S. HOPKINS 267-7043 "Need I Wr...l_l.. HmltoM" _,,11.11 .... aa6vd A 0"..... I

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Peg TlrvtvllJ (PbrMa) Star.Adv..at. .."a FrlJiy' January 31,1M4 Showered Recent Births f

Edgerton RemainsTo At JP HospitalRecent
Mrs. Trudy Nason of

I Mother's March Hils $1,100$ Free InstructionAnd was feted at a surprise births at Jess Parrish

Bowling Film Michigan birthday dinner party Sunday Memorial Hospital were as follows

The Mother's March conducted the cold: weather last Tuesday River Lanes Bowling In Indian Ji evening at the Chanticleer. :
behalf Mrs\ Lillian F. Edjerton. 87, A son, Richard Douglas Blythe
in behalf of the March of night to knock on doors In River City will have a "Free i

Diints collected almost $1,100 of the March of Dimes", Learn to Bowl I Film", and alsoa \ a winter resident here several Hubby Elmer talked her into born January 28 to Mr. and Mrs

according( to an unoifiL.il( count Mrs! Hkhards: said, "This job Is free/ instruction on the fundamentals :years, passed away from a heart going out to dinner and when Gene Blythe of 308 West Virginia

hankie and I want attack at about 3:00: a.m today Drive. weighing 8 Ibs 12 oz
Mrs Ixs Richards, mothers a i one of pocket billiards they arrived Trudy was greeted
She was taken to Jess Panish fr A Eddie franklin Tomp-
have son
the to know they my
march chairman, said that tHrOne stalling next week
Memorial Hospital with a "happy birthday" from born 28 toMr.
yesterday. Ides, 3rd January
collected $10,000 thanks/
county nearly Jack Moir, manager of the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morley,
( and Mrs. E. F Tompkins
\through marches. Lanes said the film for teaching Mrs. Edgerton a native of f
Mr and Mrs. Russell Smith, Jr., 1063 Carpenter Road weigh
Huddleston DeVrics bowling was !mostly for youngs- Canada owned a home at 302
Richards stated that the ,
MM ing 8 Ibs 9 oz
Urs and women although older West Virginia Drive, and hadnmy i Mr and Mrs. George Morgan,
fund drive is not over, and anyone Are Bowling Winners born 29 to Mr.
people' con learn just as much. : friends here as she was Mr and Mrs. Roy Ramsey, Mr A son January ,
missed during the mother's111I.rch und Mrs. Ed and and :Mrs[ Thomas English of 4241
Emgson Mr
Bob Huddlcston{ and Illena DCVrits The Films will begin Monday a memoir of the First Methodist
and still wants to con-
afternoon in the Lanes Meeting Church r thlan Sisters and Tit Mrs John D'Albora Jr. and Mr Garden Street.
both of Tltusville, are >
tubute may do so at First National and Mid E. )H I Smith -- -' -
front Room. us ville Garden Club
Dunk among a down bowlers
; \bi--
"I would like to take the oppoilunity Bicvard County who havo Instruction on the fundamentals Remains will be forwarded today The guests were all seated ala HEED

to thank the many qualified for the finals in the of pocket billiards for wo to Lake View Mirh for in- long table decorated with SNEIVING /

wonderful women who braved March of Dimes Bowling Tournament men will be Tuesday and torment! urder the direction of )lovely pink and white Camellias.

at Satellite Beach. Thursday Smith Funeral l (Home Trudy received a beautiful pair

Uuddleston and Mrs. DeVries "Ct'quiru Elementary, Park i of earrings and a luscious birth 'I

PERMITSContinued won the three! game content at way Junior High Bayvicw, St Survivors include seven nieces, day cake from her friends. 'I

Gateway Lanes in the Big Apple Teresa and Riverview elemtnt.iry one of whom, Mrs. Helen DI:- .

Shopping Center. students will be participating mond, has been visiting: here. SERVICE PIN Geraldine Nagle service representative I A
( Fioin Page 1)) I
She left this morning for her Guests Here
in the clinic:, Moir said for Southern Bell is shown being presented a 15 year
Fred McGinms, county director home in Tampa Southern Bell Pat Blumer.
dale, totaling $62,700. service award by Manager
and Bud Powell of(
Fisher Construction, two for the March of Dimes H. E. Mrs. Nagle started her telephone career in Oklahoma (
said this Ally. Griggs Fairgltn Dr. had
bowling tournament, surprise guests SHOP OFFICE
homes, $14,000 and $21,500, in City, Oklahoma as a long distance operator She worked r
year nearly three times as many SMOKEContinued this past weekend. Dodie's WAREHOUSE EQUIPMENT
Forest IMU totaling $35,500 as an operator in Tulsa Oklahoma, Kansas City par

Pcn intr Bros, two homes keglcrs participated' in the con Dies In Cocoa Missouri, and in 1957 transferred to Titusville as an oper- cnts: Mr. arid Mrs. Mike Mulch I Central Florida's ONLY

$10,400 and $19.200, in Forest tell!. "We were very pleased ( From Page 1)) ator. In 1958 she became a service representative in the of Barbcston, Ohio stopped by stocking LYON distributorWrite

Hills, totaling $38,900. with the cooperation receivedby business office in Tltusville.i for a visit before continuing on'' for free IlluitroteJ catalog
the end of the
both the individual bowlers Hubert Eugene Griggs, 57- pipe stem and was cklcx gcorgo stuart
Nonhwood Builders, four a trip farther south, and Bud's WITH
and also the bowling lanes year old Cocoa attorney, passed averaging:: about 30 pipe bowls Mr I /lwe Octovfa CM I.3411'
hones $U,5UOlnd IS.OOO, in Co. -- parents and Mrs. Ralph (ln'oe' reach CL i.J20J
managers," McGinms added away at his home there Thursday per day. This was nearly as expensive i\ Tilt ClKUIr ( totaling were here
Club Heights visiting
untiy! 30. NINTH! JIIIKIU. iiiniir lit' NINTH Jiiuiiti. 0lltlllr INtMI I '
$37,500. Other winners across the county t'I.UIIIII1'1 AMI Mill HUKV- rllH ark ."\Hlt 101 !NTII \, from Jacksonville. 133 EAST ROIINtOM OBUNOO

are: R. W. Peacock Jane E. Grififis: a lifelong resident of After finishing my coffee, I .tau (III MkII '. OKIII \.. .
Uc'oipc! T. Corbm one home, former t \ N t IRS !\u.r101m 1111\'kluv T1U11UOEH
Bailey' Buwlarama, Cocoa; the Cocoa area, was a reached for change: to pay for it UK.MhHS.1lalntlff!; .
d,000' ) in Indian River City area Willcy Frey, Judith Ann Zclen- assistant state's attorney, former and found a package!;: of cig ALHH'TIOM; or DE.VNIH!:; RAT .

Win-Jan Builders three homes Bretfard County Representative arches There were two remainIng HltttllYIJY v. Phone AM 7.1511
ski Beach Bowl, Cocoa Beach; : JAMES!: J. JENSEN; PoUtloner MARY MAKTIIF.: D : Ollms
$13000 and $21,509 in Forest to the State Legislature, in the pack purchased about t Dnftndant
Jerry Smith, Ann Finn Satellite NOTICK': NOTICE TO API'bAK!; AND: STORE HOURS:
)Hills, totaling $59,500. Alfred King, Naomi Liebau former Mayor of Cocoa and a 1 p.m. Thursday. TO: IIKItUBllT HAY UlTFtlY.whOMe I'I.SIJ!: ..
Christian Campbell, one home ; place of rtfuttlenia and TMK STAT Or' tLOUIDA I
member at Port
past 10 A. M TO 9 P. M.
Howl Mor, Eau Gallie; Robert Here was the real test. whose whereHbouta are unknown TO:
$8700 in Reed and Allen Subd. ,
Authority. after diligent anarch and Inquiry
Marion Simms, one home Proctor, Pat Crlpe Palace BowlIn While walking out the drug t whoie prenent renlilince.. la unknown Titusville Shopping Center
lie was a graduate of the University and whose last knowQ
Melbourne. store door I "pitched" the two IE1indseii
$8700 in Htc-d and Allen Subd. of Florida College of You are hereby notified tbat a ee.Idente wu

Zoke Evans, one home, $18- Each winner will receive a Law cigarettes into an open telephone petition Son. DENNIS for the KAY adoption: lit/ BUY.of your haabeen 4JJ5: Vincent lieauaalell Ix-Paul Htrevt.Mt : .

000 in Forest lulls $25 savings bond. booth walked on, climbed into filed In the above atylud court Province of Jnehec, Canada,
Griggs was a active memberof
Scores of the winners this my car and headed for home and by JAMES J JENSEN!:: and you are YOU, MARY MAHTHB IJKMtkS! !: ,
Jack Spunkier one home $25- Elk's Lodge No. 1532, a Past hereby required to nerve a copy of are hereby notified that a complaint
000, In Gardendale. weekend will be sent to the national bed. your answer or other pleading to fur divorce baa been filed against
Exalted Ruler and Pat District this petition on the pelltloncra, atlorneya you, and you are required to serve
J. D Roberts, one home $17- contest. Deputy of the Grand t odgc; he Today is Friday. Y Claude 11'f.rpl; Walker and" a copy of your answer or pleading
,. to the cumplalnt' on the plalnlifrsallorney
Pearaon, llll! Cocoa )
::00, in Gardtndale.' Two Women NabbedFor was a Mason and member of The first thing I reached for Florida and file the original of Edward I.. Trailer, 1113Ktrawbrlilge

C W. Dates, bne home, $ ,OOO. the Shrine Club and Past Wor.thy this morning when I turned over your anawer or olher pleaillnga In Avenue, Melbourne
.the office of the Clerk of the Circuit )tlurlUa and file\ the original anaw
1 in Indian River Shoies. Shoplifting Patron( of, Eastern Star Chap- was a cigarette. A package was Court on or before the 2nd day er or pleadlng In the office of
of March 11)01 If fall to do Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Lewis and Brown two homes Titujvllle Police arrested two ter 33: Cocoa and member of there but I turned over the 10, judgment by default you will\ betaken fore the 2nd day of March, th.1
$13,800 and $14,000, In Indian Brcvurd and Florida association. other way Instead and left the agalnit you for the relief demanded If you fall to do ao, Judgment
women yesterday and charged In the petition default will be taken agalnit .5 ,
Fiver Highlands totaling $27- held for the relief demanded said
Funeral services w'll be room. In
BOO. them with shoplifting after findings You are further hereby commanded plaint. t

goods: In their possession Saturday. Feb. 1, at 3:00: p.m. To be perfectly frank, it hasn't to be mil appear In said court. This notice" shall be published\ once
Co wait and Carter 10 homes, on the 3rd day of March. 1W4 at
that had been taken from a local in the chapel: of Wylie-Baxky been -and It won't be if I the Courtltouie In Tltuavllle. Florida each week for four consaeuttveweeke .
Gardencli easy In the Tltuavllle Star-Advo
and In
$18,400 $18.009, .
I at U:JO A M o'clock before
department store. They were Funeral Home, Cocoa with Rev. can keep it up. My mouth feels 'Honorable Voile A. Wllllama, tale at Tlcunvllle, Florida.
>. totaling $170,400
Northuood seen by an employee of the store-: James A. Sawyer pastor of like the bottom of a dry creek Jr., and to chow cause why the. said DONE,:Brevard and ORDERED County, :Florida at Tltuavllle. this-
Builders home should not be
one petition granted.DONE
took articles Church 30 day of January, 19... d\
as they from the First Baptist of Cocoa and ordered at Tltmvllle,
J5.0fiO: Fairglen. CIKTU R. BARNES: .
t in bed.It's Florida the. lush day of January,
counter. City policemen Charles officiating.> Interment will be In time and' 19 Clerk of The Circuit Court
Vv. C. Alexander two homes now press
Garland and Sgt. John Threlkeld tho Cocoa Cemetery. Court Heal
$13,500 and $20,000 In Forest were called and followed the wo- hours since I've had a "smoke". CURTIS R. BARNES II y Bertie Hall
r. 1 hills I totaling $38,500. MEETAll I'm telling myself still "I can Clerk of Circuit Court Deputy' Clerk!
men and made the arrest. JUNIOR POLICE TO ((8.1) EDWARD L TRADER

Joe L. Law ion, one home The women were Lois C. Junior Police are to be at quit for another hour. Flyi V. 8. Ppangler Attorney P O Box for 15J8 Plaintiff

$13,000, in Plat of Tltusville Shore, Box 5], Tltusville and the police station Saturday Feb Rut I'm determined not to help Deputy Clerk Melbourne Florida ysI
Titusville out Jan 81, Feb T, 14. 21 C..I. 1OTI. Jan 31. Feb. 7. ..
Arnold MoitUo, five home, Catherine Hatchins of North 1 at 1 o'clock. All are asked to the City of any ) ii 21. IFrI.) IHi4.r

113.800 1 \ In UkM Franc Estates Carolina Both were placed under dress with a white shift' and dark, more with cigarette tax collections J

totaling $ 3,090. WO bond each and released. pants for photographs.: oft packages I buy I'm
f, -- kicking" the habit I hope. \

Store Hours 10 A.M. P.M. Notice: OF BLMT Tot JAMES: FIRST TIME' IN THIS, AREA }
to 9 Tltusville Shopping CenterBELKLINDSEY'S II. DO Kill NX. renliliwe unknown.
I II 1 "u an hereby> mitlflml that Mitt c.'rIrI I Will Raid Your Entire Lift, Put
filed ngalnxl In the
haM hecn you
(limit' Court of Hrevnrrt Counttr, Prtttnt and Future I
I )lurliln. The name of the known
imluril flpfumlanl IN Jamee II. Dnb.
I him The imture of the lull In for \
a Illvorco. The name of the Courlt. FOR ALL WHO NEED HELP
which iialil null la penillnc )la the
Circuit Court Ninth Judicial Circuit
of tlnrlila In and for Brevard County Witch For The HAND Sign Open Dally A Sunday
/. florlda, and the abbreviated PHONE 27M07 7 A. M. til 10:00 P. M.
turbo In tha li Irene C. Dobbins,
I I'lulntlft vi care J..m". II Dobhlna De LOCATED 25 MILES WEST OF COCOA Or! HIGHWAY 50
fondant being Chtmcry No 27910 BITHLO, FLORIDA.
:& ar" You are hereby required to file your
arnwer with I the Clerk of paid Court
a J / anil, tn a rva a copy thereof on T\ ,5enaa"/aanl'IIa.Bllp: ur I'HJ'C'TI.IT" halt
John Minot of the firm of HheimnlMippunl NOTICE!: tIFRKRY: OIVKN THAT I OR SI V DEPUTY WILL UK AT TUB:
= (Cocoa Florida, attorney for Plaintiff FISH THE: PrHI'OSK" : OF IIKI.PIVO YOI' WITII THE PRKHAKATHIN OP
no later than March 4. 10b4. If YOUR HOMESTEAD!: : TANGIBLE AND IoIT.\NUlDLI!: TAX FORMS FOR
you fall\ to do an a decree pro con 1WM.lpb! .
Y f..o11I be entered agnlimt you S Mon. Mcntlimour li> A N. to II A.M. Poet Office
Cosmetic Pateil Ohms cola day of January 1 1IMU Feb. 3 Mon, Minn 2 I'M. to 3 I'.>t. [Pont fifflceKrench
u Department 41'KTU K HAnS :", (Irrk ..f tha h"ob. 4 TUMI. ('' Circuit (Court by V. 8. Kpanglir! .Feb. S Wed IMrlbniirne All Kay lirani Court House
I Deputy, Clerk.ICIRct'IT rob d Thuri. Tldl.vllle All l Day tnurt llnu e
( tOt'HT SEAL: ) l>b. T t'rl. Inili.n! Il Over CHv HAM. lo JH( A M, fuel OfficePHONE
Announces J.m, 41, Fob. 7, 11, 21 ir'rl.) 1M! >4. Jan. 31 r>b. 8. 5 tVrt. Mon.. Weil) 1'JM
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Have Been Added To Our

Already Extensive Lines of U .r

Famous Fragrances; Both

Imported and Domestic.



0 WHITE SHOULDERS Starting At 2.75 r-1 SMOOTH .

Starting At( 3.50 NEW # .

