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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
triweekly[ former 1962-]
daily (monday through friday)[ former <1965>-jan. 31, 1975]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Buy In North Brevard! \ la". d."oat: (; I Smile lorida t:'

The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents


8Hh Year No 15 5c Per Copy Titusville, Florida Monday February 3, 196-1 -14-Pages Today futile Mandl .o' Uays and -Fridays--

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I IA i I Playalinda BeachCommitment '; 1 r Plea MaderImmediate

I i Ok'd Move

commitment for public use Ralph Carter toll the Star.Advo

of f Playalmrla Beach through 19(55ha ( ute this morning that the commitment .
been received by Brevard
had been received from
For Civic
County from National Aeronautic Center
and Space Administration( Col Paul Sicbencichen chief of

County Recreation Director community realtions office of

NASA 4c'v 1 E.'i: ; Spctu'i president ot the In, i I.bers en t tie) lomniumtv inIIT bass! for the. urgent mid/ or the

It will mean that the public use v UiinMlIc,' .Giver, s S.tlurday still in till special HIlbjKt of immunity, for a Civic C nter
Planning Council of Pljyalinda Beach for recre k ty nuir'i, !' "i pit.i to numbers: of (he meeting(, Among his more convincing

ational activities will be assured. rninr asking/! (hut the or"..mlation arguments were -'the structure
The meeting was called! by
M:.'a 1"1)i priority to the piojeti oulj he until as a )
Outlines Plan Carter laid that negotiations D:n [Iu by. Chairman of Grmt' : placefur
of t' urns! a civic center all civic, business, cultural,
for this use had been going on er Prlilo< In order that: Spencer,
fit ih TlltlS\ III '
area other ,
organizations |
six months with engagedin !:
for the past rrum'icrs/ of his committee, with
Of Senator Dernard Parrish, County Tin building a bigger! and bitter
Legislation r pleavm made during n itlfctcrl II\Cmhlflt of the JuniorWomeni'
1'it IIwille. That it would
Commissioner Gus Faulk and tervaas
spec nl meeting of Tilunllle'si Club could presentfor
A legislative program for the Carter working with NASA to ob : ,,tel CHIDE 1 J nt mi executive Pride endorsement and asixl an Inducement for conventions

senn'collnty Cape Kennedy area tain the commitment I uric'icon' "it Town Restaurant at <1 11nl'e -"A el'olt1ml'nllItuIII i and county, state and guvrinmrnlul .

was outlined Friday at a meeting noon In att(nllarll'e'n' officers that a Muieeiti'd effort! be made nut'tings to be! heldIn

in Cocoa by the East Central und members of the In pi in, finance and build. a Civic our community, plus a Sear
florida Regional Planning Council Legion Post tiojrri members ot the Jim' 'r Center! for Tl'usville"Speiuir : round! cultural or civic' better
niriit ( could be scheduled
Chamber of Coinnuuc I '" d; presented in hit discussion
which would benefit the
the Junior Woman Club, andmm a detailed and extensive en-
The Council, in its progress report BurglarizedEarly lire North Hivvaid area"

pointed up the need for) ... .
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:I r 1Pf nom t 'fIl" t rPr J#I Spencer stated that the center
planning and implementation of
1,lank in the following! areas: cccnomics FridayThe <1 i!'' ; maid ho financed either by tliti

: industry, commerce, t't' .. ,1 C fff city. or by private MibNcuption.At .
water resources, air and transit American Legion Post on t the conclusion of the presentation
facilities ...... '
highways and housing L Uiwhy entertained a
U S 1 North was broken intolarly 11Io..)_ ,.-- .. ,
Those in attendance heard Hubert '4 .... .... .: question and answer period
II Doyle, executive director, Friday morning and about < "4'I 'J.y' ',' whereby i all present could participate I
emphasize the urgency of determining $10 WAS taken from the jukebox a. sew +y ', Discussion 1 evolved around -

the legislative program;: vending machines and cash : ./bet; ,, tile f muni ing, location,

desired next year register .:. ,_ 't. ... ,. ;"'" .{,', It 1 .t"t.lna, building requirement,
"This area will have need of etc
legislation' in a variety of forms) Entry was gained by removing #*' :iwr; -
We don't t know what forms the ._- I Qusby adjourned the opca!
legislation should take, but it jla: ,s Jalruiics from the restroom l_.., ,... _J -.,.._ > .WIt' < .' .tL--. Y. I inciting with the statement that

must be prepared by the next window in the rear of the KING AND QUEEN-Winter Carnival Young had received 115,700, votes to 114- Pride would nt In executive

session," he said. building The culprits broke King and Queen contest winners were 100 votes for Childre. Each vote was lR .1 e resnon Immediately following

Doyle labeled the lacK. of Inter open the juke box and cigarette announced and crowned during the Junior worth a penny Total amount raised was t the open meeting to determine'"

est local levels machine which accounted for Woman's Club Winter Carnival Saturday $2,463. Left to right. Ray Winstead of the extent"' scope, und priority ot
on some as one of
the main concerns of the council, most of the money taken night. The hotly contested race Rotary Club, Mrs. Don Simon of the Pride purtifipation in the Civic

and charged "there has not been D. L. .Kirkland, bartender, between Rotary candidate Glen Young Junior Woman's Club, King Young, Queen Center Project Member of

any full.blown planning efforts in was asleep on the premises at and Kiwanis candidate Jess Childre, end Fran Partelow and Mrs. Bill Sandusky. the Junior Women Club offeredto

some quarters We are making a the time and reported to the: investigating ed with Glen Young being crowned King. doiuto the proceeds of their
offers that the take sponsored, projects\ to Pride toassiit
collaborative effort in the organ.
ization of these communities" did net exceed $10 and that the the Civic Center program.In .

i lie highly praiseoUtho coop r_?kubjects' apparently., consumed 'Dttrn l ntl wets Dusby
alion received from top levels In some whisky Jr m"the'bar while- New Z 'ning''Bo'ard'Members Mr. N
Washington and cited the help conducting the burglary.The L. Rh'nehart!' Mra. Tom Ifenctcr

from the community facilities organization 1 Investigation is being con son, Tommy Smith, Vernon Jan.

the urban renewal ducted by Agent Larsen of the IIf'n. Pat lllumer, Ten' llursey,
group, federal housing administration Sheriff Department. To Begin Mrs. Richard Van Horn, Earl
and the housing and home Kpinur, Mr. and Mrs Jack

finance agency Itoriah Johnson's Beer Joint, Larks, Dr. Alvin Kahn, MmTrlcid

Don) E. Thompson, planning located in the colored section in Three new members of the n -11 will consider the fl1owlnlli) ; property: located at northwest Taylor, Mis Richard R.
council program chairman, in /his Mans, was also broken into between of Pritchard Street und
Titusville Planning and Zoning old business: coiner Andrews, Mr. and Mrs Ralph/
report summation commented"We the hours of 9 p,m. Thursday Doard will be initiated in the Consideration of Parking Plan! Capron Rd., rezoned to allow Powell Jr
George J. Arnold.
(the council) exist because and 9 a,in. Friday, and an tasks of recommendations to construction of duplex PINNED PIECE Beneath the truck and between the
The parking plan of the Shipwreck
political and business leaders of undetermined amount of cash wheels lies crumbled which Dob Oilxht. fob Hudson Jess
a object the trunk
of : once was
City Council in the matters Lounge, located directly Rezoning application by 11 K:
this region saw the need for sucha taken. changes and planning lid and rear fender of a vehicle involved in a car-truck Childir, R.iy Ledfurd. fend Gene
zone noun the Howard Johnson
of Hudson, that
planning body and had a des. requesting property accident north of TitUbVille S-A Photo. Roberts.
Wednesday night at City Hall. bunday -( )
ire to promote the general wel Entry was gained through the Motor: Lodge will be presentedThe on South Washington! Ave bo
fare of its inhabitants front doer and once inside, the three new members, Mrs to the zrning board for approval .
rezoned to a B 2 classification!
Also included in the report culprits broke open the juke box Clare Simrrs Dick Spangler, The lounge la scheduled to -
were brief presentations by pro and took the money! therein, according and Louis\ Vopelak, along with be opened in the former George to allow a used car operation

fessional consultants recruited by to investigating officers Chairman Ed Rice und hold Voldyke home on Riverside Dr. Under new business, zoning Mother Two Girls

the planning group in the past Investigation is being conducted over members Dick Simonct, Rezoning application by board will consider fur approval: ,

year by Agent Larsen Chick Stradley end P',ul! Cran- Walter E. Re her to have Application for house moving

permit by J. A. Youngblood for I

James Application' Kershner.for Special Use Escape Fire Deathhis

II: Ranger Hits Moon But No Pix Permit for Gene C Roberts I

I Rezoning Application by Leon
and If Caudle A mother' and) two daughters: Mr. GiIIcHpio meanwhile' saw ion, pulled the three out.
Ringer 6, the cameia.laden Exploring: the moon remains Able. 1 lunar probe,r.ockctexploded Pioneer' I Missed moon by .
Rezoning application by t airway residents of Merritt island), narrowly what had happened, pulled his Felt by gas and, a can of oil on
spacecraft which was rocketed the) United States' most elusive 77 seconds after 37,300 miles, too far away to obtain Builders escaped death here early car Just/ In front of his wife's car, the. back door, the fire just about

off Cape Kennedy at 1:46: a,m. space target. launching Aug 17, 1958 data, and orbited the sun, Rezoning application: by Lima Sunday morning when the car in jumped out and, with the aid of clc.troye
Thursday was right "on the but Since 1959, 12 US. space Pioneer I Reached altitude March 3, 1959 Rardin< which they were riding was Mime Volunteer Fire Deportment '

ton" when it came to accuracybut craft have rocketed toward the of 70,700 miles and plunged Atlas Able Blew up on Rezonln application by struck from( the rear by a heavy reached tho scene and extmgulkhcd -

failed in its big task that moon and all failed their mission back to earth, Oct. 11 1938: launching pad during ground: Claude G Marlowe trailer truck about 8 mites north Rev. Mills Resigns : It The heat was so Intense
of ndin3: back television pictures Pioneer 2 First failedto of Titutvllle.
They were to have probed stage test of engines nine days before At Scottsmoor that the window glass
of the moon. close to the moon, orbited it ignite and payload fell back Rezoning; application by John melted Out of tho frames.
The of the
impact truck burst
The craft crashed into t Oie side or landed on it to produce data. after loachinc& 963 miles, Nov. it was to launch a lunar A Singleton. the tank .spilling Baptist Church
gas overthe The three
of the moon at 1 1:2: a,m.:Sunday Here h I the list: (Dates are 8, 1958. orbiter Sept 24, 1939! (not included Ri)zoning Application by Joseph vehicle, and a fire gas raged Rev telling Mills, pastor for to Jess Parrlih women Memorial were rushed Hospital
but failed to televise single those which the 3 Rose 63,580() 1112 launching failures). W.
rocket Pioneer
a on ; was to( Campbell, representingowner through the vehicle, the First Baptist Church of by Smith Ambulance where
picture launched); ells and Ml back, Dec 6, 1958. Atlas Able lunar or biterPayload A. J, Sid low Sc&ttimoor for four they underwent' treatment for)
over years
Mrs 1 Marjorie Gille.pie, 1 1234
The 801 I pound craft performed I (' L'/1:, : torn off when piotec- Plat approval request by Dales Angel: Drive Mtrntt Island, and ha' resign'd: effective February. bock and face injuries
beautifully: up to the final 10 live nose shroud fell off pre.r..3turt.I Addition la t GdrdendjlePlat her two daughters, Cheryl and 23rd Wreckage from the car was
minutes of flight, when its six scattered along ISO feet of tli
". Nov. 26, 1959. Approval request for Co Betty, were pulled from the cameras weie supposed to begin Atlas.Able Second stage untry Estates, wreckage: by Mr. Gillespie and The Church was started by the highway. The truck stopped about

taking a series of 3,000 pictures engine failed, Sept, 23:, 1900 Also at Wedneiday'i meeting their ionAccording. former Rev. W. U Kyzer and 40 feet behind the car and imctr

fiom :)00) miles Ugh down to im Atlas-Able Rocket exploded the board will receive petition to reports, Mr and, ponsorcd by the First Baptist one set of wheels was a crumbled
Church of Tituivillc. a member door, and under another let tf
pact aft: r 63 seconds, Dec II, and requests: from the public. Mrs Gillespie were driving
of the Southern Baptist t Convene wheels a portion of the crumblt
Uut faded to 1900() 1
trey operate south on If. S. 1111 two car, iccompamcd -
t.on, After the death of Rev. truck lid. Scattered
Scientist had hoped the pictures if : in each by their ihild
Ranger 3 lunar lander Kyzer In December 1939, Rev. seats", tools, the spare tire. ctr
would give them their first Hospital Bond rem. It was about I I.m. and MrCillcxpie .
Mi1 ted miles Mills called
moon by 22,800 Will a.i pastor.
look at the moon'i surface and stopped for a moment,
help them select a site for man because of excess speed! and pulling<< into a crossover area During{ his ministry the Mis-
red:! Apollo moonship landings .rbittj sun, Jan 26, 1962 Bids Due In Mrs Cilleipie who was followIng store hiss been constituted into a Tract
;mar 1 and 2 intended
:ors were
Ijtef ibis decade. In a second car, apparently full line: Church. The building
It was the sixth itraignt fail i .r. orbit shots to check slowed down now being used as the sanctuaiyw Sold Thru HarrisA
:: ,In;: and space craft tech The heavy trailer truth was
ure in the Ranger; program, t. February 19th completed and deducted!
n:q :o for later Ranger moon ipproaching from the reir The
which 10 far has cost some $169 debt free. The unit of
landings; both failed), driver said he looked at the car fp4 320-foot highway( end river.
million figured at about $28 ,
The .
official notice of sale of Sunday School with eight rooms front tract at Indian River
million 1101 Ranker:: 4 Crash.landed ont in the crossover area, "to mako City
a the $1 8 million North Brevard wits dedicated debt free The was sold last week through Harris .
Three more launchings of i*, s back side, but failed to sure it wouldnt pull out on theroad"
County Hospital District! bond second unit with'In.' class Realty Co to Back Realty of
and then said he
identical Ranger spacecraft are i send: pictures or data because (Issue has been: lent to prospectne "juit r-x)m. sod two assembly< rooms Michiitin; The purchasers have
didn't ice" the vehicle driven
scheduled this year Ranger: 7 of c )ntrol problems, April 23 bidders un the hsue. Mrs GillcipiaThe by Is now nearing completion. also Invested In other local property .

will be ready to go within/ a 19t2. Sealed proposals will be received truck struck the rear of There have been lit additons In recent months.

month Ron/cr 5 Space Craft electrical by the board up until the vehicle the right front wheel in meftibrhip, eighteen of It Is planned to purchase the

Ranger 5, the third man-made failure caused it to miss noon February 19 for the pur- actually "rlilDt ln&" up over the these since the new church year bottom Und in front of the tract s

object to strike the moon was t y, t on h' 450 miles and to orbit chase of (lie Isiue. rear bumper Into the trunk and October 1st, 1963. from the state, and fill It in to
preceded by Ruifia's Lutnik! 2 the sun, Oct. 18, 1942. The proposals will be received almost into the back: seat ney. mil and family will be' the county's bulk.head line

ant I the U S. Ranger. Ringer' .fl, Crashed on the' ut the office of School Supt. The blow literally threw the greatly mitl4fd by their many following: this Improvement,

Ranger 6 was boosted out of moon ai planned, but failed tot Waodrow Oarden, who. has aided car off tie( road and down the teals in the Scottjjjioon area the company plans to develop the

this atmosphere by an Atlas- RAiNGCIi; Artists' concept shows Ran ?r nearing iuruiur.I U desired leUviiion pictures the hospital board in workingout << ditch where it stopped and: where they have. worked faithfully tract, plans for which are now

Arena rocket. ice. ot rl.ax Jan. 30, JIM. the details of the issue. can.lit fire. being studied. .-

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Tlfwsvll't! (Florida) Stir Advocitt Monday, February 3, 1)64

But Who Wants To Learn Four Languages At One Time?

I I EditorialsAn Language Lab At BJC Outstanding \

Enviable Position Civil Righls BillThe

A learning laboratory where
Florida captured the runner-up position in the formation .
studVntt have four
controversial Civil Rights Bill !is for debate can language PTII
of new banks in the United States for the up
this week In the House of Representatives. piped simultaneously to
1963 with 42 new banking institutions.
different stations is the
Texas with 53 banks Some amendment are likely before the House adoptsthe now
new again led the nation while
California captured the number three position with 30 bill and it goes to the Senate, where the showdownwill principal means of teaching
take languages;: at Brevard Junior
formed. place.
It is generally conceded in Washington that a fila- Colleee Y
The past year saw the formation of a record numberof
buster is expected in the Senate. Just what proportionsit
new banks throughout the U. S. a total of 285 Perhaps the most advanced
might reach depends to some extent on what amend- ,
the American Banker, the daily of the bank.
newspaper I learning laboratory in the state,
ments or modifications to the bill come out of the House.
ing industry, revealtd in its annual
survey. The present bill, as we have endeavored to point out, the electronic complex consistsof
This reflects the soundness and of
growth our economy is only 20 percent Civil Rights the remaining 80 percent 24 student stations and an instructor
nation-wide and the ;
role Florida
occupies is Federal control And, this control is unconstitu-' console! both of which
in overall economic
our picture. '
tional in that it infringes on our individual rights andy! are almost completely transit-
The soundness and expansion of our state's banking orized, G I k(
freedoms enjoyed in our every-day walk of life. < I II i ,.u a
institutions holds promise of continued growth and development It is our sincere hope that this bill, in its present

for the Sunshine State and places us ina form, will meet insurmountable opposition in both"1 Under the tutelage of Charles i

most enviable position.Planncd. Ashford and Joseph Heitzman,
Houses of Congress for, should it pass, all races would

lose individual freedoms far more precious than a few.* both language instructors at the

Recreation civil rights we would become a totally regimented", college the console provides 3
separate electronic tape heads
and a turntable to permit four AT ONE TIME Here the instructor at nunciation drills to all 24 stations of the
The announcement this week of two recreational bA'd
separate broadcasts to stations the console can provide language prolaboratory simultaneously
projects for the Titusville area was welcome news indeed
\ selected by the Instructor -
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Planned development of the Fox Lake RecreationPark The system also Incorporatesa I

to be readied by April 1, will provide 2,000 feet of "Talk back" arrangementwhich

white sand beaches plus boat launching ramps, picnic Late To Classify r permits the student to

facilities athletic courts and fields, restrooms, etc., assuring communicate with the instructor

hour upon hour of wholesome recreation for all age In the last few years a new consuming research by maw. individually

groups. and dangerous type of espionagehas farturmg these products with aNd
The student stations containa
Playalmda Beach, with swimming and beach facilities become a threat to our na cheap starvation wages they can
tional economy and security undersell us and thus weaken) unique feature whereby the
will replace the Jaycee Beach which was closed for
It is research espionage and it our economic power throughoutthe student may insert a previously !
expansion of the MILA project and provide a great \is being practiced not only by world. taped! lesson housed in a special

source of pleasure and give us a nearby beach to use and our enemies but in some cases Several valuable research plastic cartridge for unlimited ad Er.w

enjoy.These by our allies. formulas developed at great replay without the bother of .. .rr rv
two developments will fill a dire need in the As we are all aware, American cost and effort have been stolen .' r .r .. r 7 rs +
Intending the tape r ire r
area and residents of all ages 3 to 93 will enjoy firms, foundations and organizations from under our noses and carriedto Z <, .
their spend hundreds of other countries. In one case at In this manner, a student may -
v .
usage. .
millions of dollars and many least, the U. S Government con review a 'difficult" lesson as I < --

Officials and others who, in any way, had a part in years of effort in research This tracted with a foreign firm to many times as he feels needs .,.-' "" .... ,v. .. .If! at .:-
securing these projects are to be commended for their research is conducted by private supply it with a product developed "# '
efforts in this direction. (industry in an effort to providethis ) by our own research. This sary Students enrolled in the I, t -.J.J.l ,
nation and the world bet. was offered at a lower price spring l semester for daytime '
The well-rounded
recreation program assured by the \: i
ter things for better living;, since there was no research cost classes may: expect to be t
development of these areas is of untold value and will This is particularly true of as far as the foreign producer learning two languages from this WATCHES Joseph Heitzman is shown ly taped lesson is run on the console in

be a source of enjoyment for years to come. our pharmaceutical and electronic was concerned and it was produced laboratory surveying student work while a previous- the foreground.

industries whose research has with cheap labor in direct ,
developed the American know competition with American high -
Only The BeginningIt ledge and know-how that has standards ;

been a bulwark of our free enterprise Scientists and researchers employed .
is hard for the mind to conceive the planning and system The productsand by American firms have r d .i r kr-

development now underway in all areas of Brevard techniques developed) by found it profitable to steal high
County this costly, independently: financed ly secret and valuable information -
research have steadily and pass it on for a priceto '
Records are being et"an'd broken every week and the
enabled us to maintain our economic some foreign firm. "Drug
eSrJhrTous volume of these projects all but amazes' the __ .
leadership and extendedour piracyi cases involving patented .
average individual" $'they' comprise! so many different political power around the drug secrets and antibiotic cul ja ]

fields and extend every phase of Industry, business and globe. tures developed by a well-known

every day life. ** This gigantic industry of discovery laboratory are now before
both civil and criminal courts,
For example, here in Titusville, building permits has become a $10 billiongiart
pointing the critical situation
and up
entirely competitive
issued in January showed an increase of 1,000 percentover private
It has given us the faced by industrial research a # +
January, 1963. Imagine, 1,000 percent! This must products of the future and helped leadfis! tat rd >

surely be some kind of record and, may we point out, protect our high standard of The research thief who pcd s

this is only the beginning. living and our high wages. dies our industrial secrets by

While North Brevard is enjoying more growth at the From it has come the automatic securing documents and formulas .
computers, new light and fro'n employer files and sells
present than other sections of the county, the Cocoa, Eau
durable metals and plastics lifesaving tmm to competitors abroadare
Gallie and Melbourne areas too are enjoying almost unprecedented drugs end useful chemicals undermining the nation's ,

growth and development.The and the new miracles of strength just us much as the s t t, 1
next five to ten years should prove to be revitalizing electronics and chemistry thief who peddles military secrets

ones to the entire Cape KennedyBrevardCounty It is imperative that the fruitsof .
area.Titusville. American research be as Anything that weakens our rOut
carefully guarded as are the national economy and destroys
and North Brevard are truly moving forward
secrets' of cur military' activities our world market is as harmfulto
at a rapid clip as is evidenced (In any direction one While research knowledgeis our national welfare and our

chooses to look and this is only the beginning. protected by American and future as are the fruits of military GUI MADEMOISELLE Susie Townsend is sHorn

some foreign patents, other count espionage. and Congress shown hearing a lesson in French.
lies afford no, such protec would do well to( take vigorous
Murder In East Germany lion and U they can steal this steps to protect American research -
knowledge and produce the products and industry against this to fatten your dollars for market

of our costly and time. vicious and dangerous practice Be Careful I When You
The shooting down of one of our unarmed trainer Dollars you invest .with:us are "growth dollars"...

planes and the killing of three U. S. Air Force officersover fattened by excellent: earnings year after year after

East Germany, described by the Russians as "regret Behind The ScenesBy year. Because these dollars work harder:you can make

table", was nothing short of murder. major family purchases ,?such as a car, easier.

Faulty equipment, which the Air Force attributes to Reynolds Knight of) near-blizzard proportioms on Fiaure Auto Expense It's smart to,buy;witji"growth: dollars." Stop in.

the flight violation over the zone, probably figured in Retail trade experts are in a most of the East. Shopper Open a savings account with\ us, where your dollar

the i on-complianc t by the crew with the order, suppos state of puzzlement these days; traffic in New York and in such Despite the new "simplified" plovers It does not apply to fleet works harder?;.grow's'bigger.buys more.

edly given, to land the jet. These Americans didn't even since last fall, normal) patternsin cities as Washington and Boston procedure just announced for fig owners using two or more auto
this important economic area was cut sharply for two days uring automobile Income tax de mobiles simultaneously, or to employees
have a chance: have been violently upset by a although sales of) snow removal ductions for business purposes, wh.3: get a reimbursement .
Just what did happen we probably will never know. series of mostly unpredictable\ items, chains and such enjoyed most> taxpayers still will have to no matter how small the *

Whatever prompted the Communist fighter to fire on events a boost from harassed citizens. use the old, complicated method reimbursement may be. No (

the plane, certainly it was not warranted as no provocation First was the balmy fall PhOSGENE FUTURE American Automobile Association According to Finley, 89.7 per For This

was given the pilot. weather that held almost up to Oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogenare warned today cent of those employees who use O
December. Instead of buying familiar enough to( the general The new plan, announced officially their automobiles at work and Year's Higher '
This be classified
dastardly can only as outrageous
cold-weather needs such as public but there a little- by the! Internal Revenue are given a mileage allowance get v
and disgraceful, in any language, and the world heavy clothes, auto accessoriesand known Industrial gas, phosgene, Service, aftiuta only a small less than 10 cents a mile reimbursement V Ratel .
should know the true facts. We hope the USAF will, in wlntersporu equipment that also plays an Important partin number of taxpayers, said R. J The employee who Wait '

no uncertain terms, demand a full investigation at the consumers stayed away from U. S. industry. frinley, Manager of the East FlorIda gets, for example, 7 cents a mile,
site. stores and enjoyed themselves Phosgene which smells like AAA Division cannot deduct the difference _
Then came the assassination\ new-mown hay is used as an Specifically it permits a flat 10 three cents a mile as a business -

Titusville (Florida) StarAdvocateEstablished of President Kennedy and a intermediate in making a wide cents a mile expense deduction expense on his personal tax q0jflit
two-day virtual moratorium for variety of products and a for the first 13000: miles of business return. Any part of his expenses \
retail operations at a time when Chicago firm which recently use, and 7 cents a mile above the reimbursement must
1880 ORlQ4 business normally is brisk. The acquired a substantial share of thereafter, in lieu of figuring exact be figured by the old method. .

Published Mondays, 4Wednesdays next threat a predictable one the U. S. merchant phosgene operating and fixed costs The self-employed person whoIs
and was from the calendar, which capacity, believes the productis Use of the new method Is optional a member of a two-car family
"ACIM.......! reduced the number of shopping en the verge of rapid expansion with the taxpayer, and uses both automobiles in his : j! beral(
Titusville Star.Advocate, lie. 1: days between Thanksgiving and But it applies only to self.employed business but not simultaneously ; :

At The Star-Advocate Building C> C) Christmas to about three fewer The basis for the firm's optimism persons using one auto- must combine the mileage
than average. is the breadth of processes mobile or employees who use of both in figuring his deduction.
J. 83 Main Street Titusville, Fla. lot'J. But during this period a strong that require phosgenation" their cars at work but receiveno In other words, he cannot claim afting

buying' surge developed and as a necessary production step reimbursement from) their em- 10,000 miles at the 10 cent rate
Henry H. Hudson, Fret Mrs Hazel S. Hudson, Vice-Pres.
wiped out earlier losses in most and the growth potential for the on the other car. The same applies
1 Robert H Hudson Secy.-Treas. retail sectors. Figures for the resulting commodities: rigid and ons; the device's small plastic to the man who trades his And Loan Association of Titusville

: Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H Hudson, Editor four weeks Dec. Jan. 4 show flexible foams, plastics herb!I- package takes up little space in car in on a new model duringthe 'k .
David Dunn Advertising Mgr. William G. Lyerly, Circulation Mgr. department.store volume nation rides, Pharmaceuticals, solvents the refrigerator) From a year he must combine the Downtown Office Washington at Main *
ally spurted 11 per cent above and many others. Pennsylvania manufacturer comes mileage of both the old and new Indian River Branch ,- 143 N. Coquina Art. *

t Second Class Postage Paid at Titusville, Florida the equivalent year.before totals. THINGS TO COME New for a woman's portable hair dry. cars in figuring his duction 9 TO 3 DAILY ALSO 4 TO 7 FRIDAY

., Subscription Rates, The spurt sufficed to make 1963a home refrigerators is an odor. er weighing less than eight Finley emphasized that drivingto DIAL AM 7.1'" PLENTY FREE PARKING .

(i' Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr. $7.80 6 Mo $4.00.3 Mo $2.25y record year for retail business. absorbing device that soaks up pounds and having an adjustable and from work is not considered I e Current Dividend Rate -
# Mall, la Florida -1 Yr. $6.50 e Mo. $ti3.50.3 Mo. $2.00 Recently King Winter got into strong aromas generated by such hood large enough: for any a business deduction under (C) 1U4 Compounded Stmi-Annually'Ig. I

Outside Florida1 Yr. $7.50 6 Mo. $4.00 3 Mo. $2.50 the act, unleashing a snowstorm foods as onions, garlic and en el- hair style either method.