StlrtlngAt, SPRING i R AND

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ad 1re

COSMETICSDEPARTMENT to 3.99 the costly look of leather2Q9

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We welcome Spring with a t "

wide array of new Spring plus 10% fad( tax

fabrics for you to choose ,
i from. Lush colors t
dacron new in .J Th i. handbags or. dislinguiiStd for their tt.. '

polyester /cotton a gent, cuatom-mod. look their clean-cut styling at

r blends, arrel triacetate shark's o Very modest pric.l Th.y'r. shown here In softly

skin and pure silk. 45":) wide ) lustrous calf plaitie. Black navy, cookie beige,

rat, bark, or whir*. (Also in block or whit potent



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*- : -' BJC Ranks Third J

I Nosing $tar.Advocate: In Civil DefenseCoursesOffered

Th. Voice of 25.000 North Brcvard County Residents

(By Bob Hudson)
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Anyone figuring to give the .
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Junior College rsnk'ed
new city water superintendent
ihi 'I l in ''hi. a bit cf trouble had better think
Council Okays numbei ol !IH "., Ij
twice. John MacNeill Lane i >" In I Civil DoIni
I Adult Ediuiition offered
28-year-old native of
I is a former football player lie list t yr.ii. I 1

played for Boone High in Or. Budget Change s. '::" Tin information( Was made
,t lundii and later for both the Orlando 'ric'T #: .iilai>lr (1..UK j ru-mt publicain
t: n ol II < r'lunda A.lult Educate
Broncos and Daytona
For Rec.
Beach Thunderbirds the fine Dept. pulh lied b.y the Ucnerul
S.dii.uiinn' Siction: of the StaleDi
Florida semi football teams.
-pro Approval on a $16,954 budget .. '
purl" n' of f Education.
Ilea and life
an old school mate
for the recreation department by In pi'igrc-M: report of civil de-
long friend: : of Dick Simonet.
the city council was swift Tues dn"e adult lucation classes! intVr

I day a? council members complimented ,, j.Lri ( ,onil. Survival winch wen-
The city council gave specta the move of employinga offered throughout; the Staff of

tors Tuesday night a lesson of full-time recreation director J 1 Florida during/ the year 1961! 63,

how to conduct city business in The council also approved the the piihlii-aimn Indicated that
private during a public meeting. asking of bids on a station wagon 100) classes in l't'i sonsl Survival

:' They agreed to nominate residents !. for use by the recreation directorand ___ \ftre offer d Drov.inl\ County.

e for membership on the an automobile for use by the The two counties Icadinti Drc-

':;1. zoning! board by voice, but to new city civil engineer.In vard wen Palm Beach County
vote on the nominees in secret other action the council approved cOil ballot. The first vote wound the filling to the bulk. Cl.issp!. In Personal SUI vlval

j R-: up with three tied for the last head line of property owned by are offered by the liievard Jun-

i two parts. The second vote Edward G. and Rudolph Nelson lur ColIl'lI.J I with the coopc ratimiol <<
::II ended with two tied for tho final just t north of Broad Street. This ,-. the County Civil Defense Una.

post. The third vote ended the was protested by Theodore Robbins \ Itiudfd! by Mm. Louise Gibbon

tie. who owns the adjacent Thi Technical. : and Occupational

.\S Ed Willis nominated six peo property to the north. He said -- ... Uhininn) ol the junior college, ,
that it would make a "gully" of
under tho direction of NelsnnOunnell
pie for the five posts, Bill Walk the river area In front of his GOING. GOING. GONE Ken Tipper Winter Carnival King. Or Young ti: the [ Implements the classj
er suggested one, Randy Nun property would make it less valuable (left) and Dr VV G. Young auction cakes candidate seeking votes at onf cent apiece for the junior college. *
nally: one and Jim Pritchard two. and said that failure to fill during the Rotary Club auction last week $:;07 was raised In the auction (S-A !:
According to Donnell, pluoj
l All five of the people chosen AHy. L. C. Crofton com.* to aid CKIIdro. and develop the property was nota raising money for the club candidate for Photo 1
are now lr for
progress offeringinuie !
were the six
among suggested by
condition of his doing but of
Personal Survival classes
Willis. "
"Col. Croflon Shows Rotarians the State of Florida, whom he throughout. Brcvard County.
accused of not selling riparian Crime Climbs With Full Moon
right property to him at the same Local Marino With "
We called the wrong "Doc" price sold to other owners.
How Kiwanis Pro AuctioneersAttorney
' Sixth
the other day saying that Dr. The council also approved the By Bill Lyerly l lrrablc> on the nights of the siippi.ke this lit due to their lilili-;
Kahn was high bidder on the Tin1 full beautiful full Lt !Uoliannon told! ly suiuTslitmis nature. Is umonu: Marine Private First t Class Wfl.
L. Crofton, with ed 21.400 votes for the Rotary application of Jackson's Minit moon was ( and ) moon us
cake Ed Rice baited for the Rot. C. (lie colored pllpUld tion." bur I. Strcctman, Ron of Mr and,!
last and being
:Markets for the sale of beer and night as always this mi>rnini?. "It doflnltely has
ary Club bake sale. We apolo. pretentious indignation! stalkedto candidate. Dr. Glenn' Young. !Mrs. L. M. Strectman of 229
romantic, affectedby Sheriff Wilson said when he
wine at a new store along route a we were something( to do with crime. I'm
gize it Dr. We Ki- Kiwanian Tom Gru threw the llama Ave., Titusville, is
was Haney. the front of Tuesday's the and its brilliance, :
tellingmembers 50; the transfer of a liquor license 'noon going tn put extra men on duty! was a detective In Now York
stand by statement challenge at the club by with Marine Battalion Landing!
our that it and proceeded
\\anis meeting reminiscing the first, middle
at the Rattan Room to Joe over over the week end, which will they would, always look at thi'?
was a good thing a doctor boughtit through auction, to raise $358.75 of an alleged conversation D'Agustino Sr. and Bill Greenof and of course, the last, of ouf be nights when the moon U Mill moon before they went into the Team 3/2 currently serving a
he overheard between wo tour with the Sixth the
considering; who baked it. and 35.875 votes for Jess Child "great loves". full. Fleet In
to station to see! what kind ol niylit:
Rotarians who were supposed Mediterranean
tel re, the Carnival club's King.candidate for Win- have said: "Those old men of Also up for discussion was the Horror movies have the wolf "We get' a lut of )petty stuff! it would he. lie recently participated in an

Kiwanis can scarcely raise off possible sale of the abandonedcity man stalking the countryside on assault and battery picks up "I don't remember If there was
Two kids, returning from Sun. "We'll show those 'blue-bel amphibious exercise called 1\1 EO.
their seats after their meals, dump site near Royal Oak the night of the first full moon. considerable, as docs 'men soil any apprcilaiihle Increase Inactivity
day school, fell into lied' Rotarians", he said with I.ANDEX 1-64 a nine-day live firing -
conversa much less raise over $200." property. It was voted to advertise Poor Ion Chancy every time the wO }t'n' problems." (tile! most and! it may have been .
tion. exercise
the famous Crofton subtle hum : at Porto Scudo, Sar.
for sealed bids with the right moon came out, not only did his mean "romance" here.) our Imagination."
"Do you believe all that stuff or. That did it! Crofton rose from dinia. Durlntf the exercise marIne ,
to reject any and all bids. City beard and fingernails: grow, but Chief Drown told us the old Now, If you$ sec something ,
about the devil himself to were preceded by
and, pulling
one asked the The auction came about froma his seat
Cleveland Talmadge his teeth about two Inches.
I other. full height, stalked to the front. Manager grew adage!: li "a l hy> word,! In law en strange\: tonight: the Wolf man or advance operations including
the rival
challenge by was authorized to search for an Dracula, the vampire, swept
forcement. time the Dracula ,
Every miion stalking the streets ofTltuHvillt' anti-iubtnarlne
"Heck article referredto atr
j. no! replied the second. club: Titusville Rotary, which "A newspaper other dump site. At this point, down upon his victims and drained
da the .
"It's auctione comes up so problems.Mont don't worry about It strikes, mint sweeping and reconnalmanco. -
just like 'amateur
It's Santa" Claus raised $207 last week by the me as an the Robbins urged the council not to : the blood from their veins with I of the problems, and I It'a that darn full. moon. .
____ your: old man. auction method. This represent er' after our last auction, I sell the property but to use It as the full moon overhead. ---- --- -- - -- i ---- \,
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the site for a new city ball for History tells us people from

WHEN YOU INSIST ON recreation or something. time immortal not only admiredthe I
moon for its heavenly beauty
.". , """" .t." hut they also feared the moon,

4.t ..l'.' .) "" 'i Tides. believing it to have mysterious PIONEER CHESTER'G'ROVESk
,o. High' low .
: ,' .;. : ; effects upon the human. Superstitions
\'a n '''"", (( "j .q Saturday, Fob. 1 galore surround the r

; 11:36: p.m. 5:29: p.m. Cut, are they superstitious In ANNOUNCES
Sunday Fob. 2 t -
reality? Does the moon
? 11:56: a.m. 5:46: a.m. some evil and mysterious effect
p.m. 6:14: p.m.MoneI.y .
upon the human mind, changing
Ftb. 3
the meek into monsters?
Pharmacy I 12:23: a.m. 6:32: a.m. Chief of Police W. T. Drown MID-WINTER
1 1'
12:40 p.m. 7:01: p.m. and Lt. W J, Bohannon say that

I ::1.., well-known attorney said, "And the full moon does have some cf \
I'm 'em He fect upon the human mind, at
Serviceof gonna prove wrong.
'.' 'v / LWa1 was referring to a recent auctionhe least in Titusville. )

conducted for the Kiwanis to "Our business picks up con SPECIALTwo

!; ) \ raise money for the North Dre- .
vard Rehabilitation Center.:
: i':If f you have real estate
? During the auction, bids ranll'I
the ed from $3 to $100 for unknown 1 lo sell, or it you ae Full Days and Nights

articles in paper bags, or "a |'ooking for choice real

:; : / HighestStandards \ feared pig valued in a to at then less poke"than No as $18.Crofton article was re- 'I state columns., use our classified Sal., Feb. 1st thru Sun., Feb. 2nd

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i ":'tV, ,.." ,',,'":'';:':oi;(. I't) ,..!l'.h i ? Don't let
'-+ :i_::1' ..1' ." :, ', "'f'.: tho "bleones"
:"! \ s 4 Ira
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ANDYOV ALSO .WAN.y.: you. For from

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): '.: r' '. ; 4 i 9j; start your system.tic.lIy say'Ing own, QUARTS FOR THE

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:. :; on your J :::1, 4 WE PAY. m'

r. ,! % (Savings D.,..!ts that will remain
On Deposit Continuously for
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CUTTERNDRUG First TITUSVILLE National II FLORIDA Bank Indian River Cily On

TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Washington and Pine Sts. U. S. Hwy. No. 1

Monitor Federal Roiorvo, SyttomMomb
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Page z-a Tlfvivlll (Florid) Ster Advocate Friday, January 31W4'

j Editorials Did Phone Pressure Change Votes ? I

(By Ed Gurney) the 10% Federal Excise Tax on try officials caUed the WUte The matter is not closed, however .

ir The Democrat memben of the such Items as luggage cosmetics, House to report on the Committee since Senator Dirksen has

Senate Finance Committee found student's band instruments and announced he will present hU(
it vote, President Johnson,
themselves In hot water with the Jewelry amendments to cut the luxur

| A Bonnet In The White House last week, A majority During the Committee's morning obviously angered, crabbed the taxes again, when the full Sen-
Jaycee Community Survey Dem-
RingSenator of the Committee, In a session the Senators voted telephone and called every ate considers the Tax Bill in

1r sincere attempt to reduce con 13-% In favor of dumping the tax ocrat member of the Finance February.
The community attitude presently being and made his displeasure -
survey Margaret Chase Smith of Maine has sumer taxes voted with GOP es. This would have saved the Committee
( tossed known. NOTicr FOR nUf.ITIOl IN.
conducted the Titusville is quickly
by Jaycees highly plausibleand
members Senator EverettDirlson' $455 million dollars
on taxpayers
her bonnet into! the GOP Presidential a Tilt: tIRClIT COIKT OF Tilt:
deserves the wholehearted cooperation and supportof primary ring amendment< to cut the year. Only Senators Gore of The Committee returned its Nivm JI.DI'I11.. IKCIIT, INM .
another first for the fairer .1. .. FUN I KK\ \K1 ('OLNTY.
the entire populace sex. excise taxes imposed during the Tennessee and Douglas of I1H- session after lunch, and with the r'I.OHIIItCIHNOHY/ .

The lady Senator announced this week that she Korean War, but which are still eels voted to keep the 10% luxury President's impatient voice still I SHIRLEY. OREEN NO 10111

A survey such as this will prove invaluable in that definitely is a candidate, and will enter the New Hampshire with \Uf.The \ taxes. ringing in their ears, all the' Democrats TAYLORlalntlft

pt provides a concensus of public opinion on municipal Primary, cut would have removed During the noon recess Treas- switched theIr morning I MELVIN TAYLOR

services along with others offered to the residents and Mrs. Smith who always includes stand and the Committee voted Defendant
t a rose as part of her Tou are hereby notified that

t serves as a 'yardstick' for measuring our needs, and a daily attire, entered politics in 1940 upon the death of News Scarce About County BuildingNewsmen .force(! to keep the Excise Taxes in I In!Shirley this Green Court, Taylor leaking has a divorce filed lull

{ guide for future improvement and expansion. her Representative husband and hasn't been defeated And you are hereby required to
seeking something Company, Orlando, was issued a The President has been recognized file your answer or other pleading

t Had a firm been employed to make this survey, it since. She is the only woman ever elected to both the newsworthy to write about the $23000 commercial permit for a as a convincing: conversationalist with later than the Clerk 10 day of of this February. .Court 1164 not

House and Senate. past week certainly wouldn't have SO by 121 foot warehouse to be but Mr. Johnson' high serving a true copy thereof upon the.
would cast the The value for the Plaintiff, Hubert
taxpayers a pretty Attorney
{ penny. She has an enviable attendance record in the Senate found any possibilities offered In constructed on U. S. 1 in the second pressure phone calls, and the Oodbey, P, O. Box 463 Cocoa, "'lor,
would be undisputed, regardless of who made the survey the county's building permit busi addition ta Indian River City abrupt reversal demonstrated b/ Ida. or suffer a judgment pro i,n.
having 1,590 consecutive roll calls
: but think of the money being saved through the Jaycees and her ness. plat. the Finance Committee seems '""hli JAN 9 1964
voting record clearly shows she has and uses mind of COURT SEAL)
:undertaking the task. The County Zoning Office had L E. Clark and Son, Orlando, in contrast to the President's Curtis R Barnes

a her own. one of the slowest weeks In manya was listed as the building con promise of November 26th that he Clerk Circuit Court
The wholehearted cooperation of everyone Is essen- There are approximately 58 million women of votingage moon the past week, through tractor. would respect the Integrity of By: Bertie Deputy\ Clerk

;tial if this survey is to prove beneficial. The survey has in the U, S. and it will be interesting to note just Wednesday. A total of $149300 In Only residential permit going Congress and the traditional balance Robert GodheyAllorney for the PlaintiffP

a been completed: printed and distributed by the Jaycees what support she will get from this element of voters. permits was all that was record for North Brevard construction in between the three branches Cocas. O. ,Vox Florida 4U

: requiring considerable effort and expense the We hold admiration and respect for Senator Smith' ed, including only seven residential the area outside municipalities of our government Jan. 10, 11, 21 a1Fri.( .) 1964.

: completion and return of the forms is up to you, as citiz- but seriously doubt that she has caused much worry or permit the county office has responsibility .

: ens. Should you fail in your civic duty, needless to say, concern among her male opponents, also seeking the The week's activity included for was the $11,700 one issuedto
'; $89,200 In the seven new homes Cay Construction Co., Box 498,
:little or nothing will be accomplished. nomination.The
commercial River This for a
permits, a single per. Indian City was

't We urge each and every citizen to complete and return Senator is truly a stately woman and will lend mit for $25.000, that one in North new home going in Port St John

considerable feminine charm to the GOP primaries to Brevard, and most of the business south of the Orlando Utilities In. ff
the form at earliest convience. It will
J survey your
: the least. going: for the rather numerous dian River\ plant on U. S. 1.
only take a few minutes of your time and will prove a j miscellaneous permits category

: great help to your Junior Chamber of Commerce which that added up to $35100, :NOTICE I : OF IIFtftlNO OXHI ,

I is continually striving to help you through their sponsor- The IIi-hi Story Panning Lumber and Supply TO \VKOiI I I.IT kilt, MAT: \U CONCERN II I\Y' :

: ship of worthwhile community projects. Notice. la hereby given that a : tUf
NOTION Ot "TI'\iTlO'' \ public hearing will be held I In the yewz:1if (
ntUINTtK: MCTITHHN( >.\"t: Commissioner! Room, CourtHouse
: Have and mailed form? If not
you completed your In compliance with House Bill I Tltuivllle Florida. at 1lJ.30O'Cloek
Can be held for
a man responsible the acts of his
I please do today! No. 1179, Chapter Number 209 M, A.M., February. 20 1964. to
: so friends? Certainly not, anymore than he can know what Law. of Florida Acts of with 1941, the the hear objections, If any to the eatabllnhmenl -
umUrsltasd will icflnUr of a Bulkhead Llna at
> kind of a man that friend turn out to be. Cleric ot the Circuit Court In Brs- shown ana described below:
may f
yard County, Horfcla, upon rtctlptot January 13 1964
We are referring, of course to the Hi-Fi gift Bobby proof ot publication ot this DESCRIPTION: OF PROPOSED cave
notice. the following futltloun BULKHEAD LINE IN SECTION 211,
Baker gave the then Senator Lyndon Johnson which has name to-wttt rOL OM'S OKOVK! TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANGE 35
Seal Bells Save Lives CARE under which w. are engaged! ';\ .,. BRKVAKD COUNTY, FLORIDA her\
, j! been very much in the limelight of late and is proving a In Florida Orove, aid Care that Taking the undersignedare at Mlmi, PREPARED A8 ';TAKEN BY BASH ROM BOLFS LINEN, can) I Jborrow

source of great irritation to the President.Mr. the only pernona Interested. Inlaid REGISTERED LAND SURVEYOR

A law requiring seat belts to be Installed in all new Johnson duly acknowledged the gift and endeavored Dated buulness at Tltuavllle, Florida, this NO.From 1189 a ,point DATED on the JULY: North 30, line 1963,of of;

j sold 30 lay of January, A.O, W4 Lot 3, Second Addition to. Indian ern?s
in the state after 1965 is advocated.
cars to explain it, which we thought he did satisfactorily drove Care Ins River City, Plat Book 2, Page 7J, I
William 1. Pre.. of the North
Folsom which line Is 325 South
I The Legislative Council on Traffic Safety, meeting This in no way reflects on the President as he Jan. 11 Feb T. 14, 21 11'rl.) IW4\ lint a' Section" 20. Township 22
South, Range SS East and the Knit:
t in Pensacola Thursday, heard this recommendation from accepted it as a friendly gift from a Senate official to NOT KB OK" "'.I'\iCl\ PJoTlfW.>. erly Right ef Way of New U, 8
sun JMNll IJIMC'II.UU.t UUMIIMHTK > Highway No. 1. continue East on
: State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner J. Edwin whom he owned no obligation, or vice versa. triHt North Line of laid Lot 2, to a paintwkcse

It is regrettable that we are almost continually confronted TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: perpendicular' distance from
: Larson, who also recommended other measures. Notice" ID hereby give that I have the centerllne of sold U, 8. Highway ,
y with the likes of Bobby Baker and Billie Sol filed my Final Return aa Administrator NJ 1 la toitl or 7J3 from centerline
:! Seat belts have been made standard equipment on of the Bitate of Helen Varr. of Oil U. S Highway No 1; thence
I :| Estes, and others too numerous to mention, but history Counts, daceaied; that I have tiled Southeasterly. on a line parallel. to
: new cars sold in various states. Just how extensively my Petition for Final Discharge, an I at a perpendicular distance of
teaches us they have always been around. and that 1 will apply to the Hen. 691 from the centerline of laid New
, : they are being used Is not known, but as the motoring Virgil B. Conkllng, County Judge of U. I. Highway No, 1 to a point on
That these men, in their greed, reflect on their associates Brevarrt County, Florida on February Iha South line of Lot 21. Second
': public is educated to their life-saving value the use will 23, 1W4, for approval of the Addition to Indian River City I
is inevitable and political opponents alwaystry .arne and for final uiecnarge as thence Weit along said South line of
I continue to increase. Lot 21 to the Easterly right of way
Administrator of the Estate of Helen
to make the worse possible of the situation especially Varr Counts, deceased. Dated Ibis of said U S Highway No.1. All
: is law and will aid .. In Section 28. Township 22 SouthRanee ,
to say this a good great- January 29 1964 Hale Baugh
when the President other official involved.
Administrator. of the Estate of Helen SS Etst, Brevard County,,
\ t 1:4: telling l i the motoring public on the constant, use of Baker's rise in Washington circles was a rather fabulous Varr Counta, deceaaed. Roger t'. Florida, .
rORi M C. Kirk, Florida Wonderland You betcha
. Dykee at Attorney for said< talale can
: seat belts; for their own protection.:> one and his shady dealings have caught up with Jan 81. Feb 7. 14. 21 trl) 19te4.XOTiri1 Indian River City Florida ,
.r. y All Interested persons may appeaeant
. If teeth could be put' into the law, requiring their him They'll do it every time. ICthlM'rl'lt: ': Ot YI"rl'rlOI. INTENTION\ .I\It: named be above heard at the time and place and at such low rates!

. use, it would be even a better one. Just how this would Apparently Baker fooled several acquaintances over No.In 1176 compliance, with Number House 20853.Hill By Ord.r of the Board of Counly
Chapter Commissioners. Brevard County,.
f. work, we don't know, but is well worth looking into. the course of years but you may rest assured he now Law of Florida. Acts of 1X1 I heund.relln..d Florida, November 21 .1943. If have savings at First Federal always .
will reijlaur with the JOE H. WICKKAM, you you can
" Seat belts save lives! knows he was really fooling no one but himself and it is Clark ot the Circuit Court: In Bre CHAIRMAN borrow on 'em and we will still pay you dividendson
fiddler ward County. Florida upon receiptof BOARD OF COt'NTYCOllUliSSIONER8
\ time to pay the proof of publication of this your savings
Other recommendations Larson made to the com-
notice, the following fictitious name, BRCVARD COUNTY,

mittee were for periodic vehicle inspections, requiring to-wit which: JAY wa NEE are: encaged JEWELERS In retail under (SEAL FLORIDA.) The difference between the dividends you get fromus

re-examination for older drivers, expansion of the driver Boy Scout WeekBoy Jewelry at 7Ui Orlando Koad Indian DATES: TO BE PUBLISHED: and the interest you pay us on your loan will be
Rive City, Florlla\ and that the Jan 11, 84, II (FrI.) 1M4t ,
education program in our schools, survey of safety de.. undersigned are tha only iivraonalotareatsd trivial, so this make this the cheapest way on earth to
In said businessDated IN Till: CII&I'I': : OUST" ur THE borrow
sign of our highways and additional highway patrolmen at Tltuavlll florid, this NINTI4LDIOIAL 1 : IIIIU1': : 1:01 money.
Scout Week will be observed nationally this 31 clay. of Jan. A O. 1964. :N l> SOU BKEVIRI& (COI/NT,
Vehicle lawsare but for the James R Boylea HMk.HV: So don't draw savings out for current
inspection widespread, I LO Hilt I IM (: your spendIng -
week of 713.
year February Fern M. Boylea > most part: are municipal in scope rather than state-wide Jin >51> Feb. 7. 14, U. (Fri.) 1MII flttitMHICK or si'IT Borrow on them, and pay us back in small monthly
With the unprecedented rise in juvenile delinquency, NEW AMSTERDAM CASUALTY Installments
Either way they are worth their salt and weed out mechanically IN TINE ("IIU'IIT ('ulln or THE COMPANY, a New York corporation .
the ever-important role of Scouting is increasing daily. MMII Jl UK III. (ItUlir. IN: ,
defective automobiles using our streets and AND toll HKFI'.\KI> ('OINT1: ', Plaintiff, Your savings here will still be earning 4V4r& anddon't
this Scout Week and it is
The theme for year's Boy 1LIN .\. vsHHEftWOOD. that
forget they start INSTANTLY to this
highways.tThe earn
UI.I'OIfIRY: 441 111I17. CCLBURV. .. Com
an apt one is. "Strengthening America-Scouting Can NOTICE. : Of NUT mlasloner of Insurance for the high rate no year's wait.
legislative committee is going about its task re- Make The Difference," I ALBERT H. SCHULTZ: JK. State uf Michigan and aa Receiverof

alistically and at the roots level Plaintiff Mlchl.anJurely\ Company, a This is the highest dividend paid under conditions
diligently grass A wide \ariety of events and programs have been vs Michigan corporation: any
JALSAN CORPORATION a Florida. CHAHLfca 1>. SPRINGER Individually in North Brevard County.It .
in an effort to determine needed laws to propose for scheduled for I 'the week. It is hoped that through the Corporation et ala, and ai Co-Parmer of Springer

passage at the 1965 session of the state legislature. publicity and notice they create, more and more boys STATE OF FLORIDA DefendantsTHF Motor. SPRINGER Company! his and wife ELIZAfifc.ruR : is higher than the average dividend paid by savings -
associations the
in State of Florida
.. We commend the committee for this grass roots apI. will become interested in the Scouting movement.One corporation or.anla..d. and ex- cad as Co-Partner of Springer
luting under the laws of the Motor Company, and MARY P.
proach and heartily endorse the recommendations made of> the heads of the national Scout organization: State. of Ohio SPRINGER his wifeRALPH ; Savings here are definitely insured up to $10,000

by the State Treasurer, especially the seat belt measure. says: "The Boy Scouts of America has, for 54 years ,enjoyed 1 that YOU a lull ARK' :baa HEREBY! been filed NOTIFIED against U and. SPRINGER] .. Ce-Partner JR. Individually of ($30,000 for a husband and wife) by FSLIC a permanent

you la the above-entitled cause, .nd Springer' Motor Company, and agency of the U. S. Government.
I. \ success and public acclaim for its part in the train you are bereby required 10 the your JANE LUKE SPRINGER, hie wifelHOLLYWOOD
.n..er or written d.ten.e., It BUI LINES, INC., a
ing of American youth in character values, citizenship s with the Clerk: ot this Court, and any to Florida. corporation: (Nobody has ever lost a penny on savings so insured.)
serve a copy thereof upon the Plain- DEMPSEY TRANSPORTATION
skills and attitudes, and physical fitness. Over these tiff a altoen.y wbose. name .nel I INC a Florida corporation;
Our Law Of Succession and flourished because each of address appear hereon, on or before THE KIPPY CORPORVTIOV, a Your savings here startto
.,; \ years we have grown us the 2nd day of March, 1M4 If you Florida corporation.

l involved has had a deep conviction of the wort1'of Scout- : fall 10 be do entered a. a Decree against Pro yen Confeiaowill for the To: SHERWOOD! COLBLRN.Oefendaata: earn 4y4%INSTANTLY

The fallacy of our law of succession to the office of ing to boys and to America and because we resolyed to fact relief Tbe nature demanded ol tali In the proceeding Complaint.. being .. Commissioner the Slate. of. Michigan of Insurancefor and NO YEAR'S WAIT

lull for foreclosure is Receiver of Michigan tturaiyitlon
convictions. a of a montage
President has again been called to light in the recent upon our on the following described reel Company, a Michigan Corpor.

and untimely death of our late President.At The ideals instilled in a boy through the Scouting property.County lylnand Florida, being lo-wiIl In Brevard Laming, Michigan. Michigan Theater, BuildIng I

program 9re long-lasting, as has been exhibited time and i East oar halt of the Southeast Ton. ARK! HLREBY! NOTIFIEDthat *
quarter of the aouthwent a complaint to foreclose a
the death of the late Franklin D. Roosevelt, in time again throughout its history and those coming up of Section 15, Township quarter JS mortgage against the followlsgdescribed

1945, the law was changed naming the Speaker of the through the tanks of the Boy Scouts learn a sense of v County!!Mouth Mange Florida. SI: Fast, Brevard County Florida property to-wit In: Brevard No i For This

House of Representatives as the next in line to succed pride and patriotism that goes hand-in-hand with citizen 1.X13 property the following lo-wlt: Commencing ,1..erlbe,1n.1 .! Commence ft*. 14 which at the U the N.W NW. corner corner of r O M

the Vice President at the Southwest corner of of Government Lot 1, T 29 S,
office. Prior Year's
our highest to this
ship Mealon 18, Township 28 South K 38 E. Brevard County. Florida Higher
, the of State Range 17 East Brevarrt County, and run S 1' :3fi SS1 I E along the
Secretary was the designated successor to When is taken the hand and led into Scout I
a boy by Florida. run thence North 0* west line of Sec 14 a distance of
the office in the event of the death of the President and SS 28" East .along the West line 830.43 feet la the point ot beginning
ing; rarely does he become) a delinquent Scouting can of laid Section 15 laid line .he-. thenoe> for a tint course Rate! i
Vice run N 6' 18'' 83' E: parallel with
President tug allot the center line ef Babcock Wait
make the difference. 8treel dedicated 100 feet the north line of aid Sec 14, a
wide a distance of 1314 M) feet to distance ot IMS ce feet to a pointon
In recent discussions, some Legislators have advo- r a point; thence South 18 57 29" the high dune of the Alls i
East along the south ntlo Ocean; thence 8 :/6' OS 14"
cated the electing of two Vice Presidents, a first and Titusville (Florida) StarAdvocateEstablished way line and Iti westerly ex E along aalil high dune a distance
tension of Crown Boulevard ..r.ho..n of IIS.U feet to a concrete, ; j
second, on the national ballot along with a President. on CROWN HEIGHTS monument. said] point being also q0
SUBDIVISION. accenting" to the the north east corner 0' Oovero'mint I
Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Lot 1, Sec. 14 and also theN I
I Others have suggested the forming of a commission, 1880 Book 13 at page 4; of the public ;:\ .E. corner of Melbourne IIbo'....
headed the Chief QR144 records of Brevard County. FlorIda second Aldltloa( : thence N S9<20'
by of the
Supreme Court and a distance ot SU6 feet to a W along the north line of said. I
Published Mondays
point thence South 19 M' 01" Melbourne Shores and.
comprised of the majority and minority leaders of each Government
Last a distance of 11740 fwil to Lot 2 Seo 14 and distance
House of Congress, along with others empowered with Wednesdays and Fridays ACIM the Point of Beginning; thence of 121U." feet to. a 1" Iron pipe
,Rtree Bouth 89SI' 83" hast: a distance on he I west line of laid Sea Mi1:11ebtthi t. M
the authority to name t the President should a vacancy By Titusville Star.Advocate, lie. M EAt of WT44 feet to a point I thence 14: (thence N 1* 86 61" W alone !
(7 II Q North G' 44' 02" West a distance I the want line of Sea, 14 a dlstince -
occur in the regular line of succession.The The Star.Advocate Building C\ : of 130.M feet ta. a point; thence .. of 434.TB feet ta. the point
North It' 31' SI' Wen a distanceof ClC beginning

need for S3 Mala Street, TitusviUe Fla ""U10" M7J9* feet to a point thtnce bat bean. filed! against. you and you 'atiinAnd I
some revision is generally conceded by North 0 42' IS' East a distance are required to serve a copy of yeur
those in authority. It would that the time is of IttM feet. la the Point of Answer to the .complaint( on Plaintiff
appear Beginning containing J.O acres, '. attoru,.. DVATHER9 *
Henry H. Hudson, Pres. Mrs. Hazel S. Hudson, Vice-Pres. more .or leuWITNESS THOVPSOW. 1301 auPoat
hand, rather than waiting until an emergency arises. Robert H. Hudson, .Treas. : my hand and seal ef MIamI, Florida 33131. and Building ta file Loan Association C
aid Court at Tltuavllle. Brevard the original' of your Answer In the of Titusville
This U, by no means, reflection those ,
on presentlyin
any County Florida, this 21 day of January office of the Clerk ef the Circuit
line the need for a revision has been pointed out. Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H, Hudson, Editor IM*. Court on or before the llth day of Downtown OWe: -
David Dunn Advertising Mjr.. William G Lyerly, Circulation Mfr, CURTIS R. BARNES February 1964; otherwise, the complaint Washington at Main *,

We would like to see an intensive Congressional study, Clerk Brevard Circuit County Court FloridaSf y...... wlU be taken aa confessed. feytCOIRT Indian Hirer Branch 145 N. Coquina AT. *
Second Class Postage Paid at Titusville, Florida Bertie H.IIDeplily
a. .a result of these discussions, and the appointment of Clerk CURTIS: R BARNES. Clerkof TO DAILY ALSO 4 TO 7 FRIDAY
to Subscription} Rates: (Court Seal the Circuit Court DIAL. AM MfII PLENTY
committee ascertain and
a any changes Crofton. Brewer Holland By: Bernie Hall 'REI PARKING.
deemed advisable in the line of Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr.; $7.80 8 Mo. $4.00 3 Mo. $2.25 Attorneys for PlaintiffP Deputy Clerk *
succession to our tOuntry' O Bo* USTlteavllle. DATED: At TltuivUle, Florid' tb.ltth ((119" Current Dividend Rate -
office. By Mail in Florida 1 Yr. W.50 6 Mo. $3.50 3 MOo $100 Florida. day of January. 9641 Semi.AnnuaD1

highest Outside Florida 1 Yr. $7.SO 8 Mo. $-t.00 ) Mo. $3.M ..... '1. 1'>_. 1, 14. :81 (frl) 19U. Jin IU, 11, :1&, 91 (Frl.) 1964. f


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January 31, W4 TltusvllU (Florida) Star.Advente Pig J-B --- - - 1. I 1

Indian River City South Titusville Happenings : : <, DANCINGEVERY j

March Of Dimes SuccessfulThe I A? SATURDAY At The NIGHT


Mothers March of Dimesin can homes. What the total nun the Merritts returned home Sun I r TITUSVILLE LODGE NO. 1962

Indian River City area went her would be in 1970 she stated day nightMothers' ':00 TO 1:00: LIVE ORCHESTRA

over the top Tuesday evening she could not hazard a guess In MEMBERS AND GUESTS *

with a total of$473 60 collected be. using electric appliances In Little League Auxiliary ar 1 Mil North Mlms on U S N.. 1 Semi Formal

teen 7 and 10 p.m., Mrs. Penny homes she asserted the owner Mrs. Shirley Ricker, Presidentof a

Kletfer of Pine Lane, was chair. must have "Full Housepower'. the Mothers' Little League

man of this area, and assisting This means better wiring for bet Auxiliary. of this area, says Ads Get Results
there will be a meeting of the STAR-ADVOCATE Classified
her In achieving
were: Ann Cain, Agnes D. ter living, electrically
Gerald, Adele Rothenburg, Barbara "full houscpowcr, planning auxiliary\ at her home at 295.
Avenue, at 8 Tuesday
Wolfe, Rita Stevens, Amin. the electrical outlets was of the Byron p.m.
A number of important
da Holbrook, Carol Mimic, Lydia utmost Importance. By planning
items and a new project will be
Jane Ruddie, Barbara Cromwell, these outlets carefully and skillfully .
discussed at this meeting in preparation -
Betty Wheeler, Florence Lehman, the appliances can be usedat
for the coming baseball
Patricia the most convenient places. I
Tripp, Joyce Griffith season. All members and any
Dorothy McCoskey, Faythe Mer Miss Bourguardez demonstrate other ladies desirous of joining
rifield, Lois Walding, Gene Red ed one of the newest appliancesa -
are urged to present
man, Riley VcCafferty, Nadine carousel rottlsscrle Frankfurt. s 4

" Mount, Clyde Stephens, P. J. ers were placed in it and distributed \
Library Mating
Greenawalt, Lillian Miller, June to the ladies to taste. .
Indian River City Library As .
Taxis, Penny Barding, Peggy When this talk was completed, ociation met Tuesday in the LIbrary -- .- --

Carding, Frances Rice, Dorothy tho business meeting of this Club Building Present were MOTHERS MARCHERS Some of the

Siddens, Betty Christian, Sue began with Mrs Mary Slaby, Mrs. Hazel Ashley President: mothers participating in the March oj i Stevens,
Craddock, Mary Coleman, Pat In the Chair. A roll call was Mrs Effle Porter, Vice-President Mothers for the March of Dimes) Tuesda\' Price Agnes Stephens and Agnes De- \

Taylor, Sheila Lee, Lois Sam, C answered by the following mem ; Mrs Evelyn Clifford night shown here with Chairman Penny Garald. (Photo by 11))

W Baker, Jacqueline Norment, berg: Ethel Atkinson, Eva Bobo, Secretary; Mrs Jacqueline Merriam Kieffer are: (left to right) front row BarTa'lor's -
D J BUckley, and Peggy Tindall Irene Boshoff, Mary Burns, Pat Librarian; Col W. H Bosh I

Chairman Kieffer selected her Canzano, Agnes DeGerald Ada off Executive and Treasurer, grand( -daughler. Mrs. den, Conn : Mr and.I Mrs Guy learn their parts. Thc meeting! 1
helpers from all Indian River Enrlght, Jennie Gentile, Marie Mrs. Martin..
over and Sally Taylor has six children living, 14 agcrerona. Ontario( Can war then adjourned. Miss Molly
City area and they were instructed Gilham, Muriel Graham CatherIne In routine reports, the LibrarIan grandchildren and ,4 great-grami r- at'a! These became Hcxlgen closed with praver Members .
: guests mean-
to march in their own re Hellpenstell, Lillian Karberg reported that circulation for children. She is a member, of the present were: dlenda Heflln,
spective localities. Mary Slaby, Mildred Welly, Irene the month of January to date First Missionary Baptist Church. hers of the cluh Refreshments Molly Hodges Carolyn McAllister