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Monday, February J, 164 Titunlllo (Florida) Sher .Advout Pale 3 ,
__ __ _'___ ___ Speak Up J JC C 1t

i ; a Saws: i.Ile
Program Is ,

Under WayThe t

j I It "Speak.I'p .J.liuoopro \
gram I h underway I the laM
Js weekly meeting! nf the Junior(
tr I Chamber!) of Commerce om oi Jtf COUPON TUES. & WED, SPECIALS
, ,
+ rwc many program put on by> the
Jaycees was underway "Speakup CotJ7'ON
Jaycccs." Two members of
'f'I c M the Titusville Toastmasters ,Club,,
: ; : Oicl Onts and:I Dan Tam In 3 PEANUT BRITTLE ((5Re
presented an ctttlmr: to hr'p'! m
aid t in this umlrrtaktiK These ,
r 39 Bax of Famous CS

4" ,
i gentlemen along with fellow
e'4 rncrnliers of their clt\ will a* SophM./ ... 28c
slst t the Jaycees In aithch par
llclpatlnfi[ In flits pfiRram Limit I with MUM Mm WM) JlCOUPON

What l 1'1' 811C'ak.UI' Jaycees in I
niliuly participating( ; in this pro Ul- 1

!9i grain jggr..u.iIJ1
What Is "SprakUp Jivrert'' i
Th? Jaycrci want even mom i WHITE
her to be: all: to speak effectively .
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anal:I take an active purl In 1 49c Applicator '
the weekly meetings. Dv having 1 Bottle ofJohnson's 2 6c I l
I everyone participate In this pro I 1) j
cram the Jaycee, with Itn assist 1
'I Limit i with MUMA thru Vti I/I 3
from the Tonstmastrrs will henlilo II I
to help Imrrjxr the imlivld
I unl Jajeeen, an I In tiling AI<> help L2MIW3UR33Reg.

r- : K Improve l the Jaycees UH an nrfianiiatlon mttfCOI; ON ..
: 5.1A tint they mn.v in turn 1
help tho community o. a whole TG
Or\ls suit Taminsa outline) L A D E FRESIHNERRp.

four different programs tn( help
t the Jaycees In their speaking 79i tie N ,
: firogriini. The four programs/ ?_ Glide. 1 IngNnae as C
S LIP were! "Speedurnft Formal Informal
v and Evaluation" with
i T L'1 Limit 1 wills ..an Mw WN. aat
r Jaycees support The "Speech! I I'rail"
S \ program., : Is the regular: I t- ..r.K
program prenentel: to Tomtmastm. t
The "Formal"! program !ivan C PONWORK.GLOVES
Brrellrrated. program: dlvl'ed! ,
Into right !steps: vocal variations
4S- ___ hand rignniiatinn etc
". gestures I f
I IACZ L.. .L'r /.. The "Informal" program( i iv

FLORIDA/ IN THE FORE OF WORLD'S FAIR Florida's exhibit site in ready for occupancy and the main exhibit building, tn 'the right of the tower speaking In nina inform atmoipheer Reg. 39c 100%,
the New York World's Fair is 3.12 acres in one "lip" of the horseshoe- will be ready for individual exhibits to be installed March I The troupeof nny place selected for( cotton work / 24c
I shaped 646-acre I tract largest ever devoted to such a fair. With the gigantic, six specially trained porpoises will begin practicing In the Porpoise Stadium peaking, such at home. or di'Shome. 3 glovoi.
amount of construction work underway throughout the grounds, Florida's and Pool (just below Citrus Tower) on April 1. The two circular build "Evaluation" would. be Limit 1 wMh MiJMn thru w.4. >/.
buildings are rapidly nearing completion. The completed citrus tower is ings float on the edze of Meadow Lake which extends across the fair site performed during the aet'ial' Jaycee
club meeting with the Jay
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rees performing and being eval I IuatJtl y I)
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COUPON ;s t A .;j jr
Garden Clinic fir a What PTA MeansTo at that time. The Toastmasters .
. Weekly TuesdayThe ;
g club put an emphasis" on r SOFTIQUE BATH
c the "Formal" program which I
weekly Garden Clinic for unly Court House. 4at t OIL
You Subject they felt would)( benefit the Jay I
ornamental plants will be held Everyone is welcome to bringi ,-rilew rees! most They were willing! to Rtg. 1.25-2H oi.
i i Tuesday morning. from 10 a.m. In any plant problems they may .a 4 '. The theme for the regular combine any and all of the pro. ,I BottU by Brlttol 66 CI I a
Rose Assistantuntil to help the If
have !said S. A. grams Jaycees Mytrt Co.
noon, at the Titusville Co- County Agricultural Agent meeting' of the Bayvlew Elo- they so desired The Jaycees
Llmll I wild Muxn thru WN I/I
mentor)' PTA. Monday night, would( be able to use this accelerated I.
At' February 3, is "What the PTA program to prepare acv
eral members for competition In
Mean To You."" Guest t speakerfor the local! district, state and national COUPON
the: evening will be Bob HUll level ap1'ok.up content,

REVIVALBaptist J cn, ctlitur of the Star-Advoeate r I Neo- a
and Coi-nly) School Board( ihalr-

man. I If f you have rental NOSE DROPS

First The meeting will convene at housing, list it In A... 1.2' I II, hens./ 74C
to 7'':30 p.m, in the school auditorl The Star-Advocate! {H" h f I"'h..,.

um Ii] limit S witS auan / = : I i Ii]

Church MinisOnly 6" f rI Orders for the pictures of the I -. .
Chrfatmas program, taken tin Finest
I I Dec:mber 17, will he on ale In Fcldinj COUPON oflsraFggggGENTEEL .
5 mlnut,s'from Downtown Titulvlll. the cafeteria following( the meetr Chair I
Go Wants On U. 5.1 1 to Mimi Turn L.ft It Blinker ( n.'freshmenls: will 'also( be Value I BABY t
Now Through Feb. 8 7:30: Nightly served
Rag 1.49 bottle of
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>' 9 fomoui A ntj-acterl- 89C
f" ,- j 7 Fundamental "READY FOROCCUPANCY" R.g. Li at baby both;
TREE FOR ART CENTER- Silver Oak tree was planted $5,95.P
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:S- Bible Limit a .II" : IAw WN atr
," behind the Art League building recently by Mrs, I IAn Ij
Preaching Randall Maney, left, chairman of Ixora Garden Circle, Old Dixie Highway ::: j iv

: and Mrs, Dean Breasseale, the circles city public plant near Westwood Villas l $3 vmn COUPON ..
I ing chairman Lending a helping hand to their mommies 3 Bedroom Houses. I, I '
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N Aa nuNl" tAwcA d l.oWe
1 Good in the tree were Dean and Scott Breasseale, Stewart and 1 & 2 Baths Full Tile ::=:,NnnaNAN.' ; r.td.'wit.Scw 5 ekv, .,, N..., I IVERl, DY'F1.AHUCl I Batteries
; Steven Maney.-Carlson Photo Central Heat r
; Gospel ; gcorgo stuart I
FHA or 20c ;950 SCr.r.edy
I Singing Conventional Mow 0"m..N, 'N" I utl l lir Reg.
Is Aboard USS Luce Financing
Johnson Serving
'rr la.A u.' liOl"r" 2 FOR 21 1
ro >IN M.Ikuwr.' AM 1 4)7*
Hubert R. Johnson, son' of out l hore'bases. Phone 267- 437 or 267.1477 I" CAS, BOSIN"OM OXANOTi.Ml I 1:1:,ttetI..,

Morning Mr': and Mrl. ;t.( B. Johnson of I '-'---'- -- -- -- -- llmlawllh. '.auan thw wN III 1
Radio Massage Indian River c'lty' is serving .

7:45 to 8 a.m. aboard the guided missile fri Winning Warm Frl..nd. For Florida Jlnt 1950 I

WRMF1050Titusvlll. gate'USS::! Luce, operating. ;out of. \ III I////// / c u ON ?
May'port. ,/ I' ;

Lure, will' ) deploy in early >b;; ;:::;::- JOtdll :D:' !'OOTHBRUSH,;
Nuritry P"vlcl.dEach rua'ry to Join> the Sixth Fleet in :::.... 'mI1
S.rrc! the Mediterranean area: r : JJ Se.vice JIIC.(' .'1- '69p' fbOrMao" e I

The Sixth Fleet !consists' of -::::; ? jreelillg Dr. W.st .'
ck' 'cholce.
ftlShly: mobile alt carrier you
Hear Nationally Known EvangelistDR. ;% I
strike groups and amphibious Limit I w.th auan I" .. W.e 2/1
B. R. LAKIN landing\ farces, whose support / JI\\'Sk\Cordially Welcomes I ri""RI1J

ships enable it to operate with- \\ .....:. 1 _:
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You and Your FamilyRUSSELL


You're Invited To Visit The New Hoslest i Big" 13H! ot.
219 THORNTON AVE. The State of Florida \ tent famous 3 for 19

BADCOCK FURNITURE 261,1157 PHONE: I I lively/ brand. I ,

.. I /rlMra..aMw, ; WN lit

IN THEIR NEW LOCATION AT- It is our desire to make you feel welcome I

21 East Main St. Titusville I v& cOupoNiEASYOFF _vcvjfiLifiiJntMyi_
::nd to acquaint. you with your city.If .

Come in for your FREE GIFT! t CLEANER SIAq

Whll. Hr Be Sure To Regirttr ForWORTH .
/ 9b hry. tip. Jer.f
"." _hy teaew 'lep. 53c
you are new the area, a phone d Off elas.r.

call will visit from I I Lillo" I Mlth'a.an" Mw "tr." .. t/e
100 OF YOUR CHOICETo I .bring you a prompt 19 ifY.l j mH

,!!. Given Away Fb. 29 1964 f I your Iccat hostess. Please give her a call!
Nothing T. Ivy I ?
Yew Nd hot Bt l Pm.nt T. Wins She has maps and many free and wonder ryr, b1JWF> at lag SlHd/JEl1[

14# 1 1i' I ful gifts for you from local businesses! 1 I PIRTLt PlAZA TITUSVILLE


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Pego / flfuavlllo (Florlde) Ster:Advocefo Monday, February 3, 17(4

/ / Of :

/ / W4th NwAnd Noterl

oj' North Breroard / /y/ Gets '


newest Cffieidl s

--- '- --- -- Association
-- WMS To Present men Branch came N '

Miss Markley Program (In Study a'in'! Daytona a dinner\

Mrs\ Hugh n.ivlljem, mission Parenting

Becomes Bride slur' y chairman of First t Baptist T. W.
Church Womens Missionary Sue
newly /) ,.
itty\ announces fie! followru pro Dr Blanche

Of Mr. Fischer ww gram for the llomi! Mission:; book sident ot ;
tn ,Al'OGEU.
villa! :

Miw Karen Lre Mar lcy + Ml'mbersllnd friends are invitedto receive \its\

daughter: of Mr and Mr Robert meet at 9 a.in., Tuesday, Ktb, National '. ,
BlUe Markley 220:! Abbott
4.. Dr. nuw
Avenue, Iiifhiin River Citv. became ,ar .r ColiI'lie in +
the bride of Ja Jackson A schoolroom theme will be carried
president of f t ,
Fischer, sun of Mr and Mrs A Pe oat with Dr 1 W. h. 11-irdiuas sists of ,

Harm Fm'er'! UtO Coronado principal and. Mrs Glenn I Roberts bers In 50 ,

Blvd. Indian HIV.'r City; in a and Mrs\ J. C Talley us D C. ard : ,
pretty rcrunony at the Indian teachers,, A choral reading;; vVill (
in Daytona '
River City Methodiht Chuli.ll be presented by Mrs Eldon trot her honor \

January 25. ey Mrs Charles Tucker and
She acldres
Rev. Robert Wdddell performed Mrs Kenneth Shipc Soluibt will
double ring we Mrs. Don Nelson attending,
the ( .
"Af Coffee will be served' at 9 cations to
ccieinoriy j A'' o'clock with the study i mined. .orated

The church was decorated lately following and closing at
with baskets and urns of while Members
11::30. branch
gladiolus and mums. < who
Given in marriage by her r ra er /

father!;, the bride wore a formal .J Women Of Moose Mrs Jetton I

govvn,of cliun,,illy lice designed ... oij. Organize Chapter Rhodes, ; : I ; [) ,

witiia [fitted bodue lung slcevis "; < ,, ,, \ Charles I ,i i '
and 'a V neckline, sculptured in is "; ) Titimille Chapter MM. Women prci>id"nl; '", i

fed pearls und sc-cjums. Her of the Manse, wilt hold its ; /;; :; : t I, i

\cil of silk Illusion was secured initial! meeting Wednesday night, J. C ,\ '

to! while roses! she earned a can- February S, 8.00 o'clock, at tho chairman; ; (: \ : '

fade of white mums, centered : Moose Lixlge Mrs ; : [ .
by H white orchid Regular: meeting: dates of the Henry[ C. ;

Serving her sister as mall of newly formed organization are E Null ; t

\honor was Miss Virginia Mark- the first and third Wednesdays of croup \ & .:

Ijy, who wore a pink dress with Mr, and Mrs. Jay Jackson Flasher each month '1 Crate : | i
on ovei skirt and jacket of white er Mrs \

lace She carried a bouquet of l k 1' '- -- : ,
-"' _
__ pink carnations I w i Legion (

Dart man was Charles Fischer, # r sa To Hold ( ; ;
brother of the biidegroom i

Mrs. Markley( chose a sheath! Members 1 ( : ; ''

dress of pale green brocade with No.1, ; ( )

matching hut and beige: aocessnrici >i ary will ] ,

Mm\ Ischer.. mother of ; ," i Mother, : ,; '

fie' bl'idegroomore a blue silk I raw 1 p,m. next ,: : '
print suit with white accessories. 1 Home, : ,

Following the ceremony a reception Mrs
was held in the church. ed :
I i pit )
For traveling the bride chose n Mrs Edna:
1. ; ,,
a powder blue suit with beige program ( :
247.719'4:; I :
kccesorics. !
" Out of[ town guests were Mrs. B'9' Powell ( )

\ Louis Kassel of Hamburg, N. Y. hall

aunt of the bride, Mrs. Otto of av.e theme !

Hamburg, Mr and Mrs. Frank The unit
Kiusiewlg of Orlando, Mr\ and s junior ::

Afrs Iladli/f Shelton of Daytona ters of

Beach and MISS UnJj Little of :
,;.' can Legion ( / !
Miami. r ceased

officers of
Hibiscus Circle f following [ ,

Does PlantingAt [ stallation ( !

t same night:
; r ,
Art BuildingSix t f the first :

members of the Hibiscus I ....! 'F Y' group : ;

Garden Circle did! foundation Mrs
1.-.._ ....: L_-.JIlt a ..IR ;a V""; Jt' '" of the
planting at the Art Building on

Wednesday, January VJ PLAN CARD PARTY-Members of Epsilon Brady, decorations and tickets chairman; committee, [ :

Pittisporum. podacarpus, jas Delta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma,:: Mis Jack Miller, general chairman; Mrs. gram for !\
mine, short juniper and pfitzi-r, Alpha Sorority met recently to complete IIarvey Girard, refreshments chairmanand :
clude Mrs
juniper were planted in front and plans and prepare posters for their des Mrs. Niven Ball, standing. Proceeds : /
bourne 12th
on the side of the building sert-cat d party scheduled for Feb! 5 in from the event will benefit the North ,
Members participating wire the community room of Citizens Bank Brevard Rehabilitation Center. Mrs : 3
Mrs I red Salter, Mrs WilliamsJ. -Carlson PhotoA trlct I
Seated around table arc Mrs Richard
Moore, Mrs. Paul Damfoith, ties. ;:
Mrs. Arthur Carraway, Mrs IIrs.'era
Norman Clark and Mrs. Sam Good Shepherd Circles Study "Church Women (In Missions"All dent, Is t ; : ,j!

Clonts. tendance at I
circles of the Good Shep- stoup of[ L.W At.L. ladies and other members of this : j
senior and!
Gateway WW Club herd WML heard the pre bus decided( to canvas new areas group are Mrs Roy Leasure, She t 1 j

Mtititmn: of a topic, "Chureli of the ennunun.ty, and has already Mrs Wally ilasselbling and
Calls MeetA that they
Special Womin 1.1 lI11 sl"ns" at Urea\ M>enl one morning on tliiipl'je't MM William Casper; Mrs Ray I
the dinner
special meeting of the Gateway January mtelingi' | .t. mood Zanctta will be In charge not have /

i Welcome Wagon/ Club will The thiiihcth Circle met at As of January 1, the new !service of greeteis.; the new committee :: : 1

I be held at 10:ou am. on 1YeJ 1 tie: home of Mrs. Clone Stlll'C h 10. loirniittccs assumed their of the Grls', Mission league arc group '

t nesday, Feb. S at the home of The dcvotum and topic weie responsibilities, an,1tn.! Uaunv Mis E Kuehn, Mrs. George G E ; \
Mrs Douglas RarnhartMrs. prisrnli'd by !Mm Wally lUiml-, bath i resents! the names of their Gcl.der Mrs. Raymond Zanettaund :

Joseph Draper Kennedy, being end Aha Doit Hem Mrs. ms-mbus. MrAniiilJ thus: is Mrs! Kajmond Nething. A special I

: president has announced thin l Don AcKcrmun prt'sl'nll'd the again the Cliristitn Cuovsth Club will be
of all members Is collection materials of! India
meeting mves- of chairman; Mrs Bud bniiis is ----- ing Hills

sary as the elmtIon a nomin which will be used in the circle's c\lntin 11111 as chairman of the LEGAL,, I'ADS Big Supply, 35c day Feb S.

sling committee for new officers mission display, and the mem CluiitUn Seivlee and Speeiiil Also Kraft Envelopes'( with clasp 10:30: and
: has to be held this month. New bets spent the evening preparing noon R
fur .
Needs' Commiltie, with the as- mailing! Full stock at Star- 1
officers will bo elected In Anril. the
jiul assembling project i.sUnee i of Mrs David MtCarvilk Advocate. by !
: A membership tea will take the Mrs\ Hcibut. t Funkhouser was -. Mrs. CUne Stureluo and, I
place of the regular monthly hostess to the Lydia Circle Mis
MM Don Ackcin; Mrs A J
: meeting in Febiuary At this time Frank Wheeler piescnted the cle' I
member It, asked to Don I Is serving: a.s I bruuun and
each bring
: a prospective member [for the notions Huth end top Circle eThe gathered at ('halml'n, of MisMonarv Educa Coloyr I I your 1 old I I II d ,J
\Ilea the Mite Uox is f/
!; chau man:
club.Named the home of Mrs I!. E. Baum shoes I any colour 1 I II tx
: to brad l up the various Mis Din Fryslie. Mr1- Walter
each and made tray favors for t I
committees the tea are !Mrs Runic!: :1S contiruin nv chairman choose !
the Incnl hospital Mrs Davi.l you I
Dare P. Davis, Mrs. Bruce Snyder, ot the Allay Comnuttet together
McCarvillc and Mis. Arnold
and Mrs. Tony Novotny. refreshments wild Mn. Hob Mernman, Mrs, II fiihlon col-
Claim the devotionsend
Mrs Iluig de i Deng I IIrs.! presented lliymond: SI'hwnrtz. Mrs. Allan .aunt I Incoloun btllj,
Harry Eadi, and Mrs flnlJie Nibkamn, Mrs Kuenc;; Sander kindbtn, ttltl !
All L.W.M,L. members and tool
Bentley, decorations; Mrs Don anti Mrs Chance O'Neal; Mrs colour .Nathul '
: their guests: imc Invited to'I lt Hutu, .rl.: drrwlthat (
Mrs Barn
Fryslie, name tags; J. N Kjuffnun is the lower II l .
hart and Mrs. Kenncly, clean the Oviedo Lutheran homes on chiiiipun; Mrs llaruld Wilmcrh pit-won roman'ten'pi tup.

: up. Tins group will outline their Wednesday\ February 3, and i ('hah'mart of the Kitchen Com 1 fora1 Dannlial.wrtaproofi t7plnd.cottt l $ : ; ;

plans for the tea at the Wednesday Mill n.CPt! at the ('hurdlit 9:45: mitire, and! ner workers are. I i -Iutlmonth.colour II oftin M you' wuhll ,

meeting. a.m. Mrs John Brandenburg, AtrsEd
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---- Ilonry. Mrs Donald Zimmerman l/\\ Lady Brooke Or Your

1 M.s. Dan Wilmer and
.aeo.o I shoe cosmetic: Two "
.t Anson Frank $
aos ra Mrs George ; Mrs 1 .
( (
J ConipfiK liity Brookf
,' { \ Whedc'r and Mrs William Darn area Comtt,c'.SnoColouMConllir.n Watch An I
Colored Sond.s' Reelpe rs are the Munbt rship ant .
.' I boltli lich
1' 'rtation CommiUce of colour. '160 I IJ
rainpi Cl
Kentucky! Fied d Chcen! T'ie chairman of the Nursery I colour.llMntrand' I 2 ( $
add,Benat. dottl',.
Committee Is lifts Ueit lie-in' N.colour SI.OOitcnAddlllonil
1 tl,,"" ,
..II'. ,r.lIIlt"W"<_,A',oorf' t 1 tnt wet. .41 ue "Jewelry ol 6
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t U.S.1olGarJen 1
e e
000 0 e little

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Monday. February 3, 1U4 TltwivllU"' (Fiends, ) Stir ......1. Fi|.i I

Indian River-South Titusville Happenings r


Methodist I Women's Supper Biq Success b (

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Ladies of the W S.C S of the Well,dresaed Window ant* oar

Indian River City !Muhodkt rated. the film a\ ,it t was shown

:.; Church furnshed a smorgasbord Mrs. Jones shown! samples of

I : supper rhmsdjy In the Recreation curtains of thffmnt new fabrics

i p. Hall: of( their Chinch on and of ntu weaves amt l w
HUhwav 50. prints. The meeting: then adjourncd .
: A loiii( table was loaded with 1 1
a-wondciful, assortment of Cool, o r I Skating Party t

:35 peop'e! were scr\td Some 25 members of the Inlirmcdiate at

The hall. was tastefully (Ucoratpil ; tits Training!! Union of EEI\ I gH" a
and the meal was congenial Central Baptist Church, under t

in every seine "f f the supervision' of Howard Jones Intermediate .

woi-1 Floral arrange me nts in Trlining; Union Lead

the hall were set up bv llekn cr. went to Shale City, between /

Thou' 'PM>II. The Palms \\e.. i b Oilando and I Sanford last t Friday

furnished for the occasion by o evening!: fir un evenings: hialthfui 2
Flowers of Distinction of Titus 1 recreation and fun A Rood: time
deli ... _
villo --- -y -
Mis Jack Wheeler wu enjoyed by all of them

PII' ''dl'nt, Mrs Charles link Y t PIRATES CtAUHiL, The pirates have this group. Left to right ire MaxIne

luioscr: : Vice-l'rrslllcnt.! Mrs Tailoring Class taken over ut Publix." Market In Pirtle Holmes Jerri Manuel) Ulondena liar'

J Barbara Cromwell is Treasures ---- -1 The Indian River City Home Plaza, Proiiitini. thin .hipwrick i ate" Alice Jennings and Betty Wills:: Back

and Mr. Lois Sain I is Secretary SUPPER HELPERS_--Some of the women (back row) Betty Hill Wilma Shade, :' Demonstration Club is sponsoring; event of the past week these employeeshave row store manager Ed Broom, John

Lust! t week the W.S.C.S. sponsor. who helped with the smorgasbord supperat Dom. Darnels Nancy Hook Dorothy MeCosktv I, a tailoring class In the Comimm dressed the part is have all associates Morgan Rod Northcutt, Hill Bowyer and

ed an oigjn: recital in this same the Indian River City Methodist ( Shirley Harvey and Dott Waddell "' Ity Hoom at the Citizens Dank. at the store. l.oni, John Silver of pirate assistant manager Eddie Shivers
recreation hall will beholding but from the Tuesday from 9 a.m. till 12 felt home with -S-A( Photo.)
They Church are shown above: Left to right Also working missing story fame would have at

: a rummage sale< on (front row) Shirley Cain, Glenda Johnson picture were Estelle and Linda Futch, noon

Fcbrnary! 21 at a time and placeto Wannie Jackson, Fay the Merrifield, Kate Wade Mrs. W. W. James Sr., Mrs. r- --

be announced. Elizabeth Holmes, Barbara Cromwell, Fay Stearns, Mrs[ Mary Boggs, Helen RecuperatingFriends along with the chil Inn, a i son 10
of Robert English: 730
Linda Carver: (middle row) Louis Sam, Crumpton and Ktkce McLendon. a daughter 15 and ,mot In'r son
Clevehnd Koad! will be glad lo
Coquina New Teachers Jean Hecklemoser Betty Wheeler Cathy Photo By B know that he' has returned home 12 have come hue. from Niai:ara r r-i
Falls, N.Y. Jim is an operating I
Chreist Carol Ahmie Charlotte Boone
Mrs dUnda lall: : lives with ; to nciiieratc' after a two weeks'
engineer with n. II :Mem. muk
her husband and son at 125 Fern EFOR .v ."; ,"I':1! ,y: f.tA'"Il'I4JIl" Illness in the Orlando Air force Corporation at tape Kennedy -S
Avenue. Titusville John Hall I Hospil l
They' live at (tins Scotty irlvrClifford

is a teacher at furkway Jr. 111 V71[ '.e 'ir H and Clara I'it,:' nlmi, rr
Mrs II.t'l' teaches in Stage II. f11wJ Executive Beard Meeting will their son 7. und daiif;UUr (to
Mrgutha: Reynolds: 223 Indian Kmr City Mclhtidlst came from Ttillohoma Linn>

Jeliirson Ave. Cope Canavcial W s i'( Swill have an bxeeu: eosce!. Clifford U a construction

Attended Muirny College. Ky live I Btlllr,1,I meeting at 9.3D) aII.. engineer with the; \lUtnint l>rothers

married to Charles Reynolds: Tuesday In the Church The general : Corporation at Cape Kennedy

. tractor at Parkway Jr. Hi She muting will follow at 10:10):: They live at 0.0 .1 lana

teaches Stage III, Language: a.m with a covered dish luneh Drive'

Arty,, s'iI nce und social studies ton Mr Millard\ Hill Hilary Thomas and I Maiirlu Moms
Miss Ann Rash. resides in LaGrange of r'hrhlren's( Work, will five the have arrived along!: with I' u mold '

She conics from Ivan piokrain: baby! miters will be daughl\'r. They tame Kerr'
hoe Va.. attended Last Tennessee :rr ,.:"J... ..J'IP':1... _I. Ilw.,.; available the Churih Nursery from Cocoa teach hut orijn;: ll> 1

College in Johnson City NEW TEACIIERS--At Elementary \iatria Re\nolds Miss Ann Rash Mrs .. 'd came from Hollywood Inin a( a
Coquina : vitir Maitiand Research Center design engineer with the M!,
1 tithes State.. II Language Arts School there teachers Mar Elmore David Griner and Eugene
are six new ) Sixth Year students.. of (oijinna! Donnell Aircraft Corporation lit
and Social Studies. (left to right) Mrs Glenda Hall, Mrs. Dish Elementary! School took a field.I Cape Kennedy They live ai C"5

!Mrs Mary Llmorc: tesidcs trip last Thursday to Maitland Jana Drive

with her husband and son on Research Center In Maitiand In Richard and Alfreds Ruin:!

Washington Ave Indian River the museum building there was a aIling with their three diuihlr: ,

City, Mr. Llmoie teaches at Titus .... .... display about India. Since these are not exactly nowiomn to (lilt!
lIe'! High School Mis LI I students had been studying about community bee'anno the hive!
', .
more teaches in Stage I. Li l # ; \j ': ; -1 India, the beautiful materials of been In Whisper; fuses' Trailer W1NN'n.:: Betty Wells pert and pretty cashier and

David Gnncr: Resides! at ,, : woven silk and cotton, and the Park for many months! hit' they checkout girl at Publix Market: has:: : been elected "Check-

134: Oveilcok Terrace. Married -. ;. brass engraved vases etc, have now bought the'ir own hump tr of the Year" for the store located in Pirtle Plaza,
3 children, formerly from A\ ; -iii: proved very Informative tu. the at 725 Jana Drive! and limo IlI'nup ; Betty won the approval of Publix customers for accuracy,

Miami, leaches: Stage III Social > : :t 1 !!It:3 IIII children, who now in real life the trailer life. they innvcl J inrti'sy, and all around helpfulness at her cash register.

n Studies, Language Arts was : > iW. could ice what they had been into their new home only recently She will he honored with many other similar winners at

iruduatcd from Stetson Univer I t learning from books Sari'ion- Lakeland un February 5th, On this occasion presenta-

ally In DI'Land.Eugl'h II' turned mannikins, Bengal tiger,' tions:: of awards will be made: at a, banquet\ t tUttR.gionli7nOrlrt \) "
I... ". .! ,,, and murals Visitors
.askina plioloKraiduW and "other "Checker of the celcrants.
< ) ;: Dotty year" .
also Visitors at Central Diplist!: .
were ieen Archeology aril
wile and two children at 20J( .1 (S-A Photo)
Churih last iiulndul
fact from Central Florida wire Sunday :
o Keats Avenue. Came here from also shown In two other rooms of Mrs Winnilte McClellan; fiom In Hawaii .
Serving -----
Largo. Mr. Dish took his teacher L t' the Muxeum Adjacent to the Decatur) Illinois, Juun tj hall

traurng at Indiana State University r Jit" Museum were the Tropical Gardens from 2.MK I Lakeside final, lit'is, Allan B Ilepner yeomin 1----

und teaches in Staged i .. which were decorated with yule and( A Cava from W fcteheutir thud t class, USN, nun of Mr and From 550 r.600

d III sand and I cement sculptures, The llliimls
L M'.H.. Willard 1:<'pnrr of Tilunvi On -
designs reflected the Aztec: and
'k Is serving with I'utiul Signature, Furniture, Auto
H. D. Now PORTABLE ROOM On the north side of stallation Construction of 12 class- Inca culture Display are Coquina PTA
new Squadron: 21)) at tho Naval Air Real Ettafe, Boats.
The lirevard County Coined of Coquina Elementary School is the first ro, ms is expected to begin in the very changed every month at (hit David Grlnei. Stage: III Social Stjilon, Ujibcr'i Point Hiwalt
museum and the center I is Studies teaehei. will bu! tho
home Demonstration Clubs met open
portable classroom at the school Overnear future.
Thursday at the Agricultural; Cmtir crowded conditions necessitated the in to the public. guest speaker at the regular A cradutiti of Sun Prairie ) !