From 9 p.m. on, they were told Harrell, Edna Pitts and antha was 137S; that 115 new books Present besides the host and were served by the hosts of the Donna Thomas Helen Riddle,

to converge on the local fire Pirtle. Guests present included had been added to the shelves of hostess and) their three children, evening Mr Dn(1In.( \ Fred Penny Focks Sandy George Nan-

house, where each one turned in Mrs Olive Conner from Toledo, this library; that 33 books were were !Mrs Myrtle lewis and another 'Sands and then games were cy Terry :Mrs Dolores Surrency I our new SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
Ohio; Mrs. Vernele Vaughan from donated during this same period Barbara Cook played. Next! Wednesday evening, and Pat
her collections and daughter ; and visitors, Pat Bishop
the chairman, Mrs accounted Kieffer to Mims, Mrs. Florence Strom (Robert and that 42 new patrons had a son, Curtis Taylor and Ills wife the regular: meeting of this club St lgaII. COLOR HARMONY GUIDE
was II) of Titusville and Mrs. joined in January 1964 and two children will be: proceeded by a covered(
on hand at the fire house from 8
dish dinner at S pm.
Eunice Thomas ( Elmer J. ) from financial re
In submitting a
p.m. on and had hot coffee and Rivervlew Trailer Park, Indian CoquIna PTA News I Takes the guesswork out of home decorating
the Treasurer showed a Boy Scout News
for her
waiting helpers. River City Y. W, A. Now Plan! for the Kids Day Circus" Helps you select paint colors that will
balance at the end of Decemberof
The final Scouts of InJianRiver
count was made at 10 Troop 310 Boy
'P m. and the result was as noted A letter from Sunland Training $380.92; receipts for the month City met Tuesday at the The's 'Mary Vnxlliary Reeder mot Tuesday Young! Women at- were discussed at the Coquina I bring the most beauty to your' rooms
Elementary School P. T. A hara(
above', Mrs!\ Kieffer desires to Center was read thanking the club of January 1964 were S89038; Clue Center. The meeting! was
were "27.41 and the the Central Baptist! Church. The meeting Wedneslay( night This BORROW YOUR COPY TODAY. NO CHARGE
thank each and expenditures I
every one who for their assistance in furnishing balance In the bank as at date ol opened by the T-Bird Patrol. The meeting was opened by singing. event, scheduled for March 30,
helped to make a great success of items of clothing and patrols filled out Information "
necessary the Y. W. A. hymn, 0 Zion <
the was $743.89. Obli will feature two complete shows I OPEN A 'COMPLETE LWlfUp
the :March of Dimes in this area, equipment last year. A report was meeting sheets for the troop. There were Dcl
Haste Mrs
< res Surrencythen with aerial and animal acts This
the month of
and she thanks all those who gave made by Mrs. Slaby and Mrs gallons for Januarystill 45 boys present A total of $4150 led She CHARGEACCOUNT RT'StSUPPLI
In prayer presidedat rlc '
'their to be paid out of available show also boasts tho largest:! II
time and contributions to Burns on the tailoring classes was collected for the Boy Spouts'Exposition of
the meeting: In the absence
funds amounted to $400 leavingan pliant in captivity and an elephant !
this The
worthy cause. which had been held recently. ticket sales.
unobligated balance of $343.89. Miss Sherry Blabck, the TrcM proficient in doing the twist. Mmiature Br''
MM Slaby announced that leader troop gets half of the 50c per tICket -
dent Announcement made -
In commenting on receipts and was rides and refreshments are to 5 Month to Payr '
Nursery Showeri for all Home Demon sold by its boys. These ticket GRUMPACHERSherwin
I expenditures, the treasurer com- that a twin feat social woul I be also planned. .
i A shower was given for the stration Clubs on Clothing Selection merited that with the City of TI. several held on Thursday. Each memberwas I No Carrying Charges -

Nursery of the First Missionary would be held on Thursday tusville paying the librarian, asked to bring another partner Lou Ann Greene was elected by

JJaptist Church by the Ladies February 6th at Cocoa Two their monthly subsidy accruing to scheduled: for Saturday !March to the Church at 830; p.m. the board to fill the office of re Williams Paints

Auxiliary Tuesday evening The leaders from each club were this library so far was less than 14th from 2 p.m till 9 p.m. Further announcements were cording secretary, recently vncat.

ladies met In the Nursery, held urged to be present for training, the salary paid, so that this association The troop discussed Camp LaNoihe made that the Y. W. A. Assjocia ed by Jeanctta Wright who resigned

their regular meeting, had a studyon and the public is Invited, espec had to pay in to the Several boys went before tional meeting would be held in In order to continue her BREVARD PAINT &
the Board of Review for the forth
"The Doctrine of God i Dec. (tally those planning to attend a city each month, to keep accounts Cocoa at the First Baptist Church education ,
Court of Honor to be held
fees by the Program Chairman, sewing class later. She also announced and records straight lie commented on Thursday night, (February 7. James
February 11, during Boy Scout A report was given by
S>hla Thornton After the meet. that the Third Set of further that as time elapsed The people from this
Week (Feb 7 13)), The {fog was dismissed refreshments Classes for Intermediate & Ad. there might be a less complicated holding a contest which will run Church plan to leave at $:11 p mOn on furnishing blind for the
of coffee and cookies were served vanced Sewing would be held on way of handling the affairsof Saturday February 15th, the .
for 10 weeks to determine the school. Two courses of
And the gifts of toys, crib sheets, February 28, March .3 and 10, A this library, which might re best patrol which will go on a Young Women are planning on a dlscus.ed l by the board and 110 S. WASHINGTON ;-; AM 7-732.
bottle warmer, and other items lined dress or dress and lined suit in the elimination of the association Baseball Game at the CoquIna were TITUSVILLE:, FLA.
camping trip at the end of that will be brought before the general
were opened. Ladies attendingthis jacket would be required. Once which being a non pro time. The troop was dismissed School This Is the Social, ending for further discussion
meeting were: Grace Merritt, again, said Mrs Slaby, preferencewill fit corporation, registered under by the Senior Patrol Leader. Y. W, A. Focus Week, which will David! Griner, Stage HI Social
Myrle Millines, Ruby Neiman, be given to those willing to the Laws of Florida, requited a be February 9 thru 15th.
will be the guest
Marie Morris, Frances Edwards, teach four or five others in begin. lot of book.keeping and accounting will have Studies teacher,
The Young, women a monthly
at the regular
Sylvia Thornton, Opal Pannell, fling sewing or intermediate classes particularly when the Fed- Tourist And Social Club speaker
skit, and devotion at February
Loraine Dean and Marilyn Avery. One should have completed six oral Internal Revenue Depart The Indian River City Tourist gong serviceat meeting Monday night,
Wednesday night prayer I Ic designed
garments, announced Mrs Slaby, rnent required an annual reportto and Social Club met Wednesday 3. This program again
the Central Baptist Church The the
; H D Club Meeting prior to enrollment in this class. ascertain whether or not the evening at the civic center. A to bring the faculty before
have In Uio devotion
Following these announcemets, organization had remained nonprofit letter was read from Mr and following ports parents, endeavoring to bring a
Indian River City Home Dem :Me .
( : Penny rocks Carolyn between teachers
both Mrs. Slaby and Mrs. Burns or had made a profit In Mrs. Benjamin Halstead, former closer relationship j
cnstration) Club met Tuesday at Heflln Helen
Clemla ,
in another matter, the group unanimously members. Ben Halstead Is well- and parents
talk "Safety" using
the Civic Center. As the membersand gave a on Blalotk. Those jI
Riddle Sherry
I voted to change its bylaws remembered here as being only)
the home.
guests arrived, they were electric power having a part In the Playlet are: Cub Scout pack 310 will Rive
about holding a meeting 39", and being the "Pancake"expert
served with coffee, tea and peach. Tip Wager the cheer chairman Molly Hodges, Helen Riddle, the flag ceremony under the sup I
every month, whether there was who, with his wile, could
delight coffee.cake by the hostess could not attend this meeting, but Nancy Terry and ervision of Mrs Robinson, den
not to allow the for the
business or keep on making pancakes
and Mrs made her presence felt by send mother, Rev Waddell, pastor of jI
es Mrs Pat Canzano meeting to be held at the call of members as fast as they could Sharon Clay, There will be a rehearsal
Irene Boshoff Thereafter Miss ing a series of funny questionsand its President, when deemed ncceisary eat them on Saturday February 1 the Indian River City Methodist I

Kay Bourguardez, Home Econ answers and jokes, which The following guests were Introduced at 3 p.m. at the Church for re church, will give the devotion.

omist of the Florida Power and were read and enjoyed. The next : Mrs. Mamie Patten, hearsing the play and devotional Refreshments) will b. served following
a talk to the meeting will be on February 25, reminded to the meeting I
Light Company gave Sharpcs Chester Hewitt t Ham I parts. Everyone was
then will be Mrs Edna ------
ladies on household appliances hostesses 75th BirthdayMrs I ------ --- ----- -- ---- ----- -- ---

She began her talk by stating Pitts and Mrs. Irene Harrell. Queen Taylor ot Caripsall YOUR LAND

there was no match for flameless) Trailer Park celebrated her 751 h : IS

electric living In 1930 there were To And From Georgia birthday last Sunday with a surprise .

some 18 electric appliances used Mr. and Mrs Alvin Merritt birthday dinner and birth.

In homes, by 1940 there were 35, and son, Danny, 240 Gray Avenue day cake at the home of Mr and WORTH MONEY?

by 1950 the total had risen to 43, left Friday for Metter, Mrs. William Chishnlm 1120

while 53 appliances were used in Georgia, to celebrate the 75th Thomas Street. Mrs Taylor lives

homes in 19S4, and by 1962 a total birthday of Hrs Merritt's father, with her daughter, Mrs. Myrtle it's worth improving! The value of
of 166 electric appliances were F. J. P'and After a happy reunion Lewis, while Mrs Chisholm Is Then

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Bucket 0 Chicken $3.95 -'ifl'

1 Fried Chicken, Pint of Gravy, Shrimp Dinner . $1.45 J1v LighiUp with Cenlldersgl-Than'i ffo Stltr Way to Smoke I20O
15 Pieces Ky. Large Shrimp. French Fries, Cole Slaw
Hot Rolls Serves 5 to T Hungry People Sauce and Hot Rolls, I'la'

( Barrel O'Chicken . $5.40 Shrimp Special . $1.25 1 SMOKES FOR ro/ydMA4uamter 49ct C." IMI IL.ROZIER1

Serves 7 to 18 Hungry people. 21 Pieces 21 Bite Size French Fries, Cole Slaw, Sauce )

of Chicken Only and Hot Rolls

I i With Rolls & Gravy $5.65 Bucket O'Shrimp . $5.20 HI" U R Y C o.
30 Shrimp, Sauce, Cole Slaw Hot Rolls

Chuck Wagon Sandwich 55c Fish Sandwich . 40c 'QAtANDO. FLOFtIDA.TAMPA

1Sc Serving COLE SLAW 25< Vt ,t. . SOt pt. <

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.' .' ,I. ', For Titusville and North Brevard County 4( COVT: YOUR: : I,

I :BLESSl:1'IJGS: : :
Ieadboe Mir These Pages & "'. Wednesday. .

but who could count them? They are too numerous to count

First Baptist ChurchFirst Scottsmoor Baptist Nazarene,; Mums Methodist God isn't stingy. He doesn't dish them out to us one by one,

Baptist Church: offers Sunday School Is scheduled! for flip First Church of the: Nazarene Services for Minis Methodist but rather pours them out in numbers too big to count. j

three worship services every !:1.45) a.m. at First Baptist Church 1027 Park Avenue, announces Church ire announced as fellows Consider only a few of the greater blessings.

Sunday. The early service begins tif ScottMiioor with Dale Redd as the following services : +r v He created us in His image and gave us power

at 5:30: o'clock with music by the Superintendent and classes for ot the week: Sunday School, 10 a.m., Robert of reason, of choice, and the capacity to respond
Youth Choir and a message: by all ages: The Youth Week Banquet will M. Porter, General Superintendent .
world disposal
the Pastor W. S. Hardin. looming! Worship service Is be held) at the Parkway Junior and classes for all ages.: to varied stimuli. He put the at our

Sunday School begins: at 9:4: slated fur 11 a.m. with Rev Sterling high School at 8 o'clock tonight Morning! Worship, 11 a.m.. and cautioned us about how we use it l

a.m. with graded: nurseries, : Mills bringing; the message. with out ot town churches as service cf Holy Communion. He supplied our homes, our families and gobs of

classes and. departments [for all The adult choir will render a guests! at 'he dinner "Blessed are the Meek". The, ,... material wealth we never thought possible
ages Cradle Roll for new babies message: In song under the The Young Peoples Zone first session of Junior Church will t who
Who could ask for more? Tell us just among
and Extension Department conducted leadership! of Mrs. Morris Hall- Hally will be held at Ft. Pierce be held at 11 a m. "Southeast t .
by visitors for Invalids, urn. tomorrow night and the group of Asia" will be the theme for tare: us could even begin to count his blessings?

shut-ins and people who niubt Training Union will be at 6:30: peopl': from Tilusville will be four session study r. Maybe it's a good time to start doing

work on Sunday. p.m. with !Mrs.\ Grady Sandersas leaving from the church at t 4.30. Methodist Youth Fellowship, something for God start going to church

Regular morning: worship at dlreclor. Unions for all age: The Sunday School hour be. 6:30: p.m., evening service, t-30 A 1 J lot He said, "Blessings are

11:00: o'clock. Music by the adult groups: Linn ut 9.45 under the lea ('r. p.m., singing, of favorite hymns In t headot
choir and a message: by the p()s- Kiglit, candidates for Ri|>lism si ip of Hubert Dlanki-nship, with and( sermon, "A Song of Life and upon the

tor on This, Thy Day". are expected to bo Baptised at dJS pa for all ages. Death". the just" '
at 6:1! the 1:30: p.m. worship service.
Training Unions meet : !
The Worship Hour! at 11:00:
Feb. 5.
of theWoman'lI
Mid-Week Prayer cbrvice will
[for all age groups. 1
p.m. with Ilev. Thomas l! Ream bring
Evening; worship at 7:39: () p.m. convene Wednesday at 7 p.m. [follow Society and Christian
:Music\ by the intermediate choir ej by the adult choir rehear ing tim message of the moaning Service, 11 a.m. The mission ; :
and message, by the pastor on sal. li.e church choir under the di- study, "Southeast Asia" will be

"The Same Old Excuses". Nursery Is provided for children iicl.on of Frank Hallum, Jr., presented by Mrs. Arthur Miller\ .
wail sing The Infant und Toddlers .
imJer four of at all
slid-wcek services begin!: at years age Feb. 5. Bible study and prayer
nurseries (for all
services. are open
5:20::: p.m. with Family Night regular sera Ices service, 7 p.m.; senior choir practice .
Supper (make your reservation) 7:45: p.m. .
The Junior Hid
Teen Fellowsh
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followed by orgjni/.ational mei't- Trinity Lutheran Feb. 6 The commission on
will begin at 6:00. The
ps :
Meeting at 7:30.::
ings!: and Prayer Membership and Evangelism will
Youth Choir rehearsal (follows Sunday morning;: worship service Juni-MH are under the leadership meet at 7:30: p.m.Feb. .
\ will at 10:15: at of Mrs. Jean !Haser! and .
Prayer !Meeting begin 8 Junior choir practice.
Trinity Lutheran: Church in Indian Judy Manning: Is the Teen 11 a.m.

Christian ScienceThe Hivtr City. The Sarra- residont. At the same hour the

merit of Holy Communion will be Christian Service Training chas < rI
power of divine Love In MimsAssembly v
celebrated at this service. A es will he meeting.
daily living will be the subject
nil Christian Science church- nursery! Is provided for small The Evangelistic! service at Of God
children during this service. 7:00: with Rev. Ream speaking
__ cs this Sunday. Service for Church of God,
Sunday, School begins at 9:00: Tuesday night nt 7:30: the Cottage
Opening the Bible Lesson Mims, are announced as [foi.
with classes for all ages including Prayer meeting will be held
reading on "Love" will be this lows by Rev. Kyle II Bryan
adults at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
I John ((4.7)) "Be I
verse from : pastor. : I
Youth! Confirmation dais will John Carter, Port St. John.
loved, let us love one another: Sunday: Sunday School, 10
begin promptly at 4:00: Sunday The regular!: monthly Mission.
for love ii of God and everyone i 1 i
; a.m.; iroining worship 11 a.m..
afternoon The Luther League ary Meeting will be held Wed '
that: loveth is born of God evungdUtlc service, 7 ra r 7w aedi'
at the nesday night beginning at 7:00 p.m. '
and knowcth God." will meet at 5:00: Sunday l 1r a.a b Ire '
church. under the leadership of the Wednesday: Youth service. v

Selections from the Christian The executive board of the president, Patricia Hallum. The 7:30: pm., with Mrs. Sue Bell in
Fcience textbook will Include Trinity Lutheran Church Women church choir rehearsal will follow charge. 'g
these lines: "Human affection if + Mh M,Mw
will meet Tuesday morning this service. Friday: Men's prayer hour, AE 9, : M. tw1 IN Nw
not poured forth vainly even Monday night, Feb. 3rd, there .
lit 10:00: at the church. 7:30: p.m.First r N "r11.wMrThis
though It meet no return. Love
will be special service with
The choir will rehearse. at a
enriches the nature, enlarging
Rev. and Mrs. James Hudson.
purifying, and elevating it" (Science 7:00: Tuesday evening.The The Hud.sons are missionariesfrom Baptist, I I. R. C. t

and Health.with Key to the Regional Director of Guatemala. The service
American Missions of The American The following services are 111-
Baker '
Scriptures by Mary Eddy
will begin at 7:30: and the public
) Lutheran Church, Rev, nounced for First Missionary!
U. Invited to attend the service.
: Richard P. Fenske, will meet Baptist Church of Indian River
First Church of Scler-
holds' with the men' of the Church City: Church Feature is sponsored and supported by:
lift, Tltusvllle, Sundayservices :
at 11 a.m. and VVednevday Council .Tuesday evening at 7:30: Central Baptist Sunday: Sunday School -

'at 8 H" tt 'the 'church.: 10:00: a.m. with classes for ill
testimony meetings
Services for Central
p.m. at 109! Baldwin Shopping Church, IRC, are announced as ages; worship service, 11:00: Threlkeld's Standard Service Luke Cain I
a.m., EMer Howard Thornton.
Center Sunday School fur follows: Downtown Titusville AM 7-9927 State Farm Insurance Companies
: children up to the age of 20 convenes schedule for St. Gab- Nursery! provided: Baptist Training ,

at 11 a.m. in the Chamberof this Episcopal Church, as announced Sunday: Sunday School, 8:43: Course, 6:30: p.m. with 214 Palm TitusvilleBaird's :

Commerce building. All are by Father Ferguson, is a.m.; morning worship, 11 a.m.; Classes for all ages; worship Indian River Machine Shop
welcome training union, 6:30: () p.m.; evening services 7:30: p.m., Elder I
as follows: Indian River Florida Mobile Homes
worship, 7:30: p.m. A Deacon's (Howard Thornton.
Sunday Feb. 2, Morning
Prayer meeting. will be held at 2:30: () p.m. Wednesday Mid-Week Rte. 1 Box 351 Cocoa FloridaBoyd's
: Prayer
Christian And will be said at 7:15: a.m.,

Holy Communion will bl! celebrated Tuesday: General WMU, 9.30 Service, 7:30: p.m., study Mims Citrus Growers AssociationMims.
Alliance ChurchThe
at 7:30: a.m.; Sunday a.m.; WYA meets at 7:30: p.m course by Elder Howard Thorn
School for the fourth grade and ton; adult choir rehearsal, 8:30: Gulf Service
Sunday School of the
Wednesday: Beginning and
up will meet at 9:00.: The adult pri- p.m., under the direction of Downtown Titusville
Christian and Alliance
mary Sunbeams meet at 6:30::
church will open at 9:4: } a.m.. colas: will also meet at this time p.m., also Junior and intermediate Doyle RImor.Thursd.y Mr. and Mrs. K W. Roberts, Jr.
Ladies Visitation
under the direction of Jack HOP : ;
with John Allen full ;
leading a GA's and RA's. A combined
10:00: a.m. Mens Visitation 7:15: Mims\ Florida
"- ton Family Eucharist will be ;
program of activities Mr. Dennison business and prayer meeting will James Pritchard & Son
beginners choir rehearsal,
celebrated: at JO.03 a.m. Sunday p.m.;
will continue studies in the ; be held at 7:30: p.m.
book of Romans in the adult School, third grade and below Thursday: All day visitations 7:00: p.m., under direction of Frank & Mary Schuster &; Associates

Bible class. The nursery facilities will meet at 10:00: a.m. un Peggy Oxendine; junior choir Duffy'sMims 2330 South Washington, Titusville

will be open during all the der the direction of James Mminis Saturday: WYA practice session rehearsal, 7:30: p.m., under di- \ Florida
Jr. at church at 3 p.m. rection of Marie Morris.
services of the church.