( West king Strict Cocoa with monthly meeting of the Coquina Ilinh School. Sun Prairie! WUIt IJlIIrrjg/

Mrs\ Mary Slaby of Indian River Carolyn Hell of Eau Gallic in the how the Council can help to interpret that there would be a series if Newcomers Elctntntnry School 1'TA tontlt mined the service' in Nov 1
City presiding 40 members Houses are being built every lit H, Mr. Griner |plans, I III inihcr 190LCard
were It" .
tunning Family Spending"meetings |
contest for "Mother of the Year" I
present representing 10 ff the An announcement was math at the Agricultural Center week, and each day more and jet further the Democracy! theme!
14 Hume Demonstration Clubs Mrs. Slaby made reference to a more houses are completed: to begun! last month by Edward.
in speech liy M O Watkins of the that. a program planning meeting on February S, 12 19. and.I house the teeming population that Fine Of ThanksWe
the County. Present from In lian
would be hell< on February 23 also
March and 11. It was announced
, River City in addition to Mrs Florida University Extensive has come to this area for home The Cub Scout number 310 Titusvllle
at 10:00: AM. at the Agricultural that on Monday Feb. 10 wl.Hh ti> express our deep 316South
Slaby were Mrs. Pat Canzano Service which he made at the Center In Cocoa Each Club was and again Monday Feb 17 there It is virtually impossible to keep will give a lag ceremony "under cst thanks. to our many friend .Y FloridaWashngtoa
State Council in Gainesville on In touch with all newcomers: to the direction of Mis Robirwon\ ,
Mrs. Irene Coshoff and Mrs and the
Sue requested to sent, one reprp-ent. will be workshops on "Copper this fir all area, but on occasion, an attempt den mother
Humphrey while Mrs Clare Ilcnie Economy Extension Program ative The State Doarl of Health Tooling" and Plaster mould many other acts of kindness
Sim ms represented the Young and what it should be and I and the CKil Defense f arc conducting wall plaiqutj. can: them be made to Identify 1>e\oti! illns< for the evening will duling i? our latest 1 tereavemrnt PHONE NOWI!
Home Makers Club. some of be delivered by U. v. Mobe'rtWaddi.ll
Classes Medical\ eclf Julian Kaiser
on Mr and Mrs
I Mrs Young Introduced Mrs Recent newcomer In the Indian ONE DAY SERVICE
. The Council voted to in of It pa tor IIf f the Indian und! -
sponsorMatcrnaLane ( help cases emergency. Louisa Gibbons; Civil Defense River City and South Titusville Lawson
River Church. ,
: --- r was voted to set up training;! Director of Drcvard County, who / area include: City Cash 24 Monthly'
Plan the March
1 areas in North Central and South spoke on How Necessary I'rc !Milford\ and Pauline Bourhcy regarding Te Yen Paym.nts
I '
30ti will
'Kid Ciieus
OF ORLANDO Urevard' and] Home Itomonitra parcdness Is". Mrs Sally took. and their daughter; 12 have arrived Day way No 50, during Scout Week
CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOST (Ion Clubs in these areas hhnul I and I George Cook of the County here from Washburn brought before the meeting along fi ci 11 the! nth till the 13th of $150,00 S 8,89

COMPLETE MATERNITY. SHOPS sponsor these Training Classes Civil Defense organization were Maine, where it really I II cold, with a report from Jam*. February, thanks to Mr Pfelfferowner 300.00 17.79
.. SALMI. /SINuS 1207 N. Mill, Orlando, GA 3-Olii and invite leaders from other] introduced and they showed an and they will locate at 515 Jana Spencer on his findings( pertaining \
'JC !Meintt
Bids JoIIHrll UH'.t: .10 EL : Department
\,,IwN A.a .1 I-- civic organizations to altcn I them Informative' film on "Fall out". Drive. Milford r is Superintendentof to the much need. d blinrlifur 450.00 I 26.23
:Stoic and Mrs Dan Robinson! .
,! e1e N.:....161\e.E... -- .ll a: I HIGHEST JUAUIV and:! operate with the clubs Mri Gibbons then answered Francchi Construction Corp. the school rooms, Il.rl'l'h- n' wager, who are making this 600.00 34.39
Personal DFPENtMBLE: SERVICE The meeting voted to change: numerous questions and I this oration al Cape Canaveral. meet will be nerved at the ex ,tiltion possible

TERRAZZO FLOORS its bylaws to read that County closed the meeting. A covered lynn and] Louise Vogel and lose of the meeting --------- ---
I Hearing OWENS Council officers will be installed fish luncheon was served ut 12: their two sons, 8 and 10 have arrived --

J SONOIONE Security TERRAZZO, INC. either In April or May of each noon. Hostess" Clubs were West from Seymour Indiana, Cug Scout Newt
I tNl MOYI/ 01NNIINn to the Melbourne and Eau Gallie, and have located at !Boo! ) Jana Cub Scout Pack : serve ,
NM 0\:; 'a ear erlrN Call New Smyrna Beach Collect year one year
Drive. is River will xlind:t its> I Skillet
11..1 After lunch another Lynn City
programwas ; a (postal employeeon
..u........ ., IIrl..d. O,\ R 0031 month of the meeting being set .
1I1Mrlnnllr Ilrlrwdn1..+.r/N. to co ind::e with Achievement put on by Mrs. Arlene .loncsAsfcUtant duty at tho post office in TI handicraft at the Meltlll, ----- Day. Mrs Sue Young announced i to Mrs. Young, on "Set. tutu lIIe, mint Store near the 1 mi'rs,_itiou!

I Giro's Rug & Drapery Service CHARLES SLADE III 'I tc hon of Draperies and! Curtains Jame, and Dorothy Ingram, 01 Magnolia Avenue ,mil High! I
i She introduced her presentation -- I
Wall to Will Ru ; RARE COINS SUPPLY CO. I that the win.
f Repairs, Btndmq, $ rn r") by Mating
Rubber Cork Vinyl We Buy and Pay Mar Lumber & Building Material jOWl of a home were the eyes

Asphalt Tit! Largait Stock of Coin* Around "EnryJhlng for the Builder into the World, 81 everyone' instinctively

504 Downing Phone New 471, Smyrna M2 Bttch 'M f..n Or..>... Orlando '1. Dixie Freeway at Canal SINew looks at the window/ David Kovacs M. D.I I FOR

Smyrna Baarh I of a home they approach Mm TUESDAYPound
EVERY HOUSE Call, Collect I 128.9021 Young showed a movie on "I he

Makes EUctrie SERVICEAll Shaver Service of NEW SMYRNACall Tax Assessors Schedule Of HIS OFFICE AT SfeahburgerPlate

Factory.Trainad Par onrwl
Collact 4314131
Parts in Stock-Sam. Day Sarvlca Now ,-v.... RoarkI Precinct Visits1964

395 N. 70 Oran9a-0rl.r Years Expar.anea' GA JIMS I '\ TITUSVILLE MEDICAL CENTER French Fries' Sliced

ORLANDO FOAMPRODUCTS I rha Mod Complete' Display of Tomaloct, Ltttuc, _
INC. I Office Equipment end FEBRUARY 1 1st 1964 Pickle' Chip
Plastic Foam Foam Rubber I Office Supplies In This Area. Foil/ THE 1'111'1114"( or HKLPINO: roi WITH THIS PHCFAHATION <>r ,

Swing yes ...'. a nbamaa l la rout' Yoga HOMEMTKAD. TANGIBLE AND INTANOlULfc TAX FOil rfU/
Cut to Slia Custom .r"a .rsryr Casual Furniture Office Equip Co., Inc. net"" .

KM S. Oranga Orlando GA 2.2731HflS utr""E... C fqulpnunt:..innlal Dr.Co.Orlando, luaiwiu F..b. :I Mum. otumoor" to A.M, lo II A M. fort Offlc. OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGYi 7Sc

N. Oang. Orlando GA 4714 O A Z.9.d c........ reb.. :I )100. tIme, I P.M. l. :i !'.M. Peal rif fkr OFFICE HOURS: i

...b.. I Tues. ('.,.,.. All Dar Branch Court HOUMreb
I THE PET SHOP Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday _
Learn Hairstyling Nowf I W.d. M'lbourn All flay tlraneh Court house 9:30toI-3to6;

WOODY'S "Everything For Your Per rrb a Thin Tllaavttl All Ilia' Court IfouM
9:30 to 1:00 Eve. Hours Mon 6;00 to 8.00
Saturday : : -
Hairstyling Institute Fancy Cellars leerfiet Toys Feb. T CrL India. r Illvtr. City I A M. la 10 A.X, I'urt Of 11u.

1042 N. Mills Budge, Fish, rupplae Supplies J...3i, .:r.bt. I (Frt. ror1I1 "'...., 1W4 Phone 287-1436 or 267-6034 By Appointment PlrtU! Plaza TllutrllU

Orlando, 425-6600 '174 N. Orange, Orlando, GA 1174J t

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.* I Tttuivin (Florida' ) Stir-AoVocir Monday, *.hu"y', 1964I

Another Restaurant For Cilv!

Mirm Area HappeningsKindergarden ; v' a -

Announcement is expected to whirh operate the Vil.a: Nova

be made soon of the opc-ninz of Restaurant: in Winter Park and

Field another new restaurant In TI. Dill Green this week received
Enjoys Trip
tusville approval of the transfer of the

Joe D'Agostino Jr. of Winter liquor liccim:, located it the Rat-

By Mri. Gladys MtLtndon Nails. Circle Chairman Mrs Park a member of the family lin ROOTV.

AM 7.1248 Betty West president over th( Opened as the Terrace Room

Mrs. Robert Linger teacher of business!! meeting.A p.nce. Interest! paid on the loan ai a part: of the Terrace Motel

the Methodist Church Kinder gift box!<< will he prepared on: and the taxes paid on the prop It later became the Space Boom

sent to our missionary In Japan erty during 19f3! i-nder! Hinri Landwiith now at .
,gftrtcn, took her clan on a field
Miss tile Circle al.c I
trip to our Postoffice Monday ; 1 II If statements have not been the Cape !Colony: irn. and later '
helps with a child at the Baptist
/rriorning Jan. 27th. Each child : received by February 10th, the the Rattan Hoom.
Children Home. This child,! will
mailed a letter (from the lobby receive an appropriate( Vales. St. Petersburg VA Regional Office It It located on, South Washington :- I'
Postmistress, Mrs James Park j FFt3Ru\RY 'eI "
tine's gIft."CitIzens. should then be contacted. Avenuo in "Motel Row.
cr then took the chiMrcn into the '
back office room and showed of Two Worlds" was I u l... f W r ,. l -
the first In a series
presented as I
4hem how all mail was prepared ii ,
of studies on 'Chlrslian! Citizen,
Jar mailing to other cities and
ship". Ii 2 1 t '} b 7. 1.---
distributed to our local boxes .
After the and closing J.
On the way back to school the program I .1 I :"
""''' '''''''''
children were taken to Duffy's prayer. the following members t.t ''''' the. *
'' Only BEST
I .. ''
Restaurant where they were adjourned for lunch: Mrs Betty Ji.. & 1 I '"- .

West, Mrs. Don Nails Mrs. Kenneth ) d t.'i
treated! to doughnuts and choco. '

late milk. The group also Included Bracken. Mrs Iloyt Mach, .....L.- : is Good Enough
several Mrs. Leona Ward, Mrs Charles ..
mothers Mrs Arthur
Thompson Mrs Joseph Boat- __. .w-. .. .... .y/.J .
Millers Mrs. Wayne Ker!hncr, n' -- 1 1 Tat US M for you only the but 1 w ill dol I Ij
Mrs. Edgar Job, and Mrs Joe Wright, Mrs. Charles Poolo] Mrs. HEART SUNDAY PLANS The above sed j!! That's) Why the finest drum are rhmen fur
1'.EGINS REVIVALDr.. B. B. the area In which they are .,{'i
Lee Walker Frank Roof, Mrs. M W. Lucas. ladle captains. I \V'lirre, Agency, Prescription Department!
Lakin, nationally known evangelist Mrs. Tonny Tucker' and Mrs. met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Present were from left: Mrs. John Gaines, '! That'l the reason our nhelvci arc care

In talking to the children at and a resident of Titus. Dolan Cantrcll Jr. John Gaines, on White Avenue to discuss Mrs. Lyman Rogers, Mrs. Irving Lee Mrs. "0' fully), refultrly checked., to keep otrur stock"

school they were all excited as ville, opened a week of revival plans for the coming Heart Sunday Driveto John Morgan: Jr., and Mrs. Lamar : i In Smash supply became onlv I the bent ,i.
they related nil they had 1 Sl'en. be held February 23. Coffee and cake Carver. good enough. One more good reason to counton .
services at the First BaotistChurch PersonalsMr.
The youngsters are doing i your Walrreen Agency! for Ql'AUTY
many of Mims last night. lie of was served by the hostess as they discus- S-A Photo ,
things at school related to their and Mrs Norman Wood! ( ) Fj. PRESCRIPTION PERrorMANCE:

trip. They have built a Postoffice will speak at meetings each Dayton, Ohio have boon visitingthis i DRUGS WITH A REPUTATION

and act up different kinds of evening this week concludingnext past week in the home of Veterans
Sunday evening. tie Is In Wilson northof Administration Supplying Tax Information .
transportation used In mall de Mr. and Mrs. Virgil "I"IIIICIIIII"" CUT T ERDRUGS
livery. They have been studying his 43rd year as a minister. Mims Mr. Woods Is a brotherof I W '

about early mail deliveries. Ival. A special "thank Mrs. Wilson. Statements of loan Interest Rufus II Wilson manager, said (Questing this information will ,
you" goesto 11111
Mrs. Robert 0. Pennlngton, and properly taxes for the calendar today: These cover direct GI necessitate pulling the records : _:' DRO_ _$TORt_ Big Apple PlazaL ]

Music Nettt Mrs. J. K. Stevenson, Mrs. How Mr. and Mrc. Virgil Wilson year 1963 paid by Florida loan mortgages carried by veterans and will slow down the processIng .

Congratulations are in order for ard E. Rucker and Mrs Lloyd have recently returned from home owners whose mortgagesare and others who have for other veterans, Wilson

each member of the Youth Choir, Lashley who accompanied the Green Cove Springs, near Jack held by the Veterans Administration bought( veterans homes which explained.The .

and Primary Choirs of the First Primary and Junior Choir memo sonville, where. they vbltedVlrell's will be issued without were in default" and the VA VA started work on these
Baptist Church of Mlm bers to Also slster-ln law, Mra. L. E. I
They Cocoa many thanksto Mill hnlds the statements Income
request; t from the borrower. mortgages. necessary nor
represented their church In the Gene Gilmore who Wilson, who had been a patient in
accompanied The VA's St Petersburg HeCional Statements on mortgages tax returns Just as soon cocobicio7

finest of way Christ, by presenting the gospel each choir on the piano, as the and Clay Mrs. L.Memorial E. Wlisons Hospital.!were residents Mr. Office is now processing! bought( by commercial lending Is all posting of expenditures I L J J
through music, In they presented their special
the Associational Music Festival. music. of our area several years sumo 7,000 uf the statements and institutions will be issued by through the last! day of 1963 was

hopes to have all mailed to the' those Institutions.! made. They Will include the

superior Each choir received a rating of Circle ago. _ mortgagees by January 31st, Phnne calls and letters re- yoar-end unpaid principal bal- Pianos Organ Guitars. Accessories
Meeting :' >TH K: OK NI() \.t I (I.O4i(5.( ,
Because of the rating received The Elizabeth Watkins Circleof TO WHOM IT MAY CONC ;HN: HI.FI Gibtors
NOTICE l h. hf>rby ( o.n that
Ihey will be able to attend the the Women's Missionary Society purauant to Ch. 12933. llnrkU Flntutta. I Stereo jCl3raSZ_ Caltan!

District Music Festival which held its monthly meeting on County. I85T.Connnlxlonera((2)) ((3)) the of Hoard Ilrtvard of Club & Lodge Notices Record USICSHO. Band

:will be held at Cocoa on February Jan. 28 It the First Baptist County, Florida. atloptnl a K."o- Players .--.....__..Pm's Instruments

.: 21 and 22nd. Church of Mims. The meeting M lutlon: 1W4.In ctoilna regular:, vacallrf...Ion, abandon-January ___ I Expert Repairs on All B."J Instruments

Our Church had 73 members was opened with a Scripture Inc and dlirontlnulnf, e.11 the roada, YORK-RITE:: BODIESOf 58 S. Atlantic Phone SU 3-7731 Cocoa Beach

J.participating> in the Music Fcst- reading and prayer by Mrs. Don drainage I thrrrto dttctiea, ,within borrow Arrai pit* appertaining I. II-, ,--': ROTARY CLUB TITUSVILLE GARDEN CLUB

and 51!. of the Naaa Project$ more ; North Brevard County AU-TO SALES & SERVICEHUNTER j
1 particularly described. .. follow. {> Jj MEETS THURSDAY ---- -- -- __ ,__ I
A tract or parcel I of land locatedIn ( General melting all clrcln' 5nd\
. Yardly Orr Head United FundJohn I Brevard County, Florida, more 12:15: P. M. Monday of Ott, Nov.. Ftb. March, Indian Hirer I
particularly deacrlbvil, aja follows: Mo,. 'Hint.. itml place. to he nnnmin Chapter No. 27 dig
A. a point of b.f Inning. com- Whispering HIM Country Club *KBxe\ utlve Hoard lam Tuesday ROYAL ARCH MASONS
mend. at the ,InUrmetlon of the each month. Urtober thru May. LINCOLN, MERCURY, INC.
F. Yardley was elected! mcr, chairman for the north muting North boumlarjr, of the Dick Simonet, Pres. Lincoln, Continental, Lincoln
president and J. 1 M! Orr vice- area. The north area raised 78.2 Cape Canaveral I Mtialle Te.t II. T. Walker Sec'y Mra, I I. A. lUtnll. PreildrntSORORITY Clifford Yeder., High Priest Sales Parts Service
Center. and the low-water line of Gill William, Secretary
president and campaign chair. percent of its $17,000 goal. The the Atlantic Ocean; said tnte,. ----. --- Good Used Car.

man at the annual meeting of award which consisted of a replica line section. of point Section being 24;, nn Townihlp the, North U:. ThusvfflcChap.OeEsSe No. 6 BETA SIGMA PHI Meet at Masonic 3rd Wednesday Temple, 7:30 Titvavlll P. M. 1445 W. King Cocoa 634.2382! HONDA MOTORCYCLES

the United Fund of Brevard Coun. of a dead duck suspended houth. Range 81 Kant, : thence and 3rd
.meander In a Northwesterly. direction i Meeting lit AUTOMAflcTTrrANSMISSION HAM'S CYCLE CENTERSNO
ty, held Monday night at Ramoo' by its neck was made and do. along the low-water line :if Thursday 7:30: P.M. MONEY DOWN 3 yrs. to pay
of the Atlantic Ocean 7201900: VIOLET KLOSS, XI Itt.I.T'tJ' HIRAM COUNCIL No. 13. PURE AUTOMATIC
Rainbow Room, Cocoa nated by the Chrysler Corpora. Ml: KingCocoa
feet lena to Quarter8nctlon
more or On..l" 1..1Ih.yl.r .
Beach." (line of Section 15, Town- Worthy Matron I l-rr.l.lrnt. R. If S. M. TRANSMISSION CO. 110 n'PL1z Pin' n lllMAGNOLIA
:Mra. Mary Alice Klttlw, ty.Moeti TITUSVILLE
tion.The .hlp 2V Mouth. Range alla.t.\ ItI'-OIU" R. V. Bake
Yardley \Is base manager of invocation for the dinner llrevanl County Florida< thencerun lot and Snl, Tueadafl 8 P.M ;; TIIF.T.1tlIr8(),( thrIce COMPLETE AUTOMATIC 8al: i-Parta-.KfirvlieAc iiiorloa
McDonnell Aircraft Company.Orr In a westerly, direction along alt. Maaonlo, Temple :Mury .IMnp "...m..l.. Illustrious Matter TRANSMISSION, SERVICE "NeedTwo Wh ,'laT See; UunBone4"MUSICAL
was pronounced Rabbi
by Mor.
Flection I line -
said 1..t.l.ntI
On All Mikes"
/Is manager, program developing ton II Narrowe of the Temple 2,OiiO, feel: more or leei. to the ,\\ '. I.I.' Gill. William, Recorder FINANCING INSTRUMENTS
Went Quarter corner of laid FTb: ETS: -- __
of Chrysler! Corporation.Four Beth Sholum Satellite Beach.r Hcctlon 13; theme South along Indian River; A Collie Iiun.I'reu. Meets 2nd Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. All Work Guaranteed!

other officers were elect- .. the Veet bound.y line d 1ocllon ")1'fl U Masonic Tempi, Cocoa 229 Forest Axe., Cocoa, 636."<< Guitars. Drums. Banjos, Etc.
'ed, and fourteen .'.-'''''''.' 19 to the open watara. of Mo. Lodge No. 90 e- rill HI<;T)11' -.. .
persons were ... l' qulto Lagoon; thence run ttouth- nulp ...n..,. I'rr.tleot BREVARD COMMANDERYNo. BICYCLES SCOOTERSGlb' Fender, Grntscri, Martin,
elected to the board of directors. :0 J' writer! acroai the. open waters F. A A. M. 5,17.7071District, _h -- Slingtrlind, Rogers, Kay.
of Moiqulto L>afnon 111.:SIM feet, Meets 2nd & 4th Thursdays, 7:30: 24 K. T. Mammoth Stock of Sheet Music
Part of the meeting was given i : JtJ: more or I..., to the F.aitern end Masonic Temple I Lambreth Scooters
' over to the annual campaign a. .'".<. ;'" of the Section Old "au 20 TownshIp love, funal 20. locatedIn Houth James H Htewart MaaterW NI.>>. 39 Lacy Ramer, Eminent Command'r *) Schwinn Bicycles GOULD MUSIC CO.

wards presentations. Four corporations I ttI Hang 36 Kant: Brevard I County Frank Harden, Neet'y.Junior 'Florida Nurses Assn. Gill Williams, Recorder New and Used '09 King St., Cocoa, 436-9233
and four employee : ;' Florida, theme continue In a Sal.. and Service
: I -
; ttouth weelerly dlrecllon along '-- -- --- -
groups were presented an award I '1 1J the eouth line. of aald Old Haul a Meets Second Tuts Meet 4th Wednesday, 7i30: P.M. Repairs on All Makes OFFICES'JPLIES _
over Canal 8601)) feet more. or Chamber of' each month 8 p.m. Masonic Temple, Cocoa _
for outstanding gifts in the 1963 ,' t..., to a point located, on the Vryatt's Enterprises, Inc. I'ltis% :tiS'FliZltli a:
In Western end of Olil llaulover. Puhll Health liming, Palm AvenueI'renlili k.t5i. l5'lI. ." ':0.
campaign. addition
23 Individuals Canal .extended which U al..oon Of Commerce .>it I Dnr..th.te. ,. 1t.N. PILOT CLUB I Next to Cocoa High School 632. 6oo I....... eui-'Ss.l:<<
who worked In the Ij---- ---- ..
campaign the P. .trrn.hor.line of Indian Hf.rHarv j uail Mlllncr It N. Tit" tIle 1.n.\lo:
River, thence In a Earl Spencer, Pres. j ONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
/ were given award plaques .!--t!; Houthweaterly run direction airoiu Steve Pantano, Sec'y u,_I'hnnt_ AM _T-SOT3, Mr*. Betty Jones, Pr... --- -.-- We have. a aalfimcu In Tltunvllle.
for outstanding \ .y '* the ....I.r. of the Indian, .
performance.Other .
: open" CZECHOSLOVAK.AMERICAN three (lava tacit week In' heln you with
C officers/ elected Klver ewe feel. more or less to Citizens Bank Building Meeting 1st and 3rd Wednesdays CANAVERAL EQUIPMENT Denite, Chain, Piling Biipiillea, ,\ Mlm -
were: !fm a point on t h... North Chore line Meets Every Thursday 7:30: P.M. CLUBOf 12:00: Dixie Hotel & SUPPLY. Inc. ograph., stapling Machine" ., Steel'
Douglas E. Graves1, chairman of of Merritt Inland: thence meander Titusville Cabinet, Typewriter AIdIng MachInes. -
/ ttouth! ..eaie' >rly, Mouth.rly..nd .
the board Saul Feldman, vice- loutheeaterly along the TITUSVILLE"POST NoT 511 Grannis Ave.Otegitlar Executive Board Monday Rental Sales Service

president E. L. Johnson, Jr.. astern: high water' shore line Before 1st Wednesday REAL ESTATE
of the Indian III..". SJ.200 feet nnoellnRH 2nd \\c treasurer and Arthur T. Snyder OPENS OFFICE Dr. David to a point on thn North boundary t ,. : AMERICANLEGION eeett month. Hall 0 peneec h Tu.hy, TITUSVILLE ScaffoldingtMerritt
line. of Governmentlot Tbu..cI..y and Saturday evening atI
secretary Kovacs has recently opened his 3, Median 4. Township 23 [J p.m. PUBLIC LIBRARY Island, Ph. 404.2093 Joe E. Moore Inc.
Houth Rang 3* Gael, thonc.Ea.t Blavka! Behm
Four whose first term office to the practice of medicine ,
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along the North line of I 1421 Drii Road
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expired on the Board were reelected specializing in obstetrics Kiel, Government Lot 3 to the Harry Teetrlck. Comilr VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I HOURS: -- REAL ESTATE
rait: line of Kectlon 4; thence" Paul Hya,.. Adjutant. BARRACKS 1196 I Improve Your Skills
for a three year term as and gynecology, at the Titus- South along the Kant line of Mocta. lat and flr.l TueadayLffIon Mon. thru Frl. 9 a.m. 8:00: p.m. Complete

follows: ,Graves, Dr. W. Bradley villa Medical l Center. Dr. Kovacs eelS Section 4 to the North. I Hall a p.m. Meets first Wednesday Saturday 9 a.m. 5:30 p.m. In Electronic Technology Real Estate Service
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w cetcornernfSee lion inTownihlp )I each month, American I \\I fO" ftlre In the .phll"
Baker, George J. King, and William was graduated from the 2J Hnuth' Range aa 0.0/ Legion: Hall with Cover. Titu.vill. Lodge No 1962 . tl'"...,,,... flvlil ..r etreirontee. by In' 116 Harrison Cocoa, 634-4933
J. Ursery. Directors elect. Medical University of Budapest. North gnat: line thence of aald Kaat section along 19 the to Woman's Club of or" ed Dish Luncheon, 1 pm Loyal Order Of 'I,aid o.n'mt.ou FLORIDA e ELECTRONIC.'..t"euenlsr, sing al _ _ __ __ '_

"ed for a first three year term Hungary and after arriving in the Northwest corner of the Titusville I L. E. Pepper, Comdr. P.E MOOSEMists TECHNICAL INSTITUTE SEWING MACHINES __
NES'! : of the. : of Paid flec Inc. -
the United States continued his NKS" I Tom Watson Qm. I .
were: J. P. Blumcr Thomas P. tlon 10. thence. South along the 1111 HIM HTrotot.
TBlyth, Jr., R. L. Borum Col. training at New Brlttan, Conn. Went line of the) NE''* of the. Meets 1st Monday of Each Month Tuesday 8 p.m. .'IOHII>\ Brevard County's Only' Complete

S Hospital NEW'! of aald Section 10 to thoIInuthw..t October thru May 1 Mile North ef MIens en U. S. 1 __ ___ dlfl-.IW-..-- _ Sewing Machine Center
George A. Finley, Charles C. of the> NESf TitusvilleCoin -
corner Jlmc\ Maltbie, Governor New Cool Machine
Fleming Jr., John M. Ilett, Jam. tlon,, the 10. NKL thence, of East sail along".c- Mrs. J. J. Condos Pres I Char)*.. F. Jacobs, Sec',. --- --- _ Repalrt;: -Accvianrlt, Drone* :It ntala

es A. Hooper, Kenneth E. New. the Mouth line of thn NEU of ?: ClubMeeta KNOX, VAN DYKE APOi.LbRs CTR.
p the NK'' of Mid le.-tlnn 10 to
Starrick In
ton and J. !M Orr. Basic the West boundary of R ctlon 11. PYTHIAN rr Meet 3rd Wednesday --V. have the floor! plan to ault your Merritt Island Shopping Center
: The nominations were made by At thence. Mouth nlonr the Vest In Thur.ila> Each f amity and the payment plan to mulL Merritt Island, Fli.
AFBLee of each
line of He< tion 11, :JAM, feet lo a \li"nth ..t Ism,,: 1'1. atFIIIOT month 'our budfet. Custom Interior aa our _____
W N. Bowden, chairman of the a point: thence. Rant 2iH"' feet SISTERS I PEltER\: ; Si. H\t |SNOt If'. 4 8P.M. 'Ii peclalty R.,. ua for port, acceiairler. TIRES
: nominating committee, Others R. Starrick aon of Mr. to a pont; thence South JB60 fret Tltu.vlll. Temple 22 1MI HN .\<4">. \\1 Oct. 7i and Inaurance, Financing and .. ___
to the renter' of MeUton .14, :Meela 2nd A 4th Tuea aohliitlon and Main through May :e-'In."rl""' .
e who served on the committee and Mrs. Earl D. Starrick, 128 thence Fait S.'Ml feel t.) thsneater of ,naih month at Sp.m t LaVerne Hardin WYATT MOBILE HOMES ALL SERVICE TIRE CO.

were: T. R. Brown, Jr., G. Denton Smokey Lone, is undertaking South 2610 of feet Section. to the II: thence South" Mrt JonnnyVhltly: :\I.ECI. TITUSVILLE LIONS CLUB I (I'Al.! Pres.-Ph. AM 7-3534 :27O 8. Dixie. Highway. Cocoa. 6.10-1414:
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Clark. Col. Henry Dittman, tao srlercornernfs.1,1 Section :\ Arthur, IVmoml Sect Retreading and Vulcanizing .:
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1IInt-. U.: thence. Bait: :2 flU feet to the Mrs Evelyn Freeman Pianist 7:00: ThursdajsFlotilla I after S p m.
and Robert E. --
McGregor. ,
; fnutheaat corner of sell Section Passenger. Truck
The four employee groups 11. Townahlp 23 Houth. Mange. g. I Restaurant See and Industrial. Equipment
Pu: thence. I
; Southerly alo"1 KIWANIS South Lake
which received awards for high- the Vent line. "r Range 871o.t. CLUBMeet TITUSVILLERIFLE
24.814. onre or I.... to a It G. Benzenhafer Be PISTOL CLUB Ramon's Mobile Homes All Work Guaranteed
est per capita gifts in their respective point on the North .llIhI.o' TU'IdlY'SWHISPERING PresidentJ 11 Rldgeway Ave., Cocoa, 6.362044I4ew .
areas were: Chrysler way 01 the Canaveral Harbor W Meet & Used -- -- --
.* 11.1" Canal ID .ott"o 7.l'ownehtp HILLS Scruggs, Jr., Sec'yN&rth lit and 3rd Wednesdays WATCH REP IR-h
Corporation Orlando Public Utill- 24. wuth Range lIT COUNTRY CLUS Q'' - 7:30 p.m. B lank Financing 1 Day Service ..._
Eest: --
thence :
Rust along the North
ties Commission, and Tom Win. Jet ChllilreI'realdent
Chamber" ef Commerce
right-of-way of said canal. 4.0(10 .
;: tier Glass Co. The employees of feet, more or !I.>.. to the Meet- -ml. N. of Cocoa, U.S. 1, (34-7950 WM. H. BAILEY
era high water line of Banana ___ Tom Or,.. 0 retarr I : BrevardHorseman's North BrenrdR.habilitatlon Watches
Chrysler Corporation ranked the } : River. thenca meander In a MOBILE HOMES Repaired in 3 to :3 days
highest with a per capita gift of "ort h..a.t.rl" direction along B. P. O. E. ELKS LODGE Club I Center
the \Veetern hlgn water line of No. 2113 Meets Second Monday Each Month 421 Palm Street Chronographs or Complicated
: $38.M. the Banana River, IHiiUM r8.1.more 7:00: P. M. Meets 2nd Thurs. every month Baird Mobil. Home Inc. Watches Repaired on Premises
or lese, to the. Intersection I
The four corporations which re- Meet. Monday
with the. South boundary line nfflection 1239 S. Lawrence Parker Pee.. PUBLIC INVITED With Over 80 New and Used 419 Brevard Avenue
ceived awards for the Washington Ave
highest IS Townihlp :33 rTnuth Prei.l W. Lee PartelnSec'y. '
( I Y Phone AM 7-44J4 To Choose From Next to P.O. Cocoa
Range 17 Kaat Hrevard County, e'clock ,
corporate per capita gift were: Florida thence "Katt,: curoe the. Frees Vulplut : ., Mr. Martha Faulk

First Federal Savings and Loan to open the w.t.Interaectlon.,. of Banana of the bait River' Russell Batchelder E., Sec.R. __ Chris Parker, Sec'y__ Phone AM_7-3043! Brevard's Largest Dealer' WINDOWS _-DOORS ----

Association of Cocoa, First Federal l I t ern high water. line of Rannna North Brevard Shrine Club ,.ml. N. of Cocoa U. S. 1, 434-5112 -- -
Savings and Loan Association River and the froulh boundary
line of Section 14 Townehlp 22 Tltusvllle Toaitmasten 3rd Thursday 7:30 p.m. -

:. BusinesS of Titusville Machines. ,and International Jim Rath- the first phase of basic military : ':.th"h" Range evicting 37 Rial North, which boundary la I Meet Tuesday e Meet At 'TLTTITUSVILLE If you have rentalhousing

mann Chevrolet Cadillac, Inc. training at Lackland AFB, MissIle: line Teat of :Center the. Cape: thence Canaveral Bant I .1.: \ 6:45: P.M. ELKS CLUB WINDOWSCoastal
Tfxas. along the. minting l North bniind, \ LITTLE list it in
: The highest per capita gift among cry nf the 'ape Canaveral I MI.. I RUervlewRestaurant 'l Chat. Helter, Pee.. I THEATRE, INC. Supply Co.

these four was given by Young Starrick who joinedthe all line* Teat of the Center Atlantic to the Ocean low water and Frank Darden, Sec'y J itt Tues. of Mo. I:00 p. m. The Star-Advocate! 1006 S. Dixie Hwy.. Cocoa
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: First Federal Savings: &" Loan Air Force on January 5, the nolnt of beginning. contain Orel Orvis, Peas AM 7S7M Ph. AM 7-0343 rrla4alil na FIRST Yh0hNt: Phone 636-2873
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ins 73277 ac' more or le .. ------
: Aisosiation of Cocoa with a per while at Lackland will gain a Take notice and 1,1..rn "ur..tv.a TlTn'VlU.1I.-- -:- VETERANS OF -

capita of $14.71. more realistic appreciation of accordingly, By onler of thc Board I FOREIGIIIWARSN5eeelaea

The "dead duck" trophy pre. the responsibilities which Amtrl of County JOB: \\ICXHAM Commlftalttnere., I Scottish Club P. O. Box Rite 102 See The :Thurxlay. tad I ,\1.a turk 41 Ih @$ 20th CENTURY MOBILE HOMES

tented to that area chairman cans inherit along with the many CHAIRMAN BOARD or-rot'NTT Floyd C. Brown Pre*. Star AdvocateFor mmmli. PRINCESS TWENTIETH CENTURY PACEMAKER

I which produced the lowest per. privileges uf our way of lift COMMIfMIOVKK. r-, John W. Fraser Secy. Your Club OpenS P.M. Dally [ vp t. 10' x 15' Leo I Bank Financing

.. of hIs goal in the 1963 camp along with a phyaical develop. RRPVARO COtNTY I M..te tail T.... lou: II..... 70S Magnolia Ave. Used Mobil Hamea and Equipment
FLORIDA.SEAL JHaa.iil. Tempi Printing Needs! Ralph Scheibel, Commander Open 9 to f Dally Sunday; 1 to P. M.
palpi was presented to J. P. Blu ment program. (r.b.I/ )(Mon.) 1961. Milt Mertenten Quartermaster Rout No. 1 South of Titutvill Ben 543 Coo Ml-2)77Pa.