Rev James 11 1(. Livingston, a Tuesday Feb. 4, 9:30: a.m., W. E. Kennedy
Brevard Lumber
Missionary to Viet Nam, will be St. Bridget:: Chapter meets ut the THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF SCOTTSMOOR Company Badcuck I Furniture Titusville

-Die guest, speaker during the home of Mrs. John Ball; 1:00: I WELCOMES YOU
Rev. Sttrlli* Mills
.11:00: a.m. worship hour, also< p.m. Mary Martha Chapter, at
Turn East At
Fruit Stand
'during this. hour there will be reception the home of Mrs. Almira Buck- Ray Nelson Insurance Agency Bryan-Conway & Winstead Inc.

of new members und the liam. Sunday School ., MS: a.m. Morning Worship .. 11 ..!II. liii Apple( Plaza ,
Training Union t:39 Downtown Titusville
p.m. Evening Worship p.m.
Communion will be served Wednesday Feb. 5 7:15 ,
Holy : a.m. for Each
Nursery Service Prayer Service Wed 7 p... '
i announced Rev. Hoy Forward, Mwnitig Prayer, Holy: Com i
pastor rr.u nion. The Only Southern Baptist Church

The Chilsllan; Cadets and Sen- Thursday, Feb. 6, 9:30: a.m. Between Mires and Oak HUll! Burger King B e Ik- L'rndseyTitusville

ior AYF groups will mint at Holy Communion.The North U. S. 1. TitusvIHe;

6:31):: ) p.m choir will rehearse on Frl. I

Rev. Livingston: will; bring his Fib 7, at 7:4J: p.m. TRINITY' LUTHERAN CHURCHAn Duff Electric Htusville

cloning message to the missionary Evening Prayer will bl! read

conference tit 7:30: p.m. The ut 5:00: p.m. Monday, Wednesday ( American Lutheran Church) 1 .. Mr. and Mrs. II. Guy Duff Colonial T V and Appliances

public ii invited .to attend these and Friday and at 7:00: 840 MAGNOLIA AVENUE '* .*:' -
services p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday .. r

Wednesday el 12:00: midnight ,t. INDIAN RIVER CITY M. Morley's Western Auto C W '

will begin. an all-night prayer Lighthouse TabernacleServices SUNDAY SCHOOL . . 9:00: un. Mr. and Mrs. Chas J. Morley Danenburg
I meeting. The chuich, and folk\ }Dancnburir) .Realty .
CHURCH SERVICES 10:15: i.m. Washington & Broad, Titusville
of the community are invited t'l at the Lighthouse: Ial4: S. Washington, TItuSVille

pray Tabernacle, Minis, are announced We Ext.nd A Cordial) Welcome To Youl I

S Wednesday 9:30: a.m., Wo as follows: Canaveral Rambler
men's Missionary Prayer Fellowship Sunday: Sunday School, 10 CLAUDE E. TEJAN Ptttor Master Cleaners

: at the church. a.m.; worship services at 11 Phone AM 7-1343 S, Hopkins at Titusville City Limits

: Thursday 7:30: p.m., Women's a.m. and 7:30: p.m.

Missionary\ Prayer Fellowship Wednesday: Prayer minting .
Welcome To TheFirst Fransen's Drive In Restaurant
: regular meeting;& at 7:30: p.m. Mutual Insurance
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i Titusviile Mr. and Mrs. tt. K.; Jones

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Buplisl Downtown Titusville

"la The Hurt Of The Community" Rinker Materials Corp.
Church of Minis I Fulmer's
: Main & Hopkins Tltuivllle. Florida West Orange Ph. AM: 7-5DOO: Drug Store

Gene Sego
W. S Hardin Paator
Only S Minutes' from Downtown Tltwtvlllo North
Town Motel
SERVICESSunday On U. S,1 to Mimi Turn Left at> Blinker Light. The Ere.p 1
Downtown Titusville Suburban P oyeeSGOf

Worship . . . .\ 8:30 U 11:00 A.M SUNDAY SCHOOL . .. .. . . a:43: A. M. ServiceMoonland

/' : Sunday School . . . . . 9:45: A.M. MORNING\[ WORSHIP . . .. 11:00: A M. Edwards RealtyJoe

Training Union . . . . 6ilS A.M. YOUTH CHOIR REHEARSAL . 5:30: P. M.
Sunday :Evening Worship . . 7:30 P.M. TRAINING UNION .. . .. 6:13: P. M. Baldwin and Shopping Mary\ Edwards Center! Mobile. Homes,', Sales I

Mld.W..k Service, Wednesday . 7:30 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP . . 7:30: P. M. : U SIN orlh of Overpass, .Ti u ,ille
Oldest Baptist Church In Area Established In '.
Air Conditioned for Comfort Rev
your Jsaph E, Boarwrlght

1889 Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention "The End of Your Search For A Friendly Church" Atlantic Plumbing Co. First Federal Savings & Loan Association

Alr-Condltloned Mother of Three Missions We 329 St. Johns St. Titusvlle
"Wonderful Words of Life 7ttS; A.M. Mon..FrL. WRMF Downtown Titu3v1lleFeg.
Cordially Invite You to Attend Our Services.



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For These Pages 5 P M. Wednesday begin :

I ow be at

j MethodistMorning Good Shepherd Calvary Baptist IRC MethodistThe pra The'

worship at the First Lutheran Church Services will be held Sunday at service of worship for the 7 30 p ;
Pine t I : ;: ;:
Methodist Church of Titusvillewill the Calvary Djptht Church us Indian River City Methodist
Rev Arnold F Claus. pastor at a |> l
be held at 8:30: and 11.00 a.m. follows:
Church be held Sunday. 11:00
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, tist
Sunday with Rev. Ed Norman Sunday. School will begin ut
has selected for the theme of his \ a.m. in the new church buildingon
bringing the message: "The sermon for this Sunday. February 10:00: a.m. under the direction of the Orlando Road across Cro'mlndlan
Slavery That Means Freedom". Mal Yin Fisher. School
Sunday River Heights.: The pastor,
2, "The Parable of the Sow
Scripture will be read from Gal- Supt., with classes for all ages. Rev. Robert Waddell will bri
er! The text is from the eighth ,j To I
atians 51225.; The 11:00: a.m. The morning worship service the The Rev James H. LivingstonMissionary
message. willbe
chapter of St. Luke, verses 5 nursery ,
service will be broadcast over and 12. Worship services are begins at 11:00: a.m. with Pastor available in the Sunday School

radio station WRMF. conducted at 8.00 a.m. and 10:30: Bill :McClure bringing the mes wing of the building. To \' .

I Church school under the dir a.m., with the celebration of Holy sage. Special music will be rendered Sunday School will be held from (' I
Communion to take by Mrs. Carolyn Fisher. 9.45 to 10:35 am. '
ection of John Raley will begin place during a.m. :
,t, promptly at 9:45: a.m. with class the early service. The Young People's Group w II The School of Missions will bc-, Viet Nam Is leg: of !

es for all ages.; A nursery is pro meet at 6:30: p.m. and prayer gin: Sunday 7:30: p 11\ using t tie film,
I vided for children of pre-school Infants and small children willIe service will be held ot 7:13: p.m. theme "Our Mission Tixla)\," l

age In Hennessey Hall service cared in for the during the later Pastor McClure will be teach Croup; leaders for' the mission Guest! Speaker \ :
Junior Church will hold Its sec nursery. ing from the Book of Revelation study are: Mrs. Thomas Jackson, Death

ond session this Sunday in Hen Sunday School classes, junior at the Wednesday night serviceat adult leader; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vi't" t 'N ,m\ I is at present one of AFB : !

nessey Hall under the direction of and senior Bible classes and also 7:30.: Wheeler young people, agi! s th II ".Id i must\. receptive! fieldsfor film
Mrs. Robert Gibson. Mrs. C. C. the pastor's class will meet at Tiv Weekly Bible Study will twelve through high school; !MV.' t I'H' iiivxcntation.. of the The

Young will give the junior story 9:15: o'clock. be held at Brother McClures iii.il Mrs William :McMillan: children Clm-I I mi uonpel In spite of warf.uo : :
time and Mrs. Richard Claridgewill licnie at 220 Stuart Ave., Indian ages six through eleven. .A .11,1 l uncertainties of cient
give the primary. Junior A meeting of Walther League River City, Tuesday at 10:00: dinner will be served on the sol Ir- daih life because of the Commur.it days
members will take in
place the
church will be held through February a.m. and Visitation will be end and fourth nights, the first the ..:
Fellowship Hall at 6:30 pirsuiea.This
: o'clock.
23.Youth Sunday evening Thursday at 10:00: a.m. being a Polynesian dinner and Uia i h the message that will ,

recreation will be held at At 7:30 Calvary Baptist Is a Pre.Millennium dinner on the fourth night a German l he biuuiiht to u local church conftrtnee Is set )
: p.m., Tuesday, the pas
4:00: p.m. Sunday followed by tor's class will meet in the Independent Church dinner. The Woman's Societyof by the Rev. James LJv- D'Emilio'f
t youth choir at 7:00: p.m. church office. and Pastor McClure extends a Christian Service will be -in Hilton, a missionary in Viet
Evening worship will be heldat cordial Invitation to the publicto charge of the dinners. Reserva- pant' since 191);;! under the
7:30: p.m. Sunday. The Girl's Mission League attend! all services. Servicesare tions are requested.! The nursery Cluistian and Missionary Al- The

On Tuesday of this week theWoman's plans to meet at 7 p.m., Wednes being held temporarily at theWomen' will be available for small chil- IiaiKe' houtd.Ill' sored
day Choir Rehearsals is scheduled dren.
; Club
Society of Christian House, 119 Hop will be a principal guest be
for 7:30: o'clock, Wednesday. kins Avenue. The Woman's of Christian
Society -
j Service will hold its regular sptvkcr: during the annual missionary
monthly meeting and luncheon In Thursday evening at 7:30: Service will have Its general convention in tho ChristKm used

Hennessey Hall. o'clock, the February meeting of Christian Church meeting Tuesday( 10.31) a.m., At und Missionary Alliance of the
The music committee will meeton the Board of Directors of the the church. A covered dish dinner: church located at 180 Sun Road. tend
Tuesday at 7:15: In the sanct church will be held. will follow the meeting. The executive Indian River Cily. Date of

uary; the choir will rehearse at Pastor Claus will Instruct the Church Services for First Christian board meeting will be the special conference are Feb- from .
7:30: p.m. Tuesday. Junior Confirmation Class on Sat. of Titusville are announced held prior to the general meeting' r.ir.v, 1.2 with the public invitedto will

Boy scouts will meet at 6:30: urday at 9:00: a.m. Eddie Fine as: follows by Pastor at 9:30: a.m. The nursery will be nil sessions beginning at 7:30p :

p.m. on Wednesday at Blanton available. In. and Sunday 11:00: a.m. and lowing
Park.A Good Shepherd Church is on Sunday: Sunday School, 10 A Church membership class for 7:30: p m.
Garden Street a.m.; Worship service at 11 ,
one mile west of a.m.
Southern Asia Banquet will children will be held this Saturday The' Livingston family was assigned
Washington Slreet.Westside with sermon topic "Are You Ex.
be held at 6:30: p.m. on Wednesday cited About God". 10:00: a.m., at the church and : to evangelism work in
in Hennessey Hall. As a conclusion each Saturday thereafter. The tin piovlnee of Quang Ngal, an
to the Mission Study con Baptist Sunday at 2:30: p.m. the Christian pastor will lead the sessions, and nrcu already greatly affected

ducted through January a din Canaveral Area Youth Rally the children will be given the op. ky the Viet Cong ceiilla warfare
service is held the will be held at Eau Gallic. Thin
Worship at
ner will be held in Hennessey portunity to join on profession of In recent yean and in
Hall. It will be a covered dish Westside Baptist Church on Trop. group meets each month at different faith Easter Sunday. which the missionaries with the

affair:!! with as many as will bring Is Ave., at 11:00: a.m.; Sunday churches in county. Christian gospel! made an Impact Gene ,
dishes patterned after those School begins at 9:45: a.m. with The CE youth groups meet at Orsino BaptistServices only during the part five years

served in India, Pakistan Nepal classes for all ages; Junior choirpractice 6:45: p.m.; a congregational meet for Orsino Baptist "We estimate that only I 12 per
and Ceylon. Several recipes were Is at 5 ing will be held at 6:30: ; at 7:30a :: ( Church, located on ALA two miles r> nt of the population of nearly Mrs.
t p.m.; .
given to those attending last Wed. Bible study hour, "The Growing north of Barge Canal, are an 700,000 persons in the provincehave Mrs.
Union begins at 8:15 followed by "
nesday evening's session and : Christian Goes to Church. flounced as follows: been contacted with the \ '
additional copies will be availableat worship service at 7:30.: Nursery Wednesday: 7:30: p.m., prayer The pastor, J. L. Gainer will Gospel," 'Mr. Livingston said. Uprb
the church Sunday. Mrs. Rich is provided for all services. meeting service. The Livingstons have witness"
preach Sunday at 11 a.m., his sermon -
ard Gardner will be the guest Prayer meeting begins at 7:15: subject being "Two (Roads". ed unusual results for a first- Ma(
speaker at the banquet. She was
p.m. on Wednesday. First Presbyterian At the evening service at 7:30: Ms term missionary effort During )
born in
India and is an active
subject will be "Paul and the 'the past four years, a thousand Edna
member of the Christian Mission. The second in a brief series of Cross." persons have turned to Christ in
ary Alliance Church. Whether you Church Of GodThe "The Church and the .
sermons on Sunday School meets at 10 (the province, and there are now
participated in the study or not Individual" will be
preached by
nine organized) l churches affiliated
services of the First a.m.; Training Unions at 6:30: Allan
Invited to the dinner
you are the pastor, the Rev. Charles W.
with the Alliance with Vietnamese
Church of God will begin with p.m. Mrs.
and/or the that will follow -
program Bates, at the 8:30: and 11 o'clock serving
Sunday School classes at 10:00: young men as
at about 7:30: p.m.
worship services Sunday. Thereis
I o'clock Sunday morning. There pastors 1 to their own people Edith
: .. ..e..eeee-; i will be classes for all ages. a church-hour nursery at the Time of The End." Following the In spite of loss of crops and Mrs.
latter hour only. lecture at 4:13: pm. the weekly the revages of war. four new Mrs.
Ii The morning worship service Sunday School, with classesfor Bible Study will be held on, "They church buildinps were! built and
will follow at 10:45: o'clock with all age groups, convenes at Listened To An Angel." dedicated by these Christians! 1m. .
the pastor, Rev. Ronald Holder, 9:45: ; and the Junior-Ili and Cut
at 8
I Every Tuesday pm. another the past two years, he said.
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A bringing the morning message. Scnior-IIi youth groups meet in Bible study is held on, "Let
Lttend, There will be a youth fellowship the church from 7 to 8 p.m. Your Name Be Sanctified." -
meeting Sunday evening at 6:30: Adult choir rehearses Wednesdays
Thursday at T ::30 p m. the Theocratic
I : o'clock in the home of Rev. and at 8 p.m. and the junior School is '':::-
Ministry con ll
ServicesThis> : Mrs. Holder, 3374 Elder St. choir, Saturdays at 10 a.m.Jehovah's ..'". 40
ducted followed at 8.30 p.m. by "k
/: Midweek prayer service this the weekly service meeting. ,,

week will be held on Wednesday WitnessesThe ,I'heBiUe -
e evening at 7:30: o'clock in the
He that
following program for the hfat hath ears to hear
Week home of Mrs. Ollie Ward, on the week of meetings at the Kingdom let him hear.-(Matt. 1I1UI)
corner of Coquina and Pine Lanein of MIMS
Indian River City. Hall, 1422 Norwood Ave., Is announced Through prayer we can
by L. D. Shawver, local learn to respond properly to
s at your own Committees have been formed presiding minister: the spiritual guidance that t
and are beginning to meet as the Sunday at 3 p.m. a Public Bible God maker available to us; to
congregation moves into the third lecture will be given by a rep feel the life forces that lie has February 1.8 8 -1:30: Nighlly
place within
week of an eight week Church resentative of the Watchtower to hear the

Building Campaign which Is being Society II. Wilder whose subject "Leisure time in when your promise Divine Mensages of that hold the

of worship conducted by the Board ot will be. "World Crises Mark the wife can't find you." heaven. --
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Services on Sunday are pres. :;
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River City Fire Hall on ADDITIONS, Bible : Radio

Magnolia Ave. '
ixYd This congregation Is assoc Message
rr iated with the Church of God AND I !
NEED Preaching
whose offices arc in Anderson, ;'

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I _:: Don't Store Left-Overs Sell- ; 'Em With A Classified Ad


For Rent GLAMOR GIRLS Help Wanted Mobile Homes Plumbing A Electrical Supplies Real Estate


INFORMATION ROOM FOR rent, corner of 50 ROUTE SALESMAN, apply Fore I TRAILERS FOR SALE I New Smyrna Plumbing 5 ACRES, located Slims area!
29 down, balance -
and U S. 1, 267-3679, Call after most Dairies, Norwood Ave., after 30 FT. aluminum Spartanette. Inspection Supplies, Inc. $1500 5 per acre Call Wessncr! Realty 1
DEADLINE!: S p.m. nap Befort years. -
.;publication For Wod. Fr!. 1 pra. 2 p.m.EXPERIENCED. and make offer to J. T. 267-7125.