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Fttrwary 3.W\ TJfv.vlll. <* ....) ............. .... 7
Parkway Loses

2 To 3 3r Clearlake
1j ;

; Eighth Triumphs i I .s'.s't

Pa i k*'ay Junior High lost two I )

of three games thin weekend to t .
Clc..ilikr of Cocoa in the Titus.

vill ItiKh School onm.ismn: '

Weatherman MakesI&iiIi1 Poor Prediction Tin, Seventh gnidi, with .i u, p

'O'd) of two win ,and I t two IOMC, j
have been beaten holh: t times h\ *

C'Jtdilikc: .

((all's Saturday Seventh night Graders Coach were John dofeiled ,

Terriers Beat Satellite Sanford 2921 utter leading thi.'

second anti third! periods f
High point man. was David

Puff] with 6; and Jody Parker Rs a1aM
The weather for the past week scorer for the Terriers with 19 "This was the deciding< quarter throws for 19; \\essingc-r, 3 field( with 4.Pork'aY'1I.

end was warm-the Terriers of points ." Tolls Mid. goals)" :3 I free throw. (for 9; Matt- undefeatable. eighth

Titusvillc High School were hot. After! leading by a margin of "We started picking up at half hews, 2 field goals, 2 free throws Riadui, which has not lost a

Melted to a scorching point bya only six points at halftime, the court, man to man, and then we fur C.; Cowart, 1 field goal, four contest in nny spoil I during the

junior center, the Terriers pol Terriers. started by three consec dropped back into the usual 131 free throws, 6; Comparalo, 4 past two yc.iriivcn, again 42 17Cl

itely yanked the string from the utive jump shots from the corner zone. field goals;, 4 free throws, for 12; I'llIkl't...is held to "i points
Satellite Scorpions Friday night by Wessinger rallied 18 points Scoring for) Titusville were narrowman, 4 field goals, 4 free MI the fist t half while the
T3.34 and then plucked feathers while holding Sanford to 4, Jarrell, 7 field goals, 5 free throws, t 12: Eighth Gradir* tallied 28
from the bonnets of SanforJ:
Leading *'or<'r was Joe Kyle
Seminoles Saturday evening 64.41
with 11 ; Peer Evans, 8. and Ron
to win both of their scheduled Terriers
Play tile Newton' B.
week-end tilts Terrier handling! most of
Pups the lebounl,t duties were Newton
Ray Cowart, who has not played I
liars In Hark, Seraxgs! and
in more than three games: all Sea breeze; Only Edwards
season came off the bench early '
I The Ninth: Graders couched --..'.
Friday night, replacing seniorC'4" 2 Tilts t by Ken ti GIotlfl: lost then second E J. --.i
Maury Roberts and scored Split Six Games Left ,
fame ot I the season 38.37 illei ...... oIii.II .:: 4.i
20 points along with grabbing 10
rebounds The 6'4" alternate is Coach Art Tolls' Titusville High three unsuccessful eves times. BLUE DEVILS: OF GIBSON Shown Itr; second row, Robert Bentley, Alden
Griffith's Junior end, Satellite 4331 and tin/
Coach beating At
Tony end of the
now on the first team, accordingto School Terriers will play only six regular above are members of the Gibson High Knight( Benjamin Bailey Robert Durrinu.
Varsity squad split 1-1 this week losing to Sanford 48.41, game, tin score was tied 31.;.11, 1 I
head .
coach Art Tolis. more parries for the 1963 basketball School Blue Devils Basketball team Lift Mack Stroman, Not pictured arc trainers

"Cowart only scored 6 points Friday night!: on the home season, and three of these despite u chance for Parkway to right, Earnest Pinder William Lewis, Robert( Stevens and David Strozler
Saturday night against Sanford will be played this week to win on i free throw with 2 Eddie Lewis, Clarence Home Charles Mil- ---S-A( Photo,)
but he played a good all-around Pee Wee/ Golf courts, the Terrier Pups with a Tuesday night the Terrierswill sicond-i left. Neither team

game. He hustled 10 reboundsand record of 6.9, were led by Bobby scored in the first intercepted several good Crager and Bradley Taylor who host one of the state's top both stored( four points in the F + a e r
Class A t teams, always
plays along with being an important Tourney Slated hit 11 and:! 10 points respectively Seaoreeze of Daytona. Titusville Ficoml tiy
defensive man," Tolis Titusville scored 10 points in John Ream and( Taylor (Ie 'V
lost to the Sandcrabs 76 50 earlyin
the first period and held Satelliteto Vies soured for the 1'iiutei in f

said.Also playing off the bench and For June 23-24 only 5, and then/ stretched that behind the season only 7 although points at they halftime.were the third and final outimeJodie
margin to 2.13) at halftime
doing a good job, says Tolls, was Friday evening the Terrierswill Kahn was the only Park
Boyd Wessmger. A 6'3" junior The 18th National Pee Wee Golf Also scoring for Pups were travel to Oviedo( for a second wn: > plaver to stole netting two I ,

Wessinger was key factor daring Championships the nation's only Mike Knowles, 7.; David Ward, 6; meeting 1:, after !losing to the points almost keeping th I I'
the third quarter at Sanford golf tournament for hnksters as Mike Brown, 3; Metzgcr! 2; Bow small towners only two weeks rates alive for a sudden math:
Tolls added. young as three, will be held lea, 2; Johnson 2; and Bingham ago. playoff. '' '

Friday night on the home June 23 and 24 at Rio Pinar 2. "I hope) the score Is a little different Lending( scorer for Parkway r 1 r ::4
Country Club in Orlando, Fla, L
Defies 1 t
hoards, the Terriers tooK a com this time commented was with 10 I mtnnCoopii ss
Pee Wee Tourn- at the
according to Saturday right Sanford
10 Jtxlie Knhn 9 Re
manding 15.4 first quarter lead HOthlert Coach. The boys were plainly
ament Chairman Benjamin
left behind the
Pups were trom
boiindtn for the 1'iratcs
and then nearly doubled that Jr over confident mainly just wait. were ,
score for a 29.9 halftime marginSatellite's beginning of the first quarter ing for someone else to do all the Kahn and Cooper,. both with 'H
The annual golfing event, sponsored
Coach Griffith's tram was held
scoring: was evenly work. apiece
the Greater Orlando
divided between John by to 11 points in the tint period
Antoon Saturday night Titusville will
Commerce and Minute
Chamber of .
while Sanford hit for 15. Halftime r
Ralph Evans and Hank Taylor Maid Company features five play Bishop Moore! in the High Exciling Events
with six points apiece score was 30.19 with the School gymnasium
age divisions, separate com Seminoles leading
Ten Terriers reached the score petition for boys and girls. The Terriers lost to Bishop
board with Cowart netting 9 field Age brackets and holes played Taylor's 13 and Crager's 11 Moore in a game: played in Orlando AI! Stale Fair

goals, two free throws, for 20; are 3.5, 3 holes; 6.7, 10 holes; 8.9, points led the Terriers several weeks ago. -------, ---- .-. -.- --,- -.

Jarrell, 6 field goals, 3 (free 18 holes; and 10.12 and 13-11 play. Other scoring were Johnson, Titusville now has a regular Grandstand features will reach GIBSON HIGH DEVILETTES-Members Linda Gantt, Rene Johnson, Geraldine

throws, 1$; Wessinger, 3 field 36 holes, 7; Ward 6; Bowles, 2; and season record of 10 wins and :3 a now high In entertainment of the girls basketball at Gibson High Johnson, Ida Myjand, Ernine Watts, Jean
goals 3 free throws, 9; Matthews, In the youngest Pee Wee age Knowles, 2. lossesBowling value at the Florida State FairIn
.. School: left to right Patricia Watts, Beverly Knight, Jiwnlta Spells\ and Dianne Davis. I
3 field goals, 3 free throws, 9; group, the 3.5 division, five-year- Tampa during the 50th annual I
Alfredo Floris L. S. Young,
Marshall McCullausc
Young are ) ir
Lctz, 1 field' goal, 1 free throw I\
Andrew London Mitchell,
old McConnell Exposition Feb, 4 15
3 points Gantt, Lillian Pinder, Loretta George( L. and D. Sailor, trainer
England, won the boys' champ Following the Shrine Sptttac- -. --- -
Saturday night Coach Tolls' with of 12 for ular on the morning and after.
ionship a score
NewsClassic Demonstration Mr. Lanarls' Dcn Mothers and prospective
squad jumped off to an early 14 three pitch.and-putt holes. noon of opening lay, Tuesday, Cub Scout Pack 312 ;
Den 1 hat the Closing Ceremony new Cubs t t,) come to this Pick
13 first lead and then Feb.
quarter In the oldest Pee Wee division, 4, the first iTewntation' of
Cub Scout Pack will hold! Buter's 9 will
312 and Mm Den
racked the boards in the second Dan meeting and aqualnted, remcmbeilnj
the 13.15 group, Lanny Wadkins, fkenor's Hurrkane Hell ( get ;
for 16; third for 18; and fourth 13, of Richmond, Va., won the LeagueHigh Firestone( over Elk'i, 2.1 1; Magnolia Drivers will take place that eve Its January meeting I on Friday serve nficshmcnls the rule that Cubs!;

for 16 while holding the Semln boys' championship with a rec Liquors over Titusville Auto nine starling at 8 clock. evening/ at 730: The attendance There arc three new Dens must have a parent with!' them
ales to 11 in the second; and a ord breaking" 36.hole 139 on) the individual series: Dick Parts 21; Flooico over Nova MCA diampionxlnp bill car nhbon will be awarded to (ho forming this month, and Cub t
nearly scoreless 4 in the third; 72 par, 6,585.yard Orlando course Moe, COOHigh Cabinet Shop 2.1 1; B & E Shirt automible races will thrill patron Den which had the best percentate unless they get: special permission
muster Gibson Invites
and 13 in the fourth Linda Morris, 15, of Orlando, won individual game: Bob Lettering over GUI Faulk Chevrolet of the Fair on five afternoons of purrnli In itttndince' ( at I the new from thfir.-Den---Mother-

Larry Jarrell was leading the girls' 13-15 bracket with a 151 Borsdorf. 234. 2-1 I. Little's Tavern overT Feb. 5.8 9-12.15: Hit Kist t meeting I'luna will lie

score High team: game: Space PaintIng it G Music 3.0; DudweiM-r Added attraction. while the discussed. ( with the parents for

The Pee Wee Is open to any 964. ov.r! Titusville Tile and Terrazzo, Hurricane (Hell Drivers perform the blue and( Gold anqllctwhl'h
Cocoa No. 5 golfer from 3 to 15 yearsold.There 21 Fib 456 will be the national will be held In Ftbruury
High team series: Liltle's Tavern famed Murad's FREE! FREE!
is no entry fee. Those istercsted 2640, hlun.llm.' Vtnn lout Jerry Harmon! JAr Gibson Is in charge of the t
should contact the nun taulk Chevrolet 44 IK cats plus the incomparable comedy Mrs, Den 6
200, Games: Bill Sasko, 211; 1.ltlle'' Tavern 44 11 ilorpitality; Unity's t
In PollCocoa team of Rex and Cilcno
Cage Greater Orlando Chamber ,of II A E Shirt Irttorlnv :III 27Virglnis has the Opening; the Webclos
F, Kirk, 200; E Koontz 212; J. 'rl.,1< Chkken :Oil 27 Ramer
High moved from sixthto Commerce Nugent, 220; D. DeSlover, 214; T Ppgce*: O 1'.1 M ntlnr u.lo sumo. OS UK J M* The trench aerialist JcannlncPivotcau Poi will put on the First( Aid BOWLING/ & BILLIARDS

fifth spot in the weekly high Did You Know? Dick Moe, 221 ; 206. H Marr, 1..Or.nr. Urocerjr 34 atHudwrl.rr will appear every day the second week of the Fair,
81 (t
school basketball poll conductedby 200; W Anderson, 206; E. An Tltuivlll The T.r..ol2 SI the first week of the Exposition, starting Monday evening, Feb '
the Miami rald, In 1880. Walter Camp, the derson, 217; R Roberta, 206, Nova Cabinet Hhnp a<> 21: A sensational helicopter) trap. ID -INSTRUCTIONS
Magnolia Llquora :JH .11
Miami High, with a 131 record 'father of American football" A. Schnurstein, 211; W. Kunish, tlreitona 3d JftHreeUlov eze act will be an exciting daily Steiner expect to bring upwards
moved into first place. St. persuaded the rule makers to re 207; N. Harbst. 201; R. Pasley Auto Texaco Part 211 25 III 917Tltuivllle attraction throughout the Fair of ISO profcsdonal cowboys

Petersburg High, with 16.1 mark, duce the numbers of players on 216; H. Eorsdorf, 224; C. Woods rake: 218ft Supporting:;: the Thrill Show on < to Tampa. Competition will O :PiaEE LEARN TO :BdVa/VFlLM FOR WOMEN
is in second place, followed by a team from 15 to 11 and: to replace ward, 202; K. Karberg. 212; G. Floorco 14 41f Feb 78.9 will be stars from the ho open to all members ef the ;

Tampa Hillsborough 141, Riviera "scrum' with scrimmage, Breil, 217; D Wallace, 214; R. Sunday Night Mixers Grand Ole Opry Including Porter Itodeo Cowboy Association Tuesday and Thursday 10:30 A.M. Also Instructions*:
Beach, 18-0, Cocoa 182. Miami whereby the ball was put into Kuddlcston, 210 Wagoner, widely.known vocalist, Others eligible will be riders
Beach 14-2, Orlando Evan play either by kicking it or Match results: LaGrange Gro High series: E. Donovan and together with Carl and Pearl But who hold RCA permits which are

15.2, Daytona Beach Mainland snapping it back The position eery over Breedloves Texaco Co, 2122 ler, popular recording artists Issued to novices and remain in 9 FREE FILM AND POCKET BILLIARDS IN-

142, Hollywood McArthur 153, of quarterback was also created 2.1.; Space Painting Inc., over High team game: East Coast The Gasparilla !I'irate Invasion force until the contestant have
and Hialeah 113 in 1880. Virginia Fried Chicken, 2.1: Cowling, 778 Parade with the dramatic and won $1,000 In I Mingle year, a STRUCTION FOR WOMEN. Tuesday and Thursday -"'

Splits converted: Jim Stilson, colorful climax in front of the feat that turn them into pro I 1:00: P.M. First lesions will be Tuesday February .
___ u__ 3.10; John Barnosky, 58-10. State Fair grandstand comes fessionals. This opens the door
)1 I Carl Schmidt Rambler took Monday afternoon, February 10. for any Florida cowboys who I 4th and Thursday February 6th. Second I..:'x':
: ;; : DeMonic's Metropolitan\ 4-0; East Tommy Steiner's R C A. Rodeo wish to compete.

t Coast Bowling Supply had a forfeit opens that name evening and The program will include bucking I song will bo Tuesday, February I H I and Thursday-

e a t td from Lighting By Taylor; E. continues through the final evening hone riding! both bareback February 13. Instruction films In color,
Donovan and Co won 3.1 over of the Fair on Saturlay, and saddle, hull and steer rifling,
Moonland Mobile Homes; and Feb 15. The widely known television bulldogging, calf roping and a

Justice Homes and Badcock star, Jack Lord as Stoncy ranch girls' barrel race FREE "LEARN TO BOWL" FILM AND INSTRUCT
Furniture split 22. Burke, will also appear during Chutes for the riding contents t
Standings: every performance( of the rodeo will be located on the north Hide TION FOR STUDENTS.
Tram W IHI I..t The Tommy Steiner Rodeo. i I. of, the stage in the' grandstand '
Jiutlca K,. Donovan Homca A. Co. 45 M'II II:Jit\\II an official Roedo Cowboy Association infield, with the stage a port -Monday, 4 P.M.. Coquina Elementary students

East lladco Coast Furniture Howling 41 44tfc SI 37\4 event with winners competing able arrangement/ moved back to Tuesday. .4 P.M., Parkway Jr. High students.
Carl Schmidt, Hambler 41 31 for a prize pot of $10.000! firm/ one skle of) the arena The
DvMnnlci Mvtropolltaa 35 41 plus points toward the annual location will release the bulking, Wednesday. .4 P.M., Bayvlew Elementary itud..nta*<
Ifhtlric 55yT.yMr 21 41Moonland
Mobile Hom-a >l 14! Cowboy Championship It will run animals directly toward till
Thursday, 4 P.M. Si. Theresa students.'
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team series 1489 and Marine Life
s Midnight LeagueThere high single game 541 Chutes will be placed on the -Friday, 4 P.M.. River-view Elementary iludenls. -"<

.....,u... u.* !..d race track at the south end of
was no change in the 1118!! Honntrmmt HI: :IIHuxh the grandstand for( the bulldogging .

team positions in the Friday Marine Bavarian I.Iff 47 41: 111:'::1Irld. and calf roping events Con 49 FREE NURSERY ATTENDANT on duty Monday
Midmte Trio League at Gateway ... Hadlttor No. I 41 tflamway sequently the runs will be directly ,
Lanes last week. Steve Langgle Ilrldfn Radiator Lin. No'_ 1 17 21 till 41 In front of (lie atonctsBUSINESSMAN'S thru! Friday 9:30 to 2:30-Saturday and Sunday 5

with a 556 ,series on games of 201, ---- P.M. to 9 P.M.

IM, 199, had little support as
Busch Bavarian copped only one
point. Art Schuerstein's US ((161

214, 180) series pushed Marine
Life to a 2.2 point tie with the SERVED DAILY RIVER LANES
strong B and E Shirt Lettering

41IM1r! Bob Puley's 119 triplicate series, $1.00

CLUB GOES TO DAYTO ATitusville'sTwoWheel cycle cade Saturday, Jim Bassitt, center of tie although support.novel, cave B and E lit upCHANTICLEER \ BOWLINGIndian

r's organization, joined with the "V" shaped cade is president of the Schuerstein's 214 was high
clubs from Cocoa and Mel- local club. Some'30 INN
motorcycle boys from this area attended Plaza
game, followed by Bill Sasko, 211Langgle'a River Shopping
j jat.
borne, and drove to Daytona Beach for the the races.SA; Photo.)
World's in 558 was high series, followed 80S S. HOPKINS 257-7043 Indian Hirer City' 267-711S
Motorcycle Championships a by Schuerst ien's 555,

Bridge's Radiator No. 1 had high

I 0Meaday

.,t I Tlfuivlll (Florida) Star Advstite Monday, February J. W4 JWC Expresses

24 County Firms Get New Slate.. ,.. Thanks For Help Named To Law

Winter Carnival Winds Up With Charters; Four In N. BrevardSecretary With CarnivalAmong the hard working EnforcementSludy

of State Tom Adams vine! filed by John W. Scruggs members of the Titusville Jr.

reports a total of 24 firms were Jr., Box 1768, Titusville. Women's Club art the nine CouncilNelson

chartered in Brevard County dur Shawnee Consolidated Electric young women who made up the

eng the past Meek. four of them Inc, Box 1587, authorized stock door prize committee for the Donncll Director of

Top Entertainment And Proceeds in Titusville, at follows: 100 shares of common of no par Winter Carnival Then were two Technical and Occupational Ed.

Acme General Contractors Inc., value filed Jan 28, dealing la door prizes given away by the ucation at Brcvard: Junior Col.

201 Capron Road authorized electrical contracting business, drawing of ticket stubs.
bun Cover
lege has appointed by
big tusville having a blizzard. Four show that despite the weather tourists in block 100 shares of common of no Incorporators are William! M.
but Floruj.i
Ilavi you ever seen a : sunny snowy Add<-d. to this were 81 carnival ncr Farris Bryant to the Governors
empt: barn transformed into a city: coumil numbers. Ed Kettles, the' monthly bridge club must go along with Shirley Walker par value, filed Jan. 28, dealing Carter and J. Kermit Coble, both prizes that were told for 25 '

lovJv winter wonderland? Well, Bill Walkei. Jim Priuhard. and m Plijnu; the parts. of the fc. plfying their daughter. Bill in building and contracting, In. of Daytona Beach and Curtis Lee cents each in order to raise extra Advisory Council for Law
at the Randolph Nunnally good na- mule bridge players were Dick rpurators arc Louis M. Ray of Futeh of Titusville, filed by J. Lnforcimini!: \ Education;
it wm done Sunday night Lycily waj the down, Doylo money for the Civic Center. The
litusvdlo Marina where the turgidly! acted out an episode of Andrew. Jack Larks, Charlcj Frisbee was the man on skis who Titusville, William Fred Nally of St.Kermit Daytona Coble,Beach.136'-i South Beach name\ of each prize was placedin The newly-created council will
Lakeland, J. D. Sims of Titus ,
Junior Women's Club held their an emergency council meeting Massey, John Nelson, Ralph kept running through and Ron a balloon. and the balloons with the
be charged
\\mter Cal nival. about what to do in the blizzard Powell! Don Simon, Dick Sim- file Boyd was the policeman who vine, filed by Charles E Davis, Mam Com, Inc. 1721 King were sold during the evening.
17'' Last!: Washington Street, Orlando Street, authorized 23,000 sharesof of preserving a continuanceof
The Marina: was a shimmering Eight prominent men citizens met and Ben Storey. arrested him for skiing on the
Mrs. Franklin chair-
Keller the high degree of cooperation
common at $1 share, filed
lit with now flakes hanging came on dressed like women( tu Marge and Jack Freed were ovcipm Jan Van Horn and
j : The I Busy D'. Printing Co., 1600 Jan. 24, dealing in electronic nun of the committee, and the which exists among severalagencies
from the ceiling and snow >scenes> Sheldon brown did a number to other committee members !Mrs\ have
which been
North Washington Avenue, authorized communications contracting: etc., previously
and trees all around with a huge "Tiptoe Through the Tulips," stock 43 shares of common incorporators are William II Mil Howard Fuison, Mrs Ronald created 1 to develop end,

snow man sitting on the stage L. E. Tindall Resigns As Deputy; only the tulips turned to ice of no par value, filed Jan. ler. Walter II Hawkins, David llalconibc, Mrs. G. II Hooks raise the standards: of law onfoncmcnt -

It was the perfect setting for all cycles in the snow Following the 21 dealing in printing business, Ellis and Dorothy Miller, all of Mr. Morgan Neulty, MrsJoseph education In the Stateof

the lovely) gowns worn by the Make skits the chorus of eight snow- imorporators are II G Bcnzcn- Titusville filed by Thomas L. Richards, Mrs. Ned Rust, Florida
t Race For
feminine guests "May" Spot flakes (Winnie Wright Dottle hafer, John W. Scruggs Jr. and Henderson, 302 South Washington, Mrs John Wcitz and Mrs. J. D.
A crowd of about 450 guests Shipe, Vivian Goshurn, Joanne Virginia W. Scruggs, all of Titus Titusville Wingfield wish to express their The council will also work toward

enjoyed tile dancing with musicby Sgt Dob Tindall, of Sheriff the race former deputy Tillman Robert, Connie Skinner, Becky thanks to all of the merchants a standardized academic
and the McIIenry and retired Florida White Donna training program given at two-
the Starlighteis l Leigh W.Kon's; Department, has Mt-Cotttr, and who and
were so cooperative
iloor show which was emceedby resigned from the department, Highway: Patrol Lt. Clyde Piitlo Sandy! Goodkmd) ended the Future Secretaries Are Installed grnerous in helping to furnishthe year colleges' leading to a certificate

Terry Terhune. reportedly to "consider enteringthe and former Highway Patrolmanand .show with a lively: gong and carnival. prizes.. In police training

The show opened with a song Sheriff's Lieutenant Los dance number while members Installation Additional duties will consistof
race for the Democratic ceremonies of the taries Association. spoke on
and dance routine about a winter -, nomination for Sheriff." Richards have attended Demo of the cast threw pop torn: snow Titusville High School Chapter "Friendship in J\SA"\, and Dr. determining the additional educational I.
carnival performed by a cratic meeting of the potential over the heads cjf the dancers. Soldier law
Tindall has been with the Future Secretaries Association, James Ihlliard! director of sec Mims needs of Florida enforcement
cturus dressed to be snowflakes. candidates The musical accompaniment fnrthe outa
sheriff's department since were held in the Citizens Bank ondary education of the county agencies
Follow were several hilarious Dirkhorne)) possibilities for the show was provided by Nola of affording employment
Room with means
Community recently schools, spoke
JI/60!> and worked under the late
skits based on the theme of Ti- Sheriff Jimmy Dunn former job mentioned around the court i'celc, John Ball, Orel Orvis and Frieda Carter, president of the In Polar WorkArmy for graduates m law enforcement

house during the past week has Brian Kilaallen. Titusville Chapter, National Sec Kathryn Ray. FSA Chairman agencies/: and:! aiding; nt the implementation
Sheriff Clark and Sheriff
Ralph been assistant solicitor Cave: the .introduction. Rev J. E. of which
county rotaries Association the a program
Wilson. Following the entertainment < PFC Calvin W. Hutche-
Fire Calls Heavy Dave Pinter. officer. Boatwright gave the invocation will more adequately fill the ex
the snowflake girls sold to billIons
Tindall is quoted as "think. The. prospective list also: in and Frieda Carter president of ion ion of Mrs. Louise Hut isting and future law enforcement
for SO cents each with the
ing" about the race, but as yet elude District 4 County Commissioner flail: nolan. chairman of the the Titusville Chapter National chrson. Minis is currently par educational needs in tins state.