11 A.M. Bat. For :Mon. Publlcttlaa SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies NEWSPAPERman Lally, Campsall's Trailer Park, CompletePiumblag .__
JUi Orlando Road. I and Electrical Supplies HOUSES FOR SALE!
St. 267.
for rent. 801 Oracga to handle public relations
WANT AD RATES Water Syntrtrn Sprinkler Hyitrmi
I Centa per word 3400. I for fast growing community! in '63 CIHCKSHA, 6 months old. 2 Pump., Pipes, Vtlvel, Flttln,. I INDIAN RIVER City repossession,

:Minimum Cbaro SOo NEWLY FURNISHED air conditioning Cape KennedyOrlandoDaytonaBeach area. Photography help bedroom, 1 bath. See at Oak I Copper Tubing Plaatlo Pipes 17 Flamingo Court, 3 bedroom 2

TV, Mild service. $25 ful. Opportunity for young man Point Trailer Park, 8th traileron Light Fixture, Wire, Elc. bath, low down payment, Inquire
ALL CLASSIFIED Ant! weekly. 2327 S. Washington or'' right. next door left or call 267-7406
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE: to grow with progressive, lone 1232 Canal-New Smyrna Beach
Except EittblUhed Account call 267-5407. established Florida concern. IMi bath
Phone 4282705Sun.Nites.hIoliclays TITUSVILLE bcdl'oomr ,
.5 Send complete resume and sal 63 ACCENT, 2 bedroom, 10 x 52, ,
for work modern kitchen! selective neighborhood -
LOW rates, c laD rooms
$600 and take
to Box P, Star equity over pay .
:3tulfl DUpl.y Requeet Rato AwlUbUon men. 103. Call 267-618 or 267- r k Advocate.ary requirements All replies confidential. ments. Lot 19 Cupid Ave., Christmas 428 9923 $750 267-1874.down, take over
Park. .
Tl>. Star-Advocate reserve the .
jrlvllm of rtvlilnc or rejecting --- OWNER WILL sell 2 bedroom,
any advtrtlieraent which It deetntcUnldcatloa WAREHOUSE FOR RENT DRAFTSMAN.DESIGNERS survey Real Estate
objectionable and to cbae (be rodman, apply MOONLAND double garage utility room. 267-
of any 'vanl.emoot STORAGE SPACE In metal build- Morrison Knudsen m.a1e; I 2470.
from that ordered to
Ibe policy ot big paper.conform to Ing on Nevins Court, rear Available of Hardeman, personnel! C office, 7 Mobile Home SalesU.S. I 288 x 82Va! land and trailer water EDGEWATER. 4 bedroom, 2 bath '
Tbe Star-Advocate will not be Star-Advocate building. miles east of Titusville on Highway included.
tSt $3550. 1st house east of home Dining room, wood floors
mpoiultl for more ban one In. Feb. 15th. See II. II. Mud- 402 (old Baptist Church .
correct Insertion nor will It be son, at Star-Advocate. ; 1 North of Overpass radio station. fireplace, screened porch, $20,000
: Wilson) or send summary of experience -
liable for any error In advertlee Park Avenue Realty, 103 E. Park
ment to and J personal characteristics Titusville
a greater extent tttaot. Ave., Edgewater.
Ine rout of tile apace occupied by For Sale to P. O. Box R, City. BRENTWOOD: ESTATES
the Item ha Ibo adverl.enterst.uoIaaoo : u An Equal Opportunity Employee 4 well olanned models are now Continued on runt Fags!
Mobile Home Owntrs
COUNTER TOP dishwasher like }PLUMBERS, Titusville and County open. Brentwood Estaies Is minutes
!. Office SS MaIn Street I. ideal I for small kitchen, $50, _
Dial AM 7-0331 new! '- '" !license. Call SOUTHERN LIVE RENT from downtown Titusville
Office hours 1.00: to 1:80: : Mrs. Parise, 2670309. w __ PLUMBING, 2677383. IIII .
----- and bar e ci..r.M..lrlm.,.hi.IH4.wets. .1....rom... West! on Garden Strept. FHA
HYDRAULIC SHAMPOO WANTED 2 experienced Chevrolet -I FREE VA, 23.4 bedroom homes, from I REALESTATE

AnimalsGIVE bcr at chair Nan's, reasonable Beauty!! ,Parlor Can be, seen 1306 "It's lovely, darling, but won't it add to the smog?" mechanics.Gus Faulk Apply Chevrolet Service, I $85 monthly, Includes every
: Manager
South St.Indian. I thing. 267-7142 or NE 68385.
AWAY beautiful kitten,, Invest $20 down payment and I
3K7 Old Dixie Highway 267. River Gunshop Mobile Homes pay only $20 monthly and you
0972. ht t'fl For Sale Help Wanted will buy and possess your own
730 So. Dixie TRAILERS FOR SALE extra large full acre trailer lot. Homes 4 Sale
groom Become
Call ROCK MAPLE corner hutch, used ANTIQUES, HEAVY aluminum your own
ing. 267-3102 for appoint FEMALE! HELP WANTED Don't tear rent each
ment. with Early American or Modern dinette set, couches, utilities up receipts !1171-Extra nice 3 Bedroom 2
mTlWltmezr month.
More than
decor $60. 267-5705. heaters, 55 gallon oil drum antisupports DRUG STORE work, apply in ) families reside in 150 happy I Bath home near High School 1100-175 ft. U. S. No. 1 Front
person now our Beautiful -
Boats For Sale beds, platform rocker i !., m -Florida room 80' x 100' Corner locationCanhe
to Indian Trailer age -
GE WASHING machine 1 old, River Drugs Community. Only a
year chairs, vacuum, many house I fenced lot 15250. selling
$40 front
16FT. MARINE plywood runabout I $100. Mattress and springs.. S27 hold items, Uayvicw Shop, 1412 SECRETARIES, STENOGRAPHERS AnoiseLIL1I7Jl few for yourself lots left.the Visit finest us and Mobile see price $103. monthly pays foot bought- Additional at per depth
with 25 h.p. Kermath Sea Cub, I So. So. Wash., 2673940. apply Morrlson-Knudsen- S .. :.., Home Park in all Florida. Will all Equity 4850. Owner available to 600 ft.-Excellent
4 cylinder marine all in I ? e take back some 2nd mort terms will take late model
engine, 38" ELECTRIC stove, automatic FURNITURE S rooms of fine PcrlnlHardeman personnel office or

excellent condition. New Tee clean, good working condition, furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. 11- a ... CHRISTMAS PARK gage. car or boat as part payment.
Nee heavy duty trailer. $700.00 $35. 2672263.EXPENSIVE 7 piece dinette all I! only $13.85 7 mile east of Titusville, ..... .s- ...... Route 50 Christmas, Florida 1177-1 Bedroom 1 Bath home-
cash, complete. Ambrose, 543 month. Decor Furniture, 206 Highway 402 (old Baptist Church s. ..... apese ...s ..... Phone Orlando 275-1727 Florida Room Large beau 1100-1 Mi Acres With 2 fur-

Polaris Ave., I.R.C. 2677913. FOAM rubber covered sectional per N. Magnolia Avenue, Indian River Wilson) or send summary of experience ._.. C ii.-p ...... Direction 12 miles west of tiful lot 100' x 125' $7,400. trees ished homes Just South and of 20 Rt.orange 50
couch beautifully --.-. .... 0.55wu on
$100. Studio hide-a-way bed, Per. City. Phone 2677613. and pE'fSonalharaeter.! ..... U.S. No.1'& Titusville] Owner will finance $1,000 U. S. No. 1 Priced at only
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istics to
P. O. Box H.
Building & Const. fect, $125. 287-3940. City. ... ....... o..- 011 Highway 50. $24,000.

NIDY CONSTRUCTION, resident- RUMMAGE\ SALE, January 31st. For Sale or Rent EXPERIENCED PROOF and bookkeeping wann .. Pto.. uvp 1179-FHA take-back home 013-If you are considering a
Ills, commercial and remodeling Titmville Chamber of Commerce machine operators for': $ S557ae:. 54toa 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Oil duplex, we have 6 listed -
12 years In Titusville. Licensed building. new bank in Indian River City. TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT wall heater Whispering One or more of which might
and bonded. Phone AM 7.23211. 3 BEDROOM house separate din. Secretary with installment lending Hills Home fully repaired. suit your needs. Come in or
LEAVING STATE, RCA TV and log room, family room and patio, i and automobile 2f f financing ex TRAILER SPACES $11,000. $450 down. I call and let us show you whatwe

Business OpportunitySCO antenna, $35. Mrs. Johnson, TI. A acre lot. 1830 S. Smith Drive. perience.i Apply S. Washington i TRAILER, 56 x 10, aluminum car- Large lots. Reasonable rent. H83! -2 Bedroom Furnished I have.
tusville Trailer Park lot 35 Phone 2676921. Avenue, Titusville, Saturday, porte, awnings, an conditioning,
February 1, from 9.30 a.m. to and washer. Situated on one of Good transportation to Cape home near new Causeway C33-8 Acres with 300 ft. U.
SCO highway frontage, building: YOU SAVE and slaved for a wall to 1:00: pm. the nicest spots in town. All for FRIENDLY: SHORESU.S. Wood floors, extra large room S. No.1 Frontage and 300 ft. ,
bl for auto repair business, wall carpet.. Keep it new with Sale or Trade An Equal Opportunity Employee S4 OO. Call Arrow Realty, 2677037. No. 1, City Limits Edgewatcr.! $10,800. Some terms.H95 River front. This is one of the
includes many tools; also nureny Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampoo In most beautiful tracts of landin
; lumber; plumbing or groc r $1 O'Flanagan Furniture, WANTED COLORED maid for 1962, 10 x SO Travelo Deluxe, like TRAILER LOTS FOR SALE -Country This fine atmosphere 2 Bedroom the county, it Is realistically
ery. 144 ft. well includes nice 2 307 So. Washington. motel work. In new, on all windows, city -
Apply person. awnings priced and can be bought
1960 DODGE Phoenix, A-l condition ii': home lot with 14
bedroom dwelling, tractor and 2 River Palms Motel, 2401 S. 10 x 25 screened patio, $1250 100 x 200, north of Slims, on large with as little as 20': down.
boats many other items. Price 1 USED 17" portable Zenith TV, 1 owner, Can be financed, Washington Ave.STENOGRAPHER. equity, payments $74.50 monthly, $1500 cash Call Wessner Realty, beautiful orange trees-Total
$22,500 29% cash. Perklss Real. $65. Can be purchased on our book price, Call 267-8476. Oak Point Park. Call 2676135. price only $9,000. Some A41-2V4' Acres South of IRC.
ty, 287-3940. "Easy pay plan". $5 el\Ur AND "girl Frlday" 267.7135.Motor terms. $5,600 Cash.
weekly. Goodyear wanted for active real estate Scooter
SMALL AUTO REPAIR shop, 315 So. Hopkins, Titusville, Flor Help WantedORGAN office. Interesting work, -Family moved here from D41-100 ft. Route 50 Frontagewith

Phone 267-1520. ida. 2673013. good salary and opportunity foradvancesnenL GRAND OPENING '59 CUSHMAN Huskey. 8 horse. have Zephyrhills a real,nice near country Tampa,homeon they 2 bedroom :Iiome Land
t Good shorthandand alone worth asking price of
PRACTICE PIANO power, perfect condition, reasonable 6 acres. This is only a 2
: Child Car PLAYER Saturday $17,500. with good terms.
typing Call 267 5658.
refinished I hour drive from Titusville.
Reconditioned and
night 9 p.m.la.m., Call 287- Barley Inc., Realtor: Washington x .1
CHILD CARE by hour day or Good condition, $125, Baby Grand, 5213 after 4:30: p.m. Avp.MATURE SKYLINE '62 ALLSTATE scooter, $175, good They said to sell it, selling ACREAGE We have tracts of
week, Indian River I Heights KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC condition. 2675248. price 15500., $77. a month V-j. Z'>A '- 5 10 20 acres
AM 7-5766. 2126 Tropic St. 267-6385 REAL ESTATE salesman, licensed WOMEN, child care and DEALER pays all. Some terms. and up Let us know what

permanent, with wonderful housework, 4 hours daily. Call Position WantedBASS you need and we'll show it
50 10.2 Br.
opportunity for high earningsand after 6 x to
p.m you.
For Rent BRAND NEW overstocked. Mint advancement with large or I CAN'T FIND A RENTAL!

sell 7 piece living room suites. ganization. Draw against com WANTED size & price for every pocket GUITAR player' desires BUY A HOME FROM I
SMALL AUTO REPAIR shop. $119.77.3 complete rooms $248 50, mission. Arranged for right man. WAITRESS, EXPERIENCED, if book. Honest values Honest work 3 or 4 nights a week, Kxpenenccd : I

Phone 2671520. no money down, easy terms. CaU Call 267-7748, Titusville for appointment not please do not apply. No phonecalls service. I new equipment.. Call ARROW
267-9735.: Sunday 10-8 267-7135 after p.m.Plumbing
ARTICLES FOR RENT I Open apply in person. 422 ARROWREALTY
Washington Ave. Titusville, FlorIda A square deal at all times --- -
Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp Long Term Bank Financing I Supply I
Floor Sanders Polishers WANTED CLERK-STENO, must REALTY
Phone AM 7-3255 for mailing. Full stock at Stir- must have knowledge of typing Free Delivery & SetupMARTIN'S

Advocate and shorthand. Must be able to SEPTIC TANKSof I
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET meet public, excellent working va MOBILE
250 AMPS, AC arc welder! com conditions. Apply City Hall, :525 HOME SALES pre-cast concrete, steel-reinforced 311 N. Dixie Highway 311 North Dixie Highway
Baldwin Shopping Center plete $90, 230 Beverly Street. Palm Ave. 1224 N. U.S. 1 N. of Overpass state-approved sizes 540
Titusvilla 267-3081 gals., 630 gals.. 735 gals., and 1000 Indian River City
Indian River Fla.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT REPOSSESSED SPINET piano due gals. Grease!! traps installed, tanks City,

to transfer. Perfect condition. -= pumped and cleaned, drain fields AM AM 7-7037
APARTMENTS AND trailers. Take up small monthly pay. "HARRIS relaid. Work guaranteed. Pittman 7.7037
Weekly, monthly rates. Adults ments. 'Septic Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 7-
only. 504 Garden.FLORIDIAN KIRK SCHOOL OP MUSIC RECOMMENDS" 1421. P. O. Box 2016, TitusvIlle Don R. Mancini Broker Don R. Mancini Broker
APARTMENTS, close 2128 W. Tropic 267-6385 _... BUILDERSWANTED ,, Florida.
162' Fronting Both U. S. No. 1 -- --
inv efficiencies, weekly, monthly 219 SHARES of stock First National
rates air conditioned, 417 Julia Bank of Titusville i will 1 sell all and Washington Avt. 268' Depth.
Street. ..5.ii' or part, 2673622. "North Brevard's Oldest Real Estate Service"&z4L

2 BEDROOM, unfurnished in
Mims. 261.2996.UNFURNrsHED.. FURNITURE $35,000 Terms ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AT

House[ & Buildings Included $3000 Per Lot! ( Of1tIItty-
3 bedroom, town /
house, tiled bath, electric range, 3 rooms of fine furniture- CHAS. JANNARONE .Q n

near Pirtle Plaza, $135 monthly. 8 piece bedroom suit 7 "HARRISRECOMMENDS" Tl'.usville Shopping Center rHttfl.
Phone 267.1925.WHISPERING .
AM 7-3441 7lc.
piece living room group ands ,

HILLS SECTION, :s piece dinette AU for
furnished, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 20 acres between Slims and
heat and air conditioning, $200. Only (
Call Cocoa 6365884. Scottsmoor! $330 per acre. GoIng IT STANDS WashIngton AM 72011jr'

price In area is double tEl DELJIW
IRC 2 bedroom, large utility I $$13.85 this
room, screened porch, stove price! *OR
re STOJAGE1PANthALLjVAN 1. If are considering a home in the
frigerator. Mrs. Connell!, 287-7021 P., Mo. I i
267-1388. i North Brevard area, call one of our

DECORFURNITURE INTEGRITYThis S trained, experienced sales staff to conduct -

ROOMS FOR RENT Harris .:- -' I a tour for your family over the

NEWLY FURNISHED, heat, air. Realty I entire area. We have new and older

Conditioning sleeping room, pri-- Indian Hirer City Phone 267-0413\ ;LIt4S .. 5. I homes in nearly every section with
tate bath, $20 weekly. 267-7923. Phone 28T-76U :: I '
price and terms to fit almost any bud

NICE; PRIVATE room and bath 208 N. Magnolia AT, I get. ,,, !
for' single man. 267-6768. C
81 I 2. Executive home. Brick, three bedrooms

I I I I 2 large baths, huge living room

SEE OAKWOOD Howard Johnson'sNeeds _._ I and panelled family room. Two fire- J_ _ _

places. Kitchen i completely equipped.
J. Palll ConW&J R. C Wln.b d l, Jr
Pre.hlenl Air conditioned and central heat. .
Vice President
MOBILE SUBDIVISION Is the official seal of the Double garage. Shown by appoint
HOME National Association of Real

Estate Boards. Only membersof I _ ment. _ _ _
.. C Featuring: EXPERIENCED HOSTESSESWe the Association may display 4': 3. 10 acres and 2 bedroom home. Just

this seal. And only those who off Route 46. $14,990.00. Terms can (
Offer Free Life Insurance Hospitalization[
1. Surgical display this seal may call themselves : be arranged.
LARGE 75' z 110' s LARGE POOL Benefits, Credit Union and A Liberal Vacation Pay Realtors. ,
4. Several new homes under construction -
I : LOTS WITHCENTRAL SHUTTLEBOARDHORSESHOES Apply In Person, Titusville. and for immediate
George M. Barley, Jr., some occup
Inc. .. .: ancy. Priced from $14,000.00 to $30,000.
: WATER Eta .
[ [ C Down payments from $450.00.Check .
Bryan-Conway & '
Local & Long Distance Movers Winstead. Inc. 5. with us on FHA Homes being

i $95 DOWN $30 MONTHLY S J. W. Childre, RealtorDanenburg's remarketed.
__ 6. Attention small family! 2 bedroom
i TO REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on) Storage< TJffiBPB* Realty Ro.ld.nUai aio Vr monthly.yallCollway. ( man

; U.S. 1 to Mims. Continue north on U.S. 1 for one more Shipping

: mile to our entrance on right. For free information FREE ESTIMATES 267-3341 Edwards Realty ol.? & Wbufeac! JIC.