Over WeekendTitusville "haven't made up my mind". Lee Wenncr, Chief money going: toward the Civic lorida Division of Future Sccre- Secretaries Association( gave the ticipating In Exercise POLAR
Center In each balloon was a SIEGE a 12 clay field training A native of It-banon, Tennessee
This odds another to the list Deputy Cyde Dates all well a* ticket for a door pri/c. welcome exercise in Alaska beginning Donnell is u graduate of

Fire Department was of potential candidates for the Hotklcdge Police Lt. Ed Dempjcy Jubt before the entertainment' Oscar P. Smith Mrs\ J. G. Lovan Sr., FSA Jan 30.I'OLAR. Palm Death Junior( College and
.kept very busy over the weekend Democratic nomination for .
started the the Horidj State University Ho
King and Queen ot school advisor, .tbankyou"
and within a 24 hour period they rheriff. So far, former deputy So far there has been no mention / the Winter Carnival were uuwiicd on behalf of gave the school a SIEGE; the largest has served a* director! of the t! 'finical
answered five calls. Cripl Jim Drawdy, who resign of a Republican candidate to
The Queen was Fran I'art. Dies In GeorgiaOscar maneuver to be held in Alaska, and occupationjl education
Number one was at 12:45: a.m. ed from the department to enter oppose Sherilf Wilson. chow sponsored by Epsilon Delta Charter members of FSA Installed Involves more than loouo program' at till! .j'inior' <, college

Sunday when patrolman Arnold and the King was l lr W. G. were Becky Taylor, Judy U. S. and Canadian military since its Inception in September,
Pe-rion Smith 71, retired
Sicins of the police department Young( sponsored by Rotary. Hun. Zimmerman )Diane Carraway, pcrwnml POLAR SIEGE is 1900.
The Indian River Civic citrus grower of Frontcnac ''led .
reported a bruhh firo near the City ners up were for Queen Ilelga Saturday February 1, in Dublin, trances Oversreel! Delorcs LesIc taking place over 2100 square lie Is a member of the Florida
railrcad tracks on Tropic Street. Clark sponsored: by Boeing Wives Janice Mazzare\ Linda miles of wilderness and be the
Ca.., following a long illness.lie Vocational Aswiuation. the
Chief Brown said that this fire Club and for King Jets Inlire Futch. Pat McGinnes Linda first cold weather test of the Association
ida Industrial E luc ition
Association Name
set Is Adopted Kiwanis. resident of the Front Warren Kathleen Thomas Jill !
was apparently by someone sponsored by was a Army's new Infantry brigades the Florida! Association! of
and that it could have been ser It seems the Itotary and KiwanIs enac area for some 50( years. Fortier Diane Chaff, Linda organized last year under theArmywide Local Administrators, and the

ious because nearby was a storage The Indian liver City Cham work to start as ioon as moneyis hail) a little friendly rivalry going Smith was a veteran of World( Sechrest, Lana Hutchinson and reorganization of National Society of Training Directors -

area for old oil tanks and ber of Commerce and Civic Association available and weather permits and the two wonderful organizations War I and a member of the June Crabtrce combat units.Ifuteheson .

drums of the Texaco Co. has voted unanimouslyto The) membership voted to buy raised over Jtoufl, Frontcnac Baptist Church.
change the name of the organ. 50( folding. chairs for the building, each for their candidates. FSA officers are Joan Arnold, regularly assign

Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital ization to The Indian River City and they have been placed on It was a memorable evening He Is survived by his wife Mrs\ president; Judy Zimmerman, ed as a maehmcgunner in Com 1002( and received basic
reported a small trash firo at Civic Association as recommended order Willie Smith, Cocoa; two sisters' vice.president; Millie Shealy, sec pany C, 4th Battalion of the April
and the dance Jackson S. C.
noon which was quickly put out by the board of directors. The was a great success Mrs, Edna L. Smith, Hatticshurg:, rotary; Ellen Eisenhower, treas. 172d Infantry Brigade's 23d Infantry training:: fct t Font(
It's still too attend-
to know solder
by the fire department. There change will be effective Mayor\ Ed Kitties of Titusvillc early !Miss\ and Mrs. Mary\! Powell urer. at Fort Richardson, The l 19.yC'1Pf rcll !(
as soon
just exactly how much School.
was no damage. and Jack Sihwelnsbcrfi, executive money Cocoa; and a stepson, Curtis E. td: Titusville !High
as incorporation papers can be was was made but it Is known entered the Army in
of Titusville C of C .
manager Pickett, Frontcnac.Services
At 1 p.m. a call was received completed and approved. Action attended and commended the or that the money made from the

that i small chill was sinking In came at a meeting Thursday fianUation: on its program of act dance and the contest went way will be held Tuesday I If you have rental A La Marick Salon \is alu'au .Incur: you!
Plans for the talent show and over expectations and the Titus at 3:00: p.m. at Smith Chapel with
a mud pit at 12 Mantor Avenue. DAYTONA BEACH
kitchen remodeling were discussed ville Jr. Women's Club will Rev W Itardm and Rev. Chan MELBOURNE COCOA ORLANDO -
When the trucks arrived the child Twelve new members applied be housing, I list it in
at the business meeting. It was for able to present to the Civic Center C. Carrett, officiating. Interment
bad been saved by the neighborsand membership the organization
it was learned the child! ,had decided by the group that the and many more arc expected building fund a sizeable .cheyk .twill bo, to LaGfango Cemetery, The Star-Advocate! I TITUSVILLE Open 9 am to 9 pm Monday

apparently boon playing near an fire place in connection with said to join soon. worth remembering. ,-' WSmith/ Funeral Hone in charge. Through Friday. Saturday 'Til 6 pmTWO

area where a lake had been filledin remodeling would remain with Robe: J' tzke entertained ))II -----------

when /lie began sinking. With!' lively according music and

New ArrivalsAt everyone joined in singing many Phone AM 7-1511 Titusville Shopping Center -.m
At 6:28: p.m. the department
fainilir faavoritcs ;
\v IS called to 1829:! Whispering JP HospitalNew Refreshments Store Hours: 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M: WONDERFULWAVES
were serve ) and r
Hills Road! There' they found anvverht'ated
: spice heater. There arrivals at Jess Parrish Bound! a!\id color film of rill the .

was no serious dim age. Memorial Hospital, via the stork, Atlas launchings was shown by +

for the period January :25: and 2i! Paul Wiley, program chairman IindselJ& ,

A light pole fire was reportedat were as follows: It
3:10: a.m. at South Lake Vii. 3 3I. AND BOTH
January 25 Gen. Carter Suffers
I and
1Ige upon arrival firemen
A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. .
found a small grass fire aroundthe Hcart AttackGen. ,- .. ARE ON
Donald Brown, Titusville Trailer
pole f'" i
Court weighing 6 pounds and 0 Ellerbe W. Carter was
Chief Brown said that even {1
ounces.A taken to Patrick AFD Hospital
though:;: the department was kept
busy no serious damage occurr daughter Deborah Fay, to this morning following a heart QrJ yp
ed. Mr. and Mrs. Haskell White, 31 attack. The seriousness of his I. 'ty r Cy Limited

Christmas Hill Road, weighing 9 condition is not known at press I I
pounds and 1 3/4 ounces. time. / ,, Time a '

Denial Health A son, Dennis January Van 26 to Mr. and ( N ,>. \ Only r

Mrs. James Edward Johnson 165 1 ENVELOPES Business Sizes \\W -:- .

Work\ Sun Road, weighing 7 pounds and Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp : t SO
UrgedThis V4 ounce. for nailing. lull stork at Star. J

Advocate. HURRYLa
is 1964 Children's Dental r "
J a .. (: t
? \
Health Week in Titusville (
'. Iv; .

officially Ed Kittles.proclaimed so by Mayor Drive in and hank I 9'i'" Marick r t

In the proclamation. Kittles I II ''Z. \ Style }

pointed out that many citizens WilliSpeed II UitfW14 Permanentsamorrg

are concerned with the preven \

tion of denial disease: and that c, A a

early preventive measures and LAnd I \ / the icoild's \
/ \
education of youth can aid in finestPETAL ,_

preventing a large: part of the In. ,

cidence of dental disease, especially I d t t : .. :' ,
tooth i
decay.lIe 1 PERM

urges: all citizens to join In I' ,._ y WAVE 6 9 5
Ease! ..,. I ,
tie observance of this special :I Comparable value, $15.00

we'k and do what they can to

cnecuiaee: dental health measures I rU I )
Save lime and troubla by b
1V 4t. Prescription Formula USP Lanolin 1Q95
of drive.
ut taking advantage our
TttutvilU ( Florida) Stir Advocate ? I Comparative value, $27.50

t in banking servlc Just drive ; "

i.....bU.h... laxePubl6aed Ii complete withconditioning Other Waves Priced
t in and let our friendly courteous f I
from 12.95 and
shampoo up.
MuoiUytil'ri'lui.vlllt tellers serve you quickly I
tnir-*'. 1'I personality cut and set

& The Ivucati Bulldln atar,-Adrocal.*Inn.At t and efficiently. I I II I

SS Main .MirntTlluivllU. n.. I Nit. Owl Special

rt.rlee. '-MtUHKKlIr>.. !.t.I.<...1.11... Try It Soon You'll Be Glad You DidA TONI 1 5 to 9 P.M.*

N.II..I l.lllorUI .l.se.lallua. M.nl; ., ;-Jt fin FRill With each wave .

II FULL SERVICE BANK ..J TODD celebrities a bottle .f La Marick All
Mr Henry. Olsen 8.Hu.l.on lluilnon.Pr.V.p. Not The Oldest Not The Largest: But The DESTI! : )' ; Purpose shampoo. AND
Knbert II lluilmn, Hecy-rr. free conditioning treat

....ood-Cl... pottage paid at Titus. .. u seen In IDEMOIsLLLE.\ Lilt soft subtle striping, mitered moot I
10,1.1. Y''f"'C bodice trim, 1 leather accented belt Celanese Forlrsl pohnter

fiery. H. Hudson Fubllihir 'ir. and Avron rayon Green, Hue or pink predominate. Right., tri.tune.
(0..11 H. Hudson ludlmr:
David Dunn Advertising, 14itWilliam .. First National Bank ,;:: heath, buttoned oak pot Vet, eaty-nlirted. Crisp, pupils "f'yCelineM o BEAUTY SALONSPhone
Q. Lytfly ClrcuUUoB M t
Fortrel polyester and Avnl rayon. Crown//\\xift, ni !/ .
ubCLrlptlon,- 'Rate* ST i 4 blue, ronf/pmV, olive'pal' grern. Both nilnnr-xa.lublc, star AM 7 6555

By Carrier In North Br....rd TITUSVILLE FLORIDA gar+kn fre>b. Sites 10-JO.:: ICIUJCI Titusville Shopping Center
1 rr. 9t*> t Ma. solo i Me. $2.00
in Florida Washington and PIne Sts. : e..1.001. ( i* ..,...1... e.a 11.98LADIES'
By e JU. ".60 I MOo '2.00 Member Federal Reserve System '
2 Tr.rr '.40' -
and Beauty SystemP.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. FASHIONS DEPARTMENT Sout Largest Leading
Oulil'1* Flarlda
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\ Nosing :StarAdvocate: v Tu.i
1.14: a.m. 7,22: a m .:
1 1'26 p.m. 7:51: p m
Th Vole of 25.000 North Brrrard County R.sld.nU
(Br Bob Hudson) WtdrwtcUy, Fob. S

Cuitis Barnes told Bill Lyerly Stctlol'l' B "TITUSVILLE,'FLORIDA"MONDAY. FEBRUARY'3 19i4 Psge 1 i-n 2:07: a m 8U: 1111I O/Yum/
\ | __ : 16 9 m 8,43 p m
Hue other day that they mightboth

I'' cUed fill had be a "s a bald port.long"headed way to but go\ to that be Channel 24 Groundbreaking, North Brevard Branch YMCA I 1Wal I

You see a "sport" has a hard -, ,. .
Up and white sidewalls Curtis\ TV Teacher Auditions SetAs Organizational Meelina Held 0111III's back In (lie hnr hard trw do it '!..I'bl' lorni.' of

qualifies/ : but Bill hasn't changed floss: again: after suffirin' a real >cw has n gust: Jut( black to the white tide walls. plans move forward in the schedule for prospective ETV Ion Office Orlando). Qualified An organizational: meeting was Supply Officer and! James line apse from that d development of Channel 24, Central teachers will require two weeksof teachers interested In trying out held Wednesday, January 29, at Juven'le Counselor of I linvanl niuiny\ : Them bugs is harder to this nnosipjpir an' tell us what, \

The prim lady had finished! her Florida new educational "Intensive on-camera try- should attend this meeting to the Citizens Bank downtown Ti County, were selected as rcprcsentatlve shake" off than a cockle burr yew think would'" help tew improve .
shopping, Now she stood at the television "school of the air", announcement outs," beginning March 2 and have the auditioning procedure tusville with a Urn number of speaker, available to on a collie duwgs tail I thaut, this: l ilhhu3 hun.
supermarket checkout counter is made of groundbreaking ending !March 13 In the Orlando and schedule explained and to receive civic'minded citizens attending.! to civle, church and other local I while I was sniff in' on some of An' now fer some more cheerful .

and unloaded a quart of milk, ceremonies at the stat studios of WESHTV (Channel 2)) an application form. initiate a North Hnvnrd) drive groups to explain the requ rementj that oxygin that 1 saw a whole ( news 1 think Senator Parrish

a dozen eggs, a TV dinner six lion site and of competitive aud from 700.1000: each evening. Auditions are open to qualified for a branch of the YMCIt ,\. and necessity for rst.il. crew of men rUanm up them U mitey rite about not plckin' a
cartons of cigarettes, hand lotion, itlons of television instructorsfor Teachers will audition for the new teachers in the nine counties financially was decided tint t the new Y lashing a Branch of the YlIl'In trash piles in downtown Tlilyvillo, fuss over the University site
expanded programming. Channel 24 course offerings would he called "The :North Die, Northern Brevard County .
suotan, face cream, work gloves, supporting ETV for but sinceI! I .got: back I kin plainly lidyville an' all Brevard County(
knitting needles, flashlight! batteries Groundbreaking will be an which, will be broadcast in addition Central 'lorid.-l1.rnard, Hag yard Branch YMCA The proposed Branch will b" lice It wax jist a dream from "stands tew gain a heap iffen its
event of February 28 at 10:00: to current courses in Spanish ler, Indian River. !Marion, Orange An Interim steering committeewas established us a Fainil> tl'\| Unit stuff t was smffm', located! west of here in Orange
six two !;:
( glasses, magazines .
in South Orlando mile science and American history
a m one facilities
Osceola, Seminole, SUI1tel' \- Y" and those local
and the latest hit record elected to servo a* the con. Why, when I walked past one County an' its a mite) big tax
'1 west on Oak Ridge Road (adjac andolusia, 8'allilhle11I he utilised Initial.
ij bhe paid her bill and went out tart point for Interested North of tpeihul junk piles thatI load off us folks In this County
ent to the Mid Florida Technical A briefing session and orientation Y my
is the
schedule start
The auditioning as l ly to programo.A ) .:
' retard\ County resident who
costs much tow. Hit fits rite in tew all the
"Food so
< grumbling, Institute, ) The public Is invited to meeting of all prospective follows see every day one a thorn
: will be 1.1'11')
are anxious and willing to assist moiling/ fer lliii whole
the far. future
wonder plannm'
these days. attend the ceremonies. television teachers will be held big: rats walked out. shook bin
Preliminary Auditions: in obtaining the V facility 21, 8.00) at lhe fit 'iff dont think
rich!I" riury pin area and in yew
liters are getting Following closely on the heelsof February U at 4:30 p.m, in the paw in my face an' says, "tfftn
School March 2: Elementary Social Bert Mclntcnh TltuS\ tile attorney 'wrens Hank of Titusvillo and, all that makes sense, just stick around -
will be Rock Lake
groundbreaking new? Elementary yew duet kwit ritem about us
Studies and KindergartenMarch was elected! as steering! !! InUieMcd risulcnti of) North \ another ten and see
In years
Feel like you'd like to get teacher auditions According to Cafctorium, 408 N Tampa Ave. In the newspaper wier liable to
3: Junior High Science committee chairman With Mc'Intosb ItiTvanl County tire InviteJ to at what Maybe I kin makeit
You might Edmunds ETV Director for to the happens
better condition \ Al nue (adjacent Orange start gnawln on >IT feet t an'ew'U 1CHEVELLEI
(grades 78)) Vernon Jansen, N\S\ tend. if fen I kin shed of these
check the local high school gymnasium Central Florida, the auditioning County Board of Public Instruct- ) be walkin' urmiiul hereon .
March 4: Content Area Heading them rats don t
Bern bugs cr
in the evenings knte-s" Domed If
it's open World Civilization Program Is Started yen theymot
(grades 48))
/ and on the weekends forth biz muff tow do It tewI git: me.

purpose\ of offering physical Explorer I Merrily March March 5 6:: Elementary Elementary Music Art Urevard( Juniur Culll'hat!: weekdays: at 6:30: ant over} I see where the boys down in be seem' Y'ull
There are WESIITn.lytnn! l UoachOr Unkle Fud
exercise facilities. been singled out for praise
March 9: American History Koky Reach It starlin' a iliun !
two fine lighted tennis courts its participation with four other Undo [Sr. ISIcc suul the project
(&grade; 11)Mar'h ) up campjin If jew have any HAPPY I
n'i it be summer soon and the Traveling In Space 10: high School Human. junior colleges: Daytona) Bench is the result of thin pooled clfnrts link, fillers, maybe yew kin tell!
Central Florida \VisilTV: the five junior mlliKs
swimn;ing pool will be open It lea and Conversational French Junior College us how jew did It. Maybe we nit BIRTHDAY
and there'a're other facilities level Junior College.: at Ocala, St. Johns : HCUS. and.I the I1' >
(elementary ) low take plcktimi of these (lorn
NASA's "Spaceport News" rocket which will produce some River! Junior tollece at Palatka Kiluidtional: Television lin.ua, Tuesday, February 4
sores an' put em In the! nrnmopupt
Plans are about ready on the List week ought back memor 160 million hoist'power at liftoff Final Audiliantt: and Lake-Sumter Junior College,: sion eye Ruth Frail
phyical fitness room to be add ies to "old timers" in the space from Cape Kennedy !March 11: Finalists In Elementary in an educational television The course will bo preserve',I 'r, That sins very Joocl: l puhlirlty Uicndj Glenn

id on the north side of the gym. program. Social Studies and Science course on world. civilization on the E1'V Commission! vidio!" ) for our town but iltrneiliffcn ? Mis L C, Stewart

The plans call for the north wall An article "Granddaddy Satel "Explorer I was launched at H Dr. :Myron Bice, Tallahassee, tape for use by other Institutions.. its ennny' worse than haxln'folks Mrs Melvin Stadia (
U be completely blank, so that 10:48: p.m. EST Jan. 31, 1958. March 12 Finalists in Reading, Florida Insti throughout Florida thruughKid's shirin' at rni every day of j
lite, Explorer I, Still GoingStrong" : director of the \ : when Lynn Cameron
i it will form the basis for two or told of the launching of It rode atop a Jupiter C rocket Elementary Music and Art tutc for continuing University Dr nice said their lives an' wondcrln' Wednesday, February S
dreadful fire mite start an'put
throe handball courts.A the famous "first" and how it is using a special fuel to raise the March 13: Finalists in Amorl Studies ( HCUS), said a two- The Idea for the joint project sonic nvali: Wager: t
out of bi/zness! main
cm er
thrust to 83000 pounds After .
still traveling. The article follows can History, Humanities, semester course: In world civil originated at a thrpp day con Donna Mae
man went into an insurance : orbit was confirmed, the satellite French and Kindergarten Uatiun is the first in Florida In ferrnce on the use of}f educatldnul! ('r maybe kill some Innocent person Clifford Duly Smith
office to have his life Insured. "Remember when teachers explained began what was then con For additional information, which a group of institutions have television held In Tampa during ,
"Ride a bicycle?" the agent gravity by simply telling sidered a big loop around the contact the Educational Television worked together in planning and, November The conference wasco'spssnsored Yew just t think! It over, folks Mrs Mrs James Pete Snuwdm
Earth. for thl'irjnjnt by FICUS and the* Is this (the way to build a better, Tilpp
Box producing a course
asked students, ill that goes: up must Office, P. 0 271, Or (
healthier, cleaner ? Michael l Knight
Southern Regional! : hducation: safer city
lando (phone Cherry 1 1-4651. Ext use.
| "No." answered the man. come down? "It went out in space to 158S ,- 5)). The course is being telecast Hoard. lots of wonilirful folks art tryln' Gloria Manning
.2 mles and then would sweep
Drive a car? "Well, six years ago tomoirowa ,
back near the Earth to within
t No""Ptrhaps team of engineers and scientists
?" 223.7 miles It now goes( out to
you fly mnst of whom now work
the for NASA at the Cape and at 1,011.6 miles and back to within MALIBU SUPER SPORTS by CHEVROLET ;
"No. No. said applicant 212.5: miles of Earth,
_". the Marshall Space Flight Center .
Nothing dangerous .
sent up a 30.8 pound satellite "It was sent up to detect cosmic u11! I"'r' "
The agent cut In, "Sorry sir, 1mpactJ .
and micrometeorite
called I and they'restill rays
lie said, "but we no longer Insure this
pedestrians." waiting for it to return Significantly, very 4 d I
'They were joined with the first satellite made an import

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory ant discovery as it orbited thEl1't1
The Star-Advocate Is receiriing \. < in carrying out the launching It is credited with finding .
from local residents the com the Van Allen radiation belt 1M 1

;niuity} attitude survty forms' as it orbited at up.,to( 1H.50O jiulas.
fsint out through thl"newspaper "It-u ni'1he first'one sent up per hour, al tNuee I
NrJ ly
by the United and has
January 24. Many others have
[te.n mailed to the Jaycee box traveled about 23315 times "The satellite has exceeded! : .. t I

V/u're tinning the ones we get around the Earth, covering some all expectations Scientists,

4e( the paper over to the Jaycees. 775 million miles. figuring a decay rate based on
"Exporer I Is expected to Sputnik information( said its
And we've ahead/ offered to r lunge back into the atmosphere wuuklnt last over five years." f
print a summary of the returns, and burn in 1966 eight years ( 1i 'darn. i in
if the Jaycees so desire. This is I
alter launch. Four laterit
their project and the returns are is the U S.years will have ENVELOPES Business Sizes j ri
their property But we offer this American hoped astronauts on the Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp) : i 1t 6.. isa(4 .,
for mailing Full stock at Star. 1 1
spryicc, if the organization so de
:vireo. moon, using a giant Saturn V Advocate Office I

"I've spent_nearly U 000 onthat I

girl's education," complained Brevard Lumber CompanyREADYMIXED"INTRANSIT

an aggrieved father, "Mid here
she goes and marries a fellow CONCRETE i

with an income of only $$500 a I Building Material l 9 Lumber 4 Paint f Hardware

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up. .

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: tation-amml'ter, oil pressure and,. water teinj*'nature gauges, elx'cial! I whieltrmrt' that: define the highly maneuverable ('htveIe115ineh ) .

I FHA Improvement Loan Bright metal console panel with\ either utterly 4-''P''cJ. etick shift or wheelbase, I iChevillt it smaller than the: Jet-:arnooth ; ufjr.. r,

L Powergli floor-mountui itr.iiKht-line shift. Chevrolet, bigger| : than, the popular Chevy II, and fits beautifully n....*' .x'',p ,
\' r4 Thl It Clio easy way the PERFECT way to make Under the hood Lots of choice Two Sixes-stumhiid! l-O l .hp and Utvuin\ them i j
the necessary repairs, to modernize or enlarge i
? your home or opartm.nt. You can g,l the money optional 155-hp'. Time VB's (from the tandircl 283-cu.-in, Actually, about nil that's nut auper( about these :\

l! now a and th.n low monthly payments job up to (you're Fowling it .right!) 327-cu.-in.. Try this S3 (oupen and Convertibles U their price! And therv'8 I

one to flatten out hills'! much more to find! out about them, the only right way
d rr Some! mighty nppcaliru options') too. Electric tachometer take it nil in is to drive one. Your Chevrolet deafer :},

1' ltrlctlon rr.iraxiv, "inured metallic brake lining, take care of that, too. 4gAwsaleraaY4..1.,, "'

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; K AND ORDERED> : at TltJl- I".r. title fall to 'do lo a /lirfoiio
'' MISTER ri.(COL'vTYxlr' ton Bit 1'':. I vllle, Florid, thl. lTth day of Jinmry le and Ikerit lloa'In/ will be enter.!
It A. D. 1W4.Circuit .. to and said cauie ..himPVlTVi:83
'iv ('n UII":? "', J(O. roll ( Court Heal real property .Iluate In the
KVIT rein invoHtr CUKTIS R. BAKNC9 County of Jlrevard. Stale of Flcr'Ida : my hand ,
Puzzle 'CARL II. BCKEUKKMAN. Clerk Olroult Court to-wlti' : of laid. Court al Tltu> e
Crossword Plaintiff, I Bnvard County, FloridaBy All Of Block 10, lyl"Nf ",.,and H. Cuunty Florid., thl t
MART Bertie HallDeputy : JanuaryAU 19U.
Rf.l.V'Aada.o'n".1. ,
ELlJEA'BETH: : : Cleric (Court S..I)
a MAN, Moore and Amarl Florida recorded In Plat Book Curtla R. Barnen
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1.Trick48 c : Cocoa Beach, Florida Brevard County, and for Brevar.l (
takers: .elne a r { f a y. ( t tf 174 Cromwell Road, -Attorney. for Plaintiff. The nature of the lull U to remove 1.lo.ld.
DOWS 10. LllI'hte. e t L I Atlanta, Georgia Jan 20, 27 Feb 3, 101M( on..) 1M4.! certain cloud from and toqul.t Hy! Bertie 'Hall
carte titleto
A t o n i You MARY ELIZABETH HCHEU. and to confirm PUIntUW Deputy VlekRichard
; trklah 1. Become bed- S M A I ''L IN ERMAN: are hereby notified that a the above described property. R. Swann of
&er vt.tble atead A'' Hill of Complaint far Divorce bas iv THE rrncyiT VOTET br THEM The! name of the 'Court IJ which SWANN ft SWANN
Thin put '2. A bunch 21. Subdue S u uof been l filed against you knrt you are rii Jii>t required to serve a copy of your AM: FOR IIKK\tKI IOLNTV. Ninth Judicial IT Mouth Magnolia A'.M
of :25.Thou- Clroult Court of the I
halr 3.Orgnns sand F M A H s Answer or Pleading to the mil of tf.OKIIM.IV Circuit of Florida In and For Urev Orlando Florida,
back hearln A A L N5 tI Complaint on the Plaintiff At. '('II "NCIR'Y: In i ''cj"fri( Jan. 20 2?, Feb. 3, in \
.0. A eloping 4. Outdo 2T.Of the a Aedge i torney. .fI. ItemMARVIN' TI.Cabbreslated of ;
\ Flnnill" ,,\polllo ., Moore and AmarlAttorney. B. BEST andN.UUON IIT Mirvln B. Beat and Mirlon I C. ( t

t2. So.:Am. seaport Peter "film.,', A....... O. Box. at..211.nd' LawP. :and C. BENT: his wife, neat hi. wife, and, Wallace all B. Dunn wife.'Plaintiffs I See The :
and Francea C. Dunlao. I
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river Sailing WALLACE B. DOLAP andFKA.NCE3 8. Darby and
tr% t t5r" 1 I vi. Jeial.I
13. Pnlnted re.cp" ground 34. orunk$ I ,r tile fha. original Answer or : C. LiL'NLAP, his wife. -Darby, hli wife Def."d.ntLTh.
excavation.: ) s Pleading la the office of th. Clerkof Plaintiff Star Advocate :
y real
Infor. property
arch 7. the CI.cu1Coun of the Ninth "s, description of the
14. Ta lmlJlWt l11aUon I11lnlng 38. construe16. % Judicial Circuit In and for Brevard JE33IE!: "8. 'DARBY and Involved In this suit li ai set

On the 8. strict 29.nth c. lion l County. Florida, at Tltu.vllle. norIda. --- DARBY, bit wife forth above. For YourPrinting I
9.GenuS af .It'lPI'o material on or before the Zl.t day of pefendanti.oTrr You and each of you are hereby(
ocean .nlitb 37.Withers February. 198(. If you fall to do 10, > Its Hi ir
17. Caress, tunlcateS : Judgment by default will be taken TO: JESSIE S. DARBY and otherr.drfeneivleepleadtngr.nertsalit: '
'&1 a pet 11. Strap for 31.'Vim 41. Correct ; against 'ynll for the relief demanded DARBY, hla wife, If living;, and If caura with the Clerk of laid Court Needs!
18. PnrlMh a dog 'perchel 43. Femal. nltf ; r < !In' the( Bill of Complaint. tend!. their unknown heir. .t law and serve a copy thereof. upon I
directors I This notice shall be published once _devhees:. I........ Iranteeb. .scum.T'M Richard R. Swaon of Swann -
6! ; 7 tlof
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20. Elder son ,

Little h1d! y 10 ; C// t.3T I i.i7 a I IIs PONE WRCN3 SUPPER TUESDAY r HAVEN'T' bONer


matlon Il IT SUPPER... i'OHONBH@'BMADI WHAT?!. JI "...2 FORGOT HER Yl7U 'jr

24. Alcoholla\ B/RTHP/ .. j -_ l l.I
beverage 1+ I h+ 110 "Remarkable how you always manage to find money MIv3
2G.Splgot for every need but MINE!" 1r
18 I 9abbe .
28. Senior: 1 II

30.Diseaso of p 25 I1
chickens I spotless home, beautiful meals her' in November and asked LA .
32, itember ot bt Lba f 1v I3S. 'and she even shined her bus- her not to send the check as I I ,

Slavic .u 35 $0 I hana'i) shoes. Yet he showed no now have a good Job. int
Jtj J.! jAj it
.Houses tribe ofworship appreciation whatever. Your She sent the check:'Anyway'', O I IJ I Iy u -

SS jp 31 j8 reply was interesting.' You but it was not cashable: hecause '

38. Also 41 said "A man doesn't love a woman she! did not sign it. Now I need 1 1
39. Dime with !y4.Oct. because she's a fine cook, your advice on what to do. ShallI > a
: :Eng 4t\ 4S 44 I and expert housekeeper' or a tear the" check up and write to: raC'
first-rate shoeshine girl and tell her what 'have I ISN'T
12 Apostles 46 r IT 1u, MAT COMING IN AND IT TCO-
L1!>> HO-lSE
44. Originate : can hire these servlcs. You done and why and ask her' 1WIR51'wtAT AW1lY/A0.D ME TEN MINUTES TO FIND MV A -

4J.: 'Expunge f/7 41 46 V//. added "the woman who can not to send another one? ShallI DO YOU PO WHEN / 'COMING OUT OF THE SMTO3BEKV .'