: call 267-5586. LOCAL AGENT Ed Kittles Agency

Sydney Schwartz
PUBLIC WEIGH SCALE Dial AM 7-2011 Day, Night or Holidays I Ip


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I Star-Advocate Classified Ads _
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Jl l 1,10 I I1.. IIHI'lir. iv :NDTirr roR RID
.\M InK list ..\ Ski ( ut :>.TV Healed kIlt will b* received by
Continued;; From: Pr'c.,ding PI'". Services Used IIIHIIM. thr Hoanl, of County Commlealoa.
Real Used Cars & Trucks
ServicesFOR 4 II VM tHM.. MMOXtTII., I up until 1 :J 4J Oiiuk A M. F.IJ.
KROIIEHT mary *. I tails, I In lie Comml..lon r'a
Real Estate $230 OR older K.: KIMWtU: roonv Court. HOUM. Tllvuvtlla FlorIda -
INCOME:; TAX returns prepared -
58 HILLMAN: Mm $23O 39! Opel! { :: fnr
FOR SALEDON'T A HOLE In your roof or a Phone 267-3183. 13.00 and up. wagon $423, T'a hp Scott outboard snorts on. r.tttton.r, I silo p",: *.ntcr elation wa| n-fouA .
HOUSES FOR SALE whole new roof. painting add! $10. Undstrom TiUis\illc Trailer bus 267 :J)87) "MARCI'CR1TB* : : dour.pow.r ...,'log cad brake
Matnla Co-
.ft.limit. radIi and heat.ryllan>r-v.bf
BEDROOM: corner lot. fenced lions, and general repairs All sales and service. Plnktif shears Court. Magnolia TO: MARnfRRITB KIMMkt: IdOl will b* paInted by ......'Ic...
PAY RENT! work guaranteed licensed and T244. I l.a Franc* In roil .nanv>l,
Phone AM ... .
reasonable ete. tbarpened. Intrrnauonal lK ltl' nc unknown
yard. pump down bonded. 2673411.INCOMETAX. 1954 CHEVROLET, Rood transportation HM in he morSel "Hid Site St".
payment, assume mortgage. 2878599. $100.\ 267.0209. Scout NOTICK I* IICRBHY GIVEN tlonVtfon" on, ,oulclda of Envfl.
that s Petition for lb. chifif ot .

TRAILER telephone or RETURNSby appointment. DRESSMAKING, ORIGINAL sty!. 19rt2* FORD.: Falcon t truck, Sl.MX. Salea 1003V.- ,I.YNN uNtI.Iy K ot UIIt Ih.: 11:1.ml.or: isa. dud b..U DUI'INA fll..d op.'fh* Hoard r*..rvea. Ih.. right 't.
reject and all bMaJOK
3 BEDROOM f. 1 bath house on 4 Licensed trained, experienced. ing. expertly fitted. alterationsfor 267.6819. .._.I".t you In Ih. .bov..t"l.d any H. WlrKHAM
lots New Smyrna Beach GA 8- R. W. Copeland. 2670274.INCOME men and women's garments. Nivr tourt by Kobtrl K. KIMVIEU lrtIllunrr (tHAIHMAV
8059. tm> OWNERSWe -' .---- Lillian Hudson 267-3138. 1955 FORD station wagon, 6 cjlinder .ml IMnlntlfC In In. .bov.. IIOAHI OK COl'NTYOMMUHIOVERt
stick abut/ condition plylril i'atl.e. anil you so. hfribvi.ilpil (' .
:; TAX and! OOcJIoket'pingsenlcf' ; good ( f
FOR QUICK sale by owner $495 'K7.HfiM. 63 CHEVY.; : : < ...1! dlrtetxl to III your BRKVAKI': TOl'.NTT.:
Resident 26T-3518 SEWING MACHINE 11,000 milts, nnprmaai" iwwr' or ether pltaU- riOKlUAJan .

lovely down 3 and bedroom assume, 2 bedroom mortgage, 2, have beautiful full acre mo I Office Associates.- 267-3751 H Burgess fc Repairs RENAULT. 4 door. clean Rood:: acccsiories :ally Inrfii: IH In> I.Mlit yatteOnc IXItlon: y. In, either IS. Offto Urmia* ofth 14. 31, (Frl: ) I1M4.MTI > .. _

bath home. Florida Shores bile home lots, sits ICO x 440, running condition no rust, 30-32 Exceptionally .< Clerk of lb: H lv.-. yo':<1 DOsalJto. O.'urt ( K: Tit tPPI.: tH

Edgewater. Florida, Phone 428- (for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH PAINTING Singer Necchl mpg $250 'all. 2S7-2095:! $2h50. ai. by Uowliy irvlf, "',n UUon'.ss.wor.r *nil VI..,.. TO: MAHCIA hula Newport MiCLI'KH AvIkal ....HhlNTZE. :

6031. White Morse tlfr.florn.y., who., .,,1<1'.,. IiI ,
--- Move In now Trailer Livingat DECORATINGand 53 JEEP station wagon, new tires, '. (1 Mo. M>*. >..(.IIIU llt.rl. Br.'ar.1 .- TOLl 44,054,15 ARR llERS.RY. Ma5ylaud NOTIFIED!:
4 BEDROOM f home and acreage, Its best.CHRISTMAS. Any" Make Guaranteed Service 'clean body. runs! good 2ti1.6246., > County. Klorl.U. on ,,r befortIhf I a aull haa been filed agalnai

partially cleared with canal. 1 PHONE 26t.3139 $225. ,__ ,_,, USED 2 x 4'9 othrrvUix loth i Mid!ty fnlliloB ot Vibrancy will 54, taken 1H, yam In tka Circuit fourt *f (b*

mile west of New Smyrna Beachon PAPERHANGINGC 1963 FORD TRl'CK. $tOO and<1 takeover "' ".0.',,_,& by yos so4. said ...._ Ninth Judlulal County CIrcuit Florida la and eailthKICHARU torKrovanl "-.!
Highway 4-1. New PARK USED .h.1I p'1 t" fta' Srirle5.
Smyrna reliable and UI'HTAV HKISTZK.1UloUU
1 H Frizzell POINTING, expert payment 2(57( -03031B7 : Parts. AM Thin Jan T lIMIt .StoClL'ItafIIKINTlt :
GA 88059. MAKCIA
Beach I v*
1120 Johnson St. 267-3747 satisfying work. Estimates clad- 4 door Helalre Chevrolet I(",iw I Hrnl I) ':. l>fi>ndal., ,la, ChanceryNo. .
bath ly. AM T-0776. Stick. 1 owner 287-2C68. rurili R ll TITUSVILLE, 3 bedroom 1 [
11 Miles West of Indian River OLD Clerk 'It CIrcuit Court ,
I. lo obtnln a ..
modern kitchen selective neighborhood City on Rt. 50. Christmas FlorIda '57 CHRYSLER, IMPERIAL. $oco IIYllllTllK Stall r.llar.
$750 down take over I'' FREE LP bottled< cat Installation. BUYING AND ivpuiy, circuit Cmirt' Cltrk YtHt ARC IIERF.nr REQVIRtD
Phone Orlando 275-1939 .with terms $lifO rath. 3167 Old Jin Hi. It. 14 11 ,irrl, > |1 mortgage. 267-1874. 209 N. U. S. No.1. Tltuavillc. Dixie / I IMO asnirei to fill your written d "n "* with
lligliw.i. 2f 7'.oon'pI
qu6cczLlhIChevrolet; Clerk of laid I Court and
Ik airy* a
Suburban Gas Service. ,
Propane at all times. tllfc: I ISO I II COLUt U1 1UE: *
MUST SELL low down payment, 3 Metals PONTIVC( MMII H I'" I \t. ( IKIIir Of copy thereof upon Plalailff rt
ScraD Iron & 2676411. Safari
excellent stock of f cola
wagon loraeyt on or bttori February In
bedroom 2 bath Phone 2673529. condition terms! 267.1403 prices. You :: !: : >MIINIIM.\ 'u"'JT\"M.. tilts UN Iltl :- tuM *>r 5 Drcro Pro Confrno wJlihe 1
-- --- --- you.
I ways when ) C II \M KIM Ml. tlllMMIlfc
crete work masonry roofing, 1053 CADILLAC geniI condition : my hand and offldlalMeal
Philip and lit kill IUM UllUKIk; .
custom built, S oedrooms, 2 KING IRON & METALS remodeling. 'all I) conditioned II K: .. Clerk of lh Circuit CourtIn
carpentry and power air ( $500. 1023 III I.V ISOEI'll: : and lor Hrcvard County, Florida,
formal .
bath family room,
Phone AM T-2326. 267-3073, ruiniur, Ikl 4k *. of January, I Holly Hill! > y
ing dining 2 fireplaces deluxe I Iron Steel Metals i .- ---- ---- n. HICAL)
Buying -
kitchen. Call 267-7667 or see at Used Cars & TrucksFORD 1H53! RAMBLER, good) engine anti CL3Z794 t1l.JlttED L UKECE.! !': Curtis K. Barn*

672 Poinsettia Ave. Cocoa Florida I body, two now lire, all new I Ignition Tvftmlanl. Clerk of the (Ircult ('aart.14l,
TOltInREn: : t. RPF.'t: Rush ami For Ilrevard ,
,is"Cb: ti I \ anti<1 battery nee' I In garage I. has :Jli7 Terr. lUul.. Inili "l.rld*.. '.
MIMS\! 3 bedroom, 1 bath large 4 Miles South On U.S. No. 1 TRACTOR. new clutch, new at 1311 Indian River Ave. I"n. lly: rlnrtl 1111.ivputy .
corner lot, 9900. Phone 267.0448 brakes new rear axle $795 267 Titusville Price $165. You are hrrrhy notIfIed tktt a Cheek
G ta'nt dVI art ij y 4483 CnmplKlnl for, Divorce h.. been HAM r.' Ul'KKbLL! A EONS
2 BEDROOM house dining room Services -- -- YOUNG fit.,, .(.ulnni. you' .,not l you are rfqulrtil II P. O. ICes. 1148livlaado
: a urvi a copy ot Awrr ,- FlnildaAlt.rnoy. .
and garage. Downtown Washington : ,,1 t ."'f i eflt ; to rent : I'tomllng I la, th. CnmplaKIon your I fur Plaintiff

Avenue. Suitable for small SPECIALIZES painting trail TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS! on per ma Ih. BlMlnlirr' niinnifiy. A' ..7.lii"i45MANI'4 Jan, 'K 5'. 24. 81 4 tlrl.) 1M4NOTicr .
I'refer : JK F n. BOX T3H,
business and home combination. ers where they sit. free estimates 63 CHEVROLET Reply ta( M ':It R ITT .AMKI.OIUDA mil
Frontage on 2 paved streets. Call 2674611. After S p.m. "Impala" 9 passeng. $$2795 u ___ __._ i -+ file lbS nrlflnal. Aniwrr or l'lnd'n.' I
Financing available. 2672311. er Station Wagon 56 PONTIAC 4 door. I :U OLDS 2 door II. T. In the orriii, ot 'the Clerk of Ih. Con 1551)4.
267 7011. Work .
_. $$445 Circuit C'mirl I an or hrfnr. the lotS. Mi>alil bldi will b receIved byIh ,
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-- V8 Powerglide Powersteer- AT. RH, P.S. PB. IA. T..R & II 1 S. $$395 lay or Krhnnry. I1M4 If you fall Hoard of County rommlMlonm.ilrevard .
BY OWNER, low down payment ALL GENERAL Reoaln. used and leg, Radio and Heater I P. B. Extra clean In ln .o. Juilimenl, by .ilrfault. will County, Florida up until
3 bedroom 2 bath central heat new auto parts, welding and! P D., factory air conditioned Priced to no: al FREE! ONE li. taken ....In.. you fur the rell.fitcmanclxil *'4A a'tlocH A M., on Ih* llh day of
and air, shallow well payments Herndon's Garage 63 CHEVROLET extra clean. office work I ISo < nmplalnt.IM February A D, IWU. the CoitfmlMlnavri
repair. onI : ; i I I"J :
monthly. 287-8786. $$3995 --- >NK, OHIlKllkll) : It TltUfrtirlllo I Honm, Court .*, Tllu.vlll
$80 Scottsmoor, Florida Carl Taylor" Corvette' 58 LDS2!door; I 61 FIAT 1100 4 door BASS GUITAR k-loiliU.. thin I IHk ill? nl Jinuury *. Florida. for. '".'
manager. 267-2683. "Stingray"! lLT.$395$ A real aver $5395 3 4 1'14.lOI'IIT' The conilrurtlon of one ((1) bulM'Ing .
LAKEFRONT LAKE Harney, St. money or
11 T.. A.T., I ( : HRAL) an by M t....(. 10 fel high lo b*
Johns River excellent location 82 CHEVROLET 1 !good. . . at only enced, new ( t'UHTI II. PAIINRH (Cl.rk conitruct.il, of concrete block with
nearly new house, fireplace bar. "Bel Air" 2 Door Sedan $ 1695 7135 after II OriMilt, Court, liri.v.nl County, eoacret reinforced floor alaS, rt .I l
beque partly furnished. $13,500. 6 cylinder Radio WE FINANCE YOU! florid' *. bar )Jol'I" gypium root dock and
FOR Hy Mi-rile. flaIlleptlly built-up roofing Four 14) wall 1w-
Geneva 3493191. This StandsFor Air Conditioning/ Clerk oeptlcl.a 2 light flitur.a. In I""'"''
Repair /./ A. J. ""...n'lnn.' Jr. Ins; building lo have two girag
GARDENDALE, 3 bedroom 2 61 FORD "Galaxie" 2 f 4 Tflr B'' & K MOTORS or Attorney fur' I'lulnllff type d.,..,. anil one 2.I by <.I door;
bath, central heat and air. Small door Sport Coupe \'8 J IJ7J J..n. Ill. 17. 84. 31 (iVrl.) 1104. building to bay two ventllalara in
equity $113.75 monthly. 2676477. QualityThis Fordomatic TransY at 810( roof; Building to b* compl.firlj
---- painted while with a vinyl ty..*
mission Power Steering, Radio 1012 S. HOPKINS Til! 267-36.04! Call or : coating Building to b* completely
3 BEDROOM, 1V4 bath $90 month. and heater ..nTU': Kilt III DM.Hcaliicl fir* proof
I ly. Call Wessner Realty 267. 220 71 St.. bill. will b* rmrlvi-il! hy Hulldlng I la b. located la Northnravird
lbs. lloaril, of County (.'ummlMlonm, County aa designated '
1125. llrovanl t County, Hnrl.U.. i up until Mr. Faulk. Comml..lon.r;' I .) JtJ'N'tl.l
11:45: o'oloi-k AM, tthruary itS .
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath carporte ona Ili4. In lbs CiunmlinliiniTi, Itoom, and ftpeclftcatlona may "o.
large lot. 267-0316. Court HOUM, In Ttluavllle, riorliU. .
SPARKLING ***n at the Health Department Of
tor I......
PORT ST. JOHN lot for sale. $525 U'r4D FLAt"I <>.. III) Aulomohll. for niilrlrl Bidder mud agree to deduct any
down, take over $10 payments = No. 4, la b. Sit' H l>.. American and all work done by the Counlp'tttany
In the con.tructlon of
My price $600 under kcal mar CLEAN \ V THADR': IN IM2 Model! TOO( Cor- bullIInt.StIlt.r. tMev
ket price. Write Box 1403) Titus. v.l, Station Wiinn to pre.ent W Pld Bond
ville. Th llcmnl eeneree lh. rich to with, propo.. :
63 PONTIAC r.J.ct any ant all blili. The. RoarS ,..,.rv.. the right 'In-
HOMES: Forest Hills 4 bed of Tempest $$2595 1963 All blili to h. narkxl "Ilia fntAutomobile relecl any and all' blda, aol hyepormianton
NEW Is the official Seal "Lemans" convert. PONTIAC $$2695 1962 RAMBLER $ Dial, Mo. 4'January to re-advertlae.I It
room and 3 bedrooms. Completely of ible V8 Automatic 31: W1" All bIle to b* marked. "Bid fopMul""n.
aircon 4
Dr.-.AlrCond. 2 Dr. Local .
ROUTE 46. Enjoy country livingin Home Builders Only members Radio and Heater I \ I'omlhl..lonn.R County. 1. oJo'i.n.: II.WICKttAaf.tS* ;.-_
revue.ii. Colmey, )Florid "
of the National Association CHAIRMAN: i MIIOAHI
this lovely 2 bedroom home 61 CHEVROLET 'Bis Jan. >4. 11 ,tPrlt IMI4.l ; ) or: COUNTY
with carpeted living and dining and local associations cayne' 2 door sedan $1395 I 1962 FALCON $$1495 1962 OLDS $ ('(aM MIIFHION'II:RII.1111.VAltO .

room large Florida room fur I are allowed to displaythis Powerglide Transmia .. : COUNTT,
l i's Tilt I IHII IT ('OI"RT I TIIHirn FIXJHIDA.Jan. .
nished kitchen, utility room seal: skin, heater 2 Dr Air Cond. F-85 Deluxe JIIHIMI. iiMiiir lv 24. 31 I Frl.) 1M4.ii .
work shop and a large 150 x 200 4'f, fll' I.N :
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beautifully landscaped lot facing 60 FORD "Fairlane" -- --- 5,55l'. srre. iii i n.(>HIIIN (.\ 1'1 Tin: CIMTI ir < oi InC Route 46. The back yard is Alexander Construction \'8, 4 door sedan $$895 l llbvcui.ov' '0. iiiia JlOKItl. (' ::

fenced. Priced at 13500.00 with Company Fordomatic 1962 DODGE $$1495 1962 FORD TIIK BANK: a MANIIATTAN New York sorpnr.tlnn.Ph.RAVINGS. I .559 rl.IIIIIII'OK .\ \'N't' .

$2600 down. Shown by appoint. .hull?, I (1\ ""KHV: ::0.0. J7.V17SIITITK

ment. Geo. M Barley Jr., Inc.287-, Broyhill Development 61 Sedan FALCON, Automatic 4 Door! $$1095 1 2 Dr. Extra Nice Onto, Has .ROM... A. niiirriN srI PATRICIA >> GABRIEL: Til I JII'IIOMART"A ,: ;
Wash. Ave. Phone .
342 So. --------- .
Transmission. Radio -- ANN UKI UN' bIn WI? t al, ruuurcCIIARLEfl
3622. Childre Homes Inc. Dofnndanta, V..
Heater :M>TITK:: or KI ir W OADRI!!:'".
I BEDROOM 2 bath. new, low Cowart & Carter, Inc. 1961 FALCON $$995 1962 FIAT $ 8TATB or KI.OKIUA TOlwayn Dslcnditu3
Nicest section in H. llawklna anil J...... TO CHARLES W. !
down : OABKtKu
payment. FALCON 2 door II. llawklai his wire, Hnaa .
61 all ,
Hills. 267-3564 Cozart Const. Company whoaa I 5s.t know .*.hl.o.,. .lalloula >
Titusville. Forest sedan heater 4 Dr. Talk About Economy 2 Dr. 600" A. (hellO. and "'.Irlull, Ann aW .