4dAtuntedAnimate V/ r// make her husband feel that he ask the bank to send t{40 check YOUR WIFE SETS i RACK, W
7-3 ?
Is her hero has it made." back to her? Or woknd it be

I would give anything in the best to do nothing and' let her > I" J'

world If I rould do just that discover that I did not cash the

How does a woman make her check' 1

husband feel like "her hero?" She's a very fine woman and'
A ANN Please answer ,in the paper. I I would not offend her for the

could use the advice, and I world. -- QUANDARYDear
know others who could it' z a r
k. use /
Quandary: This is a toughie -
1 Sr
He Might Ring Twice UNAPPRECIATED: because a gift calls for a I

thank you note and it .would be'

Dear Also: How. did you treat senseless to iay thank uu 'for-a

the fellows you dated when you check 'that is 'not cashatfb. So --

Dear Ann Landers: I am a office la spite of an ulcer opera. wanted to make a wonderful impression my advice is to return the check, HILDA LIKE! NEXT EVERYONE TIME WAIT ELSE INLINE I 1

sociology major in o i. state' .tlon. and a coronary : ? Test your memory, explaIn 'how you 'feel, and ask her DUDIEYl PIERREM(
gel- Klddo pnd' rcplay-the tiffr: not to send another '- tILDA! OTTO'' IT'S
uni\1* ly. My fiance li Last night Larry gave me you ,

(ting a degree in business admin Home shocking news. He said You! laughed at his 'joke, PAYDAY( Sts ,

istration. We will both graduate that years of observing his built him up when he was down Ann Landers' 'frank and 1n '

in June and we plan to be father has persuaded' him that and made him feel special and formative new book "Teen-Aders GIOa I

married in July.Larry'a "'I.'Rlth'doe. not bring content- Important. You treated him, and Sex" ($2.95)), is now avail 1 I''

merit or fulfillment. He wants no with courtesy i and respect, and able at your book store.
father is a highly :successful : ..
part of the sweat blood and you waited ;until you were Ann Landers will be glad to ) ,

businessman. Although agony of business. Larry announced alone it you had some drlticisnrT' '''help you with your problems :

he has built a financial empirehe that he Is going to be a you Just' had tA get out. :Send them to her In care of this cz I0

has not taken a vacation postman A successful marriage I is nota newspaper, enclosing a stamped,

since 1052. Larry's fanner still le! outlined the' benefits of a gift, it is an achievement.'Trteeffort self-addressed envelope. Rat.aV 1.3

puts In 12 hours a day at his 'civil service Job 'no preosure, and energy that a-woman *:

lot 'of fresh air .and walking putn'into her marrlag ':'is like ADDING MACHINE ROLLS onlj Ul gANG DON'T YOU I'LL' SAY, MR, ., ANDAVEI7y'ROMANTIC

.', 'a good pension, and plenty of meney' ')n the bank.'; It begets 25c each at the .Star-Advocate lID THINK I'M ABERNATHY I I
time 'for reading and contemplating interest In the form IOf strength, BANG '' r
his novel. confidence' and liability. When I rJ. LINDA

Rate Starting As At first I thought he was out the going gets* 'rough you have I New Special

.how: Ai: of his mind. Now I am not sure. something to draw from. G h7rl ryICVI

Age What do you think of a college A marriage- license is not a AUTO POLICY

20 2.37 per ?1,080 Ann04Tly graduate' who would settle for a guarantee that the marriage h V u ,' '
Mft.mw, MHblllry' .'1._ )f..
25 3.17 $1,000 Annually 1lral
per farcer oi! a postman? PICK going to work, any more than a It.ouo Death .nu.1CIO VnlneuredMolorlit. :
40 5.44 $1,000 Annually
p.r DILLY fishing license that .
assures you BAN
ASSOCIATES Dear Dill: To each his zone. you'll catch fish. It merely gives '!. (l...rl.rljr !I. 114. ..aenf.*lr tolies. w I IIll'
you the legal right to try. ..III. Area from C.i>a
117 BROAD 'STREET217.2m Dear Ann Landers: Recently (IN. MembenhtB FM) % 24O ANzVc aD6LdAyiii

I read your advice to the wife Dear Ann Landers: A friend KEEL INS. AGENCY. INC.

who said she felt like an "un has sent me a check for $50: -
SOI Macnolla A*."..
paid housekeeper." (\'eryphrlstmal for the last ten 1 I.R.(', NTT-mi, N Y""Nx 4r '

FLORIDATH The woman described her years. This year I wrote to 1

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1.:. Monday, February, J, 1M4 .: TNvmlllo (PUrMi) Star A<*x <.t. 'e,. sI -. \} :I
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Jess Parrish y 1

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Hospital List ri tLbnrucjlJtl atyr .1

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Admissions and dismissals at ., III I ., I
I Jess Parrish Memorial Hospital I
for January 28 and 29 were as

follows: January 28 I II II II I U

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Admitted: Juanita Moon. 186! I I
Jackson St. Altamese
i ; Williams hr
1123 Fourth Ave.; Glenn Swails. NI I
A+ I I Ir I
P. O. Box 585; Martha E. Tyson
Box 1615; Annabelle Moore, 310( : III
Abbott; Beulah Stubbs 520 Wash tG,
!I ington Ave.; Russell Hughes, 525: ai VIII I II III I M A R K f8 T S .
Mendel Lane; Wanda Wood MimaEthel I / PUBIIX;
t Ratliff 107 Nicholson St.;; ;
David Beckel 280 Keats Ave., ;
_ l and Julie Harris Rt 2, Box 63
Discharged: Anna Slantis Box
I 1034; Tommy Myers 818 William! I
St.; Carolyn Boyd, 428 Canavera:
I St., Clarence Walker Mims; Martha
' I i I Ceceil 304 Olmstead Dr.;;
Wendy Achorn Mims; Addie Mercer
l I city; Henry Carver,.Braden CRISP Very Fine
ton; Warren Hale, Rt. 2 Box 63:;

,I, and Elizabeth January Glenn 29 RED YORK Apple Sauce 2 A? 25

Admitted: Horace Irvin, 914 _! Florida Punch, "

Wager Ave.; Wayne BalLngton, APPLES ii'kP"03g'4;; $ I
Mims; Geneva Lewis, Mime, H..C 0: 1
Catherine Poland 17 Hilltop Dr.. n font .
Henry Carver, Bradenton, Eliza 4 Ib), bag \
beth Usher 1101 S Washington;, Lots of Cleaning Power
Theresa Coopedge 2195 Lakeside
Rd.; Lois English, 4241 Garden Cornet Cleanser 9 10C
mas.St.; and Weta Williams, Christ 39C I ;

Discharged: Wanda Wood,,
Mims; Thomas Johnson 3 Aza rtft Diititii
tea Ave. Gladys Goehler, Washington '
Ave.; ; Glenn Swails, Box:!! Sliced Beets .. .. . |... 10
585; Annabelle Moore, 310( Abbott Mr. I.U' St,... .rl' .
Ave.; Mary Wright Box 162; LIMIT 2 '12- .
I Thomas Brown, Mimr: and Patricia Preserves .. .. .. . ,;;J 25 t
Hillard General Delivery dairy slJccia's ,
I.' IOO'X'XIXTRAXIOO BRUKFASTtlut Libb5'. c..u4. ,

Corned Beef . ''Jr. 39 '
Quick Action jtf Green Stamps Pillibury't Delicious/
.. PIIIt6.ry'e ,
w4M.d..rar !
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Urged On Canal ON.-:. MULTIPLE, VITAMINS. DANISH ROLLS ,. Pancake Flour ., . H35..I: *

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l Situation"The OIJOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOO pkg.'j .j, I

I Panama Canal Zone: will 1 IOOO FREE 5 IOO Betty Crocker White or FudgoFROSTING 1 Ib, 1 OcI f t tctn. ,
I become another Guantanamo i if
I we don.t act quickly to defend JYl Green Stamps .
l' Our indisputable rights warned I filfc....4tle" CMH". ..'fcHircfiM. *til, !' .I
j Florida Congressman Edward J SQUIBB'S MINERAL OIL \ H.os.
lixo 79c .
Gurney today pint.... ..... pkg. .. --1 ,
,: r- Gurney declared Panama's in S <<1.eI irM W d I. >M4)) r:;;:,} t. -. ,.i *+> .. f ,
tention to charge the United 0000000000000000000 ".
Slates with aggression before
the Organization of American I00 frozen foods CANNED
Slates is the forerunner' to a

\ Panama-Sjvlct mutual defense e JYl 1 Green Stamps Aunt Jomima Frozen y 'J

j' treaty"If we don't take positive action ( wi'" 1101,_.............. /4 i HAMS''
I I immediately," Gurney Swiffi Primlum Kami Boneless Canned WAFFLESPizza GREEN 'J r
stated "we'll have another Cuba 1
I l I[ on our hands," (I..i 5lb.,.. w.can.... ..$3.99.. ., 1_' 9 n 9.e:. $ STAMPS 1.
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; Gurney said the Communists VVVVVVOVVVVOOOVVVL'' Pk 9s. ;.. S-Ib' $399
are wai'inif for the U.S, to get con
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bogged down In debate in either
the UN or the OAS and will then !50mE..FREE UUU 50 Chef Boy-ar-Dce'i plus 100

- step in :and offer Panama military JYl( Green Stamps eat f
assistance. with Sausaqe %
Gurney warned if we choose I '
debate what he called "an un VISTA CAR WAX UYJ-OI. 69' Stomps ,' ,
10 list/ $1.39 pks. BREAKFAST
debatable issue; the Communhts -os.
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I will gain a foothold just as I (I. w. I. 1M41 '
they did in Cuba, I 00000000000000000001.:4. CLUB J.
"Then we'll have to string b\r EVAPORATED '+ .
bed wire around the Canal I O\lEXTRAmso'\ PUBI X; ;
Zone," Gurney concluded "just !50
85 we were forced to do In Guantanamo + k \
I can think of noth- Jfll Groen Stamps ; MILK ;
I ing more humiliating" I ilk AJi MvtM.4 wd> M h '
46-or. tie $1.49 PRICES I ,
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have rental EJ EFFECTIVE tall 1 Oc ,
"I I f you Oooooooooooooooooo I r I
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housing, list it in
FEB. 3, 4, 5, 1954
!500 TAAmso
The Star-Advocate! Limit 6 par A

1 I I I J" Green 44 tttt_..mi Stamps twAw*ell I' PENNY customs'r/ _


3 flat cam $1. SAVER moro .
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t only.-ONE t l1 0'1'** Wtd i r* 4 itt r :
I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOoOOOO/ ] S w/ I'' Premium I 51!11'-S.ol I.d

SPECIAL! Pure Beef Franks .. .. i. 59
- : There iionly I ; I 50 VV I TEAm SO
detergent Swift's Premium StyloBraunschwciger
one J" Green StampslM >
I .**... .4..>*_ell .. . .lb. 39eBORDEN'S
9-o: for $1.23 \ Light, Flavorful CkooioSwiss

i 8OOOOOOoooooooooooB? ] pkg.9t. 39c Gruyere' ... . \11'43; ?

s:: i !,Som'ir lIAm50 limit 1 p.f cuitomor '
j J7// Green Stamps w/purchaiti
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el ..perie- I Chil toy Ar-0.; Plzio With Sausage of $3. B I IJillilli PIRTLE
Nu=f aad.wualtq c-.d will: l. I !13 YZ-GI. pkg. 69c or moro :A. s B PLAZA
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'" r? t the right to spaghetti spaghetti olive oil for babies tender long-grained )

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ForROOMS Reht GlAMOR GIRLS M6bile Honit J4dYSE FOR .SALES Services V thiit Cars &; TrucksFoDBEACHBUCGY

CLASSIFIED I POrt ErT V BEDROOM 2 bath. .il..*.. lowdawn ..-- .
1 TRAILER LOTS FOR .sALE I I I INCOME TAX and bookkeepin'gservice <
SLEEPING ROOMS Uld efflclen fay mint.iprttt section' in Resident 267-3518 wide .
des for rent. 801 Orange St. 261.I TRAILER J LOT AND Cabana, TitusMll .}liJ1s. 217-3364 Office 2673751. H. Burgess &" wheels, 872,3 worth parts, sell or P
I p.m. DI, Before fenced j set-flip.
)'ul! 267.74a1. Associates. trade;
Publication For Wed. .* Fri. I 3400. !Real 1 EtfateRESTAURANT f I
11 A.M. Sat. For Mon. Publication LOT: Ox iso north .of M/flJS/ CliEVrT Impail
NEWLY: FURNISHED, air con PAINTING ; Super Sport,
ditlonlnf, TV, Maid service. $25 $1500 cash. Call Wessncr Realty, V I IPdCbMt.PROPERY V 11,000 mll<; V-a; automatic, ill
WANT AD RATES weekly. 2327 S. Washington or 267-7123. DECORATINGand V c .sip,ies./. liver blue, 1 owner.
I cent per word : ; AND 1 ba>, Edgewat ExoeptioflAUy ,cleaa. Sacrifice
Minimum Chart* ate call 267-5407. Motor, scooter er; CA 82754.& $2630. 267-6967 Of 267-1441.'
low riitai t [ ;;;ti.m.n. PAPERHANGINGC.
tr.-.r--;; dean rqom' for ---r ; _
ALL CL.u 'K4 CUSHMAN rs fOR ,SXL8 ; iix-iiteijs'eotieroi TIll:
PAYABLB IN ADVANCE! $10-3. Call 267-6185 or 2673992. .. Huskey, hor e- H. Frlzzeli ut6TsI Jlsldl: oL ( IRIt: civ
Eiceiit Established Account power, perfect condition, reasonable -- .2 TIIK: ..dlATp..d'PJ'isiua' : l I.,
Call 2675638.Moving: 1 _ACREloTs_ Spruce itllls, $2750cJsh. 1120 Johnson St. 261.3717 V -U JOB. .HHKVAMII te..IIMV:" .
WAREHOUSE FOR. RENT II 'bll ding lots, located on llT Cfl *rr.KV,
:Clmtfled:: Dl'plir Hat Available INCOME: TAX returns prepared, ..
V on Requem.. STORAGE SPACE M metal building Stdrage Wes paved etRafiyt2; : 267-7125.each. Call Phone 267-3183. $3.00 and up. : M Ml'pXATE/' hOMES, IN'C... a Florida .
The 8Ur-Advoea( rmervei the ort Nevins CCJrt; rear of corporation,
jrlvlleje advertlaeinent of rvialngur rejectingany :: StarAdvocatebuilding. Available LOCAL AND LONG distance mov SINGER SEWING Machine Co: ; V Plaintiff

objectionable.. and wblch to cbaact It deenn the Feb. 15th. See H.'lt.: Hud ers. Movlax, storage, packing, sales and service. Pinking aheiia HARRT E. HORN.v.-En
claulflciUou/ ef.aay.adT.rti.em nt son at Star-Advocate. shipping; cold fur ttorffe, crat. etc. sharpened. Phone AM 7- l.feitlant, .
V from (that ordered to conform to ing free ..estimates.' t ,267-3341. DON' PAV RENT! 22<<. .. SOTIfK': OK stir
the policy of thlapaper.! Brevard Itidgeway) Mayflower.Position 'fTHK: STATE OF.,.1.0RtDA
Tb. Stir-Advocate will not be -- TO; Harry E. Homer P.O. Box S531
r""pon.lbl. for more than ems 10.corr.ct For Sale tRAILERdWNERs FAINTINGexpert; reliable and Norfolk, Va. .
Insertion nor will It be Vented t satisfying work. Estimates glad- 'you ARK HEREBY REQUIRED
liable for any error la advertla. I ly. AM 7-0776. lo, Up, your, in>wr or/ written il -
menu to a greater extent than r...... If lay, In the above proceed-
the cor' of the ipace occupied by WALNUT BEDSTEAD, box BASS GUITAR jDlaytr; desires Ipti ....1&1h, deck of Jtil Court
the \Item In the advertisement.BualBMi spring, mattress $25.: 2670533. work 3 or 4 nights' a week. Experienced FREE-LP bottled gas Installation. lots to prey, a copy threat": 'upon
---.- --- -- new equipment. Call V 209 N. U. S. No.1, Titasvid.Suburban >tM) .. Plaintiff .attorney, whomname :
2 KEROSENE: heaters, Boss brand,' 287-7135 after p.m.Plumbing Propane Gas Service anil ,add. tppcara hpreon.
Office 15 Mala
fftreet on or before the SrI clar of March.
Dial AM T-OS31 $10 each. Call after 6. 267-3523. We have beautiful full acre mobile 2676411. 1984.

Office Ilouri boo:: to 5:30: Ti SiSOT A GIMMICK, Repossessed Supply home lots, lire 100 x 440, NIDY CONSTRUCTION CO. Con. being The a,fi lull tfir.for,of foreclosure, tHe pro .on.eall1lr, an

63 Model Swing Needle V for $20 DOWN and $20 MONTH Ajreemrnt for Deed on' the follow-
AnimalsPOODLE Dial.O-Maric Hz Zaj, Does Decorative ; crete work, lIdlOllrm roofing,;: iBf Mikes the 'lady of the house ain't Move In now .- Trailer Living carpentry, 'ln-lajln: Brevara County riar-
Sewing, < Button home.. .1 SEPTIC TANkSof Phone AW ..7:232. Ida. to-wlt:
CLIPPING and holcj.: Sews On Buttons, Mono. 'r I at Its lest. Lot No..7. Block No. 4. Flat of
Call 267-3102 for groomIng. V g"m"l, :Embroiders. Etc. With. -- J JI pre-cast concrete, iteel-reln- 1'1 t' JI: H ijVn ') T I'': J?a vld Subdivision .aa recorded
appoint. Attachments. .I l. In Flit -Hook No, 10, Pie No.
out Assume Remaining orced,
state-approved, sizes 540 !
mcnt. : 1.i ,11 } lo \
CHRISTMAS PARK ( t&&I 37, fit the ,Public Reeorda of
5 Payments Of 88.00.1 I .ForJentor5aIe Lost Cflli l :, 630 fa Is., 735 gals., and 1000 FLOM .to, h I..nt t:pi L. ; Bmard ,County, florl.lt.
Boats For Sale Ph. Credit Mgr.! AM: 7- .:S30 I gals. Grease traps installed tanks 3t .DONE and onDERSD at TltmvUle. -
3 BEDROOM house, separate dining pumped and cleaned, drain fields ,, "l.dJr.! N If .,Brevard County, FlorlJi. tale
i "FT"PILElree tn.011 ; AQUA MAGNETIC River fQ'l At10 :3o
tr is the surveying instrument < elaid. Work 11 Miles West ot Indian AND / 1..oc flay of January
16FT. :MARINE plywood runabout carpet cleaned with Blue Lustre. room, family room and patio, In leather cage with guaranteed. Pittman City on Rt. 80. Chr tmaI Florida NEW TOBi Clfr' c"rpqr 1 011 COURT aUrAL)
with Vt acre lot. 1830: S. Smith Drive. shoulder t Septic-Tanks, Inc., Phone AM 7. ornlxd .add .st.unal uptiog.' th.tewe CL'BTI H BARNES
25 h.p. Kermath Sea Cub, Rent electric shampooer $1. Phone 267-6921. strap. Vanity; of (421. P. O. Box 2018. Tltusville, Phone Orlando ;275-1939: : !' of tltt United Stall. of >merl CLERK COtRl"
4 cylinder marine engine all in O'Flanagan Furniture, 307 So. Whispering Lakes. Return t to, lorida. l Ccc. Byi Bi rtle HallDeputy
excellent condition. New Tee Wash. Star-Advocate. 14 Plaintiff\! Clerk
Nee I Sale or Trade --- Harry M. Hobh.
heavy duty trailer. $700.00each I
complete. Ambrose, 543 GOOD USED ,7 cu. (ft. Philco, refrigerator Mobile Homes ; Real Estate ServicesSPECIALIZES tAWfeENCK: L. ,. bROWL .,nd eon Attorney' t Madfuon,fur:: Plaintiff
Polaris Ave., l.R.C. 2677913. 2675557.: I960 DODGE Phoenix. A-l condi. I and ANNA TlOKWATEH MARtS: CROWL..ICNGlNEERINci hli wife" Tampa Florida Street

ilrconditioner I tion, 1 owner, Can be financed, '288 x 82'i land and trailer, water V CONTRACTORs, INC., a torpor.tlon Feb. 3,.10, 17. 24 Man.) 1964.
"COOL CAR, for book puce Call 267-5476: TRAILERS FOR SALE! included. $3550.: 1st house east of IN painting trailers I ,
Building & Const.: V-8 Chevrolet, complete, $50. radio station. Defendaste.7.OT1CE Continued, on Next Pate
q where they sit. free esti.
267-0620 after :5 I OK alit
NIDY resident p.m.- Help Wanfit; d! TRAILER, 56 x 10, aluminum car., ACREAGE FOR SALE5ACRES1iid mates. Call 2674611. After 6 p.m. STATE OF FLORIDATO ,
loll CONSTRUCTION. : COUNTER TOP dishwasher, like porte, awnings, ail conditioning,i 2677011. TIDEWATER ENGINEER-:
commercial and remodeling ideal for small kitchen and washer Situated t :: of\ INO CONTHACTOR8. INC.; a I INWSTORSINVESTIGATE
new, $50, EXPERIENCED on one
12 years in Titusville. Licensed I clerk, Apply Mini* afef; FOR.A HOLE in roof
the your
nicest in ,
Mrs. Parlse, 287-0399.) spots town. All for .
Fredericks. .2U 'iloins: $1500 29% .9Oeelelidoiue
and down. balance
bonded. Phone AM
7-2328. $4500. Call _Arrow Realty, 2677037. per acre whole new roof painting addi. .; Tou M .d."ky) r.quirpd I
LEAVING STATE; RCA TV and ORGAN PLAYER! $iaUirdly 5 years. Call Wessner Realty tions, and general repairs. All four. tniwer or written ( ..

Business Opportunity antenna, $35. Mrs. Johnson, TI. night 9 p.m. 1 a.m.C H 2675211 1962, 10 x 50 Travelo Deluxe like 2677125. work guaranteed, licensed and tt ny.el.tlC In 111,* aby'>;$. nroo.. 1:1en 30 acres prime for development
tusville Trailer Park, lot 35. new, awnings on all windows.''' bonded. 2673411.. &lilt ''If IhIao urt. tla.rv >>
after 4:30: p.m. HOUSES FOR SALE .1 _ to"y t e". poD. tJ : or trailer park. Very -
10 x 25: screened patio, $1250: tift. ItfotnOya. ..ho... t. i ,
SMALL AUTO REPAIR shop, 1 USED 17" portable Zenith TV, REAL, ESTATE. salesman licensed : equity, payments $74.50 monthly/, INCOME TAX RETURNS wi4rwa Ipreon,, on. or be.; realistically priced at only
Phone 267-1320.: $65. cab purchased on our permanent, with WbDder. Oak Point Park. Call 267-6135. '; INDIAN RIVER City repossession, by telephone or appointment.Licensed ( tort the lf"l:; of March, 4964, the $1,500 per acre with terms.
"Easy pay plan"f $5 down, $1.25 ful opportunity for.JilKJi. 17 Flamingo Court 3 bedroom. 2 trained axperienced.! sub puur*>of jljli proceeding 9eing a .
Child Care weekly Goodyear Service Store, and advancement with Urge earnings or. 30 FT. aluminum Spartanerte. Inspection bath, low down payment Inquire R. W. Copelapd. 2670274. I lijalnut, fpr Ogrecioucre th V I following. Of i4uetiate deetribed' I StAr% acres with frontage on

315 So. Hopkins Titusville, Flor ganlzatlon. Draw against com and make offer! to J. T.' next door left or call 267-7406.: i4Tilli': CIKn-JT ('ot ItTAh' THBMSTII : pr p.,rl". td-prU: .. Magnolia Ave., priced at
CHILD CARE Dour, ida. 267-3013. mission. Arranged for right man. Lally, Campiall's Trailer Park,' FOR jtiieIIIriite1tT IN. tf\ 3. nji i& tt. Secti J,5, $300.00 front
aDb1 : QUICK sale by owner $495 ) ROWE: .GAaDfc.vs ..atJJJuIVI8.. per foot with
week 'Jghf 925 Orlando BRAS .till\ tot
Road. > 7019;
River PRACTICE PIANO Call 267-7746, TKusvilJe. ) for appointment. ,1 down and assume mortgage, .bInl fl.ORIII') lOft. ION caoamiH,5-t| .. pies' Jiereo plenty of depth.
AM .
7-8766. Reconditioned and refinished '63 CHICKSHA, 6 months old. 2 lovely 3 bedroom*,2 bedroom,.. ( 'f fM eI-K1: O. IolC I-t..reOg-dei M, publiq in ,Plot.cofd.Bo&of Br.v 13.
For Good condition, $125, Baby Grand, FEMALE HELP bedroom, 1 bath. See at Oak bath home. Florida Shores, Mvritt CLARICE: yes i r.r-KM :,.r County, ilorlda. : 10 acres on Route 46, 4 miles
I Plaintiff WITH: Kl 'Jrh SO west of Mims, $950.00
2126 Tropic St. 287-6385 Point Trailer Park, 8th trailer 6031. U&ik56 water b..lot'. "O' I No.
'SMALL: AUTO REPAIR shop REFINED WOMAN (white), aged on right. nfa'NALD OEORUE IIAIIMESO.V Rh-JO.B: : Peed.a., wAll hester, I per acre.
Phone 267-1520. FURNITURE 30-50 to manage and mind home, I rITUSVlLLE.-3bedroom bath, liefendantTot aP.WO 10T5J. Mocl.1 No. 'F.85, 8 In

BRAND NEW overstocked. Must must be free to !live in. Refer. '63 ACCENT, 2 bedroom, 10 x 52, modern kitchen, selective neighborhood : Ronald George Warmer Mlr ANUJItDERxD metalled.1*1 Tilu..' acres town, sanitary
ARTICLES FOR RENT sell 7 piece living room suites ences, steady well paying position $600 equity and take pay. $750( down, take over Residence i Unknown i .ylq V duJty. or Ir.ntd. Of !sewer and water available.
:;: over Notice -heraby .lven that ft.te
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V ------roR-RENT 119.773 complete rooms, $245.50, for .right 342. perltOn, .write M.. ments. Lot 19 Cuoid Ave'r l| Christmas -, mortgage..267-1874.' complaint for dlverce" hat hype filedatalnat rjida. tbJ. ,llal lay or Y.. Ideal site for' garden type
no money down, easy terms Call C., P. O. Box Tltusville. I I you by rtha plaintiff In In* ( ,EEAL4 apartments. Total price
Floor Sanders. Polishers 267-5735.: Open Sunday, 10-6 "' :- Park. V 2 BEDROOM house dining room above .tvled court and you sce herd, OlJfi'b, cujriig: ,t. wulNEIJ ,
Phone AM 7-32S5 WAITRESS WANTED must be and garage Downtown Washing by required to .erve a sop or your Ci.PlK': kCtHt' CO\ltT: $$30,000.
ENVELOPES Business Sizes ,over 21. Call after 11 am. ton Avenue. Suitable for small power ted pipalllnr upon I. WillIam Jf lMACouNtr.. pius
''FACTORY 2672475. MOONLAND Woo.l.on. P. O.( Box 1175. Eau 3 acres in prime location -
: PAINT OUTLETBaldwin business and home combination. Gaffe for the
Also Kraft Envelope with clasp Florida attorney BTi B eiie Hall with
plaintiff, and file the orlftnal aniwer sewer and water
Shopping Center for mailing. Full stock at Star WANTED CLERK-STENO, must Mobile Home SalesU.S. Frontage on 2 paved streets. or pleading In the Office ot Richard.V. Z.D Cour jujr(. Clerk available
Financing available. 2672311.GARDENDALE,3 of on paved street
must have
knowledge .of typing the Clerk of the Circuit Court at OBEOOKVCOUR9 4 I '
Advocate. PAN ELLd
APARTMENTS FOR RENT and shorthand Must be able to Ttlunvllle Brtvard County. Florida XUornoiri forIiiatiff l I arid priced at $22,000.,
meet public excellent 1 North ol Overpass bedrootri, 2 Oft or before the Ilh d.y of Starch .404 iKtkmon ,8tri,l
REPOSSESSED SPINET piano due working bath central heat and air, Small I 194. It you fall to do MI, a Decree Tampa 2. Florida Let us show you these desirable -
MAN TO share apartment. Call L to transfer. Perfect condition. conditions. Apply City Hall, 325 Tit svWe equity $113.75 monthly. 267-8477. Pro Confpieo will( be taken *aln.tyeu -Ppli, ow. 'T.' ci "fM,," o--see
267-9934 and ask for George. Take up small monthly pay. Palm Ave.STENOGRAPHER. for the relief demanded In the properties today.

ments. 3 BEDROOM, Itt bath. $90 month. complaint.Thli notice .1.111! be publlalied" GIVE USLISTINGS YOUR I I .'
APARTMENTS AND trailers., AND ,Irl Friday" : : ]
Call :
KIRK SCHOOL. OF MUSIC Realty, 267. once a .ek for tour COfleecutive
wanted for active real
Weekly. monthly rates. Adults estate 7125. V I .
In the Tltuavllle 8tar-Advo- '
only. :504 Garden. 2126 W. Tropic 267-6385 office. Interesting work SALES V cat. WE win friends getting I Iresult.s. .<. t':
good salary and<< opportunity foradvancement 3 BEDROOM 2 bath Done and Ordered l at TltuivUle. at.
carporte, ona
New and Used Mobile t ; rr-l/A' .
DUPLEX FOR RENT FURNITURE :3 rooms of fine Good shorthand Homes large lot. 287-0318. Florida, thla 31.t clay of January, ;
furniture. 8 piece bedroom suite. and typing essential. George 8210 E. Colonial Drive 1964(COURT BEAM FREE APPRAISALS I ; r(j I ",
FURNISHED 2 bedroom, $90 7 piece dinette all only] $13.83 Barley Inc., Realtor, 342 Watt- PORT ST. JOHN lot for sale, sid Curti. R. Barnei .
monthly. 267-6673. per month. Decor Furniture, 206 Ington Ave. Orlando 277-9671 down take over $10 payments.My Clerk of the Circuit Court CAI/8ELL/ U :
-- N, Magnolia Avenue, Indian: River price $600 under i heal mar Byi Berlin Hall

HOUSES FOR RENT City. Phone 2C7-T613.: MALEHELP WANTED ket price. Write Box 1403, Tltusville. J. ATllllam. Deputy Wool.on Clerk I ASSOCIATES; INC.. :;"Bt, LToF .S

Mobile Home Owners .. ,
Attorney for PlaintiffP. :
2 BEDROOM unfurnished In DRUG CLERK, tackle and camera O. Box 1175 'I ,R ALTORS

Mlms. 2672996.UNFURNISILED. For J Safe or Rent man for full time employment. LIVE RENT ROUTE 46. Enjoy: country living Eau Oallle Florida 210 V S.. JVastiinitorf, Me.
Excellent starting salary, opportunity in this lovely 2 bedroom home Feb. 8. 10. 17. 24 (Mon.) 1964. i TlTUSVlLL I 412 St. Titusville, Fla.
3 bedroom
for rapid aavancement. with
tiled bath, electric range, Many benefits. carpeted living and dining II .. 287-7323. AH L Time I Phone 267-5000
near Pirtle Plaza, $133: monthly. TRAILER, BUCK'S Fish Camp,, company FREEInvest room, large Florida room, fur ; ,
Phone 2671928. couple or adults only. Sober Apply Eckerds Drugs, PirUe nished kitchen, utility room BE SAFE! .
267-526T. Plaza, T *. work shop and a large 150 x: 200

IRC, 2 bedroom, large utility .V I WANTED EXPERIENCED ..mechanics $20 down payment and beautifully landscaped lot facing

room, screened porch, stove refrigerator preferable Ford Mi- pay only $20 monthly and Route 46. The back yard is "Nolii 8r"vlr bt4
Mrs. Connell 287-7021 you fenced. Priced at 13500.00 with BE SURE! < $ st Real Estate
Cotter Motors. 2672112. buy and possess your own
$2600 down. Shown
by appoint
267-1388. FURNITURE, extra large full acre trader lot. ment. Geo. M. Barley Jr., Inc.,
ROOMS FOR RENT Southern, Loan Co., 346 So. Wash. I Don't Become tear your up rent own receipt landlord.each 342: .So. Wash. Ave., Phone 267S622. Deal OnlyWiih zu.1'Z.J Servict"o

NEWLY FURNISHED heat, sir 3 rooms of fine furniture ington. month. More ,than 150 happy !
conditioning. sleeping room. private I. SALESMAN"EXPERIENCED families now reside In our Beautiful *
3 piece bedroom suit 7 for, AREALTOR cTelephone"
bath. $20 weekly. 27-7923. kitchen cabinet, salary, car *1- Trailer Community. Only a LOOKING FOR A "
: piece living room group and lowance, commission and bonus.' few lots left. Visit us and lee
Married and settled -In Brevard.No for yourself the finest Mobile AM TM1II
:5 s piece dinette .All for
HARVEYREAL other need apply. Call for Home Park: in all Florida.

Only Investigate the potential of
appointment, AL 4-4218 or 753PLUMBERSTite CHRISTMAS PARK I '

ESTATELICENSE S13.85 8759.: Route :SO Christmas, Florida- this desirable 4 bedroom, 3 Look for this I 1. / you are considering a home in the North Brevard
symbol for
$ and County( Phone Orlando 271-1727 bath home, with closed gar your one'of
area1 edit
protection. It pur trained, experienced sales staff
signifies 8"
Log burning fireplacein
SCHOOLStart license. Call SOUTHERN Direction 12 miles west of age.
Per Mo. PLUMBING, 267-738. U.S. No.1'It" Tltuavllle lining room, air conditi- integrityand tb cbnduct.a.! four for your family over the entire

attend this first Tuesday session as-our 7 P guest.HOWELL'S ]51\ .. I ..DECO.FURNITQRE. WANTED 2 experienced Chevrolet on Highway .SO. Of\ed\ and heated, -with ,I II high profes. ar, .a. .We.&ave new and older homes in nearly

mechanics. Apply Service '.- J many, 'many extras. Price sional standing. Deal only I ,every' section, with price and terms to fit almost
Manager Gus Faulk Chevrolet. ii i) only $25,500 and there is
I. with Realtor I .
a btidg
OUly a .any J.
BUSINESS COLLEGE ,1D4.l 4 River Cltr ENVELOPES Business Sizes $20. e isting mortgage of Realtor seal
1528 S. Wash. Aye, (V.15,1), ) .Phone 2 7-7CJ Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp $23,200. Only $2,300 in cash displays I .

267-1161 JOe N. Magnolia\ Ave, for mailing.\ Full stock at Star- needed t\\). move right in.Call George M. Barley, Jr.< 2. I Executive L'pome. Brick" three bedrooms, 2 I large
Advocate. today for appointment baths, iu je livuig room and panelled family room.

I td; See Bryan-C nway & Twfi 'fir Plac s. Kitchen completely equipped. Air

SEE OAKWOODt6bAY "HARRISRECOMMENDS" : :...:.. J Winstead, w. Chlldre.!, ,Inc. Realtor I conctiUoQed i: arid tentral heat. Double garage. Shown
... Y-;: iitmiii.t
.... 1. Conforti, .Realty
; : : S Sydney Schwart :
162' Fronting Both U. S. No. 1 Beach
V Danenburg's : ''itt iaJi d' 2 edrdom home. Just off Route 45.

and Washington Ave. 268' Depth. ': Realty $14,996.00.i
Featufihcj: $ < ) Terms can be arranged.

V I ZONED ; ', .. ;.,. Duffy's Real Estate V

1 75* ilO' '. !ILA&GE t POOLSHUFFLEBOARTJ BUSINESS lf_ 's Edwards Realty 4. Several' neb hefcnes: under construction and some
i/i '''''k'''''' Ed Kittles
Agency for imftiidiate ccuparicy.] Priced from 14000.00

GLA.1tdE I WITH $35jb60.-! Terms ,iii Main Si. Tltusville, Fla. L. B. Newman ,I (fo $30.000. D'own' payments) from 45000.
iiouie & &Buildings Included Phone '
: HORSESHOES M. N. Weir & Son. Inc.
WATER I j .Etc.: -r' .... -

"flARRISRECbMMENDS' 5. Cheek with iLj.Jjne FHA Homes being remarketed.


: $95 oow $ 30 MONTH1 20 acres between Mimi and Secretarial Courses 6. Attention small f( family- bedroom unfurnished

TO REACH OAKWOOD'From"TitUsvllleib: : i iifi Ii price in area Is double this Speedwriting/ Shorthand

U.S. 1 to Mima. Continue norm on ,U.S. .1 :for one more prlcel Class.* NoW F 1'&tUt ?! I

mile to our entrance on right. For free Information 4 ... .
V i4Ja".eO &, WtiJlaJ
taU 267- :i86. HOWELL'SBUSINESS P ItHJ, .9"c.


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:, 0'r11 or rIItii KTIT'IOSA : i\ nit ''rrm-f'iT' rtrVitT: 'or TUBMMH tcnown .persona ;; art field, erwhe I* rtm crVrnTTi.. : In 1 to the Eait boundary ittio No. 1211 thence Parallel to the -

Advertising loOK 10'1'\1. I'I"CII'HIIII: SPY on Int'I'L1T. IX are .0' known to be dead 0. MNTH ll>ll'UL : t"j\\ No 12 and the end lona II. Kutirhkau Kaat boundary of the a.r..I.'
.Csst&lInroI 'TON" ITII 'ILL AS* II StIR HKhtAHIt ( U ll :NTV, .11".: AMI VOlt IIKI-\ .VMII K\ .. deicrtbej; 2311 North Lafayette Street the MWii' of Section C Norlbb.r
> Mi\KU } tt.. SCCTIOW 701M-J50S .TATE'IIAD( ...41W.\. a ore. m less Drawl laland, W Weal a dlatance of
I Notice la hereby given I ; that I ITieve .U 2,0. INMIt tt) VRKVAHD COUNTY: NAMES ".\ I \ OiS\, 1 C.r.ErC HD No. 1 .rr.'k"b..n : feet 'T.O an Iron Cod in ,the
Continued From Preceding ,.,- Tiled my final return. aa Artmlnlitralor 'tel'TlCE or 'tU-'tr.! RId I k ADDRESSES >OTI ilIO' iti"iV. S8 Oct husband JOHN H. ? r. Urwlller ooc-upled: Sourh of
,with Will Annexed of the "Ba STATB ROAD DEPARTMENT Or Java AIredsouls STATT; ROAD oil Iroutth Avenue lanfla of Jerry bouad.h and
Trucks I tata of LOUIS E.: OL8E.N.: deceaaed.distribution FLORIDA, an Agency of the 'iat. Fork Station FUDKIIXA. an Agency of I "11"T.I Apartment' A-4' Seen 11" (Deed Book 343. pag* &MMI.thrtioe .
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I Used Cars & Ib.t I have filed my petition 'tor of Florida, Viet Shine, Mo of Horlfla, TfillS'l-liirMa. pKnnaylvanla along, the oicuplednirrh'tinonrThry
and for final dlecharfe. .nil, enD No. 10U r.T' or (?HD No. 1i*.\ ot solO Jcnaeek
and that on March 4. 1484 I will JUt EVARD COUNTY: a Political I Norma R. Aired '
Wilbur Kut.c"k.Un tract 1 tn the Nertb
,;,1 1954 CHEVROLET. 4 door. Belair, apply to ... Honorable Vlrall B.lonkllng. 'ttubdlvtilon of the Slate at Florida SoulS. ( Fork nation irTTT WAVSSEN! at al.. part of-107U: V tPMlT) North l.arayette Street boundary parallel of the NW'., .ror.

new transmission, starter generator ; County Judge of Brevfcrd Petitioner, Wait Plains. Mo. Wfc of SEts of NWW of llranil, laland Nebraaka aald Dec 4, South lUMriu" .
battery tires tune-up. County for approval of said Final 8RD No. isiiChaclotte I NOTTCF! OF EMINENT B, Township 211 South, HUD Ne. t1 a dl.lane" of at.IJ Seek ta an
S3JO. 267-3924.: Return anti for .n Ord"r of DI.lrl- BROWN et al., Vhlikn taten42U : Clyde Urwlller13J3 Iron rod in R. houiidiiry ofMorgon
bullon and for FI"II DI.ebarl' op Defendanta. : : Vacation Lane l'IO N\NE AND 8 B.'I; : Wet 'Loulae Street :. fDeed fleeS 63,
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,I Administrator I Wl.h Will Annexed NOTICE OF EMINENT: DOMAINPKUCKEDINO : Arlington. Virginia I AUTHORITY OF TILE I e/imin following described Grand weiraikaHRD page 4JI) th. along eald ...t
FORD clutch :: : ta-wh 1.1.ld.
TRACTOR. new new .. :
of tha Batata of Louie E. Olaen, decease ; eND N. 109.1 "FLORIDA No. 1S81Klliabeth 1 '41W Eaat a
brakes new rear axle $795. 267. ,, IN TUB NAltTE *NT HT TilE TVIIIIatn A. talon= TO on 'tIle South tioundary UrwlllerAddreaa (bo..ndar "', feet to an old

4483. -... ROY EDWARD OLSEN 'THORITY OF THE STATE Of IU3: Vaoalloa .Lena CERN ALL, and WHOM IT '(4, Townahln, IH "utb' fnktown Iron pipe which maths the 1
AdminIstrator With Will FLORIDA. Arlington, Virginia to .1 peraona : .: .Hait at a point sIll) 128.IHECTION corner of said Morgan tract.Nortb
1954 CHEVROLETgood -transpor' Annexed of tha Eitate of 'ro ALL, WHOM IT MAT CON- "' RD No. 109.1 lltla-claiming ". having i (Ton the Itoinhwat corner' ( ) STATR WOAD 10.0cc ponimlle'l 10 tIle aflnreaaij:
"Louie E. linen deceaaed CER-l.: and to all per.onsan d purl- Roaa Platt Inteivat, estate, run Ihem-e North O'OOJil": ( .'0 11 IIK>: ; COUNTY BKBCUIP-: of the NW4 otlection
tation. $100. 2670309.. ; WILLIAMS OE1LICH lea claiming or h avlngan y right lit Qrunauer Ham nlhr lien 10 hr on thoae : tin hi Mt: ;tttenee South 89* bo..I.r the otuupleclBoulh

/ '1 Attorneys for Estate title, Intoreet., eetate, 4nongave nr Fair Lawn, New. Jereey '. of land he>.lnater We':1.1( Itl! fnD.South TIOSI PARCEL NO. 1231.: 121 > boundary l (:f said Mo-gan
J962 FORD 'Falcon trudlc. '$1.000. T. O. Box ama Sit her. lleh. to or on (ho.. celfltnparcel 8RD No. 1IU1: ILl.). 1138: and She following )ernone. t.at II f No-th- WAY trait and other landa Mouth IW'
with all RIGHT OP
Melbourne, Florida vt land. hereinafter siam Fred D. SettleLawrenceville unknown peraona Unrrew Pit No. ( and
267-6819. mAi" on. That 41 AT 1 Veslan nf
Feb. 3. 10. 17, 24 IMon.) 19(;.. I| trlrtfrt, ana the following persons Vlrglrfla by, through or under pol II' of "e"lnll"lf: rue part : to an Iron,1"la. the'Z.61f..t
who !! let 1U In the SW'S of Section
II are
53 JEEP tatidnwgonncw'tIrea' I t |etHer With, all' Hirtknown 'pareOTia; 8RD No. ri dead or Mho bulb. 1'2'3U' .'t 1&1 hnunilary, ot the \ of
Known 17 I 22 .
to be dead Townahlp Hinge
Pearlft.. 8-rtlle, or thence 0nn rh
clean &N *rnfe : iclarmlng by thrbturh. or under AUCTION ; O'3.K Kait M Eaat. of Fruit ami Ke>e. 4. ', alonaj
I body runs good. 267-6246, : < ntVi IT p.tRt. :NYNT'II known persons who or. d.ad. or 1..n0vl., Vlrlfli. tOS.M-Hos i thenoe East I "ri.uIFam aaldeit boundary ", I*
I $223. 1111'11.\1. 'iittt'IT OF p'i.iiis.'iIKEVA'Ki .' who are not known to bq dead. ..r SiU HT.1 B KASTK8 1-9t9) ADDR'KSSEI BREVATtD. 1 i tON! tl'StW 'Sveal Lamia fllb"I"I.- vuuflKaat a dlelance ef M .34
ft Ion. accorillng to
: ) 'OltNTt C. A. rord.dI.
.OKIU" Vllllama. ta lnl -oT '
Sfari I 'If'1IC :to HV4I.. rTtflOhIIALDINH tfKcVlAtf! JT7 Jackaon Road 'I JoiKph Rlelannkl 'ethalnl In flat Hank 2, page 3fl, public feet lo the point ot n.nl :
i 61 PONTIAC: : wafeon: at- : 70160-3803 'fIT A 1'1: nOATJ iniog 1.48 aarea, DETA BAKER, 4/11/ KRXVARD .., ffcltuate. 10 Hniith Wain Street ) BYr I''rt : of Hrevard County, :
cellent condition tertng. 2CT-1403 COUNTY NAMES" : Jln.dhu.oti. I IManvllle AIr line nf right nf, way of Slate .
I Plaintiff ft AL/DFtessKS .. New : and Florida.
BID .en.y -'f ETHt" I lying within OH Scot Rust the -403 SectIon 7i">lHO, aalil center line
va.JOSEPH : "Civ "ffileanor \

,. Waited 'To hy .I MADISON Defendant.BAKER '37 Jerry Coxeackle Spencer J'rohaika, New Boulevard,York 87 Svltuate Saokaon, Maeiachuiette 10lla" WlllDl I "torelta in ftoiith TuniannUI Main fllreet enD )0. 1 'OTtc! 'that '.Clu.. tips survey 7"l line
breti ., la 'llrni .
NOTICE Jlanvllle. I niwelbeil aa followi I Town eh Ip a COlaS, RangeUS
SRDVo. 1M1
FED No 149.1 I JeraeVSRD
I TO JOSEPH vrcrftN VAVI I cauta ox the Pell- T : Prohacka 7ti( o-jiK)3 I
2 BEDROOM Trailer 'good tbndi- II No. the artuHrltfg airthorlfV o( H-cllon 17. Townahlp 22 troulh, from Snutheaat corner, ,sail
Defendant whoae of 37 .' Boulevard 4M( BKCVAKD .I .
tion. Write -)lox Star-Advo-' realdence la unknown place Con Spence tackle TTONS COUNT DEBCRII' : .p.C. V, Tummina VraoeeillnaX' of "Haildnf of Manare 51 Eiat. and run North 06) II'i2' HHctlon I Southweit corner Section .
New York lIon .
1045 ... rlbed .. for the 475111) 4 of, said and RIos)
No.'tO3'l tn the North Townihlp
You feet
I cate. .. I are hereby notified that a BRD No. 1491 Silo TorNy Toint, Long Island net ToYth fn rio IVtltln )11
Complaint for :) line I said SectiOn 17 at a point anil run North 4l'Ift'lt") W..t 82 feet
Divorce has BECT1ON 70160.2603 STATE S IttOOiTOT'WRY
Tiled been : lImt.P.T'N'I : That Kt-wYork | e.u."|i.i *e rltht of Cttt f Kant: of the Norlh..L for a Point of lleginnlnaji; thence
USED AUTOMOBILES"City Auto against you and you aae 'required 406 BRtTVARD COUNTY /> part of: I ; of huh Uoad No.1 00"
BRD \ of Said Sedllon 17 and the run North Rail: parallel to
I Parts. AM 73686.Wanted ''or to semi a copy of your viewer : ( fact ITKorth o'r mate Koal 'Wl, John R. Cummlna In llrevarll 'ToutitV) Tlorlda, I nor. survey line deacrlptlon.AL.8O .1.t and 83 feet 41'212"rly of the aurvey
I pleading to said Complainton PARCEL NO. 149.1IDGET In l..ctlnl. 29, Township M I T. O. HOK 1U4S ,lt. fono.1 Wllllem O. : line ot Stale Road. 406 meaaurad

- To Kent She'Roundtree Plaintiff, attorney 1 ""Bellalr! p, William 4F WAY Iolf', test of TIU' Itmky I'olht. Long Island, II ., "orle : of the A triangle parcel of land In said ri9ht i thrrrte a di.tanc. a
Arcade, :
.. ; That part 'at: and h" 'f"lh.- York Court ef thaINtoti) JuHlclel Lot 111 deacrlbed BW78 .. > the Beginning ,of n
t follows C
Cocoa Florida, and lie the original 1 A 'ttortloa ''OT Lot I'" Morrow'esTuhOlvlalon ,Jiany, o of( r'lorlila I will I on January aa : online curve :. the
unrwer or pleading 'In the ofllua IJ.lr \ CUD : nue al tha Southwest of .oulh..trlll'
at plat Plat lie kt aiJO P. M, rn the Wrench .orn" .
reoorfle la PintBook and radlue of
Herman a ;
MAN desires paid flection
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Tang aa 17 and run 0(9'It'll" b..llf fel
on or 29, public TtPftrVa of ,
pegs ( I at .
RfuHreilaTe, Florida,
1, 17 rewirOa along the are
public ttt'M.iLuella
to rent bedroom homeon before- the : pace Avenue Kent 100 feet. thence sPoutSU'42'O0' Norlh..ul.rlr
2 of
clean February, 1984.
: IIIIIt-.ro of Florida, being yard County. Florida; ( Declaration of Al of, aald curve, through a central
permanent basis year round. If you .9. Judgment by [ : geO.Dll'II; .: "froman lying within 61 feet Etat ef ''ttteeit I 'blulfl. Ilnol. I ; 'pfd:: epnral-wra. tdi : Rail feet for a I'OI.NT anile nf 384itM a dIstance of
Prefer stove and refrigerator.Reply : Jefault will be taken .,..In.1OU Iron bt Utte. Muter ft8Mtloa \\ -lIne oT: laid Section 29 Contalnlrrk Ethel: I the Court deema. on the new Kiel 15101,19 and oC thenceNorth
to Box 1648 TittisvUIe. plaint.for the relief demanded In the Com. ; '.pipe 4. \Townahlp. 2J South.,, .BM 'acre, more or leaaOWNICn .' 1 411 t Kant: 8. Diamond Salter Avenue .All;.;i 'partlerti 16 the suit r 'aa'.h'lr,war In.; of from Stale.said Road Point 4i* sf'l'02" Rant 2513 eurvel 90: feet to

thing 89 Eait, go North 87'W : HY: KAY ELKA6ORi ( 'Maryland IniaMalad man kppear. nf Keilnnlnai run North Tl'Wlf a Northerly enlenalon ot, the East
Done and' ordered at Tltuavllle feet thence 1* JOHN WIL1IAlf I i hlr.r.burlf .r,1 at the lime sell ,plane de- Una of Lot I of Morrow
Work Wanted : Florida, thin: 24 day of January, 184.1:i 10t-.l;: JS feet It a clad.rb.: .tor bannC.. *, fR.RD I Howard A. Salter/ BUD East JilDI': M3 "BO"I thence to the Norll Eaet tl' lon Flat Book 1. page lubdWI..

CURTia R. BARNES: the point of beginning, thence No. ION,1 412 Baat Diamond' Avenue and .."j bt \,1. ."hereby fight Wol way line ret of male Road : recorda of Hrevard. County Florida,
:1 Clerk of the Circuit Court Rerun IT'6 East: 105.W; eat to. R-PHT OF VAT Ualtheraburg. Maryland tlr< lo, by Stilts an ihonce South OH'1462" West !'>4UI al a point 33 fet North of tbeNortheait
FREE ONE week trial general Brevard. County Florida tm Iron plirt, thence South 110' Thnt. part 01: t I SRO : the retltlio heretofore feet, more or less, along sail :: corner of laid Lot 1 and
office work desired. 267-5574: (COURT HEAL) East 6320! feet along the West Lote 1 thru 8. Jncluelve, Dloelc 4.Hlnconora SECTION 7022IHJ40S A 'lit tola chimes m 'The .bo".- 'of way line to the point of ., : the cod of this center line deacrlpt
By Bertie Hall aide at 5 btreot to an Iron pin. Buldl..I.lol. I In ".0' 9 '(tt-MS> IMOCVAHU Court on nr before Febrtr-: lon.
BASS GUITAR player desires work Deputy Clerk or, Reel rod; thence South 87* lion:. idulb: I 15EB.961P3'tONRrAHCEL lOre, to ilhow > hal right r'h""I.nd?, hrreln d.o rlb.,1 .011.ln.i i The land herein deacrlbed contains
3 or 4 -nights a week. Experienced William H. Roundtree 11I/' Weat IO .02'tPflt to. an Iron pin; ID Earn according td plat i NO. 721 Interest or 'lien you, or any mere or I leea .t acre, more or I.....
; : : I thence- JVorth I'll West W.SO: : recorded In Plat Book 8 -have. In
Call 267- Attorney for Plaintiff pagt TV. il IJOIIKOW PIT a9d 10 the above' OWNED lIT : NATHAN BLANK- OWNED UV: HENRY BASH ami
new equipment. 7 Bdllalr Arcade hl1t:; to the point of f'lbe public reconla of Brevmrl nrmmoV PIT Nt). .nr 'iflil shoW caurt1: STEIN and wife ItTTTY V. wife MINNIE HAH*. and., lACKfOU'N.:1
7135 alter 1p.m.\ Poet Office Box 226 within 40 feet South County, Florida; I: sTATION 4040+06 (: u I DM He taken III.ANKRTKINSUBJKCT : : and wife AKLENU
Cocoa Florida, I Ihn. aun-veyllna" of SIBte Voad <(05, fhjctlon ivKNIn'Blfeet Eaat of the We*,I, That Dart 'oft, : uaee tnd.purpoaea eel forth : TO: any of :

FOR RENT $30 MONTH n, "..b. a. 10. 17 (Mon.) 1964. bite, laid aurvey hue being descrih-, Ilnl of Section 28, Townahlp 22 I WIn of NWI4 of 8E 4 Tv ltlotl filed Therein. IIKItNAKI) Il.re'l.IltJUWFIN 1 and OfUIN TO MORTGAGE record
ed na followi: loulh, Sing. 1A East 4 ., P( HWWof tWi of 'mt Hand '.nil. the leal wife OERTIln lJANI). IVIJ,II'n. R Hook 114 paga *4.1
Repair Shop Officeor Begin on the Weet line o'f tieo Containing JO acre, more ?or' ileurOWfs Townehfp 28 Mobth, :: ;: .C lOlb day ot wciv i 1 held by C1TUH..NH.BAN OK

Storage Spaceat NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Steen" 4, Township S3: South Range ':O UTl KOKMAN fAiatrJT I Eau (SlOp 10..n .. Lt. rv X.r'I. PARCEL No. 121 IIJ11T ORLAN&OFARCRL

FX.INTtK; MCTITHIIW., 8& oI-.t.: at a point 1918.8 feet Nor'ihen'iy (...0 known .. Norman Aired. ) 13 In I.clon ) No U4 I, 1342HIOIIT
810 Hopkins Ave. Notice la hereby given that the I, from': the Soutbavetlt corner and wife JEAN AI.RI I Houth, H Eael Clerk of The Circuit Court la That pat : orAl OF WAT
undersigned, pursuant to the PIc0 of aalil. Hectlon 4. said point of beginning 941(0 No. lOLl to plat of Vlorlda-Indlaa and for Ifrevard County, I.ot In the MK> of "
Call or write: J. J. Boxen. I part of.;
; being. on the arc of curve I Lkotl() Celetinany., FlrtrHla.Ilyt. "lon.rOW'b.t
limOs Name Statute, 59 a MIGHT OP WAY 'I II. 22
Miami "lI'sll;: ", concave to the 80iTfheaierly. recorded In Plat '' ; I'llh; Comm.clnl'.t the. Nnrtheaat
220 71 St., Beach 866-0272 tew. Florida 1161. being I or 1 That part ; I Bertie v and I .
8KS09 Florida i anil, having a radIus of 2864.93 of of the Publlo "eord. .. Hal '.' corner SEW of NW. of
Statutes, will : Mubdl"la.Inn
: : register Lot S3 In tha NEVi of flection 13, )! Company '
Pectin 4,
with the Clerk | feel thence, from a tangent bear1 County Florida i Townahlp
of the .
BRKVAKD COUNTY MAPS Circuit I Court I 1 TownshIp '22 South, Katrre J5Eaat. to plat reoor ,111 IS
In and for Ing of North 5554 32" Eaat. run lying within the ; Vint Range 1..1. Ih..e. run Mouth
Brevard County Florida bait I,
20. public
Tieuavllle J. page reaorile '
of Vrutl /tnt/ I II fol".ln 1 4120" : 7M feet,
These maps include intricate detail I' Northeasterly along the arc of sal' 'bnundartei. .. thenceNorth
upon recetpta of the proof of publlcatloa Farm Building. of Hrevard County, Florlilal,
Company gubillvlilon ifl'BIMa" West 4lfO fret
of shore lines lakes Divert of this notice the fleJlllou.n.m".Jr'EVAN8 curve, thru a central angle of 81 I ftaorlTad the 'gouth boundary of (( 'lying within 132: feet West of the : 612,11Snet
to Florida
according plat ) thenoe South 14120" Seat
20-30". a distance of 111(1708( lent 1 tn 27 ; ::::r'
: Township South Range line of Road 406, K
In Plat Hook 1, 29 for the Petitioner o-
rural homes marshy lands, 'IItrI HOMES end under which the underaFtrned, 'Indi 'Beat 246287 feet Iirt'l'"i: : of Brevard 'vV. '' Itnofitetet'a rt"re r : 1 119, 'I feb. S .101.) 1M4. inscribed follow1Hegln I far a I'INT OF BEGINNING.From : .
beacons. section and township, vidual la tenelon of the : Florida: South -- 1 1 aattl Point of
engaged In buelneea at al the Southeast copper ofKectlon B.lllnlni
I lying within 132 feat Vast of the TIO. ;; North
covered 'fetch 304 New. Raven Avenue In the of aiorrow'a Hubdlvlalon. Plat Book thence South 89588(1"( II, Township 22 run ) 1'4'2" .
I lines etc. Area "by City flIaCLITTlJT OF tIll,
Enl line of Section ,
It 22 feet
OT Melbourne. Flo ld., that the 1, Pigs 17 public recorda df Brevard South,. Ktftia-e TownshIp) I.the point of beginning. ; Wl'l/Hllt ''IKn,,,, IN- na ae 86 East, run 10ulh.. ; .llale. '0'5'41" Weat

municipality is shown, also Yifi-;I party Intereated In said business laaa County North of Florida, at a point 12 Seal Containing' 1.8 8 anrei.E..I. 'nior" or leae., NOrth 0'0'10 Weat 2 'f .II \.,K-B ('o\NT', 14 U1 Real 4115 .ne f..1 to the North HIM ("erroneoualy: Ih.nc loutl' 1.4'2"I..I
the Northeast Mouth .1
of d.
followe- corner
) f. I line of 17, of saId .
and 1"1'3"
canals government OWNED TI9Y >{ W.t Towl.blp.n"
roads CHARLOTTE WKI- .cloll lionS 579
page a a
sail I and .
/MARVIN Tt. VANN: Lot the end of tbla aur- Pluth 12UO Ill
a feet Kiel
( NO. idol
reservations, along with inset I MARVIN W. VANN Coy line description, IAN WILLIAM EATON A. EATON.Bt'HJECT and her. huaband,, North ta-53 30" Slut 600 ::: ::: : ROAD. DtPARTMENT : o The Northeast. corner of aalil. fTeo- "Houlh 1'41-JU" Weit") 596.02fact
Jan. 20, 27 .Feb. 8. 10 (Mon 1964. 'rI,. land herein described eo" Ndrfh ) Writ SIC 11 and the ,1 te a point la the e..IO oflbs
) tide
: TO: Inteiraat If of ; an Agency of tbe lon If survey
maps for greater detail. Select( laloi 1418 square feet, more 4111' any Polfft deacrlpllon.Tl penposenl eoteneion We.teriof
of Florida
RICHARD T. ai to 3On I. Mouth atreef. thence North

I the two sections) mailed any, lix ''THE: CIR nr ('If'HT or1 THK: leniOWNED .BTt TERRPROHASK... i' chaie.1RD an unrecorded. Contract I II'u. g aim, more W Ie'lJIll"W'd'.t) ;: COUNTY. a .pol/llrkl/ I' I 1.194>. land acres,herein more deacrtheil or I.... contain HI* 12'..' East all; 53 feet"to the

where for $1.10.COrder from 4llllll\L CIKTIIT IN and wife MARY PROHASKA. A. Trustee point of beginning,
of the Stale otfellllonera 'OWNKD flY MINNIE JCPHON:
t !t.I) HKH .' RI; ( INTY, i TAKE -.NOTICE that a Dealara No. '1.1I.G'T PARCEL NO. 178.1, 173.1BORROW .,. Wluewi : H UUUUU: lying within lofl feet North of the
Star-Advocate. e OF WAY. I HATTII emrvey line ot Stale Road 405, Seo-
CHANtKKt NO. nuo the 'bove-style1 cau..., :; 'the IbtiIloiseru -1 That part .- HAUL ROUTE J FOR PIT and I ) Widow ties: 70I4D, Weat of Hi at'Ion itOOO,