J Fisher Construction Co. --- Itrlffln, hIs wlf., Went Cox.arkl., New York...
INCOME PROPERTY Kuoh: and, amorally whoa. r*<
door '
RESTAURANT AND bar, Edgewat- Futch Construction Co. sedan automatic Radio $$895 1961 FORD $$1695 1961 $ anil." aprrtlv all p1db.,rwald.ni1 uni.r clalmln. I Is unknown Inl..,.the.,** that been a fll.Complaint.l fallal you for by Dlvoraa the Flats.b...
transmission hI' Ibroulb or .551,1.1
er, GA 82754. .. tiff In III* abov -alyl d Court ant
.. John Beach heater a.U Dwayn K. llawklna anil J tn-
Gax. H. T. Next to New! 4 Dr. Fact alto. H llawklni. hli wits. anil Una you Art of harcby requIred and to ivirvwiVcopy
aniwor plaadlnij
LOTS FOR SALE Louis & Brown, Inc. 62 CORVAIR 2 door, __ A. GrIffin .n'& t'alrlola Ann. Urlffln, upon tour aftarnaya, ,
radio and $$1395 hi* .It., and all p.rtlna Saving. or ( LJi.: rrr& nrilft.* MARION,
Northwood Builders Inc. claiming la hav any rlfht till orlntcr.nl P. O. Ho. looi. Eau: Oallla. norlda.urt. .
1 ACRE lots, Spruce Hills. $2750 hen tor. 1961 RAMBLER $$1095 1961 TEMPEST $ In th. real pr. prrty with and III. the ollln.1 annw.r 'opp15.41cc
lots located on liCllll.lt -.
cash. 11 building Penziner Bros. Vt Improvement Incraon berolll < In' 5k. otftce at the 'leekat
paved streets $23110( each. Call I 58 FORD Ranch Wagon the lrruit TlluMa .. : .. hOar.
Wessner Realty 2677125.W. Robert Evans V8, 4 door, Ford. $$595 4 Dr. A Classic i 4 Dr Auto YOU, AND KACH or TOt h.r.by en or bofor the 24 day of r1il.ruary .
.I omatic Transmission -, 4. take untie that a .ull bee been IM If you fall to d. aor a>
Ronald Moretto tiled ...In.t you In Ih* above alylcd Oxcra. fro Conf.aao will .b. Uk
I Radio and \Heater Court. 'Ch* natur of the nil I I. tofomliiao ...1..., you for the relict d.man Tiffany Builders, Inc. 1961 T-BIRD I $$2395 1960 BORGW $ that curtain I morlfa*. 1w- In lha Complaint.'
60 PONTIAC "Bonne- vord.il I Jim* J. Isis, In Ufflclal. Kmoril Thla notIce ihall .b. publlih
Justice Homes, Inc. ville", 4 Door Hardtop $$1595 Hook SW.'l). pa|* BM Publlu H"0.rd onct a week for four ill eofleAluttyq
of linrvar1 ,C'ouaty... Florida' Ute ..villa ...Ad"
Hydramatic Transmission. Convertible<< Loaded! Sport Real 1'jw..k-i' *
L. GOODEN James Trimble .. !. -I :nu ir l)8 rlnt lbs hfrlna/t: f d4asrlbPr .""tof.tl1-. ''. florIda. ;
Air Conditioning t
I William Everman r'M pnaeri.:Th* $nuai .f lbS : : anGERED I" ("ltat.
Ph. AM 7-22U Powersteering Power Brakes (oilrl In which M. nulL I. poodle bore, In Tituevhlle. "Iorlo'' this.j\):;\
Wingate Homes Radio and Heater 1960 FORD 1960 PONTIAC I I. the Circuit Court of Inn Ninth thy ef I anuar 5, 1444.
$$1095 $
Ill:. $- : [IIi:u ] _COMfORI, : 62 CHEVROLET County Judicial of Circuit llr.vard In,mat and rf for riorlcla the, ,. Clerk CURTIS of Pt the. BARNES Circuit Court .
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-------- $$2395 : In Cbanc.ry No. 27586, and Ik* ablir.vlat.il Sly Ucrtl Hall .
Impala Super Sport. : Convertible Ready to Go! l Convertible till. uf I ho cat* I I. Th* Deputy Clerk ..
Bucket Seats Powerglull' -- Manhattan. Hovlnf, Rank a N... (Court ...al) g''
V8 Radio and Heater_ I York corporatIon, I'lalntlff ".. Hoa KRLLET.: BTROt'D A MAIUO$. .
OPENINGS IN FLORIDA'SBIGGEST A. Urlffln anil I'atrlc-la Ann Orlftln, Altor*y* for I'lalntlff.
59 SIMCA FALCON $$795 1959 FORD $ tIe wife *t al, Drf'ndanU.Th K O. 80x 11101. .'
$$495 diacrlplloa: \ :tl the real property Can (tialll I Florid
Four Door 11960 .
BUSINESS involved
la iult and ili I >arrlb.cl : :
Jan. 34. 81. rib. T. H (Fell 19M./V"
Sedan Dr. Extra Good! 4 Dr -- Auto' In the complaint I. .. lol- '
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REAL ESTATEYou matic \'POlara$1195$ 1959 PONTIAC $$895 1959 $ I tordcd timnivmioN, In to Fiat plat UNIT Hook throf no.1).at i,pat at.oorllng r..- CIIAROK.AND APPLICATION All pron a,hereby FOR MW nVllfud *

Power Steering Power Brakes a,. Punllit H.corda of UravaM, that the undr<'lfnd a"* Beulor <

Radio and Hfatfr 2 Dr Ituns Good! Impala Hard County, Florida.YOU of. the hai. K onipld'tU of Ila hi*M.admlnfi FtolrtrdurMcl *'
__ AND EACH!: or YOU arr.qulr.rt .
trailon sad Bled hi final rpn aid
take advantageof 58 EDSEL 2 door V8 to tile your an.wvr la I h.Cumpl.lnl for I. th.
quickly'train now to .ppllc.lloo dh.lIar.
can with the Clerk of the

one of the many opportunities open for Automatic ama, Radio Transmls-Heater $$295 1953 PONTIAC $$395 1957 DODGE $ above. .:.rAH'.FOt lylil Court Ptalnilffa and I mrv Allorn.y a copy County. JudtV riorlda Court al the of BrvrdCoualy CouatyCourthou

I I AYERS, wkM. addr. : ** at Tttuivlll VI.rlda0'Objeethose

real estate salesmen. Many More To Choose! From t 4 Dr, Close To New! 2 Dr. Well Worth Clalll... la, Florida Ho.l Office, not Ut.r ilo. hue In. ], Eau:Ik* duly fU.d th wlln.r.to.Mid If ..Y.court.kuld AH be*-

24 day of February A.D. IM4.! a. du* publIcatIoN of tkl. nolle*, akt iappllcallon
invited to attend a session of the i r.qulr.d by law, .1!,. a 'Je.r.* Pro \ will com on lor flush i
You are Conf.aio will b. catered ...1... arlni bet nr.ua Id Court. Dated (
Gus FaulkChevrolet this January twentIeth 5144. JOHN:
von and each of
Real Estate exam course as a you !
Harvey IN WITNKMH': WIIERKOr' : I ho,. D SHEPARD a Bnwiutor. of (114
hereunto Eirtal. of Id* M. n M. dcad, I Idilr
the whole net my bind anil atOnes
and hear story. .. .
guest the official' ...1 of call Court al lit Harrlaon Street Coo, '
Tltuavlll, Br.Tard Counl)'. Florida. norlda .. J
TRADE-IN DIVISION thl 22nd dar of January A O. 1M4.! I J.". "4. II. r.b. T. 14 TUESDAY 7 P.M.Howell's CtfRTU H. BARNES
Clerk ot the Clruull Court If have real estate :
730 SOUTH WASHINGTON AVE.AM Hr.vard County, Florid you ;
BY: /.' B.rtl Hallfl'puty
Business College Clerk to sell, or If you ar {
7-2857 Stewart L. Ayere looking for choice real l :
Avenue (U. S. 1)) r Plaintiff
S. Washington
1528 Phone 267-1161 for information USED CAR DEPT. "THE TRADINGEST DEALER IN CENTRAL I Pont Ka Oalll)lrtr, Florida Plow Kl} I estate, use our class* i if

1026 S. HOPKINS AVE.: Jan. 24. 81. ".b. 7, 14 (Frl.) 1M4. f fled columns _: *






Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville .

F H A LOW DOWN Only] 3 lilies West of U.S. No. 1 On Garden St. COWART & CARTER, INC. ,


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8-8 Tlutvtlle) (PlorUt) Star A 'nit ML rimi'IT. iii: AND rom according to map or plat thereof by the Petitioner BERTHA PHIK8- e/o Mri. Mildred .Blalerbecat
HRKYARI'III: NT*. rATC: Or recorded la Plat Book 14, Page SCORN, and you ere required to 4410 Green BVInn Avenue
tl.oKIUI" 'II'lttK\. *4, Public Record ot Brlvard serve a copy ot your Answer or West Mifflin Pennsylvania
MISTER BREGER NO, tunTIIK County, Florida, Objecllona to show cause why aid YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I BKAMFNH! BANK FOR AV- DON I! AND ORDERED tl Tltui- Petition should Dot b. granted.. Oil that a petition for modlflcalloD 0'
'#W INUit IN TUB CITY OF NEW!: Cite llrevard County Stall of the attorney far Petitioner, ..:. J. the final decree of divorce la reBard *
Puzzle :;J_ YOHK, a Now York corporation. liorlda, this 30 day of December, OiEBACH. .10 Cut Colonial Drive to the custody ot the minor
Crossword Plaintiff 1''!J. Suite "B-, Orlando Florida, and file children of the parties hat been
Ca (Court Heal the original' In the office of the filed a..Inat you In the Circuit
RITA II KRAU8K al. CURTIS R. BARNES Clerk of Circuit Court on or .before Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit,
?b JUSTMEry7gr Defendant Clerk of the circuit Court February II 1M4. In and for llrevard County Florida.
BY Simile Hall DC. HEREIN FAIL NOT or a Decree: You are hereby required to serve a
NOTICE: ir HI IT Pro Cenfeaio b. entered ot answer other
ACT.OSS 2 Drel8c! 20 Tuber ROESS. WIGHT BURFORD will afulnit copy your or writtendefenses
a M
TUB STATE OF FLORIDA you. to the petition filed herein
1. Measure 3. Renppear. plant: a e.. u a TO: Rita tl Krauae, American P. O. Box National 1108K Bank Bltlc, WITNESS my hand and the leal upon Justice .McCarejr A Travera,
of land log R.Am. + whose residence Ii unknown lit of laid Court In Tltuivllle. BrevardCounty. Attorney for Defendant P, O. Box
II. Charts 4. ExpUl'1re 21. Mane r N Notice Ii hereby given that lint Altorneyi Petersburg for Plaintiff 33 Florid Florida, this 16 day of January 542 Cocoa Beach, Florida, and to
ry A,D., 1M4,, file the original thereof In t the .
nick.Emperor has been filed In the above indicated
9. King or 8. Mother: Court. against you, sod agalnat .Jan.. ID, IT, 24. al. Feb T. (Frl.) 1964 (COURT SAL) ot the Clerk of the Circuit
aftect name I w t Curtis R. Darnel Court ot Brevard County, Florida
Ralph Choulnard and Iris Cheuisard IN iUl ,
10. Mountain 4. OInatel1&! 22.Awned: / nil wife, the till*) of which cap JlllH'IT Ml. ( IKdir KT OK TIIB.MNTII IN Aa Clerk ot the said Circuit nn or before the 10th day of i'eb-
'u An. 1N! 4.
nymph Uoa BOL ay ov't k la a* above) anown. .1\D> IIIH HKr.ttHO tOl.STV, Court. Diary >
12. Mullah : .Strange :It.TIU.01 A R 5 11 You are hereby required to file FL/1511111 lly: Bertli Deputy Mall Clerk HEREIN: FAIL NOT or a Decree

mp a. Scxwls. respect& f s vrF your answer or written defenses" Itany IN I II % >< KK\ !\l. tools dun IT. :31.! SI Feb 1, (>'rU I**. i Pro Confrno will be entered against
llTwtrtcryrtal Irg 2S Halt Ll In the above proceeding with PETITION: OKBEUTIIA PKIE8KORN. you fur the relief prayed for In laid
1'.lte..4.,'. Auwr the clerk of this Court and to serve ) KOK TUB ADOPTION) OK "
1.Ma1. ems a copy: thereof upon the plaintiff. I.AL'JlA LEE': ': DK.NKKV.:: a minor 1'1 TIIIIJ ('I"CI1I" OI'ftT or TIlE "nONK ANI OHDKHED at Tltua.vlllej .
14. Oarfon LLMP :T.VaryinC attorneywhose. name and addrem TO: WKLVIN: DKNKEN: : IIoIJIITil oIHII'I.\I. t'IKtI'ar, IN ., "Florida this. Dth day ot January .
aJtJ by n. 5.vtr1+ welgat: 11.ClI'fuAIM appears Stereos on or before the f U.a.t Known Residence) ,1hl PlIt. IIIU"HU t'ollTY, A. D. 1W4.
rvrxru r.'fW bd1& S3.Ariereoou 8. 4lh day of February, 1Hi'! the nature Ptapel Avenue, .'M.ORII COURT BEAD)
Detroit : >O. t1.lll
31.Turf of this proceeding: bring a lull Michigan (UiSlKNY CURTIS K. BARNES'
11. StaatkMMaa U.1orf' recepUobl MITICK: OK l'... MTIOV plot !MITICr, OK HI IT
loetaaILHstxwtc IEEvca 33.Dwefs 39Larg to foreclose the Urn of a mortgageon ,VIM 4U'TI0" DOROTHY L.. PHYLLIS Clerk of the Circuit Court for
the following described propertyallude Brevard County FloridaBy
U. TOt ARE HEREBY NOTIFIKDthat : I'talnllft.
lACU.pw1 Away worn
In Hrivard. County, Florida, Ucrtle H.IIDeputy
a Petition has been. filed In Vt.
CUI 3:5.: lUnp4 4t.Dl8tlgureUIroq
a run.sal et to wit: I Clerk
the above
styled court by BERTHA HOWARD L. PHYLLIS
rl&tn plea u.WAllI I Lot 28, Block D. Weitwood VIIIs PIUEHKORN for the adoption of Defendant. Jan. 10. 17 :24, 31 Ftl.) 1WJ4.
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21 rtlfe Laud, t rw I MSTBE PLAY WITH THE KIPS VOU'RE v li liBOWLT
26./ Worries ?
2S.With ml/ ut a I. al K,.. I.I'Gs.If' awa.Iq La, IreA W-W nM. "rrvd I YOUR BOWLING HAS BECOME r TIME WITH CHIP
29. Being\ lotare THAN! YOUR HOME; ,
| .ra
and sometimes it doesn't. i
31. Blunder* t/ .1 .

32.A slow I
u iO u a- a is
walk :: loin, law, religion and business. She will be engaged in Februaryand h
pat L tl fefc A We have never served liquor in already she's talking about I 1 sr 1 4 'b

38. Enlarge our home and our parties are fab coming down the spiral staircasein 1j gee
40. Blue u 54 rr j
ulously successful. the Smith home. l'J
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43. Weather.cocks
u. U"r / Why? Because what makes a We are not paupers, Ann. Our : 31 ?

4.. Deadly really great evening is stimulating horre is lovely, and we can af 0C

45. Spirit U. 15 :: Mo Abletups .. conversation, good food and ford to have a beautiful wedding. I II I

warm friendship. When these We paid for the first wedding and
4e M 44 4a
48. Become three ingredients are present no we plan to pay for the second WHY PONT VOL) SIGN / I KNOW...AAV SON
4T. Observe. 44 U one misses alcohol. Only when one as well\ We just don't want to 5S THOSE FORMS WHILEYOU'RE Ii I I\ 19 HH ALWAYS PEN TOO/TAK1IN3
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DOWN 41 "I the hostess has failed must she be asked to go to someone else'shouse i njl"

1.French r "I again. Are we wrong?- Ni I Wt tLD) BUT I
turn to the liquor cabinet for !

help. FIRM BELIEVER NU I. Dear Mom and Dad: Your dau PEN,,, 1 l1

RERTWO ghter should respect your wish. 1i

Dear Firm : Welcome to my es even if you lived in a pup-

corner, friend. I've never bougntthe tent. 1J J .e

idea that liquor is a must at a
ANN LANDERS It's too bad you let Number I
a party I've seen too many evenings -
' One get away with it. Now I hope 1 1BANIG
ruined because nice people -
you have better luck with/ Num si-- j ltl 1-1 I
got drunk and became un

Shame On You ruly maudlin, belligerent&;: foolish ber Two. _

sloppy amorous, lick, insulting
Ann Landers will be glad to
and Just plain itupificd.
helD with problems.Send .
It's bad enough when this hap. you your
them to her In of this m1aDR.IVEIN
Dear Ann Landers: I did not write to me their mothers did. pens to ordinary folks but whenit enclosing a stamped .
care for your smart aleck remarks Thanks to all of you. happens to brilliant, lovely addressed envelope. I'D' LIKE TO MAKE BANK RIGHTAWAY!

: about boys who are named '. people, it is truly pathetic. A WITHDRAWAL.

Shirley. A dear friend of mine Dear Ann Landers: May I be r r

had a ion named Shirley/ I ad Dear Ann Landers When our
you for Just a moment and re
mired the boy a great t deal. Ilewas eldest daughter became engagedshe 'New Special t
to "Firm Bclievw" the she wantedto 1
the type of young man every spond informed us that I I

mother wants her son to be. So, couple who has never served be married in the home of her AUTO POLICY ttl ( tt tI

when the Lcrd blessed us with a liquor in their/ home because it is fiance's parents. My husband andI II }

boy I named: him Shirley That against their religious teachings? wanted Marge to be married in .":5,1","' .I.UIilllty. .'1,11010 :.MedlillII I
,mm Heath ./11.01' nlniured
was 40 years ago. They feared since they were her own home,' but we were un Motorl.t. \ J.

Our son Shirley never had to moving to a new city and wouldbe able to persuade her to changeher SIlK A( ( IDKYT IKKK: UHIVKKM!: < .
lit I <|o"rlrrly In III tlunrtrrly leDtusvllle '
fight Ma way through school or traveling with a faster set this mind. When she said, "Their Area. from Cape 'z

anywhere else. In [fact I can't recall practice .might hurt them. In bus home is nicer than ours and I (Me I"mb"rol..p Fr..) Ctf1U I

that he was ever In a fight. iness. want as beautiful a setting as I .
information and have been have we had nothing more KEEL INS. AGENCY. INC. m t AAnti QUICK! v PONT WORRY; OPEN Yt7UR
For your Ann My husband I can I 1
Landers, there were very few married over 20 :years. We hate to say lul Mmnolla /,...Da.I Q XOUSH.'COUGHJ i! SOMETHINSI k I'LL HELP yOU. 1f I

girls: named Shirley until Shirley entertained nationslly-known figures Now, our second daughter is K.C. > 1117-7111 ) SOT DUDLEY A PIECE I've f

Ten-pie came along about 33 in politics, education, med- planning to do the same thing. J cJ.cc ) OP CANDY IN 4

years ago. Before that time there wy THROAT// '2: \\

wore more male Shirleys than fe '

male. I think you owe 'all male Gl C.dlt.

Shirleys an apology. PLAIN TELEVISION I GUIDE

Dear Plain: I didn't realize

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