1:1 is tiiaeIEcr1rc0rRT'QT nut ?NOTIC: ire'( silT the acquirIng ..utborllT cC" Lot 48 to tha *Wft>dr. 4cUi>e)'30, I XO.-a LEFT OF : n P. ''flAlci/Jl./ at al U CARL HANOVER IIANOVEI4, ELIZABETHL'IcWlL.l.SR. ARTHl'R -' I and lying wilDs 4O feet Nortb ofaalil
MNTH JLIIet4PI 5'ICC1. INM MARTHA DALTON (hew praoeeolnte. of the fa King; ef Township SI Strain, Manage I VI (PART) \ survey line Keel of fltallon4UfOO
If If de-
.\ I" Poll BRKVAkn: ,01S'I'1', Plaintiff ttM above Beeorlbed land, far the, I East ot Tltuavllle Thai 'of DI.4.nl. alive or aald, aurvey line ami eald
Farm, ; part : Or Hill 01(151 eeeaed sep unknown helra, deVlseee ,
1ltRIIf.. ".. purpom set. 10rlb In the P.llilon ha Landa Compitty : tatIon III located and described
tlltMEKY>. XT4IW JOHN THOMAS ALTON, this cauaevia Ae right dl way ion. according; to plat inPut The SH of Section 94. IF KMINBNT DOMAIN' .. and/or,sk Mare. other H. olalnianisuui. 01asonse., 1 at .
>OTIE OK NV1TIX DefendantTO for a portion of State Road 40S In Book *, page X *eoerda 27 SoulS H.n.86 Kant, I TROCJCtTOJNO I'R'Y \ Iiegue on the West line of Section
RE: Adoption. JOHN: E. RITZE.V. Jr. 1302 ISth Street the Honorable Vu.ar 91. Carlte. lying within M feet SeCt o'f theWest boundarlea. to-wlti: : ( or THE STAT UV never ,PIl.ebrlh (IrwIll.cc : .t. al a point 191. feel Northarly *
and LESLIE MARION: South Hou.lon. Tense 0''". or the Judgee oC the CircuitCourt line'nt flection 3O, 'O.b.p l.Its South bound.ry of from the Aoul".1 Corner otaalil
IUTZE.V: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED: In the Ninth Judicial Circuit South, (age 34 Kant a : 17 Mouth, Range L1 WRO&11 MAY COIf. AT-LAW OF F. W. HANOVICK., Hectlon 4. of beginning
Minor that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce of Florlila. will, oa Tlhruary 3, 1M4. Containing ..4 aura /more 'dr 'I*"* I a rnt 814.20 feet Weal t .IO a and' par. ALSO KNOWN AM FKIGDKK.ICK bring the 'I WILLIAM
TO: JOHN E. RITZEN.: whan ree- baa been filed against you In the at 11:30 A. m, In the Drevard County OWNED PYl FRED D. SKTTL.Eid eorn.r thereof I drhaving ar-y rljHt IIANOVEK, to the Southeaalerly sot
Idenc. of 721 IPe.e. SI. Louie.Mleiourt. above-atyled. cause, and you are required Courthouee at Tltuavllla, Florida. wife IEAm 8ITTLE Nolb 0'0'34" Wait 11 I" estate, mortgage, er UKCEAKUU.8VHJMCT having a radlua. of 2MIM feet:
to serve a copy of your Anawer com.ider' said Declaration of Takln : SIlO No. ID I. 11.2. II.a Ihoo. 18'2'31" West :te or on thoae certain TO': Il.re.t.. If any, 6ft'urtli thence from a tangent b..lI'ln 01
YOU ARE HEREBY NOttTTED or Pleadings to the Bill of appOint appraIoers. end make:: sue\ 'AY the tiolnl ,' ; ld I.r.lnat.r deaorlbeil. ( } n..II', .Ilfbo. O.Hanrver North '3" East, run Northeaat
thai a Petition (or Adoption by Complaint on the PlaIntiffs Alterneya Order ea the Court deema proper. Thai part ot Lot 33 North thence North DM83M" Weat p.rlo., logeihtr Jean ally along are ef aald curve
atep-falher has been filed In. the WALKER PEARSON 311 All part lea to the suit and. all partlea Weat( of present .Il.ao 50 thrnca Mouth ae3I'3i9" unknown peraona claiming Sal, If C..I II anovora ed any thru a central angle of ir2 '"" a
Circuit Court oT the Nfnth Judicial Washington Avenue.. Tltuavtlle. Flor totrreetel ma yappeara nit 'be 1I..d East of a line pulhjl ..e : feel thence Mouth U'34'30" ) -or under known per u nl"lI..n bet,.: Coca II snorer dlitance of 1M7U6 feel lu' end. ot
Circuit, In and for Brevard County ida, and file the original Answer at the time and place dealgnated.You fist V-eat of : line feet, (honor North 'J630" 1 he are oViad ir Who 'are net "", lena H. Kutich- curve, thence Noll ".1102"| East
Florida. by JAMES W. MEANS Sew or Pleading In the Office of 'the ana each' ot you are herebycommanded : : Lot S3, In Section 30, Townahlp 22. ted Veal thence North O;: : = t h'.dead or lou ind huaband Wilbur Kut- 3D417 feet to 210 ) ; thenceoontlnua
603: thence North rOlfl-2au8 ..'hkae. known hairs or f .
adoption of JOHN: E. RITZES: Jr., Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be to appear by filing aaAniwer South), Range 86 East, according to g ; al"IVAItn ArthU 1orll 1'1'1" Last SiXlt7O -
and LESLIE "MARION RITZEN. fore the 6th day of March 194.! to (he Petition heretofore. ill.ad Plat of Tltuavllle Fruit and Farm 240181 feet to the point lOt *))1 Hanover .nt any feet to .. entenelon of
minors, and you, ea natural fatherof If you fall to do ao a Decree Pro In this c.u.e In the entitled Court Landa Company HubdUvlalein recorded Slog; ;. helm ('1,, Ur..I/.r./ Wilma W. the Kaat line of Lot I of Morrow'aSubdivision.
laid above named minor children Confeaao will be taken against oa or before the :26th day of February I In plat Book 2, page 31, pub Containing 21 acres, more Tlae 'Harmon. J.hn, U..II.r. aim Plat Book 1. page 17,
are b.r.by commanded to ... and for the relief demanded. In the you Bill A. D. 1964. to chow what right Ito I recorda of Brevard County. Flor- OWNED ) IItIPt .. Avenue kn..n at Jack UII'.II.r. k.on public ret-i.nli of Brevard.
appear In the abov. named Chart at of Complaint.' title. Intereat or lien you or any of Ida being thai. part of .14 Lot 53 SKI and wi. II lea, York helra, of .:I..b.lb anil rlorlda, at a point W feel 'u.al:1II"
tha CourthouM hi Tltuivtlle. Florida, DONE AND ORDERED at Tlluavllle you hive In and 10 lbeabovs.da.acribed .. lyliig : West oT nfimnt LAN8KIBURJECT : Vo. 1.t, 1JJ 2, 134.1, 134 3 soy unk b..lr.Int.re.t. Niirtheait corner of aald Lot 1
on the 18 day of February 1964. to Florida, this Slat how cauee why laid Petition lied January 1904.CURTIS; the mine ahould not be taken torthe the Eaat: paid Suction SOContaining ed I In O 277, ) Avenue an unrecorded li> pur deacrlptlon.
by .lId J.m. W. M..n. the otdp' R. BARNES aa Clerkof tIle tees 'and purposes set forth I. acre, rrter nr leae, tat favor I'Of80'A ; Plums .New York chaee, The land herein deocrlbeit" contaIns
father of said children should not the said Circuit Court Petition filed herein. OWNED BYt JOHN ri. WAUOIf ABETH and ) Tie. 1311, 1332, 134 1341 PAIICKL. NO. 191RIOIT .2.1 anna, (HI.UI aquare re.l. more
be granted. (Court Seal WITNESS! my :Hand and tha Seal and wife FRANCES K. WAUGH HOlIEST V. HAIiltM V. OF WAY .11' I ...
Herein all got, or the'aln>fjetloniconfeaaed Byi Bertie HallDeputy of Cold Court on this 16 day of 8UBJCCT TO MORTUAVlKreoocded -, PARCEL No. 174.1RIGHT bo t* Church Road Th 1.l 'part : OWNED FY:; fnWARD' NOLANand

or said Petition! shutS be taken. as Clerk January:, A. D. 1964. In O. R. Book !2 OF WAY New il Lot 61 In tha fC'4' of Section II. wife 1 NOIAN
'by you. and. "Decree. PreConfeaao Feb. 3. 10, 17, 24 (Mon) 1964. CURTIS R. BARNES In favor of ROfE 'f'nl!, *That part of tha NE'i' of He. 1721, Town.hip 22 Mouth Range IfBJRCT: TO Mortgage ." .
entered afKlnit you' for tbe. 'Clerk of the Circuit Court MOR"OAOJ Ylordl '"EV, of Section It O, lliussknt.io Keel, of Tlluavllle Fruit 1 O. R. Hook 57>, page IU6 In
relief prayed for. RrevaM County Florida 87. : f..r of South Range 86 Eaal, lying fun 20. Church Read r.rm Lan,). ('ompaDY iiuhiivl.. favor of HKNIIY; IAMS and wife
DONE: AND ORDERED at Tltuavllle 'S THE: COt: TY JtPGE' fliRT Byi Bertie' Hall SIMON DEVTMC the ad foot right of way :: :: ood, New: Jersey I"., oordlnlr> te plet "..4.1 In MINNIE lAMrf JACK
Florida, thU 16 day of January IV ANII rOK IIHttAKII lOl.irk, Deputy Clerk TAKE NOTICE that a Deolaratlon Florida Gee Tran51ni.niue rfd. 1211. IJil plot look 2. pane 29, publc r. OOLD.NKR and wife ARLENE
19<14. tt.tMII.\. SEAL) of Taking baa been flleil In :aa recorded In Official l I Unahawtln ords Uy.rd ", Fiorlyl' OOLDHII
(Court Seal!) la Prebale Xe. COo HER8CHEL W. CARNEY the aboveotyled cauae, by the Pet page 428 of the Public :: ; fnkaowa Ida thai a
CfHTIB R. 1URnS' I IN RE r TB.(ate of County Attorney Iii snern. the acquiring authority of Breverd County. FlorIda. ) NO. Jjl, in.a within 133 feet Wed of the Shoe of Taking Sac been 'D"la.o
Clerk of the Circuit Court HARRIETT M. LICHTENBERQER. P. O. Box 1116Melbourne theae pro..dln.. of the Ukleg of Wait .n4 the 3/0 foot right .. IraluIwsl5 aurvey line of mate Road 405, Bee- the .-. : cauae. by the Pet.Itlqnere .
By l\l'II. HallDeputy. deceaaed.aiOTICB. Florida, and ,the laud. lee Dimepurpoee1 for Inleretate Highway Xfnkaown IRe 701110. said survey line being the acquiring authority
Clerk TO CREDITORS JAMES I RICHARDSON I f, : alt forth III (he Petition Tha Kan i aald strip of r:: I : W "IU i. UI L .iMorlbeil ae followe: ot theae prooeeillnge, of (he taking
Justice, McCarey A, !Traver All credltora of the .estate of Holland Building I rt i in thli 'eaon0 via. Aa right of war.,i 7H8 feet In width aeroae I Iieitn at the Soathoast e01l'11I' ef of the abem'nlaserib.ed lands. fee tlad
5'i HARRIETT M. UCHTENBEKQER Tallahaaire, Florida r lead droinagO enoement for n'or', Van 'and 845 feel hi width \; ,f F Section II, Townahlp 22 Mouth, purpose set forth In the PolitIes In
ByItornoy.. for PetitionerP. deceased are hereby notified and Of Ootinael for the Petitioner (ion of atate Road 408 I Werard'County '' North cad, and b.' Yo, I Kerne U .1. and run North Of this' cauee. via. Ae right of wayanil
O. Box 542 required to flu. any claims or demands Jan. 20, :27, Fen. .3, 10 (Mon> 1164.iff Florida, and the lion- seem, more or less. N.. W.I, r a I. 134,1, 1141 U'&:" East' .In feet to the North rtrtlneee cement for a pore
Cocoa BratS Florida ,- 'which they may have against aaloeatate'la arabic Vaaaar B. Ca.I' ana < Jan. 20. 27, Feb. 3, 10 judge of Brevard County, Florida '' the Ninth Judicial Cirui or rior- PARCEL, NO. unBORIIW Plates, New'York Ike Northeaat corner ot aalil If onurable Vaaaar B. Carlton, one
IX THIS 1KrnT rITH ogc r '''10 the conrtbouae at Tltuavllle, Flor you have real estate Ida, will, on February. a U. at PITA >.. 118.1. 133.2. 14.. 1..2 Section 18 and the end of this auray o the Judg-ea ot the Circuit Court
> 4t1)ICIi. : ( '. : in.tI5 ida. within siC calendar monfha 1:1 A.M. o.loon atBrevard '/ ) PIT NO. .. % lice deacrlptlon. the Moth Judicial of
to Clr.ull .
lICK IIH'\'H" C'OI BTV from the dati "f the tint .ubllc. sell, or if you are pertle. 'bay be heard II the OF KTAT10N 1m 1 ,- Mlialaalppl The land herein described eOII.lo Florida, will, on February lf 4.at .
I.OHII' ,. lion of this notice. Each claim or County Courthouie at Tl- Thai part ef: + J4astov.r Mo 1504 sores, more or leei.WKICI It:30 a.m., or al aoon. thereafteraa
( MtMr.Kt M 0. 17(11MITM ( demand must be In writing and muatoffice for choice real 1 tuevlllt, Florida, conod. Said The J4KW of NE'i of '. () ) HY: C. C. HANOVER the parllea may be heard; In the
-r TO -nmrvn stat. the place or residence and post looking Declaration of '.,cn Ip'praie'ne Township SoulS Itnhiaewn PARCEL No, 1311. 131.2RJOHT Iirevard Caunly I Courlhouae I at Tltuivllle -
AUDREY WILMA HUTCH E8ON. address of the claimant: and aid 'm.. curb freer 1..1. 2 ) H.. 1211 OF WA1 Florida' conal.ter aald Peclarallu .
Plaintiff, must be aworn to by the claimant : estate, use our classi- the Court daena proper. All' : the following Hanover .. TIneS \ of': ,* ot Taking, apootnt appraleera. -
VI.MARVII bin agent or his attorney, or It will to ,the suit aad all parties ist -: bouadarl, to-wlti : lelind Nehranka "A ( :of lend almate la the, and make sack Order aa
: HUTCHE80N. become void according to law. fied columns. may appear and be l.ul.a he North boundary of x, mi Wt 14 Beotlon 4. Townahlp, 22 :the Court deema proper All partleata
Defendant. ''DATED: this Itth day of January, If Towhiblp loulh. Range ? Mouth. Range 85 East, BrevundCooI'ty the suit and all partIes Intereatedmay
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO! J964. t'unII:1 of you, r there. at a point Weal In..owl )Florida said tract ef appear and be heard at the
: HUTCHEKON. De- 8/ Edwin P. Llcb>nberger .t appear by filing nWortheaat 46.81' thereof 0 11 land being more particularly deaerlhed time and place
MAKVIN Executor of the EState of IV! THE: rilKTIT TOt'KT OF Tell: :. Petition, heretofora -,| b 006'30" Eeet I .. fallowa; to.I, : You. and each d..llfn.te, hereby
YOU 'ARE"HEREBY NOTIFI-CD Harriett M. Lichtenberger, "1S1JITII' LllffHI. ICOT.. I INANI filed hi thla cauae hi the en- lou_ South 8t'M30" 1)2114.. > nl.. Itreal Jlrfla at .. Iron which commanded to appear b ar.filing an
deceaaed. r<,IK BHr.VARI: ( DIRTY tilted Court oa 211th'duy ebraaka marks the sectIon Anawer the )
for divorce and custody or betor"he to the point of ', .nl. quate corner lo Pelltloa heretofore,
has that been a filed againlt you In the a- 8/Joha T. Baron Attoraey for 1",0" lintel.. of February, 1t to thenoe North 0U630" West : ) 10. U61 In the bOI..d.1. offforeaald (lied In Ibis cause In the .entitled

hove entitled 1 cause. ; and that you arerequired Executor LAW MO. MaixorrrE chow, what rllfbl title, or to the Northeaat corner of .n".r flection 0In4t or Court on or before the 2 lh> day of
aerve answer orother P. O. Box 1296. Tltuavll. Fla. OF mri.r; IIUI lien you ef bass laand fit No. 12. thence Mouth Strait thence from laid : F.bru.r. A. D. 11X14. te aho>w what
written to defenaee your Crof- 0 rirat Publication on: January 20, STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT or ta the .Co tc'I lands and I Wait sIn feet thence South fita-aO.1311."''. ning South eO'44'40" East .. Interact or lien oranovedeecrtbed
and. Holland upon, !Soft FalmAvenue. 1964. FLORIDA, an Agency of the Mate Plow Cause why the fbould Kaal 10 eat, thence ,Ma, lance of 14710 12 feet lo a ecnert.mnnum.nl ear of you, have In asd cu the
ton, Brewer Tltuevllle, BrevarS County I :Ian. 20. 27, Feb. .. 10 Moa) 1M4.NOTICK of Florida, not "he taken for tI anA 1 ptur- a" 1.. fet, thence o.1I' which marka W Panda en.J t show
I 1
: I .nd peel. let forth la Petition, filed feet corner of lbs fOll'mo Kodrlchbeing cauae why the same should not betaken
before tbe SrI .
day 301 .
Florida on or, BREVARD htretn.AITNK8. I 1.1." N.brssha trail .14 ".,. .
1W4.; and before Immediately TO CRCDITOnnnotified COUNTY a Po'ltle.18ubdlYltlo. W5330Baet too feet to monument for 11 ueee end purpoeea let
of March.thereafter to rile or with tb.CI..k You and each of yaulars, .hereby1, I of tha State of Florida, my Hand "a.d fM'HeIt' of ; 1' 121.1 In the occupied Mouth forth la Petition filed .II.

of the .bo..ty'' d._ 'b.orl.lnol and required to toreaant any retttlonera, of laid Court on tHe 1< day or.1.. aerea, more a.o.. boundary of the 7XW!' of afore- WITNEHaT ray Hand and tin ...1
.. cell
of Hid answer or said clalma I and demandr $ or I 19 4. \ (: f1 v FOR leibnd Hertlon h thenoe .IOllt.ald nr said, Court on Ihla 14 day of
defenaea. l If any. either of you. may have 'alf.m.t Ibeaatala JEAN ALRED et .1.. l'r.cR'" R.: BAS.VTr I j i; I r ; OF ka occupied South ou Januarr. A. D. 1M4.
LEt Me.
written UM
DeTen' of HELEN B. HEARD: de or cl21flT. ) It. RARItY'S'CLERK
do ao. a decree : (
fall to O. Aanover
II pro
) 14761
you f4T1C'p: thence North 1'4t'3o"
ceased. late of fltanlalaua EMINENT DOMAIN IN ft: ; OF THE CIRCUIT
will be entered aatnat County, Tm'lf. l I' &112
confeaio you PKW"kml"G. feet; Ihenee Mouth IS*
for the relief demanded la the Corn- California ntontna from, wtthlo.the date alx of publicationof calendar IN THE .NAME AND BY THE BY VARD) Townahlp The NE'4 nl 1415% of (. lelaad, Nebraika '. a dlatanee of mo feet YARD COUNTY FLORIDA.. .
Jr. South Ha. Um.1 plaint.5 "h.ad'ID Sic notice, else the aame will ha AUTHORITY or TUB STATE OF 2 MEW of BY: BoRic HallDEPUTY
my pticiseat FLORID( tying"North Uaaover Wof aald Mention 4.: thence M.ERKfIIAL
barred. Each
Tttnevllle. Brevwrfl claim or demand must ) and Vlthln M
of office at be la manner and form .. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON'Ciltif. HERSCHEL W. CARNET Jrae .. t k"o"l North 141 JU" Weal along said )
Slat required
Florida atJanuary.
day '
d..cb. Kail:
line of
County. I by law and to all peraone a adpartlee County rolowl aald WE1 of NWH HERflCHEL W -
A. D, 2964.BARNEB. JOHN B. BEARDAncillary claiming or having any P. O Bo Ahr." Sorties IS. Township a''' t.l.noa a dl.tAC. of 106 f..t. more or County Attorney C"RNIT
CURTIS: R rigid title intereSt ..1.'., nortgageer Melbourne, 'Florida, and 36 Ka et 2 .t. I. Soulbeeat eorner of P. O. Boa 1111Melbourne
Circuit CourtCo..rt .nl. > a point
of the Executor the
Clerk other hen to ar on thoae certain JAME8 t R1 Weat frdm the a .:: landa do"rlb.d In Deed Book Florida and
'Crofton. .b"
( Beal) Brewer HollandP. parole, el -landhereinafter deacrlbed Halland. 'ARD80J Nertheaat ) T HIT, page 878; thence alone the JAMES J. IICIOARDSONHolland
By Bertie Hall O. Bos MI lOt Pain A... and the following aeraona. togelher f luldl". Ib..of. ron tbegce Mouth Mouth boundary of aald sands Bulldln
Deputy Clark Tltuavllta. Florida.Jan. I with all 'liakaown Of Counsel Ilrld. .t 12" feet, lb.". .. I.'"r. Moult WIV4U" Weet a dlilaocepf Tvllahaaaee, Florida,
Feb. I, 10. 1. 84 <....) 1964 20, 27, Feb. S. 10 (Mln.. ) 1M4. I p claiming by, through or aereona tinder / 30. 27, r.( 10 Petitioner
s Carolina marks tha MW semen ...... 3... a 27 Feb. s 1O 4M "! 1t.




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Peg. 4-B TttvtvllUtPlorldt) Ster.Ad'veeeto N.y, February J, 1M Volunteers Sough! For Big Hear! Fund Drive In Area !1

The North Brevard Heart As- "Contributing a few hours of and Heart Fund contributors-can Telephone Answering Service

Re aociation has sounded a call for voluntary service or making. a reduce death and disability from

\ q: lme' MyTo Develttpet'+ citizens volunteers to, requesting spend a couple 500 local of generous pay for gift the Is great a small rewards priceto the cannot heart bt solved diseases.by wishful The problem think COSTS( VERY LITTLE !

hours visiting their neighbors on which are certain to stem from ing. The elements essential to a
the Heart Sunday weekend an effective fight against the solution are carefully ,,balanced} I
which Is February 23 to distri- heart and blood vessel diseases programs of research, educationand @lft4tQl -
Tooth RareScientists bute heart'guarding information These diseases afflict more than community service carried
Make Decay I
and to receive Heart Fund con- 10000.000 living Americans. They forward by your Heart Association
she stated. Coco A Cocoa TituivilloArt
tributions. are responsible for over 54 per. Beach rr
Our hope Is that the recruit cent of all deaths in the United If you are requested to serve as 434-70J1 267.5530

are beginning! to foresee free atmosphere and that in rodents searchers are working toward ment effort, as well as the Heart States. a Heart Fund volunteer In observance
at least it Is caused by that day In the distant future it Fund campaign of which it is a "Only collective action-such as of Heart Sunday, please
the possibility of developing aydcctne
which could make tooth bacteria of the streptococcus Is possible to take immediate part, meets with every success, the nationwide fight made possible answer: "Surely. heart is my Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!
: family. steps today to combat the mount said Mrs. Betty Lee chairman. by Ifeart Sunday volunteers cause," Mrs. Lee asks.
decay a thing of the past. They This Is a major advance in understanding ainous decay problem.

are presently getting closer to the the ultimate mech. Ninety-five per cent of Americans .
discovery of what causes dental anism of tooth decay,'but the In. ( have been attacked by

decay, that most common of formation cannot yet be interpreted dental decay or are now afflicted p Gov't Inspected Whole man's chronic diseases In relation to man. Hundreds, with the disease. It has been estimated SAVE 4ibii
It has been discovered, through perhaps thousands, of new stud that Americans have in FRESH PORKHAMS
intensive research that, in cer ies will have to be undertaken the neighborhood of 700 million
Lain forms of animals, tooth de. before scientists will know just untreated cavities-an averageof
cay' is a transmissible disease, what it Is that makes human nearly four each.
that it will not occur in a germS teeth decay. While dental re- The longer a decaying tooth Is

ignored, the worse the condition
becomes. It will not heal itself "
. Vets Must Report Dividend Interest If decay Is allowed to run ramp

ant, extensive treatment will be

Th3 only veterans benefit that abled veterans: receiving vocational required; perhaps teeth will be / 1!
must be considered income on training, grants on homes lost and will need to be replacedwith
tax returns i I. interest earned by bridges or dentures. Regular -
for "wheelchair living, grants INSPECTED
dental care is by far the
life dividends elected '
QI insurance for motor Vehicles for physically ANO PASSED.YDEPAATMENy STOaESs
least expensive "insurance" Op
by veterans! to be left on de an
veterans, and death individual
Admin. can buy.
posit with the Veterans t
istration.As. ; benefits paid to survivors.In Still another important pre ESI4IAE
ventive measure is fluoridationof H
the tax return season gets explaining why insurance the community water supply.

mta swing, the VA is receiving dividend are not considered More than 51 million persons in REG 59* COPELAND ALL MEAT "
run Brous inquiries as to what income, Boshoff pointed out that, the United States, including the
If any, veterans' benefits payments since the death rate among GI President and Mi family, are r
must be reported ai income pohcyhnldcrs continues to be drinking fluoridated water. Many IT'S TIME franks u. 39',
on tax returns, Col. W. H. lower than the rate upon which studies have shown that Individ- TO SAVE ON .
the premiums were originally established uals who drink fluoridated water
Of- '
Veterans Service
Pickle & Pim. Uver Ch.
Olive Bologna
facer| for Brevard County, laid by law, the unneeded from birth have up to 60 per cent
today. portion of the premium pay. less tooth decay, CopelcmdPRODUCTS
the mints Is returned to the policy. The "vaccine" and other discoveries Meat..2 49
Qoshoff explained that only ;
holder. still lie i In the future. p SS)
interest! earned by dividends But measures are now available _
left on deposit with VA, and not than can help Americans to have :SO EXTRA STAMPS with any size REG 59* COPELAND SLICED" A
flie dividends themselves Is to Albert Howes Is better dental health: fluoridation, Tarnow Pizza Rie
be considered income. Many III In EnglandAlbert brushing the teeth Immediatelyafter
eertns, have requested the VA eating early and regular SO EXTRA STAMPS with" G
t0 hold their dividends' to earn E. Howe, visiting his dental treatment and a diet low Pork Brick Sausage .' .
Interest and or, to be used to in sweets. j jQU..NTlTY
sister in Thames England: has
Misure non-lapse of their policies taken RIGHTS RESERVED A e I
.Dixie' .TORr.. Mo.-copr.lexr IOU
ijicnts.Other veterans' r
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Ore tax-free : r:7'l:: : .,Ij:1:]

compensation and lotsC666

ucation subsistence. and i r SOFT

50 Extra Top Value Stamps r I


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Aluma-Kraft Awnings. Inc. LIMIT 2 CARTONS, PLEASE
ORIGINAL Manufactured In Orlando ,
SUPPLIES PRINTS One of Orlando's Molt Complete -
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NON.GLARE' GLASS Down P.yment-Fr. Estimateel
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2413 ON. 5-I... PRO. F..r.R PAN 5105' '
.LANDO AUTOMATIC --- area T..u Fn.YARr .... CAN 19'

LINE OF Johnny Gentile'sPawn AT ANY WINN.DIXIE
9t l
Earth Moving Equipment SAVE 16* DEEP SOUTH (Limit one wih $2.50 order or morel)
Centre! Florida's Oldest and Ex.clviive Adams Construction Shop L

Shop.: Rebuild Automatic, Exchange Trsnsmlsslon Reptlr. i lsi Equipment Salts A Rontals Co. Estab. I Years i Apple Jelly 2 LB. 19
We Buy Sell and Trade AnythingGuns R ;
4,000 Miles or 90 Days Werrsntyl j 1342 W. Church 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
204 N. Orange BI. Trill. Orlando v Orlando 4734474 TV, Cameras, Radial, etc.
GA 5.0656.AUTOS 1122 W. Church Orlando GA 5-<1015 peg WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .
--- -- 0 Chocolate Eclairs
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REHSE Salts A MOTORS Service Asphalt, Vinyl, Plastic Cork Tiles Plastic -Coated Walltex Wallpaper.Murals I.nl.| :tfCJI1UIl fWriMfli 61'Mu wuViW.[.I

TROPICANA A TILE AND 500 Patterns In Stock SAVE 10* EACH WHITEArrow .
24* Boon St. OrUixi FLOOR COVERING Moore Paints
Fr. Decorating Service 1i
Quality Used I Imports W N. Orange Orlarxlo-423 906 N. Onngor.nd042S2527PLATING Bleach v2-G"LGLAS-G"LL'
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Orlando Motors Inc.
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411 N. Orange Blossom Trail Coillum Plallns C'f..e: AT ANY WI N-DIXIE 33SAVE Bleach HALF GAL 29

Dodge Dart GA '5-1681- Dodge Trucks BARNES COVERINGS DRAPERY, INC.A FLOOR Silver Nltkil Copper lira.. 9. } PLASTIC CTN. ;

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"Wo Service What We SeU" FURNITUREHAVERTY'S 7''t : J.. ,...." -"Ii'hL ...... .., '
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SIMPSON MOTORS 54 Store Buying Power 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. r 41A<.t:" Morton FrozenMEAT I Morton Frozen

R Saves You More 6 days) a week.
CHRYSLER I 100 Miles Free Delivery After hours and on Sundaysby POT i FRUITPIES
Low Easy Terms .
Salts appointment enly. .a a
OiM-n Mnn a'rl. Nit.. /HI' 5''MHI
I Parts and Service N. Orenge Orlando CH 1-5371 LAKE BARTON PET SHOP "
Used Cars 5610 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando
140 N. Orange, Orlando,'GA 1-4541 LOANS Phone 277-3033 : e a

Bull's Pawn 'sa--

(. ) Sales A Service -
Loans & Trades Bank Financing to 7 Years
N.w Triiilu I'.. Purl "...vl..e| Open I A. M. to 1 P. M. Florida Made For Florida Living APPLE
SUPERIOR GMC TRUCKS. INC. Route 50 en Way to Orlando' Clean Used Mobile Homes i I CHERRY
fbuiin u&< ..w"*) url.I"i Orlando LARGE a 4
7420 E. Colonial Dr. BEEF
6 $1 .J PEACH $1


Central' Fla's. Loading Dealer for Pecan Shipment- Peach -of Pear Tr..-. d..uip4a PIES SIZE .,
I8>N. Orange Orlando -425440s Persimmon Dogwood '' il '' BUREAUAir -..... -- -.- -
Tremendous Selection of Used Redbud MagnoliaStep r-- == .__ -- ::.._ __ "-I
,Imports 1053 N. Orange, Orlando raw 8U.raMp TI k.I.
In And Talk It Over Tour. Crul.r. World WMeClt y.vr .
11122 E. Celonlal Dr. Orlando 1-KU1; 10 E. tin, Orlancir
AC/TO.TRANSMISSION I.d.-; -- .qtHIjp$ 4. S fl11te

Factory"Don't Repair Rebuilt-Transmission Exchange" For Listing In This Direclory

Motors. All MakesAll Modals :
K. down payment-I Diy Service : ,
Call Slur-Advocate 267 331 :
City'Motor; Exchange

121.* W. Central Orlando, GA 44354

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